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Biden Purposely Set up Accounts to Avoid Medicare and Obamacare Taxes

Mark Levin

02:05 min | 1 d ago

Biden Purposely Set up Accounts to Avoid Medicare and Obamacare Taxes

"First birthing woman of the United States, actually birthing person in the United States and her dimwitted low EQ husband. They had their account and set up these two s corporations I've told you about before, and actually I learned about it from Christopher Jacobs, First in the Wall Street Journal, then on the Federalist. In order to avoid what in order to avoid paying Medicare and obamacare taxes. For two years at the height of their income. They didn't pay Medicare in obamacare taxes. Biden's families plan. Proposed using Some of the same money to pay for his new entitlement expansions that is Medicare money. And obamacare money, including expansion of obamacare subsidies, estimated to cost 163 billion over 10 years. That would siphon more than two thirds of the revenue that's supposed to be going towards Medicare, so he's going to bankrupt Medicare faster. But don't worry, we can always print He says. We've seen this gimmick before. Obamacare raided Medicare to the tune of 716 billion over a decade to pay for that laws, new entitlements by the way, the Supreme Court was happy without. Oh, sure, of course you can. Right there and constitution. Kathleen Sebelius than the secretary of Health and Human services infamously testified before Congress that there's 716 billion could both save Medicare while funding obamacare. Wow. Of course, that's Absolutely impossible. Only Washington politicians can claim with a straight face to spend the same money twice. Biden, who has spent the last half century in Washington wants to do just that. His budget takes a page out of the Obama play, but so now if you did this on your taxes You'll be going to prison. Now. If Donald Trump did this on his taxes, he be going to prison. Instead, Biden's doing it. On all of our taxes for the whole country, and he's being celebrated.

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Biden's $6T Budget: Social Spending, Taxes on Business

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden's $6T Budget: Social Spending, Taxes on Business

"Joe biden on friday unveiled six trillion dollar budget for next year. That's piled high with new safety net programs for the poor and middle class but his generosity depends on taxing corporations and the wealthy to keep the nation's spiking debt from spiralling out of control biden has already described in general terms major plans on infrastructure and he won a big victory on covid nineteen relief earlier this year. Friday's roll out incorporates. Those costs into the government's budget framework including social security and medicare providing a full of view of the administration's fiscal posture. The administration sees one point eight dollar deficit next year. And steadily accumulating federal debt that is topped twenty eight trillion dollars after well over five trillion dollars in already approved. Covert nineteen relief as a result. The government must borough roughly fifty cents of every dollar. It spends this year and next with the deficits growth largely unchecked biden would use proposed tax hikes on businesses and high earning people to power huge news social programs like universal prekindergarten lodge subsidies for childcare and guaranteed paid. Leave the best way to grow. Our economy is not from the top down but from the bottom up and the middle out biden said in his budget message. The budget incorporates the administration's eighteen year. Two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal. And it's one point. Eight trillion dollar. American families plan an adds details on his one point. Five trillion dollar request for annual operating expenditures for the pentagon and domestic agencies. Biden's a veteran of a long gone washington that fought bitterly in the eighties and nineties to wrestle the deficit under control huge deficits have yet to drive up. Interest rates as many fiscal hawks have feared however an genuine anti-deficit sentiment is difficult to find in either party

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"american families plan" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"american families plan" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Americans Families plan. It also adds details on his $1.5 trillion request for annual operating appropriations. For the Pentagon and domestic agencies. More from reporter Mary Sherman $6 trillion plan is already drawing fire from Republicans. Here's Congressman Steve Womack of Arkansas. I'm concerned that this excessive level of federal spending by the administration will lead to both inflation and massive debt that will hinder the recovery and burden future generations. However, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen noted that inflation adjusted spending has not increased in a decade. It's critically important that We have a responsible fiscal policy and not burden our Children and their Children with tax increases that will rob them of chances. T true prosperity. At a stop in Cleveland, Biden took a stab at Republicans who voted against the American rescue plan and then promoted it back home. Some people have no shit, but I'm happy. I'm happy they know that it benefited their constituents. Pacifica Network and Public News Service. I Mary Sherman. Seven collars have support with their financial donations thus far, three people on the line Thanks to Leah and Berkeley, Jon and Sandra fell. Anthony and San Jose and anonymous stoners and Fresno Oakland. Did Sandra fell 1 804 395732, the number in northern and Central California or the website kpfk dot or G'kar 8189855735 or the website? KPFK. If you're listening in Southern California, there is no tomorrow. We either get to our goal tonight. Or we don't get there. $8000 is the financial goal for the newscast tonight, and that's matching money can't let it lay on the table at the end of the hour. Please help us out. Trust you. Secretary Janet Yellen says that with the economic recovery, it's going to be bumpy, with high inflation readings, likely the last through the end of this year. But Yellen insists that the inflation pressures will be temporary, and if they do threaten to become embedded in the economy, the government does have the tools to address the threat. She testified this week before a House Appropriations subcommittee. Weekly unemployment claims fell to another pandemic Low and the U. S economy grew at a solid rate during Lee first economic Quarter of the year. William Dennis Low reports 406,000 people found for initial jobless claims last week, which is around 19,000, fewer than some analysts predicted. Smokes another pandemic Derulo but still remains well elevated compared to pre pandemic levels. Continuing jobless claims fell by 96,000. But there is still an estimated eight million fewer jobs today than prior to the pandemic. Meanwhile, a second revision for first quarter gross domestic product has been released. It was unchanged at 6.4%. Marking the second quickest pace of growth since 2003 William Denzel Oh New York, Montana Governor Greg GM Forte's announcement at the start of this month that his state would stop paying the higher pandemic related federal unemployment benefits set off a domino effect as other states followed suit. Eric take it off. Has that story. Under the American Rescue Plan Act, states could increase jobless benefits by $300 per week through early September with federal funds. Montana also allowed folks to receive them past the usual 13 week cut off while unemployment numbers have gone down in Montana, Andrew Stettner with the Progressive Century Foundation says there are still too many barriers to jobs for people. Such as lack of child care. We're happy that the economy it's recovered, but we don't return back to where we were overnight and that's really what this is. Ask people to do when there's not really enough time for them to be able to do so. The Century Foundation estimates the cut awful effect more than 31,000. Montana workers who now won't be getting some $154 million in federal funds. About half of U. S. States have followed Montana so far and cutting back benefits. Jean Forte says it will address a labor shortage as the state opens back up in place of benefits the state is offering returned to work bonuses of $1200. Through October, and Captain 12,500 workers for people who complete four weeks of a new job, according to Stettner. Bonuses are not a cost effective way to get people back to work for the long term wage subsidies, child care assistant transportation assistance, People may need some help fixing their car getting a new vehicle. For example, I'm all for those supportive services, but I think they should go alongside on plant benefits as part of a transition out of the state net. Stettner says. Business is also have a hand and enticing people back to work. Who's having trouble feeling job? Well, they're jobs that don't have benefits. They don't have consistent hours. They aren't paying a living wage maybe employees because they're looking in the mirror rather than blaming unemployed people. For what? We don't want to take your job. The enhanced unemployment benefits are slated to end on June 27th in Montana for big Sky connection. I'm Eric, Take it off. Once again. We are in the final 42 minutes of the fund drive here.

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President Joe Biden Proposes $6 Trillion Budget

The Sean Hannity Show

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

President Joe Biden Proposes $6 Trillion Budget

"Joe six trillion dollar man massive spending and Yeah let's hide all the power grab moves. Maneuvers were doomed behind the scenes. That didn't come up much last night. Door to the border come up last night. Either very interesting but six trillion dollars and that's just the down payment climate change. I think jobs american jobs plan put engineers and construction workers work building more energy efficient buildings and homes there simply no reason why the blades for wind turbines can't be building pittsburghers beijing. There's no reason. Why american workers can't league the world new production of electric vehicles in batters. There's no reason. How do we pay for my and family plan. I made it clear you do without increasing the deficit. Let's start with what. I will not to impose any tax increase on people making less than four hundred thousand dollars. But it's time for corporate america and the wealthiest one percent of americans have just began to pay their fair share. Mr share but wall street country. The middle class built the country and unions built the middle class. So that's why. I'm calling on congress to pass. Protect the right to organize the proactive. And send it to my desk so we can support the right to unionize and by the way you're thinking about sending things on my desk. Let's raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars. No one no one working forty hours a week working forty hours a week should live below the poverty line. We need to ensure greater inequity opportunity for women while we're doing this. Let's get the paycheck fairness act to my desk as well. Equal pay spent much too long. And if you wonder whether it's too long look behind you

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Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden lays out a six trillion dollar budget with new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and tax hikes for corporations and the wealthy president Joe Biden laid out a six trillion dollar budget for the twenty twenty two fiscal year Friday that adds new safety net programs for the poor and middle class and increases taxes on businesses and high earning people the budget incorporates the administration's eight year two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal and it's one point eight trillion dollar American families plan the budget also adds details on Biden's one point five trillion dollar request for annual operating expenditures for the Pentagon and domestic agencies despite the proposed tax hikes the budget would require the government to borrow roughly fifty cents of every dollar it spends this year and next Mike Rossi Washington

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Biden Budget to Run $1.8T Deficit to Finance Spending Plans

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden Budget to Run $1.8T Deficit to Finance Spending Plans

"President Biden is set to unveil a six trillion dollar budget proposal for next year which would include his infrastructure and jobs proposal along with new government spending that would further swell the federal deficit president Biden's budget blueprint will incorporate the two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal the one point eight trillion dollar American families plan and one point five trillion in new spending for the Pentagon and domestic agencies but scheduling a major budget rollout on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend is raising speculation the timing might be to downplay news that the deficit would run up one point eight trillion dollars despite a host of new tax increases totaling more than three trillion dollars under Biden's planned the public debt would exceed the size of the economy and soon a clips record levels of debt relative to gross domestic product that have stood since World War two hi Jackie Quinn

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"american families plan" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

05:51 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"If we were audited we'd be ask for this information almost immediately and here they're just saying okay. Let's give it to the irs upfront and this saves a lot of you know effort of selecting It's kind of a random where you get Randomly audited. they're not gonna. I pretty good on my taxes. So they're not gonna find any money there And so they could. They could select someone that maybe has more Is playing more games with the with the tax code. So i i guess the end goal here is that you add in like the tax credits. And then you're having the lower cost than some of the elements of college and or pre k. The goal is that part of this will be people saving money that will end up being going. That will end up going back into the economy. Yeah i think that's the that's part of what's happening here. I mean again. It's it's it's something we're hoping to dive into a little more deeply in the next couple of weeks but you have these higher taxes on the on the very rich people making more than a million dollars a year. It kind of frees up. So you're getting you're paying down the debt with that money And then to the burden of people down the income distribution now there. They don't have to pay that they can make real investments and so there's something here that to be said that hey some of this is shifting. Who's doing the the productive investment in the economy. You are or normal. People can now invest in in in you know. We can invest in space access. Things like that rather than just having to pay down a share of of the debt and that's meaningful here. We're joined by richard prisinzano director of policy analysis for the penn wharton budget model. So what's next on the agenda for you guys because we've had you on at so many frequent periods of time the information you're providing just phenomenal. So what's next in the agenda the big so. We're going to do a deeper dive on these taxes. I think will present some options for things like capital gains and kind of present. Some of the games that people can play and how closing certain polls kinda push in other areas and then again kind of think we wanna Think about this redistribution. So again you know. There's this talk of the the by administration being favored progressive. And i think that's bearing out in some of this and we really kinda wanna get in there and and and hopefully in the next couple of weeks will present that where it's like. Hey this is what we're seeing. These are the actions that at different people are taking know through the the income distribution. And and i think support that that the biden ministration is really this taking these progressive Actions it is interesting. I think with the american families plan here. Richard that I think a lot of people would say that some of the areas that are Focused on here are very important..

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"american families plan" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton

04:08 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton

"Richard prisinzano is director of policy analysis. For the penn wharton budget model and he joins us to discuss what they found out. Hi richard how are you. I'm doing great game. How about yourself. I'm good and i guess. I need to start with the headline number right off. The top president biden and the administration have called this a one point eight trillion dollar package. You say it's actually going to be more in the end. Tell us about this. Yes so i think you know. I think the bulk of the difference there is is to keep provisions at that. You mentioned the Pre two years of community college and the free universal pre-k so if we just go with the numbers that that the administration has put forward you know roughly twelve thousand and thirteen thousand dollars for universal pre-k and you and you talk about the number of kids that they're talking about five million a year and you do just demographic projection. You end up with more than the the money that they've allocated Same thing with with the community college. I think if you take the number of people that are in community college now and you have a take rates in terms of new people entering college again you end up with a bigger number than what they've allocated And that that's the bulk of the difference in our in our cost estimate Some other things kind of small differences but those those themselves account for about four hundred billion difference. Then we're going from two point five verses one point eight to two point one to point in which you know is as you know. I think it's is pretty close for the the numbers. We're talking about You know but those are those are the big the big differences and again i think the administration may have you know ideas. They expect the states to pick up some of that but the way that we felt we went with the policy universal pre-k and free college community college for everyone that that has a bigger cost than what they've they've put forth right. If you go by the lay the letter there they have to be responsible for all of it and said the states may pick it up. Pick up a portion of it at some point but at least on the on the the baseline information it would be a little bit of a higher number and again..

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Rep. Pramila Jayapal on What Progressives Think of Joe Biden Now

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

02:51 min | Last month

Rep. Pramila Jayapal on What Progressives Think of Joe Biden Now

"Congresswoman giant. Paul thank you very much. For coming to the podcast. It's great to be with you. Jonathan okay so. President biden just gave a joint session speech to the american people where he outlined a huge agenda. Very forward-looking agenda of for the american people in for his presidency. You're the chair of the progressive the congressional progressive caucus all during the campaign. All the talk was about. How progressives didn't want joe biden and wants to biden and got elected How progressives were going to be giving joe biden the blues and they're going to be fighting with him since you are the chair of the progressive caucus. What grade would you give him. Well you know what i have said. Is that progressives have helped define this moment. The campaign last year was an example of that the push over the last ten years for a fifteen dollars. Minimum wage by progressive says actually made mainstream today so jonathan i always say progressives are the first to the best and most just idea and then we have to push like hell to get everybody else there. But joe biden has risen to the moment And i think you know. He came into office recognizing the crises of racial inequality of the pandemic of unemployment. So many things that americans never thought we would see food lines around the block as he talked about in his speech and he has come out with a very bold agenda of very progressive agenda. He has taken the virus under control. in a way that you know we only had dreamed about last year but now two hundred million shots in arms in just ninety nine days we feel like there's a light at the end of the tunnel so so far joe biden has been doing a very good job on on the present in the presidency and now we just have to make sure that that continues that he leans into it just as much with the american jobs and families plan which by the way we want to be one package that he leans into even things that are going to be difficult which he has done with tax reform. But even bigger than that. Jonathan i think what progressives are most excited about is that finally there is a frame for the conversation that has been the progressive blends for a very long time and that is that government has the ability to really give opportunity and correct many of the wrongs that have been there before. And it is. The problem is not going to big. It is going to small. And i've heard those words come out of joe biden's rouse

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"american families plan" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Overwhelming thing but it's something we can all do together and he is And and the way that young people have just have come forward to join in this in this and the for colleen thank you so much and that final set of calls for this fifteen weeks series america. Are we ready. Kinda shows roof. Don't you think that the president has been active on a lot of fronts. Those early calls were all. He's not trump. But then we got to protecting western lands climate change the armenian genocide you mentioned vaccines and arms. It's been pretty active. Remarkably active and remarkably progressive given his traditional position within the democratic party. So what do the second hundred days hold in our last twenty seconds or so a a much bumpier road. I'm afraid i don't want what i want to be proven. Not correct but it. It's going to be more frustrating. At least we had that moment last night that we started the show with restarted one of the segments with where he said that he was standing in front of the speaker of the house and the vice president of the united states and they were both women for the first time in history should be noted right. I thought that was a great moment. Ruth marcus deputy editorial page editor opinion columnist for the washington post on domestic policy in politics. Thanks so much for joining us tonight. Thanks for having me happy.

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"american families plan" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

05:19 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"Think Remarkably well under the circumstances. The circumstances being A pandemic and Probably even more than that. Because i think people are feeling very good about his handling of the pandemic and the poll underscores that A very polarized country and so i think his approval rating very much mirrors The the vote and and people's views about President biden and the former guy as it were. And i think people are Given pause and understandably so a trillion here and a trillionaire and we're talking some real numbers by the scope of the president's proposals at the same time the individual poll remarkably well and so in one sense. I think they don't have to be. It's going to be so daunting Given the slim congressional majorities for the president to get the totality of his plans approved. I think the worry that he's going to do too much may not come to pass in terms of it. It will be so difficult to make it happen. Biden wants to be fdr. I don't know if you heard. Dr rouse the chair of his council of economic advisors in the previous segment citing that picture of fdr that biden hasn't his office but between the childcare and education pieces announce last night and the big expansion of home care for the elderly in the jobs. Act bill other things too but maybe these things very largely climate jobs is this. Fdr level stuff. I if it happens is absolutely fdr level stuff. I've been spending the last few hours. Rereading the first They're not as you guys know. They're not technically state of the union addresses but the first address to joint session By president biden's Most recent predecessors President trump's which was obviously different barack obama's w bush bill clinton's and the scope of Biden's proposals that energetic vision. He has for abroad. Federal government involvement the absence of expressed concerns which most of these previous addresses had had about the deficit are all really remarkable signs of a changed political environment and also a change democratic party on capping people expenses for daycare for children under five. This is maybe not the most comprehensible part of it right off. The bat people know it universal pre-k as people community colleges. But this could also be transformative for families. It seems to me so let me go over these numbers and you tell me what you think. They mean It would be no more than seven percent of your income up to one and a half times your state's median income d- that you would be eligible at that level so that's a lot a lot of confusing numbers right there but in plain english i think it means if you make the median income of america which is around eighty thousand dollars. You couldn't pay more than fifty six hundred dollars a year for daycare. That's a very small co pay for a whole year of daycare isn't it. Yes and anybody who knows that any income level for cost of daycare or finding and the complexities of finding daycare arrangements knows how daunting that is. Four women returning to work and how at a certain point. If you're going back to work for the reason that most people go to work which is to make the money to support your family at a certain point it becomes very very difficult to argue that it's financially sensible for you to go back to work so to the extent that you can do things to provide Not only affordable Daycare but also reliable daycare and.

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"american families plan" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

03:39 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

"We also have families of color who are in the bottom quintile In our rural areas. We know that a lot of households are struggling as well. So this this plan is really meant to ensure that everybody's participating in our economic growth. We really do believe that paired with the american jobs plan that what we're doing is investing in american productivity that we are trying to expand our output capacity and we're trying to ensure that increase growth is more widely shared how about the four additional years of public education. Two years a pre k. And two years of community college for anyone who wants it. The pre k. Is pretty self explanatory but on community college if the president is going that far two years why not go all the way to four years of free public college like bernie sanders ran for president on is a two years associate's degree even valuable enough for people that it's worth whatever the government would save on those third and fourth years. Well look fundamentally what these investments reflect is that if we going to increase growth we not only need to make investments in our infrastructure and having vatian we also have to invest in our people in our human capital. So yes you pointed out. It's well documented the benefits and the pre k. level starting early but we also know that those who go beyond a high school education. I'm including getting a certificate or an associate's degree to community college also are earning substantially more than those who do not. This is a really important start. Our community colleges are open door institutions there in almost every community and they're often the first stop for many people who are going on to even get a four year degree. You heard the clip of senator scott from the republican response. He objected to quote putting washington even more in the middle of your life from cradle to college unquote and objected to quote throwing money at certain issues because democrats think they know best. So what's your response to his response on those specific points. Well i guess the responses that we know that there's been disinvestment of the public sector in our economy over the past four years and that as a result we have unfinished business when it comes to our physical infrastructure when it comes to our human capital infrastructure we know that the private sector which is critically important nonetheless invest when it comes to innovation because they can't capture all the returns from their investments. We know that people left to their own devices. Don't invest in their their human capital and their own education Unless it's somewhat subsidized from the government. Because not only does the individual benefit from getting more schooling but we all benefit from that person's additional schooling. So this is not trying to be prescriptive what these plans are meant to do. Is to actually foster. The innovation to provide the incentive For individuals for businesses for states to make the kinds of investments. That we believe can actually foster Increase productivity urine economist not a political analyst. But it looks to me like the president is trying to go over the heads of republicans in congress to republican voting families who are also struggling enough to have these plans. Make a difference to them. They're struggling that much. So can you put this in. Republican families economic terms like they may hear our previous exchange on narrowing the racial income gap and think. That means. it'll take money away from them mostly white and give it to someone else..

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"american families plan" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

06:59 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"Being considered. It was already done so. How's this going to play out because a lot of this has tight to standardized testing so in general and just my experience right going to school you know if a kid is failing his subjects in his classes. Pretty likely you're going to have to be held back or try to make up some of those things but this is tied to standardized testing. So you have to wait till the next school year and take those tests. And then they'll decide if they have to go back and then do parents have any recourse. I noticed in your article. They can request. Good 'cause exemptions possibly to keep moving their their students forward but you know is that the only mechanism they have or remedying this. The biden administration this year has been really kind of flexible with these waivers. Some states have received standardized testing waivers. That say you don't have to test this year. Others have not received the waivers waivers have been rejected in part which means some states are moving ahead with their tests. It really all depends on what the federal government has said to each state education department. And whether or not these tests will be taken but a lot of states are moving forward with standardized testing this year and if so then third graders are going to be subject to the test and if their governments have not made a decision or their education. Departments have not made a decision about the retention. Then it's going to go forward as planned in. That could mean that you know a year without preparation for standardized tests. Even attest that some of the kids they doesn't even properly measure reading. Attainment could be used as the basis for a lot of these retention decision in terms of yet. he's good 'cause exemptions. I wanna be clear that in most states there is a way so it's not automatic. You know case close your held back like there are in many states ways to either boost. Grades attend summer school show. You're making some kind of effort to achieve and work with districts and school leaders. Kind of say. hey. I don't want this. I want to fight for my kid to move forward. This isn't the best thing for them. And kind of fight your way out or or chase down these good 'cause exemptions but in many cases these take a lot of time and effort and showing up to meetings after meetings and for a lot of working parents. It's not necessarily part of the plan. Proponents of these retention policies. They say it's not about holding kids back. It's about improving literacy but on the flip side of that when kids do get held back. There's a lot of self esteem issues that go along with it. They're stigma attached to it. You know or the kids being labeled dumb or slow or whatever the case may be. There's a lot that's attached to it by being held back and that could affect them in many ways down the line as well. I think thinking what the parents even the parents who made the decision to hold their kids back what they really want at the cise with me is that this should be a family decision and it should be a parental decision made in concert with school leaders and teachers and students. You know him or herself themselves to come to have the data research at hand say we know what could happen but we were making this decision because it is. What's right for us. At this time you know could be because of mental health issues this year or even in some cases per family. Say my child out on a year of sport. That could have been really important for scholarships or gaining sports opportunities in polish on the future. And so what folks told me is. This should be governmental decisions. It shouldn't be a decision made at the top level because a governor along baker wants to improve scores. This should be a decision based on the individual student. Because they're the ones that have to go through this and confront the stigma and some of the negative consequences attached you. As i mentioned the beginning just been very interested in how this has played out. I i saw it firsthand with my sister and dealing with her three kids all three of them had to do the remote learning. And i was just checking up on her constantly. How you guys doing. How are the kids doing just to see what their progress was and luckily they were. Okay i mean they were doing fine. I'm sure there is some deficit that they miss from being in person being taught in person but luckily they would do their lessons. And all that. But still i feel like they were missing a lot of stuff in and i talked to my sister about that. It was just very interested in that. In one of the parents you profiled in your article sonya thomas you know. She turned some of her experience into action with this. She went through this emotional complex kind of decision to hold her son back but she made it in concert with him to. He also agreed that they had to do it. But still she started an organization that would help other parents to deal with this type of thing as well fuck in such a tricky complex and emotional issue and it's only individual that but don't get harnesses was was that parents should at least have all the information data and policy fun of them that they can help make these decisions right like this is such a a really impactful and really hetty difficult decision. It's not that should we take the lately and it's not one should be seeking just looking at a couple of studies and saying oh this is going to have negative impacts on my kid forget it we are against it and that you know you really have to talk to your kid and take their interests into account and she said in her case the son was like i don't feel ready. I don't feel that. I'm reading on the same level my peers. I'm not ready to go into high school. A new high school during the pandemic with new virtual learning. And what not gonna know anyone and so they made the decision to keeping back and she said it's a decision. She does not regret by any means. But you know that being said. She said she respects everyone's ability to make the decision. That's right for them and that it shouldn't be up to the state to dictate whether or not a child needs to be held back in that. It should be something that's coming from the ground up harley citron education reporter at politico. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. A pleasure thank you. Don't forget to join us on social media at daily fahd on twitter daily podcast on facebook. We've us a comment. It was a rating and tell us the stories that you're interested in follow us on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you get your podcast. I'm oscar ramirez. And this is the daily dive weekend. Edition me me me me me. Also you the pharaoh. Fast forwards is favourite. Born film powder code or not okay. What's my line. The only line. I see here. Script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive man at the tongue I'm sorry i'm to need a few more minutes bull. This wall risk the bogus. Well risk the name your price tool only from progressive. The our nfl of the comatose coxswain risk casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law..

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Biden Kicks Off U.S. Tour in Georgia to Promote Economic Agenda

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:35 sec | Last month

Biden Kicks Off U.S. Tour in Georgia to Promote Economic Agenda

"To sell his infrastructure and family plans totaling about $6 Trillion. Here's a B C's Andy field. He held another drive in rally in Georgia supporters honking horns and approval for President Biden's rebuild America and families play. And as he explained how raising corporate and wealthy taxes will pay for it. I'm not trying to punish anyone. We got to make corporations making 40 billion Pain zero is just not right that pay for proposal giving a thumbs down for many Senate Republicans. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington On Beacon Hill, the state Senate votes to OK a

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The Arc's Nicole Jorwic Discusses President Biden's Care Economy Proposals

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

02:18 min | Last month

The Arc's Nicole Jorwic Discusses President Biden's Care Economy Proposals

"Let's go to first again. The american families plan as i noted the administration put out a fifteen page. Outline of it. I'll let you begin wherever though i'll prompt you buy There there's a fair number provision but the larger ones seem to be these three that i noted universal preschool free community. College expanding purring. So could you Provide some details regarding those sure. Sure so the the plan that came out the american families plan Is part of what they're they're calling working on the care economy and so the big focus was around making sure that we have expansion of college opportunities so that people can have more opportunities In terms of their future employment opportunities for nutritional systems there has been obviously a great deal of stress on state snap programs. A lot of people don't realize that how many people disabilities in aging adults rely on those nutritional benefits. So there's definitely Really important components there just like with the other plan that i know. We'll talk about there. Were not a ton of really specific policy Plans to operationalize these goals. But what was really important was to see that there is this focus on expanding. Exa child care Also the paid leave provision are extremely important very also very glad to see a house. Committee released a new proposal this week as well. The pandemic has obviously left family scrambling trying to make impossible choices between work and being there for families family members who lost services and we've really known disability community but also with childcare that we all need to come together because too often whether we're talking about nutritional assistance or Better education and community college. Childcare paid leave or the other she that we're going talk about which is Care for people with disabilities in aging adult so often those issues were fighting for scraps at the bottom and so the fact that all of these issues are being addressed. Either through the american families plan or the american jobs plan is really going to be a huge economic recovery peace and also a huge boost to the care economy. That's so greatly needed.

"american families plan" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

03:25 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"To deconstructed. Thanks for having me. Thanks for joining us. You know as somebody who has spent so much time you know thinking in writing about these particular policies. What's it like for them to actually be talked about in a mainstream way like this You know it is exciting You know this is the area where the us welfare-state lags the rest of the world by the most. I'm obviously on every facet of our welfare state. We are usually not You know near the top of but this is one where we just big holes missing. You know we've got pensions for old people and disability benefits. We really don't have child care benefits. We don't have paid leave benefits until recently. We didn't have child allowance but at least partially extended to the poorest so to see us sort of fill out the welfare state Topically is exciting that the child tax credit is already in law for one year This extends it through twenty twenty-five. What do you think of that timeline. And also what do they need to do to fix the child tax credit. Yeah so one. One thing i've been trying to bring attention to is we do. We have to tax credits for families with children that are basically for for almost exclusively families children. You've got the child tax credit and you've got the earned income tax credit for the child tax credit. They made it so that the poorest people could now get it previously. If you didn't have enough money you couldn't get it. They did not do that for the earned income tax credit. So we've kind of caught ourselves in an interesting situation where sort of half the benefit amount is still not available to the poorest kids. And i've kind of been pushing to say look whatever other problems exist with this structure. We should at least extend the t. c. down just like we extended the cdc down And we are not seeing that in this proposal. So you know that's a letdown. And then like you said they're letting the benefit cut down from three thousand per kid to one thousand per kid in twenty twenty six. That's how they're setting it up there they're sort of pre scheduling massive cuts to the program in twenty twenty six as a budget gimmick to kind of get the number down in the tenure cbo scoring window. And yeah that seems like a really bad idea. Twenty twenty six. We'll have had a presidential election by then will had to congressional elections by then. You have no idea what that's going to look like so for for something. That is our first time that we in the longtime that were really giving kind of unconditional cash benefits to the poorest families and then to set that up to expire You know kind of play. Chicken with in five six years is not inspiring and part of it is a function of the artificial a construct of the reconciliation process. That you know it. It's supposed to expire in ten years though if you have paid for you can make policies permanent but also the artificial construct around what we're not gonna spend more than x amount and you have you know competing factions both in congress and the white house who say well if we if we make that permanent then. We can't do the hundreds of billions for these other programs that we wanna put into this i. It's impossible to say where we'll be in twenty twenty-five but like you said there will be several congressional elections very likely that they lose the house in one of those also possible. They lose the white house. What's your sense of how likely this is to be adopted by republicans..

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"american families plan" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

01:44 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"Month. So if you want your copy go to the intercept dot com slash give and make a donation to support the show does the intercept dot com slash. Give okay to take a closer look at the american families plan. I'm joined now by matt. Bruning matt founded the progressive think tank people's policy project which relies largely on small donors in early two thousand nine hundred and put out what he called the family fund. Pack sweeping set of policies aimed at making raising kids in america somewhat. Less impossible than it is. Today he modeled the policies in the most effective programs in operation europe and asia. At the time it seemed like a nice thing to talk about but not the kind of thing that a country has barbaric is ours might actually take up and pass into law. Matt is also the co host with his wife. Liz brunner of.

"american families plan" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

02:55 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"Option and lowering the medicare age to sixty. Neither of those made it in as listeners of this show now its founding host. Many hossen left to host his own show with nbc on wednesday. He interviewed biden spokesperson korean. Jean-pierre i wanna play a bit of their interaction as it comes to healthcare biden said this president biden has said this over and over again he believes healthcare is a right not a privilege which is why he expanded the open enrollment for aca than five hundred thousand people signed up have signed up for it. he has been wanting to make sure with with the american rescue plan that we lower the cost of premiums when it comes to aca so we re done a lot more young ben jones show jumping. You'll my guest guest have to jump into they've healthcare is a right if healthcare is a right that many people listening would say it should be free. You shouldn't have to pay for if it's a right. And if you don't support medicare which we know he doesn't at least support lowering the medicaid. Bring more people into medicare from fifty five dollars and i get that. I hear what you're saying that he would joe biden has been pretty clear. He wants to take incremental steps where he wants to make sure that we take those steps forward and bring people along. I mean this is what we're talking about. How polarizing this country is you. You started saying that at the beginning of this segment. One of the things about joe biden that one of the reasons i would say he won is because people knew he would bring the country together to say. The biden wants to move incrementally interesting now. Lowering the age incrementally down to sixty of course is by definition incremental. But she's hinting at a larger phenomenon was biden here. He is proposing his second multi trillion dollar plan. One that would be transformative for kids and their parents but because of his moderate brand not only is he able to sell it as incremental his going to get slammed for not including more such as the lowering of the medicare age. And i'm happy to join in on that because there's really no good reason. He shouldn't included people between the ages of sixty and sixty five face. Extreme age discrimination the job market and way too often have to put off treatment or tests for years waiting for medicare to kick in. That's cruel and it should be stopped. Nancy pelosi however has pushed the white house hard not to lower the age and instead to invest its energy and strengthening the obamacare exchanges which she considers her legacy in a fifty fifty senate by needs to vote of bernie sanders though and we'll find out whether he and progressives in the house are ready to play hardball.

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Biden Delivers His First Joint Address to Congress

Radio Specials

00:55 sec | Last month

Biden Delivers His First Joint Address to Congress

"Address to Congress as NPR's miles. Parks reports buying used his roughly 65 minute speech to celebrate US vaccination efforts. And to promote his infrastructure and American family plans. President Biden argued that the U. S needs to tax wealthier Americans more and use that money to create infrastructure jobs and support child care and education for blue collar and middle class Americans. The U. S is also now administered more than 220 million covert vaccine shots. And Biden painted a picture of a country on the road to recovery now. After just 100 days. I can report to the nation. America is on the move again, Biting, mentioned the capital insurrection at the end of his speech and said he has never been Mork confident in American democracy. Miles parks. NPR NEWS Washington U. S Senator Tim

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"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

01:33 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Don't forget tonight. The glenn back tv special tonight is going to be reaction. Live reaction to biden's big speech. We've got glenn beck and mark. Levin is going to be joining him Also the most famous person. Probably on this network. Jason botterill is going to be hurt. He's going to be there words on the street walk through the front gate doors. Enrolling might have asked for selfie. Glenn we'll be joined by jason. I think is going to be there. They're going to have steep days on. They will all be giving their reaction to biden's big speech. You know they call it a big speech on here by the way it's eight central nine eastern. You can find it all beliefs to be an youtube. They call it a big speech on here. But i don't is it gonna be a big speech. I don't that's probably the latest. He stayed up in a while. They're gonna give him extra pudding. You did a great job joe. You get extra tapioca tonight when we put to bed sweetheart. So so what are the odds that the next one to two days after the speech. He's just not seeing much recovery. Act sand all right. don't cover we will cover tomorrow. Thanks for listening to the news. White matters we hope you enjoyed the podcast. If you'd like to the program become a blaze. Tv subscriber and start your free trial now at blaze. Tv dot com..

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"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

06:30 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Is under fire. I feel like he's under fire everyday for something new leftist think that they can cancel him. You're not going to cancel joe rogan. If you've noticed yet he is on cancelable but they are trying to get him removed from spotify after he dared suggests that healthy young people should. Maybe i dunno not get because nineteen vaccine. Which by the way has not been. Fda approved only authorized for use. But how dare he suggests that. Maybe we should look more into it. I don't know do more science on it. Here is the joe rogan clip. He is in so much trouble for people. Say do you think it's safe to get vaccinated. I've said yes. I think for the most part. It's safe to get vaccinated. I do i do. But if you're like twenty one years old and you say to me get vaccinated. I know you. Are you healthy. healthy person. like look. Don't do anything stupid but you should take care of yourself. You should if you're if you're a healthy person and you're exercising all the time when you're young and you're eating well and like i don't think you need to worry about this but even saying that i'm not going to inject my child with the vaccine is controversial. It's crazy because again we are not talking about even the flu that we just found out killed. Twenty two thousand people here. We're not talking about that. We're talking about something. That is not statistically dangerous for children u. james alvarez which is crazy to me which which by the way speaking of this not being statistically this is not a danger to children the flu is the flu very much is more like a way more. Children die from the flu every year than cove in nineteen. Which is you know again. I know they're going to be these random cases every you know every once in a while this child died. It happened right exactly. There's an article and it makes it sound like there while the kids are dropping like flies to covid nineteen. That is not the case. If anyone has lost their child. I trust me. My heart goes out to you but again like it is not a one size fits all solution certainly not when you're talking about like a statistically insignificant number of who are even showing symptoms of this virus and now the left can't handle it they can't handle someone sharing their own opinions about their science religion really but all this does is it highlights. How that's exactly what it is like a religious soda clings. I'd say that they're in the coal and they respond like that. That's why it's not about being truthful. They don't like like people when you look at. I know they like to say that. It's mr lavar burton Its consequence culture and it's not cancel culture. No that's exactly what it is because they don't like the fact that there are people that are in positions of influence that say things that are to the opposite or the antithesis of their little coat so they want them completely removed now. of course. it's all good. You can say things that are under questioned all day long so as long as it allies with them. What he saying makes all the sense in the world. You don't have to take were for anything. Go look at data everywhere. Not just in america and the individual states go look at them everywhere and what you will see. Is that dad. Age and health demographic he's referring to it's almost zero in terms of if you at in the grand scheme grand scale when it comes to the impact that they're being hospitalized or dying from in fact you can go excellent older than that and he said healthy by the way he didn't say blanco's healthy no exactly so it's nothing even egregious about what it was that he said but that in itself is. The problem is that joe. Rogan is a person of influence. He's impactful he's culturally relevant when you say his is not just. A show is Context with the remaining everything you have seen. He's very influential man and they don't like influential people. That's what this whole cancel culture. If that's what you wanna call it whatever you wanna call people just being completely removed from the face of the earth without being removed from an a face of the earth. What they want is to get people off of platforms be influence or where they have influence. Because god forbid people actually listen to you. And you're saying something aside from their little handlers jason. It is interesting because You know you want to talk about people. Promoting vaccine hesitancy. I i feel like it would probably be people like oh. I don't know joy reid who said i'm fully vaccinated by still wore masks to go jogging. It's like the they're the ones who are promoting the vaccine hesitancy. Not joe rogan. I mean joe. Rogan is saying. I mean sure you might need to get the vaccine but if you're this criteria don't je joy reid like yeah. I got the vaccine. But i wear masks like why the hell am. I going to get the vaccine. So if you're colt was just about the virus and just about getting everyone is possible vaccinated. You wouldn't say. I still wear to mass every day. Even though i'm excited you would say. Hey i got vaccinated. I'm not wearing a damn my life. It's changed my life. Everyone get vaccinated. You can live exactly just as happy as i like. Never even happened right at that. Was your colt. that is what you would say. But that's not their colt their coldest call to control. And that's what it's all about. They look what they're doing and this is sad. You see this in texas Every day now it's daily life. This is that's how in doctrine these people are the bible. Nutrition perpetuated pandemic panic. That's what they're doing right now. That's operation perpetuate pandemic panic. Now why are they doing that. Well because they're they're putting you in a constant state of. I'm scared i needed to do exactly what you're telling me to do. Not now we did that. Now tell me what do we need to be. Okay great now. What we know four trillion dollars for for all agree new fine. Here's the deal do this. That's what this is all about. I walk through like target walmart. Whatever all these stores. And i'll see people like that. Are young kids like i don't know what their personal maybe. Maybe they have someone at risk. Like if i have somebody at risk i'm probably wearing a mask to because i don't wanna i don't wanna catch. I'm not worried about being worried about them. But they're all still wearing masks. They're all still scared they don't even have to. It's the damn masks off your children. People we go to break. We'll be back in the second and hey.

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"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

07:43 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"All right let's talk about the The the ban on the cigarettes that is coming down the pipe now. The report is that the white house is expected to ban menthol cigarettes. Now it's weird on its face. You're like why menthols what is going on. So the argument of course is that it is disproportionately harming community. Because it's like. What like three quarters of menthol cigarette users are african. American and cigarettes are very very smart. I mean they target certain commute right on purpose. What does damned so they say. It's so the blacks have been disproportionately hurt by cigarettes by the menthol cigarettes. Which they say are harder to stop and more addictive because of the menthol and then on top of that it's very similar to the The vaping The flavored tobacco the flavored vaping says just like the fruit flavor so they wanted to ban it for young people because they think that it attracts young people. Encourages them Chew to smoke menthol cigarettes. So i just wanna say Eric you're welcome all the white people wanna say you're welcome but they're here to look out for you eric. The black man who can't make decisions for themselves the biden administration which has a history of supporting the drug war doubling down on just that though people won't generally look at that as such because this isn't like a prohibition effort when it comes to like cocaine or something of that nature but it's going to be basically the same effect when you turn twenty million people or so into criminals overnight because you wanna ban. Menthol cigarettes is not like they're going to end up being completely remove. I'm pretty sure mexican cartels are looking at this like. Oh yeah we get paid tonight because that's all that that that it benefits. It is an interesting thing because of course though they're trying to save suppose lead the only reason why something can be bad. There's these days we have to look at it in terms of its disproportionate. Does it impact black people. More than that's bad if that in itself is bad because a representation reasons but nonetheless looking at that that all does criminalize people. In the event that they. You're talking about an all-out ban. Any they possessed the menthol cigarette. So what you're going to end up with is more conflict with of cost. The police that they supposedly hate wanted to be fun And they want to get off black people's knicks. What you're doing right now is ensuring police conflict and even the aclu this point. They brought up a garden for those of you. That don't remember. He didn't have necessarily they. Do what menthol cigarettes. But he was choked out for selling loose cigarettes. So this idea that that can't end up in your death or end up with more police conflict with something that is you know it's funny. It's come from the party of my body my choice so so so often. And now they're wanting to ban Stop black people. They got to say black people from themselves because they smoke in these menthol cigarettes with a which are of course a bathroom and they don't know any better so and because they're you know they're targeting not smart enough to to really assess if this is something that they wanna take a risk and they wanna do but this is joe biden or rather his administration doing exactly what they have historically done to act like ever. The democratic party has been the anti drug antidrug more so the anti-drug war party is completely non sensical. But this is exactly what you should expect. When you consider. Mr chrome chrome beulah. Joe biden not just him but commonly she loves locking know. Thank god for all these white liberals and how they get to pick and choose. What's recess out there and you know how they get to pick and choose you know how to take care of the black man. You know what i mean. Because we can't take care of them so can't get they don't know how to get stupid. I can't either. And i don't know how to get on a computer and find vaccine site. I mean we're just two students so how people that are this i. It's hard to even fathom how they're popular and how they're controlling government right now. They're so obviously racist there so obviously pandering. how how. How do they have any support whatsoever. They're they're considered the virtuous wants twenty is going to look like you really do because i mean you hear this and i'm like look. There are some stupid americans. But i have a hard time believing there. Are that many stupid americans who don't see through this. You have to wonder if most of it was just get president trump out and then maybe burn itself in twenty two. That's what i was saying earlier. It's like these are the exact same policies that ushered in this huge shock upset of donald trump this route. They're taking something bad making it double bad and expecting a different outcome. Yeah like i i. It's hard to fathom this mental thing. I'm sorry this really gets under. My skin is really gets under my skin. You guys a bunch of nerds probably went to colombia or or whatever What's the really in california berkeley or something like that and they're looking through all these stats and they're hoping the fine disparities in certain areas lewis. Notice what they do. Oh that's all they do their praying for it and they're going through in their bosses like i don't care how ridiculous it looks just if you find something. Put it on my desk. Mughal cigarettes racist biden's ready to sign the bill. This obsession is with disparity. And that's what happens with that. Is they are so focused on trying to look at things and find if there is an overall underrepresentation which is of course nonsense when you consider not only how much we differ between the individual racist or gender or sexuality and all of that all of course different there but this idea that there will ever be equal workers tation anything. It's going to bleed not as the great tomasulo. Once in the same man is equal to himself on different days but they are so obsessed and they committed to this obviously as a game plan there all the way in on this eyeball talking scout the ns. They have nothing else to go for two. Which is why that's all you see whether it'd be if you look at whatever. I don't know commercials that are talking about the disparity well x. percentage of this Disproportionate lip so tired of their term impacted. And they feel as if the response has to be a nanny state right to net to baby you because of course you know better and unfortunately what it does is it assumes that that came about due to some sort of mishap around doing right which is simply not always true. Not saying that it isn't it can't be in some cases but to act like some instances disparity aren't voluntarily arrived is again nonsense. Yeah all right. We've got more to come. I went to think our sponsor kitty pool club. Let's kitty cat. Which i happen to be like a crazy cat lady kind of and i love my cats and i keep asking my husband if we can have more and more and more of them but what i don't love is the whole litter box thing i get it. It's a pain. It's gross all right. But that's where kitty pu club comes in kiddy pu club takes care of the more unpleasant parts of cat ownership so they are all in one litterbox solution It's very convenient. They send you. A affordable high-quality recyclable.

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"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

02:38 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"What he was doing is just like oh well. Trump did it. So it's bad some of the things they had to backtrack on the wall they leave one to start rebuilding the wall now. A lotta oh crap. Maybe we shouldn't have done that. Stage play wasn't such a good idea. I tell you what i think. The democrats are scared to death of trump running. Again and trump is a phenomenon he really is. I mean he has. He grabbed a large portion of the of the of the country flipped actually flipped and they don't talk about this. A lot of flipped obama voters. He brought him people that voted for obama and then when he came along. Said i can't deal with this craziness and went and voted for trump normally. they wouldn't voted for trump. Those things are haven't gone away so everything biden is doing. He's doing everything. That biden obama set in motion. He's not doing it times too. So he's doubling down on. Everything biden wanted to talk about like the. You're reading off the list of stuff in his in his plan. These talk about tonight. Basically doubling down obamacare. That's the most hilarious leftist thing ever. So they'll like propose something it fails catastrophically broken. But then they're like let's do more of it. Yeah maybe we throw more government so government. Just keep spending money on something. When it's ben chilly it'll work. It'll stop setting fire. vinci snuffed. The fire out. Maybe every funny how government works like that where no matter how many times they fail. There's no problem definitely with their thoughts here and there. There's absolutely no problem that they look at it. They don't think they could just spend more money to fix amazing amazing. All right. we gotta take a break. I want to thank our sponsor built bar so if you are not yet one of you know what we talk about. Colts all the time and political colts. This is a colt you actually want to be a part of. Its the bar coal. Okay if you have not yet joined you have to. It is the world's best tasting protein bar you will ever ever have. It's covered in one hundred percent chocolate And so if you're eating another protein bar which by the way probably tastes like cardboard. I would advise you to go onto built bar dot com right now. Go look at all of their flavors. They've got Salted caramel they've got dark chocolate chip cookie dough. They've got coconut brownie chunk they have got all of these amazing flavors and it tastes like you're eating a candy bar but you're eating something that is going to be healthy for you. It's high in protein. It's high in fiber. It's low in calories if low in carbs. I promise you you're gonna love it. Okay you can go to built bar dot com use promo code news fifteen right now to say fifteen percent off of your next order. It is news. Fifteen at built barbie..

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"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

06:51 min | Last month

"american families plan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"What this spending that's part of it. That's most of it fair. This isn't anything that started yesterday. Also enclosed when you consider the last year your last president in what he authorized in terms of the stimulus. And you're talking two trillion dollars multiple time more to trillions of dollars. The fact that people think that there's absolutely going to be no consequences of this goes to show that. Most people are economically illiterate. Unfortunately they get to vote but this is not a sustainable thing. You are actively devaluing people's money in the process in addition to of course wanting to steal more from them via taxation. So we'll be with that don't seem to understand what that exactly means because the money of course is not there and they will spend money by deficit spending that means that they are robbing future generations. So they're stealing from you your kids and your kids kids which is why i constantly worth that. That is not a sustainable thing and to act. Like there's going to be absolutely zero kickback from this as reckless. It's silly but it's something that if these republicans claim to value liberty so much which is bullcrap. I know it is. They wouldn't ever let it get to this point but unfortunately we are where we had because they have either aided in it or been useless in terms of stopping it for the most part. They have absolutely hated in with welfare. Spending wolf wear state is be through corporate through social. They've been right there with. Its and it's basically money that isn't there and all they get to do. Every single year is basically spend money that of course they stole from you and money that they don't have and they argue on things where the money needs to go essentially what happened instead of you keeping all of it for that matter or at the very minimum most. I do think that at some point we know we talk about bubbles and at some point has to burst. We all know that how difficult that's going to be on people don't yet to be determined but it's something that you need to be taken seriously. Which is why. I'm always telling folks to invest in other things. Be it in Not just with property. I'm talking like bitcoin. I'm talking those other things to help yourself out because this is not a sustainable thing. At some point this bubble has to burst. And y'all need to be taken seriously. Look republicans or the people who generally support them. I've been yelling for a very long time. I think that people rather if you put at the top of their platform. Let's say republican party. I think what needs to move immediately if if we want to. At least try to stop this. If you think that they have an out of caring about liberty their bodies moving to the top of the list needs to be this decentralisation not trying to get the right people to spend money in the ways that they want it. no. I'm saying pulling the absolute from these people because you're saying right now that it doesn't matter who is really an office but it's much spin spin spin tax tax tax spending even if you don't have it and you can't taxi that is reckless and at some point bubble's going to pop and you're gonna see a lot of american people a lot of american families that are the savings is going to be gone and not just that they're not gonna have anything to absolutely dip in whether it'd be with the goods. Or what have you been created by someone else being able to exchange and this is something that is not sustainable. Now i want the american people to really start. Start taking it so seriously. It is interesting to eric's jason You know when president obama was an office it seemed to be a talking point of the republicans all time look at how much we're spending look at the deficit look at the debt and then president trump came through and love them or hate him. I loved the guy. I voted for him this last time around. But he didn't care about spending. That was not something that he was concerned about an belt a lot like all the republicans just went. Yeah you know what. We never really cared about that either. That's fine yeah. Republicans are straight up and hypocrites when it comes to fiscal responsibility and they are not conservatives. And i'm going to go. Yeah yo they love to talk about it. When obama was spending money he went from twenty trillion deficit to our debt to i think twenty seven trillion but george w bush was far worse he took. I think ten was it. I think it was around an eight trillion or something like that and went to twenty. He was far worse. Granted that was nine eleven and all that stuff but It just i mean everything has snowballed really since one thousand nine hundred sixty s when we became. The you know the prototypical welfare state ever since then. There has been no push pull. It has been getting progressively progressively worse. Hell richard nixon was one of the worst. I think about the time he left office. I think he increased by like about one hundred to two hundred billion up to around four hundred and sixty bill. How do i. I'm such a nerd around four hundred and sixty billion dollars. So richard nixon republican He was one of the worst. George w bush one of the worst obama. Yeah he was bad. He wasn't one of the worst record amounts of printing. But you would think so. By the way that the republicans sounded the alarm whenever they were so concerned about it then donald trump. I remember there was an interviewer. He was like yeah he. He said we're not a rich nation were debtor nation. I think that was his quote and he said that he could fix it very soon. That sounds very. it'll be the best fixing fixing however but yeah. He said he could fix it soon. We'll know he added onto that he was a he and we knew that was going to happen because he. He's a spender right. That's yeah Unsustainable like eric said and we've been on that trajectory for a very long time when you look at when i look at all of those you know some of the president's of added so much. The national debt woodrow. Wilson probably kicked it off. Fdr insane spender. think about. Some of the things were going on. There was crisis global crisis world war one war to the great depression george w bush great recession into obama. They're spending an all the forever wars in between we're spending right now and what biden will probably propose right now is as if this is some crazy crisis that's going on like a global war greenwich pandemic and all that stuff situations that they kind of let us into. We didn't have to be you know where we're at right now. But they are spending like we are in a major global conflict or war and that's a trend. That's gone on for a long time now. How bad is it going to get. I don't know but yeah it's probably starts tonight. And this is their big sales pitch. I'm worried i am maury. I don't even know what to start taking this seriously. Like not just went obama Santana.

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Biden to pitch sweeping 'family plan' in speech to Congress

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Biden to pitch sweeping 'family plan' in speech to Congress

"In tonight's speech to Congress president Biden will pitch a plan that would fundamentally transform government's role in American life it's a one point eight trillion dollar investment in what the White House calls human infrastructure a sweeping plan for universal preschool free community college billions for child care and monthly payments to parents the kinds of policies that deal with human infrastructure are just as important as roads and bridges top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says it's the kind of thing America should have been doing for years G. O. P. chief Mitch McConnell sees it as another democratic spending spree another multi trillion dollar smorgasbord of liberal social engineering that would decimate entire industries the president pitches paying for the plan through tax blues on the wealthy Sager AMAG ani Washington

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"american families plan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"american families plan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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Here's What's in Biden's American Families Plan

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Here's What's in Biden's American Families Plan

"american families plan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"american families plan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The American families plan, which will focus on investing in child care and education. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki was asked what the next 100 days would hold. Well, first. We certainly believe we're still going toe be at war with the virus on bears more work to be done to get the virus in her control to meet people where they are to get people vaccinated. Who May not be confident in the efficacy at this point in time, she says they will work to get the American jobs plan passed on will also be focused on police reform as well as climate change policies. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News that the president hailed the new guidance from the CDC that said, vaccinated people can gather without masks outside in small group while we still have a long way to go on this fight A lot of work to do in May in June to get us to July 4th. We've made stunning progress because of all of youse American people that the president said. We still be to be vigilant and ask those who have not yet been vaccinated to do so. Despite at eight p.m. curfew, some protesters remain on the street in those of this city, North Carolina. As the FBI and local authorities investigate the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. A black man killed by police last week. The family today released results of an independent autopsy Yesterday. I said he was executed is just report. Show me that was correct. Brown son, Khalil Therapy. Police has said they were trying to serve a warrant based on information that Brown was selling drugs. The hearing set for tomorrow to determine whether police body cam footage.

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Biden Will Outline 'American Families Plan' in Speech to Congress

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Biden Will Outline 'American Families Plan' in Speech to Congress

"Is expected to provide more details about President Biden's American families plan this week. NPR's Aisha Roscoe reports The proposal will likely focus on issues like child care, paid family leave and education. This plan is supposed to be the centerpiece of President Biden's speech to Congress this week. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the goal is to give families relief. This will be in addition to Biden's more than $2 trillion plan for investments and upgrading US infrastructure. But some Republicans and Democrats have already said that's too expensive.

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Biden Focuses on Capital-Gains Taxes

The Young Turks

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Biden Focuses on Capital-Gains Taxes

"Is going to be seeking new taxes on the rich including a near doubling of the capital gains tax for people earning more than one million dollars a year to pay for the next phase in his four trillion dollar plan to reshape the american economy. He will also propose raising its marginal income tax rate to thirty nine point. Six percent from thirty seven percent. Dear god the level it was cut to by president. Donald trump's tax overhaul back in two thousand seventeen We are expecting that is going to be the full proposal gonna come out next week. As part of his american families plan which would provide for paid family leave and free community college among other priorities. The white house has insisted the plan will not raise taxes on middle or low income americans which is reassuring to them. But we're concerned about the over emotional rich so let's go to some of the initial reactions That were had on. The larry kudlow show jimmy area. That capital gains came out. I wasn quick enough. I'm telling you. I had to read that headline about four times before i actually believed it. Felt like i was in some sort of weird daydream. It is there is absolutely no coaching. That can be made by anybody. In defensive doubling doubling more than doubling the capital gains tax. It's just as they know full. Well that not only will it not gain any more tax receipts from it. They've that side of the aisle has admitted that several different times it is such an economic negative. And i think in the long term you can actually even make a neutral argument for the stock market in the long term are more reluctant to sell to take it in the near term. They've probably some will want to sell to take advantage of the current capital gains and arguing with people. Some people were very smart. Economists saying oh this will never pass. I don't care it's been out there by the president united states a completely absolutely asinine tax. It just it made me sad more than

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Biden to Propose Nearly Doubling Capital Gains Tax for Wealthy

The Breakdown with NLW

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Biden to Propose Nearly Doubling Capital Gains Tax for Wealthy

"Yesterday the big news story was biden's intended increase in the capital. gains tax. President biden is set to propose nearly doubling the capital gains tax rate to thirty nine point six percent. The stated goal of this is to pay for social spending that addresses inequality urban brookings suggests that it would raise three hundred and seventy billion dollars over a decade for those making a million dollars or more of the new top rate when combined with the obamacare levy would be forty three point four percent. That's supposed to a current base rate of twenty percents and it's even worse for new yorkers and californians where new york would be as high as fifty two point two two percent and california would see taxes of fifty six point seven percent. These central political argument will be wages and well should be treated same on one. Side versus investment capital encourages the development of the infrastructure of the future on the other side. What's clear is that the stock market does not like this. It slid the most that it has a month. of course. this isn't yet official. Biden will detail. His american families plan in joint address to congress on april twenty eight th that will include whatever final proposal is.

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Capital-Gains Tax Hike Is on Biden's Radar

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Capital-Gains Tax Hike Is on Biden's Radar

"Yesterday the big news story was biden's intended increase in the capital. gains tax. President biden is set to propose nearly doubling the capital gains tax rate to thirty nine point six percent. The stated goal of this is to pay for social spending that addresses inequality urban brookings suggests that it would raise three hundred and seventy billion dollars over a decade for those making a million dollars or more of the new top rate when combined with the obamacare levy would be forty three point four percent. That's supposed to a current base rate of twenty percents and it's even worse for new yorkers and californians where new york would be as high as fifty two point two two percent and california would see taxes of fifty six point seven percent. These central political argument will be wages and well should be treated same on one. Side versus investment capital encourages the development of the infrastructure of the future on the other side. What's clear is that the stock market does not like this. It slid the most that it has a month. of course. this isn't yet official. Biden will detail. His american families plan in joint address to congress on april twenty eight th that will include whatever final proposal is.

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Wet Notes - 4-23-21

Scuba Shack Radio

06:50 min | 2 months ago

Wet Notes - 4-23-21

"This is wet notes for april twenty third. Two thousand twenty one here on scuba shack radio. I up just after i recorded. The last episode president biden released his two thousand and twenty two budget. Well if you're a fan of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration or noah. You'll be happy in the budget. Proposal released on april ninth. The president proposed a record budget of six point. Nine billion dollars for knowing now. How does that compare well. This year knows budget is four point. Six billion wow. that's big increase. This budget really supports taking action. On climate change protecting marine mammals the ocean great lakes and coastal communities. If you recall the previous administration has proposed cutting knows budget only to have it restored by congress. Now this is just a first step in the budget proposal. It has a long way to go to get congressional approval. But i think it's a very good first step now. Here's something that's really interesting. I read this in the cayman compass online. It's about a grand cayman. Northside family found a message in a bottle. Yeah on easter. i think it was. The family was out walking on a remote part of the island. A place called the parrot sanctuary. I think this is on the east end. Well that's where patricia dacosta her family recovered an emerald colored bottle with a handwritten message inside the note said thrown into the ocean on six december. Two thousand and seventeen somewhere between the bahamas and florida. If you find this drop us a line and let us know where it ended up. Signed by darren and shannon from evansville illinois and it gave them their email address so patricia them with the news and now darrin shannon are planning to visit grand cayman at some point as for the bottle. The dacosta family's planning to put their own note in the same bottle and send it back out to see what an incredible journey. It's here the second quarter edition of the journal of diving history magazine. It arrived in the mail just after the last show. This latest additions cover story was written by chris. Cole and it is about the divers who worked on the edgewater disaster. It was one of the worst maritime disasters in us history. I'll leave it at that and you can do some of your own research but it was a really interesting article. There's also an interview in the edition. Done by michael newdow with dick rakowski and he's dubbed. The father of nighthawks again. Some really interesting stuff. I highly recommend that you take a look at the historical diving. Society's website if you become a member you'll get the journal mail to you every quarter a pleasant surprise in your mailbox. I received an email from a friend a few weeks ago with the subject line serenity so who can't use a little serenity how about serenity now well it turns out that my friend was asked by our son to watch him cameras for a school project. These live cams were from the monterey bay aquarium so i went to the link and it took me to their landing page for nine different cameras. I'm not going to list them all right now. But you can peek. In on their penguins. Sea otters were moon jellies. There's even a camera for monterey bay itself personally. I like to observe my sealife while diving but these live cams from monterey bay aquarium can fill in and provide that little bit of serenity. Now here's something interesting. That came in from shearwater. You know the makers of the dive computers. They have a contest. It's going to be starting up. In may called the spring shopping spree and the winner will get four thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars shopping spree at the dive shop of their choice. And here's how it works if you purchase the shearwater in april or if you buy one in may you can register for the contest with their online portal with a proof of purchase. But you don't have to buy a computer to participate. You also be able to register by completing a short fifty word essay on why you like shearwater computers. The lucky winner will be selected at the end of may. And it's another great way to support your local dive shot. Thanks your water for doing this. And finally there was a short article from patty on april twentieth about their meeting with the maldivian government to confirm the protection for sharks. There was some speculation out there that the maldivian government might be lifting the shark fishing ban in their countries waters. Well this can't be good over ten years ago. Patty along with others helped to establish this current protection so the patty staff met with the moldavian ministry of fisheries marine reserves and agriculture's lead zaha wahid. Well here's some good news here at the meeting minister while he said that they were committed to sustainable and responsible management on april twentieth the ministry released a statement that said the maldives does not intend to permit a targeted shark. Fishing in the mouth. These great job. Patty in great job maldives for protecting these critical apex predators. Well that's it for wet notes. For

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Biden Begins to Undo Trump's Ban on Abortion Referrals

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00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Begins to Undo Trump's Ban on Abortion Referrals

"The by the administration has moved to start reversing Donald trump's family planning policy the trump administration's twenty nineteen change to the federal family planning program band clinics from referring women for abortions that led Planned Parenthood to drop out of the program and the complicated things for women trying to get birth control women's groups called it a gag rule proposed by the administration change would undo trump changes that also required federally funded clinics to financially and physically separate themselves from facilities providing abortions the supreme court's already agreed to hear a challenge to the trump rules Sager mag ani Washington

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Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story

Nightline

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story

"Celebrating prince queen elizabeth husbanded closest confidante dead at ninety nine now the life and legacy of prince philip from childhood marked by heartache to a promising naval career sacrificed for service to his queen. He has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years how. The of edinburgh revolutionized the monarchy and guided a grieving nation and just the crown battles a new series of crises. What the future now holds for the royal family marching forward without their prints. Good evening and thank you for joining us. I'm trevor all tonight. A wave of sadness washing over buckingham palace. Queen elizabeth and the entire united kingdom mourning the loss of prince philip. Now inside the duke's lifetime of allegiance as a husband a grandfather a pillar of strength behind the british monarchy ninety nine tolls at london's westminster abbey fritz phillips. Ninety nine years of life mourning the loss of queen. Elizabeth beloved husband of seventy three years. This is absolutely devastating for the queen. This is the love of her life. The man who was by has tied for decades fell in love with the queen and chose to take on a lawyer. No suddenly being her husband but also serving crown prince charles visited his mother this afternoon as the royal family plans for funeral. Eight days from now. Prince harry and meghan markle paying tribute from afar on their foundation's website. Prince william and his wife catherine also honoring the duke on instagram

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