35 Burst results for "More Than 30%"
Olivia Newton-John, who played Sandy in 'Grease,' dies at 73
"Singer and actor Olivia Newton-John has died after a 30 year battle with breast cancer at her ranch in Southern California according to her husband She was 73 a marchesa a letter with a look at her life Olivia Newton-John once said that when she showed up in leather for the final scene of the movie grease the crew had no idea who she was Newton John also starred in xanadu and two of a kind Newton John sold more than 100 million records including magic have you never been mellow and please mister please Newton Johnson in a 2019 AP interview when she realized what the song physical was about she tried to stop its release but her manager said it was too late So I was like oh my God We better do a video Okay we'll do a video and we'll make the video about exercise
Max Scherzer Ks 11, pitches Mets past Braves for DH sweep
"The mets got another big game out of one of their aces and beat the braves 6 two in the nightcap taking both games of the double header Max Scherzer got the W scattering four hits over 7 scoreless innings and tying in season high with 11 strikeouts but as dominant as he was on the mound shares her isn't taking all the credit he says the mets bats make it easy on him and the rest in New York's pitching staff That was such a huge part of this You know to be able to give us some breathing room So those arms there at the end you know had a little bit more room to operate The wind makes four out of the last 5 for the mets and puts them 30 games over 500 on the season While he guys New York
Salem Radio's Dennis Prager on the Importance of Talk Radio
"Have written an amazing piece on your 40th anniversary of talk radio on the things you have learned in those four decades, 5 big lessons. I want to talk about a couple of them, but first, it's not in the article, but you told me how it all started and this peculiar weekend show where you had guests from different denominations. Will you tell us about that show at the beginning, Dennis? Because I love the concept. I began radio at the 32, I think 30, 34 years of age. And it was a blessing changed my life, obviously. There was an extremely popular show in Los Angeles on the ABC radio station. And I mean, so popular that eventually it became the most popular show in Los Angeles, despite the fact that it was broadcast on a Sunday Night, the least likely time for people to listen. But it dominated radio. It was called religion on the line, and it was dominant before I became the host. I just increased it, but I acknowledge it was I knew about it because everybody knew about it. A priest a minister in a rabbi would appear different ones each week, Catholic Protestant Jew, and the host. The host that I that they were thinking of letting go was secular and anti religious. And they were looking for a new host. I don't know if that was the reason, but they were. And by sheer good luck, my name was brought to the general manager of the station. And George green was a legend in radio and for whom I have only deepest gratitude for my life's journey, so he told this woman Roberta Weintraub May she rest in peace. The head of education in Los Angeles said, I need somebody who knows religion knows how to speak, but it's not a clergyman. And she said, I can't believe you're asking that. I just heard this kid at this Jewish institute here in Los Angeles. I went for a weekend there. I heard him lecture, he's terrific. And they said, oh, good, let's try him out. And in the middle of the show, the program director slipped me a note, I wish I had, I still had it. It changed my life. Tell them you'll be on next week.
San Francisco D.A. Revokes Plea Deals in Drug Cases
"Replacement for ousted San Francisco DA Bodine. I don't know how to say his name boden, Bodine is chess of Odin. I think his name is. Reverts revokes 30 plea offers for drug cases. Let me just explain that because I can probably explain a bit in our career. So just a Bodine was voted out because the cow was a complete narcissist and he did not want to prosecute real criminals. He didn't want to do any of that. And the people got sick of them. And just for people to understand his title, he was the district attorney in San Francisco. And the person who was replaced him has reportedly revoked 30 plea offers for drug cases. And let me just give you an example of one of the drug cases that he was going to give a particular plea to. One of the cases was removed from the office in June, no, not him officer in June. Let me get to, it says Jenkins office, which is the new person that's replacing Bodine, said one of the police officers that she took back was for a case in which a defendant had 6 open cases for dealing fentanyl and was arrested with more than a hundred grams of drugs on him.
10 family members killed in Pennsylvania house fire
"Gracia reporting ten people are dead in a Pennsylvania House fire Pennsylvania state police say ten people 7 adults and three children have been confirmed dead after an early morning house fire Pennsylvania Harold baker a nescopeck volunteer firefighter who responded to the scene told the citizens voice newspaper of Wilkes bear that the victims expected to eventually be found were members of his family including his son daughter father in law brother in law sister in law three grand children and two other relatives The fire was reported around two 30 a.m. One person was found dead inside the house shortly after emergency responders arrived and two other victims were found later in the morning Authorities say a criminal investigation is
10 people, including 3 children, killed in Pennsylvania house fire
"Reporting a firefighter says as many as ten people are feared dead in a Pennsylvania House fire A volunteer firefighter who was among responders says as many as ten people are dead after an early morning house fire in northeastern Pennsylvania and the victims were his relatives Nazca peck volunteer firefighter Harold baker told the times tribune of Scranton that the victims expected to eventually be found include his son daughter father in law brother in law sister in law three grand children and two other relatives The fire was reported around two 30 a.m. One person was found dead inside the house shortly after emergency responders arrived and two other victims were found later in the morning Authorities say the victims ranged in age from 6 to 70
What Is NATO?
"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.
Britney Griner Sentenced to 9 Years in Russian Prison
"That's a lot of time to be in prison. And even just rounded up to ten years. I mean, that's a decade in prison. Britney green is probably in her late 20s. She's going to be 30 something when she get out of prison. And she's going to prison in Russia. Now I've never been to prison anywhere. But I would imagine that Russian prison probably ain't as nice as the United States prison. I don't know if you're getting three hots in a cot. The only benefit that Brittany griner has is she big. So ain't no women gonna be taking advantage of her unless there's some Russian women in there 6 9. And the good thing for Brittany and I'm not trying to be funny, but the good thing for her is that she actually like women. She's attracted to women. She's 31, she's gonna be phony. She's gonna be farted when she get out of there. But she like women. So maybe she won't have too much of a hard time being around a bunch of women. I'm really not trying to be funny, y'all. I mean, we have to have a comedic relief in here somewhere. But man, that's a lot of time. But you know what else is discouraging to me is that she trashed the United States of America. She didn't want to stand for the national anthem.
Breitbart's Alex Marlow on the Nature of the Media Landscape
"Let's start with that overall question. So if you are in a battle, the first thing you have to do is we teach in the U.S. Military. You have an estimate of the situation. You take a snapshot of the battlefield and you measure what is going on. What is the nature of the media landscape today, Alex? And in what ways has it changed most significantly since you were first hired by that great man, Andrew breitbart, what would have been the biggest tectonic changes in the last, let's say, decade. Yeah, thank you as always for mentioning the book. And I think is what made me decide the book was necessary, was seeing that toggle switch that was flipped within the media when Donald Trump came down that escalator. It went from the media was simply this is liberally biased and they would prefer if Democrats. One, but they would try to present both sides to a certain degree and they weren't literally trying to destroy the people that they were writing about just for having different politics. And that did change with president Trump and we've seen it manifested in just about every prominent conservative political politician or activist or even business owner who stands for judeo Christian values now. When the media writes about them their weaponized, their weaponized against that individual or against the entity upon which they're writing about. And that really changed to me. And that's why books like Bernie Goldberg's bias, which all of us read 25, 30 years ago, which are very important. And all the great work that my Friends and the media research center do to track the media, all of that was, those are components of what's going on, but it did no longer told the full picture, the full picture was these people out to destroy your audience doctor G, you personally, president Trump, my audience, et cetera
Long-term mortgage rates under 5% for 1st time in 4 months
"Long-term mortgage rates have dropped under 5% for the first time in four months Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says to 30 year rate fell to 4.99% down from 5.3% last week The drop came days after the Federal Reserve increased its main borrowing rate in an aggressive effort to get inflation under control The average 15 year rate popular among homeowners refinancing dropped to about four and a quarter percent down roughly a third of a point Higher borrowing rates have cooled the housing market that had been hot for years Mike Hempen Washington
Dr Irwin Redlener: "We Are an Under Vaccinated Country"
"In your opinion where are we now with this? I mean, it seems to me that the BA 5, just and again, it becomes anecdotal. I mean, I'm sure there's statistics you're looking at, but just the amount of friends I have that are double boosted and have gotten it recently is pretty astounding. It's very astounding. It is extremely effective, much more so than former variants. And the other interesting thing about this is that if you look at the data about the number of vaccinated people, it's under 50% that have actually gotten even one booster and around 30% of people that have gotten no more than to then the two original shots. We are an under vaccinated country right now. And the reason we're under vaccinated and we're still getting 400 people at a day dying is because it's become a politically toxic issue. Thank you Donald Trump. I mean, this is what we got. We got maga as the new national experts and whether people should get protected from a public health scourge. And this is where we are now.
Some Listeners Feel Voting Seems Pointless With All of the Fraud
"I'm going to read an email I got last night and by the way, I don't consider this this doesn't offend me. I don't consider it to be an insult. I just want to kind of go through the sentiment though because I know some people had the sentiment. We got a lot of nasty emails last night. Someone said Charlie, you are clueless. About the election. You are so naive. These are elections are easy to steal. Katie Hobbs will never let Carrie win. Why are they letting Blake win? He's a one out of a hundred not a threat. That way idiots like yourself think there's integrity in the elections, wake up clueless Charlie. You are too full of yourself, Bruce. Look, we could go through that email and what I think is wrong about that sentiment, but I do want to just say though that a lot of you probably felt that last night said, oh my goodness, they're going through it again. They're doing all of this, but we can't stop voting and we can't stop showing up. Just look what happened. Last night. It shows that there is still an ability to overwhelm all the shenanigans to overwhelm all of the problems with the process. And so I know a lot of people have PTSD. And my goodness, they're doing it again. And by the way, it's not over. There's still a 100,000 ballots outstanding, but I can say confidently based on everything we know about those ballots and who actually turned them out, I think the confident winner is Carrie Lake. She could actually end up winning in my opinion by 30 to 40,000 votes.
The Greatest Weight Loss Misconceptions With Dr. Ashley Lucas
"Are the greatest misconceptions that you identified when it comes to losing weight and keeping weight off and talk to us about starvation diets and calorie counting and things like that. Yeah, you know, when you go to your doctor and you got some weight to drop they're likely going to tell you that you just need to exercise more and eat less. But when you really dive into the literature behind that, we understand it's not as simple as that. The body is much more complicated than just that simple equation. And let me interrupt you here. Eric put that photograph of the vest up. Let me just be explicit. I did that with no extra exercise. I mean none, okay? I walk the dogs every day, I swim down again, but that loss 34 pounds wasn't because I started running marathons every week. It's because of her system. Sorry, I just wanted people to understand. I didn't become a triathlete to lose the weight. I just went on your system, so please carry on doctor. Yeah, I mean, to burn ten pounds of fat, you would have to cycle 1000 miles or ride your bike 1000 miles. And we just know that from an exercise component, it's helpful. Walking your dog like you do is important. It's good for your heart health and stress and mood and sleep, but the body just when you exercise above a certain amount, it almost holds on to the fat a little bit more. I have clients all the time coming in to see us saying that they're doing all of this different type of boot camp activity and they're still not dropping the weight. They're actually increasing in the amount of fat that they're carrying. So I don't want to say that exercise is not good, but there's just a certain amount that's not going to benefit. And actually genetics have a lot to do with if you're going to respond to exercise with dropping weight that's largely a genetic predisposition and a lot of people can increase exercise and not see the weight loss. So moving is great, but it's not going to allow for you to see the big drops of 30, 50, 100 plus pounds.
James Hahn Blasts New PGA Tour Schedule
"James Hahn on Twitter are James James, I just follow James like a week ago. We'll disclosure. I love James Hahn on Twitter. He tweeted today. He tweeted today. Take a look at the new PGA Tour schedule and you'll understand why players are upset. Vegas to Japan. To South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. He says, for the viewers, it's a flick of a remote. For us, it's 20 hour travel days and tens of thousands of dollars in expenses. That tweet already has 1400 likes in 25, 30 minutes, and then he follows it up by saying, to himself, we should be playing in major cities, places where they have an NFL football team, not Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Us little guys have feelings too. All right? He has caught a ton of shit for these tweets, but he's right. But he is right. Listen to that. Listen to that, that 6 week, that's what 5 weeks Vegas to Japan to South Carolina to Bermuda to Mexico. Vegas to Japan? Yeah, so to South Carolina. So they're going to be the little guys are going to want to play Vegas because it's really in the season because it's a wraparound. So they want to get off to a decent start. If they get into Japan, they're 100% going because they're pretty sure it doesn't have a cut. There's no way they're going to have an event in Japan with no cuts. So 1000% they're going. And then I guess I guess presumably. You take that off, I would guess. Where are they playing? I didn't even see where they're playing. But they're playing somewhere. Like the golf course. It doesn't matter. The only set is ridiculous, though. But I'm like, that's got to be a new event, 'cause the only South Carolina I know is Hilton head that they play, but I think it's chattahoochee or chat, chat to Jesse or, oh yeah. That's something like that over there. It's really cool. But yeah, that's not an easy travel. Well, you can't even do that. Your host. You're totally host if you try that. I don't know what I mean. This is where the play. Basically what he's saying for the people in the comments yelling at clouds is like the big guys, they're probably getting their own way paid to all that shit. The Japanese event, the big guys are probably getting older stuff paid for. I would guess all of it. Maybe they can pay appearance feed money over there. I don't really know. But the little guys have to play all those and what he's saying is it's going to cost him 30, not 30, but probably 20 grand to do all those. Ish,
Songwriting Legend Diane Warren Shot Down for Having a Good Question
"So Diane Lauren decides to weigh in on this whole renaissance nonsense. I'm so glad she did because she brought something up that really needs to be discussed. Diane Warren prolific songwriter has worked with Beyoncé before. The song I was here, she wrote that for Beyoncé, but because she spoke up, members of Beyoncé's beehive just, you know, they don't think she's anybody. They think she's some out of touch white lady who doesn't understand the songwriting process. No, because she's probably the best of all time, assholes. But you know, she rightfully questioned why in God's name on the 25 writers on one of Beyoncé's tracks. This is the first time that's happened. Beyoncé's known for crazy. Remember, her daughter Blue Ivy got a producer credit? And it was basically up for a Grammy at like four years old, whatever the fuck? The song they're talking about. I'm done. There's something to answer. It's called alien superstar. It's basically Beyoncé bragging about how she's the best and all you are the hose need to get out of her way, standing stuff from Beyoncé lately. Now, Beyoncé has got a super producer called the dream, he had the response back to Diane on Twitter, and he made it racial in a nanosecond. For no reason. He wrote back to Diane, you mean how does all black culture have so many writers? Well, it started because we couldn't afford certain things thought. Now, so we started sampling and it became an art form. A major part of the black culture in America had that era not happened. Who knows? You good? This tweet is filled with grammatical errors and bad spelling. Just 5th grade level of correspondence. Not that it matters. The guy's got 25, 30 million in the bank, but still. And then this little condescending prick goes further. He says, I know it's not a one on one songwriting contest. You looking far from no one over here. You don't want that smoke. And you know I love you, but come on, stop acting like your records haven't been sampled. Then of course, all white lady gets very scared of said black man and has to bow down because, you know, we can't, you can't go toe to toe with anybody that's not white. It's racist. So the end bows down. I didn't mean that as an attack or as disrespect. I didn't know this. Thank you for making me aware of it. No need to be mean. I meant under suspected Beyoncé, I work with it before. I admire her. I'm sorry for the missing the standing. Have a backbone, Diane Warren.
Chuck E. Cheese Is Now Rascist
"Now a mother in New Jersey has some major beef with Chuck E. Cheese. The very popular kids mascot you never think that kids mascot. Would be guilty of racial discrimination for ignoring a high 5 attempt, but that's the charge. The woman goes by the name um sapphire on Twitter, don't ask me. She put up a video that says she shot it on July 30 that the Chuck E. Cheese location in Wayne, New Jersey. And it shows her daughter very excited, jumping up and down before putting her hand down. I seen the video, you can see the mouse high 5, some white kids on the stage before he basically stands in front of the black kid and does nothing but ignore the black girl. It's a terrible video to watch. It breaks your heart. You just ignoring the kid. What's not clear is whether or not the person inside the costume could actually see the little girl, but for my money he can't. But that doesn't matter to the woman who's gone after this rat. She wrote, now you gotta, I mean, people on Twitter write things weird, but my two YO two year old was racially discriminated against. As you can see, he gives all the white kids high 5. Now white is spelled YT. And purposely ignored my black baby. When confronted, he ignored me as well. The manager made excuses for him. By the way, like I said, she spells white YT. Is that a new thing? She was not even close to a 130 characters. She had plenty more room to do the other three letters, is that a new thing? Black in this paragraph, black gets a capital B and anywhere in the media black gets a capital B not white. We still got the small W don't, listen, no, black gets a big B sorry, white people, you're just a little common substandard W you don't get the big W so black gets a capital B and right now, not only do we not get the big W now we'll refer to as YT, two lower case letters. That's discrimination if you ask me.
Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the Radicalization of Gen X
"It seems that there's this interesting demographic phenomenon. I want to explore with you Richard, it's happening across the country, which is the radicalization of gen X, where you just articulated something that baby boomer 70 plus, they tend to be more establishment Republican or comfortable with Joe Biden. Now, we're going to get a slew of emails, by the way. Charlie, I'm 70 8 and I hate Joe Biden. Yesterday. No, I know. But I do think it's demographically interesting. We never talked about this before, rich, that gen X, so think about Josh hawley that is Ron DeSantis, right? That's Donald Trump Jr. that's Tom cotton, that's Ted Cruz. That's gen X. They're kind of right in that middle group. They're not necessarily super young. They're definitely not baby boomers. But gen xers are people that have kids that are anywhere between 5 years old to 18 years old. They're becoming super right wing in more ways than one. Not only that, but in primaries, they are demanding and they are voting for the more conservative candidate. Is that correct, rich? Yeah, and if you look, we did by generation, Charlie, by age, Arizona is a great state for that. So is Florida, so is Texas. So is Nevada, by the way. You know, the bottom line is because we've asked this before and I really think what it comes down to is and we got those emails as well. And I understand if you have a mom or you are that age group and you voted for Carrie Lake, I'm not saying there's not going to be supporters in that age group. I'm saying we're talking about margins, statistics, polling. But the bottom line is the older voters. Tend to have this idea, Charlie, that how could I put this? They tend to have like faith still in authority and they grew up in this more stable America. And they have this view where you would ask them, you know, how bad do things can get. And they would say, you know, it's America in the end, things are going to be okay. That's how they talk to us, right? Whereas the younger generation, the younger generation is like, look, I have to live the rest of my life. And this is 30 40 years we can't survive this.
Tyler Bowyer Is Concerned About Arizona's Election
"Boyer's here from turning point action here in Arizona, Tyler, you believe there is reason for concern. Here in Arizona, what's going on? Yeah, I mean, look, Charlie, I've been out the polls all morning. 6 a.m., our team at turning point of action has been in key target districts this morning from about 5 30 before the polls open at 6. And we've been out there and it's been slower than I would expect in some of these Republican areas. Which was terrifying for, I think, some of the maga candidates that you would look at, the Trump endorsed candidates, the more conservative candidates. I mean, guys, you only have one day, anyone that's in Arizona that's listening to this that has friends in Arizona has family interviews on it. Daily have one shot to vote and it's today. And they've got to see lower turnout than you would have expected. Then I would have expected. Yeah, I've been doing this for the last about 8 election cycles since I turned 18 and this is a this is a lot slower of a primary day than I would have expected. And it's still early in the day, so it could be fixed, people could still show up. Absolutely. But there was no kind of morning surge. Why do you think that is? Do you think it might be because maybe some of these Republican candidates like Carrie Lake and Blake masters were putting out very favorable polls and people think they don't have to go vote? Well, I mean, there's a combination of things. One is where people think that the elections in the bag, sometimes they don't show up to vote. And that's never a good policy to have. If you get out and vote for your candidate, your candidate is not going to win, and nowadays when we're dealing with Democrats in these election offices, I mean, it could be weeks before we get do you think. Do you think we'll know a winner tonight? I hope so. I hope that's the case. I mean, look, if there's low turnout today, we certainly will, because in Maricopa County in Arizona, for example, just the beast. The recorder put out, oh, you know, it might take us a few days to count all the votes. So everyone needs to just chill. Yeah, I mean, it's so bad, but
"more than 30%" Discussed on WTOP
"On cards are more than 30% of the maximum credit line will hurt a credit score and carries additional risks the lower the balance the better the score So that's the opposite of using credit cards and allowing large balances to build Thinking that carrying a small balance is a good idea to demonstrate use of available credit It turns out none of the major credit bureaus think that that's necessary or even helpful I'm Mark Hamrick Coming up after traffic and weather on WTO Russia issues a surrender or die order for the remaining fighters in the besieged port city of mariupol It's 6 26 Father stew has an incredible 98% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes Hallelujah This Easter holiday Take it to now I'm gonna be a priest For Halloween Father stew now playing rated R under 17 that admitted without parent As focuses shall we know the nearer the bone the better the flavor New bone in ribeye seasoned with rock salt and foraged in flames so rich so worth the wait A double cut pork chop is slow roasted bone in preserving its moisture and natural flavor to a slice that will change your definition of tender forever Only in the end is the meat abandoned the bone for your plate Then you're fork Then beyond your expectations New premium bony cuts now part of the full shoe Haskell It's what's next it's poverty shown The YMCA is just a starting line for the true self blooms only when we find our purpose What makes us tick below the surface My why is diversity in unity a safe space in my community living with sincerity giving every day by everything With my why I stand.
"more than 30%" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"For the Republican side. Well, statistically, um, there are three million Democrats and one million Republicans, so half of them would be 1.5 million. So that would give us 2.5 million to 1.5 million, so we would have the majority, but they would rather jump off a cliff or kill their mothers then switch From Democrat to Republican. However, 40% of the Democrats Are conservatives. They live in Highland Town. They live in Harford County. They live in an Arrundell county. 30% of the members of Super Citizen are Democrats. See, this is the thing and I've often thought that that was what caused your state to become either Democrat or Republicans got to do with the number of registered so certainly, of course, but people don't understand that they think I'm just going to vote for the other side. But that's not going to help us and we're going to keep getting this crap that we're getting well, we're greatly outnumbered. Maryland is the most Democratic state in the country besides California switch parties, and they could do it at the fair. Well, they're not going to do it not to that extent. But like I said 30 to 40% of the Democrats do vote Republican And they are members of our organization. Our organization is designed to save Maryland to bring people together Democrats and Republicans to tell them the truth to educate them. Motivate them. And if we have to to litigate them right in, the more the things that the Democrats have to go through the That the other Democrats have created, the more they're going to vote. Republican 19 eighties an example that a lot of Democrats voted for Ronald Reagan. And that was a big difference. They are just feeding a dead horse if they don't switch parties, because that's the answer, I think. All right. Thank you, darling. Appreciate the call, But you know, uh, we wanted to switch parties, Of course, of course, and we want to register new people. That's the deal. You see if you can register 50,000 new people in the state of Maryland. That would be that would be doing and I mean, I always use things. Oh, I'm sorry. We got to take a break. We'll be right back, Nielsen says more than 30..
"more than 30%" Discussed on WTOP
"Youth for more than 30 years now the social worker is under arrest, accused of illegally videotaping a team. The victim told Fairfax County police. She first met 64 year old Henry Pacheco of Clinton about 10 years ago when she was a teenager, and he was employed as a social worker providing services to a member of her family. Detectives believe Pacheco began grooming the girl's family with gifts, vacations and his home for shelter. The victim told police about finding hidden recording devices in the bathroom and a bedroom of Pacheco. Home, which recorded her in various stages of undress. Police say a search of Pacheco's home turned up electronic and digital evidence. Pacheco was arrested on three felony charges, including unlawful filming of a minor Sarah Jacobs, w T. O P News and Fairfax County Police would like to hear from anyone who has information about this case or may have had inappropriate contact with Puccio. There was a major fire in Southeast took close to 100 firefighters to knock it down. Three town houses burned. It happened just before three o'clock on Ivory Walters Lane. Fans of Nats Park reported seeing the smoke from inside the stadium that was five miles away. No injuries have been reported. Eight people, though from three families have been displaced. Fire investigators along with a T, F and D C police and the Joint Arson Task Force, now investigating We are just five days into the school year in Montgomery County. Already 1000 students and staff have been sent home to quarantine after possible exposure to Covid. By Friday night, more than 40 Montgomery County Public schools reported cases where individuals had tested.
"more than 30%" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And I would also require in a school district that has a spike or a school district that has a school itself that then it would change. And then the principal could say public health will have to wear masks were all off the week. Wouldn't Wouldn't that be a little bit better than one size fits all pardon upon Well, First of all, we're a little bit closer than you might think. I like everything you said, and I would add something. If the local health department determines that there's a high rate of transmission in that community. Then I think masks or the bleeding. No argument from me. Um, if there's a high rate of transmission and a public health alert, which these people should be getting out, but otherwise, doctor, you're talking about the flu. So every year kids get the flu and they're in the schools. And, you know, as a British study showed, you know, five days or out of the flu, and the and the downside of the mask is substantial. Last word. Well, I don't think the downside of the mask is very substantial at all. And we have to remember every child who's infected and get sick for that family. It's 100% been over over 300 Children that have died of covid in the United States. We can keep that number even lower. If you know we we don't want it to grow. We want to keep that number as low as possible. All right, Doc. Thanks for taking the time. Really Appreciate it. It was very nice talk to you. We will sit here from Bernie and sit in the morning. You know, Nielsen says more than 30 million Americans.
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"Include acting on protests and a protest has been lodged by the Patrick Racing team, contending that winner Bobby Answer past cars illegally under the Yellow flag. Tom, what's next? Well right now during the race right now and later on this evening, we will be reviewing all the facts in this case as well as the entire results, and we'll post our official decision and results at eight o'clock tomorrow morning. That time This unofficial protest will be accepted if they still want to place it. If we may decide in their favor before it even is official. We may not if we don't. Then they can find a protest. We'll hear ever hearing. Okay, You're saying that you may decide to take action on this yourself passing out of the yellow what kind of a penalty or an adjustment might that incur? It could encourage much of the one lap penalty, which, of course, would take the victory away from Unser and presented to Mario Andretti. Okay, so it's been a long day at the track for all of us, and looks like it's gonna be a long night for the officials. At eight a.m. the following morning, you sack the sanctioning body for the race made the unprecedented decision to penalize answer one position for passing cars under the yellow flag, declaring Andretti the winner and ready, took the traditional day after photos of the yard of bricks and was the guest of honor at that night's victory, Banquet answered, didn't attend. And he was better at the can of worms he believed ABC had opened. They had Jackie Stewart. He didn't know anything about are rules, but they tell him what to say for our delayed race. So so the facials tell him what they say. And they said the officials for that was really stupid and really got us mad Still to come on heroes of the 500, a reversal of fortune and two friends go their separate ways. I mean, how many years is that? That we didn't talk a lot of years, you know, somewhere around 30 years More than 30 years. We didn't talk. And and I think that was sad. This is heroes of the 519 81. Indianapolis 500 on 93 wi be see, this is what's happening. Change in the mask policy at Purdue University masks will no.
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"More than 30% in February alone and impressive increase, admits the article. But quote that kind of price action is the exact opposite of what reserve investors air looking for, said chief Market strategist Mark Chandler. At Benning, Bannon or Bannockburn, Global for X. He said further, rather than making it more attractive as a reserve asset. It makes it less attractive because volatility is risk. I don't understand the words just came out of my mouth. Can you translate that? Were you able to pay attention to them? They love going around this word volatilities a lot, because yes, literally speaking, Bitcoin is follow. Tell the price goes up and it goes down, but The long term trend of Bitcoin is not volatile it all It is absolutely predictable. The prediction maybe wrong. Who knows what will happen tomorrow? But just based on the history of Bitcoin, the volatility is clearly In the upward direction, and they're saying that these people they're put off by the The risk involved in Cryptocurrency is too volatile. I see. Okay, so The part of what reserve investors are looking for is what threw me off. I know what a reserve investors so they define it in the next paragraph. Reserve investors such as Central Banks aren't looking for the biggest return. They look instead for value preserving investments because, you know, central banks are so concerned with preserving value. Well, I've got news for these banks then because Almost all of these media hit pieces against Bitcoin point out that it's not useful is a currency and it's best you seen as a store of value, Yes, but it's too volatile to be attractive to quote unquote reserve investors. But the big propaganda here in this article is to suggest that a central bank cares about preserving value. The point of the central bank is to debase Value. It's to take to steal value. It's to take value from your pockets and transfer it to their buddies in government and in corporate America. That's what the whole point of a central bank is. That's why they print more money, the process of printing the whether it's the U. S dollar or the Venezuelan Boulevard or or the euro. The whole point of the money printing process is a transfer of wealth. Yes, and they're very good at hiding it. And they've They've learned how to steal from people without them noted without the victim notice. That's right. If a banker came up to you and said Give me $100 with a gun to your head, you know you're being robbed. But if instead they do some behind the scenes, mathematics and inflation and stuff, and they make that $100 on Lee Worth $90. They still stole $10 from You Just can't see it. Yeah, you don't see it. You know what's happened, You know, so Thing, is it right? But you don't know you've been robbed and you are being robbed and it's the central banks. It's the federal government and the Federal Reserve Bank that have done this right. The Federal Reserve doesn't need to invest in anything. You don't need to hold any kind of investments. They could just print out every single dollar that they ever need. And you will be victimized by it as long as you're holding dollars, and it's not just the Federal Reserve Bank itself. It's all of the member banks. It's the Bank of America and the Wells Fargo that no longer have even a fractional reserve. Which meant that you know, they had to actually have some amount of money in order to write down alone for you. Right. It was a 9 to 1 ratio. I think they're 10 to 110%. But now that limits been erased because of covert 19, and they could just load out all of the money, whether they have it or not, And they literally are printing money from thin air. They're really just the.
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"And literally it got to the point where a tulip bulb was selling for the cost of a house until somebody said, You know, I can't imagine that I don't care how nice of irrigated To evolve. This is it can't be worth what a house is. In all of sudden, the whole thing collapsed. The same thing was going on with this. It was selling for over 60. According Morningstar's data that I was looking at that day It was selling for 60 Times book value. And historically, the S and P 500 is a 2.4. You know, so we're looking at a company that was selling for an insanely high price. And I just said, it's a matter of time before it comes down. I can't imagine will take too long. But I didn't know when. Well, and as as a Friday it was 63 77 a share from its high of $483 percent decline in value 80%. At one point, I thought it was interesting. It briefly became the largest company in the Russell 2000 Index said Not funny, You know, first it reminds me of Camelot briefed. Oy moment was Camelot. Wow. It briefly became the largest company in the index and then 80% decline in value. And they have this other guy. Carlos Diaz, 23 year old software salesman based in Atlanta, says his $3000 account is up more than 30% in the past year. But he says he's only starting to learn about how losses can offset gains and the timing issues that come to play. Well. I looked at this and my point here is this this is another didn't dangerous situation. Someone gets lucky and what they do is they attributed to skill. This is often what happens with investors again. Another person that happens to be interviewed because he happened to have a gain and happened to be at the right time in a stock that happened to be in the news. This guy is a software salesman, right? Now, I can only imagine that what a software salesman would be attracted to Would be maybe software stocks, maybe tech companies. I mean, that would be probably wouldn't What do you want to invest in? So what I did is I looked at how much that area The market is up over the last year because he made a 30% gain right? He's up 30% over the last year, probably thinking that he's pretty good at this investing thing. Yeah. Meanwhile, the I shares US Tech Fund Is up 45% over the same period of time. So that's a 15% relative loss is the way I would look at that. Everybody is a genius in a bull market. Now, I'm not suggesting that you go out and buy this fun now because it happens to be a 45%. It happens to be a period in time when technology stocks did well because of a virus. That happened to be ravaging America, creating a demand for people using technology companies, So they happen to get a lot of profitability from it. But again, yeah, back to the the you're talking about the tax ramifications of this. You know, it's the article says that nobody wants a loss, but the tax code allows investors put them to good use by offsetting capital gains. You know, So if a trader has a $10,000 capital gain and $9000 of losses after sales in the same calendar year than what they can do is they can offset the capital gain. With the law. So they got a $10,000 gain. And they got 9000 long lost Now they only have a $1000 game. And then what happens is Let's see if they've got though. On the other hand, $9000 in gains in 10,000 of losses, then they have a loss of 1000 bucks. Now what happens is, Let's say that you have a big big loss. You're one of these people that you didn't just mess up a little. You messed up a lot, And now you have a big loss. What? You're limited to $3000 against your regular income. Her. You carry that over, but that it may take you exactly get benefit from that loss. So you have the pain of losing Yeah, but it is my story of the old thing that says, you know, we used to do with the coin. You go to your friend. Hey, want to play? You know, we'll flip the coin Has I win? Tails you lose. It's a government heads. They win, tails you lose, and I mean they get the benefit either way. Well, in the other thing the article brought up too, which is something you need to think about when you're doing this is you know when you have an income and you get paid, your employer well in the government requires them to take out. Tagged with holdings. Yes, withholding tax so that at the end of the year you don't really usually have a surprise when you're finally right now, with all of these people that have any gain? Sure. And very often it is short term gain. So it's ordinary income at the highest rate, right? Nobody is withholding anything for that. So you can have a real shocking tax. Billa's well Yeah, yeah, And you're not thinking about that. But then all of a sudden you have to pay taxes at the end of the year, and you don't have any withholding. You got women. Uh, Yeah, And, you know, you know, I didn't think about this. But what if Gosh, I guess yet if you had a gain in one year, just kind of thinking through this, and you had taxes on it. And then you owe taxes and you pay the taxes in the following year. But you happen have lost all your game. Three minutes? Yeah, because you invested in my goodness, you know? Yeah, that could Wow. What? What a problem. That could be a big problem. Wow. Yeah, yeah, that that could be a real issue. So, um Yeah. This This could be a real problem. And, you know, I thought it was interesting. They also brought up how Let's say that you You could. Let's say.
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"President elect Joe Biden is laying out his plan to get the economy back on track. Amid and out of control pandemic number of top economists has shown even our debt situation will be more stable. Not less stable if we seize this moment. Vision and purpose. That $1.9 trillion plan includes direct payments of $1400 to most Americans, by now also wants to increase the federal unemployment benefit to $400 a week and raise the federal minimum wage. $15 a now our major airlines are banning check firearms on flights to Washington ahead of the inauguration. Southwest Delta, United and American are among the airlines not allowing travelers to check their firearms on flights to D. C. Delta CEO says all of the airlines are on high alert since the right of the U. S. Capitol. The FBI director is offering his first public assessment of last week's chaos at the Capitol. In a briefing yesterday, Director Christopher Wray says that anyone who carried out violence will be found looking at individuals. May have an eye towards repeating that same kind of violence that we saw last week. I mean, from January 6th alone we've already identified over 200 suspects. So WeII know who you are, if you're out there On FBI agents were coming to find says the FBI is monitoring extensive online chatter about the inauguration and his passing that information on to local authorities. Political reports this Sunday's inauguration rehearsal has been postponed due to security concerns. More pharmacy technicians are being trained to give people the cove in 19, vaccine vaccine advisor for the CDC says that we need Mauritz inspectors to speed up the vaccine rollout in the U. S. And in their words, it's all hands on deck. CDC says more than 30 Million doses of covert vaccine have been distributed, but only about 11. Million of them have been administered. President elect Biden plans to roll out his vaccine to roll out the vaccine to 100 people. Million people in the 1st 100 days in office. The plan being unveiled today by the president elect of Eugene's Ryan Burrow looks at the rollout, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health, just over 90,000 of the nearly 13 Million Illinois residents have been fully vaccinated for covert 19. It's less than 8/10 of 1%. The only area counties with over 1% of its population vaccinated are DuPage and Winnebago counties, both with slightly over 1% governor Pritzker is expected to soon lay out statewide plans for phase one be distribution, which would include those over 65 essential workers. Rolling number of daily vaccinations has continued to climb now at more than 26,000 Day. Experts say 2020 was the second hottest year on record. The National Oceanic.
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"To make an offer for the UK gambling company, maintains sources tell us the deal would be for more than $10 billion, and Tane is currently MGM Online betting partner. The two companies formed a joint venture in 2018 to capitalize on the growth of online betting a merger would consolidate control off that operation. Contain. Shares jumped 28% last year, giving it a market value of $9.1 billion. Meanwhile, MGM shares fell 5.3% in 2020 Tesla will begin deliveries of its Shanghai made model. Why SUV this month to customers in China company CEO Elon Musk said it has the potential to outsell all other. Tesla makes Company also launched a modified model three sedan. China is Tesla's largest market. That's after the United States. Sales in China of Tesla vehicles topped 120,000 units last year. Tessa is still ramping up production in Shanghai, and it's prompting analysts to forecast Growing contribution to Tesla's future sales and earnings. They could be an answer to the covered 19 vaccine shortage that the United States is facing, especially when it comes to health care workers and essential workers that are next in line to get the vaccine. In many places we get more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Operation Warp speed chief adviser doctor amounts of slowly says Instead of holding the second dose in reserve, there's a good possibility. Cambridge based Wilderness Vaccine could be split in half and still be effective. You think half of those two people between the age of 18 and 55 to those have those we know it induces identical immune response to the handed microgram does slowing. Speaking on CBS's face the Nation heard here on Bloomberg Radio. Wilderness stock fell more than 30% in December, but it's still ended up more than 430% on the year. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg deeper, Keisha Well, the Trump administration has again nominated duties Shelton to the Fed's board of governors You might remember nearly two months ago, her nomination failed in the Senate nonetheless. Shelton is being nominated along with another 30, others submitted by the White House. It's unclear when the Senate will vote on Shelton. Given the outcome of the runoff races in Georgia, now for of President. Trump's picks have been added to the seven member board of governors during his term in office. The most recent being Christopher Waller. He is a former research director at the ST Louis Fed, and that happened last month. We just got a bit of a data dump here in Asia. Let's get all the latest and what's happening in markets with Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, Brian? Yes, Julian, I'd say the standout for the eye HS Market. PM Eyes was Taiwan in December. Manufacturing PM I 59.4 that was a big bump up from the 56.9 that we saw in November. Others that were pretty solid. The Australia December manufacturing P M. I was 55.7, although that was a little bit under the 55 8 still a very solid number. South Korea unchanged at 52.9 and the G. Boone Bank December Manufacturing JAPAN P M. I was at 50 vs 49 in November and a little bit more color, I suppose on the GDP numbers in Singapore for all of 2020 shrinking 5.8%. That was a little bit better than the estimate of minus 6%. The economy shrank at a slower pace in the fourth quarter due to a smaller contraction in construction and services, and we did see a fairly reasonably nice balance in manufacturing there. Now onto the markets. It's a little bit mixed here. We've actually got stocks down in Japan, The Nikkei is trading off now. 7/10 of 1%. Shares of leisure and restaurant chains Down Aneka report had said that the Tokyo metropolitan government is going to ask restaurants too close no later than 8 p.m., too. To curb the pandemic spread, and we know that some of these economies are tightening up a little bit. That said there is still some optimism over the vaccine rollout and on economy is recovering in the new year. The ASX is up 62 points. That's 9/10 of 1% got a late start in Seoul. In terms of the dollar. It's weaker by 1/10 of a percent. Yield on the 10 year 93 basis points and wt I crewed 48 42 so down 2/10 of 1% while Bitcoin is trading at 32,542. All right, Jules Back to you. Thanks. Brian. President Trump has increased the pressure campaign to get the Georgia secretary of State to reverse the vote. Kelly in the state. Let's get to it. Baxter and sentences go with all the global news it. Yeah, Juliette. This is audio obtained by Bloomberg. The president tried different tax from controlling the threatening to Talking with Secretary of State Brad Rapids burger looking specifically not for fraud, but a specific number of votes, so it would flip Don't well, I want to do is this by just wanna find Uh, 11,780 Vote, which is one more that we have saying, There's nothing wrong with saying that there's been a recalculation. Do you think it's possible that they shredded balance in the focal county? Because that's what the rumor is, and also that Dominion took out machines and then directly threatening. You know what they did, and you're not reporting it. That's it. You know, that's a Criminal. That's a criminal offense and you know you can't let that happen. That's that's a big risk to you. And to Ryan, your lawyers. That's a big risk. Yeah, unthreatening criminal liability if they don't find the votes now, Secretary Rapids Burger responded after the tirade quote. The challenge that you have is that the data you have is wrong. Citizens for responsibility and ethics watchdog group called an impeachable offenses and a written statement. It says the president has been caught on tape trying to rig Presidential election. Now some Republicans say that he may Mr Trump actually be undermining the Republican turnout for the special election in two days rations, Berger says they expect a huge turn. Parties are fully engaged in this. We're expecting a big turnout on Tuesday and Wednesday is the day the U. S. Congress will certify the votes for the Electoral College. It's all but counted that Joe Biden will be certified. The question left is how much of a battle a small group of Republicans will wage. Meanwhile, in the House, Nancy Pelosi has been re elected House speaker as the new session of Congress commands. She won more, Um, narrow majority progressives argued for a new generation of leadership. Republicans nominated Kevin McCarthy to run against her. China is saying it is hoping to develop a dialogue with the U. S in the new year, Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie says Foreign Minister Wang Ye says there is a definite window we the Chinese will ready to sit down and talk already, toe start constructive dialogue. We want to have good relations. With the United States. He calls it a window of hope, saying that to have faced very difficult relations after strong complaints last week from many corners of the rollout of the vaccine in the U. S was way behind schedule. Dr Anthony Fauci. Today on ABC says he feels now there is a catch up. We're not where we want to be little it no doubt about that. But I think we can get there. If we really accelerate, get some momentum going and see what happens. As we get into the first couple of weeks of January, But he says the federal government has to cooperate with state. This leave the states on their own without any help without to the instruction without any resource is is going to be tough. You've got to have a combination of both. You have to have a real interaction, a real partnership. Between the federal government in the states, and he says that vaccines could be administered an efficient way. By the end of summer. A herd immunity can be reached and some form of normality in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. All right, doesn't it? Thank you and let's get to Global sports. Dan Schwartz Simmons With US final day of the regular season in the NFL, you can tell me about that in a moment. Ronaldo, meantime. Helping you vent his dominate. Yeah, that's correct, Doug. When all the scores embrace he leads the event is to 4 to 1 victory over Houdin AZ event is, of course, right there..
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"Can depend on us way are the voice of New York 7 10 W. O R an I Heart radio station. We have 60 degrees. Cloudy skies of one o'clock. Good morning. I'm Steve Greenfield, once the hardest hit area of America here in New York, we've worked to reduce the spread and flatten the curve. But now they covert rate. It's on the rise again. In the original epicenter of the pandemic in this country, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo warning another pause could be on the way we are now. Worried about overwhelming the hospital system. Every hospital has to identify retired nurses and doctors now. We're already experiencing staff shortages, more doctors, nurses and patients spending Thanksgiving in cramped covert awards than almost anyone thought possible. ABC chief National correspondent Matt Gutman violent that reports to weigh tolling begins on the varies Oh, no bridge Today The chains comes after more than 30 years of their only being a charge going westbound in Staten Island. Several New Yorkers did like to use the eastbound passage to get out of paying a double toll. Now that's unavoidable. Most drivers with easy pants will be charged a little over $6 in each direction, except for Staten Islanders, who only have to fork over to 75 each way. Those without easy past will pay. 9 50 police in New Jersey are searching for the suspects who gunned down a rapper in broad daylight. The New York Post has surveillance video showing to master men walking toward Corey. Hump ins, also known as triple Beans. He was just 29 years old. The man who fell through a sidewalk while waiting for a bus in the Bronx, is suing New York City along with that building's landlord. It was back in late October, when Leonard Shoulders fellow these 15 ft. Crowned open up it East one 83rd Street and Third Avenue. The 33 year Olds lawyer says he was terrified to open his mouth and scream quite frankly. Because he was faced with rats the size of small dogs while waiting for help. First responders spent roughly a half hour trying to get shoulders up from that sinkhole. Last hour, we told you about Corona virus related rules, in effect to see the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in person. In addition for the first time in nearly 160 years, Santa Claus is not greeting visitors at Macy's Herald Square this holiday season more from Lisa G. It started back in the.
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"Edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noelle King. Good morning, General Chuck Boyd served in the Air Force for more than 30 years. He was a prisoner of war in Vietnam for seven of those years. Boyd's job required him to avoid talking about politics. But now he's retired, and he's decided that democracy needs his voice. This lifelong Republican endorsed Democrat Joe Biden, and he told Rachel Martin that it's because of President Trump. As I watched him over the years. My unease with his presidency has increased. Increased to the point that I believe Now our democracy will be in shatters. By the time he has served two terms And so I'm reticent about Getting involved in presidential politics. By any military men. In this case. Keeping out of the political process is something I just I don't feel I can do. I understand that. Take us back to the moment you decided that you didn't need to come forward. I think the point in which He began telling the American people that the election process itself Was fraudulent. That male in Valentin was A disaster. It was terrible. I thought if our citizens lose faith in how they go about electing their leaders Then democracy itself. Is that risk a deep risks. That's a point in which I said I I've got to get involved in this in some way. Are there specific policy decisions or rhetoric that he has used over the last four years? That makes you concerned about a second trump term. Well, this is a man who came to office massively ignorant about Our own government works. Now the world works. And he demonstrated That he was not interested in experts helping him develop rational policies. But what really worries me and this is one of the objectives of the Russians for a long time is to cause people to lose faith in democratic processes. A lot of other countries. Fragile democracies look to the United States as an example of democracy in action, and when they see our democratic processes Not functioning. Then I think other nations lose faith in their own process. I want to ask about an Atlantic magazine story that was published a few weeks ago. This story reported using anonymous sources quoting President Trump, calling members of the U. S military who died in war, quote, suckers and losers and on another occasion on a visit to Arlington Cemetery, he reportedly said he didn't understand quote what's in it for them? I should say. The president has denied these statements. But considering your long tenure in the air force as a former prisoner of war, who spent seven years alongside Senator John McCain in Vietnam as a POW How did you respond to that? I found it sickening. And I believe it by the way. To know that the commander in chief holes those who serve In disdain. That's a knife right straight. So the hard really any military, not just military men and those who serve their nation. To commit their lives. Serving the national security. Of this country. To call those people, suckers. Is one of the most disgusting things I can imagine. That's one of the reasons I've made a commitment to support and endorse. Joe Biden for president. I am confident that after four years with the Biden presidency We will have a healthy Working functioning democracy of that I'm certain General Chuck Boyd. We so appreciate your time and thank you for your service, sir. My pleasure. A revered singer of Iran has died. Mohammad Reza's surgery on was 80 and so famous in Iran. He was untouchable even by the authoritarian government to protest a disputed election in 2009. He asked the government to take his popular music off the radio, and they did. It was a big.
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