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Bill and Melinda Gates Announce They Are Ending Marriage
"Bill and Melinda Gates calling it quits, ending their 27 year marriage, the Microsoft co founder and his wife Who launched the world's largest charitable foundations. They they will continue to work together at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. You can read their statement right now. A w m a l dot
Fresh update on "charitable foundation" discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"One billion as tesla in amagai amazon shares searched altogether. These billionaires are worth thirteen point one trillion dollars up from eight trillion in twenty twenty which is more than half which is crazy the. us has the most. I don't know why. I said more than half first of all on goofy with math but anyway the us still has the most with seven hundred twenty four followed by china including hong kong and macau or maceo macau with six hundred ninety eight we stock prices and exchange rates for marched fifth to calculate networks. And let's move onto the full list. So it's our swift jechorek basil's. He founded the ecommerce giant amazon in nineteen ninety four out of his garage in seattle u. Step down as ceo to become executive chairman on july fifth. Two thousand twenty one and a quote from him. It says. I didn't think i'd regret trying. And failing and is expected i would always be haunted by a decision to not try at all and has not worth as one hundred seventy seven billion dollars which is crazy. Just crazy is elon musk. His net worth is one hundred fifty one billion dollars. He is working to revolutionize transportation both on earth in through electric maker tesla in space via spit via rocket. Producer spacex in a quote from him says. I operate on the physics approach to analysis. You boil things down to the first principles are fundamental truths in a particular area in the new reason up from there and under their industries jeopardize the technology industry His sources amazon elon. Musk's is tesla and spacex. His industry's automotive. Next is bernard are all in family. He is from france his sources lvmh. It is a fashion and retail industry. He is one of the world's most earth sorry ultimate taste makers over in. He overseas an empire seventy brands including louis vitton and so forth. His net worth has one hundred and fifty billion dollars in his quotes. As i see myself as ambassador of french heritage and french culture. What recreate is emblematic. It's linked to recites who marie antoinette. And i actually did go to france when i was younger i would think i was like sixteen and i was supposed to go to verse i and i didn't i really did wanna see marie-antoinette's palace but i didn't get to do that so i live vicariously through those who do next on the list. Is sir bill gates. He is from the us his sources microsoft and his industry as technology his net worth is a hundred and twenty four billion dollars. It says bill gates and melinda french gates now divorcing chair the bill and melinda gates foundation the world's largest private charitable foundation. I'm he also invented microsoft. I don't know why has something about that but he is. The founder of microsoft is microsoft and his club says money has no utility to me beyond a certain point is utility is entirely entirely in building organization in getting the resources out to the poorest in the world number five is mark zuckerberg. Mr mark zuckerberg is from the. Us has 'em source is facebook and his industry as technology. If us facebook the social network zuckerberg runs has become a goto. Communications tool during the corona virus. Pandemic lockdown has not worked as ninety seven billion dollars and it said his quotes as we may not have the power to create the world. We want immediately but we can all start working on the long-term today which is very inspiring. Next is warren buffett. He's from the. Us his source is berkshire hathaway and his industry is finance. Investments has not worth is ninety six billion dollars and it says known as the oracle of omaha. Warren buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time. His quotes as rational. People don't risk what they have in need for what they don't have in don't need next is oh my gosh. There's so many people from the us right up the top. Besides one guy from france bernard are knelt in family But after. Warren buffett comes larry ellison from the us his source is software and he is in the technology industry. Larry ellison is chairman chief technology officer in co of software giant oracle which he owns about thirty five percent of he is worth ninety. Three billion dollars in his quote. Says when people start telling you that you're crazy you might just be onto the most important innovation of your life. And i'm sure as a found co-founder of software company. He probably has tried and failed many times and has been told that he's reaching for the stars in. yeah so. I think i actually really liked that quote. That's why i'm kind of talking about it for a little bit. Because i really do like that quote on number eight. Is larry page. His source is google and has industry is technology. His net worth is ninety. One point five billion. Larry page's stepped down as ceo of alphabet the parent of google in december twenty nineteen but remains aboard number in controlling shareholder. His quote is never lose a dream. It just incubates as a hobby. And i really liked back as well. These people are very inspiring. Number nine is sergey brin his source also is google and the industry is technology star. Gave ben bren. Step down as president of alphabet parent company of goal in december twenty nineteen but remains a controller shareholder. Nfc board member. Such as larry page and has that worked his eighty nine billion dollars in his quote says obviously everyone wants to be successful but i want to be looked back on as being very innovative very trusted ethical ultimately making a big difference in the world. Okay number ten is mu cash balmy from india. The source is diversified in the industry says diversified as well. His net worth is eighty four point. Five billion dollars in it says he chairs and runs seventy four billion dollars in revenue from reliance industries which has interests in petrochemicals oil and gas telecom and retail and his quote says anything and everything that can go digital is going digital. India cannot afford to be left behind on number eleven is amancio ortega from spain. The brand is or the source is zara and the industry is fashioned in retail. And it says he is. He is one of the wealthiest clothing retailers in the world. His net worth is seventy seven billion dollars in there is a little bit of a graph here from the year. Twenty seventeen so from twenty so he started off. Twenty seventeen has not worth with seventy one point three billion next year seventy billion than it went down sixty two point seven billion and then in twenty twenty who is worth fifty five point one billion but this year he skyrocketed his seventy seven billion which is just crazy to me and his quote says in the street. Eilly wants to be recognized by my family. My friends in people. I.
Bill and Melinda Gates Announce Decision to End Marriage
"They're divorcing Microsoft co founder and his wife who launched the world's largest charitable foundation. Saying they will continue to work together at the Bill and Mental Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in identical tweets. They said they had made the decision to end their 27 year marriage, and they asked for space and privacy for their family. Last year, Bill Gates said he was stepping down from Microsoft's board. Focus on philanthropy. It is 5
Silly and Misleading Retirement Calculators
"I think the main reason people seem amazed at the idea of retiring at age. Thirty forty or even fifty is the lack of real information on early retirement. In general if you type retirement calculator into a search engine these days and enter some stats about yourself. You will find some very strange assumptions. That are guiding you to think you need an absolute load of money to retire for example. I was once working through such a guide in a magazine from northern. Trust a bank that caters to the wealthy. It went something like this. Consider your goals for retirement. What life events do you need to be prepared for. The following table lists average cost children's and grandchildren's university education. A hundred thousand dollars per child children's and grandchildren's weddings twenty five thousand dollars. Assisted care facilities a hundred thousand dollars per year. Medical costs funeral arrangements. Twenty five thousand dollars trust funds for loved ones esteem and legacy planning and charitable foundations. 'wow looks like you're well into the millions before you even get to buy yourself some groceries. Another retirement calculator on cnn. Dot com has various parts to fill out dropdown boxes pre filled with hand values like retiring at age sixty five and needing seventy percent of your maximum pre retirement income constantly for the rest of your life. The drop down box with seventy percent in it did not even offer a value lower than forty percent. This percentage of income concept is one of the most anti mustache ones out there if you make two hundred thousand dollars per year just before retiring this experience. Corrupt you so much that you need a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year for the rest of your life or is it possible to maintain the same luxury standards of a person who has a merely comfortable income like forty thousand dollars per year. This goes back to the ideas of the get what you need posting. I made recently and that is why not go for maximum happiness rather than maximum consumption. I propose that maximum happiness is achieved at a spending level where you live in a comfortable space. Eat healthy foods and get to do lots of active and stimulating things with friends. That doesn't have to cost a hundred and forty thousand dollars per year or even fifty thousand dollars per year for most of us the other assumption they push on people is a very low rate of savings they assume you will less than the annual limit on 401k contributions. And don't say much about what to do if you save more than that which the high income person mentioned a few paragraphs ago could certainly do so these banks and mutual fund companies will continue to tell you that you need millions of dollars to retire because it benefits them for you to invest your money with them. Luckily it's a harmless bit of tom foolery since the saving benefits you as well but the disservice they do is in scaring people out of dreaming to save faster or to think about much shorter time horizons like tenures instead of just plain old age. Sixty five so. I'll give you a quick retirement calculator of my own adult couple with no kids or whose children are. Grown can live very comfortably on forty thousand dollars per year and retirement. My own family lives very comfortably with one child on somewhere. In the twenty seven thousand dollar range you can shoot higher or lower depending on what level of luxury water pursue twenty. Two eighty thousand dollars is a good absolute maximum sane range. But if you don't want to calculate everything out just go for forty thousand dollars and figure out how to make your savings produce that for you for a single person. It might be difficult to slice in half because you lose some benefits from sharing a house in car but you can come close to quick early retirement budgets number one in early retiree couple lives on thirty thousand dollars per year. Earning five thousand of that combined in part time luxurious post retirement careers. The remaining twenty five thousand dollars per year is generated by their savings. Six hundred and twenty five thousand dollars of total savings are required to generate this amount of passive income using the four percent rule number two an early retirees single person leaves on twenty five thousand dollars. Earning ten thousand dollars on his or her many career. Fifteen thousand dollars per year is required from savings which calls for a nest egg of about three hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. I'm working on some much more detailed and exciting sample budgets using real numbers for my own spending experiences before and after retirement
"charitable foundation" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day
"Foundation it starts with warren endorsed buffet. The letters foundation website explains it began as a sibling partnership between multi billionaire investor warren buffett and his late sister. Doris strangers would often ask them for money. So doris decided which request to fund and she and warren paid for it over time. They gave away millions. But when doris buffett's stock portfolio took a hit in the pandemic the letters foundation applied for p p p. funding and got almost two hundred and seventy thousand dollars. Like my grandma. It may be legal but it doesn't look right. Jeff williams with grand valley state university's johnson center for philanthropy. It appears private. Foundations were eligible because they do employ people and the program's purpose was to protect jobs and with their investments declined in this year's market plunge they didn't want to sell at a loss to cover budget. Shortfalls perfectly logical for relation to say especially when they watch their assets to a forty percent dip that if they used foundation assets to cover people. That's eating into the corpus. So they turn to government help but the stock market has bounced back and williams says. It doesn't sit well that some of the country's most money foundations which are exempt from taxes were subsidized by us taxpayers and at a time in american society when we are wrestling with big questions of trust and institutions stories like this to increase divide. Npr has identified at least one hundred and twenty private foundations that receive more than seven and a half million dollars in ppp funding. That's a small slice of the overall program. But some of those foundations are connected to an oil magnate. A cable tv tycoon. A dermatologist called the father of modern hair transplantation and an aviation entrepreneur who founded companies with annual sales of more than a billion dollars. I struggle to get into the mindset of these individuals who are wealthy enough to send a private foundations and then too cheap to reach into their pockets to keep things going when times. Get tough allen. Kanter is a nonprofit consultant. He notes the whole purpose of most foundations is to give money away and he says they should have tapped their own assets to cover expenses. It's just a question of reaching into their investment accounts and providing it to their foundations to pay their staff. After doris buffets letters foundation officially called the sunshine lady. Humanitarian grants program was contacted by npr. It said it planned to give the money back. But kim points out even if it does that it took. Ppp means applicants. Were shut out. Because the first round eventually ran out of funding they were competing for the same dollar and for the foundation to get that money instead of. Let's say that food pantry. I just don't see that as being right. Several foundations did not respond to requests for comment the walt disney family foundation and the foundation of late celebrity photographer. Robert mapplethorpe did both said their assets are primarily illiquid such as disney collectibles and mapplethorpe photos so can't easily be turned into cash to cover budget deficits. They said taking ppp. Let them avoid layoffs and they were justified in applying for it. Boston college law school professor. Ray madoff who studies philanthropy says the small business administration could have set higher eligibility standards when they announced the program they could have said we have limited funds. The government can only do so much right now and we wanna make sure. There's plenty for those in need. But i don't recall any messaging that said. Please don't take this money unless you need it. As a result being wealthy was not a disqualifier for federal supports the sba declined to comment on whether private charitable foundations were intended recipients of ppp. It said only. That borrowers had to quote self certify that they were eligible for the money. Sasha feifer npr.
New York attorney general sues to dissolve NRA
"Association charging financial fraud, they use million's Upon millions of dollars from the for personal use, including for lavish trips for themselves and their families. Private jets. Expensive meals. And other private travel, New York's attorney general Leticia James, saying Bring it. The NRA is countersuing James CEO Wayne LaPierre tweeting. Her efforts are an affront to democracy and freedom. Washington, D. C's attorney general also filing suit against the Ra's charitable foundation. Major League Baseball says all of its
Washington Nationals go all-in with 50-50 raffle this year
"That's can't have any fans in the stands. But that doesn't mean the next home game won't have that. Popular 50 50 raffle normally the way that 50 50 works is you get half And at a nationals game. The other half goes to Nationals Philanthropies. We knew that without fans in the stands, we couldn't do the raffle, but we still want to keep the 50 50. The spirit of that alive. Paul Alter the CEO of Nationals, philanthropy, says that means this year that 50 50 is going with a different split this year have still going to the Ball Clubs Charitable Foundation, the other half to a different local non profit, which will change every home. Siri's. We want to use the platform that we have To bring people into our philanthropic umbrella to doom or to support local organizations, and it is tax deductible. You don't have a chance to win money, but you do have a chance to do good, and that's what we want to give people an opportunity to dio.
New Trump Campaign ad Looks Bad For Trump
"Donald Trump is in a lot of dead, so it's very unlikely that he actually outright owns anything, but he does love to own himself, and that's the case with the latest campaign ad you put out. Let's take a look. You have reached the nine one one police emergency line due to defunding of the police department. We're sorry, but no one is here to take your call. If you're calling to report a rape, please press one to report a murder press to to report a home invasion press three for all other crimes. Leave your name and number and someone will get back to. You are estimated. Wait. Time is currently five days goodbye. Now if that adds scares, you and you wouldn't WanNa live in the type of country that would have those types of scenes of. And Destruction! You should probably vote trump out of office because all of that footage happened under trump's watch. In fact, all the footage used in that ad was from March and I'll give you. Those details I'm sorry may of this year and I'll give you those details in just a moment, but also one of trump's campaign advisers Boris. Epstein also shared a similar video. NOT THAT AD itself. But in that video you see the violence and the destruction, and he says this would be Joe Biden's America. It's a very scary place except it's happening right now, and it's in trump's America. And I want you to remember what he said during came action. Because if you say wow, I, mean look. They're protesting. The saints that have happened recently police abuse. Yeah, well, trump had four years to fix it, and he didn't. He actually loves when police abuse African American citizens. Why after George Floyd? Floyd, but let's remember to protect the real victims here the confederate flag. And military bases named after confederate heroes so. Yeah he? There's a reason why those things are happening. Even the worst of most of them are overwhelmingly peaceful protests. Of the rioters and looters are because of Donald Trump's complete and utter indifference this issue, so that is trump's America but back. Then when he was accepting the nomination, he said the crime and violence that today our nation will soon. I mean very soon come to an end beginning on. January, twenty twenty seventeen safety will be restored. Saying. Let's let's go to those images and like some screen shots of the video that was used in that campaign ad, which again were from May of this year and we can just obviously. Rebut that ridiculous statement, so that's from Minneapolis. In May of twenty twenty twenty may twenty to be specific. It's an image from the night when a Minneapolis police precinct was burnt down. Okay, let's go to the next one. Another screen shot from trump's add This is a shot of liquor store that was set ablaze on the same night. Again this is in Minneapolis. May Twenty twenty-eighth Twenty twenty when the president of the United States is Donald Trump? And then let's go to one more. It's an image of a window being smashed at a bankruptcy court in Grand Rapids Michigan. And, it was taken. This photo is from May thirtieth twenty twenty so looks like he's by way. He's a criminal himself. I mean defrauded students with trump. University used his own charitable foundation, which had to be shut down because he was utilizing the funds from that charitable foundation to enrich himself. He has violated the emoluments clause of our Constitution over and over and over again he loves crime. He bathes in crime. But he he uses law and order as a dog whistle and a lot of ways. No no way since one hundred percent right and so the slogan is no justice, no peace and that's almost exactly what's happened during the trump era, there's no justice at all the real criminals. The top Roger Stone and all the others have been released from the jails. It's like a reverse Bain. Vicious release all the white collar criminals, and all the crooks of the. And all Donald Trump's friends Michael Milkin. Blagojevich Democrat doesn't matter nothing matters. Okay except Donald Trump's France so did and then at the bottom. Did any of US get justice? No, the police abuse continued, and and what Donald Trump has to offer us more violence and violence begets violence. So that's where we are today and I'm going to go back one more time. Do speech a twenty sixteen while he was accepting the GOP nomination, he said. Nobody knows the system better than me. Which is why I alone can fix it. Okay well. You've got four years to fix it and apparently only one who could do it. So why are you waiting for? The protests are larger. Also different issue violence is on the rise. While you're not fixing it. Are you holding back? Are you holding? America hostage until your second term, and then you will magically fixing who could believe such preposterous things? He obviously is in over. His head doesn't know what he's doing and everything is done has been counterproductive and led to more violence to. What we see in that ad, which is trump's America? Want, they mentioned rate there in the beginning punched out word to scare people even more. If you're reporting a rate, we will not be responding. Who are you kidding? The reason we're a have deep on the police. Responding, anyway, only thirty percent of rape cases across the country are ever solve by our incompetent police. We WanNA defunding partly because we want to build a better police department that actually solves cases.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on KCRW
"And actors shaping the world today learn more at CFR dot org slash world one oh one and from the Doris Duke charitable foundation whose building bridges program works with U. S. Muslims to increase mutual understanding and well being among diverse populations for the benefit of building stronger more inclusive communities this is weekend edition from NPR news under the Garcia Navarro the most unusual essential job during the corona virus pandemic might be in Butte Montana at a former open pit copper mine turned toxic lake nor sacks of Montana public radio has this profile of the bird protection specialist who's been showing up for work just about every day each spring the skies over the rocky mountains in southwest Montana team with birds headed north on most days mark meri on who is on duty before sunrise at the Burj shack a ten by eight foot structure perched up on the high wall of an abandoned copper mine which has filled with water the Berkeley pit is a toxic leak more than a mile square the acidic water is chock full of heavy metals birds that land on it can die so Meriones job is to quickly he's in the office these days he enters headquarters with the camel buff covering his face and Clorox wipes on each hand which is funny because when it's really cold they freeze to the door then he religiously cleans the shack in the arsenal of shared bird hazing gadgets including a sporting rifle you know you haven't really lived in sharia disinfected in a our first thing in the morning that used to scare birds up a giant tactically once all the tools are sanitized he gets down to burning using a scope to track a bunch of ducks paddling across the pits vast way captain teal surface we're going to shoot at a group of sellers eleven northern sellers into American Legion that's because the giant green laser beam you tried it wasn't enough to speak them get ready one shot that was about ten feet in front of them in every single one is I don't know says overall he loves his work and feel safe doing at flying solo in the project the closest person he can see is on the opposite side of the gaping open pit mine it's been nice because I know a lot of essential workers are still pretty exposed and I mean I'm essentially out here in this big void and even in the middle of this global pandemic mark merry on has discovered some reasons to keep looking up fewer planes in the sky and boats on the water in the world is quiet it's been some really awesome birding he says if you can safely venture outside to a body of water you should do it now chances are you'll see and hear species of migrating birds you never could before for NPR news I'm Nora Saks in Butte Montana Sarah knight has built a career saying no specifically expletive deleted no she is the author of the no expletives given guides which include the books com the expletive down and the life changing magic of not giving a expletive answer knight's latest book which I referenced at the top offers advice on how to do what she calls mental decluttering in order to pare down life to the essentials it's something we've all had to learn to do a lot more recently and Samantha Balaban has this profile at the end of a long winding tree lined highway about two and half hours outside of Santa Domingo the capital of the Dominican Republic this is my very favorite and of the beaches last by in a speech in Leicester Ennis there's a little beach town called last year and I think it I know it's about Iraq thank and that's were serenade sets looking at the ocean eating fried plantains or just honest we've already got a friendly beach dog on the approach this one's around here all the time plus hearing this is a fishing village and unlike other beachside towns in the country there are few all inclusive resorts here it's cozy and isolated for Sarah knight it's I don't like I wake up when I wake up I never set an alarm unless I have an appointment maybe I sit outside depending on how hot it is and if I'm working on a book or if I'm working on article or something like that I usually get started around noon made his return to self help journals in four books here she's working on a fifth right now.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Doris Duke charitable foundation whose building bridges program works with U. S. Muslims to increase mutual understanding and well being among diverse populations for the benefit of building stronger more inclusive communities if you're hello Hey I'm having I'm having some problems and the internet's out here so I'm just going to use the data on my phone okay so not good I just want to do because we only have a bit of time well so what I want to get right to the social okay yeah yeah yeah I love please stop let's do this all right here we go from NPR and W. NYC coming to you from our respective homes in beautiful Brooklyn New York it's NPR's our puzzles word games and unstable internet connections ask me another I'm Jonathan cold now here's your host fear Eisenberg thanks Jonathan hang on a second my husbands at the door yes hi I am attempting to record with the date on my phone okay if I have the the are you getting my taxes now I only like fifteen minutes to do this let's go okay Lucas okay sorry that's alright I see where Lucas you know there's this in some ways knowing that I only have fifteen minutes to do this not for nothing but it's the only time constraint I've had in a couple months and I would like to make here too it's yes clinging to a time constraint well there's a deadline for so something needs to be done in an amount of time I mean there is something to the fact that people are like oh by the way I apologize I want to talk to you and Gina will catch up with you a resume but I'm just gonna let you know that I only have the you know personal free membership or whatever which means that it's a forty minute Max and I'm like yeah should be a Ford yeah I know that's I only have forty minutes at a time for anything no matter what it is absolutely the blessed forty minute limit let's kill let let's do it let's really catch up in forty minutes what should happen is that you should be there should be a setting where your internet you said your internet just reboot every forty minutes so I don't know what you're doing you have an out yeah because yeah this is like why I love it was would you perform stand up you have a light not that I love that but also it's good for the audience because the audience knows that there is something going on where after twenty minutes or thirty minutes or whatever this is going to address there's a there's a there's a grown up in control in charge because otherwise you fear even as you're planning your way through your third bowl of lucky charms yeah inside you fear that you would just go all the way through the box of nobody stopped so it's nice to have a have a grown up internet line yes and I have noticed recently there are a lot of culture pieces being written about the culture we are in and I do not like a lot of them right you don't need to read a think piece about the thing you're thinking about all the time right and some of them I mean I was really bad about this article which of from I believe it was B. B. C. that was like why zoom calls and catch ups are more exhausting it's like yeah I get it get it yeah I know I know what else is bad I needed two thousand words on that you know it's just like the the only thing I have what else is bad at home workout injuries that you'll never recover from you know right right how we are failing our children okay that when I got covered I know I already know will your marriage survive anything no two thousand words clearly so.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sustainable and just more at gun foundation dot org and by the Doris Duke charitable foundation whose building bridges program works with U. S. Muslims to increase mutual understanding and well being among diverse populations for the benefit of building stronger more inclusive communities this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep how to members of the U. S. intelligence community do their secretive work during a pandemic these are people who can't exactly work from home NPR national security correspondent Greg my rejoins us Hey there Greg good morning Steve I guess we should mention your working at home so that's good but what makes it so hard for the CIA to do that well they should have a built in disadvantages the CIA and the other intelligence agencies they can't take classified papers out of the office they can't use home phones or computers they can have a meeting on zoom all for security reasons they can't use classified information so a small number do you work at the office keeping their distance avoiding meetings and they they sort of work in rotations and shift some work other stay home with a very strict mandate to stay healthy and then they rotate in and out but it just means fewer people working so that's at headquarters but I'm thinking about somebody in the field in some other country and I mean how do you get a whisper a secret to someone or I get them to hand you a document while staying six feet away from them at all times well exactly so I spoke with Paul Colby he's a former CIA officer who served in Moscow and other places he now runs the intelligence project at Harvard's Belfer center and he said this is very hard for for CIA officers to do what they normally do which is meat sources build contacts recruit spies a lot of time meetings are held in third countries so the travel shut down is is harming that but in contrast to the C. I. A. which deals and human intelligence a lot of the time the National Security Agency kinda loves it when people are communicating by phone or computers or virtual meetings in other countries they're focused on electronic service surveillance and this creates lots of opportunities for them well other than just doing less work as you mentioned has the intelligence community fundamentally changed how they work well I keep hearing about this need to look at the cascade effect so we have this health crisis that still in motion but so far the the impact has been mostly on the rich countries in Asia and Europe and in the U. S. it's starting to hit developing country so there is a need to look at what kind of impact will it have there what kind of economic impact will it have in these countries could this also lead to political turbulence you know so far the pandemic has tended to push crowds and protesters off the streets but we just may not last we've seen that the effort to impose lockdowns in in some Muslim countries which are now going into Ramadan Pakistan in particular is having having an issue with this so this is just one thing to be looking at in the in the coming weeks within the United States we've been asking should we have had more personal protective equipment on hand should we have had more ventilators are people in the intelligence community asking questions about being prepared for this kind of event yeah they're talking about the need to be prepared for these extremely rare events which we sometimes call black swans you look at the biggest shocks in the past twenty years and they were really weren't traditional military threats or national security threats this pandemic the Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election the global financial meltdown in two thousand eight even of the nine eleven attacks here's Paul Colby the former CIA officer blacks won't happen and then we should be thinking about other things that haven't happened but which nonetheless could and we shouldn't assume that they won't happen because they haven't sold things like nuclear conflict the development of weapons of mass destruction by terrorist organizations they really talk about this being a global challenge and it will require a global solution something you don't often hear from intelligence agencies and just read my re thanks my pleasure it's N. P. R. news station for the California report lily Jamali will have that for you in a minute Joe with a traffic report on that Caltrans work on one oh one at the two eighty connector south one oh one at two eighty one lane is open your shift over to the new north bound one of the new north bound lanes they build out but to its and confusing enough for ccps running a traffic break they say they're they're intimately doing breaks certain tell people get used to it the northbound side those completely close no confusion just have to get off the two eighty south on nineteenth Avenue through the park all jammed up because of construction at Lincoln there's one construction so going on a wall the creek on six eighty south the north main.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You we love you we appreciate your and I hope you win the five thousand boxers two shots at it and thanks to Jackson charitable foundation for doing that and thanks to the folks in our IT solutions team the foundations in personal finance curriculum that's in about forty eight percent of the hospitals in America right now I'm pretty proud of that pretty cool I want to get up to about ninety eight percent and then I'll be okay probably won't ever get that other two percent but I'd like to get in about ninety eight percent and working a long time to get it forty eight and Tom sure good Christopher's weather's Christopher is in Florida by Christopher welcome the Dave Ramsey show Hey Dave thank god my call sure what's up well okay so I'm actually calling on behalf of a friend of mine I got a good friend of mine who the technician who I introduce your baby steps to I wanted to call you and ask a question but he's been working like a dog constantly so I thought I might do me a favor on esquire okay he's on baby step four and had a question about a and retirement savings contribution you know being in a position at the clinic he works that he has a four one K. where they match only three percent right he was told that even though his clinic matches that that three percent but he can contribute up to nineteen thousand five hundred correct for one K. yeah you know we have the traditional IRA to that you've put in some stuff and he's not sure because of his income how much you're allowed to contribute to that goal okay any error rate I know that you normally suggest fifteen percent between for one K. in Iraq there's no income limits on four oh one K. there's no income limits on the four oh one K. so you can load that up nineteen five I would recommend to make the four oh one K. Roth if they have that as an option the only thing they can come up on a four oh one K. is if if a bunch of the other employees are not putting money in there there's a thing called the highly compensated people will be reduced how much they can put in and he would probably be in the highly compensated group and so if none of the nurses were secretaries or accounting people are doing the four oh one K. and only the three doctors in the clinic are this limits how much they can put in that's called a highly compensated rule but as long as he's not bumping into that there's no limit it's not based on his income so low that four oh one K. up put it in Ralph and regardless of his income he can do to Roth IRA she makes over two hundred thousand household income adjusted gross income you can do a back door Roth IRA which is what I do I make over two hundred and a back door Roth is where you open a after tax traditional IRA which is a weird Iraqi okay usually an IRA is a traditional is before tax if you do an after tax traditional and twenty seconds later rolled into a Roth and there's no taxes on it you're not you're not there's no tax savings because you're not doing it before tax you're doing it after tax now you're doing an after tax which a Roth is after tax anyway and so you you open it as an after tax and then roll it to a rock off and that's called a back door Roth IRA and I do one of those for me one for my wife every year and I load up my nineteen five at my four oh one K. here at the office and since I am the garage at the Ralph definitely of Rafa valuable here the matching portion of the four oh one K. cannot be rocked by regulation it is traditional once a year he can roll with that to Ross and so in December where I. match myself I rolled out to Ralph each year that's nice if you do not yeah that's good good a good that I get to match my nice of you brother yeah Hey it's like I wear two hats on the employee and the employer I was at the same time so very weird stuff Meghan is weather's magazine Colorado Hey Meghan welcome to the Dave Ramsey show hi how are you better than I deserve how can John baloney and I help I had a quick question I heard both in the military and if you would consist of five and one we have both have the happened to our kids good don't have the full Gee I don't because we don't use it for our master's servants are my husband's knowledge an arm twenty seven months tickets tonight so I'm not going to give to my daughter's house the question that we're going to get downtown I can morning but we don Burke we do think that we could cancel that as well and at that time when they get to school you know Ridley would put some in the five twenty nine unit because you've got some GI bill available you don't have to be quite is intentional about our our intense about it but I I probably am going to do some you're not gonna regret having too much money saved for college okay I've never had anybody complain about that they are dare I overdid it you know I just I've never that's never come up in thirty years of doing this so I think you're gonna be fine and thank you for your service let the GI bills there to help you and your family Alex's weather's Alec is well maybe Alex is not with us that I do it right me try again I don't there's not something wrong here all right let me try to get Alex is with us in Minnesota hi Alex welcome to the Dave Ramsey show how can John I help thanks for taking my call I have a quick cooking a little backstory is started financial peace university about three years ago when we were engaged Evan will be made for four years of summer hi we were kind of on the Danish plan for but now we are all born Dave we wanna you get three of twenty five thousand dollars by the end of the year good night good quick quick quick question I have is is my life without on board and the we already have a financial adviser that we had for life insurance and she's a little weird because she owned the company and their background she's not really interested in looking at going to a small investor looking at wanting to interview some to that went by the end of the year be able to continue the next step your doctor how to get around order she's she's not insurable like collectible but companies are and things like that the company's where which companies they're smart restaurant that I worked at that yeah we have that there's more pressure does work for and stuff like that well I guess I'm not so so well I it lit there there's on I mean you just have to do your due diligence meaning if I'm I'm thinking if I'm cynical about something I'm questioning suspicious or something which is like our live most of my life and I'm sorry I can kind of relate to your wife you know it's like yeah so you say right I'm gonna investigate and learn and grow knowledge I'm going to either become more comfortable or less uncomfortable.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Charitable foundation and each with the winner will receive in the drawing five thousand dollars cash and I used to go to Dave Ramsey dot com slash teacher and it's a free entry no purchase necessary someone will win five thousand dollars cash that's a teacher we love teachers and traction terrible of teachers and I want to say thank you Jackson charitable also for three years has sponsored the high school curriculum financial foundations in personal finance in hundreds of schools across America and a lot of the teachers were talking with today are teaching the class because it was given to them as a result of Jackson charitable foundation's gift to cover the cost of it and so it's pretty incredible they've been doing this for three years with us and they've generously now provided for over six hundred high schools across America that's a big deal Anthony that's a huge deal days after got caught on the Mike there that's a huge deal Dave and I'm so grateful for what they're doing especially with this being after your parting with us to help spread this message out to six hundred high school students which equals nearly thousands and thousands of young people that their futures will be changed because of the wisdom and knowledge that they received in high school and in middle school yeah it's a big deal teachers are game changers when they're doing their job in the torrent right and I mean I'm sixty years old I could still name teachers from my grade school middle school my high school that was the impactful ones the good ones well I'll let my teachers from back in the days when you don't wonder what to come I wonder what the common denominator was because I know you don't like me now just let me know you you're a hero when you go back to the school I am I am I am I have one miss Clinton who's listening now you know she was really that life changing a teacher of mine eyes and and I told her she needs to apply for this because she still teaching to today Dave wow that's cool all right merry Joe is with his merry Joe's a teacher in at at Gabriel Reyes shard high school in Ann Arbor Michigan and right Joe thanks for teaching the class we appreciate it so how long have you been teaching overall.
Tom Golisano Shares How to Build a Successful Company
"My next guest personifies the American dream. He built a company from three thousand dollars a credit card to having over three billion dollar valuation. Tom Gal Asano is an entrepreneur. Philanthropist civic leader and former owner of the bus buffalo SABRES NHL team. He's also the founder and chairman of the Board of paychecks with more than fifteen thousand employees and one hundred locations nationwide paychecks of the leading provider of payroll human resources and benefits outsourcing for small and medium sized businesses. Active in both business and philanthropy. Tom Currently mentors the entrepreneurs who run businesses in which he has invested and overseas his family's charitable foundation. Today's donate over three hundred million dollars to a wide range of charnel causes. He's just come out with a great new book. It's called built not born. It's a how to guide to help much. Moore's Tom Welcome to the show to be here with US morning. Well I know you've told the story many times but please go back for our listeners. And tell us how. Did you start a company on three thousand dollars in credit card? Well I was a sales person the sales manager for a payroll processing that specialized in doing payroll processing for larger companies. One hundred employees or more. But you drive down any street. In the United States you'll
Tom Golisano Shares How to Build a Successful Company
"My next guest personifies the American dream. He built a company from three thousand dollars a credit card to having over three billion dollar valuation. Tom Gal Asano is an entrepreneur. Philanthropist civic leader and former owner of the bus buffalo SABRES NHL team. He's also the founder and chairman of the Board of paychecks with more than fifteen thousand employees and one hundred locations nationwide paychecks of the leading provider of payroll human resources and benefits outsourcing for small and medium sized businesses. Active in both business and philanthropy. Tom Currently mentors the entrepreneurs who run businesses in which he has invested and overseas his family's charitable foundation. Today's donate over three hundred million dollars to a wide range of charnel causes. He's just come out with a great new book. It's called built not born. It's a how to guide to help much. Moore's Tom Welcome to the show to be here with US morning. Well I know you've told the story many times but please go back for our listeners. And tell us how. Did you start a company on three thousand dollars in credit card? Well I was a sales person the sales manager for a payroll processing That specialize in doing payroll processing for larger companies one hundred employees or more. But you drive down any street. In the United States
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry File Trademark After Split from Kate Middleton, Prince William's Charity - Yahoo Lifestyle
"Britain's prince Harry and his wife Megan have filed to register the name of their charitable foundation Sussex oil as a trademark the couple split from the decade old philanthropic vehicle royal foundation that they shared with Harry's older brother prince William and his wife
Judge orders Trump to pay $2 million for misuse of foundation funds
"A new judge's order president trump to pay two million dollars to settle a lawsuit alleging he misused his charitable foundation to further his political and business interests the judge also signed off on an agreement to close the trumpet foundation and this group distribute about one point seven million remaining funds to other nonprofit
Trump must pay $2 million for misusing namesake charity: New York judge
"Resident trump breached its fiduciary duty to the charitable foundation that bore his name a judge here said and he must pay two million dollars in damages the decision stems from a lawsuit brought by the New York state attorney general's office that accused the trump foundation of conflating charity with politics when it allowed the trump campaign to distribute money raised for military veterans on the eve of the twenty sixteen Iowa caucuses the judge said Mr trump use the fundraiser and the distribution of the funds to further his political campaign the foundation previously agreed to dissolve Aron Kader ski ABC
Yankees great Mariano Rivera receives Medal of Freedom
"One of baseball's all time greats honored moments ago at the White House is he the greatest picture the greatest reliever well the reliever we won yeah but there's a real question he may be the greatest pitcher the history of baseball president trump awarding the presidential medal of freedom to retired Yankees ace Marianna Rivera noting not only is hall of fame career but as charitable foundation for children's education Rivera and naturalized U. S. citizen says he asked to teammates to teach him English from that I would say that my career took
"charitable foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That was it. We were not going to be able to get a full account from her of what she saw at Hutto. But a few months later we received the investigative files and with them the guards statements. And it turns out one of them confronted officer x about the relationship. And that's coming up after the break. Stay with us. Yes. Yes. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. And from the Doris Duke charitable foundation, which.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Who's fortunately stayed in the community and done a whole lot for our community. But in the meantime, joining us right now is Kimberly wonder who is the event planner for the Tampa Bay woman of the year. And Kimberly tell us about the organization first of all, hey, good morning. Yeah. Thank you so much for having me the organization that benefits from the Tampa Bay woman of the year called the west chase charitable foundation. And they're small local five, oh, one C three nonprofit his kids financial grants to families who are going through like a tragedy or have a child that's battling a serious illness. And. We help families all across the Tampa Bay. I know we have west Jason r name. But that's just where our roots are where the organization got started. But we help families all across the Tampa Bay area. And you've got a list of candidates here. Your candidates for woman of the year for twenty nineteen and I see some names I recognize on here. But how were these women selected? So typically, how it works is our board members nominee women that they know in the community who think would be a great fit in her looking to give back, and then would you also except outside nominations, and they get a chance to meet our board. And learn about us and see if it's a good fit for them. But yeah, mostly it comes directly from our board. And you got how many candidates do you have all the others at three six nine. I believe it's the seventeen seventeen you got seventeen of them, and you can get more details by going to Tampa Bay woman dot ORG, Tampa Bay woman dot org and see if there's somebody you know on that list. There is somebody we know and we're going to be voting for. I think how do you vote. Yeah. So what's really unique about this event is all of these women? They all have day jobs. They have families. They have other stuff going on. But they take time out of their their busy schedules to raise funds for us. So they're going out and getting sponsorships. They're getting donations. They're getting silent auction items..
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"The doors Duke charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development awards support promising early career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve human health and from the listeners of K Q E D FM San Francisco and kick you we IfM north Highland Sacramento. We're live online at kqeDorg at five thirty six from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. The US is trying to negotiate a peace deal to leave Afghanistan and some Americans who know the country. Best say the deal on the table now is effectively a surrender. That's what Ryan Crocker argues in the Washington Post this week. He was US ambassador to Afghantistan and has spent decades as a diplomat in the Middle East and Asia, welcome. Thanks for having me. Do you think it's a mistake for the US to negotiate with the Taliban at all or do you just think this particular negotiation is misguided? So here's the thing the Taliban for years has laid out its position that they are ready to talk to us anytime, they will not talk with the government of Afghanistan because they consider it illegitimate. We caved on that. We are now talking directly to the Taliban. The Afghan government is not in the room. If that's the course, we continue on it will totally de legitimize the Afghan government. And I think there is no outcome. I could see from doing that that wouldn't effectively be a surrender. And we're just negotiating the terms. One of the arguments. You make is that the US won't be able to enforce any peace deal wants American troops pull out by that measure with the US have to stay in Afghanistan. Forever. It's important to look at this perspective. When I was out there two thousand eleven two thousand twelve we had well over one hundred thousand troopers we're down now to a little over fourteen thousand the cost is much less. There still is a cost. But I think it is something we very much conveyor. So it's a question of are we going to see this through both for our own national security because Afghanistan, let's not forget it's nine eleven came. From are we gonna stand by our values because we've put a huge effort into the future of Afghan women and girls making letting them take their place in society again. Well, that's not part of the Taliban agenda to say, the very least in your description. I'm not hearing anything that sounds like. Well, once this condition is Matt or once this box is checked then it will be safe and prudent for the US to remove its troops. It sounds like you're saying as long as there's a need American forces should stay there. That is exactly what I'm trying to say that. There is a need. We need to be there. President Trump said this himself this summer of seventeen it's not about calendars. It's about conditions. If that means a presence that may rise or fall in terms of troops on the ground. It is a price. I think we can pay in your Washington Post piece, you say these negotiations baron unfortunate resemblance to the Paris peace talks during the Vietnam war, and you right? Then is now clear that by going to the table. We were surrendering. We were just negotiating the terms of our surrender. And I think that some Americans would draw another parallel with Vietnam. Which is this war has cost America too, many lives and too much money. And those people would argue that it's time for the war to end whether or not the US declares victory. How do you respond to that argument? Well, here's a hard truth. You don't end a war by pulling your troops off the battlefield. The Obama administration. Tried that in Iraq and the war grinds on to the benefit of Iran. Iran is is. Has done very nicely out of that. Look at Afghanistan, we will simply be handing over to a force that has more patients than we do, and that would be the Taliban and we've seen that movie before you've talked about the consequences of leaving a rock too early leaving Vietnam too early leaving Afghanistan too early. Some people will hear this as an argument for endless war. So here's the thing. I've observed over many many years in the Middle East we as Americans lack patients we want to get it done. That's how we built our own great country the rest of the world works on a different clock with our adversaries of seen over time. Is that boy if you create problems, eventually the Americans will leave they'll get tired of it. They'll want to move on to something else. So that's what our adversaries count on. That's what our allies fear. We need to be sending the signal right now that we will be where we need to be to protect our interests to protect our values for as long. As it takes ambassador. Crocker? Thanks for speaking with us today. Thanks very much for having me. Former US ambassador to Afghanistan, Ryan Crocker. He's now a diplomat in residence at Princeton. Now to the power struggle in Venezuela, where opposition leader one Guido claims to be the country's legitimate president and President Nicolas Maduro is holding onto power with the support of the armed forces. Now Guido and his US backers have embarked on a risky strategy to promote a military uprising. Reporter John Otis has more last model who has let Venezuela's socialist revolution. For the past six years is deeply unpopular. He's overseeing food shortages hyperinflation and a crackdown on dissent. But he's kept the military on his side. Analysts say he provides top ranking officers with fat paychecks and control over lucrative assets. Including the state oil company..
"charitable foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Doors Duke charitable foundation, whose clinical scientists development award support promising early career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve human health. It's morning edition on WNYC. I'm Richard Hake. One hundred twenty thousand Japanese Americans were held in internment camps during World War Two in the United States, WNYC's Aroon benigo Paul reports that that dark chapter in American history is being dramatized by a group of Asian American attorneys. Today's Komatsu day named after Fred core Matsu an American bore man of Japanese descent who in the nineteen forties did everything he could to avoid being placed in an internment camp. He changed his name to CLYDE, Sarah. And even got facial surgery. In an attempt to appear less Japanese. He was arrested and jailed, and he challenged the incarceration in his case would all the way to the supreme court and he lost. This is Kathy Harada chin a prominent attorney and one of the narrators of a reenactment of core is trial. She'll be joined by members of the Asian American Bar Association of New York they bring into live characters like syndicated columnists. Henry Michael Moore who wrote this in one thousand nine forty two. I am for immediate removal of every Japanese on the west coast to appoint deepen the interior. And I don't mean a nice part of the interior either heard em up pack em off and give them the inside room in the badlands. Let them be punched hurt hungry and dead up against it. Personally. I hate the Japanese and that goes for all of them last year, the supreme court, revisited Komatsu and repudiated. Chief Justice John Roberts said the mass. Interment was objectively unlawful, but this was the same day his court upheld President Trump's travel ban against mostly Muslim nations. Fred Komatsu's, Dr Karen wrote an op Ed in the New York Times, here's a reading from it. My father spent his life fighting for Justice and educating people about the inhumanity of the Japanese American incarceration, so that we would learn from our mistakes, although he would be somewhat. Glad his case was finally overruled. He'd be upset that it was cited while upholding discrimination against another marginalized group. Fred Komatsu died in two.
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"Drove into a parking garage wall. And Yonkers firefighters were working last night to shore up several lever levels of the garage at the cross county mall. Yonkers assistant fire chief John Flynn says the wall was dislodged from its supports and was in danger of pancakey onto. The structure below Flynn says some cars were removed while repairs are being made and a New York couple whose Jeep crashed on the way to their wedding got lucky when a police officer responding at the scene gave them a ride to the ceremony and he did more serving as a witness yesterday at the town hall in lake rove on Long Island. Police say the crash was caused by another vehicle making a sudden u-turn there were no injuries WNYC right now. Six minutes after eight o'clock right now, thirty six degrees heading up to a high of forty three this afternoon. Support for NPR comes from the doors. Duke charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development award support
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"The doors Duke charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development awards support promising early career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve human health and from the listeners of Kate Kiwi partly cloudy tonight in the bay area. Lows will be in the forties. The weekend will be mostly cloudy, and there's a chance of rain on Sunday. This is fresh air. I'm David being Cooley editor of the website TV worth watching sitting in for Terry. Gross. Today's guest is Loudon Wainwright to third a longtime singer songwriter whose often confessional approach to his writing seems to run in the family. He has children from three different women and three of those children are songwriters. He's written songs about them as they have about him. But this sometimes auto biographical perspective actually began with Loudon father Loudon, Wainwright junior. Who from the nineteen sixties to the nineteen eighties wrote a column for life magazine. The column was called the view from here. And it subjects often included his children and his father. The original Loudon Wainwright. Loudon wainwright. The third in his new one man Netflix special called surviving twin deals with all this complicated family history. He performed songs about his dad his grandfather and his children, and he also recites verbatim and very effectively some of his father's columns for life magazine, often a quotation from the father leads to a song from the sun and the combination makes for a wonderful and an intimate experience. This is my father talking to you about his father. If I remain still. If I am alone and silent long enough to hear the sound of my own blood or breathing or digestion above the rustling leaves and the were of the refrigerator. My father is likely to turn up. He just arrived unbidden in the long running film of my thoughts like Hitchcock in his pictures. And he looks for all these forty plus years of disembodiment much like himself big and sandy haired with freckles on the backs of his hands perhaps a bit more diffident in the way, he holds himself that I remember. Doesn't stay long. As far as I can tell his visits have no message. Yet. Even though years of therapy have led me to make the dark whistling claim. And he's finally dead and gone. My father. Who died when I was seventeen. Continues to be my principal. Ghost? A lifelong. Squeeze and only my own and we'll finish it. I've.
Trump Foundation To Dissolve Amid New York AG's Investigation
"President Trump's charitable foundation has reached the deal to dissolve amid a legal battle with New York's attorney general new. Filed a lawsuit last spring accusing the foundation of operating like an extension of Trump's businesses and political campaign that suit will continue a judge must still sign off on the agreement.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Charitable foundation will be shut down as part of a deal with New York's attorney, general York state attorney general Barbara Underwood says her office and the Trump foundation filed a joint stipulation setting a path to dissolve under the court supervision, this stems from a suit accusing the foundation of operating illegally as an arm of the president's private businesses and his campaign. Trump foundation lawyers argued that any legalities found were minor at best. As part of the deal foundation assets will be redistributed to organizations approved by Underwood's office. She also seeks to have the president and his eldest children banned from managing other charities Grenell. Scott, Fox News is that it has become the first state in the US with an overall female majority legislature Clark county commissioners appointed to women Tuesday, if it will vacant at assembly seats in the Las Vegas area. A former national championship winning head basketball. Coach is going after the school. They fired him last mart complaint filed Tuesday. In US district court, former university of Connecticut, head men's basketball, coach Kevin Ollie says he was subject to despair treatment by the school compared to his predecessor Jim Calhoun, and the complaint alleges Yukon attempted to legally block him from filing a racial discrimination claim stemming from his dismissal earlier this year, saying the university refused to continue with an arbitration process that will determine financial obligation to the head coach Ali is seeking ten million dollars from the school claiming Yukon fired him for just cause for far less than the NCW violations that were levied against Jim Calhoun, Manopolio Tano, Fox News surgeon general says swift actions needed to prevent millions of teenagers and tweens from becoming hooked on e cigarettes your own at Hiromi atom says parents teachers and doctors must take aggressive steps to address what he's calling an epidemic of underage vaping last month. Joel shut down its social media accounts and stopped in store sales of.
Trump Foundation shutting amid probe into donations
"Donald Trump charitable foundation has reached an agreement with the New York state attorney general to dissolve in the past President Trump said the New York attorney general's lawsuit against his nonprofit was politically motivated, and he wouldn't settle New York. AG Barbara Underwood responded. This is a straightforward case. Of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations and nonprofit corporations the AG is still seeking restitution and she wants Mr. Trump and his three oldest children to be barred from serving on the board of any other New York based nonprofit Underwood said the foundation illegally coordinated with the Trump presidential campaign and had acted as a checkbook to serve. Mr. Trump's
Trump Foundation has agreed to dissolve, New York AG says
"This year. President Trump's charitable foundation will be shut down as part of a deal with New York's attorney general New York state attorney general Barbara Underwood says her office and the Trump foundation filed a joint stipulation setting a path to dissolve under the court supervision, this stems from a suit accusing the foundation of operating illegally as an arm of the president's private businesses and his campaign. Trump foundation lawyers argued that any illegalities found were minor at best as part. Of the deal foundation assets will be redistributed to organizations approved by Underwood's office. She also seeks to have the president and his eldest children banned from
"charitable foundation" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Hello. That folks say do you remember time back in? Now. I must have been the year of eighteen in June. I believe when President Donald Trump was caught up in a bit of dental. No, yes, you say a while back. The Trump family had endeavoured to create a charitable foundation Bali for the Trump family, right wrong. As it turns out. They were fixing horns log list. That foundation was hardly more than Mr. Trump's personal pocket book. There was no real board or oversight. And the man they claimed was the treasurer of the foundation for over a decade did not even know. Yeah. The honor of such a position, and who can blame them for being unaware is giving the board haven't met since the year ninety nine this. So called charity was nothing of the kind that is of course, unless the legal expenses of corrupt billionaires are charitable cause in your book. Or maybe you think the best way to ameliorate the condition of those less fortunate souls is to buy a painting of. Donald Trump and hang it in his own golf course. The Trump foundation spent ten thousand dollars on that portrait which in today's dollars would be somewhere in the neighborhood of ten thousand. Now, I know it's been a month of Sundays since the scandal. So maybe you might have forgotten all about it. Yonah mountain remembers. And heck maybe with a bit of luck special counsel mall remembers to well, I best be on my way, you all take care now. Other folks, you might forget an heck the whole country might forget but yellow mountain remembers nine now..
"charitable foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Doris Duke charitable foundation whose clinical scientists development awards support promising early career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve human health. Welcome back to Latino USA. I'm Hossen and when we left off writer and storyteller. Godless Kotkin had been woken up in the middle of the night after his wife's water broke. He tells us what happened next I hopped on a bed and immediately thought I need a birth plan. First step in my plan, put some pants on which I did. We were ready to leave within minutes. There was just one obstacle in the living room. We needed to get past my in-laws. They just happened to be visiting and we're sleeping on an air mattress. And I looked at my wife. I said what do you want to do about the people in the other room? And she whispered urgently just. So we just went I didn't look at them. I raced past them. I didn't know if they were wake we get to the car, and I received a text from my mother-in-law where are you going? I didn't know whether to tell you the truth and freak her out or play a cool and respond something along the lines of everything's fine. We're just going to rave. Don't worry. I decided that I would let her know what was happening when I knew what was happening. So we got to the hospital in record time. He rushed to the security guard and asked him where do people go when they have babies. These were his exact words make a left take the elevator to the second floor make a right and a right and a right go down the hall make a right and a left and.
Dimitrius Jones, Officer and Willie Wilson discussed on Drew Garabo Live
"Cash giveaway saying there's nothing wrong with his charitable foundations paperwork Chicago mayoral candidate who is black says he's tired of white people telling him what to do he says he used. His own money not taxpayer. Dollars a man is dead following a break in at the home of the. Chicago police officer. Early this morning police say
Donald Trump, Kidnapping and Forced Sodomy discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"His desire to stop the election of donald trump the justice department's internal watchdog says those messages sullied the fbi's reputation and cast a cloud over its investigation into hillary clinton's emails even if they did not affect the investigation itself fbi director christopher ray this report did not find any evidence of political bias or improper considerations actually impacting the investigation under review the report faulted former fbi director james comey for his handling of the probe new york attorney general barbara underwood is suing president trump and his foundation accusing him of illegally using the charities money to settle disputes involving his business empire and to boost his political fortunes during his run for the white house this is not either a sleazy or political action this is a straightforward case of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations the lawsuit against trump and the foundation directors children don jr eric ivanka seeks to point eight billion dollars in restitution and the dissolution of the foundation the suit details what it says was a closely coordinated effort by trump's campaign and the foundation to burnish his political image by giving out big grants of other people's money to veterans organizations during the runup to the iowa caucuses x nfl player kellen winslow junior has been arrested on suspicion of rape and other sex crimes against multiple victims in southern california authorities say allegations include forced sodomy kidnapping and indecent exposure last week windsor was jailed on suspicion of burglarizing a residence at a mobile home park that thirty four year old played for four teams between two thousand four.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"No prob sorry folks had a move my fan it's getting really hot my office today it's florida it's you know right around it gets to be about one hundred and twenty to write about okay i saw this reuters yesterday names came up and i was like here we go this is why cohen's office got rated quote from reuters the new york times reported on monday evening that muller is investigating one hundred and fifty thousand dollar payment made in september of twenty fifteen by ukrainian billionaire viktor pinchuk to trump's charitable foundation in exchange for joe's point do his head for a twenty minute video appearance by trump at a conference in kiev coen solicited the pinchuk donation the times reported citing three sources it said we're briefed on the matter although it was not immediately clear if monday's raids sought information on that issue i said to myself okay i'm gonna walk through this very slowly so please forgive me so mahler's now investigating his team a hundred and fifty thousand dollar payment for trump appearance which i don't know is there i don't understand what i get i get paid for appearances at a legal someone better tell me quick speaking seizes that'll haven't done one in a while but is that a legal because last time i checked hillary clinton and speakers bureaus were set up for speaking fees i wasn't aware that was a legal but apparently it is for trump joe so just to be clear muller's investigating a six figure payment one hundred fifty thousand dollars solicited by cohen.
"charitable foundation" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
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"charitable foundation" Discussed on WLOB
"Show charitable foundation here's a text message from can who writes mike just yesterday you told us not to be surprised if the next time it's not just people cutting the heads off mannequins or acting in place now here we are i wanna know when for the first time in decades we're going to start enforcing existing laws governing a sedition and terroristic threats this seems to me to be a watershed moment in in american history and in our culture in the language we use this virginia shooting suspect who his own social media defines him as a bernie sanders supporter who hate hated donald trump said trump and company must go and this is the guy who evidently targeted a group of republican congressmen today this is going to be a very big deal maybe people on the left are going to try to minimize this i doubt that they'll be able to i had dennis prager my good friend and colleague from the sale of radio network on the show the other day who is defending his column at national review say this is really another civil war what we're experiencing and a lot of never trumpers and a lot of other conserve but of riders took dennis to task for that well there's no real violence going on dennis how do you say that how can you say this is a civil war and of course as dennis said this is a fight for the soul of america this is a fight for our future for our country's sovereignty for the supreme court for rules and laws well what under if they'll continue to disagree with what dennis said because this would you see this kind of violence being directed towards republicans sure seems to change the tone doesn't it changes the narrative in a very big way our numbers one.