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"jeff tucker" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:05 min | Last month

"jeff tucker" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everyone and thank you for tuning into the liberty report with us today as daniel make. Atoms are co host calling in from california. Dan you good to have you with us today. Good morning dr paul. How're you. I am doing fine. Yeah i understand. You'll be retoring returning to texas soon and you've done quite a good job by being available even when being out of town even though we did we did have i thought everything in california was perfect perfect state and i thought they would have perfect internet connections and all but evidently they have a few problems out there but the very wealthy i think they do very well in california but they have people in the street people and and you know violence in the streets and which we have not been surprised about mainly because You know the radical left people are in charge they. They spent a lot of money on policing activities. But they're usually on the wrong side of the law they're trying to You know support the people who are tearing up town anyway. We wanna talk today of some on some various issues about one of course You know what's going on with the corona and what is Wh- what is new there and we're gonna talk a little bit about melinda gates she. She's in a news and she said something that reminded me of something that she said not not a long time ago in inherit is Matter of fact. I think this came up might might've even been with Rand pushing on you know the ramifications of locked on somewhere along the way though out she said we really didn't give much consideration to the downside of what we're doing and that. That's a sort of an understatement. But melinda came up with a similar statement Over the weekend and It was The said that they had not thought through the epa epa economic impact of some of their recommendations and I think they didn't think through a lot of an occasion because maybe their goals were different than maybe. They were concentrating on that. And maybe they still are but the the economic and also. The civil libertarian Impact of what they have advised and supported. is Hurting a lot of people matter of fact it's becoming a much bigger subject and today you know there was a lot more trust to six eight months ago. Government knows best will do whatever they say. There's still a lot of people that way. Because they they wanna believe and they need somebody to help them about There's a lot of other people now are saying. Now the vaccines available. Is it gonna work. And how much is this going to really cost and what really is going on. So it's a welcome opportunity for us to have Melinda saying something This was a report in a c- jeff jeff tucker Had this article but Daniel i think it's enlightening to know Exactly what some of these individuals who promote all this stuff are actually thinking. And i think this is a true statement from what melinda just said this students are i think points to a larger crisis in our society. Which is the that the elites most of them unelected was somehow find themselves With the ability to make policy from the rest of us are so completely divorced so completely isolated from the effects of the things recommended for the things that they say That that society. Is i think a crisis point in olinda gates when she said we hadn't thought this through it wasn't necessarily about the lockdown. She was talking about the pandemic. But as jeff tucker points out in the article that we're talking about essentially these elites were so so so legally separately live such separate lives..

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC is Mona Co star Abdi has more Minnesota, confirming more than 700 infections. Sunday and in Texas, the state now the point doctors, respiratory nurses and backup personnel as cases surge in some areas. Hundreds of patients lining up for hours in hopes of getting tested in hard hit cities like El Paso Cities in the East. Fighting off super spreader events, New York City officials halting a wedding with a 10,000 person guest list. Queda our eyes on the economy. For those of you wanting to buy a home right now. Good news. Just like our temperatures. Competition is finally cooling off a bit. The pandemic pushed peak purchasing into the fall, and now we think that kind of pent up demand from missing sales earlier in the year has mostly been worked through by this point. Zillow economist Jeff Tucker also says sellers hesitant during covert 19, maybe a little less so now. Shoppers in their early thirties. Hope, a new crop of homes. They'll like just hit the market, head out, move out of the apartment and buy their first home get a little bit more space and a little bit more certainty and control over their future. They could get less than 3% interest rates. But sellers hope they're home values will soar. Even Mohr Peter same or Katya, Katya are news time 707. Time for traffic time for Nanny Sullivan from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. It's time to face those delays on your freeways. And you do have some on I 10. They're eastbound between 67th Avenue all the way through the tunnel to seven Street. So over on the East Valley do have crews working an accident investigation along the border road in it's restricted East and West found between Cooper and Gilbert Road. You've got Elliot. You could always do with something else. Instead, Look for the one that's a slowdown, often on East found from Seventh Street, Cave Creek Road, the.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Quarantine. Cactus Shadows, is hoping to find another opponent for next weekend. Live in the newsroom. Jim Bronson hard news eyes on the economy when mortgage freezes from the cares act, and in the spring foreclosures could surge here in Phoenix, Metro and all across the country. Three million Americans Aaron for Barents down a third since the pandemics peak, but that doesn't seem to be on track. To get down to zero. Before this 12 month, clock runs out. Zillow economist Jeff Tucker hopes enough jobs can come back from the pandemic so homeowners can pay their mortgages again. If they cannot. Home prices have been rising. So much and lending standards have been pretty tight for the last several years, so most of these folks will have a decent cushion of home equity. Phoenix Metro's home values are up 11.7% in a year. The nation's best, Peter, say, Mork Our News Arizona votes. Sending psychologists and social workers out on police calls involving people with mental health problems is something Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden said he'd like to see during last night's ABC News Town Hall, retired Phoenix police Sergeant Darren Burge tells Katie are I have no problem with bringing psychiatrist or some other expert in a situation where you have somebody that has some type of mental illness. That's the great thing that Bird says it would take more funding for police to add people like that, because they go on. A lot of mental health calls tune in on Monday for live coverage of President Trump's sixth Arizona campaign visit. The president will be in Prescott and Tucson Monday for make America great again Rallies. Katie Air will bring you live updates from Prescott leading up to the president's rally at noon, and then we'll carry that live for you. You can catch all the latest election updates on 92 3 FM right here also on our app or a.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on Molloy  Power Moves

Molloy Power Moves

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on Molloy Power Moves

"If you buy used the if you get a home depot credit card right now you know and it's like. Why are they doing? What? Why are, why is everybody doing that? Yes I mean the one thing is you're giving someone opens by and we know that consumers either have wants or needs rates. That's kind of what we make emotional purchases on. So when you go through like that. I think the stores that offer at the end big mistake is they're not. Opening the offer to buy. You for the transaction. They're banking on the fact that if you gay best buy for example, you best by credit card, well, you'll come back to buy spend more money at some point. Versus. Offering financing front getting some approved, and then letting them make the purchases they want. you know same thing if you were to go to a tire store. Most people don't wake up on Monday morning get a flat tire excited to go to that store. And then they. Come on. Nobody nobody. By Way. Want to. Jeff Tucker around three order appear entire stores in addition to which she's also a All second he. Sitting here and a giant ant just crawled. In front of me. I. Got Distracted. I Apologize I thought it was going to take off with my my water bottle. Anyway. Where was is explaining Jeff, what you do Jeff Jefferson, Entrepreneur Jeff has three. Thai order appear entire stores. He's also invented a payment plan system. Called taps. So we'll get into that in a second, but go ahead continue. Josh. What you're saying. Yes I mean, it's it's it's the you know. So like what we do is like these stone financing and like I said, it's a little more. And when we talked to retailers and we start going through the credit spectrum. A lot of the. Discomfort come from the retail does not really understanding. What offering payment options do at the color and stories. That isn't market I mean when I ran retail.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:35 min | 5 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Corona virus in Arizona. Arizona is reporting it's Lois to daily Corona virus case total since May 187 new cases reported this morning. That means this is the third time since April that our state has reported less than 200 new cases in a single day. 100 for new deaths recorded bringing the statewide total to 4896. This comes after just under 4700. PCR tests were processed overnight again. 187 New Corona virus cases and 100 for new deaths. Taylor Kenna wrapped our news, Glendale first responders air going above and beyond their call of duty. A fire captain Ashley lost tells our firefighters and police officers who have recovered from cove in 19. Are now donating their convalescent plasma. One person donating can treat up to three people, so that's a lot of people that were able to affect once again after already serving the public with our jobs over a dozen Glendale first responders have donated their antibodies so far by talent is hosting the drive. They report the demand for plasma in Arizona. Has increased by 400% gyms, restaurants and other businesses are on track to reach the next phase of reopening tomorrow in PBA, Pronoun and Maricopa County's That's according to state health director Dr Carrick wrist, she tells the mic broom had showed that although Corona virus metrics are trending in the right direction we want people to realize, though, is it's only going to continue if people continue taking those steps, so this is no time to think we're out of the woods. This pandemic is still here, and it's still in our community. She adds that if the county's do reach the moderate phase, all businesses have to do is fill out a form agreeing to follow state health guidelines. Eyes on the economy. PHOENIX Metro Home values Could rant rise Just 3.6%. While Cove in 19 lingers, Zillow readjusted its forecast slightly down what it looked at the main street economy, and it's typically lower wagered earners just job growth that we saw last month. If that really starts to Peter out in the August jobs report, That would be an indication that recovery is not reaching all corners of America and that will eventually drag down the housing market as well. L Economist Jeff Tucker also predicts a 5% drop in home sales this winter, he adds, no housing market will plummet like during the great recession and it's excessive inventory and foreclosures. Now, time for a check on traffic Here is Monica Read live from the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic center things the good on our valley freeways Right now Off the freeways. You get good news in north Scottsdale, 92nd Street and Shay That accident has cleared their is a collision over a Campbell and 30th Avenue and then out of town US 60 because of the griffin Fire. US 60 closed in both directions. Near Phillips Mine Road to state Route 73 Mile Post. 3 18, This supportive sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, leaving a child in a hot car can lead to their death in a matter of minutes. If you see a child left unattended, call 911 a message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. I'm Monica read news. Got a high pollution advisory today and an excessive heat warning through Friday evening, we have a 10% rain chance today. Otherwise mostly sunny, hazy and hot with a high of 112. Partly cloudy in 89 Tonight and sunny and 112 again tomorrow. Right now it is 100 degrees and Chandler weather Brought to you..

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Major Real Estate Website Now Shows Flood Risk

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 5 months ago

Major Real Estate Website Now Shows Flood Risk

"D. Y. E. N., dot com slash NPR to learn more many people who lose their homes wildfires or in hurricanes did not know they were in harm's way. You can understand that this might happen. You know that the houses near the words or near the. Coast, but you don't quite realize the risk don't quite realize the extent of the danger. One major real estate site is now showing a homes flood risk along with photos of the kitchen and living room so that people will know this is one way that climate change has become a more direct part of home-buying. A long-term decision that a lot of people make our reporting from NPR's climate team starts with NPR's Rebecca Hersher. It's obvious to a lot of Americans that climate change means more flooding more than a thousand homes and businesses are flooded in the Jackson Mississippi Southern Louisiana Sixty thousand homes north. West of Omaha is still dealing with the math more than four hundred homeowners. Even, though government flood maps have been around since the seventies, there was no mention of flooding on real estate websites until today Leslie Jordan is a vice president of the website realtor dot com, which lists more than one hundred, ten, million homes. Flooding is the most common costly natural disaster in the US. So realtor DOT COM has added flood information to every listing Jordan says that's thanks in part to a new privately funded fled information project called flood factor. Matt E B. is one of the CO founders of. Flood factor which rates houses on a scale from one to ten. So if it's very likely a very deep flood, you'll get a flood factor of ten for that property. If it's very unlikely, then it'll be a flood factor one, the ratings take into account climate change particularly sea level rise and more extreme rain ev says that kind of Info has actually been out there for years. It's just that regular people haven't had access to it. A. Democratization of this information is the way that we like to think about. It because there are people who already have this information and they're already acting on it people like mortgage insurance companies and large real estate developers, some of which have fought against public flood disclosure laws. So are other real estate sites also going to add this information. Can you say We are hopeful and happy to engage in those conversations with folks and that less than specific answer made my colleague Pr's Climate Team Lauren summer wonder what is going on with the other real estate websites so she called them i. I I asked Zillow if they're thinking about publishing flood, risk their number of challenges with that, and it's something that I think sooner or later would be a great feature to include Jeff. Tucker is an economist at Zillow who has studied how the homes they help sell art risk from climate change hundreds of billions of dollars just tremendous amount of real estate at risk primarily from coastal flooding for instance, Tucker. Says the company has had internal discussions about including flood risk, but they expect pushback from some users the current. May Be very unhappy to have that kind of information surfaced. If they're interested in selling their home, I heard the same thing from Taylor Mar lead economist at red. Fin. Could this actually reduce the value of this existing homeowner and essentially take away a lot of their net worth Marceau's on the buyer side Redfin survey show that three quarters of them. WanNa know about natural disasters before making an offer but he says that Info can't. Crowd out other fell on the website. If we made the whole front page just about flood risk, they might not be as easily able to navigate how long the commute is. For example, Maher says they're looking at testing including flood

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Money Watch with Jason breaths. The pandemic is changing where renters wanna live. Zillow reports that urban rents are growing at a slower pace across the country compared to suburban areas. Zillow economist Jeff Tucker says it's a combination of factors resulting from the dramatic changes to the workplace. It's hard to tell how much is due to the work from home. Kind of movement and how much is due to people getting laid off and we know that there are disproportionately more people working in the service industries. You know, restaurants and bars who are renting in cities, and we know that they really for the front of the layout in San Francisco. Rents on average were down 2.2% in June compared to a year earlier, while rent in San Francisco suburbs rose by nearly 1%. Zillo says. Since February that pace of rent growth has slowed by 3.9% points in San Francisco, while slowing by only 1.3% points in the suburbs, another solid day for the stock market, with the NASDAQ closing over 11,000 for the first time on a gain of 109 points, the Dow added 185 points and the S and P moved higher by 21 points. On the money watched Jason Brooks KCBS. We save big money with our progressive home and auto bundle and used the cash to take a family vacation to Hawaii. Who's up for a This's not of realty testimonial. Sure, customers can save big money with progressive but not enough to go to Hawaii. They'll probably use it for things like the mortgage and groceries for even a travel magazine, so at least they can see pictures of Hawaii. Years, saying.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On Wall Street With Jason Thrusts, landlords and cities are finding it harder to charge high rents. A report from Zillow finds that urban rents are slowing at a faster rate than in the suburbs due to a combination of service workers losing their jobs. And tech employees getting to work remotely. Zillow economist Jeff Tucker says landlords are dealing with suddenly high vacancy rates in cities like San Francisco, where rents are down over 2% in June compared to a year earlier. Another thing we see a lot of his concessions, so you get your 1st 6 weeks free if you sign a year long lease That's one way landlords who kind of keep the the kind of sticker price higher on the unit, but, well, effectively, you know, lowering the yearlong cost about 10%. Tucker expects rents to continue a significant decline in the coming months. Initial jobless claims moved a little bit lower from the prior week. And that helped out the stock market, which featured the NASDAQ closing above 11,000 for the first time on a gain of 109 points. Tao added 185 points and the S and P gained 21 points on the money Watch. Jason Brooks KCBS Meet Chuck Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browses online his info travels all over the World Bulls you breathe yet exposing it to cyber threats. Well, that's no good. So how is Chuck able to sleep? Because he knows Norton and Lifelock are now part of one company. Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock provides an all in one membership for.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KGO 810

"I have been called everything from a tease to Lahore on the tax line. But colleagues had better manners but still disagreed with her. There should be a dress code. You've got guys in high school, trying to remember what page you on Julius easier John Kennedy, and they're staring at the girl's. It sounds like a boy problem out a girl problem. We're hardwired to reproduce, so it always falls on us to adapt to change to make the men more comfortable. I can't wear this because men are going to be distracted. I can't show all of this skin because I might get raped by a man. So why wouldn't we want to change the mindset of men instead of the clothing of women? Because it's a losing battle? Because men can't change. The woman has to change. But the men can't. Why not teach your son's not to judge a woman by what she is wearing and not rape them? How about we start there? Nicky Maduro, making the start to your day, a little more interesting. 6 to 10 on KGO A 10. Now back to the Chip Franklin show with Chris Meryl filling in on kgo Aten. You heard us kicking it around before that is with the unemployment benefits expiring the extra $600 a week from the federal government. No stimulus package. Yet on the horizon, a number of people are defaulting on their mortgage payments are on their rent payments. You've heard about this? The question is, How bad is it? Joining me is a guy who has an idea of how bad it is No bad it could get Zillow economist Jeff Tucker's with us right now. And Jeff. Thanks for being on the program. What are we looking at, as Faras? Significance here how many renters are missing their payments? Yeah. Thanks for having me on and I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news. But yeah, we're already seeing in July pre significant increase in the number of renters. Two are missing, missing their rental payments. Compared we now have data through the end of July and compared to last year, about 2% more people just totally failed, too. Pay their rent even by the end of the month, which is just a really significant increase. We're basically talking about going from about 5% of renters who just totally missed it for the month of 27% comparing 2019 to 2020 On that is set to get much, much worse in August because we know a lot of renters are unemployed, and now they are no longer getting that extra $600 a week, which was really helping people make me And of course, there's savings. Start to run out. That's when we're going to see more and more defaults on the rent payments. What I guess what is what is the solution here? I'm really concerned about the number of people that aren't going to find. You know the quarters in the couch that they need to make their rent. And what average rent is mean in San Francisco. Average rate is astronomical, but even nationwide, it's It's nothing to Scott. But you're still talking. 17 1800 bucks a month, right? Yeah, Exactly. That is absolutely right. And you might think that rent would have plummeted the spring because demand parental has absolutely pulled back. They can see the rising but Landlords are really, really hesitant, actually dropped that headline read number, so we've only seen the typical rent in the fall by about $5 a month. This spring, it's still up over $1700 a month. Jast Lee higher than that over $3000 in the Bay Area. And so the solution for a lot of people that we've seen so far, especially younger folks is moving back in with Mom and dad. Number of adults living with their parents jumped by about three million people this spring. I think a whole lot of people just packed their bags, especially renters. And you know, she showed up to maybe a quarantine in Mom's basement for a couple weeks on, don't start getting some free family dinners again. What happens to those people when they're ready to Teo Rent again? You know whether it's whether they find a job or they get some savings added up and they're ready to rent again. What does this do to the rental records? Because now all of a sudden they're going to say you have miss rental payments, right? That's right. And you know, that's one of the big concerns that was totally un addressed by the eviction moratorium that are covering a lot of renters around the country is that it's still a black mark on your rental record and that data That landlords actually buy from sort of data collection agencies that if you don't necessarily disclosed that, or if you don't have to disclose that you're evicted in the middle of this pandemic, someone out there now we'll sort of know that you have missed payments on your rent. I think that's one reason that some people were just Sort of getting out ahead and saying, OK, even if my landlord may have trouble legally evicting me, I'm just going to pack my bags now. So this is a major catastrophe for millions of people that Is going to hold them back from getting their own place a few years from now. This is particularly bad for generations. He who was kind of just getting started getting their legs under them, getting their own place in their twenties. Sort of reminiscent of the way that the millennials were really kneecaps by the great recession 12/12 or so years ago as they came out into their 20 said to get started on the career. What does this do? Ah, Jeff Tucker are Zillow economist What does this do to the landlords?.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Nineties tomorrow then down into the upper eighties on Wednesday with daily morning lows in the sixties and ABC fifteen the religious iris I'm a senior at six oh three at sixty eight degrees in Gilbert well the virus in Arizona a father of three now home with his family after being in the hospital for fifty five days finding the corona virus called the dial is a family physician in Chandler he almost died but is now recovered and has a message for all of us this is a virus that will kill you and we don't know who that will affect I never thought it would affect me being healthy you know forty six year old man he says if you're going back to work or if you're out in public continue to practice social distancing and wear a face mask to protect yourself and others the city of Glendale's beginning to phase in plans for fully re opening city parks will begin to reopen this week playground equipment and dog parks open this past weekend restrooms and splash pads and city parks will follow in late may deputy city manager Rick Saint John says safety still a top priority it is a city priority to get those facilities back open up and running on a limited basis at first but then certainly full time and regular schedule as quickly as we can residents will also be able to attend city council meetings and the ten devoting meeting on may twenty sixth John roller KTAR news if you're working from home during the pandemic there's a good chance you're not in a hurry to get back to the office three quarters of people surveyed hope this work from home thing last well beyond the pandemic and in the Zillow survey two thirds of them would move further away from the urban core and a lot of people are looking for a big enough home to truly have a home office and again they're not super worried about a longer commute they maybe make it once a week Zillow economist Jeff Tucker also says urban properties could become cheaper and car traffic could drop one thing on the flip side though is that if people are free to get back on subways or trains or buses to go to work that could also cause traffic to rebound Tucker says workers must figure out how much work place time is necessary especially for promotions to pay for a larger suburban homes Peter say more KTAR news from let me take a selfie yeah that could be you this morning if you're planning to take a new birth there are new safety protocols starting today uber will require writers to take a picture.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pandemic is bringing in new research and development center here greater Phoenix economic council president and CEO Chris Camacho says zoom brings five hundred new jobs to Arizona this particular home will be anchored by top engineering staff and the partnership with Arizona State University and Dr Michael crow was a key part of this processing location has been finalized but the company is looking for spaces near AS you to attract recent graduates from the engineering program our housing market was on fire until the corona virus it but perhaps a cooling off period was just what I needed in March median listing prices had been fourteen percent higher than the year before so it it may be sort of putting the brakes on what was turning into a bit of a run away beginning to look a bit like a bubble in terms of such rapid appreciation a lower columnist Jeff Tucker also says home listings in the top fifty price range dropped by twenty five percent in April year over year the biggest drop for all listing types people buying and selling higher end homes have a little bit more capability to sort of time that purchase Tucker says more homes are slowly returning to the market right as a result us stay at home order expires Peter Seymour KTAR news seven oh two and now it featured and it's Danny Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well I've got some good news I ten actually looks pretty good heading in from the avenues forty Third Avenue toward Seventh Avenue no delay there on I. seventeen definitely have a delay through construction on the seventeen southbound between Seventh Avenue at about seven street where the left lane is blocked also you've got a new jury accident over on metallic fortieth street this report it's fostered by caterpillar to everyone who keeps America moving they like to extend their sincere appreciation.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The story the man's name is that Jeff Tucker he started by leaving a basket of food so eggs rice pasta T. other such things in a basket on the street outside along with this hand written note saying those who A. NY can take those you can should give and since then the locals who are struggling I've taken from this basket well those who are more fortunate to have the deposited various products in the basket for this reporter went to visit this man and he was quoted as saying the time quite if my neighbor goes hungry while I'm full not since settling and I'm sure the current difficult situation pushes all the Shamil boxes expense is a necessary lesson that we'll need it so you is pretty positive stories of fathers been those with negative consequences that anybody's reported indeed you know many of posted on social media saying that they have lost seven a similar local campaigns and that this is actually a it's a kind of twist that young to local Turkish neighborhood traditions ready a one of those is placing a an extra suppers bread in a plastic bag and hanging on the street corner the people in need so people know what that means already and another one is that house wives lowering baskets from the windows to pick up what is it that made at the local corner shops that's one of the reasons I think why this is struck a chord as well as the fact that of course is quite saying how warming story at such an uncertain time was a story from a stumble I am by BBC monitoring is William Armstrong this is the news from the BBC world service on my news from Jerry the British prime minister Boris Johnson has spent the night in intensive care at a London hospital after his corona virus symptoms worsened China has reported no new deaths from corona virus for the first time since it started publishing daily figures in January I'm one of the headline the former Vatican treasurer cardinal George Pell has been freed from prison after his conviction for sexually assaulting two boys was overturned by Australia's High Court Anson's solve Afghan and Pakistani nationals including people seeking medical treatment and visiting relatives have been stranded to the Afghan Pakistan border for weeks Pakistani authorities closed it following the outbreak of coronavirus now Afghans stunting to return home as two key crossings will briefly reopened that being eleven virus related deaths so far in Afghanistan as told to smile said Dotson Kabul I am what is the situation on the border well the border has been opened only four have guns were stuck on the other side of the border and did any opening is for three days from yesterday thousands of people came to the crossings yesterday and today the number has increased by many folds and it seems of code to get into situation from the border crossing in eastern Afghanistan have been circulating on social media initially the officials were trying to managed that the influx you know they were planning to allow one thousand Afghans to enter the country each day on both the the the crossings but the president did was seen them many thousands have arrived today to the crossing point and which J. shows that that the officials were not able to manage them and did to screen every single of them they're just crossing the border at the officials in eastern Afghanistan were planning to the put every one in isolation for a wireless to make sure that they're they're they're not bringing that divide us but the that seems not to be there working in the as it was planned so the the the the the border will still be open for another day to allow the remaining game happens on the other side of to come in and that there are hundreds of other how does the Afghans and Pakistanis stranded on this side of the of the border but the dead replied does not known and do they they do is still have to wait until they are allowed by the parks in your fishes to cross the border to the other side yes well thank you smell Sundance in Kabul well why places like Afghanistan on Europe the U. S. struggling to cope with the pandemic China is coming out of the of the site at least for now the city of Wuhan with heavy nineteen emerged late last year as reported no new coronavirus deaths since January indeed China as a whole has not reported any deaths tomorrow people be allowed to leave behind for the first time since the lockdown that began let's get to our correspondent in Beijing Stephen McDonell Steven how significant is this milestone well sure people have definitely day with no new coronavirus deaths in twenty four hours a day is quite something now sure there are those who would say there are problems with the official figures that they've been under reported they couldn't possibly have counted all of the infections I couldn't possibly have counted all the deaths but that doesn't matter so much when you consider that the important thing is the trend so you know it could be twice as many data could be ten times as many dead but the scientists are telling us that all the way the trend seems to be right so if you imagine that as a as a graph that that's gone up and bounce back down again and the real world evidence would seem to suggest that we are kind of coming out the other end here in China I mean for example the the I. leads here wouldn't be allowing people to travel from who by province to Beijing if they thought it was dangerous and in the coming hours they'll finally be opening up Hon to the outside world the city with his global catastrophe began will again have connections that people couldn't leave the city for the first time since January and as these restrictions are lifted will that still be control measures in place for for people coming in will people have to wear masks in certain circumstances yeah there's still a lot of social distancing measures it remain in place all over China many in Beijing for example you still cannot go into an apartment block unless you're a resident there you can't into most buildings unless you're wearing a mosque or shops with the mosque after via temperature body coming into Beijing from anywhere has to do two weeks quarantine on arrival so you can say that they had taken very slowly I mean cinemas haven't opened up yet again or you know a karaoke places are all that type of stuff restaurants are open but not all of them and those that are open have capped the number of Dinah's and use you supposed to sort of maintain a level of distance between the next title so it's kind of a a slowly re opening approach way little by little they're they're sort of releasing the valves to see how it goes because we're still getting these new infections in the form of people arriving mostly Chinese citizens privacy is coming from North America from Europe and bringing the virus back with them Stephen McDonell in Beijing thank you ask question being debated across the world should the public west face masks to help stop the spread of code nineteen an ostrich now compulsory to wear them in shops Slovakia and the Czech Republic of going even further making the wearing of face masks compulsory for anyone leaving home the U. S. centers for disease control and I'm recommending that all Americans whether in public but there are widespread shortages of.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here for good jobs Zillow economist Jeff Tucker also says national home construction and purchases slowed in the first half of last year leading to a pricing correction the information got out their listing agents reprocess that then they're able to price homes a bit better and really move some of that inventory off the market on average home buyers in Phoenix metro who went above asking prices paid forty one hundred dollars more Peter say more KTAR news KTA our eyes and education the president of our three public university say investments in research are key to our state's economy as a as you president Michael pro put set universities are very powerful transformative forces if you can build a critical mass of discovery and problem solving he says Arizona's economy is strong but it'll require more investment a researcher at our three public universities keep that momentum going Arizona's two US senators are on the same side when it comes to helping seniors Republican Martha make Sally and Democrat cure since animal along with sixty other senators have sent a letter asking the trump administration to strengthen Medicare advantage plans they're asking for the incentives and flexibility to offer affordable patient centered options almost half a million Arizonans were enrolled in Medicare advantage plans in twenty eighteen Deborah Dale Katie A. R. news Arizona's every riddle aeronautical university joining other top institutions a commercial flight training organizations offer a program that fast tracks the careers of students wanting to be airline pilots accepted into the program that pretty much means that the last interview so your Reddick we have to do for their career that Cerrone who back with Embry riddle aeronautical university he says a recruitment development program AVA not only opens new career opportunities a United Airlines will provides a new type of support to their students are built in that experience with their academics and flight training but then they also have that meant to order it directly from the industry that can help them through some of the steps of the way the program will allow students to step into a career path tailored to their experience while preparing them for a high paid first officer jobs with United Gabriel Camino K. T. A. R. news speaking of flight I don't know if you heard about this or not but passengers on a transatlantic flight from New York probably pretty happy about it they landed nearly two hours early the British Airways seven forty seven landed early Sunday morning at London's Heathrow after taking off from new York's JFK just four hours and fifty six minutes earlier that breaks a two year subsonic passenger jet record crossing the Atlantic between the two cities the supersonic Concorde plane used to cross in just over three hours it stopped flying in two thousand three the British Airways flight took advantage of a jet stream being powered by a storm that was battering northern Europe thank Schreiber ABC news New York that are errors on a morning news coordinator Jeremy foster he he's he loves anything else related to airplanes right now he's like I can't believe a seven forty seven broke that right I know that's a huge huge aircraft KTAR news time six so seven A. R. traffic.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"With the case CBS news watch now let's talk about homes have you have you got one of you to have you think you can afford one baby boomers largest generation of the last fifty years in KCBS is keep Menconi says a new report predicts that when boomers age age out of home ownership and I may be doing that right now it'll lead to a massive selloff you just gonna have to wait a little bit demographic shift is coming and it's gonna have a big impact on the housing market it's a tremendous fraction of the nation's housing stock that is currently occupied by baby boomers Jeff Tucker an economist with real estate data companies yellow according to the firm's just released report this sell off will help give rise to a turnover of twenty five percent of the bay area's housing stock over the next two decades this is going to be a really significant upward shock to the number of number of homes that are available to buy in the next ten to twenty years and that could help take the edge off the worst of the housing crisis but says Tucker the shift is still five to ten years off and in the meantime millennials are just starting to buy their way into the housing market so I think the big challenge in the next five years is that we're going to have both of our biggest living generations the millennials and baby boomers all trying to be homeowners at the same time making things a little crowded keep Menconi KCBS another state has decided to sue San Francisco based E. cigarette company jewel labs the district of Columbia says the company's online ads and promotions illegally targeted miners the move follows similar lawsuits filed by California New York in North Carolina several other states are also investigating jewel which dominates the west baby Markert market under intense pressure jewel has suspended its US advertising and halted sales of all but two of its flavors the company is also closed its social media accounts and tightened age verification for online sales representatives for jewel did not immediately respond to a request for comment do you take a a heart disease medication new study finds that one in eight adults with heart disease do not take their medication as prescribed because it costs too much Houston Methodist hospital says people delay filling prescriptions take less medication is required or maybe even skip pills all together the study co author Dr Corum Nassir says if you are struggling to avoid medication let your doctor at least know about significant options available for managing your your rest I thank you if you are taking a non genetic do let us know so potentially we can switch it to add that would significantly reduce the cost Nasser says people with Medicare less likely to cut back on medications pen state health officials say for Californians have been second by eating romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas valley one of those affected as for Marin county county health officials tell KCBS that person was never hospitalized and has fully recovered the state department of public health says a second person affected is from a small county in northern California but officials did not say which county do the risk of identifying the patient CDC is telling all people to avoid all roaming around in Salinas KCBS years time for twenty four times KCBS business the moneywatch with Jason for Disney's new streaming service continues to pilot new subscribers research firm at.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"App your breaking news and traffic six oh two good Saturday evening John roller what Arizona Republican thinks he knows why the number of apprehensions at the southern border fell drastically for the month of June congressman Andy begs telling K. T. A. ours Chad Benson president trump said several weeks ago the US will start deporting those with active removal order that sends a signal all the way from the northern Mexico border all within the central American states that says you will not be welcome here if you order to get out here we're gonna make you get out your times reporting ice will begin deportation roads raids beginning tomorrow K. T. A. our eyes on the economy if you have a high school degree then you should be able to afford the typical mortgage payment that according to a new study by Zillow Jeff Tucker an economist at Zillow says Phoenix rings twentieth in the fifty largest metros when it comes to affordability wanted to see where the places in America where it's still really possible to live that part of the American dream without you know taking on a lot of debt to get a higher education Tucker says a typical down payment here in Phoenix can range from fifty to fifty two thousand dollars well we did see some cloud build up this afternoon we kind of thought we might get a little bit of monsoon activity here in the valley but Andrew dealer with the National Weather Service says it looks as though the storms will stay up around the room see those storms firing up along the rim again and even south of the valley well this topic either banning cancer grammar going to see some storms that likely later this afternoon and dealer says we do have a chance of a dust storm rolling across I ten.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Right it's very interesting because i've always noticed in general with libertarians they'd obviously that you know ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of amarna smart is hans hermann hoppe but just in general with people who are attracted to libertarianism it seems to be people who are really interested in being consistent and one of the things that you see with just about every other political philosophy is people don't really care about being inconsistent like you know the the republicans and democrats and you know right wing left wing guys you just see these inconsistencies all around they don't even seem to care about it and that's i think part of what draws me so much to this kind of hoppy in argumentation ethics thing i think well i was actually talking about something very similar with jeff tucker the swollen and we talk a lot on the phone we're talking about i like libertarians and i'm one but we almost have an autistic almost or ocd obsession with consistency which i admire and i'm i'm with it but i think most people you know they have their day jobs and they're just not that interested in philosophy and that's why if you talked to a conservative or something and they'll they'll say yes i i believe in liberty it's it's an important value among many you know they say that so they'll have an excuse to infringe on later right but basically they're not that obsessed with consistency because if you point out well but you believe in the drug war and they'll say well because then they have an huge right but they right away they're off of their liberty point but we're like no you have to hammer this thing out until the ultimate ends so yeah i think consistency is is really that's why i always think that to be a libertarian you just have to be relatively smart.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Got a debate coming up tonight on what what was the channels names stephanie mcwilliams was any ten it's i i'm sorry it's stephanie macwilliam mcwilliams fao goods called right millennialism like rightwing i'm slowly bring in our around she's a nice scale but just like every once in awhile is this like her come on you agree with three markets on some things but not everything so we just got only keep a churn at her nephew like that's the way a lot of cana conservatives and republicans and rightwingers ours they and that's how i started out as you know it started out as like a neocon like a yeah george bush amina was really young then i got into you know the talk radio no rush limbaugh mark levin okay now i'm a quote unquote conservative and then i got into a libertarian can of you know field and then i'll i'm just like a fullblown forgotten eric hist who was the first libertarian like what what who who is your gateway drug if you will and into liberty well i guess into liberty in general be thomas soul though i don't know if they would have really consider him a libertarian but thomas seoul was definitely the person who kinda got me into economics which got me into politics like i was in the economics before i was into politics which i think is kind of gives me a league a leg up in this debate from there it kinda was milton friedman and then people were talking about this guy hayek and henry has looting those are kind of the intro 's tool you know the austrians read more of me says and then there's this goofy guy with big glasses and wearing a bow tie murray roth barred and once they got into marie rothbart than it's it's like our it to seal deal and tournament out there there's no turning back then a you know following the teachings of walter block and jeff tucker and jeff berwick.

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"jeff tucker" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"jeff tucker" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"And we will see probably about fifteen hundred of people more of whom are actually from out of state so it's a lot of people who who haven't moved yet that are coming to experience of the community of of the project for the for the first time or for the six seven tenth time it's a good way to come in and check it out see what you're what you're getting into a lotta people there's some people that just never leave the they're like well what does this free state project will check it out a fast you know they call their wife and say you know for the housing market i'm not even coming home so there's there's certainly that aspect on a lot of talks a lot of activities we've got a lot of regular so like like you like jeff tucker will co we will be coming back talking about a lot of different things that he's done in the last year of course running for office but also on you know the the whole situation with with muslim sentiment in this country has gotten quite topical dale brown from a threat a threat measure center in detroit is going to be coming not only talking about what he's doing at in detroit but also holding some self defense classes for for people for a for women for teens.

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