35 Burst results for "$50 Million"
Selling Wolf Tickets
"Let me jump on the subject of Steven Crowder real quick. And I know you I don't know if you guys are familiar with it. Steven Crowder versus the daily wire, he secretly recorded Jeremy boring, who's a cofounder of the daily wire and put it all online and claimed that the contract $50 million contract was the speed in his face. And I don't even know how anybody would pay him $50 million to do it. I guess he must be that good and I'm just unaware. However, I want to talk about social media and influence and these big companies taking over people like myself. If you hear a person like Steven Crowder, who's been with the blaze for I don't know how many years, he started with the blaze when he had like 300,000 subscribers. And you hear him complaining about big organizations. Taking advantage of the little guy do not listen. This person is selling you wolf tickets.
"$50 million" Discussed on WTOP
"And in the process. We hope to both change so that moving forward. My son doesn't have to live his life in fear. His mother, Gabby hansel, is filing a $50 million lawsuit against LAPD and the city for damages in the 31 year old teacher's death. The suit says officers had no reason to believe Anderson was a threat when they approached him January 3rd. Body camera video released by LAPD show officers telling Anderson to stop resisting and hitting him multiple times with a stun gun. Los Angeles Police did not offer comment on the lawsuit. Meghan cloher WTO news. An event in D.C. is helping residents navigate the expungement process. The expungement clinic is happening today until 2 p.m. over at the time for change center in ward 8, residents will get a chance to learn about their rights when it comes to the criminal justice system before sitting down with a lawyer to discuss next steps in the expungement or sealing process. D.C. representative oyez owe is behind the event with several other organizations, including the nonprofit, Christian legal aid of D.C., owe says it's about bringing tangible opportunities to those in marginalized communities. There will be another clinic next month at the D.C. dream center in ward 7. Melissa Howell WTO penis. You may notice more lights and extra place in a section of Prince William county. It's part of a plan to combat a recent spike in crime. There's already been a homicide near Richmond's highway in Prince William Parkway this year after police say they were two in the area last year. Prince William county police also say there was a recent stabbing, leading to new efforts to combat crime in the area. Woodbridge district supervisor Margaret Franklin says police are increasing patrols, and cameras are being installed in areas where recent crimes occurred. Lights are also being installed behind a nearby 7 11 to help combat criminal activity. In a statement, Franklin says it's important to address criminal activity at its roots and these actions will help move us toward that goal. Scott gelman, news. When a student's absences from schools pile up from days to weeks, one area of school system works with prosecutors, not just to get tough petal for help. I'm afraid a lot of times students are used to kind of being preached at. And Michael dersu, a former Montgomery county school principal, now a volunteer in the county's state's attorney's truancy prevention program says I think once a certain level of trust can be nurtured, things can turn around. Rebecca marcolini, who leads the truancy prevention program, says listening is important to give them an opportunity to speak their mind freely. 12 year old Israel makeda of 7th grader at Montgomery village middle school agrees. I felt good actually having someone to talk to for more than like 5 minutes. Israel's wrapping up his ten week program with improved attendance and 6 a's and a B Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Coming up after traffic and weather, Maryland saw the inauguration of its first black governor this week. We'll go in depth with WTO's John doman. It's
"$50 million" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Very interesting. And I think it's applicable to business endeavors that you may have. And you know, let me finish it with this. For the young man, young woman is listening. Dream big. And why not you? Just those are two concepts. Dream big. I mean, dream is big as you humanly, dream as big as your mind will go. Dream as big as your mind will go, and I always consider, well, why not me? You know, one of my dreams is that one day I'll be a billionaire. And I have a lot of reasons to want to be a billionaire, not because I want to yacht and all this stuff. I want to be able to, I give a lot to people, you know? Like, I think I gave it later a $100 the other day. I want to be able to give a $1000 tip. I want to give, I want to be able to pay for somebody to go to college. You know, like revolutionizing somebody's life. Now I know a good deed could really change a person's life forever because you know Danielle always remembered that. But I want to do epic stuff. Like, you know, pay for a community center in a neighborhood that's underprivileged. You know, stuff like that where you just changing the world. I want to take that money and bless other people with it. But regardless, I'm dreaming big. I want to be a billionaire. Maybe I'm not drinking big enough, or maybe I should be a trillionaire. But in my mind, I'm like, I want to be a billionaire. You know, obviously I do want to be successful in this life too. I want to live in a really nice house in the mountains as the one day. And that's what I dream of. And I never used the excuse of saying, I don't know, I wouldn't happen to me, man. You know, my parents weren't rich growing up, man. I don't have an Ivy League education. And it's probably not going to be. Now, my thoughts is why not me. Other people do it. Why can't I do it? You think the dude that came up with Coca-Cola, I just read this story. The guy who originally owned a recipe for Coca-Cola. You think he thought he was going to do, it was going to be this big? I was talking to one of my friends who was a billionaire. I'm going to see my friend, but somebody I know I was meeting with another day he's a billionaire. And he was telling me, when he first started out, he used to work for a company and then he started his own company. And then it blew up. And before you know it, now he's worth multiple $1 billion. Like, not you? The difference between you and them is that they believe in it and keep pursuing it and they always have the idea of why not me versus you talk yourself out of it. There's a ton of people that have great inventions and great things in their mind. And they know they can come to fruition. Some people could be rockstars. You could be a singer. You can be an entrepreneur. You can own property. You can be the biggest real estate agent in the country. But you talk yourself out of it. Don't talk yourself out of it, believe in your dreams. And believe in God first and they'll come to fruition. As long as you do what's right by other people, ladies and gentlemen, listen to us tape a show. I'll see y'all tomorrow. God bless you. I'm out. Just need a little time to be all right.
"$50 million" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
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"$50 million" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"This is the officer Tatum show. Yeah. Everybody's got their cups, but they ain't chipped in. The officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the Austin show. I want to make a video at some point about Steven Crowder. I just see he released a video at one in an hour ago, said, I did not want to do this. But Steven Crowder, if you guys know Steven Crowder is a few days ago, he made a video and he literally put his contract, I'm assuming with the blaze or at least the proposed contract they proposed to him. On camera and showed how predatory predatory maybe that's the better word, these big companies can be towards influencers. It was, it was nana, I'm not shocked because I know what it is. But it was very shocking to see how they attempted and I don't know if this delays are not. He put the contract up and had his name in it. Oh, he said he mentioned it. It was a daily wire. Okay, so if he said it was the day that wired, it was the daily wire. But it appears that they pitched him a contract that he obviously didn't sign. And it was out of control. I would argue that that was a shameful contract. And I tell young people that work with me all the time, my motives are to help you grow and help you become, it should be a slingshot. I'm a stepping stone to getting you where you need to go. I'm not here to take your money and take your identity and make money off of you. If I'm going to help you, obviously there's going to be a trade there, and there's going to be a monetary gain to a certain degree, of course, if I'm helping you become great, a percentage will go to me, but I'm not controlling your life. And some companies and I had a contract like that. I got out of mind. Thank God. Oh, I would be screwed. I almost want you guys to understand this. And I'm not going to say the name of the company, 'cause I think the company was acting in good faith, but it's a bad move. Young people. It's a bad move. When I left the police department, the company bought all of my social media, and at the time I was like, oh my God, this is the most money I've ever seen in my life. I'm paying off all my dad. I'm a do all this other stuff, but I didn't realize the monetary value of my social media platform. And they owned it all. And then
"Exploring the Controversy Surrounding Cultural Appropriation
"I want to talk a little bit about cultural appropriation. Nowadays in the era of woke and he woke woke stupidity, there's this idea of cultural appropriation being a bad thing. Meaning that you are taking someone else culture as your own, I guess you admiring them. I don't know. The woke people are completely retarded when it comes to this. But let me reach you this daily wire our daily signals, article, 'cause I think it's invaluable to understand this and we're going to move forward and I'll give my explanation of what I think this means. At the beginning of the article it says, can white people enjoy the fruits of another culture to the moderate modern leftists, the answer is simultaneously yes and no. On the one hand left to say white people should be subjected to endless skin deep diversity in the media. Every TV show movie and video game needs to have the mathematically precise percentage of minorities. Or else it's advancing white supremacy. But dean on the other end, when a white woman says, you know what, I think that culturally braids, cornrows are absolutely amazing. And I want to wear them because I think they're gorgeous. I think they're beautiful. I think it's a great hairstyle. And then some people, the same lunatics that want everything to be precisely equal in their eyes, they'll tell you, oh, she's cultural appropriating. That's crazy. Gwen Stefani, who else was one of the Kardashians. I think it was Kim Kardashian. Think she had cornrows. I don't know. I don't even call the cornrows. They call braids. Where I'm from. But and they say, oh, she's trying to be like a black woman. These people appropriating black culture and then taking our culture and they making money off of us and it's stupid. Because you don't want to go down that path as a black person. Because straightening your hair is culturally appropriating white people.
Actor Alec Baldwin Charged With Manslaughter in On-Set Shooting Death
"Alec Baldwin will be charged with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of the young lady who was a cinematographer. I don't know if that's what she was. She was working on the set. I could be just making up roles. But she was working on a set, she was working on a set of armor that almost sounded like this, is it, no, no, no, no, no, the lady, the lady who was killed. I think she was, I think she was a cinematographer. Right. The armor and Alec Baldwin will be charged. I think rightfully so. Because it doesn't mean that you are a bad person. It means that you are negligent. That's how you get charged with involuntary manslaughter. Because Alec Baldwin with a firearm in his hand, right? Whether it's real or not, he has a duty to verify that he's not holding a gun with live ammunition. The armorer is even more guilty, in my opinion, because as an armorer, your whole effing job is for you to make sure you don't have a real gun in a prop gun set. How do you let a real gun? I think I'm gonna lose my mind. How do you let me just explain to you guys how hard this is, and then I'll explain the charges of Alec Baldwin and the armorer rust, which is, I think, I'll go through it. I think the company and him and it's a certain person named Gutierrez Reed in Alec Baldwin. We'll go through the charges from the law enforcement perspective here in a second. But the negligence is mind-blowing.
Some Churches Prioritize Finances Over Faith
"I'm just giving y'all spit in the games y'all. Because every church you go to don't believe in God, I mean the pastors. They're not really who they say they are. They just know how to make money. They understand that they can start like, for instance, I'll give you an example and I got one minute to say it. If I wanted another avenue of making money, I could start a church. I'm telling you, I can start a church. I'm a great speaker. I love the lord. I can start a church. I could just have meetings once a week and do a Bible study here in my headquarters. And then I just keep growing and keep growing and using the same techniques that I use to build all of my businesses. To build my YouTube channel, I keep going, do a little marketing, word of mouth, be charismatic, make it exciting, and I can build a church. I could probably have a thousand people in my church within a year. And it'll be another stream of income. But that's not why you do it. You do it 'cause you love the lord in your call. You don't do it because it's the money. It's a money making industry.
Nationwide Murder Epidemic: A Growing Concern
"All right, ladies and gentlemen, I was looking at this article that's pretty interesting to me. And it says 1% of U.S. counties account for 42% of the nationwide murder. Murder rate, the murders. It says 5% of counties account for 73% of all murders while having less than half of the U.S. population. It says 1% of USA, I mean, that's what I just read. The 1% is 32 counties. Which have 21% of the USA population according to a study of 2020 homicides published Monday by the crime prevention research center. The study also found that 5% of counties accounted for 73%, which is what I just said a second ago, 73% of all of the murders yet having just 47% of the U.S. population. The 52% of counties without any murders account for 10% of the USA population. Murder isn't a nationwide problem, the sensors of president John lott, I just saw him at the event. I got to have John to come on and talk about this specifically. But John light, incredible guy. I had him on a couple times. He's the guru when it comes to murder and shoot it out and shootings and things that are associated with that. But John lott, a writer said his conclusion of the study is that it's a problem of a small set of urban areas concentrated in small areas inside of them. And even in those counties, murders are concentrated in small areas inside of those small counties.
Growing Number of Officers Leaving the Force
In Atlanta Protesters Call for 'Violence' Against Police
"Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the office of Tatum show. I got another crazy story for you and I just do not understand. For the life of me, how these individuals that are responsible for making threats on Twitter against police officers aren't deemed domestic terrorists and treated as such. I don't know if you've been following the story out of Georgia and decal county, but apparently there was a location that there in the forest like a forced location that they were getting ready to clear out to erect a police facility that's a multi-million dollar facility. I don't even know how many millions of dollars they're going to spend to put the facility there. So they're clearing it out because there's individuals that are camping there and doing God knows what they're. They go to clear it out, a person that is supposed to be a protester with the thank God they're not black. Thank God. I was worried. I'm looking at the new store right now trying to see if they were black. So that's the police of clearing out this forced area. They give an individual commands and the individual opens fire on a police officer and of course, two plus two is four. They return fire and kill the suspect, and now there's individuals that are part of a group called defending the Atlanta forest. I knew there was some white stuff. But anyway, defending Atlanta's forest and they are now protesting claiming that they're going to kill the police officers that they should retaliate with equal force in a tweet. Violating Twitter's policy, which the post ended up getting removed, but I was when I was looking up this story, I said, God, I can't handle another story about black people. Now I'm not saying it's okay that they white, but I'm like, I can't handle another story of black people defending criminals in a police involved situation.
Classified Documents From Biden's Vice Presidency Found at Think Tank
"Got word yesterday late yesterday. That the Justice Department has discovered Joe Biden, Joe Biden. Was harboring classified documents at his institute at the University of Pennsylvania. This is a big deal, a very big deal. We understand that Merrick Garland has asked the FBI to join their probe. Now why is this a big deal? Well, very simple, and people are trying to say, well, there's a comparison between this and what happened with president Trump. There is slightly, and I'm going to get to that in a moment. But there's a major difference because the president of the United States has the authority as the ability to declassify documents. The vice president of the United States does not. So the fact that Joe Biden was harboring and we understand about ten classified documents. At this institute that is heavily funded by the Chinese at the University of Pennsylvania, that is a huge, huge problem. Elise Stefanik, who is the GOP conference chair, says she's got a lot of questions to ask. And she wants to know specifically if the Chinese had access to these documents. I want to read a statement that she provided town hall. She says, where's the FBI raid on the Joe Biden crime family after the revelations he stole classified materials while serving as vice president and stored the documents that Biden's think tank? The pin Biden institute. A think tank, by the way, that's received over $50 million in Chinese gifts.
"$50 million" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"That's just the reality fire nation. And Paul, where would fire nation go to connect more with you with William with your business? What's your call to action? We have a couple of ways to get in touch with us. Obviously we have our consumer website, which is discount lots where people go and buy land. But on the back end of it, we didn't get time to talk about this today, but we run an investment fund. Where people can invest in get returns for their company. Or sorry, that want to invest in vacant land. So you don't have to go inspire thousands of properties like we do. We just give people returns on their investment. Who want to do that? So that is you could
"$50 million" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Naturally powerful. And I love the phrase that you need to hire a mentor who is currently where you want to be. So if you want to have a hundred person company, hire a mentor that has a hundred person company around there. And hopefully they've been having that for maybe a year or more around that time frame. Not a ton longer, but around that time frame. So we've had some experience with that. But not a 10,000 person company. Right where you're wanting to get to soon. So that was a great takeaway, Paul, and why don't you stick around and share with us the one key takeaway that you really want fire nation to walk away with from our conversation today. Everything that we've talked about, what do you want to make sure our listeners really get? Any of this is possible. Like I mentioned in the beginning of this is like, I didn't go to like, I don't have any special training or anything. And everything that I've built and learned, I've done by just having experiences and trying things and not being afraid to try something new and not being afraid to fail and using the resources around me. So like I mentioned in the beginning, I wanted to start an Amazon business. I just listened to podcasts and tried it and it worked. And then so my biggest takeaway that I want people to understand is just go out there and try things and don't be scared to fail and don't worry about how people will look at you if you fail or being judged and I think a lot of people get in their own heads and they're worried about what their mom thinks or what their friend thinks because they're like quitting their job and going to pursue something that they might sound crazy at the time and I tell all those people take the leap, go for it and if you really believe in something,
"$50 million" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Department of company and every employee has KPIs that they are held accountable to. And every meeting they are responsible for putting those KPIs and that's really one of the things that keeps us super organized is just documenting everything and all the KPIs are guiding us towards our weekly goals are monthly goals are quarterly goals and our annual goal.
"$50 million" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
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"$50 million" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"So as Willie alluded to my background is in ecommerce. So I kind of cut my teeth. I learned my first business actually through podcasts and I'm sure you remember I don't know what your you started, did you start what in 2015, 2016? 2012, but thank you. 2012. Okay, I'm behind the times. I started my podcast journey in 2015. So I learned how to do my first business. I had a job where I was driving on the road all the time. But there was like, you used to for the Amazon community. I'm sure you're very familiar with it. To get started, you had to pay for like really expensive courses. Do you remember that? I don't remember the name. But Volcker was a guy that was doing something. So I have a picture with him. So what I was going to get to is, I was listening to all these podcasts. I was like, do I want to go into real estate? I was listening to the podcast bigger pockets. Do I want to go into real estate or do I want to go into this Amazon ecommerce thing? And I was like, well, it seems like ecommerce would be a little bit easier, lower barrier to entry and back in the day it was super easy. And so I just started listening to the Scott Volcker podcast every single day. And he basically spelled out how to do this business. So I cut my teeth originally with an Amazon FBA business and I grew it to 7 figures like in the first year and I was like, okay, this is like a business and I quit my regular job. But I learned it all through podcasts and so basically that's a whole nother story. I don't know if we have time for it about how discount lots started. But Willie and I were on our separate pass. He was doing this on a small scale. I was doing Amazon FBA and we just met by chance at a party.
"$50 million" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Paul say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? Great question and happy to be on here a long time listener to the EO fire since I think since you first started it, I've been an avid listener. So it's really crazy. Wait a second, you've listened to 3700 episodes. Definitely not. Definitely not, but when I first started my entrepreneurial journey, 6 years ago, this was on the reg listening to jail D it was part of the mix and definitely opened my brain to what is what you can do with your life. And so I wanted to just say thank you. Thank you. I appreciate that. Definitely have had an impact on my entrepreneurial journey and me. So I thought that's kind of cool. We're all here now. So controversial business thought. So I was actually talking about this earlier. So this is definitely controversial, but I live by it is when you're hiring for a position or you're going to upwork to get someone to work on a project, go for the most expensive person on the platform. Because you're going to get a better output. Most of the time, you're going to get a better output and a better result. And it'll end up being cheaper than going for the cheapest possible person you can hire because the output will be higher, faster, better. It's so true on so many levels. I mean, actually just went through this personally on Fiverr, where I need to just a quick little stick for your animation for a new project that I'm working on. And I went there. And everybody's 5 bucks. Except there's this one person that was like $35. And I'm like, well, wait a second. There's probably a reason. And I looked at his work, and it was so far superior. It was exactly what I wanted. He crushed it. He did revisions. And at the end of the day, I have an amazing product because this guy knows what he's worth, and he charged it. And I'm happy to pay that. And the problem in Seth godin loves saying this with the race to the bottom is that you just might win. And when you get people just going in their undercutting themselves all the way to the bottom, the quality suffers. That's what really suffers. And today, foundation we're talking about scaling the $50 million a year and land investing and not only do I have Paul on the mic. I have his partner William, who I'm sure has amazing things to say about entrepreneurs on fire, just like Paul did. But William I just want to start off by really getting into the fact that fire nation's heard of real estate investing. But what the heck is vacant lands investing? They can land investing is the best niche in real estate that nobody really talks about. So there's a million ways that people can invest in vacant land. The way that we took the way that we spin it is we buy vacant lands and we will list it on our website and we will sell it with owner finance terms. So we'll offer load down payments, flow monthly payments over the course of 7 years.
"$50 million" Discussed on WTOP
"Game we have to go in with a fresh mind and take it as an opportunity and get better and we'll get there. It also details they missed 9 free throws end up losing by four Georgetown gets a 75 68 win of men's basketball over Siena. And dare I say it, volleyball is spiking. Two years ago for the first time, more high school girls played volleyball than basketball. That according to the national federation of state high school associations at last year's NCAA final at ESPN at 1.2 million viewers. Yeah, go spike it. From Indianapolis, Dave Johnson, WTO be sports. It's 5 17. Another lawsuit has been filed against Walmart claiming the company was negligent in employing the man who shot and killed coworkers inside a Chesapeake store last month. John Kelly is an overnight stalker at that Walmart. He says he complained to management that gunman Andre Bing had harassed him and exhibited threatening behavior before the attack. It's the second lawsuit against Walmart over the shooting which left 6 people plus the shooter dead in the suit Kelly says at one point before the shooting being told him I don't care how big you are, I have something to take care of that. Kelly is seeking $50 million. The Biden administration will appeal a federal court decision that ended the government's policy of quickly removing a silent seekers at the southern border. Title 42 was put in place under former president Donald Trump at the outset of the COVID pandemic. It has been used to expel migrants more than 2 million times. That program was set to end on December 21st. The band has been unevenly enforced by nationality following largely on migrants from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Mexico, because Mexico allows them to be returned to the U.S. last month, Mexico began accepting Venezuelans who are expelled from the U.S. under title 42, causing a sharp drop in Venezuelans seeking asylum at the U.S. border
Virginia Walmart mass shooting survivor files $50M lawsuit
"A Walmart employee who says she barely missed being shot and gunfire that left 6 coworkers dead is filed a $50 million lawsuit on Norman hall. The lawsuit filed in court in Chesapeake, Virginia says Walmart allegedly continued to employ the shooter, a store supervisor, despite what it calls Andre beings known propensities were violent threats and strange behavior. The plaintiff has done you preload, she alleges that she has experienced post traumatic stress disorder, including physical and emotional distress. Walmart, which is headquartered in Bentonville Arkansas, said in a statement that it was reviewing the complaint and will respond as appropriate in court. On Norman hall
Charlie and Tiger Woods' Golfing Dymanic
"We got Charlie and Tiger. He picked Charlie and Tiger. He also talked about a lot of going to win the father son. They're probably going to win the father's son. I can think of no better scenario to in 2022 with the Tiger Woods coming. Coming back on the golf course and him and his son taken down, taken down the father's son. He could probably do you think Charlie Woods can be Tiger at this point? I don't know, man. I don't know. I heard Charlie goes to the weight room all the time. Like for however old he is, how old is he? 13, 14. He looks freaking like he's pretty swole. But I heard Tiger, I heard Tiger, he might not be playing it anymore. I don't know. Shows you how up to date we are with current golf events. I mean, I don't know why he wouldn't, unless he's really, really, really banged up, but I hope he does play 'cause that was fun to watch. Charlie swing, by the way, you can break stuff down and find false, but he has a lot of mannerisms just because he watched, I bet you, I'm assuming tigers his coach, right? Maybe he has another coach that looks at him, but I'm assuming tigers is his coach. And I mean, he has a hole in his backyard that you can hit a full 7 iron in. And the real estate just on that 7 iron hole is probably $50 million plus. This is just, I mean, different kind of wins, different greens, different everything. And I'm not saying that because there's plenty of, there's plenty of rich kids growing up. That were kids of guys on the PGA Tour and they grew up just being a bunch of assholes and weren't good at golf at all. And they just blah, blah, blah. A lot of them decided they were smart. They didn't want to play golf. Maybe they're a doctor or maybe they're trying to save the world. That's fine. But a lot of these kids, you know, you know them, you'll see them just get sponsored exemptions, blah, blah, blah. I think Tiger puts it in Charlie's head like, hey, it's going to be extra hard for you. I mean, who are they going to compare you to? Let's be honest, the goat. Right. So it's going to be extra hard and just as mannerisms, whatever, the way he talks when he does talk. He seems pretty chill, but that's a lot of pressure, man. But if there's anyone, I mean, what did Earl Woods do? Tiger. I mean, you know, talk about making the guy a mentally tough. I don't know if Tiger is that hard on Charlie. I really doubt it, but he probably took the good out of all that mental tough training and told Charlie what it takes. And maybe it just goes out there.
Jury Orders Alex Jones to Pay $965 Million
"A conspiracy theorist has been ordered to pay nearly a $1 billion for making false claims about the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting A jury has decided that Alex Jones should pay $965 million to people who suffered from his false claim that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax This is the second big judgment against the info wars host over his promotion of the lie that the 2012 massacre never happened A Texas jury in August awarded nearly $50 million to the parents of another slain child The Connecticut trial featured tearful testimony from parents and siblings of the victims who told how they were threatened and harassed for years by
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
"Secretary of State Anthony blinken and his counterpart from Pakistan have discussed relations and recent devastating flooding I Norman hall Secretary of State Antony Blinken met at the State Department with his Pakistani counterpart billa wall Bhutto zadari besides 75 years of relations the two leaders also discussed cataclysmic flooding a third of Pakistan remains submerged from being inundated most of the summer We have experienced a climate catastrophe Of biblical apocalyptic proportions It rained and rained and rained and rained and rained from mid June Till the end of August secretary blinken says the U.S. immediate response so far tops $50 million and 17 plain loads of emergency supplies including food and tarps Norman hall Washington
Herschel Walker: The People of Georgia Want Someone New
"Right now the campaign is going well You know they spent close to $50 million against me And what is so exciting is to raise a virtually a tide right now which means that Georgia people are speaking that they want a new person in that seat that they're tired of having someone like senator Warnock represented them because he doesn't represent Georgia and Joe Biden And he's very much the radical isn't he I mean for any state he would be considered extremely radical wouldn't he He is and he's voted with Joe Biden 96% of the time and what that means is that you're going to get higher taxes You're going to get open borders You're going to get men and women sports with these voters to put men and women sports He's called our men and women in blue thugs and gains So he is very radical but one thing I must say is right now I'm going to fight to get the seat back for the people of Georgia because this seat belongs to the people at George They don't need any more center and why not sit in that seat representing them What do you consider some of the big issues there in Georgia Well this economy is a huge issue There's economy as a big issue because right now trying to forward growth rate and also utility bills I think utility bills are coming out and also you got to think about the crime In Atlanta Georgia homicide is up over 40% and some of that is very surprising rape is up over 200% I think our criminals have gotten very bold because people like senator were not that pleased with Joe Biden vote for these judges that was self on crime that the criminals got voted And as senator why not continue to call off the thugs and criminals it got morale down
Planned Parenthood to spend record $50M in midterm elections
"Planned Parenthood plans to spend a record $50 million in November's midterm elections The nation's leading reproductive healthcare provider and abortion rights advocacy organization is pouring money into contests where access to abortion will be on the ballot The effort comes months after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade the landmark case that created a constitutional right to have an abortion It also breaks the group's previous $45 million for spending records set in 2020 I'm Julie
AJ Voices His Concerns Over Liberal Journalists Like Yashar Ali
"Let me just say up front. Yasha Ali is a good journalist. He's a good writer, and he's made himself a very important and influential guy, especially on Twitter. You know, he's broken stories, listen, he's the guy who broke the story last year about Fox News commentator Eric boiling, sending dick pics to a female colleague or colleagues at Fox News and Fox business network. And when he filed a $50 million defamation suit against him, Yoshi stood strong, didn't blink, and he said, you know what? I'm going to stand behind the accuracy of my story. I'm going to protect my sources and fuck you. And unfortunately, and this couldn't have made yasha feel great, but what are you going to do? Boiling sun died of a drug overdose, not too long after the story broke. Even with that awful news hanging over his head, y'all sure wouldn't buckle any protected his sources on a story he knew was right, given to him by sources he trusted implicitly. That's why I sometimes say journalism is a contact sport. You Asha was always also the first guy to get on Danny Masterson's ass for allegedly being a rapist. And as we all know, now that story ended up in the way that Netflix has gotten rid of Masterson. So that's the kind of journalism I love and live for. But what I fear is happening to yashar Ali and a lot of other guys is that they're starting to only attack one side of the fucking aisle. You know, Yoshi is unequivocally a liberal. He's a gay liberal and sorry that adjective has nothing to do with how I feel about the way he lives his fucking life. I don't care. I could give a shit. But it obviously has a lot to do with what stories he decides to cover and which ones he does it. And if he says otherwise, he's full of shit.
With ‘Jurassic World 3,’ dinosaurs rule again at box office
"Signs people are returning to theaters is the box office continues to rebound this summer I'm Ben Thomas Let's go to the movies Humans and dinosaurs can't coexist Jurassic World Dominion debuted at the top of the box office this weekend earning more than $143 million in North American ticket sales and with international showings Jurassic World three has already grossed 389 million prompting a universal executive to say we couldn't be happier Top Gun: Maverick dropped the second but it still brought in an estimated $50 million in its third weekend Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was third followed by the bombs burger movie and
Trish Reacts to the Depp-Heard Verdict
"Right, let's get to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard the trial of the century, right? I mean, my gosh, this thing. Was up way too much information. T am I guys? I really didn't want to know about all this. And I'm not someone who was glued to social media tracking it all but it still was all the incoming was a lot, right? I mean, I think we all, even if you're not following it just on the periphery, we got just inundated. With stuff, well, you know, basically I just didn't even really want to ever have to think about. So we now know way too much information about these two individuals, but I'm telling you what the jury did and what that decision came through. I think it's very important. At this particular time, in our culture, and I say that because there's a whole lot of accusations going on right now about everyone, right? And so what this tells you, and by the way, let me at least give you the verdict, the jury awarded 15 $1 million to Johnny Depp. So basically, he had a big win in this because he had said that miss heard, his former wife actually was acting with very deliberate malice when she published a big article in which she talked about being the victim of domestic abuse and it hurt his career. He wound up losing his Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. He was supposed to make a lot of money in that. And so consequently, he sued her for $50 million. She in turn, countersued with a $100 million lawsuit. What's interesting to me, at least from a sort of both legal and societal standpoint is that the jury's verdict in this and we'll see if it holds, right? Don't forget like this could go to an appeal, but the 7 member jury basically found that she did act with
No verdict yet in Depp-Heard trial; jury to return Wednesday
"Two days no verdict the jury returns for a third day of deliberations in the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial For I was Friday after a day off for a holiday 7 more hours in the books Tuesday with a third day of deliberations now on tap at stake in the case the reputation of both actors a win for Johnny Depp would at least in his mind clear his name of the stench of being a serial wife beater not to mention all the other sordid stuff Amber Heard has accused him of For her to validate her right to speak out as a survivor of domestic abuse and would silence depths online army that is attacked her at every turn during the trial then there's the money deck is suing for $50 million hertz countless suit is for a 100 million I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"$50 million" Discussed on WTOP
"A Brooklyn subway car It happened during the morning rush after a gunman filled that car with smoke and it started firing In all 16 were hurt police are not calling it terrorism Vladimir Putin vows that Russia's bloody offensive in Ukraine could continue until its goals are fulfilled Despite significant losses and a major withdrawal from part of the country Putin says the campaign is going as planned Meantime Ukraine is investigating a claim that a poisonous substance was dropped on its troops western officials warned that any chemical weapons used by Russia would be a serious escalation in an already devastating war Keep it here on WTO for more on these stories in just minutes In other news a star studded courtroom in fairfax today for opening statements in the Johnny Depp $50 million civil defamation suit Depp claims his ex-wife Amber Heard falsely portray him as abusive in an op-ed piece she published in The Washington Post in 2018 and it's impacted his career Hollywood studios don't want to deal with the public backlash from hiring someone accused of abuse Deputy Benjamin Shu heard's attorney Ben rotten born meanwhile claimed the whole case came about from dep Sanger Fine obsessed ex-husband hell bent on revenge The same anger he says caused him to abuse her in their relationship and along with substance abuse is the real reason Depp's career is suffering She has not suffered one cent of damages from this op-ed Curtis countersuing for defamation Michelle Morello WTO news Coming up next in money news As we head down the stretch Wall Street is riding on rough pavement and a popular active wear company takes a leap into the growing resale market I'm Steve dresner Two 18 Traffic and weather On the 8s with bob emler and the WT OP traffic setting Well on the billboard and French George is counting on the inner loop after root four X I'm loving the crash has been cleared all travel lanes are now open However and Montgomery county interleukin quite slow from old Georgetown road pass Connecticut avenue where there was a debris spill not sure if it was dirt and rocks but in any event I think they got most of it out of the roadway now but things are still a bit slow getting passed at all Near Connecticut avenue on the inner loop again starting at old Georgetown road That's where the waiting line begins On the Baltimore Washington Parkway northbound near route 32 it was the mobile work crew on the right side 95 is doing all right Two 70 north at Watkins mill there was a work zone there blocking the left lane now on the Virginia side Traffic is running pretty well for the most part Outer loop does slow getting to the Wilson bridge especially in the local lanes where there is a work zone and that is blocking the single lane is getting by just one lane is open on the outer loop and it's the through lanes actually where the work zone is on the outer loop on the Wilson bridge In the local lanes are actually getting by pretty well On 95 south only briefly slow getting into the aka Kwan started to build up just a little bit and woodbridge and beyond that the pace is good HDTVs build it forward in collaboration with Lowe's and 100 hometowns will select 5 local heroes for a surprise home renovation of their dreams It's this Saturday at 6 p.m. eastern on HGTV and discovery plus Bob himmler WTO traffic Oh my it's beautiful outside Here's chuck We have waited a long.
"$50 million" Discussed on WTOP
"No more No more mass shootings No more disrupting lives Don't worry creating heartbreak for people Just trying to live their lives as normal New Yorkers It has to end and ends now CBS News special report on Tom 40 And of course we will continue to bring you the very latest developments on this story throughout the day Stay with us In other news accusations of lying on both sides and opening statements today in the libel lawsuit between actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Depp is suing Amber Heard for $50 million over a 2018 Washington Post op-ed where he claims she referred to him as abusive Mister tap built a reputation as one of the most talented actors in Hollywood Today his name is associated with a lie That's attorney Benjamin Chu while herd's attorney Ben rottenberg says Depp is never mentioned in the op-ed He says he was abusive and Depp's actions including substance abuse are responsible for his career problems His career is in freefall but it's because of problems that he created Hurt his countersuing depth for defamation and seeking a $100 million Michelle Morello WTO news Funny news at 25 and 55 we go to Steve dresner Oh dab the fastened seat belt light has just gone on on Wall Street It's gonna be a rough choppy next two hours The Dow is currently down 16 Had been up there the entire day since the opening bell the NASDAQ flirting with positive numbers only up 17 Now the S&P 500 is currently off to .56 So do you have enough money to buy the nets with a value as top two just over $2 million no purchase price has been announced but the most recent sale of an MLB team from two years ago mets owner Steve Cohen paid $2.475 billion and the Kansas City Royals sold for sold for just over $1 billion Steve dresner WTO news A gunman opens fire on a Brooklyn subway at least ten people are shot We'll have the very latest details coming up for you One 56 Please don't test.
"$50 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If I'm not going to buy a $50 million Mark Rothko painting and this is an interesting piece of art history and introspecting piece of legal history and happens to be an interesting work of art itself That's good enough reason for me I ask Luke why knoedler bought so many paintings with almost zero provenance Just a story from glee rosales about an anonymous European collector Look insists the gallery did pressure Gloria to provide more information And rosales reaction is in essence he's an extremely private person He's not going to reveal his name And you have the work of art there And if you're comfortable with the work of art then this is in essence the story that's behind it And so how common is that for knoedler to be buying art with a story like that It is uncommon Remember knoedler was making a lot of money on this paintings Sometimes selling the fakes for more than ten times what it paid for them But look says that was for a good reason Knoedler got them and did an incredible amount of diligence to vet them Older claims it did two things to wear the paintings First it brought in experts The gallery says every one of them believed the paintings were authentic And during a civil lawsuit some testified that they did believe the works were real But other experts say they only saw the paintings briefly or that they didn't fully authenticate them Second the gallery says it did research on whether glei Fira was story about the anonymous collector was plausible Not if this story was true but it was plausible Look says they concluded it was The document production that knoedler made in this case was thousands and thousands and thousands of pages of research and memos and letters from what On the story But there was all fake What kind of research was that Sure You and I would have done.
"$50 million" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Point. This is a little fun but the point is in all seriousness. What do you think your funding when you pay a ransom of that size and is there a better way and maybe the better way is just to change the answer for everybody and change the economics of the bad guys. All right food for thought. Caleb barlow thanks for joining us. Thanks to all of our sponsors for making the cyber wire possible. Could your company benefit by reaching our large and influential audience. Send us a note at the cyber wire dot com slash sponsor..
"$50 million" Discussed on The CyberWire
"We're going to see the first cyber war in the first couple of minutes in next week netting and it's just going to be part of the whole but it's going to be very decisive. I think if you can disable the infrastructure of your opponent don't need to throw a bomb was true to single shot starting this that's oliver rochford from secure onyx. It's time to take a moment to tell you about our sponsor looking glass a global leader in cybersecurity. Just a quick glance at recent news reminds us that cyberthreat actors are becoming more sophisticated organized and deliberate the reputational financial and.
"$50 million" Discussed on The CyberWire
"Intrusion into a user's device. I think no ways a back door. i don't i don't understand. I really don't understand that characterization. Imagine imagine someone scanning images in the cloud. Well who knows what's being scanned for. In our case the database shipped on device people can see an. It's a single image. Across all countries we shipped the same software in china with the same database as we ship in america as we ship in europe. If someone were to come to apple apple would say no. But let's say you aren't confident you don't wanna you don't want to just rely on apple say now you want to be sure that apple couldn't get away with it if we said yes well. That was the bar we set for ourselves in releasing this kind of system there multiple levels of audit ability. and so. we're making sure that you don't have to trust anyone entity or even anyone country as far as how these images are what images are part of this process and of course go to the wall street journal to read and listen to the whole thing and finally. There's been another transition in the ransomware subsector of the criminal marketplace the record reports that the gang formerly known as cynic has released decryption keys for ransomware. It used between july twenty seventeen and the early of this year. It's not however as sign that. These cynic operators have grown conscience. They've simply rebranded. As e kata are retiring their old code and are moving on to new ransomware..