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USWNT Gains Victory Over Nigeria as Olympic Cuts Loom
"Going to start things with our good friend julie foudy who joins jones's right now julie. How are you ads. How're you. We're doing great. You're great job silly killing it killing it but we want to talk to you about the. Us women's national team. They played night against nigeria. They got the victory to nil. Until just we're going to check the highlights and get your impressions your opinions on what you saw last night. What do you make of the game. i think it was a little bit of a slog. This will turn it. It was it was caught on purpose. Because it's going to be like that. When they had over to japan and tokyo of course but they did get two goals against nigeria. And that last game. Do you want to run through all the highlights. We do it. Yeah we're watching right now They controlled possession. A lot of a lot of attempts. But we were talking about this a little bit christen and then lynn williams to actually hurt complete. The score to nail will seek guarded. Lloyd involving that play again. That's a very difficult finish christian press. Who's been honestly one of the better players in this one of the better players last night of really good finish And she was active. All night you see. They're making again. Tell us about what you saw last night. Yeah she was lively really active right and then you saw when lynn williams came on the pace right there that we know that lynn williams possesses. And guess who gave you that bowl work. I didn't pratt so i've not kristen. Press actually showed very well in this summer series. Three games and that was huge lynn williams. Because we'll talk about it a little later but then williams is fighting to get into that squad of eighteen which is so tight coming off having twenty-three for world cup to have to then shock that to eighteen to go over for olympic with such a tight turn in terms of games on the schedule there. That's a tough one.
American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Indictment of Oath Keepers
"That there were potential FBI sources that an infiltrated a lot of these groups say, tactic we've seen used in the past, and he mentions the Gretchen Whitmer case as well, if you could hit on that quickly as well. I mean, I think it was a really solid piece. I've looked through those charging documents to you Keep seeing these person. One person. Two people pop up. Well, who are they? Look in the case of the oath, keepers. You know, Of course, it makes total sense to have the FBI not just infiltrating these groups but provoking them like they did in this Gretchen Whitmer alleged kidnapping, uh, plot And so you know, these oath keepers I got to say, you know, I feel sorry for them. My heart breaks in a way there. They're They're kind of sad stories through the idea that they could get together, organized a conspiracy for which they're all being charged with without some professional inside help to kind of forced them to do what they did that day, which again was non violence makes complete sense. I mean, would you put anything past Christopher Wray at this point? Absolutely not. Yeah, I I sincerely doubt that you can. Uh, you can refute the fact that he is probably the worst director we've had in modern modern history. The FBI. I mean, listen, I'm saying that even with Jim Comey I mean, he has been absolutely awful. His failure to turn up anything other than sound bites on the entire spy gate scandal. Uh, you know, as I said in my show last week, Julie, I mean, we really have to start getting ahold of some new conspiracy theories because all of our old conspiracy theories have all come
American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Mistreatment of January 6 Prisoners
"And now an extremely troubling story that I'm seeing other people and by the way, including myself latching onto now because you produce such a volume of evidence. Here that the treatment of these January six prisoners has been absolutely abhorrent Number one for a Constitution Republicans. Secondly, Julie, I'd like to do for you to address how many of those prisoners from Antifa and BLM are being treated the same way in equal conditions if you wouldn't mind. So, Dan, I'll answer your last question first, which is none. Not only is Biden's DOJ not pursuing the ANTIFA BLM rioters from last year they're actively dropping cases against Portland Antifa criminals for far worse crimes than what we saw in January six. This includes Attacking federal officers. As you know, when you talked about yesterday, destroying federal property, Chris Wray was actually confronted about this. During his testimony last week, the FBI director he tap danced around It claimed that they were still looking at all the evidence that a lot of what happened with the 2020 social justice riots if you want to call them that, or they call them that, um, there there were mostly local and state offense is not federal, so he really kept Around that. Meanwhile, you have at least three dozen January six defendants languishing for months in solitary confinement conditions in a D. C. Prison that apparently has been set up justice specifically House them under pretrial detention orders. This is not that they have already had a trial. They've been convicted. They are in jail, awaiting delayed trials for months on end. As the government drags these cases out into really next year's midterm
The Latest: Biden arrives at venue for summit with Putin
"President Joe Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin start their diplomatic talks in Geneva the two were greeted by Swiss president D. Parmalat who spoke through a translator which runs this year I wish you both presidents a fruitful dialogue in the interest of your two countries and the world that reporters yell questions which went unanswered as the leaders headed inside both sides will first hold a small meeting that includes just by didn't Hooton the U. S. secretary of state and the Russian foreign minister with translators they'll then move to larger talks with more senior aides discussions planned include cybercrime Russia's alleged interference in American elections as well as arms control and Russia's intrusion in Ukraine both sides played down expectations for any major breakthroughs while stressing the need to restore more stable relations between the two nations I'm Julie Walker
Kremlin Official Says Summit 'Will Not Be Easy'
"Russian president Vladimir Putin's spokesman is cautioning that the leaders talks today with president Joe Biden will not be easy or likely to yield any breakthroughs Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says the topics on the broad agenda are mostly problematic quote we have many long neglected questions that need to be trawled through that's why president Putin is arriving with an attitude to frankly and constructively sect questions and try to find solutions he went on to say this day cannot become historic and we shouldn't expect any breakthroughs the situation is too difficult in Russian American relations Pascal says the bilateral issues Putin wants to discuss include strategic stability arms control cooperation in regional conflicts and on the pandemic and climate change I'm Julie Walker
Biden Administration Releases Domestic Terror Strategy
"Out a domestic terror strategy and I'm sure before the week is out, we'll be able to go in depth on this, but I think it's worth noting from their tearsheet. Sort of the high level points. First of all, they say domestic terrorism the most lethal elements of today's domestic terrorism threat. Are one racially or ethnically motivated, violent extremist who advocated for the superiority of the white race and two anti government or anti authority, violent extremists such as militia violent extremists. They never define who these groups are. They never defined what ideas qualify as a kind of ideas harbored by these domestic violent extremists they never quantify. And qualify. How big this threat is. What could likely me and you because they don't define it. Goes on to say U. S government will augment its efforts to address online terrorist recruitment and mobilization of violence by domestic terrorists through increased information sharing, with the technology sector and the creation of innovative ways to foster digital literacy and build resilience to recruitment and mobilization. What does that give you any confidence? Basically the government's going to be working hand in hand with big tech to pursue whoever they perceive the threat to be in this country again. Protecting our life and limb is the most important task. Of our government in general and our commander in chief in particular. But what happens when it's weaponized against Innocent American people wrong thinking American people. And as we know, it appears based on Julie Kelly's reporting that there are people essentially being held political prisoners for their views on what had transpired in the 2020 election. So should you have any confidence Should you have any confidence in the system protecting our most cherished liberties and justice when it's been weaponized so many times over the last four plus years against former President Trump and every single person in his orbit? Tomorrow. We're going to
Julie Kelly Pushing the Limit With True Questions About Liberty and Freedom
"Coaster on a table. We don't have a constant Normalized, fair and free system of justice in this country anymore. And I'm really stunned that more mainstream people in the media even with leftward leaning aren't concerned about this. Before the break. I discussed Julie Kelly, who has been a very We're gonna have her on the show. Tomorrow Been an entrepreneurial. Just go get him reporter who's been discussing unpopular topics, and we should all be discussing unpopular topic. That unpopular topic which nobody in the mainstream media wants touches. Thank God. Those January six people. Yes, they're sitting in jail forever. Good for them, really. You know. John Adams defended people in the Boston you know, in the massacre. I mean, it's it's what you have to defend. Liberty and freedom when it's unpopular in many cases, because liberty and freedom don't matter if the concepts of liberty and freedom enshrined in the Constitution only apply to one political party. Was that not a mainstream sentiment. They're sitting there rotting in jail. Well, nobody's doing anything about being lemon Antifa leadership out there
Liberals Don't Like an Objective Enforcement of the Law Against BLM Rioters
"Justice, a set of rules, procedures and laws. The whole idea behind justices, regardless of your race, color, creed, sex, gender, sexual orientation, whatever. It may be political ideology that you live in a free and fair country where there are a set of laws and restrictions on what you can and can't do. If you do not do those things that are illegal homicide drug dealing whatever they may be. You will. To be left alone. And if you do break those laws, those rules will be enforced fairly by judges and by a judicial system and Juries. Who will then use that law, you know, to put it. Been crushed on the volcano We call society. So why is it is Julie Kelley says there she brings up two fascinating points. At these January 6th the prisoners right now they're being charged with some of them the use of chemical irritants there on January 6th and destruction of property. And by the way, I condemn any attacks on police officers. I mean, I think that's clear right. Any rational person would, but it's kind of odd. That those exact same chemicals and property damage the federal property has been happening in Portland, Oregon and other liberal cities across America, and we don't see the exact same treatment. Is this not a fair question. Liberals love it, Of course, because liberals have been collectivism socialism. And, sadly, this new trend towards liberal fascism is here now, and they love to weaponize the Department of Justice and weaponized the FBI to attack their political opponents because they don't like any kind of objective enforcement of the law. But just this is dead. If we don't enforce the law evenly, Ladies and gentlemen, we will
Picky Eating Or Something Else?
"Why. Don't we dive right in and talk about picky eating. I think it's safe to say that. Most parents have kids with picky eaters and in fact there was a recent survey that showed that thirty nine percent of parents say that it's a challenge in their home. So what do you see in your practice. I see a lot of picky eating and there's levels of picky eating the general. Please eat your vegetables. And then there was very serious. Actually medical condition called avoided. Restrictive food intake disorder or kids are frantic about food and react in a very abnormal way. That's very difficult for parents to take care of. So it's a significant problem and researchers also found that picky eating is associated. Now is hard to do this with a direct causation. Because we're not gonna starve children and see what happens to them. But there's a direct association between picky eating and an almost double chance of developing mental health. Diagnosis wow okay and do we know why that is. I think that were. We have a pretty good theory about that. Which is that. Your body isn't the government and a deficit. So if you don't have it you budget cut and survival is the most important thing. So that's going. Be the last thing budget cut so things like learning to speak a second language and mood and and energy those are things that will get cut right right and i had seen that you wrote an article about anxiety and picky eating and obviously now we're seeing increasing rates anxiety and depression particularly among children due to the pandemic so what kind of role does anxiety play in in picky eating. an excellent question julie and plays a big role. Because would you think about kids in today's society especially with the shutdown and pandemic that's raging. They have control of so few things the one thing they do get to control they can close their mouth and you can't make them. Yeah so so. That's a place that they very often. What people are anxious. They want to find something. They can have some providence over right so so for kids. It's like well you make me go to bed. You make me stay home making me wear this mask but gosh darn it. I don't have to eat that. All right yeah. So that's where so very often. These issues are playing out in food. So i'm seeing more and more psychological issues that we used to take care of other ways playing out in my realm in nutrition.
Chicago Fully Reopens
"Reopened as of yesterday, with officials ending a requirement that people wear face masks and most indoor places and lifting capacity limits. Julie
On 1st Overseas Trip, Biden to Assure Allies and Meet Putin
"President Biden embarks today on the first overseas trip of his term with an agenda to reassert the United States on the world stage but in strip kicks off in the U. K. he hopes to study European allies deeply shaken by his predecessor he also believes the west must publicly demonstrate it can compete economically with China as the world emerges from the pandemic and push democracy is the only defense to rising forces of authoritarianism national security advisor Jake Sullivan the trip at its core will advance the fundamental thrust of Joe Biden's foreign policy to rally the world's democracies to tackle the great challenges of our time the eight day trip ends in Russia with president Putin or Sullivan says Biden will make clear if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur there will be responsive I'm Julie Walker
New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing
"Where new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident 24 year old Marcus Erez at 23 year old win Li are each being held on a million dollar bail, and it's expected they'll be arraigned today. She's accused of driving the car when he allegedly opened fire the bullet killing six year old age and Leo's who was in the back seat. And laid to rest yesterday. Our lead national correspondent David Begnaud is following this in Orange County, David. It's an awful story. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've learned so much information within the last 24 hours. The suspects have no criminal history. They're not involved in any gangs. The gun was legally registered to the male suspect. He purchased it legally as well. Uh, and the suspects apparently altered their appearance a bit, but they didn't exactly go underground. In fact, on Sunday, they went to eat sushi and the police watched them. But the cops didn't want to make the arrest of the restaurant because they didn't want to cause a scene, So they waited for them to leave. They followed them home. And that's where they got them. It sounded like an accident. Like all of a sudden, and then it was crazy screaming. This is Julie, who didn't want us to use her last name, describing the moment that she says police moved in and ended the more than two week manhunt. Arresting her neighbors Marcus Aires and Wendy Lee. We absolutely believe that she was the driver and that he rolled down his window and extended his arm out of the car and fired around from a gun. This is
Swaths of internet down, outage at cloud company Fastly
"Numerous websites when offline today after an apparent widespread outage at the cloud service company fastly dozens of high traffic websites including The New York Times CNN twitch reddit and even the UK government's home page could not be reached San Francisco based fastly acknowledge the problem this morning and said and repeated updates on its website it was continue it was continuing to investigate the issue and then an hour and then an hour later and then an hour to investigate the issue and then an hour later the company said the issue had been identified and the fix had been applied but customers may experience increased Arjun lotus global services return vastly provides vital behind the scenes cloud computing services to many of the web's high profile sites by helping them to store or cache content in servers around the world so that it's closer to users I'm Julie Walker
Police: 3 dead, others hurt in Florida grad party shooting
"Three people including a corrections officer were killed and six others wounded in a shooting outside a Florida graduation party early Sunday the latest in a string of violence there police say it happened in southwest Miami at a strip mall lands when the graduation party was sending one or more vehicles pulled up and began to fire into the crowd two of those who died were in one of the cars police believe was involved in the shooting it follows a bloody Memorial Day weekend that saw three people killed and twenty wounded in a still unsolved mass shooting outside a banquet hall at the time Miami Dade police director Freddie Ramirez said this type of gun violence has to stop every weekend it's the same thing another shooting on may twenty eighth in the wind would area killed one person and injured six others I'm Julie Walker
Manchin's Opposition Clouds Future of Dems' Elections Bill
"A key democratic senator says he will not vote for the largest overhaul of election law in at least a generation leaving no plausible path forward for legislation that his party and the White House have portrayed as crucial for protecting access to the ballot in an op ed Sunday in the Charleston Gazette mail West Virginia senator Joe Manchin wrote voting and election reform that's done in a partisan manner will all but ensure partisan divisions continue to deepen he notes failure to bring together both parties on voting legislation would quote risk further dividing and destroying the Republic we swore to protect and defend as elected officials the bill would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to campaign finance among dozens of other provisions it would require states to offer fifteen days of early voting and allow no excuse absentee balloting I'm Julie Walker
El Salvador President Wants Bitcoin as Legal Tender
"El Salvador's president calls for bitcoin to become legal tender at a conference in Miami which could make it the first country to do so in a video message to conference attendees posted to his Twitter feed naive but Kelly says he's sending legislation to the country's Congress which his party controls that would make big coin legal in El Salvador where he says seventy percent of the population does not have a bank account and the U. S. dollar is the official currency this will generate jobs and help provide financial inclusion two thousand south of the formal economy average was opened by Miami mayor Francis Suarez who calls his city the capital of big goin with proposals to pay employees that way and let residents pay fees and taxes in bitcoin the days of a currency being tethered to a central banks are coming to an end he says well there are issues to be worked out in the end he's confident it's a movement not a moment I'm Julie Walker
No Shirts, Pants or Undies Needed on Bike Ride, Just a Mask
"No clothes no problem just make sure you have a mask that's the only requirement for the annual naked Philly bike ride organizers say the event is taking place August twenty eighth and while the city lifted most of its cold good rules citing an increase in vaccinations and a decrease in cases right organizer said they haven't had a chance to chat since the city's guidelines change so for the time being they're going to stick with the initial mask guidance ride participants sometimes in the thousands usually gathered in a park to strip off their clothes and paint each other's bodies before carefully hopping on their bikes the naked ride is to promote positive body image advocate for the safety of cyclists and protest dependence on fossil fuels I'm Julie Walker
G-7 Back Steps to Deter Tax Dodging by Multinational Firms
"Leaders from the G. seven nations agree to a fifteen percent global minimum corporate tax on Saturday to determine all tight national companies from a boarding taxes by stashing profits in low rate countries finance ministers also endorsed proposals to make the world's biggest companies pay taxes in countries where they have lots of sales but no physical headquarters that include US based tech giants treasury secretary Janet Yellen says it provides momentum for a global deal to end a race to the bottom in corporate taxation it's led to a system in which corporate taxation plays a diminishing role in financing governments in the US and around the world and more and more of the burden has been falling on workers countries especially the U. S. have been grappling for years with how to deter companies from legally avoiding paying taxes by assigning profits to subsidiaries in tax havens I'm Julie Walker
"julie. what" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of Faith three of re opening. That means more restrictions. Restaurants across the board can now allow on Lee six diners per table that's down from 10 and no lingering is allowed. Restaurants must now in force and 90 minute, Dani time limit. Libraries, museums, retail stores and houses of worship. They all have to reduce their capacity now from 50% down to 40 and anyone holding an outdoor event with more than 25, people must notify their local board of health. Meanwhile, the distribution of a covert 19 vaccine continues The very first batch of Fizer vaccine shipments left a factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan, earlier today. It's the first stab at a staggering logistical operation that will go well into 2021. CBS is Mark Strassmann has more on the roll out of the coma vaccine. Three million doses are shipping this weekend. Bound for sub zero freezers. In all 50 states. Injections will begin tomorrow for top priority. Americans high risk health care workers who've battled the killer virus. The last 10 months. In an interview with ABC s this week, FDA Commissioner Dr Stephen Hahn says it's essential to overcome public skepticism of the vaccine. If the country's going to achieve herd immunity to covert 19. We need to vaccinate a significant number of people in this country include Those who are hesitant and we need to address their fears and concerns. We need to roll this out in a way that provides confidence to people, But we also need to be transparent. What do we know? What do we don't know? The FDA commissioner says he's very hopeful that the first Corona virus vaccine will be put into somebody's arm and matter of just hours on CNN's state of the union, Dr Hahn says the FDA how to get everything right about the vaccine in order to approve it, and he says he believes That task was achieved, He says he will leave the target of having 20 million doses available by the end of the year is realistic. One of the facilities preparing to get the vaccine for their staff is U Mass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, the facility senior director for professional practice as they will stagger the shots. We have capacity for over 500 vaccinations a day based on our staffing plan this so that we're making sure that we don't have too many caregivers that are out with cold. Like symptoms, which could be a side effect. I see you and emergency room workers will be some of the first people to be vaccinated since they tend to covert 19 patients directly. Co founder of Microsoft Bill Gates is issuing a warning on what he sees as very dark times ahead and the ongoing fight against a pandemic will. Sadly, the next 4 to 6 months could be the worst of the epidemic. He tells CNN state of the union that there could be fewer fatalities of public health guidelines are followed Gates also offering criticism of the nation's response to the covert 19 pandemic, saying that it was sad. The United States did not respond the same way as other countries did to limit the spread of covert. Over in New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu extended that state's emergency declaration on Friday for another three weeks, he says it's because of an increase in Corona virus cases across the granite state and in the region altogether. Among other measures, the order continues a statewide mask mandate for everyone over age five, when they cannot stay 6 ft. Apart from others outside her household. Meanwhile, a separate order signed on Friday requires all healthcare providers to enter vaccinations into State database in order to track the state's plan roll out of the vaccine. Once it becomes available in California Covert 19 cases there are climbing and strict restrictions are in place, but for the popular ski town of South Lake Tahoe, which lies on the border of California and Nevada, just going across the street result in a very different set of rules. Here, CBS and Laura, half Ellie. South Lake Tahoe is open for at least one business. Julie What's Jeff and Andrea tonight are taking advantage, spending their honeymoon in heaven. They do a great job of there in terms of keeping us apart. Heavenly ski Resort is requiring facemasks, social distancing in ski lines and That is closed on mountain dining. I have to bring a backpack with.
"julie. what" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"I can't feed because as we've talked about before because I have black bear who looked come to the house and and so I don't feed from sometime in March until Thanksgiving or around there but got it but. When the peak feeders fear season whether you have blackberry, you don't have black bear is often the winter. You know there's a lot of people are thinking about and I just want ask you kind of looking ahead to that. You Feed and at certain times of year, and you know what's best practices like an and how do we engage more with that like not just the feeder out there but make that part of our life. Well, since you and I've been corresponding I've been thinking a lot about the whole black bear issue and that's an animal that you know people are often surprised to hear me say I do not want black bears never wanna see a black pair in my yard. Thank you very much. I've got coons. That's plenty But yeah, I really really empathize with you on that that possibility of having everything destroyed in the swipe of a paw Because because these things live in your area. Yeah. I we we are not yet cursed with black bears in in southeast Ohio but I I know they're coming and I have to think though that this is better for birds. To not feed when it's warm. I at from a disease standpoint as Awhile Bulla tater. I've seen so much disease in summer feeding and I stopped feeding in mid July this year I kind of took a step back and I said Julie, what are you doing? Because I had house finches coming the came in nested in the yard and it was all adorable and wonderful and I could look into the nest and see them. Well. Then they raise nine young. And five of those came down with mycoplasma gallon a the. Gal Septic come, which is the stupid house finch disease, the chickens Kerry. Yes. That got into the Eastern House finch population and proliferated because these birds are genetically inbred. They're depressed genetically depressed. They have no resistance to it and they catch it. So then they go about and transmitted to as at least thirty other species of wild birds including my beloved blues. So I looked at these sick birds, huddled on my feeder huddled in my bird bath pooping into the water and I said Julie What are you doing? This is the most selfish thing you could possibly do. I pulled down all the feeders I bleached him and I put them away until today. And that was really difficult for me because these are my friends. These are my neighbors, these birds especially that. And it was so hard to have them come by the studio window and actually beg from me and say e haven't put it out today what's going on you know and I'd have to look him in the say it's for your own good go get a caterpillar goodbye. And So I think bears are sort of forcing the pendulum at least in the northeast and down the Appalachian chain..
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"julie. what" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"No. You just need to learn how to pick up the phone and proactively generate call the sellers who have their hands in the air right now, there's fifteen to twenty Bible sources of sellers that are all within wedding degree of or another of ink being incredibly motivated to sell their houses. Why don't you just go after them? When did you send all this other stuff? Aside for the eighty five percent of the age it won't be in the business in eighteen months doesn't this make sense? Totally makes sense. So on that note, would you like to talk briefly about one of our favorite spokeswoman our favorite? To get back into real estate Julie if we were if that were to be are living. Like you know it's always scenarious when people ask us they think we're gonNA say something different. Okay. So Tim, tell me what's the deal if you enjoy word really get back and real estate yeah. What would you guys do what the Hell I'm going to say Jillian I would start cranking out the TIKTOK videos like you've never seen before. Doing. Say That horrible now. Expired and I think we're in agreement on that expired and I'm you know our coaches would agree to. So here's the thing and I had an interesting conversation with one of our coaching clients. Yesterday we we did a little round victory dances. This has become a new tradition on the call of it. Yeah and this was from somebody had heard from before I can't remember I think he was in Florida. So forgive me if I'm wrong you're listening it is definitely somewhere normal. You know and he said you know I have victory to share. I got a house back on the market that. Had expired and I was able to sell it in like a week and I asked him, why do you think it didn't sell before and why do you think it sold? Now try to make it a coaching moment you know and he said the is the same which is interesting to think about what happened six months ago we started to get into Cova? Can we start talking about it wasn't what it was I can't get no, it was it wasn't because there wasn't enough marketing on it. It wasn't because the Hamburg wasn't fancy it wasn't because it wasn't a virtual brochure it wasn't because. There wasn't enough of all the things that you guys being lied into believing is required to sell a property. It was it was well, he said the answer's the same Kovin because he didn't sell because of Covid Kazoo overpriced weren't that money show overpriced when they put it on the market and he said, and now six months later that's it expired. It was a six month that had some trouble and you know they had some showing lockdown in you know and overprice he got a better price and guess who bought it people moving out of the city competing offers, both of them wanted something. Semi Rural. So he said, isn't it interesting that something that you know excluded down before was the same reason that somebody bought it and that's what we're seeing six months ago. A lot of these expires where one's that you know were launched nothing really happened nobody did anything about it they didn't reduce the price didn't you know do what they're supposed to do? So I made a list of why we love expired. So here's the fascinating trend that you need to take. Everyone needs to think about because the market's changed. So quick because these macro trends are definitely picking up momentum a place that would. Normally, listing doesn't expire you immediately went doesn't sell expired immediately go after price condition location, and here's here basically is the way of thinking of it, and this is also one of the condensed version of one of our scripts Mr Seller..
"julie. what" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"So pending home sales, which measure signed contracts to purchase existing homes increased by almost six percent in. July compared with June according to an AR sales were fifteen point five percent higher year over year home sellers are seeing their homes go and contract in record time. With nine new contracts for every ten listings said NPR's chief economist Lawrence Yun. Okay. So that's this article goes on to talk about You know regionally pending home sales are up literally everywhere. If you break up the country into the different quadrants, I don't need to go into all of that but basically the facts are that if there's no shortage of clients if the Union said if twenty percent more homes became on the market in other words, the inventory we're all looking. For, we would simply have twenty percent more sales because demand is that high. So July sales of newly built homes which are also measured by signed contracts also surged dramatically as buyers are now looking for new high-tech smart homes floor plans designed for working in schooling at home builders are also benefiting from the severe shortage of existing homes herself. So this is all good well so the Fed came out yesterday and they said they're going to keep interest rates we talked about this on. The show yesterday, they're gonNA keep interest rates low for a long period of time. It was suggested as long as five years, and so that's going to do. It's GonNa make people feel confident being in real estate and as or assuming that there is some sort of protracted recession, which is the reason why the Fed is already saying they're going to have a long-term low interest rate policy in anticipation of a longterm for protracted recession. Okay. So one thing supposed to counterbalance the other. People are going to be looking for places to put their money. People are GONNA be looking for places where they can safely securely invest in something where they'll have at least a high probability that that investment will retain. It's value. That's the reason people are going to continue to flock to real estate in other asset classes too. So again, the stimulus all this government intervention, all this tinkering we. Don't need to worry about the politics of it. We don't even need to necessarily think about the long term ramifications of just think practically intact about your own real estate practice and the opportunities that are in front of you. So Julie do you have any other miracle? No that basically covers the bases..
"julie. what" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"And we are back. Hey, it's Friday happy Friday. That's right I've never seen a child happier to the end of the school. Week. This morning over talking about Zoe. Yeah, she was. into first grade online with Mikhail with Mrs Harris her schoolteacher. Thing, in front of the computer. Watching her takes a Spanish in Spanish lessons math lessons..
"julie. what" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"To do it for you without any twinge of exasperation? And if you have high end smart appliances they can notify the kids say when the dishes are clean. It's a story by Julie Jargon columnist at the Wall Street Journal. Julie What did you find? What you found is that parents are getting really tired of having to nag there. Tio chores. You know, we're all We've all been at home for a long time together, and this is only going to continue to drag on for quite some time, especially a lot of whom Now conditions really tend to pile up. In the sink, and the appearance of doing is trying to offload that mental but that they have of having to rely on a kid to do chores by turning to virtual assistance that they can program. To provide reminders to their kids to unload editions make their bed. What have you were turning to act that could do the same thing speak with Julie Jargon? She writes. The family and tech column for The Wall Street Journal. This piece is called Kids Chores starting to bore. New APS assistance and smart appliances can motivate them. All right. So how do they work, given example for one example is an app called Morning up a family management after recently and turn into a partnership with B S H Home appliances, which makes from the door Bush appliances and they're integrating their smart appliances with the app so that when a dishwasher and done doing additions or the dryer and done with it's cycle, it notified the APP, which then notify the child that The dishes are ready to be unloaded from the dishwasher or the Mondrian is ready to be a little bit put away. So that's one thing kind of unfolded home area their appliances were talking to at the after talking to people. Yes, the home of the future on then also, there are you know, you don't have to have fancy appliances to people who have Alexa and able devices or Google home devices. Can that reminders they can say, Alexa, you know, tell the A reminder to take out the trash and they could have that reminder. No, Billy tell their child at a certain pre programmed time. You know time to take out the trash. They could have that go through their echo. Got or through smartphone Remind the kid when it's time to do certain short. Anybody say that this Ah takes away perhaps valuable face to face communication with kids. There is that argument, you know, technology is crushed that you know Well, kids ever developed the self reliance skills to do these things on their own. Some parents would have responded in the comments section and said, You know, just another word, outsourced parenting as parent and you could you just listen to you when you tell them that they need to do something shouldn't have to rely on technology to do it. But you know busy, especially now that this is the next busy time. There's a lot of things going on. It's easy to forget some of the things you have to do with their parents. It's easy to forget even you know, dishes need to be done. So you know, just another letter to our parents they're able to use if they want, Teo. Thanks. Julie Julie Jargon columnist at The Wall Street Journal. Her column is called Family and tech six minutes now in front of the.
"julie. what" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions
"And then I thought this is the way that God intends it to be. I want to see a man with my daughter that's going to place her needs first, and that is going to be there so that when God calls me home. You know she's Savannah still has her husband or her life her soul mate to be able to turn inward to and. The, funny part about it folks is that when I said I said, I want you to read this. Tell me what you get out of it. And I said because it kind of pisses me off and she looked him she read it. She this literally smiling from ear to ear and she said Oh shut up daddy. And we moved on from it. I knew that that's what she wanted to say she wanted to see you stepping up being the man being assertive and taking that leadership role for sure and so for me, it felt really good to and I've always come from a background like I don't like to invite myself to. That situation and sometimes I got that mixed up. So yeah because it was a bad. It was a thing for you that if Savannah didn't invite you over, then you're not going to see her exactly and that pissed her off because she just wants me to come over right and so sometimes, I'll kind of hint at it like Ak bring some dinner or whatever but she just wants to show up with dinner riots it so I'd. Like to learn. Vote Knicks. Knicks one of these guys that you know I think that some of it comes from your parents culture. And Everyone Knicks is French French no just French French but I my mom's from from. Canada too. So I have some French-canadian in me, right so you know they do things a little differently and you know nick once you've like if we're having dinner, he knows we're going to have dinner every night. We all get together every night for dinner and knit what's in the beginning would say, well, you know your parents sitting invite me. Woman my invited I mean because no one's told me that I'm invited. And Savannah's like dude shut up get over it. I mean we're all eating at the same time. You want them to send you a written invitation and then you guys kept going through that personally because you would say. Also, that I don't WanNa keep inviting myself over and she's like Nick we've been together three years. It's not an invite anymore. Yeah. And but that was important to you because it made you feel awkward that like you're imposing. Yeah, exactly. So I mean, we we've gone through that part of show up. So that's and she likes yeah, she does and for me it's been an adjustment. So I'm just like, okay were you guys expecting me and they're like, yeah, we always cook for one hundred people. So we'RE GONNA go. Exactly, and you know yesterday was Savannah's birthday but. Nick through his favorite cake in the mix and said that she has said she said Savannah you really won't carrot cake. That's really what you want says, no, I want this chocolate cake blah blah. Blah Blah and Knicks has no savannah. You really the carrot cake I'm glad you did yeah and so Julie What did Julie Do? Peres. Cake and Savannah got the chocolate cake. So you know that's part of being a family and there is no huge formality and family for me I mean, would you agree I mean? I don't need you to I mean chase clearly there's no formality with you in the family because you still underwear underwear underwear and I borrow Cologne a truck if you borrow. Borrow. How are you getting it back to me daddy would you okay yeah there's no from out if. I just exactly I mean. But that's only for me I only take stuff from you. Now, you still brother's shoes you is just in Grayson shoes last week I borrowed I asked if I could borrow okay Gotcha. So we don't really have that kind of formality to where I don't think anybody does. Now some. People. Will actually do and so I think you know. I've told both of you that and you both know that I have that I pray for you every morning and every night right chase nick the okay and When Emmy came in the picture folks, I can't explain to you. That my prayer consistently has been for chase since he was eighteen years old then he'll started at like an idiot since you started acting like you know you had no raising. From eighteen prayed the same prayer every day that God would bring chase. A woman. That was a similar qualities as his mother. That was going to make an excellent wife an excellent mother. An excellent partner in life. And that they would view each other. As equals and. Of course, I wanted him to have someone that was beautiful and like his mother and you ended up finding someone that could be your mother's I mean she looks so much like. Weird that everybody says. Oh. My God. She looks so much like your mother two years old so much. Yeah she's. She's not as pretty issue mother was. But you know she's a second when it comes to that. Okay. I. Don't think I. Don't think that they look like. Then you're blind but you know fact look what God brought to your life. Yeah I mean I'm very thankful. Very appreciative I. mean she's a great girl and as long as an actor Al Keeper. That's exactly right and that's any relationship. Nick what if I said You.
"julie. what" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Tac or Snapchat. Many moms don't want their teens. Following them on Facebook, or at least seeing their every post. Many women have been posting to Facebook since they were teens or young adults themselves, and Julie Jargon at the Wall Street Journal says now that many of them have Children old enough to have their own social media accounts. They're learning they might be exposed in ways they haven't anticipated. Julie What's this About? A lot of moms have been on Facebook for many years, and they've been sharing personal. Things about their lives, family drama rants about their own kids and their kids behavior, and then they've come to find that once their kids become teenagers and get on social media. They're getting a window into what their parents have shared online and in certain cases, what Mom's air actually blocking their teens from becoming a Facebook friend of theirs. That's right. I spoke to one mom who has refused her 15 year old daughters of multiple requests to become Facebook, friends and the reason being that she said she feels that she needs to set some social media boundaries. And she needs to have her little corner of the Internet where she can Bent and share things without the Ah judgmental eyes of a teenage daughter looking at her and teens probably feel the same way in reverse, right? Yeah, I mean, we you know, we're always hearing about, you know, teams want their own personal space. You know, Snapchat or Tic Tac or instagram? They don't want their parents friending them. Or if they do they create other additional accounts that their parents don't have access to. Um, But moms want that same personal space when it comes to the Internet. Of course, nothing's really personal on the Internet, so everybody has to be careful, but I was kind of surprised by that, As I thought, you know, most adults would make that assumption that once you posted even if it's private It can be seen by somebody somehow. If If there's a will, I think sometimes the temptation to share when you're in the moment feeling frustrated, and you've got a community of people, you know other mom's friends that support you. It can be tempting to share something and get that immediate feedback and validation or support. And that feeling comes and goes, and then you forget about it. And then you realize, Oh, there's something I posted five years ago that might come back to bite me. We're speaking with Julie Jargon. She writes the family and tech column for The Wall Street Journal. Her piece is called the Facebook Friends. Moms don't want Their teens. All right, so on a somewhat related note that you were just finishing up there, there have been some tough conversations that have kind of been forced because teens have found old mom postings. Exactly. I am one mom who said that she had commented on one of her friends post about personal details of her own divorce that it happened years ago. And her 15 year old daughter at the time, somehow saw that that post and learned some information about her her own parents. Break up that she didn't know before, and she confronted her mom about it. And the models like, Oh, boy and had to have a discussion. Another mom I spoke to had Made some comments on article that she shared about her own father in his alcoholism, and she had not really discussed that with her teenage sons. But one of them saw it. And that prompted a discussion that she said she was actually glad to have because it wasn't something she may have brought up on her own at that time, so you know it could be a good opportunity. Two. Have you? No, I'm sharing going on between the parent and child. But for other moms, they would rather keep certain things. Private. Julie Julie jargon shorts. The family in tech column. At the Wall Street Journal. It is 13 minutes now in front of the hour on this morning.
"julie. what" Discussed on Your Spinout is Gorgeous
"Hello Hello Hello. I am so honored to be back here with you. Thank you so much for tuning in to another episode of your spin out his gorgeous and I'm so excited about where my mind and heart and everything else is telling me to pivot with this theme. Obviously the theme of a rock bottom has a lot of places you could it very interesting places and you know. I think I mentioned this in the episode where the microphone wasn't turned on even though I was speaking into it a bitch down for God to Set the settings to the microphone so we had the audio issue a couple episodes ago and I think I mentioned that there that you know I woke up Tuesday morning the day the beheld went to handbasket hell went to handbasket. You know what I mean And I had recorded that episode with Jill Dodd the founder of Roxy. It was such a great honor to speak with her. And she's a great friend and I was super excited about the episode but the Stock Market Crash that day. The hoarding began the fear. The panic and by the time. That episode came out of Editing and went to air on the Sunday I just went. Oh my God like this is feels like a lifetime ago that you know we were just talking about normal things that we'd experienced with a sense of normalcy and just the way the world was right. It's felt like a ten year span from that Tuesday to Sunday and so lost my Mojo for a minute because it was like. What do we even care about? What would we even listen to? What would even be helpful. This just doesn't seem like the time and leaning into. I thought you know what I would love to listen to. I would love to listen to different stories of varied people from around the world. And what they're seeing what? They're feeling what they're experiencing. I know a lot of us are probably feeling some you know empathy hangover and overload at the thought of our dear brothers and sisters who are have lost jobs who have lost family members and lost all sense of you know. Normalcy and schedule and predictability have lost streams of income. And we're just obviously just aghast at how we're experiencing this how other people are experiencing this and then I started to realize there's a set of people for who this is great and I have known that this is ultimately going to be great. You know even miraculous on the other side of this. You know. That doesn't mean it's not fucking Shit right now because it is but For some people this is a blessing already and I'm just living to hear their stories. Someone for who they were maybe on the verge of burnout but and they weren't going to quit the flow of what they were in. But now you know life has forced them to and it's a the greatest blessing there. They've got plenty of money. They've got great insurance. They even are able bodied to help. Just like feed me the kinds of stories while at the same time honoring. Some of the stories of what other people are experiencing Give it to me real right. It doesn't matter if it's up or down or black or white just the all the shades Neapolitan ice cream So it without thinking and ethos I thought Legisla just do it. Let's just put it together. Let's just put it out there and see what we get back. So I've interviewed some really amazing beautiful people who are going to be featured today we have four guests today and this will be ongoing guests through however long this is on our minds and hearts and feels relevant to talk about especially through the angle of. What can we learn already? And if we're talking about it now what are the themes that are universal that if someone more likely finds this episode six months or two years or ten years from now what are the themes about this great collective moment spin out loss? Grief Pain Joy. You know change that we are in right now that are always relevant to growth a rock bottom catalysts a change. Of course that. Never you know wasn't our idea doesn't tickle wasn't welcomed but it's here and how do we be our best selves through it? So I think these guests definitely illustrate that. And we'RE GONNA start off with Julie Bryant Davey. Who's coming to us from Kathleen Georgia? She's a nurse practitioner and the CO founder of a natural shift. So she has so much you know beautiful wisdom about living healthy lifestyle and showing up during this pandemic looks like but also some interesting things to say without through her work in the field of healthcare next we have Sophia wise one. She's the host of Medicine Collar podcast and she's originally from Philadelphia and she had such beautiful Rav vulnerability of her spin out that she was in the middle of right on as the pandemic started. I said Oh same here I feel that. And she just got so real and beautiful and we had a really great riff on this moment and what it means and then next my friend Lind's Florin he's coming to us from La and we also he's just such a you know. I don't WanNa say sensitive all these stupid you know. He's very in touch with his all sides of his being and person so while he is super masculine. He's got a really beautiful soft Feminine Energy to which to me is just like strength and power. But I don't know why like the the tones of it make it sound different but you know what I mean and you'll feel it from him when you Hear our story of Or are riff on the moment. And what we're feeling and what it means and how it feels and just getting real about it. And then lastly I had a really great conversation with EMI Estacio. She's coming to us from the UK and she's an author and had so many interesting things to share From on the ground where she's at and how this is impacting her work and her family and what her thoughts are on on the pandemic in from a really positive angle as well so lots of real resonant in the trenches shit as well as a lot of uplifting wonderful messages of hope and bravery and strength so. I'm so honored to present the show today. I hope you enjoy and here's our first guest. Julie I am welcome to the program. Julie Hi thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to be here as you said Monday. Miss Julie Dabie and I am a nurse practitioner. I also own a health and wellness business. It's called a natural shift and I do that along with my sister who happens to be a pharmacist and We partnered together several years ago on just to really bring more holistic health to our community We live our. I live in the Middle Georgia area. So I'm about two hours south of Atlanta and during this time. Yeah during this time right now. The area that I live in has not been hit too hard in terms of numbers but I do still practice clinically in healthcare. So I'm still going to the hospital and seeing patients Only part time right now but Yeah so people with the illness in in your work Julie as it impacted you to that level or where where you live. Do you have a number of cases. Yeah we do actually Many of the patient so I worked specifically in cardiology practice so I'm not necessarily taking care of patients with cove not teen in terms of treating them for that but I'm treating them for other heart related issues so we have a lot of patients who yes have tested positive And you know they can have some heart issues that go along with it and also my husband is an ethicist and so he's he's seeing it also. He works at a different hospital than I do. But yes definitely. We're definitely seeing it. Wow what's that like you know Just to give you a context. I am I mentioned that. I'm really into holistic health and I am not one who Sure I believe. There's a place and a time for traditional medicine. I mean that's really what you know. The whole beginning of my career was based on and I'm so thankful that we have it but I do believe that if we can reach for natural approach. I then that's the way to go in so when this offers came out you know I. I don't think that any of US really understood the magnitude of it because at first you know it was kind of like okay. It's similar to the flu virus. I don't personally take The flu vaccination and I don't walk around worrying that I'm going to get the flu I do lots of things to really boosts my immune system and take care of my body so that if I am exposed to something then mobile either fight it off or I'll typically recover pretty quickly and so in the beginning. That's kind of the way I saw this until you know things. Continue to transpire and we see that. It is a lot different than the flu. And it's really attacking the respiratory system and it's not sure they're vulnerable populations. You know older people people who are immuno-compromised but it's not just those populations minutes younger people too so I would just say it's. It's like nothing that we've ever seen before. Yeah Yeah Fascinating. Does it give you any fierce when you're there? I know it's not the same as someone who would be working. E are working. You know right on the front lines day in and day out out in an urban environment where you're seeing hundreds of cases and it must be terrifying and not to minimize what you are going through. But I mean for some of us who totally are able to stay home and work from home and might duck out to the grocery store once a week that is different than being there at work and there are people who have it do. Does it bring up any fears for you. Or what does it feel like for you personally for your family for your situation yes. That's a great question on I am. I'm really blessed that I don't not that I don't have fears. Don't don't misunderstand. I don't tend to. I'm not one of those people that tend to kind of over thank or or obsess over something if that makes sense so I don't honestly yes when I go to work. I mean I'm very cognizant and aware of even more precautions than you know than we used to be. You know in terms of hand washing and using our protective equipment. And all of that and you know when we come home when my husband and I come home from work. We take our clothes off in the garage. We go straight to go straight in the laundry. We go straight to the shower so I mean we're taking extra precautions but other than that. I mean to be quite honest. I don't think about it a lot in terms of of the fear aspect. That's goodwill you. It's like that I dunno not to get all biblical but if you're prepared you shall not fear it's like you're you've already boosted your immune system. You've lived a healthy life. You're taking healthy precautions and in that case you you don't need to fear although some people do but that I guess speaks to. Julie What are you doing? You've.
"julie. what" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Julie. What's your question. Hi Dolores. I love project runway also. Hey Bartenders I'm here with my best friend Paula. And we were wondering why you were so willing to leave the Hamptons with Jennifer. After she was throwing things at Melissa. I wondered that too. It's just the way I am. I didn't feel like any girls should go home alone. It was like a three hour ride and you know I just fell to leave with her because I thought she was right. I thought she was totally wrong. But what's Nice? She's girl go home along and she didn't know left behind just made a mistake. All right. Let's go to betsy from Arizona. Hey Betsy what's your question. Hi Andy Doors. I just have to tell you you look absolutely flawless at the reunion. Thank you so much. My question is for Casey. Who are who are your top three least favourite housewives of all time? Hough okay. Well it's the nature of the beast. Right I got put up I got out. I did not never loved Kelly Bensimon. She really really bothered me. God what House has been is the worst from Shane. And he's a house husband but I gotta say they're Oh God who else. Who else was terrible. I love them all so much. Worse Yovany suggestions. Tamra those nasty and then she wanted to be your friend but she was all right. Okay let's go to you. You don't want your always willing to take a stand and we appreciate it that when I was weaker but yeah camera. Let's go Taylor from Washington Taylor which question Andy. My question is Dolores. I'm delores till you. I love your favorite live. Yeah so my question is how your relationship with Jackie after the reunion? Especially after you said you weren't earlier this either. Well I felt I owed her an apology. I felt that I I didn't get a chance to know her and I lost patience with her too soon. I'm working on things like that but I just think it's great now. You know we text each other once in the while we were fine. We were fine before that. I I don't WanNA fight which I have nothing against her. It was it was nice to see Teresa kind of cool down about Jackie a little. Yeah do you think that's real? Yeah I do. Yeah Yeah Yeah all right. Let's go to Leeann from Connecticut Alien. What's your question last? Call the night high many my questions for Casey. What's your reaction to him departing from the and what are your favorite moments including them on the show. Wow you know we lost. We lost one of our own. You know we lost our own and that honestly I am going to be. I cried when I heard island line. I was on. The beach. Had had two MARGARITAS. My husband was like what is happening. Truly what's happening? I just felt it was end of an era. I found the housewives like right after my mom passed. I've been there from the beginning. It just made me cry even though she's a monster and also and then when. Tamra laughed and I I've had so many laughs Tam over the years as these women are my friends and I I appreciate. It was a bit more with a whimper. It's like let's give Vicki her. Ju like she started this franchise and I want to do and I didn't like to see her as a friend. It felt sad right and my favorite moment with Vicky was young weird visceral CICERO. That was the night of the ball. The cake with eating just the bow was eaten. All right New Jersey housewife gets to that level of like craziness. Somebody's getting hit right. Yes that's how I feel for sure. I WANNA think I'm excited about black Monday. Congratulations.
"julie. what" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Being in pain or feeling cold angry or afraid the somewhat Lowenstein calls hot states when we have common logical when what he calls a coasting our hot state sounds contra member what are called states feel like the same holds true in the opposite direction when we're in a cold state we can imagine what it feels like to be a hot state this insight explains what people often don't behave the way they expect especially in situations that trigger an intense emotional response psychologist Julie what's a cut discovered this office you run a study about sexual harassment we had roughly two hundred women come into the lab the women had to read a scenario it was about a job interview the interviewer who was a man Oster variety of standard interview questions until this one do you have a boyfriend a few questions later two people find you desirable and finally do you think it's important for women to wear bras to work the response to the scenario was overwhelming ninety percent of the women thought that they would respond in a very assertive and sometimes aggressive way so about thirty percent said that they would leave the interview or that they would often said tell him off for its slap on and then leave then would take around the second part of the study this time she didn't ask volunteers to read a scenario about a job interview they were in a job interview or so they believed the interviewer asked them those same three harassing questions so how do the women in this real world setting react did ninety percent respond assertively nobody left every single person answered every single question there was another important difference between the women's responses in the two studies the women who imagine being sexually harassed thought they'd be angry about thirty percent said that they would feel anger women were face to face with the harasser that's something quite different many women reported.
"julie. what" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"TV show is that him penny Leonard and Howard. Kenny. Penny Leonard and how oh big bang theory. And Steve the nearly needed to dig deep in my brain for that penny. I knew I'd heard it before threaded, Ted Marshall and Barney Ted Marshall and Barney which shows that power Meg your mother. Amy, Eric Tammy in Julie, Eric Tammy, and Julie what TV show is that. I live. I live Carl Laura and Steve. TV show has the characters Carl. Laura, and Steve that has to be family matter. Right. I a mess loses. Oh while Amy Kevin Michael in Jim, Kevin, Michael. And Jim go ahead. The office. I did what Scott's tots last night that episode. Cringes. Box year. Stan Kyle and Kenny. Stan Kyle and Kenny come on good down, south fire. Amy, George, Jerry lane Seinfeld. Much Jesse skyler and Walter. Jesse skyler and Walter breaking bad..
"julie. what" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Mattie walsh is going the to at all costs at two will be in the house together and an open invite actually baron we don't know where he is opening love billy baron that's my guy you actually what jealous no i was saying when when the pieces were coming together and it was like a weird hodgepodge i was like just throwing mattie walsh no mattie lawyer why are you going to forty one and he it was do you think you think i'd miss this miss this storm i mean he was there legit owns a basketball team i don't think that that we're investing as you know mostly joke but matt walsh is the owner of a basketball yeah like he is facing guy yeah he like in new zealand he is like the guy that's the owner are are they they are are they they good is a good franchise yeah we're finishing semi on into you guys are in the same yeah we met walsh it's me up every few months and like do you want to invest in this unlike sure and eventually eventually julie what it's i mean i i basically he realized that like he's like big cat will be on the hook for x amount of dollars joke on every investor k u and i'm like yes sure so that i mean that's that changes the whole scope with matt wash there yeah i mean that's going to be a good time forty one one can't believe you're forty one when you're getting old.
"julie. what" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"Move this discussion forward and maybe because the deadline of march fifth right now is under a temporary hold because of the court action once congress faces a deadline that's typically when night when they start moving again julie what are you here from your schwartz was at the white house have they given up on on getting a deal with a dream is because whatever the house passes are going to be even more conservative them up was rejected by the senate and are there any second thoughts because yes the president huge concession insane on willing to give a path to citizenship for one point eight million people more than the democrats we've been asking four democrats made a concession and said we will fund the wall ours era any second thoughts about walking away from that no it's actually the opposite of in the loudest in most influential voices in the white house right now and immigration are actually people who opposed that deal because they felt like it was too forwardleaning it would have given us citizenship to too many people in this country right now so the president has clearly been influenced by those voices they feel very comfortable with where they are on this issue i do think that is an open question of on where the president himself will end up on this year he is someone who does see himself as a great deal maker he's someone who also sees himself as needing to fulfill this promise on the border wadi mark will remember this from the campaign i was always struck going to campaign rallies for trump that the people in the crowd what are they believe that trump would fulfill most of his promises are not actually did largely believe in the.
"julie. what" Discussed on The Daily
"We'll be right back mornings can be a handful between the ira bang in bed making the bathing and brushing there's very little time for tapping scrawling in searching that's a google home can help just say hey gugel tell me about may day and the google assistant will tell you about your first meeting how long it will take ticket to work and even play you this podcast all without lifting a finger it's a little help at home like only google can as you all know from personal experience families communities and citizens across our country are currently dealing with the worst drug crisis in american history and even if you really think about it world history julie what did we expect president trump to do on thursday well president trump has been talking ask for months about the fact that he considers the opioid crisis a national emergency julie davis covers the white house for the times and so we expected for him to either announce or actually sign a declaration that this is a national emergency which would dan unleash federal sunday saying in all sorts of authorities for the federal government to deal with a crisis that skills tens of thousands of people in the last year we can be the generation that ends the opioid epidemic we can do so with that in mind what ended up happening on thursday so president trump actually didn't declare it a national emergency in the way that people expected him to do that is why effective today my administration is officially declaring the opioid crisis a national public health emergency under federal law he directed his his administration rather to declare it.
"julie. what" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A semiautomatic civil aeronautics clearly there's something we need to look into i hope senators will finally summon the political courage to stand up and say 'enough is enough some rare bipartisan agreement this way it from democratic senator dianne feinstein and house speaker paul ryan at least on the issue of bumps stocks and as time now for our sunday group former national security council staffer gillian turner columnist for the hill juan williams julie pace washington bureau chief for the associated press and tom rogan of the washington examiner julie what are you make republicans like paul ryan saying that they wanna take a look at the stocks is this the beginning of a conversation of water conversation on deng controls or they try and a limited to this one device which is so hard to defend i'm not sure we're going to see any prior conversation on gun control i i think the fact that republicans and the nra came out of the white house as well came out in expressing openness and bumped stocks i certainly interesting development because we rarely even see republicans go after some at a low hanging fruit gun control debate here i think that there's gonna be a reluctance on the part of gop lawmakers to go any further on that certainly the nra would push back pretty aggressively if they started to do that but i think i miss issue look there's not a huge constituency four bumped stock clinic most people can agree that if you're gonna take a device put it on a semilegal semi arctic automatic weapon and turn it into a fully automatic weapon that that's something that needs to be addressed you have unanimity i met across the political spectrum we ask you for questions for the paddling on this issue of gun control in the wake of the las vegas massacre wreck royce tweeted this what conceivable gun legislation could have prevented the evil that occurred in las vegas tom as press conso the nra pointed out stephen paddock what all these guns legal aid past all the background checks on hottie answer wreck well i think the broader point here is that whether we're talking about this particular incident of gun violence or the.