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Mark Levin Circles Back to the Start of the Trump Indictments

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Mark Levin Circles Back to the Start of the Trump Indictments

"On the radio we believe it was March 2nd we have it on a Thursday 2017 When I started to put the pieces together about the attack on candidate and president Trump That Sunday March 5th I appeared on Fox and Friends Sunday and Pete hegseth was kind enough To allow me to speak at some length None on March 6th That Monday night I appeared on Hannity And underscored exactly what I had said twice before And this started the entire process including in Congress Of looking into what would now become these dorm indictments But I could smell a rat having served in the Justice Department as chief of staff for some time So let's just take a little lesson and close the circle here Go ahead mister producer The evidence is overwhelming This is not about president Trump's tweeting The Obama administration's spying And the question isn't whether it's spied We know they went to the fisa court twice The question is who did they spy on the extent of the spying That is the Trump campaign the Trump transition Trump

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"march 6th" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on WSB-AM

"But her cancer puts her at an inflated risk. Of death. Should she get covid? We worked very hard to get her vaccinated as quickly as possible. The second round of the vaccine nearly did her in She was in bed for almost a week. She had one of the worst reactions and well, she had the worst reaction of anyone I know. The doctor says that was actually good. That based on what we know now, it appears that your reaction to the covid vaccine, particularly the second dose Times, three would be about what you would deal with if you got covid, and that appears to be true. She got covid. She probably would have died given her reaction to the second round of the vaccine, and she is Actually troubled at the idea of getting a booster less she react violently again. We both got vaccinated, though. My second round of the vaccine was March 6th. Christie's with several weeks before that. A few weeks later, our daughter Had a migraine that lasted for several days. She tested negative for Covid. She gets migraines on occasion. But it was bad for several days She was at home Miss School. And then our son got sick. And he tested negative for Covid. And then a while later, after he was recovered, he started having some random side effects that Match post covid side roll. So the doctor decided to have a retested with an antibody test. He had gotten covid my kids both had gotten covid. Both of them had My wife never got it. She was in the house. Spending lots of time with two covid positive kids, and she never got the vaccine worked. I never got at the vaccine worked. We've subsequently now had our kids vaccinated in the second round. They were sick for about 12 hours. They were miserable, and then they were perfectly fine. Which is kind of standard for covid. What's we were all vaccinated. We stop wearing masks. Don't wear a mask anymore. Unless a business asks me to wear a mask. I noticed and my local Publix grocery store. God bless them. They're wonderful people, the pharmacist for the longest time it even stopped wearing mask. Now he's back to where to ask. And most people at the grocery store this past weekend or weird masks. I was not. I'm fully vaccinated. But not only that my dad is fully vaccinated. As is my mom. They got vaccinated before I did. And My dad got covid. The delta, vary it And was with me in a hotel room for three days of the third day. He had all the symptoms felt miserable. Had to get home. And I guess he started getting a coffin sniffles. He wasn't miserable until after he got home. Just assumed it was allergies. He gets to just get congestion on an airplane he does do we assumed that's what it was. He had flown over for Braves game flew home and then by that night was pretty miserable. And next they got tested was positive for Covid. Had been in a room with him for three days. I never got it. My mom. Took care of him. Got him better. She never got it. The vaccine works. For the last couple of months. We've had this fear scenario out there about breakthrough cases of covid 19 and how it turns out that that people the vaccine isn't as highly effective as we thought. But yet the New York Times now today has a story that it turns out, actually. Breakthrough cases are very rare for people who are fully vaccinated. The people who get the breakthrough cases. The media has highlighted enough of them to make us think that they are actually fairly common, and in fact, they're exceedingly rare. The odds of someone getting covid after being fully vaccinated are far smaller than what we thought based on the media coverage. And that's the point of the New York Times story. The media has scared people. About the vaccine. Has scared people that maybe it's not enough. Has scared people that you need to get it. But you can't change your life and so people aren't getting it. And what's the result? Lot of people arguing the vaccine, they think what's the point? Well, The point is, it turns out a lot of the media coverage, overplayed breakthrough cases, and they're not as significant as we first believed, and by the way of the people who get the breakthrough cases, overwhelmingly, they don't get hospitalized. All of the people it seems like and I say all I'm talking 98 99% of the people who have a breakthrough case and get hospitalized. Or was over 65 overweight or with other comorbidities. The handful of the booth died have all had significant other health problems. The vaccine works. But the Biden administration Public health officials, college campuses, public schools, fortune 500 companies, none of them What followed the science. They're following the fear their living by fear. They're not living by the science. They're not living by what you should do to get us out of the pandemic, which by the way is becoming endemic. It's not a pin to make. It's never going away. And if it's never going away, we should start living life like we do with the flu. We should start living life like we do with the common cold. We should start living life like we do with the host of illnesses that affect kids. We live our lives. We get vaccinated. We move on hoops. Occasionally you get it, you'll get over it. But the government and again part of me thinks it's it's actually environmental politics at play here. Is refusing to move on is refusing to change ways is refusing to get over living by fear. In order to live with the virus that's not going to go away. I think you should get vaccinated because I am living proof, as is my wife. Really living proof? That that actually really does work. Don't think you should be.

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"march 6th" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jersey. And it's water parks. You just have to click on it. And guess who wrote it? Joe my second. Absolutely. Joe. My sack joins us here. He said it. Editor of Bloomberg. Brief covers offer Joe. Any market had him at water parks. I think you had me at water Parks double. It's a $95 million deal, Joe. I could sell that. What happened? What's this? We, uh you know, I'll tell you all a man of impeccable taste. This was your favorite story. Absolutely, uh, you know What happened? That's no with the developers saying too, I guess, because, uh, the high yield muting market has been blowing out this year, all sorts of deals. Have been sold. And, uh, all of a sudden, last week we noticed that the deal had been pulled and I started calling around eventually dropped the developer and he was dissatisfied with the way daddy it but, uh, trying to sell these are I spoke to was, yes, part black stain. I spoke to was a time developers attorney and he said, Well, you know, tobacco as robust as we could have liked, so they're turning to a new underwriter, which is this is very rare in the beauty market. I would say almost it's almost non existent and generals. Jan is really good in mid Jan is very good in municipal bond market. I happen to know I used to know somebody who worked there. And you know, I'm just metro Philadelphia Central Atlantic area. They do a lot of good business there, Joe. Absolutely absolutely. You know, the, uh You have to be a, you know, perhaps what it is is you have to be a certain kind of bag. Who's a certain kind of firepower to get these high? You'll deals done and had a especially a war park like this, which is you know, in the beauty market, it's even more exotic. It's a pure tourism play, and you don't see many of us so you really have to have a lot of firepower. You know, going into it and January you say it's an old line phone. Is it unfair when I hear, you know, Water Park and Atlantic City and, uh, an investment bank getting out of a deal that's gone this far, it's already set to price. Seems like something shady is going on. But I'm not sure if that's just because I feel like Titans jersey bias, I think. Well, I don't I'm not. And I don't think things that are shady going on summit. But Atlantic City is pretty shady. Right? Am I wrong about that? Is that just No, no, no, this you know this. You know, Some stories are kind of straightforward. They couldn't get the deal. Sold. Developer wants to continue. What's Tribe? Try it again. Go to a new farm. Uh, but you know, the single in Atlantic City is, you know it's it's Each various failures over the years over the decades almost inexplicable without as you say something shady where it's you know, corrupt politics, Uh, mismanagement. You know, there's there's no reason, Atlantic said. You know, I was talking to somebody about this story this weekend. Settle said. Look, you know, I'm six ft. Tall and I wear a perpetual scowl. And I'm scared when I go to about You know, so I'm just doing this a lot actually doesn't have to be the way it is. You know, you would think that, for example, that have a private robust, you know, convention and conference business. No. You wonder? How can this be? There has been, you know, almost grotesque mismanagement. So Mark Black. Stein wants to. You know, he really wants to turn around the city, and he said he's really bullish on it. In fact, back in May he opened, uh, sort of big arcade heals the the Showboat Hotel there already, and this is in the supporter park. Would be so like where the showboats parking lot is, Uh And so he opened this arcade back in May, and apparently, it's drink driving business. You know, up on the boardwalk there, say the beaches met the beaches in South Jersey like around Atlantic City are spectacular. And I I agree with Joe had they've never really been able to The last time. I think Atlantic City was big as Boardwalk empire going back to like, you know, Prohibition to me. That's a great show. Yeah, I mean, I've been to Atlantic City Spend a long weekend there. Um, March 6th, 7th and 8th of 2009. And I don't want anyone to ever find out. What happened. What happens in the No. No, no, no, It was great. Actually. I think I was at the Borgata. There was a poker tournament. I also thought it was pretty. I had a pretty great time. I don't know why. It's not more of a booming business center. Would you want to bring your family there to a water park? It felt like an adult place to me. Yeah, but you know, just like Vegas Vegas is trying to appeal to has appealed. I would say not trying. They have over the last generation appeal to families, and that's been the growth story for Vegas. All right. Well, it's a fantastic story will tweet it out, Joe..

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"march 6th" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hot and luckily, with covert rules ending in California, water parks are open again for the first time in over a year. Patrice Mesa is with her family is just going to kind of be out. The kids are just tired of being in the house water parks in Sacramento County. You're operating at 30% capacity. For now, We're just excited to welcome everybody back in June, water and theme parks in California could go toe 100% capacity. Like stone. ABC News last See Angelo has covert numbers dwindle were starting to feel comfortable doing things we haven't done in a while, like panning out to a movie. Americans have been busy this weekend doing things they haven't done in over a year. One is flying. Another is going to the movie theater. Hollywood was hoping for the 1st $100 million box office take during the pandemic this weekend. And they are well on their way. Ah, quiet place. Part two is pulled in over $48 million so far, and crew l A is up to 38 million with 70% of cinema's open and vaccination rates. Rising. Analysts are optimistic that films will take in $100 million the first time We've seen that number since March, 6th 2020 just before the U. S shut down. Markets are closed for Memorial Day. That's kgs Mark NATO and a Bay Area man is in the Pacific Ocean. Now alone in a kayak heading to Honolulu, Cyril Dara, Mo. Cast off from Sausalito early this morning. If he gets to Hawaii and fewer than 65 days, the 2400 Mile voyage will set a Guinness world record is 22 FT. Long, customized kayak has a place to sleep and has propelled by Pedal power, their support sponsored by indeed, Com, indeed believes last.

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"march 6th" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I can tell you who's got the agenda and do have who doesn't have the agenda. And Tom Cotton wasn't applying an agenda here. The Daily Mail wasn't the Chinese whistle blowers that then vanished, weren't peddling false stuff. But our media awas and it's ah, terrible, terrible thing. You know you got and you got Joe Biden. We played the audio yesterday, quoting Chairman Mao at the commencement. Ceremony for the of all places, the Coast Guard Academy. You've got me. You've got the Tony Bo Belinsky story. The emails from the hunter Biden laptop which the media lied about. They lied about the laptop. They lied about Hunter Biden. They covered it up for him. They smeared the New York Post and anybody that read from the New York Post. Their stories about Hunter by the laptop. There's a grand jury investigation going on right now, with no leaks, by the way, because the news media is not asking for any leaks, so they're not getting any Also in reading missed this Washington Post piece by the clown Glenn Kessler. They're attacking and the previous piece they're attacking. This is the previous piece. They're attacking Fox news for reporting the truth, and they attacked Dr Mark Siegel and in The Washington Post story. Say authors of fake study pinpoint several examples of misinformation circulating and conservative media. For example, on March 6th flocks medical contributor Mark Siegel. Well, Mark Siegel is a medical doctor. He's Dr Mark Siegel. You know, they call Dr Jill Biden. He's a medical doctor and a professor of medicine, but they don't call him doctor. Because they spit on everything, by the way. Just see the new video. In New York City, the Palestinian people wrapped in Palestinian flags and headdresses and headbands, attacking people at a restaurant and spitting on them, spitting on them and attacking them a mob of violent bearded men who appear to be Palestinian yelling, anti Semitic things. In New York City, and I got to tell you and and the news media doesn't even cover it. They could care less about the anti Semitism speaking which, what's her name? You know, AOC. She's she's big anti Semite. Everybody knows that, and she's been spreading all this anti Semitic stuff. And then all the attacks on Jewish people in New York and Los Angeles and And beyond, and she made a little video and posted that sound bite number 25 a house. She posted a little video of herself after spreading this anti Israel anti and along with the other members of the squad. Ilhan Omar, who's a radical Rashida to leave, who is an extremist and a radical On and their glassy eyed crazy people in good standing with the news media and the Democrats, But I repeat myself so she came out she did you know, she makes these videos of herself marveling at the existence of a garbage disposal, discovering that lettuce grows in dirt. That was quite a shock to her. And and then she goes and spreads this this anti Semitism and, uh and after all the violent attacks on Jewish people from coast to coast by Democrats more in Florida to crazy person attacking a synagogue. Dumping human excrement all over the front doors that you're not going to see it on CNN or in the Washington Post, But it's in the local papers down there. AOC yesterday trying to say gosh, me anti Semite, not me. Anti Semitism is bigotry. It is hatred. It is disgusting and just antithetical to everything that our community stands for. We must stand with our Jewish community are Jewish community and supporting and protecting that it against hate crimes and he end violence, and this is not just about physical violence, but this is about verbal assault and confrontation. Uh, yeah, that's that's what it's about. She's She's a humdinger. This one she is, I gotta I gotta tell you, she's really something the pulled a couple of headlines. Um hey, ho, Hey. Oh, See, this is the former U. S ambassador to Israel. David Friedman, saying AOC has done more to quote stoke the flames of anti Semitism. On growth and anyone AOC has been spreading and peddling and pimping anti Semitism for a long, long time. They'll see this is here's another one from a state as his chief of staff. This is in 2019. I went and I have the Internet here, apparently a donut, The Washington Post here at CNN. They'll see his chief of staff criticized Can Can you believe this being criticized for wearing a T shirt touting a Nazi collaborator?.

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15-Year-Old Charged as Adult in Shooting of 15-Year-Old Relative

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:25 sec | 10 months ago

15-Year-Old Charged as Adult in Shooting of 15-Year-Old Relative

"Ah, 15 year old charge as an adult in connection with a March 6th shooting in Colombia. The teen allegedly shot a 15 year old relative. And he is charged with first degree attempted murder, first degree assault, second degree assault and possession of a firearm by a minor. Police believe the shooting was the result of an ongoing dispute between the suspect and the victim says Black faces a bond hearing this morning. Victim of the ways that hospitalized in stable

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COVID-19 Cases Tied To King Of The Mat Wrestling Tournament In NH

WBZ Overnight News

02:01 min | 11 months ago

COVID-19 Cases Tied To King Of The Mat Wrestling Tournament In NH

"New Hampshire health officials announcing potential community coronavirus exposures associated with the king of the Mat wrestling tournament held March 6th in Hampton. Here's WBZ TV s Ken McCloud, the rim sports complex here in Hampton, home to several adult and youth rec leagues, But it was also rented out for a youth wrestling tournament 10 days ago. An event that state health officials now say was a covert spreader. Dylan

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2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City

"Have been arrested in separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charged with assault and tampering with a witness. He has already posted bond in Cedar Hill Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty. He was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each charge. Steve Coming

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2 Dallas Police Officers Arrested in Separate Incidents

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

2 Dallas Police Officers Arrested in Separate Incidents

"To Dallas police officers have been arrested and separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charred. With the salt and tampering with a witness. He has already posted Bond in Cedar Hill. Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each

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"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Good as gold and a lot of the other people thank you so much everything helps and you help me be able to do the show and I appreciate that. So I want to thank my guest bath. Comedian friend and Resident genius house parts from coming on. I want to thank the very smart and funny Greg old they are and so I want to thank my sponsors bluechew.com use a promo code John and only pay $5 for shipping. I also want to thank you Lauren ipsum for the $3. I also want to thank them online that AG for being a sponsor and and then also True North outdoor gear. So I appreciate everybody for being here. I'll be back on Tuesday. That's today. I get the colonoscopies, so I'll be a little out of it since of the back the way they put on the effects Hal for $2 super stick, and but Tuesday, I have Glen Kirchner coming on Thursday. And what's Tuesday to today's the 6th Tuesday the Tuesday the 9th. I have Anthony scaramucci coming in on Wednesday. So I'll be doing a Wednesday show on March 10th, and then I have a bunch of Congress Congress woman. I go Carolyn Maloney from New York coming on Hakeem Jeffries coming on from New York. And so we have some great shows coming up and of course, I'm sure I'll have him back on and that's about it. You do funny. Anyway, thanks everybody. Thanks Nikki beefing. In my moderator. Thanks Sean hockey, 25 for also being my moderator. I will see you guys on Tuesday at noon PST and then on Wednesday for a special show with Anthony scaramucci. And then Thursday at noon and then Friday for the beer on the balcony. I don't know who I'm going to book, but it'll be somebody good. So become a patreon member patreon.com, Stuttering John or end or become a YouTube member. All right everybody. I will see you. Have a great Saturday Stuttering John saying.

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"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

08:31 min | 11 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Size of the company the number of employees and how close the state itself is even the median income. And this is the part that counts too fucking talk about is yeah federal minimum wage is $7.25 and it stayed the fucking same but the state's a lot of them have either made up for that or the reason they raised it is cuz the average mean wage is closer to 20 like New Hampshire and Delaware. Both of their representatives voted against it, California. I think they paid off work a $15 here. Yes and Arizona where Krysten Sinema gets shipped for given the thumbs down to Bernie's Amendment. Not the $15. Oh, yeah dead. Oh, I didn't know that either. I thought you were saying no to the whole thing. No. No, that's the point. It was amendment was a waste of fucking time. It was dragging it out unnecessarily saved nut and especially because it raises the vote threshold. If it if for some reason they would have a case if it had been if the parliamentarian it said, yes, this is directly affected by the budget because they presented Bill the amendment to the bill is that companies don't raise the federal minimum wage from 7:25 to $15. The federal government is going to include in this point nine trillion dollars the other half of their paycheck. That's the only way it qualifies under reconciliation. If you if the federal government raises the $15 minimum wage and pays off the other $7. Okay. That's the only way it would qualify when it does everybody. I don't mean to interrupt but maybe you should explain about the reconciliation cuz that's kind of a it's a weird table. And it's it's infuriating. Yes, everything in the everything that gets it gets past or through the amendment process needs sixty votes unless it deals directly with money spent by the government meaning budgetary stuff. The reason they leave they created reconciliation is basically to keep like warhawks and peaceniks from taking turns James fucking the military budget. So if the government writes a check for a service or to an entity rights that checking themselves, then they can pass a budgetary offer an amendment to that or an actual bill on spending with just a simple majority. But if they want to change law & policy in the country, they need 60 votes. Okay, that's the difference before you always needed 60 votes, but they created reconciliation because the Rand Paul's of the world would fuk school funding dead. If they every single time, they got a shot just to gum up the works. So 51 you need 51 votes, you know them plus the VP or you know over the majority or one vote missing which is what you had today with Sullivan. It was it was they they lost one of their votes out of their half because everything is is government spending government is going to spend it on you. I they're going to spend it on schools. They're going to spend money directed from taxpayer dollars into other payments to take care of service off. The minimum wage is a policy a law that about what other people do with their money. So you're telling companies how much they can spend on an employee you are not spending money yourself on that employee and to that point guess who raised to $15 when he walked into office this time for federal workers because the the ability to do so Joe Biden no way. Yes way anybody getting a federal minimum wage in a contracted office gets $15 on federal because he can do that because it's it is the purview and a spending directive of the executive branch laid forth by the the purse strings of the Congress, but telling telling Costco or any of these other companies or a mom-and-pop, but, you know company in Idaho that you have to pay your employees $15 of your money is a policy related law not a budgetary log. Therefore it cannot pass with less than 60 votes is the 60 votes. It's a 60 votes because of the filibuster. Yes, but yeah, you can have it also break the you don't need Thursday. If some if you can break the filibuster, if you have you can find some way to do it. That's why the the next argument is going to be about getting rid of the filibuster entirely which is about dumb you don't get rid of maybe I do want to hear your point on that Alabama Wilson said where she's at in Kansas sheriff deputies start at only twelve dollars an hour. Okay are getting full time though our start on deputies full time. Cuz a lot of times deputized people at that pay wage are only when you have a missing kid and they need people coordinating, you know search teams when you have a major like nine-eleven L explosion downtown and you've got deputized locals that come in and then they may They're on salary, but because they're on call so it's different than anybody you'd be staffed up you guys explain to everyone in the chats. What a filibuster is like, you know, what hard part right what it should be or what it is. What is a filibuster filibuster is when you interrupt the normal flow of voting on anything to stop the time period of debate where a bill has time to pass. So something gets in its got a strict as a certain amount of debate. It has to legally have an appointment process and all this stuff, but you eat up all that time by talking the whole time. So just never get to it. Isn't that what what that freaking a swipe did by reading the like I was a ramp all like oh Ted Cruz who stayed on there for like twenty-four hours reading or people do it. I mean Bernie Sanders has done has led a filibuster Elizabeth Warren did a phillabaum. Your loaner legit filibusters and a lot of ways aren't the problem honest-to-god. If Ted and here's the thing. I think I'm a purist about the filibuster. I believe it should exactly exist need we need it but it has to be a Mr. Smith Goes to Washington style filibuster. You have to talk on topic the whole time. If you start the telephone book you should be able to stand up and buy point of order have a majority vote to end your filibuster. Okay ticket, but if you stay there and you're going no I'm talking about the legitimate taxation of this particular business. What I'm talking about should be able to stay there. There's two problems though right now is we have just the threat of the filibuster cuz everybody wants to go home. So everybody can just go I'm going to filibuster that I'll see you at lunch and it's often does it effectively acts as a filibuster because all you have to do is tell there are we going to do away with the filibuster? No, right? No. No, we are we may legitimize it or narrow the rules. Switch would be the value of it, but you can still carry the bill forward and there's enough time in this session where even if somebody filibustered you just bring it up again and they'd have to filibuster it again. And again, they're not going to gain eventually you'll wear them down. The bill will get either an up-or-down vote. And again, it'll the only reason to filibuster is if you know, they're sixty votes to be had and you want to stop it off. That's that's it's just a it's really just you know, that it's bipartisan. That's the biggest fear that they have any time someone's acting on a filibuster whenever they pull a filibuster out. That's because something beats the 60-vote threshold. That's a good sign for the bill. If somebody's will, you know going to filibuster the problem is they do it silently and they just go, you know, my caucus will protect me and they'll make sure there aren't sixty votes to stop my filibuster cuz they don't want to have to vote on something that's popular so they wanted to die and let me get Greg a chance to talk here Greg Smith..

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"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

06:26 min | 11 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"I think yeah well and then speaking of this training what's going on with our didn't they sent you her as something well, you know mileage on that is The United States needs a strong Republican party. This is a two party system. It's been a two party system since the days of of Washington since the Jefferson, you know, Madison, whatever we need it to be a two party system. And one of the parties doesn't function if it's just an obstructionist fascist authoritarian party that doesn't offer any policies or have any incentive to compromise then the the country can't function. I mean, we see it now with this bill, none of the Republican Senators wanted anything to do with it. I mean time was if something had an 83% approval rating and we were in a timer crisis the parties would come together and put out something like this and even it happened in 08 at the end of The Pusher with the you know, the the tarp and all that stuff. It's not happening now because the Republicans just I just don't care, you know, so I I don't know what Yeah, I don't know Tony macaroni says doesn't the Congress building have security cameras. They'll show who bober took on the tour of the building. Yeah. I mean it's said between them. I mean like I'm surprised I mean cuz they definitely have it on camera know the FBI is going to figure this out. This isn't going to be I don't think there's no incentive for anybody to cover this up, right everybody that was involved with this has gone and it helps Biden it helps Democrats in general for this to be Unearthed. There's no reason for any of it to be covered up that I can think of, you know, when you have cover-ups or things that are perceived as cover-ups. It's because the person in power wants it to be covered up because if it comes out it will hurt that person whatever it is, whether it's whether it's Nixon covering up the Watergate stuff or Clinton covering up the Lewinsky or whatever the when the people in charge are the ones doing the covering up. That's what that's when the conspiracy weirdness starts. That's not the case here Trump is gone dead. His people are gone. Anybody remaining is being routed out and fired and we want to all get to the bottom of it. The American people want to know the truth. Biden wants to know the truth. We're going to find out the truth. The FBI is going to be empowered to do the best acacian. They're going to do it and we're going to find out we decided to be a little remember. We don't even have an attorney General yet. I know and what's going on with that quick? When are they going to are they going to try and this Merrick Garland against poor guy? I know it's interesting with Americar. First of all, I don't think they can hold out for that much longer with this but you know, Tom Cotton is the one now that's delaying it. Anybody that's delaying Merrick Garland is a traitor just put you know, just set your marker. It couldn't be easier to spot. That's one of my Twitter taglines is the Traders are easy to spot right now. It could not be easier anybody that's trying to delay Merrick Garland is a traitor and they fear Merrick garland that if he gets in there they're going to get caught. So anybody that's actively trying to shift can that name? Asian or slow walk at or whatever you want to call it is a traitor and probably has something in the background that they don't want Merrick Garland to find out about something else that came out during the hearing which I did not know. I watched some of the Merrick Garland confirmation thing that guys at that guy's great. I was sort of rooting for him like as a an in theory kind of thing, but watching him speak and stuff. So impressive wage. Then there was the time when he he talked about how his grandparents fled anti-Semitism to come to the United States and he felt like he needed to give back right and he was like a choked up about it. He was very heartfelt and he said something like, you know, the my skill-set the best way that I can give back is to do this job. But what struck me about that is when he you know, he wanted to put him on a supreme court the Supreme Court right now. The the Republican side is basically run by Leonard Leo who is with the Federalist society and these other groups. There's a Rouge Michael Catholic faction of people in this Federalist Society thing that are that are pushing these these judges right now six of the nine judges on the Supreme Court, I wrote this on my Prevail site a couple of weeks ago six of the nine are not Catholics radical Catholics, cuz there's a difference I grew up Catholic. I'm confirmed I went to Catholic College wage people are not the Catholic that I saw they are radical Catholics. They don't want choice. They don't want contraception. They don't want lgbtq rights at all and their their authoritarian ultimately there are six of the nine right now on the Supreme Court are that and five of them were put there by Leonard Leo Clarence Thomas the 6th is a good friend of his wage and That's what they're trying to do. It's just a store attarian thing. But when they and also Leonard Leah was involved with the Merit Garland, you know, the stalling of that when he was nominated for the food court that group of people was responsible for making that thing last as long as it did and running out the clock right when Merrick Garland said that about fleeing anti-semitism that really struck me because it felt like there's also an anti-semitic undertone to that whole thing, which I didn't know at the time which makes it even shittier and more rotten than it is. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Oh my God. I'm when I think it was when Gorsuch was was was in there. I think before Kavanaugh the head of a Catholic wrote a letter complaining because off the what's his name pulse the guy who's the New York Times Washington correspondent, whatever he is on a panel with Maureen Dowd said that there was this, you know this group of radical conflicts that were influencing the court and the president of the Catholic League wrote this letter where he was complaining about how that was anti-catholic bias and this and that which it isn't, you know, because it's a specific strain of the of the faith that my view is not actual but that was his charge and in this letter he wrote sort of apropos of nothing. No one's complaining that there's too many Jews on the court. Or you know, he wrote this into some quoting this guy Donahue so I think about that.

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"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

07:06 min | 11 months ago

"march 6th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"First of all the Senate passed the covin stimulus bill now dead. Shorty one better colonoscopies more pleasant than going to Tom to sign up for a raise. Yeah, it is actually thank you Melissa Feldman for the five bucks. Very generous very generous. So well, so what we talking about? Yes, so, you know, this is the thing that irritates the crap out of me Lisa murkowski you piece of garbage in Alaska you ask to put an amendment in there to give like six hundred million to homeless children or whatever a homeless people then you still vote know come in. You know what between you and Susan Collins get out of our freaking Congress, please please get out get the book out. We are so sick of you guys both we gotta stick with our team why this is the stimulus Bill about the American people. This is not about you sticking a freaking team over country team over party. No, it's not. But everyone voted down partisan lines every single one. Because the Republicans they can never ever try and reach across the aisle. Don't don't even bother. Thank you Max 1959 month for the five bucks. And thank you Carlene Martin. Yeah, Joe manchin to says I know there's another piece of garbage Greg. Come on in here. I mean it is just unbelievable that here you're talking about a stimulus package that going to boost their economy. Most Economist have said so long and it's going to help the American people and yet not one Republican could vote. For it. I mean Greg, when does this bull crap end while the thing that's even crazier is this is a very popular bill as my friend Eric Mueller pointed out on press run. It still has 83% approval including among Republicans and every single person in the party voted it down. I mean the politics involved with that are really stupid like they hate us more than they want to do our votes. I mean, this is going to be a super popular thing. I'm already to get my calculator out to see how much money I'm getting here. This is exciting stuff. It's helpful. There's there's no way it's not going to help people in a very real substantial way. Yeah, so I'm sorry with someone good as gold. Thanks for the five bucks. Please. Tell Greg that I love when he drinks his fancy Martini our Narrative of always makes me me smile. He's so cute. Well, thank you. It's a Manhattan. It's not a it's not a martini with my hair is I was having technical difficulties all of a sudden I I plug the thing in it. I couldn't hear you. But I was freaking out I saw yeah, I saw you came into the room and then you and then you left. Yeah. So time take your time. But yeah, I'm having know it really is appalling. I don't know here. We have people who are in need of money. I mean, I'll be honest, you know, I you know, it's going to help me too. Yeah, so so I can't I can't believe that it all becomes political thousand now, they'll say well they drove down to some like Mitch McConnell said today which which I just Greg, I'm sorry, man. I can't stomach this guy from much long. I hear his cock. Contemplating if he's going to drop out. I hope he does. I'm so sick of this the Grim Reaper his self-proclaimed title because he's been an obstructionist since day one and now he's like the bill has a lot of part of radical leftist things and it know does it bring a masculine? Does it really? Look the whole the whole idea of what socialism is. They have these keywords that they like to throw around, you know Socialist Communist radical. Let's just this and that what this is is a way to help the economy stay on track. Like we're we were really really close and we may still be really close with people being evicted from their homes wage. We have the economy can conserve I've you know a recession or a slow. But once you have people being displaced in any numbers, it's very very difficult to come back from that and let's let's tell it like it is the Republican party wants Biden to fail. They want Biden to fail. They want this to fail. They want to look like a bad president. That's why that asshole Abbott's in in Texas is opening up the state there and the other guy in in in Mississippi State whatever his name is the Guy with the with the bad hairpiece in Mississippi. He's pro-life. He's super pro-life, but he wants everybody Mississippi to die. So he's doing this the only explanation that I can give you that they you know, they're hoping that this will make the numbers look bad because what is happening right now is what I sort of predicted would happen, which is once we have a functional federal government job, which we have now. We still have people that need to be put in place Merrick Garland etcetera, but the the the administrative side of the executive branch is now functional for the first time about four years and what do you know stuff's happening a couple of weeks ago Biden said, we're going to have vaccines for everybody by the end of July and I told my friends when he says the end of July or the summer whenever he said I'm like he really means May yes, and then he came and said Meg. Yes when he says the end of May he really means, you know, the beginning of May late April because he's not going to make a promise wage. That unless he's damn sure he can keep it. So what's going to happen here from the outside anybody in the swing thing is going to say okay Trump was in charge of this thing for a year, you know or whatever. It was just his watch. He was in charge wall coronavirus virus ravaged the country and you know a couple opportunity ample opportunity to stop it. He had ample opportunity to do this bill this covid-19 still he could have passed this whatever he wanted and they chose not to because they don't care. They just want people to die and now Biden comes in waves his wand wage all of a sudden we have the defense production act. We have ramping up vaccines..

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Pope holds historic meeting with Shiite cleric in Iraq, visits Abraham's birthplace

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"Cleric has led to a declaration by the country's prime minister, March 6th is now a national day of tolerance and co existence. The two religious leaders attended an inter religious gathering today at the traditional birthplace of Abraham, who is revered by Muslims, Jews and Christians. America's listening to Fox News

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"march 6th" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"There's no in Washington State made it easy for police to track down a pair of burglary suspects. It all started early Saturday morning when Pierce County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm call at a home in Tacoma. As the deputies arrived, they saw two people running away from the home with the two didn't realize was they left a pair of tracks right where the hiding spots were a canine and a cop found one set of footprints leading to a dumpster and captured a man hiding there. Another set of prints led to a tree where another man eventually complete. Hide with cops and climb down at the House. Investigators found a broken window on the main door of a garage. Rob Dawson Fox nearest criminal case has been dropped against a white woman who was arrested last year after she called 911 and a black man. It was bird watching. In New York City Central Park, Amy Cooper completed a counseling program and to educate her on the harm caused by her actions. European unit of Cruise company Carnival is getting ready to sail again next month. Carnivals Aida Cruises is planning to restart sailings March 20th with a cruise around the Canary Islands. Aida's based in Germany were covert 19 lockdowns have been extended until March, Aida had planned to start cruises on March 6th. Those earlier dates are not taking place and its offering flexibility for those who paid for those trips. Carnivals. Aida says cruises will comply with extensive health and safety protocols. It's currently booking cruises through the summer of 2022. GeneCo's Silva Fox. New Gaza's agreed to pay a $1.3 million fine after authorities in France concluded it displayed misleading rankings for French hotels. Google had used it official source as well as input from other hotel industry sites to rank hotels. Now, the company says it's made changes of the ratings are closer to the official French Star Ratings Pro tells featured on Google Maps and its search page. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News. Lies staying connected Continues.

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"march 6th" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"CTU There's no in Washington State made it easy for police to track down a pair of burglary suspects. It all started early Saturday morning when Pierce County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm call at a home in Tacoma. As the deputies arrived, they saw two people running away from the home with the two didn't realize was they left a pair of tracks right where the hiding spots were canine and a cop found one set of footprints leading to a dumpster and captured a man hiding there. Another set of prints led to a tree where another man eventually complied with cops and climb down at the House. Investigators found a broken window on the main door of a garage. Rob Dawson pox Nance Criminal case has been dropped against a white woman who was arrested last year after you called 911 and a black man. It was bird watching in near City Central Park, Amy Cooper completed a counseling program. And to educate her on the harm caused by her actions. European unit of Cruise company Carnival is getting ready to sail again next month Carnivals Aida Cruises is planning to restart failings March 20th with a cruise around the Canary Islands. Aida's based in Germany were covert 19 lockdowns have been extended until March, Aida had planned to start cruises on March 6th. Those earlier dates. They're not taking place and its offering flexibility for those who paid for those trips. Carnivals. Aida says Cruises will comply with extensive health and safety protocols. It's currently booking cruises through the summer of 2022. GeneCo's Silva. Fox, New Google has agreed to pay a $1.3 million fine after authorities in France concluded it displayed misleading rankings for French hotels. Google had used it official sources well as input from other hotel industry sites to rank hotels. Now, the company says it's made changes of the ratings are closer to the official French star ratings from hotels featured on Google Maps in its search fade. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this response knew..

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"march 6th" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"When Washington State made it easy for police to track down a pair of burglary suspects. It all started early Saturday morning when Pierce County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm call at a home into coma. As the deputies arrived. They saw two people running away from the home with the two didn't realize was they left a pair of tracks right where the hiding spots were canine and a cop found one set of footprints leading to a dumpster and captured a man hiding there. Another set of prints led to a tree where another man eventually complied with cops. And climb down at the House Investigators found a broken window on the main door of a garage Rob Dawson Fox News criminal case has been dropped against a white woman who was arrested last year after she called 911 and a black man who was bird watching. In New York City Central Park. Amy Cooper completed a counseling program and to educate her on the harm caused by her actions. European unit of Cruise company Carnival is getting ready to sail again next month. Carnivals Aida Cruises is planning to restart sailings March 20th with a cruise around the Canary Islands. Aida's based in Germany were covert 19 lockdowns have been extended until March, Aida had planned to start cruises on March 6th. Those earlier dates are not taking place and its offering flexibility for those who paid for those trips. Carnivals. Aida says cruises will comply with extensive health and safety protocols. It's currently booking cruises through the summer of 2022. GeneCo's Silva Fox. New Gaza's agreed to pay a $1.3 million fine after authorities in France concluded it displayed misleading rankings for French hotels. Google had used an official source as well as input from other hotel industry sites to rank hotels. Now, the company says it's made changes of the ratings are closer to the official French star ratings hotels featured on Google maps and its search page. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and this is Fox News. Partly cloudy with southeast winds around 5 to 10. For the rest of our evening. We'll see those clubs increase overnight as we dropped a 13 below will receive the light chance of snow overnight going into Wednesday morning. Slight dusting as possible throughout the day of Wednesday. Mostly cloudy with a high of six above and southeast twin still around 5 to 10 well, stayed mostly cloudy overnight Wednesday night as we dropped down to eight below on the.

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"march 6th" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Yeah, thats know when Washington State made it easy for police to track down a pair of burglary suspects it all started early Saturday morning when Pierce County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm call at a home into coma. As the deputies arrived. They saw two people running away from the home with the two didn't realize was they left a pair of tracks right where the hiding spots were a canine and a cop found one set of footprints leading to a dumpster and captured a man hiding there. Another set of prints led to a tree where another man Actually complied with cops and climb down at the House. Investigators found a broken window on the main door of a garage. Rob Dawson Fox nearest criminal case has been dropped against a white woman who was arrested last year after she called 911 and a black man who was bird watching. In New York City Central Park. Amy Cooper completed a counseling program and to educate her on the harm caused by her actions. European unit of Cruise company Carnival is getting ready to sail again next month. Carnivals Aida Cruises is planning to restart sailings March 20th with a cruise around the Canary Islands. Aida's based in Germany were covert 19 lockdowns have been extended until March, Aida had planned to start cruises on March 6th. Those earlier dates or not taking place and its offering flexibility for those who paid for those trips. Carnivals. Aida says cruises will comply with extensive health and safety protocols. It's currently booking cruises through the summer of 2022. GeneCo's Silva Fox. New Gaza's agreed to pay a $1.3 million fine after authorities in France concluded it displayed misleading rankings for French hotels. Google had used an official source as well as input from other hotel industry sites to rank hotels. Now, the company says it's made changes of the ratings are closer to the official French star ratings from hotels featured on Google maps and its search page. I'm Lee Scylla, Sarah and.

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"march 6th" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"No in Washington State made it easy for police to track down a pair of burglary suspects. It all started early Saturday morning when Pierce County Sheriff's deputies responded to an alarm call at a home in Tacoma. As the deputies arrived, they saw two people running away from the home with the two didn't realize was they left a pair of tracks right where the hiding spots were a canine and a cop found one set of footprints leading to a dumpster and captured a man hiding there. Another set of prints led to a tree where another man eventually complete. Lied with cops and climb down at the House. Investigators found a broken window on the main door of a garage. Rob Dawson Fox near criminal case has been dropped against a white woman who was arrested last year after she called 911 and a black man. It was bird watching. In New York City Central Park, Amy Cooper completed a counseling program and to educate her on the harm caused by her actions. European unit of Cruise company Carnival is getting ready to sail again next month. Carnivals Aida Cruises is planning to restart sailings March 20th with a cruise around the Canary Islands. Aida's based in Germany were covert 19 lockdowns have been extended until March. Aida had planned to start cruises on March 6th. Those earlier dates are not taking place and its offering flexibility for those who paid for those trips. Carnivals. Aida says cruises will comply with extents Of health and safety protocols. It's currently booking cruises through the summer of 2022. GeneCo's Silda Fox. New Google has agreed to pay a $1.3 million fine after authorities in France concluded it displayed misleading rankings for French hotels. Google had used it official source as well as input from other hotel industry sites to rank hotels. Now, the company says it's made changes of the ratings are closer to the official French star ratings for hotels.

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FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed

WBZ Midday News

05:16 min | 1 year ago

FBI Warns Of Groups Calling For ‘Storming’ Of Courthouses Nationwide And In Washington, DC If Trump Is Removed

"And FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News said an unnamed armed group called for storming State capitals, government buildings, courthouses and the U. S Capitol. If President Trump has removed from Office before Inauguration Day, The Homeland Security Department said it would implement the inaugural security plans six days earlier starting Wednesday, when the House could take an impeachment vote. The FBI said the group is planning attacks in D. C and there have been specific threats against President elect Biden, Vice President elect Harris and members of Congress. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK In Boston, the FBI here says it does not currently don't have any plans. Armed protests at the Massachusetts statehouse over New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Maine Governor Charlie Baker says there's nothing law enforcement. Is aware of here. There are currently no known threats with respect to the state House or any other public building. At this time in Massachusetts, and on we will continue to monitor and track the information that's out there on we will be appropriately prepared for anything that might happen. President Trump meantime, today, taking aim at the prospect of being impeached again, The president calls it ridiculous. This impeachment is causing tremendous anger. Speaking to reporters for First time since the Capitol attack, which Democrats blame on him, the president said the impeachment push is dangerous, but we want no violence, never violence. The House will begin debating impeachment tomorrow, charging the president with incitement of insurrection in urging supporters to March on the capital, but the president's taking no responsibility for the riot. Saying his remarks to backers were totally appropriate. Soccer Megane Washington's president Trump visits section of the US Mexico border wall today on way to celebrate the completion afforded 50 miles of fencing this year. Hidalgo County Democratic Judge Richard Cortez wants the president to stay away in order to prevent large crowds that might bring more positive covert cases. We just modified order to ask all our hospitals not to do elective surgeries because we're 18.8% of our hospital capacity in Texas, the Legislature opening up today and Austin ABC is Jim Ryan says. Talk of Unarmed demonstration and lingering threats of covert 19 of rattles Some lawmakers nerves. Even images of the riot at the U. S. Capitol might not be enough to keep Texas 181 legislators from attending the opening ceremony at the state Capitol. With the specter of a novel coronavirus infection is a different matter to Democratic state representatives from the Dallas area plan to skip the event for fear that it might be a covert 19 super spreader hand there's a B C's Jim Ryan. The first U. S execution of a female inmate and 67 years was supposed to happen today. Right now, though, a court has put that on hold. The judge granted the stay late Monday, citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency. The Kansas woman got the death sentence for killing Bobby Joe, stand it and cutting out her baby. She was planning to raise the child as her own. That girl is now 16. Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks dented into believing the two were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy. Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker, Boston native Casino mogul and GOP mega donor, Sheldon Adelson has died of the disease. Jim McKay has more on his life. Adelson was born in Boston and grew up in Dorchester. He rose to become the chief executive officer. The Las Vegas Sands Corporation, which owns casinos all over the world. Adelson was one of the early casino executives that look to spearhead American based casinos and Asian markets. In his later years, he became known for his major political donations him and his wife were known as the biggest backers of President Trump's re election campaign and 2020. He had been suffering from a cancer related illness recently in the past week. He had taken time off for surgery, his wife confirming this morning that he died of a long illness. Sheldon Adelson DEAD at 87 Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio in Massachusetts. Raised filmmaker has died. Director Anna Rose King died January 3rd after losing her battle with lung cancer, family says King died in New York City hospital She directed a total of seven films. One of which was inspired by the passing of her broadcast executive Father Roger King, the movie titled Good Enough Centers on the New York City based flight attendant who seeks to find a lost relative after her father's death. Popular television hover Syria's soon we'll be making its way to the tip of the Cape for filming of their 10th season. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe takes a look selectman in Provincetown have approved 20th Century Fox is request to film the American horror story anthology in town from February 1st through March 6th selectwoman Lease, King says This could be a big boon for businesses in the area struggling because of the pandemic. It's off season. You're talking about bringing a lot of economic activity town at a time when businesses Could really use those dollars. King is a bit concerned about large crowds gathering due to the popularity of the show. She's seeking assurances that crowd control measures will be in place which enforce existing covert 19 rules and regulations. The cast of 100 will include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson and Macaulay Culkin. Kevin Tonic, Left WBZ Boston's news radio. Listening

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"march 6th" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Um, I just opened my mail. Two positives. I got my stimulus check today. It's dated October 30th. But at least I got it And um, also was able to speak with somebody on the phone. I ds and her name was Lorraine and she was very pleasant. And just seem like a happy regular person. She wasn't you know, like she was bored and had to deal with one more person. So I just wanted to mention those two positives. I'm really glad you did. Did you get it Is a card or a paper check. You said you got a check. I gotta check. Yeah, about that, Terry. And did you get And when did you apply for unemployment? And have you been receiving it? Why were you calling them ideas? Well, I must. So I was a teacher and I was out from March 6th, but it took me forever. I was one of the people that actually called you at the beginning. I was just looking through my payments. I had received no payment until June, and then it was like $4000 only does I was out of work. March April May. Finally in June, I got some money, but then nothing until just last week. And then what did what did Look this wonderful woman, Lorraine or whatever it was. What did she say? What? What does ideas, woman say So she helped me out, she said, Um, so my my weeks had run out, and I said, So. What do I do now? I said, I'm looking for a job. But you know, I you know, And she said, well, it's been extended. For 13 weeks or until December 26. So, she said December 26 is going to come first. So that's when it's ending. And then I heard you guys talking about that before about, you know. They have to get together. They tell you you're going to get your back payments. So so I did. Actually. Yes. I just got some. I That big chunk of it. Like last week, and then I call right to let her know that the job that I did have it for, like, six weeks at a school that they closed as well. So I'd like you to reapply for it. Okay, So you buried the lead The lead is you got your money. I don't know. If you've got 2 $600 extra you were supposed to get that anybody gets putting out of ideas. Now that's had a problem. Give you a big hug virtually and say, Count your blessings, Karen. Thanks for the phone call. I'm glad you know, with all that happened is that you shared it with us. Terry. How long have you been saying? Be patient? Be patient and we'll go home. Yeah, the stimulus checks. I knew the iris would get around to it painful and couldn't make a comment on stimulus checks for all of you who are out there. Um, remember, they looked at 2018 1st. And if you made too much money they could you didn't file 2019 until probably July. So maybe you didn't get a stimulus check because you didn't qualify in 2018. But maybe 2019, which you filed in July. You did qualify or this is the big headline Suppose in 2020..

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"march 6th" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"march 6th" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Tips today. From Don McLean. Yeah, D Mac D Mac Thiss was a study spending on doing versus spending on having and it was done by some researchers at UT Austin and some from Cornell together, and what they did is they took About 2600 adults. They were randomly assigned to either material or experiential group. I hope I'm saying that right experiential group like a study. Okay, so this is all about? Are you getting more pleasure from spending your money on having material things or do spending your money on? The activities like I don't know, buying a trip or something like that. And having an experience s O. They recruited these people. They don't know which group there in and they were sent random texts. During this there day to monitor their emotions. I am their purchasing behavior, so the people that were buying things with their money. Like jewelry, furniture, clothes, whatever. They were not as happy as the people who are spending their money on dining at restaurants, sporting events they're buying tickets to comedy shows things like that. So the result is that happiness was higher for people who did the experiences rather than buying island And it got me thinking this was done in right before the pandemic like actually, March 6th. That they're talking about this. So it was around that time at the beginning of the year, and I think that because we haven't been able to do all of these things during the pandemic, we're buying more things. We're trying to fill that void. Yes, that we normally and it's not making us as happy making happy. We keep ordering it, but we can all three day Yes, but what if we said OK, you have to give all the stuff you got from it like the non essential stuff you got from Amazon to give it all back. And in its place, you can have gone on a four week for four night vacation with friends and had multiple dinners out with friends and gone to see a live theater show or something like that. Maybe they throw in the state fair, right? We'd probably all take those experiences. You're probably right and you can't really compare. They say in this like you can't compare buying a $10 shirt to a trip. I mean, obviously you're going to like the trip more right. But they found that even with the smaller, like dollar for dollar experiences Let's say you bought something for $20 that you get in the mail or you bought. Ah Tau. Watch Mulan with your family, right? You're going to be happier. Watching the movie that makes sense. You make sense of it will be over soon, Guys, We don't know your last peoples don't wear their masks. So, yeah. If you wanted to go on forever. Just keep not wearing that mask where your man hold and it's going to be winter before we know it. Which means you're gonna like the mask. Yeah, especially outdoors. Um all right. So here's the deal with winter coming. Here's my Segway. Um, it's harder to get out of bed. It is so pitch black in my room in the morning where I'm like. Why's my alarm going off? So in the middle of the night? I know. Isn't it crazy how that works? Did we already do the fall back? Fall behind? Yeah, so it's gonna get even darker. It's gonna get you sooner know it'll get Brighter earlier. It'll get brighter earlier but darker, who earlier in the evening that's November 1st. Daylight saving time ends do Ah well, according to a new study. It is, in fact, harder to get our brains to wake up in activate when it's cold outside. I really can't stay. Many of schools do it like Vin Diesel. In a really good stay where if he came out the Christmas album, I'd be cool with us. Just canceled. Christmas, Andre the giant. You don't sound like fitness. He's I don't know. Pull of the song. No, Jesus. Well, I'm just saying I might not be as office. You think I will be like a I don't like that tongue. Anything you're doing? Yeah, it's a very fat tongue. Yeah, Yeah. Slim down that tongue. What? Well, is it bullet video? It's not like he's like, I don't want Judah feel like I do like he didn't see.

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Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

Weekend Stakes Preview Presented by NYRA Bets

"I don't know how much derby influence this feels can have. But I'll tell you what I think. There are some really nice horses in here. That WanNa do this one turn mile and see if maybe one of them can Can Get the job done and move forward on that Derby trailing. Yeah Yeah I think it's a pretty nice field You know may not be an contain any derby contenders like you said but you know. I certainly think they're handful in here. Who are going to make this an entertaining an interesting race. The one I could see four or five of them winning. It's one where he'd probably end up having a spread but there were of them that I was kind of interested in You know what a horse that. I'm pretty fond of the Montauk traffic. I like young horses. Who are able to overcome adversity. And that's exactly what. This horse did First Time that was just Don't know what happened. She dwelt early and he did. And that was the end of it from the rail in the slop at Laurel you toss that race and and I mean he did exactly what you want a prospect to stretching out prospect to do he was able to sit able to make a run and pass runners and he was impressive in both of his next two wins the maiden when Downstairs in the and the Wingfield win. Also at seven eighths Settled inside didn't have a problem kicked out and And was able to run away from his competition. So I I don't think a mile Distance will be much of a problem for him. I just don't know how much upside he really has. You know. He's a gritty horse and He's one that I wanNA use but the one who I'M GONNA put on top of the three wars stop or I love the way that he improved. First Time in Blaker is just second time on dirt last time here at the The Mile trip here and act when I turned in a big beyer speed figure went right to the front And just kept on going. I think he is one that I want to keep an eye on moving forward. I think he'll be a decent prospect stretching out to to turn on the on the dirt and I'm GONNA give shops go right from his maiden win to Earning grade three status here in the In the Gotha. Yeah. I'm definitely. He's my topic as well. I'm a big fan of wall stopper. I liked what I saw from him. First Time Out Less time out rather when he got the meeting win. First Time blinkers. I should say now. That was a big effort. Thought Mischievous Alex might have some distance limitations. But it's hard to argue. How good he's been in his last two starts. Since his trainer John Service added the blinkers to his repertoire. I don't think six does without a chance from an ever Keough. Sauna current one turn mile. Got The goose ca pedigree on the bottom. I don't know how far this was gonna WanNa go with the one turn. Mile shouldn't be a problem and Necker island Friday he won going a mile in the slop. At Churchill downs just stopped got out running swell last time. The miles should be more to his Liking as he's already won distance and we'll see him. I under neath. I think it's wide open. I think war stopper shows up. They're all running the second money. I'm a big fan of his An of all these sources. I think him He's probably the one most likely to move on the Derby Trail. Regardless of what happens tomorrow. He can get beat tomorrow and maybe still move forward. I'd like to see him win But if he got beat I'd still think he can be contender. Might be the only one more stop for both of us in the grade. Three three hundred thousand dollar.

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"march 6th" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

World Oil's Daily Brief

16:29 min | 2 years ago

"march 6th" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

"Pso's and let secure a stable energy future together. Mr Mr Fulsome. Thanks for joining us today. And Mr Mar aiming just released. Its new research. Report called the benchmark which Explores Arnie tax initiatives worldwide. Can you tell us a little bit about aiming? And what led to the development of this report? I'm any any of international company based initially France in working on the errand instant all of us will in Europe and North America. And we can. We decided to understand better ways difference between each country in of Aaron. The errands and we realized that everywhere under each world's ever since these kinds of instant these but now somewhere different In each country so some of them all as a better rate some of them have been a different definition on what is indeed what is innovation is different so we we says we got the kitchen to rest for a company of allowed civil subsidiaries during the ways instant deeming well they can invest whereas they can do any in genetic research development That was our first goal We can S- out our clients better. We can good understanding of what he's in. The world is a thing so any enemies now international company about one dozen two hundred people present in twelve countries. Now on the large growth in the nicest expansion Gooden descending a flood as Erin de because our all of our employees engineers people linked to Erin de Paulo also known as the Beagles Able to understand what he's Thanks so to give us a sense of the scale of the opportunity here. How much are these different tax? Incentives really worth. It can vary from country to country. That's part of what our barometer demonstrates but for example here in the United States There's very new aspects to to the incentives that weren't previously there Years back we were looking at companies. That were you know. At least ten million dollars in revenue. Now there's an opportunity for startup. Companies that don't even need revenue of because instead of the credit reducing their taxable income it can be transferred to reduce for example their payroll tax. So we see credits anywhere from a couple thousand dollars into multi million dollars if you're talking about enterprise companies. They're tens of millions of dollars in credits. But at the same time you could have a small startup. Who's developing either software or a new type of product that they're selling to For example in this discussion the the oilfield services companies They may have a new product. They're selling and and they qualify for as much as the two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per year on their payroll tax so it varies widely. And it's something that you need experts to take a look at and understand. Help you optimize what you're looking at in. The benchmark report two key aspects are explored of our detects programs around the world generosity and ease of application. Can you give us some insights into the key drivers behind those two factors for example the US? The percentages vary between six and twenty percent of what the government will provide. And that's just right out of the tax code but the definition is very broad and the for example you can include supplies for your prototypes or your first articles versus other countries. Their percentage is much higher as much as forty percent but their definition of what can be included. Might BE LESS. And that's just one example. Another example could be software. Development is much more incentivized then for example just a typical new product at a manufacturing safe for car. Car Supplies Right. That's the differences in what we looked at and I think the idea is that there's an innovation credit or research credit out there in many many countries but they are different and the act. You may want to look at what exactly you're looking to. Innovate or develop and choose or at least have that as one of the factors as to where you might shoes to develop that item So when you look at these oil and gas companies and what. They're doing in terms of their own. Our practices where would you say? The average oil and gas company is in terms of how they're leveraging these tax incentives. Do you feel like they're aligned properly between the corporate tax function and the engineering function to really understand the opportunities here or are those functions little two silos and there's an opportunity for them to communicate more clearly. What what would you say the we are in that I would say that there's opportunities for them to communicate more clearly. Mr Martin I have had some meetings just this week that we met with some oil and gas companies and for example Their Innovation Vice President wasn't sure if they were taking the research credit so certainly an opportunity for them to communicate internally Mr Marin is brought brought this aspect to them and asking. Are you receiving this? You might be able to increase your research budget if you're optimizing your your tax credit here in the US. So I definitely think there's an opportunity for better communication and I guess that gets even more complex when you look at a company that has as you said subsidiaries around the world. Do we do this or do we do it? In Country A or B the level of complexity. I suppose certainly. And it's not even companies that have subsidiaries around the world certainly enterprise type companies. Yes but we're working with a small startup. A software company out of Miami that has chosen to develop their software outside of this state because of the benefit they receive in in the. The selected country is more significant. But they're choosing to develop the hardware here in the states because it's better for them. He something also winning that he said somewhere discredit needs to be analyzed in inside bridget's in something that we you can you can analyze it from the vote for next year taking So you can manage it. Anew need to manage it for the future some things that can L. Innovation Aaron the unwilling bit. Use the CUSTOS If it's not something that the link from finance to innovation was with Yemen manager on everyday communication you will have only visible ball of the iceberg declaration. So easy will be good but not enough. We can optimize if you are looking at with a good communication between all Zizou People Observe Company. If you are managing pro so it sounds like the challenges to fold for these companies. They need to make sure that they are communicating across the organizations the understand the potential of these incentives and they also need to make sure they're having the conversation early enough in the process so that they can get ahead of the game and make sure that they're completely incorporating that all the way through and not just coming in at the end and saying oh by the way can we write some of this off absolutely The idea behind this incentive Came back in the early eighties when the US was coming out of the late seventies recession and we were looking for something to incentivize the economy but also build new jobs so the idea is that companies should be able to plan and Higher Technological Jobs. Engineer software developers. You know food technicians whatever. The case may be that are developing their new products. They develop a new product which they then sell which spurs the economy. They make money. They pay more taxes but they also increase the revenue they hire more people to develop more practic- it's a cycle that the government is looking to incentivize primarily one for technical jobs that are better paying and and to to provide an avenue for new products to come to market it. Spur the economy overall. So it's good for everyone do these. Incentives tend to vary pretty widely depending on which country you're looking at or are they just kind of variations on a theme to where they're all pretty similar. How much variation is there in these incentives? The incentive is generally a it's about innovation. It's about developing new products. New Processes new new formless new techniques right to develop something that the company can sell. That's the general idea behind the incident. Okay then there's varying degrees of what particular countries are willing to incentive is so is it broad I wouldn't say that it's extremely broad but it is different and there's definitely ways that you can plan ahead and maximized or at least use it in the decision making as to where you're going to invest in Europe you have if nation Evan the after the definition of innovation so in Europe to kind of relative to incentives one is innovation one. He's on seventy. You have a rate much. I N in Iran. Da After dependence logic company. A small company is really deepened until you have innovation that is really low rate so the Asian. Us But he's lot A. B. He's your Erin de in Europe. So it's really taken Second that he's really different. Depending each country is is a credit is refundable on that. This is a bump that Kennedy Depression so if you're making less he's saying that he's some countries are refunding in Carinthia Office. Refunding the off the next three years all you can just carry for twenty six years. If you on that using credit sites really different depending which country we are speaking about so there really is a lot of nuance to this. Absolutely and and one of the major misunderstandings of the of of the entire aspect is while it's research credit. It's actually innovation credit. You for what qualifies many people paying research and they think white lab coats. And you're you're working on developing a cure for a disease or something to that effect your new developing something new to the world revolutionary new item when actually in the United States. It should really be an evolutionary aspect of your evolving. Your your caught or your process. You're at making a better quality to think of the software that's pushed you're found the software that's pushed to your cell found. It's not new to the world but his does add functionality to the found so it's just a incremental increase an evolution. Yeah that's interesting. There was something in the report that I read where it described the different categories that fall into the are indeed umbrella and one that caught. My eye was updating processes for delivery to customers so there really is a customer facing aspect to what could fall under. This aren't category. She goes back to that nuance statement. There's just so much to this that you know oportunities can can be missed if you aren't really looking at it holistically absolutely. I mean and the reason for that is the policy. We went to encourage companies to halt some product or process out. That's being used by all we don't want to encourage companies to develop something. That's that's the day. Just hide for themselves and we want to. We want them to show this invention to the world so that their competitors attempt to develop something better. That's that's what's spawns additional economic growth. Right where does the impetus really lie in organization is it with the people in the Corporate Tax Department? Is it in the Engineering Department? Where does this conversation really need to begin? It needs to be again in the Corporate Tax Department but it needs to involve the the innovation department if you will as well as others who may not necessarily be in the Innovation Department but in fact they are improving the products or processes software etc that their companies are creating. Because that's where many times the opportunities are missed so if there's better communication and better understanding of what qualifies and what actually is going on in a company you know what what people do on a day-to-day basis. Then these companies would be able to take more advantage of these benefits. That are there for them. And you know they're doing the activities. They're just not identifying them and putting a value on them that can be transferred to their tax return to reduce their taxes so the opportunity is great enough and the execution is complex. Enough that there's probably needs to be driven from the down you know. Have someone up at that level saying we need to be doing this. What can our listeners due to learn more about the aiming report and how they can better integrate? Rnd tax incentives into their planning. You can check out First of all our website. It's aiming with a Y. A. Y. M. I. N. G. USA DOT COM dare. You can.

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"march 6th" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

World Oil's Daily Brief

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"march 6th" Discussed on World Oil's Daily Brief

"Welcome to the daily brief the world. Oil podcast network daily review of market news emerging trends new technologies and the people who are advancing the oil and gas industry. Here's Cameron Wallace with your top news. Stories of the day. Good afternoon and welcome to the world. Oil Daily Brief podcast research and development is the lifeblood of the energy industries digital transformation and carbon ization initiatives from super majors to service companies significant engineering and financial resources are being dedicated to the development of new technologies tax. Incentives are in place around the world to help incentivize these types of rnd developments and the opportunities. They present are not all the same joining us on the daily briefs. Today from business performance consulting firm aiming our president and Thomas FOLSOM Managing Director USA to share their insights into the opportunities. These tax incentives can provide. Today's episode of the daily brief is brought to you in part by Siemens with a global population expected to rise. Nearly thirty percent by twenty fifty. The world is evolving rapidly and so are the challenges harmful emissions chief among them therefore the solutions must evolve rapidly if we are to meet society's ever-growing demand for clean energy Siemens partners with oil and gas customers to navigate the normal delivering what matters most safety efficiency reliability sustainability and ultimately peace of mind. Today's upstream operators face unique challenges including remote locations space constraints and the high costs associated with non-productive time seems has an extensive track record of helping operators improve performance and mitigate risk in offshore environments visit. Siemens DOT COM slash oil and gas to learn more about Siemens Engineering Services and technologies for platforms in vessels including F..

Libra - Friday, March 6th, 2020

Libra Today

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Libra - Friday, March 6th, 2020

"Let's begin your day. The moon moves through. Leo You're eleven th House of friendship and social engagements however the outgoing Leo Moon Squares both Venus enduranace inver house of private affairs. This conflicted mood is only made more confusing by Uranus the great awakening loudly rebelling. In your eighth house it could be time to rethink your commitments. And how much you give to your significant other now. Take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Venus joins Urine Torres leading you to think about marriage financial ties and contractual agreements. Pay attention to unions. That may be ready for next chapter. Hopefully it feels good to take these steps committing your time energy and love to another person. Contemplate your path to personal growth of planets and both capricorn and Torres opened up the potential for more stability and structure in your private life. If you've been flirting with the idea of building a family accepting proposal buying a house for starting a business now could be the time to make your plans official

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Friday, March 6th, 2020

Cancer Today

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Friday, March 6th, 2020

"Let's begin your day. The moon moves through. Leo You're Fiscal Second House of Material Comfort However the Leo Moon squares both Venus and Uranus. And Your Eleventh House of Friendship. Pushing you to cut loose urine us the great awakening rebels in this House. Helping you embrace a new outlook. Perhaps you want to join a co working space but are mindful of the cost. You've been looking forward to a night out but of other priorities to tend to try to balance material concerns with the need to have fun now. Take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Networking comes easily for you today with Change Maker. Urine US in your sign. You may be surprised at the very new friends. You make enjoy these new acquaintances. You never know how they may affect your life down the road. Contemplate your path to personal growth. Heavy Earth Signature in the skies could redefine your relationships. This grounded energy. Provide you the chance to see potential between you and other people in a new and exciting way. Follow this thread. Crab see what unravels

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