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NYPD Cops Can't Take Unscheduled Days off After Chauvin Verdict
"Is pausing unscheduled days off until further notice and anticipation of a verdict in the Derrick Show. Vin Murder trial a show Bala reports closing arguments in the former Minneapolis cops trial or set for Monday, and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says the department has been planning how to handle potential protests for quite some time last year. Unrest following the police custody Death of George Floyd resulted in a lawsuit from New York Attorney General Tish James. She called attention to a pattern of excessive, brutal and unlawful force against protesters. In addition to the police Department, the lawsuit also charges the city Mayor de Blasio Shay and former chief of department Terry Monahan, with a variety of failures that caused human rights violations. A show Kabbalah WR news
Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison at 82
"Age of 82. It was once chair of the NASDAQ stock market, pleading guilty in 9 2002, security sprawled and other charges, he admitted. Swindling billions of dollars from investors in a decades long scheme. When hearing about made off step this morning, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said made off hurt a lot of people. They someone passes is not a time to dance on the grave. But let's just be honest. Many, many people were hurt by his actions and No, it's time hopefully. Turn the page and move forward. And those hurt by made off include many in South Florida all the way into Hollywood and across the globe, a source telling ABC News that made off died of natural causes at a federal prison hospital in North Carolina. Or federal mass
NYC Subways Are Less Busy and Less Safe
"O R news. Well, some writers are not returning to the subway, and it has nothing to do with the pandemic and empty a study found that people feel less safe. Because of crime and harassment than they did just six months ago. 72% of writers say they're very concerned about the safety of their commute. It comes as shootings have spiked in the city this year, and Mayor de Blasio is now promising to bring those numbers down. A 12 year old boy, one of the latest shooting victims hit with a bullet over the weekend on a Brooklyn street. Shootings up 57% the first three months of the year compared to the same timeframe. Last year. The mayor once again pressed by reporters on what the city is doing about the surgeon shootings, We're gonna fight it back with a lot of gun arrests, which is exactly what you're seeing. We will turn the tide. De Blasio again blamed the pandemic for the surgeon, gun violence, getting the court system going getting the economy going again. Getting kids back in school in large numbers in September. All of these
New York City Schools Change 'Two-Case' Rule To 'Four-Case' Rule
"De Blasio, meanwhile, making it easier for schools to stay open. He's getting rid of the two case rule, replacing it with a four case ruled Well, schools were only temporarily closed. If there are four Oh, more Cupid cases in different classrooms within a week. It can be traced to exposure inside. That school is replaces the rover. A school closes with just two unrelated cases. Schools chancellor Me supporter says This means far fewer closures. We've seen the studies, consulted with medical experts and base this change on guidance from the CDC. And we've heard the voices of our school communities calling for increased ability around in person. Learning classroom quarantines will continue if a positive cases identified in that classroom.
These Broadway Shows Are Selling Tickets for September Return
"Is still shut down, but some shows have tickets on sale for early September. Scott Pringle reports. There's no set date for the return of Broadway. However, the musical's jagged little pill ain't too proud and life and times of the temptations all showed ticket sales starting September 7th the musical Chicago even as an August 2nd tickets sell date, Mayor de Blasio in the city's top doctors have expressed optimism for the industry returning in the early fall. Not currently profitable for Broadway theaters to reopen under current covert capacity rules.
De Blasio unveils new rule for closing New York schools with COVID cases
"About what it'll take to close a New York City school during these times of pandemic, the entire school If there are two cases or three cases in a week that will lead to an increase in testing, but not a closure. If there's four or more cases, and they're in different classrooms on can be traced to a known exposure within the school. That's when there will be a closure, and today's testimony
New York City Public Beaches To Open Starting Memorial Day Weekend
"Some good news here in the city, they'll Maeda Blasio says beaches and pools will open on time. Mayor De Blasio's says beaches will open to the public Memorial Day weekend in the pools will open on Saturday, June 26th. The day after the last day of school. Last year, we had to delay the openings with public beaches. We had to limit the number of outdoor public pools this year. We get to do what is great for the families of the city. The kids of this city and Bossio says Covert related protocols from last summer will remain in place of the pools and beaches. But those rules Could possibly be loosened in the
De Blasio Plans To Open All New York City Public Beaches Starting Memorial Day Weekend
"Everybody in the water. Mayor de Blasio says beaches will open to the public Memorial Day weekend and pools will open on Saturday. June 26. It's outdoors. It's exactly what we want people to be. It's a great way for the family's New York City to spend their summer We're gonna do it the right way, Which means yes, there will be health and safety measures in place. Last year, the city delayed public beach openings and only had a limited number of pools open. De Blasio says Covert related rules could possibly be
With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return
"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for
New York City Public Beaches To Open Starting Memorial Day Weekend
"City pools and beaches will be open on time this year. Mayor de Blasio says beaches will be open to the public Memorial Day weekend and pools will open on Saturday, June 26th the day after the last day of school, DiBlasio says covert related rules from last summer will remain in place, but rules could possibly be loosened in the summer. York City has 14 miles of public beaches
Mayor Bill de Blasio offers clarity on marijuana use in New York City
"Since the legalization of recreational marijuana in New York Mayor De Blasio's says there's a real concern for a lot of people about the strong smell of pot. The mayor says the city has strong cigarette laws that also relate to marijuana. Every place Where you're prohibited from smoking cigarettes are also prohibited from smoking marijuana, de Blasio says. It's about educating people about the new reality of marijuana and doing the right kind of enforcement, he adds. It's going to take time, and it will also be an adjustment. Lisa G. NEW York With more vaccine going out, Americans are showing they're
New York City Doing Away With 2-Case Rule For School Closures
"Is changing coronavirus related rules to make it easier for schools to stay open here. Scott Pringle Mayor De Blasio says the rule were a school automatically shuts after two unrelated coronavirus cases is being tossed. Ah lot of parents have said to us The two case rule obviously has led to an extraordinary number of closures. We know that Any other standard will lead to a lot fewer closures. He says. That new standard will be announced in the coming days as he discusses what to put in place with school staff unions now because the two case rule is being scrapped, the mayor is extending the opt in window students doing all remote learning will now have until Friday to decide whether to come back to the classroom. Scott
New York City Schools Doing Away With 2-Case Rule For School Closures
"Changing rules to make it easier for schools to stay open. Mayor De Blasio says the rule where a school automatically shuts for up to two weeks after two unrelated coronavirus cases is being tossed. The two case rule obviously has led to an extraordinary number of closures. We know that any other standard will lead to a lot fewer closures. The mayor says New rules on closures will be announced in the coming days. Students
New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana
"The recreational use of marijuana is now legal in New York state. Under the bill, possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal. They'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars. And eventually, it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of 21 Mayor Bill de Blasio is praising it. This is a hugely important moment. For the state of New York. Lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational, marijuana and other pot products will eventually bring in 300 year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program. Julie Walker, NEW York
New York governor signs bill legalizing recreational marijuana for adults
"Empire State is going green. So to speak. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation legalizing recreational marijuana for those 21 older and the new law also automatically expunge is convictions for marijuana possession that would now be legal and directs 40% of pot tax revenue to communities of color that disproportionately faced. We'd charges New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is a hugely important moment for the state of New York. So huge congratulations to the Legislature for a major major step to reform. New York is now the 15th state with legal recreational marijuana.
New York is latest state to legalize recreational marijuana
"I'm Julie Walker recreational marijuana is now legal in New York state under the bill possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal they'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars and eventually it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of twenty one mayor bill de Blasio is raising it this is a hugely important moment for the state of New York lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational marijuana and other pop products will eventually bring in three hundred million a year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program Julie Walker New York
NY lawmakers pass pot legalization, sending bill to governor
"I'm Julie Walker governor Andrew Cuomo is set to sign a bill legalizing recreational marijuana in New York under the bill possession of small amounts of marijuana is legal they'll also be programs to help communities that bore the brunt of national and state drug wars and eventually it'll allow the sales of marijuana in the state to people over the age of twenty one mayor bill de Blasio is raising it this is a hugely important moment for the state of New York lawmakers estimate the legalization of recreational marijuana and other pop products will eventually bring in three hundred million a year to cover the state's cost of regulating and enforcing the program Julie Walker New York
65-Year-Old Asian Woman Attacked IN New York City
"For a man who viciously attacked an Asian American woman near New York City's Times Square, asking for the public's help not only in locating the suspect but in doing its own part to stand up to the Racists. Police on Tuesday blanket in midtown Manhattan with wanted posters and offered a 25 $100 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of the man seen on surveillance Monday. Brutalizing the woman as she walked to church. She stomped on her face, kicked her in the stomach. Shouted anti Asian American slurs. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. And we need everyone to be a part of this because yesterday, I don't know if you've seen the video but absolutely disgusting and outrageous video. Of a name. Asian woman being attacked pushed the ground kicked viciously by someone full of hate. That was bad enough, but then to see A security guard standing nearby and not intervening. Absolutely acceptable. Look, I don't care who you are. I don't care what you do. You've got to help your fellow in New Yorker. And if you see someone being attacked Do whatever you can make noise. Call out what's happening. Go and try and help immediately call for help call 911. I mean, this is something where we all have to be part of the solution. We can't just stand back and watch a heinous act happening. And I think for so many Asian American, New Yorkers who are feeling isolated right now feeling fearful they need to know that they have solidarity of all New Yorkers and support On the attack Monday among the latest international spike in anti Asian hate crimes. That happened just weeks after a mass shooting in Atlanta left eight dead, six of them women of Asian descent.
"de blasio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I wish you could see this is Bill de Blasio, the worst The worst mayor in America. Okay, the worst mayor in the entire country he has. He has presided over the destruction of the Golden age of New York City, the largest wealthiest City and in America that the greatest concentration of culture and restaurants and everything else I said concentration. I didn't say the greatest, but there's the most stuff here, and it's ruined. People are fleeing. There's trash everywhere. Crime is up. People are depressed. Real estate is going on sold on rented businesses. They're fleeing. People are fleeing. It's a mess. And what is he doing? Yeah. I just want everybody to know that we're going to have this this program with a lot of minds dancing. And they're gonna be dancing all over because culture, you know, having people in in Like jumpsuits, looking like Teletubbies or something dancing around, you know, wiggling their behinds and doing a little list that well that you know, it's funky. Sort of Blasier wants you to know it's funky. Oh, my gosh. Brewster Mark. Did you see the video? Yes, I did. And my exaggerating the weirdness of it. It's just classic Bill de Blasio. Any time he speaks, It's like this guy, his big program for bringing the city back. Is that have city funded bad dance theater. You know, it's like that's not even though if he were going around, saying we're gonna have like Like, you know, Break dancer Troops go around to perform in public, I'd say all right, that's kind of cool. Actually, no, De Blasio finds a way to make this. It's just so bizarre. The whole thing is so weird. And this is what they're focusing on right now. I mean, it really does look like a bunch of minds. Who are who are stuck inside a box and the mayor of New York City as the minds air. Finding the edges of the box on video is saying, You know, we're gonna break the city back by having this program to bring culture. Our cultural community is the whole thing. Oh, my gosh. What we're seeing is really the destruction of The Democrat, this sort of the Democrat model of city City governance. That's what's happening now. Every can see it now that now that people realize It used to be. I think that your state and local government you would think of as Oh, You know, it's kind of bad everywhere doesn't make that much of a difference. And you just stay where you stay wherever you've got family. Now, people say, Hold on a second. You're telling me that I can live in a place with with lower taxes? Better government services more freedom, less progressivism. Left, well less woke nous. I could just do that like tomorrow if I want to. And, Yep, the answer is yes, and people are leaving. It's gonna be happening all across the country, and it's not going to stop because the pandemic what people have to remember is that California, California and New York Have certain things going for them. And now California's is amazing and beautiful and geographically, there's so much that it's such a lucky place in that regard. But you know, if you wanted to be the entertainment industry, you had to kind of be in l A or at least if you want to be the movie industry, you had to be in L. A And if you want to be in the big boy Cos of Silicon Valley, you know the big time Cos of sale of Silicon Valley. You had to be in the Bay Area of San Francisco and in New York for finance and for her honestly, for news media, there were a lot of careers where New York was the place. But now people are realizing that if you can work from wherever Why not live in a place you like more where your money goes further and where you.
"de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"That helped him but he was able because he had a message in story. And a clarity of purpose and benefited from the failures of other candidates. Who were may be better positioned to win you know. He won without a lot of the traditional things we look at so i think that's not a great answer but i think i try to look more than just endorsements money in polling which are like the things you kind of like out of habit. Look to and really look like. Who's saying something clear that has a populist message and who has a personal story because that seems to matter more than ever in politics just quickly you just want to say. I think we just hit on two really important. Sort of cautionary aspects of what is facing us in journalism and also voters in looking back at bill de blasio. One is the vetting of candidates which again is is harder with bigger field but bill de blasio is probably not vetted as well as he could or should have been by by voters in the media. But it's also very hard to vet someone in certain ways for the position of mayor of new york city which there's almost nothing else like But how we assess personality types in managerial types in style of of these things you know the every candidates going to have a bunch of policy position papers out that will appeal to different people. But how do we really assess whether they could run the city. And then you know this idea that you just got it. Sally of people who are really speaking to the electorate and the electorate is really hearing in an interesting way that we might not be able to fully pick up on that might be even more challenging in the zoom era. Sorry we're going to you know. I mean that's i was just gonna add quickly that it's really feel disadvantage as a reporter. Not being able to talk to people on the street in the way that you know i would be where we not pandemic in the middle of winter and so hopefully that will become easier on policing wondering if those obviously going to be huge issue was in two thousand and thirteen the blasios kind of wrote it to to city hall and on that You know i'm. I'm curious what you think. My sense is that someone who is endorsing..
"de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Today. That the middle of this weekend middle of this week, no one knows who it is. You keep hearing the name Kamala Harris that's because Kamala Harris keep promoting As Willie, Brown says she should not accepted. She. Should turn it down. Why would the Democrat Willy Brown's say that because she was Willy Brown's mistress for many years. In fact, that's pretty much as she got her career sleeping with Willie Brown. So he knows if she becomes the vice presidential candidate, this is GonNa be a big news and talk about. In great deal a great detail. Willie. Brown does not need this. So he keeps saying she should not accept this not take this. This is the biggest nightmare for Willie Brown. Ever. You see the Maureen dowd a mess over the weekend. She wrote a column about if when Biden Pixel woman. It'll be so interesting to have a male and female on a ticket. It's the first time in thirty four years since. Geraldine Ferraro. There's ever been a male female ticket on the democratic side and this got A. Publicist New York Times published it was up on the website. Until everybody explained to them. Two Thousand Sixteen was Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine male female. But doesn't that? Isn't it? Fascinating? I Maureen Dowd could be that dumb but also fascinating that nobody the New York Times no editor know anybody caught that. Actually got editors. Yeah. Just incredibly stupid and probably New York. Times is not making a lot of money like it used to. So that probably had to cut back drastically on staffs and nobody caught the mistake she finally. Corrected it. The issued a correction but. Hillary Clinton putting out all kinds of statements about to stop with the pot. Brownies. That's an it's a reference to a million years ago Maureen Dowd wrote about taking pot brownies nobody would remember that. Even Hillary. So they obviously told her about Hillary speaking out about something I. think he needs to take whatever time needs to make the choice. Oh, he's talking about Biden like Biden is going to make the choice. Is the one making the decision the person that I could work with that? I WanNa work with day in and day out and good times and hard times inside the White House to serve our country. What good time would you have working with Hillary? Clinton other good times. The committee that's doing the choosing Biden has nothing. Biden doesn't even know. He's GonNa they'll tell him who he chose. The committee is working on this Kamala Harris has a big problem, the head of the committee. Is Chris Dodd he hates. Kamala Harris is doing everything to block her There are some people like the but the main argument against the first Bush's very unpopular with Democrats. Out of all the primary candidates, he was the first one to bomb out remember she was gone after one debate totally bombed out She's mopey dreary number two personality. She also attacked Biden in that first debate for twenty minutes about how a racist he was. Some people argue that that's why she shouldn't be picked because that'll neutralized that they'll never be able to use that again. because. She'll be on the ticket and just say right I don't really I. Don't really think that. in the but the main argument I've heard this that behind the scenes, the people against using his she's another Hillary Clinton. She's got that Hillary Clinton ability that she's like a stiff unlikable person like Hillary Clinton that's a pretty good game. Perfect. Hey check out the web page..
"de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Mention it ever heard them say a word about it. Ever see them come to New York and try to do anything never. These are like bad waiters who just looking oh, sorry. It's not my table you could help you. The worst leadership in the world and blamed Cuomo unlike the blasios Cuomo has half a brain he could step in and and do what these people do. They should be at City Hall everyday screaming at the mayor that we're not leaving this office until you pick up the phone and get the police work and again and Sivan's a smart guy. But he's What is he doing here? Just pretending to be maybe he is nutty progressive but he's not arresting anybody at What was that story had before but he declined to press charges. Some also. This was a crazy case where they went to arrest and organizer of the Black Lives Movement for assaulting a police officer. And crowd gathered outside the guy's apartment he was live broadcasting to. And the COPS backed off. Eventually he he eventually surrenders but five ants drops the charges. Sivan's drops the charges against this guy who assaulted police. This is Cy Vance. Who is so busy looking at Donald Trump's two thousand, twelve tax returns just in case maybe there might be something what a waste of resources and he won't prosecute this guy what are we going to do? How much longer advancing office? that. reelected. How to Blasios a year and a half Cuomo two and a half years, we can't survive this I don't. I. It's not just here Chicago last night was. Looting and fires everywhere. You know in Chicago. You know what it looks like with those waterways all around downtown. The bridges over all the water world of high rises are they had arrays raise all those bridges last night they had to put the bridges up and leave them up to contain the rioting ahead of shutdown all transit, you go to contain the rioting as the city burned last night. Yeah. Joe. Biden's got a good chance of reelection. This isn't a lot of baggage for him to deal with. You might say, how does a guy get elected when this is his team well, Biden such a fast talker such a slick talker. He'll talk his way around this just give them a chance..
"de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Biden. Mumbling Joe Biden everybody on the Biden secret service detail saying he's really falling apart in the last month. He's getting a lot worse. It's not good. It's not good So that's why you see all these Democrats now talking about maybe they shouldn't be a debate. You hear this all the time. Now, why should he debate donald trump just lie there's no reason to they're trying to lay out the groundwork for pulling out of the debates. You can have a presidential race without debate no debates in sixty, four, sixty, eight, seventy, two. Years there were no debates but I I just think if he pulls out. that'll turn off this whole race will depend on Independence Democrats vote for Democrats Republicans will go with trump the independence. If he pulls out the realize he's not competent, and then the president will just keep pointing this out and this is the whole key to everything. He's actually comatose he's not conscious. So who is running this? If he wins who's the committee that will run the country figure Obama Valerie Jarrett. People say Hillary's involved now. Some big Soros types, but they're going to have to identify the committee that will run the country I. Think we're titled To know that. Don't you think You're never gonNA know there's not going to say, well, that's yeah. You'RE GONNA trust them on the answer. But if they you know bring out on a hand truck this weekend at Bernie's guy. He's the candidate we gotta know who's really running things even Michael Goodwin who was getting a little wobbly there the last week on President Trump's victory. His column today saying basement show this is not gonNA work. This whole scheme with Baseman show is not gonNA work hide in the basement pretend he's awake not gonNA work. So the only hope for Democrats is this mail in voting stuff. Because that allows complete and total fraud everywhere as DNC chairs have said as Jimmy Carter study showed total fraud when you get to complete mail in voting now, the only catch to that, it can take forever to count votes even with the fraud. Look at this Carolyn Maloney race this is a tiny little congressional race. and they're counting the ballots in Queens how long this has been that where we're going into week seven pretty soon with they actually just declared Carolyn Maloney the winter yo some. Okay, she's a winner. You see there you go. Six weeks. That's all it took. That's sixty thousand votes at six weeks sixty thousand votes. So how much if that takes six weeks? How much would one hundred and twenty million votes take? Literally a year two years. Yeah. Yeah. So I think that's put the president should start talking about how maybe he'd like mail in voting that guarantees them another year no matter what that'll stop all these Democrats see he hasn't really learn how to play them yet. Every great doctor you talk to loves hydroxy chloroquine in the early stages can really help with corona virus. Every great Dr. soon as the president said it, it was the most evil drug in the world nobody's allowed to use you gotta stop. So he's got to learn how to play these people. He should have come out early and said I, want mail in voting I think that's the way to go. Then they would refuse to allow any mail in voting anywhere. So I don't think it'll ever happen because it's already August. It's impossible at this point even if you wanted to switch to mail in voting, it would take years to get up to speed. Now now, people are always asking why C. Four absentee balloting. And why does he think Florida's okay we He's Got Republicans running Florida that he can trust. But you around you've seen these mayors and governors that are running some of these states which you trust them..
"de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Trump will get to the weasel Chris Wallace will get to We'll get to the idiotic mayor de Blasio. We'll get Goya. We got lots to talk about Roger Stone a lot more coming up on today's program Michael Goodwin will be with us a little later. fascinating stuff about the New York Times apparently. The New York Times is owned to the family that owns its slave owners. and they were big supporters of the confederacy the New York, times. So where's that cancel culture? We'll get to that. Coming up, so let me explain this Chris Wallace interview yesterday. I guess you know Mo- you remember if you watch the Sunday shows you get so annoyed. Slanted biased they. are this worm each Chuck Todd and This dirty corrupt George Stephanopoulos, and I say that because they're the most biased shows in the world, every question every guest everything is slanted. WAS President Trump wrong? We'll ask our panel next then. They come back to the panel six Democrats. This is the panel. This is the bounce once the put Chris Christie in there and he knows not to go too far defending trump otherwise you'll be out of a job and then What's that? Chuck Todd when the guest is a Republicans tearing them apart every time they opened. His mouth is nine. Follow up questions. He's backing away and then they come back from commercial and the same Chuck Todd. And he's this nice. Guy Let's the person answer. It's like Jekyll and Hyde So. But you've got to remember that you get annoyed watching these shows, most people don't watch the Sunday morning shows ninety eight percent of America maybe ninety nine percent never sees the Sunday morning shows that talking to a combined total of four or five million people and that's it. And the lowest rated of them is Chris, Wallace. So! Why would the president? He can do any Sundays show. You could call up any of these shows. They'll do an hour with you. Why did you? Why did he choose Chris Wallace? Everybody's missing that. Knowledge of the volunteer for this he chose Chris Wallace to do this with because over the last year or two Chris, Wallace has become the most annoying of these guys. The most hated around America a lot of people in New York. Especially you upper east side a dinner party crowd Southampton crowd the trump failures Chris Wallace. Respected shirtless. He's the most hated guy all across America's. He's just so annoying and obnoxious. And that's why the president chose him now. You GotTa give him credit for this. The president. That's pretty fearless. Pick the guy that's going to give you the most slanted most. Most ruthless, vicious brutal interview. Pick that voluntarily and go do it for an hour. because the president looks like he's falling into traps, but he actually it's just like animal instinct. He knows what's going to work watching him battle. Chris Wallace helps him a lot across America now. This interview yesterday became like a Rohrschack test. If you go on twitter afterwards, your watch everybody's comments. They're liberal. trumpeters thought that trump was wiped out. That's what they saw. They thought that this was the end of the trump campaign. He was completely wiped out. He was destroyed by Chris Wallace. Now. If you look at the trump lovers, they taught Chris Wallace. Look like a fool. He was embarrassed. He was humiliated but it was. It was, and it was the thing that Sunday shows. Years ago when it was real Sunday shows you know with. Tim, Russert or Bob Schieffer those kind of guys David Brinkley during. The discussion was about policy. They'd ask you about a policy to discuss your What you what?.
"de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Hey. Let's take some calls. Let's go to Dave and Chicago Dave. WHAT'S GOING ON IN CHICAGO? we're still here mark. They're still the rioting and the whole police mess and whatnot, but I wanted to weigh in on your discussion about the answer. MIMA brand I. Remember years and years ago, there was a restaurant chain called. Sambo's. which I believe it's now defunct. That's a long time ago. Yeah, there's It's good point. There's a lot of stupid Stereotypes that holdovers from a million years ago. It's good to clean up some of that, but you don't Wanna go crazy racing everything you know. There's a School Horace Mann School. It's a private school. Here in New York. A lot of famous people went to Horace. Mann, including Attorney General William Bar now there's a of protesters who want William bars name removed from the alumni list of Horace Mann. Can you imagine this you have? A student turns out to be the Attorney General of the United States twice under George Bush senior under president trump, and they won't. Even when they put on the list of prominent, they want his name removed so that's the problem with this Little stupid symbolic things you can get carried away and start doing it on the most. Trivia and the world. Let's go to Maurice in Queens. How you doing Maurice Okay Martin Love your show. Mark I got a question for you two of them. CUOMO's letting that always on Jonas, three criminals. Yes, why can't we refer Alcatraz again? Alcatraz in San, Francisco I why can't we just rebuild that? All over again can get somebody's. What is that GonNa? Do for us here in New York well. We've got our own Alcatraz. Got An Alcatraz bigger one than Alcatraz? It's called rikers island. Thanks for calling the problem is this rikers island is on the Big island with a road, going right to it and apparently some big. Real Estate Somebody wants rikers island. They want to build something there. I don't know if it's condos, a hotel or whatever, but somebody wants rikers island. That's why. Mayor de Blasio. Who is you know he's in? A panic now. He doesn't know it's a real crisis. Not Handle it for six years. His job was taken care of donors and making deals with real estate developers, and but that's that's one of the things everybody believes is behind the effort to empty out rikers island. If you've got a big prison that'll hold everybody and it's on an island. Nothing could be more secure. Why would you wanNA close that down and open five prisons? Prisons all over the place to make up for it first of all. Why spend the money to build five prisoners? Minority got one and it's empty. obviously somebody wants that island, and I think this crisis is screwed up governor. CUOMO and Mayor de Blasios tied them up so much if they don't have time to pull off whatever that weasel deal was..
"de blasio" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Thanks mark. Thanks for calling. Take Care Let's go to Vincent Vincent. Good Morning MOC MOC. There's a big difference in how police treat you. In the United States especially in these big liberal blue cities like New York in this Maniac Mirror Minneapolis who have used the police departments of these cities as social experiments, their more concerned with getting diversity but diversity where a lot of times you getting people who are too short, who overweight who even may have mental problems like this cop? Obviously add mopped. I've been tossed in new. York City in California and. And when I was torched in Italy by the real inside Lingo there, he's been tossed. Not. What you know what I mean, mock I. Know! Would I mean ma? I've been even slip searched by the secret police. In Italy I've got who went to get hazard pay for? Machine guns in their arms and everything mock. I was always treated in Italy whenever something happens like that Mr, so and so do this Mr so and so do that Mr so and so do this. Where is here a one time? My girlfriend is driving my car. My sports car because I had a little too many drinks and I was my birthday. We got stopped. The cops were bulk loaded mark. Let me preface this by saying. There's bad apples in every bunch. Yes, unfortunately I really think they could do a greatest square psychological screening of a lot of these. Stopped concentrating on getting the most diverse police force like the Joe, says get the best, not the most diverse. In this case. This wasn't a diversity from, but this cops are bad. Copies got ten prior incidents of terrible ridiculous violent stuff amy Klobuchar was the prosecutor declined to prosecute on one of them. It's just awful Vincent? Have you ever had you on anybody's neck? Dancer. But that guy was clearly. Clearly in the wrong, also people are saying why didn't deplete? Why didn't anybody bystanders do anything? Did you see the guys partner? If you to tried to do anything, they would've turned around them and put a cap in your. What do you go? What are these people crazy? You can't. You can't interfere. Those showed you i. mean as you said people had voice recordings on your cell phones of saying I mean Malone. He's human. Put Him in the car. The Guy clearly did everything in the wrong and I mean I've had police. Police to come into bust me. They were drunk there rather their birds Bach. All Right Vincent thanks for calling always always interesting talking to Vincent. Seem, to have had a lot of incidents with police coming to get him in. Many countries of the world. so again I don't know how if you're listening. We have listeners all over. You're listening to Minneapolis I. Don't know how you got stuck with this mayor. This is the worst mayor of ever seen. You know in the worst tragedies. And the most awful nightmare tragedies in America. There's always somebody that's happy. unifrance nine eleven when that occurred. You know who was happy. There was a congressman Gary Condit. You remember him. Gary. Condit had an intern who suddenly found dead in the woods, and he was being blamed turned out later. He didn't, but he looked like he was going to get arrested. That's all it was a main story on the news. Everywhere you turn for days, and suddenly nine eleven, and the story vantage never heard from again. This horrifying story here you know who's happy, Karen in Central Park. It got her off the news. Everybody forgot about it and it's gone. It wiped off the news. You won't hear about it again for weeks. Also who's Happy Mayor De Blasio? Average joked about him being the worst mayor in America. It looks like Churchill compared to this ridiculous clown in Minneapolis. it. It's a horrible nightmare. Hopefully. These guys will get arrested very soon hopefully over the weekend. That could maybe even later today. Don't be surprised. If later today charges start getting filed. Today. So anyway we got. We got lots to get to ED. ROLLINS will be with us in a moment number. One political analyst in the world has affected the election. All this stuff from this twitter to everything is the lockdown is supposed to. Her. Trump in some way will will find out in the moment on seven ten W. O. R.. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe. Barth can't hear. The whole show lied. Get the rest with mark. Simone on demand podcast at seven ten W., O., R., DOT COM slash mark. Mark Simone.
"de blasio" Discussed on The Argument
"I'm Michelle Goldberg doubted. I'm Frank Bruni and this is the argument this week. New York City is the unrivaled epicenter of the Corona Virus Pandemic in America with a caseload and a death toll shockingly high if Mayor Bill de Blasio had done more sooner to get New Yorkers to stay home with that of slow the spread of the virus elsewhere. Have new. York's failures become America's heartache but I think we're we're at a point now where we can say that diplomacy Oh and to a lesser extent. Andrew Cuomo are two of the real sort of villains in sort of mayor from jaws sense.
"de blasio" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is the number mayor de Blasio warning that others may be furloughs the city in such a budget crunch they may also cut services so we just warning everybody you know this luxury concierge service you've been getting from the city may start to slip a little anywhere this does take some calls go to Jack and Boston Hey Jack how you doing mark hello now holding a lawyer Joe very you know general Flynn's ordeal and the president's ordeal of course all fake news but this is a bigger a bigger story I got as you enjoy something do you guys get sick in the stomach whatever you hear the Democrats all the fake news media talking about I'm not talking about general Flynn and not talking about the Russian hoax because this was an attempted coup welcome to New York and I'll buy you enjoy the best of the best first route you choose it by Obama put in caps because since its coal jobs in South Carolina welcome back I love you Jack but I don't know that I want to sit through a whole yeah I can talk about the crew for the holding area well he was what you're gonna see in Blaine hand counts I don't think I should go to South Carolina because Joe says he'd love to have dinner with you act so we can try and find me well yeah that was that the general Flynn situation is so ridiculous and I love the way there's nobody dirty or slow easier than Adam Schiff and Jerry that I love the way they both chimed in yesterday this is a S. carriage of justice and William Barr's corrupt wait'll you see the documents that are coming out not so much now because that was totally irrelevant I put I was tweeting about yes they want to hash tag a Jerry Nadler apparently there's no hash tag there is already a hashtag so but forget him but Schiff is in real trouble there are documents coming and stuff coming out there's gonna be a document dump on him it might be later today that's going to take him down he is going to probably have to leave that committee and more could happen to him but this is just the beginning with Durham report is coming I know they always say everybody's good and died and it never happens hopefully it will but even if for some reason they still don't indict these guys all the facts and figures and documents are coming out on this whole bunch on call me all the dirty cops Colby Straka page McCabe bug clapper and Brennan will be tied into this and you'll see that the president Obama I don't know if you ordered or organized to be you'll see that he was being kept in the loop on it so all of this is coming out lots of documents coming let's go to al in the Morristown New Jersey et al yeah yeah we got a call to be held criminally responsible to have the best of the court that put in the code of Irish people into the nursing homes and also governor Pataki is calling for a federal investigation of the situation yeah it's a dual sim there clearly was a dumb order from governor Cuomo it's not a crime I'm sure it was just complete stupidity lack of after planning and good management it was idiotic he'll pretend that it wasn't him and he is you know you just remember that corruption in Albany we now started forming a commission I'll investigate this the Moreland commission sues a certified if you close the right down so this is a this is a terrible situation he his administration ordered the nursing homes to take corona virus patients in ridiculous he had an empty Javits center with three thousand empty beds he had the comfort get plenty of places he could put these people but instead he ordered the nursing homes to take him they are in no way equipped to control infection it's spread to the nursing homes and killed thirty five hundred senior citizens he you watch the a briefing acts like he's just hearing about this go back and look at his March order ordering the nursing homes to do it his name is right at the top of the order his name's right there on the page and the health commissioner so he's fully responsible you'll pretend it's not him but the problem is there could be a federal investigation of it George Pataki will be all over does nothing criminal on the part of income but it was just bad management and stupidity hopefully nothing like that will happen again let's go to robin White Plains Hey rob how you doing how are you good long time listener love your show usually we with you actually I agree with you a hundred percent of the time except for yesterday what happened you were you were touting Andrew Cuomo as being such a great orator and speaker and he should be the next nominee Wayne is the media kind of press him on him crying about the budget and how new Yorkers broke what do you got a seven billion dollar budget he's a horrible governor if you start to look at his record he was sort of what I was saying was if you're the Democratic Party if you the Democrats he is the most red hot guy in the world right now for Democrats is the best or true they got nobody is hotter right now the democratic world than him why would you make Menomonie the great maplestory no but don't tell them they don't know that his act doesn't play in the middle of America but exactly that system column that anyway thanks for Colin rob yeah I mean listen if you got a guy if you're the baseball manager at the bottom of the ninth and they got one out left and you got two guys on the bench and one is batting a thousand in this red hot and the others in the slump we gonna send up to the plate Cuomo is red hot right now he's the best talker the Democrats have I think the Democrats you used to hear them he does these rambling briefings with a doesn't give you any actual content is just rambling and personality and the Democrats heated up they love it you got that well you got a disease old man in the basement doesn't know where he is who you gonna run will you send up the plate right now it's got to be Cuomo when we come back how we Kerr will be with us we'll talk to him in just a moment to see what he thinks about all this on seven ten W. O. R. let's get the latest news here's Joe Bartlett okay Marc Maeda blood hisses capacity at the Hudson River park is now going to be limited to prevent overcrowding the NYPD gonna step up its presence to with the domino park in Brooklyn mayor says going to go on the offensive against corona virus he's launching a test and trace court is going to focus on preventing infection governor Murphy says he'd be shocked at the beaches in New Jersey we're not open for Memorial Day but he says social distancing guidelines will have to be followed and that would be a limit on capacity and Connecticut governor Ned Lamont offering more details today about the state's plan to re open it is on target to restart the economy may twenty twenty eight point five million Americans lost their job in April as the outbreak took a devastating toll on the economy the unemployment rate has jumped to fourteen point seven percent next updated eleven breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six to ten on Monday I'm Joe Bartlett on.
"de blasio" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Org Mrs Ben Max from Gotham Gazette and now to talk about our current mayor and his own ups and downs and really what we want to focus on here for the next ten minutes or so is Mayor de Blasio in his agenda. We can obviously reference some somewhat back to the Bloomberg discussion but really You know we haven't had a chance much to discuss. The mayor's state of the city address which he gave last week. He then went to Albany on Monday. Okay to give his annual state budget Testimony on the governor's budget plan than other city agenda items. So let's dig into that for a little while and that of course it can also help us segue into our discussion later on homelessness because home assists continues to be one of the mayor's most challenging issues so so the Blasi agenda that that you heard this. Save our city our city. What I thought of as I was watching the mayor under the giant whale? which is I have always been creeped out by was was what we had on this very show? Several weeks back with reporters who cover the mayor talking about the importance of of this moment for de Blasio. The idea that he is mayor entering his last two years. Maybe with a a much shorter time line than that to actually get something done a mayor. WHO's been bruised? A bit by the presidential campaign seen his political capital fall that if he was going to kind of sees a moment and try to push another way of significant policy changes. This was it and it struck me Ben that the mayor and getting the speech that he gave with the theatrics that That he wrapped it in that he recognized is D- that that moment had come what I don't know is if he has really positioned itself with what he said To seize it. I think that's very well said a struck just about everybody that I could tell as strange that he decided on this theme of Save Our city when it's his seventh year as mayor and he's got two years left And that begs. Of course the question. Why weren't you saving our city previously? And how do you explain that. And you know his answers on that in some subsequent interviews and even in his explanation were sort of that We've done a lot but the affordability crisis for both people in there You know in their in their living situations renting especially but also small businesses has accelerated to such a degree. I think he said in one interview that we could could never have imagined which it really just strikes me as Bizarre in a number of ways that he had this theme that that's how he explained blended and that.
"de blasio" Discussed on Primary Ride Home
"From booker. Here's Today from the campaign trail this morning. New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio dropped out of the presidential race he went on MSNBC's morning joe to make that announcement. Let's listen to that brief clip here so getting out there being able to hear. People's concerns addressed them with new ideas. It's been extraordinary experience but I have to tell at the same time I feel like I've contributed all I can to this primary election and it's clearly not my time so I'm going to end in my presidential campaign continue my work as mayor of New York City and keep speaking up for working people now as with all major candidates who drop out. Let's look back at some highlights from that. The blasios campaign first off announced on May sixteenth of this year which was very late the only two Democratic candidates. I'm tracking who announced insulator are Joe SESTAK and Tom Steyer. De Blasios spent just one hundred twenty seven days in the race in an article for New York magazine Margaret Hartman summed up the New York perspective on the race quote despite a list of progressive accomplishments in New York such as universal pre-k and raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars. Here's what to blasios contributed to the primary race was mainly an opportunity to make jokes about the wild unpopularity of his presidential bid in the months before the mayor announced just campaign everyone from former aides to his own wife expressed doubts about his run in April a Quinnipiac poll found seventy six percent percent of New Yorkers felt he should not launch a twenty twenty campaign with only eighteen percent supporting the idea these reservations proved well-founded did after he entered the race to Blasi consistently pulled around zero to one percent and he had little chance of qualifying for the October debate a Sienna College poll released three days ago go had to Blasio at zero percent among voters in both New York City and New York state end quote and out so I'm going to pick one solid highlight from de Blasios campaign in a CNN townhall on August Twenty Fifth Blasios gave an excellent answer to a question about immigration Russian reading here from my own script next day. Quote a student named joy asked him the question quote wouldn't a guaranteed right to healthcare including undocumented immigrants only in of is more undocumented immigrants to come to the United States and quote to Blasi. Oh thank the student for asking the question and in a a gentle way proceeded to reject its premise and explain what he called quote our actual reality and quote he went on to describe how president trump's rhetoric around immigration gratien creates a perception of immigrants as an invading force that somehow takes away from other citizens de Blasios reject that premise and gets into specifics about what he thinks the real problem is end quote and here is that clip what we should do is make sense of this American reality rather than try into curse the darkness. Let's light a single candle and I say not only do we need the competence of immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship we also. I need a guest worker program to recognize this huge. Swath America did not have enough people to do work. That's needed for our economy and we could make sense of that with a guest worker program and we can have an open and honest conversation but actually get to the heart of joys question. We have to acknowledge the really horrible politics underlying underlying this that for decades. There's been an effort to demonize immigrants. It's been all about color remember Donald Trump literally first day of his campaign. Am Pain attacked Mexican Americans and described them as criminals as an entire population so this has always been about race and it should not be but it has been if we recognize that there's many many people in this country who happened to be American citizens. Many of them happened to be white who they themselves are legitimately struggling. They're American dreams not working out. There economically challenged the next generations not doing as well as I hope. They have a lot outta debt. There's a lot of problems in their lives. They're frustrated. I don't blame them for being frustrated but they've been told for years and years the immigrants did it to him and I WANNA be blunted by the immigrants didn't do that to you. Wall Street did that to you. The big corporations to you. The guy in the kitchen or the guy didn't have the power to do that to you. Only those who had the power and wealth concrete an economy so unfair to work in people in middle class last people so once we unmask that truth and I think we should all speak that truth with energy then we can answer the rest of the equation. Why do I think it's important to give healthcare fair to human beings who are part of our communities because they're human beings if you don't give them health care air they'll get sick. Everyone else gets sick and then they will seek healthcare where what we talked about before in the emergency room and guests to pay for it anyway all all of us. Why are we stopped the fiction and help our fellow human beings who are part of our American reality in an article for NBC News to Blasi explains in his own words why he is leaving the race and offer some advice to the remaining candidates reading from that article quote? I promise I'll fight for New Yorkers and workers everywhere everywhere to ensure. There's an actual plan to protect their livelihood from being automated out of existence. I'll also help ensure. Our party continues to be remade. He made in the image of the activism. I've seen all across this nation. Democrats must return to our roots party focused on bold solutions that speak to the concerns of working people if we do not we will lose in twenty twenty. Yes Donald Trump lies to working people but he at least pretends to talk to them. that may be enough for him to win if we do not constantly make it clear that the. Democrats are the party of everyday Americans in rural counties and urban urban centers the coasts and the heartland end quote.
"de blasio" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Mayor and presidential candidate bill de blasio for the latest installment of our series interviewing all the democratic presidential candidates. We talked about why he's staying in the race the work he's done in new york city the ill-fated amazon deal his progressive record and why the mayor of new york. He's still a red sox fan we had a it was a fascinating conversation. He's very tall jacket helped <music>. He's a democratic candidate for president and the mayor of new york city bill de blasio. Welcome back to the pod. Thank you john. You were a guest when we were in brooklyn he was was. I believe our very first live show. It was very cool. We had no idea what we were doing. We know that we needed to have chairs in advance that there wasn't going to be in charge of chairs. The chairpersons chairpersons very important <hes> we professionalize now here in our studio thank you you've. You've seen us from the very beginning. Now you're here. You're running the biggest city in the country. You you can start every day with an edible bagel. You're the first democratic mayor the first democratic mayor to be reelected in new york city since ed koch more than thirty years ago in a little over a year into your second term you decide to run for president yup why because the country is just not working for people. I mean you look it became clear and clear to me. Even though we've been able make big changes in new york that we can't make the changes we need for people all over this country without without very very different approach in washington. America is not working for working people. That's just the bottom line. The the government at this point is captive to the one percent can't and to change it is not just a matter of having good ideas. Good ideas are crucial. Good policy positions are crucial but understanding how to actually actually make big changes and fight the opposition that comes with that. That's why i've been doing for six years in what i think we would. All agree is one of the toughest environments armaments in the country and it works by the approach. I've taken is progressive. Bold sharp not half-measures. I said we're gonna pre-k for all our kids we did that. I said we were going to give people paid sick leave. Who didn't have it we did. I said that folks don't have health. Insurance should have a guarantee of healthcare. We're doing that right now. In new york doesn't have health insurance will have access to a primary care doctor at our public hospitals and clinics..
"de blasio" Discussed on Here & Now
"We ended stop and frisk the way it was being used. Did you end you completely because i thought some people were critical at the this is the windows but theory that <hes> you know if you check on things as little as a broken window or stop and frisk. It'll get rid of a <hes> even more serious crime but do you feel that <hes> you have stopped that enough. <hes> some of your critics say no stop and frisk frisk as a strategy we there's very few stops now and they're only done when there's a specific rash now which is the only appropriate use of stop and frisk. It's a night and day. It's over ninety percent reduction and it has fundamentally changed reality the relationship between police and community. I wanna there was another moment and it involved involved police as well of a very powerful emotional moment in the c._n._n. Townhall when you were asked about the recent spike in police suicides in new york it's happening in other cities too is terrible and <hes> an officer asked. How can you improve mental health for the military when it's so obviously bad among the police police force you add some answers for that and i i want to hear from you but you also explain why this is something that hits home to you that your own father <hes> world world war two veteran so is mine killed himself took his life when you were just eighteen. This is not something you are unaware of no no and and robin so you probably know from your own experience. I mean the the folks come back from war. Come back carrying a plot the my dad's case it was p._t._s._d. He'd been one of the worst battles in history on okinawa and lost half a leg into a grenade and the emotional toll. I saw it as a young child. It got worse each year. He would push away help and then he was gone and he he might a lived if he could just accept the help and we've got today in america were losing folks folks who have served us because they still feel like there's something there's some shame in asking for help. We all have to fix that. The government has to fix it with making mental health care the justice accessible as physical health care but we all have to speak up and say there's a mental health challenge. There is nothing wrong with it. Just come forward and let's get the help people indeed it's their mayor de blasio as i watched you speak so passionately about this <hes> and powerfully in the c._n._n. Townhall aw i found myself thinking what happened here because as you will know <hes> you know you had an upset win in new york your family mixed race ace was there was a feeling especially in the obama era of forward movement and yet it feels feels like some air one out of that tire and then we came across the new york times article hell bill de blasio went from progressive hope to punching bag and it you talked about how you didn't seem to come across new yorkers as liking the city and that there was some sort of momentum that was lost. What do you think what happened to that energy well. I i'm gonna just tell you a different story. I think there's a difference between sort of the the public discourse and then what people are actually living. I have young people come up to me all the time <hes> young men of color and say thank thank you. I'm not stopped all the time by police..
"de blasio" Discussed on The Point with Chris Cillizza
"It ways carpool is not a bus. It's not a taxi, and it's not a slug line ways. Carpool is an app that lets neighbors co workers and commuters. Save time and ride together to work and home drivers may get express lane access and cashback for gas riders. Get getting affordable commute and help the planet and car Fuller's, get to know their neighbors and co workers a little better. Download the app and see how easy it is to catch a ride forgive ride to work for home ride together with ways carpool tired of spending hundreds of dollars for prescription glasses. Xeni offers thousands of affordable. I wear styles starting at just six ninety five no ridiculous markups. No hassles. Just quality affordable. I wear delivered right to you visits any today at Xeni dot com slash CNN. Welcome to the point for me sixteen, I'm more into then ski co author of the point I'm here to cut through the political spin to bring you the news you need to know. And then there were twenty three expected New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio is running for president and has become the twenty third democrat running for president the cycle to Blasios running on his two term, record as mayor which includes progressive policies like a fifteen dollar minimum wage, and universal pre-k and being reelected with more than sixty percent of the vote that being said, not everyone is jazzed about de Blasio's presidential bid during interview, and good Morning America on Thursday morning protestors could be heard chanting in the background of his interview during which two Blasios quipped, it was a little serenade in polling of his constituents and anecdotes from his advisors show, little support, if any for this bid, so why run for president to Blasios says that he is uniquely quipped to take on fellow New Yorker. Donald. Trump giving him the nickname of his own Condon. Oh boy, Trump for what it's worth responded, this morning on his favourite platform, saying that NYC hates him in all caps on Twitter de Blasios, not letting that blowback get him down, and has a travel schedule laid out that includes a media blitz and traveled to early voting states like Iowa and South Carolina. The clock is now ticking for Blasios to meet the fundraising and polling thresholds to make it onto the debate stage just one month from now is going to be the last democrat to announce a bid, the cycle only time will tell here's the point there were cheers and jeers as Bill de Blasio now brings the democratic field to a whopping twenty three candidates, and that's it for the point for may sixteenth twenty nineteen thank you for listening more updates throughout the week subscribe to the point newsletter at CNN dot com slash the point, including our Sunday night camping edition. If you like audio briefing, you can get on Google home or Amazon echo. Or subscribe on Stitcher or apple podcasts or your favorite podcast. App. So you never miss an episode. We core pool is not a bus. It's not a taxi, and it's not a slug line ways. Carpool is an app that lets neighbors co workers and commuters. Save time and ride together to work and home drivers may get express lane access, and cash back for gas riders getting affordable commute and help the planet and car Fuller's, get to know their neighbors and co workers a little better. Download the app and see how easy it is to catch a ride forgive ride to work or home ride together with ways carpool.
"de blasio" Discussed on KTRH
"De Blasio was in Las Vegas last weekend shaking hands with voters and he mows over his run for the White House. Former vice president Joe Biden has not yet announced he's joining the democrat residential field. But he's widely expected to run in recent days. Of course, several women have come forward accusing by of unwanted touching in sports. There was a tribute to George and Barbara Bush at minute maid for the season home opener last night. They played as again today on sports talk seven ninety five. Oh. Coming up and tonight, red raiders in the final four against Michigan state. They play after the Auburn Virginia game news on demand to KTAR H dot com. I'm Sally Adams on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h. Had. Nothing to do. Money, and we are back. This is money matters with Ken moraif. And of course, I am your host Ken moraif. Thank you, Jack. I have been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and since we are a firm that specializes in retirement planning, our clients are mostly people who are over fifty who are retired or retiring soon and financial times named our financial advisory firm moneymatters, one of the top three hundred registered investment advisers for the second time, actually. Yeah. That was quite an honor. I have to say, and of course, without our clients. We would be absolutely nowhere. So I give that to our clients in its entirety. Who a kiss I like it. All right. So speaking of giving wonderful gifts to somebody that you love. Let's talk about our beloved spouses, and let's talk about social security for spouses. So if you have a question with regard to social security, and you know, I'll endeavor to answer it on the air. So if you want to Email me my Email addresses can at moneymatters dot net can at moneymatters dot net. So here's the question. I am fifty eight my wife is currently sixty three and she turned sixty two before the end of two thousand fifteen now that's important because there are strategies that are no longer available. If you're not sixty two before the end of two thousand fifteen they changed the laws. All right. So to repeat I am fifty eight wife is sixty three she turned sixty two before two thousand fifteen. All right. So we are both high earners. Congratulations are old strategy was as follows why would file and suspend at sixty nine allowing me to claim spousal benefits based on her record at age sixty six. All right. So she would file against him and suspend her benefits who would take against his and then wait till she seventy to start collecting and he start collecting it sixty six. All right. So we both then would claim are maximized earnings benefits at age seventy so based on the best set of facts and the changes to the laws and claiming rules. What is our best approach? Now. Well, unfortunately, you will fall under the new rules. So even though why is old enough? She will not be able to file on your application for her spousal benefit when she turned sixty six because you will not have filed your benefit. Okay. Now, you could file early. But generally, that's not a good idea. So your circumstances may say it's okay to do that. But you could file early which case she could. But barring that it's best that you don't. Okay. So maximizing benefits for any couple that falls under the new rules the new law. All right. We'll mostly be a matter of delaying their benefits because they will not be able to use allies utilize spousal benefits. So the only exception. Under the new law is when the lower earnings spouse's benefit is less than fifty percent of the higher earning spouse. Okay. So without knowing what you guys are earning. I can't answer your question on that. So when you send me questions when I ask you to do, please give me your earnings, give me more information. So I can be more specific in my answer. Now, the key thing that you have to know there is that there are according to the social security website. This is this is actually funny because I used to say there are over eight thousand ways to file social security in a lizard emailed, me and said, that's BS. There's no eight thousand different ways. So then I went went on the social security website and social security themselves said, oh, yeah. Well, there's nine thousand one hundred ways. So I thought there were only eight thousand silly me. So. Yeah. Gomer the saw I really admire our government. They have a propensity for creating complexity that is like unbelievable. They should win the Academy Award of complexity, but anyway, there are nine thousand one hundred different ways to file for social security, depending on your age, depending on your income. It does so many variables and your which one of those nine thousand one hundred is yours. I don't know without having your information. So and if you pick the wrong one nine thousand nine nine thousand ninety instead of nine thousand nine hundred ninety two then you pick the wrong one you could leave hundreds if not thousands of dollars on the table and over your lifetime. It could be tens of thousands. So you need to pick the right one. How do you do that? You gotta talk to somebody that understands his stuff in my opinion. All right. So here's what you do you go to our website. It's money matters dot net. Moneymatters dot net and click on meet with an adviser. And when you do that, we'll schedule a time to visit now I just want to preface this by saying our goal is not to just talk about social secure-. Pretty with you. Okay. Well, we wanna do is look at your entire financial plan. We want to look at. Yes. So security, your 4._0._1._K, your income taxes, your state planning we want to look at your sources of income your expenses. We want to build a cash flow plan for you. We want to just give you a just an overall big picture game plan for your retirement. And we want to do that at no charge or obligation. And if we can help you that's fantastic. And if we cannot we're going to tell you that too like, I said either way no charge, no obligation. And we will part France. The beginning of a beautiful thing. What bogies right? It is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. So take advantage of it. It's moneymatters dot net is our website, and you can click on meet with an adviser. Now, if you don't want to go directly to an advisor, but you want to go to a classroom setting where you learn retirement stuff, then you can go to one of our seminars, and you can find those on our website as well money matters dot net, and you can sign up for seminar. Now, I'm gonna give you the biggest reason why you should go to one of our seminars. And that is that at the seminar, we will have our now world-famous oatmeal raisin chocolate chunk cookies waiting for. You. Let me tell you folks, these cookies are one inch thick six inches in diameter. They are a meal in and of themselves. You better bring an appetite with you because you're going to go to cookie heaven and learn about your finances at the same time. So money matters dot net. Is where you go for all of the above. All right. We're gonna take a break when we come back. We're gonna answer the burning question. Would you rather have a bear market when you are sixty or when you are seventy five interesting question. 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