35 Burst results for "Forty Three Percent"
Winter heating bills set to jump as inflation hits home
"Get ready to pay higher bills for heating this winter pandemic shut downs and supply bottlenecks have led to higher prices putting inflation up five point four percent from where it was a year ago and one price surge this especially worrisome is for heating oil and natural gas the U. S. energy information administration says it expects households to see their heating bills jump as much as fifty four percent compared to last winter the government says the price of heating oil could jump forty three percent natural gas an average of thirty percent and a more modest increase of six percent for electricity the explanation is a surge in prices for energy commodities after they dropped to multi year lows in twenty twenty demand
Biden's Job Approval Rating Tumbles Below 50%
"Job approval tumbles below fifty percent after afghanistan pullout president joe biden job approval rating took a five point yet and his net approvals shrank. Even further. africa's erupted in afghanistan as us put troops according to a daily wire survey monkey pool. The daily wire commission survey monkey to conduct a national poll of a thousand sixty. Six americans taken august seventeenth eighteenth following the collapse of the afghan government and the taliban takeover the country's capital kabul the poll peg biden's job approval rating at forty seven percent just two points higher than his disapproval rating. In mid-july biden was averaging job approval rating of fifty two percent with forty three percent. Disapproving this according to real clear politics biden's nine point. Advantage has shrunk to just two points in a matter of weeks and i think it's going to continue to get
Report Shows Big Spike in Mail Ballots During 2020 Election
"A federal study finds fewer than one third of American voters cast their ballots in person at a polling station on election day last year it's a first says the US election assistance commission that a majority of voters use mail in balloting because of the pandemic instead of voting in person roughly forty three percent of voters mailed it in approximately thirty three percent used early voting to avoid large crowds with concerns about coded nineteen being spread and the remaining thirty three percent voted in person November third the report captures how voters embraced non traditional voting methods despite efforts by Donald Trump and his supporters to undermine mail in voting I'm Jackie Quinn
COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals
"There's been a dramatic increase in the number of covert nineteen cases in the U. S. compared with the prior week and it's being linked to the more contagious delta variant state local and federal authorities have been urging people to get vaccinated because there's been another spike in virus infections Dr Rochelle Wilensky heads the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention our seven day averages about eighty nine thousand four hundred sixty three cases per day this represents an increase of forty three percent from the prior seven day average nearly ninety thousand cases a day a Florida hospital chain is suspending elective surgeries some Georgia hospitals are said to be turning patients away in Houston Texas chief medical officer Dr David person KTRK urges more people to get vaccinated you need to consider that you represent a potential danger to yourself and others in most particularly your own family I'm Jackie Quinn
Sen. Portman Slams Pelosi's Threat to Delay Infrastructure Vote
"Senator portman thanks for joining us this. Let's start out with that infrastructure deal. You just heard speaker. Pelosi say she's not going to have a vote until reconciliation has also passed by the senate. I off do you expect to reach a deal this week with george. Let me say that. What she has said is entirely counter to what president biden has committed to and what the senate is doing which is a two track process. The infrastructure bill has nothing to do with the reckless tax and spend extravaganza that she's talking about in terms of what reconciliation as she called it so so no. I'm not happy with what she said. Because it's been inconsistent with the agreement that we have on a bipartisan basis. Does that mean we'll end up with nothing on their own. I'm gonna well if she has her way we could. I'm not sure what the future is of reconciliation. I know that the bipartisan infrastructure package is very popular among the american people and in the united states congress because it makes sense. We need it badly. You know forty. Three percent of our roads are in bad or mediocre condition. According to the engineers forty-six thousand bridges or structurally deficient We have ships lining up at portsmouth. Reports aren't efficient enough. Eighty seven percent of the american people. Nick we do it. Bipartisan infrastructure package. It's the right thing to do. Every president in modern times has talked about it. President trump's proposal was for one point five trillion dollars in infrastructure or is about five hundred seventy nine billion over five years so this is the right thing to do. It's been totally bipartisan. From the start. It's the way we ought to be doing things here in washington to get stuff done and i can't believe the speaker of the house would be blocking it. Do you have a deal. We're about ninety percent of the way there. I'm here this weekend working on legislative language with colleagues and with staff. And and i. I feel good about getting done this week. We have one issue outstanding and We're not getting much Response from the democrats on it. It's about mass transit. Our transit numbers very generous. We increased transit in this proposal. We also increased the formula going forward That's that's the one issue outstanding. Frankly at this point my hope is that we'll see progress on that yet. Today
Poll: McAuliffe Holds 2-Point Lead Over Youngkin in Virginia Governor's Race
"Back in their hewitt inside the beltway on this friday july twenty third joined by glenn yung-chen who is going to be the next governor of virginia. Good morning glenn. How are you. Welcome back to the program morning baked are you know. Zoom has changed all of our. If i ever do at zoom call that comes off a one hundred percent correct. I will be amazed how you doing. I'm doing great. Thank you for having me the racist going extremely well amid a dead heat. Would terry mcauliffe. Who's been doing this for forty three years and virginia voters are ready for a change. I think you're actually ahead. Glenn young and i'll tell you why dan balls eh story in the washington post this week. That pulling his broken in america systemically understating republicans support. So if you're tied in the polls and you are actually think five points ahead of terry. Terry's worn out tired and boring. And i don't think he can beat you anyway but it's good to run like your behind right. Yeah it is. You know what's interesting is. As soon as the polling came out last week he he called his friend. Joe biden and joe biden is going to show up in virginia campaign. He's not coming far. He's just coming barely across the river. And i will tell you what this demonstrates is. That terrorists got a failed record when he was governor. The murder rate went up forty. Three percents we're at a twenty year high murder rate in virginia. He's actually completely ostracized than the entire law enforcement community. And they know he won't stand for them and virginia's economy continues to trail all of our peer states. And everybody blames terry and ralph north four. They shut down our economy. Terry absolutely didn't bring the number of jobs to virginia. that are peer state. Stood and virginians are tired of it. They're ready for a new kind of leader. Who's going to build business grow jobs fix our schools and make our community say.
Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike
"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.
CDC: Delta variant expected to be dominant in US
"Ohio's governor is expressing concern that low vaccination rates in some areas could threaten plans to get back to normal especially for students on a playing field in Columbus Ohio high school coaches and athletes urged students to get vaccinated sunny styles is a nationally ranked safety on the football team for Pickerington Central High School you wanna be that guy though it entity may season the state of Ohio's coronavirus dashboard reports that only about forty seven percent of the population has started on their vaccines in some counties the figures are more like twenty eight or thirty percent governor Mike DeWine says there was a forty three percent bump in vaccination rates attributed to the backs a million promotion in may but that those numbers have tapered off the weeks after that have not been a spectacular certainly at all he's concerned about pockets of the state with lower vaccination rates it threatens their ability to have school without interruptions I'm Jennifer king
Carbon to Hit 100 Euros Sooner Than You Think
"John thanks for joining us today. We are here to talk about the eu emissions trading scheme and. What looks like. We'll be a rocket ship. Sort of price increases over the next couple of years. So let's start. Will you first explain to all of us. What the eu ats is. Absolutely i just let me say thank you for inviting me here. It's a pleasure to be here now. The us is a cap and trade emission market and name might just cap and trade us two parts to it the first part. This is to cap in this case. The use of the cap on the maximum amount of emissions that can be emitted by european industry dot cup decline every year the eu done distribute allowances either by auctions or they hand them motive for free too hard to abet industries. And you need one allowance for each ton of co two. You admit so. An allowance is european emissions allowance the cap the sites homini emissions allowances are supplied every year to the market and the second part of the system is trait no companies after they've got their initial allocation and auctions have taken place companies can freely trade allowances between each other and idea is companies with the expensive options to reduce emissions come by allowances allowances from companies with cheaper form of emission reductions of able to them and that way you have a market based mechanisms. The hopefully will drive the cheapest form of misery actions in the system as a whole so these days which is what the cool kids call them are looking to drive down emissions now. How much are they looking to reduce emissions by what year of what's the objective here so that's a little bit unclear right now. The system is set up for the old you emissions target by twenty which is a thought for forty percent target by twenty thirty and you sectors was on after use emissions by forty three percent compared to two thousand and five levels.
Vax and Scratch: NY Offers $5M Lottery for Newly Vaccinated
"The state of New York is trying to pick up a slowing rate of corona virus vaccinations it will start next week VAX and scratch New York governor Andrew Cuomo says this is similar to what other states are doing you get a vaccination and you get a lottery ticket for the five million dollar mega multiplier New York state lottery the governor says this is a situation where everyone wins you have a one in nine chance of winning the lottery but you get the vaccine and you win about forty three percent of new Yorkers are fully vaccinated the state is also planning to set up pop up vaccination sites at seven airports I'm a Donahue
The Hidden Cost of Miscarriage
"Of the forty three percent of americans who say they live paycheck to paycheck. Eighty five percent are women and of the thirty percent of americans who earn minimum wage. Sixty six percent. Are women women are more likely to work in lower income jobs than men which means their schedules are more erratic. Their hours are in assessing to feed their family to put not just two meals but three meals on the table. So time off just isn't an option. Time off is money very few companies offer miscarriage. Leave paid time off is something. They're just not incentivized to do because they perceive it as a cost both in dollars and productivity which i would argue the cost of human capital is far greater by not giving this carriage leave. Meanwhile unpaid time off for pregnancy loss is simply something most women cannot elective. -ly do an even though i've been a champion for women's voices in economic issues for more than a decade. I couldn't have imagined that. Miscarriage would actually be one of those issues until i experienced it. Firsthand my emotional experience isn't rare but my ability to take time off to recover from my miscarriage is and the ability to do so is an unexpected side effect. I believe of a broken financial system. It's exceedingly rare to have a clear and specific policy in place. New zealand recently approved. Three days paid leave after a pregnancy loss and i think companies can and should create their own
In Fight Against Virus, Biden Looks for Path Back to Normal
"I'm Julie Walker in the fight against cobit president Biden looks for a path back to normalcy after spending his first one Hundred Days in office encouraging Americans to mask up and stay home officials insist there's a long way to go before the country can be fully at ease to date forty three percent of Americans have received at least one vaccination the filling Biden's promise of two hundred million shots in less than one Hundred Days they say the next phase will be to push even more with walk in sites key milestones will include the president's fourth of July pledge that Americans can safely gather with friends and family and the start of the new school year one bite in hopes to help all schools opened safely already deaths are down to fewer than seven hundred per day an average daily cases are below sixty thousand I'm Julie Walker
The Roblox Debut
"Is out the door. Robots closed its first day of trading as a public company at sixty nine dollars. Fifty cents valuing the company at thirty eight point two six billion dollars quoting cnbc. Shares began trading at sixty four dollars. Fifty cents which represented a forty three percent increase from a private financing round just in january when the company sold shares for forty five dollars the reference price on tuesday of forty five dollars though no stock changed hands at those levels. The reference price tends to reflect private market trading and does not indicate where a stock will open road blocks hits the market coming off an explosive year of growth primarily from kids who were stuck at home because covid nineteen forced schools to close and sports leagues to shutdown within roadblocks which is one of the top grossing apps on apple and google devices users create. Avatars that they can move between the millions of games on the service navigating theme parks adopting virtual pets and fighting enemies with their friends. Revenue last year jumped eighty two percent to nine hundred and twenty three point. Nine million dollars still relaxes. Net loss widened to two hundred and fifty three point. Three million dollars from seventy one million dollars in two thousand nineteen as the company almost triple. The amount of money paid to develop through its revenue sharing program more than twelve hundred and fifty developers made at least ten thousand dollars last year through virtual sales in their roadblocks games and quote. Now i've said before that in the universe of unicorns among the companies investors. I'm friendly with our most. Enthused about roadblock has been at the top of that list the yardstick i'm using here to measure the level of investor. Excitement is basically when i hear investors. Say something like damn it. I wish i had gotten in early on that company. Roadblocks has been the name most mentioned in that context for about a year. Now the other one by the way is stripe which people have foam mode on forever but over the last year the frenzy around fintech has reached a fever. pitch so stripe has become the company. Everyone's still wishes they were in on early or still wants to get in on now if they can anyway back to roadblocks. You don't have to take my word for it in terms of people's excitement around this company. Here's ben thompson describing how by bringing disparate parts of gaming into one place. Roadblocks is basically created the conditions for interlocking feedback loops. That are very exciting. Quote by controlling. Everything roadblocks can bring all of the disparate parts of gaming into one place instead of one app for social interactions another app for purchases and a different app for every different game. Everything is all in the same place. This also makes roadblocks easier to develop for by constraining graphics to a consistent toolbox. It's very easy to build something new. This creates the conditions for the interlocking feedback loops that characterize transformational products by reducing the prominence and feature set of games. Roadblocks made it possible to create something. Bigger a micro verse. This actually fits the pattern of other transformational products. The feed for instance relies on reducing all types of content from post to photos to links to the same format such that they can all be incorporated into a greater whole. It's a reason why. I think that clubhouse being all audio actually gives it an advantage relative to twitter. That leaves more room for user entrepreneurship. Both in the kinds of rooms created and also norms around behavior twitter realize the same benefits relative to blogs with its one hundred forty character constraint. Similarly roadblocks games aren't really competitive with non roadblocks games. They're worse in any sort of traditional sense because the things that make them better are the parts that are enabled by imposing constraints and quote.
Why Asia Is So Important to Crypto
"Recently wrote a report on asia's crypto landscape. Can you give us a broad overview of wyan. How asia is such an important geography in crypto. Yeah absolutely actually. My background is Traditional finance and i spent maybe about fifteen years Focus on equities in terms of all. The companies are all the countries in asia pacific. So i was always very well. Acquainted with the cultures and also the different politics than macro economic structures of the different countries. There was sometimes what. I take for granted in terms of understanding the market. I find that a lot of my colleagues or a lot of my friends in the us or europe might not necessarily know what's happening in asia. And so i think a couple of interesting pointers is that for example like you know by december last year. Forty two percent of the market cap of the top twenty tokens that actually had a headquarters. Basically was from asia. Think now says also said that forty three percent global transactions are from asia and then also a lot of all a lot of asian companies basically dominate. The future space so ninety. Eight percent of futures is based in asia. I think people don't understand that tether is based in asia. Polkadot has a lot of supporters in asia. And so a lot of tokens might have Yeah a lot of tournaments might see a lot of funding from asian investors in asian companies. Although i think the media mostly picks up you know. Us in europe and so this this report tries to cover some of the stuff that we might miss asia
Is Silver the Next GameStop?
"Yesterday. Silver prices hit the highest level in eight years to over twenty nine dollars and fifty cents per ounce the london bullion market association which is the silver market said that more than a billion ounces of silver was traded. Yesterday it's three times greater than the average from the end of two thousand twenty can louis c. of app max which is a dealer in precious metals coins boy in bars said yesterday on bloomberg tv that they had more volume in silver sales in the past three days than they had all of december and forty three percent of those orders from new customers were. Typically it's only fourteen to twenty percent of orders in a given day are from new customers. Adrian ash is director of research at bullion vault which also sells silver. Bullion said they had more customers yesterday than all of last february. Why is there this sudden interest in silver last week. We discussed wall street bets. The sub reddit and what was driving the price of game. Stop and other memes stocks. There were some post last week on wall street bets about silver being the biggest short in the world but there's post on all different types of topics but some of those posts because they're voted on in this forum made it to the top and then news organizations pick it up that that the wall street bet sub read. It was now focus on silver but then some on wall street No they're not promoting silver that there are proponents of silver taking advantage of the forum. So there was a lot of confusion over. Who's driving this increase in silver. But clearly it's happening. One commodities trader said about wall street bets that i'm beginning to think that they are being suckered by the silver scammers to try to get the price up today when i looked at wall street bets. There wasn't any of the top articles on silver. They appear to be a couple about diamonds but most was on gm's stock which fell over fifty percent this week here. We are with silver having spiked to its highest level in eight years. Today it's down to twenty seven dollars per ounce but the sudden interest news gives us an opportunity to look at silver the investment case for silver. And should we buy silver now. There are two primary ways to buy silver by it physical including coins or bars. We can also by silver through an exchange traded fund like the shares silver trust which owns physical silver or we can participate in these silver futures market. And we'll talk about how that works. A lot of these news articles reference. Some of the post on wall street bets about how silver is the biggest short in the world. And there'll be a squeeze and we're going to stick it to the banks that are short but still i really different than the short squeeze on game stop or some other stock like i talked about last week where you had hedge funds that were massively short game stop. There were more shorts than shares outstanding. And when the stock started to rise those hedge funds needed to buy back game stop stock so that they could close out their short position and stop losing money but if we look at the positioning of hedge funds and other speculators in the silver futures market. They're actually net long in other words positioned for silver to go up in price and they have been net long since two thousand nineteen. The natural times reported that analyst said bullion banks has hsbc and j. p. morgan did not have speculative naked short positions in silver. In if anything would make money by selling silver to exchange traded funds in helping minors hedge exposure bernard data an analyst texas that it's the wrong understanding of the market. It's trying to apply the same. Rationale is game stop but most of the market is long silver. The banks are going to make more profit and the silver buyers are indirectly sending their own money to them
We Finally Know Exactly How Bad The Pandemic Has Been for Airline Pilots
"We see in plane and pilot magazine. We finally know exactly how bad the pandemic has been for. Airline pilots and the numbers here are pretty staggering and eliminating max indeed. I was really quite stunned to take a look and see. Just how bad things are. I mean we all know that the airlines have been hit disproportionately hard here during the pandemic that know some pilots have been out of work. This was a survey done by goose. Which is a pilot. Recruitment firm not for birds but for a and they found that nearly half of all pilots worldwide. Either looking for work or on furlough which was shocking to me. They said that thirty percent of the people surveyed were out of work and looking and other seventeen percents that they were furloughed awaiting further news and additional. Six percents said they were still employed with their airline. But we're doing non-flying works pretty stunning. Half half the pilots Basically out of work or looking for work in this comes from a survey of two thousand five hundred ninety eight pilots. This survey was open for four weeks just to kind of set. The timeframe in it closed october thirtieth twenty twenty and it was anonymous survey thirty questions and the survey was designed for pilots of all ranks. First officers second officers and cadets in some of the data in this is just really really fascinating and we'll have a link to the survey report which was done in conjunction with flake global. And a you just peruse some of this and find some really really interesting interesting things but By way of demographics of those almost twenty six hundred pilots forty-three percent of the respondents were in europe. Nineteen percent from the middle east and africa eighteen from asia pacific Twelve percent from north. America six percent from south america and two percent from china. So it's pretty Pretty global in the survey touches on things like pilot retention pilot job security employee engagement even Stress mental health wellbeing things like that so Some really really interesting statistics Couple of the ones that i like. Maybe if you guys saw some things that piqued your interest but one of the questions was when do you think aviation will make a full recovery to pre covid levels and not. Surprisingly only ten percent said up to one year the biggest spike was up to two years. Thirty four percent of the pilots thought up to two years but twenty eight percent up to three years and longer than that twelve percent four years. Ten percent five years and six percent said they thought it would never never be the same So that's the pilot's perspective. No one was. Do you think your mental health has been affected by the pandemic and here there is a direct correlation between the age of the pilot and the pursuit pilots that group in In how many of them thought that their mental health had been a acted for those pilots. Fifty five to sixty four years old thirty. Two percent thought their mental health had been affected for pilots forty five to fifty four years old but younger thirty six percent when we go down to thirty five to forty four year olds forty four percent of them thought. Their mental health has affected in the twenty five to thirty four year old group forty-nine percent and pilots under twenty four years old fifty eight percent of them thought their mental health had been affected by the pandemic so. I thought that was a really interesting result. I wasn't totally surprised by the The differences once. You mentioned the difference. I thought okay but it's the younger folks are having a tougher time. Think about someone who's twenty four years old this may be the first In a bad thing that's happened to them in their in their career folks are in their mid fifty s have probably gone through multiple things in the past and probably a better able to to ride through a downturn whereas you know young folks just not have that cushion of You know savings built up to right through. Its doesn't surprise me but still it's a large large number folks nearly six percent under a twenty-four saying mental health. Been impacted the the demographics of the respondents in terms of gender. Was you know the numbers are kind like the same numbers we've seen for a long time. Almost all male four percent female in one percent preferred not to say. I'm not sure why they would prefer not to say in. An anonymous survey but four percent identified themselves as female Which really kind of hope that that number would be coming up. Ron wouldn't when you're looking at programs With youth today. do you see more. young girls. Becoming interested involve is that number higher than four percent. I hope well Here were making a concerted effort to make sure it's higher than four percent Right now we're preparing for Air venture and we've got A program within the air venture program called girl venture We've also got One for adults named Women's sore And between those two we really want to invite women to get more involved and engaged in aviation and so We see a higher than i would say. Four percent level here
Ghost of Tsushima Wins Game Awards Player's Voice
"Who shema winds players voice award at the game awards. This from wesley leblanc at iga jeff. Kelly has revealed that goes to shema. Is the game game. Awards players voice award winner this year. After three rounds of voting from fans the game awards will take place on december tenth. And it's there that awards like best narrative best direction and of course game of the year will be announced. These awards are voted on by both curated voting jerry and fans but in those instances the voting jury accounts for ninety percent of the vote while the fan votes account for the other ten percent. That's not the case for the players voice award which is which is entirely decided upon by fans. There's no weighing way. There's no vote weighing involved with with this award. So gauche seema is the game that got the most total votes out of all the other nominees. It beat out other twenty twenty releases like the last to haiti's and do maternal go sushila sauce placement in the rankings shift each round at it had a three percent lead over the last two during the second round of voting fourteen percent and eleven percent of the votes respectively and then when the when the final round began on december sixth last part to you climb to forty three percent of the vote while go see my only had thirty one percent then with just four hours to go before before the closing of the votes goes through your schema jumped up to forty seven percent in the last two dropped to thirty three percent. That was the last update. Kelly gave to gave the voting percentages before announcing tuesday. That ghosts shema is the players voice award winner of the game awards this year. M ron does this surprise. You trending that direction. I like we were talking about this a bit about games. Cassie were talking about earlier. Where we're predicting the awards. One of the things i said is less of us. Divisive but it's not devicive on critics. It is divisive among fans. So i i'm not stocked. People rallied around sima. There's a little bit of campaigning along stuff like this to like. I saw a sucker sucker punch out there on twitter like hey sima and like they were doing it pretty consistently i saw some of new haven over last of us too but not nearly as much and not as many people like i said last semester was divisive so i i'm not shocked. Goes one well. I'm not shocked to go. See what beat last of us. I am surprised that beat by that much
Data shows steep drop in SF sales tax revenue, possible decline in population
"From april to june. The city of san francisco sales tax revenues. Dropped to thirty point. eight million. That's down forty three percent from the previous year. According to the city restaurant and bar sales were down. Sixty five percent as indoor dining was prohibited while food and drug store. Sales were down eight percent. Among those indoor venues restaurants. Were easily the riskiest. Four times riskier than gyms and coffee shops according to the model by stanford and northwestern university scientists but the researchers also found that restaurant occupancy caps of twenty percent could cut infections by as much as eighty percent. The city of san francisco is once again acting quickly to reduce indoor activities as the covid nineteen case rate in san francisco. Went from three point. Seven to nine per one. Hundred thousand residents and grant colfax. The city's director of health said that separatist goes daily average of eighty. new cases. is up from thirty. Two at the end of october lead mayor london breed to announce tuesday november tenth. That san francisco restaurants will have to close their indoor dining rooms on friday november thirteenth rise in corona virus
"forty three percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Sarah fox news it's election day in Virginia they're choosing state lawmakers in Mississippi and Kentucky it's for governor fox's colonel Scott has more live and lease it can't be much closer than it is right now in Kentucky challenger Andy Bashir has half a percentage point lead one GOP incumbent Matt that that fewer than five thousand votes separate the two reports show all the votes have been counted and that could trigger a recount if someone calls fort in Mississippi results are big clearer but no where near complete G. O. P. lieutenant governor take Reeves leads democratic Attorney General Jim hood fifty six to forty three percent Reeves is looking to follow Republican Phil Bryant in Virginia Democrats are inching closer to flipping control of both houses of state government Lisa thanks go now White House press secretary Stephanie Gresham reacting after the congressional committee conducting the impeachment inquiry of president trump released the testimony of two witnesses question saying E. U. investor Gordon someone didn't have first hand information is just presuming that the aid was linked to something and then and then admitted he didn't even know why he was presuming it so these transcripts are actually they're good for the president there showing again that this entire time he's been telling the truth again it's why the White House released a transcript in the first place I'm Lou Dobbs tonight on the fox business network someone amended his testimony adding a statement describing a conversation he had with an adviser to Ukraine's president tying US military aid to a public anti corruption statement the testimony of former Ukraine on by Kurt Volker was also released at the White House chief of staff make Mulvaney at OMB associate director for national security mark standing have been invited to testify Friday the White House has already indicated that Mulvaney will not appear America.
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"Almost done with summer at this point well summer's almost done with you it's September in like a week in college football kicks off by the way I am the versus Florida just saying well early but whatever find us once I see football that I'm like alright you know it's summer feel like fall riding around yeah don't push it don't push a speaking of fall a year from November it's the November election four hundred forty days away now just around the corner down to counting days at this point and a great pulled came out today which is in a it's a great just because it's so eye popping and according to Rasmuson nearly two thirds of Americans sixty three percent believe that president trump is heading towards reelection in twenty twenty we have reaction from the Upper West Side and then we go to Lena Dunham's neighborhood yeah so that's not good now here's the interesting thing about this fall with his numbers unique context right of course you do all right sixty three percent think trouble be reelected which is kind of the line with you believe or not you can bet on this yeah to clean the U. K. they have trump as a favorite right now to be reelected you think okay look as polls is that true okay but yet believe the betting people Vegas normally not wrong for this kids London but anyway this is up from forty three percent just last year that's amazing so he is up twenty points in terms of people things gonna get reelected and you know why why why do you think it is because we see what the competition looks like right it's almost like saying you think the patriots are gonna win the Superbowl again like I don't know how many times is pretty gonna do this he's been the nineties one six right and then it's like bringing out basically at the end of see the Arizona Cardinals you know I go yeah he could be them right to send something about this so how does it work that like he only has a forty two percent approval rating but yet sixty what did say three percent of the people think they're gonna be elected again there's all these people saying I'm not gonna vote for him so where are these people that are voting for him exactly well remember he only won a forty six percent the vote forty four percent right in the real clear politics index of polls average of polls so you don't currently need to be above fifty percent it's a nice thing to be of course and that now but I think they think that again we talked about this that if it's going to be the socialist running against them or in Biden's case senile running against them what is not a social socialism is she's a capitalist for sure yeah yeah I thought you said haven't drank in twenty years but the thing that somebody is over Sir but say no idle as well as morning service even center herself she said she's a huge capitalist yeah it does look at our policy in her plans which you must read distribute wealth no that's not what personal that's not socialism and second of all that's not what she wants to do she just wants a tax that uber wealthy the people they make a billion dollars to make their money off of this country country you were right I believe actually that they're already being taxed that'll was it was on their way to get out what was the right start leaving New York is a prime example that when you tax the uber rich aha leave the get out of here they go to other countries I mean in this case yeah you know suddenly the other countries are looking pretty big but that's all I'm saying right speaking of taxes the other way what are your favorite places is closing now this is the ironic part okay so a state tax bill is forcing the closure of this iconic pizza place in Brooklyn the fire has yet to faro state you'd be in there you can go up there all right I I honestly my mother was a terrible cook I grew up in Coney Island my mother is such a terrible cook that I was at the far as more than I was in my own kitchen it's been around since nineteen sixty five see it's gonna shut down because of outstanding state tax bills right all right so here twenty four shut down it is shot is already shut if you go there there's a big giant sign up that says with like a finger and it's not the figure that you think it is a fat finger you know you do what don't fun me these things work if everybody loves his place as much as you say right I don't get the Brooklyn very often more of a Jersey guy time for me to go across burrows to get there sure unless it's for the Peter luger of course any exceptions or go to a kiss concert over the Barclays that's a story for another time the point is yet do a go fund me but in this case that's what the bloody hell wants to do he's like we got to save them this is this is a great place and it's one of my favorite pizza places and they need a bailout the reason why they're closing bear labs in delay lord is because taxes are so why right so if you can talk about this all the time but this is the effect is not just the.
"forty three percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Is down forty three percent folks if you lose twenty five percent of your funds in a financial crisis and the next one is going to be big you'll have to make back thirty three percent of your retirement funds hello is going to take you to do that if you lose thirty three percent guess what you have to make back fifty percent that's insane you can't do this you can't run with the boys on Wall Street it's dangerous they will eat you up every day of the week you can't do this get into the fixed annuity with the sixty new to your earnings five six seven or eight percent per year for the purpose of generating future lifetime income while your money is in short a fixed annuity is safe our system during its insured by a very large and highly rated insurance company and it's very conventional you could take all you'll find the term close the account walk away you could pass on your front seat beneficiary very conventional but you gotta get out of the risky stock market the price earnings ratio is thirty two which should be sixteen and double what it should be it's crazy folks you gotta get out get into the fix the duties can't say get insured instant access to these are designed to be long term needs for retirement income they provide guarantees against loss of principal accredited interest and offer the reassurance of a death benefit for your beneficiary early withdrawals may result in loss of principal accredited interested to surrender charges any distributions may be subject ordinary income tax if taken prior to age fifty nine and a half ten percent tax penalty all mentions of.
"forty three percent" Discussed on AP News
"In the student loan borrowers may have lowered their payments by lying about their incomes and family size AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on what a federal watchdog agencies found the government accountability office site thousands of cases with bogus information including two people who claim to have more than ninety relatives living in their homes and some three thousand who were making over a hundred thousand dollars a year but claimed they had no income this comes from investigators reviewing the education department's oversight of its repayment plans which allow borrowers to pay lower monthly rate based on their income and family size the federal watchdog agency says the education department needs better procedures to be able to verify borrower information Jackie Quinn Washington a massive hydroelectric dam project located in Tanzania's largest wildlife preserve has been integrated by the country's president he's calling at the start of economic liberation even though some wildlife groups have expressed dismay over the two point six billion euro project in the saloon game reserve which is one of Africa's largest protected areas and the United Nations world heritage site president John Muggle foodies says Paul to the reserve have been considered a potential energy source for decades in Tanzania where electricity prices remain high the country's energy minister says the project will take another three years to complete French carmaker Renault is cutting back its sales full costs amid slumping revenues and troubles with alliance partner Nissan Renault said Friday that it no longer expects growth in sales this year compared with twenty eighteen when it sold three point nine million calls he blamed an overall slowdown in the auto industry sales in the first office he would down six point four percent to twenty eight billion euros run a report to the dove rule profits so by holes because of weakness at Nissen in which it owns a forty three percent stake Renault also known to declining demand for diesel vehicles amid tougher emissions rules and said sales were hurt by resume to rest sanctions on Iran Nissen announced Thursday it was slashing close to thirteen thousand jobs and production capacity amid tumbling profits July twenty six I'm Jim of wire the Supreme Court lifts the freeze.
"forty three percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Me. These counties are shaded here in darker, shading means, higher proportion of African Americans county. It's blue. Right. And so if you just follow the blue when you go through Alabama, and Georgia, and up to South Carolina, North Carolina. You see incredibly stunningly high rates through Virginia. These are pretty low cost areas that have these exploding rates and then you go up the Mississippi and you can keep going into Detroit, as the vixen problem follows the trail of the great migration families searched for economic security, and ran away from racial terrorism to go into north cities to be crawled into get us where they didn't own the land again. And so it's an old story, but it's kind of like our story. The great northern migration is a major way station on the road to today's eviction crisis and the interrelated racial wealth gap, the net worth of the typical black household. It's just fifteen percent of the typical white one and the gap is growing, but the path to the present moment begins, even earlier when European colonists built the nation's wealth on stolen land with stolen labor and then fought over the continuance of slavery to sustain it. In fact, could argue that the emancipation induced kind of massive action for African Americans and it was into a most peculiar kind of freedom. Three. Negro was read from the bondage, physical slavery. Detain, the nation refused to give him land make that freedom. Meaning as Martin Luther King, often noted, the nation was key to provide millions of acres out, west to whites from Europe is a foundation on which to build their lives. But to the former slave it offered not a patch a stick. Deadly could say at amend all the news role with freedom to HOGAN. anguish it at about forty three percent and that can be a deep disadvantage because if you don't own property you can't transfer it to your kids.
"forty three percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Percent of the long term care insurance claims began at home. And forty three percent ended at home. Wow. And the average the average length of those claims was ten years. That's amazing. So this is home healthcare. You're talking about long term care pretty much if half of the claims are at home. You better. Make sure you have a home healthcare writer or benefit, right? Well, and for people who can't get coverage because they've had health issues, I do have a home care plan. It's available in any state. I just need to have a conversation with them. But, but this is something that I always tell people at the very least we should set that up because then you have a resource, you can make a phone call somebody will send out a caregiver, and they'll do you know, kind of check checkup once a week to see how you're doing, whether you like the caregiver do they need to change caregivers. And they use all the agency. So, but, you know, with part of the reason for this is the money. Ray. I mean end of life care is a big ticket item. And it seems that Medicare is kind of pushing the, the cost of dying off site if you will to homes and hospice settings. And I mean, you know, we know Medicare has issues. They're trying to look for any way they can't say some money other supposed to go broke here in about seven eight years. Yeah. Unfortunately, but people that, that have a long-term care situation. You're not gonna get the government to pay for any of that. Are you? I mean maybe maybe it's what is at twenty percent. A small part. But that's only if you're hospitalized before he has that work. Why don't you explain that you have to.
"forty three percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Got the win Klay Thompson a double figures. In fact, the warriors that's their first game under Steve Kerr in the first game in the last ten seasons in which all five starters scored at least fifteen points. Klay Thompson finishing with twenty one. You heard the game here on ESPN radio. Are out of Amina PJ Carlesimo were courtside with call one fifteen to one zero nine Golden State over Houston in game two of this series, though. Head to Houston this weekend for game three with a two series lead on the rockets Steve Kerr and his group eleven in one in series when they have to lead, of course, the three one series lead. They blew into sixteen NBA finals, the only laws so a very interesting game. A lot of twists and turns early in particular James harden and Steph curry both dealing with injuries in the first quarter. Yeah. No question. That was a huge story in the game. James harden? Even know he ended up playing thirty four minutes and scoring twenty nine points. And he did it efficiently. Nine for nineteen three for seven from three point line eight for nine y'all got seven rebounds four says, but he did have six turnovers again he was impacted by the injury. No question about that concern for Houston first of all James Harden's injury. But hopefully, he's going to be okay with three days arrests. But when they come out and shoot forty three percent. They were seventeen. For forty from the three point line, but turn the ball over eighteen times and allow eighteen offensive rebounds. They've gotta clean it up. You have to play a lot more efficiently and a lot more complete game. If you're gonna be Golden State talk to me about this Golden State team all five of their starters in that Hamptons five death lineup which by the way hadn't started together since the playoffs last season against Houston. They've started the first two games in this series. And all five of them were in double figures again. And again, they got the plus on the boards forty five forty one overall rebounds eighteen ten on the offensive glass all five starters for both teams scored in double figures. It was a lot better played game. But you know, if you're Steve Kerr and Golden State, you got things you gotta work on the biggest thing to me. They had five turnovers after doing such a good job through three quarters seven turnovers after three quarters. They turn it over five times in the fourth quarter for twelve Houston points. They almost like the the rockets. Back in his game. They're about three trips. It felt like where Houston was right there. There was a huge opportunity late in the game for Houston to cut the lead to three Chris Paul at a wide open. Look could not knock it down. The warriors make their free throws late and they come away with a one fifteen to one zero nine win over Houston in game..
"forty three percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"She say Mike truck, did I Mike trout. Route. No. Might have been tried. We'll have to go back to the interview. So he'll be in the neighborhood of twenty nine. This is my job by. Absolutely. He's a man we do so much hyperbole. But. Normally we say once in a generation player we normally mean six and a generation how many once in a generation athletes have there really been this century that if competed LeBron absolutely tiger until his collapse players one likes in that generation generation spanning somewhere in the fifteen let's say fifteen twenty year range. I think there's a chance that trout is that I think he is. I think he's that special. I think he's that remarkable. Yeah. He's he's getting better. As the Celtics have struggled and disappointed this season. A lot of attention has gone to Kyrie Irving was president has affected some of his younger teammates over Gordon. Hayward has had a rocky season back ankle fracture tibia after averaging twenty one point nine points per game. And making the all star game is twenty sixteen two thousand seventeen season. He only averaged ten point seven points per game this season go along with the shooting percentage of just forty three percent far. So Gordon Hayward.
"forty three percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Coming up on the Glenn Beck program in thirty five minutes. What what HR eight is really all about. And why there is the hidden steps that are being taken that make HR eight the common sense by partisan gun control Bill that the congress passed yesterday. Why it's not common sense. What you need to see their building things separately. And when they all come together. That's when there's a problem losing your gun rights without you ever figuring it out until it's too late coming up in about thirty five minutes on this program. Also have to say thank you to everyone listening and viewing on the blaze story today in media post the blazes on fire. How it overtook Breitbart? And now has the blaze as the number two conservative site on the internet just behind Fox News. So it's really cool. Six hundred and forty three percent growth in the last year. We got a business. Well, I mean, I don't know. I know I know I mean, there's part of me, and I'm going to celebrate in this. And then I'll never say it again. Don't bet against a man who has nothing to lose just going to say that. All right. Go ahead. I think it's it's exciting. And you know, the audiences has been there the entire time. And thank you. Thank you for this for that. And they've growth in the ratings has been really strong in the past year. We never talk about this stuff because it's a meaningless don't care. But I mean, it it matters to us to at least say fan we and we do notice. I mean, we look at the radio ratings the radio ratings through the roof every everything has been just amazing, and we are greatly blessed. We're blessed by a very loyal audience. And and thank you just. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I may have given up, but you never gave up on us. And I I really am grateful for that. And just watch us grow. Now. Exciting. So we're we're number two behind FOX FOX is so number two conservative media site behind FOX. Yeah. And then it goes Washington Examiner is now third Breitbart all the way back to fourth in Washington Times, daily, caller and western journal and national review daily wire has after that. So there's a lot of good sites in that, you know. Gruber honored and just say when we'll be even better when you know, it's we had crtv. So then we merged we waited blaze TV, and I think blaze TV wire would be great. We can even be daily blaze TV wire. I'm just some point people's fingers. Get tired from typing. Yeah. Daily wire would be the daily caller daily blaze TV, why can emerge all of them together until one combined. Just I'm just saying it works. What happens when you get everybody together? And we're one big powerhouse. That has the has the clout that can move as one body. We saw the reason why Fox News became as.
"forty three percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Station. ID? North Korean nukes and gates under investigation. Details and the forecast coming up at ten thirty on News Radio WFL. up on the Glenn Beck program in thirty five minutes. What what HR is really all about. And why there is the hidden steps that are being taken that make HR eight the common sense bipartisan gun control Bill that the congress passed yesterday. Why it's not common sense. What you need to see their building things separately. And when they all come together. That's when there's a problem losing your gun rights without you ever figuring it out until it's too late coming up about thirty five minutes on this program. Also, I have to say thank you to everyone listening and viewing on the blaze story today in media post the blazes on fire. How it overtook Breitbart and now has the blaze as the number two conservative site on the internet just behind Fox News. So it's really cool one hundred and forty three percent growth in the last year. We got a business. Well, I mean, I don't know. I know I know there's part of me, and I'm going to celebrate in this. And then I'll never say it again. Don't bet against a man who has nothing to lose just going to say that. All right. Go ahead. I think it's it's exciting. And you know, the audiences has been there the entire time. Yes. Thank you. Thank you for this for that. And they've growth in the ratings has been really strong in the past year. We never talk about this stuff because it's you don't care. But I mean, it it matters to us to at least fan we and we do notice. I mean, we look at the radio ratings the radio ratings of through the roof every everything has been just amazing, and we are greatly blessed, and we are blessed by a very loyal audience. And and thank you just. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I may have given up a you never gave up on us. And I and I really am grateful for that. And just watch us grow. Now. Exciting. So we're we're number two behind FOX. Yeah. Fox's so number two conservative media site behind FOX. Yeah. And then it goes Washington Examiner is now third Breitbart all the way back to fourth then Washington Times, daily caller and western journal and national review daily wire is after that. So there's a lot of sites in that looks like. In that group were honored. And I'll just say when we'll be even better when you know, it's we had crtv. So then we merging we waited blaze TV, and I think blaze TV wire would be great. Time we could even be daily blaze TV wire. I'm just some point people's fingers. Get tired from typing. Yeah. The daily wire it'd be the daily caller daily blaze TV, why can emerge all of them together into one just I'm just I'm just saying it works. What happens when you get everybody together? And we're one big powerhouse. That has the has the clout that can move as one body. We saw the reason why Fox News became as big.
"forty three percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Nine thirty one Todd Jeffries and Don prior here all the Todd dodge. So glad you chose to join us. And that something would I ask you some personal questions and personal questions? I'm an open book. I know you I am. I'm an open person. I listen go let it rip a new survey found that there's one thing women wants for Valentine's Day, and that's a card. That's the number one thing. Really? According to the survey. In other words, all women are liars. They don't want card at all. I don't buy it. They want flowers and chocolates, they want it all well, the most common thing that man said that they want in this survey. Nothing men want nothing on Valentine's says the deal here guys dread Valentine's Day, because they don't want to buy or, you know, our plan anything particular, they don't even know how to pick up flowers these days, but it's easy. Just call your florist and have them sent. But according to this poll, the number one gift guys want to get for Valentine's. Day this year. Nothing nothing at all more than five hundred men were asked what they want in forty one percent said they want. They don't want anything nothing. No. I'm I'm with that. I really am struggling right now. Because kim. Kim. Got it. We this conversation last night. What do you want to do for Valentine's? Oh. Oh, nothing. I really don't want to do. She didn't go to a movie long you've been married twenty four years. So for twenty four years you have failed. The test is setting the stage for divorce, and I go to dinner. Let's let's go to dinner we go anywhere. We want to go. And she said, no, no. And she said, and this is where I'm just so confused. She said in please do not get me flowers. Yeah. Seriously. While this survey only asked if they were married or not and then about a third of the guys weren't. So some of them are probably just single don't expect to get anything. Twenty five percent of the women also said they don't want anything this year. They were probably single and may not get anything. The top five. Guests women. Do want include a card candy flowers, jewelry and a massage amasau. Now, the top five gifts that men want. Candy a card booze breakfast in bed and a book breakfast in bed. Yes. Forty three percent of the men planned to spend at least fifty dollars on Valentine's Day this year compared to just twenty seven percent of women the plan to spend that much. Well, I gotta tell you, man. I my hands are in the air right now. I I don't know. I don't know because she told me yesterday card and flowers. That's all you gotta do when when when your wife says, please don't get me flowers. Yeah. Really? Yeah. You better get really. Yeah. You better get her flowers. Yeah. Exactly. She screaming for flora and fauna. Don't get me flowers. Yeah. Floor, and I I don't know what's going on. I don't know what to believe. I don't know what not to believe. So I'm going to go with my gut. There's a radio station up in Fairbanks, Alaska and get her chilies card. Guy up there. I know they're taking some heat for this other giving away all week long. Give it away roses to her and a shotgun to him. Brilliant, husband and wife gifts for Valentine's Day roses for her and a shotgun for him. That's perfect. And that can we didn't come up. That'd be a great idea. Can you? Imagine this snowflake city getting pissed off at us because we're giving away guns. Thank MS would let us do that giveaway guns on the show. Why not? I think it would be brilliant. I do I just I don't think so forth. I think it'd be also I think a lawyer to might come in the middle of the I have no idea. But I think it's a great idea. We should explore that one spot on. All right. Five one two eight three six zero five ninety text message. I'm going to give my wife flowers and a card and then flying Vegas. Wow. Well, it's got a one up and everybody texting world. What are you doing? What are you doing? Todd, man. What are you doing? Could do some flowers something like that? Maybe. And that's that's it. It's all you need. You're gonna go anywhere. We'll go eat some sushi go down to Zeus predictable.
"forty three percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Sixty five is a forty three percent chance that one spouse will live to age ninety five compared to a twenty percent chance. If you use social security, mortality tables. That's a big difference. And it means that higher income individuals. Get a better deal from delaying taking their social security because the income bump isn't based on their actual expected longevity. It's based on the longevity of the general population. So they could live to be ninety five where it's the tables are based on eighty three eighty four. Absolutely, right. Well, and that forty three percent number is increasing every single year. Well, it is. And here's the thing. The more money you have the more income you have the more guaranteed income. You have the less. Likely you're going to be to take your social security anyway, 'cause you may not need the income. So bottom line is as it relates to social security. If you have almost any amount of assets at all, and if you're listening to this program right now chances are you have some assets, you would be best suited to have a delaying of announce not across the board for everybody. Some sixty three year olds have minor children and stuff like that. Where the social security checks are outrageous. Outrageous from a good thing standpoint and a bad thing, if you're a tax payer, but that's another discussion altogether. But seriously, most people that have wealth would be doing themselves a great job by delaying taking their social security now that means having to tap into other resources early perhaps and a lot of people shy away from doing that spending other assets. But chances are you'd thank me for that. When you're eighty five eighty six years old. Yeah. I it could very well. Be. Some people even will take more than the prescribed amount out of their portfolio than that old four percent thing because they know that once they're guaranteed income hits at age seventy they can back the portfolio distribution down below the four percent and be better off exactly step to. He goes on again. This is Michael Fink from Texas Tech step to to decide how much of a portfolio to invest and how much to annuity is. Okay. Let's review the theory here, you have no idea. How long you're gonna live. Right. If you wanna make sure you don't run out of money. The options are to be either very conservative with your spending. Which is what you just brought up or to new the newest ization pools the risk among retirees of living along time. This whole idea of mortality credits were a big pool. The law of large numbers gets together throws money into a pool. Some of those people are going to die early and some are going to live a very long time. The mortality credit goes to the one that lives longer at the expense of those that live shorter. So if you're wealthier if you're healthier if you're happier. You can.
"forty three percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"We're going to take the stock market over the last ten years on average. The Dow Jones industrial average has only made about five percent per year. Could you believe that over ten years of the ups and downs in roller coasters sleepless nights, biting, your fingernails painting your side five percent per year, the S and P standard and poor over the last ten years. There's only made about five percent per year. All right. We're gonna take the NASDAQ over seventeen years, the NASDAQ the NASDAQ only made an average of two percent per year. Are you kidding me? Folks. Why would anybody do this? It's crazy. If you need your funds, you can't be gambling. It's like being in Vegas and gambling with all of your retirement funds funds that you need to support yourself when you retire, folks. This market could tank it anytime black Monday, October nineteenth Dow in one day was down twenty two point six percent. The S and P. In one day. Black Monday, October nineteen was down twenty percents. Folks. Don't do this to yourself. It's crazy. The last financial crisis. Dow was down thirty six percent, the S and P was down thirty eight percent. The NASDAQ was down forty three percent, folks. If you lose twenty five percent of your funds in a financial crisis. And the next one is going to be big you have to make back thirty three percent of your retirement funds. How long it's gonna take you to do that. If you lose thirty three percent, guess what you have to make back fifty percent. That's insane. You can't do this. You can't run with the boys on Wall Street. It's dangerous. They will eat you up every day of the week. You can't do this into the fix nudity, which sixty nudity. You're earning. Five six seven or eight percent per year to build up your lifetime income base, while your money is insured. A fixed annuity is safe. Nudity. It's insured by a very large and highly rated insurance company, and it's very conventional you could take all your funds at term close the account walkaway, you could pass on your funds to your beneficiary very conventional. But you gotta get outta the risky stock market. The price earnings ratio is thirty two which should be sixteen. It's double what it should be. It's crazy folks, you gotta get out get into the fixture duties catch safe. Get insured fixed index annuities are designed to meet long-term needs for retirement income. They provide guarantees against loss of principle accredited interests and offer the reassurance of a death benefit for your beneficiary early. Withdrawals may result in loss of principle and credited interest to the surrender charges, and he distributions may be subdued ordinary income tax and have taken prior to age fifty nine and a half Timpson tax penalty all mentioned six eight percent growth will only be used for lifetime. Income purposes include bonuses, they belong certain product bonus annuities include higher surrender charges longer surrender charge period. Slower.
"forty three percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"News Radio six hundred ninety K T S him on the airwaves internet through the mail. I have the left surrounded get the Limbaugh letter in print or on your electronic devices at Rush Limbaugh dot com today in these uncertain times, be prepared to listen to the Rush Limbaugh show by having an ample supply of duct tape, canned goods and plastic sheeting. I don't feel more secure. I don't know that the American people any unwarranted static should interfere with clear reception applied sticky. I down to the source for larger sources people Barack. Can do right fruit and bottled water, remember two first place. Plastic sheeting on the ground for easy cleanup, this emergency. Preparedness message brought to you by the network. Half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair, by the way, there is a. I got my show prep all out of whack your here. It is there's a new poll out. This is Breitbart story the poll is from some to call ear to the ground. You ready for this? Twenty seven hundred Trump Trump voters poll claims that Trump will lose forty three percent of his base of support. If a border wall is not built. Now, this polling outfit ear to the ground. Polling is a new company as of two thousand seventeen and they are led by the Sarawak research group its head is a woman named an Sorek. She's written pieces for the for the daily signal the poll claims that. Only forty three percent of Trump voters. Consider they conclusion of the partial government shutdown of victory for Trump, even though sixty percent approved of ending the Paul claims that Trump supporters support Trump building the border wall by declaring a national emergency by ninety five percent. That is a that's a humongous number for a poll to produce ninety five percent. Ninety five percent of Trump supporters support declaring a national emergency. Anyway, the article goes on to point out that this poll shows why the Democrats and the media are adamantly opposed to funding the wall, and it makes perfect sense politically from the beginning of the Trump presidency. Even during the transition. They objective has been to separate Trump's base voters from him. The Russia collusion story, the never ending stories of Trump Russia, collusion and all been oriented toward causing Trump. Supporters to doubt their decision vote for him. And what this poll is showing is that forty three percent. Trump's voters will abandon him. If there is no wall. Now, if you're Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer, and you're looking at this, and you believe the Paul what are you gonna do? You're gonna make sure that there's never any wall built with any of your assistance or any federal money. What so ever? Now, I don't think Pelosi Democrats even need this poll to buttress their position. They aren't going to give the wall simply because have Trump win anything. They're not going to allow especially in the two years now leading up to the presidential election. There's just simply no way. So however, this is going to get done. It is not going to happen by partisan Li it's not gonna happen. With cooperation is that gonna happen with the parties proving they can work together for the benefit the American. None of that. It's going to have to happen. Some other way up the hill dot com. Get this Democrats give themselves some wiggle room in border talks. Now, this is an article on the negotiations that just began over the funding of the department of homeland security as usual, this headline is completely misleading because the quotes in this story from democrat leaders all show that they are completely opposed to any funding for a wall. But the drive bys know full well that the headline is what ninety five percent of people see when they read the news. And so the the people get hold the Democrats participating some wiggle room. Maybe the Democrats are. And then when there's no wall built it won't keep be because the Democrats weren't helpful. I mean, it's it's it's turtle Listrik malpractice yet again over.
"forty three percent" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Polarized concern shambles declining. Those are some of the words sum up their feelings times a grim, according to democratic pollster Peter Hart. The poll was conducted before the deal was reached. So, you know, maybe it wouldn't be quite as bad now. But this poll looks a lot more like our December data than in October twenty thirteen when GOP's numbers plummeted during that shutdown more than five years ago. According to the poll only only twenty eight percent of Americans say the nation is headed in the right direction. So seventy percent think it's wrong twenty eight right? You got that normal? Couple of percent. I don't know. I don't know. Yeah. But how do you feel about it? I don't know. I don't know. Okay. So you don't even think about it. Now, I don't know. To get a prize for being a part of the survey. It's embarrassing to Barra sing. Yeah. Just seventeen percent of people could could think of a positive word of raise to something's up right now that many seventy percent. Yeah. Oh, yeah. If you were asked what would you say are we on the right track or the wrong track? If I was asked, I don't know. I think I'd say we're on the wrong track. Okay. I thought to be the two percent there for a second. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. That's where I'd be. I don't know. Everything's fine. So I think I'd say wrong track. What else can say right now. As for President Trump's approval forty three percent in this survey said they approve. Including twenty nine percent who strongly approved fifty four percent disapprove. So he's underwater. Eleven percent there. Those numbers are unchanged from December. His standing in the NBC news poll is quite a quite a bit worse. He thirty nine percents of the approve. Also in a. In a new survey. Thirty three percent of Americans said they're extremely or quite confident that Trump has the right set of goals and policies to be president essentially unchanged since January of last year. Twenty eight percents are extremely or quite confident that Trump has the right set of characteristics. Twenty eight percent to be wow, fifty percents of their not at all confident another twenty one percents of their only somewhat confident. Forty four percent. Believe Trump has brought the wrong kind of change to the country. Thirty nine percent said he's brought the right kind of change at fourteen percent said he hasn't brought changed either way. I don't know. I go. The the NBC Wall Street Journal poll also measures eight presidential qualities for the president. His highest marks where he scores four or five out of five point scale being direct and straightforward with the American people forty three percent changing business as usual in Washington. Thirty nine percent being effective getting things done thirty eight and being a good negotiator. Thirty six. That seems a little on the high side based on current results. Yeah. His lowest marks being steady and reliable thirty two knowledgeable and experienced thirty two percent, honest and trustworthy, twenty eight and high personal and ethical standards twenty four..
"forty three percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The initial agreement which had most of the stuff in Democrats wanted it would have never got shut down. It was all a spike pack, which you figure. Figure that. End up plan that they went with with twenty five billion. What what's going to happen? Listen cracking up. Hello sees the winner right Broten who were there. The winner. Trump the loser. Trump's approval rating is forty three percent. Up and down. Congress approval rating is in has been forever. So. The winner. He's a big hero. Why he approval rating for congress? And how come? Crump? Despite what Pelosi. Percent among Latinos approval rating among Latinos now is fifty percent. About seven points higher than the national average. So I don't I don't we were there's a win Pelosi. Now what I think you're gonna come to the keyboard just by. Throw it out this five point seven billion. We're gonna come to the table, and they're gonna offer some low ball offer. You know, one point three one point whatever that was kind of the original offer, anyway, right one point seven or so they're gonna patch a bunch of crap to that's what's going to happen to my. You know, they want their on the fight of illegal. People in congress that are fighting for people along in belong in this country. But that's the way it looks to me. Want some kind of an amnesty thing about giving static vote. That's what it's all about. Let me something in. There would lead clue will votes. Down the line. What comes in Mike? Five point seven billion backed up to the twenty five billion that they were okay with. We're gonna look for some kind of agreement. They have to have something in their the negative. Look like a victory for them. And then with Trump regretful. Now, the big fear about reporting is that aluminum it'll be loss. ACLU unusual jobs. The wind up in court. The ninth circuit you've got the liberal activist judges and all that, but I hope something positive. It was. I didn't know about this. When required with the court. The supreme court step in. Unblock it. Emergency. So maybe that's call. Under the sleeve. I don't know. I think I think we will do that.
"forty three percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"For each public charter school student. The citizens do approach to ending the partial government shutdown actually takes votes instead of just pointing fingers, but two competing bills appear likely to fail today. Caught in a Washington impasse. Either measure would reopen federal agencies Republicans would couple ending the thirty four days shutdown with five point seven billion dollars for president Donald Trump's border wall and revamping immigration laws. Democrats would reopen agency doors for three weeks while bargainers seek a deal. The latest Fox News poll is out and it shows support for a southern border wall has increased since the last poll, Fox News director of polling. Dana blend Tunas breaking down the numbers. Just ask about the wall back in September and found thirty nine percent were in favour of building the wall along the southern border now after this stalemate we find that it's up a couple of four point now. Forty three percent favorability in the wall. Fifty-one percent oppose it. The poll was conducted between January twentieth and January twenty second. Look at sports in my father made a good living and was a good provider. But one thing he didn't do well was plan, which leaves me his only child to do everything he lives with me. Now, he's very ill. And I struggle with his Medicaid forms. His nursing care. His doctor bills his investments his will and his taxes. It has.