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"henrique master" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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06:05 min | 23 hrs ago

"henrique master" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"12. An important day. Gary Lewis with you here can STM 7 92 sons most stimulating, You know? Do you know what happened? 31 years ago. Today I became a man in Judaism. That's what happened. On Brian was around. He could have emptied my bar mitzvah. Thank you for hanging out. Of course, there are three things I think you need to know. Brought to you by strong Bill. Coming, Aaron Solar again. You stress out so much trying to trying to study your half Torah. And then afterwards you realize I could have said pretty much anything, and the only person would have known that it was wrong in the rabbi. The cantor. So I I got I got a pretty much exactly, you know, no one's gonna know. No one knew. What is your idea? If only I knew that back then that I'd put pressure myself to be fantastic. Which I WASI anyway. There, of course, Three things. I think you need to know. Um Number one number one Rand. Paul destroys Anthony Fauci again basically gets him to lie in a Senate hearing as if there was no gain of function where basically it's scientists created the China virus, and they create these other viruses and Fauci and the documents proving his n I A I D. That's his organization. That's his government bureaucracy. They funded the war on lab. Who helped craze and worked with these Chinese scientists to create it, and even a Washington post journalist has come out and said found she is the Godfather. The godfather of Gain of function research, Dina function to figure how weaken you know basically again. Create a man made virus. This is really incredible stuff. Second thing I think you need to know, adding nowhere Do so for pops out yesterday and signs. Michelle, you gently readers. Senate Bill 14 85 that says you haven't voted in four straight elections. You're off the permanent voting list unless well, they'll send you a postcard first, if you want to stay on it. Yeah. Here you go, Boom, and they change it to the active early voting list instead of permanent. So, basically over all the dead voters in the fake voters are out there. They can no longer. Uh, get these These ballots right? They just you know, it's going to clean up the voter rolls, which is fantastic. I was shite. Outta nowhere. Kelly Town's was blocking it. I know what these guys could do whatever they want. That's what it comes down to. Whenever they want. Third thing I think you need to know. Um There's a lot here. How about how about my sources at the Pima County Health Department telling me Garrett, You're right. The schools need to just stand up to the health department, because if they think this is what this is what my sources are telling me if schools think that come August, Pima County's going to say You know what you could. You could do masks optional. That's what you can do. It's never gonna happen. It's now just with the health Department. People are telling me it's never gonna happen. They gonna push this until theres until the people just stop doing it. And by the way, this is after the South Carolina governor Henrique Master put out an executive order empowering the parents to make the decision. That their kids master unmasked in schools. How about that, and two Santas comes out. And says kids should not be wearing masks in school now want to see the action behind that, But that's what he said Three things I think you need to know. Um that's a big deal right there, isn't it? It's a huge deal. Uh, this I mean, So this South Carolina governor, we played his sound bite, Earl. It was the last week was last week. Henry McMaster where he said it was, uh, there was a very interesting can you look up Henry McMaster. Um, it was a very interesting word. We described yes. Squeeze. What is this is Henry McMaster, the South Carolina governor. Listen to this. This is last week. Here we go. Those parents are exactly right if they do not want their Children being forced by the government to wear mask in school. They should not be forced by the government to wear a mask in school. Against the wishes of the parents, I think again it is the height of ridiculous city ridiculous City district to make that decision for the parents, particularly since we've known even when the virus was rampant. That the schools the classrooms with the safest places of all so now that the teachers have all had an opportunity and the staff to get vaccinated now that we have so many people that have developed immunity. I think it is it is. It is ridiculous for a school district to be requiring Children to wear the masks unless the parents of those Children want them to wear masks. It's the parent's choice. It is no longer the school district's choice. He said that last week, by the way, do you know, wanna have like a nice glass of lemonade and sit on the porch with that guy? I want to make Juillet you made mint julep. Maybe some. Maybe some bottles and James? I don't know. Is that bad? The wrong sound, whatever its southern California, whatever whatever. Horrible Rettenbach. I don't know, but just something I want to have something. KFC it? Yes, KFC also, man and just sit down that guy because he seems to be okay again. We have no idea. Maybe doing crazy things in South Carolina. Seems like all the governors did crazy things, but yeah, so he said, That's it some ribs? Yep. There you goes. So that that's he's like, Well, you know what? We're done with this. And then he goes and what do you see? Where are you, buddy? Where are you s o? He issues an executive order. You ready for this? It was three things, though. Not only did he say parents have the power To deem ask their kids unmask their kids or send him to school mass. It's up to you and he said, Look. He said, Quote. What? Yeah, we have known for months that our schools they're some of the safest places When comes to cove in 19. Every adult in our state has had the opportunity to receive the vaccine. So it goes against all logic to continue to force our Children, especially our youngest Children to wear masks against their parents wishes. It's to be a decision left only to a student's parents. God bless this guy for that, right? He also in the same executive order. Band vaccine passports. And not just a half ass way that deuce. He did, right? Oh, no, no government entity. I was in there, too. But he said you will not be in South Carolina. Business cannot demand to see your papers. Your vaccine passports..

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"henrique master" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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09:31 min | 2 months ago

"henrique master" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Americans are struggling with the rent, groceries, medicine and utilities. On Lee. A week ago, the United States crossed the tragic milestone of half a million dollars. It's from covert 19, a stark reminder that the pandemic isn't done with us. Yet. Over the past year, Congress has stepped up to the plate to pass important relief measures. But the job is not complete. The American rescue plan is designed to finish the job to patch up the holes in our economy and lay a foundation for recovery. To keep struggling businesses, families and workers afloat until brighter days appear on the horizon to send our Children back to school is quickly and safely. It is possible and to defeat this evil disease once and for all. That's what the American people sent us here to do. That's what our government is for not to sit back and wait for problems to fix themselves that from Senator Schumer, the Democratic leader from New York, we should point out that 21, Republican governors and one Democrat taking aim at one component of the covert 19 relief bill, arguing that a proposed allocation of money does punish those states that did not full Lockdown businesses during the height of the pandemic. The governor's led by South Carolina's Republican governor, Henrique Master issue a statement that criticizes what they call a biased formula used to decide how much money in direct aid each state receives. The Democrat who joined that list is Kansas governor Laura Kelly. The American rescue plan does propose $350 billion in direct a two state and city governments money that would be used to replenish those tax revenue collections that decline during the pandemic. Now he Here's the issue. Most of the funding for each state would be based on its unemployment figures, not overall population, so states were the most citizens were out of work last year would receive a greater share of money. Meanwhile, on the Senate floor Republican leader Mitch McConnell saying that this bill being supported by Democrats and the president is full of pork. This crossroads should get Washington a golden opportunity. We could get together on a bipartisan basis, like we did five times last year five times and passed more targeted policies to help finish the fight and get the American people, their jobs, their schools their lives. In their country back. A number of Senate Republicans went to the White House just days after President Biden was sworn in proposing, We continue the streak of overwhelming bipartisanship that has defined a covert 19 response. All this time, my Democratic colleagues said no. They wanted to go it alone. And when you look at their partisan bill, you can certainly see why less than 9% of their massive proposal would go to the core healthcare fight against Kobe 19. And listen to this. Less than 1% goes to vaccinations. You see, they had to leave room for all the completely unrelated left wing pet priorities like Ending 350 billion to bail out long mismanage state local governments multiple times. The expert estimates of covert needs that from Senator McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the GOP leader, you can watch the debate live on C Span, too. If you've been out of work, in part because of this pandemic and collecting federal unemployment benefits, today's Washington Post reporting those benefits are taxed one person. Interviewed for the story, said that she was quote shocked to learn that she's going to owe money on April 15th. We talked to economics reporter Heather Long about her story her reporting and what surprised you the most It's definitely been a shock to a lot of people to learn that unemployment insurance and coke, which 40 million people have a little bit of last year is taxable. It's kind of counterintuitive. You're getting this benefit from the government. And then you have to pay a little bit of it back in taxes. But the idea is that in the United States, we try to text all forms of income to try to keep it in an equal plane field as possible because we have a tax system where the red surtax more than the lower income people. The idea is that somebody who is very low income who would end up on unemployment for a few months. I shouldn't a ton of taxes at the end of the year. But 2020 was such a confusing year and a lot of people are ending up with really surprisingly high tax bills. Right now, let's take a step back because you do so in your piece, which is available at Washington post dot com Unemployment. Sure it's created in 1935 part of FDR's new Deal program. What was it like back then? And when did it change as a taxable form of income? So it was not taxable when it was for Was created coming out of the Great Depression era. It was the safety Net program, and it works pretty well for many decades. But when we got the kind of late seventies early eighties, there was a big push to try to reduce the budget deficit and try to rethink how we do taxation and the United States. Ah lot of people brought up points. Like well. What if a billionaire were to suddenly go on unemployment they qualified to it shouldn't some of their income be clawed back through the tax system. Other people brought up Particular among Republicans, an argument that why should an unemployment not be taxable when when you're working and earning pay every week that money is taxable. So there was some concern that maybe people on unemployment would be disincentivize to find a job. If that unemployment money isn't taxable, and of course, these ongoing concerns about deficits So all of that sort of combined end up by 1986 all unemployment income was taxable at the federal level states or a hodgepodge. We're talking with Heather Long Economics reporter for The Washington Post. So is the first dollar of unemployment benefits taxed and his Congress looking at this it normally is. But in recession periods, it's historically been the case that Congress does not tax some of that money and so what we saw like coming out of the great recession just over a decade ago, Congress said. Okay, We've got lots of people on unemployment. It's really hard to get a job right now. And so we're going to forgive some of these unemployment payments were not going to make some of it taxable. So there was a proposal and plays from Senator Durbin of Illinois to not tax $10,000.200 dollars of income from unemployment last year that roughly works out to that extra $600 a week bonus If you will, that a lot of unemployed people got from April through July, so that would basically make that extra money, not taxable. But it didn't make it. It's on the cutting room floor. It did not make the final stimulus bill. So at the moment, he's 2020 all of that income from unemployment is taxable for federal purposes and how our state's handling this. Yeah, it's a real mixed bag. Obviously, some states do not have income taxes that all states like Wyoming. S O. The unemployment insurance money is not taxable. Other states like California and Virginia have made their own laws to say that unemployment is different, You know, not normal. It covered so it shouldn't be subject to state taxation and barrel and actually just passed in the last few weeks legislation, saying they think the pandemic was unique. It was a horrible situation for so many, so they are excluding unemployment money from their state taxes just for the pandemic, period. So you've got a whole like a hodgepodge of different ways that this is handle across the country. But for most people, the real pain is coming because A lot of states even if they didn't inform people. T withhold any money for taxes very well. And even in some states, I've talked to a lot of people in fueling the article, like in California, even if somebody was diligent, and they did check the boxing Yes. Please withhold some tax money. I don't get socked with this big bill. At the end of the year. They're still getting finding that they owe the government money because the extra money that extra $600 from the spring and the extra $300 for parts of the fall. We're not like for whatever reason. States did not withhold taxes on that. It's a really bizarre choice that was made. And clearly people like Erica Rose in Los Angeles who was in your story. She's not happy. It's really hard for a lot of people. You're Erica's life. People who've been unemployed since larger April of last year, and it's heartbreaking to talk to her and say she thought she was doing the right things. You thought she was having Texas withheld, but she weighs. Still owes the federal government several $100. And that may not sound like a lot. But that's a lot of money when she's already behind on her rent payment, and she's surviving on unemployment, and she hasn't been able to find another job but isn't sure what shall have another job again. I mean, she just told me I there were she was recently at the.

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21 Republican governors attack Biden's COVID-19 stimulus bill for 'penalizing' their states

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00:53 sec | 2 months ago

21 Republican governors attack Biden's COVID-19 stimulus bill for 'penalizing' their states

"Taking aim at one component of the covert 19 relief bill, arguing that a proposed allocation of money does punish those states that did not full Lockdown businesses during the height of the pandemic. The governor's led by South Carolina's Republican governor, Henrique Master issue a statement that criticizes what they call a biased formula used to decide how much money in direct aid each state receives. The Democrat who joined that list is Kansas governor Laura Kelly. The American rescue plan does propose $350 billion in direct a two state and city governments money that would be used to replenish those tax revenue collections that decline during the pandemic. Now he Here's the issue. Most of the funding for each state would be based on its unemployment figures, not overall population, so states were the most citizens were out of work last year would receive a greater share of money. Meanwhile, on the Senate floor Republican leader

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"henrique master" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:03 min | 2 months ago

"henrique master" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It is possible and to defeat this evil disease once and for all. That's what the American people sent us here to do. That's what our government is for not to sit back and wait for problems to fix themselves. Now that from Senator Schumer, the Democratic leader from New York, we should point out the 21, Republican governors and one Democrat taking aim at one component of the covert 19 relief bill, arguing that a proposed allocation of money does punish those states that did not fully Lockdown businesses during the height of the pandemic. The governor's led by South Carolina's Republican governor, Henrique Master issue a statement that criticizes what they call a biased formula used to decide how much money in direct aid each state receives. The Democrat who joined that list is Kansas governor Laura Kelly. The American rescue plan does propose $350 billion in direct a two state and city governments, money that would be used to replenish those tax revenue collections that decline during the pandemic. Now, here's the issue. Most of the funding for each state would be based on its unemployment figures, not overall population. So states were the most citizens were out of work last year would receive a greater share of money he will on the Senate floor Republican leader Mitch McConnell, saying that this bill being supported by Democrats and the president is full of pork. This crossroads should get Washington a golden opportunity. We could get together on a bipartisan basis, like we did five times last year five times and passed more targeted policies to help finish the fight and get the American people, their jobs, their schools their lives. In their country back. A number of Senate Republicans went to the White House just days after President Biden was sworn in proposing, We continue the streak of overwhelming bipartisanship that has defined a covert 19 response. All this time for Democratic colleagues said No. They wanted to go it alone. And when you look at their partisan bill, you can certainly see why less than 9%. Of their massive proposal would go to the core healthcare fight against covert 19 unlisted death. Less than 1% goes to vaccinations. You see, they had to leave room for all the completely unrelated left wing pet priorities, like sending 350 billion to bail out long mismanage state local governments multiple times. The expert estimates of covert needs that from Senator McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the GOP leader, you can watch the debate live on C Span, too. If you've been out of work, in part because of this pandemic and collecting federal unemployment benefits, today's Washington Post reporting those benefits are taxed. One person interviewed for the story said that she was quote shocked to learn that she's going to owe money on April 15th. We talked to economics reporter Heather Long about her store. Her reporting. And what surprised you the most It's definitely been a shock to a lot of people to learn that unemployment insurance and Coke, which 40 million people had a little bit of last year is taxable. It's kind of counterintuitive. You're getting this benefit from the government, and then you have to pay a little bit of it back in taxes, but The idea is that in the United States, we try to tax all forms of income to try to keep it is an equal plane field as possible because we have a tax system where the richer tax more than the lower income people. The idea is that somebody who is very low income who would end up on unemployment for a few months. Fashion a ton of taxes at the end of the year. But 2020 was such a confusing year and a lot of people are ending up with really surprisingly high tax bills. Right now, let's take a step back because you do so in your piece, which is available at Washington post dot com. Unemployment. Sure it's created in 1935, part of FDR's new Deal program. What was it like back then? And when did it change as a taxable form of income? So it was not taxable when it was first created coming out of the Great Depression era. It was the safety Net program, and it worked pretty well for many decades. But when we got the kind of late seventies early eighties, there was a big push. Try to reduce the budget deficit and try to rethink how we do taxation and the United States. Ah, lot of people brought up points like well, what if a millionaire were to suddenly go on unemployment they qualify to and it shouldn't some of their income be clawed back through the tax system. Other people brought up Particular among Republicans, an argument that why should an unemployment not be taxable when when you're working and earning pay every week that money is taxable. So there was some concern that maybe people on unemployment would be disincentivize to find a job. If that unemployment money isn't taxable, and of course, these ongoing concerns about deficits So all of that sort of combined to end up by 1986 all unemployment income was taxable at the federal level states or a hodgepodge. We're talking with Heather Long Economics reporter for The Washington Post. So is the first dollar of unemployment benefits taxed and his Congress looking at this it normally is. But in recession periods, it's historically been the case that Congress does not tax some of that money and so what we saw like coming out of the great recession just over a decade ago, Congress said. Okay, We've got lots of people on unemployment. It's really hard to get a job right now. And so we're going to forgive some of these unemployment payments were not going to make some of it taxable. So there was a proposal and place from Senator Durbin of Illinois to not tax $10,000.200 dollars of income from unemployment last year. That brusquely works out to that extra $600 a week bonus If you will, that a lot of unemployed people got from April through July, so that would basically make that extra money, not taxable. But it didn't make it. It's on the cutting room floor. It did not make the final stimulus bill. So at the moment, he's 2020 all of that income from unemployment is taxable for federal purposes and how our state's handling this. Yeah, it's a real mixed bag. Obviously, some states do not have income taxes at all states like Wyoming. S O. The unemployment insurance money is not taxable. Other states like California and Virginia have made their own laws to say that unemployment is different, You know, not normal income, so it shouldn't be subject to state taxation and barrel and actually just passed in the last few weeks, but distillations, saying they think the pandemic was unique. It was a horrible situation for so many, so they are excluding unemployment money from their state taxes just for the pandemic, period. So you've got a whole like a hodgepodge of different ways that this is handle across the country. But for most people, the real pain is coming because A lot of states even if they didn't inform people. T withhold any money for taxes very well. And even in some states, I've talked to a lot of people, including the article, like in California, even if somebody was diligent, and they did check the boxing Yes. Please withhold some tax money. I don't get socked with this big bill. At the end of the year. They're still getting finding that they owe the government money because the extra money that extra $600 from the spring and the extra $300 for parts of the fall. We're not like for whatever reason. States did not withhold taxes on that. It's a really bizarre choice that was made. And clearly people like Erica Rose in Los Angeles who was in your story. She's not happy. It's really hard for a lot of people. You're Erika's ways. People who've been unemployed since larger April of last year, and it's heartbreaking to talk to her and say she thought she was doing the right thing. She thought she was having Texas withheld, but she weighs. Still owes the federal government several $100. And that may not sound like a lot. But that's a lot of money when she's already behind on her rent payments, and she's surviving on unemployment, and she hasn't been able to find another job but isn't sure what shall have another job again. I mean, she just told me I there were she was recently at the grocery store only had $20 left to buy groceries and her bank account and Now she has the federal government $600 in taxes. The headline America's Jobless Owe.

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"henrique master" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"henrique master" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Outer banks is every other stake and i want to be exempt to just about every other state on the coast the west coast and the east coast have said they want the same treatment that have come brock an uproar yesterday and as we've heard this from democrats and republicans in south carolina governor henrique mastered there says there'd beaches need protection but same reason to florida beach need protection new york delaware maryland oregoncalifornia you name it they're all seeing the same thing and this raises questions about the arbitrary and capricious manner has what some people are saying with this decision was made and whether that could stand up to legal challenges if a book states to the court here this is the second time this week we've had this phrase arbitrary and capricious applied to the administration it's just the idea that they must apply the law in a fair and sensible way right right and that is the long process to be going forward with the tate lots of public comment a spokesman for zinke says a lot of it will be able to make a question make public comment here in governors are welcome to come and meet with zinke and expressed their concerns and they'll see how this goes forward greg thanks as always you're welcome and fierce greg gallon in miami this is npr news wnyc supporters include private schools bases independent brooklyn and bases independent manhattan hosting an open house with school leadership and faculty on saturday january twenty has more at basis independent dot com slash wnyc it's the end of chris christie is eight years as governor of.

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"henrique master" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"henrique master" Discussed on WTMA

"Twelve story of the fifty wtma traffic center what we've had some nice weather the last couple of days let's keep it rolling through your thursday mostly sunny and eighty five mostly cloudy slight chance of a shower tonight sixty nine and then we're back to mostly sunny on friday high temperature approaching ninety problems you weather center this as chief meteorologist rob valor on twelve fifty wtma the big talker sixty five northbound student adult big talker twelve fifty wtma wtma dealer carolina buddy delays that show charlie james good morning it's seven eleven eleven minutes fast seven o'clock on the big talker twelve fifty wtma wtma dot com coming up around seven thirty five this morning we're going to be talking with state senator larry grooms about the tax bill there was passed by the senate yesterday we'll find out exactly what's in it and whether or not he thinks that the governor is going to sign it now henrique masters already said that he's not going to sign a gas tax bill so we'll see what happens with that i don't know if you've been following the story about the leather bag turtles that washed up over there on ihop officials are now saying they were hit by boats the first leather back was found friday near fort montreal solomon's island another one found wild dunes allah poms on saturday mornings saturday morning so biologist got together and they started looking at this and they found out that the wounds were consistent with those sustained the by a large propeller likely from some of the big cargo ships that that we have going in and out of the board here in charleston now the department of natural resources say eight leather bags have been killed by boat so far this year the south carolina aquarium like we all know has a great wing that is dedicated their turtle rehabilitation and is treating two turtles right now or boats strikes marine biologist kaitlan mclaughlin i said that it's tough to prevent because sea turtles spend a lot of their time just below the surface.

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