35 Burst results for "$25 Million"
The Dan Bongino Show
Lee Smith: The Connection Between the FBI and Oleg Deripaska
"Problem with even that angle Lee is Oleg deripaska also had major league connections to Christopher Steele and a lawyer by the name of Adam waldman They're a posca wanted to be off the sanctions list and this guy waldman was dealing with yes Mark Warner a Democrat powerful senator from Virginia who was on the Senate Intel committee So even the Dara paska angle is knee deep in Democrat potential law problems and yet you heard nothing about that yesterday Well look so there are this guy Charles mcgonagall But you mentioned John Solomon John I mean John is just a terrific awesome report but one of my favorite stories he did was explaining Oleg deripaska's decade and a half on relationship with Robert Mueller and of course Andrew mccabe Remember how the FBI went to their and they asked him to fund an investigation to find bob Levinson in Iran and Dara posca wound up spending $25 million Well here's the thing Everyone knew Levinson was in Iran In an investigative team to go into Iran and find out where Levinson was All you needed was someone to make an intelligence official and find out exactly where he was and how is he doing And what would it take to get him out The way that I see it basically the FBI build this guy build their pasta $25 million Someone should find out exactly where that money is If that really went to an investigation or somehow that was spread around the bureau Because that's where the FBI's love affair with Oleg deripaska So that's one of the things that kills me about this story I want to get this right The FBI is courting deripaska for at least 15 years And now this guy is getting jammed up because he's taking money from Dara poska when he sanctioned And I'm not defending this guy in the gondo I'm just saying this is a very strange story
The Officer Tatum Show
Who Profits From the Fight Against Climate Change?
"Do you really think that the polar ice caps are going to melt in half of the world is going to be underwater by 20, 35? If you asked me to be honest, ain't no way in the world that could be a reality when a bank still alone and money for Martha's Vineyard and all these people buying houses in Miami Beach. House sitting on the water. $25 million house. They still do an insurance loans. On these multi-million dollar houses sitting on the water that if you listen to Al Gore, it should have been on the water by now. If the banks stopped giving loans and properties on beach fronts, then I would say, yeah, okay, global warming may be real. Something may be happening. But until then, miss me with that stuff. And my opinion, people who had a genuine concern who wanted to know is burning fossil fuel into the sky, CO2 emission is that causing conflict or not, genuine question. It went from that to a money grab. And I argued the same thing with the civil rights movement that we talked about yesterday. It went from legitimately wondering our black people being disenfranchised. Are the things that we're doing in our country that are counterproductive and not fair to everybody. They took that genuine concern and they went off a cliff with it.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Why NY Is Determined to Put Steve Bannon Behind Bars
"Steve Bannon has been arrested and is apparently being indicted again. Now, the left is really after this guy. In fact, you could almost call him a sort of a little Trump in that they are desperate to nail Bannon on something. And they have tried, you know, he ignored a subpoena and they tried earlier with federal charges. And the federal charges were that Bannon was part of this, it was called we build the wall project. Then in didn't set it up himself, he had some other guys mostly veterans who were part of this project. They raised some money, apparently $25 million total. And this was actually to do private funding to start building the wall. I don't know a whole lot about the details of this. As far as I know, they didn't build any wall. But federal prosecutors said that ban and was siphoning money from this organization. They accused him of taking up to a $1 million. They claim that he bought some plastic surgery. Some jewelry and a golf cart. Wow. He's under federal indictment for buying a golf cart with this with this money. And that case didn't really go anywhere because as Trump exited the presidency, he pardoned Bannon, Bannon, when one of the guys who got a presidential pardon, I guess he joins the pardon list on which of course I am, also, on that list. And so the state of New York was furious. The state of New York, by the way, dominated by left wingers, the political apparatus, but also the southern district of New York, the SDNY. By the way, this is the same office that prosecuted me on the campaign finance violations. Now, this has become a kind of a judicial arm of the Democratic Party. And if you do any business in New York, you can feel sure if you're on the right side of the aisle that you are now a target. So New York is literally become judicially speaking hostile territory. And I think it's a message that if you're in New York, you're going to be in their sights. And Bannon most certainly is.
AP News Radio
Slain Marine's family revives Alec Baldwin defamation suit
"A defamation lawsuit against Alec Baldwin has been revived the suit was filed by the family of a marine that was killed in Afghanistan Baldwin had contributed money to a fund to support the family but he later called out one of the dead marine sisters for posting that she had attended the January 6 protest of the 2020 presidential election Royce McCollum says when that happened the actor's online followers subjected her and her family to criticism and threats $25 million worth according to the suit the lawsuit was originally filed in Wyoming but was kicked out for jurisdictional reasons It has now been filed in New York where Baldwin resides
CNBC's Fast Money
"$25 million" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"My thinking is, this technician that it's just too steep, uncorrected, almost unnatural. From the absolute love of June, June 16th, apple is up 30 5%. And the angle of the line has become increasingly unnatural. No give backs, no, not even a down two day sequence. And so not only do we have that sort of unnatural line, we are up against a downtrend line. Well, that was a good call. The tech Titan dropping more than 9% since then, so we have to bring Carter worth back. Carter, we're going to ask you to play the game from here, trading or fading apple at this point. Yeah, I'm going to break the rules here. I think you do nothing. So I know that's not helpful. 10% sell off. Really press the short that seems a bit aggressive, but just because it's sold off 10%, buy it, really? Why? Meaning we've had a ten day sell off that's 10.8% and yet it's just in line with the cues. The cues are down that much, 10.8. The Russell is down 9.2. So I think there are these moments that we try to be actionable. We all do try to call the direction. And some moments where, I don't know, it's pretty close to 50 50. I guess if one has profits in this short, I'd clear out and go on the sidelines. But if I were on the sidelines right now, I don't think I'd get on this on board long or short. Leave it alone. Does this mean that the leave it alone option also stands for the broader markets? Well, no, I think the broader markets in general and then you could say there's so much autocorrelation with Apple at 7.3% that the answer is the same variable that if I'm going to say the general market is going lower, then Carter, aren't you saying that the apple's going lower? If I have to be directional, I would rather be underweight or short apple and that's the same for the market. Okay. See, I feel like that's okay of Carter bracelet 'cause the message was clear from him and that was do nothing. I wasn't do this first and then do that. But Jeff mills, where would you stand on apple here at this point? Tim mentioned earlier, I think almost at 25 times forward, it's really never been that expensive in the ten years prior to COVID. And for me, it all comes down to earnings expectations. Again, I mean, even if you don't see a fall in earnings expectations, you're still talking about a 23 times multiple in the out years. And you mentioned some of the guide downs Mel Seagate HP in the hardware. I know it's not exactly the same, but at the same time, iPhone still has over 50% of its revenues tied to Apple has 50% of its revenues tied to iPhone. So I think the weakness in consumer will ultimately permeate into apple's earnings and then that will put pressure on the stock not to mention the fact that the multiple is where it is right now. Carter, I understand that you have another chart that you've brought along for us. CRM? Well, I thought we'd talk about Salesforce. I got three of them, actually. Let's look. Here we go. They're all the same time frame. So it's just different lines, different ways to draw the line. So we know that Salesforce bounced with the market, but the problem is, it's only 1% above its 52 week low. It would take the S&P and 8% drop to get to its 52 week low. The NASDAQ, a 10% drop, we're hovering ominously right at prior lows. Another way to draw the line. Second iteration. You can see it here on your screen. Or third iteration. It's all the same chart, but we are breaking more hovering honestly. So relative strength is poor, price line is embarrassed. Correlation. And I think you're going to take out the lows. Nvidia is in the same boat, Adobe, and that's kind of the problem with the market because the big names in tech, among other things, are not acting well. Guy, if you are a believer that there is some caution amongst corporate America amongst enterprise in terms of spending, then that makes sense. That Salesforce would break. That's been, yeah, and that's been carrying Feynman's theme if I know you know this. I mean, that's how she's sort of been hedging some of her long positions. Vis-à-vis exactly that. And I'm with Carter on this one. I mean, if you recall when he put that Apple call out, I was on the phone doing hedging strategies, which was one of my best gags ever of all time. And he was spot on in his timing. And he seemed to be right on this one by definition, I think, in this environment, high multiple stocks valuations have to come down regardless of what you think of the companies. They're great companies that just too expensive in this environment. Carter, thanks. Good to see you. Carter Braxton worth of worth charting. Coming up, options traders giving Lulu a try on ahead of earnings tomorrow, but could shares need a warmup before heading higher, how markets are playing this name next. Plus shares of micro strategy pulling back late in today's session after accusations of tax fraud against its founder, one of the early poster children of the crypto world, the details when fast money returns. Welcome back to fast money shares of micro strategy sinking today following tax fraud allegations against the company's cofounder and executive chairman Michael saylor. The lawsuit filed today in the District of Columbia, accuse a sailor of evading $25 million in taxes. It also names micro strategy as a defendant, CNBC's amen javers has been following this one today. Amy, what's the latest? Yeah, that's right Melissa it's both the man and the company, the attorney general of the District of Columbia says he is suing billionaire micro strategy CEO Michael saylor for non payment of taxes alleging that billionaire tech executive has lived in the district for more than a decade, but has never paid any D.C. income taxes. He also says he is suing sailor's company, which is located just across the river in suburban Virginia for, quote, conspiring to help him evade taxes. He legally owes on hundreds of millions of dollars he earned, while living in D.C.. The suit alleges that sailor illegally avoided more than $25 million in taxes by pretending to be a resident of other jurisdictions, including Florida and Virginia with lower personal income taxes. Now, the filing states of these sites, these sailors social media posts showing his waterfront building and his yacht on the Potomac as evidence that he actually lives in D.C.. These from 2012 as you see on the screen there, they also cited a whistleblower's complaint that alleges sailor openly bragged to friends and acquaintances about evading D.C. taxes and encouraged others to follow his example. In all they say, sailor avoided paying more than $25 million in income taxes, we've reached out to micro strategy for its comments on this allegation, no response from them yet, no response from sailor yet, back over to umas. Amen, would you know if he has found guilty of tax evasion if that would disqualify him from being an officer at a public company? That's a really interesting legal question. I don't know off the top of my head. Now remember, they moved him out of the CEO role, right? So he has a different role at the company. I don't know if that would play into it, but I need to check the law books before I answered that question definitively Melissa. Okay, amen, thanks, Amy and jabbers for the latest on that. That was definitely a stab in the dark. So I apologize to Damon for that. But I think that would be a concern potentially for investors since he has been sort of the evangelist of the Bitcoin strategy, which really has been a huge part of the micro strategy valuation for so long to him. Without question. And out there and not only unabashed about it, but really aggressive in it. And so certainly a second quarter markdown, I think of $920 million or so on a Bitcoin position that obviously we know what's happened to the price of Bitcoin. I think most people that are playing in the crypto space but specifically around Bitcoin, feel pretty comfortable with some of the volatility in the space. And I think that's very clear what I think micro strategy feels. And in terms of the executive change that went on, I think this was something that I think he moved from the CEO seat to the executive chair seat about a month ago. And market largely expected that. And so look, this is news that I think obviously shareholders are listening to. But right now, I think the issues with the stock are more around just balance sheet and how much leverage to Bitcoin. Yeah, guy. Well, I mean, I can speak intelligently about a lot of things.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Court Won't Hear Appeal of $25 Million Judgment Against Oberlin
"College. My father's Alma mater, my brother's Alma mater. They were yeoman. They are young and my brother is still kicking around probably being yeoman and my dad passed away many years ago, but he was a proud yeoman, and they would not be proud of oberlin. I'm talking to my brother about this yet, oberlin tried to cancel the bakery that my dad and mom went to when they were a young married couple after World War II. My brother went to Gibson's bakery. And Gibson's bakery, I think I went to Gibson's bakery because we'd go to oberlin sometimes just for fun. I wanted to watch my brother play football there. On a Saturday. And it was there from, I think, 1885, and the owner tackled a kid who was if you look it up in Wikipedia, Gibson's bakery versus oberlin college. What are the owners tackled a kid who was shoplifting and they turned it into a racial incident? Alleging racial animus on the part of the bakery and the university, the college threw in with the kids, and basically organized an illegal Porsche's boycott. And picketing of the bakery. And they got hit with an $11 million damage. Lawsuit for tortious interference with business and intentional infliction of mental distress overland did. And $25 million of punies, punitive judgment, are intended to deter the conduct that is exemplified by that at issue in the action. And the I thought torch one year, so I can say things like that pretend to actually know what I'm talking about. My partners would laugh, if they heard me talking about torch. But in any event, the college lost $36 million gone. And the Ohio Supreme Court said, no Mas. We're not taking the appeal. And everyone, oh, how bad they don't try and drive people out of business on trumped up fake claims. Of racism racism is a slander if it's not deserved. It is absolutely slanderous to assert that. And because it's so evil, racism is evil. And so Gibson said, we are not evil. We are a bakery, and we serve everyone and the kid was tackled because he shoplifted and then he hit the guy. It's a mess of a lawsuit, but it's absolutely clear that it wasn't motivated by racial bias. And oberlin will pay the price now. And they've been falling off the floor for so many years.
Fore The People
Joel Dahmen's Stance on LIV
"Did you get a live offer? Not a direct money offer. Was there something on the road there, certainly? Could I have pursued something out? Do I think it was enough for really me to go? I don't think I've ever been enough for me to hang my hat on it and just like, hey, if this thing falls in here, I'm see ya, and I'm probably all the way to my grill in my beer and hanging out in the backyard. I don't think enough of that. But what was that number? What was it? What was it? I gotta know. We gotta know. But what should it have been? Obviously it wasn't enough. It wasn't enough, obviously. If we never even got to negotiations, obviously I have a pretty funny story. So when it was coming out, we got an email for Greg Norman. The generic one that said sign up for this first one and I wrote back is this spam. And he wrote back no, he said, no Joel. And I was like, okay, so then, I kind of left it. Something more, but I basically just asked if it was spam. But I didn't think that they had ever interested, and I think I liken the life I have enough. And I don't know if I totally agree with the law. I mean, I agree zero with any of the human rights issue as Saudi Arabia. And I'm not going to pretend like this huge moral high ground, but I don't think I could lay in bed at night with $25 million being happy with who I was when I was like 50 per se. I'd like to blue collar background. My family worked hard. They gave me everything they had. And I kind of want to see where this one goes. I have an opportunity with the PJ tour to do great things. And you can agree to disagree whatever with all of that and what that looks like, but I'm going to give it a hell of a shot these next ten years I can hang my hat on that, I think.
The Officer Tatum Show
Why Do Businesses Go Woke?
"I can't get off the subject. I'm going to move on from rosita, but I just can't. I can't. I do not understand why. I do not understand why these businesses go so woke. Why can't they just apologize and move on, man? The girl clearly don't want the apology. She clearly wants the money. Y'all see y'all gonna create a grift. I don't know why companies do this. You're gonna create a grift. I'm gonna go down there and say racism. And I'm gonna get $25 million. All I gotta do is go down there, and if one of them characters accidentally miss my kid, I'm gonna record it, I'm gonna cut the recording to 8 seconds, and I'm gonna cry racism and get the best attorney in the country. It's gonna be a grip. Y'all gonna go out of business. What are y'all thinking? Y'all are idiots.
The Officer Tatum Show
Sesame Place Removes All Traces of Character From Park
"Attractions and restaurants attributed to rosita, the rosita character, I have reportedly been closed since the incident. Staff told the daily mail dot com that the Muppet has been canceled following the racial or racism allegations. A family, you know, it's just like kind of like a synopsis, the family, one of the $25 million lawsuit and claimed 25 to 30 more families have come forward. Rosita, a bilingual Sesame Street character, is slowly being erased from a theme park in Philly. Isn't that weird? I mean, just this imagine this, the stupidity of it. I guess I just really want to know who was in the suit. Let's see how stupid this is.
The Officer Tatum Show
Black Family Sues Sesame Place Over Alleged Discrimination
"I told y'all I told y'all I told y'all, this was happening. I told you, I told you. Black family sued sesame place for $25 million. Alleging discrimination. I knew it was all about the money. And for those of you who are not familiar with the situation, it was a viral video online out in Philadelphia where I think it was in Philadelphia. Where a black family, it's just like, it's an 8 second clip. And you know that there's more to it, but you know they cut the clip. An 8 second clip showing shows a character from Sesame Street. Walking down a road only like a parade and there's kids on the side families on either side of the roadway. The camera only shows 8 seconds of the Sesame Street character, shaking their hand at high 5 and people and then they shook his hand. I don't know if it's a he or she or whatever whoever's behind the mask. Shook your hand at one group of people off camera, walked over to little girls so standing up, two black girls, they have their hands stretched out and he kind of shakes the hands at them and continue to walk. Mama only showed 8 seconds of video. I know you know that that lady had to be recorded for at least a minute. Why did she not show the full video? We all know why she didn't show the full video because she full of crap. And she's claiming that Sesame Street or sesame place discriminated against our kids.
AP News Radio
Black family sues Sesame Place, alleging discrimination
"A Baltimore family is suing the owner of sesame place after the family says their 5 year old daughter was snubbed at the amusement park because of the color of her skin The $25 million lawsuit comes after a video shared widely on social media showed two other black girls being waved off by the costume character rosita during a meeting greet parade at the park in langhorne Pennsylvania outside Philadelphia but the video shows the character greeting or high fiving white families before and after the black children sesame plays apologized in a statement in promise more training for its employees I'm Donna water
The Charlie Kirk Show
Steve Moore: The New Democrats Are Too Incompetent to Bribe
"That there is a conventional wisdom. There's not conventional. There is a talking point that once Illinois hits rock bottom, it reverse course, I don't think that's the case anymore. It just seems as if there is just kind of an enjoyment of misery between the Democrats there. As long as they're in charge, they don't care. You know, I've kind of glad for having this conversation because I've lived lived in Chicago during the 60s and 70s. I went to the University of Illinois that since then I've lived in the swamp and watch, but I still have all my family in Chicago. And the whole, one of the big parts of the history of Chicago is Richard Daley. He was a Democrat, he was, you know, there was a lot of hanky panky going in Chicago, but they called Chicago, the city that works. That's a nice way to sweat. You had to pay off to get stuff done. In Chicago worked. And that's the old fashioned Democrat, right? Now, the new Democrats, nothing works. That's right. And the whole thing kind of just, you know, I think that's so insightful. I've said for the longest time, I will take the most corrupt back dealing Democrat in a second over an ideologue. I mean, okay, fine, you're paying off some developers, some contractor, you know, you have some, I guess, some it's just a cost to do in business. Yeah, it's built into it, but you know, it's kind of this old thing back in the, there's a true story. I mean, mayor Daley got John F. Kennedy elected through widespread voter fraud. That's proven. And so mayor Daley senior, not junior. And there's kind of this story where he asked all this money from for Jack Kennedy for federal aid to rebuild Chicago and he asked for something like $25 million to put in a transit system and all this. And he's like, hey, this project is only going to cost us 10 million. We'll be able to divide the 15 amongst all of us. And he said, we can get it done quickly. And actually, you look at today, it would cost adjusted for inflation ten times that. And so the new saying is that the new Democrats are just too incompetent to even bribe. Yeah, exactly. No, I've always said ideological a misguided ideologies far more dangerous than graphic corruption.
"$25 million" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To this paper boy WGN radio I'm Raleigh James bumper numbers a to Z working on the letter T this is an artist and a group both begin with the letter T and who are they 888-876-5593 Toni morisca was in that group Yeah Philadelphia group But not only So who are they 888-876-5593 and again our question we did have one 15 million people around the world can do this it's a good bet that no one I know could do it and in some cases it's required to do it and I just flat out can not believe it Flat out All right so sherry and Naperville what do you think Hi I got stupid guesses That's good By the way your first two questions I remember the very first one Oh Monday versus Saturday Sundays Certainly just walks in here's a question from Morgan and he says harder trick And I go okay that's possible And then he says the next one he goes gotta be a boob job Oh jeez really Oh that's funny And I was just so funny so he had two for two but he has no guess on this one but I do And I figure it's something physical nope Don't figure that Oh please Yep I think it was like the Chinese splits Oh my never do them Yeah well I'm sure And you said you don't even want to or when you started saying it's required in certain circles Circles groups Well that's why I got you to master So I was going to say iron cross but I know 15 million people around the world can not do and I in class we have to lower yourself into that position Versus pop up into it for instance gymnastics And then I thought flood swallowing could circles made me think of a three ring shark So I guess there are none of those How about this joint thing where you can pop it out None of that Physical nothing But they can see this Yeah and I just I just can't believe it Of course I couldn't prove they could do it but I got something really strange then Okay What does that telepathy where you can move objects Oh I like that That's not right either I'm trying to think about 15 million is a lot for being able to do this Yeah I hope it is That's a lot for being able to do that All right well I have no clue on the realm But I do want to wish and you mentioned the happy birthday sons in the which was the last week's question And requires I don't know really ask that bought the rights No well as captain ASCAP didn't buy the rights ASCAP administers them they're the performing rights society But the rights were bought as recently for $25 million in 1988 Wow that is pretty recent for me Well for something that's going to end in 2030 it's definitely a very finite period of time for this It's 42 years that they pay 25 million for I guess they're and remember of course they can't get you for a singing happy birthday privately So it's got to be public performances of this And like a restaurant or whatever And it's a public police That is public If the restaurant sings it that's why they sing those stupid happy songs If they had lots of no I mean I mean personally people like the table will start singing In your family but as Katherine come and get you Well I know But maybe this guy was stoned when he brought him I don't know I think I did Yeah I can't imagine But The Beatles one when I had you played one M 64 in The Beatles birthday That's completely different lyrics and completely different melody so that doesn't count right No that's not count Okay All right so I was going to suggest but then cousin Jimmy would have to talk because I don't even know the name of it how you felt and look it up But there is a very popular Polish happy birthday son that my relatives sing Oh yeah I don't know it but as cousin Jimmy to call you and tell you what it is so when there's a birthday you can play in that get a loyalty fee Anyway I just looked them up There's something called stool lot the Polish birthday song Stolen Maybe that's it All right well and then I thought wait I want to wish Scottie happy birthday And then at first I was really excited and then I realized that he was born in the same year my mother which means she's 80 and I'm 20 years younger than her which means I'm going to be 60 So I'm really really frustrated right now Well that's fine The 60s are very nice Oh really Anyway so I do want to dedicate a fund that to me envelops Scotty's personality from my perspective from listening to him and you talk to the radio Nora And I asked David who does this song and he starts doing he goes It's slower and I go yeah but who doesn't Does it Louie I'm strong I go I don't think so Didn't he just play this set Didn't he just play the fun No I think you sound too But it's a wonderful world That absolutely is Louis Armstrong In fact it was a song that was not that well known until it was in good morning Vietnam but absolutely that was Louis Armstrong David you had three for three Yeah Okay Raleigh I appreciate you when the man strums something my recommended you do before your doctor's appointment All right I will ask him about it I will try anything Let me call it Carbon monoxide detector Because of your attic problem I'm guessing something is wrong that's causing you who sensitive to smell things and make you nauseous Because I get nauseous during some fireworks if it's human outside I'll check anything out Thank you Okay You take care of you Yeah what a wonderful world was Louis Armstrong was released in 1967 as a single It was real big in the UK did nothing here but then when good morning Vietnam came out of course it was all over the place and we lost James sorry James and he was a one or two He knew his records as well We'll have one more bumper stumper coming up but before I get to James and Chicago and some of our guests I wanted to tell you more because it's all forget If I don't do analogous forget about it But I was mentioning this deal about plows music by IBM plan And they actually had an album with it So you know just now I was thinking I got to see if that happens even available And you can get it actually a copy on Amazon for $59 And I'll have to see if I still have mine around But if I don't I may spring for it because here is what happened There's absolutely true story Only a Herald carlstein story No one else could come up with this And that is the music.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
How Do Congressional Representatives' Stocks Perform in Relation to the General Market?
"Let's say you're a congressman or a senator and you're part of a team that is negotiating with pharmaceutical companies about how many vaccines, the government is going to purchase or vaccine pricing and at the same time while you're doing this, you are also investing yourself and benefiting from shifts in the stock price of pharmaceutical companies. I mean, should this even be allowed? Now Nancy Pelosi says yes. She says, and in fact, she is, I can see why she says yes. She's known to be the most successful stock picker on the hill. Not because of her having gone to business school, not because of her wide experience and understanding how the stock market works none of that. It's because and this is true not just of Pelosi, I have to say, but it's true of a lot of people in Congress. They have access to information. Why? Because the government has its tentacles and everything in so many industries from gas to energy to manufacturing and high-tech. And of course, to pharmaceuticals is an interesting report in on a website called unusual whales dot com. Well researched, it goes into all the stock trades that these congressmen centers have been doing over the past year. In fact, throughout essentially the year 2021. And its Republicans and Democrats and we're talking about pretty large numbers. Representative Susan del Ben, the ELB EME, her family, sold $25 million of Microsoft in September and October in the Senate, Bill hagerty sold $5 million of the tech company data dog. Senator John hickenlooper sold millions in tech stocks, Amazon, Apple Google. Now remember the government deals with these entities. That's the point we're trying to get at. And the point is how will these congressmen and senators doing with their stock trades? Here is where things get really interesting. It turns out that in 2021, Congress, pretty cleanly, beat the market. Now it's really hard to meet the market. You've got even professional hedge funds. A lot of them don't beat the market. And so the only way to consistently beat the market is to know something that the ordinary investor in the market doesn't
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Jim Hanson on His Political Expectations for 2022
"On. Let's look at the political system in the last 11 months and what we can predict for the future. We have I consider him there's some real greats in America, a handful, like Victor Davis Hansen, one of the greatest political minds for me is Newt Gingrich. He said the insanity of the Democrat party right now is a function of the fact that they know they know they're going to get totally shellacked next year. And they've got to they've got to stuff it all in the kit bag right now because they won't have control. It is fascinating that the arch strategist, Nancy Pelosi, is refusing to confirm that she's going to run. She's bought a $25 million house in Ron DeSantis state of Florida. Sorry Ron. So are they not going to try and treat? Are they not going to be able to cheat enough? Do you agree with that we take over if we do? What happens with the rhinos give us your expectation given the last ten months what's going to happen next year? It's been heartening for me to see how badly the left is screwed up and the fact that the backlash started right here. In Virginia. You know, our first win was turning Virginia back red and that was massive. Let's unpack that. My argument having had Glen on the show having met him is he didn't win it. He pivoted, he saw the mama bears, he embraced them. It was the mama bears that won it. I mean, I didn't think he was going to win. Honestly, you know, Terry, the bagman for the clintons, I thought he's going to do whatever it takes to win it. Who won in Virginia and why, Jim? We won. And everyone on the right one and I don't care Glenn can mean very little to me personally. Terry McAuliffe losing means massive things to all of us because it showed a we can win elections. There was so much disheartening. They tried. You know, they were trying to say, where's my extra panel trucks? Full of ballots for fairfax. And they never showed up. All right, so we can actually win an election. It gave us a little momentum, throw in the written house verdict and then actually they are very verdict showing that our justice system works. The jury system works and we have that. It takes a little wind out of the sales to the left, and now we're looking forward to 2022 and parents everywhere are rising up. So like you said, the mama bears and the rest who have been going to school board meetings and telling them we don't want our kids turned into socialists are their nationwide
Bloomberg Radio New York
"$25 million" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Table center Chelsea and arsenal over the next two weeks Mundo Deportivo and Spain reports said Real Madrid will patiently wait till the summer chance the window opens in June the bit on PSG superstar killing and bape who will be a free transfer Madrid could put it in a bit during January's window would rather not spend on a transfer fee The 22 year old France international has expressed his desire to relocate to Madrid and has refused to sign a contract extension remain in Paris ESPN reports that free agent pitcher Justin Verlander has agreed to one year $25 million contract with a player option for a second year to remain with the Houston Astros The two time stallion award winner missed most of the last two years after having Tommy John surgery Meanwhile giants first baseman Brandon Belt has accepted the teams $18.4 million qualifying offer Awards we continuing Major League Baseball decided awards being handed out as Robbie ray the Toronto blue Jay says won the American League award won the national league Corbin burns the brewers has won it Finally sources reporting that the jets are going to Joe Flacco at quarterback against the dolphins on Sunday a second overall draft exact Wilson has not yet fully healed from a second degree PCL sprain And in Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business at and at Bloomberg quick take He's a Bloomberg business lash Hi everybody 17 minutes past the hour We update markets every 15 minutes on Bloomberg radio Asian stocks are mixed this morning earlier U.S. shares fell on inflation concerns There's nothing really new It's a similar story higher prices will prompt central banks to act and that will shut down or at least stunt the global recovery from the pandemic and so investors likely sold the S&P 500 down a quarter of 1% At the moment we have the tax in Taiwan trading up about a quarter of a percent The Singapore market the straits times index is down about two tenths of a percent So not really a decisive action We're a little bit lower in Tokyo down about half a percent but higher in Sydney The ASX 200 trading up two tenths of a percent The overnight session in Wall Street was marked by yields falling we had the yield on the ten year down almost 5 basis points to 1.58% and the dollar was weaker It stabilized here in Asia dalian Now one 14 15 so the end picking up a little strength WTI crude down on the prospect of oil from the strategic reserve in both U.S. and China perhaps it brought to market Right now WTI crew down a tenth of a percent 77.76 a barrel And that is a quick check of markets Let's get a news update here is Denise Pellegrini in the Bloomberg newsroom Denise Thank you Brian Singapore prime minister.
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"Islander to score four goals in a game in 7 years Rangers play tonight in Edmonton victory in a while Don't stash that with sports Maybe John stash our thank you 5 37 on Wall Street time for the tri state business report Here's Bloomberg's Ed Corey Susie Welch the widow of former GE chairman and CEO Jack Welch is listing the couple's New York City apartment for $25 million Dow Jones says the duplex is located on the 7th floor of 8 34 Fifth Avenue an upper east side co op built in the 1930s Air-b-n-b declared a ceasefire last year in its feud with New York City over short term rentals But for Martin LaCroix the self proclaimed air-b-n-b queen the bullets are still flying A year after the agreement was reached the mayor's office of special enforcement is suing her for allegedly running in illegal de facto hotel empire NextEra Energy wants to build transmission lines off the New Jersey coast they would carry electricity from wind turbines ashore The company which calls itself the world's biggest generator of wind and solar power filed its proposals with regional grid operator PJM interconnection Tri state business report I'm Ed Cory Thanks Ed 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Let's check in with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world I'm Steve potus get on ten ten wins in New York we're talking about peloton cutting its revenue outlook as fewer of us exercise at home I'm Bloomberg's Karen.
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"In Harvard's Chan school of public health And found 34% of families with children too young for school had serious problems finding child care in the past few months when adults needed to work And perhaps not surprisingly 44% of all households with children under 18 were struggling financially That figure included a majority of both Hispanic and black households with children Anya cabinets NPR news As President Biden's bipartisan infrastructure Bill gets held up over disagreements in his other spending plans traffic on the nation's roadways is up This says people return to the office or road trips following pandemic lows The federal highway administration says they drove some 8% more miles in August versus the year before the nation's collective odometer ticked up by 273 billion miles in August alone The families of the 17 people killed in the Parkland Florida high school shooting have reached a $25 million settlement with the school district and Pierre's Greg Allen reports dozens of others traumatized or injured in the 2018 massacre are also sharing the settlement A lawyer representing 5 of the families confirmed the settlement noting its structure in a way that allows the school district to pay the claims without seeking approval from Florida's legislature The agreement comes more than three and a half years after a gunman walked on the school's campus and shot 34 people killing 17 The agreement settles claims from the families of those killed and all but one of the injured It also makes payments to 19 people who suffered trauma The settlement comes just days after lawyers for the troubled former student Nicholas Cruz told a judge their client would plead guilty to 17 counts of murder Greg Allen and PR news Miami President Biden's nominee to lead U.S. customs and border protection made his case today before a Senate committee Chris Magnus says he would enforce the law at the southern border with a process that is humane illegal crossings have soared there Republicans pressed but Magnus avoided saying whether the Biden administration's policies have encouraged Illegal immigration And you're listening to NPR news Israel is granting residency papers to undocumented Palestinians in the West Bank and peers Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem Israel says it's part of a new government policy to ease the lives of Palestinians Israel's new government says it won't enter peace talks with Palestinians but will lift some restrictions on them The latest step is new documentation for about 4000 Palestinians and the Israeli occupied West Bank These are people mostly of Palestinian origin who came from abroad or from Gaza and have lived in the West Bank for decades Since violence erupted in 2000 Israel has not updated their ID cards or granted them permanent residency papers at all Many risk deportation The legal aid group homo kid says Israel's new documentation gesture is a drop in the bucket leaving tens of thousands more undocumented Palestinians in limbo Daniel Esther and NPR news Jerusalem Facebook will pay millions of dollars to settle claims it discriminated against American workers The Justice Department sued the social media giant saying it illegally reserved hundreds of well paying jobs for foreigners and discouraged U.S. candidates from applying The company will pay a near $5 million fine to the government and up to 9 and a half $1 million to eligible victims Parts of the West Coast are set to get soaked by a series of Pacific storm systems It will provide some relief to drought stricken areas in California Oregon and Washington but with more powerful storms on the way later this week the national weather service says burn scar areas could experience debris flow and flash.
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"Gavin Newsom avoid being recalled. She was campaigning, She barely went to the border. She hasn't waited on anything to do with the Afghan hostage situation. But the she had found time to stump for her old California, uh, buddy, Gavin Newsom. So they have a lot of things in common. I think she'll bring in thousands of votes. For Larry Elder. Well, and I always feel like that can backfire, too. When you have the big guns supposedly come in, Doesn't it make you look more desperate? We know he is losing. We know he is in trouble. But sometimes I feel like that's more of an admission that Biden heading there this weekend as well as his. His approval rating is down to 39%. So I would if I'm governor. Some said thanks, but no, thanks. See what happened. Where? The older yesterday they try to egg him A woman dressed in a gorilla mask, a white woman in a gorilla, mass trying to hit the Larry older with an egg. Yeah, Of course it is. It's cultural appropriation. I guess I don't know. Yeah. First day on this day in 17 76. The second Continental Congress made the term United States official before that time, we were simply known as home of the Whopper didn't no difference in that right now. 60% of Americans think it costs too much money to live a healthy lifestyle. The other 40% plan to go out with a bang. You might as well right. Well, listen to this. The highest bidder yesterday, an auction paid $72,000 for a jar of Elvis Presley's hair. Hmm. A jar of hair 72 grand course it was the Kings. I don't want to keep a juror of the king of all traffic here would go for I don't know. Whatever it is. You should have been there to buy it. 72 cents. Maybe that's all right. I think you could have done it. Get some bull dog cement. Peter been a heck of looking boy. How do we know was Elvis's here while it smell vaguely like bacon? That's all we know. Oh, people are trying to stay away from the movie still with the delta, very and everything, so they fired Nicole Kidman. Great actress, uh, $25 Million ad campaign to try to convince people to come back to AMC theaters. How about that person's going to play an angry mom rushes to people on their cell phones? That happens all the time in the movies was the last time you were at the movies in a while. Wow. Year and a half even before Covid. There just wasn't a lot where it gets so expensive. There just wasn't worth a lot. You know, It's nice. There's something you really want to see. And it's going to go with somebody. Probably the Downton Abbey movement, right? Perhaps it was decent. Gradually headed to $100 bucket of popcorn price. One of these days at that point, people know more. By the way, the big barge that's supposed to come in under the Bay Bridge. I think with the weather this morning probably will not move. Okay, So it's uh, just we're going to shut it down around 10, right? What had to be completely calm and everything else with the storm's going by in a little rain and everything you know, because that thing can't move one way or the other, But I would think why would you do that during the You know the I guess they were gonna do it on Friday weekends because Still, people still go down to the beach. But Right. Um, but I said the key bridge was also involved in that, right? Yeah, it comes up it takes. You know, after they come through the Bay Bridge, it takes a while to get to the key bridge so it would be sometime in the afternoon. So I'm still waiting to see what it looked like. The weather might not be cooperating because there's some wind and keep it right here. Shall be updated throughout it will keep his ice field on the other. He's got a camera just on that barge right.
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"A letter of explanation, I kept saying Okay, So I understand that you're never gonna have to pay out $25 million, But it is a pain in the butt that you have to list all this stuff. You know how much exactly do you get paid for being on the school board, And he said something like like 2100 bucks a year. They said Okay, Well, that is a dedicated public servant. Alright, 85561616 20 is our number over the course of the last several months. When we have talked about the Covid vaccine and the reasons some people have for not getting it one of the first Things. People have said. I'm not going to get it because it's only been authorized for emergency use. It has not yet been approved. And that's been, of course, that that has been the standard. You know, when we roll these out, it got sort of like an emergency use that to get it in people's arms, but it had not been formally approved. And a lot of people were saying, Well, that's it. You know, until the FDA signs off on this, it's an emergency thing. It's experimental. You know, we we don't want to do it. Well. Okay. That changed today with regard at least to the Fiserv shot. Um, today. Um the FDA has issued its full stamp of approval on the Fiserv vaccine. So this clears the way for it's no longer emergency use. It clears the way for companies to market the vaccine, which you cannot do unless it's fully licensed. Um, it has the potential. Now, I think of leading perhaps to more mandates because one of the things I think some employers have been holding off on is the fact that it is it is up. Until today, At least, Pfizer had only been authorized for emergency use. Now now that has changed, so it puts it in sort of a different legal situation. It also allows doctors to prescribe booster shots off label. It's what they call it. To anyone who they think should get one. So it's a big deal. Our number is 85561616 20. That's the economic mortgage talk and text line now, like I say, over the last several months when I have spoken to people asking, Okay, why have you made the decision not to get vaccinated. I would say the number one reason I hear as well. It hasn't been approved. It's only been authorized for emergency use. And candidly. I've always been sort of skeptical of that explanation. I mean to me, It's like, yes, I I understand that That's that's the true situation. But I've always felt that that was kind of an excuse. That maybe people were using. So let's tee this up. Now that the FDA has authorized the five sir vaccine, and my guess is the maternal is going to come pretty soon now that they have issued their full stamp of approval. Is this going to change the dynamic? Is this going to cause people who had been holding off? To now get vaccinated. 85561616 20 we discuss in a moment. Hi. This is Wtmj as Jean Miller. You know, I take seriously my responsibility to update you on what's happening around the world every morning. The most important part of the day. Jean hate to interrupt your monologue, but I think afternoons are pretty important. I mean, we catch you up on the latest breaking stories. I mean, come on, So I guess we're not worried about the rest of the day, huh? What are we chopped liver guys? You all have an important role. Wtmj is here for you Lie.
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"Foreign lawyer Michael Abernathy is a world class come back. He just got sentenced to 2.5 years in jail yesterday, and this was all for his attempts to extort Nike. It's insane. I mean, just to give you a sense of the scale of his extortion scheme. He did he He had a basketball coach, uh he was representing And he claimed that the coach had damaging information about Nike. So in return for not burning Nike to the ground, he demanded $1.5 million to be given to his client 1.5 million for his client. And then 15 to 25 million to be given to Michael Levine, Adi Now, how could you even justify that again? You're representing a client. How could you say that? You are $25 million. He said he wanted it for himself to conduct an audit of Nike. Give me 25 million bucks. I'll audit your company make this go away for you. The U. S Attorney Jeff Berman described Michael Avenue at his behavior, and all of this is quote an old fashioned shakedown. And a vanity yesterday in tears, saying he lost his way I betrayed my values, my friends, my family myself. I betray my profession is crying. I became driven by the things that don't matter in life, he said. He said, I've learned that all the fame, notoriety and money in the world is meaningless TV and Twitter mean nothing. He said. The judge accused him of being completely drunk on power. And said that he was operating as if he was someone the law and the rules don't apply to that. They apply to everybody else, and that's true. Of course he was, but you know I've been thinking about this. It's like, okay. How did he get so drunk on power? Well, it was because of this type of slobbering, disgusting, obsequious coverage that he got from the American news media. He's Donald Trump's worst nightmare. Michael Joining us once again is Michael Aven audience bringing Michael Michael Michael Abernathy. Michael Abenaki. Thank you very much. He's out there. Saving the country. Jon Meacham says he may be the savior of the Republic. You are something of a folk hero now. Michael Aven, Audie an apology I've been saying enough for writing, Michael, I've seen you everywhere. What do you like to say? I was wrong, Brother. You have a lot to say. I am just dying to hear what you think people all like you and the only person right here. Donald Trump fears more than Robert Miller. We think you guys are the tip of the spear. That's going to take down Donald Trump. Michael Abernathy is a beast. Okay, That's true, and he's a beast. He's a busy I handed to her hand in for Michaela Vonette. He has a bigger calling here that being a lawyer is minimal compared to what he's doing. No one has talked tougher. Directly to Donald Trump on TV. Mike 11 80 Wait, What is superlative? No one has ever talked tougher to Donald Trump directly to his face via television. Donald Trump is afraid to mention his name. That's fascinating. Donald Trump is terrified of Michael Lebanon. Now this trump a run for his money than everybody else. Michael amenities existential threat to the Trump presidency. Democrats could learn something for you. You are messing with trump a lot more than they are. He has no doubt created. Sheer had And Donald Trump's very fragile mind. Michael Abenaki. Just what would your ego look like? If the entire it's like every single broadcaster in America was saying things like, you know? You're the greatest thing that's ever happened to anybody. You're just you're just incredible. Every single.
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"It's not uncommon for antibody levels to decrease after someone has been vaccinated against a particular virus. Pfizer and Biontech have shown that a booster given six months after the initial two shots can boost those antibody levels. To a point that should protect against disease caused by either the original strain of the coronavirus or the beta variant. The companies also say they are developing a new version of their vaccine aimed specifically against the Delta variant and plan to start testing that in volunteers later this summer. Joe Palka NPR news. But both the C D. C and the FDA issued statements late Thursday saying people who are fully vaccinated do not need a booster shot at this time. Amid criticism from Democrats and others that the Biden administration hasn't done enough to protect voting rights. President Biden unveiled new efforts at a meeting with civil rights leaders at the White House yesterday. NPR's Windsor Johnston has more White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden remains fully committed to passing federal legislation to protect voting rights. People's right to vote, which is a fundamental right in this country. He agrees with that. He also believes there's a range of levers that can be used from the federal government concurrently and then he's not going to wait either even as federal legislation even as we're determining what the path for it looks like. In the meantime, Vice President Kamala Harris announced that the Democratic Party will invest $25 million in voter registration and education efforts. The Senate last month block legislation that would have expanded voting rights. More than a dozen states have already passed laws that restrict access to the ballot box. Windsor JOHNSTON. NPR NEWS Washington 2021 national scripts spelling. The winner is 14 year olds Avila avant garde from Louisiana. She's the first African American winner. So Ella jumped for joy after correctly spelling the winning word Maria, a genus of Tropical Asia, attic and Australian trees, Mary And you are anyway..
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"You know, I'm from Ohio State We reach you guys have ever Bragging rights are very important and it's realistic. And so when we're when I was out east of the General Foods, and we had those kind of games where you might beat in Ohio's theater in Michigan. I've said some teams. That was a great feeling, and I think that's realistic. It's not somebody didn't well, it doesn't mean the thing it does. And that's what But even today when I When I finished as athletic director, and I went to the first game, I just walked around and tailgate parties and see people and things like this. And the number of people who came up and said Thank you. That's what it meant to them, and it really means a lot because that's really what it's all about. And so somebody say thank you, then. You know, it's like because you were in the same position that they were. And now they feel that they've got the tradition and success and that they are very proud about that, and so is tangible and I think that that's Wisconsin cyst right now because the program has continued to be successful and the resources of television Packages and things like this. The opportunities come by, and and you want to make sure that you're irrelevant. And as we said before, provide that added value, because that's where it's at, because again, they don't need you to survive. And so you don't want to. When we first took over, we had We had a student fee and things like that. You know, you don't have those kinds of things today. Well, you talk about tangible. How about renovated Camp Randall Stadium, a coal center. You know the upgrade to the world class facilities. That you didn't inherit right? Those those were those were, uh, you know, tangible, you know results of of your 14 years while you were there, So it wasn't just you know the program in a better place, But the experience or, you know so many athletes in so many different sports, and so many fans experiencing those sports And I think they do encourage, Cole said it best when he, uh it was kind of ironic because I we were announcing a new basketball coach Dick Bennett, and I didn't want to have it on the day that it probably should have happened, which would have been called on April Fool's Day. The I said, We're not going to announce the football basketball questions. April Fool's. Let's move it up a couple days and we do it. Okay, great. After we announced Dick and had the press conference and then went back to my office got a call from Sandy Wilcox at the foundation, he said. Say Ace on Saturday. We're going to announce $25 Million gift from Senator Herb Kohl. Guess what did is April Fool's Day, So I said we didn't know it's dick better. But we're not the $25 million gift, which most people didn't believe he believe realize the importance of that. And and when he was asked by what why did he do? He could have used it for many, many other things. Because they wanted to, and he felt that strongly about the university. That's where he wanted to invest, and we had a great time. We're looking around the countries with him and the kind of facility and it still to this day. Even though it's over 2020 years old. That it's a great facility. It's and those are the kinds of things that elevated Wisconsin's reputation. Yeah, Chatting with Pat Richter is number. 88 retired at Camp Randall Stadium that he helped renovate during his 14 years as director of athletics. So you're the longest tenured director of athletics at the time. When you step down and Barry took over. Um, what do you think? I mean, you've seen Barry run a football team. What do you think was going to be his ability to run that program? Well, I thought he would run. The program was in pretty good shape. A lot of things that cleared the decks. I mean, we obviously had to deal with cutting of sports to get herself financially viable, and we had a title dying situation that occurred and so Those things have been kind of put to bed. And so the program was was in place and they had good coaches and to find the biggest, they all said to him, I said The best thing you can do for yourself as an athletic director when he first took over his B a damn good football coach because that's really what it is in football is successful, and everything else kind of comes along with it. Then, of course, probably the biggest thing in the big 10 was, Of course, the television revenues I mean, To think that they get like $50 million A year is just incredible. And it's based on the strength of the conference, obviously, and but I remember when we first started out when I'm with very I mean, we had to try to find a million dollars every year in the budget money, New money. Just the same system basically called cause for our role of costs and to remain the same not to do a lot of interesting new things because that's the way the budget works. It's just the role of costs are Things that just improve your process Only if you can add more moneys in philanthropy and development and good support, And and those things happen with the success of the program. So, Pat before we let you go, and you think About Barry Alvarez. And you know his legacy. Uh, you know, coaching, and then in that director of athletics roll What's the thing that stands out to you about? Uh, you know about this now, you know, 30 year plus era, uh, from the day from the day you hired him to, uh, the today he's stepping down this week. I'll tell you what it's uh you kind of puts it in perspective of 30 years. Maybe does that a long time to you, young guys, But I'll tell you what it went pretty dog gone fast at this think that that's happened and where that period of time. And I think like anything else, that we are grateful for the the things that he did, and, uh, and the success that he had because that gave us an opportunity to bring back a world class university to the world class. University with a solid athletic program and and the people are there that after we left carried on that that tradition, and I think it may be even stronger and In a daylight day like today, which is very complicated. It's not easy and you have to be relevant magazine Martin Post birth thing is that Looking back on it and things that we said we provided added value, and that's what he did. And and I think that when we had a strategic planning, we wanted to hope to get to a ball game and do the final four and things like that. We With that in writing that in the year 2000 What would you look back and see would like to have accomplished And now they've been able to build on and be very much more successful as well and have good people in place and be a good program that everybody around the country would love. That's very important because you know that gives you recruiting base and people support and they know that the solid run by solid people who have been able to be successful and to build on the traditions that have been University, Wisconsin's history. Today's replay of Barry Week from ESPN. Wisconsin, is sponsored by the Wisconsin alumni Association and iron Jock. We.
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"We are committed to follow on to do some significant work, including not only how we deal with the distribution and helping getting shots and arms for the rest of the world, but How we're going to deal with putting together mechanism to anticipate and deal with and be aware of the next the next pandemic when it comes along. Was President Biden, speaking on Sunday in Cornwall, England, at the end of the G seven summit. Still with me are Emily Rauhala, staff writer for The Washington Post and tomboy Key director of the global health program at the Council on Foreign Relations. So Tom, let's talk about how it happens. How do we, In fact, get these shots into arms? It's one thing to pledge the doses. It's another thing to make it happen. That's right. So one helpful way to think about this. Is there really three constraints on how quickly vaccination happens both domestically and globally? There are supply constraints. Do you have enough vaccines? There are administration constraints. Can you actually deliver them into arms and their demand? Constraints. Do people want to take them? We've seen them play domestically. We're about to see it globally. So what we've been talking about in terms of donations is addressing that supply constraint. And there, the U. S. Has indicated. I think they will probably be the fastest That these doses will start to roll out in August. Now these are additional to this. Smaller donations. The U. S head indicated would happen in June. So the U. S. Is scheduled to start to donate 25 million doses in June. Now the challenge will be can we actually distribute these in countries that have limited vaccination infrastructure? Keep in mind most of these. I mean, these doses are going to go to adults, so that is not what global vaccination programs are set up to do By and large. We vaccinate Children in global health, not so much adults, so this will be a challenge. And then there's a question in some countries about the vaccine hesitancy issues which are not as Palpable as they are in the U. S. But they are real and particularly with increasing adoption of social media around the world, something that will also have to be addressed to to ensure that we can get the uptake that we need. So, Emily. I'm wondering about the the geography of this. Where will the vaccines go? First, You mentioned India earlier, and obviously Japan, which is itself a G seven. But given the nature of the Olympics there, I'm just wondering where on the map, we're going to see this start happening. Well, that's a great question. It's a question that I don't necessarily have an answer to yet because the messaging that we saw coming out of the G seven was not very particular. On that point. The debate seems to be among the rich countries is How do we distribute this? Do we go through Kovacs, which promises every participating country a shit an equal share, regardless of need. So a country like, say, Canada up that is relatively wealthy and does have access to vaccines is also participating in Kovacs, for instance. Or do we somehow earmark? These doses for the countries in the greatest need, and there's a pretty robust debate. I think within the G seven countries also within the public health world. I know this is something that Tom has written about about what is the most effective and what is the most ethical way to decide? Who gets what when, and that is not clear to me at this point. So, Tom, That's exactly where I wanted to go next. Obviously, the president there was saying that part of this is to put together a mechanism to anticipate and deal with the next pandemic in your point that we've had success globally in vaccination, but of Children..
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"Get attacks, According to a readout. Biden quote conveyed to the prime minister that he expected a significant de escalation today on the path to a cease fire. Right, and his administration have been focusing on behind the scenes diplomacy rather than public statements and demands as they've navigated the Middle Eastern crisis. Scott JETRO NPR NEWS The White House top Republican leaders are seeking to ramble move to form an independent commission to investigate the deadly January 6th insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. GOP leaders aligning themselves with former President Trump, who's blasted the move ahead of the plan. House vote, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell today said will oppose legislation to create the panel, and House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy has said the same Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, meanwhile, accusing Republicans of quote caving to the former president who encouraged his supporters to head to the hill that Daito overturn is defeat by Democrat Joe Biden. President buying delivered the keynote address at the U. S. Coast Guard graduation in New London, Connecticut today. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. This is Biden's first commencement address for Military service Academy is commander in chief President Biden praised the cadets for what they're already doing to protect global trade and in responding to the corona virus pandemic and to natural disasters. He also praised the divers makeup of the graduating class. I've never been more optimistic about our future, you understand in your bones that are diversity is one of the enduring advantages inherent strengths to America by did noted that more than one third of the graduating cadets are women Fighting last month nominated Coast Guard Vice Admiral Linda Fagan to the role of vice commandant making her the first woman to achieve 1/4 star in the service. Windsor Johnston. NPR news known for its extreme volatility, Bitcoin and other crypto currencies have been experiencing that in a major way in recent days. Stocks were broadly lower today, but big coin plunged by double digit percentage points, then rallied by a similar amount. Decision by testing to stop accepting Bitcoin is down payment for cars with concerns about tighter regulation of digital currencies, helping fuel to sell off. Down with the session down. 164 points. The NASDAQ closed down three points today. This is NPR from W Baby News in Atlanta. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Burress her time now, 504. Georgia won't get redistricting data from the U. S census until the summer. Despite that, advocates across the state have already planned a serious of events to make sure residents know about the political process. Roxy and Scott has more. Several events are happening this week. One is a redistricting one, a one town hall with state senators. Another is a virtual game night. Redistricting is the process whereby state and local governments draw voting districts that will be put in place for the next 10 years. That includes state legislative district as well a city councils, county commissions and school boards. Georgia will get population data to start the process. By mid August, State lawmakers will hold a special session after to begin drawing maps. Roxanne Scott WB news Google is launching a search of its own in Atlanta. It's looking for hundreds of workers to fuel its local expansion. The Atlanta Business Chronicles Crystal Edmondson reports Google has about 250 job openings in Metro Atlanta. Many are in engineering and have high paying salaries. About a third of Google's customers nationwide live in the Southeast. So it's boosting its tech work force to meet demand. Google has some 700 local workers, mostly in midtown, The tech giant will occupy the bulk of a new office building on West Peachtree Street. It's invested $25 million in Georgia this year. Google is hiring in Atlanta as part of a $7 billion growth plan by 2025. The company says it will have expanded in key.
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"Of rainfall worm or through that time stay tuned to continuing weather coverage. Right here on news radio 1200 W. My eye on one person has died after being struck by a vehicle during a confrontation. San Antonio police say the man was killed this morning at an apartment complex on data point. Dr. That's on the northwest side. It's believed in argument preceded the victim being hit at the driver has been taken in for questioning. Fiesta San Antonio will be a full capacity next month at the commission announced the new rules yesterday, citing talks with Metro Health and the mayor's office. Assistant city manager, Dr calling Bridger says they gave the go ahead for full capacity. Because Fiesta is mostly outdoors. There are plans for a new Alamo museum coming to the Woolworth and Crockett buildings at the next step will be about creating the story and making sure it's correct. That process will begin. Actually, today, we're starting to formulate our committee toe work on story and Barry County commissioners today you're voting on a $25 million commitment to the museum, and the announcement comes just weeks after the Alamo released renderings of a new exhibit hall and collections building House interactive exhibits sending entire Alamo and Phil Collins collections. It's expected to open in the summer of 2022. The border with Mexico will remain closed to non essential trade and travel for another month. Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar says it's frustrating and unfair to visa holders who just one of his a family. We're allowing thousands of people into the U. S undocumented. That's not a health issue. The Mexican government has asked the White House to keep the van in place through June. Those ports were closed during the pandemic to prevent the spread of Cove it AH comedic actor Charles Grodin has died. The age of 86 Senate, confirming his passing from bone marrow cancer at his home in Connecticut and groan was a popular guest on the Tonight Show, starring Johnny Carson. And late Night with David Letterman. Was an accomplished actor became popular for his movie roles and catch 22 of Heartbreak Kid and having Can wait with Warren Beatty and 1978 and Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200 w O a I on I Her radio..
Zimbabwe to Start Selling Hunting Rights to Shoot Endangered Elephants
"An income shortfall because of lack of tourism. Zimbabwe is going to start selling rights to shoot hundreds of endangered elephants. The African forest elephants is on the critically endangered species list while the savanna elephants is classified as endangered. Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management authorities said they're facing a $25 million shortfall due in part to a lack of sport hunting because of the pandemic. According to CNN, the center for Natural Resource Governance, eighth and Bob Way, environmental and human rights advocacy group called the decision quote. Appalling. I'm Jim Forbes.
CBS SUNDAY MORNING
$25 Million Worth of Giant Clam Shells Seized in Philippines
"Busted in the Philippines. Philippine Coast Guard reports over 200 Tons of fossilized giant clam shells were seized Friday and Pollo on province for suspected poachers are under arrest. The giant clam or talk Lobo was it's known in the Philippines is considered an endangered species. There. The giant clam can reach as many as four ft across and weigh up to £400. The poaching suspects under arrest could get up to eight years behind bars and, oh, tens of thousands of dollars in fines if found guilty. My people, right
Radio From Hell
Guy Fieri Helps Raise $25 Million for Restaurant Workers in Need
"Now he is Restaurant Employees Relief fund. Fund has raised almost $25 million to help out restaurant workers who may be struggling because of Corona virus. More than 43,000 workers were approved for $500 grants to the relief fund. Many saying that they would use the grants for living expenses. Vieri told CBS You know so many people work in the restaurant industry and multiple jobs. Second job. Single moms, single parents, students, retirees and the restaurant industry is Massively important to our communities when I saw this coming, I said We've got to do something to get some money to these folks. And so he's been doing all kinds of fundraisers and putting in some of his own money to Make sure that we can all get back to flavor town. You know,
Coast to Coast AM
Inter Miami Announces New DRV PNK Stadium Name
"For the home of Inter Miami Major League soccer team. The franchise announced a partnership with AutoNation. For Lauderdale Stadium will now be called the D R V P NK Stadium after all donations, Dr Pink Cancer Awareness Initiative the initiative has already raised over $25 million in the fight against cancer. Inter Miami plays their home opener on Sunday, and it's already sold out with
WTOP 24 Hour News
Rep. Matt Gaetz Denies Relationship With 17-Year-Old
"News didn't take Matt gauge long to burst out of the gate to deny a New York Times report that Florida Republican congressman is being investigated for having sex with an underaged girl. Gates appeared on Fox is Tucker Carlson Show. It is a horrible allegation, and it is a lie. New York Times is running a story that I have traveled with a 17 year old woman, and that is verifiably false. People can look at my travel records and see that that is not the case. Yates claims that he's being blackmailed by a former justice official who demanded $25 million to buy his
"$25 million" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is not Ryan. Yeah. And Ryan Ah has a channel you too. I think it's YouTube Channel where he just plays with toys. My little cousins watch him. So Christmas Morning and Nelson, my grandson said. Ryan has this It's like I'm picking his friend Ryan or Y in in his case. No, it's this kid and he's made like $25 million, speaking of 25 boys and playing with them quiet, quiet, quiet as this one. Speaking of 25 million, you know who sold $25 million worth of Pepsi in one year? Jersey. Joanie what regular today's his birth. Happy birthday, Johnny. Happy birthday, Brother John is 6 66 is a 66. Yes, he is. How do you know that? Y in what? My aunt told me. Happy birthday. Sorry. What do you say, Guys? Are we ready to speed round? Let's let's go knock it out. 239 93 93. This is working. Well, all right. Phil joins us on the program. I fill my guys. You have a comment. The furnace filters. I have a 16 Inch square opening, so it's very small. And I used the real cheap filter like you with the blue material on it. The question is, if I use a more much more efficient, like a 3 A.m. doesn't cut down on the dust and the last other one is I'm concerned about overheating the boar motor in the furnace area because it's cool by the flow of the air. So what a more restrictive Filter be too much. The answer is no. Yes. And yes, Thanks for the call. You know those who do yes, more restrictive will starve out the blower motor if it doesn't get enough air flow. However, the more efficient one is gonna get rid of rid of your dust, which is what you're really trying to do, because I will keep your oil filter just change the filter more often. Way do every six weeks. Then you're good man. Or you you could get the better filter. Yes, The wife's listening. Good man. I was just going to say you're a good man. You're doing exactly what you're told. Yeah, That's right. All right. Thanks, Phil. All right. Appreciate it up. Next. We have Kathy joining us on program My Cathy. Hello, Kathy. I hope she's okay. Here. The delay, So we get three more seconds here. Cathy. Are you guys doing this today? I'm going back to work. I got studies. I wonder if he heard my name wrong. No, Maybe it is. What's your name? Hattie. Oh, well, I'm sorry. Yeah, he does. Yeah. What's up? I was just wondering who would you guys recommend putting a shower in? We were there's a bathtub and I want to take the best about put a shower in Unbelievably be window does that George Faber has the division that does that? And I would recommend the window. Yeah, I would, too. They do shower makeover. So even they do all kinds of a whole array of different ones. So, so good to be window dot com and check it out. So it would be great. Thank you very much, And they don't put a big window in your bathroom. So your neighbors gonna watch? It's just the best. Hi, Keith. Today. I just want to give you a little quick kid bit about furnace filters. I had 427 rental properties. I don't work anymore. Don't need to the statement is I'm a PhD with home repairs. The thing is, but you can go. The chief told a bonus on the English side before you put the cheap one in This makes him just about is that efficiency is that in addition and the high efficiency furnace filters just do a light spray with WD 40 over the inlet side as a filter and that catches the majority of all your destiny. Everything just that little. Little world, Cody and that'll take. How did you learn that? That's genius. How did you do? That's what I'm saying is saving. People are listening to me. They're so save them a lot of money. There you go. Thank you, Keith. Well, I appreciate it, you know, for years and never sold much of it, but some we always had a camera filter coat. Really? I've never heard of filter note until he just said, But that is genius because, but a better filter. I think would I appreciate if you have if you have 427 rental properties You do not want to put in heimer filters e I wonder what that I wonder what the cove it has done to him. You know where people don't have to pay rent and stuff. That'd be really tough on that business. Yeah, it would be really ugly. No. The problem is with those where you don't pay rent and the expert the government officials air are very You know, we'll tell you. But you still owe it right. The chances of landlords collecting collecting that money when it's when when a renter has let their payment go there $1000 payment. Go for 12 months and now you're going to try to get $12,000. Ain't gonna happen. That's that was not a smart thing, probably of the Are officials. Okay? You know that there's a big does not equal sign with anything on government On one side. It does not equal smart on the other side. Never has. Never Will. They create most of the problems so they can solve them for us? Yes, and we're going right back to that. Yeah, You know, President Biden is luckily is having OSHA. Right covert rules for businesses. Oh, my gosh. Hey, Let's talk about something fun next week next week, let's all get a vaccine. We know we're going to Alison 239 93 93 9th caller gets a vaccine. You don't get it. Do not do that. Don't do that Reminds kidding. We're going to be talking about house plants next week. Alison seems sort of arranged this so it be educational. Yes. Oh, houseplants are huge right now. We all over house plants, But maybe we don't know as much as we can. So we'll be out of Dallas until we have a couple of our experts that will join us for a good chunk of the showman. In fact, I think they're gonna host.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"$25 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A more partisan process. Republican Senator Rob Portman, just $25 million is very bold of me, and now they want to do another 25. That'd be great. But let's put the 1st 25 1st budget resolution could start as early as next week without bipartisan support. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's willing to move ahead by using the budget reconciliation process to pass from the new administration's covert 19 priorities. As the liquid Terra. ABC NEWS Washington officials in a number of Cape Cod towns say the state's rollout of covert vaccines has made a challenging to get residents vaccinated and failed. This town manager Julian Suso says the vaccine supply is low in the state is giving little notice and how much will be available and when for what he says is now a confusing process over and sandwich officials say the town could not commit to covert vaccine clinics for its more than 2000 residents over the age of 75. Fire chief John Burke says the state supply isn't nearly enough. The amount of vaccines and we've been told by the state we're going to receive per week is 100. At that rate, he says It would take years to vaccinate the entire town, talking a year and a half two years at that drip rate of vaccines to vaccinate that subset population. Those problems stretch across the Cape. As Barnstable County says. In addition to a low vaccine supply, their help line is still being flooded by senior citizens confused and had a book an appointment. Him done WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, other promising development for one of the cove in 19 vaccine Still in development, it's Johnson and Johnson, claiming that their single shot vaccine is 66% effective at preventing the disease. 85% effective against preventing severe illness, although other vaccines from five year in modern herbal for port about a 95% success rate against disease. Dr Dan Bruce, one of the vaccines, developers tells ABC. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine has its pros, though, including convenient transportation and storage requirements, which could reach regions without equipment needed for Fizer and modernize facts. He has been developed as a single shot vaccine that does not require sub zero freezing. So we feel that those parameters will facilitate the rapid and extensive roll out of this vaccine both in our country and abroad. The company will Request emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration as early as next month. Frustration growing from million's trying to sign up online for a covert vaccine on Lee Divine that they can't in Bethesda, Maryland. Larry Fall, thought he was getting his covert vaccine today, but we had an appointment confirmed and we were told that only one a was going to be used today, and we were turned around and said, do not come back today because you're not going to get a shot. Larry spent hours on a Maryland site finding and getting his appointment only to discover a glitch confirmed him when it shouldn't like millions, he's starting again. From scratch. And you feel the ABC News Washington? Well, it seems like everyone is getting kind of worked up about getting their hands on a vaccine. WBC's Karen Regal spoke with an expert in anxiety. It's a very hard thing to hand over all your control and we don't have control right now. We have no control on making the vaccine when will get it and who's going to give it to us? All of this is a wonderful recipe for anxiety soup. Dr. Todd Marconi from Boston University suggests breaking down this huge problem Cove it death economic issues when the kids get back to school. Into small, manageable steps, remembering what you can control. Well, now I can live my life and go back to trying to deal with this pandemic. Manage things, the best that I can given the circumstances. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and now many health experts are saying it's time to double mask, especially with several Corona virus variants circulating, But not all doctors agree with that. KCNC televisions. Jeff Todd spoke to one expert in Denver. Double masking has come because Mass don't fit. I'm sure you've tried different ones, and some of them just you know, you just feel like Oh, this is terrible Doctor May Chu has been studying personal protective equipment for years. When you double mast, you actually create more resistance and you don't want to. Use it because you can't breathe. So you have to find that comfort. But the main thing is to wear something that's comfortable that fits where you reduce the leakage. She's seen political leaders and others start doubling up in recent weeks. It says the science shows one good mask works. The center for Disease Control is currently studying the effectiveness of double masks. They have not yet released data to support whether it's better. And using a single mask. Everyone wants.
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"$25 million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"It is business after all, Um he's just making a ridiculous amount of money on the cap this year. What is it 47 against the cap? I think 47. Big Bend's 41 41.25. Okay, well, that's not gonna happen, and our Rudy spoke about this, and obviously there's there's gotta be a new financial direction. Here's Here's Mr Rooney. Then you and I could start get into a conversation. He sat down with Coach Tomlin and Kevin and Ben wants to come back. We've left that door open. You know, we've been, I think upfront with van and letting him know that we couldn't have him back under the current contract. And so I think he understands We have some work to do there, so we'll have more Congress patients internally. We'll have more conversations with Ben and Finalize some of those decisions. You see, this is what smart organizations do. It's not sloppy. There's not like mixed messaging. They're working in sync. They're obviously in tandem on this, which is a great thing. Respect to Big Ben for No understanding that he's probably got to adjust things. If he wants to have a good team next year, if if he didn't have a contract, Not that this will necessarily reflect what his adjusted salary will be in 2021, but the Steelers, But let's say he was a free agent, and he said, I want to play like rivers. Did you know Rivers got $25 million to go and play for the cult's What would his value be on an open market? This year's a little different is it's saturated. Maybe that would impact. But what do you think it would probably be about the same s. So here's the thing When you look at his deal, and I'm just looking at it now. The reason that his number is so inflated because I was like, how in the world is it $41 million? Because last year it was, it was very manageable. Really, for the last few years has been manageable. 23 points seven last year, 26.2 the year before that this year. Balloons 2021 that is this upcoming season. 2 41 Point to, as I just mentioned bt the reason Is that there's a roster bonus because this at the time of signing this deal when they gave him this extension, the first extension on then they added two years on it back in 2019. It was they didn't expect him it, you know, 39 years old to still probably be playing right. And so they put on this roster bonus, which is payable the third day of the league year. So That would be March 20th right of 2021 15 million comes due to him in roster bonus. Other than that he's making four million in base salary and the pope. The pro rated Of part of his signing bonus is 22 million. That's not new money, so he's really only making $4 million. And then he had the 15 because of the roster bonus. That's what cripples you On on top of the prorated portion of his signing bonus. So can they restructure this really easily and it's not a big deal s O to your point. What's the number? Probably 25 to 30 million for one year deal, But I would say right around what's pro rated. What's What's his base salary? $26 million to get it done? Just like it was a Philip Rivers last year in Indianapolis. Let me ask you a question. Why can't This stuff be easy. The third day after the start of the counter year, he's got a roster bonus for $22 million, but his base salaries for but there's pro rated part. That's funny, but if they give me extension, why is it so convoluted? It is. So does it need to be this way? It doesn't. Here's what you making, but they but it's because it's a salary cap league, bt the NBA's a salary cap a leak. Yeah, but there's a fella like this. It's a soft salary. It's not like this. Well, that they're the NBA is better. Disagree. Look, if the business look at the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are a extraordinarily successful organization can eat a $15 million more over the cap or whatever, penalized get penalized. However, how are you going to do it? You pay luxury tags that goes to you know revenues to get dispersed to the rest of the leg. If the Steelers want to do that. Hang on to big band for another year. Like his last year, his twilight year of his career. Why they should be able to do that? Absolutely. Instead. What they're gonna have to do is extend him. Um and like Drew Brees. Yes and ADM. Or money to the deal right and make it Yes, It's very convoluted. It shouldn't be. But it really is. Because they want the playing field to be perfectly even right. It's why, you know it's why. You know when the Corona virus hit when 111 team had a little bit of an outbreak, all of all the facilities had to close across the across the National Football League. Just that just is what it is, and they ultimately changed. That s O. They became team by team, but they wanted to be a level playing field. But it ignores the realities of success. Right? A team like the stealers. They've been so successful and they made so much money. They should be able to You know, eat some of their cap and or pay it out in a penalty. You know what I mean? But they can't know they can't. But here's the even if you're not even if you're not successful, But you want somebody that you cherish. Maybe somebody that you drafted. Maybe somebody's in year 13. And you know they're not quite what they were, You know, 67 years ago, but, yeah, There's a little bit of a connection. Maybe not big Ben Roethlisberger type, But there's a connection to the fan base. And, you know you want to ease into transitioning this player into retirement. You keep me around you. You don't get crushed financially like you look at the MBA. Right? And I know And I could go toe a million websites and I could say OK, so Steph Curry's making $43 million this year 45 next year that is deals up. Clay re upped. Obviously 35 37 40 and 43 sequence I could look at Wiggins Wiggins on the books for 29.5 31 33, then four years, three years from now he's off the books like if you Want to begin constructing You know, trade parameters or a vision. And now that that might not be the best examples. Not gonna trade Steph Curry. But like the Wizards. I know what Bradley bills making. I know what what? What? What Westbrook's make him. I knew what Harding was making with the Houston Rockets. Therefore, we know what he's making with the net. So if you want to make a trade, you can at least have an intelligent conversation. I gotta be honest with America. When it comes to this. I'm throwing darts at the time with God. I'm not gonna lie to anybody. It's rough to look at. It is ridiculous. Yeah, I agree. Yes, Stupid. But big Ben wants to play again. And you'd be stupid if you're the Steelers and saying Yeah. Been. We want you But this 41, mate, we gotta cut you Sorry, because we can't afford to have you on the books for the third day into the league year. Exactly what I mean. Yeah, right. So the third date to the league year. Forget about week one about March March. 20th can't do it then untenable. Gotta go. So look what's gonna happen? He's gonna restructure them. It'll push out. Give him more money and Whatever they converted, and you know, it'll work itself out, but it is very complicated when it doesn't need to be. But it doesn't always work itself out for some of the other teams. Maybe not with the primary figure like Ben and you want the cutting guys? Because, you know, the only reason this is working. The only reason it's gonna work out is because it's been if this was any other player. If this was this was Pouncey their center. It wouldn't work out. They just say sorry, Dude, we gotta cut you. That's true, right? That's true. That's true, ma'am. Our boy will think we spent a lot of time on the shore Watson over half the league calling about him, and that's not a surprise and a lot of suitors, obviously for Stafford as well, who's on the open market, so we think we know what Watson will command. What would Stafford command and you know, it kind of seems like we're doing the same dance every couple days here. But who are the teams? That really should make the move for Stafford, the ones that are obvious? And then maybe a couple of reaches that that could make sense if they.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"$25 million" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And podcasts, all in one Welcome back. 700 wlw NFL playoffs begin at the bottom of the hour. As for us partly cloudy with a high of 35 Today clear lows 22 Tonight Partly cloudy high 40 tomorrow. We're 30 right now, and it looks like through next week. The best day will be Thursday. Partly cloudy 46 again, 30 Right now looking for a high of 35. This is interesting. I saw this on pro football talk dot com. Earlier this morning. There are six starting quarterbacks, six starting quarterbacks in the playoffs, who may be playing Their final games. With their teams. Starting with the Colts, Philip Rivers. I mean, he's on a one year $25 million deal one year There's talk that the Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz may be heading to Indianapolis, Alex Smith. Another guy that is literally coming back to play on. Very short time after surgery. Alex Smith is due to earn over $18 million next season, but none of it's guaranteed that in temple you have Tom Brady. Tom Brady's on a two year deal, but it's his call whether or not he comes back for 2021. Meanwhile, up in Chicago, you have Mitchell for Boesky. He's a free agent march and he plays well against the Saints. And if the Bears lose, the bear's gonna have to.