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"department labor" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

08:04 min | 2 months ago

"department labor" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Starting today with the rain across the area this morning and more of it on the way we do have a tropical storm watching flash flood watch both in effect until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning right now, If you start with that shower activity for its 66 high today, expected right around 71. So are you contributing To the military build up of China. Well, apparently, millions of American investors are unknowingly paying for China's military buildup. And we find out more about that. I bring on the president of Americans for limited government. Rick Manning joining us this morning, Rick, Thanks for being with us this morning, So let's dive into this. What exactly are we talking about? Well, it's actually pretty simple Bill. People owned, for instance, a balanced mutual fund and either their personal accounts or in their retirement accounts, or they have a pension. Here's what's what is 99% likely to be true. In that you have something called an emerging market fund. That emerging market fund has 50% of its money in China. Um and so you are, in fact investing in Chinese investments. Every single changes. You know China's communist country just to remind everybody, which means they really don't have a private sector they pretend to for for stock market purposes. But when a company begins to be successful, the become this party because people on the board of directors of that company to make certain that that company's doing the bidding of the government of China Of the Communist regime of China and not of the shareholders. So you effectively have. What's of your money invested in China. You probably don't even know it. If you're getting a pension your pension fund is more than likely Invest in China in Georgia, Georgia state government is more than likely invest in China because All these investment advisors tell Tell the treasure state treasure has been like that. They need to be diversified and being diversified means you need to be. An emerging markets may be in China, which second largest economy in the world, So yes, the bottom line is you're unlikely and I am more unlikely invested in China. And it's a and we're invest in Chinese Chinese companies that are doing really, really bad things. Added from slave labour to child labor and others. Yeah, and that was what I wanted to talk a little bit about because they don't do business The way we do business, You know, we have a lot of folks over here who complain about their employers or they're working editions of the wages, but You know, I'm not just saying that sometimes they don't have something to say. But, ah, you take a look at what's going on in China in the way A lot of those people are treated. That's horrendous. That is horrendous around the keys is why the reason? One of reasons a lot of the corporations went to China because of Chief labor. The department of Labor Yeah. Secretary of Scalia yesterday came out with Of recognition of International Liberty Village celebrities Day where they noted that China has more companies and industries that have been cited by the department Labor as using child slave labor. In any other country. In the world of the number he put out there was 17 different industries use childhood slave labour on DH. So what we're talking about Is when we're invested in China. We're effectively slaveholders because we're profiting off of slave labor were profiting off child labor, and I don't know anybody in America in 2020. Who wants to be a slave holder in China. That's a or anywhere else for that matter. It is a esos reprehensible, but it's even worse than that bill. Because what was also happening in China are we have people being put into concentration camps. Simply because of the religion or because they politically disagree with the with the Communist government. We're having people being travel restrictions being not ableto even move around having amount of food that they can get. Being restricted by the Chinese government because they're using something called social credit mark monitoring, actually using technology developed by companies that were investing in To actually determined every aspect of people's lives and portion out what they're able to get. In terms of being able to travel where they're able to house take a livin with all the things we take for granted that we're able to do based on markets this dictated by the government's so if you're a good, good little person you get there, and the government likes you. You get to have a nice house. You could have a nice food if you no matter your skills. If the number doesn't like you, you get you get nothing so concentration camps. And I haven't gotten to the worst part of this. They engaged in something enforced organ harvesting where you can schedule a rich person could schedule an organ transplant in China now, like we have to do where, you know you get kidneys rushed to you, because when somebody dies you on a waiting list. Got a waiting list in China. They even schedule you know, I want to go in there on, you know, on Tuesday to get a get a kidney, and they'll have people in concentration camps. Who's literally use as organ donors. And they empty their bodies out of organs, keeping them alive. And sell the organs because in China, you have no individual liberties. So your body isn't your own. Your body is not sure. Oh, they actually will kill people taking the organs one by one out of them to sell to people who want them from around the world and Rick Manning our guests reprehensible. It's not believable. Rick Manning, our guest president of Americans for limited government, real quick, Rick, Before we the Khan gets us. So that's the situation as it is. What is it that we as individuals can do? And what is that? We as a government need to be thinking about? Well as individuals. There is one thing that's really easy to dio websites. The best China now dot org's best divest China now dot org's And sent a letter to the Department of Labor from there, take action page and what they liked. Leonard does ask the Department of Labor to end US retirement funds. Private retirement funds being able invest in China because Chinese investments are not only immoral, but they're unsafe and it's perfectly within the law for the Department of Labor. To do that, In fact, they're helping compelled to do that. People need to like Department of labor know that And you know, to show how important this is the center law for actually similar the Department of Labor just a couple days ago, urging them to divest from Chinese investments because of the abhorrent conditions there and how they're using our money to build a military to kill our soldiers and take away our freedom as well as the freedoms of their own people. So Senator lovers weighed in heavy with us, which is AH, big deal. And now I'm asking the people among people in Georgia away. And because this is your voice does matter, and the Department of Labor will listen. Divest China now dot org's That's the website Teo be able to take action and get a grassroots movements going because that's what works best in this country is when we get the grassroots moving. And we get involved and invested. And then at that point, we will be able to get by with limited government and Rick Thanks for being with us President Americans for Limited government wish you the best good health and thanks for being with us, we'll be checking back with you to see how things were going. Appreciate Bill Take care. Sure thing with 6 52 at North George's News talk moving into a brand new, soggy day, D'oh. And checking out the latest headlines. BJ saw on duty, Mack says Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom Thank you. Bill.

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"department labor" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"department labor" Discussed on WWL

"Do you want to make investment decisions based on a company's Conduct regarding the environment society or the way it handles governance, meaning the operations of its businesses it unethical company. Well, there's a movement increasingly for investing in an SG way. Well, you have to be very careful about this. In fact, the secretary of the Department of Labor Eugene Scalia, recently wrote an op ed in The Wall Street Journal saying, If you're running a 41 K plan Forget it. Forget about using SG To manage the money. If you're running a pension fund, forget about it. Forget about using MSG in your management of assets. Why did the Department of Labor feel it necessary to write this op Ed? Because flows into SD funds have increased nearly fourfold in the last few years. There are now over 500 mutual funds that claimed Haven't SG Focus 3100 institutional investors, in fact, have signed the U. N principles for responsible investing. What's the problem? Really simple. Mitty analyze six rating providers and found wildly different results. Facebook got a top score from one and a below average score from another. So you tell me his Facebook socially responsible or isn't it? You see under the law. If you're running a pension plan, you've got to focus on your plan Participants, best interests and the department Labor, said quote This means making investment decisions based solely on whether they enhance retirement savings. But he s G factors are often touted to address social welfare not to maximize returns. One prominent firms says it's funds may earn below market returns because the firm's goal is to promote environmental and social progress. And the department. Labor says quote that tradeoff may appeal to some investors, but it's not appropriate for a fiduciary managing other people's retirement funds. So you've got to really be careful about this. In fact, Vanguard just launched its first GSD Fonda corporate bond. There are now 300 SD funds out there with $320 billion in them. Vanguard says it uses positive screening to exclude firms that don't need its standards. They exclude companies that are making money from adult entertainment, alcohol, gambling, tobacco, nuclear weapons, civilian firearms, nuclear power, GMO coal, oil and gas. All those things appeal to you. Well, I gotta Just raise this question for you. One company, in particular, just issued a report showing how they're working on income inequality, Sustainability community support how they're providing diverse and inclusive working environments, how they engage in fair working conditions, how they're focused on health safety and well being at work the socio economic wellbeing of farming communities. How they're using careful approaches for hiring, retaining and developing employees for climate protection. Forest conservation littering prevention. ICO design in their products, waste reduction, water stewardship. All this sounds great, doesn't it doesn't seem like the kind of a company that you would love to invest in because there s G attitude and structure is so good. Well, guess who just issued this 192 page report about their own behavior. Philip Morris Way wrong And Yeah, the company that sells cigarettes, marble Parliament, Virginia Slims and chewing tobacco now selling tobacco sticks. Manufacturing a product that kills eight million people a year worldwide. They are now saying.

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Chicago - Over 24,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois For Week Of July 27, Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

WBBM Evening News

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago - Over 24,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois For Week Of July 27, Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

"U. S Department of Labor estimates. About 25,000 new unemployment claims were filed during the week of July 27th in Illinois Department. Labor estimates 32,500 new unemployment claims were filed during the week of July

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"department labor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"department labor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Hire somebody can hire my friend here and say come being the White Plains examiner other training and knowledge you need for that is extensive I've been commissioner for two plus years now and I couldn't even come close to trying to be a clean examiner for the the ins and outs of federal law you need to know as we're trying to do that I'm trying to we are doing I strongly to some other states were ahead of us like Washington state where this first they have a great program that there I think just was to do now I do have short trainings of all the department labor staff at least I'll be able to answer generic basic questions first and then filter them out down the ones that still need specific guides are specifically aimed them for them down to the folks were trained are you why examiners robbed of those faqs do you happen to know of the covert nineteen done a J. I do not know but there's definitely gone they're torn apart okay I was allowed to do is make sure that working with robbers team we get them posted up there and secondly again we need the federal help in a big way right so what you've heard us say that individuals needed small businesses needed New Jersey needs that hospitals needed transit systems needed etcetera this is a little bit of a common theme it is told that the guidance and the actual operating instructions on how these programs are dispensed are a little bit slower to come to pass here than we would otherwise like and I think that hurts most importantly individuals small businesses it works its way through all the industries that are impacted healthcare obviously transit two big ones but also impacts the guidance that you asked about block grants as well earlier Judy long term care yeah.

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"department labor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"department labor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hugh Hewitt, college campuses have gone from fashions of free speech to enclaves of group thing. We're all too often we see the complete silencing of opposing youth, and by opposing views may mean anything conservative. I brought this up with the United States attorney general for the civil rights division at the department of Justice, Eric Dr Ben when he joined me on the Hugh Hewitt Show. In March, the president signed an executive order, saying free speech matters in higher education, and that we're going to get involved in this. You're right, Hugh. The president did issue an executive order just last month in that order. He's encouraging institutions to foster environments that promote as he says in his order open intellectually engaging in diverse debate, and including compliance with the first moment, and I think more importantly, though, the president's executive orders directing the executive branch of the government to ensure. Compliance with the first amendment, including it's free speech protections. And and and he's directed particular agencies including cabinet departments to seek ensure protection. So including the education department Labor Department several others here at the Justice department. Of course, we we we seek to enforce and protect civil rights of all Americans and those include free speech rights. And so we have done is we have intervened and several lawsuits that deal with such practices as speech codes prior restraints on speech, viewpoint discrimination, free speech, limited miniscule, areas of campuses, hecklers, vetoes limitations on permissible speakers things like that. Well, we have explained to the courts that the first amendment protects speech, and that as applied that there have been violations that we've seen in many many cases, unfortunately now AG drive. We got Charles. Murray being shouted down and heckled off of a campus. He's an older gentleman Euler night. And then you got Ben Shapiro who I think is eighteen band. You know, what friend of mine's not who about that? It doesn't matter age. It doesn't it doesn't matter. What they're talking about. It's just that they are identified as conservative. So what penalties befall a university that indulges a heckler's veto various kinds number one. I think you know, the courts ruled uniformly in our favor things cases that various times universities have in other cases have changed their practices wants the Justice department showed up to challenge them. But this is a real problem. And it's an ongoing problem that we're saying on college and university campus throughout the country. I think there are two main sources of the problem number one students do not seem to understand the first amendment. There seems to be this view among students that that they need to be protected and speech, which they don't agree with and that they view it as acceptable to shout down speakers with whom they disagree. In fact, one recent study showed that. Majority of students believed that expropriate to do that a significant number of students believe that violence is acceptable prevent people from speaking. And in some cases, we've even sane criminal misconduct related to attempts to interfere with the right of free speech on campuses at the same time. I think the universities have become a bit of an ideological echo chamber, where faculty staff and others are overwhelmingly of one point of view. When one study, for example, staff and Saturday were roughly ninety percent identified as liberal in. Another study save fifty one top tier college university. Most is is not all the colleges and universities studied were overwhelmingly registered of those among registered registered with one political party, the Democratic Party thirty nine percent of those schools had zero faculty who are registered with Republicans. And so what we see here is talk. Combination of students who don't understand the first amendment and faculty and staff and administrations who are I think infected with and kind of groups think where everybody should think alike and don't seem to appreciate the fact that the first amendment is designed to protect all kinds of speech, and to protect us from the government rather than designed to protect students and faculty and others some ideas, they don't like.

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"department labor" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It. Here's a rewind of the Mark Simone show already in progress. Law enforcement guys off the record former intelligence guys, you know, guys that can dig really deep into some everybody's Email. Everybody's cell phone. So they're checking herself everybody got into her cellphone phone checking the National Enquirer works. They're trying to get to the bottom of this. He believes it might have been politically motivated that maybe some right wing people. Maybe even the president in revenge for the Washington Post. Maybe they've done this. Tim sounds crazy to me. There are other ways they could go after Basil's. This would not be it. So a lot of money will be spent a couple of million will be spent on this investigation. All because she's a hell of an actress, and is crying and convinced him. It wasn't me. Somebody got into my phone. We'll see what happens. Let's go to John in Brooklyn. Hey, john. You all all the Justice department. Just a comment that you made the Justice department is. From the Thursday. That'd be awful. In. One of his name session. Way. Call me. By the president. On home. Say. Once a witch admits and calling up. This investigation. I wanted stuff. And you all the terrific explaining how. Independent agent. You know, that's a good point people. Make these crazy claims. The Justice department is supposed to be totally independent. No, it's not it's a cabinet department. The attorney general's a cabinet member president is in charge of the Justice department. The president is the Justice department, the president has total control of the State Department Labor Department. The Justice department has total control there's at famous example of Nixon was at a time. They were trying to help the business climate, and they they were going after I t and t I don't have it lost it. I'll try to find it against the great clip of Nixon calling the acting attorney general dumb shut that investigation down. Now ordering shut it down. But they could do that at any time with any of this. This Ray the new FBI director looks like a disaster you had under Komi some really dirty cops in there. Just most of the FBI great hard-working heroic men and women, but Komi surround. Himself with some really sleazy bad cops. You know, you had struck page McCabe. I mean, these are all people have been caught line fired in disgrace. Komo's little Kabali at around. And a Ray, obviously, not as bad as these guys. But he doesn't look great. As mentioned before the Senate Judiciary committee is now going to investigate the FBI for that. Roger stone raid that was a ridiculous over the top theatrical stupid this Normandy, invasion on the lawn of of Roger stone's, just a waste of taxpayer money. Let's go to Don in Huntington station. Hey, don. Mark. How are you? Good. Just a just a statement with with with the Intel agencies blasting Trump, the Intel wasn't it wasn't it Robert Muller that gave the Intel to President Bush that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And. No, no. You wouldn't you a little leery about trusting your Intel? No is it mentioned before this is perfectly normal every president questions intelligence as is all the time. They don't always do it publicly. But there have been many presidents from Obama to Bush to whoever when they come in with the briefing, and they give them the stuff. He goes, you're wrong. This is wrong. Go do it again. That happens a lot. It's not unusual. Not a new in fact into former CIA guys will tell you president said, you don't know what you're talking about. You're wrong. Go redo this comeback with another briefing, the perfectly normal happens. All the time. Let's go to Mary. Also in Huntington. Hey, Mary interested in the interview that you had with the economist. Sorry, I don't remember his neighbor. Thank you when he was talking about manufacturing jobs that need to be filled in Ohio. I'm just wondering why the wonderful governor who seems to care for people so much. Why doesn't he help the manufacturing companies trained some of the people? On welfare. So that they can get off the dole and begin to earn some money if they're on. Well, he can't shared brownies democrat. He's busy raising money. He's going to run for president. He's going to run for vice president, he's fundraising. They don't have time for actual work or anything. It's like, our mayor our governor the busy campaigning. They're going to run for this that they're meeting with donors. They're traveling around making speeches at the time to sit.

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"department labor" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Bazo. The girlfriend Sanchez. Apparently, there was some steamy tax you remember we read you those were real silly. It's real nerdy guy. Trying to write these sexy. Text the very awkward. They were revealed the inquirer printed them, the inquirer said she showed them to friends. That's how they got them a basis doesn't believe it because I'm sure she said to him, and she's quite the social climber. She's like the Edmund Hillary of social climbing. You remember she had that big football player, then she moved up to this big movie mogul now she's moved up to him. So she's quite the social climber. So she probably did if I had a guess she probably showed him to our friends. She was bragging about snagging basis richest man on earth. But you know, she's probably crying and crying with him. I in do it. I couldn't how did this to me somebody. So he is funding an investigation he has investigators on this guy like that the richest man on earth. This means real investigators and not just private is. But I mean like law enforcement guys off the record former intelligence guys. You know, guys that can dig really deep into some everybody's Email. Everybody's cell phone. So they're checking herself everybody ever got into her cellphone. They're checking the National Enquirer works. They're trying to get to the bottom of this. He believes it might have been politically motivated that maybe some right wing people. Maybe even the president in revenge for the Washington Post. Maybe they've done this. Tim sounds crazy to me. There are other ways they could go after basis this would not be it. So a lot of money will be spent a couple of million will be spent on this investigation. All because she's a hell of an actress, and is crying and convinced him. It wasn't me. Somebody got into my phone, then we'll see what happens. Let's go to John in Brooklyn, John. You all all the Justice department. Just a comment that you made the Justice department is one flying around the pregnant from the first day that he was pregnant you need to awful. In. One of his name and sessions sessions. Call me. By the president. And that one. AM agency. Say one thing you played a alleged Nixon calling up. This investigation. I wanted stuff. All the terrific wall explaining how the department. Independent. A good point people. Make these crazy claims Justice department is supposed to be independent. No, it's not it's a cabinet department. The attorney general's a cabinet member president is in charge of the Justice department. The president is the Justice department, the president has total control of the State Department Labor Department. The Justice department has total control that famous example of Nixon was at a time. They were trying to help the business climate. They were going after I t and t I don't have lost it off to find it against a great clip of Nixon calling the acting attorney general thumb shut that investigation down. Now ordering him to shut it down. But they could do that at any time with any of this. This is Ray the new FBI director looks like a disaster you had under Komi some really dirty cops in there. Just most of the FBI great hard-working heroic men and women, but Komi surrounded himself with some really sleazy bad cops, you know, you had struck page McCabe. I mean, these are all people have been caught lying fired in disgrace. This is komo's little cabal. He had around him. And Ray, obviously, not as bad as these guys. But he doesn't look great. As mentioned before the Senate Judiciary committee is now going to investigate the FBI for that. Roger stone raid that was ridiculous over the top theatrical stupid this Normandy, invasion on the lawn of of Roger stone's, just a waste of taxpayer money. Let's go to Don in Huntington station. Hey, don. Mark. How are you? Good. Just a just a cross statement with with with the Intel agencies blasting Trump out the Intel wasn't it wasn't it. Robert Muller that gave the Intel to President Bush that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And not only. No. What wouldn't you be a little leery about trusting your Intel? No as I mentioned before this is perfectly normal every president questions intelligence agencies all the time. They don't always do it publicly. But there have been many presidents from Obama to Bush to whoever when they come in with the briefing and stuff he goes, you're on this is wrong. Go do it again. That happens a lot. It's not unusual. Not anew. In fact, in former CIA guys will tell you president said, you don't know what you're talking about. You're wrong. Go redo this comeback with another briefing, the perfectly normal happens. All the time. Let's go to Mary. Also in Huntington. Hey, mary. Good morning, Mark. Yes. Earn interested in the interview that you had with the economist. Sorry, I don't remember his name more. Thank you. When he was talking about manufacturing jobs that need to be filled in Ohio. I'm just wondering why the wonderful governor who seems to care for people so much. Why doesn't he helped the manufacturing companies trained some of the people on welfare? So that they can get off a dole and begin to earn some money if their own well, he can't because it's shared brownies democrat. He's busy raising money. He's going to run for president. He's going to run for vice president, he's fundraising. They don't have time for actual work or anything. It's like, our mayor our governor the busy campaigning. They're going to run for this that they're meeting with donors. They're traveling around making speeches at the time to sit around and office and actually do things when we come back. Remember so early in the week, they put up these fake polls trying to make look like the president was doing badly in a moment. We'll talk to the greatest pollster in the world. I mean, these doesn't do these public policy. Does the real serious wants the private ones? The candidates really use John McLaughlin. We'll get him next on seven ten w let's get all the latest news. Here's Mike Bauer. Thank you. Mark bone chilling temp. Pictures have people bundled up this morning. It's the coldest day of the year and officials are telling people to stay inside. If you can if you do have to go outside make sure you wear several layers limit your exposure to the cold, HUD, secretary Ben Carson is in the city today for historic announcement about public housing. It's looking like there won't be a federal takeover of nights yet. But rather the installation of an independent monitor. The city has been ordered by a court to make needed upgrades. Ben, President Trump is going after Democrats on Twitter this morning. He says they're becoming the party of late term abortion, high taxes open borders and crime, President Trump says Democrats are not going to give money to build the desperately needed wall. You're next update is at twelve o'clock and breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six until ten tomorrow morning. I'm Mike Bauer on seven ten w o r big warmup coming. We'll be back into the forties. As we make our way into Sunday and into the fifties early next week.

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"department labor" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Make sense. What did she do? She does she work for she worked for labor Labor Department labor Labor Department. Oh, everyone, you know, get job placement except for your father semi father because he told her right away. When she got the job, you can't headed me. Fuck you why she didn't? You really work for the department of labor. I can help you a lot of times. You know, you how you get Baird with somebody. When you go to a doctor whoever's in the lobby you get people get married in Cuba idea like each other too much. So they just got hired because of the government. Yeah. They said you have to have a baby you have to, you know, work for the government know what you wouldn't be here. If not for that. That's sure through. Yeah. Hey, I know, hey, my con- the fruit of their loins now has one hundred twenty three million dollar contract with the Mets, and is the father the father of Mr Mann, also the food of your father's loins are all over the floor in which he shit himself out true engla- but badly those things didn't happen. You NPS strong as you are today. If you pollute like that the spray that they spray on like bodies to see acts body sprint in. No, not ask body sprint at what are you talking about spreading at a crisis looming amount? That makes you know print show. No. But it's it's like bodily fluids. Black light. Yeah. Towards the end of my father's light. He's body was like a lotta is coming. It was so purple and in and so if you put all in this house, just everything's just everywhere you just like Star Wars. Our little part where the where the crawl big six big fight with light sabers and blooded spray Luminol to see. Yeah. That's fun. That must be fun for a little kid. Yeah. It was fun who's very much fun. But but now he did happy I met you. I am really happy to me. You got to be part of America. I know you have to go. But I'm so happy that I met you we need to take a break. But do they sing in Cuba? When you play like for us. You take me out for seventh-inning a song and Cuban guessing for the break. Ito bunuel. I want to go get eat goal Migo blow. John, wait. Wait, you want to come in and give you a blow job? Yes. Blow stretches. We. You go to the blow job we need to take a break when we come back. Unfortunately, Johnny you have to go you you're saying do too. But we have a different guest coming up. I believe serious. I'm very radical. Other guess what? A packed showy of. We'll be an hopefully ratio will come back at a certain point. We'll be right back with more comedy. New year. That's right. It's twenty nineteen a brand new year fresh start. How about you make listening to home affiliate one of your New Year's resolutions home affiliate? What is it? Okay..

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"department labor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Are you kidding me how many times have trump been called a fascist and nazi and a dictator and tyrant and king you don't think that's extremist rhetoric you don't make a christmas for people on your side to make the argument that the police are racially profiling black people on an institutional systemic structural basis you've got no evidence of it you don't think extreme you'll make extreme for eric holder with a suit and tie and courtly demeanor say that the push for voter id is quote pernicious racist you'll nick extremism for air holder to say that the fact that black kids disappointedly kicked out of school is pernicious racism when it has nothing to do with racism everything to do with their behavior you don't think it's extremist for eric holder falsely assert that black criminal defendants get longer sentences than white criminal defense do for racial reasons is this thing on you don't think it's extremist for your side to say as you do every single year that women make less money on the dollar for doing the identical work that men do it's a lie even the justice department labor department says it's not true is this thing what there's no extremism on your side are you kidding me you think it's extremist for hillary.

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"department labor" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on WGTK

"Bill maher ridiculed palin signed with down syndrome and called him quote unquote retarded there's no extremism on your side are you kidding me how many times has trump been called a fascist and nazi and a dictator and tyrant and a king you don't think that's extremist rhetoric you make cream is for people on your side to make the argument that the police are racially profiling black people institutional systemic structural basis you got no evidence of it you don't think there's extreme extreme for eric holder with a suit and tie and courtly demeanor say that the push for voter id is pernicious racism extremism for holder to say that the fact that black kids are disproportionately kicked out of school is pernicious racism when it has nothing to do with racism everything to do with their behavior you don't think it's extremist for eric holder to falsely assert that black criminal defendants get longer sentences than white criminal defendants do for racial reasons is this thing on you don't think it's extremist for your side to say as you do every single year that women make less money on the dollar for doing the identical work that men do if ally even the justice department labor department says it's not true there's no extremism on your side are you kidding me you know it's extremist for hillary.

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"department labor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Has got you want has recently been found not paying the people responsible because with uranium they have to stay with the containers or with the load and they reduce their pay from our late joe one hundred dollars a day when they're stuck staying with the container our department of labor as said they have to pay them twenty four hours dollars an hour plus overtime while they're on duty with these containers and there's a province of manitoba has set all offshore drivers have to get twenty four dollars an hour canadian which is nineteen us plus anything after forty hours of time when a half and some of the large us carriers that have branches in canada have been found by our prouder department labor to be paying less knows rates and with the logs coming in they are really getting some huge penalties because they're giving a penalty to twice but they shortchanged the drivers and finds to the government and payment to the drivers and this has happened to a number of us carriers and putting one that starts with c that i don't wanna say the rest of their name on the radio but we are really clamping down on the treatment of drivers up there and i don't understand why in the us us don't enforce these overseas drivers and drivers to be paid out of prevailing wage like what we're doing back in a moment on atm patrick gamble is a trucking legend he goes by cb handle swan fox and.

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Commissioner, Burg and Jeff Jensen discussed on

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Commissioner, Burg and Jeff Jensen discussed on

"Six of these crossings and safety improvements to all thirteen harlem river bridges dot commissioner poly trodden burg says the redesigned should limit the impact of taking space away from vehicular traffic some of these bridges you have a lot of actually excess space in the approaches and then the bridges get tighter so share the roads erica desi pedals back and forth here every day and can't count the number of times he's at a near miss a mission this guy's very careful they're gonna hit you still i've talked to motorists who chief at the notion of fewer lanes for already congested traffic al jones ten ten wins at the medicine avenue bridge wells fargo now has to shell out about four hundred eighty million bucks to put to rest claims that it misled shareholders about the scandal involving fake accounts it's all part of a class action securities fraud lawsuits by investors who had a leads the bank had made a missions and misstatements into its disclosure methods wells fargo sales tactics are still under justice department labor department and c scrutiny wins news time four fifty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's jeff jensen and they're doing some roads we've just got out there on the grand central parkway both ways between the bq e and the jackie so between the b q e and the guards interchange.

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Burg, Justice Department and Securities Fraud discussed on

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Burg, Justice Department and Securities Fraud discussed on

"Save coupon yesterday in dallas we will never give up offering american born worry we will live and we will die correspondent clayton neville nra members at the convention say they're confident in their right to bear arms with donald trump as president this longtime in ra member says no one will take away his guns charlton heston said alamar toll de hands many people at the convention say the country is a safer place with lawabiding citizens being armed clayton neville dallas wins news time one forty nine doctor assigned to vice president pence has resigned as correspondent andy field reports that may be related to a confrontation between pence's doctor and president trump's now former physician the vice president's physician dr jennifer resigning from the white house medical unit but no one in mike pence's office will say why last fall dr penny reportedly expressed concerns about mr trump's physician ronnie jackson and how he handled the case involving vice president pence his wife karen the pens team saying the medical unit would respond to questions but so far no comment on the resignation wins news time one fifty dot officials have been working on plans they say to increase pedestrian and cyclist access over the harlem river the city's ninety million dollar plan calls for installing dedicated bike lanes on six of these crossings and safety improvements to all thirteen harlem river bridges dot commissioner polly trodden burg says the redesigned it should limit the impact of taking space away from vehicular traffic have a lot of actually access space in the approaches and then the bridges get tighter so share the roads erica desi pedals back and forth here every day and can't count the number of times he's at a near miss careful this guy's very careful they're gonna hit you still i've talked to motorists who chief at the notion of fewer lanes for all ready congested traffic al jones ten ten wins at the madison avenue bridge wells fargo now house to shell out four hundred eighty million bucks to put to rest claims that it misled shareholders about the scandal involving fake accounts it's all part of a class action securities fraud lawsuits by investors who had alleged the bank had made omissions misstatements in its disclosure methods wells fargo sales tactics are still under justice department labor department and s e c scrutiny wins news time one fifty one from the.

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"department labor" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To get out of this lawsuit merrier scott and walmart are still fighting there's mary out has a motion to dismiss pending and walmart has a motion to dismiss that i don't believe they filed yet because now they're arguing over whether or not that motion to dismiss should be filed under seal or should it be made public records so as you can imagine a lot of attorney hours a lot of cost being put into these cases over a very minor mishap in ocober notice that's why this is so important it's going to be so important going forward to keep aware of any changes that are made on the department labor website because it's not like they send out a notice on the nightly news telling you owe by the way we changed model election notice you've got to go and you've got a check and you've got to stay on top of this stuff because of the changes and you don't change you might find yourself in the exact the decision as mary ought to address without the same checkbook writes maybe you know it and the other thing was the date that atop was interesting on here was they talked about in the walmart situation that they didn't explained that spouses male like continuing coverage and i get that all the time people that will call up us from big companies will we we we listen to your shown we we we were told bly had the take the coverage could my my wife and kids can have the coverage no as our notice thank you very well know that's my point and i'm like you're you're companies really telling you that yes you're sure that yes while the wrong your human resource directors telling you that and he or she is wrong one hundred percent wrong but here it is writing of rail mark situation with the lawsuit they're involved in and it's exactly the same thing and i'm like really at walmart didn't get this.

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"department labor" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Okay we're back talk radio seven ninety kabc 447 leo terrell fairminded civil rights attorney in for john gillian who i beg to give people call me to find out who is the bad guy for those who are just two year and construction manager goes to a corner hires than illegal aliens told him that he would pay them one hundred fifty dollars a day to replace replaced atoll in the bathroom the hit the work the after the money he said no call them a racial named the w were arrived with rain back ambani told him he's going to uh to have them the poured it the department labor folly a lawsuit on their behalf who's the bad guy let's go to francisco francisco love me talk radio seven ninety kabc who's the bad guy okay the warriors because even though the guys here legally you sell out there trying to make a living for himself and for the guy to do that is this terrible is wrong are you surprised by this is this ball i'm not surprised by it i i'm sure it happens all the time and because they're here illegally the too afraid to go to the authorities about it did i leave it off on salt telling pico and west loss i could see this for 25 years i'm this concern pm cold air home depot construction quaker i figured all the time they're out there and just trying to make a decent living low the tender illegally know they still want to own still wanna work yeah i therefore so i want to exploit you know person like this is long thank you very much for.

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"department labor" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Dive down take away from all of his financial setback was just one of bangar yes he does allegedly allegedly all you take away from all this financial setbacks was to changes business strategy from borrowing to build than buying assets to just licensing his name friday around this time i approached by mark burnett about doing a new reality show called the apprentice the shows competition between contestants to find the ultimate head uh uh talent ahead one of his companies this once again elevated donald in the eyes of americans along with his catchphrase you're fired his name became more popular and therefore his ability to license his name became more lucrative right so yes so at this point i mean it's essentially he's a merchandiser basically around this time the department labor cited to trump businesses twenty four times for failing to pay overtime or minimum wage the two thousand five natasha stoyanov said she was at mar lago to interview donald well i think we've heard this story before dave how does the gulf for trump magazine donald shudder round quote we walked into that room alone and trump shut the door behind us i turn around and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall enforcing is tongue down my throat i was stunned and i was grateful when trump's longtime butler bre that's what has that although burst into the room a minute later as i tried to unpaid myself donald told her quote you know you're going to have an affair you know we're going to have an affair don't you they did not within days of the incident story anoff had told at least five business associates and friends okay.

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"department labor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"For students you can safely get students on and off buses without bus monitors that's what's called an unfunded mandate that's something that cities and towns have to pay money for the state says you have to do it but the state in supply the money let's figure out how we can remove some of these unfunded mandates from cities and towns so that they can save money so that we can reduce the car tax and not have to substitute those dollars from someplace else this is a couple other issues that business owners struggle with here in rhode island that i'm going to spend the last couple of minutes talking about a very quickly and one of them is the department of labor and training itself and if you've ever been laid off if you collected unemployment sure as a as a worker if you own a business you necessarily have to interact with the department labor and training anna on a periodic basis i know few people whose interactions with the department of labor and training would be considered positive it's a tough tough tough agency in which to work mi trafficsignal business uh i was trying to bring somebody on on a parttime basis who was collecting unemployment insurance so i was trying to do this person a favour by putting some bucks and they're pocket this person had skills that i could use in that business at the time so i was looking to bring a man for fifteen twenty hours a week and the unbelievable paperwork burden that i had as the employer who wanted to put somebody to work who was collecting unemployment insurance was so oh onerous so cumbersome that after just a few weeks i determined that it just wasn't going to work it wasn't worth the time and energy i had to put in to dealing with the department of labor and training to do that and you know now i'll does bring in temps who attacked asia see and let them handle all that crazy paperwork and.

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"department labor" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on WLOB

"Jim really he is the employment attorney she infinity in great cinema hampshire and covering the northeast jim we're talking about 10 most essential h r policies and why there porn we've talked about the first to number three you say is wage hour and recordkeeping policy emilia when you say that i started getting shakes yeah i think that it's a good one too because the two organisations on a federal and state level of uh on uh unpaid wages is pretty significant the us department of labour has were more active in recent years with its audits and uh and likewise in most of their department of labor had been a up they are looking at everything from overtime pay to work breaks new brake failure to keep accurate records of uh of hours worked uh schick differential holiday pay and so on in the um the civil penalties are staggering wage adjustments are significant and um and oftentimes employers are well you know that's the way it's always been and they look for the records and there's nothing there the opening the complicated is the us department labor in recent years came up with their own app and of course everybody's got a smartphone and on the app you can track your hours and what if you had your own hr a tracking system for hours in the person didn't follow along our they extra hours any um uh if foreign after normal schedule time and they said they were working in the truck tracked the us department labor app the department labor adopt that as yet at a good record so you can have anything you can write on an envelope you can write on the back a czech hours worked and after a record unless you've got something to rebut that that the person wants it working uh you could have unfunded liability and the issue is that he can go three or four years back for purposes of paying the wages so um it's important and it's a it's been a hot spot for compliance but also just a it's a um a hotbutton issue for hr so in the policy you wanna make it clear uh hours of work schedule the hours work a spell out rates over time ship differential holiday pay the things that you know it the.

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"department labor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Pregame show from the stadium with bob and they can endure there are two two five o'clock we'll be doing the linfield show the tailgate show from up in a press box because i guess armed forces have taken over the complete lower level for a big exhibitions now let's cool it'd be interesting in libya kyw news time six thirty nine i'll walk by but you won't see me now stealth not a word people usually apply to me time for the rush limbaugh morning update so mrs clinton is promoting her book in washington this week and on monday she urged federal workers to stay in their government jobs while trump is in office stick it out stick it out she said she's talking about jobs not something else because the tide has to turn democrats will be in charge again one day she she said she criticised trump trump it contempt for what federal workers know when what they've done and for ignoring their advice i don't want us to lose the decades really if you added up the thousands of years of experience in the epa in the state department labor department in all one of the places being targeted by tr trump hillary said mrs clinton americans know all too well what big government bureaucrats have gone to their lives and their businesses and their country that's one reason trump was elected drain the swamp of the thousands of years of collective inertia that you and your husband and obama kept in these government agencies is he hillary sees these deep state bureaucrats as pawns that she and other liberals getting used to thwart the will of the voters even when democrats lewis the white house that's all the more reason to thin out this heard and downsize the oversized federal swamp and then keep hillary out of it forever so she can't build it back up rush limbaugh this morning at ten six seventy two yala it is an honor and privilege to own land caring for a land has its own caused sold my good friends at mahindra are lessening.

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"department labor" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"department labor" Discussed on WCTC

"People out on the beach and your videoing it and they stop you're try you called the police work what better than okay then then you've got a problem they had then there is a big problem because of the police are going to take the side of those people and the owners so then there's not a whole lot you can do about it joe okei though in known taken aside of any people on their and i'm not come up keyamo ever for i don't understand why you need a permit to video on the beach exact don't get it and you say in india asked where i would ask of police officer and where do i get a permit to video on the beach who issues a permit while they want you to go down town and get again by hermanchuk walked the beach into video on the beach yep our combine well yeah yeah i don't even know which agents you would go because it's i don't think they can stop you from videoing on the beach at public place short of protected under the first amendment no no no yet up to i love i amendment stuff yeah i actually it probably is first amendment but as soon as people start talking about for amendment ice i want to blow my brains out for sure in norwich join hello john europe welcome to handle on the law i of basically i worked for about a year and a half month former lawyer and uh it would have been overpowered by went with department of labor uh the way our department and the investigator a well went over their coat mccormack often got all the information enderle beginning occur barry mckay and they only about to keep out bother overpay and odor and the beginning when there were overpaid then undertook to the department labor department labor with communaute will pick up my check in argue about two we almost and.

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