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Texas Representative To Quarantine After Testing Positive For Coronavirus
"Kevin Brady is in quarantine after testing positive. Brady said he'd received a dose of the fires of vaccine December 18th and tested negative for the virus. New Year's Day He begins his coronavirus treatment today. Over 19 hospitalizations are at an all time high and bear county metro health reports. There are 1318 covert patients
House approves Trump's $2K checks, sending to GOP-led Senate
"The house approved a change to the coronavirus economic stimulus bill president trump recently signed the change would follow the president's insistence six hundred dollar checks to Americans should be two thousand dollar checks Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal used a reference to a Christmas Carol Farley warned that many users groups there was a way for redemption and that was through a new generosity and kindness and we could emulate that here allies of the president have opposed more spending Texas Republican Kevin Brady says the money can't be put to good use at this point the recovery the fact is it's hard to stimulate a main street that's locked down by local politicians this won't help local restaurants get their workers permanently back the outcome of the bill is uncertain in the GOP led Senate and Donahue Washington
Trump signs bill to keep government open amid relief talks
"Lawmakers will keep talking this weekend about another virus. Relief package and the government will keep running. At least until sunday night a short-term spending bill was passed last night and signed by president trump as for covert relief house. Republican kevin brady believes the two sides are close. The real focus stimulus is deploying these vaccines the ppp loans to keep those small businesses airline workers and others connected to their jobs that steam list job number one and i think i think they're very close. The package could total about nine hundred billion
Houston Republican Kevin Brady Introduces “Support for Workers, Families, and Social Security Act”
"Top Houston area Republican is rolling out of payroll tax holiday Bill, Texas Congressman Kevin Brady has introduced legislation that would forgive the taxes. President Trump differed from September 1st to December 31st the bill with zero out the 6.2% employee paid Social Security tax in the last four months of this year, Brady the ranking Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee. Says the goal is to help essential workers who keep this country running during the
House approves final Coronavirus stimulus after thwarting last minute block by republican Thomas Massie
"Investors are keeping an eye on Congress the house started debate on a massive coronavirus economic recovery bill the AP soccer Madani reports this may hit a snag the house will be in order the house began with Maryland Steny Hoyer called an unusual but critical session with lawmakers keeping their distance not out of hostility but out of love for one another but there is also anger on the house floor where GOP maverick Thomas Massie's threatening to delay passage until most members return for a roll call vote instead of allowing the relief bill to pass by voice vote several GOP leaders have been pushing Massey to back off with Texas is Kevin Brady saying quick passage is vital for the nation today's vote is about saving lives and livelihoods president trump is ripping Massey on Twitter as a third rate grand Stander who just wants publicity man who should be thrown out of the G. O.
US consumer spending up modest 0.2% in February
"The commerce department report for February the house will be in shows order spending the house edged began up with two Maryland tenths Steny of a percent Hoyer called the an same unusual amount as January but critical session personal income with also lawmakers match keeping January their distance rising a not solid out of six hostility tenths of a but percent out of love however for one those another increases but there is are also likely to anger fall on off the house with floor millions of where Americans G. O. P. losing maverick their jobs Thomas Massie's in the past threatening couple weeks to delay the passage Senate has passed until a two most point two members trillion return dollar for economic a roll relief call package vote with the instead aim of cushioning of allowing that the relief blow bill to well pass not by expected voice to be vote enough to keep the several country out GOP of recession leaders have economists been pushing say Massey it could to back help off promote a with stronger Texas is quicker Kevin Brady rebound saying quick consumer passage spending is vital accounts for for seventy the nation percent today's of all vote economic is about activity saving lives in the U. and S. livelihoods Ben Thomas president trump Washington is ripping Massey on Twitter as a third rate grand Stander who just wants publicity man who should be thrown out of the G. O. P. Sager mag ani Washington
House debates $2.2T virus relief bill amid last-minute snag
"The house will be in order the house began with Maryland Steny Hoyer called an unusual but critical session with lawmakers keeping their distance not out of hostility but out of love for one another but there is also anger on the house floor where G. O. P. maverick Thomas Massie's threatening to delay passage until most members return for a roll call vote instead of allowing the relief bill to pass by voice vote several GOP leaders have been pushing Massey to back off with Texas is Kevin Brady saying quick passage is vital for the nation today's vote is about saving lives and livelihoods president trump is ripping Massey on Twitter as a third rate grand Stander who just wants publicity man who should be thrown out of the G. O. P. Sager mag ani Washington
House passes sweeping coronavirus relief bill
"The house has approved a bipartisan coronavirus relief measure the bill provides free testing for the corona virus two weeks of paid leave expanded unemployment benefits and more Texas Republican Kevin Brady called the bill a big step toward America's rebound from the corona virus pandemic while today's bill is not perfect it is another step in the right direction towards safety and security and revitalized economy the bill now goes to the Senate which is expected to take it up as soon
Trump uses State of the Union as campaign rally, Pelosi tears up speech
"The speech doubled as a campaign rally with the president pro claiming a great American come back after when he said three years ago was carnage under his predecessor this state of our union is stronger than ever before in equally strong partisan divide was on full display the president ignored house speaker Nancy Pelosi's outstretched hand before starting the speech when he finished she tore up per copy I think it reflects that what she thought of the words that were on that paper Pennsylvania Democrat Madeline dean wasn't surprised Texas Republican Kevin Brady figures pelo see thought she was ripping up the constitution the president never mentioned the word soccer mad Connie at the White House
"kevin brady" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Flight delays to food safety. SMART LOVES PROBLEMS IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT com slash. SMART to learn more. This is squawk Jackpot. Here's becky cling to Boeing reported fourth-quarter results just a short time ago. Aerospace giant lost two dollars and thirty three cents a share in the quarter and it posted its I annual loss and more than two decades. The cost of the seven thirty seven Mex- grounding is now closing in on nineteen billion dollars and the stock of course has been pretty volatile since those results came out immediately dropping but then rebounding let's get to our very own Philibeaux. He is standing by in Chicago with Boeing. CEO Dave Calhoun Phil. Thank thank you becky Dave. I'm glad we could join you just minutes after you guys report Q.. Four numbers. We're not gonNA hash over all the numbers but I do want to ask you about the seven three seven Max charges. You're taking a number of them and a future costs. Being counted in the totals now eighteen point six billion. Are you pretty confident. That's the last of the big charges is or. Are you being a little conservative here. I'm as confident as a CEO can be. Let's not talk about the specific buckets. The charges the most important thing underlying it do we believe we can meet the certification time. Line that under underlies all of that and answers. Yes As we as we look at that schedule and as I listened to the FAA and all the constituencies who have an interest in all of this including the training in dimension associated with it. We put together a schedule. We think we can make not easily. It requires a lot of execution. It requires a lot of discourse horsa lot of back and forth with the FAA and the certification process. But we think we've been realistic about that as we laid out this timetable and we can't do anything more than then that you know already. I'm sure you've heard that some people are saying look they're saying mid year we're already hearing some fairly encouraging comments from the head of the FAA as well as those who are involved in the process and some people are already saying. Look I think he's the new. CEO He sandbagging. He's throwing out a date later this year. And we can see the Max back in service sooner under than that do you. What do you do hear that? No of course not you can't San Sandbag in a situation like this. I have answered to our employees. I have to listen to our employees. I simply simply have to give them the time they need to do. The natural discourse that occurs in a big complex certification process. And that's what we've provided for nothing more nothing nothing less so I believe we can do it and the only comment I have to make and it will always make. I do not and will not control this timeline. So mid year is what we believe we can do I I am. I'm I appreciate the comments. That came from Steve On the other hand if he changes those comments in a month we change our schedule. Real simple as that Steve Dixon who you're talking about the head of the FAA. We'll talk more about that in a bit but the one question that has come up over the last three weeks. You've heard the suggestion from people that look they're not gonna get the Max back. Just scrap it all together and the quest the fundamentals of this program have been questioned I know from our conversations conversations that bothers you because you believe in this airplane. So why do you believe why should people have confidence in the Mac because we didn't believe that we were gonNA field an airplane. That was safer safer than the safest demonstrated airplane. That's out there today. We wouldn't do it. That's what the FAA wants. That's what Boeing wants. It is a fundamentally sound. Sound airplane the scrutiny. It is getting now. That tests are exhaustive documentation is clear trading recommendations are as as robust as they could possibly be if I didn't believe in all of that process if our people on the ground didn't I believe it. I wouldn't be sitting here in front of you today with a schedule. That lot. Like we've laid out Steve. EDVARD Hosie a longtime veteran of this industry chairman of Early Score. WHO has said look? You know I'm not sure that this plane should remain the 737 Max. The name should be dropped completely. You've called that idea silly silly. Why my way out of this right? So the I love Steve. I was with him a couple of days ago. And he's right in the sense that The Max has a has something attached to it today but again we believe this airplanes safer than the safest airplane flying today. Every next airplane has has to be that way it has to be that way for Boeing. It has to be that way for our competitors so What we call it trying to Relabel it? Try and of merchandise that no this plane will recover where the flying public when airplane pilots. Step on it fly it like it and by the way based on all the test flights we've had to date which are which are many they do so as as all those pilots return so we'll passengers joke. You've got the question here for Dave so dave recently. There's another software glitch. It was spotted in there seemed to be two schools of thought on more pilot violet. Involvement or more automated systems for for commercial airliners and I think President Wade in you know nobody flies anymore. It Boeing seemed to double down on going to more automated systems. I is that still the current thinking that you wanna move further and further away from the pilot having As much influence on on a flight of the plane. Yeah that's A. That's a very complex subject and it's very important one and I would suggest asked with respect to every next new airplane. Post the the re certification of this airplane that decision and the guidance and the regular and the regulations nations that come out of the FAA are going to have to answer that question it is. It's sort of clear to me that more automation will be required as we move forward forward to prevent situations like this. That occurred But I'm not completely sold on that. There is a big school that believes more flying time. More experience is in the best interest of the flying public. So I'm not going to try. I'm not going to answer that question to decisively. I think I know which direction it's going. But we're going to have to work very closely with global regulators. Take to answer it before. The next airplane is developed. Hey Dave I'm not sure I ah understood the answer. I realize you can't answer all of it right now but it sounded to me like you're leaning towards more automation because of what happened in this situation but argued the automation is what caused this. To begin with. It could have been pilot problems on top of that but it was the the the MK system that started the whole thing. Yeah I don't. I'm not sure I agree with that conclusion. Becky and I don't want to answer the big question about how much pilots should fly alive or not on the basis of the experience. In those instances in those instances we wish was different and it didn't add to the complexity to for that boundary condition. That caused the problem so we wish that hadn't happened. And the and the changes that we've made to the flight control system now and being certified today today would would not have created that instance so I don't want to infer it was automation that caused those instances. I I think. In those cases we didn't get it right and a boundary condition that some inexperienced pilots had to deal with. That's a Boeing problem and a very specific and discrete problem Dave To the extent investors and analysts are GONNA be watching you today looking through these numbers listening to this interview and saying effectively. We do. I trust this guy. Do I trust the numbers. He's putting out not that. The numbers are inaccurate. Put the confidence that he has or doesn't have in when things are going going to happen or not going to happen. My question to you is what thinks changed for you. What were the lessons Since frankly we saw you on our air back in November And you had confidence in your predecessor And in the expectations of when this plane was going to get back in the air. Andrew Hitter. Listen it's a great question. It's a question that hits me head on every time I'm with any audience internal or external you The media might they can start customers. Our employees they'll judge me every step of the way here. I'm not going.
House approves resolution to limit Trump's war powers on Iran
"More obstruction from house Democrats approving a resolution to limit to president trump's war powers trump supporter Matt gats was one of three Republicans across party lines so with his vote I think this war powers resolution was worthy of support because it did not criticize the president did not say he was wrong and killing stole money that was gets on socks the president told supporters at a rally in Ohio he did the right thing and it is rampage through not only that part of the world but much bigger parts of the world he was all over he was a bad guy woodlands congressman Kevin Brady says a resolution by the Democrats in the house it's toothless it's non binding it's just an attempt to keep trying to make the president look bad Houston area congressman Dan Crenshaw he didn't mince words criticizing the speaker and is non binding war powers resolution the past yesterday the former navy seal offered his own resolution from the house floor general Soleimani was head of one of the most sophisticated terrorist organizations in the world that already committed numerous attacks against United States and plans to carry out many more within days Crenshaw says Democrats who are pushing to limit the president's authority in dealing with Iran they're casting stones from the ivory
House clears U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal
"Hill the house delivered a big bipartisan wind for one of president trump's major trade initiatives passing legislation for the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement historic trade agreement that is truly worthy of the American people house speaker Nancy Pelosi back to deal after winning concessions from the trump administration on labor and environmental enforcement Republican leaders like ways and means committee member Kevin Brady also back to passage in the end USMC A. will not be a Republican win or democratic win but a win for the American people the Senate must also sign on the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that won't happen until after an impeachment trial next month Lisa thanks
Can congressional republicans take back tariff authority from the U.S.?
"The president's promised threatened, I guess five percent tariffs on everything that we import to this economy for Mexico did not happen as we know, but it does seem like a very long time ago, and I just wanted to point that out that is the context into which we bring Linette Lopez from business insider city bready from politico everybody. Hey, so city. Let me start with you actually on this one and those tariffs, and what seems to be a murmuring among congressional Republicans that they would, perhaps like to take some tariff at thirty back from the president of the United States. Do you believe that's a realistic thing? It is a real thing someday. As people look back on the Trump administration and figure out what they might wanna do to maybe improve the balance of powers. They it it's just unusual here to have the president unilaterally planning this, and then having some somewhat of a secret deal. He says afterward that there is a secret deal that came out of it. And but maybe you're you'll find out about it on a piece of paper in my pocket. All these things that we don't really quite understand. But the, the, the core issue, here, is that the president has threatened tariffs against Mexico. He's threatened tariffs against China is threatening tariffs against Australia and Europe and everyone else. And that's generally, not the kind of thing tariffs are attacks. It's generally, not the kind of thing, the president should be unilaterally doing when tax legislation is supposed to originate with congress limit. I don't know if you saw Mick Mulvaney, the acting chief of staff of the White House in conversation with Javer. Som sam. ABC this week and Mulvaney was was continuing the president's Canard, I suppose that it's actually the Chinese that are paying the tariffs it does not seem that the White House is willing to engage in reality on these tariffs at all at more than in any time, we've seen the in the Trump administration. The administration is having to constantly tell us, we're not seeing what we're seeing in this economic policy and that goes from trade that goes tax taxes that goes to everything that has to do with budget. Now, Larry cudlow mic mowing. All these people are just they're making us feel like you know, the, the president holding up a piece of paper, that allegedly set was talking about his Mexican plan. They're making us feel like all these bizarre things that we're seeing are not real. And it's this is unlike anything I've seen as an economics reporter in my life. So let me go back a couple of years then because there was there was also something that happened this week, which. I thought was interesting. Kevin Brady who used to chair, the house committee on ways and means he's now in the minority, but he seem to imply this week. I guess I'll go, I'll go tentative on this one, because he didn't come out and say it but he essence admitted that the tax cuts from a year and a half. Two years ago are in fact, not gonna pay for themselves. And we see now that corporate tax receipts are way down deficits rub sleep, it is. It is a dawning in Washington, all my goodness. Maybe that tax Bill wasn't what it was said to be is a dawning with some people in Washington. Those who looked yet, nonpartisan forecasting from the Congressional Budget Office and other institutions knew that this would raise the, the deficit and raise the debt by trillions of dollars. It is like it was known. And so we shouldn't act surprise at this is happening. We might act surprise that people are actually acknowledging the reality of it, then yes, when you cut tax rates in a relatively strong economy, you're not it's not magic fairy dust. There's a limit to what, what this tool can do. And the end result is, is debt and someday the people who the Republicans who put this through. We'll start caring about debt again, but will probably happen, when they're not in power anymore limit. Let me actually take that strong. Economy thing that was just talking about and add this week's numbers, right? Retail sales were up. We're going to have a report from from Justin ho on that in a minute inflation is still basically steady. And, and right where the fed wanted in this economy. What, what's not to love? I'm you know the last job summer was not that great young. We were having some hiccups in the auto sector where the market seems a little unstable given what the president is saying about tariffs. Yes tariffs. No people are starting to feel kind of like there's some choppiness here and, you know, we're not getting a lot of assurances from the rest of the world like everything is going to be stable, too. So I think that has people worrying Wall Street is definitely starting to worry about a recession coming in the next year or two and. They're definitely worried about corporate earnings, and I think that's one of the reasons why the president is really pushing the head of the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low. He wants to keep the economy going at a steady clip before the
New Zealand Police Find Body in Search for Grace Millane, a British Backpacker
"It may be ninety days in there at the table. Congressman Kevin Brady of Texas is chairman of the House Ways and means committee last week. The major indexes fell more than four percent. There's a new king of college football. This is crazy. This is a this is something that I'll never forget it something I'll always cherish the rest of my life. Oklahoma quarterback Cuyler Murray accepting the Heisman Trophy on ESPN last night beating out to other QB's Oklahoma was in the same spot last year when Baker Mayfield won the award. Pam who sell Fox News. Are you facing foreclosure? Home to Meg and partners.
"kevin brady" Discussed on KTOK
"We'll bring you Representative Kevin Brady. He's the House Ways and means committee chairman. What I want to hear about Kevin Brady. First of all, he's a great guy. Secondly, House Ways, and means committee is the committee that comes up with the the the the way to do tax cuts the way to deal with taxation Kevin Brady worked very closely with President Trump to come up with the first tax cut plan, which was passed by the house passed by the Senate the president signed into law. Everybody who pays income tax got a tax break. The corporations got too much now shut up the corporations actually got an appropriate tax break. It probably should have been fifteen percent. Not twenty one. Because they're the ones that employers. They're the ones that have more money now to pay us bonuses or give us raises or more, research and development or more widgets or fill in the blank. That's what we have. We have corporations bringing business back bringing manufacturing back, and we're seeing an explosion in jobs, and the GP is looking great. Well, Kevin Brady says he's working under the presence of losing alluding to this past week or so they've been working on a another tax cut. Now, the tax cuts two point. Oh, we're always going to happen. So that's not what we're talking about. Here. The president keeps talking about a new tax cut for middle class families. Or what does that look like how does that? How does that come together? So we talked to Kevin Brady about that. The president keeps saying he wants to get it done in the first week of November can that happen before the midterm election. That'd be interesting like next week. And what does this mean you will have Kevin Brady? Bottom of the hour. We'll make sure we bring you that in about eleven or twelve minutes from now. Okay. So keep that in mind H, one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com to the phone lines. And Craig is in Pennsylvania, Craig what's going on. Hi. Yeah. Hey, I just. And you were talking there just was reminded again about, you know, like people talk about basically stop in the bad guy before he does something. Are you there? Yeah. I gotcha. Stopped the bad guy. Yeah. Sure. So basically, though, I hope we don't lose lose sight of the fact that the bad guy only bad after he does something bad. You can't you can't, you know, try to stop people from doing something they didn't do. That that that actually I mean, I is a little deep, but it's a little minority reportage. But but let me throw this out the guy in south Florida in parkland at the high school in February, you know, the story of talking about right seventeen innocent people killed. I don't call him by his name. I call him by his prisoner number which is eighteen nineteen fifty eight eight hundred nine hundred fifty eight had thirty or forty contacts by local police he'd broken several laws that was washed away it expunged because of something called the promise program. The FBI had contact with at least twice and knew that he was hoping to be a school shooter. He wanted to actually be a school shooter. He made that clear he was expelled from school because he brought some bullets to class one day, and he was all around a bad guy. Now, what you just said to me doesn't make sense in light of that guy because we had every reason to believe this guy could have if he had the chance go and do what he eventually went. And did right. Sure. Hold on a second. And I'll let you finish your promise. So I'm not saying going arrest him for what he hasn't done yet. I'm saying actually take action on people who are thirty or forty t look he knocked his his mother's teeth out by punching her in the mouth. So we've got a guy that we know is a bad guy that should be watched very closely by law enforcement on several levels, and who should never ever ever never have been able to go and buy the gun that he allegedly bought legally that he couldn't have bought it had. He had this criminal record that he should've had to go and do what he did. So can we prevent these things from happening by doing a better job preemptively? I'm going to argue. Yes, go ahead. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Like habitual offenders. I agree there should be much stronger consequences for for people that are continually breaking the law. However, basically trying to prevent people from breaking the law that haven't yet is it just a dangerous. I it cuts away at the freedom of a society. Who suggested that I never said that I never said go go in stop people who've never broken the law from breaking the law. I mean, I've never broken the law. I'm guessing that you haven't either not to that level. I I got speeding ticket. But no, I I'm with you. I don't want us to be minority report. I just gave you thirty or forty or fifty different times. This guy should have had a criminal record. And he didn't have a criminal record because of a stupid Obama program called the promise program. So for me, this guy has a criminal record. And this is a fact he would not have been able to buy it by the gun for me had the on campus resource officer pulled his gun gone. And he tried to stop him. Maybe he doesn't kill seventeen people. There were several things that could have done before he ever got to that school that day. That's what I'm saying. I'm not saying to assume who's going to be a killer or try to assume who's going to be a bad guy. What I'm saying is if somebody has shown himself to be a bad guy, we as a society should take action. No, yes. Yes. I agree. But I'm talking more along the lines of. Like where everybody has to be checked into a synagogue, or whatever work where you have to basically prove your your identity to come to your synagogue. You know, it just seems like we're going with that. How is it backward? Just because of the fact that in freedom there's a certain amount of risk that has to be taken. So if you're free to walk in and out of your synagogue yesterday the risk there. However, there's thousands of other synagogue could have been shot today. Right. So so so no big deal that eight people died at one synagogue, everybody else's safe everywhere else. Well, I guess what I'm saying is. There's a certain amount of risk in the freedom to move freely like that. And and it's it's it's sad. And there's gotta be a way to limit these shootings. However, while we don't we don't have unlimited freedom, Craig, we don't I mean, we don't have anarchy. We actually have a government body. We have police officers that police in protecting serve. There's a reason for that. Because there are laws. I mean, you realize that the fact that we have laws means that we don't have unabated freedom. Right. We don't have freedom. Go kill somebody have freedom. Go deal drugs on the freedom to go. I mean fill in the blank bad thing. You can do. We don't have freedom to do all those things because there are laws in a in a civilized society. So if it takes me, an extra two seconds to get into the synagogue or into the church to ensure that the guy with the gun can't get in. I'm okay with that. I'm still free to go to my synagogue, it just takes longer. So what? Sure. Yeah. I know we only have the freedom to do what society decides we have the freedom to do, you know through law. But I I just I guess my whole point is that I feel I sense society moving towards that..
"kevin brady" Discussed on KTOK
"Bring you Representative Kevin Brady, he's the House Ways and means committee chairman, you know, what? I want to hear about Kevin Brady. First of all, he's a great guy. Secondly, the House Ways, and means committee is the committee that comes up with the the the way to do tax cuts the way to deal with taxation Kevin Brady worked very closely with President Trump to come over the first tax cut plan, which was passed by the house passed by the Senate the president signed into law. Everybody who pays income tax got a tax break. The corporations got too much now shut up the corporations actually got an appropriate tax break. It probably should have been fifteen percent. Not twenty one. Because they're the ones that employers. They're the ones that have more money now to pay us bonuses or give us raises or more, research and development or more widgets or fill in the blank. That's what we have. We have corporations bringing business back bringing manufacturing back, and we're seeing an explosion in jobs in the GDP is looking great. Well, Kevin Brady says he's working on the presents. But a losing alluding to this for the past week or so they've been working on a tax cut. Now, the tax cuts two point. Oh, we're always going to happen. So that's not what we're talking about. Here. The president keeps talking about a new tax cut for middle class families. Well, what does that look like how does that? How does that come together? So we talked to Kevin Brady about that. The president keeps saying he wants to get it done in the first week of member can that happen before the midterm election. That'd be interesting like next week. And what does this mean to you? We'll have Kevin Brady. Bottom of the hour. We'll make sure we bring you that in about eleven twelve minutes from now. Okay. So keep that in mind, it's one eight hundred five zero one seventy joepags dot com to the phone lines. And Craig is in Pennsylvania, Craig what's going on. Hi. Yeah. Hey. You were talking there just was reminded again about, you know, like people talk about basically stop in the bad guy before he does something. Are you there? I gotcha. Guy. Yeah. Sure. So basically, though, I hope we don't lose lose sight of the fact that the bad guy only bad after he does something bad. You can't you can't, you know, try to stop people from doing something. They didn't do. That that actually I mean, I is a little deep, but it's a little minority report ish, but but let me throw this out the guy in south Florida in parkland at the high school in February, you know, the story I'm talking about right? Seventeen innocent people killed. I don't call him by his name. I call him by his prisoner number which is eighteen nineteen fifty eight eight hundred thousand nine hundred fifty eight had thirty or forty contacts by local police he'd broken several laws that was washed away and expunged because of something called the promise program, the FBI had contact with at least twice and knew that he was hoping to be a school shooter. He wanted to actually be a school shooter. He made that clear he was expelled from school because he brought some bullets to class one day, and he was all around a bad guy. Now, what you just said to me doesn't make sense in light of that guy because we had every reason to believe this guy could have if he had the chance go and do what he eventually went. And did right. Sure. Hold on a second. And I'll let you finish your promise. So I'm not saying going to arrest him for what he hasn't done yet. I'm saying actually take action on people who are thirty or forty t look he knocked his his mother's teeth out by punching her in the mouth. So we've got a guy that we know is a bad guy that should be watched very closely by law enforcement on several levels, and who should never ever ever never have been able to go and buy the gun that he allegedly bought legally that he couldn't have bought it had. He had this criminal record that he should've had to go and do what he did. So can we prevent these things from happening by doing a better job reinterviewed? I'm going to argue. Yes, go ahead. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Like habitual offenders. I agree there should be much stronger consequences for for people that are continually breaking the law. However, basically trying to prevent people from breaking the law that haven't yet is it just a dangerous. I it cuts away at the freedom of a society that who suggested that. I never said that I never said go go in stop people who've never broken the law from breaking the law. I mean, I've never broken the law. I'm guessing that you haven't either not to that level. I I got a speeding ticket. But no, I with you. I don't want us to be minority report. I just gave you thirty or forty or fifty different times. This guy should have had a criminal record. And he didn't have a criminal record because of a stupid Obama program called the promise program. So for me, this guy has a criminal record. And this is a fact he would not have been able to buy it by the gun for me had the on campus resource officer pulled his gun gone. And he tried to stop him. Maybe he doesn't kill seventeen people. There were several things that could have done before he ever got to that school that day. That's what I'm saying. I'm not saying to assume who's going to be a killer or try to assume who's going to be a bad guy. What I'm saying is if somebody has shown himself to be a bad guy, we as a society should take action now. Yes, yes, I agree. But I'm talking more along the lines of like where everybody has to be checked in to. Synagogue, or whatever where where you have to basically prove your your identity to come to your synagogue. You know, it just seems like we're going with that. How it backward? Just because of the fact that in freedom there's a certain amount of risk that has to be taken. So if if you're free to walk in and out of your synagogue yesterday the risk there. However, there's thousands of other synagogues haven't been shot today. Right. So so so no big deal that eight people died at one synagogue, everybody else's safe everywhere else. Well, I guess what I'm saying is. There's a certain amount of risk in the freedom to move freely like that. And and it's it's it's sad. And there's gotta be a way to limit these shootings. However, while we don't we don't have unlimited freedom. My man, Craig we don't I mean, we don't have anarchy. We actually have a government body. We have police officers that police in protecting serve. There's a reason for that. Because there are laws. I mean, you realize that the fact that we have laws means that we don't have unabated freedom. Right. We don't have freedom. Go kill somebody. When on freedom to go deal drugs on the freedom to go. I mean fill in the blank bad thing. You can do. We don't have freedom to do all those things because there are laws in a in a civilized society. So if it takes me, an extra two seconds to get into the synagogue or into the church to ensure that the guy with the gun can't get in. I'm okay with that. I'm still free to go to my synagogue, just takes two seconds longer. So what? Sure. Yeah. I know we only have the freedom to do what side he decides we have the freedom to do, you know through law. But I I just I guess my whole point is that I feel I sent society moving towards that..
Netflix Earnings: Stock Down 14% on Weak Subscriber Adds
"To the Asian trading day and Brian it was up a day that really should. Forget, about for Asia on Monday but we could have a. Bit more of the same, at least with the lucky Tokyo was on holidays. Yeah we could have a forgettable day today to Asian stocks do look set to fall rush about a third of one percent or so that's what the, future is suggesting here in the early going and. Right from Hong Kong to China to Tokyo tech shares led most US stocks slightly, lower and that. Was even before net flicks is earnings we'll bring you the story in a moment net. Flicks missing badly on new subs And the stock did tumble around fourteen, percent or so and that drag other tech, shares lower in late. Trading as well so that. Could be some serious follow on for the next couple, of sessions the dollar and treasuries also declined it was a, surprisingly good day though for financials Bank of America beat on earnings stock jumping, four point three percent and remember this city and j. p. Morgan had pretty good earnings out late last. Week, but the socks did not perform well today they did. They gained just under four, percent oil with the other direction and tank to. Four point three percent amid signs of increasing supply so that's kind of how we're looking here the yield on the ten year at two point eight five, percent ticked up just a little rush Netflix shares. Taking a real beating in late trade down about fourteen percent loss of a check This is off to fix for five point two million users last quarter that might seem, a lot but it's way fewer millions. Fear that had predicted Lucas sure says it's not just what Netflix said it's what that not saying, the biggest in that regard that that they've. Ever had they didn't really provide Metron explanation besides forecasting this is kind, of difficult of course Feel too sorry for most Netflix. Shareholders before these headlines and stuck it more than doubled this year you can add Larry Fink to, the list of influencers who are worried about rising trade tensions the chairman and CEO at black rock. Is forecasting a substantial decline in equities if the US China trade war intensifies well. If we have true tariff wars we'll see. The market's down ten to. Fifteen percent In the latest salvo China has filed additional complaints at. The World, Trade Organization over Washington's proposed additional tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese. Products the International Monetary Fund also warning about trade rules I am as chief economist. At Morris obstacle says the impact of a trade war could be considerable markets may react. On the day something isn't that announced very quickly bounced back and you know I'm not sure. That the possible downsides are fully appreciated I mean markets may think that countries. Will all work this out and go. Back, to normal and I think that's, not absolutely clear given the path that we've seen Outsold also says if the fed hikes too much. Too fast that could trigger problems so, the keeping his growth forecast unchanged now and. There was this other late breaking angle that House Ways and means chairman Kevin. Brady has one that congress will enact. Legislation limiting President Trump's tariff powers unless the administration was quickly to negotiate with China elsewhere panic is roiling China's peer to peer lending. Market we get that story from Bloomberg's Yvonne man. Chinese sabres are rushing to money from the peer, to peer platforms savers spooked by default are even. Showing up at the offices of P2P operators and trying to get their money out as after, reports of defaults sudden closures and frozen funds Shanghai based. Group says, at least forty nine platforms failed in the past two weeks the one hundred ninety. Five billion dollar industry has been contracting to eighty platforms halted operations came Under police investigation, missed investor payments moved into other businesses or. Had operators flee with climb money in June in Hong Kong I'm Yvonne man. Bloomberg daybreak Asia US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin standing side-by-side. Today, agreeing that the probe into the two thousand sixteen election a separated the two countries Ed, Baxter's go global needs in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom this summit has been..
"kevin brady" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"For powerful as many of us had hoped and kevin brady including farmers and kevin brady is thinking about that i mean why more more clarity but give them more break on they did i don't think the small business got enough out of the tax bill i the one thing i really didn't like it and i don't i don't even completely understand this small business tax cut rules but i believe you get the twenty percent exemption on your what i three hundred thousand dollars something like that yeah three fifty work if you're a small businessman or mediumsized business you'll say you have seventy five eighty one hundred employees you know then then you should i'd like to see that cap removed entirely if it's business income and you're employing people that's the whole idea is to encourage businesses hire more workers and expand their operations we'll get rid of the cap well that's my idea jimmy p what's your idea i think it would be surprising to mitch mcconnell if the senate ended up passing a phase to tax cut plan that is anything other than some of these sorts of fixes and problems i mean as far as extending some of the the temporary positions i mean the only temporary provisions i've heard about it than the individual side i don't know if there's actually been any talk about extending which would be the growth ear stuff the capital expensing right right right right hundred percent right or thanks for the buck that's what the democrats would have any interest in probably at the moment that i did not i did not start with congratulations larry i don't think there's the first time actually i had a chance to talk to you amana j cash says we've been friends for an awful long time you were writing some very nice things let's say i appreciate it i appreciate it very much but you're worried if you're worried that it's not gonna turn out i believe this from the heart well listen i know the president likes to say there is there is no chaos only good energies but a addict to meet and and i don't know if it's much it's going to be done on a pro growth agenda and i fear that it's gonna be more prayed stuff and not in the right direction i mean if you're here's what makes me happy i i am worried what makes me happy.
More than 100 Republicans sign letter urging Trump to back off on tariffs
"Sign california governor jerry brown lashing out after attorney general jeff sessions filed a federal lawsuit against the state over its sanctuary status is going to war against the state of california uh the end of the america it's not was his thought right and it will associate the lawsuit coming after the mayor of oakland warned residents on twitter of upcoming ice raids more than one hundred republican lawmakers with concerns over president trump's proposed steel and aluminum tariffs house ways and means committee chairman kevin brady in one hundred in six other house republicans urging president trump to reconsider abroad tariffs in a letter released today while applauding the president for standing up against bad actors who trade done fairly the gop lawmakers also warned broad global tariffs on aluminum and steel could make us businesses less competitive and cost consumers more fox's jared halpern on capitol hill the white house has said nafta partners mexico and canada could be carved out of the tariff lands fox news.
House Speaker Paul Ryan urges more "surgical approach" to Trump tariffs
"And on our facebook page wmal dc also today a ninthgrade student was arrested in anaheim rendall county for a threat that was phone did the broadening high school for dc public schools chancellor antoine wilson fighting back against his former employer say mayor mariel vows her wasn't entirely truthful in her account of what happened mayor browser made it clear during the press conference in which you nounce chancellor wilson's resignation i was never involved in their request for a transfer of chancellor wilson student she says he learned about wilson's run around of school lottery rules when the inspector general's office started its investigation but wilson knell tells the washington post bowser knew well before that you very specifically cited the gay and the meeting during which he told her dc political strategist chuck fees was close ties to bow antagonise vince grace as bouncers been couching her statements you've offering a smoke screen the statement cookie can hide behind a dc councils hoping to ever testifying under oath steve burns on w mailed in wbalcom nashville mayor meghan barre resigned after a many she had an extramarital affair with her lead bodyguard and shortly after pleading guilty to a felony theft charge while making the announcement this morning berry says she was blessed to service mayor it has been my honour and it has been the privilege of my entire professional life they've had the blessing and the opportunity to be your mayor house speaker paul ryan says he's urging president trump to reconsider plans for a 25 percent tariff on us imports of steel and aluminum the speaker says he is hopeful the white house will reconsider the proper approach is a more surgical approach so that we do not have unintended consequences that's what we've been encouraging the administration uh the person's running point on us is the ways and means chairman kevin brady he's been working on some solutions with the administration those talks are ongoing and i'm encouraged that hopefully we can get took it place employs one of the.
"kevin brady" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"And he's here mr bam yes let's talk about muniz joe my sack editor for the bloomberg brief on the municipal markets you know you right in the most recent piece i have here history is made and you are there why is this the relevant headline while this was the record month ever for municipal bonds sales driven by tax reform and the previous record was fifty four point seven billion set in december of 1985 also driven by tax reform so this is history is made so it seems as though we could link these things right tax reform breeds municipal issuance well lead the tax reform this time around they wanted to curb private activity bombs and adventure fundings turns out that the only things that eventually were curb woody venture fundings still it fuelled this big surge in issuance and they only had remember this is from november second in 1985 you basically had all year for municipal issuers to gear up to sell bonds and a lot of them came a final month but this year you only have from november second so issue is at the really scramble to get their bonds salt they did supply in january or really even in the rest of 20 eighteen are we going to see continued record supply um i don't think so on the other hand uh we could see some more private activity bond issuance especially in things like stadium finance for example because uh rep brady has kevin brady the ryanbrady taxiriding quest meetings private activity bought several times as several different quotes so he still gunning for private activity bonds uh usually get 0 for industrial development purposes but these are also as we try to educating people productivity banzer sold for things like airports and toll roads end hospital saint visitors colleges yeah so you know they you know unless you unless you roped off up a specific segment of private activity bonds is fraught the baby with the bathwater so to speak and is it likely though that the industry is going to try to sort of front run this and get as many of them out in january or the first quarter as possible uh you know they lead moved up a lot on supply of from the first quarter of 20 18 into november and certainly somber so there's only so much flake you know look ahead and and.
"kevin brady" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Kevin brady chief among them in the house of representatives they are not always wild about uh using government four social engineering which is where we started does this bill then get us away from the tax code is social engineer uh yes a little bit so to go back to the home mortgage and stir deduction interest deduction i this bill limits the amount you can deduct a you can only deduct interest on the first seven hundred fifty thousand dollars of your home it that you number used to be a million so it's not rewarding are incentivizing homeownership of more expensive homes as much as it we used to another way cuts down on incentives is by raising the standard deduction so normally of until now a lot of people when they do their taxes they might go itemising they say oh hair here's a deduction for donating a charity alternate to charity cares deduction for doing something else i'll do that thing a instead you can just ignore all those deductions and say i'm gonna do this automatic standard deduction it's easy will that takes away the incentivizing power of certain deductions one last one for you i it it limits how much state and local taxes you can correct and when you yeah where you can deduct those taxes much as used to you become more sensitive and maybe you become less tolerant of state and local taxes so this influences the behavior of local governments it doesn't make it easy anymore to spend as much and raise taxes mix makes it makes it harder right uh last thing and then i'll let you go there is still though little bit of that social engineering thing that we talked about the left in israel him is not completely gone not yet totally totally.
"kevin brady" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"To attain some financial stability and why these people say to me how could they be so cruel as to put the tax the health provision in the bill that would possibly eliminate thirteen million people from the the roles of health insurance how could they do that why did they do that why the answer is always the same to give them wrong to give tax breaks to the wealthiest people in our country and to corporate america unpaidfor permanent like i distinguish colleague from massachusetts will have show his credit card again today they're putting this bill on a credit card that our children are going to have to pay for robbing from their future this holiday they're talking about being giving people a christmas present well joe six pack who the president said he was there to help and i hope that that is true joe sixpack will be delivering the champagne to their parties that's how this is assistant about anything better for working class families this is about champagne glasses clinking in wealthy families across the country and i don't begrudge them success or their wealth or their achievement i just don't want to see a at the exploitation of america's working families shame when you for voting for this outraged theft from the american middle class once again i urge my colleagues to do the right thing in this people's house and vote no on behalf of the american people that you'll back down monitor drug their march to the chair gerald looking sexist kevin brady chair of the house ways and means committee who's retail yield myself as much as a major so we hear a lot of false claims these days by opponents of tax reform we hear that this isn't relief for the middle class that people see their taxes increase but the tax policy center the most liberal economic group that are is just grudgingly admitted yesterday the ninety percent of americans we'll see real tax cuts in this tax cuts in jobs act in fact the only ones that won't are the wall one point one percent of 1 percent one tenth of one percent who could we heard tonight we here today about betrayal well let's talk about that this tax reform bill doubles the child tax credit and expands it to nearly four times as many americans helping them with the expensive costs of.
"kevin brady" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To the title the democrats were so childlike last night the object of the titles as if the trump tax cut now paul ryan earlier in the day i had a lot to say about it let's start plan that will finish it in the next segment cut number five chris of the house is recognised for one minute i appreciate gentleman first i want to start off by thanking all of the members in the staff of the ways and means committee for all of their hard work in putting this bill together i want to thank them for this i want to personally think one of my predecessors from the ways and means committee who helped lay the foundation to get us where we are today and that is dave camp david camp did a lot to help us get to where we are i want to most of all commend and express my profound admiration to the architect of this measure chairman kevin brady is analysts patients in his persistence in his great demeanor have seen this through and gotten us to where we are today my colleagues this is the day i've been looking forward to for a long time we are about to chief some really big things things that the cynics have scoffed at for years decades even by d is that have been worked on for so long to help hardworking americans who have been left behind for too long today today we are giving the people of this country their money back this is their money after all this chairman or speaker of the house not order the share noticed contravention of the law against the rules of the house discharging it arms will identify the person or persons responsible and have them escorted from the house chamber before proceedings will resume a second i love it went may get the the random nodar who's up in the house thinking that they are slowing down the tax bill what they're doing they didn't do anything to slow down the tax bill nobody knows who they are nobody knows what they say could they never say anything that makes any sense but it goes on paul ryan the by the way paul ryan said a very quick thing about whether or not he's retiring cut number six look i i am not.
"kevin brady" Discussed on WLOB
"There's going to be some tax relief from job creators and and entrepreneurs and business owners and people who have financial success we've got an audio clip but i know you've got you've been up to your eyeballs today eric and doing a great job with double duty but last year's forwarded an audio clip between kevin brady um and joe scarborough on this morning's uh morning joe and willie geist they've got into it big time and they got him into a big time over an aspect a talking point if you will of tax reform called carried interest and so they homed in on carried interest and kevin brady congressman count kevin brady who is the chairman of the house ways and means committee was that visibly aggravated at a sort of the way they were pounding away at one aspect of this comprehensive admittedly complicated tax reform there's a lot of aspects to this you know what i wanna know i wanna know if most americans are gonna get their taxes cut or not and the answer by every measurable indicator on all sides of the aisle is yes so if you're gonna get to keep more of your money in your pocket to spend as you see fit to save to put your kids through college to to to pay down the inter the the mortgage on your home whatever it may be how do you find fault with that well the folks at.
"kevin brady" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The greatest majority of all the tax cuts that we are dealing with go to cooperation is a in about any other denies the other three if you say that i was nieto we live i asked of us the fullest all what his thinking walls in he shared with me that the majority of the taxes in this measure all going to cooperation is that correct true that that's the case when you look at of the family tax relief in than our small business tax relief who file as a individuals are taxed much like kevin brady the the calling the vote vote escorts of them settle all those small business what's your take on monday are already s corpse are the polish correct mm all let me put in the wrecker some of the organisations in these on play play that oppose this all and this is as up to date a r p i ask unanimous consent germs all gemma burgess you wanna all he's not the on um i'll i'll go a comeback included up on asked me all is opposed to this measuring none of us all of the union all go off professionals all that's an american federation of teachers organization all in they all opposed to this measure the alliance for retired americans are very important grew all alter this measure and they cite two the triggering a bagel rules which require the tac tax cuts be fully offset all competent by immediate across the board coached the mini mandatory programs and that's why you hear all of us in the slaughter from government self and missed neil encompass others citing to the fact that when we finish this measure i've said it on the floor and i said here again next year we will be talking about medicare earlier in medicaid we may not talk much about social security afraid of that all but the other two all i think you're gonna hear lots of talk about it all in addition the of americans against double taxation allstate men on the conference our committee this is a group that is a title bout all the salt all our changes the communications workers of america all the fact all our coalition the american medical association american health insurance plans blue cross blue shield company that i do business with.
"kevin brady" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The tax overhaul plan laura i'm gonna get give me a chance just tell us what where do we stand right now and then later on i'm going to ask you about some special interest groups and how they managed to insert some of favorable tax advantages in the bill what where do we stand with the bill right now right now uh the conference committee members are in kevin brady off cabinet we've means kennedy finding the bill uh so folks are coming out um christie gnome who's a republican from south dakota she just said uh one little detail of the bill is that they a doubled the uh the estate tax exemptions so basically it teeth less than eleven million dollars for the next eight years won't have to pay the estate tax so we're expecting to hear little details coming out as as as more member come out and and i talk about their favorite issues um you know and over on the senate side were uh we're seeing some of the uh you know drama we saw play out yesterday with marco rubio and mike lee uh saying that they didn't support the bill or they wouldn't support the bill if it didn't make the child tax credit more generous and now reportedly they're saying that they will support the bill which uh you know opens the door for for the bills get through the senate uh with uh you know without too many defectors at least you know enough to to get this passed the next week laura are we getting any insight into the salt deductions yet so on kevin brady at that that they have an thousand dollar cap uh but it the in we've made a little bit leader the ultras meets leader so you can take property tax deduction and then choose between income sale earth or your income tax or sales pack up to that marked that you had eight thousand dollars of property taxes then you could take you know two thousand dollars uh uh you know either failed or encounter to fill up uh that ten thousand dollar limit let's go through some of the uh that little items that are not so little when it comes to a specific constituencies cruise lines get a tax break dump day look like that will allow woah end up in the final bill on.
"kevin brady" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Corporate tax cut of course this is kind of the centerpiece of the whole plan this is what they say it's been encourage all the economic growth that they're expecting to see were delayed up by one year of course also saves them a bit of money janet side i'm on individual side the senate has said they're proposing to completely repeal the state and local tax deduction and that would be for both income tax and property tax uh that was already a sticking point in the house even before they unveiled their their bill because there is a lot of republicans from high income tax states such as new jersey new york california that will worried about that as part of a compromise deal they decided to keep the property tax portion but cap at ten thousand uh the head tax megotiating in the house kevin brady has already said uh senate totally repealing it nogo for him he he does not support that he said that yesterday why focus on those type of taxes the salt taxes wizard it raises money i mean they're already right now the plan would add one point five trillion dollars to deficits over the next decade they cannot go beyond that if they go beyond that it no longer complies with the senate rules the relying on that will allow them to pass this with only republican oates so they got to keep it under one point five trillion repealing that tax deduction allows them to raise a lot of money overall with most middle class who would get the the tax deductions to release a break on taxes under these various proposals we get the increases so at cuts tax rates forever when the actual rate that your pain except for on under the house bill are they leave the very highest tax rate intact for the wealthiest americans but in terms of whether you're going to get money back her own more money at the end of the year it's really individualized and i can break down some numbers later but it really depends on how you've been doing your taxes what sort of deductions you currently have cause while they're lowering the rates and and doubling the standard deduction they're getting rid of a lot of deductions that people tend to use such as the state and local tax deduction that could change your tax.
"kevin brady" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The economy is the biggest story of our time but why your listening to the larry kudlow lack of so this was taxed week kevin brady released his chairman's mark which i think still has to get a committee vote next guy go the floor but it was very interesting conforms lots of what we've been hearing from the president and from the socalled what are they called so the group of six from the senate the house and the white house before i bring in our to guess i just wanna say let's see my my ultimate mentor art laugher told me on the phone yesterday we went through a lot of stuff he said give it a b plus give as hard the business size very good some issues but really very good very heavily progrowth wada economic power for and new incentives for capital stock and then vestment in productivity and hence wages and so forth and my erstwhile buddy colleague brother steve moore also wants me to give it a b plus so i'm gonna give p plus somewhat under duress i really don't like the personal side very much at all i do like the business side a lot in the business ziad was always frankly the heart of our program that steve and i and mnuchin and others were drafted during the campaign and the business stuff is pretty much stood so you know i think the business thing as the one the look at but there are some glitches in that and then the question is how they're going to get this done joint tax committee cbo estimates of growth in revenues and then the whole reconciliation process so we got the two of the best the best truly attacks experts scott hodges the president of the tax foundation this whole tax discussion has just l of hated the tax foundation everybody looks at everything they say and its fabulous and by all pow dot called seek and dougie was if now the president of the american action forum his former cbo director and presidential adviser presidential campaign adviser to everybody so down and thank you very much for.
"kevin brady" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The tax plan today as it stands now adam this is going to go through the house fairly quickly how much republicans support will the speaker in the chair of brady kevin brady of of ways means how much support other good a lose to some republicans from states like new jersey and california and new york it was the the hope is they don't lose much support at all the the compromise of leaving in a ten thousand dollars of the property tax deduction was precisely to keep those members on board so if if they lose those folks then then and there was no need for the compromise the opens it it it it it durtoux by those those folks off at some interesting joe defray says that is for sure uh i don't know what property tax rates are in california new york and uh and for that matter new jersey and maryland uh but there's a lot of people paying a lot more than ten thousand dollars for property taxes here in massachusetts i i hate to say it so the ted thousand may help but it's it's only going to blunt the pain is going to diminish the pain it's not going to stop that pain yeah i mean that that and then combined with with the doubling of the standard adoption should further i'm ben i i keep coming yet i keep coming back to that adam and in the point of trying to make is that a lot of the folks who are paying that much in property taxes they they had deductions way above the standards deductions so it's it's not as if you could take the stand a deduction end is.
"kevin brady" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Here in the news this weekend what did you what did you hear from you today i looked at the pictures while you're on tv and it's a huge protests what's that the latest i'm going to call the protest but maybe it gets worse later we'll know there's a vote like now in the next forty five minutes and it's very fluid but there's no question the headline for americans waking up is there's a new urgency in barcelona in catalonia this morning bloomberg news reporting that they will migrate to madrid to plead their case tax reform kevin brady chairman of the house ways and means committee saying that with the passage of the senate budget in the house of the runway has been cleared for tax reform will see how quickly that plane can land if if it all over these monday and into november david you're the explaining the details uh as we for throughout the morning john tucker talking early with the reach out about this we're we're looking for details of what's in that tax plan and it's startling there so many republicans on the hill still who don't know what's going to be uh in that piece of legislation are reach on telling john tucker a few moments ago that the chairman of the house ways and means committee kevin brady certainly knows which has been working hard on this so i think details of that are going to leak and going to see issues over these deductions hammered out over these next few days there has been an understanding of the revenue growth of the tax but it really hit a home yesterday afternoon they're just separate separate peace twitter reporting earnings jesse brian leetch are going to join us from a pivotal in just a few minutes here surveillance a as well to talk a bit about this but yes they do stand out stand out more than ever i would say and and certainly amazon in the news as well as it takes out some interest here in a getting into the pharmaceutical delivery business nisa as well so uh plenty to talk about will do them brian we suggest a few moments is.
"kevin brady" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You 401 k is best you can those are the do things you know when you have a cow what what are the things to do change wipers and make sure you have good tyres could change the oil those are the important things so the 401 k is extremely important and that blanc blanc blanc blanc paul ryan wants to diminish it he wants to reduce the amount you can contribute or in other words the amount you can save on your taxes so the rich people can pave less in texas jumping republicans known as paul ryan where it adds is back last week but it's still the case to help of to help fainted finance tax cuts for the rich they want to change 401 k that's it they don't want to reduce the deficit by doing that they want to which jay they want to reduce taxes for its people republican can't at excuse me representative kevin brady chairman in the house taxwriting panel wouldn't rule out changes to the program used by fifty five million american workers who held some five trillion in their 401 k accounts the system has become a touchstone touchstone of retirement security for the middle class it's what you'd want to live on and they want to reduce it uh you know if you wanna meet off the air i will tell you the real words i wanna use at how much i despise them this is a visceral dislike for these republicans wanted to do that why would they wanna do that to you i'm not seeing the democrats are great but strains that i am saying if trump says that he wants to leave them alone and the republican establishment wants to change them then i'm gonna go with trump strains this is this is something that yeah i know what he said to mccain and i'll as bad but when it comes to my actual being able to live on my retirement then i you know i i will all my nose and vote for him i have to earlier this week trump promise program it'd be left alone and appeared to bolster that pledge wednesday but then he got wobbly on uh when asked about it later he says maybe it is and maybe will be using that isn't as a negotiating tool do you use your 401 k do you depend on your 401 k.
"kevin brady" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is this is kicking the key and so they can beat another day this is not the final bill so what the house here is trying to do is they're trying to act quickly you know every policymaker on the republican side from steve mnuchin gary cohn they're saying we need to give this done by the end of the year so by having the house adopt the senate plan next week they're going to shave off probably about three weeks of debate time so they they could to speed up the process so for example is is kevin brady the representative from the congressman from texas the republican from texas is is he all on board with this so from a process standpoint but to your original points you know there are a sizeable amount of republicans in the house that will now the oh there are no not comfortable with raising the deficit and so this is literally just a plans to the we can debate and the thing here is is that you know a lot of people are very optimistic about tax reform and the republicans have agreed on a plan they have a ninepage plan the tax code seventy thousand pages we haven't seen legislation yet you know the house and the senate the house in you means committee in the senate finance committee both of them have said that we would like to put out legislation draft legislation by early november the house could put something out here that says right we're not going to increase the deficit the senate could put out and say we're going to increase the deficit by one point five trillion that is where the fight is going to happen in the challenge with the you know with the republicans are facing is you know in you know in the obamacare fight it was mostly in the senate the house passed the resolution and went to the senate that's where the fight was in tax reform you're gonna have a fight in the senate you're going to have a fight in the house and you're going to have to deal with all these moving parts and that's part of the reason why we don't think in our analysis that tax reform is.