35 Burst results for "$5"

Kevin McCullough: President Trump Wanted America to Thrive

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | Last week

Kevin McCullough: President Trump Wanted America to Thrive

"I would like to ask everyone listening to just kind of wipe the slate clean of everything else that's making noise right now. And just think of these two things. President Trump in a throwback almost a type of administration. And wipe his tweets away, wipe his personality away. Just look at this policies. He said, I want to make America the preeminent power. I want to make sure that America has enough sustainability that they're not dependent upon other countries. I want to make sure that we are able to defend ourselves and not be engaged in long entanglements that tie us up and keep us from being able to defend ourselves. Everything he did, he did from this perspective of how does it impact the country that I'm the steward of right now? I have to be responsible for what happens on my watch. I want it to thrive. I want it to be the best. I want it to be the safest. I want it to be the reason why people want to come here from other places, but I want them to come here, lawfully and with a certain degree of order. That's kind of on one side, and that's I think the majority of Americans. Majority of Americans look at America. And whatever you think about social policies or tax policies, other things, you at the end of the day, you want that vision to be true. You want America to be safe, you want it to be prosperous, you want it to be something that you enjoy living in experiencing. The other team, the group that's in there now. Coming to power under questionable circumstances, doing things immediately out of the gate without a consensus and then pushing that with the thinnest margins that anyone's had in legislative recent history. You know, just a 5 seat swing in the house, just a one seat swing in the Senate gives the other side the bodies back. And with those very tiny margins, they didn't worry about compromise or trying to work together or trying to come up with plans that all of Americans would benefit from. They came in with an ironclad agenda that said we are going to push this stuff as hard and as fast as we can. No matter what, and out of that process, we see that everything's being changed. Education is being changed. What they're trying to teach our kids and indoctrinate them in terms of how to think about race. Our local elections, they want to codify all these open voting practices that kind of gave them power to begin with. And that's just the start of it. Our military isn't focused on fighting and winning wars anymore. They're focused on pronouns, and who gets to sleep in what bear and why you have in terms of the economy and abject mess. And it's a mess of our own making because we instituted these policies that we didn't need to institute. And it's all too super, super serve this limited, but very vocal, a group of people that want to see a progressive America come about. That is not a vision that the average American has for America. The average American doesn't want most of that. They want this other stuff that the Trump team brought

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Democrats Passed the Phony $5T 'Build Back Better' Bill

Mark Levin

01:04 min | Last week

Democrats Passed the Phony $5T 'Build Back Better' Bill

"So folks the Democrats passed this phony build back better act build back better it's tear down forever act They say it's 1.75 trillion The CBO says it's hundreds of billions in debt Other outside organizations that don't have their hands tied the CBO is only free to do certain kinds of analysis Like the Wharton school says it's actually closer to $5 trillion The vote was two 20 to two 13 One Democrat in a swing district in Maine voted against it But that's it Every other Democrat like God heimer God Heinrich Schmidt In Bergen county New Jersey All these frauds and Virginia New Jersey all across the country Oh I'm a moderate California Every damn one of them voted for this

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Pfizer, U.S. ink $5.29B deal for possible COVID-19 treatment

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pfizer, U.S. ink $5.29B deal for possible COVID-19 treatment

"While Fizer waits for federal regulators to approve its experimental cope with nineteen treatment hill it's ready to sell millions of courses to the government files arrest the FDA this week to authorize the potential treatment which has been shown to significantly cut hospitalizations and deaths among infected people if regulators approve the pale the governments agreed to buy ten million treatment courses for about five hundred twenty nine dollars each it already had a deal to pay roughly seven hundred dollars each for courses of Merck's competing pill which the FDA is now reviewing Sager made Ghani Washington

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$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?

"Why are senators and congressmen that represent red states? That have massive oil and natural gas production, going along with the following. The infrastructure package will spend $7.5 billion for electrical vehicle charging stations, with which the administration says is critical to accelerating the use of electrical vehicles and to curb climate change. It would also be available for a $5 billion of purchase for electric school buses and hybrids, reducing reliance on school buses that run on diesel fuel. So, for the representatives from states like Pennsylvania, like Brian Fitzpatrick, or from West Virginia, like David McKinley, or from North Dakota, why is there a support of an agenda that will destroy the oil and natural gas production from the Marcellus shale? To the Balkan, isn't that a major job producer in your state? Modernizing the electric grid. By the way, this makes Pete Buttigieg, one of the most powerful people in Washington, D.C.. You are giving him a $1.2 trillion as the head of the Department of Transportation to allocate towards his green energy cronies as he sees it as he sees fit. Of $1.2 trillion of additional spending on top of the trillions of dollars we spend every single year on top of the stimulus packages we've passed in the last 12 months. Is that what we went and elected Republicans to go do?

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What Kind of America Do You Want to Live In?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | Last month

What Kind of America Do You Want to Live In?

"On. Our country has fallen apart. It is an arguable our country's fallen apart. We got shipping containers. Hey, at least Biden got a boat parade, okay? He's got shipping containers off the coast of California, finally got a boat parade. It's terrific. Inflation is setting and the border is wide open my goodness. What do I even start? We're borrowing $5 trillion a year. We got all sorts of problems, right? The cost of heating your home in Chicago is going to nearly double over the winter, south as airlines as a complete mess. It's like a third world country now trying to get on an airplane. Not if you notice that recently. And yeah, we got serious problems. But I encourage all of you to take a step back and say, what kind of country do I want to live in? What kind of America do I want to participate in? And that script has not yet been written. And that's the optimistic point for everyone here in this audience. It is on us. Our generation. And I want all of a sudden, I want to live through an American revival and resurgence. I want to make the naysayers wrong. I want to prove the ruling class to be mistaken by thinking that the cake is baked that there will be an equal and opposite reaction of decent patriotic American people and young people. So, you know what? I'm not going to put up with this. That I want to love my country again. I don't want to organize people based on the color of their skin. I don't want to segregate people. I want to live in a country that respects natural rights. I believe in the natural law and the natural law giver. And I believe church is essential. I want a country with borders. I want to people that go to D.C. that are not completely and totally corrupt, which would be great. And that's the type of country I want to live in. And guess what, we can still make

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Daniel Craig Is Appointed An Honorary Commander By The Royal Navy

Top 5 Comics Podcast

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Daniel Craig Is Appointed An Honorary Commander By The Royal Navy

"Daniel craig the actor who plays gene who has played Fifteen years now of the same rank in the royal british navy as his onstream double seven counterpart commander really the royal navy gave him an official rank in the royal british navy. I was kind of cool. Yeah no really. I don't know how anyone saying. Have them right. I mean i'll give honorary but still that's

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Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

CNN 5 Things

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

"Officials. Say at least six people were killed today when a gunman opened fire at a university in russia. Eight hundred miles east of moscow. The russian state investigation committee says twenty eight victims have sought medical help with some hospitalized for injuries of varying degrees. Perm state university said on its telegram channel. A suspect entered the campus and began shooting and some students and teachers locked themselves into classrooms. During the attack local media video footage shows others in the campus buildings throwing their belongings out of first story windows before jumping down and running to safety. Russian officials say a suspect identified as a male student was arrested and wounded after resisting law enforcement officers. It's unclear if he was a student at perm state university.

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Immigration Plan Blocked From Democrats' $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill

CNN 5 Things

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Immigration Plan Blocked From Democrats' $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill

"It appears a legal. Pathway immigration will not be part of the massive three and a half trillion dollar economic bill sabbath parliamentarian the official advisor the senate's rules and procedures ruled against including it in the bill. Senate democrats made their case to include a path to legalize millions of immigrants in the massive economic bill arguing their plan to give roughly eight million immigrants and opportunity. To apply for green cards would have a major economic impact but that argument failed to convince the senate parliamentarian to allow them to include it. In a complicated budget process that would have allowed democrats to pass the bill with only a simple majority and avoid the sixty vote

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A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:39 min | 2 months ago

A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

"Protocols coming out in regenerative medicine that that kind of restore and re-grow articulate cartilage which that that layer of connective tissue that covers the end of our bones and allows joints to maneuver in in the past. You know we'd have to get that type of thing resurfaced or get a knee joint replacement which lot times a young person like me. Who's young been pushing. My body really hard for the past twenty years. The idea of getting a joint replacement is not that that Exciting of a prospect especially considering those those joint replacements don't don't last for real long time. This article got into everything from like brand new experimental drugs like one called spree. Fairmont which stimulates cartilage cells. These little carla shells called contra sites to grow it gets into another injectable. Drug called the laura civil servant and that inhibits the proteins that caused like carlucci generation than develop the development of of arthritis. And then it also gets into these really cool procedures like Like an inter office procedure. Where you'd actually take bone marrow out of a patient's say hip and then what you do is you would go in with a with a needle like digital ultrasound. Guided imaging and drill little holes in the in the surface where you see cartilage generation kind of like in the same way you would fertilize lawn and then you just fill all those little holes with the bone marrow and the bone marrow stimulates the new cartilage to grow in a similar ways. You would get if you were literally just like repair. All the cartilage almost like a surgical glue like a surgical cartilage glue

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Biden Threatens New Ethiopia Sanctions as Tigray War Widens

CNN 5 Things

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Biden Threatens New Ethiopia Sanctions as Tigray War Widens

"Today. President joe biden signed an executive order authorizing broad sanctions against ethiopian and allied forces involved in the ongoing conflict in ethiopia. The new order does not immediately impose sanctions but it says it will if the parties don't start to negotiate a ceasefire and allow for humanitarian access. The white house is looking to see action in weeks not months. The situation in tigray has become dire. Cnn has uncovered evidence of mass detention sexual violence and horrific killings hundreds of thousands face famine and humanitarian access has been largely cut off. Cnn's nema l. bagger who has reported expensively on the abuses has more on the situation for months now we have been investigating atrocities committed by ethiopian and allied forces into gray. It's clear to us this marks. A new chapter in the ethnic cleansing of the region escapees eye witnesses from the if you open. Border town of hamadeh described to us a renewed campaign of mass incarcerations and executions the numbers. That that's telling us are extraordinary. We're talking about possibly over ten thousand people detained just for being today and they say.

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Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

Filmspotting

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Jessica Chastain Is Riveting in 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye'

"Mother. This is jim baker. My husband jessica chastain there as tammy faye bakker in the eyes of tammy faye which opens nationwide this weekend. Andrew garfield co stars as jim baker. Tammy's husband who people of a certain age like us josh. Remember as one of the most prominent televangelists of nineteen eighty and nineteen eighty. Nine baker was sentenced to forty five years in prison for fraud. This movie is directed by michael showalter. Who made the very good two. Seventeen rom com. The big sick. The eyes of tammy faye came up a couple of weeks ago. During our fall movie preview. You have seen the movie and as i alluded to. We lived through the eighties. The bakers were inescapable in popular culture. At seem does the movie convinced that there is more there was more to jim. Tammy faye than we remember or what we saw in parodies from the time i mean it had to for me because my only point of reference was jan hooks portraying. Tammy faye bakker. On saturday night. Live visiting the church lady. I think phil hartmann was was jim baker. Actually so i didn't really know much beyond that of the story. I mean would have been a little kid at that time. And so yeah this was interesting to get some of the background info a lot of it drawn from the two thousand or two thousand two documentary of the same name. The eyes of tammy faye haven't seen that one. But from what. I understand both at end this i can attest to very much rehabilitation projects. You know to to say that there was more and of course there was more to to this woman than what we saw on saturday night. Live or in news. Reports jessica chastain as tammy faye is going to make you believe that no matter what. She is the powerhouse force in this film. The reason why i liked it. I think overall as a movie. It's it's a little strange. It's both really obvious like hitting its themes and points very underlying them like she on like her makeup his underlying. You know

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Milwaukee Bucks Make Historic Hire of Lisa Byington as TV Play-by-Play Announcer

5 Things

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Milwaukee Bucks Make Historic Hire of Lisa Byington as TV Play-by-Play Announcer

"And the milwaukee bucks have hired the first full time female play by play announcer for a major men's professional sports team lisa buying tin previously made history as the first woman for cbs and turner sports to do play by play for the men's college basketball

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California Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias

CNN 5 Things

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

California Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias

"In a pair of wildfires. In california's sierra nevada mountains are threatening some of the largest trees on earth. The trees known as giant sequoias grow in sequoia national park within the rugged mountains. Firefighters are aggressively attacking the fires to help suppress them. The trees which can reach heights of three hundred feet have already been hit hard by fires. In recent years the national park service says somewhere between seventy five hundred and just over ten thousand mature giant sequoias were destroyed in the last year alone.

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Are The Changes Princess Cruises Made Any Good?

Essential Cruise Tips

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Are The Changes Princess Cruises Made Any Good?

"Princess cruises has made so many changes to the way they do things but are they all for the good and more importantly will they satisfy people like me and perhaps you who've cruised on princess and actually like the way they were doing things so have they actually make things better or perhaps a little bit worse so i decided to put the five things that they've changed to the test by booking myself on a series of princess cruises to put those to the tests. I'm here one of those right now. I'm on regal princess and join me as you see how some of those changes actually have changed the way that i think about princess cruises by the way if you knew my name is gary benbridge. My goal is to make it easy and fun to discover plant and enjoy unforgettable cruise vacations. The first change is one that a lot of diehard princess fans are probably disappointed about which is the focus on only bigger ships in their fleet really so during the pandemic got rid of four ships. The much loved pacific princess star. Princess see princess and sun princess and then i'll focusing on bigger ships like the Insist that a mom. Which is three thousand five hundred fifty passengers. Will the new ships like the sky. Princess in china process discovery process which is three thousand six hundred sixty passengers. So that's a little bit on the sad side. The focus on bigger ships however for me. Personally i'm actually quite happy about that trend because it means that these ships. They're all pretty much familiar footprint. They are very similar because it's world class ship and they have the things that i realized then stripped out any of the big popular facilities and venues. That certainly are like as they've gone through this whole change so they still have the magnificent glitzy kind of gold ancient which is the real heart of the ship. And it's real throbbing center probably more so than many other cruise lines. you've got the international cafe. You've got bars you've got shops. You've got the photography center. Quick access into the casino and it really is a great throbbing kind of heart of the ship and during cruises. I've found that a really exciting place to

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Rose McGowan Accused Gov. Newsom's Wife of Trying to Silence Her About Harvey Weinstein

5 Things

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Rose McGowan Accused Gov. Newsom's Wife of Trying to Silence Her About Harvey Weinstein

"Recall election day in california. Voters are deciding whether democratic governor gavin newsom should be recalled and if so who should replace him conservative talk show host. Larry elder remains the favorite in the opponents field but recent polling shows that new some will probably remain in office. The election grew out of frustrations with newsome's pandemic orders that closed schools and businesses. For months and elders camp has recently been trying to distract from on field politics. He was joined by activist and former actress. Rose mcgowan on sunday. She was one of the earliest women to accuse. Producer harvey weinstein of sexual misconduct. And she now says that newsome's wife jennifer siebel. Newsom tried to convince her in twenty seventeen not to go public with allegations zoos about me projects and nationalize when she says invoice shoulder to make you happy so i sent my other contact and on behalf of attorney voice who's harvey weinstein's lawyer and call rose mcgowan and said what can we do to make you all way. What can we do to make this. Happy all to be talking between now and the end of my campaign. Newsom is denying that calling them part of a politically driven hit piece. So i guess. They are doing a last-minute minute classic piece a she's a big promoter of larry elder. Apparently rose is identifying with him over us and is been making some pretty outrageous and absolutely Foundation this accusations against my wife and that just shows you how low Things go in campaigns these days.

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Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain

CNN 5 Things

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas, Now a Tropical Storm, Hits Texas Coast With Heavy Rain

"Nicholas has been downgraded to a tropical storm after making landfall along the texas coast with winds of seventy miles per hour. People living along the coast import aransas to port. O'connor face a life threatening storm surge of up to five feet. According to the national hurricane center nicholas is also expected to bring six to twelve inches of rain as it sweeps northeast along the gulf. Coast

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California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

California Recall Election Down to Final Hours of Campaigning

"It's the final stretch of the california recall election and the data may governor gavin. Newsom breathe a little easier. Latest polls show his position strengthening over the last week with his lead more than tripling in the past month today. President joe biden is expected to join some for the final day of campaigning. Cnn's latasha chan has more on. How voting will work spell. It has just two questions. The first question asked voters whether they want to recall governor newsom if the majority of people say no that he stays in office if the majority says yes. Then the second question kicks in that question asked voters who should replace newsom if he is recalled enlists forty six candidates to choose from the person with the most votes on question two becomes

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Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'

"Let's talk about charlie sheen and denise richards. He tend to forget that they were together because like so much happening in the world but they have a daughter and her name sammy. She's seventeen years old and just like we see many of times. These teenage celebrity kids have a platform. It's called tick taha hood where where they now have this platform and there followed. Because not only do they have their friends and they can have a viral video in ten seconds but they're related to celebrities like charlie sheen and denise richards there her mom and dad and she says that she was in an abusive trapped in an abusive household little over a year ago been deleted. But you know once it's put on the internet it's there forever. We don't know who sammy was living with. Some of my sources are saying. It was on the denise side and sammy rancher charlie but we all know charlie's paths so we're left to just be like you know ooh She says now finally moved out of the hell. House had a spiritual awakening own two cats happy single full of self love and dropped out of high. Sam i agree with everything. Maybe except for the last part but You know she said she says and she looks much happier than than previous posts before. So it'll be interesting over the next few years actually with all these children who are younger like ten twelve and as soon as they get talk. They don't realize the magnitude that a post even though they've lived the life they have this platform. Now where the simplest thing where you think. You're you're telling mom and dad you know you're just writing them out or just trying to be goofy. It could go viral

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"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Once again time for bait bucket try and hit the post on his free. Fishing friday liner. How many seconds do i have ever. I'm not gonna tell you that. I'm just going to tell you it's when i come around by green day you know. That's dum dum dum. Dum dum dum right for you. Tell me when to start going.

"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Sorry got very angry. Text from the great big giant head. Just playing sweet. You're going to have to play tom. Petty seventeen times in a row to make up for that. Stop the really long and depressing ones. Working my apologies to big head. Twenty one five. Kgb the dnc. Radio show was coming up next year old school training. A lengthy playoff decided golf championship and the padres went undefeated yesterday. Nice let's get right after the chainsaw onto a sports now here on the show walking.

"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Has to you guys better get going 'cause sarah's running away with this thing. 'cause black crocodile rock performed by elton john. I love the way he enunciated. So don't you don't like you don't like how he enunciates john he got it. Well done chris boring to get double the points because you got it on the first try cook. I am the walrus. The beatles kings talked. Everyone's right now. We're scared to nothing. More free bird performed by leonard. Skinner got it. yes he did. Let's make this one ten pointer..

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"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"$5" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Mean you have to be able to forgive that. I don't think he didn't mean to. It wasn't a crime. Whatever but if you're playing by the strictest rules of the game then you have to say that he did break his sobriety. I mean for by the strict roles orlando disagrees with chris. Boy i go ahead orlando yeah. No he's absolutely did not break. It's friday. I'm twenty one years clean and ken twelve years ago. I went and had a drink somewhere. And i definitely wires. Somebody put out centers today. I mean when twenty one putting method drink. Somebody picked something. It'd be up all night. I knew right away. And i went to the bartender and i raised al about it. Couldn't grieve anything but If you me. Noggin cleaning twenty one year. That's why i never heard of people putting method drink before. Holy cow minded. I'd lose my mind if that happened to me. So you're you've been off the math for twenty one years Twenty one years with is a struggle. Ary okay no not at all in fact you know what i get time before i got up for other things and i never really had problems leaning up tempted once in a while back i know some methods and some coke heads who they all.

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"$5" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

12:31 min | 4 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Your unvaccinated friend. No i should say his you can talk about your unvaccinated friend. You can talk about. Who knows the booster shots. Anything you want you know what you can do. you can not talk about this pandemic. i bet you can't wait to not talk with this pandemic or maybe that's just me anyway. Our podcast is sponsored by better health and our listeners. Get ten percent off their first month of online therapy. Better health dot com slash explain. That's ten percent off your first month at better help. Dot com slash explained better h. e. l. p. dot com slash explained support for the show comes from business wars specifically business. Wars birth of vegas. Have you heard of that one. Every year. tens of millions of visitors flock to las vegas unhappily empty their wallets into the city's economy but unlike the other things that happened there it turns out that money that's spent in vegas doesn't always stay in vegas. Throughout the twentieth century untold sums have been laundered through the las vegas strip while casino. Owning billionaires exerted untold influence on american business and politics. And you'll hear much more about it on business wars birth of vegas from wondering the show explores how vegas went from a sleepy desert town to a financial powerhouse with a dark side. You can find business wars per vegas on amazon music apple podcasts or you can listen one week early and ad free by joining one re plus in the wondering at morale's this from having friends just and we were talking about your investigation into how the tech billionaire peter thiel has used a roth. Ira to avoid taxes on billions of dollars worth of investments. And it sounds like he didn't do anything strictly illegal. We talked to a bunch of tax lawyers and ask them precisely that question and what they told us is. There's several rules that you can't break and one of them is that when you're using one of these. Ira accounts to make an investment. You can't pay less than the real value for that. Investment and the concept is pretty simple. Like if you only have two thousand dollars to play with you can't just take that two thousand dollars and buy something that's actually worth. Let's say fifty thousand dollars and put that into your roth if you do that. You're basically blowing up the contribution cap that congress imposed right. We don't have all the information here but one thing that we found that is potentially relevant. Is that pay pal later. Disclosed in some filings that the founders shares that peter thiel bought in the company for a tenth of a penny each were actually sold at below low fair value. That's the phrase they use in the in the sec filings and we showed that to some lawyers who specialize in this kind of thing and they said basically a big red flag and you can't buy shares with an ira for below fair value. It could be a sort of illegal way of getting around the two thousand dollar contribution cap now again. We don't have the full university of information here. We basically laid out laid out what we knew. And we asked peter thiel spokesman about this in detail and they didn't respond to our questions who decides whether you know a tenth of a cent is fair value or not whether that was just allied to sneak an investment into a roth ira so the company itself at that stage which parenthetically peter thiel was ceo and chairman of so it wasn't like he was unrelated party But but the company itself is setting the sale value at that point diller. Question is well. Well who's actually supposed to be enforcing these rules and the answer is the irs But are reporting found that the irs for years has been doing exceedingly little to enforce rules On these ira accounts and you know we spoke to lawyers in this industry who said that the irs has just been kind of missing an action in this whole area. And there's you know there's reasons for that that also have to do with congress cutting. The budget of the agency and that sort of thing is deteriorating. After eight years of government budget cuts. The lack of funding reportedly left the agency understaffed and operating with outdated equipment. It's very hard to know from the outside whether the irs looked at this and if they did look at it what the outcome is because these things are private but that's sort of still an open question and that implies that a lot of people might be doing this kind of thing. Yeah well what we found. Also would congressional. Investigators have found previously. Is that peter. Thiel is certainly not alone. In using this strategy of buying private companies stock with no generally agreed upon market value with one of these tax advantaged. Ira accounts people may remember Sort of ancient history at this point but a decade ago. When mitt romney was running for president as the republican nominee. It came out that he had an ira Worth in the tens of millions and at the time people were quite shocked by that to go from four hundred fifty thousand dollars and turn it into a hundred and two million dollars. As romney. Claims he did is an increase of two hundred and twenty seven times. The question is how did this happen. Not mitt sating so mid right and it came out. The wall street journal looked into it and this was to some extent speculation but the wall street journal had good reporting suggesting that it was sort of a similar situation to -til that that mitt romney in his days in private equity basically mitt romney's other private equity guys had been buying very low priced shares. That that did not have a public market value with their ira accounts. And that's sort of the key with your ira. You wanna get in assets that are worth very very very little. She can kind of sneak in under the contribution cap. And then if all goes right the the value explodes in short order and suddenly you have all these special money to play with. So what what are. We left to assume that that a lot of wealthy people are sort of manipulating the system. The same way. Peter thiel was or is well. You know it's hard to get a sense of numbers but the records that we have show that there are A considerable number of ultra wealthy people including billionaires that have tens of millions in some cases hundreds of millions in these ira accounts. I mean actually even warren buffett of berkshire hathaway one of the richest people on the planet has a roth. Ira that was worth. I believe over twenty million As of a few years ago which obviously looks pretty small compared to peter thiel but is still quite considerable and way beyond anything that congress ever expected when when they created these. There's other sort of paths to getting a very large roth account. There's this sort of telea path and then there's some other paths but certainly wealthy people and ultra. Wealthy people have seized on these special tax free accounts. And it's for these people. These accounts really don't have anything to do with retirement like warren buffett's going to be fine in his retirement if you ever if you ever retires the reason he has over twenty million dollars in a roth account presumably is that. It's nice to have a special account where you don't have to pay income taxes because warren buffett can't afford to pay income taxes right. I mean if he has called for higher tax rates in in certain respects we did go to him to ask about his roth account for the story in and they didn't respond to our questions. But actually there's another guy at berkshire hathaway named ted weschler. He's Somewhat less of a household name. But he's quite well known in the business world and he has a roth account. That's worth over two hundred and fifty million as of a few years ago and he actually gave us a lengthy statement that we published in which he said like look although i have been an enormous beneficiary of the ira mechanism. I personally do not feel the tax shield afforded me by my. Ira is necessarily good tax policy to this end. I'm openly supportive of modifying the benefit to retirement accounts once they exceed a certain threshold. So i'm taking advantage of this system because it benefits my bottom line but yeah they should change the system. Yeah pretty much i mean. That's that's what he said Which you know we thought was quite interesting candidate. It's familiar argument. I think. I heard the former president make it a couple of times of the nation. Have you want to change the laws. You've been there a long time. Change the laws. But i take advantage of the laws of the nation because i'm running a company. My obligation right now is to do well for myself. My family my employees if the government knows that. There's this loophole that can help the ultra rich. Avoid paying taxes to the government. Why is the government letting that slide. Yeah well i mean the history of retirement tax policy is somewhat complicated. But there's actually some people now in congress most prominently ron wyden. Who's senator from oregon and actually the chair of the senate finance committee which is the job that senator roth the namesake of these accounts used to have wyden has come out after our story was published and said that we should reform these things He actually previously had a proposal that he's revisiting now to just put a cap on the tax benefits and basically this proposal would would cap the tax benefits in ira- counted five million dollars. So of course you know. It's totally unclear whether that will go anywhere whether there's support for that more broadly in congress but there are these reform proposals floating around reform proposals of floating around and meanwhile billionaires like peter thiel and warren buffett and even mitt romney. Who's a billionaire. I believe right unclear actually. He's he's richer than us. Wealthy guy so people inside and outside our government namely the ultra rich in the meantime get to stay ultra rich and pay proportionally less in taxes. In a lot of cases as propublica has reported then average working class people right. Yeah that's right and There's there's sort of a lot of moving parts there. But in large part that flows from the tax code that congress itself has written. Justin elliott is a reporter at propublica the piece that inspired her episode. Today's called lord of the roths. How tech mogul peter. Thiel turned a retirement account for the middle class. Into a five billion dollar tax free piggy-bank. We reach out to peter teal's people about this. Reporting his people did not reach back. Propublica 's story is part of a much bigger series. They're doing based on the tax records of some of the wealthiest people in the country. You can find it. All over at pope publica dot org..

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"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

04:21 min | 5 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Keep your flexibility high so you can go where the opportunity is now long way. Take good advice. Take good counsel think and talk to people and take the advice of experts because if you talk to the experts the experts can help you to figure out how to do things smartly tax to to talk about how to structure things. There are a lot of people in this listening audience who have started a company or been involved in a and never went and sat down with a tax expert. Never went and sat down with an ira. Could i put this in my ira right. Your first question should be. Could i put my company era after all. I don't want to leave the united states and moved to or to do by. Just so i can have zero tax. Could i put my mo- my company and my the enter. Maybe yes maybe no but you should ask the questions and be looking for those things as teal did so those are things you can do be involved and the inside. Always try to find the community people who are involved in it right and a couple of weeks. I'll be in malta. ideally I'll be in portugal in multan a couple of weeks and i'm going there and looking into what's happening on the ground. I want to know what's happening with the cryptocurrency space. Now it's less promised seems less promising now at a few years ago but the island of malta in the mediterranean was trying to position itself as the crypto currency island. Well you should pay attention to things like that and say we're going. Silicon valley might work well for a lot of people. But i don't know silicon valley is the place right now But i i hopefully. We'll be in by later this year. Right i think dubai a lot going forward. If i were in the finance space. I'm much more interested in spending time in dubai than i am in in new york city at this point. Although there's still plenty of opportunity in new york city so look for where you think opportunity and put yourself in the way of it and then just be smart about what you're doing because you can model. What -til did you may not wind up with a five billion dollars in your roth. Ira you may not by the way this two hundred sixty three bothers me because like let me let me tell you why it bothers me. I wrote myself just to do this. Bothers me so much. The same thing like these worthless they have these worthless These were completely and utterly worthless Things about well if every person in houston texas all two point. Three million people put two thousand dollars in a bank. Still wouldn't be worth five billion dollars. Okay well what does that. What does that matter really. Human brain doesn't capture big numbers. Here it says assuming a modest six percent annual return no withdrawals his tax free golden egg could be worth about two hundred and sixty three billion dollars in two thousand eight. Eighty seven with plans celebrate his hundred and twentieth birthday. So i have a new baby. So let's say that i put in. I pay my baby to model for my business. And i put in two thousand dollars in to his roth ira by the way. Not saying newbie. Maybe it was two years old now but i put two thousand dollars into his roth. Ira and let's assume that Because of life extension -til thinks he's gonna live to one hundred and twenty. But i think that by then we're gonna live to one hundred eighty so if we start with one hundred and eighty years and we earn. I don't i think six percent is a little bit too high. But maybe he can only earn five percent on his investments then in one hundred and eighty years. Then you know my my son could have thirteen million dollars in one hundred and eighty thousand one hundred and eighty years by the way it actually kind of disproves. My points shows how spectacular is but what going to invest in my business. So he's going to start with this year he's going to have a million dollars. Give me a better man. He's gonna put a million dollars in his account today and then one hundred eighty years. You'll have six point five. What does this trillions. I can remain numbers so the point is that what is two hundred sixty three billion dollars just doesn't it doesn't no not mad at them but the point is these numbers. Let's extrapolate out the national debt. Let's extrapolate out the value of the dollar. We don't know we're all guessing on the future. We don't have any idea on any of these things that wasn't quite the spectacular show any nine -ticipant. I just wanted to say to you that it's a remarkable article but you can do it too. You can do this to you. Can use the exact same valuation.

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"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"He wanted -til use the millions and proceeds from his pay pal windfall to invest in silicon valley startups as well as his own hedge fund according to his financial assistance. Memo once again teals roth scooped up startup shares at bargain basement prices and they go on and talk about pailin. Tear has investment in pailin tear in two thousand four. -til met mark zuckerberg harvard undergraduate. -til invested five hundred thousand dollars. Facebook's first large outside infusion of cash those facebook shares ended up. where else teals roth. Ira and any goes on and continues to To grow grapes. Talk more about the details so at this point in time we see that it's just growing from there. He's got so much So much value in there. Now they do cover a section which i'm going to skip for now the cover section on the mega backdoor roth Et cetera. talk about the romney array. Go on you should read it. But we'll close this out. With the last couple of paragraphs assuming a modest six percent annual return and no withdrawals his tax free golden egg could be worth about two hundred and sixty three billion dollars in twenty eighty seven when teal plans to celebrate his one hundred twentieth birthday. That's larger than the current gross domestic product of new zealand. His adopted homeland. There is good news and bad news. -til told the washington post when asked about living more than a century. The bad news is if you don't believe in the good news you're not saving enough for retirement and likely to spend much of your old age in poverty. The financial planning he'll said takes on a very different character. Now i love this talks about -til stuff of life extension which i think is really fun interesting as well first of all. I hope that -til doesn't stop and start taking garbage. Six percent annual return. I hope that he continues to to use his business. Acumen is investment prowess and. I hope that his account is worth a lot bigger than two hundred and sixty more than two hundred sixty three billion dollars. I hope he does. However it's going to create problems for us you and me who may or may not yet have two hundred sixty three billion dollars because it's hard to imagine a government like the united states sticking with its rules when somebody has been this successful and they will change the rules. I always think about the rinaldo rule in In italy where they changed the entire tax code so that rinaldo would come and pay soccer there and they can have a maximum tax of one hundred thousand euros. Target country will change everything. If there's someone that's high profile enough and so this there's no question. This article is going to be influential Influential around the world and influential in the us american Political and financial conversations. So here the points. That i would like you to make sure that you notice number one. Notice that there's nothing that -til did that you. And i couldn't choose to you and i could choose to work in high risk areas for our career. You and i could choose to work in the market where the change is exciting. You go back to nineteen ninety nine what you see at that. Time was that tech people in those days. They knew there was something new and fresh happening. And there was opportunity all around because there was a fundamental transformation. I see the same thing happening right now. In the financial space with crypto currencies with defy it. Sarah there's innovation happening. There's change people's smell the fact that we could change everything. This entire system has been around for centuries could we could change everything. And if i were looking for opportunity i look for. Where are things changing. 'cause where things are changing there's opportunity there's opportunity to go and sell shovels gold miners. When you see a bunch of people going somewhere be paid clue into that and pay attention. -til did that right in california at the right time looking for opportunities. There are opportunities for people who solve big problems. -til solved the problem. He tackled a big problem. The transfer of money yet big dreams the fact that he was approaching. Those dreams with libertarian. Ideals doesn't mean that his dreams were any different just means that you wanted to solve a big problem and he solved a big problem to this day. You and i use paypal right us. Pay pal even. Though there's lots of competition we still paypal and pay pal transformed the marketplace in a powerful way so he was where the action was and he was willing to take risk. Now what is it that that equipped him to take the risk. I don't know. I haven't read tales book actually But i would say one of the things that equipped -til to take the risk was he was mean he was able to do it and so maybe he came from a very wealthy family. Maybe his parents paid for all of his college bills He had all everything that he needed. I don't know actually don't know. Maybe he came from nothing. Maybe he just kept his expenses. Low all it doesn't matter my answer is you've got to be prepared to take the risk. So how do you do it. Well you become skilled and say. I'm going for opportunity. So can i be good at keeping my expenses low. Can i be good at going for where i can really build something big. Can i make sure that. I set myself up in such a way that i can can can. That can survive to go after something right if you need seventeen hundred dollars to pay a car payment so you don't get your car repossessed. That may be the seventeen hundred dollars that you could have put into your roth. Ira to buy shares of the company that you're excited about so keep your expenses low..

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Radical Personal Finance

07:43 min | 5 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Investors aren't allowed to buy assets for less than their true value through an ira the practices sometimes known as stuffing. Because it gets around. The strict limits imposed by congress. On how much money can be put in a roth. Pay later disclosed details about the early history of the company in an sec filing before its initial public offering the filing reveals that teals founders shares. Were among those. The company sold to employees at quote below fair value. Close quote Victor fleischer attacks law professor at the university of california who has written about the valuation of founders shares read the pay pal filings at propublica request buying startup shares at a discounted point zero zero one dollar price with a roth. Yes sir would be indefensible. That's a huge scandal. Fleischer said how greedy. Can you get warren baker a seattle tax attorney. Who specializes in. Ira's said he would advise clients who are top executives working at a startup not purchase founder shares with a roth to avoid accusations by the irs. That they got a special deal and undervalued. The shares baker was speaking generally. Not about -til quote. I would be concerned about the fact that you can't support the valuation number as being reasonable he said and it goes on and it talks about how they had bought more shares there was other people buying shares etc. Now the intimation. It's not an allegation. But the intimation here is that -til did something wrong by buying these shares in his roth. Ira at this discounted price. And i don't know if he did or if he did not all. I have is the article with their to expert people that they interviewed. What i do know is early. Stage companies small companies. Private companies are vanishingly difficult to value. Pretty much you make it up but you try to make it up in some way that makes sense. I have a company one of my companies. This company is worthless. But i have one million shares in this company. The company has no assets. The business is not yet going. It's worthless it's worth less than one tenth of a dollar of share and so the argument goes back and you have to say pay pal was actually worth a lot more and everybody knew it now without question you could argue that successfully now because in hindsight you could argue that successfully. If you say we'll -til thought the company was worth a lot more than point zero zero one dollars per share. -til thought the company was worth a lot more without question. He did right. That was why he was excited about that. That was why he was working in it. But here's what's so wacky. The market may or may not have thought it was worth more other investors had the opportunity to invest and they passed. We don't actually know what -til thought about it. We don't actually know what actually what it was worth. It was worth as much as what someone was willing to pay and teal was willing to pay that price and the company thought it was worth it for them to sell that amount of shares to -til at that price because these people are committed to it. Could there be a legal opinion here. I'm sure there could be And they fight it out in court so if -til is done something wrong and ira. The government could sue them. I can't remember what the rules would be at this point in terms of the statute of limitations on the tax returns. And everything like that. I don't know how that would work out. But the proper place for that as in a court in the court of public opinion. We don't have enough information to pass judgment. I'm very open to the idea that -til engaged in some kind of stuffing strategy. That he got a sweetheart deal. That's very possible. You and i will do exactly the same thing if we could. I'm also also very possible. The -til saw something that he thought was good. No court no jury would ever find that he did anything wrong and turns out that that it just worked out probably with a lot of work for him and had right time in the market there were probably a lot of other people who put shares of their small private companies into roth. Ira's their companies went bust in one thousand nine hundred nine two thousand two thousand one and they're worth nothing so it only works out if you're successful so it's possible that he did something but having the stuff for a long time. There is a wide range of defensible. Numbers that you put on things like valuations and there is no law. That says you can't use the thing. That is the most advantageous for you. You can't use if the irs gives you four different ways evaluation. You can work them through and then you can choose the one. That's most advantageous for you and so it would be my guest that a court case would actually find that nothing wrong was was done. I don't know that just guessing because there's no reason to do something that's actually wrong in this situation. There's no reason to do something. It's actually illegal. You just simply choosing the thing that you think is going to be best for you now. I would defer to mr fleischer the tax law professor and mr baker the seattle tax attorney They certainly have good. Good points to say but i doubt that either of those men has teals brain in the sense. That -til is somebody who is willing to take the risk. You have one guy who's a legal professor at university that means i don't know anything about his career. I'm judging stereotyping ba- generally he's not someone who would even understand the concept of risk of entrepreneurial risk he's looking for a safe government job got the other guy who's a tax lawyer again. We don't know anything about him but an entrepreneur would look at it differently. If i were int heels shoes sitting at the table talking to a tax advisor. I would say to him. Listen i need to know what the law says. The advisor would say. Here's what the law says. You have to put them in at a fair market value. And then i would respond and i would say well. How do we know what a fair market value is. Well here's what we understand. Here's what we know. Here's what we don't know okay. Now once that's done i'm going to look at and say what are the risks. What are the risks of my not doing it. what meaning. What are the risks. If i choose this valuation versus the other valuation and in these scenarios the risk is basically that the transactions disallowed and that taxes imposed. Well if i'm following the law right. There's no risk of my committing tax fraud for which there would be jail time. I'm following the law. I'm choosing evaluation that is favorable to me. This most favorable to me if i get sued about this i have to defend it in tax court and if i lose what'll happen is i'll have to pay the tax but if i don't choose this and i don't put the money in the shares of maratha. I have to pay the tax. So there's just no reason for me not to take the risk. As long as i would not be anywhere near the realm of fraud..

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"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"You can't beat the market what peter thiel did now. Here's a course what he did. Because i use a little sleight of word there sleight of mouth. When i said you can't beat the market right. He invested in private company. Which is why forgive me. I suffered tremendous confirmation bias reading this article. This is why i point out to you again and again and again that your best investments are generally going to be in things that you know and or things that you're involved in. How did -til get a ninety. Five percent rate of return with the answer is paypal that he was involved in facebook that he was connected to and his hedge fund that he built that was investing in things that he was no that he knew and he made a tremendous growth rate in his in his portfolio notice also however that he did this this tremendous growth rate with a relatively small amount of money. We continue the article. Go through the timeline with you. What's most important about. The timeline is simply that he could not repeat this today with a five billion dollar portfolio. Because now he's got too much money that there aren't enough opportunities for him to continue this ninety five percent but he hit things just in this magically correct way they go on and talk about that the average roth. Ira is worth thirty. Nine thousand one hundred and eight dollars. That's meaningless whenever anyone uses the word average by the way you need to immediately ask yourself whether that's a calculation or a median calculation and. You never know but you can a in that in that thirty nine thousand dollars number. It's probably a mean calculation. You've got the guy with two thousand dollars of these stuck in years ago when you've got peter thiel with five billion dollars but we don't know if that's a mean number or median number but it is spectacular the opportunities that exist for them here. Here's what they say to put that into perspective. Here's how much the average roth was worth at the end of two thousand eighteen thirty nine thousand one hundred eight dollars. And here's how much five billion dollars is if every one of the two point. I never get it when they do this. If every one of the two point three million people in houston texas where to deposit two thousand dollars into a bank today. Those accounts still wouldn't equal what you'll has in his roth. Ira okay what's more as long as t- awaits withdraw his money until april twenty twenty seven. When he has six months shy of his sixtieth birthday. He will never have to pay a penny of tax on those billions. Propublica has obtained a of irs tax return date on thousands of the country's wealthiest people covering more than fifteen years. This data provides for the first time an inside look at financial lives of the richest americans. Those who stratospheric fortunes put them among history's wealthiest individuals. What this secret. Information reveals is that while most americans are dutifully paying taxes chipping in their part to fund the military highways and safety net programs. The country's richest citizens citizens are finding ways to sidestep the tax system. Now here's what angers me. Forgive me. I'm going to let myself go for just a moment. The average american is absolutely not dutifully paying taxes chipping in his or her part to fund the military highways and safety net programs. If by that you mean not contributing to a roth. Ira because the reality as an experienced financial planner is this. The average american is dutifully putting as much money into his or her roth. Ira every year as he or she can in addition to as much money to his her 401k every year as he or she can which is far worse because every contribution dollar the goes into a 401k or a traditional ira is a dollar that is completely free from any tax money that is being used to fund the military highways and safety net programs. Well every dollar that goes into a roth. Ira every single year is a dollar that has been taxed to contribute to the military highways and safety net programs so the statement is just flat out stupid on its face because average americans are the one on ones contributing to roth. Ira's wealthy people cannot generally contribute to roth ira's because they make too much money they make more than the contribution limits thus they cannot contribute to a roth ira. The most they could hope to do is a so called back door roth. Ira and for the average wealthy person. It's just not worth hassling with unless you have the ability to make a massive rate of return by early stage startup. Investing something like that. It's not worth hassling. Generally speaking now to finish their sentence. The country's richest citizens are finding ways to sidestep the tax system which is absolute baloney. Because the contrary to richard citizens are finding ways to work within the tax system so that they can pay lower taxes. Rich people generally do not evade their taxes. It's poor people who make money in tips and side work and don't report the income who evade their taxes. The country's richest citizens are simply trying to get good tax advice from professionals will read the law and follow it.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"$5" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"$5 billion fight. Is now underway at the Statehouse Governor Charlie Baker and Beacon Hill lawmakers staring each other down these days over who gets to spend the federal government's big fat check. Nobody. BCS James RoHaas has this report. The debate is between the state Legislature and Governor Baker Democratic leadership wants to go through an appropriation process, meaning a slower rollout of the covid relief after getting input from communities and stakeholders. Baker, meanwhile, wants to move at a faster pace, asking the Legislature to fund more than a billion dollars in housing initiatives as soon as possible, as well as spending over a billion more on infrastructure, economic development and addiction treatments. Baker is trying to reach a compromise proposing that $2.8 billion be allocated now, with the Legislature deciding what to do with the other half. At the Statehouse. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio ending on a good note in the final report card of the school year. 53 students and five administrators test positive for coronavirus in Massachusetts public schools. It is the lowest number for both. Since record taking began packed the bags grabbed the passport, You could be off to the European Union countries. That block has recommended to its 27 member nations to ease travel restrictions for all U. S citizens making a return to leisure travel a very real possibility. Meantime, the CDC is easing its travel warning for the cruise industry in the U. S, but still advises only those fully vaccinated should go on board. This comes just a couple of days after a covid outbreak forces Royal Caribbean's Massive odyssey of the seas to postpone its inaugural sailing Well, it's 156 years ago. Today, the final slaves in servitude in the United States of America learned of their freedom. And today marks the first federal holiday recognizing Juneteenth. And because of that, Boston acting Mayor Kim Janey Will raise the Juneteenth flag at a city hall ceremony just after noontime Today, the city will be recognizing the holiday on Monday. Federal government today. Nonetheless, number of events will be going around and around Boston this weekend in celebration of Juneteenth. Annual festivities at Franklin Part Park include food, music and more fun all weekend long. You can also check out one night in Boston and Nubian Square and a screening of the film Juneteenth at the lowering Greenhouse lawn in Jamaica Plain. It's 908 and we're watching Wall Street, which is open today. We're checking with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. 12 minutes ago ahead of the open. It looks like a pretty lousy day ahead for Wall Street. Jeff Dow futures tumbling earlier now down 260 points. That's after the head of the ST Louis Federal Reserve Bank, said the nation's central bankers have begun discussing Tapering back some stimulus measures giving investors the jitters and some big companies, including Johnson and Johnson will not hire remote workers from Colorado. A new state law there requires companies to disclose salaries for open positions. That's an effort to be transparent and Help close the gender wage gap is Dow Jones reports. Some companies find that law a little too invasive. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Another tennis great drops out of Wimbledon details next. It's 908 Alexa Play WBZ NewsRadio. Were you talking to me? Nope. I'm just telling Alexa to play WBZ NewsRadio and I heart radio love you, too, honey lyrics inspired by state farm, Surprisingly great rates, but my race like that great like that drive safe like that I saved like that straight up facts. Great race like a good neighbor. State farm. Is there little Caesars thin crust pizza is so loaded with cheese and pepperoni. You can't even see the crust. And if you ever want to see it again, listen very carefully Bring 6 49 and unmarked..

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01:43 min | 6 months ago

"$5" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"$5" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"$5" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"$5 Billion Showdown is brewing on Beacon Hill. Plans for handling the federal government's Pandemic Relief fund have lawmakers and Governor Baker at odds at issue. Lawmakers want to put the money into a separate budget. Well, the governor says that would prevent that money from getting to four cities set to receive disproportionately less. That would be Chelsea. Everett the soon and Randolph National doughnut chain Krispy Cream. Maybe making a sweet come back in Boston. This North Carolina based company is about to launch an I P o on Wall Street, and they're hoping to return to the area for the first time in more than a decade. A new report says the pandemic has brought significant disruption to women's soccer globally, with some players going without competition for as many as 250 days. And this data says that three quarters of women's leagues went on hold because of covert 19. The lack of playing time was exacerbated because the women's competition calendar is apparently more fragmented than the men's calendar. Speaking of soccer. Staff members at the Lego headquarters in Denmark have come together to build the world's largest Lego soccer ball. It is over 12 FT high and it weighs 2.5 tons. We get more from the Lego CEO Jesper Ville struck if you take to make your passions like football on the one hand and legal breaks, on the other hand, that then you combine that Then you build something like this, where you have the world's biggest football made out of Lego bricks, its just two amazing things coming together. Football. The model comes ahead of the euro 2020 final coming up on July 11th by the way, and today starts round two of the French Open. And of course tennis star Naomi Osaka was supposed to play today and then withdrew after revealing she struggles with anxiety and depression. She did not want to do those news conferences. Well, we get more on the outpouring of support for this young athlete. French number one get him off you saying tennis needs Naomi Osaka back on the court after the Japanese player withdrew from the French Open. Osaka had been facing backlash from the tournament for deciding to boycott the media, citing mental health issues. Serena Williams saying she'd like to give Osaka a hug and fellow athletes you saying Bolds, Kyrie, Irving and As a liquid Terry ABC.

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"$5" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

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"$5" Discussed on Love and Business, Is it worth it?

Love and Business, Is it worth it?

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Love and Business, Is it worth it?

"I know yeah yeah. But i made the wrong decision. Making that's awesome that's awesome. So what would you say like now that you guys you've been in business for years You've been through ups and downs of businesses You've been through up markets in down markets. What what would you say. Was the key thing that you guys like bill. Your businesses owned built your integrity on built the way you do things on that sustains you guys drew it i honestly think it is how we run our businesses. We treat people like family earlier. So family is the foundation for both of us. We are both family oriented people so when our employees there is a. It's a thin fine line where you do have to separate the boss from family but there is that love where where you come work for us. We're working to gather not you to this. I didn't tell you to do this. You know they feel the love so it's yes pretty much family. That's our principal is treating everybody like family. Did you never know how we're once coming from. You don't never know anyone situation. So i wanna give people that chance that that other person may not have gave them that i so smart couples finish rich that because they build or they building who had a vision to build a business that would generate income. They they finish off rich and live throughout because of the core values. So i love that. And i want for couples on here whether you're profitable you're looking to start dating or you're just preparing yourself for most or partner remember to build it with value in mind. Not necessarily what is he going to do is gonna make a lot of money. Once you had solid foundation might be said that the value of what their relationship is gonna stand going then fired from limit like desert demonstrating now. Please leave love and business. Is it worth it. A five star review on itunes. Open the apple podcast app and search for diana when you find the love and business. Is it worth it. Podcast scroll down and tap the five stars also leave us a written review..

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"$5" Discussed on Love and Business, Is it worth it?

Love and Business, Is it worth it?

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"$5" Discussed on Love and Business, Is it worth it?

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"$5" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"$5" Discussed on KOMO

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