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G-20 opens with call for more vaccines for poor countries
"Its lease prime yeah Mario Draghi has called on the world's richest nations to pick up the pace and getting Kevin nineteen vaccines to poor countries Draghi his the host for the two day group of twenty summit to rhyme said that any three percent affects native in the poorest countries while seventy percent in rich countries have had at least one shot these differences are morally unacceptable and undermine the global recovery global health and the economy all themes running throughout the summit as world leaders will grapple with the same issues ranging from climate change vaccines economic recovery an international taxation for rich countries vaccines and stimulus spending have restarted economic activity unfortunately no income developing countries don't have the resources to jumpstart their economies as they struggle with vaccinations and financing French president Emmanuel McCall said he expects the G. twenty to come from an additional one hundred billion dollars to support Africa's economies I'm Karen Thomas
Why Democrats Love Inflation
"Have made the argument here on this program that many democrats want inflation. Inflation helps the corporate class and allows them to pay off their debts. Did you know that. Us corporations expanded their balance sheets. By barring six hundred billion dollars in the last year they knew that interest rates will never get the slow again and so every day companies and especially the fortune one hundred companies. They went on a borrowing spree. They borrowed more money. Then they have in recent memory because they knew that all of a sudden if inflation is going to kick in if inflation is going to occur. You want to have as much debt as you possibly can manage or almost more than you can manage. Because then the eight percent inflation radio or the six percent inflation rate a year will actually minimize the debt burden. You have you might as well live it up while you can. Rich people do very well when inflation comes if you own physical assets land gold silver or you're able to move money quickly especially liquid. You'll do fine in the midst of inflation. The people that inflation hurts the most our young people students and middle class workers
Guterres Condemns Yemen Executions by Houthis
"U. n. secretary general antonio guiterrez on monday urged world leaders to take action to get sustainable development back on track before it's too late to change course at a meeting in new york on the sidelines of the un general assembly. He insisted that the road to recovery after kovic was mapped out clearly highlighting several challenges. The un chief said that corona virus vaccine production needed to double to reach seventy percent of the world's population by the middle of next year. Bold investment was also needed in education welfare protection healthcare and jobs. Mister guitarist continued at the digi moment. Event as he urged an end to tax evasion money laundering and illicit financial flows the third global challenges ensuring equal rights for women and girls including in education everywhere. The un top official maintained as leaders heard his call to put an end to the warming lead against a planet. The only way to do this by committing to zero net emissions by twenty fifty said mr perish by dedicating one hundred billion dollars a year to climate action and by saying no to more coal-fired power stations after twenty twenty one
Anti-Republican Jimmy Kimmel Gives Larry Elder a Shout Out
"Even jimmy. Kimmel incidentally gave larry elder some credit. Here's cut twelve jimmy. Kimmel is an republican anti conservative anti-trump one of these late night comics. That has stopped being funny because all they want to do is rip us. And i'm sure he did plenty of attacking larry elder. There's been such a smear campaign against larry. It's kinda hard to believe but here was jimmy. Kimmel giving kudos to larry elder for his gracious speech the night that it was announced. The governor shen held onto his job yesterday. gavin newsom didn't not win. He didn't get fired. Not even close. He trounced the clown car full of candidates for running against him. The cost to our state was about three hundred billion dollars. Which i think is the third most expensive dinner at french laundry. Ever republican vote-getter radio host. Larry elder was surprisingly. Gracious in defeat accepted the results of the election. I forgot what it was. Like to see a republican. Do that but Every once a while you see a chicken fly and you're like oh yeah they're birds. Yeah we republicans. Were never gracious. Gracious is my middle name. I'm always gracious jerk.
Antifascist Vaush Debates Charlie on the Profit Incentive for COVID Vaccines
"I'm just curious. Does that ever make you stop short and say who. Maybe they're trying to inoculate us on a vaccine that might not be as effective to try to pursue profit not wellbeing. Does that ever like enter into your consideration. It's a consideration. You should take about anything produced by any company. That's run for profit. Which is everything you know Basically every need in american society need is tempered by the knowledge that there are people out there who are paid very large salaries to sell it to you. This is the case for everything. We'd everything we eat every time you run down main street or in my case i guess You know the boulevards in los angeles You're seeing the protracted efforts of a billion dollar industry to make sure you want things they're selling could that be the case for covert undeniably. There was a prophet incentive involved. Oh my goodness i'm sorry. And there was probably a protected effort on the part of these companies to make sure they were the first and they probably took every dirty advantage. What but with the data available. I have to still much i would say. Hey i would prefer eating. Mcdonald's who to starvation. I have to say this is probably still something we should be doing you want to do. I don't wanna stay. We've been twenty minutes. Oh for sure gonna make a final media would starve. I actually think this has been really constructive not like that. You know inflammatory. I think that deep down you have this kind of you know urged that i'm already there were. Maybe they want this thing to go on for another decade to go make another hundred billion dollars. And maybe the cheap drug hydrochloric winter ivermectin might work better than they might think. I don't have that urge. Certain other studies would disagree with you earlier. We could change the topic. I just i just think it's so. I'll know that was a healthy discord. Can i meet in the middle on that one on that very last one. I do not trust the pharmaceutical industries. Though the available evidence does seem to point to the effectiveness the vaccines say this Nationalized the pharma industry seriously. It can be used for the collective good and i would ironically actually trust it more in the hands of our ineffective. Bloated government would be sociopaths. Who run at
Why Fertilizer Is Such a Big Climate Problem
"Us an overview of the fertilizer market as it stands today jordan so the fertilizer today largely defines three major farm inputs. You have nitrogen phosphorus and potassium as well as a variety of other micronutrients in addition to those three macronutrients By far the most important is out of the first the nutrient nitrogen which is extremely important in supporting our global food system and You know there's a study by mit that says without Without the production of these nitrogen. Fertilizers you could only support about. Three billion people on earth and so This marketplace is commensurate huge. So it's it's over one hundred billion dollars if you include the distribution costs just for nitrogen fertilizer. It's it's composed of several hundred very large factories. And sometimes these larger are called world-scale factories that produce a chemical known as ammonia which is today and has been for the past one hundred. Twenty years defeat stocked. Almost every single other type of nitrogen fertilizer fertilizer starts at these factories and then has to get From from only a few hundred factors to multiple billions of acres of farmland. And so it's a it's extremely complex. Oftentimes it's hazardous to ship it and it's costly and at the end of the day A farmer gets a ten fertilizer or a bag of solid for lahser on a his or her farm.
Bernie Sanders Passes Legacy Defining Budget, Republicans Call It Socialism
"The united states senate turned himself over to bernie sanders and went full on socialists. This week jim talent joins me senior. Fellow at the bipartisan policy center. Follow him on twitter at jim talent former member of the united states. Senate jim did you ever think it the day that the democratic party became socialist. Well i said earlier in the year you that they were going to borrow and spend an enormous amount of money. And that's what they're doing they're They're burning the remaining credit of the united states and not even on the basic. Even the social safety needs of the country so nothing's going to be done here To fix a shortfall and social security to make medicare more secure for an aging population to address student loan debt in the bubble economy for math healthier for the poor. Nothing there a grab bag of programs. Most americans will be able to identify and it's going to drive up. It's driving up inflation. I sent her talent. I think it's a very crafty strategy. It's the reverse oregon strategy expand the entitlement culture to the point that it bankrupts the united states and we have to withdraw from the world. Well i guess. I think that's kinda be the effect of it. I don't know that there's that much long term thinking in this going on you. But i mean look the the the interest on the federal debt last year was about i think about three hundred and eighty billion dollars with treasuries at two percent right. So what happens when the fed jack up interest rates as they will In order to fight inflation so if if if they if it goes to four percents it's gonna cost us another four hundred billion dollars to service. The death entire discretionary budget is about one point seven charges. So that's more than a quarter of the entire discretionary budget and the a senior trump administration officials. Tell me last night the only way out. We'll be devalue the currency. You get to do that once. And you're no longer the reserve currency to debase it. Will it is debasing. The currency and americans. Of course you're going to. They're feeling right now. So you're gonna get maybe it depends on how it actually works out. They're gonna pay for some pre k. Programs for people and you're gonna be paying an are paying now already a lot more. I mean you got to laugh or cry. Randomized says all the time. And i you know that this is i think to show that they can do something big and beat the
Child Tax Credit Checks: Will They Do Enough for America's Impoverished Kids?
"Nearly twenty percent of children in the us live in poverty in fact the us is ranked one of the worst countries in the western world for child poverty rates and this of course puts children and their families really terrible situations every day. Things will only getting west. During the pandemic and in response congress significantly expanded the child tax credit that expansion was extended on president biden and starting next week. Millions of parents will get monthly payments throughout the rest of the year. The net result of all that is we're gonna cut childhood poverty in america by almost fifty percent this year. This is senator michael bennet of colorado. He's pushing to have the expanded child tax credit made permanent and he's working with the by the administration to pass legislation. How expensive would this be. It's about one hundred billion dollars a year. that's a lot it is childhood. Poverty is which dillard cost us a trillion dollars a year. So i think this is money very well spent that trillion dollars. That he's talking about is the estimated amount the us spins every year of combating child poverty and its effects like health problems employment problems later on housing insecurity. Here's the thing about this program. Though the child tax credit does not just go to families who live below the poverty line or even near the poverty. Line the money also goes to families who make middle and even upper middle class incomes which seems a little strange right like if your goal is to reduce child poverty and you only have a certain amount of money to spend. Wouldn't you want to target that money to get as much of it as possible. Exactly to the people who need it. The most instead of giving some of the money to people who aren't in great need and in some cases are financially. Pretty well off.
A highlight from Interview with Crime Writer Richard Meredith: S. 7, Ep. 1
"All about the craziness. what's it about. Well i say that the across nest is a crime. Silk throw without Police furlough agents or the military's just two men seeking justice against a brutal cartel is its unique so far. I think it's the only novel about the use of the crew. Some rains in the smuggling of cocaine. Between colombia mexico i kinda described as the mutant spawn of dos. Vote and savages. But it's us in a nutshell. The girls nestle story about to a giant bows dettori smuggler. Chase brenner who's innocent. Fishermen and for different reasons. Both men get cross Sideways with the bishops bach cartel and the box and the capo fernando. Cuervo they're desperate and are on the run and they figure the providers to bargain for their lives but they really don't have any leverage. So johnny west some inside information about the the cartel decide conceives a plan to hijack one of the cartel secret the narco submarines and figure with a hundred billion dollars worth cocaine in the onboard. They could cut a deal. And it's a great idea. Until cartels chief sicario mandate kudo kidnaps jason's family. Now things get a little more complicated. Johnny faces kind of the moral dilemma of his life. Ditch as the man who saved him from sure death or escape with rich beyond his wildest dreams and lose it all including his life to save jason away from family and from there. Others much mayhem on the road to resolution nutshell. That's interesting. it sounds like almost a little bit like a like an action adventure with psychological thriller thrown in there a little bit a little bit of all. The characters are flawed in some
The G7's Fuzzy Climate Pledges
"Weekend. Summit of the g seven has concluded on the matter of the pandemic. The blocks pledge was clear. Cut it will deliver a billion vaccine doses to poor countries over the next year but another priority was climate change naturalist sir david and broke had pressed for cooperation on climate in a video message to the gathering the decisions. We make this decade in particular. The decisions made by the most economically. Advanced nations are the most important in human history. Britain's prime minister. Boris johnson suggested the leaders at the summit would meet the moment. We were clear this weekend. Action has to start with us in the end commitments on climate seemed straightforward solid emissions targets. A move away from coal a renewal of an annual hundred billion dollar budget to the developing world to deal with climate change but campaigners found the outcome disappointing oxfam called the summit a colossal failure before in the history of the g. Seven has been such a big filing in contrast to what needs to be the g. Seven summit serves as a template for the world can expect from the enormous cop twenty six climate meeting later this year and on that score the blocks pledges leave a little too much to the imagination. It's encouraging that climate change was at the heart. As the communique that came out to the g seven yesterday catrine break is the economist environment editor. And certainly there was some very lofty words in their relation to climate targets. But what's disappointing is that. They were incredibly vague on detail.
Stack Overflow Sold to Tech Investor Prosus for $1.8 Billion
"Stack. Overflow says it will be acquired by process a european tech giant and ten cents largest shareholder for one point eight billion dollars quoting the wall street journal based in new york closely held stack overflow operates a question and answer website used by software developers and other types of workers such as financial professionals and marketers who increasingly need coding skills. It attracts more than one. Hundred million visitors monthly. The company says process. One of europe's most valuable tech companies is best known as the largest shareholder in chinese internet video gaming giant tencent holdings listed in amsterdam process. Signaled its appetite for deal making. When it sold a small portion of its equity stake in tencent in april for fourteen point six billion dollars the stack overflow deal ranks among prices biggest ever acquisitions process invest globally across a range of online platforms focused on areas such as food delivery classifieds and fintech it also maintains a more than two hundred billion dollar holding in tencent processes parent company. Nascar's acquired the tencent stake in two thousand one for thirty four million dollars. The stack overflow deal is processes i outright acquisition in the educational space purses already owned stakes in two educational tech companies. You to me and code academy servicing companies. It is set to make an investment in skills soft. A publisher of training software used by businesses as part of that firms plan to merge with special purpose acquisition company churchill capital corp. and list in new york and quote.
The Humanitarian and Environmental Case for Bitcoin
"The humanitarian and environmental case for bitcoin. By alex glad stein can bitcoin reduce aid corruption. Help end dependency and bootstrap renewable energy for emerging markets. Bitcoin is typically thought of as an investment and a strictly financial innovation. But what if some of its greatest impact over time ends up being in the humanitarian and environmental spaces. This essay will explore some of the major challenges in the realm of international development and will argue that donors should be looking at bitcoin. Payments and mining as tools to reduce corruption diminish dependency and help renewable energy overcome adoption obstacles worldwide in his searing twenty. Ten s. A quote alms dealers. Philip gurvich tells the history of aid. The industry he wrote was largely born in nineteen sixty eight from western compassion triggered by the televised starvation of children in nigeria's breakaway biafra province. The impulse to help those less fortunate in the world around us has become a vast two hundred billion dollar foreign aid industry. The twenty two wealthiest governments provide approximately sixty percent of that sum with private ngos companies and foundations funding. The rest around a third of government foreign aid is classified as development assistance. A third as humanitarian relief and a third is military or security support in total over the past six decades more than four trillion. Dollars of aid has been sent. from rich countries. To poor countries
What Farmers Need to Be Modern, Climate-Friendly and Profitable
"With me today. Is beth ford. The ceo of land-o-lakes a farming cooperative that works across the united states and in dozens of countries around the world. And she's gonna share with us her vision about how to create a better future for farmers. That's both environmentally and economically sustainable. Hi thank you so much for being here face for the invitation. I'm looking forward to the conversation. Let's first talk about the broadband issue. At how big of a problem is this. And how does it affect the farming community. Both as as you said as families and as businesses so the estimates have been that eighteen million americans lack broadband access. Fourteen million are in rural america. Now having said that the broadband. I'm trying to remember what the name of the organization is did a study and they actually say the numbers more like forty two million and the reason is the is inaccurate. So what could happen is let's have a seven eleven and a town in that has wifi or broadband access because they laid a line it would show up on the map though that largely has broadbent and it does not in so it's a significant issue. Think about the education of your children. I know you have three. I have three and they're you know many of them were doing remote schooling will. What's happening on the farm. This is legitimately. what's occurring. Is that the teacher from the town. Is driving paper homework out to the farms to give them the homework so that they can continue to go to school and and that's just one example of many and so this is a major challenge because if we don't have basic wiring we can say we. We need like a nineteen thirties rural electric initiative where we go across the country. And we make this. This should be a right. This should be something that is a basic like mail delivery electrcity. This should not be Just for those who have and the scale of it is estimated to be eighty to one hundred billion dollars to close this gap but the challenge of that is that You get the funding and then how is it implemented
White House Makes $1.7 Trillion Infrastructure Counteroffer
"The biden administration has shrunk its infrastructure proposal in a bid to find common ground with republicans but as npr's windsor johnston reports. The two sides remain far apart. The biden administration has presented congressional republicans with point seven. Trillion dollar counterproposal. About five hundred billion dollars. Less than its original offer. White house press secretary. Jen psaki says the proposal exhibits the administration's willingness to come down in size. It does so largely by cutting from areas where there is bipartisan. Consensus republicans have argued that the bill is too broad and too costly. npr's windsor
Increases in Extreme Precipitation Cost the U.S. $73 Billion
"Torrential. Rainstorms can flood homes. Wash out roads and bridges and destroy crops over the past. Three decades flooding from heavy precipitation has caused about two hundred billion dollars of damage in the. Us francis davenport is a phd student. In earth system science at stanford university. She wanted to know how much of that enormous price tag can be blamed on global warming. We've seen that extreme precipitation events are increasing in frequency or intensity and so we wanted to quantify what are the financial costs of those changes in precipitation. Her team analyzed historic rainfall trends and financial data about flood damages over decades. They estimated that between nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight and twenty seventeen about seventy three billion dollars. A flood damage can be attributed to increases in extreme precipitation. That's more than a third of the cost of flooding over those thirty years. So devonport says that people are already paying the financial cost of warming world. I think having those hard dollar amounts is really important for some of these policy conversations about what to do.
Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows
"We are all over. The pharaohs action shares a roadblocks and simon property group. Post docs on the move on results will bring it in numbers but we start off with a bloodbath for big tax. The nasdaq plunging two and a half percent today for its biggest loss since mid-march the selling widespread across technology and intensifying into the clothes and nasdaq finishing app session lows and it wasn't just the high fliers crashing back to earth tech. Titans all seeing massive losses. Facebook netflix amazon apple alphabet losing a combined seven hundred billion dollars in market capitalisation. Today alone. That is more than one whole berkshire-hathaway wiped out in a single trading session.
McConnell Says GOP Open to $600 Billion for Infrastructure
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the Senate GOP leader says Republicans are open to spending six hundred billion dollars for infrastructure improvements Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is floating a national infrastructure investment spending plan that's about a quarter of the size of the two point three trillion dollar proposal president Joe Biden has laid out speaking at the university of Louisville Monday McConnell said Republicans are willing to spend up to six hundred billion dollars on infrastructure Connell also came out against Biden's plan to pay for the infrastructure package by raising the corporate tax rate from twenty one percent back to twenty eight percent instead McConnell said he favors increasing user fees Mike Rossio Washington
Amazon's Profit More Than Triples as Pandemic Boom Continues
"Amazon says its profits more than tripled in the first quarter for the second quarter in a row Amazon posted revenue of more than one hundred billion dollars it is one of the few retailers that has benefited during the pandemic as brick and mortar stores were temporarily closed people stuck at home turn to Amazon to buy groceries cleaning supplies and other items with pandemic restrictions loosening the reliance on Amazon doesn't seem to be dying down Amazon expects revenue numbers to stay high in part because it plans to hold its popular prime day during the quarter Amazon didn't specify a date for prime day but said it would happen before the end of June I made Donahue
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hundred billion dollar cash infusion but within hours of opening today lenders say the online application system wasn't working president trump was asked about it at today's press briefing American bankers association saying it's frustrated for not being able to access the small business administration's loan interface the president's response I heard there was a glitch will find out whether or not that so certainly it did work out very well for the original amount of money in fact many original loans went to bigger companies some more over qualified to receive small business loans which more companies are still waiting to get in the field ABC news Washington the president also says that he would like schools which are closed because of the pandemic to reopen but it wouldn't be long in some places where there are just a few weeks left of the academic year Terry Alden or ABC news it's five thirty six now at KPK and just ahead on the afternoon news and are building a better Sacramento it's a drive by graduation you'll hear about it on his ninety three point one KPK live everywhere on the I heart radio app the game with Kristina Mendoza and Sanjay on Tuesday millions of people have lost their jobs the five things they can do about that Sacramento's news seventy three point one KFBK listen to Calvin what he's about to say could change your life the student loan about two ninety nine lost weight fast I actually don't know about the two thirty five and probably at about nine maybe ten percent body fat that's great I lost father Billy Lee sixty pounds in probably the foremost hello my hairs from the back skin looks better obviously gave the muscle by muscle that you're back thank you for providing awesome products W. actually positive does what they say they were all that's awesome that's great Calvin losing that belly fat in less than four months is outstanding since.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Hundred billion dollars will restart the paycheck protection program beginning tomorrow secretary Steve Mnuchin on fox news Sunday says this time around he expects fewer big companies will snap up the funds leaving more for smaller businesses he also says it's not a worry for him if the money like the last round runs out fast the first round impacted about thirty million workers I think this round will be about the same that'll be close to fifty percent of the private work force so I actually hope we run out of money quickly so we can get the money into the workers' pockets amid talk of still another stimulus bill to come possibly with money for states Mnuchin says whether or not that happens will be driven by debate in Congress boxes colonel Scott in New York as governors across the country struggled to decide when to re open their economies medical experts say there's not enough testing happening for non essential businesses to start re opening Dr Michael Osterholm is the director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota our government is not working with private sector companies as all the other governments of the world are now seeking testing to understand how to best ramp up these reagents that we do need number two is we have the wild wild west for testing right now the FDA has all but given up his oversight responsibility for the test we have on the market many of them are nothing short of a disaster Oster home on NBC's meet the press more than two dozen states will begin some form of re opening this week the average price for a gallon of gas fell nine cents over the past two weeks to a dollar ninety three gallon the lumber survey reports the highest price was in Honolulu at three thirteen the lowest the dollar thirteen in Tulsa Oklahoma America is listening to.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hundred billion dollars in aid for corporations including the airline companies and cruise lines that have been hurt by the outbreak as divisional one hundred fifty billion dollars for state and local stimulus in one of the big problems there was that five hundred billion dollars and whether or not there was going to be an ability to have oversight on that according to what we're hearing one of the concessions Democrats say they want in the negotiations was it a pot of money will be overseen by inspector general and a congressional panel and the president trump is willing to move away from his claim that he would be the only person involved in oversight a bill this big is never very clean there's always lots of pork in it what of what have you found is there's some interesting stuff that we might not hear about if it well there were there were questions that had been introduced from Nancy Pelosi's democratic opportunity that she she made a pitch yesterday for what you believe her case would be if the Senate bill was not going to go through there had been some pressure coming in from some clean energy groups they were saying if you're going to give you know billions of dollars to places like the airline industry for example who brought in plenty of billions in profit on their own if you're gonna give them a bail out on some level then you should also be able to bail out windows solar other forms of clean energy so will again we don't know what the details are that are going to come out in regards to any sort of green deal portion of this we won't know until they actually put this together we can have a good look at what the language is there what I'm seeing from senator Schumer who's talked about what he was able to negotiate I don't see anything that indicates anything along those lines or or putting limits on the carbon neutral output from airlines or anything along those lines just yet I don't see it yet it had been something that was talked about but that might have just been a negotiating ploy talking with N. B. C. news radio correspondent Michael Bauer about this two trillion dollar stimulus built a so what happens now this this is going to be with the big question comes into play here because on the other side of Capitol Hill Nancy Pelosi who's working in Washington while the vast majority of house members are on their recess she says that she hopes to pass the Senate bill by unanimous consent in the chamber and an agreement like that would not only allow for swift passage but it would also keyboard lawmakers away from the capital which they don't want to come back right now because a corona virus scanners so bad said this would have to be a unanimous consent and right now the question is can they get that done putting something this big together you'll be nearly unprecedented to be able to have a house unanimous vote to approve a package this large with massive implications for nearly every sector of the economy or already foreseen some issues and some possible challenges here with on the democratic side people like Alexander Koch records has real on Omar and saying that they have problems with the way this bill is crafted and then on the GOP side the house freedom caucus has been notorious for grinding fast moving spending bills to halt so is there something that can hold this up over in the house or well everybody kind of put that aside right now and just push this through in order to get Americans the money that they need at this time that's the next question all right NBC news radio correspondent Michael Bauer thank.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jeff one hundred billion dollar package signed into law last night and more work to come on what will ultimately be a one trillion dollar rescue package from Washington meantime closer to home here in New England an eighty eight year old man in Connecticut becomes the first death in this region from corona virus suspected cases of the illness now at two hundred fifty six here in Massachusetts that's an increase of seventeen percent in one day and that some students at Boston College have the illness but W. B. C.'s Jim McKay on Chestnut Hill tells us they are not on campus any longer and never really were ABC news radio Boston college's saying the two confirmed cases were contracted overseas there were also two students who are presumptive cases overseas there are awaiting the results all were studying abroad in Europe but they've now return home in a receiving treatment they never set foot on the BC campus which right now is a quiet one like all other colleges they packed up shop for the semester instead students are doing online instruction which begins today at Boston College Jim McKay WBZ Boston news radio the illness has taken its toll on the soup kitchens here in Massachusetts details now from WBZ's Carl Stevens the executive director of my brother's table di enclosure hills has been putting in some long hours lately partly because they have expanded their hours because of the virus usually were open for forty five minutes for lunch in an hour and forty five minutes for dinner but now we're staying open for six hours and the ideas that people won't have to wait in line to be crowded together instead of sitting down at a meal volunteers and staff bag innumerable meals to go anybody who needs food gets it no questions asked for a hospitality based charity which means anybody can come for any reason and that's always been the case finding volunteers to make this happen is a challenge because volunteers usually come from schools and churches right now nobody's in those schools or churches from Lynn Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio ads coming up people in.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Thanksgiving did you in the family of a grand time lots of food lots of lots of fun we had a grand time with grand babies all of our grandchildren were here at my place are Christians in my home in this market so yes it was awesome in the end way too much food and we're going to pay that price for that now for the next four weeks or so as we all you know try our version of weight loss so we can store up some capacity or free up some capacity for Christmas what's better do you think the actual thanksgiving meal or the leftovers yeah I know I'm a lead or guide you were left over family pretty much a I think that's it it's one of those meals it's better the second third and fourth time around and then by the fifth time stamp or something different yes I already snorkel leftovers last night I could I could wait until today just good just could not that's for sure president trump goes to Afghanistan on his thanksgiving holiday that's always need isn't it's awesome I just love it when the commander in chief is troops on on holidays and especially when it's a surprise that almost is because it almost requires it to be a surprise for the sake of security of course but I'm always I always Marvel at the fact that that word doesn't get out sooner and in I know there's quite a protocol for ensuring that meal airforce one media don't get leak anything out of course but by the greatest backstop to that is lose their privileges and they don't want to do that but you know it it's always fun to see in it it warms your heart to know that he'll be here our star military folks that are far far from home probably a little bit down and out as a result of it not being of the at the family said it means a lot when a specialist from home comes especially if the commander in chief can have your own family and it's nice to have the first family the president likes to talk about the investment in his administration that has gone into the military brought up in front of them yesterday I just trying to show the equip the the you know the commitment there you're on the Armed Services Committee how different is it from the Obama era to the trump as far as military investment taxpayer dollars going into the into the military why would it gets very significant I mean I don't have all the numbers in front of me I'll try to get them from me before the end of short for Sir according to my knowledge because I'm gonna miss the mark but it's like you know couple hundred billion dollars makes really a significant amount and it's it's significant for lots of reasons not just because it's more but because when you cut back on on military spending like the Obama administration did and this is a normal cycle we've got through with Carter we went through with you know with them Obama we went through with Clinton in the E. is it cost so much more to rebuild than it would cost to maintain to modernize for example the one of the biggest things in this year's national defense authorization act of modernization of the nuclear triad the nuclear fleet if we can if we will just maintain all of that hi tech stuff at the regular rate it would be much less expensive for the taxpayers but we always find ourselves in these situations where you know we used to somehow we have after a peace through strength president wraps up their terms and in all of a piece to weakness and president comes along and says we don't need all that stuff anymore so it's it's it costs a lot to spend dollars is an unnecessary addition here again if you have a nice regular maintenance and and modernization schedule the other thing though the consul on the coastline in terms of of the wear and tear on the troops themselves apple during the Obama years we were to the point where many of our aircraft particularly in you know in like the navy and and the army that much of that aircraft wasn't even able to be flown in when you can fly aircraft you can't get parts for if you can't be in you you can't if to ground them and that means your ground in the pilots and we also had two years when the airforce itself we can afford to to train is is often we didn't have as much time for pilot stick to maintain their right you know their their skills and and in their air worthiness and it's just really it's a huge cost to not keep defenses number one priority in the in that the government so that there's all that and and by the way we're in a bit of a crisis again because while we've been rebuilding the military this year house Democrats have decided since they took control of the house they decided to use our military as leverage to you know to get after Donald Trump and so we still don't have a national defense authorization act even though the Senate passed it eighty eight with a B. R. A. D. like seven I forget the exact number but he was army was eighty six to seven overwhelmingly bipartisan anyway the house passed there's an app on a party boat largely it was it was the order if you recall the president was largely party boat and now in the reconciliation process in the conference committee that they which are set on it Democrats have held up and in this this is very costly because what is long you don't pass that you know you're stuck with old line we're trying to modernize things and of course we haven't done the defense appropriations bill either we passed that out of out of committee now the the the Appropriations Committee this center opens its on and the no we've we've agreed to the number when the budget the budget and no negotiations earlier this year the Democrats Republicans agreed to a budget which include an increase because the the shuttle at seven or three three billion dollars up from six or ninety six billion and but down from what the Senate passed and so we're in and in my seats in the past pastor depends on Thursdays act defense authorization act authorizes the spending preparations appropriates the money for it and in because of that we are continue with these so called me continuing resolutions extensions of last year's appropriations which means you can't start new programs Scott and you're forced to continue all programs even ones that you had intended I see you that that military intended to end because they are no longer needed here you have to have to continue with them because our dear deal with a lot in Seoul the the you know not doing things in a normal regular order especially when it's been agreed to by both sides is really really costly to our military telephone number is eight hundred two two eight zero five five zero we're gonna take a quick break and come back with the calls first up is bill as a as a comment or question about the weather should stay tuned for that straight ahead Todd good tells a lot about twice and then we're going to get back to it with a more what's on your mind straight it taught make sure you pop on each one of your GMC dot com right now why you're gonna be traveling around to be had the Dutch is this weekend but we get Christmas and new years and stuff too did you hear it's gonna get colder do you have a heated steering wheel even if heated seats of a starter that you.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Hundred billion dollars well seven hundred sixteen billion dollars a second year at seven hundred thirty eight billion this year the on our dreamers military who will have be come at a level that nobody can even we all come close stand to on competing their shoulders with try to make the case and that's what that we have today we had a military that no one was is so above depleted the law so bad the planes and were sold everyone must many respect of them didn't the law fly I we could learn tell from you a very stories early about age ammunition there's they didn't a right have way ammunition and there's a wrong way we had to do a real problem what we have to do that otherwise the federal everything government we talk about this is right a matter to terminate the doc we a have program some very big the very wrong powerful way players I'm not talking about radical and Islam just I'm as talking about the on radical Islam we have to look at the even bigger or picture as a referee on the field but would tell we handle you radical if you do it the Islamic wrong way terrorism in addition get penalized we wiped out ISIS and this now administration's would like to right bring our then people back home we kept the oil alter what it it always did get the and all try we to want correct to bring our people back it home by moving the goal post justify when I took over its three unlawful years ago isis action was all over I just as any parent would tell various you parts of or the Middle any East I show referee you a map would tell you it was put and is I hope the nine justices a certain of color the Supreme Court will tell and you that color you was do it the wrong way very predominant you can't try to and move now the that goal color posts doesn't to say exist you did it the now right you're going way to have for shoots and and today they'll start building up we again stand here and it very would be proud nice of other of countries the arguments could handle it that but were maybe made they won't on behalf but of we've the decimated more than isis seven hundred thousand and they captured daca many recipients but but we've substantially decimated isis many more and we're gonna dreamers have to keep it that way that's and why so we many got many the more leader immigrants al Baghdadi were waiting who to come out of the shadows when you saw those orange we're here jumpsuits to say that we understand with the cutting off that this of the nation heads is based standing on the beach on the rule of law many we understand young men we in learned it this from case childhood that there's that a right was all way Baghdadi and there's a wrong way and we also got his to stand second up for the right they way just to do taken things a man and that's who just why we became second when he got it too doctor recipients and guess the what dreamers we of have America our eye on his and immigrants third who must live in the shadow his third it's was got Sunday a lot of problems get because to prove we know where that he the nine is to justices report so we have to got keep it done it that way the otherwise right way we're going to continue and was very to crowded have problems let me you now look at turn what's it happened in Europe I mean over what's going to my on dear in Europe friend is from New York is Attorney General very sad fishing when you look at what's taking place this is in a Europe re air C. so span they have radio to programming be able to straighten out from their Tuesday own problems but John thank we rebuild Attorney our military General to set up our manufacturing I want to thank is coming all back the advocates at a very but I want very to thank strong you for pitch taking the seven it's hundred a little bit dreamers down from where in this it was country last year but last and year we it good including record numbers the forty two thousand it's coming back very very New York powerfully state and I think our it's country critically is really important strong they were and I two think issues one of the that things were discussed that we can all talk about whether is or not the ten the thousand termination dollars of doctors should be reviewed by per the courts consumer and the per answer person is clear per consumer clearly the courts when you have look wide at that discretion I think really we're with respect going to go forward to because question our consumers to so one strong and whether or not never the reason been strong that we're providing like this adequate so we're or in sufficient great shape for the future and the thank answer you John is no thank they came you Mister president in they may conclude in New York your City remarks at the economic the club secretary of New York the secretary made a remark with all the folks in and the room what we or say business is leaders if in fact you are going business to be works in this hard program to think through and mitigate you should risk take into account how do you the think fact about that risk a significant as it relates number of to individuals trade policy filed and over three to really hundred big issues like climate have relied change upon this program well your climate from change its is a health very institutions complex issue of higher education I consider myself to businesses to be in many ways and environmentalists I particularly want to believe shout it or not out when I build buildings and single I did out the best Microsoft environmental.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Internet radio he is our crony I'm Gerry McNamara eight six six ninety right I so here's what I was thinking just after our our discussion all this just entered my head about you know Bloomberg again the the probable excitement you have from the establishment Democrats and and and the donors who don't think that anybody right now currently is electable and especially the rise of Elizabeth Warren over the last couple of weeks and talking about the billionaire's tax and now up to six percent and then you've got the interview with Bill Gates worries like sh you know I basically he can't endorse warranties looking for the one who's the most professional which means drop the billionaire staxyn that this this theft of wealth that is coming from the one of the leading Democrats is scaring and there's the article today about how Wall Street and Wall Street definitely paranoid about worn becoming president and then with everything that we had number one the the the the third the third quarter numbers and with the projection of what retail sales will be for December plus the fact it looks like the markets are reacting very positively that they believe something is stop and then a probable just a temporary deal at least four cynic significant period of time will happen between will happen between the president and and China that we're gonna get some kind of a deal and you think about if that happens that if they get this done in the next couple of weeks you're talking about a first quarter where all the sudden companies are gonna say okay we can start investing when you start investing in doing that that's money that goes right to the GDP because it's not necessarily just as we've talked about the GDP is not just figured out by the selling of goods and services those are the durable goods report the manufacturing reports of service sector report you can look at those separately but the GDP is based on the transfer of money you invest a hundred billion dollars of industry did that in the first quarter of next year that goes straight into GDP so you have great you know is that what they're worried about and that is that why they want Bloomberg because they believe that any body else that we can talk about anything we want a year out but by the time it gets to October of next year if the economy is great with the candidates they have now they're doomed no matter what this last election a couple of days ago said it's not going to matter when it comes to the president and the big election next year and the only one that they feel they have a chance with would be a Bloomberg who could say I'm a business man more successful than drop well I mean here's the problem with their setting Elizabeth Warren up if if Bernie drops out Bernie's numbers and followers they go to her so she immediately is catapulted into the lead if she ends up being the nominee there will be so much by big business money going to Republicans it will it it won't even be real I mean it will be staggering because it will be everything to defeat her Democrats probably see that their only hope of getting him out of office could be Michael Bloomberg we'll see.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"It has the highest childhood poverty rates in the entire country according to the National Academy of sciences child poverty cost the United States between eight hundred billion dollars to one trillion dollars annually in lost productivity and costs associated with crime and healthcare the goal of the report is to explore and identify programs and policies that could lead to a reduction of child poverty by half within ten years the report found that some existing programs were already doing a good job preventing child poverty from getting worse for example the earned income tax credit and cow fresh California's food stamp program however the report also found that no single policy was enough to achieve the desired fifty percent cut in child poverty and then a larger package of programs and policies would be required the National Academy of sciences proposed a number of different policy packages in its report the most promising package for tackling child poverty was also the most expensive coming in at around one hundred billion dollars Hillary Hines is a member of the board on children youth and families at the National Academy of sciences she said that one of the cost of addressing child poverty might seem high it was lower than the cost of childhood poverty itself one needs to bear in mind the cost but we're incurring as a society year on year for current levels of child poverty in so it's up to a trillion dollars a year in the annual cost of poverty and its implications for our society compared to a hundred billion dollars for the simulations that we have NO Leary is the chief of staff to governor Gavin Newsom she said that the state of California is committed to fighting against poverty on a national scale we are here with your partnering with everybody on this stage with congresswoman Lee with all of you to make sure that we have a California for that we adopt a budget and the value statement in the mail statement to make sure that we are fighting child poverty and third that we're going to make sure that we stand up against these police in Washington not meaning cover something later the guy in the White House who is really thing no to helping out a poor families and poor children congresswoman Lee said that she hopes to use the report as a road map to help implement policies that would help those in poverty get out of poverty she also said the policies could help prevent others from falling below the poverty line in the first place in Oakland I'm Scott Baba with internal Ross pacifica radio KPFA the news website axial says reporting that president trump has suggested multiple times to senior homeland security and national security officials that they explore using nuclear bombs the stop hurricanes from hitting the United States axial subsiding sources who have heard the president's private remarks and who'd been briefed on a National Security Council memorandum that recorded those comments dealing tan has more the US president on Monday tweeted that the X. you story saying he had wanted to blow up hurricanes was more fake news excuse in its Sunday report cited an unnamed source who came to president Donald Trump had a hurricane briefing almost about dropping a bomb inside the eye of a hurricane to disrupt it the article claimed as well that the president also floated the idea to bomb hurricanes at a two thousand seventeen National Security Council meeting the president tweeted that he never set this and cold the story meticulous the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says on its website at that building hurricanes it's not a good idea sign leaving town in New York former Republican Illinois congressman Joe Walsh announced over the weekend that hill challenge president trump for the GOP nomination next year the tea party favorite told M. S. N. B. C. that trump is unfit for the White House this election is about twelve this election is a referendum on him the.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Business and your life that have you on board Johnny dean in the big house I know John fine fine the other they're they're a whole bunch of everything to talk but we had it we had someone who I knew the questions coming in and I hope we have time to get to him today there is a the whole discussion we had earlier in the week and and I don't know if you want to get back all I got this email I'm going to start with an email we got it we got one from Pete over in grand rapids who's talking about the billionaire hi that does all the advertising and pizza a financial adviser and he's a little ticked off yeah well you should be by the way yeah it is that the same area where were these these this billion aired whatever is it doesn't he work in that same area is that many working in a grand rapids on I don't know fishery everybody knows that no I don't think it is but I thought he was he's in a power while today I'm on the air like a hundred years ago a long time ago smart guy no doubt he's a smart guy and you know you get to be a billionaire views start out with two or three is getting he's got a good hearted inherited his dad was in the business but you got to give the guy credit he he runs a hundred billion dollars but but I I do I do think that what he's doing is dishonest I'm very sorry to say that we did have money or one time and he's kind of boarding school if he you you probably don't remember it was back in the early two thousands I think it may have even been in that little window where I wasn't part of the show and I don't call it anyway we'll talk about that because I got this email let's do it set back folks relax you're gonna love the.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"In and remember this and you know it as well as I do we have never taken in ten cents from China. We would lose five hundred billion dollars a year with China. We rebuilt China they've done a great job. But they took us for suckers, that includes Obama and Biden, we took they took us for suckers. Five hundred billion. Five hundred billion. Somebody say you mean five hundred million that's to right now, five hundred billion dollars sexually more than that. I don't want to be too specific. Five hundred seven we're fighting against the same politicians that ravaged great cities and crush the dreams of African American middle plans. The same people who through our borders and allow drugs, gangs, and legal labor to devastate, our poorest, American communities. You know that. Our political opponents looked down with hatred on our values. And with utter disdain for the people whose lives they wanna run. That's the way they've been doing it. And if you take a look at the African American community how, how much progress has been made the lowest unemployment numbers in the history of our country. They called you remember this. They called us deplorables. That was a mistake. Big based on ever forget, I was making a speech after Hillary used the word deplorables. And I didn't think it was that bad. You know why used another word you know what the other word was. She said deplorables, and irredeemable, I think that was worse. But it didn't get picked up. You never know what's gonna.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"Three hundred billion dollars a year to charity. You may have causes that you want to support with donations here are three tips, forgiving giving smart from the heart. I ask the hard questions when you make an investment, it's recommended that you examine your choices and ask lots of questions. You should treat any charitable donation in this chain, careful manner. Second. Give, wary counts, some universities and major hospitals have huge endowments while your local homeless shelter may struggle to keep its doors open. Sometimes finding smaller charities with bigger needs make increase the impact of your dollars and third volunteer, where you donate. The greatest donor satisfaction may come with a combination of time and money, volunteering gives you a chance to see your dollars at work and the rewards may far outweigh simply writing a check. No matter what your age your income when you choose to give you will always get more in return, call today, and let's discuss your needs. Are you taking too many risks with your nest egg or missing out on growth opportunities because you're being too conservative? Not knowing the answer to this question, might just be the single biggest issue, keeping people from achieving their retirement goals. Greg O Donnell president, Donald financial group as an easy solution to this problem. Go to Odia dot com right now and take your risk assessment. Test. He calls it the dominator and it's free to use. The dominant has helped countless investors translate, their feelings about risk into quantifiable data understanding risk tolerance will help what you better position to make sounded vestment decisions based on strategy, not emotions go to Odia fiber dot com today and use the free odometer to while. You're there, you can also get a free copy of Greg's, little red book, retirement, and as always, you can sign up for review. Go to odiaun group dot com or call them today at eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred and take control of your retirement with the Donald financial group worked and saved to hard to not have your assets, and your loved ones protected with an estate plan,.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Francis. China is threatening countermeasures after the US increased tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods as midnight deadline passed. Fewer Crawford reports negotiations continue in the nation's capital between trade representatives from both sides, the hammer out a deal a spokesperson for China's commerce. Ministry says position is clear we opposed unilateral terrify cts, there will be no winner in a trade war. This does not serve China's interest interest of the United States, nor the interest of the world the tier for between the world's two biggest condoms have lasted more than a year with President Trump suggesting recently Beijing backed out of a possible agreement because it wants to make an easier deal with democratic president. We've been losing eight hundred billion dollars trade eight hundred billion dollars. We're going to stop that. And we've already said it Sierra Crawford Washington. Chelsea Manning was released from a northern Virginia jail Thursday after two months day for refusing to testify. Where grand jury betting spent sixty two days can find on civil contempt charges after she refused to answer questions to a federal grand jury investigating WikiLeaks tensions between North Korea and the US could Fleur again. After the north appeared to fire to suspected short range missiles toward the Thursday. Correspondent Meredith would coming shortly after the US seized North Korean cargo ship alleging sanctions violated by the country the ship. Ironically, named the wise honest was hauling coal from North Korea to be sold in other countries. The Justice department says North Korea is using the money earned from coal sales to fund its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs and says the seizure is part of the US campaign for quote maximum pressure against North Korea. House tax committee chair Richard Neal says he'll decide by the end of the week whether to subpoena President Trump's tax returns or.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And it's the same. But we've got to deal with what we have right now and under the situation right now, the president had no other choice. I wish that he wouldn't as he has been. Doing the last twenty four hours praising as if tariffs are a good thing. Because everybody knows they're not. What is he said yesterday? What an excellent alternative it is. And then when he was at his rally the other night when he was stating the fact that this is great because China's going to pay us a hundred billion dollars. Well, as you know, we had to state in that statement, the first part of it when he was said, you know, when the first part of it when he was talking about the, you know that that China broke the deal, that's true. But the last part that China is going to, you know, take the entire burden of the one hundred billion dollars is completely and totally false statement. I wish you wouldn't do that. I wish he wouldn't do things that hurt. His core can politically that will hurt his core constituency, and this will the tariffs again will hit his core constituency, which are farmers and when China retaliates it's going to hit farmers and when the president puts the tariff on the next three hundred twenty five billion. That's going to affect consumer goods. They and the ministration has been trying to find tariffs where the public doesn't get the immediate effect of it. If he puts it on the three hundred twenty five billion than the the next thing, which he said, he will do that will affect an American consumers will feel that hit. I wish he would just be honest with the American people and say, look, this is a trade negotiation. It's going to be tough on us. But in the long run we all win if we do with this way. But when obviously you make the claim that something is good as I said the other day to go back to the outlaw Josey Wales. By the way, it's been on just a every time I turn on the TV. It seems to be on another channel. Again, when dean warmer looks at the other guy. I can't think of his name the actor who played the dean and animal house, but he was an outlaw Josey Wales in the guy who was a Senator Senator. Don't and I'm changing a little bit don't pee on my leg. And tell me, it's rain. And that's what the president is doing when he claims tariffs are an excellent alternative, and that China will pay the brunt of it when it will hurt American consumers, and it is a tax on the it is a tax, and it's an increase in prices for the American consumer. And that's my whole point understand that both sides hurt when you put tariffs on. And I just wish he doesn't need to do this. He doesn't need to say falsehoods about something the American public is willing, especially with with the fact that China broke the deal, and by the way, you see there's no debate anywhere or no, I didn't see Democrats coming out and saying no this is the president. Everybody knows China broke the deal we had a deal in essence done, and it was China. The did it China. China is being viewed right now as the bad guy worldwide in this negotiation, keep it up keep the focus on that save let American the American public know because look the president on one end will say tariffs are great..
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Hundred billion dollars a year to charity, you may have causes that you want to support with donations. Here are three tips. Forgiving smart from the heart. I ask the hard questions when you make an investment, it's recommended that you examine your choices and ask lots of questions, you should treat any charitable donation in the scene careful manner. Seconds, give wary counts, some universities and major hospitals have huge endowments while your local homeless shelter may struggle to keep it stores. Open. Sometimes finding smaller charities with bigger needs make increase the impact of your dollars and third volunteer where you donate. The greatest donor satisfaction may come with a combination of time and money volunteering gives you a chance to see your dollars at work and the rewards may far outweigh simply writing in. Check. No matter what your age your income. When you choose to give you will always get more in return call today, and let's discuss your needs. Are you taking too many risks with your nest egg or missing out on growth opportunities because you're being too conservative? Not knowing the answer to this question might just be the single biggest issue keeping people from achieving their retirement goals. Greg O'Donnell president Donald financial group has an easy solution to this problem. Go to ODI F group dot com right now and take your risk. Assessment test. He calls it the Odom eter, and it's free to use. The O'Donnell has helped countless investors translate their feelings about risk into quantifiable data understanding risk tolerance will help. What you in a better position to make sound investment decisions based on strategy, not emotions go to ODI group dot com today and use the free dominator to while. You're there you can also get a free copy of Greg's little red book a retirement, and as always you can sign up for your complimentary review, go to ODI F. I group dot com or call them today at eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred and take control of your retirement with the O Donnell financial group. This is Greg Goodall. I am Greg doll, and I take your calls right here. Every week at eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred that's eight six six four nine six twenty three hitter. Not because I'm live local or very much unrehearsed. But because I'm very much like.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"President Trump stopped in Alaska for refueling. He addressed troops at joint base, Elmendorf Richardson, saying the military can expect even more funding from his administration. We've increase your budget from not too much to seven hundred billion dollars, and then from seven hundred billion we went up to seven hundred and sixteen billion, and I won't tell you this year surprise, but the generals are going to be very happy when they hear it because it's going up yet again because we have no choice cost, but we have no choice without a military. What are we have officials say they expect to northern California towns cut off after a river broke its banks during heavy rain to be accessible again today, the Russian river north of San Francisco reached about forty six feet Wednesday night its highest level in twenty five years. Floodwaters cutting off the towns of gern veil and Mario breaking news analysis at townhall dot com. Maryland state lawmaker has been formerly censored by her colleagues for uttering a racial slur against black residents, but says she will not step down. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. The vote to center Maryland delegate, Marianne Lasantha, was unanimous. Liz, anti try to speak in the house chamber, but was not recognized later telling reporters he won't resign because quitting is easy. But it's not the road to redemption. The Washington Post reported to us the racial slur at an after hours gathering to describe people living in Prince George's county, just outside of Washington while the santee apologized this week. She also said she didn't think she'd use that word, but doesn't remember for sure I'm Jacky Quin under armor, the Baltimore based athletic apparel company, laying off fifty people part of a plan. It says to rejuvenate.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of our country. Not only people not only gangs and criminals human traffickers, it's an invasion of drugs into our country. It's an invasion like you've never seen before you talk about heroin ninety percent of the heroin coming into our country comes in through the southern border. We can stop so much of that. And I'll tell you this. If we build a proper barrier with all of the technology, which only really works with the barrier. But if we build a proper burial with great technology to we will see crime throughout the United States. Go down in percentages that we've never seen before it'll be an amazing thing because so much of it comes through southern border. I think most of the things you would know. Taking development at success. I mean, no country has had the success that we've had over the last two years that I will say this. If the other party got into office consider being up and having these phenomenal three hundred and four thousand jobs added, and we had so many great bonds, and it's been a little bit tricky because I'm in the middle of some very big trade deals, which is disruptive before you're making. But after you make it much better than they were before. I don't even be much better. I mean better like nobody's ever seen before. That includes a deal if we make the deal with China, you're talking about it'll be a different world for us laws. Five hundred billion dollars a year with China for many years five hundred billion not million five hundred billion. We're not gonna do that anymore and our relationship with China's extraordinary my relationship with the president Xi is better. I guarantee than any relationship of a president that the president is not even close. But it can't go on this way. We can. It allowed this to happen. And if you notice yesterday, and I think it was a big story. It should have been but China as a sign of goodwill has agreed to purchase a tremendous massive amount of soybeans and.
"hundred billion dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"And we have six hundred billion dollars their direct investment. Furthermore, one point one million Americans work for British companies here in the United States and nearly one point four million Britons work for US companies. By the way, bilateral trade and investment sports. Millions more jobs indirectly every single American state has jobs that are directly connected. To a UK company the five largest states in terms of employment bribery, firms number one is Texas. Number two is California. Number three is New York. Number four, Pennsylvania. Number five. This is US jobs for by British investment are all kind of high quality. They're more white collar jobs, manufacturing chemicals. Pharmaceuticals information technology financial services. I know a company in the mid west. I did work for that is owned by British military firm. They bought a bunch. They did. So a bunch of investments and kind of tertiary military law enforcement type companies here in the United States. That this is huge. The UK is the fourth largest export destination for American goods and services. There are fourth largest export destination. If they hit a huge. Recession because of a hard. Brexit were going to get hammered. Our exports will drop dramatically to the UK. We're we're there. They're they're they are our seventh largest overall trading partner,.