35 Burst results for "Five Hundred Million"
US has enough COVID-19 vaccines for boosters, kids' shots
"As the U. S. vaccination drive against covert nineteen moves into a new phase with the rollout of booster shots health officials are expressing confidence they'll be enough shots to go around a spike in demand is expected now that the centers for disease control and prevention has endorsed booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine for all Americans sixty five and older and people at higher risk because of health conditions for their jobs but the US has more than forty million doses of vaccines available in production is steady the robust supply has enabled president Biden to promise sharing an additional five hundred million five or covert nineteen shots with the world doubling the US global contribution more than seventy million Americans remain unvaccinated despite the average number of deaths per day spanking to more than nineteen hundred in recent weeks I'm Ben Thomas
Pastor Greg Locke's Popularity Has Exploded Because He Speaks Bold Truths
"Pastor greg tell us first of all what. What is the website for your church. Quick before i forget it. Globovision bc bible church dot com global vision. Bbc dot com. How long have you been pastoring. where did you grow up. I grew up here in hometown. A profit not without honor but in his own country led jesus said but it was a tiny little five thousand person town and then it's just exploded. We're kind of like the last bedroom community here in nashville came back home in two thousand and six so fifteen years ago. I started the church from from scratch. And now we're in a three thousand seat tenant and people just keep showing up because somebody saying something. And god's given us a voice to the nation so thank god for it well. This is what. I have noticed that. Those pastors who've been particularly heroic and bold their churches have exploded. Because there's a there's a hunger for this out there even among nonbelievers or among people that they don't believe it. But i don't really go to church. People are really hungry for this. So i find it kind of funny that the free market sometimes does really wonderful things I mean it you know if you have a virtuous population they will choose virtuous and good things and that seems to be what's happening. We know that our friends in california jack hibs and others their churches have gone up. The numbers have gone up speaking a cornerstone chapel in virginia. In a few days they've experienced a similar thing. When did you decide to kinda get bold on. This stuff was there. It was there a moment for you. Was it During the last few years when did you decide to be outspoken. And become a target of people who just don't like bold people the damn kind of broke for me in two thousand fifteen when the supreme court made their ridiculous decision for same sex marriage and so i did a video called. I'm coming out of the closet and that was it. I mean we went from five thousand followers fifty thousand followers to the blue checkmark and pretty soon two hundred and fifty five hundred million and then of i started fighting target over the transgender bathroom nonsense and planned parenthood just back and forth with them and so it just seemed like controversy began to build the ministry and jumped on the trump train literally because i did a couple of bus tours for mike lyndale and some others and so it just seems like every time i would just i would say something people would resonate and they would say you are saying what we are pastors would
20 Years After 9/11 Islamic Military Groups Are Becoming Emboldened - Will They Strike?
"An amazing thing of course twenty years after what happened on nine eleven We are seeing a resurgence. A dramatic resurgence of islamic Military groups and as you just pointed out they've been emboldened by The weakness of the biden gang. And what. I wonder is whether they will be emboldened to the point of striking on our soil again We know that they have a long memory far longer than we do in our culture And that their plan is to destroy us and if they have to wait. Twenty years Until we lose cultural nerve and our confidence as clearly We've done By pulling out of afghanistan so precipitously and foolishly i i. I wonder if you've been thinking about that because we forgot that this was once an imminent issue or will they strike again. We've kept this nation safe for twenty years. Do you think that they're being emboldened. You think they have plans for us. Twenty awards very daunting for them. This is a thousand words over in your war and they are thinking in the long term with album. Commander said that he wants to see the entire world under sharia law. Under asama ical This is their go. There goes to create a caliphate. And we've seen that under the democrats this these efforts takeoff We saw just how much al-qaeda takover under bill clinton under the obama administration isis. the call. now we're going to see yet. Another resurgence under the administration. Because first of all they see democrats as innately week likely to compromise in cut deals with them. And secondly these state sponsors of these scoops because they do have state sponsors are very much embedded in the democratic government prime minister of pakistan just amount and said that the afghan people have shaken off their chains. And this was the regime that harbored osama bin laden yet. We're giving them between five hundred million to a billion dollars a year. This is what happens on the democrat administration and oppose clear threat to america because the more these governments at Terrorist groups see us as weak. The will likely they are to push up
Canada Legalizes Single-Game Sports Betting
"When it comes sports betting canada just past see to eighteen into law which allows what we call single game betting up but before this particular bill. Canada had sports betting but was a different kind of sports betting. Can you explain what. Canada had before this passage of the new law. Sure we it. Basically what it was because the restriction the criminal code said. You can't bet on the outcome of a single sporting events and so Gimme candid kind. Grew out of Provincial lottery corporations these government agencies that often lottery products and those companies those organizations evolved to some offering casinos and building casinos to now online offerings The lowest part of this was a sports product sports. We always refer to sports lottery in lottery. Bamyan opera words for me because They're mostly selling it a three-game parlays As a minimum bet and you know the margins really good Which means the customer really didn't like it very much and and so that park was doing you know total wages book five hundred million a year and hadn't really grown hadn't really evolved much But the can't in canada because of the growth hormone gaming we have what we often referred to as a very strong gray market because the laws in canada around internet gaming want clear and weren't clear from a couple of a lot of corporations were free to get into the business. And maybe i can be larry corporation to their plano dot com jerry robust platform It's it's They do a really good job. The very good sports. I they just don't have seen in denver and others haven't had much on sports product at all but online gaming grew and you should canada's our law talked about the provinces having jurisdiction over gaming within their jurisdictions and it's the within the jurisdiction so i go to bed three six five and we're and i place my bet. Well my placing it in stoke-on-trent uk me in my living room where i live in toronto and the laws not clear and and most lawyers legal opinions were offering no. It's actually probably not occurring in canada and which means can't enforce the laws extra-territorially so there was this version gray market to the tune of a total hanikos. Gross wager on sports alone was over. Four billion annually You know gaming and in sports together officer companies are making about a billion dollars. A year. I can and no one was doing.
Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call
"We're here we just got tesla's cute cute. Twenty-one earnings report and shareholder letter and wow the results are phenomenal. I'm extremely impressed with what has been able to accomplish in the second quarter. Uh going to quickly go through. The financial results will look at a couple of takeaways from the shareholder letter as well and then we are going to segue into the earnings call. Afterwards of there'll be a different link for that down in the show notes but we'll get this out before then so right off the bat. Let's just look at some of the numbers here. Shift over to excel and we can see how tesla's actual compared to the analyst consensus as well as the numbers that was forecasting so deliveries. No surprise there came in right as we expected them to as they usually do automotive sales. tesla significant beat here versus what i was expecting in versus what analysts were expecting a three percent above my levels two percent above the analysts consensus that was driven by Better actual average selling prices because as you can see here regulatory credits which we talked about. In the preview i've consistently been forecasting those two high this time forecast them to her forecast tula previously. This time forecast them. too high. as at five hundred million deaths reported three hundred fifty four million meaning non automotive sales excluding regulatory credits was way way higher than what i had expected meaning average selling prices. Were much better than what. I had predicted Same thing here. With energy tussle beating my expectations by twenty six percent. Animals consensus by thirty nine percents Driven by just greater They say greater recognition of mega pack sales as quarter. Scroll down here. We can see that. A tesla over about one point three gigawatt hours of energy storage. A second highest ever. I and significantly up quarter over quarter about three times. What tesla did in key one. I'm quite a bit higher than my expectation as well as analyst consensus so that drove a beat on the energy line and then the service and other line that also came in ahead of analysts expectations. About right where i was. Forecasting it at So tesla delivering a pretty big beat about a four percent beat on the top line number there with about twelve billion dollars in revenue up ninety eight percent year over year
How Bitcoin Derivatives Work With Juthica Chou
"Hi there jessica. How are you good. how are you about. It's been a while since we in new york probably two years maybe on a sales more than that but time get so messed up in this space so we could have been two years. Dog is. I feel like i've been doing this for two decades completely. January feels like three years ago. Yes just the world is year the mouth things i can't even get my head around is a bit overwhelming anyway. We are where we are. So thanks for coming on I've been doing these regular shows with willie woo and a few will be rising to me and listen. I don't understand how derivatives work or asking me questions about derivatives. I'm like i don't know. I don't know how they work. I don't use them i. I'm just a spot byron transferred to cold storage so speaking to my producers like what what are we reach out to greg. Why don't we get on. She's she's the expert she'll explain it to us so you ready for this. Come on. i've before before we get into the first thing i did want to get into with you and i think you'll know a bit about it is to do with micra strategy. I'm sure you tranquil. They do should. We were quite wherever they're doing so they've just done another five hundred million dollar bond sale and they've talked about at the market securities offering for flexibility to stop to another billion dollars asset class. What does this all mean like. I've got no idea. Wh what is a bond sale for a company is it the same as a treasury bond is a similar. How does it work. Yeah so There's a couple ways will as cook though his learn. There's a lot of different ways that you can raise capital If you are whether you're a token or a company So the traditional way is that you issue shares which are securities. I'm so people have a stake in your company that would be like base going public in their initial
G-7 nations gather to pledge 1B vaccine doses for world
"World leaders from the group of seven will pledge one billion cubic nineteen vaccines for struggling countries around the world on the first day of the G. seven summits in Cornwall the first topic on the agenda is building the wall back from carpet nineteen the US and Britain have set the stage for donations at the US commits five hundred million doses a person a hundred million president Biden says the U. S. is committed to help lead the world after this pandemic U. K. foreign secretary Dominic Raab says the aim is to get the whole world vaccinated by twenty twenty to do that we'll be making a real step forward in dealing with the pandemic globally which is important because we know no one's safe until everyone says the G. seven group which includes leaders from Canada France Germany Italy and Japan are being pressured to highlight that Boxing Day nation plans the pressure has mounted as inequities and supply around the world have become more pronounced Karen Thomas London
G7 Expected to Donate 1 Billion COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Poorer Countries
"The group of seven leaders meeting in southwest England are pledging to share one billion doses of coronavirus vaccines with the world's poorer nations at the G. seven summit British prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the seven wealthiest countries in the world will share a billion doses of vaccines with places like Africa Asia south and Central America and others trying to speed up the global pandemic recovery it follows president Joe Biden's announcement that the US would donate five hundred million doses of the Fizer vaccine over the next year we're gonna help lead the world out of this pandemic working along side our global partners Britain has pledged one hundred million doses previously Germany had promised thirty million the British prime minister says these pledges meaning that they can vaccinate the world by the end of next year and then build back better from corona virus I'm Jackie Quinn
Asia Welcomes US Vaccine Donations Amid Cold Storage Worries
"Reports that the U. S. planning to serve five hundred million more traces of the fines of vaccine with the developing world has been warmly welcomed by health experts in Asia isn't Joe Biden was expected to announce the donation in a speech ahead of the start of the group of seven summit in person a south Korean professor in preventative medicine J. Hann young said the need to ISIS could prove to be its hunting points in the global fight against climate nineteen but he was concerned about the storage issue to the vaccine the professor said the extremely cold storage temperatures required to find the shots would prevent challenges for countries with poor health systems he called for US officials on the New York based drug maker to explore the possibility of easing the requirements on Karen Thomas
US to Buy 500M Pfizer Vaccines to Share Globally
"AP sources say the US is set to buy a half billion more doses of Pfizer's coated nineteen vaccine to share globally according to people familiar with the plan president Biden tomorrow will announce the administration's going to buy five hundred million doses for sharing through the global Kovacs alliance to help donate more doses to poor countries around the world White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan would not confirm the plan while flying to Europe with the president sources say two hundred million doses would be shared this year and the rest in the first half of next year the announcement comes days after the White House unveiled plans to start sharing America's existing vaccines surplus with other nations Sager made Ghani Washington
AMC CEO Urges Shareholders to Support Plan Issuing Millions of Shares
"Letters. Amc yesterday the company sold an additional eleven point five million shares. We told you about that during the show but the price tag they ended up getting for all of at five hundred eighty seven million dollars and then last night. Mcc atom aaron sat down with trae collins. Who's the owner of the trays trae channel on youtube. He's one of the the. Amc apes collins has more than two hundred eighty thousand subscribers and many of them own amc stock among the topics they discussed. Aaron argued that millions of shares was in the best interests of. Amc's future take a look if you are a tool to go find value creating opportunities for showers. We can do that if we're not art this tool. Then you're tying our hands behind our back you'll make it just that much harder for us to land some of these attractive opportunities benefit at american making the case directly to shareholders and this is a new phenomena effectively telling shareholders. You need to give the right or the access to be able to sell more shares. That would happen in twenty twenty two. This goes back to an explanation. Explains what we talked about on the program yesterday about that and hold investor connect idea. Which is he needs these folks to give him authorisation. They're out of shares. The shares can be sold to the public as of now so they can't raise additional money that they are asking for five hundred million additional shed digital shares. The interestingly you remember two days ago. I'd said one of the reasons they were doing this. Because they were out of shares one of those shares are i thought they were out of shares and i think the market but they were shares. Was these these shares that they ended up selling that we're supposed to be used for their incentive plan for employees that had been put to the side so they've actively said you know what we're not gonna do that and he made actually a great case on youtube to the shareholders. Saying we're in it with you. We're not taking anything here. But now you gotta give us more access and trae
Google Unit DeepMind Tried and Failed To Win AI Autonomy From Parent
"Back in twenty fourteen. Google bought a company. Called deep mind specializes in making advanced a it systems to mimic the way human brains work. It's an approach known. As deep learning now for years senior managers there had tried to negotiate more independence from the parent company. And now we report that last month. Google ended those talks. Permian basin broke the story for us. And she's here to talk about it. Parmi thanks for coming on the show. My pleasure so parmi. Let's talk about these negotiations over deep mind. You've been speaking with people close to this situation. What did you learn about what the people at deep mind wanted. so what. I learned from speaking to people who were familiar with what happened. Was that deep mind. Had been proposing for some time to google that they could have some measure of independence from the company and this went back actually quite a many years back to around the time of the acquisition so google bought deep mind in twenty fourteen for about five hundred million dollars and actually the year after that. Google restructured into alphabet. It became more of an umbrella company with so called bets that it was managing and that came up as kind of opportunity for deep mind to get a new measure of independence and it was from around that time onwards that deep minds founders started telling staff at the company that there was this possibility to become more independent from one of the reasons for doing that was relevant to deep mines long-term goal which is to create something called artificial general intelligence. Now you probably heard of artificial intelligence. Artificial general intelligence is like this next level of ai. Which is much much more humanlike. Ai right now is very good at doing things. Like nizing voices or a face or typing text for you but it can't do all the different things that the human brain can do. And that's what artificial general intelligence. The theory that it will be able to do that become almost sentient is almost as kind of science science fiction style. Way of looking at a i but the people at deep mind are seriously working on trying to build this. No one's done it yet. But they are they take it very seriously and they they call it solving intelligence and the view in the company of the founders was that hey if we actually built this should be controlled by a single corporate entity
Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust
"And you study claims its continental crust. First emerged some three point. Seven billion years ago. The findings presented at the european geological. Union's general assembly showed that the planet's light continental crust formed within the first nine hundred million years of the earth's existence. The continental crust is the layer of grew natick sedimentary amid them offic rocks which forms the continents in the areas of shallow seabed close to their shores is the continental shelves. It's list dance. The janik crust material and therefore floats on top of it unlike previous research which is based on strontium isotopes and marine cabinets which are usually either scarce or altered in rock more than three billion years old new study by scientists from the university of bergen looked at the mineral barrett which forms from sulfates emotion water mixing with barium from hydrothermal vents and thus holds an unchanging record aversion chemistry. Going back through time. The authors calculated the ratio of strontium isotopes in six different deposits of barrack from three different continents range in age from three pointed three point. Five billion years this allowed them to determine win with continental rock populated into the ocean and was incorporated into barrett the authors determined that the weathering started about three point seven billion years ago. That's around five hundred million years earlier than previously thought. The findings provide a new understanding of early ocean chemistry. As well as the onset of plate tectonics and even hope understanding the evolution of the biosphere because once process is like plate tectonics hope established the continents processes like erosion can begin to where the crucial minerals and nutrients into the ocean.
Toyota acquires Lyft's self-driving unit for $500 million
"Also make a Toyota quantum leaps self driving unit the five hundred million dollars the acquisition from the self driving division of America's ride hailing company lift underlines the Japanese automaker's ambitions in that technology the deal was put together by woven planets holdings a trial since the jury began business in January and focuses on innovations and investment in projects such as a small cities robotics and automated driving thirty to says the woven planets project will connect the international team of engineers and researchers in mobility services as well as bring together the software sensor assets and automated driving systems I'm Charles for the past month
EU agency links J
"Last month the African union announced it signed a deal to buy up to four hundred billion doses of the J. and J. vaccine as well as the eighty you arrangement Johnson and Johnson also has a deal to supply up to five hundred million doses to the U. M. back to Kobach's initiative the helps get vaccines to the world's poor any concerns about the J. and J. vaccine will be another unwelcome complications because of the acts of the millions of people in developing countries depending on the program Kovacs recently was hit by supply issues off to its biggest supply the serum institute of India announced it would delay exports of the AstraZeneca vaccine for several months due to a surge of cases on the subcontinent I'm Charles the last month
Acer faces huge ransomware demand
"Computer manufacturer. Acer is facing a fifty million dollar ransomware demand. Several news agencies are reporting. They are saying the gang known as are evil posted a notice last week on its website that it has copied documents from the company and will publish them unless the ransom is paid. If the ransom isn't paid by march twenty eighth it will double in a statement to media. Acer said it has reported what it calls recent abnormals situations to the police last week. Acer said it had net income of two hundred sixty three million dollars in twenty twenty administrators with network controllers from f. Five networks have had over a week to install the latest security patches after discovery of serious vulnerabilities. Well it's more urgent than ever to patch because threat actors are now actively trying to exploit those holes. If your firm hasn't acted it may pay a price some legal news to report. Russian man has been sentenced to ten years in prison and a man from north macedonia to five years by an american judge this for their roles in the fraud and theft green called the in fraud organization for eight years. The gang pedaled stolen and counterfeit ide- bank accounts and credit card information. At one point a claim to have ten thousand participants buying and selling goods police estimate the losses to victims was over. Five hundred million dollars of virginia. Man has been sentenced to thirty one years in prison for a sex torsion scheme. The thirty six year old coerced at least thirteen girls into sending him sexually explicit photos. He pretended to be a teenage girl on social media. When they sent him photos he posts to other social media sites on the girls protested. He demanded more photos if they wanted. The pictures deleted last august. I reported that a russian man was caught trying to bribe at tesla employees to install. Now where on the car company servers that russian has pleaded guilty in a us court to being part of a conspiracy to damage computers. According to court documents. The plan was to steal data from the electric car manufacturer and then demand money or the information would be published. He'll be sentenced in may meanwhile. Us grand jury has issued an indictment against a resident of switzerland for allegedly being part of a group that hacked into copied and published data from a number of unnamed companies. The indictment alleges the person operated a website. The publishes stolen data according to the bleeping computer. Service that site has stolen data from a number of firms including amd intel qualcomm nissan lenovo and nintendo. Are you eager to be invited to join a club. House chat group if so beware of a fake clubhouse website it tries to lure people into downloading a poisoned android. Clubhouse app says security company e set. There is no official android clubhouse app yet. There's only an apple app. The other way to know that this is a fake site is that it has a button that says get it on google
Former Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky Signs One-Year Deal With Bills
"Announced earlier today former bears quarterback mitch trubisky signing a one year deal with the buffalo bills presumably to backup josh allen. There it is a two and a half million dollar deal with some incentives tied into it. That's injury presumably would be the other scenario. He gets beat out for the backup and he's the third. Is that one. maybe it gets cut. It's a there's a chance he'll be the backup. Let me ask you this question though. Because it's easy and it's if we're making fun of mitchell way or mitchell and that's worthy of being made fun of i think but not this. He's okay right you know. He's making more than a lot of hardworking people. You know literally do in a lifetime in this bad year but they are in the end of these players these reaching the pinnacle of their profession. And it's a billion dollar profession. They make money. They're supposed to make. I mean to me. The beauty of the nfl's rev share agreement. Is they're saying okay. The players contribute fifty percent the infrastructure. The all legacy to have the trademarks team. You know however you want to think about that fifty percent we take the money in. We divvied up and go. I mean to me that means that you can't even debate if collectively that you were jones but collectively with the players deserve their millions and millions and billions ultimately. They do that said we can. Because they're making so much money. We can have some fun with it. But i gotta be honest. I think that trubisky getting resigned by the bears was closer than we thought. Because i would make the following case. Let me ask you joan. What you would have made the odds. I don't we didn't do it at the time but right when this season let's say the regular season ended and those that remember obviously foles got her trubisky came back in play statistically significantly. Better at that point. I would have guessed about thirty percent chance. The trubisky would've had been rinse we signed in some significant way. Not like a five hundred million dollar deal but a real deal. I think the odds weren't worse than thirty percent. What would you have guessed. The is debate. I yeah i would have said probably about the same because that was a lot of the discussions i know in and around chicago that day. Did he play himself back into consideration for the twenty twenty one quarterback job and when i see him getting beat out for the job. I don't mean that. As a slight m i actually think. He's a much better quarterback than people give him credit for. I think for that kind of money if somebody comes in and outplays him buffalo's not gonna be tied to that contract like if he would have signed for seven or eight million
The Senate confirms Deb Haaland to be the first Native American Cabinet secretary in US history
"Deb holland is being sworn. In today secretary of the interior she is a tribal citizen of the laguna pueblo. She becomes the first native american ever to serve in a us presidential cabinet the two term congresswoman from new mexico was confirmed by the senate monday after four. Republicans joined democrats in voting to confirm her. Susan collins of maine lindsey graham of south carolina lisa murkowski of alaska dan sullivan alaska as interior secretary. Manage five hundred million acres of federal and tribal land. She'll also oversee government relations with five hundred. Seventy four federally recognized tribal nations during her confirmation. Hearing holland vowed to work for everyone.
"five hundred million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Five hundred million dollar was over the next five years great thousands of homes across Boston affordable to families with low and middle incomes along with a one hundred million dollar education plan the latest weather front moving across much of fire ravaged Australia seen as a mixed blessing while rain has brought some relief to firefighters in the drought parched east coast thunderstorms have strict raised concerns that more fires we sparked by lightning strikes when hot and windy conditions return and return they will forecasters say this week that CBS news correspondent Jim you because reports from New South Wales is only one of the major hurdles that firefighters face one of the biggest challenges for fire officials right now is smoke that's hampering air operations near the port of even in New South Wales as your reward through this logging community it started seventy five thousand tons worth of what ships on fire you could now take weeks to put out the disasters now killed twenty six people the latest death of Victoria state firefighter the US is planning to send more firefighters to Australia to join the one hundred fifty nine already there the national interagency fire center in Boise says ninety have left in recent days and another one hundred are expected to fly out next week Australian officials have requested the help as part of a reciprocal deal that had one hundred thirty eight Australians coming to the U. S. in two thousand eighteen to fight wildfires here if you perpetually return library books late you might consider a move to one midwestern city CBS correspondent but Michigan next lines remember the Seinfeld episode where the librarian from the New York Public Library comes to get Jerry to pay up for a book he took out as a kid I return that book I remember it very specifically.
"five hundred million" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Is false. any maybe. maybe your baby boy is his second son. he'll be upset if someone gets there first no follow did against Billboard second our Jonathan Scott is really dating are reportedly dating what actors that so we dash and now yeah and my. Scott first name Jonathan. property brothers you know the show in a really property runners I read something that they're worth like five hundred million dollars. it is not from TV. that's like they're launching pad but they have so much a real estate investment five hundred million dollars between two of yeah what is definitely more good looking than the other is that the one that stating that we dash now I think the one that's on the show there's one that's like the real estate agent on her I'm pretty sure he's married okay I think this is the one that does more of the design work right lands. I love their toys they are members to look a little little different all different where the twins because there's also a another one cousins there that our cousins but this is property back yeah I think probably brothers there is a third brother they did a house for us like the one I saw recently yes that's right his house was like super small hi and he's due to like what five hundred million dollars. in the in the she was he was the third property brother who does not in the business yeah like a modest house is like a starter home the night maybe maybe a thousand square feet right and his wife was attractive but weird I have never had a rooms like all black I don't know that I saw I just they're like yeah okay will make this room black for you in just the walls are black the furniture's black I don't know she seem like email us or whatever interesting but yeah he's the poor profit brother not when the property brothers in the new sayings this. take this with yeah right Katie got the win. well speaking of winning thank you I'll take that I'm happy yeah you should be but I've heard of that one member of our team his name is Jerry and I'm not sure Jarod ha ha having is man card revoked. maybe it's just your met your masculinity your man card is being tested a lot when I'm there it's on the line I mean if I even have anymore but Stephan being tested I didn't know you still had a pot. yeah but I want to know why it's being tested we please share it I well it has to do with my in laws perfect next. one oh seven five KCL on your smartphone anytime and anywhere check out charity Katie in the morning audio and video on demand and more just download our free mobile app in the app store now and heroes worldwide. well.
"five hundred million" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"That the the common with prevailing wisdom is to start an airline you require about seventy five hundred million dollars and it takes years and it and there's there's a tremendous amount of operational requirements of the FAA the DOT put forth in S. like salmon swimming upstream they want it to be difficult the one only the very best to succeed in the end and when you do that you're awarded with the with that with airline certificate that allows you to convey the public and this group has not taken that path why is that as as as we know it well this path with with first off it's not they're not an airline their marketing company because they don't have a certificate they're not an airline in so they have contracted with a third party to provide aircraft flights for for their routes and there's nothing inherently wrong with that but it certainly is a short cut to the to the to the task of raising millions of dollars I don't know what they have raised but when you involve a third party the third parties going to want to get paid whether the plane is full or empty and so that's a bit in the end you're just better off I think going down the certificate route I have not there are very few examples of where marketing companies have have turned into successful airlines I that was one of the things that I I've I've thought about asking you a are there examples anywhere in the country to your knowledge of maybe a similar airline that was born in this manner and found some degree of successors as you've gone through your career no allergies like yeah typically what happens is that they're around for a year to two years and then they disappear because you know if if if you aren't you if the idea is not good enough to be funded through the traditional investment planned method up methodology then it's probably not a good enough idea for to be solvent under any type of process to include going using a third party to provide flights Gee Sorensen joining us in studio with the Friday forum to courses sponsored by network health we come back J. I want to ask you because we were talking about it last half hour as well I think some are there is some potential customers some members of the public are pretty skeptical or on the other end may be excited about the options of of the three cities that were announced I'm not one of them but I have no reasons to do business or travel for pleasure to Omaha grand rapids or Cincinnati for that matter I'm curious to get your take on the reason why they chose those three markets and whether or not that is a smart move so we'll do that when we continue more with J. Sorensen the Friday forum after this two minute break a W. T. M. J. I'm Scott worse.
"five hundred million" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Now the upside to all of this is I will be here any more doing this and I'll get to spend an extended vacation because I won't have anything to talk about because there will be any bill Buckley responsible companies that we don't worry about that can happen we have to go overseas to find that in their socialist countries that a figure to adults that that's not what they ought to be concentrating on well we're gonna have to go through this period of time of allowing American companies to figure it out and I want to know why we've got a Hey somebody for five hundred million dollars a year to be the head of an activist organization somebody tell me that why are we going to pay those kinds of salaries they want to be socially conscious then boring in French share the wealth the man with everybody in their company if they're gonna pay themselves two hundred million dollars more than that with bonus I'll be a sh bread that out because I would not be a lovely socially right thing to do for all of your employees why Jordan Jeff Jeff I'm talking here Jeff there was some talk to you because you're you're one to the star why shouldn't why shouldn't they the man or woman that drive up my driveway three hundred miles an hour to deliver a package from Amazon why should they make a couple million dollars a year you got the money share it man that's a socially right thing to do it is I mean I'm a fifty dollars ever get fifty dollars an hour let's get a wallet she your company it's just so surely right thing to do I I I just you know I I'm I'm going to assume for the moment that surely there are all going down that road right I'm sure they're all doing that because they stood up they want to do this they want to be they want to be focused on be a socially conscious part of that so called socially conscious effort has to be quality right it has to be forget about equality in other areas but it's got to also include financial in quality surely it does these guys are going to stand there or sit there on their high horse they got everything and they're gonna sit there and say it's okay I make sure I make a hundred six million dollars a year I deserve it there's not a socially wrong with that they can say whatever they work is not going to impact them in any way shape or form your relevant to them.
"five hundred million" Discussed on KTOK
"Now the o'reilly update brings you something you might not know the American economy has been completely reshaped over the past twenty years mainly by tech industry companies like apple and Amazon are to the most profitable but with success comes scrutiny tech companies are being criticized from both sides creating strange alliances between people like president trump Ted Cruz Bernie Sanders Alexandria because you Cortez they all are demanding Amazon and Google in particular pay more taxes so is the tech sector paying its fair share retail giant Amazon made eleven billion dollars in profit in two thousand eighteen pay nothing in federal taxes Amazon was able to do this by writing off business expenses like research development and marketing the same thing for Netflix the streaming service took an eight hundred and forty five million dollars in profit in eighteen that had nothing IBM made five hundred million dollars in profit in two thousand eighteen zero to the federal government Twitter turn a profit for the first time last year raking in more than a billion dollars but paid nothing Uncle Sam here's something you might not know all tech companies are avoiding the tax man apple calls itself the largest taxpayer in the world two thousand eighteen the company made sixty billion dollars in profit around thirteen billion in tax that's reasonable Facebook earned a profit of twenty two billion paid just over three billion in taxes that's not reasonable alphabetic the parent company of Google took in thirty one billion dollars last year paid for billion to the government not much to be fair it's important to remember the tech industry's contribution to the American economy goes beyond tax revenue it supports more than eighteen million American jobs providing over a trillion dollars in annual wages to workers again to be fair there should be a new tax law requiring very profitable companies to pay a minimum tax to the federal government again to be fair back in a moment it's an uncertain world out there you know that disaster can strike at any time so you need.
"five hundred million" Discussed on KTOK
"I was going to continue with the president is first comments since the since the disastrous hearing today and will get a lot more on the other side of this break as we continue our coverage stations along the Sean Hannity show network if you need to take a break we understand we love you anyway see what they've done to people I've seen now they've destroyed people like general live and so many others what they've done to people well I did the right thing no material your mother had no material to work with and he did a horrible job obviously is presentation was way off but that's okay it didn't matter he had no there was nothing done wrong in fact things were done right there was nothing wrong add I read the papers that I read the press and I read the internet how do you see what's going on the internet if you listen to the internet this was one of the worst performances in the history of our country so you know that you know that very well but I don't think anybody could have done a good performance yet no material it was a fake set of facts that the Democrats use at the others do really and illegal overthrow but we're going to find out well the asylum is a big day at so the asylum is a very big ruling that was a tremendous role like that I would appreciate it we respect the courts very much that helps us very much at the border the numbers are way down at the border which is a good thing apprehensions are way down because Mexico is now twenty two thousand soldiers and there they mean business because they know what happens the alternative is not good for them it's also good for Mexico what they're doing because the cartels have been running all of the border for years and years and Mexico is saying that the president is saying we got to clean it up so they've got twenty one thousand soldiers are probably put up more but this will only get an asylum is a tremendous there were we were going to sign a safe third degree murder and then all of a sudden they backed up they said it was this Supreme Court I don't believe that but they use this Supreme Court as the reason that they want to do it so we'll leave that do tariffs for will do stuff they were looking at something very severe with respect to Guatemala I've already got all payments I did that a year ago I got all payments going don dealers el Salvadoran Guatemala we used to send them five hundred million dollars for nothing but nothing that into what if they accept set up caravans so what we're going to take care of I won't even be tough we're going to do we're looking at a couple of different things one of the things very happy is as you know Mexico is put six thousand people on that border I know you're always you always have a question give me my White House aides live what about his age what about what about mother's day I didn't say that at all as you would you ask that question when you ask that question your honor well I you know what else is untruthful you know who else is untruthful his aides add Weissman was untruthful and Weissman got caught just like you did without the renters and weight loss in the Supreme Court nine did not think this aids were very untruthful and they put not at all they put Mahler and a very bad position is they put him in a very bad position and if you were ever truthful give me a all.
"five hundred million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"Single day. The department of energy has now built, a five hundred million dollars super computer. It's called Aurora. It's the first American machine that can reach excess scale performance, that's a Quinton, calculations per second, it seven times faster than the most powerful system built today. It's a thousand times faster this computer than the computers, were ten years ago. It's going to let researchers create significantly more accurate simulations of phenomena such as drugged responses climate change the inner workings of combustion engines solar panels, weapons design, and code breaking the faster the computers can operate, the more complex the calculations are that they can solve and one of the key abilities. So these computers to operate so quickly is that the distance? That the electrons have to travel from one transistor to another shrinks, because clearly the closer, you are to someone the more quickly, you can communicate with them and it's true for humans, and it's also true for computer trips. Now MIT has invented a way to shrink any simple structure, and reduce it to one thousand it's original size. It's miniature rising technology that they call implosion fabrication, it can be applied to anything from developing smaller microscopes and cell phone lenses to creating tiny robots that can travel in your bloodstream robotic particles that seek out cancerous cells. Forget about microchips MIT says they can develop Nanno chips, techniques, simply requires a laser and an absorbent gel that you find in baby diapers. It's not real high tech. It's just high development historically. This is what's fascinating computers of used chips that made. Yes. No decisions called. Binary IBM's original PC back in the nineteen eighties. It had twenty nine thousand transistors your smartphone has more than four billion and had is it fit in the palm of your hand. When the IBM PC sat on a desktop. It's because they're shrinking the size of those transistors fitting, more and more onto smaller and smaller platforms. Now what's coming next in the world of computer technology instead of binary decisions where a computer is choosing between? Yes. No. They're moving to computers that can choose both or and in other words, you could be. Yes and no. At the same time, it's called quantum computing. And scientists believe that this is going to be the next level of massive innovation and computer technology, just give you an idea of how things are already being developed at Rice University. Scientists have developed tiny spheres. That can destroy BPA. That's a toxic chemical. And these tiny can catch and destroy it at UC San Diego. Researchers have measured blood pressure with a patch. That's the size of a postage stamp. What is all this translate to in the real world for you? And I have practical application how long will be before we see some of these nifty opportunities in our daily lives. Well, all of this is being used to provide artificial intelligence. Mcdonald's is using to automatically tweak their drive through menus the system looks at the weather the time local events in the area traffic levels near the restaurant on nearby roads. Stoorikhel sales data currently popular items, and even what your ordering at the moment to up demise the menu displays that you see at the drive through window..
"five hundred million" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Call the Colonel Colonel Sanders did an interview this morning. And once again, he was not asked about the cost of Medicare for all where does the money come. From simply says that we have twice the cost of other developed nations when it comes to medical care and treatment, and the reason that is because the American consumer pays for all the miracle drugs and pharmaceuticals all the research and development on new medical procedures and the rest of the world cherry picks, the knowledge of our medical professionals, and researchers than us that generally no cost the reason our cost or higher is because we fund all the research and development for brand new pharmaceuticals that in the long, run were cure Alzheimer's, thank care of cancer cancer. Now in many forms is not a death sentence because the American consumer funded research into cancer. We have wonderful pharmaceuticals that the rest of the world takes advantage of. But the American consumers the one who funds the nine out of ten farm. Calls at a cost of five hundred million dollars each that do not come to market. So the one that does hit the market is very expensive. And I don't like that. I wish the western Europeans, and some Asians would take up the idea of our day when it comes to pharmaceutical there's very little research done all over the world all the research is right here in America. So we fund all that and the cost and the form of higher prices. But Colonel Sanders is not asked the cost thought to be three trillion dollars a year, which is three fourths of the federal budget every year. Plus, it would put out of work. There's at least one to one and a half million Americans with very good high paying jobs with good benefits working in the medical industry of one type or another millions. In fact, the great majority of Americans have private insurance like it instead of governmental run system like the via your Medicaid, which you want to be on Medicaid tater. Would you like to be on Medicaid a government program for medical care? Hell, no. I don't want to be on Medicaid. I don't get as. Much as good medical care as I get right now. Would you like to be betrayed the VA your entire life and get in line for that? Nobody would that's the system that Colonel Sanders is advocating for the rest of us. Let's all go and Medicaid together. What do you think? Do you think anybody over the age ages sixty or sixty five would have a knee replacement the hip replacement? Bill Cunningham would have a valve replacement. The government would say when the money we can't afford it. They would tell what would be covered. What would not be covered? It would put out of work literally millions of people we'd have terrible healthcare that would be no pharmaceutical discoveries or medical procedures. Taber trans catheter valve replacement that I had thirty days ago would not exist except for medical research because of the profit motive if there's a motive to create and Alzheimer drug that takes care of that ravaging. Terrible disease has got to be discovered, by brilliant. Scientists working on the on the problem and not been discovered by government bureaucrat into building in Washington DC. The reason cancer is largely survivable now is because the medical research based upon the profit motive the best and the brightest wanna go into that field because there's money in it. You can't take away the profit motive. But Bernie Sanders says get rid of all that let the government handle it. Would you want to be on Medicaid or being the private insurance system? You're in today. The answer is obvious. Nobody wants to be on Medicaid doesn't work. It's terrible bad medical care. He wants to take good medical care that most of us have and make it all bad and give free medical care. To legals to those not in this country when they shouldn't be here at all. He does not discriminate between citizens and non-citizens. Do you want to take care of the health care of all Doorns at your cost? The reason our premiums are high is because we're paying for thirty five million Americans on Medicaid that don't pay for also paying for all the people getting medical care from different foreign countries that they shouldn't be here in the first place. That's why our premiums are high has anyone asked Colonel Sanders that question..
"five hundred million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Court house arrest. The groups include public defenders and community groups who say the system the policy is undermining the entire Justice system. Lawyers for actress Lori Laughlin her husband and several other defendants caught up in that college admissions cheating scandal expected in court today to enter not guilty pleas to another round of charges Laughlin and her husband have already pleaded not guilty to mail fraud, money laundering and conspiracy. But now she's expected to plead not guilty to a second conspiracy charge. The couple unlikely to appear in court today. A lawyer will end to the plea for them lawyers for more than a dozen other parents will also enter pleas on behalf of their clients ABC's GIO Benitez reporting. It's dubbed the cherish act by support. And it's scheduled for a hearing on Tuesday before the legislatures higher education committee. The aim is to increase spending by about five hundred million dollars. A year advocates say it would reverse what they view as a pattern of chronic underfunding of state schools. The proposal would require the governor and legislature to fund colleges and universities at no less than the levels. They received in two thousand and one adjusted for inflation over that period. The legislation has more than one hundred sponsors in the house and the state Senate Rhode Island man has been charged with sending a series of threatening emails to a college. Professor Matthew Halen as own friends say they were getting bizarre and hate-filled threats and they've been worried about his behavior for months last Wednesday. FBI agents searched the Rhode Island home arresting and charging the thirty year old with cyber stalking and transmitting threats directed at Harvard professor in a Rhode Island clinic that performs abortions over the past year. Police have called been called for a series of wellbeing. Checks on Havilland. But in recent weeks officials say is violent rhetoric began to escalate he now remains in custody and is due back in court today. The state cannabis control commission has voted four to one to give preliminary approval to allow home delivery.
"five hundred million" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Seven hundred mil because people don't care about the model three now. I personally the model three is. I think it's a good looking car both inside and out. But and it goes from anywhere from I think the basis forty two, and if you get all the options, it's like sixty three I think. But what's really interesting is? There's a lot of competition out there right now. I mean, I've I saw this electric vehicle being made by Porsche. And I'm a sucker for a Porsche. And I'm thinking, okay. That's that's a pretty cool car Ford right now Ford is investing five hundred million dollars in an electric truck startup called Riviera now Trump is Trump Ford is already committed eleven billion dollars eleven billion. Ford is already committed eleven billion dollars to electric vehicles. But they're partnering with Riviera because it's this just proves how difficult difficult. It is to do this and do this profitably, and fiscally responsibly Ford is partnering with a startup in order to do this. And they're investing five hundred million dollars in this electric truck startup, so ribian they're doing a pickup truck in an SUV, and they're gonna start at about sixty eight thousand dollars each. So there's just so much competition in that space, and you know, some of these manufacturers have deeper pockets. They can weather financial. They can weather the financial costs much easier. They've got the manufacturing the ability to expand. And then they've got something else that tesla doesn't have which I think is. Is really kind of interesting. When I go to let's say, just take take the car, you drive whatever that car, maybe. With my cars. I can take them down the street about about within a mile of my house. I can take them to a shop where they can be worked on for anything. Right. He made a Joe's auto body, and they can figure it out. I go to glens go. We're talking body. I'm talking for you know, the engine. I'm talking about all the stuff Glenn can fix anything. Right. Right. I can take any one of my cars to a dealership the dealership's by large. Now are so well equipped, you know, back in the old days, you go to an oil change your dealership it take all day nowadays. It's like, boom, boom that get you in and out for anything because the competition is such with tesla. What are you gotta do? Where's the tesla service? Where's the tesla service operation? I mean, if you're in Wyoming. I don't know where you gotta take that car to get it fixed. So there in lies another prop. Tesla. Also, they don't even have they don't even have. Stores to buy the vehicles any longer. Everything's done online. So some might say that's the future. But it's not the future for the other manufacturers at least just yet. So interesting thoughts on case Afo. Let's go ahead. Go to fill in San Mateo. Phil, thanks for joining us. You want to pop up on this topic? Thanks for calling. Yeah. I think about all of this is everybody should look up the stock called race, which is. Ferrari, and I bought it in when it was right around. When I started about twenty five thirty dollars a share now two hundred thirty eight. Okay. Probably free half years later. It's got a nine point two five, and it's real car. Not a phony one that's subsidized by the government. Thank you. There's our stock tip of the day race. I love it. I love it. Man, I'm looking at this poor electric vehicle. That's the they're calling. Tesla rival the it's the Porsche mission E has the equivalent of six hundred horsepower, it is so cool looking. I'm a I'm a I'm a big sucker for the Porsche. And I think that the there's just there's so much competition. Now, there's some of these manufacturers that are coming out with easy cars, and we'll just have to see what happens here nothing against any view that have tesla fits the car. You like you go do your thing. I'm I'm fine with it. Nothing gets you guys at work for tesla. Because they hear from me all the time you got a job and it's a good job for right now. But.
"five hundred million" Discussed on KOMO
"Was one of the chief architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence in power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that. Five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of hollow paintings every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she had El Chapo fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub. A story. She detailed in front of glamorous, young wife who dutifully sat in court every day of the trial. He's sprawling national drug empire. Extended diplo into every major American city, New York, Chicago Chicago crime commission, designated him as public enemy number one his smugglers aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself, drugs hidden on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably tunnels. We got access to some of those choppers. Infamous tunnels back in two thousand sixteen. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point attorneys believed there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end El Chapo maintained his innocence his defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news is daily podcast start here about taxing the wealth and gender inequality. The tech industry. It's kind of a weird.
"five hundred million" Discussed on KOMO
"Job one of the chief architects behind the opioid crisis. An expert manipulator who had infiltrated the police and his influence and power over subordinates was so complete one testified that he even underwent a number of plastic surgeries to fool authorities on his trail, another subordinate telling the court about a smuggling operation that. Five hundred million dollars of cocaine into L A inside cans of jalapenos every year. Then there was the weeping mistress who testified that she had El Chapo fled naked from Mexican marines. Truly tunnel hidden beneath a bathtub. A story. She detailed in front of glamorous young wife. Dutifully sat in court every day of the trial scrolling national drug empire, extended diplo into every major American city from Newark, Chicago, Chicago client commission, designated him as public enemy number one smuggler's aided by innovative techniques, invented by the drug Lord himself drugs hitting on boats and cars, but perhaps most notably tunnels. We got access to Somerville. Choppers. Infamous tunnels back 2016. Suffice it to say that whoever built this tunnel. Probably not there. I try some expertise and experience here. From above ground. Just an average looking home. Wow. At one point authorities believe there were close to two hundred functioning tunnels along the US Mexico border. One thing seems clear a wall is no match for the Sinoloa cartel. Until the end El Chapo maintained his innocence his defense team only putting up one witness to the prosecution's fifty six the defense claiming he was the victim of an elaborate conspiracy. Now, sixty one notorious drug Lord has run out of his skates. He exchanged a thumbs up with his wife before being escorted out of the courtroom. This week Bill and Melinda gates released. Their annual letter outlining what they see as the major trends and solutions for the year ahead. Microsoft founder spoke to our Brad milkey on ABC news daily podcast start here about taxing the wealthy and gender inequality. Tech industry. It's kind of.
"five hundred million" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Biggest debt burdens. This comes after Qatar pledged to buy five hundred million dollars in government bonds last month more with emerging markets team leader, Donald. Initially after the cutter commitment, and the cutout pledge the thinking in the feeling in the market was this story can now be put aside the yields are improving, but now it's back up on the radar and the need more money is that right? Oh, absolutely. They could they they could use all the money that they could get because what they need is more time. So what we're finding right now is they're trying to avoid a immediate crisis. They wanna be able to have the time in order to implement the reforms that everyone knows Lebanon needs to implement the central Bank governor has been at the at the helm or and his and his in his role as crews position for quite some time. He's seen these crises or these periods of volatility over and over again, and sort of long drawn-out cycles. But even though he does call for a plan and a clear guidance from the government, there is still a lack of a plan that maybe makes the call for more funds a lot more difficult that is actually a very important point. Because we have seen Lebanon in these points of crisis. Of course, we haven't seen it this bad. What people really want to know is. Okay. You have these reforms, but how are you going to implement them? Because in Lebanon, we have seen basic issues that haven't been resolved because of the underlying disagreements among politicians. So where's the story likely to go next? So we always try to get a bit of a bit of a sense of how this could develop by clearly investors are alarmed what's going to be the next benchmark. I mean, judging by the reaction in the bond market yesterday. Investors are obviously seeing some sort of comfort from this. They also got comfort from the statement by cutter. And of course, Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia followed through with its own statements. However, even though they know that there's going to be support from Lebanon's allies, they are very cautious about. Increasing their exposure to Lebanese debt that I thank you very much. For those insights, that's Bloomberg emerging markets teen leader Donald balti- coming up next Middle East markets have had a great start to the year. The regents benchmark index is up seven point four percent this month, what's driving that positive momentum. We'll look into some of those key earnings. Also, we just had Saudi electricity outwith is significant loss to report for this last quarter. This is Bloomberg..
"five hundred million" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Senate is expected to vote this week on dueling bills aimed at ending the partial government shutdown now in day thirty three one vote will be on the president's proposed layout over the weekend. The house is voting on a Bill today that will include one point five billion dollars in border security, funding and a half a billion dollars to hire more immigration. Judges will also include over five hundred million dollars in security Amana -tarian and other forms of assistance to the Central America, northern triangle countries of Guatemala. Honduras, and El Salvador House Democratic caucus chair Hakim Jefferies. Meanwhile, in the midst of the shutdown the midwest culinary institute at Cincinnati state is joining with a nonprofit less soup to provide free meals to federal workers, and their families estimates there's three thousand workers in the Cincinnati area. So we said, well, maybe have including their families were preparing fifteen hundred a day. Let's soup founder Suzie young take-out meals start soon today at two o'clock, and we'll be at the same time tomorrow at the summit on Cincinnati state's campus sit down meals start at five. In addition to young says it meals are being provided to TSA workers at CG. Ground was broke this morning on the new star stadium in the West End construction is expected to wrap up this fall before football season. On Wall Street, the Dow is up thirty two points. The NASDAQ down forty two and the s&p is down ten. A college.
"five hundred million" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Firmly lodged in your backside. Yeah. That's. What this is about. That's this is all about. I mean last night. I was I was looking online. We know where we always scour for for stories and everything, and you know, Democrats they funded a wall a tutored eighty seven mile wall in Jordan last year. Yeah. Democrats did this now GOP did it too. But we're fine with walls two hundred seventy four miles of Jordan on the Jordan Iraq border. This was turned eighty seven. Seventy four. That's this is according to two hundred something miles long. Yeah. Okay. It's almost three hundred miles. Yeah. And we paid for this board does American taxpayers five hundred million dollars. Yeah. That's fine with so Democrats are fine with walls in Jordan. What do they think those walls are going to do? And why are they not immoral? They're keeping jihad right? That's what they're saying. They want to protect those people. So they're fine with using our money to protect people in other countries and walls are not immoral and other countries, and they're fine with taking our tax money and paying for those walls. But then all of a sudden it's immoral when it's for us when is for our country. That's immoral. I don't get it. It's a crock of crap. Is what it is. It's all about Trump. It's all about trying to that right now. Mexico is busy like sending more police more military to its southern border. Because there's another caravan right now fifteen thousand more people from Honduras, and wherever trying to come up, and you know, why? And they're they're building up their southern border. And no democrat is criticizing you know, why because it's not manufactured. That's actually what you're talking about this. It's the no one wants to his not manufactured. But it's it's amazing to me that other country. We're all about other countries protecting their border course, we so we send the money to to for Jordan. We were fine with Mexico doing what it needs to do to Tunisia. There was another one, Tunisia. Why are we not doing this for ourselves because they hate Trump? It's all about hating, whatever he wants to do all of a sudden, what's immoral? Totally immoral really Nancy because you're full of crap and so much other stuff like chemicals. Yeah. And like something's in her mouth. Yeah. She's gotta spit that out. Here's the thing. If somebody needs to ask them shocking Nancy about this about the wall and Jordan that was totally. I dunno. I guess moral that was fine. And they threw money at it. Yeah. Why isn't a CASA asking about that? Oh cousin. Not gonna ask about. I not because they're not real reporters. He's going to be like how Stompie was Trump when he left you're meeting in the situation room? Did he like stop extra loud? Take all the candy back because they're too busy providing cover for these ya. His so Chuck Schumer can get on the air and say he threw a tantrum. It wasn't a tantrum. I mean, he just left a meeting that was completely unproductive and made out to be from the moment. He stepped in the room good. They were like we will not give you anything that you want. And he said goodbye because business people do is this a wasting my time, it's a waste of my time. Also, I don't know if he said Bye-bye or bub by not clear on that. I don't know if we've got confirmation on whether it was by buyer buys is getting so ridiculous. Did you see by the way, this Email that we got from Janet Murphy who gave permission this morning for me to share this Email because she as a good citizen. Does she she called Pelosi's office to make her thoughts known? She used to be able to do this. Well, she did it. But here's what happened. So she said, and I'm quoting her Email. I called Pelosi's office guy answered speaker's office. I had a very courteous voice. I said hi just wanted to give my two cents about the border wall. I want it very much. I was prepared to say. But more speakers office said you can want all you want. You aren't going to get a single thing. Goodbye. He hung up. I was stunned. I have called congress people so many times over the years, both my representatives and others. Those I agreed and disagreed with. And have never heard anything like this. I called Susan Brooks is office and told them they confirmed the speakers offices. Everyone's office house of the people and everyone should be treated courteously can still hear that angry voice in my head. I mean, really is it everybody's office. I mean, do we really feel that way? Well, clearly not. Yeah. I mean, that's the tone that you're gonna get from Pelosi stabbed. Do you really think that Pelosi represents, you know? Yeah. She doesn't represent you. I mean that was that. Well, that's just unbelievable. And by the way, we've got you know, as as we mentioned there's this additional caravan forming, right? This isn't over there continuing to calm are they gonna demand fifty grand to start businesses. Back in their home country. I mean, I can't believe Democrats aren't writing bills saying that we need to do that. Yeah. So border patrol agents apprehended twenty seven thousand five hundred eighteen members of family units in December. This is the highest monthly total on record. So CNN was just showing a graphic on the TV in our studios saying look over time, you know, like since the year two thousand the people that have been apprehended has gone steadily down. So this is a totally made up problem. Yeah. If you see pictures this people, I'm surprised, invasion, manufactured. It's just. Yeah. This people are just they're they're they're Photoshop. Yeah. They must be photos. Well, you know, Trump's going to the border today. And he's there's going to be camera crews, and I hope that there's some good footage taken some good interviews shot of border patrol people who are saying we are here where it matters where it's I, you know, first hand knowledge of what's going on. This is what the American people need to. I really want Republicans are Republican. I want our. So representatives Republicans out there to start asking questions about you know, walls like the one in Jordan. I want them to start asking these questions. This is where I get really irritated with Republicans. Yeah. You know, because wherever here I'm like, but but we wanna wall. But but but okay. Well, then start asking these questions. Why is it that? It's okay for them to to say, okay to a wall, and Jordan, Tunisia and places like that. But yet, it's we just sit back. When Nancy Pelosi says wells are immoral their immoral. Hold on the meat you something in my mouth for ten minutes. Somebody needs to call these people out, and it can't just be us right on the air, and has to be people that Trump should say this. He should say this stuff. And why is it? Call them out. Everybody needs to call them out. We need to get better at this stuff. Don't just sit back call them out, so irritated. I mean, you're going to get somebody route on the phone when you do, but just FYI you should still do it. Call him out so over this also bays us. We know. There's a big story about him. We should talk about. Jeremy talking to my basis Mukasa all sorts of stuff about New York City in their health plans. And I'm just you know, we have so much stuff going on today. So you guys.
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The president was actually very methodical leading up to it. They passed all kinds of funding in the months leading up to this. So they've basically fun. Ended almost everything in a government. So it doesn't shut down. It's already been funded. So it's only a fourteen percent shut down. And there are some people a tiny sliver of the entire of government workforce that's going to have to wait for their paychecks. And you might supposed to do. They don't get paid for a few weeks. Well, they go through this every year sometimes a couple times a year. So I imagine they figured out how to handle these things because they know it's coming every year. And I thought it was kind of interesting that the president said yesterday that he can relate to people who don't get a paycheck. Well, I think he can more than these other swamp idiots because he does relate to these people better. Unlike all the other swamp idiots he actually spends his time with real people. Most of the time, you know, most of those people never leave the bubble Chuck Schumer ordinary people came up to him. He would run which is never talked to the just doesn't do it. He's with donors with lobbyists. He's with other big swamp. Officials. That's all they know Trump always goes out and mingles, and I've known the guy for years. He always does it. He'll stop and talk to everybody not for a minute. But for five minutes, ten minutes. We'll find out everything about them. Definitely has a feel for all of these people, and the shutdown doesn't really affect much of anything is a little bit of a TSA slowdown. But. Good. Not good. But we don't like those TSA people feeling us up. I don't know what Kevin Spacey's on trial for groping some of these guys should be. And what does it with this Chuck Schumer with the shutdown? Have you seen these press conferences is he's stunned? He's shock. Why is the president demanding a wall or they'll seep in for three years? He's just finding out. Now, the president wants to build a wall. He's shot. This is one strange guy. Very strange guy. We did three years ago. The president was gonna build a wall. Yeah. And actually Schumer voted for money for a wall to yet. So why is he acting so stunned? He had no idea ideas would come in two thousand sixteen we built a wall, we built a huge border wall in Jordan. There was a problem between Iraq and Jordan Iraqi sneaking into Jordan. So we agreed to build them a border wall and Schumer and all the Democrats voted for this was Obama at the time five hundred million. We built a border wall for Jordan. I don't know why we would want one. But for the president now saying they don't wanna wall they want fence. So he'll make it steel. If you've seen that design of what he wants to put up a really looks good. It's like a massive steel fence the steel beams come up, it looks like he could sneak through it though. No, it just looks like that in the picture, but you could not I mean, Karen carpenter couldn't sneak through that. It is really really sick. I'm just saying it's really really fin the space between those slats, but all the border experts. The not these idiot politicians, but real border experts city prefers something like that. Then a brick wall or an era stonewall could you can see through. It's very important. They be able to see through it. Because if you can't see what's on the other side, you don't know what's coming at you or who's approaching it. So they want something like that. So the president offering to build that they'll get the money. It is this guy with the go fund me thing this veteran. What does he raise like twenty million or something or something around there? Yeah. Thirty million. You see that clip would Nancy Pelosi? They're they're bugging about will she pay for the wall. And that she makes some kind of joke about well. How about a dollar because okay, I'll pay a dollar for the war. Apparently, this guy is going to go to Washington and try to collect that dollar from her. It'd be a very good thing. Symbolically just to say that she contributed to the wall fund. There is such a thing as a government shut. This is not an actual government shutdown. We've had real government shutdowns. This is just a little sliver of government. But most who must be wondering if there's a government shutdown. Why am I seeing Schumer and Pelosi every day why are the in congress were they holding these hearings? Why are they starting all this stuff? They just don't give up one is tax returns, the president's tax return. You know, anybody that wants to see the president's tax returns. It would be interesting. I suppose I think we already did with Rachel Maddow. Remember her big expose two years ago? She got a hold of his tax returns. It wasn't two thousand sixteen. I think it was two thousand fourteen it was the year before, but they basically showed he made four hundred million that year paid one hundred and fifty million in taxes. It wasn't that exciting. You get the other tax returns. It'll probably show you pretty much the same thing. Hey, the other Elizabeth. Elizabeth warren. This was the other big news. This was fascinating Elizabeth Warren. How do you handle this fake Indian stuff? So she had a friend a few months ago, you remember she did this fake DNA tests instead of going to top DNA company. She got a friend of hers who some kind of scientists to do a homemade test in his lab a totally fake test because he never ever ever tested against any kind of Indian DNA. He claims that it was okay to use Peruvian DNA, and what was the other one Chile or Peru to South American types of DNA. He said that would be inadequate test. So that's what she matched a one one thousand twenty fourth two. She was never tested for anything having to do the American Indian. Also, she may still be in American Indian man, probably not totally fake DNA tests. So that didn't work that really backfired that cutter a lot of flack so now she's out running for. President. And she's being asked about fascinating. She's now backing off the Indian story. He's now you see when Trump or somebody lies. They say he lied. It's a lie. But when a democrat lies, they say, he's walking back the story. They're always walking back what they said even Romney the other day when he backtracked. They said he's walking back. It's admitting that you lie, but listen, Elizabeth Warren kind of admit, she's not an Indian. I'm not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe. Would I first ran for public office? The first time was in two thousand twelve and the Republicans. Honed in on this part of my history and thought they could make a lot of hay out of it. And a lot of ugly stuff that went on. And so my decision wise. I'm just gonna put it all out there. I think this campaign for president DO a dead on arrival. First of all she's doing it made a big deal out of it and got a job at Harvard out of it. I know people say Harvard put out a statement saying that's not the reason she was actually hired. Yes. It was the only reason and one they hired her. They then took out ads advertising that they had their first native American professor, they even put it in their brochures in their fundraising stuff. So that's the reason she was hired. What else did she say? She was the victim of racial slurs. What is she talking about Pocahontas? Let me explain this again will you call her Pocahontas. It's not racist. There's nothing even at the little CNN worming guy, Brian Stelter when after Tucker Carlson for putting racist stuff up on the screen. He's talking about polka hottest all that means is you're making fun of her claiming to be an Indian what was Pocahontas some Indian Princess or something thinks so. Yeah. Something like this. If you say Pocahontas, you just making fun of with Warren, like if a guy pretends, he's a big fighter, but he's not. And then you say, hey, rocky. It's not a slur against Italian Americans. Just making fun of the fact that he's claiming to be a fighter. So she that's step one for backing down. She's not a native. What did she say? Exactly, Jim not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe. Well, she is a citizen of the democratic trust that a person of color, she's whiter than casper. The ghost, obviously, I don't think he'd be a person of color, interesting character. So Elizabeth Warren didn't it's never gonna make it as president. Presidential candidate. You saw the video she put out last week deadly. They were deadly. This whole thing is dead on arrival. So who's the candidate Biden is having trouble? First of all, he's a gaffe machine. The other thing is he's kinda old isn't near eighty niece. Seventy six maybe. Yeah. He's getting up there in years. So he's trying to attack Russian and Coulter, but listening to Mr. amnesia here Republicans overwhelmingly voted to keep the.