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Stephen Miller: Candidates Winning Have an 'America First' Agenda

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Stephen Miller: Candidates Winning Have an 'America First' Agenda

"The America first agenda is often conflated or sort of jumbled into what a conservative message is. Listen to what Stephen Miller, the former top Trump aide, said to Laura last night about all the candidates across the country who are winning after being endorsed by Donald Trump and embracing his populist America first agenda. The smallest share of the American electorate is the Jeb Bush electorate. People that want corporate Chamber of Commerce republicanism are the tiniest sliver of American voters. Candidates are running across the country tonight and winning on the populist Trump America first platform. Strong borders, safe communities, no woke politics, no indoctrination in our schools, men are men, women are women, law enforcement is wonderful, and we want low inflation and a strong dollar. These issues are going to carry us to victory in November if we unite as you say and I will also add to this, there are no more Democrat populace. They are all phonies. Every single one of them backs big tech corruption every single one of them backs big business open borders every single one of them backs big business woke corporatism, populism is dead in the Democrat party. If you want a populist candidate, Republicans are the only game in town. Isn't he right? Or do you disagree with Stephen Miller? Isn't he right? There's no populism on the side of Democrats. And remember, establishment Republicans view populism as a bad thing.

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Stephen Miller Sends Well Wishes Following Madison Cawthorn's Defeat

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Stephen Miller Sends Well Wishes Following Madison Cawthorn's Defeat

"I thought Stephen Miller was pretty gracious about congressman Madison Cawthorn last night. On Laura Ingraham's show, the Ingraham angle on Fox News channel. Well, he suffered a great personal tragedy, and we should just all wish him well. He is a bright future if he wants to have it. And he's been through a great ordeal. But I just want to say again, Laura, you are a 100% right about where the heart of the party is and where the heart of the American people are. We want our jobs here in the United States. We want our manufacturing here. We want our jobs here. We want our wealth here. We don't want globalism. We want America first.

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Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Brandon Tatum: The Left Thrives off of Double Standards

"Some journalists named Wesley Lowry because I'm very interested in your perspective on the left's reaction to the buffalo massacre. Let's listen to journalist Wesley Lowry to Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. Let's be clear. The stuff Tucker and Laura Ingraham say every night, it could be written by white supremacists very often. There is a section of this manifesto where the shooter starts talking about people always say diversity is strength. How is it strength? I could hear it in Tucker's voice. He says this all the time, right? But the Ben Shapiro's of the world say this is a big chunk about the idea of genetic differences that could have been pulled from an Andrew Sullivan column, right? There are plenty of people in our politics in our media who advance these ideas and advance them frequently. Oh, so it's Ben Shapiro's fault, or it's Andrew Sullivan's fault, or Laura Ingram's father, public enemy number one, Tucker Carlson's fault. Officer Tatum, they just can't help themselves, can they? Oh, these people are deranged and they're out of their minds and they live and they thrive off a double standards. It's quite ironic that they're willing to, you know, put the blame on Tucker Carlson and other conservatives who may have some ideas that are accurate that this guy plagiarized and used to the detriment of other people. But they're not out here talking about Illinois or any of these Democrats who are literally telling white people that they're the enemy of the world. They are really creating in my opinion these homegrown terrorists by spending most of their time making white people feel horrible about existing in this country, making white male Christian straight men feel like that they are the enemy of the people, make wealthy white men feel like they're destroying America every minute because they've accomplished the level of success. I think that more so, those individuals who are saying are creating this negative rhetoric create these deranged lunatics that go out and do this.

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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

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Laura Jarrett: 'Civility Misses the Mark' When Protesting Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | Last week

Laura Jarrett: 'Civility Misses the Mark' When Protesting Justices

Laura Jarrett: On Abortion Protests, Civility Misses the Mark

Mark Levin

00:33 sec | Last week

Laura Jarrett: On Abortion Protests, Civility Misses the Mark

"And it's one media platform after another Here is somebody named Lara Jarrett CNN anchor on CNN today Cut 9 go I think for a lot of people a conversation about civility feels like it misses the mark when constitutional rights that you believe that you had for over 50 years are about to be overturned Wow so civility feels like it misses the mark What's the opposite of civility mister producer That's right It's violence

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Is Vote Harvesting Legal or Illegal?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Vote Harvesting Legal or Illegal?

"Hi, dinesh. This is Laura. One of the themes in 2000 mules is the issue of vote harvesting. Is vote harvesting legal or illegal according to the laws of each state. Thank you. This is a very important question. In fact, it is the heart of the objection to the movie made by Philip bump of The Washington Post. Essentially what Philip bump says is that this is a movie that shows and demonstrates beyond a reasonable doubt, massive harvesting. And he goes, yeah, but harvesting is not always illegal. It's allowed in a whole bunch of places. And so what's the big deal really? Maybe in some cases it wasn't allowed in certain ways, but you're not going to cancel out a vote because the mode of its delivery, the harvesting was somehow out of sync with the rules. Are you? Now, this is, this is something we need to drill into because these laws are made at the state level, and they vary. So let me say, this is what boat harvesting is. Vote harvesting is giving you a ballot to someone else. This is we're talking obviously about absentee or mail in ballots. You don't go deliver the ballot yourself. You give it to someone else and say you would do it. Now, there are about 27 states that allow some form of vote harvesting, but in most of these states the form allowed is very limited, very specified. So let's start with the most liberal vote harvesting laws. These are places like California and Hawaii. And the idea here is you can give your ballot to anyone. California allows you to ask any Tom dick or Harry, so to speak to return your ballot. And that is permitted. Now, most states don't do that, even states that allow vote harvesting normally limit who you can give your ballot to. So let's take, for example, the state of Georgia. In the state of Georgia, you are permitted to give you a ballot only to a family member, or if you are in a confined or facility, if you're in a nursing home, you can give it to a caregiver. And that's

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Report: Conservatives Are Split About Florida's Actions Over Disney

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Report: Conservatives Are Split About Florida's Actions Over Disney

"There's a story out talking about how conservatives are split are divided on the state of Florida, stripping Disney of the special tax and regulatory exemptions that Disney enjoys through the reedy creek improvement district. Some folks over at the national review don't forget national review famously with their never Trump edition right before the 2016 election, desperately trying to stop Trump from being elected. National review, these are institutional Republicans. This is the way we used to conduct political dialog in America, the national review way, the genteel, country club, smack each other on the back, and hope that the Democrats play nice with us. Those days are gone. Those days as evidenced by Marjorie Taylor Greene and Jim Jordan and Louie gohmert and others who are boisterous, they're loud, they're in the Democrats face, they're in the media's face, it's a new day, and Ron DeSantis is a new breed of Republican. The elites don't like him. Republican establishment types don't like Ron DeSantis. They certainly didn't like Trump. And they don't like this new way of trying to win. PS, not just trying, but winning. Desantis has had victory after victory after victory based on that town hall that Laura Ingraham had with him last night on Fox News. I think Laura called an Elvis

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Tucker Carlson: Tyrants Are Those Who Are Bothered by Others Talking

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: Tyrants Are Those Who Are Bothered by Others Talking

"Why don't you hear Tucker Carlson? One of the smartest guys in broadcasting today, it's an hour of must see TV, clearly from all the ratings Sean and Laura and all those folks over at Fox News, their ratings continue to crush the competition. It's not even close. Not even a close call. Check out Tucker's monologue about Elon Musk buying Twitter. People who want to monopoly on speech and thought hate Elon Musk. Not because he's a racist. He's not. But because they can't control him, they hate him because he persists in saying things like this. Why make that offer? Oh, so I think it's very important for there to be an inclusive arena for free speech. Intuitive sense is that having a public platform that is maximally trusted and broadly inclusive is extremely important to the future of civilization. But you've described yourself. I don't care about the economics at all. So free speech is extremely important to civilization. Are you triggered by that? It's often hard to know who's on what side, so much lying. Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? Well, here's a very clear, simple and unerring test. Who are the tyrants? Are there anyone who is bothered by the idea that other people might get to talk?

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Unity Project CEO Laura Sextro Breaks Down Radical Bills in CA

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last month

Unity Project CEO Laura Sextro Breaks Down Radical Bills in CA

"It's not even, it's beyond radical. It's terrifying. So let's start with SB 8 7 one as being 7 one is a bill that would require children to be vaccinated to attend any in person learning whether it's day care, private school, or public school environment. In order to ten those, you have to be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine, which we all know this is an experimental vaccine. It does not prevent acquisition or transmission of the virus. And so one would have to question, why are we forcing our children to be vaccinated in order to attend in person learning in addition to that? Again, we know that it doesn't prevent transmission or acquisition of the virus. SV 8 6 6 is incredibly terrifying. This is a bill that would require or excuse me, would allow children at the age of 12 years old to make their own medical decisions. So let me say that again, at 12 years old, this would allow children to engage in their own medical decisions without the consent of parents. So if you think about that, my daughter, the other day I asked her her ears pierced. We went at 16 years old. I was required to show my driver's license and sign a parental consent form in order for her to get her ears pierced. But in the state of California, they want to make it so that kids as young as 12 can engage in medical decisions that could have irreparable impact on their life, potentially in the case of COVID-19 vaccine, potentially end their life as we've sadly seen with some of these COVID-19 vaccine injuries. SV 9

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Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | Last month

Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record

"But that's what he's doing. He's setting himself up for a presidential run as a third party candidate. He's going to say, you know, Americans can't afford four more years of Donald Trump. And I'm a lifelong, well, I'm not a lifelong Republican, but I'm a part time Republican. Wink wink. I go back and forth, I used to be kind of a liberal Massachusetts governor. I mean, this guy think about Romney's track record. Massachusetts, Utah, he's got a big mansion in California, man gets around. I mean, he gets around now. He's got, he's got some miles on him. And the katangi Brown Jackson yes vote is fascinating to me, but I think Laura and Molly Hemingway are correct. He's getting ready to run as a spoiler because he wants to get his revenge on Donald Trump.

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Ingraham & Hemingway Wonder if Mitt Romney Will Run as Independent

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

Ingraham & Hemingway Wonder if Mitt Romney Will Run as Independent

"Laura Ingraham and Molly Hemingway last night on Fox News. Both had a pretty interesting theory about what mittens is up to. Well, it's interesting that so many Republicans did not vote for the confirmation of Jackson. That is very different from how Republicans have been in the past where they tended to vote for whomever a Democrat put forward. I think what the Democrats have done in recent years have made Republicans realize that looking at a judge's judicial philosophy is very important and not just confirming people because they're afraid of what the media will say. You showed the three Republican senators who voted for this confirmation. I'm not surprised at all by senator Collins. She has an approach to confirmations where I think it was reasonable to expect she would vote for her in this case as well. But what's interesting is senator Romney voted against this judge for a lower court, and then after learning about her leniency on sentencing and about her philosophy or lack thereof, her refusal to answer questions. He changed his position to vote for her, even though everything that came out in the confirmation hearing would have reasonably given someone like him pause about confirming her to the highest court in the land. It is really a reminder of what plagued Mitt Romney throughout his earlier political career where he was labeled a flip flopper and inconsistent and didn't really make sense in his reasoning. Well, Molly, you know what my theory is, right? My theory is that that's completely in line with a possible Romney run for president as a third party to try to be a spoiler, especially if Trump runs again.

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Journalist Lara Logan Is Never Afraid to Tell the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | Last month

Journalist Lara Logan Is Never Afraid to Tell the Truth

"To Laura Logan, she was in the middle of a sentence, and I had to interrupt because we have these things that we call brakes. Laura, where were you were going someplace? You basically said that they want to destroy you, I mean, this gets to me to the heart of the issue. There are people, let's be honest, they're afraid of the truth. They are not friends of truth. And when you speak truth, you are threatening, I don't know, their livelihood, their social standing, and rather than deal with the idea that maybe they've got something wrong, they simply come after you. And that's exactly what they've done in your case. You know, you know what, Eric, they're afraid of us. And they're afraid of those of us who tell the truth. They're afraid of people they don't control. So I've gone from being a point of being attacked to not caring about being a tech to enjoying the attack. I kind of like it when they attack me now because it's amusing to see what else they're going to throw at me. And I really don't care. And this is the part that I think that people don't get. You know, when people come to me and say, oh, well, you know, you're going to answer this. No, I'm not going to answer this. It's ridiculous. You'll be stupid. Of course, I'm not anti semitic. And if you know anything about me, you can figure that out on your own. And you know what, if you're not worried about you, I don't want advertisers that are going to run at the first sign of an attack. I don't want investors to worry about the total fear that you're going to see something. I don't want to employers that are going to tell me what I can and not say. I literally don't care because at the end of the day, you know, we have one choice. We were standing at the end of our life. At some point, something far greater than any of us is, did you do the right thing? Did you do the right thing or did you do the wrong thing? Did you act out of courage or did you act out of students? Did you give in or did you fight to the last breath? I am in no doubt about where I stand. And you know,

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Why Did Journalist Lara Logan Seemingly Disappear?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | Last month

Why Did Journalist Lara Logan Seemingly Disappear?

"Fox as promised from an undisclosed location, we have the joy of speaking with Laura Logan, Laura, welcome to the program. Thank you very much. I want to talk to you about everything. So I don't know where we should start. Let's start with the fact that I came to know you as a really a star reporter at CBS. You were rising like a rocket in the world of journalism. You were given this sort of the plum political assignment. You're not just a reporter at CVS, but you get to be on 60 minutes with all those people who are four and 5 times your age. And then suddenly you seem to have disappeared a little bit. I guess take us back. Was it because of what happened to you in Egypt that you went off the radar a little bit as a journalist? No, not at all. And it was because of Benghazi actually. It was because I naively did a story that for me wasn't political at all, but for the Clinton campaign in the 2016 election cycle was, of course, nothing but political.

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How Lara Logan Fearlessly Covered the Benghazi Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | Last month

How Lara Logan Fearlessly Covered the Benghazi Story

"Laura, you said that it was in 2016 because I always like to track how these things work. You were reporting about the Benghazi story, people who listened to this program are familiar with that story and with how the facts seem to paint a very damning portrait of Hillary Clinton and so if you run a foul of the clintons, you know, usually they find that you've committed suicide. They find you in a ditch. But obviously that didn't happen to you. What did happen to you? Well, can I just say hashtag I'm not suicidal, right? Just for the record for everybody. All right. I probably have started that. And I'm very grateful to him because there's a lot of us, you know, who are in the site, right? A growing number of us every single day. No, really what happened was, you know, I worked from when I was 17 years old, I was in print. I was in radio, I was in television, and when I finally was at 60 minutes and that was every day of my life working really, really, really hard to be worthy of the legacy of that incredible brand. And just doing my job as a journalist. And I got an amazing bit of information from a very good source that talked about the bravery of these two delta guys in Benghazi, Libya. And how this was a story that made the benign raid look like nothing. That was the tip that I got. So that was my motivation for looking at Benghazi, wasn't political motivation at all. It was this idea that there was an untold story, which actually turned out to be the story of two delta guys who were in Tripoli at the embassy, and they were never sent. Nobody ever ordered them to go in and rescue anyone, but they collected money from everyone in the embassy and they got a plane and they went down there and they are the reason that the guys from the annex survived. They had the reason there wasn't a hostage crisis. They're the reason for the Stevens body was recovered when it was recovered and nobody knew that they existed before our report.

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Elon Musk Thumbs His Nose at the SEC Again With Twitter Stake

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

Elon Musk Thumbs His Nose at the SEC Again With Twitter Stake

"Here's how Alex Sherman and Laura Kalani at MS excuse me could be but NBC what is a CNBC Report on Elon Musk doing something really for freedom I hope he does I hope he's able to have a very positive impact there And makes a difference because he's one of the few people who's quite capable of it I believe And of course Biden doesn't invite him to the meetings when it comes to electric vehicles He brings in GM and Ford and the others because Elon Musk is non union Of course we can't have that You know my view is union non union We'll take them all but that's not Biden's view of course because he's for democracy and against autocracy So CNBC covers it this way Elon Musk thumbs his nose at the SEC again with Twitter stake And you know it's so pathetic Would that be the same SEC now that is demanding that people comply with climate change regulations I hope they're litigated up the wazoo on that They have no statutory authority to do that whatsoever The SEC disgusting It is disgusting how they march us in this country violate our law abuse these bureaucracies abuse our children it is disgusting the whole damn thing

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Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers whether a woman can argue she legally killed the man under a law that absolves sex trafficking victims of their crimes prosecutors say crystal Kaiser shot Randy will Laura in the head that is good no show home and burned it down and stole his BMW in twenty eighteen she was seventeen Kaiser says she met him on a sex trafficking website and he sexually abused her and sold her to others her attorneys want to argue at trial because his actions were legal under the state law a lower court judge ruled immunity only includes trafficking related charges like restraining someone extortion or slave labor and extending that to a homicide would be absurd I'm Julie Walker

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Donald Trump: Russian Invasion Would've Never Happened on His Watch

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Donald Trump: Russian Invasion Would've Never Happened on His Watch

"President Trump told Laura Ingraham last night, this would have never happened with him in the Oval Office. Well, this is something that should have never happened. This would not have happened during my administration. In fact, some people were saying, why didn't this take place over the last four years? During our administration and it didn't for a very good reason, and I'll explain that to you someday, but it wouldn't have taken place and it wouldn't have taken place right now and it's a very sad thing for the world for the country and it's certainly very sad for a lot of people that are going to be needlessly killed. So I want

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"laura little" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

That's a Thing?!

06:08 min | 7 months ago

"laura little" Discussed on That's a Thing?!

"About no. We just got her like mommy. I'm scared i'm scared. I find you. Mommy i'm scared. The situation was very but that's okay mom. That is scary a that. Your your kid is frightened. And you can't un frighten them like a scary thing that happens too. When you're a parent is that your child will have like night terrors. And and they're completely freaked out and you don't know why they're so scared. And you don't know how to tweets takes a like a lot of time to calm them down from that because they can't tell the difference between what they dreamed in what and that is not real. And that's that's really hard on a pair and okay so you are hearing of voice saying mommy. I'm scared that strikes terror my. I do believe this movie is very specifically. Scary for moms does a good job at that. But i personally am not interested in scary for all so i i. I don't think it's it's bad. I think diane's a very strong character and she sells her experience. Very well Just it it makes. The movie seem a little bit thin. And the laura little bit underexplored sometimes and like in the sequels. They rewrite all of the law which kind of indicates that they may be didn't really have a solid idea of that foundation. They spent a lot of time explaining lord that they throw out because it isn't solid which is like evidence of bad world building in my opinion this and this i think is a little bit of a spielberg in thing right. He's really he's writing a script that goes from beat to beat on big set. Pieces often spend time making it make sense Bike raiders of the lost ark is like an example of that. It's it is nonstop action. It's rollicking good fun. Nothing that indeed does makes any difference to the what happens in the end right. Yeah yeah and like there are horror movies where you watch it and you. You're not supposed to think you're just supposed to watch it. But that doesn't seem to be what this movie wants me to do. Like the movie spend the first third indicating that it things to say and wants me to think about it and then it gives me nothing to fix. Here's a list of the four scariest things in this moving. It opens with the american national suburbs. But wait stop. Why is that scary. Is it scary. Because the united states is scarier. Is it scary. Because of a hot why i feel file scary. I would like you to tell me why you feel. It's scary because it's what we talked about in our analog horror app road when the programming for the day is over they play the national anthem and that is like a moment at which a kid who was home alone wakes up on the couch and realizes that there's still a loan. That's a scary thing. I just kind of find like the specter of patriot scary like it's kind of indicative because there's there's a lot of rot at the foundation of america and canada and any other Kind of colonial nation That like anything. That's sort of celebratory of it Is kind of it. Lends itself to horror for me. Like that's what the greatest local fifty eight bit is his contingency which is the american national adam. And all of this like. Here's how you be a good citizen and the answer is destroy off right home have been sleeping. Whatever john's been doing there for the last few days incessantly has to stop. I'm not joking. He barely ever comes up from the basement anymore. Like not even food like he has been calling in sick to school over the last few days like he's just in the basement making noise and he is so i said yes so loud so lout i slept properly in two days so today i am going downstairs and i am shutting that stupid tape off myself because this sucks and i say elegant body in this house world who is allowing it to so you don't remember. Here's this episode. She owes me pick time because heads. I do not know how she's right now okay. Let's do this turn dot trump's.

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"laura little" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"laura little" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"So this. Paper is called mothers re entry a relative contribution perspective of dual earner parents roles resources and outcomes and it was published in the academy management journal Very recently just came out. I believe it's a two twenty twenty one paper. And it's by laura little and courtney masterson and The paper basically takes a look at the importance of mothers being supported by their organizations. When they're coming back from attorney leave And one of the reasons that they focus on this time period and on mothers in particular is because after women. Leave the workforce to take maternity. Leave while it's a really nice break. from work responsibilities and allows them to focus holy. Or you know almost entirely on the family domain. It can be stressful. Figure out how then to reincorporate work into your life. Now that you've been spending time just focused on family. It can be stressful to anticipate what that returned to. Work is gonna look like and there are also some anticipated stressors that come from thinking through how your identity might play out. Were shift so there. Some research out there that looks at how pregnant women anticipate their identity shifts once they become working moms and that bat nine months of pregnancy is really a time period where people are thinking about. What's that gonna look like. And who am i and who do i wanna be. And how much do. I wanna put emphasis on on my work identity year my family identity or my mom identity in particular so there's some stressors that are introduced wall. Obviously it's a wonderful thing to have maternity leave and it's it's a fantastic resource and they're not arguing at all that that's not the keys. But when people are anticipating that reentry it can be a particularly stressful time. And so they're kind of honing in on that time period to take a look at how organizational support might play a role in affecting some of that

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"laura little" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

06:22 min | 11 months ago

"laura little" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Girl. Yeah so greg before because we got to go break here in a second play Would you rather it has been a bit of a dysfunctional segment here to start. Was there enough disdain. In my voice for laura's l. That she took off for you as you always claim always super nice and maybe extra sensitive around her disdain in my voice for how this segment started. Yes i mean. There was a little bit but i don't know if it was enough for the love of god that doesn't mean as i've ever been the laura i feel like during his segment and may have been the meanest you've ever been towards laura little bit more vitriol can take it bring it. I mean i'm not saying you can't take it but i was clearly annoyed right. You were clearly annoyed. I was like who gets mad at you. Know don't maximum clean dog. That's the whole deal. You got to be clean. I mean lizzy right now. He's probably he probably dead of a heart attack. He loves to be clean. Yeah i did get on her own. She wait for you to blame her. Nobody nobody nobody i listen. We're back in two and a half minutes. We could continue with the eighties beat throughout the show. But we gotta get to. Would you rather we will play. That game and greg will take it away. I think or somebody. That's i'll take away for real this time. chris. Thank you very much all right. Let's start with cap today. Cap you ready to go ready to go. Oh i can barely hear you already. That's much better. Thank you for getting closer to your microphone. Would you rather have one hundred duck sized elephants or one elephant sized duck. What am i doing with them and my hanging out with them. I fighting them. What is you can do whatever you'd like with these elephants is ducks or duck. Size fits dummies line elephant. I'm gonna take the take the one duck sized elephant because i figure the The other way around is just what is duck. Yeah it's one hundred duck sized elephants or one elephants is duck. Y'all take one elephant sized duck the big duck. It is a big duck bought that big duck probably has a big pile of duk deng whereas all those hundreds of elephant duck things. He's going to make a giant mess everywhere. So i'm going to go with the pile rather than spread out Makes no sense it. Does i mean the question doesn't make sense so so don't count on the answer to make any sense. Man you know elephants can live up to seventy years bro. It's a lot of small sized elephants you know and whereas ducks only like five to ten years and if you have an elephants is when my guess is. He lives the shorter end of that spectrum. He's got high cholesterol. That duck right trying to tuck sized at all. I'm not trying to kill him. But that's a lot of pets to have to deal with for seventy years. They're going to be live longer than i am. Probably so yeah. Like no like. I'd rather have the on with scott and just based on lifespan. Sorry gentlemen the correct answer is one hundred of the duck size elephants and this is why okay you got tours right you could charge charge people. You can loan them out. As party treats and animal cages. And stuff you can monetize a hundred duck sides elephants and sustain generations. But the one. That's going to die three years which you got. Yeah yeah i was thinking i was just gonna license. The one giant elephant duct to the circus. And just say take them. Pay me forum. I got i got shows. In japan guy shows in europe. I got a couple of shows. You know in california northern. See when you got a hundred you can spread them all out all over the globe. Man you may be onto something else. I may have to consider fair. What's x. correct. All right sodano. Would you rather have pogo sticks as arms or pogo sticks. Legs those the only appendages options. Those are the those are the options giving pogo stick pogo stick. I would much rather have them as legs. I would imagine you know. I don't know why would you want those arms. Yeah i feel like if i had pogo sticks for legs i could jump around. I can move quickly. I could jump real high finally dunk a basketball on a ten foot basket all the things that i might consider doing but the pogo sticks. His arms like we were talking about yesterday. I like to write notes. I can't write with a pogo stick arm. yeah man. i don't think you win either way. No certainly not. can i use my jail. Free card game every game on hand. I'm gonna go with the arms and this is why i can always wear a blazer. Kinda conceal them arms. They don't bend like it's got to be hard to get into a blazer. You gotta get you know specially made okay but in the but if you have just one leg it's kind kinda hard to conceal that. Nobody's like what's up with your pogo lag. Man it's hard to shake hands or even fist-bump somebody because the bottom of the pogo stick has that like rubber thing on the cove it and you'll you'll man what's going on like give it up right here right here. Touch pogo stick. I would never say that. Yeah but that's always too far worse that horn again. Ogborn thing laura you should have just been ready for it. Have your finger on the button. I will take some ability because idea my usual thing. where. I t's joke joke. I walked away. And i've got the bring cap with me. I'm sorry i left him back there. All right. l z. Would you rather have a permanent splinter big toenail know or or or a pogo stick or have a permanent bad haircut haircut..

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"laura little" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"laura little" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"Welcome to the junkie podcast. I'm your host. Bob demarco and on this edition of the podcast. I have the pleasure of speaking with custom knife maker. Jared oeser in age of the titanium frame lock folder. Jared has made a name for himself lending his modern design spin materials and techniques to the classic slip joint folder. And you all know that. I've been in a slip joint phase recently He makes patterns that are once familiar. in the bones but absolutely unique to him i've been admiring his traditionally styled knives but with unorthodox blade shapes insane but different frames of her a few years. Now and one thing. I really love is how the designs straddle the generations of knife making His work is so compelling to me that. I bought my dad. A bench made tangled flipper For father's day last year oeser design obviously and has quickly become his favourite. Ebc and who knows you know by the end of this conversation. I might be well on my way to buy. I knife but i don't wanna get ahead of myself. You know that slip joints have been on my mind lately. So i'm very excited to get into this conversation with jared oeser. The get upside app is your way to get cash back on your gas purchases. Get upside is an app. You put on your smartphone and whenever you need to get gas search. Your area for savings claim discount. Fill up your tank and then take a picture of the receipt with your far. And that's it you've just got cash back. Visit the might junkie dot com forward slash. Save on gas to get the app and start saving again. That's the my junkie dot com slash. Save on gas. Jared welcome to the knife chunky. Podcast sir man. While you heard that setup so now you know kind of my frame of mind you know. I've been i've been prowling the the slip joint pages for a long time. I come in and out of different phases of knife collecting and on this last pass I was not only looking at gec's and the things. I like to look at the real traditional things. Well bird with knives caught my eye about a year ago. And and then after talking to nick i discovered you or i think i knew of you before. Nick i think spoke pepper. And and then i saw the tangled flipper and i was like. Oh my god. It's as if that knife were designed for my father. Who's got a love of the catanha just in general but he carries around slip joint. Send the and gentlemanly. He's a gentleman of it so for father's day last year i got him that and it's in his pocket every day in the little slip feudal loves it and i think it's pretty amazing so i was reading on your webpage that you started as a knife collector and then at some point still compelled to start making knives told me how that how that sparked you must be an artist. I am an honest. I actually have been an artist like a pencil. Painting sculpting ten laura's little time kid i studied graphic designing college career lined up with a graphic zion department on a computer computer gopi year in utah rash using mary. And these change. The full randomness ability for us. But i did. Click is a click. As my whole life. I saw my grandpa now and then i got on a degrom. Wanted the best quote unquote survival. Rife and so is started. Their asserted collecting rise than i got into. Bush craft more which more realistic and as survival. I guess and a lot of my passion. A sport from andy. Roy was doing different. Things with bush is And so he was kinda inspiration to think about that. And and is style cued off jose actually starting to build the math and cheese took me relentlessly year after starting to we do not but seeing very hard time but it just of fall through there and mar sign that and those who style. That made me feel good interesting. The old school style. That made me feel good. That's kind of my attachment to the slip joints to. I'm a sentimental guy. I joke a sentimental italian. But that's true. I am and things like that. That makes sense to me that you would go into something like that because it makes you feel good because it resonates with your past but as a young man you must end you had the you had the survival knife thing in you. I'm curious like how does how does he young maker right now. Choose slip joints over over the seductive pole the titanium frame lock just being an artist color ends zayn and the mixture blend of colors import. That andy did very well missing colors and i try and do that as well. And kind of all naturally initially do really a traditional knife should have ulcers and bone or static or would and. that's like your traditional baker does. So you make you make what. Tony bose will feel good. You may i want to bring something else and it just from there and i still remained in. I mean probably were biggest. Is louis on. My career is also tony bose so that traditional aspect of things is important me but i think about it this way. The knife makers of the turn of the twentieth century were making is using certain materials. Because that's where they have the best toughest thing they had was stag or bone or souder woods. Today we go viral anti team. I have you all these different. Mazen cereals amazing steals why. It's like the argument. That if rembrandt were alive today he be using digital cameras and everything has modern is possible to express himself. You know back then. He had to use oil paints or temporary wherever they're using back then it was oil painting It's the same thing and actually it's surprising to me That it would be a reaction the materials how do the Old fashioned had the traditional knife or slip joint traditionalists. See you're you're you're unorthodox blade shapes in your and your friends. I mean they're you're you're you're taking something you're calling it. A ah barlow or not of are low. You're calling it a trapper. But it doesn't look like a trapper. It doesn't look like trapper. I've seen before you know you've got crazy frames. How do they react to the.

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"laura little" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"laura little" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Market and show for all 487207 51 800 W S B talk Time ease in Marietta, Jaime, Welcome the program, sir. How are you? Hey, so much alone. How you doing, buddy? Right back at you, My friend. Hey, listen, What do you do for New Year's? What did I do for New Year's went to Maya's best friend's house, her and her boyfriend. They're like our pod buddies like they're the only people we Socialized with during the pandemic, and we had a we had a good time was great. Spread good stuff. Because I went to this club downtown. I thought it was you. I guess it was my club hopping days are long gone. It's but it's funny. I had this old black shirt that, uh, that it was my go to shirt shiny, Not shiny, but it was no no, not shiny, but it was like a mat. And it was like that was my club shirt now. Yeah, Basically, that was my club shirt and minds like we're gonna retire Old Club club. He's never going out again. You didn't miss anything that plays was dead. They had a sign that said the killer have price. So I said to the guy, Bring me a double. Guess what he did. He went to the back and found the one Panamanian guy that looks exactly like me. There you go. Hye Mi, my man. Darryl's in Acworth. Daryl asked the bananas. Anything. Good evening, Mark. Hey, buddy. I got two part question for you on this Alex Williams that tops on, uh, evening traffic. He's 90 miles an hour, and sometimes it sounds like they're some kind of weird machine hooked up to his voice that make them kind of like Laura. Little bit that that's my curing machine in the background. That's me. Brewing coffee in the background. What's the second part of the question? Damn Bergreen married. Evergreen married how long you've been married? Everybody enough lie. Oh, she's not even give us the did not even I get the details of the marriage. Debra Green. Uh, she I know she's happily married. Uh, her husband is British likes football, soccer, soccer. And, uh, yeah, And he's in the booth. He sells themselves with plays guitar has got a lot of tattoos. Yeah, for me. Shocking that you have a guitar playing exactly. Phillips up NASCAR. Phillip. I asked the bananas anything, buddy. Mm hmm. A mark Love the child. Love the love your social media. Um Wondering what happened to the what you called the 7 35 song the It's good to be in America. So do we still have that you have still have in the system? So here? This is again going back to our 10 to midnight days we had a caller from Alabama. That I don't remember what set it up, But he started singing this song. Well, not with music.

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"laura little" Discussed on Meditaciones sobre las excelencias de San José

Meditaciones sobre las excelencias de San José

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"laura little" Discussed on Meditaciones sobre las excelencias de San José

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"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Christie Hoolahan, a Democrat from Pennsylvania. But before we do that, let's get a quick check on the markets with Charlie Pillon. Alright, I thank you very much. And here's what's going on. You mentioned Gamestop down today by 44.3%, the other closely watched high flyer. AMC Entertainment, I say High Flyer in recent sessions down today by 56.6% calls for hearings in Washington. Of course, we will have more on that development coming up in a moment. S and P up 36 finishing well off session highs and advanced Today of 1% traumatically different tone than yesterday. The Dow up 300 higher by 1% NASDAQ Up 66. That was a gain of 5/10 of 1% tended on a 30 seconds. 10 year. Yield. 1.4% Gold Laura Little Change Now. 31 cents Theon spot gold of 18 40 to 86, West Texas Intermediate crude down 1% Lower by 51 cents a barrel 50 to 34 re capping stocks Higher s and P up 36 higher by 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thanks, Charlie. And I'm so glad to be talking to all of you have been watching with fascination this game stopper bread. It's story and not quite sure what to call it. Ondas. We see sort of this populist wave sweeping into Wall Street want to try to make some sense of that and hearing today from members of the House and the Senate. Who have responded to what's been going on on Wall Street. So we heard initially from incoming Senate Banking Chairman Committee shared Brown, who said the committee will hold a hearing on the current state of the market. And a growing number of lawmakers criticizing moves to curb Reddit fueled trades and companies like game Stop. We heard from Alexandra Cozzi Oh Cortez we heard from also Ted Cruz and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who told reporters that the Gamestop issue is what she described as quote. Interesting. We have sound on that. I understand that the administration is taking a look. SEC is taking a look at what that is, but we'll all be reviewing it, but interesting. Meanwhile, White House press secretary Jen Psaki refused to comment on what was going on in the stock market related the game stop as some online investors pushed the company's stock higher. Um sake would only say that the administration needs their SEC pick Gary against slur in office soon we have sound on that. President has spoken about the urgency of getting his team in place to address the range of issues we're facing, and I don't think that would be any different for Mr Counselor. So joining me to make sense of all of this is Rick Davis Bloomberg contributor and partner. It's Stone Court Capital, former campaign manager for John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign. David Axelrod, partner at Ballard, Spahr and former supervisory trial counsel at the SEC, and William Gimli, principal at the vocal group, Former White House Cabinet press Cabinet secretary not press secretary and former deputy counsel at the RNC, So thank you all for joining us and David. I wanted to go to you and ask you to sort of set the stage here in terms of what? The s E. C s response. If anything to this should be and might be if you will. With little genie. I wish I knew. I mean, like Nancy Pelosi said. This is interesting. Um, it smells like a crime. It smells like manipulation. When you look at it, it may not be You got a bunch of people who got together and they're interested in trading the stock and they made the stock go up. And it's not clear that this fits into any clearly defined type of scheme of manipulation. I know that the SEC is concerned because I talk to people there today. Friends at the SEC who are concerned about this. It certainly doesn't look good for the markets. But with the current rules in place, I'm not sure there's anything that the SEC can really do. Besides asking a lot of questions and preparing for what to do if this happens again. And and on that point, what should the should the rules do they need now in this? You know this age of APS this democratization of trading when so many of us can get into the game. Do they need to take a hard look at these rules and rethink and rewrite them going forward? I don't know. I mean, I think that the rules allowing retail investors toe toe make complicated trades. Buy and sell. Options are good. I mean it. Z democracy in action. S. I think those were good, but I mean, when you start having people get on social media and start doing things that begin to look like market manipulation, I think I think sure the FCC needs to think really long and hard about what to do in those types of circumstances because this one doesn't look like market manipulations. But if you have If you have people on Reddit suddenly talking about things and maybe going a little bit further, you end up in a situation where it starts to look like a pump and dump scheme or a little bit more like classic manipulation. And Rick Davis. Should we be surprised by any of this? I've heard. Some people say that they're surprised this took so long for something like this to occur. Well, it's kind of like populism coming into the stock market, right. We've seen how it effects politics in the United States, and this may be the first real example of populism on the stock exchange and And so there's been talk about this. I mean, these Reddick groups have been around for a while..

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"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thiss is Bloomberg BusinessWeek Method point in the day? Paul Sweetie, where I just kind of need to read around the studio like a couple times, just to kind of get myself going again was right. Friday late Friday. That's kind of a feeling. Yeah, coming up that's coming up. We're going to hear a little bit of the next peer to peer conversations. David Rubenstein shows the sticker and he's got an interesting gas for here a little bit in just a moment right now. Back to Charlie Pellet. Alright, I thank very much and here's what's going on. We've got the Dow lower Has subpoenas Stack both higher. Most stocks advanced today after the Trump administration resuscitated hopes for a spending package but a developing story that I want to pass along from AstraZeneca. That's the UK drugmaker. Developing a covert 19 vaccine with the university Oxford getting word that it has been cleared by American regulators to restart a trial halted in the country for more than a month on concerns about a volunteer who became Il AstraZeneca ers up today by just about 1/10 of 1% again. Most stocks rose after the Trump administration resuscitated hopes for a spending package. Treasuries remained higher. The tenure of 5 30 seconds 10 Year yield of the end of the week. 100.83% as some P up 11 today, hired by 3/10 of 1% turned out to be a losing week on the weak. The SNP fell by about 5/10 of 1%. The Dow down 28 dropped their off 1/10 of 1% to stack up 42 hard by 4/10 of 1% gold, Laura Little Change Down with dollar Now 1903 the ounce and crude West Texas Intermediate tumbled 2.2% today 39 76 for a barrel of doughty t I well as for the election and markets Steve Shover own is portfolio manager. Federated Global Investments. I'm focused on January 22nd. Cause on January 22nd. I'm going to have a president. I don't know who but I'll have it, which means the political uncertainty in front of me will be left in that behind me. I think the virus will be incrementally less deadly with further development treatments and vaccines. I think I'm gonna have a fed that still not thinking about thinking about thinking about raising rates. Simulant that is either in place or on its way. And really positive earning jumps ahead of me in the second quarter. Uber and lift both advanced today with a new face the gravest threat yet to their business models after an appeals court yesterday ruled they must treat their drivers in California. Those employees instead of independent contractors. Uber shares advanced today by 1/10 of 1% rival Lift also based in San Francisco, Up by 1.7% again recapping equities mix that our lower s and P NASDAQ higher s and P Up 11 again there of 3/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie that there's a Bloomberg business flash make in front of me. What I am I that kind of a guy do Arliss your sense that I have anything like that in my blood That hasn't had a bad bone in his body. Yes, I Was making fun of you and I left a spot on spot on. Alright, Charlie. Thank you so much. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek Al Mansur along Paul Sweeney, the David Rubenstein Peer to peer preview It is brought to you by Wells Fargo commercial banking, helping customers chart the way ahead in uncertain times..

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"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Charlie Pellets. Shares of fuel of Packard Enterprises up by almost 2% HP, giving a projection for annual profit that did top analyst estimates. Suggesting of the server makers. Efforts to cut costs and a move to a subscription based model are paying off again. HP shares up after ours now by just about 2%. It was a down day on Wall Street with Dalby s and P and NASDAQ all Laura little changed on the SNP down by about 1/10 of 1% of the worst level of the day happened down 1.4%. Yes, And he fell five points to 34 83 the Dow down 19 down by 1/10 of 1% as stack down 50 for a drop there of 5/10 of 1%. Tendered onto 30 seconds. 10, you yield 100.73% Gold 1908 counts and West Texas Intermediate crew down 3/10 of 1% $40 and not heat two cents a barrel. Stocks did pair losses as traders awaited news on negotiations over a fresh round of stimulus amid a resurgence in Corona virus cases around the globe. Recapping as he fell five down 1/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet that Is a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you so much Charlie Palate you are listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. Carol Master, along with Paul Sweeney Want to get back to Sly James. He's the former mayor of Kansas City, co owner of Wickham, James Strategies and Solutions. He's author of the Opportunity Agenda. And, Of course, Finding us are Joining us. Excuse me on the phone from Kansas City, Missouri. So I'm just thinking, sly, all the things that we've talked about. And you know the Children who are living in poverty and the disadvantages and the importance of making sure that everybody gets a good education cause it really makes a difference. You know, in your lives are in their lives, and I do wonder how you think about the vote in November and the outcome of that vote and how that could possibly change those things. Well. I think that there is a lot of sentiment that the vote is being driven by whether or not you like Donald Trump. And frankly, whether or not you like Donald Trump may be good for the vote in this particular instance, may affect change, but at the end of the day that's gonna wear off pretty quick. And people are going to have to stand on their own merits. So the question then becomes. What are you doing for me? Okay. Winston Fisher and I well, we wrote the agenda We deliberately wanted to point out That people should know that people in leadership to say Here's what we're doing for you. And maybe if they can internalize that they will stop doing so much for themselves and do more for you. But at the end of the day, what we need is a new approach to leadership. We need a better and different coalition between business government. We need more P three's. Here's an example of a P three possibility one p three possibility to address the Childcare situation would probably be more on the local level, but with businesses where government and local businesses would enter into a P three arrangements with businesses so that those businesses engaged. Would have access to high quality pre K with some government help subsidies, tax credits. Whatever the case may be, so that then there could be some quality control. Another opportunity for P threes would be to have Something like what Anthony did with his transportation Grand Challenge. Grant. It was about access to broadband and transportation, etcetera, but have challenged grand so that you could have some incubators of some ideas. Incubators, for example, on the issue of early childhood education. How is business and government combined,.

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"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Along my co host chasing Kelly and Jason we did see the market taking a let down news of a case of the U. S. are in the US of a deadly virus that a region in China that is certainly weighing on investors minds and so too is impeachment I mean certainly all eyes on Washington we know that this is baked in and yet I'm not sure everybody completely anticipated the fractious nis as it were that we're seeing inside the capitol inside the Senate chamber right now investors certainly keeping at least part of an eye on that as you say all right so lots to cover over the next few hours first at the let's check on the world of business we welcome back Charlie action lots going on today just got to begin with Boeing according to C. N. B. C. Boeing says it does not expect a seven thirty seven next sign off until June or July Boeing member of the Dow Jones industrial average Boeing shares down now by three point eight percent the Dow is down a hundred and seventy seven points tumbling six tenths of one percent asin he's down twelve down for tens and nasdaq Laura right now by thirty six that is a drop of four tenths of one percent so equities are slumping joining declines that took hold in Europe in Asia as investors grappled with Laurie is that a deadly virus originated in China might undermine economic growth the tenure of fifteen thirty seconds with you all right now of one point seven six percent we've got gold down one tenth of one percent fifteen fifty eight pounds West Texas intermediate crude also Laura little changed on one tenth of one percent right now fifty eight forty six about so again recapping here we've got a cell phone away with the down the S. and P. and nasdaq all declining as bank has been positive earlier in the hour right now we've got the S. P. down twelve drop their of four tenths of one percent I'm Charlie talent and that is a Bloomberg business.

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"laura little" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"America and I'm not into Spanish but I turn to someone next to me the spoken the Spanish and the sign said it half border patrol they used the aft bomb with border patrol then they had the that that mache fans up or something and the media wants that the media wanted so bad to have some story that that would demean those who attended that rally and they found something that fit their bias that's why they made a big deal absolutely and many of the signs of the protesters have the app worked on it afternoon after the after that when we came out of the parking garage you know we had our windows down trying to with the air conditioning on trying to get the heat out of the car and they were yelling obscenities that I've just you know because we were yeah can you imagine if there was an old bomb a rally and a bunch of Republican showed up with half signs relative to Obama what with the media done well what they were going crazy well whatever race is all due to their race and then the Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Kamel Heris embraced Reverend al Sharpton called by the New York times Hey races con man who has his own show on NBC how does somebody with the history the view points then I semitism and the tax dodging and the racism of al Sharpton how's he embraced by Joe Biden that's a good question how does NBC news give his own show I mean this guy is so powerful he's a king maker every Democrat's gonna go kisses rang and the media acts as if they got a point but the last couple days The New York Times in the post The Washington Post had some lucid moments and they're gonna indicating why you were bracing al Sharpton and and the fact of the matter in fact the matters he has his own TV show because he represents the view of America has held by the mainstream media they're all Democrats god bless him there but they're Democrats and that we don't have an independent media the Cincinnati Enquirer is run by Democrats the Democrats own the media and every now and then there's people like me and Russian Sean and Laura little bit of fox news ten twenty percent of the media but eighty ninety percent of Hollywood the media universities all Democrats but they act as if they're independent when they're just the opposite and we got to go on thanks for your call Gail say short break we continue bearing a lie many others have a line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred the new eighteen day coming up in about thirty minutes is my interview with the president please get the talk to your husband talk to your wife talk to your friends and I think we made some news during this interview and it's gonna be played for you at one oh six today so let's get that done twelve fifty for the home of your Reds who lost last night rain shortened game four to one but they're back at it tonight I know there's a lot of optimism around the red says would match diamond tells me my producer lots of optimism but we need winds we don't need losses we need wins hopefully tonight have three involved if three in Atlanta then they come back home next week for for big games the cubs and the week after that Q. four games the cardinal so when by the middle of August of the teams going anywhere but I'm optimistic the Reds more optimistic than I've been in quite a few years so stay tuned for more the president of United States and Willie coming up right after the news on newsradio seven hundred WLW seven hundred W. L..

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"laura little" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bad guy there well if you if you run away from a Kroger store in you're a thief the Democrats to give you a quarter of a million dollars if a police officer shows up but I they think a burglary in progress and they have the guns out which is there which is there training to do so the they'll pay the black guy hundred fifty one thousand dollars because the democratic view of police is best represented by the Democrats dumping water over the heads of cops that's the democratic view of police and it doesn't stop and the media looks for things that confirm their predisposition against Republicans and drop they look for those issues as if they're real when they're not let's continue thousands on old millions are listening at one oh six today we're going to play my interview with the president forty five and I'm honored to have had that opportunity let's go with berry and we'll go to Gail first then Barry Gail on now Gail on a cell phone Gail go ahead I really we were active rally last night and it was like the bait okay loved it but I wanted to comment on the people of the four five protesters at the many policemen removed from the rally right they you know the one woman was a look very people on a Walker we will ask the arena and came out of the parking garage she at sea in that little group that got thrown out by walking across the street carrying her Walker so we need some sympathy yeah I mean you know with all a part of their little game they were playing it looks like four people on this lady on our Walker got thrown out of the event but she's more I am not perfect yeah America and I'm not into Spanish but I turn someone next to me the spoke of the Spanish and the sign said half border patrol they used the aft bomb with border patrol then they had that that that mache fans up or something and the media wants that the media wanted so bad to have some story that that would demean those who attended the rally and they found something that fit their bias that's why they made a big deal absolutely and many of the signs of the protesters have the app worked on it afternoon after the after that when we came out of the parking garage you know we had our windows down trying to with the air conditioning on trying to get the heat out of the car and they were yelling obscenities that I've just you know because we were you know who we are can you imagine if there was an Obama rally and a bunch of Republican showed up with half signs relative to Obama what with the media done well what they were going crazy well whatever race is all due to their race and then the Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Kamel Heris embrace Reverend al Sharpton called by the New York times Hey races con man who has his own show on NBC how does somebody with the history the view points then I semitism and the tax dodging and the racism of al Sharpton how's he embraced by Joe Biden good question and how does NBC news give his own show I mean this guy is so powerful he's a king maker every Democrat's gonna go kisses rang and the media acts as if they got a point but the last couple days The New York Times in the post The Washington Post had some lucid moments and they're gonna indicating why you were bracing al Sharpton and and the fact of the matter in fact the matters he has his own TV show because he represents the view of America has held by the mainstream media they're all Democrats god bless him there but they're Democrats and that we don't have an independent media the Cincinnati Enquirer is run by Democrats the Democrats own the media and every now and then there's people like me and Russian Sean and Laura little bit of fox news ten twenty percent of the media but eighty ninety percent of Hollywood the media universities all Democrats but they act as if they're independent when they're just the opposite and we got a gun thanks for your call Gail say short break we continue bearing a lie many others have a line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred the new eighteen day coming up in about thirty minutes is my interview with the president please get the talk to your husband talk to your wife talk to your friends and I think we made some news during this interview and it's gonna be played for you at one oh six today so let's get that done twelve fifty for the home of your Reds who lost last night rain shortened game four to one but they're back at it tonight I know there's a lot of optimism around the red says what Matt's diamond tells me my producer lots of optimism but we need winds we don't need losses we need wins hopefully tonight have three involved if three in Atlanta then they come back home next week for for big games the cubs and the week after that four games the cardinal so when by the middle of August of the teams going anywhere but I'm optimistic the Reds more optimistic than I've been in quite a few years so stay tuned for more the president of United States and Willie coming up 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"laura little" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on AP News

"Of Justice. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is accusing attorney general William Barr of lying to congress says bar did not tell the truth to lawmakers. He lied to congress and anybody else did that it would be considered a crime. She did not say which testimony she was referring to but bar had told senators last month, he did not know whether special counsel Bob Muller agreed with his conclusions about the Russia report mother had complained about the conclusions two weeks earlier Pelosi says bars testimony raises deadly serious questions. Saga megani at the White House. Some Republican lawmakers are critical of the house speaker's choice of words this city of San Francisco's preparing to challenge. President Trump's announcement that medical workers would be allowed to opt out of providing abortion. Or other services that they find objectionable building a culture that cherishes the dignity and worth of human life every child born and unborn is a sacred gift from God, he spoke at today's national day of prayer. The state of Georgia has executed Scotty Moro a man convicted of killing an ex girlfriend and another woman twenty five years ago, a beloved Star Wars character actor has died. Peter Mayhew who played to Bucko with seventy four years old. Mark Hamill called Mayhew the gentlest of giants with an even bigger heart flooding has forced evacuations in parts of Illinois in Iowa. And Davenport this woman had to be rescued by boat were really looking at me here. It was really hard to get out of there with all the current down through the water. So made it really hard to get out. She tells W QA that current led to her house catching on fire. This is AP radio news. Some well known controversial commentators have been banned from Facebook. Facebook took a forceful step against hate speech. Thursday banning a number of figures, including Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and Milo Yannopoulos in announcing the band's Facebook said the accounts had violated its policy against dangerous. Individuals and organizations, the band's apply to Facebook's main service and to Instagram and also extend to fan pages and other related accounts, right wing personalities, Paul Neilan, Paul Joseph Watson, and Laura little Bloomberg were also banned as was the info wars site run by Alex Jones, I Mike Rossier. The founder of insys therapeutics has been found guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe the company's highly addictive fennel, spray the case against John Kapoor exposed a marketing ploy of having a former stripper turn sales rep who gave the doctor a lap dance. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP radio news. More news right after this..

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"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellett. We've got the Dow the s&p Laura little changed on the P. Walgreens, weighing on the Dow right now, the Dow is down one zero seven that's a drop of four tenths of one percent. Walgreens, boots alliance. It is down twelve point seven percent. Nasdaq pushing higher up twelve now a gain of about two tenths of one percent. Tenure up six thirty seconds. Yield two point four seven percent. Gold up three tenths twelve Ninety-one the ounce. West Texas intermediate crude off one point four percent sixty to forty eight a barrel. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's Bloomberg business flash. Charlie. Thank you so much. You're listening to Bloomberg business week here on a Tuesday. It's still morning time here still waking up there. Yeah. I just I just rolled in. West coast style. This is how we do it. I know a lot going on back back east. It feels like we're gonna talk in just a minute to any Masa about what's going on at black rock, but you know, some of the other I'm just sort of looking at the most read stories this story about. David solomon. Goldman CEO turning up in Saudi Arabia is so fascinating to me. In part because you have seen. So much attention. Go away from Saudi Arabia after the kashogi murder. You know that kept people out of the kingdom last fall for that big investment summit. But now, it looks like they're back in business to a large extent. Yeah. I found that pretty significant right? And how quickly things change, and I do wonder if there'll be any kind of backlash or whether we just I mean, this is kind of how sometimes things work their scandals, and then people kind of move on businesses business. So we'll have to see what other kind of fall out or folks following what we're seeing from Goldman. You are listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. I'm Carol Massar along with Jason Kelly, and this is Bloomberg radio..

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"laura little" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:57 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Make sure to go out there and mortar right now. Eight five five four two to seventy or number to call the Oakland Raiders, certainly with Mike Mayock Jon Gruden at the helm as that tandem. Now, you're to Gruden get one for maniac as been certainly aggressive TASR, and they make the big acquisition as we discussed a couple of the Curiel wide receivers Odell Beckham junior's now Brown, and as we do know Antonio Brown is now a member of the Oakland Raiders as he met with the media yesterday. They officially introduced him. He's got a dime the silver and black year moving forward. And here's Brown talking about the fact that he believes he can help turn things around for Oakland. Bring accountability. Bring bring bring actions. I say what I do know stains, you know, holding guys accountable and receive a room. Challenge you guys if you drop a Paul we're going to have a pot. Just super accountability. Here. He is about his relationship with his former team Pittsburgh noticed the nation is having a bad day today. But it's always love courage. Every kid who watch me right about everything. I've done. I hope I continue to be a good example. Cotin it'd be a good role model because example. And and here he is about talking about working with his new quarterback. Derek carr. I think he's hungry. Versus says hungry for China organization around hungry to get on the winning side of things and I'm just hungry. For the same thing. So I think Stanford's the same causes God fair man family first time people and just want to be the best craft and how about the head coach, Jon Jon Gruden. He loves his new receiver the life that he has is enthusiasm. The play is contagious. And when we signed Antonio Brown. You'd be shocked. How many other players have wanted to come along with them? It's it's really been a really a great experience. Tasr? I will say this the the mustache has gone. The act is God. I'm gonna put the you know, the money in the contract. I think a lot of it if not all of it in. It's entirety was a complete and utter act to make sure that he got himself out of Pittsburgh holding a work was and that's because his personality his mentality his approach yesterday. And I get is a new City New Team New home happy, Pittsburgh best behavior. But it was even a little bit more than that. It was it was just a completely different person. I mean. And I I think everything that we saw that we had fun with that. We joked around about that we mocked at times the stuff I cameo, the blond moustache mister big Chaz working out on elliptical the stuff with James Harrison. It was all basically done to make sure he gets himself out of Pittsburgh, and he's out of Pittsburgh. And he's a day difference so far. And so, and I do think a lot of that the bulk that and I agree with you was a work was Bs, and it was just to get out of there. But it did happen. And and you know, John Jon Gruden and his staff. He's gruden's out a dumb guy, he knows that. So, you know, as a as a coach he's gotta look at Tomlin like God that that subset the guy. Does that with James Harrison wise, do the press conference with the Facebook live and all that stuff? Best behavior, but we was talking about this whole bunch last week every ends up. He'll be on his best behavior. Who's the real Antonio Brown? Is it is it Mr. big chest. Or was it that guy yesterday? Right. We don't know. We'll see I know this. I don't know if you saw this. I saw a thing capable who tweeted out was the raiders of somebody. And it was it was in Tonio Brown going to Derrick 'cause house to meet him and say Hello to him and he walked in. And it was like he was very kind of awkward because they didn't have to say to challenge. There's a camera there and hugging while Matt great to have you come in the house, blah, blah, blah. And and Tony Brown. He he came off like a new green young rookie like he was so humble like he was in or meeting. Derek carr. Listen if you compare and who's a better football player. Okay, there caused that even in the same realm. Tonio Brown's a player. But my point is Antonio Brown was very humbled. At least he showed what he walked in the man's house in its foyer, and he was so like just to call on teammate and they chat a little bit. While were on camera. Raider nation dogs can be great wait a nation. Derek Hough was so welcoming of you know, they're just trying to get some kind of connectivity. But yeah. So I thought it was interesting to see that it's interesting when they went also went out of work on the practice field to Derek Carr was throwing so football's today Antonio Brown, and there were some kids at attendance on what looked like a, you know, a field turf field and Antonio Brown was was playing around with the kids to go. Yeah. He he looked like he was just all the way to the world TASR was off of his shoulders. It looked like he was ready for a new beginnings. Clearly the Steelers ready for a new beginning. And for the Oakland Raiders they get a big time playmaker. And if if you're Antonio Brown urine off Derek Carr of your Derek Carr. You should be all day. Total Brown is he's making your job a lot easier with what he could do on the football field. I will say this. It does ring. True. The you know, you can look at the act and the personality and what he did after the Steelers season came to an ended every week seventeen in the regular season TASR. The one thing you could look at Tokyo brow with the message there for the kids. And for other guys is the way that he works. I'm not going to tell you that. He's this unbelievable leader. But what Gruden had to say what other people have had to say they've been around. Antonio Brown is. He's not slide on work. Whether it be in the gym whether it be on the practice field. You know, he does work his rear end off to get to where he is right now. Yeah. Not as no doubt. I mean, he wouldn't have the success. He you know, he wouldn't be the player is without that. Even if he has also given ability grinder, he is and he's he's great. And you know, I'll tell you again, we'll talk about the Browns fan how happy they gotta be cheese. I mean, the raider fan to well, the raider fans got excited. But here's the one thing has is if you're a raider fan, and you're nervous that that whole act was a sign of things to come or Antonio Brown lost his mind, and you're gonna get you know, the blond moustache and everything in the cabbie. And all that was going to be a part of it here moving forward. Antonio Brown gets it in a why because say that was all quote, unquote, work. The work was off yesterday. The message and the correct messaging was sent when he officially gets introduced as an Oakland raider. And that's a guy that shows you that even though people like looked at him and mocked him and laughed at a guy that gets it because yesterday stepped in for those cameras, and it wasn't just about, you know, the, you know, the stuff that you saw on social media and his personality it was about the messaging and the proper messaging and saying, you know, I'm going to be an institute a change here in Oakland. I'm going to help bring it back in the raiders are going to be brought back. I'm gonna help them do it. And that's exactly what you want to hear if you're a raider fan. Well, absolutely. And you know, again on his best behavior, and he should be. And and again, I think as as you know, as time goes on here and what the raiders do wants to season wants to the game. Stuck and played season starts getting played and wins and losses start happening. And guys start catching the ball. Not catch the ball. We'll see if they hit some potholes the raiders. Let's go out the Lonrho, Ohio, moose and talk to Ben who's listening on ninety three point one FM. Ben, what's up your autonomous? How are you? Good morning guys. What's up? What's going on? I was just gonna call a about the Browns like if they would win the Super Bowl like you guys all the videos and pictures of the Cavs went in like everybody downtown. Yup. Yup. Like. The Browns when there will won't be a Cleveland anymore. It will be like a bomb went off in Cleveland. That's what I said before that. It'd be like. The mistake. Gotta Lakewood sake. The party, and the party would not even be close to what we witnessed with the Cavs like people love the Browns, and Ohio and really football is king in Ohio. Right. Exactly. There's no even there's no comparison when you have a guy, even when the okay, I get the popularity of the sport. But even the popularity of the one individual doesn't change it LeBron being an Akron guy coming back home to deliver a title coming back from three one down against the warriors in the NBA finals. None of that even comes close to what the Browns would accomplish. No. I mean, don't get me wrong. If that's the is you can't deny it. You know what I mean like? But ball like I would argue that. If the Indians won a championship, it might be more important than the Cavaliers. Really? That's interesting. I'm assuming you're a Browns fan. Actually, no really much Steeler fan. Oh, also quick. I mean, you happier or not happy that that ABC gone. That means you probably don't care, and that's cool meeting that you're indifferent about it. Right. Yeah. Like, I don't care about bell. 'cause you guys saw what Connor did last year. Excellent. No. But. ABC is a stud. You can't deny his productivity. Great player. Great play. You guys are up against it. And Ben thanks the perspective being in Ohio being a Steeler fan that is being in enemy territory. But. Yeah. That's the one thing. He can't rip about Antonio Brown is what he represents as being a football player and the production that he's on the field and every single way that he could help you. I just had an epiphany the think it's too early. Like this time of the year for the social media team to put up a poll will A B have meltdown during this coming season. It's too early. What did you think? It's too early to think it's a good time. I'm going to stand. Let the raider fan enjoy himself. All right. Yeah. Herself himself. Laura little. Just throw it out there. I know I. Right. Well, we get into August..

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"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's check the markets and some of today's top business stories. I'm Charlie Pellett. It was a down day for the Dow the s&p NASDAQ stocks moving from positive to negative in the final few minutes of trading investors struggle to find inspiration after a torrid start to the year. We're also keeping an eye on China trade talks and the Chinese economy. Mike Ryan is chief investment officer at UBS financial services. We are seeing a global growth slowdown, which is the fact that a lot of the economies around the world, but what exacerbating this is some of the trade frictions seeing the US and China. This is this is by the biggest issue on the table. Both target and Kohl's advanced lifting. Consumer shares after reporting solid earnings as for the broader retail picture, Kim call he forest is with four pit capital companies like calls and probably more in this case target or showing us that however you wanna shop they're going to facilitate that and that could mean direct here door, it could mean by online and pick up or could mean going into a store, and I think that that's the strength of what target has and Walter Todd is the president and chief investment officer of Greenwood capital said in the effort to compete with Amazon these Cubbies had to spend more and more money to provide more and more services online, which is lower margin. And that's really the challenge for them going forward. So we rather own the suppliers rather than the bricks and mortar so think guild and active wear g three apparel that are supplying and they're to where the goods are sold. Target shares higher today by four point six percent Kohl's by. Seven point three percent G E tumbled after its CEO forecast. Negative industrial free cash flow this year GE down four point seven percent s&p down three down one tenth of one percent. Dow Industrial's down thirteen a drop their of less than one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq Laura little change down by one point. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg best with June Grasso. And Ed Baxter continues. Targeting.

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"laura little" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:53 min | 3 years ago

"laura little" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The thieves. That are now promoting socialism, which is steal from those who've worked hard for it steal from those who've earned it and give to the climate change deal. You notice how it used to be global warming. And now, it's not global warming anymore. Now, it's climate change because we're still now we're having more aggressive winters, so beware of this green new deal. It's a nice thing to tax you more. So go ahead Julio, Josh, thanks for having me on the show. My question is my dad's already collecting social security. He's seventy two years old. My question is if he were to marry a younger woman opposed to like, a a gold digger and he passes away when she titled to still receives his social security checks. Yes. If they're married, I think a certain number of years. Yeah. But but it doesn't come out of what you get as a kid. That's not what I would be worried about a gold digger with. So let's say you want to protect yourself or the ones you love from a gold digger. Maybe you want to protect your mother from a pool. Boy, maybe you wanna protect your father from a gold digger. I guess you could protect your mother from gold digger too. So we can't we can't be sexist about this. However, so think about this. I'm not really concerned so much about the social security. I'm concerned about the other assets that your father would have because. You know, let's say the house, let's say the IRA the 4._0._1._K because he could mean this gold digger as the beneficiary. So you might want to set up a trust. You may want to set up. What's called an irrevocable beneficiary designation? If you don't have the money for an attorney don't want to spend the money for a trust. You can actually set this up in your life insurance policies in your nudie contracts. You can set up your accounts t o d you could also add yourself as a child as a trusted contact or is the power of attorney that way if they remarry that person has to go through you to get funds. So there's a lot there. I wouldn't necessarily preclude him from enjoying the rest of his life. But let's make sure it's for love and not money. Any other questions on that? Julia. No, that's pretty much it. Thank you so much. So no thank you for calling Julio. And I hope you're dead does. Well. Next. We have Steven LIC Stephen in Long Island city. Go ahead. This is Steven from low on city. I just wanted to about about the Long Island city Amazon fiasco. I lived in the city for over fifty years and grew up there, and it's a wonderful neighborhood. But as you know, recently, there's such a massive development in the area. It was once considered for the twenty twelve Olympics when the city was bidding for the Olympic village at that time. Anyway, what I what I what I'm calling about is that I'm really outraged that, you know, this is such a great honor that Amazon selected Laura little on city neighborhood. From everywhere around the world would they could add place this headquarters, but they slept in Long Island city because logistically think that it's a good plate to do business. Even though New York City is one heck of a place where high taxes and doesn't really drive or trapped businesses in in into this neighborhood. So. In this state. So I think it's I'm gonna hold that thought for one second. I want you to keep going, but but I want to stop and say right there are area. The New York metro area is not a bad place for businesses. We have mass transit. We have a lot of steady jobs, high income good health care. I mean, we have to stop thinking. I mean, if you go move down south, we got a guy thing about what is good about this area. If you have doctor says, you have a year to live where do you go you? You know, you go to the hospitals your Korda while you go to NYU lying on you. Go to us on Kettering ego to. You know, this is so many good hospitals near Presbyterian. You you know, you we have some of the greatest universities, some of the greatest public education systems, some of the greatest hospital and healthcare systems and mass transit were at least we have infrastructure. Yes, it's crumbling a little bit. But if there was some type of I mean, we need to get some more tunnels in and we need to improve Elliara. We need them for all these things MTA. But at least we have it there. There are Lord swath of the country where they don't even have the basis of mass transit system. So I think you know, we we should see that. That's what Amazon so they weren't just. In a way, I think it's a way to peel off people from Silicon Valley California's getting so expensive, and if you can say, hey, you don't need a car your mortgage is you don't need a car. You get good healthcare. I know a lot of people relocate to this area for health. They moved down south, and then docs, has cancer. They move right back up. So. And you know, so and I'm speaking from some experience with with loss of my mother had cancer. It was you know. Yes, she passed away. But it was an amazing comfort to know that we could we could take her to some of the best institutions in the world, and it really helped alleviate some of the city and the pressure and the guilt you have after a love goes so continue with that thought. Well, I I agree. This is a hub of industry, and finance, etc. Etc. And that's why I right Amazon probably selected had a checkoff list and mass transit, and who knows maybe millennials don't want to buy cars, and they just want to walk to work or green and use mass transit fine. But I'm just saying look what happened when G E moved out of I guess, Ridgefield, Connecticut, and it decimated the whole state and the base look at look at look at the town that it was in. Now, it's like a ghost town where it is for sale signs all everybody's moving out. It's incredible. I mean, I think we should be lucky to have Amazon coming to the neighborhood racing. Went open on because they're gonna bring in more jobs bringing more. So-called tax base. And you know, it should be proud that they selected the area not to drive businesses away. But attract more businesses, this is this is what you know. I can't believe at one time people wanted an contend if not long city some other neighborhood is going to get it. So why not Long Island city, and it's possible that that Amazon says using this as a marketing applaud just to put this type of concept in the heads of people saying that all right? If you don't want to wait marketing, and you know, I don't think. You know, if if they're driven out Alonso. Let's say we have a better neighborhood pick from sure sure there could have been better neighborhood in this area for various reasons. But that's not what they picked. And if we drive them out now, they're going. They're gonna go to Florida where you pay. State. And then and then, and then we as I say the city, and the people enabler going to say, why our taxes are going up up up more, you know, at the somebody who at least commercially use some of that base money for to to offset that twenty seven billion dollars imagine, even if they took that money and could use that to upgrade the mass transit system. And it is a big thing. Millennials love not having a car and walking. You know? I it's it's different than people wanna drive two hours to work. They they they like they like being in the city. That's why Brooklyn has expanded so much because good paying tech jobs, you know, Google and the like so and really they've saved this area to some degree. Because a lot of the Wall Street jobs are not what they were years ago. So. So and yet hold businesses springing up because of it. So. We're going to take a short break. And when we return give us a call at eight hundred three to one zero seven ten. According to the Wall Street Journal out of state buyers are flocking to Miami. Residents of high tech cities are increasingly drawn to south Florida after last year's tax law capped deductions, so. A growing list of public officials in high tax state slide New York, New jersey, Connecticut are expressing alarm that bigger earners are Bolton to low tax states as new data suggests some homebuyers are moving in response to the euro change in the federal tax law. Your governor Cuomo became the latest on Monday when he blamed a two point three billion dollars shortfall on the new federal tax. So that he said is driving people leave the state. So at least he's trying to do something. I mean, I'm not an agreement for all these doing. I think. You know? So some of what they're doing is is horrible. But this is a good thing. So we got to give kudos where kudos are necessary. Okay. 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