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Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

"So we have a member of a new organization that I am very thrilled to introduce you if you haven't heard of them called americano media that is speaking from a conservative viewpoint to the Latino community and joining us now is Lucia Navarro and award winning journalist from americano and Lucia. I'm glad we finally got you on it was my fault, but good to hear from you. It is a pleasure. Thank you, Jennifer the invitation. We're very happy to be with you and very happy to share the news of poor American. What is a purpose with all the communities? And the whole community there in the United States. Well, and that's just it. You guys are speaking in Spanish, which we have historically been bad at. You know, I mean, most Americans know exactly none languages were marginally competent in English. But now we've got people in their own language hearing the views that mirror their beliefs, mirror their their beliefs in God and country and entrepreneurship and all that. So tell us tell us how it's going at americano media. I know, I know it's going well. I want to hear how well. Well, it is very well let me tell you, because as you just said, we explained Latinos. The real views of the politics in the U.S., we do not believe that all Latinos are Democrats because they think that they are the parties that are going to really fight for them. We do not believe that. And we're sure that many Latinos are just blind. I mean, they don't understand that the values that we share is Latinos. Those that we were raised with are Republican

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Dave Brat on the Grim Outlook for the US Economy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | 4 d ago

Dave Brat on the Grim Outlook for the US Economy

"Look, we got a lot of bad things happening in the country right now. Almost too many to count. But the one that's hitting all of us is the damage they've done to the economy. So we're going to have someone on to talk now about what the damage is and what we can expect. Former congressman Dave brat now economics professor. Dave, it's bad. It's ugly. I cry when I open my financial apps. And you're not going to tell me it's getting better, huh? No, there's no good news out on that horizon. We're not only destroying inflation and the price system and the interest rate, which is the price of money. It's the main price that we use to make all our other calculations, but we've been in a 50 year decline on the major variables that affect the real economy. Too much attention is paid to the stock market, which is the financialization of all this stuff right now. That's fine. You know, that affects your retirement and all that. But the real economy is what makes that possible. And if you just think through the main components that drive growth, capital investment business investment, small business is getting clobbered, human capital is one third of growth. That's education and just compare our high school graduates with the Chinese and Indian competitors and we're getting clobbered and then the main driver that causes economic growth. I did my PhD in economic growth. And, you know, if you had capital, you get diminishing returns, you remember in your horrified freshman macro class there. But there's only one variable that causes long run economic growth, and that's called total factor productivity. That's the creativity and the ideas and the entrepreneurship that's made America great. And if you neglect that one, that one, if you have it, it makes the whole curve go way higher.

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Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Chat About School Choice

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 4 d ago

Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Chat About School Choice

"Now let's talk about the other big win. State of Arizona, the money follows the kids, laid out for us, Cory. Yeah, so the victory in Arizona is the biggest school choice victory in U.S. history. Every single family, regardless of income, regardless of background, will be able to take their kids state funded education dollars to the education provider of their choosing. That could be a public school, a private school, a charter school, or a home based education option. With this victory, Arizona cements itself as the number one state for school choice. And when governor doocy of Arizona signs this bill into law, which he is expected to do soon, he'll essentially be walking up to governor desantis of Florida and snatching out of his hands, the school choice championship belt of the U.S.. Look, ducey's been a leader in school choice. We all know this. This is friendly competition and more Republican state governors should follow the lead of doocy and desantis and go all in on school choice. Now is the time to do it. Support for educational freedom is at an all time high and defenders of the status quo are on defense. We saw this with Terry McAuliffe. We saw this with the national school boards association who tried to label parents as domestic terrorists for pushing back at school board meetings about curriculum. Well, since then, over the past half a year, 26 states have already left the national school boards association. We might as well call them the regional school boards association.

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"deangelis" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:36 min | 4 d ago

"deangelis" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Parler, your premier un cancellable free speech platform is back. Big tech tried to limit you to their mediocre social platforms, and they failed. Go to parler dot com or download the app and join the uncensored conversation. Parler speak freely. America first. Can you believe it? They are saying that they don't agree with America first. How do you say that? Magnificent. Who are these people Trump keeps telling us in the break that do not believe in America first. I want them, I want them flogged on the national mall. But hey, we are joined now by a member of the winning coalition and we're winning so much. I even forgot about a Supreme Court case. We're going to talk about. Corey D'angelo is with the association or the American federation for children. And he has been just a leader in the fight for school choice. And we got two wins. First, the Supreme Court decision I forgot, and then also the Arizona decision to have the entire state be run with the money following the children. Congratulations, because you were a part of both those. Maybe not the Supreme Court case as much. But tell us the implications of the scotus decision first. Yeah, totally. This is the Carson V Macon case coming out of Maine. It was a 6 three decision in favor of parental rights and education. And the basic takeaway is if you're gonna have a school choice program, you can't discriminate against religious families and religious schools by excluding them. That's what was happening in Maine. And it pretty much reaffirmed what we already found in the Espinosa V Montana decision in 2020, which was a 5 four decision on the part of parents. And it also reaffirmed that school choice has no issue with the separation of church and state, which is not itself in the constitution. For the same reasons that pell grants don't violate the establishment clause with the pell grant for low income kids, you can take the money, you can go to a public or private university, a religious or non religious university, and you have a choice in the matter. Same thing with pre-K programs, same thing with Medicaid. You can take your Medicaid dollars to a private religious hospital if you want. And there's no separation of church and state issue because the primary beneficiary that funding is the individual student and their families and they can pick among religious and non religious providers. So this deals a massive blow to these discriminatory blame amendments that exist and dozens of states across the nation, which for really rooted in anti Catholic bigotry and now this really helps propel the push for educational freedom anymore, no longer can you make the argument that school choices somehow unconstitutional. We have tons of precedent now over several decades. Winning winning. And it was not a separation of church and state. It was discrimination against individual families based on their choice of how to educate their kids. I mean, they acted as if they had, again, it's the Hillary it takes a village concept or the Terry McAuliffe who parents shouldn't have any say in their kids education. They believe that the state owns the kids, and they'll decide what it is, regardless what the parents think. And I just think this is another brilliant example of that going out the window. They've shown their true colors. They want to indoctrinate our kids, and they're doing it. They are indoctrinating our kids. We're just starting to claw back a little bit of that.

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Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Discuss Carson v. Makin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 4 d ago

Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Discuss Carson v. Makin

"Corey D'angelo is with the association or the American federation for children. And he has been just a leader in the fight for school choice. And we got two wins. First, the Supreme Court decision I forgot, and then also the Arizona decision to have the entire state be run with the money following the children. Congratulations, because you were a part of both those. Maybe not the Supreme Court case as much. But tell us the implications of the scotus decision first. Yeah, totally. This is the Carson V Macon case coming out of Maine. It was a 6 three decision in favor of parental rights and education. And the basic takeaway is if you're gonna have a school choice program, you can't discriminate against religious families and religious schools by excluding them. That's what was happening in Maine. And it pretty much reaffirmed what we already found in the Espinosa V Montana decision in 2020, which was a 5 four decision on the part of parents. And it also reaffirmed that school choice has no issue with the separation of church and state, which is not itself in the constitution. For the same reasons that pell grants don't violate the establishment clause with the pell grant for low income kids, you can take the money, you can go to a public or private university, a religious or non religious university, and you have a choice in the matter. Same thing with pre-K programs, same thing with Medicaid. You can take your Medicaid dollars to a private religious hospital if you want. And there's no separation of church and state issue because the primary beneficiary that funding is the individual student and their families and they can pick among religious and non religious

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"deangelis" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

05:52 min | Last month

"deangelis" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Gorka just go to my pillow dot com promo code GOR KA. So you mentioned the union's Corey. I just watched with my wife an amazing movie, Rebecca fredericks, whose children are they that you are in, your interviewed multiple times. I knew it was bad. But I didn't know how bad it was. The interviews with teachers who have been teaching for 30, 40, 50 years, the intimidation from the union. So I don't want to paint a picture that it's the parents against all the evil teachers. We've had people like Lilith venezia and amazing brave music teacher from here in Virginia who's speaking out against the indoctrination. So give us a sense as somebody who's on the ground who's traveling who's fighting for our children, give us the picture of what the unions are really doing, Randy weingarten who earns what 570 $1000 is the president of the teacher's union 500 and that's even more than Fauci, who's the richest bureaucrat in America, talk to us about the role of the unions, how they behave, how they intimidate and also give us a fair picture of the teachers, not all of them want to be pro BLM neo marxists today. Yeah, you can be pro teacher and be anti teachers unions because the teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten often don't push for policies that benefit the great teachers that already exist in the public school and private school classrooms. You have Randy weingarten making over 9 times the average teacher salary in the U.S.. Right, because teachers about 50 grand. Yeah, 50 60 grand on average. Over 500. Owned $570,000. And if you look just at the trends over time, I mean, you've got to look at the data since 1970, per people education expenditures in the United States after adjusting for inflation increased by about a 152% in the U.S.. But average teacher salaries only increased by about 8% in real terms. So we're throwing more and more money into the system. It's going to the superintendents and administrative votes. They're associate deans of diversity in blah, blah, blah, right? And so that's good for teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten because that means more dues paying members. If you just paid the teachers better, especially the ones that are doing a good job, well, you don't get an additional dues paying member. And so that means less money for the teachers that are doing a good job, more money for the union bosses and union leadership. Another report by Ben schaffer at kennesaw state university looked between the years of 1992 and 2014 similarly finding nationwide an increase in about 27 per people education expenditures in real terms, whereas teacher salaries over that period actually dropped by 2% after adjusting for inflation. So again, he said the same thing that there's a staffing surge, they're putting more people into the buildings. We saw this with COVID as well. The latest budget numbers I've seen with Los Angeles public schools, they were planning to increase their perpetual education expenditures over the past couple of years by about 69%, and when asked district officials, what they were going to spend the money on, they were planning on spending the money on increasing the number of teachers in the system by 8%. The number of custodial workers by about 25%, the number of. Principles and assistance and administration and psychological support staff and counselors by about 80%. But they lost about 7% of their school age population. And what other industry do you lose 7% of your customer base and you start hiring more people and more people? Well, once you start to understand the incentives of the union bosses, it starts to make some more sense. And school choice can benefit teachers too have actually written about this in an article at the Washington examiner called school choice benefits teachers too. 5 studies on the topic have found that private and charter school competition generally leads to higher teacher salaries in the public school system. Why? Because you got to compete. Exactly. And the current system, I actually feel kind of bad for some of the teachers who complain about having to reach into their pockets each year to pay for supplies. Because there's not enough money going towards them. It's going towards the system. But the problem isn't with their private and charter school competition. The problem is with their employer, which happens to be this massive geographic monopoly that has zero incentive to funnel the resources into the classroom. Well, there's no pressure to improve. If you're not in a real competitive market, then you can just suck in the funding from the state. You can suck in the dues for the union. Where's the pressure to improve? I don't see. And on the COVID, tell me if I'm wrong, but Corey, every time I saw another decision from another authority about more masks, more shut down, more hybrid schooling, stay at home. It seemed to me as if the unions do whatever they want. That's right. The interest of the student or the community or the parents or nougat very relevant and it's just the union's interest. Am I seeing it wrong? Yeah, they were able to hold children's education hostage essentially in perpetuity in order to secure multiple multi-billion dollar ransom payments from the government. And in some places, like in Detroit and in Chicago with the teachers union, in 2022, they were still fighting to keep the dang schools closed two years into the mess. Two weeks to slow the spread essentially turned into two years to flatten a generation of kids. And it worked for them. They got the ransom payments. They got about a $190 billion from the taxpayer. For.

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The Brutal Power of Teachers' Unions With Corey DeAngelis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

The Brutal Power of Teachers' Unions With Corey DeAngelis

"Talk to us about the role of the unions, how they behave, how they intimidate and also give us a fair picture of the teachers, not all of them want to be pro BLM neo marxists today. Yeah, you can be pro teacher and be anti teachers unions because the teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten often don't push for policies that benefit the great teachers that already exist in the public school and private school classrooms. You have Randy weingarten making over 9 times the average teacher salary in the U.S.. Right, because teachers about 50 grand. Yeah, 50 60 grand on average. Over 500. Owned $570,000. And if you look just at the trends over time, I mean, you've got to look at the data since 1970, per people education expenditures in the United States after adjusting for inflation increased by about a 152% in the U.S.. But average teacher salaries only increased by about 8% in real terms. So we're throwing more and more money into the system. It's going to the superintendents and administrative votes. They're associate deans of diversity in blah, blah, blah, right? And so that's good for teachers union bosses like Randy weingarten because that means more dues paying members. If you just paid the teachers better, especially the ones that are doing a good job, well, you don't get an additional dues paying member. And so that means less money for the teachers that are doing a good job, more money for the union bosses and union leadership. Another report by Ben schaffer at kennesaw state university looked between the years of 1992 and 2014 similarly finding nationwide an increase in about 27 per people education expenditures in real terms, whereas teacher salaries over that period actually dropped by 2% after adjusting for inflation. So again, he said the same thing that there's a staffing surge, they're putting more people into the buildings. We saw this with COVID as well. The latest budget numbers I've seen with Los Angeles public schools, they were planning to increase their perpetual education expenditures over the past couple of years by about 69%,

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Why Are More Than 90% of American Children in Public Schools?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Why Are More Than 90% of American Children in Public Schools?

"I've got to ask one naive question at the beginning. So I've been an educator for far too long, but at the advanced level, so I taught in a private college and then I taught in the Defense Department for almost a decade. What I don't understand is why are more than 90% of all students in America in public schools, because this is the richest nation in the world until recently, we're based upon free markets and choice, my expectation as an immigrant coming to this country. I thought, well, well, if people want good education, why isn't there a market there to provide it? It's what 6, 7% of private schools? Yes, very low. It's about 6 or 7, 8% of kids. And private schools was because if you want to exercise that exit option to attend a school that you're not residentially assigned to, you essentially have to pay twice. Just talk about explain that. So essentially, we're already paying over $15,000 per child per year through the tax system towards these government run schools that are quote unquote free, but we've poured more and more resources into the system year and year after year since 1960, the U.S. education system has poured about an increase of about 287% after adjusting for inflation in per people education spending in the government run school system and outcomes have been flat. Is there a number for the average student? How much you pay in America? The most recent data, which is before the pandemic, which is a whole nother story, was already about 15 to $16,000. It's obviously higher in some states over the other, but average private school tuition nationwide is only about ten or 11,000 or 12,000 paying more as a taxpayer for substandard product quote unquote, which you really have no control over because you're locked in via zip code.

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"deangelis" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

"deangelis" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Corey deangelis. Welcome to America first one on one. Hey, thank you so much for having me. You are the director of research for the American federation for children. Tell us how you got there, what your background is and what your responsibilities are. And what the federation is about, what's the mission? Yes, our mission is to push for school choice policies to fund students as opposed to systems to empower parents to choose the best education provider for their kid. And if that's the government run school that then great, you can still pick your public school. If you like your public school, you can keep your public school for real this time. But if not, some of that funding would follow the child to a private school or a home school setting any education provider that works best for the kids. We believe that education funding is meant for educating children, not for propping up and protecting a particular institution, whether that's public or private. So we should fund students, not systems. A little bit about myself, my first experience with school choice was actually in San Antonio, Texas, where I grew up. I attended government run schools all through K through 12, but for high school, I had access to something called a magnet school, which is a district run school of choice. They can have admissions policies. So they have a strong incentive to cater to the needs of families. Well, I was able to see for four years straight, the night and day difference between my residentially assigned school and the magnet school, which was actually on the campus of my residentially assigned government run school. And so I feel like that experience had a positive impact on my life trajectory. And I'd like more families to be able to access educational opportunities. But it shouldn't just be limited to government run institutions. You should be able to pick private or home based education options at the same time. After that, I did my master's ambassadors in economics where I really started to understand the problems with geographic monopoly power, which is inherent in the government run school system. They don't have a strong incentive to listen to families in the current

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Corey DeAngelis Tells Us About the American Federation for Children

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Corey DeAngelis Tells Us About the American Federation for Children

"Corey deangelis. Welcome to America first one on one. Hey, thank you so much for having me. You are the director of research for the American federation for children. Tell us how you got there, what your background is and what your responsibilities are. And what the federation is about, what's the mission? Yes, our mission is to push for school choice policies to fund students as opposed to systems to empower parents to choose the best education provider for their kid. And if that's the government run school that then great, you can still pick your public school. If you like your public school, you can keep your public school for real this time. But if not, some of that funding would follow the child to a private school or a home school setting any education provider that works best for the kids. We believe that education funding is meant for educating children, not for propping up and protecting a particular institution, whether that's public or private. So we should fund students, not systems. A little bit about myself, my first experience with school choice was actually in San Antonio, Texas, where I grew up. I attended government run schools all through K through 12, but for high school, I had access to something called a magnet school, which is a district run school of choice. They can have admissions policies. So they have a strong incentive to cater to the needs of families. Well, I was able to see for four years straight, the night and day difference between my residentially assigned school and the magnet school, which was actually on the campus of my residentially assigned government run school. And so I feel like that experience had a positive impact on my life trajectory. And I'd like more families to be able to access educational opportunities. But it shouldn't just be limited to government run institutions. You should be able to pick private or home based education options at the same time. After that, I did my master's ambassadors in economics where I really started to understand the problems with geographic monopoly power, which is inherent in the government run school system. They don't have a strong incentive to listen to families in the current

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Power plays carry Hurricanes past Lightning 3-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Power plays carry Hurricanes past Lightning 3-2

"The Carolina hurricanes scored two power play goals and got twenty seven season goalie Fredrik Andersen in route to a three two win over the Tampa Bay Lightning marketing they just opened the scoring in the second period with a power play goal for Carolina before newly acquired forward Nick Paul would tie the game at one for Tampa Bay Carolina would retake the lead after Tony deangelo point shot was redirected in front Sebastian I hope maybe three one for Caroline in the third temple will get a late goal by Alex killorn to cut the deficit in half but table could not find the equalizer DeAngelis said the power play was the key among those chances in last fifteen sixteen power plays is that one and so we have plenty of examples those needed when when they did thank those good I'm very fast Leschi made thirty eight saves for Tampa Bay Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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"deangelis" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"deangelis" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Who am i. Why am i here. Where am i going. Who am i a search and the question of identity. Why am i here. A question of meaning and purpose. Where am i going question of destiny some better than others. What sort of morality protein morality would you expect to find. In chimpanzee troop injecting some levity into the demise of western civilization. It's three questions on the steve day. Show cherokee one. What cookie flavor did you friend. Nikki grasshopper cookie. I just came to make thank you. Yes grasshopper kirke. very nice. i know is that after some animal or bug. I almost like warm cookie. But i knew that wasn't right and then they'd probably cancel the account so i didn't say it it's grasshopper cookies when it is earthworm. I tried to earthworm. Built just want you to know guys. It's great no it's grasshopper cookie. Thank you very nice question number one four three questions. What is the best baseball story. Real or fictional roy. Hobbs the natural and the film version. Not the book i remember. Ap english my senior. I was so psyched. That one of the books on the list for that year was bernard. Malamud the natural. Have you read the book version. No okay in the book version. He takes the money takes the bribe and i did. That are that That that gift that our ceo tyler has as avatar on twitter. That looked with the guy that was my when we got to that part at the end and the ap english class. I mean. I lost my mind. We took the money. No no i mean. The film version with robert redford. That is that is the greatest baseball story of all time. I love that movie. It's one of my all time favorite movies. I've seen it a time. I mean dozens and dozens of dozens of times. It's so quotable the musical score it. It's it's it's roy. Hobbs in the natural the film version. That's the greatest baseball story of all time in my opinion well. This is obviously being asked because of the field of dreams game. That's being played today. Which has caused me to break my baseball fast. I have the jersey on. I'm going to watch. This is too good to pass up. If they do this right. It should be glorious in. It should remind us just like James are jordan jones. All the reasons we love baseball but it would be to trade for me to say. Feel the dreams today. I in constant throughout the years us has been baseball. Yes so i will say that because there's another one in it's it's it's a fantastic movie league of their own mean. It's about chicks playing baseball during the war but man. It absolutely gets it right tom. Hanks character is pure sports genius. I buy girls and i get it. That movie is become way more to me even now. My girls play soccer. They don't play softball with they love that movie. We've watched together so many different times so it i'll put that one there all right. So let's let's make it personal. Can i throw in your question. Your best that you've experienced playing baseball your best baseball memory. Oh my goodness. There's there's so many good ones i mean now. I was lucky enough to get through umpire school and get a job. But there's a there's a. I never hit i was a. I'm because relatively small guy certainly growing up and i never hit a home run. I never hit a home run when you were in the small field. I never hit a home run. Once we graduated to the bigger field. So i moved here iowa which is more than twenty years ago now but i played in an over thirty men's baseball league and we're playing in nude nyla Formerly of maytag fame and all that those closed down newton newton which is about forty minutes away from here and so. I'm like thirty two or something like that. And it's in a full-sized high-school baseball field. And i'm our leadoff hitter and i Three to count fastball. And i hit one as hard as i thought. I could hit it but i'm so used to. I don't hit home runs. And i start trucking. Because it's it's a double in the gap and maybe with my speed. I can turn it into a triple if it bounces right. And i'm coming around hard right towards second base. And everybody's just standing there. And i stop and i think it's a gradual double in the third step on the other team looks to me like he looks like running. Yes like dude. it's gone. I couldn't i couldn't even process store so i just keep jogging around and get to home plate and i didn't even get a chance to like enjoy the full truck because i couldn't even imagine that it was fun but i mean when you it's my i was thirty two years i didn't get to enjoy the ultra but i was like damn i just hit home run. It was so cool. Yeah for me. I've got three really quick. Ponnary it ponnary League growing up in grand rapids. I hit the home run that helped moose lodge win the the pine park literally championship. Only home run. I hit my life was that was that for that and like moose lodge was considered like the bad news bears of binary park. I guess when i moved into this was the first year i moved into the neighborhood. And so i hit the home run. That helped Moose lodge when the pine park little league and our division that year A couple years later in the senior league so actually back three or four years later in the senior league in a game. I was playing for true green. The lawn company was our sponsor. And i went four for four against one of my best buddies. Grown up who was by far the best pitcher in grade all the way to our senior year in high school. Guy named ryan huff. I went four for four off of him in a game And it's the only time i ever beat him. We him and i competed our whole lives. It's the only time. I think i ever beat him at any competitive endeavor and so you you better believe i remember that you've been okay and then as an adult working. The summer i worked for the i cubs The the triple a affiliate chicago cubs and their sports radio station. This was actually twenty years ago. Now jerry royse. The old dodger was the pitching coach and they let me do a pre stay. Let me do a promotion. Where i could have Jerry was my buddy he come on my show. We had a lot of the same political views and And so i gave him the idea once about. Hey what if we did a contest where listeners who come out here and take batting practice from a major league pitcher and how cool it would be to you know. Be in the batter's box and in a pretty close to major league stadium. He said he'd love to do all right. So we we had people in the contest. And i go out there and i took him to write about the warning track. I think the outfielder had like a foot on the warning track in the outfield. I mean just.

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"deangelis" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

06:23 min | 11 months ago

"deangelis" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"I mentioned here at the top of the show about the interviewee. We're about to do. The macguffin here is that it's about masking vaccinating. The teachers or the students. But but that's the that's the macguffin would it's really about is control. Who's really in control of these government. Funded establishments of education or indoctrination. Who's really in control of your child. When they're they're all day is a you as a parent and or tax payer or is it something more so we say nefarious. That's really the battle. That's being waged here. Let's talk about it now with corey deangelis. He is the national director of research for school choice. Now and we welcome him to the program. Good to see corey. How are you doing well. Thanks megan so corey first and foremost. Do you agree with my premise. There that what this is really about is control and the macguffin driving it is. The is the contemporary Debates but really ultimately parents across the country have decided. We'd just giving you guys way too much control for way too long. And and it's time we're and we probably should have drawn this line like twenty-five years ago but we can't do anything about that so we're going to try and draw it today. Yeah i mean the way that i put it before is that cova didn't break the public school system. It was already broke a lot of ways in this past year and a half simply shine a spotlight on that main problem with the k. Twelve education system which happens to be massive power imbalance. That's long existing between the government school monopoly and individual families. And i do think a lot of this is about control and with the masking debate going forward. I think that the teachers unions like all this chaos because they can use the state of disorder and point at it as leverage for extorting more funding from the tax payer going forward. It's kind hard to argue for more resources when everything is going great. So when they can create this sense of confusion and uncertainty they can use that as an argument for needing more resources even even in addition to what we've already given to them through congress one hundred ninety billion dollars since march twenty twenty in order to return to that state enormously. But look at at the same time as you've alluded to a second ago. The teachers unions are really destroying their own empire. Here families are figuring out that there isn't an a good reason to fund these failing government institutions when you can fund the student directly instead. Seventeen states have already expanded or enacted new programs to fund students directly this past year. We're calling it. The year of school choice so went away. We should actually thank randi. Weingarten and the teachers unions for being the biggest allies of school. Choice this past year should only sort of like how barack obama was the greatest gun salesman of all time The funding at the building level. I saw something from you last week. That i some shot in florida. I just i could not help it. Enjoy in that the edge. The the aircraft's opposed to santa's in florida. They want this now for in order for their kids to escape places that they won't mask right so i mean it seems like they're actually making our argument here for us aren't they well. The teachers unions have backed themselves into a corner in florida. They don't like the ban on mass may mandates they wanna be able to force all kids to to mask and a school regardless of the family's choice and the union does didn't like the scientists has ordered allowing families to choose and so the forty department of board of education actually came back and said okay. Well you don't like it. Then let the kids go somewhere else. Let them have a hope scholarship to go to a private school if they disagree with the decision when it comes to masks in the public schools and it goes both ways. If you don't like that there's a mass mandate in your school or if you don't like that not everybody is wearing masks. You get a scholarship about seven thousand bucks to go to a private school and so the teachers unions kind of did this to themselves in shot themselves in the foot and florida already did this. And there's other states that are already proposing this as well just yesterday. Twenty six republican legislators arizona for example proposed for the governor to do an executive order to do the same thing. Let the families decide. Let them take their children's all families. Regardless of income take their children's education dollars to the provider that best meets their needs and most aligns with their values. I mean they. They wanted to tout there. Was this poll in florida. Now i talked to somebody into santa's political operation about this last week and they're like That's not what our number show. And you'll notice that the other democrat and the ad commissioner. She said last week. She's against mask mandates in the schools. She's looking at the same internal polling. We are but anyway. There was a public poll in florida last week. The tried to claim sixty one percent of floridians want mask mandates in the schools. But just i am poker player. This call your bluff okay. Cool let's just put out with payroll or chips in the table here. I'll show my cars you show yours. And we'll let parents decide if they want to go to schools where the kids are abused and muzzled for absolutely no return on investment whatsoever. Or if they want their kids to breathe free air and be and be treated like actual human beings and by. Golly let's just we'll just let the marketplace then decide at that point. yeah. I think that's the best way to do it. Tennessee speaker of the house called for the same thing. He signaled that he thought this was a good idea. Mask vouchers personally. I don't think it should even matter. What the masking rule is your. I agree. I got to get to the place that you're talking about that. I'm totally fine. Taking advantage of that moment because once you give parents at least a little bit about empowerment corey. They're never going to give it back. It's hard for people that have never been granted something to contemplate that they could handle something. They've never been granted but once they've been granted that human nature has a tendency to not want to give back that which has already been granted right. That's exactly right. I mean you saw this in florida. the wall street journal said that a that governor to one in twenty eighteen because of school choice. Moms that demographics. That one normally voted for him. Where using a school choice program in large numbers and a desanta says opponent said that he would get rid of those scholarships for hundreds of thousands of kids. That might tip. The governor's race in favor of the santa so it looked the teachers..

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Texas Governor Files Challenge to End Dallas County Mask Mandate

The Steve Deace Show

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Texas Governor Files Challenge to End Dallas County Mask Mandate

"County judge in texas has issued a temporary restraining order against texas governor. Greg abbott's mask mandate ban also in texas the petty tyrants judge clay jenkins has reinstated an indoor mask mandate and all schools businesses and county buildings within dallas counter

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Revisiting Columbine High School

Confronting: O.J. Simpson

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Revisiting Columbine High School

"Welcome back to confronting columbine. I'm nancy glass. Here with amy amy. You stayed close with your high school principal. A man who was there that day. Frank deangelis right right. I did mr. D. is what we call him. He is the guy you see on tv kind wise patient and accessible. We're all forty now and we still call him with our problems. I have him literally and my cellphone and he takes my calls. Whenever whenever i call he really was the guy you all turn to. When this happened wasn't he. He was two thousand kids. We had no idea how to act respond or even grieve and he showed us the way. Well let's go back to columbine high. You're gonna meet the principal today and teacher tom. Tonelli i am with my former principal. Mr frank deangelis. I know i'm gonna cry already crying. It's been a long twenty one years you know. I can't speak for the whole class in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but that first year was rough. I mean columbine was my home and i had so many amazing memories there. The few would've told any of us. The columbine could happen at columi- we would sit note. This school is unreal. I it's been twenty years there. And i remember when my secretary ran in and said there's reported gunfire first thing. This has to be a senior prank. Were literally a month in two days. You guys graduate. All of a sudden we run out of my office in my worst nightmare became a rally. Everything seemed to slow down. So i thought i walked very calmly but mr lab and my secretary said. I just sprinted down the hallway towards the gunman police said. Why did you do that. nice it. there's one reason there were about twenty five girls that were coming out the locker room. Go to class. They had no idea they were laughing joke and they would have been dead

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"Lou Dobbs Tonight" has been canceled after a decade

Page Publishing

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

"Lou Dobbs Tonight" has been canceled after a decade

"Is done. Fox News announcing the cancelation of his show starting next week. The program will be called Fox Business tonight with rotating substitute host Jackie DeAngelis and David Asman, who filled in for Dobbs on Friday.

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"deangelis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"deangelis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"DEA from Sheridan to do last Miss DeAngelis is with us. You can call us in 6516411071. We've been talking about some top things that you may be worried about is you're moving into divorce and again. This might be a great time for you to be part of the conversation. If you have some questions, and this is a way for you to get them started. 6516411071 is the number and we've been talking. We got to the part. We started talking about abuse Indiana And we know that this is a serious fear for you know, some of the people in our population, you know? How did I get here is the question you here a lot. How how did I get here? Why is this happening to me? Why does he treat me like this? Right? Maybe if I just do something this way he won't. He won't be so mad about it. If I just if I just leave, and I don't take anything. Maybe this will go easier. The reality is is that if you are dealing with a spouse who was controlling abusive and is willing to use thes other threats to try to control you No matter how nice you are to them, no matter how compliant you are to them, they will continue to threaten right and they will continue to try to control you Any time they feel they're not in control, right? And things do escalate. We hear these stories. Time and time again, where they start off with something that you can explain away and then what happens is instead of things getting smaller. You get better at explaining the thing away, and it escalates for you. So we do encourage you to go. It's not you is and you deserve better. You are important and you can get help. Yes, you absolutely can get help. And legally, There's some things that you just need, Teo. You know, have a have a go bag right when you're getting ready to do this. Have a go bag ready either Put it in your trunk. Or if you're fearful that it could be found there, find somebody else that can hold your go bag for you Have Yes, I have a week's worth of clothes. Information documents that you need to have their medication. Any of those things that you think could be a problem. Right going. I need this. Find a way to get that done, right? And I've had clients where they haven't done that have had to leave in the middle of the night with no shoes on. And if you do you just go right. There is nothing more important than your physical safety. Right? Take your kids with you and go get out of there, Right? That's the most important thing. If you have time to plan you can start by doing things like removing really important family heirlooms. Having them go to somebody else or a relative on DH have those transferred. Oh, my sister really wants Grandma's rocking chair or something that you might have. That would be really hurtful if you didn't have it. Get it out of the house. Start to gather those documents that you can write you are home during the day in your spouse is not Just take documents, Photocopy them put the originals back to starts to grab at any little bits of thread. If you have time to do that, do that. And just remember that those temporary orders can also help us. Protect you right And to give you things such as if you have no other place to go. A temporary order can allow you to remain in the house and order your spouse to leave while you have time to go ahead and protect some of these things and get these things that you need exactly exactly, and also for the duration of the divorce, writes a temporary order could say You get possession of the house. He asked to leave and he has to pay the mortgage payment. Well, he's out, right, right. The temporary orders give us a lot of protection that way, And there are times when we actually need Mohr protection, right? You know, it's really scary to do this and make those first conversations and so sometimes it is. I need to talk to my cousin. I need to talk to somebody who can do this. And maybe they can help you. If you can't prepare a go bag yourself, Yeah. Have somebody to get it to start getting those things together for you, evenness they're going to make you know, Start a little shopping trip for you and start collecting resource is so that you could do. This is another thing that it's difficult to find somebody. But you don't have to be alone. You don't have to be alone. If you have family resource is near you, please. Use those resource is if not, there are many other resource is available. Tea to that can assist you and get you on your feet and allow you to have some place safe to live. While we're going through this transition, right? We also have the power of orders for protection and harassment, restraining orders. They're very similar, but different in just some very specific ways and order for protectionists. When there have been either threats of violence or physical violence between you and your spouse or against your spouse and your Children, it creates a court order that prohibits them from having contact with U can control those temporary agreements. That we're talking about here after a hearing and can also include aspects of child support, right? The important part about in O F P is that you put your entire story into that petition right? It goes to the court first before the other side even knows anything is happening. And if the court signs it Then is in place immediately After that, there's going to be a little hearing that will happen. And that can allow us to have a much longer order for protection. But the thing about in order for protection and a harassment restraining order. Is that violation of those orders when they're in place. Is actually a crime right and that your spouse if they continue to harass you, or continue to threaten you or harm, you can go to jail, not just on the domestic or just on the harassment but on the violation of the order itself. Ah, harassment restraining order is any time we're talking about a repeated pattern of unwanted behavior, right? So maybe there's no threat of harm. And maybe there's no actual harm. But perhaps they're following you around the house and won't let you go. That would give you an opportunity to get her harassment, Restraining order, write, write..

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"deangelis" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"That I have to give up my three feet I'm taking up my three fee your three feet so over there. You can vote how you want. At Snack GonNa Affect my three feet. The biggest confusion with race is that. The majority becomes the norm, and so you assume because your way. Is what you think and feel that everyone thinks and feels that way, and they don't so that when someone like a person of color says. Let me share my experience often. We get dismissed as seeing it wrong. No, you got that wrong. No, you're too sensitive. Now couldn't have happened. Outweigh know when people of Color have been trained pretty much since they were born how to spot that survival scale. Yeah it is it is it literally is because in your head? Then you go and I was talking to my friends about this. We can go through school and one by one. We can name the teachers that were the safe harbor. We could go to feel comfortable around, and that's very important. If you're feeling threatened, where is the safe spot to go to? If this thing goes down? So, yes, it's important that we are allowed to share our experiences. In pretty much. That's IT I. Don't want to debate. I tell schools this all the time. That if you know, this child is hurt. And they feel it's racially motivated, and they go home or their parents feel racially motivated. If they come into you, income playing the worst responds, you can give is no. You got that wrong. No, no way. Would my teacher say that? And so there's a great book out. There called white fragility which talks about impact and not the intention. So oftentimes you go what you just said really hurt me and their response is didn't intend to, and that doesn't even matter. I have had a lot of conversations about race, but not with as many white people as black people. And so in this time in some conversations, some people have expressed concern that they or their family members or somebody they know might be a racist. There are people that are really struggling with that. I did go and read some aspects of white fragility. I think it's a book. Read them for white people by a wide person and I think that's a great audience. The but we have a lot of books that I'm reading. What was really valuable for me? was descriptions and reading some of the language, because when somebody who's white comes and talks to me about race or brings up the issue. And often in a very apologetic way. Well I don't know what to say. My default is to want to help. People feel better so learning some of the language around. You can still be a racist, even though it's not at an individual, even though it's not intentional, even though is not conscious at the three main points that's robbing deangelis brings up in her book. Even if those three things don't exist, it could still be a racist act, or it could still be restructure. and to me, that was so subtle, but significant in terms of me thinking about Oh. That's the block for some people I used to be a teacher, and so a lot of my friends are also starting to think about. How do we have this conversations? We follow students. What kind of social ills? What kind of emotional skills can we help them develop so that they.

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"deangelis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Don't need oil Jackie DeAngelis with fox business president trump looking on the bright side we're filling up our national petroleum reserve strategic you know the strategic reserves and we're looking to put as much as seventy five million barrels into the reserves themselves that would top it out that would be a first time in a long time it's been tapped out could get it for the right price and the president made a positive prediction about the economy following the release of our re opening guidelines governors across the country who are looking forward to phase one and announcing plans for an economic resurgence we're gonna have a resurgence he was markets ending lower today the Dow down five hundred ninety two point falling below the twenty four thousand mark the White House and congressional leaders close to a compromise agreement to provide more money for the small business loan program it ran out of money last week the latest corona virus numbers in this country more than seven hundred seventy eight thousand Americans testing positive for co that nineteen the number of deaths nearing forty two thousand that is almost a fourth of the global fatalities fifty five of those deaths in one New York City nursing home the cobble hill health center in an upscale Brooklyn neighborhood struggling to control the outbreak the C. E. O. says a third of the staff called out sick those left behind wearing garbage bags because of a shortage of protective equipment and not a single resident or staffer has.

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"deangelis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm Carmen Roberts fox news U. S. stock futures plunging this morning after president trump announced last night he's banning travel from Europe for thirty days to help fight the coronavirus the new rules will go into effect Friday at midnight the band does not include Britain though we are at a critical time in the fight against the virus we made a life saving move with early action on China now we must take the same action with Europe adding to that the state department's advice advising all Americans to avoid traveling overseas the president's prime time announcement from the oval office last night following the world health organization's decision to classify the corona virus as a pandemic and that did not sit well on Wall Street traders on the floor walking by me earlier as I reported there somberly repeating the words it's a pandemic pandemic fox's Jackie DeAngelis from the New York Stock Exchange Dow futures down one thousand eighty one points suggesting a huge sell off on Wall Street opens Dow industrials slid one thousand four hundred sixty five point yesterday putting an end to their eleven year Bull Run travel restrictions are sure to hurt the airline industry already suffering from a huge drop in problem president trump hopes Congress will step in with help for the economy the president also called for sweeping economic stimulus action to prop up the American economy from the side effects of the virus urging Congress to provide immediate payroll tax relief in addition to other economic measures fox's John decker at the White House and a surprising announcement last night from the N. B. A. it is suspending all games until further notice the NBA making that decision after a player with the Utah Jazz tested positive.

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"deangelis" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips. PODCAST I'm your host Scott Ingram bringing you some questionable audio in hopefully and this one last tip and unfortunately it's going to get just a little bit worse before it gets better. The really iffy audio. You're about to hear gets better after about thirty seconds if you can just be a little bit patient and jackets self introducing today. So I'm just going to let him take it away. What's going on sales tips community? My My name is Jack Wilson with Cinch it. Today we've got a really cool team tip. COLLAB- oh I'm here with Andy Deangelis the COO from vote a call. Aw and the reason we're taking this really cool approach is because Andy talk a lot about customer experience in when you think about it. A great customer experience agreeance really starts with sales so today are tip is really about setting the proper expectations throughout the sales process. In order to ensure her that Greek customer experience so any share from your experience coming from the OP side of the world. You've definitely seen the impacts of expectations and experience Hulley. So I have to say is customer experience for years. But you're right it was it was. He's always that that marketing terminology in the background and for us that was always our differentiator. The problem will always was. How do you let the curtain? That's one a potential customer prospect know. What customer experience means different things as a different people? How do you let them know? It's not just marketing fodder right. How do you display to them? That this is a true differentiator in advantage edge of going with in this case photocall. So that's always a challenge and the way that you meet that challenge. Is You get your sales team completely. Bought walk in on customer experience on it being your differentiator on process. It's the only way to do that is there has to be documentation. You have to constantly constantly talk about it and has to be a top down message throughout the organization. Once you do that you will slowly see that your your sales reps will be positioning customer experience above all else before features before price. 'cause look in my business. Resell phone systems. We sell cloud phone systems. Many people believe a phone systems phone system of fair. I always respond. Yes absolutely the difference is yes. Everybody can supply the same type of features features live with the same type of features but not everyone can can deliver the same type of experience that human to human connection interaction. That's where we differentiate our selves so we have sales reps leading with. We're not selling a product. I were selling inexperienced. I and once you get your sales reps to convert to that model a lot changes and there's a big impact when they do it right as well. And that's really where the tit today is setting the right expectation so I think a lot of times. What sales professionals do as a customer? Say Hey what is the on boarding process look like or what am I next. Steps and a sales rep tenants to say you know what it's no big deal. It's a it's easy piece of cake. But then once the client gets engaged with that on boarding process and they realized there is some work they do have have to do some lifting or they have to participate now all of a sudden. They're first experiences. Well that's not how it was portrayed to me so as sales reps the tip tip we have for you. Today is be honest about what those next steps are so for example. If there's going to be a little work involved on the client's behalf let them know about it. There's there's you should never be anything such as a negative surprise when it comes to your client so for me in the IT space we get some feedback that we onboard somebody and then you get a ton of calls so now upfront. We started saying. Hey look over the next thirty days. We're going to be doing a lot of work to really enhance your environment. We're going to call you a ton. I actually joke around with the my. It's kind of like dating like look if we call too much. Maybe just let us know. Hey it's it's a little much. Can you pack off a little bit. But as long as we're setting that expectation they don't go into that mindset of post purchase dissonance and then experience ends up being happy because we've set the proper expectation. So do you find having a system where you're talking talking about experience that you're able to live up to that. Your reps are setting the proper expectations most of the time. So you know for me. I came from the sales side and now I handle a lot of operation. So I'm a sales guy that loves process. It's kind of. It's it's an the nominally in in in many respects especially in telecom but so I love the process everything out and customer experience can be a challenge to process process so the customer experience. Because it's very humid. You know true customer experiences about the human being and to your point people. Their expectations are different. Their needs are different. They're wants or some people in your in your field. They may love the constant phone calls from sin. Jiji right they may love that other people are like. WHOA WHOA? I got other stuff to do I. I don't need the constant phone calls so it's about measuring and finding out what the individual needs that. That's certainly important right so in our business on boarding is everything right. You WanNa get someone on boarded properly. They feel good and confident but the solution that team around him and they should always know what's next they should never go into a black hole of. Who am I dealing with next or what happens next and I don't know I don't know the next step in this process? It's just feels like it's been going on forever so for us. We put together a dock document for on boarding. It's called the cloud off. Documents is seven cloud concerts. It takes everyone through hosts signature to complete fulfillment support hand and our sales reps actually position that with prospects and this is how we onboard people soup to nuts everything that we do and we've one business simply because customers have looked at it and compared it to what they went through before and said you guys really do do all this and yet and we responded course because it's on paper because on our website we deliver and honestly if we didn't we'd hear about it because we talk about it all the time we'd be called out if we didn't deliver on it we're always going to be tweaking it of course but it's super important to get someone onboard and so they can become an evangelist someone who's speaking about your company with such high regard specifically now to answer your question right. What instance really raise the experience for the customer and and sort of managing expectations certainly to do any implementation right? I'm not delivering. Just some widget in a box. I'm delivering a cloud system designing solution implementing and. I want a happy customer in that requires at least minimal interaction with the customer. There's certain things I need to do that. No one I'd say I I'm stupid. I'm just the dumb guy. We technical people do that. The smart guys but in any event I need certain things from a customer to fulfill that order so front in our in our cloud hop talking on our website. It says this is what we require wire when we require it to move installs law so before we actually implemented this process and put it on a piece of paper and on the website. All of the information mation we needed from a customer come in piecemeal over over days and weeks installs were dragging customers. Were calling wondering what's going on you. Different in context of different companies. You know not talking to each other about where where are we in this process since we implemented this it really manage a customer's -tations of what we needed and we decrease implementation by about thirty percent just because we as customers expectations of what we need to get the job done. I love that instills froze. It starts with you so to really wrap it all up and Kinda put a bow on it. Set the proper upper expectations specifically outlined the next steps for your prospect and your future customer. And if you don't have a process for it now because obviously we're talking to people from a wide swath different companies from startups to enterprise selling. If you don't have a system get a system in place that will your message about the expectations. Nations is delivered with consistency. Allows everyone on your team to live up to that uniformly. So Andy Awesome. Thank you for sharing those experiences. We'll be back. I I hope in the future for some more tips and keep an eye out for us..

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"deangelis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"It has promised Jackie DeAngelis from fox business is now joining us on the line to talk a little bit about what's going on in markets Jackie how are you today good morning while hanging in there watching the Dow rebound a little yeah let's let's talk a little bit about this because pretty much with when I woke up this morning Dow futures are pointing up about a hundred points and then that kind of slip away over the course of the pre market peer to then right when that I assume non manufacturing report hit we sell markets plunge about one percent across the board what do you think is behind this rally here is it just people banking on the fed to bail things out I think it's bad and I think it that the results of the of the string of data that shows that maybe there's some cracks in the economy and that the fed will act at the end of the month but I also think you know we lost eight three hundred forty three point Wednesday four hundred ninety four point there's definitely some folks that are staying within the data is not telling us anything we didn't know we knew the global economy is slowing we knew the United States was going to be comma part of that be dragged down a little bit these numbers show that there's growth here but that it just at a slower pace than than the kind of mess we're expecting this early you know early on having said that people look at that as a buying opportunity and they get back in the market when we talk about the overall pace of slowing growth domestically obviously you've got a whole bunch of people talking today about potential recession I'd still of the opinion that recession is not baked into the U. S. economy where where we kind of stand on that they're mixed views so there are folks like you who don't necessarily believe we're headed for a recession or that if there is one if not baked into the numbers and then there are others that would say is that more than ten year old bull market you know policies aside looking at the global economy in the state that it that it and that is blowing you know our economy is due for a recession however remember when you start to see the warning signs it. we can take twelve to fourteen months before that recession actually kick then it doesn't happen tomorrow and when we look at the potential for avoiding recession obviously the the big things that are out there Hey if we can get a resolution on trade with China if Europe can start growing okay great but in general I tend to subscribe to the belief that the status quo is kind of where we're going to stay until. you know until we see meaningful change anywhere is there anything else that could kind of act as a counterbalance right now to the threat of a recession. counter balance I'm not sure how to add pressure to it I'll give you one at impeachment inquiry there are two things happening right now that the market was expecting it was expecting at the thumb you know the trappings of partial trade deal with China before the end of the year and and that could still happen the doctor could everything on October tenth and washing and but we don't have that in in our hands yeah the second thing the market was looking for on with after the Muller report racialist but the bad that you know and hate each impeachment possibility would go away now all of a sudden within the last couple of weeks as a result the crane story that back on the table and it's more fears but after awhile after what the problem with that impeachment inquiry even if the president impeached but not removed from office is that it that's the stage for potential change in Washington and and the market it believe it or not like president trump because he's supporting the economy any supporting business growth and you can see the stocks have gone up the market is very scared of analysts that warrant for example that put that wealth tax there and very expensive plan that she can't necessarily pay for Jackie are only at the time now where about a year out is when markets start to look at the potential potential outcomes in a in an upcoming election. I would say this is about the time you know look we're gonna head at the holiday season and everybody's going to be a more preoccupied and fourth quarter typically because of the holidays strong quarter the consumer so investors will be focused on that I think when we come back from the new year if when the market is really gonna start to think about okay who is going to get the nomination the democratic nomination who is going to be running again and you know what is what is the picture look like when we talk about the strength of the American consumer you mention them briefly right there it's been pointed out that Hey the the American consumers remain strong particularly strong you know in the third quarter we saw some really good consumer spending numbers and retail numbers in the third quarter that kind of in confidence numbers that have kind of kept things moving what how how much of a lag is there between a slowdown in the business side of things and when that starts to filter through to people spending. it's interesting because you wonder how the consumer psychology impacted by a everything they see the media fears of a recession sometimes you can unlock psychologically trigger people to tighten up their spending by talking that way I think typically take the quarter or two so you know I think that third quarter was pretty strong I think you know we'll be looking for the fourth quarter numbers in January and it depending on how they come in it'll give us a sense fourth quarter even leave the strong quarter of consumers take naps that it's going to be a signal that there's more to come very good Jackie we appreciate the time thanks for joining us today thanks for having me Jackie DeAngelis from fox business talking about the current state of the US economy and now it's time to play a little bit of trivia on this day in eighteen sixty three president Abraham Lincoln officially declared the last Thursday of November as thanksgiving day we'll be asking a trivia question about honest Abe Lincoln what is the title of the play that Abraham Lincoln was watching when he was assassinated rather a morbid question left he ate do you approve of the question I approve it and try to think of I know the answer. history major. cats now wasn't cats phantom of the opera. I'll text number is six three five six six and one route if you are the eighth listener with the correct answer to that question you'll win the fifty dollar gas card what is the title of the play that Abraham Lincoln was S. watching when he was assassinated six three five six six and don't forget you need to include my first name it's very if you have not played trivia in the past Sports Illustrated it was was Sports Illustrated thing when you guys were kids sure yes Sports Illustrated Sports Illustrated kids out to get it to your house every yep every week or every single week in the I know the kids when I think was a bi weekly yeah I think that's right yeah I remember the kids but the I remember the swimsuit issue but the I used to get sports this illustrates the look forward to is like every Thursday would come and I would read it cover to cover I can't tell you the last time I picked up a Sports Illustrated well you're not right now well I'm not talking about that one girl talking about like the nineties I was reading it I'm trying to remember when I stopped reading but it certainly through the nineteen nineties as reading Sports Illustrated every week yeah I mean if you look at the circulation now and I just have data from December of twenty fifteen that's the most recent yeah that I have but the circulation at that point was about three million okay so about three million subscriptions which it's not nothing I mean that's still a significant number but I'm trying to see if I can pull up the the numbers from their history and how many they had at their peak was in every house. and well I did but then good to see if I can figure out how many you know kind of where it peaked I'm not really sure I haven't been able to find it yet but obviously they've been going through yeah the same wrecking the just about every print publication has been going through over the last twenty years which is how do you compete against digital media it's probably more pronounced on a weekly though when you think is there a time you get a weekly it's the news is sold. yeah you don't really it in in this is something that even I've seen just in my own life in terms of how I seek out sports highlights and things like that where talk you can probably relate to this well I guess we're gonna go to break and then we can relate to this hall yeah yeah I will have the answer to our tricky question when we return to the financial..

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"deangelis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Jackie DeAngelis stocks plunge for their worst loss of the years the US labels China a currency manipulator the Dow lost seven hundred sixty seven points or three percent this is fox news warm humid set up this week looks like there could be a couple storms at times tonight slow with maybe a passing thunderstorm down to sixty seven partly sunny and Tuesday a high getting back up to around ninety I'm meteorologist marks of it from the weather channel one oh six one F. M. talk any time any where stay connected with the I heart radio available in Europe store it's both come in today for a free chicken Supremes dinner for just comes with chicken tenders your choice of for a limited time get your choice for just four ninety nine okay there's no time like both times time to stop whatever you're doing and had double jungles for some of that old dishes Bojangles flavor and there's no better way to satisfy your craving for Cajun then with full jackals chicken Supremes right now J. goes three piece of creams dinner is just four ninety nine tenderloin filets your choice of fiction this get iced tea for just four ninety nine Bojangles chicken Supremes dinner hurry time this is the first station exclusively devoted to podcasts and podcasts discover the I heart.

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"deangelis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He oversees the Frank DeAngelis center, which was once in elementary school. It is named for the former Columbine high school principal Frankie Angeles who now speaks across the country, about the lessons learned from Columbine. This thing is ballistic protection at this training center, school districts and law enforcement agencies from across the country can train for the worst in the past year. We've had over sixty agencies more than six thousand police officers sheriff's deputies state and federal agents training in here, preparing for that given day, the goal is making sure responding officer, even if working alone understands the tactics that can help stop shooter who gets into a school, thirty one party down. No movement and room number one, this is a state of the art computer controlled virtual reality shooter training. Officers can be run through hundreds of scenarios involving the gunman in one room or in several rooms really provides our professionals the ability to go into an environment, train, just like they would have to respond using multiple rooms noise. But this is just one part of the school safety equation. Another component is how schools immediately respond before law enforcement arrives get everybody inside. We're gonna lock those outside doors that brought John Michael Keyes with program in hand to Jefferson County came sat down, and our office here, and I said, how much charge anything I just want you to try it. Combeback the next day, I don't believe in testing it. We're gonna implement it. We started training on the standard response for all of our schools, and it was battle-tested that year. In February of two thousand ten three weeks before your creek mills full shooting. We I went into that school trained and talk to the teachers and the administrators about what they'd see what it feel like what the need to think about. On that day, a mentally ill man shot and wounded two students outside deer creek middle school before being tackled by a teacher and subdued I support this program and have for many years, and that is why John McDonald is often right alongside keys helping to train the standard response protocol. I believe it to be the fundamental program that we base all school safety on. Here in this district and so many districts across the state of Colorado. And now cross the country and Canada, the I love you guys foundation has math were school districts are now using the standard response protocol, and the list continues to grow. But despite their efforts, John McDonnell says there are still huge gaps in school safety training across the country national standards or state standards and local standards other than what we decide and determine and, and that's a struggle..

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Community Gathers At Columbine Memorial Ahead Of Somber 20th Anniversary

Secured Retirement Radio

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Community Gathers At Columbine Memorial Ahead Of Somber 20th Anniversary

"Tonight. There will be a large remembrance ceremony here in an ear by park for the families of those who died at Columbine twenty years ago. There have been many school shooting since nineteen ninety nine but Columbine was one that shattered America's innocence it unfolded on live TV. Frank DeAngelis was a principal at Columbine on that day. He says he's twenty years have been tough I will have survival guilt for the rest of my life. Those kids walk into the building that day at seven AM and twelve of them didn't return Craig Scott lost his sister and his good friends. He hid under a table as the shots were fired. He to his struggled with survivors Gill. Zomba afterwards. He says it his taken years to recover, and he now truly values has special life is after

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"deangelis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"You have a Mike you're on the air. Go ahead. It is my honor to introduce the youth. This is the Dan capless show. I don't believe it crazy twenty four hours in Colorado. What are the lessons learned what are we going to do the next time around? And what can we do better right now? Glad you're here. Frank DeAngelis is gonna join us shortly as you know, he was the principal at Columbine. Proximity twenty years ago twenty years ago this Saturday when when truly demons from hell tower cowardly demons murdered so many innocence and permanently traumatized. So many at Columbine. And of course, Franklin be with us today to talk about this bizarre episode that played out starting during time yesterday afternoon through the morning closing countless schools throughout Colorado. And Dan, of course, traumatizing many children in the process. So we'll get francs reaction to all of that. And we'll talk tactics. You know was the right thing done this time. What should be done next time? What if this unfortunate soul pies? What if she had not been found today, as you know by now, obviously, the newscast at the top and other newscasts that that? She is dead self inflicted, gunshot wound. But what if she had not been found yet? How long would you keep the schools closed? How long should you keep the schools close? We'll talk to you about. That. And we'll also talk, of course, to former principal Frank DeAngelis about that. Then at five ten Jeff Schrader will be on with us. Of course, the sheriff of Jeffco to talk about the details surrounding this particular threat, the decisions made what that may mean for the future as well. The latest factually, as you know, is that this gun was bought legally about three miles from Columbine. And the reason it could be bought legally. And that she wasn't flagged in background. Check is that the FBI was not yet aware of the threat. We are told at the time she bought the gun. So one of the issues I want to talk to you about eventually in this program is should gun stores. Get some legal protection should they choose to refuse to sell to somebody. They don't feel right about. Now, the reporting at this point from the gun store is that we we had no reason avenue concerns about her whatsoever. But do we need to give gun stores legal? Protection from lawsuits should they just follow the instincts that their gut feeling at the moment about somebody who is seeking to buy a weapon ammunition or both? So I think that an important public policy issue. So lots to be discussed under this umbrella, Frank Daniels. So join in a second, but first of all have to give credit some callers may disagree. If so we'll we'll dive into that. But I really want to give credit to everyone in thirty who worked so well together on this. And as you know, I don't hesitate to criticize authority when it is deserved. And we had some very serious detailed discussions after Columbine, for example, when not law enforcement in general, but top law enforcement decision makers on the day of Columbine. Let down the kids let down the community let down their own officers who would have given their lives status. Save those kids. Command bad command. Decisions were made that day, and I talked about that publicly. But in this case, I think we saw so many in command positions work together beautifully. You know from the FBI to local law enforcement to the schools, and I know with with our daughter's school they were up all night. They were up all night monitoring, the situation waiting as long as they could to make the call trying to get this school day and all these after school activities in, but when this criminal had not been found by six in the morning, they made the call they cancelled school. So just very well done all of those folks who were smart thoughtful technical, and I think made absolutely the right decision and few disagree will make you a priority. Caller now. Of course, it gets tough. If it starts rolling into data to day three what if she's not found for a week. And so we'll have that conversation as well. So lots to do there. Obviously, there's a lot going on. Nationally as well. And we'll certainly bring you up to speed on all of that. But this is a national story, a very very important story to us locally because there are more lessons from this. And it goes back to what I talk with you about all the time. I've done it for years on this show, which is wait a second. We know the evil is out there. The evil didn't die when when this unfortunate young woman took her own life at the base amount, Evans, the evil is out there planning the next school shooting, plural. Shootings in Colorado as we speak. So what more are we going to do to protect kids because we're not doing nearly enough right now, I say, but more importantly, what does Frank DeAngelis say Frank as you know, was principal at Columbine on that fateful day. Frank himself was shot up by one of these cowardly killers. Who fortunately missed but but Frank helped usher that community through the unimaginable. Frank, welcome to the Dan. Capless show. Hi, dan. How are you could be in with us? I I can't even imagine how you're feeling not only with the twentieth and the word anniversary doesn't really fit does it. But for lack of better term the twentieth anniversary of Columbine shooting coming up, and then we have this bizarre episode that had to traumatize lots of people including especially those who lived through Columbine. So what's your reaction to it? It's interesting. Someone did bring that to my attention one of the family, you know, Frank truly not nanna bursary. It's a remembrance. So they send him that is a good term the remembrance now, but every year since I retired the week of the twentieth. I usually I'm at Columbine. So I was there yesterday and in the hallways. They're still, you know, the kids know me and the staff knows me and everything's going. Well, and then about ten o'clock yesterday. I got called in with the principal, and we went in and we were informed. What was transpired? We received information from the FBI that there was a threat and biggest different that. I think of is things that we have in place now that we didn't have in place twenty years ago. Twenty years ago. The only girls we get we're fire drills. You know, and and when I was in high school, we get fire drills. But yesterday, the principal God on and calmly announced that we are going to be in lockout, and it was like clockwork everybody just moved on. And I mean, they got what they were doing that. And in the kids moved on and did what they needed to do. But one of the things that happened to me is I started sailing this adrenaline rush. It took me back to twenty years ago in one of the things that I immediately did is there are eighteen staff. There was a Columbine of the one hundred forty five who were there on twentieth. And so I went around to check in and just gave it comes up or you don't touch the heart. Just to check into see how they were doing. And it does it takes a back. And, but you know, when fortunately these people continue to do this. And it just drives me crazy that these two pillars to cowards, or you know, memorialize glorified. And it just it's upsetting to me. Now frontier and shows her special guest, and Frank has a book out, titled they they call me, Mr. D And Frank. Why do you think obviously, you you think about this every day? I just read a very compelling piece in an east coast paper about how each morning when you wake up you recite the names of of all of the innocence killed at Columbine. Tell us about that. And why? Right. After one of the most harrowing things there were so many things that. Sick out my mind from that horrific day, but one I got a couple of things in Dan. I know you're a person of faith, and you can relate to this. And I'm a cradle Catholic and. My office and. Originally when the secretary sits thought, it was a cooler sheets. She said it's a school shooting. I'm thinking the senior prank. I mean, we're a month away from graduating. The was a coalition I can count on two hands a number fistfights because I had been there prior. I was a teacher. I was a coach and. The gunman and I run right towards these girls. They were my kids, and you know, as a principal you wanna do everything to protect your kids. So running down the hallway, and I knew we need to get into the gym area to get away from the gunman the gunman's getting closer shots are getting louder and all of a sudden I pull on that door and applaud and so the girls are in a state of panic. I mean, we are trapped and all of a sudden in my pocket in literally had thirty five keys on a key ring reach in my pocket. I can't pulled out. I stuck in the door, and it opened on try while and and it's amazing that girls now, they'll send me pictures of their family, and they'll say Frank, or, you know, Mr. de I'm glad you found that can I said, I don't think I have a whole lot in finding that key that right while I can show just listening to that. Yes. And I truly is amazing. So anyways night went on. And I helped the please. After that expired around eight o'clock, they took me down the leeward elementary school. And we didn't know anything about reunification. We did the best we could. But there were families down there being reunited with their parents, needless to say, it was very emotional. But is a night went on. There were fewer pair in there. And you know, parents who I've known for years came up said Frank you see my son or daughter they were out there. So. Pair. It comes over its Frank for the last three hours. There's been buses yellow buses transporting our kids, there's no more buses and to my heart started racing in. That's when it grief counselor came over and something I was getting prepared for he said, we need to go in and tell these parents there's a good chance child lost their lives in your school. And I can remember going into that area. And you know, now, not wearing my principal happen wearing my parents because I had a daughter who went over Douglas county, and I can remember on them telling you need to fill out a missing persons report. And I that will haunt me for the rest of my life. You know, they. Mr. Sanders walk into the building, and they never walked home or never went back home. And so I made a promise that night like come back to my house 'cause place concerned about welfare and safety of myself and my family, and so I ended up spending tonight my brother, couldn't sleep, and I made a promise there's nothing I can do to bring back taste their team. But I'm going to, you know, make sure they didn't die in vain. So every morning they get out of bed. I recite that their team. Well. It might office. I had this wall. What I called the wall of the thirteen people at Frank because I've seen on his principal for fifteen years after they said Frank how do you look at that? He's the reason I come in each day for these kids give me inspiration in. And that's the major reason. I do it Dan that is so powerful. Frank tangents, our special guest, as as you know, Frank anybody who walks into the lobby of our radio station. The iheart building pictures of all thirteen big prominent pictures are right there right inside the conference room. Everybody can see those pictures as they walk in our building. And so, you know, I'm so proud of the station for continuing to do that. But but your story about the key in that keychain under under there's those situations that I just absolutely believe in that. I I remember having archbishop Pugh who's archbishop at the time is, you know. On the show the night of of the slaughter at Columbine. And and he was talking about how God never makes anything bad happen. God never causes harm. But he makes good come from evil. And so you think of all the good that that started fighting back and rising up immediately. Even while this mass murder was in progress. You think of Dave Sanders, you think of what you did you think of a Patty in the library?.

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"deangelis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Frank DeAngelis was the principal of Columbine. When the massacre happened twenty years ago, he was in the school yesterday when the threat came in and the school went on lockout when I checked in with. So many of the staff members they said, it's April we expect this. And so I think it's almost precisely no they're prepared for that to happen. He says these bring survivors together it's a community of resolve in. I think when things like this happen it brings us together. Saying checking in on each other Jeffco school officials say the schools will reopen tomorrow with normal schedules and extra security the FBI was involved in this investigation. And we'll be holding a news conference at two o'clock. KOA NewsRadio will carry it live. The Justice department is changing the rules for immigrants seeking asylum in the United States immigrants who cross into the US legally. And then claim asylum will no longer be allowed to use credible fear to seek bond, which means they could be held indefinitely. The ruling from attorney general William bar takes effect in ninety days to allow the homeland security department to expand detention space lawsuits are expected in a statement. They see L us immigration rights project said our constitution does not allow the government to lock up asylum seekers without base. Due process. We'll see the administration in court in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News donations from around the world to rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris of crossed the billion dollar, Mark fire devastated. The eight hundred fifty year old gothic treasure two days ago. Rockies have the day off after winning their third game in a row last night. The Rockies are back at home tomorrow night against the Phillies. Our next news update is at one thirty. I'm Susan Witkin KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM..

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California prosecutors to seek death penalty in 'Golden State Killer' murders

Marketplace

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

California prosecutors to seek death penalty in 'Golden State Killer' murders

"Crenshaw prosecutors in Sacramento say they will seek the death. Penalty for a man suspected of being one of California's most prolific serial killers that decision is a rebuke to governor Gavin Newsom recently declared a moratorium on executions in the state, here's KCRW's Daryl men Joseph DeAngelis, suspected of being notorious Golden State killer who avoided capture for decades, he was arrested last year based on DNA evidence that linked him to at least thirteen murders and more than fifty rapes across California prosecutors announced in short court hearing that they intend to pursue a death sentence. Their decision shows that at least some district attorneys will continue to push for capital punishment in spite of newsome's moratorium, the governor acknowledged as much this week saying the execution band is not affect the ability of local prosecutors to make charging decisions the Angela's attorney says that seeking the death penalty against a seventy three year old man is wasteful. And does

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"deangelis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Center down the right wing cross the line, right circle. A knife Nathan front lost the handle while the fed about the Rangers lost couldn't clear held the JT Miller center point where it took a plot was a little bit off balance. He recovers and grabs the puck, right circle. Lot forces for stamkos right corner. Steven stamkos is pin by shea. They battle shea dislodged it for PR PR and the Rangers far corner looks up ice. They sell FOSS to center ice sweeps it in both sides will get a change twenty two left in the third three three the score. Dan. Georgina lightning Ryland kucherov. Swerves out to center ice returns Girardi down the right wing cross the New York line, right point. Deangelis there though to intercept and stupid right back out. Rangers have been so much better in their own zone. Getting boots navigate across the little MU of circle shoddy put tie and wildlife. Remember, boots navy trade circle. Rattles it to lightning far corner. Headman is there is jacked trying to keep it alive on the far side of you keep right circle. Centerpoint DeAngelis, LaPointe. Marc Staal shoots that got deflected wide left point golfs at for Johnson. Short feet had been Clinton clear held in by LIZA Anderson, right circle shoots. Save Ascii stall a point long shift for the Rangers in the offense event by the walks in front of the right, circle shoots. It gets blocked is still loose lightning. Cannot get it. Get left circles knocked to the ice by Danja Artie who drop rampant around the far side for Johnson. Couldn't clear held in DeAngelis right point. He'll smartly put it into the lightning near corner for visi. Rangers have fresh guys out there Girardi steal for couture. Drop could not clear held and Kreider will appoint shot blocked by Dan Girardi, and he blocked in an away that it went out of play lightning really needed the break. And they get it there with the puck out of play eight eleven left in the third three three the score lighting radio. What does it mean to feel.

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"deangelis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"deangelis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Deangelis from Sheridan and dulas. Good morning again. Thank you for joining. It's always nice to see you. And I always appreciate when you come in. And when you send me you you were very organized because you send me emails. Well in advance of what we're talking about. An honestly gives me days of joy, knowing that I'm going to come in and talk about the subject matters that you bring in a nice to say because a lot of times the end it really is stuff that I have been kind of having percolate in the back of my mind, and my little mom brain means to look at it. And then you doing laundry, and then your mom brain means look at it. And then you're making pizza for the kiddo. Jay falls off the to do list unless you've written it down somewhere. Now, you've got to find it among the five. Around. Absolutely, right. The stuff that keeps you up at night and day to help you out. You did bring in some friends of yours today. Subject matter. So what are we gonna cover today and who your buddies? Well, I brought in from my office. Andrew hunt stat, and Randall kipnes who were to associated tourneys in our firm, and we're gonna talk about wills and trust and estate planning, and I'll tell you. That's why it gave me joy because this is one of those things that a lot of time. When people hear the word will because we only watch it in old television show. So you go we'll it's always a some dire. Occasion or some something. That's really contentious because we know it from soap operas dramas or some multimillionaire, and they're all sitting in a room doing the reading of the wheel. Right. And we all think that this only applies to those people those folks that have so much money that they have to worry about these things. But I mean prince died without a will. Oh my gosh. And as much trouble as we'd like to believe that. That's just a problem because he's prince. It's a problem for everybody. And we are going to take people's questions today if you have one you can call us a six five one six four one one zero seven one six five one six four one one zero seven one I do remind everybody the Diana's an amazing attorney we encourage you to be cognizant of that you could call Sheridan and do less if you need specific information, and we're gonna try and give you some general information today. But remember, that's exactly what it is general information. And although it applies to you. We still need to follow up directly with your own attorney. Right. We're at thirty thousand feet wrestling with these issues, especially when it comes to wills and trusts and estate planning everything that we're talking about today is going to apply to most people. But there are so many different ways of planning your estate and really trying to get to the specific needs of you and your family you need to come in. And see us talk to another lawyer just to make sure that you're handling it correctly. Because this is absolutely positively a not a situation where one-size-fits-all Andy, and is probably makes sense. What we've said before here. On the mom show. Is that you kind of be the reason why your firm has this variety of different specialties and different things that the attorneys that somebody might come to you with one particular issue that is a you know, it right now is the top of my thing with their family. But it trickles into other things. Always when I do family law family law touches, everything it touches real estate. It touches business at touches, grandparents rights, it touches everything. But at our firm what we try to do is we try to be that full service firm. So that when it deals with a land dispute between two relatives as we're trying to get through a divorce or you've got a problem with a neighbor or you have an issue where you've got other planning family or criminal issues that come up that's where Jeffrey and Andrew and Randall come into and we bring them in as part of the team to make sure we're handling all of your needs. Now, Dan, we've talked to you before about how you became a super rockstar family attorney that you basically was a prodigy you decided. You things and they could just see the twinkle in your eye negoti needs to be in charge of this firm. And if there was a lot I mean, it was it was a different time coming into it into the mid eighties and really finding that passion to want to help people in this way. And we were lucky enough a couple of years ago as part of that process to have Andrew and Randall join our firm, and they have that same sort of spirit and energy of really wanting to get in there and help people and make it happen in a way that really works for them and helps them come up with a good long lasting solution. Now, gentlemen, how do you decide that you go? This is the area of law that we want to practice it. That's a really good question. All right. Thanks. For childhood experiences. I've saw families go.

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Golden State Killer suspect to face murder trial in Sacramento

Jay Talking

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Golden State Killer suspect to face murder trial in Sacramento

"In California there's new. Information regarding the upcoming trial of the so-called Golden. State killer of long ago CBS news correspondent. Steve Futterman is in Los Angeles the alleged crimes including thirteen murders taking. Place in so many jurisdictions it. Was unclear whether trial would, take place Joseph James DeAngelis will. Be formally arraigned on Thursday in addition. To the murders de, ngelo who is now seventy two faces. Thirteen additional counts of Kidnapping for the purpose of

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Orange County De Angelo, Joseph Di Angelo and Orange County discussed on Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Orange County De Angelo, Joseph Di Angelo and Orange County discussed on Tom Sullivan

"There is now a decision on where the. Alleged Golden State killer will be tried in a new consolidated criminal, complaint Joseph Di Angelo, is accused of thirteen murders and numerous counts of. Kidnapping to commit robbery over an eleven year time period from. Nineteen seventy five to nineteen Eighty-six in multiple California counties now prosecutors in those counties have agreed DeAngelis will be tried in one case in northern California. Orange County DA Tony kiss we've determined that the Trump should. Take place in Sacramento four of. The thirteen murders happened in Orange County de Angelo is now seventy,

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Golden State Killer charged with four more murders

News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Golden State Killer charged with four more murders

"Wife and several children had large amounts of a drug in their systems that can cause drowsiness four murders are being blamed on the former police officer suspected of being the golden state killer joseph de ngelo is charged today with four mortars in santa barbara county but he faces charges and several other california counties as well the seventy two year old has now been charged with twelve murders those murders took place in sacramento ventura orange and santa barbara counties deangelis also accused of more than fifty rapes across california in the nineteen seventies and eighties president trump will meet with north korea's president kim jong hoon in singapore on june twelfth singapore was chosen because it is a politically neutral location tonight president trump spent the evening at a rally in indiana respo about those three north korean hostages who are now safely back in the united states and i think that kim john kim jar did a great service to himself to his country by doing this but those hostages came out with respect we didn't pay for them the focus of this upcoming summit will be nuclear weapons not human rights we've been watching this home in lyman for months and this week it slid into the skagit river the home had been teetering since flooding road at the bank last thanksgiving forcing several evacuations the mayor says homeowners will be bought out using federal state and county money but that means no one else will be able to build on the land either and that will be a million dollar hit to the small town steve now and showers throughout the day but not a whole lot of them i feel like in our future bye by showers yeah we've got a break coming our way folks so we'll talk about it and get you set for the end of your weekend the weekend it's actually looking pretty good so right now if you look at this and the greater north west you can see still some showers out there but they're beginning to move over into the rockies and once that happens we get a major change around here.

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Human feces found on high school track

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Human feces found on high school track

"He didn't know at the time at the man he fired would be arrested decades later for brutal crimes he's accused of committing while on the force and now we're victims and powered by the angelo's arrest are bravely telling their stories the serial rapists is in your room and then the whole time he'd been threatening me do you wanna die he wants fear and i knew that so i just told him i don't care former chief will also tells me that years ago deangelis mature of his home explaining that he and his wife slept in separate bedrooms will like now wondering whether that living arrangement may have enabled the angelo to sneak out of his own house in the middle of the night johnson reporting four point four magnitude earthquake raising fears of a volcanic eruption on hawaii's big island hawaii news now reports the quake struck at ten thirty this morning was centered under the south flank of killilea the hawaiian volcano observatory report some rockfalls and a possible collapse of a crater but no other big changes at the volcano here's a stinky story police say the serial pooper who targeted a new jersey high school was a school superintendent after students and faculty at holmdale high school kept finding human feces on or near the football field before the school day began the school administrators turned to cops investigators found that forty two year old thomas track trim mcclenny the school district superintendent was the suspect he was caught doing it on the football field monday taken into custody police spokesman says he faces charges of public urination or defecation discarding dumping of litter and lewdness in a statement the board of education said he has been granted a paid leave of absence you're my hero because i read that because you able to get through that story and i just know as serious as it is i'm not sure i would have made it komo news time.

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Bill Cosby's talk of quaaludes led to conviction, juror says

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02:09 min | 4 years ago

Bill Cosby's talk of quaaludes led to conviction, juror says

"To ban any firearms from being carried into places visited by those they protect regardless of any state laws guns were also banned during president trump's appearance at the nra's national meeting in atlanta last year wbz news time to twenty a juror on the panel that convicted bill cosby of sexual assault is speaking out and the gay peas rita foley has his impressions from the trial juror harrison snyder says bill cosby's own words from years ago convicted him sworn testimony he gave in an earlier civil case brought by accuser andrea constand was causing me admitted to giving these quail woods sued women young women in order to have sex with them juror snyder says he has no doubt the jury made the right decision and if you were there you would say the same thing you would say that he's guilty snyder who is twenty two says he didn't know much about bill cosby before the trial i'm a little too young for that he said of the eighty year old tv star once known as america's dad snyder was on abc's good morning america i'm rita foley now in california joseph di angelo the man police believe is the golden state killer he's now in solitary confinement as we hear from abc's johnson told by law enforcement sources that he is in a jail cell alone on suicide watch after having a psychiatric evaluation no visitors have come to see him we're also told that his behavior is pretty much the same as what we saw in the courtroom when he was wheeled in sitting in a wheelchair appearing dazed and had delayed responses to the judges question now police believe deangelis responsible for over a dozen murders in that state close to fifty rapes and hundreds of breakins ins cracks court foulup an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country in the system failed thank you for coming you're speaking on nightside with dan rae who is headache horrific i was getting victimize people nightside should be ashamed of stan ray next day wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to twentythree it's time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.

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