30 Burst results for "One Hundred Eighty Days"
US court order to house LA Skid Row homeless overturned
"A federal appeals court has overturned a judge's sweeping order that Los Angeles county quickly find homes for people living in the notorious Skid Row district the ninth circuit court of appeals says the federal judge who is overseeing a major lawsuit on homelessness in Los Angeles made errors in his April ruling basing an injunction honest self research theory that racism led to the homelessness crisis but that's not what the plaintiffs had been claiming judge David O. Carter also slammed local officials for their inability to contain an increase in homelessness giving them one hundred eighty days to find housing for those on Skid Row the lawsuit was filed by business and property owners who allege that some sixty six thousand people living on the streets of Los Angeles county create a dangerous environment I'm Jackie Quinn
Judge: Deputies Fired Over School Massacre to Get Jobs Back
"Two Florida deputies who were fired for in action during the parkland school massacre in twenty eighteen are expected to get their jobs back the Broward county circuit judges ruled deputies Brian Miller and Joshua Stambaugh should be reinstated to their jobs with the back pay the ruling is based on a one hundred eighty day deadline for taking disciplinary action against law enforcement officers which was missed in both cases both law enforcement officers were faulted for waiting outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school instead of rushing in and confronting gunman Nicholas Cruz a third deputy was also fired not only for driving away from the scene but also for failing to write up a tip that Cruz had been making threats on social media about shooting up a school I'm Jackie Quinn
Judge Orders L.A. To Provide Shelter for Skid Row Residents
"A federal judge has ordered los angeles to find housing. For all of the homeless people now camped on skid row. World's policeman reports judge david. O carter gave the city and los angeles county one hundred eighty days to come up with shelter for the more than sixty six thousand people now. Living on the streets women and children must have housing within ninety days. The order came a day after. La mayor eric. Garcetti pledged to spend nearly one billion dollars over the next year to address the problem. Carter ordered garcetti to put that money in an escrow account and gave the mayor seven days to come up with a spending plan. the judge's ruling stems from a lawsuit filed last year by a group of business owners residents and community leaders. It accuses a city and county of failing to address the desperation that homeless people face. Garcetti said he shared the judges sense of urgency but didn't know whether his proposed solution was feasible. An attorney representing ally county said it might
Judge orders LA to offer shelter for homeless on Skid Row
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge orders Los Angeles to offer shelter for the homeless on Skid Row a federal judge has ordered Los Angeles city and county to find shelter for all un housed residents on Skid Row within one hundred eighty days in addition judge David O. Carter ordered an audit of any spending related to the homeless crisis in Los Angeles Carter who is overseeing a sweeping lawsuit about homelessness in Los Angeles delivered a one hundred ten page order slamming the ineffective response by authorities Carter also ordered one billion dollars that mayor Eric Garcetti vowed to spend on homelessness over the coming year to be placed in escrow as of January twenty twenty there were more than sixty six thousand four hundred homeless people in Los Angeles county with forty one thousand of them within the Los Angeles city limits hi Mike Rossio
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"I've smoked cat houses. Yes yes yes smells like money. Maybe not you. Don't wanna smell that money and you can get rid of that smell. But that's a much bigger problem. You definitely don't want to buy a house then seeing if you're a first or second time homebuyer surely don't wanna be surprised by that right. You wanna go in with your eyes wide open with those kinds of things and your nose wide open to. I've been in houses right now. You have to wear a mask. I've been in houses. I can smell that through my mask. This is not a good house. What well let's talk about something here. You know because we're an extreme. We're an extreme part of the seller's market. I think right now in general and and who knows how long it's gonna continue the seller's market because new for ten more years it could be over tomorrow so it doesn't mean it doesn't necessarily mean that it's not a time to buy and the market stuff we can get into a whole thing around that but you know in the current reality there are some listings that are getting offers that say hey. I'm not even going to inspect the property. I'm going to buy it exactly as is our. I'm going to buy with all cash. Those types of things and to me with that says for a first time home buyer is like hey if a good deal in your market to you is the one property that sold the last one hundred eighty days that meets your criteria. You might be waiting a long time before you buy your first home. Then you'd better be prepared to wait a few years because you might get out on those types of things. If you've got five to ten in the last one hundred eighty days you might lose on one two three of those properties but within the next six months you've probably hit your winner and find it and get it and so it just kind of understanding those odds and those types of things and knowing that hey like no mindy and i are not going to sit here and a lower advise you to buy your first home. The biggest financial decision.
How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster
"Squawk pod president. Trump's Day of pardons and commutations clemency for former Illinois Governor Blagojevich. And if you're asking me what my party affiliation is. I'm a trump credit and junk bond king. Mike Milkin we hear from Jim. Stewart the journalist who wrote the book on the nineteen eighties insider trading scandals. These particular Crohn's did create tremendous amount of collateral damage. The nation's top antitrust enforcer making delver hime on the controversial sprint t mobile merger. This is serious stuff. This affects the economy. It affects millions of jobs and the corona virus outbreak hitting small business one Amazon seller with factories in China. We really expect the disruption to Be hitting US hardest actually next month in March and April. Those stories plus some birthday celebrations. Where are the fireworks and balloons? They got nothing I asked for those. I'm CNBC producer. Katie creamer it's Wednesday. February nineteenth twenty twenty. Squawk pod begins right now standbys. Joe In three she one of my good morning and welcome the squawk box here and I live from stage in the star of stage and screen. Kelly is with us this morning. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. You still on the exchange later. Are you still doing? I have done the exchange and we tried to keep the warm. I'm Joe Kernan. That's interesting we both done. The Exchange Kelly Evans is the star of the essential here today. Because Becky is off But just for today and then you got a long day not that not that long and join us for the next two hours. Liz Young probably has a long day. You have to go to work if there's going down. And you're directing all markets really and you're directing all market strategy. Advan y Mellon that takes time dow down. That's traveling salesperson. Okay that's all right too big client or something a few of them. Yeah who'll be there till Friday so you'll be there you can close the deal. Is that what you do you know how to do that? I guess I'm GonNa try stockbroker you know how you got to ask alternative choice questions. You'd like to buy this better for you and I like that. I can answer alternative of choice. Quite you do show. She doesn't get on a plane unless there's money to be new but you do everything you do should be closing though you should close more. You should be closing. I'm close did you see. What is it close? Gary you are. You couldn't stay away yesterday. Called in you had to go to news it was. It was actually did that work but I appeal for your vacation. Day since you essentially worked yesterday and you did not have the day off on the same emails that was you didn't get it. Thank you for your half day. I hadn't even thought about very good idea. Who's a very good idea to comfortable with this calling in? Yeah Yeah our colleagues at some other places as is it. One hundred and eighty. Well you gotTA stand at the end of city one hundred eighty days. If you're going to have. Could you eighteen the tax rate? Would you come clean or would you pretend that you're here? Would you let him pretend Bingo? I WanNa tell you about chairs of Blue Apron because they are swinging wildly after yesterday's close. Here's tapping here's what happened. Rather the company said it is exploring strategic options. That's usually euphemism for yet. Just putting itself on the Block. Basically the company coming up that announcement coming after its fourth quarter. Report showed ninety four million dollars in sales and a net loss of nearly twenty two million dollars. Customers fell from five hundred fifty seven thousand twenty eighteen to three hundred fifty one thousand by the end of two thousand. Nineteen the meal kit to deliver service. That it's considering merging with other companies and raising more money stock initially surged twelve percent. But now I can see that stock is now off eight percent. And that's what happens when you push up your sales through marketing. They were spending spending. But here's what blows me away. I get advertisements for new meal kit companies. I don't know about all the time ones. I've never even heard of anybody getting into this business. I don't know I've never used it and use it here and there but basically what I get a free week or something in and those big cards in the mail. There's a new one every week. I don't know who thinks that they're gonNA be able to make money if the biggest one in the industry could make your point Andrew unless they were constantly marketing from direct to consumer come. They're all realizing. Oh my gosh. If we don't plaster the entire world with ads constantly on every podcast any maybe we should get him on the spot. If some more if I do a meal kit it's going to be neutra systems can just. That's a different different kinds of things. The Diet Kim died Kim. But I'm saying if I ever were for men right. There's a different one for men. I think. Yes has more calories. I see guys get really thin on TV. I've watched you've seen that I have. They ever has lot. Does it work do you
How to Build a Great Product Strategy
"Today I wanted. I wanted to talk about something that I have found very valuable in my career. So far I have used a lot of these frameworks and a lot of these things to decide on how to build my product and how to strategize on how things should be digging to market and other aspects of it. So let's do the first sort of case study that I want to cover The Yours Twenty twelve. The company is Reliance Jio so let me let me add some context on on the market and company. I so reliance. Jio Is a Internet company in India Indonesia twelve they got the license for For Operating Four G. services throughout India India did not have four G. Services at that time name and so- GIO is really looking to make a big splash in this market. A little bit about the market itself. So India yeah at that time despite having one billion people only at one hundred thirty seven million Internet users so penetration was pretty low about eleven percent. It was growing pretty quick so twenty six percent year on year growth but still sort of a waste to go in terms of smartphone own Benadryl that was even lower so only sixty seven million smartphone users in India at that time about six percent of doral telecom users had smartphones at the time. So so here's here's my question based on all of that. What kind of Guy Chris? Thanks do you guys think would be the best selling points for the net brought up in this market and context six. Okay yeah okay. What else if you think of like four G.? Internetwork were what comes to mind first speed video. Yeah exactly so so. That's that's pretty much the the sort of lines that going on now you know fi- five speeds hard. We get this to more people low latency connectivity those kinds of things in terms of thinking of competitors who who do you think our main competitors would be in this market. Yeah Yeah Yup do G and three G service providers. Yeah Yeah so yup that that's kind of how we were thinking about our market and competitors at. Ah Dime this is. This is the list of Delegation players in India. At the time. How how would you segment the this this market in terms terms of customers? Like how would you decide what kind of customers to go for And you know like what kind of products bill for customer segments etcetera so. Yeah Okay Yeah. And so you're saying basically based on the industry or based on if it's a B. Two B. versus COSC-. Yeah okay. Yeah but I'm trying to get to a dimension or very level over this like what are the dimensions age is one thing. Yeah yeah over. New Rule like income levels those kinds of things so yeah all of those are the sort of demographic characteristics that we were looking at This is where we we sort of hit. Hit some roadblocks so we figured out all of this was wrong. We figured that and this was. It's not a novel concept if you when you look back on it but sort of thinking Ford. It's always something that you miss. Don't think about which is that. People don't want a jail because they want the drill. They want the drill because they want the whole right people want to hold. They don't want the drought so in the same way for us. What we realized is people don't want Internet? They want stuff that they can do with that. Internet smartphone penetration was only sixty million people. What what are we going to do by giving people for gene demand if they don't have smartphones if they don't have gone to undefeated if they don't have things the use that four G. Internet four so we started doing was instead of instead of segmenting our customers by Democrat demographics or products and services? We moved to this jobs to be done kind of framework and figuring out. What is the job that these customized need to get done that they wanted to hire Gio and the Internet for we started segmenting bull in terms of you know first time users people who want to buy the smartphone for this first first time people who love watching TV and they may be worn get more if the content side of things people want to connectivity? They won't let things like Connecting to their friends and family having high-speed video galling etc.. So should that's when we start. We shifted our mindset to thinking about. How do we move away from the guy at Christie's of Internet itself but we start talking about what is the the actual jobs to be done? That people were higher Gio for and that's that's what I talked about so so we talked about content. We talked about videos does overseers. We talked about Payment Solutions Shopping Devices all of those things and this is what we ended up launching and sort of actually building so twenty four dean. We launched a smartphone which was the cheapest smartphone. The one This this smartphone I think was about seventy dollars. Unlocked contract It it was the way to sort of build our our market because our market wasn't the one point two billion people in India the people who have smartphones and an ability to consume four G.. Internet so oh so. That's what we did. We only launched the the phone. We didn't even launch for services at this point. Two years later is when we launched a slew of applications nations. Gone Dan Services all of these things that will build on top of this new four G. Wound saying if yours all this great stuff if you WanNa take advantage of all of this stuff. The four G. is sort of the bare bones infrastructure which you need to get to these products and these jobs Do Redone so so just the close out. This case Gio ended up launching their telecom services in sixteen it was the fastest elegant launch success excess in the world We got one hundred million customers in the fourth one hundred eighty days of launch I think the GM was like last week and they. They're at three learned. Forty million now so that the second biggest alcon provider in the world today that's the that's the internet usage that so so all right when GIO launched went up NYNEX in in a matter of you know six months so the demand was there. People were willing to use the WH- we're willing to use the bandwidth as long as you give them something to do with that Before that people didn't have anything to do with with the content and with the bat. Excuse me with the bandwidth. That was out there. So so that's like the big shift that we saw in the market and then obviously below Like behind all of this was the content itself so we saw not just the GIO APPS but even competing providers see big spikes in their usage and the way that they were benefiting the market
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is leaving the company for good.
"Former uber CEO Travis Kalanick will resign from the newly public companies board next week effectively severing ties with the ride hailing company he co founded a decade ago over once considered the world's most valuable startup turbo charged the gig economy is logged over fifteen billion trips since twenty ten Kalanick co founded over in two thousand nine but was ousted as chief executive in the summer of two thousand seventeen after series of management and sexual harassment scandals he stayed on as a member of the board until the announcement Kalanick recently sold more than two point five billion dollars worth of shares in the company more than ninety percent of his holdings after a one hundred eighty day lock up period following the company's may initial public offering for you as a radio news I'm
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on Reboot Revolution
"Fifteen minutes to an hour you put into it is one hundred eighty days worth of teaching and kids actually wanting to go onto math when he'd go on can we play a hoot so it's it's it's it's all built up and getting giving over the first few hurdles of technology he has now it's regular word amidst something we didn't really have in the first ten years of my teaching yeah we talk a lot in our department about the short term pain of what you're talking about setting up those little pictures but the long term gain being the good part of that short term pain for long-term gain sort of is technology it really is a does take some some up it takes some training it takes some time and patience to get it rolling but once you do it can save you so much time so let's talk about the time at saving you and the things that you're able to do with your Eli Block because of Technology we came in to watch your students and they were on read works I believe the daily became just which is a pretty basic program but it does mirror testing so your students were in and they were working independently on reading tests and you were walking around and I want you to talk about the interactions and what is happening what is really happening in that moment that it with technology particularly early and your interaction with students that you couldn't have done without the tech absolutely would you guys didn't get a chance to see was the prep-work my differentiated teaching started with the assigning of read works he can choose lexi's for kids so that they can be success full and they can grow so Nyeri child was doing the same story summer working on at a different standard which that benchmark testing brought out so I had set up their independent learning which turned into the correlation with me working with them as walked around I was maybe talking to student one and saying you need to check question number two because I can see if they got the question right or wrong and through reading the passage before they came in I could give him a hint on okay maybe you need to go back to paragraph two and look for a keyword in the question so that was I part of in the second part of it's the the best because I get a chance to watch them type in their essay answers and there's usually three of them and and I have a writing conference with every single student during that time which imagine ten years ago that's three days of trying to get every kid a writing conference where they're going grow grow as a writer and be more successful so yet just just just basically you quick results which kids want they they want they need that made miata monitor and adjust to help them differentiate their learning reteaching was happening right in there in that same fifty five minute block and then recourse on their writing and then I teach how to cite passages in their answers during the same time I walk over to student three into let's look at us look at your first sentence where did you find that fact what was in paragraph one accord into paragraph one right that's the way you need to write that so there are so so much that that ends up successfully for kids at the end of those fifty admits where I couldn't do if I said okay here's a story it's out of our basal it seventeen pages I think it's Kinda cool on and on and they're going Oh we have to work sheets with it okay and we're GonNa make a web diagram and we're GONNA do ten words vocabulary that turns them off and to have him do the digital and work at their pace and also six of the kids were listening to it audio the Audio version which which is again you're differentiated teaching without saying look what I'm doing look what I'm doing I'm differentiating and it's happening right then and there so you're you're you're covering a lot of hurdles in just one lesson so that's what read works is is really good for that by common lit if you want to get to that later Ooh they're they're thematically based you have to have the central idea and then the next question is you have to find proof of that and if you miss one you miss too so that really prepared us with common lit I have the opportunity again to exile to choose state standard to choose student student interests and so I've I've got my different differentiated levels working what with that I don't see the questions until the end where they got them right or wrong they have to submit so as students submit I conference with them let's go back I can look at question one and two because you got part of your support right and you got your central theme right but you missed your second party or support so I get a conference with them right then and there and then they have an essay at the end and I get to do that with them interactive so again there's the keyword it's all interactive teaches you're not sitting not watching And I think they enjoy that so well it's funny because you mentioned cahoots a lot of teachers get started with technology with a hoot and it's a great place to start because it's simple it's easy to set up it's not it's not terribly challenging kids love it it's heist success but it's a tool it's it's one tool and I feel like sometimes when teachers here about tools they do the same thing you did where they go oh my gosh I don't have time to set that up to stress out it's too much and that's legit it is a lot sometimes and I totally respect that and then you have another way to use technology where you give it to the students in new sit back at your desk and grade papers and you know we've seen it both ways yeah and no judgement there's just different ways of teaching I love that you've sort of found the middle place where real authentic antic teaching is taking place and it's not you standing up being a sage it's not the students isolate working alone but you are walking around real time specific data that you're using to give the students feedback and I think that is incredibly powerful piece yes so what you're doing is super remarkable and what I want is for you to tell me a little bit about the your room setup because you are easily able to move around the room but I also noticed that you do not have your teacher desk front and Center in the room tell me a little bit about your your intention -ality with setting your room up the way it is first of all I didn't want to be in front of the kids all the time because they need to see what I'm talking about not me so to do that I moved I moved to small computer desk over to the side so that I was at an angle looking at the kids but the smartwatch was in front of them and on that I have my my laptop my my computer mounted are elevated so that I can use it as my camera and I have other two other screens where I can have my have my have have my online math book with the kids and I can manipulate it by writing on it and and showing them things from the side of the room yeah and they don't have have eye contact so that was a big part of my changing and teaching because at first I had a stand up stand up desk and I stood right in the middle of the room and and they were on the sides and they couldn't see most the time yeah so that was a big part of using my room space which I know is is something were observed on okay look at the screen they're they're in such a habit of looking at the teacher and they would turn around and look at me and I would say you guys I'm not what you need to hit me they want so badly to look at the teacher and I just think that's an ingrained thing in them and I you know Kane and I when we were in watching you you're moving around that room you you were not stationary I think that's really important What is St students need to know you're differentiating how will we know they learned it you're making you're seeing that instant data and then you're taking action based on whether or not they learn it and then you're able to take it down whatever road you need to for intervention and I think that's really remarkable so hey tim I just WanNa thank you so much for being here you are a revolutionary teacher whether you want to believe it or not and we just want to thank you for being here have a fantastic October break my pleasure the teacher who should be featured on the show please contact us at the I. T. Dot L. Y. Flesh reboot.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"With traffic reports that are always right on the money this is Atlanta's biz eleven ninety now the new house Democrats have ratcheted up their impeachment inquiry into president trump was subpoenas of the White House and vice president Mike pence The New York Times reporting there may be a potential second whistleblower as vaping illnesses around the nation of top one thousand Jeff mackay reports are again has now become the latest state to ban certain types of vaping products Oregon governor Kate brown signed an executive order that bans the sale of flavored vaping products for one hundred eighty days brown released a statement saying her move was to keep unsafe products off store shelves and out of the hands of organs children state records in Oregon show at least eight people have suffered serious respiratory illnesses and two people have died willing to vaping nationwide there have been twenty one deaths confirmed from eighteen states related to vaping on Friday the food and drug administration wave the warning flag officially warning consumers to stop using T. H. C. vaping products Hey. you're listening to Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio I'm June Grasso the bankruptcy of the Thomas cook group the company whose founder is credited with inventing the modern tourist industry is being blamed on brexit a series of bad management decisions and unsustainable debt level perhaps however it's worth looking at Thomas hooks failure as the beginning of the end of the tour is a model the company helped create here tells more about that model is Leonid Brzezinski a columnist for Bloomberg opinion tell us about the history of Thomas cook who he was and how is business involved he will he will basically away Baptist preacher from western New England or was passionately interested room. keeping the English people away from drinker and soul one way to do that because he thought was to give them traveling more and so he goes on to the business of organizing something that was pretty fashionable at the time which was train excursions people would just take the train for pleasure and go somewhere and then take walks and enjoy the scenery and enjoy themselves on the train and so from there he progressed to building this huge travel empire the pretty much invented towards muscle to close today what he invented it's called enclave tourism how it's different from just buying some tickets and going someplace to travel well. this was developed it became centers around the concept of the resort. which is the sort of complex stories from the structure imposed on the telephone right place he could have different types of accommodations for people of the with different and comes in with different budgets it includes transport options and concludes sight seeing options open close relationships with locals who served loose you for structuring is basically not really part of the community superimposed on it. not really part of the country or the culture or anything meaningful or anything that existed before the the resort was built up and that's why some researchers all with and cleave tourism you know we sort of leave these things are enclaves within countries and cultures Star visible to tourists that serve them so the Thomas cook bankruptcy is being blamed on brexit on bad management on debt levels but you think that it's more symbolic of a change in travel. speaking. not really a conclusion that we can reach right now because we can see the number is rising over hotel occupancy people are traveling more and there's basically more tourism so you can sleek looking at the statistics you can't say that the terms moreless dying but. selectable school was not because the company but also a symbol all of this way of traveling and then this forest industry that formed around this concept of the resorts and and you know these. superimposed infrastructures. perhaps the beginning of the end of this culture it's a small. W. occurs as a business trend but helps you feel full service you know it's a sort of with a sign of a deeper dissatisfaction with the the way people are traveling and with the way you know you go places without really coming into contact with anything but this infrastructure you also to talk about something I've never heard before flight shame is a term you use what's that word actually widespread sermon in Europe the space especially in Scandinavia people are. aim to fly because of the claim with input from the you know the carbon footprint in two weeks and people are taking trains more in places like Sweden airlines are. suddenly losing can come because of flight shame and is beginning to take hold in other places like Germany in the mobile and. you.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"There we go we've now got a I believe it's a one hundred eighty day warning I think it's a hundred eighty days I guess I'll check it in just a second I believe it's now a one hundred eighty day warning so we've gone from ten years all the way I don't know the twelve you warning of which were not even a year into it I think they've just said you know what school that takes too much time to take over take over the country we're down to I think it's a three month one hundred eighty day warning it's summer of course here they come so what happens is then the hundred eighty days I think it's a I will I'll get to the story just a minute okay I I I I'm in my in my this was like one of my first pieces of research that was at like two thirty in the morning so I'm a little giddy because you know long added today the the research and and and getting this program ready to go so are I'm gonna put aside my getting this for a second for a moment of seriousness ladies and gentleman now I have to set this up for you it's very short it's very quick it's a visual plus there's a tiny bit of audio which I'll let you hear that goes with it it's mostly visual but obviously we don't we're not individual business where in the audio business right because it's radio so let me set this up for you at a public school D. W. H. Madison high school in Dallas Texas there's a teacher not sure what grade she teaches it doesn't matter this is at a high school in Dallas Texas now you're gonna have to listen carefully but let me describe what's going on here okay have you seen this piece of video producer Ryan not yet okay anyway there's a up on the on the on the video screen there's a picture of a Donald Trump there's somebody as you're looking at somebody off to his right I I really honestly can't make out who this pride don't think it's Mike pence the picture is kind of blurry it's like a it's like a video image up on the video board so there is a teacher and she is hold on a second let me just see something real quickly here to to to to to to to to okay doesn't give the teacher's name she tweeted this out which is just incredible that she would tweet this out this is from peer Wolfinger posted this anyway this teacher at the W. H. Madison high school in Dallas Texas so there's an image of trump the somebody standing off to his right I can't tell who it is because it's you know that between the sunlight hitting this and the blurry miss but it you know it's a hobby you can tell trump I mean you can see anyway the teacher is holding a toy gun okay in her right hand all right so here's the set up video board picture of trump on a teacher at the W. H. Madison high school in Dallas Texas holding a gun in her a tough with a toy gun in a by the way I thought guns and toys I thought toy guns were just as bad as guns because you know having a toy guns leads you to violence ladies and gentlemen it's like you know if you grow up with GI Joe well I lied you'd want to be in the military which we just want to kill people anyway somehow this teacher no doubt opposed to guns has a toy gun now listen carefully because it's really short it's really short I'm gonna pop this up as loud as I can get it and the teacher with the gun is aiming the gun at the president of the United States.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Grand jury we have never handed investigation over this quickly modest says of the people arrested for murder last month in dallas known have been indicted we have people who have omitted to those crimes sitting in jail that hasn't gone to the grand jury monte claims dp rushed the investigation to avoid social unrest clayton neville k._l._i._f. news to fort worth kids ages five and seven have been seriously hurt after they got hold of a gun and their home off i thirty and beech street police say one is in stable condition but the other is critical after undergoing surgery recommend to keep weapons at a reach of children and always secure them and have them locked up take the officer ivan gomez there he says investigators believe it was an accident they're not looking for anybody to charge the ellis county sheriff's department is investigating the death of a baby in a hot car month old baby girl was found in a vehicle on the property and she was unresponsive sergeant joe fitzgerald says the texas rangers are assisting with the investigation no arrests have been made and it's not known how long the baby had been in the car that was fire rescue responded to a fire last night at the bella vista point apartments on delano road in east dallas three alarm apartment complex fire went to to alarms eight of the twenty four apartments were destroyed rene felton with the american red cross said they were there Cross responded to an apartment fire out in east Dallas where approximately forty residents were displaced overnight. according to fire investigators the fire began on the balcony of a third floor apartment nobody was injured a dallas police officer has been arrested for allegedly writing fake tickets officer matt rushing was charged with ten accounts of tampering with the government record the arrest came after an investigation by the department and an audit of the tickets he had written one person complaint he received multiple tickets for not registering attract that was parked at his house and not being driven rushing was reportedly one of the police departments leading ticket writers he received overtime pay as part of a federal grant for officers working traffic w._f._a._n. tv reports that grant has now been suspended mickey briggs kailai if news tarrant county prosecutors have dismissed hundreds of putt cases sign this month by governor greg abbott giving farmers a chance to produce legal ham the fort worth star-telegram reports that the tarrant county d._a.'s office asked to throw out about two hundred and thirty five misdemeanor marijuana cases filed since june tenth that now require lab tests this because most state crime labs cannot perform tests that can differentiate legal hip in hemp products from illegal products like pod a stipulation defined in the new law if a lab is found that can trace the difference then cases can be refiled kim lampkin k._l._i._f. news if you bought a mega millions jackpot ticket in the richardson area for a new year's day drawing go find it as a five o'clock today a winning ticket worth one million dollars will expire ticket was drawn january i bought at a seven eleven at forty one eighty east renner road near northstar road take it has to be claimed today and it says here claiming it by mail it must be post Smart for today. I don't mean anything personally. But if you put a winning lotto ticket in the mail, you're crazy. the the numbers on the unclaimed ticket or thirty three forty four fifty seven sixty two and seventy winning tickets expire after one hundred eighty days coming up on k._l._i._f. new movie reviews from frank sweet tick as always on on friday mornings you can talk about movie that amy and i are both interested in seeing and maybe you are too it's called yesterday frank will have that for us in just a few minutes right now it's eight ten at kale we know you're out there hiding in plain sight living a life of quiet desperation wondering if you're going to beat your money to the grave there's a better way a better life at lifestyles unlimited it's time to live the life.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"So much more on what the lakers are going to end should do with that money and the answer effects that may have on everybody else we'll get into that a little bit later but first let's do that thing you are so famous for being so damn trendy well you have the little sound effect to hit you hit the little sound effect I don't think professional today. i mean there's some days where i'm clearly a professional today's that they were i might be clearly not a professional it's a friday to thrive and even out the last couple of days the weekend's going to hit the plane was delayed the sound of the sounder what's trending you just mentioned it it's a battle for the ages coming in where we were all over the place mercer trending sound to battle for the ages this week this weekend not just between these two teams but between you and the u._s._a. faces france and the people women's world cup quarterfinals it's the first time the u._s. is playing a host nation the u._s. is thirty six one and five in the last forty two games but they're only loss was to france earlier this year i am nervous about this they do leave the all time series of versus france not seventeen three in three but france unbeaten in the last three meetings i don't know where to go with this strike yeah look all the experience is on the u._s._a. squad but you know since since this sort of began a lot of people thought france may have had the most talent and they'd had some bumps along the way here they had to do a via var review to make sure they got a goal in a game earlier otherwise that would have been problematic but as we talked about a few minutes ago i'm not sure where the pressure really is because i think that the u._s. is going to have for the first time is julie foudy will join us again later said last week with us it's been a home game every game for them it's been a home game in this world cup so far even though france for the u._s. this will most definitely not be a home game in paris today and i'm curious to see how the french team with all that talent and all those expectations deal with the weight of an entire nation rooting them on because they're trying to pull off something that's never happened before the men have the world cup on one side and the women are trying to join them as world cup champions and if they get by the u._s. there road is going to be a lot easier down the stretch this is by far the biggest test for them going forward so i'll be cheesy sports talk guy and say for a second remember the celebration where they did the golf clap right after we overreacted now but many people the americans i look at that and say that's a reminder that they hear and see everything that team particularly i think they here in see all of this i'm not sure france isn't the better team and they've already got swagger all all u._s._a. you're gonna come out fired up i feel good about this listen we'll find out i now i'm hoping that u._s._a. wins but this will be a very very tough test i know either way i'll be trash talking you next up on what's trending oh this is breaking news we haven't seen all year wait a minute yeah we have the mets have blown their fifth straight multi run lead closer windy as allow five runs in the night like this was about his heartbreak as it could get the mets come in they take the three one lead they go into the top of the inning it feels like things are going to be good and then it just oh just gets gross and it gets gross early and late in the game they blow yet another save this is the fifth straight multi run lead that they've blown it's just fall fallen apart trae and and i'm looking at trying to figure out what solves it all eyes are on the department that is mets baseball right now well listen in our extensive pre show meeting properties revving came up with a great stat the mets have now as you said flown a multi run lead in five straight games that the first team do that since the mets in twenty eleven i mean if nothing else they are on brand right now but yesterday might have been the bottom of the barrel and worst part about that is mickey callaway is having to do yeah this one's worse than the last one speech a lot and post game press conferences there they're all tough in the moment this one's things worse because it just happened you know this is a game that we all felt we really needed to win we put ourselves on again we put ourselves in a position to do that and we didn't get them and again the issue is what their philosophy is because one member of the big row they got into last week with where mickey had come back and apologize for not apologizing correctly a lot of that was precipitated by the idea they didn't want to bring in when v._s. outside of a ninth inning to get three outs and close the game part of that big trade they got when robbie can no came over from seattle d._s. came in as well well he threw thirty eight pitches yesterday thirty eight pitches right so a third thirty four excuse me thirty four pitches so if you're if you're willing to keep out there for thirty four pitches you certainly could bring him into the eighth inning every once in a while to get an extra out if you didn't want to so the philosophy is what we want to do and what we don't wanna do clearly seems to move daily with the mets and let's remember d has as you pointed out acquired hit fifty seven six toronto last year that was second most in m._l._b. history so it's not that it's just it hasn't fallen off it's falling away and i think he gave up with sixteen earned runs last year in seattle yes i think he's already given up seventeen and it's not even july i mean that is so mets and that and there's no good solution for that it's fallen apart for the mets i don't know how to fix it speaking of being on brain the yankees also brand No injuries. That's the other part of it. hope it's one of those work you know there's there's always the the homerun section of it but the injuries accident for the keys man the yankees as young carlos stanton not expected back until august he went on the ten day i'll with the strain posterior cruciate ligament on wednesday let's remember we had this spectacular research team here look this up for me injured list by team days on the isle this year all right number two in all of major league baseball is actually the mets six hundred eight games lost to injury of their players the yankees one thousand one hundred eighty game so far lost combined by their players on the injury list they've had to place a player on the i l. on twenty two different occasions twenty one different yankees this season i mean this is absolutely astronomical the injuries that they're having to go through and the fact that they are still as dominant as they are i mean there's a we don't wanna keep dipping into that well there's a level of confidence if the yankees can survive anything but for a little perspective is jeff passan's said yesterday he picked the yank to win the world series and he's still stunned by how well they played one thousand one hundred eighty days lost games lost so far by injury for this team and they are still in first place it is remarkable but i still have the bigger concern about the yankees going forward with all their homerun bashing and everything they've been able to do we all know what happens when tober rolls around pitching trump's hitting right and the yankees pitching has been decent but i don't know if it's enough and i don't know if they'll even get somebody at the trade deadline that would make it be almost enough so while this is great and you know the yankees are doing yankee things at the end of the day they're going to have to find a way to get more pitching more than anything else well the only argument i would make trays that young players have come up and ben so so such stars early in the season at this point i wonder if it's helped them gain trade equity and capital if they choose to move people but they'd have to get healthy for that to happen i that gets caught up on what's trending right so that is Connects. not a professional today i'm telling you i got three hour sleep so just it's going to be the way it is and i like to apologize in advance but that's that's sort of what's going to happen twice in twenty minutes that's new record yikes coming up in a town full stars how should one brand handle their star power we'll get to that after this you know we all have busy lives trae we all have busy lives but fair even a seemingly simple task like heading the grocery store it can be a pain sometime or turning your mic that is true that's why you need walmart's grocery pickup and delivery it's quick easy and convenient all you gotta do.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Simply invest all part of your profits within one hundred eighty days of the sale taxes will be deferred. Now, the one thing to know these typically don't produce income, the first for years, because there's a redevelopment happening, and then they produce income once that redevelopment occurs. So it's really a growth play in a deferred incomplete. This is an opportunity. So this is an opportunity, not only to defer reduce capital gains taxes. It's an opportunity to help society by proving areas. Like you said ROY that are most needed development, even without trying to defer large capital gains there's some sizable tax benefits. Owning certain commercial real estate investments. We mentioned before real estate has been the primary source of wealth, for many of the world's wealthiest individuals. It's not necessarily the easiest thing, though, to invest in real estate. If you wanted to if you decide investing real estate today, he needed find it right. They need to know where to look, you need to know what you're looking for. You have to analyze it. You have to run a bunch of numbers, will, this produce the right amount of income will collect the right amount of rents. Am I paying good price negoti, if the finance it, you have to get a loan, if the manage it to collect the rents potentially do prepares and then some? Point you have to sell it all of these things. Take a lot of time effort and expertise don't compare that to buying a stock. You have to do any of that to buy stock. No. And what's really interesting is if you wanted to buy a stock and decide you like Amazon, you wanna buy stock you go out and buy if you're looking to invest in real estate, and you do all these things and say, this is a great property. I'm going to buy it. You could probably have ten other people like that property to because I have a good chance of doing all the work and not even be able to buy what you're looking for. That's right. And so part of the appeal of real estate is the ability, intact, streaming, although you can't buy and sell it is easy it caused that it's much more of a stable asset. He don't look in the paper and see real estate's down six percent this month. Right. Or it's back up four percent this month. So you don't have that anxiety with real estate. And as we know that when you own real estate, you get to depreciate the value of it for tax purposes. So if you're getting income from the real estate, he generally don't have to pay taxes on. Right. The problem is getting it professionally managing. It is hard. So there are institutional commercial real estate investments available that are professionally managed where they have a team of people that know how to do all this stuff that find the best deals, the Goshi eat the best deals by the best deals manage, it collect the revenue pay the expenses and split the profits with the investors, and you don't have to do anything, and when you want to sell, he redeem it back to the company that you're working with that, this putting the deal together. They'll take it back after a year on their most circumstances, or you can keep it. So it's not as liquid is as a publicly traded stock, and it's, but it's far more liquid than a portfolio of real estate that you're that you're own. Well liquid in one particular property, if you own it, and I have to go and sell it to get any cash available so alternative institutional investments like reits and interval funds can provide very stable tax reinvestments, Ken provide very stable tax free income. Very little management is required. There are excellent, professionally managed institutional read surveilled to accredited investors that are projecting to return very consistent. Eight to ten percent per year tax favored, total return between dividends and growth. One of the more popular institutional rates that we're tracking is yielding about five point eight percent non-taxable about ninety five percent of it was non-taxable last year because of the favorable tax treatment that reach get. So if you're earning five point eight percent. And you don't have to pay income taxes on that income, you can calculate pretty easily taxable quivalent dot represents, obviously, depending on your tax bracket if, if he made five point eight percent interest in the Bank, then you'd probably get to keep four after taxes, or you would have needed to make seven and a half to, to keep five hundred five pointy so very, very attractive return, plus some upside. And so there's a lot of.
Millions in U.S. illegally to be deported starting next week
"Donald Trump is saying that ISIS going to start removing millions of illegal aliens, and that's going to start next week according to Donald Trump, he tweeted out next week, I will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens have licitly found their way into the United States. They will be removed as fast as they come in was new. Right. Well now thing I was watching to news this morning. Now that I have cable again. And governor Cuomo, in New York said they just signed legislation that granted driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. The one thing that made it difficult for him to sign. This was whether or not he's creating a whole database for the feds to use to track down undocumented people, so you know, that might be a difficult thing. They're licensed now can you stop this being something that they used for is to go in and arrest people and remove them? Well, according. To attorney general teams. They said this legislation is well crafted and contains ample protections for those who apply for jobs licenses, if this Bill isn't acted in challenging court, we will vigorously defend it, so that measure passes a state Senate, and it takes one hundred eighty days ago, in December legal immigrant, they give me a license. And now all my information is in the system tied, and I'm not going to be scared. Definitely definitely some form of entrapment new.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We're here with these Mercier and Angela purred from address, or success, greater Baltimore, one of the things that I were talking about when we were on the break is Israel, integrate point. We talked about knees the opioid crisis. One of the things I'll use the term victim, you know, because once somebody passes on its everybody else, who's left to deal with this. So you've got single moms right, correct single dads. You've got children being raised in household by maybe grandparents other things. So one of the, the tolls that takes or the survivors, so the other people that are now struggling who, who this is impacting while. So while the employment rate is good. And it's hard of these people are still struggling for other reasons beyond their controls. Absolutely. Absolutely. And I know we seeing that. Oh yeah, we'll see the national employment rate and we'll see things are looking pretty good. But there is still such a great need. They're still this underlying group. They will come to us that may be raised their hand. They're not meeting any stat. And that's what that's what we're getting so there's still a great need for the women got stigma you've got. You've got shame. You've got embarrassment. It's not easy to ask for help. Right right now -absolutely, so that's all part of the folks we talk about this. And I would imagine, I'm gonna speculate in generalize here, but a lot of people are struggling with depression with mental illness. All these other things as well that these are topics that were embarrassed. We're shame to talk about a lot of time. Sadly, these things you don't want your family to know about, you're not going to your family. You feel isolated and loan, the gentleman who just called us and I know veterans deal with that big time, the post traumatic stress of the feelings of. Vice elation willing I talk last week. These folks go away. They're deployed this war's been going on forever. But life goes on when they're gone if we can put it right? Stop here. Stop. School that, you know, the sunshines and all this, and then they come back, and they're sort of dropped into the environment, ninety days one hundred eighty days a year later and you know got a function. And so there's no. There's no knowledge of it. I guess is the word for the trauma. They've been Farris to the folks that are back here because I've been there. We don't know what it's like to be them. We don't know what it's like an IUD or whatever they're called these things go off and buy a person here Willie was here and talked about a gentleman who was sitting there. And the guy right next to him got blown up. We don't know that traumas. Like so these people are coming back and they're traumatized and they're stigmatized and all these things, and you guys are trying to help them deal with lots of lots of stuff. Let's talk about the services that you provide the interviewing skills, if you're just tuning into us, you can dress, these people up interviewing skills and other skills as well. Correct. And we have a workshop where we can help them. Look for jobs. So we have computer set up where we can do that. You know, one of our goals is be able to do a greater outreach to more women in Maryland. And we have looked at different ways that we can have set up not and reset other whim. Get them into our location because a lot of them are out there, and they need our help, even women that have recently gotten out from serving a an incarceration. We have success stories of women that have come out and, you know, they've gone in for maybe things that, you know, we're really kind of dumb. And so we've had success stories of people that have come out that we've turned around with people to use wells. Through they might come through either the mayor in city council America works goodwill, we'll get them through through the back end not direct with the bulk of the people that you're seeing or veterans is that we have a wide for array veterans, kind, what's, what's the is there, a cutoff or zero. We're getting them young. So we'll get them eighteen to eighteen. Yes. Yes. So like you said these young women. Well, get pregnant, and they have a family, they need help. They gotta get a job. They maybe didn't have a good parental figure. So we can also provide that, so we're just kind of giving them maybe that head start that they didn't have, like, here's what you should say. Here's what's could help accessible. Here's what's going to put intake process interview, whatever. So many calls you up. Imagine they do computer training, computer training, but so many calls you up, but twenty two light street third floor by the way in downtown Baltimore. And they say I heard about you, I, I wanna see if I qualify or something, somebody would do it intake, over the phone, or you didn't bite them in what's that process. Look at so we have volunteers garner there during that process. They will come into the volunteers. They will interview them talk to them. Make feel good. And then start the process whatever they need. It could be dressing could be. Here's our next class. Pretty much an interview at that point, there's a form, they need to fill out, they don't pay anything. Right. So the services are free, folks. This is a free service lateness, right? Correct. And your. So I commend you encouraging them to come in and participate because I think you've got to create a sense of community for to be successful. They can't feel alone. They can't feel isolated. They gotta make a connection. Hey, Denise you and I are in this together for to work that, right? Absolately guys cracked. Okay. All right. Wonderful. I wanna make sure that again..
Trump declares some auto imports pose national security threat
"Will shopping for a car made in Europe or joke Japan this weekend. Maybe President Trump says he's holding off on whether to impose auto tariffs on imported cars and auto parts ABC's Michelle Franzen joins us. And while the president has made news lately, on China tariffs this best to do with other countries Michelle, what's by the decision. Coming up on a deadline today with the Commerce Department on whether or not to impose that twenty five percent on those tariffs for as you mentioned, European countries Japan, also. Other countries like south South Korea and whether or not to impose a twenty five percent tariff on all foreign cars. It's about eight million cars that are imported into the US each year. This six-month reprieve. It, it break for the countries, as well as the auto industry is looking at this as a good sign, they say that it doesn't go far enough. They say they didn't really ask for this sort of tariff situation anyway, and that they're not necessarily being harmed by the trade agreements that are in place for these auto parts and auto imports that the president had used that it's harming the American auto industry as well as a national security threat when it came to the medals, and again, a steel used to make many of these parts, and he wanted the countries to get to the table. Take, you know, one hundred eighty days to sort of work out a trade agreement on everything that was already in place, and see if they could come up with better deals, he's willing to give them another six months, but he's also not taking the possibility of imposing twenty-five percent tariffs down the road if they can't come up with an agreement so little bit of relief. Michelle for car buyers. And those of us who like to fix them. What exactly does this mean as far as prices? I guess we got a reprieve to well could be. Yeah. There was, you know, a couple of the center for automotive research had had said that if these tariffs go into effect, and they still could depending on, you know, what deals are worked out and what happens, you know, car prices could go up between four hundred and fifty dollars to over six thousand dollars tagged on the price. Of course, you know, the tariffs, typically get passed along, if the, the countries are taxed on those goods coming into our country, but a lot of that to be worked out. We'll see how that works out in the next six months. It's a lot of tariff sort of news. That's been going on for the past week. This happens to be a reprieve. So we'll see how they move forward with this. And how the country's overlap with other trade issues that are ongoing. In the meantime, the president leaves the door open that maybe those could still happen. Maybe. Not. And we will continue
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Multi-tiered levels, so the birds can freely roam around the barn. They are able to perch on different levels. There are nest boxes in there, where they still can traditionally go feel to lay an egg, the ground floor has systems to be able to move the manure and, you know, like I said, they have the dust bathing options, and it was remarkable for me the first time that I went into one of these cage free system, every housing facilities. When you go into an egg farm, the bio security is very intense. These birds have not had exposure with the outside world. So they need to be protected that the whole flock doesn't get sick. So we were going through and, you know, the CFO of this organization, he opened the door and I'm expecting that we're still a couple layers deep before actually getting to the birds. And I turn to my right and just kind of jumped out of being startled at all. These is we're looking upon me and never did I hear before opening that door. Any noise from the birds. They're not looking at the battery cage facilities can be so loud. It's hard to even focus because the animals are stressed. These birds they were silent. There was no smell to it. We didn't need gas masks. I was holding the birds are very curious about us, and pecking at our feud, and you know, fluttering around from the different systems, and it was just a remarkable difference that I'll never really be able to, to give that pure example of what it's like to be in the cage free confinement system into the Avery. It's dramatic upgrade in the quality of their lives. I mean that's just wonderful. You're painting such a good picture for our listeners because they have to understand that this is such a critical movement for the animals in California, and really the start of something I think in the way that things are moving in this country. And the way that we treat our animals, I have to ask did you have anybody who I mean, of course you did? Right. But we were, you know, opposing this legislation who is fighting against this type of legislation will anytime that you're shocking something again with the marketplace in California, you have a lot of players. Get involved in it because California does have a cascading effect to the rest of the country. We certainly had industry groups that were advocating against us, and they did not want to have to make the upgrade in the system. You know, why change things over when you can continue business the way that you already have things format it. So we fought those industry groups. We unfortunately, just to put it frankly out there had opposition with the animal community, in some ways of the measure, not going far enough. And that to me is just another reason to reiterate that this wasn't incremental change to transformation. Or this was not incremental steps to transformational gain. It was honestly profound. Steps the quality of life for these animals that are in these systems prop twelve means everything, is that an earlier this is the world's strongest farm animal protection law in it's something really everyone can get around behind because the old Katri confinement is just it's out with prop twelve if this sets the new standard in, it's something that everyone should be quite proud of our. Absolutely. Tell me. How did you when you start this process? I remember reading something maybe from more the link shoe shared some of my own research that the started with signature goal. You know, I always like to talk about how can people get involved, people who care about this? How do they get involved? How do they know what to look for where they, they wanna be a part of an initiative like this ballot initiatives are very unique tool that we have to be able to make change for animals? It's really a fascinating process, and our success rate of what we've been able to achieve at the ballot box, should not obscure, how difficult these measures are to pass. Every state has a signature gathering requirement that you have to get signatures, the constituents of that state to be able to qualify to bring this forward to the ballot box in California. We need it over six hundred thousand signatures. We were able to surpass that goal hitting a little over six hundred sixty three thousand signatures, the limited timeframe to be able to do it to further complicate the process, you have one hundred eighty days in California to do that. And everyone has to sign on their respective counties. It's really just such a remarkable testament to the volunteers in everyone was able to make this happen. The dedication that they had for these just remarkable victories in the movement, because the signature gathering phase is definitely something that you need everybody boots on the ground working nights and weekends. And, you know, just being able to hit all those long lines and festivals to make this happen. Then once you qualify for the measure, there's a number of. Ways that folks can remain involved in, in shepherding this four to election day, and that is, you know, whether it's hosting house parties to be able to educate your family and friends, the importance of a ballot initiative, why it's meaningful to you being able to raise money. These are very expensive endeavors, alad initiatives. There is just because they're citizen driven does not mean that there's any discount when it comes to TV in a state like California at proposes a unique challenge. Just the sheer size of this. You have to be able to go on the Airways campaign. Some also transcended to having such a huge presence in the digital space in so volunteers that are passionate about these things utilize your social media platforms that has a huge change. You know, every person that you're able to educate about an animal issue on the ballot box. They'll be able to do the same to ten more people. Not that's how you win campaigns is word of mouth, digital strap. Deji fundraising. It's something that volunteers advocates no matter where you live can be involved in making those changes, you know, that was just put so succinctly. I think it really doesn't mean I started this conversation talking about how a my social media feeds I was sharing these things hashtag. Yes. On twelve and I had quite a few people say, what is that? What are you talking about? Especially in my in Pennsylvania, because it wasn't something that was going to be directly affecting us. But in a lot of ways, I guess it is. Well, you know, if you're listening, and you're thinking, wow, this really means a lot to me. I like learning about this get involved. Visit the US dot org. You can find your local Representative and help by sharing the word on social media, and just talking to your friends and family like crystal said, so thank you, crystal and two gold volunteers who worked for months to mobilize these millions of voters in favor of proposition twelve we're going to take a short break now and here message from our sponsor, and we're gonna come back.
White House revokes press passes for dozens of journalists
"Some journalists are calling new press standards implemented by White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a mass purge of the press corps. We get more on the story from NBC News Radio. Mike bauer. Huckabee senators revoked the press credentials known as a hard pass for all Washington Post reporters assigned to cover the White House and many others that new standard designated as unqualified almost the entire White House. Press corps and did this over objections from news organizations and the White House correspond. Indi- association that new standard no credentials to any journalist who's not in the building at least ninety out of the previous one hundred eighty days. In other words, seven of every ten work days in the White House would not provide numbers, but appears that most White House. Press corps didn't qualify for credentials into the new standard, including regulars for the post and the
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is being abused. Taking advantage of us properly. It's unclear what the percentages are in there. It's unclear who is doing what to whom and how but Trump now is attempting to change our asylum process at the southern border house. He trying to change it will there are some memos that have gone out directives that been where it all shakes out is yet to be determined in a memo, President Trump has directed. The attorney general and homeland security secretary to come up with new regulations that would ensure most asylum applications or completed in one hundred eighty days charge asylum seekers of fee to process their claims and prohibit those who enter illegally from receiving authorization to work. The president has set a ninety day deadline for the new regulations immigration advocacy, groups predicted there would be legal challenges. There's always legal challenges because it seems what you wish to have happened. And what is possible to happen? By my understanding of math isn't going to happen, specifically, what are you referencing one hundred eighty day? Okay. So that's one thing that, you know, when the president says, I want an asylum case to be adjudicated within one hundred and eighty days in essence what he's saying. Is you have six months to determine whether or not somebody is going to be granted asylum in the state in the United. We can all go. Okay. Great. Sounds awesome. As opposed to or three year, backlog Iraqi. Yeah, absolutely years skiers in order for that to happen on average is like five hundred sixty days for somebody to get before a judge. And then if you're actually going to be granted asylum, it takes upwards of three years because I got to do a bunch of interviews and witnesses and so on and so forth. So one hundred eighty days. Sounds awesome to me. That's great. But then you get into the details of it. And how do you make that happen? When you have a limited number of judges along the border immigration judge. You have a backlog of wait for it. Eight hundred thousand case there's a math issue here. There's an absolute math issue like you can't get from aid be with this right now. If you want to say sounds good I want to get them all adjudicated one hundred and eighty days, and I'm sending do the math X number of immigration judges and opening up new immigration courts to speed the process. Okay. But but wishing for it to happen and having it happened to completely separate thing. Okay. So that's the one hundred and eighty days. All right. Let's put a pin in that over here. Let's talk about the idea that the president is put out there of charging a fee for asylum seekers of a processing fee if you will. Yeah. Also appears probably not going to stay in a court challenge. Again, it is our law that you can apply for asylum. And then we we figure it out the idea of charging again, I think it's cruel. I fully expect it don't get me wrong. It's exactly what you would expect from from is to be as cruel inhumane in mean as possible. Two people who maybe the the weakest among us the most vulnerable among us, those that are willing to give up their homes, and El Salvador, Guatemala and make their way to our southern border. Then you're going to add the insult to injury by charging them to apply for legally apply for asylum. Well, our immigration law does grant the attorney general the authority to impose this fee on asylum. Applications the thing is is it doesn't require such payments, and if you are a migrant seeking refuge to avoid deportation. You're not gonna be charged. So I don't necessarily understand how that is going to play out. We'll get we have we have asylum laws that I think any rational person would say they are being exploited in some way, shape or form. The problem is the throwing of the baby out with the bathwater. Do you? Throw out the and make it impossible. Put new barriers to people with genuine. Legitimate would stand up in court claims of asylum for those that are trying to skirt the system. Yeah. But I think we also have to be honest about what we're discussing here. I get the point that you're making, Bruce, but genuine honest claims of asylum because of persecution in their country. That's only about twenty percent of the people who are coming across the border. So we we have to address the other eighty percent. And while it's not gonna cruel inhumane. The argument is, you know, people are leaving the most urgent of circumstances. Yes. That is part of the discussion. But the other part of this Gushin is that the cartels are actually playing commercials in Honduras, and El Salvador and Ecuador advertising of coming to the United States exploiting the asylum. Seek the asylum process catch and release and get into the United States. So you have to address both of doesn't strike me that any of this is very serious. This is another distraction. I fully expect that there's, you know, whether it's the Deutsche Bank or whatever else is going on this is a distraction because it's just not going to happen. Wishing that wishing that the immigration judges of increase their workload by ten times. And do it tomorrow. Again. It's like it's like a yelling at the at the sunrise demanding that it it it rise in the west. Instead, it's not going to happen. You're unwilling to support the change in the policy you one with anything else, you send the military and people putting up razor wire down. You don't send more judges? It's a complicated issue. It's one that we've been focusing a great deal on here at KTAR because we do know that it impacts our community. There are so many migrants that are being released into China. And we even had KTAR reporter that went down and was on the border and in talking to those officials because we do know that it is important and you want to stay informed on it. 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"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That all asylum applications are judicata within one hundred eighty days except for those representing exceptional circumstances. The White House in DHS did not immediately respond to questions about how much applicants might be forced to pay in asylum fees, and it's unclear how many families fleeing poverty would be able to afford such a payment. Isn't that fascinating? I want you to think about this for a second because I thought about this. When my initial reaction was well, how much would we charge? Do you much coyotes get for transporting these people? So now, I'm being told they won't be able to afford an application fee like every other legal immigrant has to pay and file, but they can give seven thousand or ten thousand dollars to a Coyote. I know we're not we're not going to charge him seven or ten thousand dollars. So, you know, look this my heart break absolutely for people who are fleeing persecution because of their political belief for their religion, but our laws do not protect individuals who are fleeing bad living conditions or poverty. I saw a young man this morning, or maybe it was last night from Africa who was appealing to the president some news channel is showing him. You know, saying, oh, please. You know, it's really bad in our country. We can't you know, we don't have enough food to eat, and we don't have enough this. And I'm thinking to myself Ed is terrible, and my heart breaks, we'll send you relief money. We'll we'll we'll make sure that the stupid United Nations that never gets anything. Right. Goes in and helps relieve the people's misery. But that doesn't it doesn't make sense to think that we could therefore bring everybody here. At what point do we throw up our hands and say, we're full stop all of people say, oh, but there's so much unused land. But there's not so much unused persons. There's not enough schools. There's not enough hospitals. This not enough drinking water. There's not enough food. To just throw open the borders and say, whoever comes we're going to accept them. Regardless of the reason, they come. The memo says the price would not exceed the cost of processing applications, but officials did not immediately provide an estimate for what that might be president also wants to bar anyone who has entered or tried to enter the country illegally from getting it provisional work-permit, and he's calling on officials to immediately revoke work authorization. When individuals are denied Silom and ordered removed from the country. One reason asylum claims are booming is that the migrants, you know, they'll be able to live and work in the US, while these cases of playing out that in many cases, even after the claims have been rejected the number of aliens who do not show up to court and are ordered removed and have sent you has soared with seventeen thousand removal orders issued inept -centia in the first quarter of this fiscal year. If this pace continues inept, -centia removal orders would more than triple. The total from past years. Look if somebody has a credible fear claim, that's one thing. But you know, reciting a Pat line that you were given by some immigration authority in in Central America is not credible fear. It's Bs break..
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"But why why don't you want to use a herbicide instead? Hats. My I had used herbicide in the past and. My my wife has always felt that maybe some of the exposure to the roundup caused one of our dogs to succumb to a a cancer. And I'm I'm I'm trying to get away from that as much as I can really just you know, when I use it I use a a tank sprayer and just on on real careful with it. Okay. Well, you know, remember what's happening is Californian these lawsuits and a lot of it's nonsense. But we don't we don't need to get into that discussion biggest we wouldn't have American farming. If we didn't have it. But if correctly, if he's a correctly, I don't think you're going to have issues with it. But if you want to try this as an option he really wanted to join the hot summer months. Exactly. So. June July and August what you wanna do is mo- the area down low and a dry, a timeframe you wanna water up that area or time. It will for good rainfall but mullet low get good amount of moisture in there. And then put this thick plastic. But make sure it's anchored now has been nice and tied. And basically, it's a greenhouse warming effect. That's going to fry underneath underneath it. And it's called solar is Asian. Terrific. Thank you very much. Y'all have a great day. Phone call, David. Let me ask you Easter lilies. Yeah. Do they only bloom at this time or what's the deal with these lilies? Well, it's the point set thing, you know, for the grower. Yeah. You wanted to make sure it's not after Easter our our New Year's for one satis. It's it's a tough CRA very tough crop for growers the time because they plan a little bulb, and I think they have to walk it back one hundred eighty days of to have it blooming and at one time the Canadian government east to pay their growers to flood our markets with easterlies, but I think we've done fix that most of ours. Typically, come from clay, tag brothers. I believe in Blanco. So and then after Easter no what they call them, right? What do they call them? Madonna lilies. So that's what they call. It Easter lays the Madonna lily, and they can naturalise and all things being equal. They will come.
Oklahoma Lottery Commission, Woodward And Tulsa discussed on Lee Matthews
"Tickets a Powerball ticket worth one hundred and fifty thousand dollars was sold at Love's travel. Stop in Woodward over the weekend. According to the Oklahoma lottery commission, also a mega millions ticket worth ten thousand dollars was sold. At a quick trip store in Tulsa, winners have one hundred eighty days to claim
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Quality of life for these animals that are in these systems prop twelve means everything I said earlier, this is the world's strongest farm animal protection law, and it's something really everyone can get around behind because the old Katri confinement is just it's out with prop twelve if this sets the new standard in it's something that everyone should be quite proud of. Absolutely. And tell me how did you when you start this process? I remember reading something maybe for more links you shared MIR to so on my own research that the started with signature goal. I always like to talk about how can people get involved people who care about this? How did they get involved? How do they know what to look for where they they wanna be a part of an initiative like this ballot initiatives are very unique tool that we have to be able to make change for animals. It's really a fascinating process and our success rate of what we've been able to achieve at the ballot box should not obscure how difficult these measures are to pass every. She has a signature gathering requirement that you have to get thirty five signatures the constituents of that state to be able to qualify to bring this board to the ballot box in California. We need it over six hundred thousand signatures. We were able to surpass that goal hitting a little over six hundred sixty three thousand signatures. You'll limited time frame to be able to do it. To further complicate the process, you have one hundred eighty days in California to do that and everyone has to sign on their respective counties. It's really just such a remarkable testament to the volunteers and everyone was able to make this happen. The dedication that they had for these just remarkable victories in the movement because the signature gathering phase is definitely something that you need everybody boots on the ground, working nights and weekends. And you know, just being able to hit all those long lines and festivals to make this happen. Then once you qualify for the measure, there's a number of ways that folk. Can remain involved in in shepherding this four to election day. And that is, you know, whether it's hosting house party is to be able to educate your family and friends the importance of a ballot initiative. Why it's meaningful to you being able to raise money these are very expensive, endeavors alad initiatives. There is just because they're citizen driven. Does not mean that there's any discount when it comes to TV in a state like California at proposes a unique challenge just the sheer size of this. You have to be able to go on the Airways campaigns have also transcended to having such a huge presence in the digital space in so volunteers that are passionate about these things. Utilize your social media platforms that has a huge change every person that you're able to educate about an animal issue on the ballot box. They'll be able to do the same to ten more people. Not that's how you went campaigns is word of mouth digital strategy. Fundraising? It's something that volunteers and advocates no matter where you live can be involved in making those changes, you know, that was just put so succinctly. And I think it really doesn't mean I started this conversation talking about how a my social media feeds I was sharing these things hashtag. Yes. On twelve. And and I had quite a few people say what is that? What are you talking about especially in my in Pennsylvania because it wasn't something that was going to be directly affecting us? But in a lot of ways, I guess, it is well, you know, rather listening and you're thinking, wow. This really means a lot to me. I like learning about this get involved. Visit the H S U US dot org. You can find your local Representative and help by sharing the word on social media and just talking to your friends and family like crystal said, so thank you, crystal and to all volunteers who worked for months to mobilize these millions of voters in favor of proposition twelve we're going to take a short break now. And here message from our sponsor, and then we're.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"So he has been committed for hundred for ninety days at this point likely to be another one hundred eighty days added on top of it to the Idaho secure medical facility, which is at the Idaho state maximum security institution. Well, I mean, that's a dangerous society has been taken out of it. This is the determination that he is mentally unwell and unstable enough for the patients at any other sites psychiatric institution to maintain their safety. Right. So he's I mean, he's separate separated from everybody you high maximum security psych ward. Yeah. Is what he's at? Yeah. When I was reading the article, I guess he's been like sending a lot of weird notes to people. I mean, even before this. He had asked to talk with the detective before his legal team could be like. Boy shorts stuff this whole confinement or commitment is at the request of his lawyer. I bet because he can't stop. Can't stop at the Idaho environment forum. Idaho's new governor Brad little spoke. Yes, he did. And he acknowledged the climate change is real that. It needs to be addressed both to minimize it getting worse and to protect the state from its effects, and apparently climate change is obvious enough here that the Republican governor of one of the most Republican states who just won by a landslide might actually start taking it seriously. Well, he says he's taking it seriously. Well, this is one thing that he did he didn't break away from Butch otter for a couple for a lot of things. This is one of the ones that set him aside was the fact that he consistently disagreed with autres. Proactively ignoring climate change. So it is nice to finally hear somebody at the top say, okay. Yeah. This is definitely affecting us. And maybe we see task force in the future. And well, they already have something. I mean, he and governor otter signed this shared stewardship agreement with the agricultural department, but that was more to help protect.
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Innocent girl. So they can be enticed into honky Tonks. American woman. I see. These days excessive drinking is not only tolerated. But in some places, it's embraced as part of the local culture famously portrayed in a certain reality. Tv show karma tonight like five Saturday. And when I say, you know, I'm ready to go wild. I'm gonna. The show jersey shore took place in seaside heights. One of sixteen beach towns that band pot together this region makes more than a third of the total. Many of these towns say they're opposed because they want to create a more family friendly atmosphere, but not everyone buys it. I asked a friend of mine who lives on the jersey shore to characterize the party scene there Belmar as berry long branch gets really really crazy. But a lot of these places embrace that the people come down to go to bars and clubs and they'll get drunk and then they'll throw up in the street, but that's fine with them. But you know, if someone has a chilling like add while the list of towns banning marijuana continues to grow nearly sixty percent of New Jersey residents. Support legalization one of them is Jersey City mayor Steve Fulop, I think there are a lot of benefits opportunity for people to learn a new skill. You have an opportunity for municipality to make money, and you have an opportunity to correct. The social Justice issue. Badges have been corrected a long time ago. A lot of the mayor's stand. It's a knee jerk reaction that is really unwarranted. If marijuana's legalized local towns will not have the authority to outlaw consumption, but they will have one hundred eighty days to decide whether to allow dispensaries to open up, and if the current number of local bands is any indication it's going to be a long time before the Garden State goes fully green, Sam Anderson, WNYC news. WNYC is supported by the world premiere on Broadway of Harper..
"one hundred eighty days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"You'll limited time timeframe to be able to do it. To further complicate the process, you have one hundred eighty days in California to do that and everyone has to sign on their respective counties. It's really just such a remarkable testament to the volunteers and everyone was able to make this happen. The dedication that they had for these. Just remarkable victories in the movement because the signature gathering phases is definitely something that you need everybody boots on the ground, working nights and weekends. And you know, just being able to hit all those long lines and festivals to make this happen. Then once you qualify for the measure, there's a number of ways that folks can remain involved in in shepherding this four to election day. And that is, you know, whether it's hosting house party is to be able to educate your family and friends the importance of a ballot initiative. Why it's meaningful to you being able to raise money these are very expensive, endeavors alad initiatives. You know, there is just because they're citizen driven does not mean that there's any discount when it comes to TV in a state like California at proposes a unique challenge just the sheer size of this. You have to be able to go on the Airways campaign also transcended to having such a huge presence in the digital space in so. Volunteers that are passionate about these things. Utilize your social media platforms that has a huge change. You know, every person that you're able to educate about an animal issue on the ballot box. They'll be able to do the same to ten more people. Not that's how you went campaigns is word of mouth digital strategy fundraising. It's something that volunteers and advocates no matter where you live can be involved in making those changes, you know, that was just put so succinctly. I think it really doesn't mean. I started this conversation talking about how a my social media feeds I was sharing these things hashtag. Yes. On twelve. And and I had quite a few people say what is that? What are you talking about especially in my in Pennsylvania because it wasn't something that was going to be directly affecting us? But in a lot of ways, I guess, it is well, you know, if you're other listening, and you're thinking, wow. This really means a lot to me. I like learning about this get involved. Visit the US dot org. You can find your local Representative and help by sharing the word on social. Media and just talking to your friends and family like crystal said, so thank you, crystal and to all volunteers who worked for months to mobilize these millions of voters in favor of proposition twelve we're going to take a short break now. And here message from our sponsor, and that we're gonna come back.
The $1.5 billion Mega Millions jackpot winner has not claimed the prize
"Than two months after the ticket was sold in South Carolina. The winning ticket was sold in the town of Simpson Bill the numbers were announced on. October twenty third and as of last week. The winner has not come forward to claim their prize, which is left lottery officials kind of baffled if the prizes not claimed the jackpot will be returned to the forty four states that participate in the lottery, South Carolina will get a payday of eleven point two million which will be used for the state's educational fund. The state reported that the winner has a total of one hundred eighty days to claim the money, according to state law, and the countdown starts from when the winning numbers are announced. Wow. One point five billion dollars. And they haven't stepped forward yet. Maybe they're gonna wait until the last moment in a moment. An incredible story ally too big to fail. Lisa appeased joins us on coast to coast AM.
FCC pauses review of T-Mobile, Sprint merger
"The Federal Communications Commission says it needs more time to review information from sprint and t. mobile regarding their proposed merger and that it's pausing the agency's informal one hundred eighty day clock for reviewing the deal. The FCC says the clock will remain stopped until the companies make all their submissions. And third parties have time to review them. The review is expected to continue into next year.