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"mike bump" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike bump" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"mike bump" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on The Viall Files

"I L. L. at checkout I have to say I love your guises relationship. It's fun to see like a brother. Sister dynamic re Kinda give each other a hard time. We always do Marie. A an eye of we were similar in a lot of ways. We have a lot of differences and we get an inch listeners. But you're also able to like see and call yourself out because you can see the other person right I I I see what you're doing. We have a large family. So there's you know there's different relationships. Maria Maria with with each each other are probably the sibling that we're probably most likely to listen to sometimes you have a sibling is just like okay right ever and sometimes times with each other. It's kind of like fine. Yeah you guys were. I'm like a year and a half apart. Oh Wow so. We were just one grade apart so we experienced life similar. Yes yeah yeah so anyways back to eating in wellness I know Maria. So you've worked with a lot of your clients about this in terms of setting realistic goals especially comes to their diets. But you have this challenge with your clients about whether it's goal setting for New Year or they've changed some of their eating habits for the best and then they get into a relationship unshipped only to see that maybe suffer. What are the some of the challenge are things that you would recommend Some of our listeners to to help maintain or not really sacrifice healthy living for the sake of love. Well Yeah I think it's You Know Two thousand twenty or New Year. Whatever you yeah yeah exactly we? We kind of set this high expectation for ourselves to like we kind of set these like you know I'm going to lose X.. Amount of pounds. I'm going to be one hundred percent plant based ACE. I'm GonNa do we kind of set these big things and then we get over. We kinda sometimes can be so set on achieving a goal that we kind of lose sight of the wire doing it like you know. Why do you want to be healthy? Why do you want to you know establish a the better diet and then we get into the dating world or for already in a relationship? Mike and Mike bump heads of somebody is like I'm fine with way e Mike that's cool you can stop eating meat. But I'm for sure not and like that can kind of sometimes bump heads so you know. I think it's one of those things of establishing pushing like your. I always tell people you have to sabotage. You're Y like is it just weight loss. Do you WanNa feel better. Is This A. Is there a moral dilemma. You know 'cause we make these diet changes for different reasons and moral dilemmas are a little bit harder for sure like if all of a sudden new had come to Jesus moment and you're like I'm not touching animal products addicts anymore. You're gonNA have a really hard time dating somebody who like eats meters Paleo or like kind of the opposite. Do you find people when they have that the moral dilemma at that system. They accept that morally for them. They're not going to do it but like they accept that other people haven't had that gee this or do you find that there is like I've decided like almost a religion. Yes I've found this to be the case. I need you if you WANNA be with me to share these same values. Well I I. I'm definitely not not a huge fan of Diet Dogmas. We've I've talked to you about this before where it's like regardless if it's moral or if it's like you know I see this a lot in my profession when you know so much about certain foods you can sometimes get a little bit on your soapbox about like you shouldn't be eating. Doritos you know but at some point we kind of get this dog mouth like I making these choices so that makes me a better person when we think our diet makes us a better person than we usually tend to have a harder time accepting that somebody may not eat the same way as us. But but if you're like I'm making these choices and you may not be on the same page. That's cool as long as you respect the fact that I'm making this choice. I'm going to respect the fact act that you're making your own choice and we can still exist in this relationship and maybe when we go out to eat or were sharing a meal we just make sure. There's kind of something for both of us at the table. So there's a there's there needs to be a compromise but there's some people were. That's not the case where it's like I. I made this choice and you aren't choosing the same and therefore I'm either going to hold it against you every time that we're eating separately or I'm GonNa to make my choice of changing diet like our problem like like. Oh I wish I could have that subway. I wish I could have that but I can't because somebody told me me I shouldn't. Yeah you're not owning the fact that your decision to make a change like coming from your own choice like your partner to make your choices easier on your side. I hear it all the time like Oh this would be so much easier but you know my husband at night. Like Helix is ice cream so that I have the ice cream. It's like he can have all the ice cream you once and if you want to have the ice cream so can you but if you make a choice like a Kinda WanNa cut back on my sugar and dairy the ice cream I mean. I'm assuming you've experienced people. People were like literally creates relationship problems when it comes to like yeah diet choices you may. Maybe there's an underlying issue of like you never support me not even because there's kind of been taught this like Wolf. It's not in the house. I won't eat it right. So it's like your partner's bringing it in the House and and you have that idea that it's like everyone else's is everyone else's responsibility for you to adhere to whatever diet or lifestyle change that you're making. AH YOU'RE GONNA fail so what I work with my clients is really establishing like well. Why are we even suggesting this? Like I'm a big proponent of if I recommend anything to you I'm explaining willing to you exactly why like why you should do this because this is how it's affecting the way you're currently feeling then when you make that choice nice to do that. You have a much more confident and self-assured reason of like I'm making this choice. Because I I know why making this choice. Not just because Maria told me like no one's going to continue doing something just because someone told you to like you're going to be like She said not to do this but like really want it so just not gonNA listen to her right like we're we're okay. Hey with like breaking the rules of what someone told us not to do. But if if you're true reason is to feel better and you're maybe have some existing health health issues going on and having those chocolate chip cookies like legitimately sets you back because of X Y and Z. You'RE GONNA not care if your husband has them your or your partner or whoever you're dating have you ever had clients who changed their eating habits. Who are single really kind of just improved their overall for our wellness than they meet? Someone are excited honeymoon stage and all of a sudden slow decreased from like other things that they were doing. Well it's funny because part of me kind of wants to see that not like a slow decrease but I WANNA see flexibility. Yeah because I think like if if you're somebody who's single single and you make all these changes and you're feeling really great. You're like in the way you love. You feel good in your clothes. You have all this confidence you're attracting people and then if you go into that relationship and feel like you have to kind of white knuckle. What worked for you? You'RE NOT GONNA be fun like if you're like oh but I don't but I don't drink and I don't do this and go for pizza but I don't do gluten and all of a sudden it's like okay cool. You're you're kind of a fun sponge who do but at the same time you still have to establish those boundaries. So I think it's important for us to have some flexibility like yeah I tend to not go out under Tuesday tonight for some drinks but this guy that I like is asking me at bar. Yeah so it's like okay. Go Out Tuesday night and then maybe like hold back on the drinks Thursday Thursday Friday. So it's like this negotiation boundary that you have to sell set for yourself so that you can be flexible in meeting somebody but yeah I've had people we're like a couple of months later. They're like so pretty much everything that helped me become more attractive and more dateable is like out the window and I feel like back to square one and they have this come to Jesus moment that I like where it's like. Oh crap like not doing any just listened to you. Talk I if I were to play devil's advocate because sometimes these diet changes for people can be challenging to do and it takes a lot to have this commitment and the only way they're able to to do it you you know it's kind of hard core An have that balance. So what are some tips and tricks recommendations for someone who's just like if I don't if I cheat if I go unto his on Tuesday I know it's a slippery slope into just giving this all up. Yes so I'm a big Fan of the thought of picking your poisons right so it's like if you pick your poisons poisons don't pick you right so it's like okay okay. I know that I don't do well if I drink three nights out of the week. Right and it's like okay. Cool who'll pick the nights you're going to drink or pick when that's going to happen or be flexible of one. That could be so that if somebody brings up. Hey let's go you go up Tuesday Trivia night and then it's all of a sudden it's like well. This was so much fun. Let's go to like listen to some jazz music. Nine like okay and then let's go to happy hour Thursday you you can at least be like you know what I had my two nights and like not just say you can't go out a third night but I think it's important for us to have that flexibility and and now what's going to set you back maybe if you go out you like give yourself a two drink minimum. Because you're you know you're in again. Let's for those elderly people who No one's saying to go out. You have to have a few drinks to if you like you. Ideally would like to have a drink or to do it but drink two drinks his different than six so similar with food. You too right. So it's like okay. He asked me to go to pizza. And it's like you know I'm really trying to cut back on home. Heating our the CARBS or dairy. Very maybe a food group or or I know. I don't feel well when I eat that so. I think that that's really important so I had a teacher at a professor who was great and And he was like. I know I don't do well with dairy. I what kills me but I love pizza and so here's the truth for the whole month. I stay away from pizza and one or two times. I know because I want it. I'm GONNA have pizza. I'm going to feel like total ass tomorrow and I'm totally cool with it. He's like so I've he picks his boys and he's like like that's my pizzas my poison. I'm still going to have it and I'm okay with the way it's going to turn out no so I think that's the endre sleek so. You're not having pizza every night of the week just because you like it right so it's kind of like. What are the things that you know if if you weren't going to do like you kind of probably feel miserable all and then pick a couple of times that you do that and set that boundary? I think whether you're making healthy diet for yourself or your inner relationship like setting boundaries agrees with what you know you want makes everything so much less emotion. It's interesting that way too because I feel like a lot of people and I can speak for myself. It's like it's all or nothing like I'm either going to stay for minimum. Just do it right but interesting enough to talk about your professor advice you give. It's like giving yourself permission to cheat. People people who cheat days no one's invent but like really holding to that right because then it's like it's you know I had sheet day. That's my cheat day or am I going to go out this. Yes but like for me I would just like well. I'm GonNa stay away from Soda and then if I have sought other than the next day it's like why does bny yesterday. Fuck it. I'll just having well. That's why I actually don't like the the term cheat days. I hate cheat days because I think that like gives us this like. Let's say for six days of the week..

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"mike bump" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on The Viall Files

"I L. L. at checkout I have to say I love your guises relationship. It's fun to see like a brother. Sister dynamic re Kinda give each other a hard time. We always do Marie. A an eye of we were similar in a lot of ways. We have a lot of differences and we get an inch listeners. But you're also able to like see and call yourself out because you can see the other person right I I I see what you're doing. We have a large family. So there's you know there's different relationships. Maria Maria with with each each other are probably the sibling that we're probably most likely to listen to sometimes you have a sibling is just like okay right ever and sometimes times with each other. It's kind of like fine. Yeah you guys were. I'm like a year and a half apart. Oh Wow so. We were just one grade apart so we experienced life similar. Yes yeah yeah so anyways back to eating in wellness I know Maria. So you've worked with a lot of your clients about this in terms of setting realistic goals especially comes to their diets. But you have this challenge with your clients about whether it's goal setting for New Year or they've changed some of their eating habits for the best and then they get into a relationship unshipped only to see that maybe suffer. What are the some of the challenge are things that you would recommend Some of our listeners to to help maintain or not really sacrifice healthy living for the sake of love. Well Yeah I think it's You Know Two thousand twenty or New Year. Whatever you yeah yeah exactly we? We kind of set this high expectation for ourselves to like we kind of set these like you know I'm going to lose X.. Amount of pounds. I'm going to be one hundred percent plant based ACE. I'm GonNa do we kind of set these big things and then we get over. We kinda sometimes can be so set on achieving a goal that we kind of lose sight of the wire doing it like you know. Why do you want to be healthy? Why do you want to you know establish a the better diet and then we get into the dating world or for already in a relationship? Mike and Mike bump heads of somebody is like I'm fine with way e Mike that's cool you can stop eating meat. But I'm for sure not and like that can kind of sometimes bump heads so you know. I think it's one of those things of establishing pushing like your. I always tell people you have to sabotage. You're Y like is it just weight loss. Do you WanNa feel better. Is This A. Is there a moral dilemma. You know 'cause we make these diet changes for different reasons and moral dilemmas are a little bit harder for sure like if all of a sudden new had come to Jesus moment and you're like I'm not touching animal products addicts anymore. You're gonNA have a really hard time dating somebody who like eats meters Paleo or like kind of the opposite. Do you find people when they have that the moral dilemma at that system. They accept that morally for them. They're not going to do it but like they accept that other people haven't had that gee this or do you find that there is like I've decided like almost a religion. Yes I've found this to be the case. I need you if you WANNA be with me to share these same values. Well I I. I'm definitely not not a huge fan of Diet Dogmas. We've I've talked to you about this before where it's like regardless if it's moral or if it's like you know I see this a lot in my profession when you know so much about certain foods you can sometimes get a little bit on your soapbox about like you shouldn't be eating. Doritos you know but at some point we kind of get this dog mouth like I making these choices so that makes me a better person when we think our diet makes us a better person than we usually tend to have a harder time accepting that somebody may not eat the same way as us. But but if you're like I'm making these choices and you may not be on the same page. That's cool as long as you respect the fact that I'm making this choice. I'm going to respect the fact act that you're making your own choice and we can still exist in this relationship and maybe when we go out to eat or were sharing a meal we just make sure. There's kind of something for both of us at the table. So there's a there's there needs to be a compromise but there's some people were. That's not the case where it's like I. I made this choice and you aren't choosing the same and therefore I'm either going to hold it against you every time that we're eating separately or I'm GonNa to make my choice of changing diet like our problem like like. Oh I wish I could have that subway. I wish I could have that but I can't because somebody told me me I shouldn't. Yeah you're not owning the fact that your decision to make a change like coming from your own choice like your partner to make your choices easier on your side. I hear it all the time like Oh this would be so much easier but you know my husband at night. Like Helix is ice cream so that I have the ice cream. It's like he can have all the ice cream you once and if you want to have the ice cream so can you but if you make a choice like a Kinda WanNa cut back on my sugar and dairy the ice cream I mean. I'm assuming you've experienced people. People were like literally creates relationship problems when it comes to like yeah diet choices you may. Maybe there's an underlying issue of like you never support me not even because there's kind of been taught this like Wolf. It's not in the house. I won't eat it right. So it's like your partner's bringing it in the House and and you have that idea that it's like everyone else's is everyone else's responsibility for you to adhere to whatever diet or lifestyle change that you're making. AH YOU'RE GONNA fail so what I work with my clients is really establishing like well. Why are we even suggesting this? Like I'm a big proponent of if I recommend anything to you I'm explaining willing to you exactly why like why you should do this because this is how it's affecting the way you're currently feeling then when you make that choice nice to do that. You have a much more confident and self-assured reason of like I'm making this choice. Because I I know why making this choice. Not just because Maria told me like no one's going to continue doing something just because someone told you to like you're going to be like She said not to do this but like really want it so just not gonNA listen to her right like we're we're okay. Hey with like breaking the rules of what someone told us not to do. But if if you're true reason is to feel better and you're maybe have some existing health health issues going on and having those chocolate chip cookies like legitimately sets you back because of X Y and Z. You'RE GONNA not care if your husband has them your or your partner or whoever you're dating have you ever had clients who changed their eating habits. Who are single really kind of just improved their overall for our wellness than they meet? Someone are excited honeymoon stage and all of a sudden slow decreased from like other things that they were doing. Well it's funny because part of me kind of wants to see that not like a slow decrease but I WANNA see flexibility. Yeah because I think like if if you're somebody who's single single and you make all these changes and you're feeling really great. You're like in the way you love. You feel good in your clothes. You have all this confidence you're attracting people and then if you go into that relationship and feel like you have to kind of white knuckle. What worked for you? You'RE NOT GONNA be fun like if you're like oh but I don't but I don't drink and I don't do this and go for pizza but I don't do gluten and all of a sudden it's like okay cool. You're you're kind of a fun sponge who do but at the same time you still have to establish those boundaries. So I think it's important for us to have some flexibility like yeah I tend to not go out under Tuesday tonight for some drinks but this guy that I like is asking me at bar. Yeah so it's like okay. Go Out Tuesday night and then maybe like hold back on the drinks Thursday Thursday Friday. So it's like this negotiation boundary that you have to sell set for yourself so that you can be flexible in meeting somebody but yeah I've had people we're like a couple of months later. They're like so pretty much everything that helped me become more attractive and more dateable is like out the window and I feel like back to square one and they have this come to Jesus moment that I like where it's like. Oh crap like not doing any just listened to you. Talk I if I were to play devil's advocate because sometimes these diet changes for people can be challenging to do and it takes a lot to have this commitment and the only way they're able to to do it you you know it's kind of hard core An have that balance. So what are some tips and tricks recommendations for someone who's just like if I don't if I cheat if I go unto his on Tuesday I know it's a slippery slope into just giving this all up. Yes so I'm a big Fan of the thought of picking your poisons right so it's like if you pick your poisons poisons don't pick you right so it's like okay okay. I know that I don't do well if I drink three nights out of the week. Right and it's like okay. Cool who'll pick the nights you're going to drink or pick when that's going to happen or be flexible of one. That could be so that if somebody brings up. Hey let's go you go up Tuesday Trivia night and then it's all of a sudden it's like well. This was so much fun. Let's go to like listen to some jazz music. Nine like okay and then let's go to happy hour Thursday you you can at least be like you know what I had my two nights and like not just say you can't go out a third night but I think it's important for us to have that flexibility and and now what's going to set you back maybe if you go out you like give yourself a two drink minimum. Because you're you know you're in again. Let's for those elderly people who No one's saying to go out. You have to have a few drinks to if you like you. Ideally would like to have a drink or to do it but drink two drinks his different than six so similar with food. You too right. So it's like okay. He asked me to go to pizza..

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"mike bump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Rishaad Salamat, and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in New York, at the top of the hour, cash markets will open function in Tokyo Sydney, and Seoul in Hong Kong protesters are now calling for crowds to come out again on Sunday. We'll be taking a closer look at that story in a moment, and where long term interest rates are concerned. We've got a ten year yield now at two zero nine percent as we get set for the Tokyo session when treasuries will continue to trade or trade once again, closer look at markets in a moment when Bryan Curtis joins us right now, this hour's top business stories, ride just seeing Kudo features Muslim letter at the moment. This is up to the gained about two percent in the US session. The Trump administration is blaming Iran. For attacks on to oil tank is near the entrance to the Persian Gulf sectors state. Mike bump as says the United States will defend its interests and work with allies to do so the next Tina Davis says a lot of factors in play right now. I think will be interesting going forward. This is more of a political issue than anything else right now is to watch in terms of what the US military does building up in the region to watch in what tankers are requesting by way of any kind of guidance or protection going through that region. And, and also just to look generally to see how comfortable people are moving around through that area. We've got of course, more on these rising tensions coming up in a couple of minutes. We heard from broadcom after the closing bell here in the state. So the stock right now down about eight percent in the late US session, broadcom, cutting its full year sales outlook, and CEO, hawk, ten telling investors, basically, you can blame the US, China trade war. Through semiconductors. China trade conflict, including, including the export ban is creating economic and political uncertainty and reducing visibility fall global OEM customs broadcom happens to be one of the world's largest manufacturers of computer chips. Activists invested any Li biz third point is putting his money on Sony with a one and a half billion dollar investment. Third point calls the company, one of the most undivided lodge got business in the world today. The results calling on Sunni to spin off its image sense of business restaurant chains red, Robin white castle reporting shortages of meat free patties. That's as the producer of them company known is impossible foods, ramps up a nationwide expansion with Burger King now, e burgers from impossible foods are supposed to be inside Burger King's nationwide by the end of the year and burger kings, in Saint Louis Miami, even in Alabama, and Georgia all reporting they have the patties and stock right now. Okay. We're gonna rate cold from the billionaire money manager. Jeffrey, good luck to see Dublin capital, says he doesn't think the Federal Reserve will be cutting interest rates this month. He does also say the a July cut is a pretty good possibility and cut by September is basically a lock and the equity market here in the states. The SNP now at a lock five week, high rate cut chatter playing a bit of a roll here. Let's get more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett on advance for US stocks. Halting a two day slide. Treasuries rose, as investors assessed the likelihood for interest rate cuts, chant Morgan Lander is senior portfolio manager at Washington crossing advisors or in the later stages of an economic cycle, and you get a Federal Reserve.

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"mike bump" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on Mixergy

"In in the US all the time. Yeah. So I realized that our second I need smart money and people that can help me for Casin this talent in a good business on that why we are very proud about our ATS capital investor. There are people very smart. And and they help us daily basis. Rodriguez lobby gonna waste our sale. The new CEO. Yes, let me see his background here. He was before this working at direct TV chilly. And then he was a Proctor and gamble before that. All right. This is the mistake that you wish you would have not made your previous company bringing a good CEO who can run things. All right. Let me close out with this. What's one thing that I just like I was blown away by the insurance thing. What's one thing? That is an entrepreneur from the US would be shocked by. Entrepreneurship here in Chile. What's different here? I'll tell you one thing Nathan from magma partners. Here's a wanted to introduce this to you. He's one of your investors. Yeah. Oh, he has. Okay. So he said I helped accompany raise money and took them forever to open up a Bank account just to put the money into it. You think that it's easy because every kid frankly in the US could go. Nope. It up and Ben count. It's harder here. What else? What else am I missing as I as I understand this country? I think that in Latin America people are because the market is so little interior. We need to to make more complex things when I got I get invited in car insurance. Evans evens. I go to assign a speaker on a lot of times they tell they ask me Maria. What you are doing a Macy's is very complete. How you do that? And my answer is in the US you maker. One thing and you have huge market in Tila leader. So you need to do a lot of things very complex. So I think that this one thing that interior and in the America, people are more. How can I say they put more complexity in in some way? I don't know how to say. But I really don't feel that I have very earth right now. Our companies are Jaekle LLC in US. Yes. In delaware. For me release. I have the business plan for the US. And I feel that we will bury success and. And I don't see I am not afraid of the market. I feel that because the US people are very how can say. Patron? Yes. Yeah. All people in Miami's the same people in. So what do you plan to their cars? And they're similar you're saying, I'm for example, for me amazing US because you are more developed in Connecticut. So right now last week, I process one million cars of Connecticut from the US in my Around hand. hundred thousand through which insurance company. It's not firm insurance company. OEM I cannot say the name. So there's a car company that's buying your product putting it in their car. If I am I am testing that out of that million cars, I am they're giving you access to millions of their cars who paid to put the device in their cars without device. No a day paid for your they paid you for the device remembered that in future all the cars will not will not be necessary to have old don't even without the device. You're saying look you're saying they already have the device in the car. It's part of the car. Yes, net flicks before smart TV and post smart, you gotta gotta in my business that all these cars already have the device in their Eugene for the moment to learn future. All that all that cars, I actually can hear that you're getting more excited 'cause I could hear the Mike bump, it's okay. Wow. Congratulations. Now, I see why that big smile on your face. And so your visions if then I e that that best thing is that we process that in our phone, and we have one hundred fifty thousand method per second. That is huge amazing processing, and we are putting children in angry someone to open. We're happy for anyone wants to go. Check you out. It's joy car dot com. Right

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"mike bump" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Kotov with President Putin probably over an hour, and we talked about many things. Venezuela was one of the topics and he is not looking at all to get involved in Venezuela other than he'd like to see something positive happened for Venezuela. I thought it was very positive conversation. I had with President Putin on Venezuela. Those are some terrible comments. I hope he didn't actually say that Putin is by the way Martinez here, and he's smart not only to beat you. But in life. That is not a common xpected to hear the president to say about Russia in Venezuela. We'll just flat untrue. So in January MIR Putin sent about four hundred troops from something called the Wagner group, which is a private security firm that he uses use them in Syria. We actually killed a bunch of guys in Syria when they were getting too close to the base these them in Ukraine a little little green men. Little green men are involved in Caracas right now, and they're providing a personal security from d'oro, and then just a few months ago a few weeks ago, rather he started sending in top intelligence and military guys to advise the government. So Putin is making a play in Venezuela. Like the one he made in Syria full commitment to go into our backyard. And you know, it's one thing in Syria. This is our backyard is gonna movement of the Mont if ever forgot about the Monroe doctrine, see, no, we don't allow foreign governments to come in and mess around in our backyard, and we go back to that. And I know Bolton's on the same page as at as his Pompeo. Here's what he said don't pay attention to those comments listen to this cut thirty three. So when he says, the president says Putin is not looking to get involved at all in Venezuela. That is not the president accepting him at face value. You'll have to leave you'll have to look at those. That's not the case. The president has tweeted that he wants the Russians out of Venezuela. Set up for you. I hope so I hope that I heard what the president said with his own with his own words. Hopefully, he's just buttering up Putin and trying to like the way he butters up Kim Jong UN. But I hope he doesn't believe what what he's saying because they are making a major play. And we need we need we cannot allow that to happen because Trump is put America's prestige behind Guido. If if it doesn't succeed in Madeira stays, that's a huge blow to American prestige in not just there. But you know, we all know, look what happened when Barack Obama drew a red line in Syria, and then didn't enforce it had implications in Ukraine had implications in Asia and Korea and the train that army train Venezuelans to go fight and get their country back. So what we're doing wrong in the president's doing, right? Is he standing with quavo and he's put on sanctions, and he's he's isolated the regime. He's done. A lot of good things. What we're doing wrong is. We're trying to flip these Narco generals and these corrupt officials in the Venezuelan regime to come over and support Guido. They're never gonna flip because there's too. Too much money at stake. And they just played a rope a dope on Guido last week. They told me we're gonna flip. And then they didn't flip. They're using it as an effort to try and sniff out. Who is who is what we have to do is what we need to do is what we did with the countries in one thousand nine hundred under Ronald Reagan, which has helped Guido find some Jeff colonels, some low some retired generals troops who are who are who loyalty Venezuelan democracy. Give them arms. Give them training and help him overthrow the Madero regime with Venezuelans, we don't need to liberate Venezuela. We need to help Venezuelans liberate themselves right now the guns have been taken away in two thousand eleven by the government. So they can't even defend themselves. They have peaceful protests that really great when you have two bins and Russians right around the country with the guns and tanks twenty five thousand Cuban troops who are being directed by the Russian military in the Russian intelligence services. Do you think Bolton will get that done? I hope so I hope I hope that the president is listening to Bolton then to Elliot Abrams and to Mike bump, it would about more Thiessen. I hope he's listening to grind kill me. An RTC.

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"mike bump" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We'll have live coverage of those hearings as well on C span radio. Washington today continues the Trump administration today opened the door for lawsuits against foreign firms operating on properties Cuba's seized from Americans after the nineteen fifty nine. Revolution. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said the administration was acting because it recognize the reality that the bar on lawsuits, which has been in place since one thousand nine hundred six had not achieved the goal of pressing Cuba to enact democratic reforms or raining in what he called its export of oppression throughout the western hemisphere. Particularly in Venezuela secretary Pompeo made the announcement at the State Department. In nineteen Ninety-six congress passed the Cuban Liberty and democratic solitary act also known as Libertad. Under title three that acting United States citizens who had their property confiscated by the Castro regime were given the right to file suit against those who traffic in such properties. But those citizens opportunities for Justice have been put out of reach for more than two decades. Now more than twenty two years every president every secretary state is suspended title three in the help that doing so with more pressure on the Cuban regime to transition to democracy. But just as we did in regard to moving our embassy to Jerusalem, the capital of Israel or designating the Islamic revolutionary guard corps for what it is a terrorist organization. The Trump administration recognizes reality we see clearly that the regime's repression of its own people, and it's unrepentant expert patient of tyranny in the region has only gotten worse because dictators perceive appeasement as weakness not strength. President Obama's administration game of footsie with the Castros wounded did not deter the regime from continuing to harass and oppress the hero ick ladies in white a group of women dedicated to peacefully protesting the regime's human rights abuses. More broadly, the regime continues to deprive its own people of the fundamental freedoms of speech press assembly and association. Indeed. According to NGO reports Cuban made more than twenty eight hundred arbitrary arrests in two thousand eighteen alone. In the run-up, the country's recent sham constitutional referendum one that enshrined. The communist party, the only legal political party in Cuba. The regime harassed beat and detained leaders in active and opposition leaders and activists three hundred and ten people were arbitrarily detained according to the Cuban Commission on human rights and national reconciliation. Cuba's behavior in the western hemisphere. Undermines the security stability of countries throughout the region, which directly threatens United States national security interests secretary of state, Mike bump AO at the State Department today, the secretary said he won't renew a bar on litigation that's been in place for two decades. Meaning that lawsuits can be filed starting may second when the current suspension expires that decision could affect dozens of Canadian and European companies to the tune of tens of billions of dollars in compensation and interests here, Kim, Brier, the State Department's western hemisphere affairs bureau assistant, director response to a reporter's question about that. Even before, you know, it's been just now Kadian the Europeans. And. Have come out against this vowed to protect their their companies European Canadian companies that could be sued under with this position. And I'm just wondering how much of a concern that is for the administration, and whether there will be any exemptions at all as you know, it's not just Europe and Canada that have companies there, there's some significant Isreaeli investment in Cuba. So I'm just wondering. How how you're going to respond to their unhappiness to put it? Thank you. Thanks to the question. Morning everybody. I think the first thing to highlight is obviously we've been in very deep in close contact with allies in Europe and Canada around the world as we consulted on this decision over the past several months as secretary had been shortening the period of suspension with his previous decisions. I think it's clear if you look into macro sense, we have drawn agreement with our allies in Europe and and Canada and around the world on the policy objective, which is to promote democracy in Cuba, and to free the Cuban people from the tyranny that they live under we are in broad agreement on this where we sometimes disagree is the best way to achieve that. And I think at the end of the day, you'll need to speak to the European Union and into our allies to what response they will have. But I would like to emphasize that come to here seeing companies that are operating in Cuba. We'll have nothing to worry about if they are not operating on property that was stolen from Americans posts revolution. So I think the vast number of of European companies will not have any concerns. Operating. Let's say departments Kim Brier from earlier today. You're listening to Washington today on C span radio. House speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed the Irish Doyle or parliament today. Recalling the visit of president John Kennedy who told the Doyle that while Ireland and the United States were divided by distance. They were United in history. And she spoke about the continuing good relationship between the two nations for generation, legislatures and leaders have had the opportunity to celebrate our friendship and the friends of the friends of Ireland lunch in that we have around the time of Saint Patrick's. It was started by tip O'Neill speaker tip O'Neill and president Ronald Reagan the first year the second year that shock became part of that celebration, and that has been the way that way ever since when I offered that t- shock after that. After that luncheon, I offered the teashop a tour. My speaking of the house of the cap. Of the United States the tea shack who wants to the congressional intern in DC is part of the Washington Ireland program for service and leadership said meant speaker I used to give that tour. So we have many connections personal official of professionally and then and today, I'm honored to return. The one message of friendship that he brought on behalf of the Irish people. It's also a message of appreciation in recognition of the role that the Irish played a leadership role the Irish played to build and to strengthen America, the Irish were soldiers in America's first in the war for independence, so strong with a of such bravery that British officer lamented we have lost America through the Irish. The American isn't in America in the nineteenth century Irish workers built canals ports railroads. I wish bricklayers built hospitals and schools. I think many of them when they left Ireland heard the rumor that in America, the streets were paved in gold little did they know they would be paving those streets when they got to America. The Irish served in Lincoln's army to preserve the union and to save our nation. I mentioned the flag of the fighting sixty ninth Irish Irish brigade that president Kennedy brought when he came and the sisters have mercy came from Dublin to heal our sick and to teach generations of American children, and they still do both our nations. No, the joy of independence north that country's endured the traumatic experience of civil war and the satisfaction of building our nations, and is he's neutral experiences that our nation's affirm for each other and to the world our democratic values and commitment to freedom. You heard speaker Pelosi referred to the T shock that would be the Irish prime minister. Leo varadkar speaker Pelosi is an Ireland as part of a congressional delegation. She told Irish politicians today, the Good Friday agreement is a beacon to the world and repeat. The warning that there was no chance of post Brexit, US UK trade deal if that is compromised in any way, and with hopes of the people of Northern Ireland and all of us in America, we witnessed chimerical of a new piece we treasure the Good Friday of cord not only because of what it is meant for Northern Ireland, and for that would be reason enough we treasure the Good Friday accord because it is not just a treaty isn't ethic is value. It is an article safe for us is the beacon to the world we treasured Good Friday accord, because what it says is possible for the entire world a reason to hope that in every place that dreams that reconciliation will be possible for them to it showed us is President Clinton said what is possible when you decide to give your children, not only your yesterday's but their own tomorrow's. As my friend, George Mitchell said after the signing patriotism has to do with keeping the country in good heart. 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"mike bump" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And why and why won't someone stand up and admit it? Diane is in east Texas tonight and call in. Hello, diane. Hello, jim. Thank you so much for bringing attention to this. I read about it last week. And was just I was dumbfounded. I just couldn't. I couldn't believe I'm astonished daily by the pettiness exhibited by the Democrats and by the list, pettiness and the. The lowness that they're reducing this country to is just it's just heartening in. I didn't know the details of the story that it was. Diane Foley herself who rescinded that invitation bed. It is stunning the cowardice that this woman exhibited because it, you know, journalists may be responsible for bringing attention to fly of a of a hostage, but it is the effort of the government that can secure the release of these hostages that journalists don't do it. And it seems like if it were anybody, but Trump it would put a damper on my my willingness. Willingness to make any effort whatsoever. So you're gonna be treated this way. And she could have hurt the efforts of of getting other hostages released in the future. But obviously that hasn't happened because they just secured the release of the hostages in Uganda. But it just is it's just it's painful how petty these people are in duct. But this is pure pettiness. Towards this president every day. I do not know how the man can stand it without just getting heartsick. I don't I don't know. I don't think that the President Trump is the kind of personal gets terribly hard sick. I think that that the confrontation begets further confrontation. That's that's his his method of operating. So that's probably a characteristic Olson in good stead. I note that the secretary of state Pompeo doesn't seem to blame. Diane Foley, both the organizers withdrew the award. And also, Diane Foley as as Pompeo put it that as he understood that she withdrew support because she was afraid that he would be treated disrespectfully. So it wasn't. I'm sorry that doesn't wash she could have shown courage and only saying what what might compel it, maybe Mike bump bail, simply gracious. I don't know. I personally think that it it. It is an unfortunate move. I would agree. And I I I don't again if he was willing to take a little disrespect aimed at him and his office. I think she should have been as well. So I I I'm with you in that regard. Diane one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six in Marion Iowa tonight. We find Frank Hello. Frank. Doing fine. Thank you. Good. To me. Like, I said before this. This is the embarrassment. These are the cornerstones that are London's country. And then we got the socialist, maybe alongside them. Collusion disruption in case. I heard Ross talking today and says, you know, the Democrats refuse to believe that there's no closing the Democrats y'all there's no collusion. The social media nosers. No collusion. Hey, just keep his narrative. They started it because they lost an election that they tried to steal. Now. All this has is a big we got we got stay together against Trump, and they came out to be guilty on all every ads that we can find. So this whole this whole, you know, the maybe few to believe they know there's no collusion. There are some who know that. But I think that Russia's right in this regard. I think that there are a lot of Democrats who just believe deep down inside that they really so desperately want to believe this. And I think they really do. Oh, it's being hidden. It's being buried someplace. I think he's right in that that that many people really do believe that the only people I think who don't probably are the people on Robert Muller staff who whether they're happy about are disappointed about it. I think they they saw the evidence that they simply could not find it. But I think a lot of Democrats do feel that way. I really do. I mean, don't don't confuse them with the facts, they wanna believe it. And so they're going to believe it. Say if I'm still is please go ahead. If we didn't have five news now, I'm not trying to blow their horn. But the things that we don't hear from anybody else. Goes back to their inception. You know, Houston, thank Walter Cronkite. And all these guys were the big USA heroes. They were as bad back. Then as they are today. We just didn't recognize it because that's all we have you know, to me. It's it's spooky the whole thing is scary. When you look at the big picture of what's to come. You know, and like or dislike Fox News. If you want some of the facts, you sure as hell don't go to NBC or m SPCA whatever they're all called anymore. But that's my two cents on this news so-called news media that's supposed to keep the government in check. When they're in the same bed with the government, the anti-government. It's pretty scary anti-constitutional, est. Government. I might have to as far as the Democrats are. All right, Frank. Thank you for your thoughts. Braschi eight them very much one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we note, the latest example of extremely petty behavior. But yeah, I I heard Rush Limbaugh earlier today. Also, and I think he's right that a lot of Democrats so desperately want to believe that there was collusion that they do. It's being hidden. It's there somewhere because they've got a lot invested in believing that, and I think they were they were counting on that just as they were counting on Hillary Clinton winning the election, and this would be a second huge disappointment for them. So yes, I think they believe it, and they will continue to believe it and don't confuse them with the facts things. We rough enough what? Eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six. Six five zero five four six two six. Is there a bottom to this pit? Is there a limit to how petty you can get? I'm not sure what that would be perhaps you have thoughts..

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"mike bump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Nathan attorney general William bar has agreed to testify to the House Judiciary committee on special counsel, Robert Mueller's report. That's according to committee chairmen Jerrold Nadler who said bar told him in a phone call. He would testify reasonably soon that ler says though bar wouldn't commit to releasing the full Mullah report on President Donald Trump and Russian election meddling. Meanwhile, the president said former FBI employees Peter Struck and Lisa page committed treason when they took steps to investigate as possible ties to Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign, President Trump speaking to FOX says the now completed Russia investigation was an attempted takeover of our government. If the Republican party had done this to the Democrats if we had done this to President Obama, you'd have a hundred people in jail right down. It would be treason. It would be considered trees. Season and they'd be in jail for the rest of their lives. It was the president's first interview since the AG announced his summary of the Muller report. The White House is backing of a federal judge is ruling to overturn ObamaCare has Republicans expressing their reservations about the shift in policy and its protections for those with pre existing conditions GOP. Senator Susan Collins wants to hear the president's replacement plan if he has some good ideas for improving the ACA or our system of healthcare in this country that those initiatives need to be put for I saw. I critique of state Mike bump rail says the US is still pursuing Justice for journalists Jamal kashogi. Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story Mr. Pompeo in front of a house committee question in very general terms. Whether Justice could lead to Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman has made very clear that we will continue to work to identify those who are responsible for Jamaica, Chevy's, murder and hold them accountable. We will stand by that today. Does that mean mister secretary no matter how high up mica said anyone Pompilio saying efforts are still being made all across the government in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak education secretary Betsy DeVos would try again to explain her budget cuts, including why she wants to eliminate federal funding for the Special Olympics. This time she will face Republican controlled Senate committee today. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. All.

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"mike bump" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on The Librocube

"Game seven. Today's game goblin or rather quadrupled television, talk sponsor is oh looks like we have Donut. Shop it's called the who. Doughnuts. Who don't? Thank you for that sponsorship. Okay. Item. The first in this particular television tax -ment is broad church season one cheeses crisis. Have you seen the show ho? I I will say just on the note in this is to fire next the misses I watched the first episode of season two last night and Jesus fuck, but I'm gonna try to okay, let me start off by saying broad church starring David Tennant, and oh shoot. What's your name? I don't have. I don't have the db page open starring David Tennant in a live Lia Coleman who normally just comedy. I do believe Jodie Whittaker the current doctor who next to see her pre daughter who what she was all about Arthur, Darville, speaking of doctor, actually, speaking of doctor who in general, quite a few people in that sort of over over the watching the first season, I sort of have recognized. So that's kind of cool to see this crossover. Apparently. Okay. So the burner of young boy and a small coastal town brings a media frenzy which threatens to tear the community apart. Oh, my so it's like a murder mystery who done it in this small town. You'll you'll think it's people you'll think it's other people will jump back and forth. They'll have episodes where you're like. Oh, yeah. It's gotta be this person. And then you'll be like, oh, no, definitely not the end, it'll sort of jump back and forth. I will say try not to spoil it, and I will not spoil it. Yeah. How about that rating wise? I think I can give it a five minute five pretty easily. Just know that it's it's a tough watch. Like what the family goes through its its cheese. Like what happens to? Yeah. The first episode of season two just like like by Hans sweating just like oh my God. This is fucking. It's intense. Very intense show. David Tennant incredible. That's the first time. I think I've ever really seen them in anything other than Dr Who just on the note of that might as well say he was and continues to be my favorite doctor. Okay. So also wanted to talk a boat show called bumping Mike's with Jeff Ross and David L. Half improv at least I soon with improv half stand up Jefferson detail. Tell will get up on stage and shoot the shit talk to the crowd. Tell jokes the bumping Mike's referred to when the say something, that's a music one. Another though bump their microphones against one another's. Others microphones, hence the name. Combining the comedic forces of Jeff Rawson, David tell and filmed at New York's comedy cellar, the series features zingers audience rose, celebrity cameos and Mike bumps Mike bombs. Yeah. Highly highly recommends these two are funny alone, but put them together and just a goddamn delights easy for me to give them a five hundred five laughed out. Loud repeatedly. I. Think had Gilbert Gottfried. He was on did a little sets little interaction as well. I gotta feel like. Sometimes he will have people walk out on him. Just not amuses me. He's like a quite often. Gilbert Godfrey, I would mean the type of comedian who if you're a comedian or someone like myself anyway, so he's not a comedian. But it's seemingly has the taste of a comedian. The quite often the the comedians in the back of the room will be cracking up, but sometimes the audience less, so which tickles me, no end, no end. Okay. So you know, what's good too as well? Combining this is watch broad church. And then to to come down off that terror watch bumping Mike's. Donnelly bit may..

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"mike bump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To WNYC dot org. Mostly cloudy early on tonight. And then it'll gradually become mostly clear through the early morning hours. We'll see you love about twenty eight degrees tonight, wind chills between twenty and twenty five tomorrow. It'll be sunny high near thirty six it's five pm. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Is the US backed effort to the Venezuelan president a coup in the making Medeiros critics say, no the real congress. And they're saying, hey, you know, our presents broken Venezuelan constitution many times. And that is the coupe for Sunday January twenty seventh. This is all things considered. I'm Michelle Martin. Also this hour went is a hat. Not just the hat, a winning fashion. Writer says when it's red and has make America great again on the hot was essentially kidnapped weaponize, by Charlottesville, and by white supremacists. Plus, you know him as the funds, but Henry winklers also inspiring kids with dyslexia. It's very easy for me at seventy three to become eight. And remember what it was like first this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. The shutdown may be over and the government is getting back up to speed, but the southern border wall goes on NPR's Mara lies and has more. Now that President Trump has given into Democrats demands he's back to tweeting about another Central American caravan heading to the US border, but the action now moves to Capitol Hill where house and Senate negotiators from both parties have three weeks to see if they can come up with a Bill. The president will accept the Democrats have not ruled out spending money on some kind of a barrier. And the president says he is open to some kind of deportation relief for certain immigrants who came to the US illegally at the end of three weeks. If no deal is reached President Trump said he could shut down the government again, although few Democrats or Republicans believe he will actually do that Mara Liasson. NPR news, Washington. American officials say they are encouraged by progress made in six days of peace talks between a US on. Boy, and Afghan Taliban officials in cutter NPR's dual sitar has more the Taliban and the US are continuing to negotiate on the redrawing of foreign groups from STAN international terrorism and other issues. But if thal Bonn spokesman tells NPR, the group has not agreed to a ceasefire. And there are no direct talks with the of Montgomery. These spokesman says until the troop withdrawal issue is agreed upon progress. On other issues is impossible US Secretary of state, Mike bump uses Washington is serious about pursuing peace in the war-torn country and negotiators have made court significant progress on white shoes. Abusir Todd NPR news Slama about the death. Toll from Friday's dam collapsed in Brazil has risen to at least thirty seven and the search for hundreds who are still missing has resumed as Catherine Osborne reports it had been suspended earlier today over concern. Turns that a nearby dam at the same iron ore mine might give way after water was drained from behind one of the remaining dams at the boom in your mind government authorities and mining company valet say the risk of it. Bursting decreased families who evacuated their home Sunday morning were eventually allowed to return the evacuation halted the search for survivors for several hours. Now, they're resuming thirty say many of the missing are likely buried deep in mud firefighters from other Brazilian states. And a team of more than one hundred Isreaeli disaster relief specialists are Eating Recovery. Efforts officials are investigating how another volley dam failed after the company pledged better safety following a similar disaster in two thousand fifteen for NPR news, and Catherine Osborne, Gino. Whereas in crude oil prices have pushed the cost of a gallon of gas up slightly. The Lundberg survey says gas prices rose two cents over the past two weeks to two dollars thirty three cents on average for gallon of regular. You're listening to NPR news from Washington, and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie says it would be problematic for President Trump to pardon. Roger stone his longtime associate I think the president understands the limits of politics. He's understanding even more speaking on ABC's this week today Christie said Trump knows that pardoning stone would not be politically viable FBI agents. Arrested stone on Friday he was charged with witness tampering. False statements and other crimes Kristie referred to the criminal charges as a damning indictment to golf courses owned by President Trump have fired twenty staffers who did not have legal authorization to work in the US WNYC's. Ilya marritz reports. Their lawyer wants an investigation. Attorney Anibal Romero says it was well known there were undocumented workers at Trump's clubs in Bedminster, New Jersey and Westchester, New York. He says they were victims of labor violations and possibly human trafficking. Then that's why I'm asking for a federal investigation in the state investigation. My clients are willing to cooperate with the thirties to discuss MVP. What crimes we believe have been committed? Eric Trump told the Washington Post his family's business is trying to find an terminate employees were not authorized to work in the US. He said the immigration system is broken Newark. Mayor rows Baraka is calling on the public to come forward to help solve the shooting that Rune four girls and women one critically during a candlelight vigil Newark police say the victims ages sixteen to twenty were shot at about nine o'clock last night at a vigil near where stolen SUV crashed into a home on Friday. Police said seventeen year old Quadri Robinson in nineteen year old. Client battle were found dead in the vehicle Brock announced a reward. Of up to fifty thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest and conviction for what he called a cowardly act of hatred that Pierce the hearts of all in our community.

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"mike bump" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"mike bump" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Believe in Jesus Christ. They have to be destroyed. Hot takes hot mess from WNYC in New York. This is on the media. I'm Bob Garfield this week why the New York Times reconsidered its play of a gruesome photo from Nairobi. The American media is saying in order to shock the audience into caring about someone that far away we need to show them most extreme otherwise they won't care. Plus a TV docu series tries to bridge the gap between indigenous peoples and white Canadians reality show style. The producers thought maybe if there was more contact there would be left tensions between the community. It's all coming up after this. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. The shutdown may be over and the government is getting back up to speed, but the southern border wall goes on NPR's Mara lies and has more. Now that President Trump has given into Democrats demands he's back to tweeting about another Central American caravan heading to the US border, but the action now moves to Capitol Hill where house and Senate negotiators from both parties have three weeks to see if they can come up with a Bill. The president will accept the Democrats have not ruled out spending money on some kind of a barrier. And the president says he is open to some kind of deportation relief for certain immigrants who came to the US illegally at the end of three weeks. If no deal is reached President Trump said he could shut down the government again, although few Democrats or Republicans believe he will actually do that Mara Liasson. NPR news, Washington. American officials say they are encouraged by progress made and. Six days of peace talks between a US on ROY and Afghan Taliban officials in cutter NPR's sitar has more the Taleban and the US are continuing to negotiate on the withdrawal of foreign troops from international terrorism and other issues, but if thal bond spokesman tells NPR, the group has not agreed to a ceasefire. And there are no direct talks with the of Montgomery. These spokesman says until the troop withdrawal issue is agreed upon broken us on other issues is impossible US Secretary of state, Mike bump uses Washington is serious about pursuing peace in the war-torn country and negotiators have made court significant progress on white shoes of do. Todd NPR news Islam above the death toll from Friday's dam collapse in Brazil has risen to at least thirty seven and the search for hundreds who are still missing has resumed as Catherine Osborne reports it happened. Been suspended earlier today over concerns that a nearby dam at the same iron ore mine. Mike give way after water was drained from behind one of the remaining dams at the bottom edge in your mind government, authorities and mining company valet say the risk of it bursting decreased families evacuated their home Sunday morning. We're eventually allowed to return the evacuation halted the search for survivors for several hours. Now, they're resisting authority say many of the missing are likely buried deep in mud firefighters from other Brazilian states. And a team of more than one hundred is really disaster relief specialists are Eating Recovery. Efforts officials are investigating how another volley dam failed after the company pledged better safety following a similar disaster in two thousand fifteen for NPR news and Catherine Osborne, input on my genius. Whereas in crude oil prices have pushed the cost of a gallon of gas up slightly. The Lundberg survey says gas prices rose two cents over the past two weeks to two dollars thirty three cents on average for gallon of regular. You're listening to NPR news from Washington from news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. Are we ready to fight for? That was Oakland. Mayor Libby chef introducing California's US Senator Kamla Harris at a rally in Oakland today. Thousands of people are there right now for the official launch of Harris's twenty twenty presidential campaign. Sonja Hudson is at Franco gala plaza where the rallies being held and Sony. I know Harris is still speaking before the crowd right now. But what can you tell us about what she said so far? Yeah. So she started off talking about how she is a daughter of Oakland. And then she kind of went into the story of how her parents met. This is something that she's talked about a lot recently. They were both graduate students at UC Berkeley, both of them were really big civil rights leaders, and she talked about that how that really shaped her view of the world and the way that she has gone through her career. And then she kind of, you know, went through her past as a prosecutor really leading into that campaign slogan for the people that she's gonna fight for people. And then she talked also about where we are in American politics right now, very some very anti-trump sentiments talked about the wall family separation that kind of thing, and she reiterated this point that she's said before that we're at an inflection point in US history. And we have to ask ourselves, we are and. Sonia. What's the crowd like they're how many people are there? What's the mood among them? There are I would say at least ten thousand people here. People are packed into the plaza. It's filling out onto the streets around the plaza and people are just really excited. They like that they like her passes the prosecutor, and they think that she's gonna fight for them. All right. That was with us Sonia Hudson.

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"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. The shutdown may be over and the government is getting back up to speed, but the southern bar border wall goes on NPR's Mara Liasson has more now that President Trump has given into Democrats demands he's back to tweeting about another Central American caravan heading to the US border, but the action now moves to Capitol Hill where house and Senate negotiators from both parties have three weeks to see if they can come up with a Bill the. President will accept the Democrats have not ruled out spending money on some kind of a barrier. And the president says he is open to some kind of deportation relief for certain immigrants who came to the US illegally at the end of three weeks. If no deal is reached President Trump said he could shut down the government again, although few Democrats or Republicans believe he will actually do that Mara Liasson. NPR news, Washington. American officials say they are encouraged by progress made in six days of peace talks between a US on ROY and Afghan Taliban officials in cutter NPR's Abdul sitar has more the Taliban and the US are continuing to negotiate on the redrawing of foreign troops from STAN international terrorism and other issues. But if thal Bonn spokesman tells NPR, the group has not agree to a ceasefire. And there are nor direct talks with the of Montgomery. These spokesman says until the troop withdrawal shoe is agreed upon. On broken on other issues is impossible. You secretary of state Mike bump, Ulysses Washington is serious about pursuing peace in the war-torn country and negotiators have made court significant progress on white issues of do Saddad NPR news Islam above the death toll from Friday's dam collapse in Brazil has risen to at least thirty seven and the search for hundreds who are still missing has resumed as Catherine Osborne reports it had been suspended earlier today over concerns that a nearby dam at the same iron ore mine might give way after water was drained from behind one of the remaining dams at the edge in your mind government, authorities and mining company valet say the risk of it. Bursting decreased.

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"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein, the shutdown may be over and the government may be getting back up to speed. But as NPR's Mara Liasson reports the fight over a southern border wall goes on now that President Trump has given into Democrats demands he's back to tweeting about another Central American caravan heading to the US border, but the action now moves to Capitol Hill where house and Senate negotiators from both parties have three weeks to see if they can come up with a Bill. The president will accept the Democrats have not ruled out spending money on some kind of a barrier. And the president says he is open to some kind of deportation relief for certain immigrants who came to the US illegally at the end of three weeks. If no deal is reached President Trump said he could shut down the government again, although few Democrats or Republicans believe he will actually do that Mara Liasson. NPR news, Washington. American officials say they are encourage. Urged by progress made in six days of peace talks between a US envoy, an Afghan Taliban officials in Qatar, but NPR's Abdul subtler reports, the Taliban is saying it will not agree to a ceasefire until certain conditions are met Vitale Bonn, and the US are continuing to negotiate on the redrawing of foreign troops from STAN international terrorism and other issues, but it thal Bonn spokesman tells NPR the group has not agreed to a ceasefire. And there are no direct talks with the of Montgomery. These spokesman says until the troop withdrawal issue is agreed upon progress. On other issues is impossible US Secretary of state, Mike bump, Ulysses Washington is serious about pursuing peace in the war-torn country and negotiators have made court significant progress on white L issues of do THAAD NPR news Islam above the. The death toll from Friday's dam collapse in Brazil has risen to at least thirty seven and the search for hundreds still missing has resumed as Catherine Osborne reports it had been suspended earlier today over concerns that a nearby dam might give way after water was drained from behind one of the remaining dams at the edge in your mind government, authorities and mining company valet say the risk of it. Bursting.

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"Need to invest more and their front the summit in July last year, we agreed to do more to step up and always see the results. By the end of next year. Nato allies will. Hundred one hundred billion dollars for defense. The president tweeted about Stoltenberg's comment today giving himself credit for raising far more money than ever before. American officials say they are encouraged by progress made in six days of peace talks between a US envoy an Afghan Taliban officials they met in Qatar. But NPR's Abdelfatta reports the Taliban is saying it won't agree to a ceasefire until certain conditions are met, the Taliban and the US are continuing to negotiate on the redrawing of foreign troops from Ghana Stane international terrorism and other issues, but if thal Bonn spokesman tells NPR, the group has not agreed to a ceasefire, and nor direct talks with the of Montgomery. These spokesman says until the troop withdrawal issue is agreed upon broken on other issues is embossed. Us Secretary of state Mike bump uses Washington is serious about pursuing peace in the war-torn country and negotiators have made court significant progress on white shoes. Of do Saddad NPR news Islam about the death toll from Friday's dam collapse in Brazil is reason risen to at least thirty seven the search for hundreds still missing has resumed. It had been suspended earlier today over concerns that a nearby dam at the same mining complex could give way that risk is now lowered this is NPR from K Q weedy news. I'm Tiffany Cam.

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"The border where there have been protests over the border wall and police wore a terror plot against a small Muslim community in rural New York. The alleged perpetrators are all white men will speak with a former Neo Nazi about hate groups. Plus actress Gina Rodriguez opens up about why she's avoiding sit down interviews. She talks with us about her mental health, advocacy, and her new movie, it's Sunday. January twenty seventh news next. Live from NPR news in Washington Giles Snyder. Authorities in Louisiana say the man suspected in this weekend's shooting deaths of five people has been arrested a statement from the ascension parish sheriff's office has twenty one year old Dakota Terry was arrested this morning in Richmond county Virginia taros accused of killing three people Saturday morning, including a woman believed to be his girlfriend. Authorities say he killed his parents at their home in neighboring parish at least two bombs of a church service in the southern Philippines today. Officials say at least twenty people are dead more than one hundred others injured as Michael Sullivan reports. Security officials say the first explosion occurred inside the cathedral in Holo. It was followed by a second just outside the majority of the dead were civilians, though, several soldiers were also killed a statement from president Rodrigo Duterte days office vowed to pursue to the ends of the earth. The ruthless perpetrators. Behind this dastardly crime. It comes less than a week after voters, and they Muslim-majority region overwhelmingly approved a new atonomy plan aimed at ending decades of violence between Muslim separatists and the central government in the predominantly Roman Catholic nation Holo was one of the few areas voting against for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan and Chiang Rai Thailand and Brazil officials have suspended the search for survivors following Friday's collapse of a dam at an iron ore mine. There are now fears that another dam owned by the same mining company could break firefighters say they are evacuating several neighborhoods from the town hit by the earlier collapse. The confirmed death toll is now thirty seven scores of people remain missing. American officials say they're encouraged by progress made in six days of peace talks between the US envoy and Afghan Taliban officials in Qatar, but NPR's I'll do satire reports from Islam Abbasi that the Taliban says it will not agree to a ceasefire until certain conditions are. That the Taleban and the US are continuing to negotiate on the redrawing of foreign troops from STAN international terrorism and other issues, but it thal Bonn spokesman tells NPR the group has not agree to a ceasefire and dead out of Nordic talks with the of Montgomery. These spokesman says until the troop withdrawal issue is agreed upon progress on other issues is impossible you as secretary of state, Mike bump, you'll says Washington is serious about pursuing peace in the war-torn country and negotiators have made court significant progress on white L issues of do Saddad NPR news Islam about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is fire. Canada's ambassador to China Trudeau says he asked for John mccallum's resignation Friday night. He did not for a reason. But McCallum has made controversial remarks about the extradition case involving a top executive from the Chinese telecom company Hobie here. Listening to NPR news from K Q ED news. Good morning. I'm tiffany. Hi. California's US Senator Kamala Harris will officially kick off her twenty twenty presidential campaign in Oakland today. Here's kinky weedays Ryan Levy, there was the announcement on good Morning America on MLK day. And you haven't announcement he'd like to make I am running for president of the United States. Then the press conference later in the day at her alma mater Howard University. I love my country. And I feel a sense of responsibility to stand up and fight for the best of who we are. And now a rally today at frequent Galo plaza in Oakland, Bart recommends rally-goers exit at the nineteen th street station and says it will be running extra trains at the end of the event Harris is an Oakland native former San Francisco district attorney and California attorney general she's entering a crowded democratic field. That already includes many of her Senate colleagues. I'm Ryan Levy KiKi. Dee news thousands of antiabortion demonstrators gathered in San Francisco yesterday. For the annual walk for life. Kiwi. Sonya had seen reports. People from all over the west coast and even as far away as Nebraska came to San Francisco's Civic Center plaza to start the day off with a rally, a new conservative majority on the supreme court has made abortion rights supporters afraid Roe v. Wade which legalized abortion, Mike overturns, but Juliana surface doesn't think that'll happen. Even though I'm here party people like so praying life by actually whatever change to be honest James Bowman says he doesn't think so either the only way that things are ever going to really change is if we change hearts and minds, and that can only be done through one person at a time. Many religious leaders were present at the rally speakers and martyrs reiterated their position that abortion should be outlawed. I'm sonia. Hudson..

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"Or in your IRA what no one ever told you, however was this you have to start withdrawing the money from those retirement accounts. Whether you want to or not when you turn age seventy and a half, by the way, you know, Donald Trump is proposed eliminating that are MD. But I don't think the knuckleheads in congress are going to go with it. So let's just stick with what we have here. And but anyway, the need to withdraw a minimum amount each and every year for. For as long as you live IRS gotta has a plan for your tax deferred money. That's the bottom line. But what's more? This. Distributions are taxed as ordinary income, which depends on how much money in your IRA that you take that. And it might even push you into a higher tax bracket. You're our MD's can create an unwelcome tax liability, especially for investors who don't need to spend these assets to support their lifestyle in retirement. You know, the good news. There are some things that you can do before. And after eight seven and a half to help reduce the amount of your required minimum distribution and ultimately lower your tax Bill for a primer on our MD's. You can get an IRS the Internal Revenue Service retirement plan IRA required minimum distribution facts. That's an IRS dot gov and another good source the definitive guide to our MD's for baby boomers. But we're going to go over some strategies to help you reduce those are MDC retirement. Of course, Roth IRA conversions one of my favorite things. The time honored conversion. Let you convert some or all of your traditional IRA to a Roth IRA and that indeed can be a very good strategy. Roth IRA's do not require. They don't have a required minimum distribution until the death of the owner. But don't start the process without hiring. A competent and qualified financial professional a CPA, for instance, to analyze the pros and cons of converting in what years you should convert usually low income years or better than high income years, obviously, how much you should convert what type of assets to convert whether the re categorize that's when you decide to undo your Roth conversion and the light lowering our MD's by Roth conversion can be efficient. But it's a complex analysis and often largely based on asset performance after conversion and re characterize -ation, but over significant period of time the benefit of a Roth conversion can be significant research shows that investors might consider moving some of their tax deferred retirement assets into a Roth IRA to reduce the bounce of their accounts were resulting in lower arm dis. To be sure. Converting to a Roth IRA can trigger a larger tax Bill, but it can be beneficial. If you expect to be in a higher tax bracket in retirement as you'll pay the taxes upfront at your lower current rate. That's a good point where you know, if I did the conversion this year. If if I if I wanted to do a conversion of my IRA it Mike bump me up into a higher tax bracket this year because of taken let's say a lump of a large lump sum and converted and I got to pay the taxes. It's included as Mike gross taxable income, but down the road all that money and all the growth is going to be tax free. Not only for me. But also for Tony as well and my beneficiaries now. So that's if the tax laws stay the same today. I think I think once you do the Roth conversions I think you're gonna be locked in. I think you're gonna be gold on Roth conversion grandfather. Oh, I think he will be grandfathered. Now. There's no question about it. But. Oh, come on another break. We're talking about taking your required. Minimum distributions and the limiting the taxes on them. So stay tuned when we get back from the break, we're going to pick this topic backup. Because I think this is important information for a lot of people out there. Fig improvement as far as delays go for the fort McHenry Tuttle. Now, it's slow as you're key highway heading into the two and the harbor tunnel slows at the toll plaza west side, outer loop, Saul better back to normal seven hundred five to Baltimore national pike, the interloop just a little bit of slowing from Baltimore. National pike the security, no delays through Pike's. Ville on the interloop Jay affects clear from downtown heading out to the beltway. The beltway topside you'll get some slowing Charles street that will continue over the locker even on the inner loop and outer loop is fine now for Villier road to the Harrisburg expressway, I'm.

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