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Fresh update on "holland" discussed on ESPN FC
"The app. 6 weeks. These were the scenes in Wendy when Jordan Henderson opened the scoring for England in their three year old victory over Senegal, beer, celebration, sweat, oh, I've got your wish you were in the middle of that break. Fantastic. Welcome into the latest edition of ESPN FC. I'm Dan Thomas joined by Craig Burley. Am I new arch enemy, frankly? Because of course it will be the book against Thomas. Shorts against trousers. Age against beauty in the quarter. Yes, exactly. By the way, there's no better time during those celebrations to go to the bar. Well, because. Go there now. Alex is very nice as well as our name as well to reflect on that victory for England. We'll be getting a few some guitar in a moment, but overall this was really weird. This was weird from an England perspective because it was easy. Once the scoring, their first 30 minutes was rubbish and you thought this is going to be like the USA game all over. By the way, the goal just transformed the game. And I don't just mean, oh, England went in, I mean, transformed the performance, the belief, because for the first pull up until the goal, England. And a similar way to Holland in a sense that people say, oh, and soaked it up, no Holland were poor in possession. That's why he made the changes at half time. England were poor in possession, Harry Maguire given away. They couldn't get the ball out to the full backs. Senegal had high energy and were pressing and heroin and they created those very good chances. So it wasn't, I mean, please nobody tell me this was a plan for England to set back and soak it up. England wanted to control this game. They couldn't job petford had to make saves. There was a handball on John stones, but I don't think it was a penalty, but it was one of those things. You know, it could happen. And then that brilliant brilliant goal transformed England and deflated Senegal. It wasn't the way South Korea, in my opinion, would have pictured it. But once they got it done, it was like a stranglehold. Then we saw the England that I think we all know is in there. It was like someone had just pulled the plug
Fresh update on "holland" discussed on The Steve Holland Retirement Wealth Show
"I cooked at the same time using the exact same ingredients. All right, hold on, I gotta give time for sealand to get this in. Two lasagnas cooked at exactly the same time with the exact same ingredients. And I take one cooked lasagna and put it on top of the other cooked lasagna. Do I still have two lasagnas or have they joined a lasagna collective? Dumbest question. Thank you. Do they become one lasagna? That's what he's saying, yes, right? Lasagna collective is an Italian cult. And it sounds dangerous, too. Keep my distance from them. See you later it's typing into the AI to ask this question. If I take two lasagnas that I cooked at the exact same time with the exact same ingredients and I put one on top of the other, do I still have two lasagnas? Okay, the AI is going to crunch this. This thing is supposed to be very, very smart. Although it doesn't know who I am, so I mean, I don't think that makes it look very good. Yes, you would still have two lasagnas, even though they are stacked on top of each other. I mean, that seems like a right answer to me. I don't know. I'm kind of with you. I think it might be one lasagna. 'cause if you did it with tacos, let's say, you take one taco, and you put it on another taco, you have one taco now. It's just a double double jacket taco. Dude, when the nachos get stuck together, it's one Nacho. Yeah, that's the way all this stuff works in the realm of food. You can ask the AI any question you want. I don't know if it's been impressive or not, but we'll take the questions regardless. So do that right now. Bring yourself over to the website. I like to ask it controversial questions. Like, why? How do you pronounce? Oh yeah, that's a tough one, because people say, jif or GIF and they fight over it. It's usually pronounced with a hard G sound like gift rather than a soft G like jif, GIF, GIF GIF. That seems right to me. I don't know. Graphic. I know that's also says your butt heading. No, shut that thing up. Delete the AI. Oh, we're going to hear from you. And to get to what you have going on, send us a dispatch right now at the news chunky dot com. You're listening to the news junkie weekend edition. News, traffic and weather, top and bottom of every hour. News radio WFLA. And I heart radio station. Breaking news out of Southwest Florida, a search is underway two miles out in the Gulf of Mexico after a single engine plane with two people aboard crashed shortly after takeoff from the Venice municipal airport authorities report that a recreational fisherman has found a body floating in the gulf right around the time of the crash. An overnight drive by shooting leaves a 13 year old Jacksonville boy dead, the boy was one of 5 people in a car heading home from football tryouts when somebody opened fire on them. Police are asking the public to call if they know who the gunman is. I asked the community this. Can we please stand together? Can we please fight this problem that we're having in our community? Because it's very frustrating, should not
Fresh update on "holland" discussed on The Steve Holland Retirement Wealth Show
"I explained the situation and they got their package delivered. When you deliver their package. Just a maze kept thanking me so much because they said their package would deliver and it never was. Roy sharpman is like the two most boring people in view. They say the package was delivered. What happened then? And then what happened then? Back and forth. They were just amazing. Thank you so much because I'm so awesome. They say Zach, you are the hero. We never thought we could have. What about this character? All right, we got a man now he's a great haired gray beard, old man with a mater shirt on. From cars, maybe he's gonna I would not have known that to save my life. You guys know the characters in cars. Yeah, of course you drew cars. You Pixar movie for God's sake. Good Chao. This guy's a big fan. It's one of those customers. He got a text message from FedEx saying that his package and a second one had been delivered. But why? We get a call, and a number I don't know. And I usually don't answer numbers I don't know. But I did. Got a toothpick in his mouth? It's gum. When you got that call and kind of heard the story of what had happened, what did you think? I didn't believe it. The most boring group of people. There are in Ohio, give him a break. This is exciting. Is everybody believe it? Folks, if you're in Ohio right now, is this how everyone in Ohio is? This is the most exciting thing to happen in the life. And everybody is sedated. It's like the entire populace has been hit with seasonal depression disorder. May actually be the case. My God, Ohio, you got to deliver more than this. Maybe you'll get more excited. But then after I met Zach and, you know, and that met him in person and talked to more in person, you know, I believed it. Charbonneau filed a complaint to FedEx tournaments under investigation. Oh, they're looking into it. It sounds like no, not at all. I asked Zach about why he chose to deliver the packages instead of just dropping them off with the police station. He says he wanted to make sure that each package got to where it was supposed to be and didn't end up in an evidence room or something else over the holiday. Oh, what a nice guy. Overall, but I guarantee you he thought about stealing that. Really because he had an outstanding warrant and he didn't want to go near the cops. Him probably is. And he's like, damn it, now I've got these in the vehicle now. Shoot, here's what I have to do. I gotta be a delivery guy. Let's go over to you, as I said, you can join the show with your dispatches, and a lot of you have already, and that's good to see. Go to the news junkie dot com right now, and let's see what you got. Here is Richard with a dispatch. This is my first time. And I've been listening to you guys for a while now, but it's driving me crazy. Sean, you got to listen to this guy by the name of Tom ferry. Tom ferry, you guys. I think Sean is living a double life. Listen to that voice. Check it out, guys. I've never heard of a Tom fairy. I don't know who that is. It's because you are Tom ferry. I'm not him. I'm not Tom ferry. I swear to God. I'm not living a double life. Is this a radio person? Why? I have no idea. The man sent four dispatches in a row with the same thing. Maybe on one of them, he tells us more information. Now, all the same. All exactly the same. All right, let's get another one in here. Here is D man seaman with dispatch. Hey junkies, I got a question for the AI. Okay. If I take two lasagnas that
Fresh update on "holland" discussed on The Steve Holland Retirement Wealth Show
"Know, if you're going to spend time looking at a screen, if you were going to do a video call anyway, then over time, I think it'll feel better to just teleport to a place and be there as a photo realistic version of yourself. It still looks so stupid. Why do they still not have legs? I have no idea. They put legs on them in one of the demos, but it would turn out it was fake. They buffet legs on them. And put them in there afterwards. This stuff is so stupid looking. I don't see the point of this. I think once again, like so many other things, like NFTs, right? This isn't me being an old man young at clouds. This is actually me being forward thinking. NFTs, things on the blockchain, cryptocurrencies in the metaverse. There's an idea in there somewhere, but nobody has found the perfect execution that's gonna make this a revolutionary thing. Right now it's just too stupid cartoon characters talking to each other. I think that that'll be pretty powerful. It's not powerful. Make it so that people are using this all the time. It's just to make it set the time that we all spend on screens already can be better. And I know this can happen. They look like such nerds. The guy's interviewing him like shaking his head, like, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Of course, Zuckerberg likes it. He looks more human in the metaverse. He probably has the axe more human surprising that I'm saying this, but it feels more human. Even though it does. It's like we can actually make eye contact in here. No, I'm looking at you. You can't realize. Yeah. That's true. I think what we see is, sorry, I have a hiccups. Oh my God. This is so stupid. All of this stuff is so dumb and ridiculous. We need something better. We need better ideas out there because this one is just not cutting it for me at least right now. Before we go to you and your dispatches, that's how you join us on the show, by the way. You don't have to worry about calling and hanging out on the phones or anything like that. You just send us what we call a dispatch. You can hit record on yours right now at the news junkie dot com. But let's jump into it. Let's do the greatest story in the world. Hold on, folks, because we're about to do the greatest story in the world. And the trophy for great historian the world today goes to Zach online. All right. Congratulations. Doctor Arnold. He's the hero that we needed, even though nobody truly asked for him to be so heroic. And he decided to take this upon himself. He's driving along the road in Ohio. And Zack sees on the side of the road a bunch of abandoned FedEx packages. So he throws him in his vehicle and he goes, I'm gonna deliver him myself. And he just goes around and starts delivering all the packages. All right. Yeah, some of them are flowers. What a nice guy. I can't believe he did that. He went out there, and he said, one by one, I'm gonna bring these to these people. I bet he thought about stealing them for at least a hot second. I really thought that's where this was going. That'd be the better story, I think. Let's see what he says here. We're driving along state rod one 23. His fiance saw FedEx truck with its flashers on, and she thought it looked like the driver was throwing something on the side of the road. This reporter's putting some into it. We
Scott Powell and Eric Reflect on the Pilgrim-Wampanoag Peace Treaty
"Whenever we talk about the Indians, of course, it's complicated because there's no such thing as the Indians. You have all of these Native American tribes, many of whom were, you know, genuinely bloodthirsty savages, and many of whom were absolutely wonderful and kind and gentle. So when we're talking about the wampanoags and it is interesting to me that it so happened that it was possible for them to have this wonderful beginning. Tell us a little bit more about that. But it is really, it's just astonishing when you talk about 50 50 year treaty with massasoit that was that squanto helped to broker, obviously they never would have been able to get a foothold these pilgrims and these English souls on American soil if it hadn't been for that. That's very true. It's true. You know, the hardship that they endured, the backstory of the pilgrims is equally fascinating. I mean, they were on ships that almost sank twice. First of all, they fled Great Britain because they were persecuted. You know, the leaders of the pilgrims went to jail for their beliefs. And anyway, they were released, and they made a second attempt to escape England to go to Holland, which was more tolerant, more religiously tolerant. They lived there for ten years, meanwhile, the Jamestown colony was successful, and they heard about that. And they realized that we would be better off going to the new world. And they viewed the new world in her brave terms. This is what's so remarkable about the pilgrims. William Bradford wrote the first 20 pages of his narrative of pilgrim's progress in Hebrew. He was a Christian, and yet he could write in Hebrew, and so he did.
Haaland sends Man City top with late winner against Fulham
"Erling Haaland returned from a two game absence to score an injury time penalty giving ten man Manchester City a two one win against Fulham Holland entered the game as a sub in the 64th minute and scored on a header before the goal was ruled offside by VAR He received another chance when Anthony Robinson hauled down Kevin De Bruyne in the box Julian Alvarez opened the scoring for city in the 17th minute but a red card left Manchester with ten men Andreas Pereira's penalty leveled the score in the 28th minute City leads the table by one point over arsenal which plays on Sunday I'm Dave fairy
Potter has losing return to Brighton; City tops EPL with win
"Kevin De Bruyne is free kick in the 49th minute allowed shorthanded Manchester City to beat Lester one nil De Bruyne curl to set piece from 25 yards at sailed over the Lester wall leaving city one point ahead of arsenal atop the table Prior to the goal cities offense continued to stall without striker erling Holland The EPL goal scoring leader was out with an ankle injury the manager Pep Guardiola says Holland should play in Wednesday's championship league game against Sevilla Arsenal plays Nottingham Forest on Sunday with a chance to move ahead of city Lester is in the relegation zone a point behind three teams I'm Dave ferry
Two late interceptions help Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins beat Steelers: Here's what we learned
"The dolphins entered a three game skid with two interceptions of Kenny Pickett in the closing minutes of their 1610 victory over the Steelers Pittsburgh was at the Miami 30 when javon Holland picked off picket and returned it 33 yards The second interception occurred after the Steelers got to the dolphins 25 to a ton of valoa returned from a concussion and threw an 8 yard TD pass to Raheem mostert on Miami's opening drive Ton of valoa was 21 of 35 for 261 yards Pickett was picked off three times while going 32 of 44 for 257 yards and a score I'm Dave ferry
Haaland's scoring streak goes on as Man City beats Brighton
"Erling Haaland has continued his record breaking scoring pace by netting two more goals to lead Manchester City's three one victory against Brighton Holland got his goals by halftime giving him 17 in the Premier League in 22 when just 15 games across all competitions Brighton closed within a goal early in the second half but Kevin De Bruyne made it three to one in the 75th minute It was cities league high 36th goal through 11 games The outcome leaves city a point behind first place arsenal which plays on Sunday against Southampton Brighton is tied for 8th in the standings I'm Dave ferry
Stevenson, Patriots' D back Zappe in 29-0 win over Lions
"The Patriots were winners in Bailey's first NFL start Blanking the lion's 29 zero Zappy fumbled and had an interception but he also completed 17 of 21 passes for 188 yards Defense push a shutout Holland played played really well receivers played well It was a team effort today and it was nice to get to win Raman ray Stevenson rushed for a career best 161 yards and Kyle Duggar returned to fumble 59 yards for a TD Jacoby Myers had 7 receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown Jared Goff was 19 to 35 for 229 yards one interception and a fumble for the one in four lions I'm Dave ferry
Haaland nets 20th goal of season as City beats Southampton
"Erling Holland continued his scoring binges Manchester City hammered Southampton for nil The Norwegian striker now has goals and ten straight games through all competitions and 15 in league play Holland's goal in the 65th minute cap the scoring for manager Pep Guardiola's team He is so high that people respect is going to score every game three or four So by the end he was there to score it Jose can't sell it when Phil Foden delivered first half goals And Riyad Mahrez scored in the 49th minute City leads the table by two points over arsenal The Gunners take on Liverpool in London on Sunday I'm Dave ferry
Reality check for United as City wins Manchester derby 6-3
"Legal scoring leader erling Holland notched his third hat trick of the season All in cities last three league home games Holland scored twice in the space of three minutes late in the first half Phil Foden also had a three goal performance The last one putting city ahead 6 to one in the 72nd minute Man city moved back within one point at first place arsenal
Smith INT sets up game-ending FG as Bears beat Texans 23-20
"Cairo Santos drilled a 30 yard field goal as time expired to give the bears a 23 20 win over the Texans Roquan Smith picked off a pass that they used in 30 and brought it back to the 12 setting up the game winning kick Khalil Herbert ran for a career high 157 yards and two touch dance for Chicago We were just trying to find a way to win any way we can you know Holland is a great job at block and help open up holes for me So I was just able to punch it in Justin Fields also ran for a score but was just 8 of 17 for 106 yards and two interceptions Davis mills threw for 245 yards completing 20 of 32 passes He had a touchdown and two interceptions I'm Dave ferry
Celebrating Rosh Hashanah This Sunday
"By the way I want to wish All my Jewish friends and maybe non Jewish friends depending Russia Shawna coming Their Sunday And happy new year That's the happy new year the new year And on the Jewish calendar It's one of the high holy days And so it's one of the most important Holland Holidays Follow the not far by yom kippur which I would say is the most important of the high holidays You can Google them Maybe next week I'll talk about them a lot better if you like But that is a very very important holiday To be with family and so forth I happen to have a fantastic rabbi Rabbi Hip hop is one of the fastest growing parts of Judaism not just in America but around the world and there's a reason for it And his name is haim Cohen There's a lot of Cayenne Cohen's out there but there's only this one for me And for our family but I used to be what they would call a reform Jew not reform to ED reform Jew But I resigned from that Because as an institution it is mostly useless And way too political way too left wing way too Democrat I got sick of it I've talked about when I was a little kid we would go to a reform sitting on it but they had a great rabbi there birch from corn He had been a rear admiral Actually he wrote about the Civil War the role of the Jews in the Civil War is quite a Patreon
Haaland scores 11th EPL goal, City beats 10-man Wolves 3-0
"Erling Haaland continues to rack up goals and Manchester City continues to rack up wins in a three zero shutout of Wolverhampton Holland netted his 11th league goal in 7 games a strike from outside the box that gave city a two zero lead after just 16 minutes The game was just 55 seconds old when Jack Grealish put the league co leaders ahead Phil Foden assisted on the greelish goal and capped the scoring in the 69th minute for manager Pep Guardiola aside The first 50 20 minutes we were so aggressive but we were not able to control the build up in the second box in the long and they could run And again was dangerous City pace is the league with 23 goals I'm Dave ferry
"holland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And I'm hearing it from you, our listeners. Try saving some something. Slide 7 5%, and then work your way up. That's the advice I give to everyone. Try save in something and work your way up. And if, you know, you're getting a little bit late in your savings. Try actually working a little bit harder and save a little bit more, because on this side of the test, and I would say it, we see people who have no retirement savings at all, and at the age of retirement, and they don't know what to do. So you're saying, have people start, maybe it's 7%, and then maybe a year of 5 tries. Yeah, try 5 and 7, maybe get you up to ten, 15%. Yes. Or you can call Stephen Elizabeth Holland and they'll build you a plan. Not all people can do things by themselves. That's why, well, we go to doctors. I don't think we want to fill a cavity ourselves in our kitchen. So we go to a dentist, right? If the air conditioning needs to be fixed, guess what? We call an air conditioning expert, the car needs a mechanic. And there are certain things we can do ourselves. You got handy people out there, but there are things we can't do. And this is where Steven Elizabeth Holland, this is where they excel. This is where they love to help you. Call them at the Holland group retirement wealth advisers. So when you call them, they learn about you They learn what you currently have. They learn about where you want to go, what your dreams are with the aspirations are, and they build you that plan. Everyone is different, so all plans are different. If you call Stephen Elizabeth Holland, they will build you a plan that covers investing. They'll give you a retirement plan. They'll do it complimentary. They'll do this with no cost, no obligation. You've got a call. That is the only requirement is you call and say, hey, Steve, Elizabeth. Can you help me? And the answer is yes. 727-228-6449, or you can send a text and they'll get right back to you. You can text the word retire to 47 47 47. That's text the word retire. To 47 47 47. Very simple process and Stephen Elizabeth Holland would love to go to work for you right away. Complimentary no obligation. Now, these late to the party retirement savers should still engage with employer based retirement plans and accounts. Is that correct? Yeah, absolutely. Don't ignore that stuff. These are benefits. They're called benefits for a reason. So if your company offers you a 401k, try to contribute as much as you can, and if you can't contribute that much, please don't leave money on the table. You know, contribute at least the amount up to where the employer matches. So you take what we call free money, right? Absolutely should. Any contributions are made, of course, on a pre-tax basis, meaning it reduces your taxable income in the year of your contribution. Please don't ignore this. Yeah, so also the interest and earning growth tax free until you are toward the funds and retirement, which will be treated as ordinary income. But against if it is so important for them to get started. And that seemed to be the big push that I get from so many people who call and I haven't started yet, I need to do something I need to get started. Try saving at least 5%. If 5% is too much, try what 3% work your way up right now you can contribute a maximum of 20,500, a tax year for in 401k, and if you're at least age 50, civil you're not even there yet. I'm not taught it's not that easy. You can make an additional catch up contribution of 6000 500 a year. Yeah, that's $27,000. That is incredible. That's fantastic. And a lot of people just take this for granted. And we say no, no, no, no. Please don't do that. We have seen a lot of people over the years accumulate a $1 million or more many that come in here. Much more. Double that. Even triple that. And they did it with, you know, they didn't come out of high school or college and all of a sudden make a hundred grand a year. You know, they started out and they worked hard, but they were consistent, savers. Discipline and focus. That's right. Discipline and focus and that's what we encourage that you dial into. What about IRAs? So if you don't have a 401k, if you're thinking right now, you're listening to us and you say, yeah, I work for a really small firm. We don't have a 401k. So I don't know what to do. We'll take out a traditional IRA, or a Roth IRA, even better, depending on your age and your circumstances. But realize that you'll need to save more since you won't be getting matched funds from your employer. So you might be behind the 8 ball a little bit, but you can contribute $6000 per year. As you mentioned, Elizabeth catch up phase. If you're 50 years or older, that's $6000 increases to a total of 7000. So that's great. That's a great start. And so I just want to mention this because so many of you don't realize that your job, your employer offers you this 401k or IRA. Right. Just keep in mind, contact your HR people, talk to them, talk to your plan administrator, because I think a lot of you don't realize what's really out there for you. And if you don't have that, if you say, HR person, oh, for crying out loud. I work at a firm where there's three employees. Obviously, you don't have that department. But keep in mind, you can invest in individual retirement accounts. The only HR I have is HR puffin stuff. I remember that. I remember that the electric company. That was. Marty. HR puffin stuff, yeah, remember and it was also the banana splits also. Oh yeah, I remember that. I remember that. Yeah, exactly. I've got it in there. Okay. That's your HR department right there, HR public stuff. Oh my gosh, I can't believe you. Talk about talk about a blast from the past, right? Yes. So the next pitfall you should be you should actually avoid is not having a financial plan people. You've got to have a financial plan. If you have stepped up your savings rate, that's totally awesome. But in order to get the most out of those dollars, you need to have a comprehensive,
Haaland scores another hat trick, City thrashes Forest 6-0
"Erling Holland had a hat trick for the second straight game as Manchester City ransacked Nottingham Forest 6 nil Holland has a league leading 9 goals through 5 games after netting three in a 26 minute span of the first half The goals gave Pep Guardiola's team a three zero lead by the 38th minute Germany started to do hit Incredible He didn't touch one ball before the first goal The first ball contact the score go Julian Alvarez added a pair of goals in the second half His first since his off season arrival from River Plate city tops the league with 19 goals I'm Dave ferry
Rampant Liverpool scores 9, Haaland nets hat trick for City
"Erling Holland notched his first Premier League hat trick while guiding Manchester City to a four two victory over Crystal Palace The three goal performers came after palace built a two zero lead after just 21 minutes Bernardo Silva began the city come back 8 minutes into the second half Holland followed with three in the space of 20 minutes giving him 6 goals already this season It was the fourth time in 6 league games in which city has fallen two goals behind City has ten points through four games two behind first place arsenal palace has four points I'm Dave ferry
City bounces back to draw 3-3 at Newcastle in Premier League
"Manchester City dropped points for the first time this season needing a pair of late goals to salvage a three three deadlock against Newcastle City received goals in the space of four minutes after the hour mark from erling Holland and Bernardo Silva to salvage a point at Saint James park Newcastle scored three straight to take a three one lead The last coming on Kieran Trippier's free kick in the 54th minute Miguel almiron and Callum Wilson also scored for Newcastle who like city is unbeaten in three games The Thai leaves arsenal is the Premier League's only three and O team I'm Dave ferry
Both NKC Schools & Tom Holland Call for Less Cell Phone Usage
"Northern Kansas City, the northern Kansas City school system has announced that they have some new enforcement procedures to limit cell phone use at school. The district has stated that from 7 43 a.m. to two 40 p.m. student cell phone use is prohibited during class time from bell to bell. Cell phones are only to be used before or after school during a passing period or during lunch. Because they say that students help when you at school has been identified as a tremendous distraction. And while the deployment of the district issued macbooks, cell phones are now unnecessary for academics throughout the school day. I think this is a great idea. And I think it goes to the home as well and getting your kids off social media. I want to talk to Tom Holland is the actor who plays Spider-Man. And he just came out and made an announcement about leaving social media. And I think a step like this helps take your kid away from the constantly having their head in the phone. Here's Tom Holland. Hi guys. So I've been trying to make this video for about an hour now and for someone that has spent the last 1314 years however long I've been acting. Is it that long? Yeah, and probably is that long. I can not seem to say what I need to say without umming and arriving every 5 minutes. So I'm going to try again. So I have taken a break from social media for my mental health because I find Instagram and Twitter to be overstimulating to be overwhelming. I get caught up and I spiral when I read things about me online and ultimately it's very detrimental to my mental state, so I decided to take a step back and delete the app. That's fantastic. I think it's a great message for kids. I really do, because they have their heads in the phone all the
Kelly Tshibaka: Lisa Murkowski Works Directly Against Alaskans
"How are you feeling about tomorrow I know internal polls every everybody says great internal polls but your candidacy is different Everybody tells me they've got great internal polls I'm people who are not necessarily conservative or kind of swampy but know me from prior runs are like hey she's given Lisa Murkowski real trouble So how are you feeling I'm feeling excited The polls on the ground here in Alaska is electric Murkowski's approval rating is as low as Joe Biden's across anchorage which is about half the population of the state That's our urban area Our urban areas tend to be more blue But you've got to work to have an approval rating as low as Joe Biden's And in Alaska Biden's approval rating is much lower than it is in the rest of the U.S. We are a state that voted for president Trump twice by double digits So up here we know that she's become a D.C. insider She'll do whatever the people in Washington D.C. want her to do which is directly against the interests of the people of Alaska She says that she cares about energy and energy development but then she's the one who cast the tie breaking vote for Biden's radical environmentalist Deb haaland to be our interior secretary And as dove Holland who's spearheading the energy annihilating agenda against America and shut down fossil fuel production killing our energy industry she says she cares about your gun rights but she's the one who colluded with Joe Biden to vote for red flag laws and end up killing our Second Amendment rights twice this year She did that She lost her NRA endorsement as a result She says one thing in Alaska but then she does the exact opposite in Washington D.C. And that's why alaskans are saying everywhere It's time for a change whether they're Democrat or Republican we have a lot of common sense Democrats in Alaska and they just don't line up with Joe Biden or his chief enabling officer that CEO Lisa Murkowski
Man City earns 2nd win by thrashing Bournemouth 4-0 in EPL
"Manchester City is two O following a four zero win over Bournemouth leaving manager Pep Guardiola pretty pleased After which score one two the second half you know when they don't want to tackle it when the president just more be patient And you know warm day like it's not easy for many reasons Erling Holland was held in check by Bournemouth after scoring twice in the opener But city received goals from ilke gundogan Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden along with an own goal It was condon's 50th goal for city and opened the scoring in the 19th minute I'm Dave ferry
Motown songwriter-producer Lamont Dozier dead at 81
"Motown songwriter Lamont ozier of the team Holland Dozier Holland has died at the age of 81 I'm marchesa a letter with the latest So many classic Motown hits were written by Lamont ozier and Eddie and Brian Holland Here's Dozier in the 2009 AP interview listing the hits he wrote just for the supremes Where did I love go baby love stop in the name of love reflections you can't hurry love love is here now you're gone I hear symphony Whenever I'm with you there are other hits include heat wave reach out I'll be there and how sweet it is to be loved by you Does your sugar pie honey bunch because his grandfather called women that bernadette was inspired because Holland Dozier and Holland each had trouble with women with that name
"holland" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And investment plan. This is comprehensive, and this is complementary. And this is a no obligation engagement. You're not obligated to let the hollands show you what they can do for you. What about a second opinion? How long have you been with your current broker or financial adviser? When was the last time? Just for schnitz and giggles that my name should get schnitz and giggles. Just get a second opinion. Let's Stephen Elizabeth Holland and the whole team there. Let them look over your current adviser or broker's shoulder and give you a second opinion. They might say, hey, things are looking okay here. Or they might say this is bad. This is bad. Oh, this is a wreck. Man, we can do so much better for you as far as having a more concise financial plan. Get the second opinion. Again, complimentary, no obligation. 727-228-6449 just call and ask. It's that easy. 727-228-6449 online. It's ask the hollands dot com all the contact information is on the website. Let's talk about the potential of a looming recession rightly so people ought to be concerned what kind of recession if it's going to hit us. Is it going to be quick? Is it going to be looming? Is it going to move into a stagflation situation? Does recession turn to depression? I think a lot of people have concerns and a lot of people have questions. Absolutely. So after two years of the coronavirus, a recession and a rapid recovery that we saw, remember that the super V wow. That was incredible. I mean, the market came tanking down and boom within 30, 40 days. It was right back to where it was, even surpassing that. Americans now, they're worried that the economy could swiftly decline again. And you know, according to a recent study of nearly 4000 adults, they're saying that 81% of these participants said that they think the United States economy is likely to experience a recession this year in 2022. So that includes around 91% of the Republicans and 73% of Democrats surveyed. Wow. All right guys, so what are the measures that can be taken to keep stormy economic conditions from drowning people's retirement plans? Oh, well putt, yeah. So when retiring in a recession, retirees might want to consider a part time job. You know, people hate when we say that. But you know, the bottom line is, how are you going to fund your lifestyle? And if things change economically, you might want to pick up a part time job after leaving full-time employment. You know, a part time job can actually help to reduce your withdrawals from your retirement account and this is going to allow the balance to recover from a market correction. And having some income in retirement can help you to postpone collecting your social security benefits. If you can postpone social security, remember every year that you do that, it's going to grow by about 8%. So I heard this caller last week said to me, you know, you guys and schnitz really talk a lot about savings and retirement planning. And I listened to the show faithfully every single day. Well, thank you, by the way, for that person. Yes. Absolutely. But the one thing the person was telling me is that I am retired. Fully retired, but I'm sorry, I'm not fully retired, because I'm still working a little bit. So I'm working a little bit as chump change because it keeps me going in for my retirement money. So I've been taking you guys advice, and I thought, wow. Colossal. It makes very, very good sense because the longer you can save your retirement wealth, the better the chance not only having it there for you, but also inflation adjusting it over the years. So I told him I'm going to use this on the radio. He said, ignorance is a very, very hard lesson. And it's super expensive. It certainly is. So consider this scenario. If you work for 20 hours a week, at $12 an hour, you'll learn about $960 a month or 12 thousand per year. That's equivalent to about 12% annual distribution on a portfolio value about a 100,000. And that's nothing to really, you know, be leaving on the table a few words. Right. Except, of course, now isn't minimum wage like 15, 15, $16 an hour. I don't know, but I know we don't talk about minimum wage in the software because nobody makes that. Yeah, that's for sure. Okay, so another thing to consider is that your portfolio will have more time to recover if you keep working part time. And this is one of the reasons why we invest the way that we do. And one of the ways that we invest that has working very, very well now, and whenever we have a storm, is having a portion of your wealth in an annuity. An annuity is not just for the safety. An annuity is for future income. Civil income. Stable income. And we say it all the time, retirement is not about your net worth, retirement is about monthly, sustainable, inflation adjusted, preferably taxed advantage income because as we often say, your retirement, it may be 20 to 30 years of unemployment. So you've got to make sure that you've got this income strategy to weather the storm. So make sure you have an income strategy. You know, it was with you get calls all the time where people say, what is an income strategy? I don't have one, and I'm not really even sure how to build one. And that's fine because that's what we do. That's what we do. Every call I ask the same question, are you looking for income in the near future or is this something for legacy plan? Are you making this income in all the money that you have saved? Are you ready for retirement? Most people are not ready between the ages of let's say 45 and maybe 60 or so they're not ready because the question comes up to, I don't want to part time job. When I retire, I am done. Right. So I do hear that and reference to a note 8. They would say to me, well, you know, what type of annuity would I be getting? Because I hear bad things. Right, because not every annuity is the same. Now, I got to say it and I've said it for many, many decades now. Variable annuities. I traditionally call a variable annuity. The twisted evil sister of the mutual fund, because variable annuities have been the leader, if you will, in hidden implicit fees. There's a lot of implicit hidden fees inside these investments and we're not crazy about them. So that's something that's very, very important to recognize that hasn't gone away. It's gotten a lot better in the past ten, 15 years, but it hasn't entirely gone away. We like fixed annuities and we like fixed equity linked of type of annuities where your principal is safe and again, we can eventually turn those assets into a personal pension. The number to call Stephen Elizabeth Holland to see how they can work with you and help you is 727-228-6449. There are so many avenues in which you can travel from an investment standpoint. Listen, Steve was just talking about annuities how there are multiple annuities products on the market in various categories and then in the various categories there are multiple, many, many to choose from and some are better than others. So how do you navigate those waters is an annuity product right for you. It's right for many, maybe not right for all, and how do you make sure that you're not getting clobbered with fees? How do you make sure that your gains are not being chewed up like PacMan with fees? All you have to do is call Stephen Elizabeth Holland at the Holland group retirement wealth advisers and they are happy to walk you through this process because what they're going to do is they are going to meet with you, they're going to find out everything they need to know about your goals, your dreams, your desires, what your current resources are and how to come up with a financial plan, a strategy at a retirement plan that fits the borders, the boundaries of where you are.
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"Here are your hosts Steve at Elizabeth Holland Stop Now were you thinking I was going to say in the name of love maybe so But let me do this again Let me redo the lyric And maybe we can get the band to crank up in the background but here's the new lyric stop Procrastinating on your retirement plan What do you think All right I think it could be a hit Yes I definitely do It could be in the top ten That's a smash right there That was terrible folks But listen I think we've got the point across do you drag your feet when it comes to your finances and retirement savings Hey it's a very common problem but today hey we've got some tips to help you fix it To help you get the let out so to speak And this is what we're going to spend some time on right now This is retirement success Todd MJ schnitz here along with Steve and Elizabeth Holland Now how can we get people to recognize the corrosive impact of procrastination especially when it comes to retirement planning Steve Elizabeth Well you know we asked that question a long time ago and one of the ways that we do that and again the question was how do you get people to recognize the corrosive impact of procrastinating How incredibly expensive it can be to procrastinate We've got let's see here You come through the front door at the Holland group You make a left You walk down the hall and bam There's your first poster and it's clearly illustrating lifestyles of the rich and famous who have passed away and the procrastination the cost of procrastination And I'm talking about Michael Jackson princess die Yep I mean we've got we've got so many celebrities on the wall showing what happened to their estate Their taxes their family a prince another one That was kind of an entangled mess and they listened recently I sure as heck hope that meatloaf and Louie Anderson I hope they had things in order Right right Absolutely And you know what I tell clients is this They were so good at what they did They didn't know their time was up And isn't that the same for all of us No everyone's good really really good at something It may be your hobby It's probably your vocation If you're listening to this program you're probably excellent at what you do You've accumulated some good wealth but you know what Nobody knows when the music stops Nobody knows when your time is up You've got to be prepared So people telling me this all the time I have years to make that decision because I believe that I want to deal with that decision So that's no need to push things to Russian to things anymore Right Yeah Yeah I've got plenty of time Plenty of time Yeah you may have time but you've actually you have no time to waste That's really what you want to say You may have time but you really have no time to waste Pick a reasonable deadline Commit yourself to act on the choices that are presented to you by your financial adviser If you don't have one if you don't have an adviser asking the right questions or you don't have an adviser at all it may set you back an awful lot Right Listen there's a reason why all the baseball players just don't go out on the field by themselves There's a reason why all the football players is a reason why you have Arians on the sideline with the Buccaneers it's called a coach It's called it's called having direction And I think it's important about how you guys are really the ultimate financial coaches absolutely So you know Elizabeth you had a great point You know people tell you all the time I've got years I got a lot of time No need to rush this I put a rich That's what I hear as well Oh that's only for rich people Yeah 24 rich people I don't have that kind of money I don't have that kind of investment And they don't understand even if they have a 100,000 or a little bit more or a lot more they're going to be affected by not making the clear decisions that they need to that they need to make Right So coming up at number two we have the someday syndrome So I know that's a total procrastination I can't tell you how many times I've heard some somebody say investment in conservatively because they don't want to lose a penny not a single penny I had this conversation yesterday So I sat with a duke a client and she said to me you know what I want to make sure I get about 6 to 8 or 10% maybe on my investment but I don't want to lose a penny of this money So I have worked so hard for it So I would like stock market returns with T Bill risk That's called investment euphoria Unfortunately it doesn't exist Yeah that's called unreal is tick That's right Right Not 6% 5% You know I want about if I could get 10% I'll be great Well again listen I'm the lay person here I'm the radio personality You guys are the financial pros But.
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"Hollands dot com that's ask the Holland's dot com That is the number to get a hold of Steve and Elizabeth Holland Now what should people do Steve Elizabeth What should folks do to ensure that they do have a retirement plan that is going to actually sustain them So the first question I ask everyone is do you need income when they actually calling to see You know what can we do to help Right The question is sometime no I don't I don't need income Most of the time is as soon as I get into retirement I'm going to need income So the first thing you really need to do is to develop an income plan detail and exactly how much you're going to need because that's the second question I ask every single person Right How much are you going to need each year to fund your lifestyle and exactly where that money coming from Well it's going to come from my retirement my retirement accounts Retirement accounts social security maybe even a part time job if they're doing that Some people want a whole lot who's getting retired now in a younger stage I want to hold off on social security but want us to calculate when would be a good time for them to sort it in social security And you know some people out there right now they're rolling their eyes like oh man it's the old budget conversation I got to calculate how much Well you know the bottom line is yeah we need to do this at least once We'll take it from there once it's built and we will help you down the road but your lifestyle how you want to live is crucial we've got to obviously pay for it It's not going to be free So I like the answer I got a couple of days ago in reference when I asked do you have a budget And she said to me we do have a budget but unfortunately there's a big hole in the budget Big hole right Right The hole in the budget That's kind of like when you and I go out to dinner and we have a glass of wine and the server comes by to check on us I pick up the goblet and I say something's wrong with this goblet The wine just disappeared Yeah fell out But I never heard there's a hole in a budget before There was that song There's a hole in the bucket Dear What was that Like an old folk song right Right right yeah I forgot to do Liza There's a hole in the bucket I'm trying to remember the old song As we move on here guys another question Isn't this roughly the point where most people begin to struggle when their eyes start to glaze over and you know Steve Elizabeth how can your team at the Holland group retirement wealth advisers How can you help people to look at whatever potential shortfalls or looming for them how these can be avoided at how does your expertise assist you in helping our listeners to build a plan and feel good So when we talk about building a plan it's really important for people to understand and our listeners to understand what that plan consists of So when we see too many investors at this point close to retirement they really have a misunderstanding and on how this really works So because there's a lot of people who do it themselves and feel that you know I really need I have this I got this but we've got to stay focused on growing and preserving your money And that's a hard job for a lot of people to do who don't have the experience we do in reference in making financial plans and adjusting that plan for their needs So we always say we want you to have consistent income We don't want you to have you know will tell you each month or to income might be there's no there's no possibility on that We want you to understand there is the company the whole group retirement dwelt advisers we do this for a living We make all these adjustments and we're able to handle it without any problems We have a formula that works and it works really really well Yeah and in addition to that if we look at the opposite because there are a lot of investors that come here where they are heavily invested in the stock market and many times we say look you've been growing your wealth for a long time You got to switch gears You've got to switch gears now You got to preserve your wealth which means invest a little bit differently do not invest in a way that you don't have control You don't have control over a year account if you have all of your money in the stock market or it's crazy I've said it a million times Stocks and bonds and mutual funds Everything you have in your 401k they're actually called securities which is very bizarre because there's nothing secure about them If we were to label some investments securities wouldn't you say we would call bank CDs and government bonds securities Because they're secure Wouldn't we call money market accounts Securities They're secure right But we actually have investments that can lose half of their value or more They're called security Securities are not secure So make sure you know Why is that How did that happen How did Something that's volatile securities Right Well it's the same way you can invest in the bond market And you go to see a bond broker and they say to you hey MJ I've got some great high yield bonds And you say oh I like the sound of that High yield That means I'll get a lot of money A high rate of return or I'll get a lot of income But you know what the other name for high yield bonds is Junk That's right They are the exact same things But a song spent It sounds like I need to really be invested in high yield bonds Where does that hold on It makes sense to me now The bond broker is called Sanford and son And your portfolio is now up on a bunch of cinder blocks to try to keep it stable Yeah it's crazy but our industry we name everything twice We have a client He's a retired physician He's actually a surgeon And he said to me one time Steve I'm kind of embarrassed to ask you this I don't know anything about this And I said well that's fine Most people don't who come here They're excellent at what they do but they're not pros of this We do this every day He goes can you explain to me the difference between a stock and an equity And at first I kind of looked down like okay is he serious Yeah he is All right And I smiled And I said well there is no difference A stock is an equity and equity is a stock And just like we consider cash a cash is a money market account Cash is a checking account We even call fixed annuities cash.
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"And the MJ morning show I'm here with Steven Elizabeth Holland The proprietors the principles at the Holland group Steve Elizabeth great to be back with you You know there are numerous options that could make you downright dizzy The truth is people underestimate the complexities that exist within preparation for retirement and often they find themselves in way over their head If this sounds familiar you could turn to friends or YouTube for advice or you could do yourself a favor and sit down with professionals like Steve and Elizabeth Holland for a second opinion on your current plan to make sure that it's optimized to meet your specific needs and goals in retirement Steve of course known as the second opinion guy why not let Steve see if he can help you grow your retirement savings So unfortunately we're out understanding the long-term effects on one's decision over another We see this all the time even someone is retired They may not see a problem for several years because they're still in that wow and that wow stage a few words I have enough money but it gets harder to recover from any poor decisions that they make in reference when they are in retirement Yeah we got that big problem now Yes Big big problem that everyone's talking about It's called inflation inflation is going to erode your income over time If you don't have a plan in place to battle it you know that's why we've been saying for 30 years your retirement is going to be 20 to 30 years of unemployment You better have an inflation adjusted income strategy So when you say that a lot of people don't understand how to do the calculation when you do the inflation adjusted strategy for clients And in that portfolio we could show our clients exactly what number and what dollar amount is going to affect them long term Absolutely And when you look at the stock market this is something else that we say It's bad enough that inflation is so high Now we've got this market volatility of course that can change your retirement outcome That's for sure if you have too much invested in equities and the market starts going the wrong way What if the market starts to go the wrong way and you've got an adviser that says don't worry hang in there everything will be okay Do you remember we did investment seminars And we talked about two investors One who retired in 1990 by the end of 1999 he got income that he needed for ten years and his portfolio doubled Then the other investor was one who retired January 2nd the year 2000 Well the year 2000 2001 2002 he had three years in a row that the market lost just shy of 50% Then he had a couple years later 2007 8 First quarter 2009 another 50% and the bottom line was the first investor doubled their portfolio the second guy who retired at the wrong time went broke And this can happen And that's why you have to have a really good strategy for your retirement And of course we haven't even talked about healthcare yet So healthcare is a huge deal because we know that healthcare could potentially you know just knock out your investments And if you have poor health it's really important for you to say that to your adviser Discuss it because we're not going to know it unless you tell us and that's something that's really big when we do our first appointment with our prospective clients We ask them how is your health Because we know we have to factor X amount of dollars for healthcare expenses It's kind of like talking to your doctor And you tell your doctor oh I'm in great health You know I'm perfect I'm ten pounds underweight and you know I don't have I'm not taking any meds and what if the exact opposite was the truth Right Is that going to help your doctor No Or you go for a physical and let's say you have a pain somewhere in your body that has been bugging you for 6 months and you don't tell the doctor while you're at the appointment for your yearly physical that's problematic I think the best way to envision a healthcare and potential healthcare costs is that picture a submarine firing a torpedo and then think of downrange is your retirement and that torpedo really could just obliterate your savings and that torpedo of course is a potential healthcare expenses Oh absolutely Yeah so fidelity now says for a husband and wife age 65 or older they need what's the new number 300,000 300,000 in a edition to what they've saved to generate income And no one wants to hear that Right So they basically feel like you know hey I am good health I'm good to go I don't need to save that kind of money Right Just call Steven Elizabeth at the office 727-228-6449 that 727-228-6449 If you ever miss the number it's up on the website And I encourage you to take a look at the Holland's website anyway and that's ask the.
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"Holland group retirement wealth advisers Hey folks Schmidt here from the schnitzel and the MJ morning show And I'm in studio again with Steve and Elizabeth Holland and guys great to be with you and we have a special guest So we've got a fourth person on the show today We do yes And I know that we're very excited about this This individual is someone Steve Elizabeth that you guys work with quite regularly He is a lawyer He is a certified public accountant That is a dynamic duo right there folks We want to introduce Bruce Willy And Steve Elizabeth you guys go to Bruce for a lot of questions regarding the law and taxes and well CPA questions Give us before we introduce Bruce formerly give us an example of when you bring Bruce Willy into the picture Okay so Bruce helps us to reduce the pain and suffering of our clients So we deal with so many people that are business owners So many you know people come in and they say hey I've got a small business I've got two I've got 5 I've got ten employees and business is great but every single year you know I pay a lot of taxes And I don't know what I can do I've got a 401k I've got as many benefits as I possibly can for my employees I'm doing everything that my CPA tells me to do but every single year my tax bill keeps going up higher and higher and higher So Bruce comes in and he looks at their entire operation and he puts together plans for them And he shows them all the things that they can do and Elizabeth I want to stress legally Yes Legal Absolutely legal strategies that exist to reduce your taxes because you know we've never met We've been doing this for 30 years We've never met anyone who has stated yeah I'd like to help out the IRS a little bit I'm comfortable paying a little bit more Well without any further delay let us introduce lawyer and CPA Bruce Willy Bruce welcome to retirement success Thanks everybody I'm glad to be here Now we have a lot of questions for you if you don't mind So we're going to get a lot in in a short period of time First of all can you explain the difference between a tax preparer and a tax planner Oh certainly and this is a personal experience right So when I began my journey to become a planner I was meeting with my largest client And at the time he liked to go through the tax returns page by page He had 7 companies a rather robust individual tax return so we would literally go through a thousand pages of documents Wow This one particular year how many cups of coffee Several several breaks including lunch We're included in that and many many pots of coffee So it was a very laborious day But this one particular year we had gotten some bad information and so the estimate was way off and he owed a substantial amount of money I had called the company told the controller what it was going to be asked him to write a check you know bring it down so we were prepared to ship everything off And this gentleman told his controller not to do it And we get to the end of the meeting and he's angry You can tell that he's not happy about what's going on and he pulls out his little wallet sized checkbook and starts writing a check to the IRS and his wallet sized checkbook and it was for over a $100,000 Oh my gosh So he wanted to write the check himself He said I never want to forget the pain of writing this check Nice Wow Yeah that is pretty painful writing a $100,000 plus check to the IRS Now that was his pain my pain came shortly thereafter because he handed it to me and then he put his hand on top of mind and stared me in the eye and said tell me we're doing everything we can to legally reduce this tax bill Wow And that was my guess the question is though were they doing extremely well with their business that they had just a whole lot more income and that's why they were paying more taxes Well they were but there's ways that you can and this is what I learned as a result of that conversation I realized I had become a preparer and I wasn't thinking ahead I wasn't being proactive to benefit my client And so with that I began a journey of what can we do to help a business owner legally reduce his income tax bill Which means reducing your income You can have the best year ever but you can still control to some extent the amount of income that you pay tax on Absolutely And there's tried and true ways that have been in the code for years And some of the ways you've heard about some of the ways you haven't heard about And they work And they're legal and you document them and you move on And you get to keep more of your hard earned money Right And a lot of people really don't know that they have the ability to have these savants a lot of people don't even realize that it's out there for them They look at the IRS and say oh my gosh another payment to the IRS but there are some great benefits that they can get from their taxes and that's what you do You show people exactly how you can help business owners Now you have to be a business owner to really utilize all of these benefits Right to utilize Bruce's benefits Sadly you can't be a W two employee Now there's other things that we can do here at the Holland group we can do but when we bring in the big guns when we bring in Bruce it's a business owner or business owners They pay $75,000 or more every year in taxes and you know that's a huge value because there really isn't anyone else in Tampa Bay that does this Let me give you the number here quickly because again if you fit this criteria any way you slice it whether you're an individual whether you're an employee or you own a business there are absolutely ways to reduce your tax bill If you fit the criteria where Bruce Willy comes in if you're a business owner whether it's a small business a medium business a large business when you work with Steve and Elizabeth Holland at the Holland group retirement wealth advisers and you've got tax questions they can bring in Bruce and Bruce with his journey of trying to figure out how do you legally pay less taxes Well this is an amazing resource So any way you slice it when you work with the Holland group they're going to figure out a way to reduce taxes wherever legally possible And again who does not want to pay more taxes Who raises their hand and says mister cotton mister cotta Little 70s TV show throwback there You know I want to pay more in taxes So to get a hold of the Holland group it's easy folks 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 that's 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 Just call the office say you're listening to the show and yeah you'd like to learn how to pay less in taxes and it's all part of a strategic financial plan It's all part of getting.
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"Two two 8 6 four four 9 for the Holland group retirement wealth advisers What about the stocks Let's take the remaining moments here Let's talk about stocks How much risk do you think investors should with an eye on retirement take while inflation is still obviously a factor right now And we don't know really where inflation is going to land Steve Right we don't We love stocks We have an awful lot of our clients assets in equities We have a low percentage in equities for clients that are close to retirement So we like equities but you might want to reduce your exposure a little bit in growth stocks or companies with higher than average expected earnings They tend to perform worse because they expect to earn a bulk of their cash flow in the future And as inflation increases the value of future cash flow of course can decrease What questions do you have Steven Elizabeth Holland are standing by When I say it's a phone call I really mean It's a phone call Steven Elizabeth Holland really mean it's just the phone call A phone call is what gets the process going You call Stephen Elizabeth Holland with your questions your concerns or if you just want to say hey you know what I'm listening to the show I like what I hear Let's talk I would like to see your written plan for my finances So if you're an individual if you're a couple get ahold of Steve Elizabeth Holland 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 that's 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 and that's what starts the process They will build you a customized financial plan They're going to do this with no obligation and they'll do it complimentary This is an easy phone call I know that some people might be apprehensive or a little nervous Don't just like we have these casual conversations when we do this radio show Same thing's gonna happen one on one with you and Steve and Elizabeth Holland Folks 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 get a financial plan Get the road map to your retirement or investing trajectory and this is where Stephen Elizabeth Holland they do this day in and day out and they want to help you Just have questions call them up and ask Simple as that 7 two 7 two two 8 6 four four 9 Again the website is ask the hollands dot com If you ever want to ask a question via email for the little mailbag segment it's easy just send your questions to Steve and Elizabeth Holland at team TEAM at the Holland GRP dot com that's team at the Holland GRP dot com Now Stephen Elizabeth let's do the latest email Okay I see a really good question here This is something that we have been doing for pretty much 30 years I gotta admit it's not as good as it used to be But it's still an excellent strategy Today they call it bunching And we always called it an alternate schedule a strategy So a schedule a is when people say thank you very much government I recognize your standard deduction but I don't want it Because I've got more to write off than what you'll give me So basically depending on age but if you take a couple married filing a joint tax return they're going to get about $25,000 maybe a little bit more A little bit more Yeah In deductions And what some people do is they say hey I've got more than that that I can put onto a schedule a so a schedule a is itemizing your deductions You may be able to write off some medical and dental expenses It's not as good as it used to be I mean you got to subtract 7 and a half percent of your adjusted gross income to make this work for most people for a lot that we see it doesn't work So a lot of people nowadays don't even consider the fact that on a schedule but I like asking our clients to just meet us see what a schedule air looks like Right Because it gives us the advantage to say to them did you do any kind of in a charity work did you give up excellent clothes some furniture Oh yes yes I did Right Well you know there's value to that and sometimes a very close to actually getting a benefit from doing a charitable work and getting some kind of credit for it And what about big purchases they've got general sales tax that they can include that on their schedule a as well State and local real estate taxes This goes on a schedule a also home mortgage interest and points So did you did you redo your mortgage Did you take out a heloc Did you refinance These are important questions that you know these numbers may end up being very beneficial for you on a schedule a but you're absolutely right There's a lot of people We have a lot of clients that are fantastic when it comes to charity They give 10,020 $30,000 a year in charity and what we say with bunching or alternate scheduling is taking your off Don't give anything to charity Double up on the next year Double up with some of these other things that we can put and use a schedule a every other year You may easily save a 1002 $3000 on your tax bill But that's actually save our clients quite a bit because I want to see a schedule a to just see where they all were there all of the deductions Right And to me I love to have this conversation with clients when we do the taxes I want to spoon to be cognizant and be so aware of what exactly have now but if you are to do it as for next year this is the adjustments you lie like to see you make on your tax return Right So basically what we're talking about is filing or utilizing a schedule a every other year Now if you know something bad happened if you're the victim of a casualty a theft of loss there is line 15 on the schedule a you can subtract this from a federally declared disaster such as hurricanes storms floods you know things like that And they've lost things of that nature can go on a schedule a beef up that schedule a use it every other year If your accountant isn't talking to you about that come talk with us This is one of many strategies we utilize All.
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"And that's ask the Holland's dot com that's ask the Holland's dot com That is the number to get ahold of Steve and Elizabeth Holland Now what should people do Steve Elizabeth What should folks do to ensure that they do have a retirement plan that is going to actually sustain them So the first question I ask everyone is do you need income when they actually calling to see You know what can we do to help Right The question is sometime no I don't know I don't need income Most of the time is as soon as I get into retirement I'm going to need income So the first thing I really need to do is to develop an income plan detail and exactly how much you are going to need because that's the second question I ask every single person Right How much are you going to need each year to fun your lifestyle and exactly where that money coming from Well it's going to come from my retirement My retirement accounts Retirement accounts social security maybe even a part time job if they're doing that Some people want to haul off who's getting retired now in a younger stage I want to hold off on social security but want us to calculate when would be a good time for them to start taking social security And you know some people out there right now they're rolling their eyes like oh man it's the old budget conversation I gotta calculate how much well you know the bottom line is yeah we need to do this at least once We'll take it from there once it's built and we will help you down the road but your lifestyle how you want to live is crucial We've got to obviously pay for it It's not going to be free So I like the answer so I got a couple of days ago in reference when I asked do you have a budget And she said to me we do have a budget but unfortunately there's a big hole in the budget They go all right right The hole in the budget That's kind of like when you and I go out to dinner and we each have a glass of wine and the server comes by to check on us I pick up the goblet and I say something's wrong with this goblet The wine just disappeared Yeah fell out But I never heard there's a hole in a budget before There was that song There's a hole in the bucket What was that Like an old folk song right Right right yeah I forgot to deal Liza there's a hole in the bucket I'm trying to remember the old song As we move on here guys another question isn't this roughly the point where most people begin to struggle when their eyes start to glaze over and you know.
"holland" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Junior in the mix broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as ame in southern california. Abc news talk. How you doing junior. I'm doing pretty good. How are you. Yeah yeah yeah good. I'm doing good washed a lot of football this weekend. All my teams want so. I'm feeling pretty. Good the bills out my now. And i believe i'm not to be braggadocious but i believe they shut him out last week and the week before or allowed very few points but they're doing really really good. Yeah they are. They are and i love football and i. I love this time of year. I really do and i love it. We're talking about today. Mondays one of my favorite days for two reasons. The typically we have mary holland autumn commonly on. And that is our lineup today. And i'm excited to get started at the half. We're gonna have autumn calmly talking about home remedies for common pet issues. Her dogs had a lotta issues lately. So she's going to share all her home remedies with us. And i always enjoy having mary holland on the show. If you're just now listening you're in for a treat. Mary holland serves as president and general counsel of children's health defense. She left the faculty of new york university school of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her master of arts and juris doctorate degrees from columbia university and her undergraduate degree from harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and mary is the co author of two bucks. A vaccine epidemic and the hp vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. Their website is children's health. Defense dot org. Mary holland always a pleasure. How you doing today. I'm great bernadette. how are you. I'm great but we've got a lot to do today. We've got a lot to talk about. This is the children's health defense. Update okay so mary. While reported deaths from cova vaccines are nearing sixteen thousand the cdc is urging pregnant women to get the vaccine now. How dangerous can the vaccine. Before an unborn child and have many pregnant women died from cova. The bottom line is this is just so stonning bernadette you know while these death rates and and injury rates are soaring. They're basically trying to get the vaccines to more and more people is not really been good. Clinical data on pregnant women. They didn't include them in the clinical trials. So if i were pregnant. I would be extremely skeptical. Certainly in the bears reports vaccine adverse event reporting system. We see some tragic deaths of women who were pregnant or breastfeeding infants died while they were breastfeeding This is really astonishing that they would go out and do this with so little information about the safety. Well yeah i mean when you're pregnant you can't even you can't have a a a drop of alcohol and aspirin drop exactly right exactly so glass of wine. So why would you put a questionable vaccine whether it's effective or safe into your body when you're carrying a another human. What's happening though. Bernadette as you and i know always doctors essentially bully women a lot of female and male doctors and and if a woman is pregnant and the doctor says you know you better get this you might get cova and you might be seriously ill. You know most women if their doctors tell them. We're gonna listen so it's gonna take certain level level of independence. I would really urge anyone who's pregnant. Who's thinking about getting the vaccine. Do your own research not been tested adequately on pregnant women. I would never do it myself now. Absolutely i exactly. I mean like like we just said you. I mean when you're pregnant you don't even want to have a sipa. Why not even a drop alcohol. You want to protect that baby at all costs. Why would you have a vaccine. That's safe not safe or effective. I mean it's just ridiculous but you know pfizer. Pfizer is pressuring the news media to kill stories regarding regarding covert vaccine injuries. So how are they able to do this. Mary so does it. Nothing new burn down so this is based on this really remarkable story. We're going through sort of the best articles of last week. Which people can find on our website. Children's health defense the defender and this is a remarkable story about a woman christie who was catastrophically injured. And she finally with you know in a facebook group she and others were able to get through to the nih and they finally found this reporter to interview many of the people who have various neurological problems. Including that they their their their their limbs feel numb and tinguely and very like burnings position and Pfizer called up the The reporters agency and basically got them to kill the story and has been doing this for twenty years right. They don't want this information reported and the government doesn't either they want uptake. And if you're injured as i like to say it's the yoyo problem you're on your own. This is a longstanding problem with the hero of this story. Senator ron johnson wisconsin. Who didn't do a public press conference with many people who've been injured and he continues to call out information about vaccines and the covert program. And so i'm very grateful to ron. johnson absolutely. Yeah we have to be brave. And i have to tell you mary i did a lot. I read all the time. But i did. I read like what i read. This weekend was all about the vaccine history and just all just anything. I could get my hands on that. I hadn't read yet. And i ordered five new books. I can't. I can't stop reading about this and i have to say to you and everyone out there listening if you don't question that this is about the money at the end of the day. Then you need to do your own homework. You do need to do your do your own history. Search look at the history of vaccines and their connectedness to our government and to our states and and our tax a tax base everything and the fact that they have no liability is another thing. It's like hello one. Is everyone going to try to. At least listen to the other side. This should not be a political issue. It shouldn't be a left a right thing. This is an american thing that we're dealing right. I couldn't agree with you more. I mean all you have to do is look one of the stories. We're covering is you know it's twenty six billion dollars advisors gonna make this year madonna's fourteen billion the financial incentives are hughes. But there's also a huge sort of control incentives to. Let's be clear that was moving everybody onto this new sort of vaccine surveillance issue is A level of control. That's unprecedented for government. Absolutely well and so. Yesterday i talked about watching some great football games. How professional athletes responded to the vaccine mandates and did the vaccine injury actually ended up And a pro tennis player season. I read a story about that as well. So we published a story about jeremy ciardi who was ranked twenty five twenty minutes in the in the world and many of these athletes were facing vaccine mandates and they took them even though obviously their health is crucial to them and their abilities and poor. Mr charney at age thirty four can't play and he may or may not be able to He may or may not be able to continue. I'm in a car at a sort of a scene right now. So that's okay. I hope we can continue. Yeah well you know. it's live radio. That's one of the things that makes it so exciting. I have to say even even when you when you mess up there so there's the thrill of being live. Isn't it junior. He knows what i'm talking about i. It's just a thrill. Well you know what. Let's go for a quick break when we come back. Everyone more coming up with mary holland. It's the children's health fence. Update stay tuned. You're listening to one. Line radio advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com everyone. I've got some lewis news. Castor in politics a brand. That i've used for years has joined us as our official sponsor of one life radio. Casteran pollock's the maker of america's number one organic pet food there organics line of recipes is the only complete line of usda organically certified pet food and their pristine recipes are made with responsibly. Sourced ingredients such as wild caught. Salmon and grass-fed beef casteran. 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"holland" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Well tend to embrace. The queer embraced acquaintance. Do it there. You go what else do we need to talk about on this subject. Nothing i mean literally. I could go on and on but we are so outta time. Yeah we might throw in. We might sprinkle some from time to time some letters concerning this but if you want to learn more it is all over social media I just don't understand this double talk. That's happening just cannot shut the fuck up. They just can't they feel like they're being attacked. And it's like no one's attacking you you are the ones used y'all with y'all's muskets. Yeah i know. None of the queers are wanting to outlaw traditional marriage. none of the queers are saying you know straight should not be able to get married like the queers aren't doing shit rice living Y'all are the ones i know. And this guy that was erasing the rainbow the chuck rainbow flags. Let's just say this elder holland was trying to say. We don't condone the behavior. But we love them. This kid doesn't love gay people nobody. He's defending his faith. And that's okay by saying go to hell That's not a loving statement. Of course not but again. You're going to have these extremists will. I'm saying irresponsibly said by as right. Yeah and just take the part they want out of it. Yeah so basically. Don't don't speak hatred is that is that hard. Don't speak asian and you know what's confusing not queer pride parades you know. What's actually confusing. Is your double talk. Speech yet is making everyone go. I don't know how to feel about this. That's the confucian yup. No fuck you. This is so true because this this is current members that i see posting in like these groups like Mormons building bridges. It has actually been very interesting in that group to see many responses from current Mormons to this bet because they're kind of reeling from it like they know it's not okay Yeah that's who's being confused by. Your shit is people within the former church. You still have a fucking heart right actually love and believe that you are a prophet will. Guess what this profit who you think. You are preaching violence with his metaphor. He's preaching hate. He's preaching non-acceptance. He's preaching love the sinner not the sin. Which is so dangerous to say. It's a lie. Pride events are not confusing their lovely. They're colorful. I know they're fabulous so fun So are we wrapped up on this topic. Financial needs more coffee. I think where we've we've said what we have time to say today. Yea i do want to say one more thing about our travel. Microphone so excited about that. Yeah we have enough money so far to buy one of the two mikes. We're halfway there. Thank you thank you all for your support so far. It's so fantastic We are going to do as i said. That exclusive podcast episode. Just for you. Yes using our new microphone. Yes so excited. These microphones will most definitely make it easier for us to podcast while we were on the road. We are a lot and so we typically won't have to take long breaks from podcasting because we were in a hotel with microphones. I know i'm really really excited. So if you would like to get in on this and also that Exclusive episode Yet to be determined Racy we'll figure it out and kill. It'll be worth your while. We read soft porn. We're going to be at least topless while we do. This podcast usually are speak. I'm going to flash. Yeah oh girls are out But please visit latter-day lesbian dot org slash support and that i link right. There is a one time donation and we will use your word. Donation to help us. With these microphones. Thank you thank you. Thank you so awesome so excited about them. I was surprised at how many people are ponying up. Support for these microphones. Because it's like. Oh should they really do like that. We podcast. They really are encouraging. Or they're like yeah your travel. Podcast audio sucks. Mean either way. Either way it's helpful and totally. I'll phone yeah appreciate it so much. Everybody guest that's kind of effort today. There's dan we need to think. Oh yeah okay. Let's thank dan from extension. Just getting even it in an and everybody remembers clear. Those damn calls because they are no fucking joke. No fucking joke at all later by..
"holland" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Fuck any way. A person from the particular group posted a picture. He went to the building. Found the sign of The the rainbow flags all are welcome into this mormon church seminary and then he posted time to get out our muskets. Something along those lines. That's why you need to be responsible for the shit. you say. Church crazies belonging to your church k. That's how bringing young was able to get people to fucking kill a bunch of people at the mountain males massacre. You have crazies in your church. You have to be extremely absolutely. Wow this pissed me off. You all probably remember this if a student common deers graduation podium intended to represent everyone getting diplomas in order to announce his personal sexual orientation. What might another speaker feel free to announce the next year until eventually anything goes so. This is total shit slippery slope. What's happened after that. We're going to talk about. I don't know which is if you watch porn. He will masturbate masturbate you. You are gay then pretty soon. You're gonna wanna be gay married if we allow that we have to allow bestiality. That's how fear works. It's crazy and it's not true. It doesn't work that way. Plus this is a dig against met eastern absolutely. And he has responded. I'm gonna read it in a second. His speech was approved. I thought exactly so. Let let me finish up this paragraph really quickly. what might commencement. Come to mean or not mean if we push individual license over institutional dignity for very long do we simply end up with more divisiveness and our culture that we already have and we already have too much everywhere. So he's like if we let this guy say's gay then what's going to happen and we need everyone to be the same right. That's what you're saying without realizing this. What you're fucking saying dude. So matt eastern exit contacted him after this went down. And he's like always shit so matt eastern who was the one who apparently commandeered the entire graduating class. He says. I did not commandeer. The graduation i earned my spot on that podium and followed every protocol including having my speech preapproved hum by the institution. I drew on my personal experiences because they shaped my time at byu. Authenticity is not the same as agenda pushing More importantly though. I want to send my love and support to all the queer students who are still at byu and who now feel even more unsafe. Yeah you are important. You are needed. No one not even holland can take away our wow yeah. I'm not done holland. Kept talking gonna keep going. Shut that guy he he commandeered like if anyone coming deer merger in that spirit. Let me go no farther before declaring unequivocally my love and that of my brethren for those who live with this same sex challenge and so much complexity that goes with it. So here's the thing my only challenge is dealing with the haters who and you are the challenge fucking holland. Im so over the whole love. The sinner hate the sin over it. I am over doesn't work. it's not love now at all This is this is the shit they tried to pull and elder hall and actually has He's known for being kind. If you're mormon right nothing that if you're not but this whole they throw this kindness and quotations in love But then trump smack you in the face and then they're like we love you but we have to stand up for what we believe in. But we know you don't love you don't know how that's giving me whiplash right there. You have no fucking clue. So then he says too often. The world has been unkind in many instances crushingly cruel to these our brothers and sisters. Oh you mean like you. I know i'm so confused right now. Quit talking about yourself. Yeah yeah it's weird. You're talking about yourself in third person like many of you. We have spent hours with them and wept and prayed and wept again in an effort to offer love and hope bullshit while keeping the gospel. Strong and the obedience took commandments evident every individual life again. Am i supposed to believe here. You know what i mean. He's talking out of both sides of his mouth Then he goes on with more bullshit but it will assist everyone in providing such help if things can be kept in some proportion and balance in the process for example. We have to be careful. That love and empathy do not get interpreted as condoning an advocacy. What does the same thing is is. You can't see them but don't support them now. That's not no you can't if you have requirements to your love your can you've conditions on your love. It's not a no it's not love. it's like well. I love you but no not love not love. There shouldn't be any. I love you but there's a worst part of the sentence talking. let's go let's hear it or so. We need to be careful of this or that orthodoxy and loyalty to principle not be interpreted as unkindness or disloyalty to people. So so he's basically telling people you are free to love the gays but don't you fuck and support them and by the way you gaze. Don't misinterpret their non supportiveness as.
"holland" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Probably so before we continue this conversation. I think we should take a little commercial break on a roll. We'll get right back into okay. Okay and we're back. We are all right. Let me back to this. This is assuming this is holland. We hope it is not a surprise to you. That your trustees are not deaf or blind to the feelings swirl around marriage and the whole same-sex topic on campus here comes same-sex topic. Yeah i and many of my brethren have spent more time and shed more tears on the subject bullshit than we could ever adequately convey to you. This morning or any morning we spend hours discussing what the doctrine of the church can and cannot provide the individuals and families struggling over this difficult issue with scar tissue our own. Yeah but we are trying to avoid and hope all we'll try to avoid language symbols and situations that are more divisive than unifying at the very time we want to show low for all of god's children so he saying you get this avoid language symbols and situ what the fox labels yeah like flag eighth legs you know. There was a seminary teacher. Gay flag in the window of the building. Saying all are welcome and a member of designate which designates a super right wing. Mormon light a.
"holland" Discussed on Mint Arrow Messages
"Community and also a member of the church of jesus christ of latter day saints. And so. i'm first of all so thrilled that you are here. And you would take the time to talk to me on short notice. no thanks. That's a pleasure to be here. Said it's a good topic to yeah so the reason why i have you. Melinda on here today is because. I called my mom and wanted to discuss the talk that jeffrey r holland just gave at byu to all of the faculty called the second half of the second century so in this talk there a lot of things. That are stirring up controversy in within the community that you and i are both part of People who are members of the church of jesus christ of latter day saints people who have attended or are going to attend or maybe have children who are going to attend. Byu and just a lot of people because elder holland talk specifically about members of our community whether that's byu or in our church who identify as lgbtq or lgbtq. I a plus but just for for the purpose of our conversation. I think we'll just say lgbtq. So do you want to explain. 'cause i don't want to say anything wrong and you know how your children identify. Do you want to explain why this topic is so hits close to home for you. Yes so i have to gay sons one. We probably guessed he was gonna come out gay his whole life and when he did he finally come out. It was a suicide attempt. He was going to school down at view and it was very dramatic and very sad and he just knew if he he could pray the gay away and it never happened for him and he was very sad and reading handled it as best as we could at the time what we knew and we gave the old line specially from the lds church. This is a choice and we're just gonna love yemen. It's choice than we sense to a lot of education and a lot of time spent on our knees in prayer and discussion. We've learned it's not a choice that he just gets to be. Land gets to be and we love him he since married to a man who has two children that they come into our family so they we have beautiful couple. Same sex married couple two grandchildren because about and then side years after land came out are returned. Missionary son came out and this one kid us out of the blue. You had no idea. No stereotypical indications nothing. Like that. And it was really. It was really crazy but we did by then. Our thoughts and our knowledge around the whole subject was much clearer and understanding around it and we just said the true. Hey we're just gonna love you wherever this takes you. And i really feel like the lord knows all of us and he knows me and my heart but he also knows that means he knows my kids hearts to. He knows their challenges. He knows but they're great at you know the kind. They aren't heels all of that. And so having these two algebra two kids. Who's really put me into this. Arena like fulltime. We hate this. We sleep this. We drink it re talk about a ton since both came out the gold since left. They'll church because it was really difficult for them to find a place in the church and that hurt my heart but i totally understood it and anyone that needs took away from this church. I just have compassionate grace for that. But you and your husband are still in the church. But i want to stay church. I wanna stay in. Yeah so i choose to stay in the church and so i'm trying to find reasons and get spiritual confirmation of life. That's important to me to stay here. Yeah and i think it's important to note that not everyone that listens to my podcast is a member of our church but i think this is applicable for a lot of christians who maybe have these internal struggles with wanting to be super loving inclusive but also identifying with whatever doctrine they feel is true and right so today. We're going to kind of talk about this talk. And how it affected you and your thoughts and your perspective which i'm really really excited to hear and when i called my mom she actually didn't tell me anything that you guys talked about so this is going to be one hundred percent new to me. She just said simply. Maunder has an incredible perspective. She's very educated in this and she really she always has really wise things to say when it comes to these things to kind. She is kinda. But i'm happy to talk about my thoughts around this okay so just to also set the stage. I think for anyone who's listening. I would say and this can probably be the one of the only pieces of advice that i'm going to give is to make sure you actually listen to the talk. I i read the talk. And i feel like it hit different when i listened to it and i think that there's so much lost tone and feeling if you just read the words so i read it once on monday night and then i've listened to it yesterday and again today so listening to it and really digesting. That way was different from me. But i would love to hear from you how this how it affected you. And what your initial reaction was right. Well i was actually really sad. Just because i always feel like at church takes two steps forward and then one step back so there's like a one step back but then i had to really stop and think okay. Who was the speech for. This is not a general conference talk. This is not a general membership speech. This is for a private institution..
"holland" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Report. When it comes out and to add their own research so. I think it will be a topic of debate very very soon I think there's a lot that we don't know about what the true origin of this is. But from my perspective certainly the leading hypothesis is that there was some kind of a breakout from this wuhan laboratory where they were doing that corona virus research and they work. It was clearly gain of function research. I mean that's clear. In other words. It was bio weapons research. I believe that mandates are morally and spiritually wrong. I agree with with Robert kennedy jr. any also is quoted as saying that human rights guaranteed by the us constitution and bill of rights are being decimated. Do you agree with that. I do i i you know. Human dignity is sort of not explicitly in the constitution. But that's what it's all about bernadette its dignity for free exercise of religion for free speech for freedom of assembly to petition the government the integrity of your body the integrity of your spirit. That's what america represents to the world and these new policies around cove. It closed down churches. That closed down demonstrations that are censoring people. Through social media. Enter telling people they have to inject toxic substances in their bodies. These are decimating our conversation and we should all be deeply concerned And you know you you touched on this a few minutes ago but and this is written by lynne. Mctaggart and brian hubbard. They are the editors of what the doctors don't tell you they go on to say that. Then there's the small matter of unintentional apartheid if seen hesitancy is greatest among the black and asian communities will any government dare to restrict their movements in favor of white people. What do you say to that. Well i seventy. Five percent of african americans had noted the vaccine so far so this is not only going to be an apartheid against black people. This is going to be an apartheid against unvaccinated people. And we're putting up. Jim crow to point right now and i think it's horrifying. We know where that goes. It's good we shouldn't be on board with this. But i'm gonna have to run but always great to talk to you all right. Yeah we've gone a little over a thank you so much. Mary holland. I encourage everyone to. You're welcome and i encourage everyone to go to children's health defense dot org stay tuned. We've got jackie schlegel coming up. You're listening to one life. Radio advertise one life radio. Send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com. Hey everyone. I've got some furby lewis. News her in politics a brand that i've used for years has joined us as our official pet sponsor of one life radio casteran. Politics is the maker of america's number one organic pet food. There are gannex. Line of recipes is the only complete line of usda organically certified pet food and their pristine recipes are made with responsibly. Sourced ingredients such as wild caught. Salmon and grass-fed beef caster in politics is the most comprehensive portfolio of purposeful pet food setting the new standard and pet nutrition shop in order online at castor politics. Pet dot com. That's caster pollock's pat dot com.
"holland" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Welcome back everyone. You're listening to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior in the mix and mary holland we are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as cami. Et and southern california on abc news. Talk mary holland is she. Serves as president and general counsel of children's health defense. She left the faculty of new york university school of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her master of arts and juris doctorate degrees from columbia university and our undergraduate degree from harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and she is the co author of the books vaccine epidemic and the hp. The vaccine on trial seeking justice for our generation betrayed her website or their website is children's health defense dot org. We are getting an update from the children's health defense so mary. What can you tell us about robert. F kennedy's new book. The real anthony fao cheesy so very exciting Bernadette the book will be published in november Bobby has been working on this for over a year and It's taken longer than we might have liked. But i think it is going to be a blockbuster book pre-order it now on amazon So you'll get sent to you right the day that it's finally published but it's really a look not only at tony faculty who's a crucial figure in the cova situation. But he's been leading really the national institutes of health particularly an infectious diseases for forty years. And so he's been extremely influential in this period of time when we've gone from the aids crisis in the nineteen eighties to really this Focus on vaccines against infectious diseases. Whether it's Ebola or whether it's h one n one or now it's cove it. Tony saudi has been at the lead in this. And i think we have to understand who he is and what. His role has been and the subtitle of the book. Is you know how it relates to democracy and human rights. these are moments right now bernadette and it's really important that people understand that we are moving very rapidly with today's decision by the fda for biosecurity state where we will really be discriminating among people based on their vaccination status. And they're wearing masks and they're taking tests and we really have to think long and hard. If this is the world we wanna live in. The likelihood is those things won't be an isolation they will be actually paired with a lot of other records about you that will be available electronically your property records your health records your criminal record your employment record and so we really have to look at. Is this the world we want to move into. I know i for one really jones. No i don't at all. I'd like to know what their records are. I'd like to know if some of these guys like scott gottlieb who is a former. Fda says he was born. June eleven nine. yes yes. He was a commissioner and he's a physician and someone sent it to me during the break. It says american physician investor who service at twenty three hundred twenty third commissioner of the food and drug administration from 2017 until april twenty. One thousand nine. He is presently a resident fellow at the conservative. Think tank in the american enterprise institute partner at the venture capital firm of new enterprise associates. How does that happen. it's the revolving door. And actually i just read over the weekend. Bernadette the phrase the one way you're right so the powers that be want to have twenty four seven comprehensive surveillance about us as citizens. Needless to say they don't want that kind of transparency about the decision making process. I mean it's fda decision this is out a public meeting probably the most consequential food and drug administration decision. Ever in history as it is now going to be mandated pervasively in the united states and around the world and there was no meeting bernadette no meeting and have any that looks vaccine and biologics. It's called ver- back. They did not convene it to make this decision. That tells you something. They don't want transparency. They don't want accurate information. They want to move ahead. There is a policy agenda here that i think is we have to better understand. I cannot wait for the book. The real anthony thousandby by robert f. kennedy coming out in the fall okay. So the debate is heating up over the cove. Nineteen booster shots as well. What's the latest news and booster shots in the united states. And the latest news is that the centers for disease control and the fda have both given a green light to boosters. And they're saying that they recommend them that the current vaccine's out there may not be affect against the delta varian and they're recommending that particularly people who are vulnerable. Get a third shot earned debt. If the first two didn't work is the third one right right. Let's real here. And of course people who are most vulnerable are the ones who are most susceptible to events. So i hope that people if you know. I hope that people use their commonsense here. Yeah well you said earlier in the broadcast it's only forty two percent effective anyway. The the pfizer. One current senate effective. Yeah forty two percent effective. They say that's they are number against delta circulation. Why would you take something that is less than fifty percent likely to help you see. I don't know. Yeah i'll i'll stick with my regular exercise trying to eat as much organic food. Yeah my vitamin deem vitamins. Yes yes yes healthy life right boost your immune system absolutely and keeping your mind clear. Keep your television off. That fear can get that. Fear can do all kinds of crazy stuff to your body absolutely okay. So the epa recently banned the use of Chlorof- fire five firoz. Is that this one. I put your phone ok pronounced okay. It's it's exciting. So the the the environmental protection agency just finally after sixty five years bernadette banned the use of chlor purify which is an extremely toxic. Pesticide that is particularly harmful to children. And they only did this. After a decision in may by the ninth circuit court of appeals that basically said the epa has been acting in an egregious manner. And that they don't have science to back up during you know. Finally it's been banned which is great news but it does tell us yet. We have to do better. These laws are not protective of enough of of of citizens of children in particular. They're just not. This was on the market for sixty five years. Sixty five years. How does that happen here. How does that happen. The way it happens is the real truth is the way it happens. Is these agencies. Get captured bernadette. They get captured by the industries they regulate and so the golf. The golf industry the agribusiness industry. They basically have their people in these agencies and they make sure that any decision they make is blunted stunted so that it really doesn't impede their use can make more money if you have pesticides you can make more money can make help people in the process. That's the point. He'll those costs are internalized. You know we're gonna keep having problems like this. Congress really needs to act. And that's what this article that we published in the defender from beyond pesticides is where the author comes from Until we really have congress act on this. we're in trouble. we have you know. Children's health is about toxic exposures and these pesticides can be very toxic. I mean they're intending to kill insect. So of course they can have side effects. Yeah no absolutely and so There are international. Search is going on right now to find the origins of sars covy to what they found so far. Well there's clearly a really interesting Half bernadette that needs to be explored more realistically and further about the wuhan lab about collaboration between us scientists in about funding through the national institutes of health to do this corona virus gain of function research right dual use research both as a weapon and also as a vaccine to prevent this bioweapon. We know that the president's Report which was do ninety days after he announced it. We know that that report is going to coming out soon. We know that there are some fantastic organizations out. There like organic consumers association. That are ready to scrutinize that.
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"Bryce harper manually. Why did these guys or garrett. Cole why did we talk about at the top of the show you know. Baseball's got a lot of issues and a lot of problems one of which is the sticky stuff on the baseball's which is causing like pitching dominance. Like we've never seen in. They're not controlling and it's like steroids. I think this would go a long way for baseball to say. This is how you take care of your own. I think about the basketball g. League and i know it's less players but the g. league is offering players five hundred thousand dollars a year to play in the g. League exactly i was thinking exactly the g. league. They take care of those guys because they realize they're valuable in the contribute to the sport like the cash rate. Have sport without them. So i completely agree and no one's gonna hit those baseballs eating those sandwiches. If you want to fix this problem you gotta give these guys some meat on their bones just like seeing the feature act like mine money paying the feature act. It really is just to do it but do it. I watched looked at the pictures of the food. And i was like. Ooh this is like bad. Comedy club. Food in grand rapids. You know what i like. The giggle fries. All right all right. I love this last story. Because it sticks to russia so much ended soccer star ukraine's new euro twenty twenty. Kit has sparked anger in russia by featuring a map of the country that includes crimea russia. Annexed the crimean peninsula from ukraine in two thousand fourteen considers it part of their territory. It is internationally recognized as part of ukraine. So why not. Put it on your uniform. It's yours right. that's so. I didn't know that at all. It's like we all know that. Like georgia's voting districts are going to be redrawn so democrats will never win the state again but right now it's not read. It can still. We can still pay. That is blue same here with us old because like lives could be unique. Putin's just gonna take that lightly. He's not a guy who's like they're having fun with the soccer search. He's going to send in tanks on that thing. I mean and then show them how much crimea is but that is so to literally on yours because you know again bringing this to the global issue sports but like we talk about sports being like if as the nuggets play. Well you have such deep fried in your town in denver. And i know you're prideful person. Denver you love denver so much you live there. I mean it's like you don't even live in los angeles at your how that's your home and your proud to live there when you do a weekend of shows and sell out at the comedy works in denver and downtown or even landmark out south it. It makes you proud because you're like i'm a local person who's here even though i've made it on the big stage and made it in hollywood and whatnot. I'm back here in denver. But you have pride like no other when your team wins and your city wins fills you with pride in a way that you can't do anymore so same. Soccer soccer lebeau specially internationally if you ever seen a turkish soccer game. It's just insane the amount of so that is like you're literally tapping into the most ever and now you're going to draw map that says the international everyone else in the world recognized this. Oh man so. Russia drew the map. The russia ukraine drew the map and said crimea's part of them and russia had annexed and took it. It's almost like no. You didn't look our soccer uniform. Says that's all looking into that. Who says ukraine week. Strong ukraine various thrones. Now to me. I would love to see and again. I don't know how russia's always feels like a surprisingly good soccer team. I'm assuming all of them or on steroids. But like the approach right guy in the world cup of years ago arshad in guy. Yeah yeah. Our shopping was great. Shevchenko and our shop in those are great great great players russia but they always feel like a really good team. But how great would it be. If ukraine played russia in the world cup and ukraine. One that i would die. I think people on the team with suddenly disappear. Somebody somebody get poisoned teams in those areas. Have such great names like the team out of ukraine. The big one is dynamo kiev. There's like moscow locomotive. It's so so the at and strong sounding so those dynamo kiev boys out on the national squad. Let's let's do this. Let's timing and what would be great as to see those two teams play each other in ukraine because it is the world cup is the type of thing. Remember the world cup Few years back when iceland. Yup that iceland team made it to like the round of thirty two or they interrupted the route of sixteen to the quarterfinals. It was just like oh this. Viking chance in the stadium and stuff that was so cool so amazing so i just feel like anything's possible in the world cup if you have a good team and you have a good squad and their coach well and they play cohesively bacon. Anybody can beat anybody. If you've ever watched the fa cup in england like anybody can beat anybody on a given day. You just don't know what's going to happen. Somebody could fall down. The scoring is so. It's so slight that you can just wind up all the brave schedule so i'm sure i don't know if you watch. Usa mexico the other night was in colorado was ever. It was the ever. So i mean you think about what the us has been lacking as a team. They've been lacking a score. They've been lacking that guy who can finish. And then they get pulisic. Who's like developed in england and it's really developed an on shelves champions league champion to champion game winning goal and he comes up in the moment where you need a guy to come up and score and he scores on a penalty kick in they beat and no question on that penalty kick and the fact that our backup goalie and admitted save on a penalty kick in western colorado. Use a rapa so he was like doing it in his hometown. Everyone's like what back he was. The backup. goalie comes in and saves sixty. Maybe one of the biggest saves certainly in that rivalry but what was amazing is because it was kind of questionable questionable whether or not they got knocked down in the in the box. But you could say. I can't believe the refs are going to determine this game right here the and you just as a ref. Don't wanna make that call. You literally do not wanna make that call. That is going to determine who's going to win this game that was played so well as back and forth. It was just an incredible game. You'd rather go to penalty kicks than not have to decide it on that thing. So when and i thought okay. That's it so when mexico got the penalty kick on the other side. I actually had a sigh of relief. I was like okay. It's like a makeup call equitable for sure. I agree yeah. I mean i obviously was rooting for the usa. But i agree. It shouldn't as a you don't want to intervene at all if you leave no imprint on the game. It's perfect game by you so we kicks now so we come full circle and talk about the regionality of it all usa mexico is one of the best rivalries ever. It's just it's so fun and that game to me was such a joy to watch because it was the entire rivalry in one game and it just. I don't know i loved it so much so again. Who knows if it's going to be utah. Denver in the western conference.
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It out it's june monet and you know what that means june team. Well it means that too. But for lgbtq plus i forget whatever else is right now. What does it mean in. June heavy bride long because we are so heterosexual. We're going to bring you all kinds of interviews with gay celebrity smokes on gay issues for the whole june. Yes so make sure. You guys support and love on your fellow. Queer and lgbt korea plus podcasts and extended families girl because now at the time and not just june all the time but especially now fuck the podcast tune into ebony and irenei throughout your right for our superior. Programming has welcome back to the show. It is it's always fun to sit and talk to friends especially when they know their sports and especially when they're going through. You know what something that randy and i both went through big time which is how do you remain sports fan when you have to tiny babies and you gotta legs suddenly like reevaluate your entire value system as it relates to sports and it's interesting because this guy's got two boys not the boys or girls are more into sports or not but i'm assuming that if sports is part of your life and whether you have sons or daughters you know two little kids you're going to raise them sports fans or at least introduce it to them and see how they respond to it. Our buddy adam came. Holland is with us from the growl. Ick saves the world podcasts. In those who can't the show we got to do. How are you buddy. I'm good thanks for having me on nice to nice to see as newborn is like fresh out the gates so we appreciate you being here homeboys. Not even a month is three weeks and change right now. We're we're in. We're in it so new. That is he still. Has that new baby smell. He's embryonic as transitioned from fetus to human. I'd say eight days ago. Okay a rare one but yeah that's crazy and he may bring you a denver nuggets championship this year. I mean it literally can. We may not know what it's like to be in a world without in denver. Nuggets certainly doesn't know what it's like to be in the world without a denver nuggets. Mvp he'll never know that he'll start. So i watched. I watched last night when adam silver broke into the. They're like team meeting in the ballroom and totally totally and it was kinda cool. How they did it. But i wanted the guys to jump up and down in mob a little bit more my wrong to say that when i was it was pretty sedate but maybe i don't know i've never been privy. I've never actually seen such a team meeting like that where they just pipe adam silver and so maybe they all knew like all right. This is a pretty rare occurrence rising. Yeah and sonic adam. Silver is gonna come on and be like hey guys just wanted to wish you guys all have shown a little early. You guys got third quarter problems. What's the deal. He just like talking to the nuggets coaching. I'm always iago. I was gonna say i'm always amazed at how calm and sorta like normal. Adam silver is even though he does kind of seem like he lives in a cloud in like cloud city. Like he doesn't seem like he's this earth in the cloud. He lives in the off cloudy. So he's saved. All information is saved con back himself you if he crashes if he crashes. We've got a backup. You just see him drop out of frame. We got them backed up. We got him. We got someone on the backup silver. You're gonna say what the nuggets so. The nuggets to me are such an interesting and weird team in just unlike any team that we've seen before. I'm really sad that jamal murray is not playing. Is he gone i. This is me not knowing but he done for the entire year. He's yeah there's no. There's an acl tear. There's no chance of like late playoffs. He returns although he's out there shooting before the games with his leg. Brace on and i'm just like just sit down jamal. We need to. But i know he's out so he's out completely unfortunately bomber. I mean it raises michael porter juniors profile but like this team minus jamal murray is so interesting because on so many levels. Basically yokich is your point. He's like a point center. Just all offense runs through hampshire plus you look at them on a surface thing and nobody has tattoos. It's the weirdest group of people are in the nba. Like tattoos are basically like your uniform. Every single player has zillion like. There are the only other place i've seen more. Tattoos is on the show. Top chef fit. That's it like there's like more tattoos in the nba than the tattoo show where people try to become tattoo. Artists like the democrat. Yeah and then you look at the nuggets in like dude nicole yokich first of all i love that he is like has the best dad bod ever these. He's shed that way. That's the old school. Knock on yolk. I'm not i'm not gonna lie for this body shaming out of you guys. You guys are better than this. I love his. I love his dad but he is not to us. We've said this before about him. He seems like the guy who's at a pickup game. You're guarding just keep scoring and everyone on.