17 Burst results for "One Seventy Two Percent"

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on The Mini-Break

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"But the movement right now for tossing is what holds her back at the same time. You know again. She's able to match shot for shot power tennis that serve as a weapon that backhand down the line freaking beautiful to extreme forehand grip but a heavy forehand shot. And you're never quite sure where it's going. And so again. She matched alexandrova power in this match. And you look for colorado ottosson now with this result poson up to a new career high. The eighteen year old sixty third in the wj rankings by making the quarterfinals. This week let me say that again. Sixty third at eighteen years old. Yes i know. Route economy at eighteen years old just won a title but clara at a grand slam. But you know our major. Excuse me but clarkson's one to wti titles this season. She's competed primarily at the w eleven. You look for Clara toss who's now forty fifth by the way in overall e low rating. You look for her. She's thirty here this season in twenty twenty one car tossing results this season. She's forty three and sixteen over last fifty to thirty four and thirteen here this year. She's one seventy two percent of her matches. You look amongst that. Thirty four wins. It's not just like she's been beaten up on players at the twenty five or one hundred k. level though she has had success at those levels but you know seven and seven against top one hundred opponents in two in three against the top fifty now. Both of those wins happened to be against alexandrova but her three losses bardy krejci cova at the us open and wimbledon respectively. And then to vika at roland garros. Those are brutal draws at grand slam. She drew tragic over first. Round wimbledon because of her ranking gets bardy vk second round respectively of the us open an roland-garros but again seven verse the top one hundred twenty six and six against opponents ranked outside the top one hundred. Where do you think clara toss should be in the rankings and for the eighteen year old. You look at just what she's accomplished here. Odd this season in general at the w. t. level specifically here this season. It's the fact that you know. She's been so consistent week in week out. Its third quarter final for her. Now at the w. t. level this year and you look for her overall third quarter-final i believe in i wanna say this is her tenth event and you know three or four of the us. I should say three of those. Ten events have been grand slams where i just listed the losses for her bardy crunchy cova and then enrolling garros. It was viga now. She didn't play the australian open. Main draw but with this ranking. Now she's going to get into main draws you know with this ranking now gone will be the one hundred twenty a hundred k. events gone will be the seventy five cave and she's going to get to play full. Wti schedule next season age restrictions. No longer applying.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

02:50 min | 2 months ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Is the executive director and founder of building community value. He's a local developer. And one of the reasons i enjoy him. He is one of the people that i know is the most passionate about policy that impacts the city of detroit chase. Welcome to the studio. What up though as detroit would say though is true man. What a night last night I i guess. I'll start with the first hotline number and then we can kind of get into the nuances of everything from this primary election. The first wine is current mayor. Mike duggan one seventy two percent or so of the vote in this. I'll be honest. I kind of some surprise that it's so so large victory in this basically crowded primary field after say that i'm i'm not surprised if you look back to two thousand seventeen. He got sixty seven percent of the vote so very similar numbers. And you know we look at the election overall. I mean we saw incumbents do very very well And you're right. It was a crowded field but again he has very strong recognition and for the population of detroiters who vote The is fairly popular. So i saw some last night During the campaign events and you know he was a saying essentially that very happy that had this confidence in him But you could also read between the lines that he expected this number so again. Not super surprising. See to me. I figured that an amalgamation of different candidates would have pushed it a little bit a little bit lower but his lawyer. His greatest rival anthony adams who moved onto the general election did somewhere around ten percent. I mean i remember. At one time. He had enough votes to basically fill up a facebook friends list. like through. and like and. I don't mean that is a personal thing just like i was kind of just blown away by it. Well anthony did well But i will say also if you think about in terms of what's happening in the short terms economic development in terms of responsiveness of the big c- city we have strategic neighborhoods which happen to overlap with wear the precincts where people vote. Most you. You have a lot of the kinds of benefits that you would expect residents to respond positively to happening in neighborhoods where people vote so again. Not not surprising that those folks would turn out saying that we've seen some positive change in our neighborhoods and we're gonna keep tugging in so I think that that's some of what's happening. And for anyone. Battling against an accumbens as powerful as as mike duggan powerful in terms of name recognition and just the marketing power the amount that he's able to fund raising than michelle for his campaign. It's an uphill battle for for anyone fighting fighting an incumbent in that way so you know. Anthony has a lot of work to do in the next ninety days but again i'm not super surprised at that duggan and did well then proposal failed..

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Washington today at the closing bell on Wall Street at the big board rose for the first time in a week the Dow gaining four hundred fifty seven points the nasdaq was up two hundred thirty two and the S. and P. jumping sixty two number of democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has committed to choosing a woman as his running mate but a long time family friend and former White House adviser during the Obama administration insisting there is no chance that Michelle Obama would want the job Valerie Jarrett telling the hill dot com quote the reason why I'm so unequivocal is that they're just simply is never been a time when she's expressed any interest in running for office however the former First Lady is currently focusing on a voter registration effort that she lies back in twenty eighteen called when we all vote in a bipartisan majority of Americans saying they want to continue to shelter in place to protect themselves from corona virus despite the impact on the economy this from a writer's it sells opinion poll in the national online survey from April the fifteenth to the twenty first seventy two percent of adults in the U. S. is that people should stay at home until doctors and public health officials say it is safe that included eighty eight percent of Democrats fifty five percent of Republicans this same survey showed another drop in the president's support though among U. S. adults forty two percent say they approve of the his performance in office fifty two percent disapprove today marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day it began on April twenty second nineteen seventy during the Nixon administration the goal to raise awareness about our planet and its environment at the White House earlier today president trump speaking about Earth Day amid a pandemic that is forced our national parks to shut down on this special occasion we are renewing our strong national commitment or conserving the wonders of god's creation one of the most important ways we uphold this tradition is by protecting our priceless national parks in our public lands to support our all out war against the virus many of the places that we have here we were temporary closing it but we will we will have them open quickly as we said we're starting to open our country again thanks to our significant progress against the invisible enemy I'm pleased to announce that it aligned with my administration's guidelines for opening up America again we will begin to reopen our national parks and public lands for the American people to enjoy so what is that that tell us about that day.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Clock back to game one sixty two of the twenty oh eight baseball season you remember that your don't you a trade deadline acquisition of CC Sabathia gave the crew the push they needed towards their first playoff appearance in twenty six years that was the longest baseball playoff drought at the time one of the longest in all of professional sports actually anyway you can catch Mister baseball Bobby occurs he calls this week's edition of our brewers classic game one sixty two from the twenty oh eight season brewers of the cubs to clinch the wildcard Wednesday night six o'clock brewers classic is sponsored by Toyota fleet farm quick trip and anger men Taylor for that was a baseball related liner there I I want to want to talk a little sports first second third there was a poll put out this week editor dressed a question that has kind of rattled around in my mind lately if if a baseball is hit out of the ballpark but nobody's there to see it doesn't still make a sound right what do you still go to a sporting event if the vaccine for corvette nineteen is not yet available eight five five six one six one six twenty on the active mortgage talk N. text line I will say I will not go to a sporting event in all likelihood unless if the vaccine is not available there's not testing available for fans the risk versus reward and I said on the show last Saturday that I have to be done the psychological preparation for the absence of a sports team sports we're gonna see golf I think but the absence of team sports for the rest of this year and into twenty twenty one seventy two percent of Americans polled said they would not attend if sporting events resumed without a vaccine for the coronavirus seventy two percent of us polled said we would not attend a sporting event unless the vaccine is available when polling respondents who identified as sports fans sixty one percent said they would not go to a game without a vaccine margin of error is about three and a half percent have you sports fans whether you're a Die Hard or your friends would you will you go to a sporting event if and when it happens it not a matter of if but when and when it happens if there's not a vaccine available it's really something that we're all going to have to decide and it's really something that may be left up to us if sports leagues go ahead some cases foolishly salt and open up there's a lot to get from here now today to that point in time and a lot has to happen but what this information tells me is that gas some people are putting their health above their love for their team hello is that possible well it is health is more important than winning.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WTVN

"By well Bernie Sanders was already running close to global shark and he is attempting to make a big move in Minnesota he visited St Paul last night and the question is with global char and people just dropping out of the race does that give Joe Biden a chance to get the fifteen percent and claim delegates in Minnesota Bernie Sanders is expected to win in Colorado and Utah tonight he is held double digit leads in recent polls in both states many people voted early using mail in ballots so much of Bernie Sanders vote could be locked in in Colorado the secretary of state's office says votes cast for any club which are in peak bush as well not be counted tonight as they have filed formal papers to drop out of the race the final three days of this election window have been very busy in Colorado close to three hundred thousand Democrat ballots have come in over that seventy two hour period and we're hearing from you taught tonight that they may have record turnout the big state though that everyone is watching tonight as California and Veronica Carter is there well polls don't close here in California for almost three hours now so the excitement still yet to come but super Tuesday did get off to a rough start here in the state problems and delays reported at polling stations across a dozen counties today the state voter file database experience connectivity issues causing some waiting times across the state and some of those waiting type times were really log Janna Haynes with Sacramento county voter registration says it's all fixed now when we went to print out the ballot effect you the voter we couldn't access their information to identify what precinct they need she says it was an issue only in counties that allow you to use any precinct polling location the secretary of state's office says there's no evidence that malicious intent to cause the issues and they're urging voters who had to leave the polls to come back to cast their ballots before the deadline at eight o'clock tonight Pacific time and now taking a look at what's hot hot hot hot topic in California of course besides a democratic presidential candidates on the ballot is profits in thirteen not to be confused with the well known property tax measure from the nineteen seventies this is a fifteen billion dollar bond for building repairing and modernizing California public schools now back to Ryan Gorman and Rory o'neill at the decision desk thank you very much for Annika joining me here the decision desk we also have on her radio political analyst Dr Sean foreman real quick worry let me go to you and and as we take a look at the very early results what's something that really stands out to you well one thing is that just how decisive Biden's win has been in Virginia over fifty four percent of the vote in that state of course you know this is this is his third presidential campaign before this would never want to stick to the one in South Carolina now it looks like he's in for a very strong performance tonight an NBC news exit poll found that late deciding voters are breaking big for Joe Biden which is something that we kind of song in the last minute polls leading up to the super Tuesday vote it looks like what we are seeing in the data before today is playing out in real time tonight let me go to you Dr Sean foreman what are you seeing what's standing out to you at the moment well I was surprised that they called those races in North Carolina and Virginia so quickly that's good news for Biden not surprised that he won but we have to look at those margins and see who else gets about fifteen percent to get delegates in the states and the other thing I'm watching is Elizabeth Warren to see if she makes it out of the northeast with any delegates from Vermont or Massachusetts and it's not looking good for her right now no one thing that really really pops is an Alabama exit poll noted here Joe Biden according to the again this Alabama exit poll one seventy two percent of the African American vote I think those are some of the numbers that we're seeing that did show you why these races were able to be called so quickly tonight so again just to recap for you we have Bernie Sanders as the winner in Vermont but then we have Joe Biden right now he he is the projected winner Virginia North Carolina and Alabama and he's taking quite a big call of delegates especially in Virginia we're at the moment he's got fifty nine he's also got forty one in North Carolina so Joe Biden off to a really great start so far tonight here on super Tuesday in a moment we're gonna go around the country and check in with our reporters who are with the campaigns will check in with Bernie Sanders campaign the Joe Biden campaign to Michael Bloomberg campaign and the Elizabeth Warren campaign you're listening to live coverage of super Tuesday this is the twenty twenty vote on I heart radio control issues to the presidential candidate when you're dealing with the Democrats you're fighting in your twenty twenty Lexington excellence is newsradio six ten WTVN there was civil best president Bill Cosby open house coming up that's right Saturday March seventh we've got full size displays so people can really see what their bathroom could look like and feel like right in the show room yeah and you customize.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of perk up a little bit maybe that's where it came from your I just figured aerodynamics maybe you know somebody like you know what in this crowd that Stabler over there just in my worse's years back so I get better dynamics down the down the stretch run there but yeah we hear we hear that all the time so just like you know what rocks he probably knows where that comes from you remember of course Jan Harris in the great white Sox announcer for so many years in his thing was cannot corn and you know lazy pop fly candy corn and I'm always like whoa what does he mean is it just me like I don't get it so somebody sent me something to where I guess was back like in the general stores yeah one you shall write great and core used to be up to the top and so they would have the person like open their bag up and they would pull the corn and it would come down and they do it so would come down real real nice and soft like a lazy fly ball basically and they opened it up at four in the middle of the bags of candy corn and so finally found out where that came from because there's a lot of those old things that we they get handed down from generation to generation sometimes you say wait a minute let me find out where the heck they came from so in years back that'll be my homework for tomorrow and find out where that one came from rock to burn sting or guess follow on Twitter at rocky bursting oral X. Y. the first name rocks of course we don't sports radio for a long long time rocks as the Niners guy way to watch this team transition over the last several years with Shanahan the offense of guru and I know maybe he got a little bit too cute in that first match up with Seattle to where he led a tie the on automatic high get away from a by being a little bit too aggressive with this guy what I love about him is innovation he's he's always got pieces moving and I think it was somewhere in the neighborhood of seventy one seventy two percent they said there's always something going on as far as a guy in motion somebody switching up from one side to the other before the play before the ball is actually not a lot more than any other team in the league and I think that deception makes this team makes Jimmy G. even you know tougher as far as to stop in and the office because you just don't know what they're going to throw at you there are so many moving pieces and when you have some guys that are able to be those playmakers are coming around and like a depo Samuel out of South Carolina we love that guy but then you have that tight end and I mean if I told you George kills only gonna one reception for nineteen yards no touchdowns you're probably thinking Niners in a lot of trouble or kill probably got hurt yeah that probably what's running through your mind but the mental toughness the Niners I I I think comes from the struggle they've had the last few years in coming into.

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:44 min | 1 year ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John this is the John Batchelor show this is the national security report nothing's more vital than the national security of the United States but you buy scholar dot com a global technology firm transforming the retail space with digital signage I am very pleased to welcome my colleague of many years professor Stephen F. Cohen New York University Princeton University following the democratic debate this evening aiming at the first vote in the land the caucus vote in Iowa these that a sensible reason for focusing on this debate tonight was foreign policy I did not watch the debate I read summers as best I could because I've been on the air but professor Cullen Steve is done me the favor of watching and my first an important question is Steve very good evening to you was there a question about the contest with Russia these many years especially the negative remarks made by democratic politicians about Russia and interference in the twenty sixteen election good evening to stay almost there were there were allusions of brief moments and even roll arguably America's Russian relations are nearing a crisis mode let's just think about the development of the super sonic weapons which essentially take all missile defense and arms control Alex Ste you would think that would come up either the moderators would bring it up candidates would I think there was one allusion to Russia which was as I recall talking about terrorism there was little talk about terrorism but when there was one of the candidates my the church said that we might need Russians help but that was it it was gone which is startling and you're gonna have to help me here generationally I don't think I remember such a big disconnect between the crisis in American Soviet and then Russian relations and what is of course a show piece of American mainstream discourse in the form of these presidential debate on my memory is is that the dangers in the Cold War and we're certainly to do cool or always figured in presidential debates because people wanted to know how would be present it would handle these national security issues there was next to the rules on it it was my mainly healthcare I understand that that's really really important people for double drums and the rest but there was international affairs scarcely played a role even though John we've had these very dramatic attention around which directly affect Russia we have what's emerging unnoticed this virtual strategic alliance between Russia and China now which is probably the single most bilateral development in the world but you wouldn't know what I don't know quite how to explain it they're kind of provincialism is come over American politics order the Chernobyl maybe so many Americans actually are suffering from a lack of healthcare in these related problems that that's why the debate focused on him but it was in my memory almost unique in its oblivious stance toward would seem to me to be really serious international not just involving Russia international problems Steve Allen report on what could have been talked about tonight that is fundamental to resolving the crisis of the new Cold War and the confrontation between NATO and the Russian federation these last five six seven years what could have been talked about is indication that Ukraine through presidents a landscape and Russia through president Putin are looking to negotiate an end to the armed conflict in the Donbass end to the standoff between Ukrainian say are looking to either return to the Normandy format of many years past or what is called the Steinmeyer formula these are terms of art that are familiar in Ukraine and Russia they're much debated they did not come up to nine it would essentially resolve the conflict in a negotiated fashion peacefully without armed conflict and also this is in the context of Ukraine having signed a deal with Russia these last weeks to can two a to take Russian gas which is not taken since twenty fifteen I believe they've been using natural gas pump back from Europe to take Russian gas and to allow Russian gas to transit Ukraine all these are rich possibilities for a settling this dispute in in Ukraine but also for resolving the ongoing fear that is in the Baltic states all of that Steve I think I call upon your your observation that sounds like major geo political talk does this Steve couldn't have come up tonight at least once of these events of these last weeks could you should I would say it should have I will be too close to the subject having spent so much time living in Russia going from the Russians about a month in Russia just mingling moving around among people whether they're high status medium or low status you're struck by the for me Leo relationship between Russia and Ukraine specially eastern Ukraine I mean me in America is a long ride mention this on your broadcast but there are tens of millions of Ukrainian Russian and a thousand years of shared history and a shout thousand years some of it bad some of it's good but I focus on the family connection so that the political geo political conflict between Ukraine and Russia is heartbreaking for many families and yet every time it appears and now such a call the two leaders of both countries right now the new president people crying so let's have a long standing presence of Russia Putin clearly want to resolve the dispute and protecting the fighting in the class but there are other options the United States seems to get in the way troubles recently but for a long time there's been a lobby in Washington the does not want to see a resolution of the Ukrainian Russian dispute and the reason clearly isn't me speak openly of this at the think tanks to sponsor this type of thinking that they wanted quote take Ukraine away from Russia you tell me that senator clippers are mentioned in some fashion defense of Ukraine as if it was Baltimore well if if Russia is I mean she's clearly thinking of the simmering fighting and done box a contested alright yes which she spoke openly years ago there's a war that run the rushes attacking you crying now Crimea Russia talk and we talked about and I think this all aggravates some of your your listeners but historically politically culturally linguistically ethnically in terms of human terms clearly is a Russian province and has been for centuries so that's kind of an issue this now resolved that you're not going to change but the other disputes which involve people still don in low numbers with people dying on the last a resolution is within reach but my point again the new president of Ukraine ran as a peace candidate I said on your last broadcast kind of George McGovern except the one like McGovern you one was seventy one seventy two percent of the vote in his play gin that was clearly the winning factor along with fighting corruption crane was peace with Russia and he's gone about trying to do that but the elephant the bad elephant in the room remains the United States because of these forces in Washington that don't want to see this resolved I would I would underline the gangsters to make the point I don't mean to interrupt you but that should have come up tonight the gas still stay with the money let's follow the money much in the news is in Europe that they resolve their conflict and natural gas from Russia can flow again through Ukraine and Ukraine can depend upon Russian to supply they've settled their money disappears save stop the other counter the the counter Manding lawsuits this I mean we know that Moscow cares a great deal about money we know that K. F. cares a great deal about it that alone is a success for the landscape it could have been mentioned tonight at least to encourage you crying given these years of conflict well you would think of the role that the role of the United States S. United States plays in oil supply an oral politics in the world isn't this which you just mentioned is about oil it would have come up but it's a it's a current I don't know whether we all of us Americans are just a provincial people who we don't see what happens in Europe I'd really involving us in college too late or whether there's just a lack of understanding but this was from the beginning fundamentally about oil and as you say they've now resolve this to everyone's benefit is win win win win I mean Europe will get the oil at once including through the transit through you pass nafta the school is also feel it's a good it covers everything yeah it'll get its natural gas Europe will reliably cooling but not only through Ukraine Russia will get security of the market yet once which is not dependent on it it's a very significant contributor to the Russian budget namely the European market for gas and Ukraine is guaranteed I forget the amount but I think it's three or four billion a year for transit fees right yes everybody wins and they drop their lawsuit against rapper lawsuits in Europe against each other now you would think that this would be a time when everybody take a deep breath the sire briefly but Eileen people because of their skis under fire at home by the anti Russian faction and by its supporters as well Berlin and Paris and London like it they like and that's why this odd this twist called the Steinmeyer formula they like this because they can also resolve the question of governance of Donbass the independence of Donbass and go to a vote now I understand that's major European but for heaven's sakes if the Germans are happy with with this it could have been mentioned on the stage the frustration here is Dave is that it it begins to look as if rushes rushes an agreed upon go and we use it when we want to act tough and we don't talk about Russia when there's resolution or when there's something specific about Russia but here's what's interesting I agree a hundred percent with you and I would just a little older than you so I've had the same lived experience and I know this is an American reflex but there was a lot of talk not discussion but mention I quote our European allies the reality is that many of those European allies are drifting toward Russia for political reasons but also for economic reasons including oil that never came up so it's a given that the European countries which traditionally have been our allies are going to continue to be but I would say that if we were to ask what are the two big geo political questions today in terms of alliances one is the relationship between Europe and Russia and the other between Russia and China because before our very eyes in our lifetime this historic Russian Chinese alliance strategic has emerged and meanwhile you Europe is drifting toward Russia this this needs to be discussed this is what the next president will have to deal with why usually works great but I don't have a clue what any of these people would do let me call which are spoke you know like a cold warrior she'll be tough it's always the most thoughtful man on the stage I don't know if I can pronounce Israeli hit his name right as mayor Pete of South Bay and booted it check the conclusions yes yes yes it's hard to pronounce he's very thoughtful he's very smart but he doesn't want to go there either I mean they're all for you the issue all right we have a we have a Russian issue to discuss when we come back professor and that is the allegation New York times these last hours that Russian bad actors they're looking at the G. are you have hacked Burry smiled the natural gas company at the center of the pitchman Amberley when we come back professor Steve Howe and Stephen F. Cohen New York University prince university Russian history emeritus with this special report following the disappointing democratic debate in that Russia the major source of conflict between Republicans and Democrats between east and west between NATO and the Russian federation did not much come up in the final debate before Iowa I'm John Batchelor surveillance cameras are everywhere today from stores in stadiums to banks airports in schools they.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Impeach the president by the honey. Trippers this is democracy now democracy now dot Org the Warren Peace Report. I'm Amy Goodman. is we spend the hour with Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore his most recent recent documentary Fahrenheit. Eleven nine his other films include Michael Moore and Trump Land Fahrenheit nine eleven bowling for Columbine Seco- capitalism A. I love story where to invade next. And Roger and May Michael Moore has just launched a new project a podcast called rumble with Michael Moore. As democracy. Now's near remain shape and I continued our interview with Michael. We asked him about trump's comments at a rally on impeachment night when trump spoke about Michigan Democrat. Debbie Dingle Michael Morris from Michigan Debbie Dingle holds the seat formerly held by her husband. John Dingle who died earlier this year and held. The distinction is longest serving. US S.. Congress member Debbie thing. That's a real beauty so she calls me up like eight months ago husband. was there a long time but I. I didn't give him the beet treatment. I didn't give him the C or the D. I could've nobody waters. I gave the EPA lesabre. Take down the flags for you taking them. Down for Ex Congressman Dingell. Oh okay do this do that do that or Rotunda everything I gave him every. That's Okay Jake. I don't want anything for. I don't need anything for anything she calls me. It's the nicest thing that's ever happened. Thank you so much. John would be so thrilled. He's looking down. Thank you so much I said. That's okay don't worry about it. Maybe he's looking at by. There is president trump in Michigan in battle creek attacking the Congress member. Debbie Dingle and her recently recently deceased husband John Dingell yes right. Both of them knew him know her Michigan. And yes that what's surprising. He's crass and cruel and he's a bully and Dan through elementary school or middle school or high school. You know who the bully is. The bully behaves. That's the way it works for him. You talk about about the importance of understanding president trump. Explain why he would say this in Battle Creek Michigan. How is dingle viewed how is the now deceased? assise looking from Hell yes. Well I think I actually. I had tickets to that event but once it was announced that Wednesday was going to be the impeachment each one day and then I'm and then I'm waiting till that morning to decide. Should we fly to Michigan. 'cause we actually got tickets to you can sign up and get under a different name and so we were going to battle creek because well no battle creek and Michigan Bell Creek invented. The breakfast right both Kellogg's and post are there and so All your cakes. Are you frosted flakes or more captain. Crunch Kevin I'm guessing you're not Cap'n crunch okay. So but we wanted to go there but I have friends go and they said you can't really tell by the sound on levels and the way the pictures framed there but in the greater Arena people. Were stunned they were like. And it's like one of those moments that's where you say. Yeah he with some people. There is a bridge too far for them. That was a bridge too far and and sort of laughter. You hear wasn't laughing at that. This man is in hell who just died. But they're laughing nervous laughter of I can't believe he just said that and so more of that Mr trump more of that that will help think that's where Christianity today is coming from billy. Graham's founded magazine said trump should be impeached but should be ousted Oh sedan jailed most powerful Evangelical magazine. No I think I think that's what I here's what I honestly I I hold a position on the Senate trial that I don't think many people have. I'll tell you how we can how I think it could possibly happen where he could be removed. All right I on Ansi closest doing the right thing by holding up until we have a real court not a kangaroo court because we need to be able to call John Bolton as a witness and John Bolton I predict we'll be the Alexander Butterfield of this trial. Alexander Butterfield was the person who worked in the Nixon White House who just blurted out there. I think they knew ahead of time but the public didn't it now. Just blurted out during the impeachment hearings for Nixon that Nixon had taped every conversation in the Oval Office since the beginning and the public was like what what and of course those tapes to bring Nixon. John Bolton knows what's on that national security server where they were hiding the Ukraine Cau- aw right after the Ukraine call trump loyalists got together. Is We now know and said we got a place that that's illegal just happened. We have to place that on that server. Let's secure server so nobody ever finds it. Okay now let me ask you this and the people watching do you think. That's the first time they put something on that server in the last three years. Do you think that perhaps perhaps I was just the very first time I broke the law tried to extort somebody bribes. Somebody know we all know the answer. Even Republicans know it. That's why they don't want the witnesses they. They don't want Bolton Bolton even though he's not one of us he will not lie under oath he will tell the truth he will say I happen to know so we put other things on that server to and at that point the server is going to have to be subpoenaed and the American people are going to hear what else is on that server. And it's GonNa make Ukraine when you look like you know no crane i. It's going to be like people. The average Americans can stop looking for where Ukraine is on the map. And they're going to start like not going to believe they're gonNA here. That's my so if that can happen. That's why Pelosi and these guys are pushing in John. Roberts remember presiding over this so the Chief Justice United States Supreme Court in the Senate. He'll preside over it. Maybe he has some say in this to let's say it happens whereas what here's here's what could happen. There's fifty three Republicans trump can keep the majority of them as his supporters. Thirty three of them thirty fifty can still UA Donald but we only need twenty to remove him. All right. I believe this amy okay. This is going to sound crazy but crazy. Things have happened in our lifetime. All right. Nobody ever expected del out of prison. Let alone become the president of South Africa. I never thought I'd see the Berlin Wall. Come down Gay Marriage same sex ex marriage after two thousand four hundred fourteen states put it in their constitution. Making it a crime to be in love with somebody of your gender. No we have witnessed things that we never ever thought. A black man being elected person is as never in your life that you think that would happen. You Know Twelve fifteen years ago you never would have thought that so you have to go with me on the possibility ability of this of why we should push for a real trial in the Senate because if it comes out that there's other things on that server and if we hear what's on that server he's GonNa lose twenty senators here's how he's GonNa lose them. There's going to be twenty. Who are going to be deathly afraid? They're already forty five or six. Republicans are afraid. They're loser Senate seat this coming year But there will be ten Republicans of the fifty three who are going to be scared. Scared to death that they're going to be removed either in twenty twenty two thousand twenty two or twenty twenty four and they are gonna out of self-interest nocco knock down with the ship. Knock down with trump and they are they are willing to vote to remove him because of what's been revealed that's ten the other ten is the royal will call other religious ten led by Mitt Romney. These are people for their own reasons no judgment but they actually do believe they're real believers and they have had the hold hold their nose at the immorality of this. The the knows that Christianity today could no longer hold when they wrote that toil that he has to go. There are ten. I believe there are ten true believers who believe in their Christianity enough to where they find him repulsive repugnant and stands for I keep against the things that they believe in and they're going to be ten of those led by Ronnie. That are going to say I morally cannot support what this any longer I wanna believe of the fifty. Three there are ten whoever conscience and truly believe in their Christianity or Mormonism to the point where they are not going to attach themselves throughout history to this man. They don't want their kids to grow their their grandkids to grow up to be like this. It's an awful awful thing. They know a lot of them know it inside. How does Nancy Pelosi guaranteed us? Does he get this. She's doing what she can do right right now by not giving them the articles when Peter. They're going to be a big fight. This could end up in court. This could but she did. I think she did the right thing. And I think that if she's successful if witnesses the latest poll on that one seventy two percent of the American public believe with this should be called even Republicans. Believe that the witness.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A. B. C.'s joined us had a couple of days to settle in the election was bloodbath Republicans in Marion County statewide the GOP made some gains Abdul that you cover the election here this week what did you think any surprises and actually you know what let's start out with voter turnout what was turn out like turn out in Marion County into being about twenty three twenty four percent which is about as this concern really weird the averages about twenty six so slightly under average turnout is is what we had in Marin county what to help the Democrats so was a percentage or straight ticket voting so it's basically three to one so basically for every three votes every four votes cast three were street took a Democrat one was straight ticket Republican so back up a little bit to voter turnout I remember when you joined us on the air on election day you brought up the fact that a lot more people have registered to vote in the last couple of years specifically comparing it to the last like six or seven thousands more people registered but thousands are staying home as well yeah we're not we we do not see the the the percentage of turned out that we did back in two thousand eleven when Greg Ballard was up for reelection this was a lot closer to two thousand fifteen when it was Joe Hogsett and Chuck brewer but even then like set up bins gonna spend sometime looking at the numbers just by big we can project because I'm a total dork in the is even without the last election the street you can persons like no sixty two maybe thirty thirty two main here now that that seventy one seventy two percent that makes a world of difference because what that means is a lot of districts of maybe close and where the Republican may have a shot just so many Democrats came out to do basically puts the Democrats over the edge which is why the city county council is now twenty to five Democrats well it feels like a lot of people a lot of conservatives I should say that live in Marion County they're upset and to quote the commander in Top Gun they want the box ticked off they need people to blame there wondering why the city county council flipped when there are some pretty decently name Republicans that could have won those seats and how come these bad candidates keep getting pulled up whose books do we got to take care of bill I recommend getting a mirror because at the end of the day if the voters who to do all the stuff I mean Bob when we did our polling and like some research to see some of those trends reflected in the a live in the in the election race Johansen's parades were seventy one percent guess what Joe Hawkes and one with seventy one percent of generic only had about Johansen walked with eighty ninety percent Republican support demerit only had like sixty five percent of Republicans are jukebox at ninety percent Democrat support generic had a sixty five percent Republican support so jammed I hadn't even had his own base of no sort of sun up you know when you need these things and were who Joe Hogsett perform the worse was low southern township that's where Republicans want to what was the difference for merit ultimately for a virgin Mary I I what was part of it name recognition people to know who he was I mean part of it is in the thing is in a in a city election you have to have money to compete because you had to be able to not only just on television radio but yet have the organization and Joe Hogsett have the financial resources they open up offices basically in all four corners of Marion County had a west office beast of dumb central and and that type of stuff actually matters plus he's on television all the time we got about five I've mill right yeah we had that Susie Cordy the disgruntled bill Republican bus driver woman on and I'm a Republican Joe hi he did the vocal Republican that's really what that was all on the medical spade a spade sorry that's what it is and so do I have the joy of the money the resources and the time to compete Jim merit when you don't have the money you can't you you can't put the you can build the organization that is so necessary to get the stuff done because the other day elections are about ground game and by getting your people out to vote last thing on local elections because I do want to get into this teachers deal with you here just a moment but there are some big named Republicans in the city county council that will no longer be on the city county council fanning got beat the Cuillin got beat so go to the Marion County office for the Republicans here did they do a good job in making sure that their voters that basic needed to come out and vote obviously not yeah we we we wouldn't be here right now I mean the thing is and what what and what did it and we keep coming back to was just the wild percentage or straight ticket voting and the number of people who voted Democrat versus the number people one Republican that if if I know on the Islamic guy here but he is the local reference like Basil Passover gonna come by this tapped all the Republicans you know houses in them both of them off the lead the Democrats still go free there are no trump effect here right in Marion County because the majority I mean the GOP did make games and other areas of the state just as like they did in in Kentucky people make a big deal about Kentucky this week but it is a local and local elections in a row of nothing I mean there there don't always be a little bit of that but for the most part local elections are local if there's a whole different at different crop dynamics going on Jerry was Abdul Hakeem should vases with us here on the hammer and Nigel show so speaking of things local the red for at a rally is happening soon at the Indiana state house where all the teachers are going to dress up and read it and show up at the state house and complain about the fact that they're not getting paid enough and other things you've been pretty vocal on social media about this what do you think of this red for ed movement okay I'm always been a firm believer in that first moon right for citizens to petition the government to address their grievances I have no problem with that way you would know the teachers whatever group organizations always do it peacefully god love you god bless you knock yourself out what I have a problem with is sort of how it's being done and what a lot of school district using recalled E. learning day and what an E. learning day is for you folks may not be sure of back in the old days when the when school gets no then you have to make those days up is what the legislature there was like Hey you know what technology changes so we can have it is sort of let's grab the rules for the learning day or so so basically learn at home and so that way you still get your just look at your classes structured time and and you want to add on other days and it used to be you had to get permission from the state department of ed use the learning day well the kind of change that and I don't get that anymore and so now would love the school this is our new is that we're going to use use of any learning days but wait a second if you go to the department heads as website and look at what you're supposed to use you learning day for I went to this no pretty intensely last night and know where did I see go to the same house and lot before pay raise as part of the curriculum instruction for E. learning day it is just not in there and it kind of makes you wonder and I'm just throwing this out there at the school district says they use this as an E. learning day and this E. learning going on what Cargas will differ is committing fraud I'm just throw that was pretty far fetched so let's bring it back a little bit closer here if you say you're using something that's specifically designed for certain purpose and you do something else knowingly willingly and intentionally I can make an argument you're gonna committing fraud there will be well that in some later on the issue that I had was it is safe right it's a quid pro quo every time you hear it the problem I have any get my wife works in a school district the problem I have with this whole thing Abdul is one I want the teachers to get their money I am pro teachers getting their money don't get me wrong but it feels like they're channeling their frustration in the wrong place correct me if I'm wrong the state of Indiana gave schools a lot millions upon millions of dollars last session but they left it up to the school administrators to pass that down now if the admins don't pass that down that's where the angry teacher should be pro testing out of the admin building and now do you see what the school superintendents are also facets quick let the teachers Teixeira E. learning day you got you get any learning day and you're gonna be looking in the learning day yeah because superintendents I mean they're not stupid I mean still run a school district these guys are pretty sharp like Hey you know what let's not let the teachers really know that the people most response for your salaries are us in the school board so Hey you guys will go down legislation protest knock yourself out and I'm Florida that Wayne township teachers are going down to the state house to protest because for the second time since I've been living in Wayne township I had the be Jesus taxonomy with this referendum and surprise surprise the teacher didn't see any results from the referendum and now they're going down to complain for more that's why I sent you instead of going down a little no washers street no may want to head over to high school road and go talk to your local school board and I've always been a firm believer that these issues are local issues more remember folks more than half the state budget is spent on K. through twelve education of the governor they picked up part of the teacher pension fund Happel schools didn't have to pay it so guess what that my that would normally go on to the teacher pension payments so you can bring that up and now give it to school district does not the status has done job by the way anybody tells you that our school district lost money because of the state no your school district lost money because you lost students because in Indiana the money follows the kid this is one more for the people in the back door if you did the in Indiana we fund our schools the state portion the money follows the student so if you have more students you get more money you get you have fewer students to get your money this is basic math that this is this is this is not rocket science is not included in geometry get fewer students get less dollars it's just that some I'm gonna type in Euclidean J. on well how you spell mother why is with the D. get in the middle I know it sounds like I'm picking on Wayne township is not because I want those teachers to get their money I want all the teachers to get their money but the same teachers that were sending me mean tweets bashing this referendum about a year ago another one saying will you help us because we're not getting paid I think I think the bigger question is we're gonna have to have but that's when it passes to the to the to the teacher folks what do you want at the end of the day how much money do you want yeah just give me give me a number what is going to take for you to get X. Y. Z. if I had my druthers okay here's a check we're done get the hell out of my face so you're Ryan Gosling in the notebook right now tell me what you want yes hated that movie what's the one program this weekend we got we are actually pre empted this weekend because of I you basketball so we would not be on this weekend I will be competitive with rock kind of who I had to go head to the car park today because it gives off a rotator cuff injury from Pat himself on the back referendum stuff and we will be back on the program next week we'll have his really dissect do the deep dive what these local elections mean and not just here to do now this will also go caramel Bob and the donor counties and a few other things as well Abdul Hakim survive a few math bear standing by in the W. I. B. C. traffic.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Team if you let this season play out and quite frankly you pay AJ green it's kind of a disservice because of all the other glaring needs that you have to put money into so if you can get a first round pick for AJ green then you need to do it in a look for for AJ green has been the the pro's pro here in Cincinnati I will I would like to see him have a chance to go somewhere and and when I would I would like to see him have a chance to go play with drew Brees are Tom Brady for a year or two and see if if you can write if you can a clip that now for for AJ green it's tough because he idolizes Larry because general right who is done it his way and he stayed with one team about that that that's that's great but Larry fitzgerald has a Superbowl there if it's general it's it's easier to shore to said while I was on the top and he's going to Hey I've been going to camp I can't see you can't say the same thing about OJ still has a chance to be a very impactful player did you go to one of those teams and you think you pair AJ green alongside of Michael Thomas right or you you pair AJ green what are the other side of talk radio senator Tom Brady and it it it it it would be it would be an opportunity for AJ green and an opportunity for this bangles team to say you know what adult so now we're gonna try to do this the right way trade deadline is October the twenty nine by the way down if something like that were to happen it would be the antithesis of what the bangles right at you that and I'm sure that there's a very strong opinion of all of those that make the decisions at Paul Brown stadium that well why not hold on to AJ greeted break here part of whatever we're going to be what it assets if you remember what AJ green came to this team he came in tandem with AB Grady doll today grew together yep they grew together well that would be the case if indeed you're going to move on from bad the tall today should you be asking AJ great to be around for what's going to be a year to over rebuilt exactly and and and and at this point of his career that probably takes AJ towards the back in right of what a lead status he has so it's a hard sell to say Hey stick with us for a few years to this and it's a hard sell to say Hey we're gonna buy into AJ green but basically use it while we rebuild it just that those two things don't add up when you can get something in return for what what it does add up to is a marvelous opportunity for the bangles yes because if your date by you to this at okay this is we got I have a reset button and it's not just some some new coaches and a new head coach then this would be a marvelous opportunity for them but I I I would think there have to be voices down there say the same thing as those saying we're going to hold on to AJ green you would think because it it's like either either one of two things happen this franchise brought exact tailored actually thought that they could keep the roster the same it's still wet or they brought exact Taylor is one of those things to shield right the fan base and and and say well look at all this new flashy new day look at we got a new coach and we've listened to the fans and they want you to focus so much on that that you forget that right their major off season moves recited Bobby Hart it was bring you back pressed to brown it was they they did all that stuff around Zack Taylor right now the the the Cape has been pulled back a little bit that cycle what are we with the same roster it just does it does it just doesn't work those things those things don't add up standing by the acute hearing centers dot com hotline is our guide lease early about sports he had a big week live great week actually last week with his picks he's back for more and Lee good morning thanks for joining us you how how about what's going on right now in the NFL it's crazy underdog with the with the result in from on Thursday night and we know that the rams won one and a half covered the games college people plan those those top twenty five you know double digit favorites like the Ohio state and Oklahoma is and they're coming in big time well above sixty percent so there the BET nose and they're familiar with all those teams and they're going out for dinner on Saturday night great about themselves coming back Sunday in their best and favorite in the baton home teams and they're getting smashed to meet the underdog thirty nine twenty four and one in road team forty one twenty two one one I think they'll be a regression back to the mean I think you're gonna see a couple weeks for the home teams in the favorite to win maybe through the next three weeks but it's been a tough time for the public on Sundays Baltimore two one two at the one three Pittsburgh today Pittsburgh's at home it's getting points this is everybody so I'm out will mark Jackson hasn't look good the last couple of weeks that Baltimore defense has been off for the last two weeks I know they play two teams a cap or points but the defense is not what it once was at least through four games yeah very very surprising they're proud team to figure it out and then Pittsburgh you know they come back and and perfect set up playing Cincinnati at home I thought to today's game plan was in great the execution was worse and and Pittsburgh they they use that short passing game to move down the field and and do a number on Cincinnati I think that gives them a lot of positive energy going forward but I just don't think they match up with mark Jackson here give ME Baltimore thirty four seventeen Baltimore wins and went straight up I think this next game is a game of or the game with a Green Bay at Dallas couple to three and one teams Dallas is at home and it's got to give Green Bay points given three way of looking at the I seen a lot of of Dallas their defenses played well but I mean my gosh it's three wins were against Miami the giants in Washington so I mean how good is this Dallas many papers getting ready for that change games hello everyone the same we're going to be ready for that game the same you know have a loss the year before thirteen it and against Dallas when we had like a hundred and seventy nine total yards that was a circle game for them and Dallas now knows what it's all about I don't think you're gonna see see quickly it helps to talk Russian guards against I just don't think the Green Bay one defense is is is good enough and then also they can't run the football their their pass only team so I think Dallas bounces back at the gold star running demo used a play action and and it'll open up things for dak Prescott I like Dallas you're thirty one twenty thirty one twenty dollars covers at home today against the Packers so you know the culture only about ninety miles up the road here in Cincinnati and so we get a lot of colds we see a lot of calls a lot of colds fans listen to the show the Mike but Lee they got Kansas city today in Kansas city double digit points is what the chiefs have the latest colts defense is not good I think they gave up fifty four in their last two games and that's the wrong number going to play a team like Kansas city today now they're injured I mean they're really banged up their star safety Millie Coker game time decision star linebacker Gary slander looks like he'll play but you know he's really things happen they pass also known as almost all the time and and I think that you've got bad matchup for Kansas city MO homes can read defenses with the best of me as a rocket on that works well against quarterback that arch strong in the NFL so I I think that's a real problem for for them and then once they fall behind in this game their best two players on offense game time decision Marlon Mack a very underrated running back and catching the ball in the backfield their home run hitter T. Y. Hilton so my homes for the first time in fifteen games did not throw a touchdown pass back the phone to touch downs are more down fourteen last fifteen games I look for me in to have a bounce back it's crazy that of course over thirty points and you're looking for a bounce back game right here one thirty one thirteen in the cold why she would everyone healthy and one playing I think they double up in the air forty two twenty one forty two twenty one another cover for the chiefs today at home yeah I had the Browns are an interesting team more daily I mean I mean there there are two and away from home they're two or two overall they get a forty Niners team that's off of by this week at a forty Niners really employed anybody they played cincy they played Pittsburgh they play camper but here they are at home with the Browns team to kind of figure things out a little bit last week well how do you see this one I thought they did and and it would help by the consulting firm that they knew they were going to run out of twelve formation a lot and so the ram so that they remain at a one running back to tight ends like seventy one seventy two percent of the time so what are the rand do they game plan for it and and they put a lot of pressure on Baker Mayfield and and and they won the game that way so even the least realize that you know they made a mistake they were you know just showing too much of what they were doing and and the NFL's about making these adjustments here so the NFL schedule makers are you said they have not been seen for Cisco any favors had not played anyone I think that will hurt them going forward and then with all this momentum they hit the ball right I mean they would love to waited two or three more weeks only at the by when they had more injuries and and and also maybe when things are going so well so they get things back on track here and in the last week you know when when when Cleveland plan they realized it seems we're doubling up OB J. so what they do the door to the tight end through to the other receivers they ran the ball more I think Cleveland starting to figure it out I like him here wrong team favor Cleveland twenty twenty four Cleveland twenty eight twenty four in San Francisco this afternoon while we're in October now it's amazing where the heck did say it was September go on a label that it is October rock over for you it is we have what what we call locked over and and I I we usually get into a nice run here so they want to hop on board use coupon code the two.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"The fed lowered the lending rate tell us about that and what it means in essence for everyday people. all they lowered it a quarter of a point but the fed was a split vote on this the most divided said in history seven voted for rate cuts three were against it adamantly the the the same seven members are saying that another rate cut of a quarter point is going to happen this year but the CNBC poll shows that there's a fifty percent percent chance of a rate cut in October and another one seventy two percent rent chance the rate cut in December what this means is interest rates are going to get lower so if you're buying a home or purchasing some fixed rate items typically a home you're going to get a lower rate on your mortgage so it's going to benefit some stimulus the flip side of it is still down tremendously negative because there might be doing a quantitative easing become Powell even came out and said it's possible on that we needed to resume the you're going organic growth of the balance sheet earlier than we thought so he's insinuating quantitative easing is coming well I not just coming then the fed in Jackson money into the system last week. some people say it's Q. aegis hidden term and I said on your program a year ago watch the fed is going to do Q. E. four they just might not call it that and some economists are saying completely this is a quantitative easing what it is is you know if you remember back in two thousand eight the credit markets seized up and so the fed have inject money in the system and it said that through thing called the repo market to they repossessed treasuries and mortgage backed securities from the big banks overnight to provide instant liquidity so we came really close to two thousand eight all again last week this is severity of this and so what happened there's a crack in the financial markets money stopped flowing in the fed injected on Tuesday fifty three billion dollars they did it again on Wednesday seventy five billion dollars there's been a total of of almost blew over two hundred billion dollars injection the system last week so and rates soared from two and a quarter to four point seven five percent so this is the financial challenge that we're having in the fed is you know probably going to launch another Q. he's not a matter of if but more women and we saw this happening in the actually want to set up a repo company within the fed up I'm a reporter silly they're talking about so they got to do something and so we'll find out what that actually is here in the coming weeks well every time I hear about the fed with plans like this it makes me nervous I think they're too powerful already I'd like to see them dial down a notch or two but you're saying you're officially on the record you're saying you do think it's an issue of when not if a quantitative easing four takes place. I'm on the record for that and here's some other people that are much more insight this than I am the head of the market group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Simon potter last week said quote the fed may have to expand the central bank she throughout outright purchases of US treasury securities to enable liquidity as conditions at the end of the quarter will be needed after years and and quote and then also JP Morgan Goldman Sachs Barclays bank bank of America all said that we're going to have a quandary easing for Goldman Sachs said the fifteen billion dollars a month a hundred fifty billion dollars toll increasing the balance sheet bank of America says they have to do this is the long term solution Barkley said something similar and we are seeing that this is going to push the central bank she'd much higher in the Morgan said the fed may need to start the open market operations sooner rather than later so it is coming the big banks are saying we're on the doorstep of this as well and the one thing that's guaranteed one Q. we kick sand is that the value of the dollar goes down is that correct the value of the dollar goes down usually it supports the indexes in stocks bonds mutual funds it causes them to go up usually a gold is the number one asset in this environment gold rallied fifty percent a whole bunch but the troubling factors all this does is make money cheat and the bank of international settlements is put out a warning here last week that financial disaster is a minute us seventeen trillion dollars of the global negative interest rates and David Rosenberg is a global economist said today there's a hundred percent chance of recession next twelve months old this is were on the the cost this of everything I've been talking about now we have the fed confirming this with their actions and also the Big Bang. you're saying it's coming gold is the place to put get some money to take advantage of upward tick single yeah well and the the so the reason I ask that last questions because every time the dollar gets weaker gold gets stronger so friends if you're hearing this and you're saying but wait a minute I've got you know my my retirement is mostly cash or paper now is a great time before that Q. E. four hits to transfer into tangible commodities that that won't that will gain in value as opposed to lowering their value which the dollar in paper currency well it's just it's just a natural common sense thing and I don't trust anybody on that transaction the way I trust landmark gold eight four four six oh four two five seven five the coming bail in is there free white paper their new newsletter gold is it to now a golden opportunity you get these papers gets yourself caught up on facts and then.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"M. J. coming up we've got something from Nancy Pelosi that you happy here it is a racist comment about Donald Trump about making America white again bush makes a comment like this and we better saying I've got it for you on the audio you know I just blows right by the mainstream media you know they don't even blink they only and then nothing you know and you know what I want to say if a Republican said this oh my god you know and this has to do with the twenty twenty census question but it was bumped by the supreme cart blacked bill Barr says maybe not the Supreme Court may have not got it right and he may have found a legal way to get this question on the ballot excuse me of the census but Nancy Pelosi says well that's another temp to make America white again you know I mean over on that side of the political fencing say whatever you want races and or otherwise and see if there's who gets the gas we do we say anything slightly off color also coming up California with another distinction a very different distinction in some research in polling from Wally harbor who loves to look at the sociological side of things with people states Iago fees this has to do with which state is the most fun state in the United States of America the most fun where did California place in this and we have to exclude ourselves because those of us living you're not having fun I'm sure this has to be Pretorius most people coming in you know New York did well Florida did well California did well but how did we really really do speaking of California we have a big couple of days of earthquakes didn't work if an earthquake with the same magnitude as Friday shaker seven point one ridgecrest if that hit the San Francisco what would be devastation of been like now the recent quake struck a remote sparsely populated area consisting of mostly undeveloped desert except for the city of ridgecrest you know it has a population of just under thirty thousand I think it is couple a multi story buildings as a result you know damages less severe and there were no deaths was still bad I mean this is not good but if you're gonna get lucky on an earthquake it's you want to happen in the area that's not so densely populated by contrast he got the bay area San Francisco in the surrounding area very tightly packed seven million people you know you've got multiple major cities vast suburbs you know connected by a complex highway and transportation systems you got big multi story buildings all over the place in the ceiling in the the bay area there is a very dense urban environment many multi story buildings and guess what a lot of these buildings were not built to code so be exposure to the people the structures in the bay area would be devastating he would there would be much much much more damage obviously and what happened in ridgecrest with at seven point one shaker on Friday what's more in this is this is what we never take into consideration much of the bay area is developed on bay mud M. U. D. mud and artificial fill in areas where the water table is very high due to the proximity of the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean not on solid ground by a long shot this wasn't thought out very well the scenario could result in much much much more violent shaking then what occurred in southern California structures built on this fill this landfill this mud would suffer greatly from the over amplification of these these weekly movements because of the the not stable area that everything's built on you got to lose week so ill you got the the water table it is going to cause some what's the freaking word look of occasion liquid occasion absolutely and that's gonna mess up everything it will take up the water pipes the foundations the ground sinks and it moves during an earthquake in the city San Francisco see a handful of major faults cutting through the bay area not one bit no there are a few more than that the one most likely we would see I would circle in a major event is the Hayward fault which is fifty two miles running along the the stretch from San Pablo bay in the north just east of San Jose in the south I think somebody correct me if I'm wrong but that's that's about right we always think was senator a Senate race San Andreas they were at fault V. the Hayward fault vulnerability good because horrible effect on the entire bay area the scenarios almost kind of unimaginable but hundreds you know in it in a scenario like a seven point one anywhere between eight eight thousand excuse me eight hundred eight thousand people would die eighteen thousand would be injured I'm estimated fifty two thousand homes would burn twenty thousand people would be struck stuck in elevators of twenty thousand fifteen hundred could be trapped in fallen buildings the tragedy is quite possible for the V. 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US Geological Survey they're saying that there's a seventy two percent seventy two percent chance of one or more major six point seven earthquakes happening in the bay area between now and twenty forty three because we're in that earthquake drought that I talked about yesterday earthquake activity has been really under developed in the past one hundred years compared to the previous centuries and if we're looking at the previous centuries of some kind of marker we're in trouble if this is the new normal Happy Days but when you talk like this and we remember what the seven point one shaker felt like here in Fresno for example over ridge crest it's a great reminder for what this type of activity would do if it happened in a larger metropolitan area horrific absolutely horrific and again and they will just got it right here what we never consider the or we do we don't remember are we there yet many people not aware of the ground that San Francisco sits on mud mud artificial landfill everything will liquefy beneath the building's very unlike the desert areas so that should make a day thing about that one seventy two percent chance of a major quake between now and twenty forty three up in that area not good way overdue course you hear that a lot every time there's a smaller shaker we always hear were way overdue news right now on camp J. with a news update here again is Erin Abadia not recovering after being shot in the backseat of a car in east central press no happened around seven forty last night Galen winery chief Jerry dollars as it appears to be another gang related shooting all of the child was not the intended target tissue the attributes in part to justice system right now is extremely lenient state of California it is important we have consequences for these individuals that we arrest we have a weak criminal justice system the state of California there's no question know anything about the shooting go belly crime stoppers four nine eight stop one of the nation's biggest bargains Asians asking California congressional leaders to make changes to a pending trade deal latest from game jag record on your the national farmers union says the U. 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Mexico Canada agreement could be approved upon to reduce healthcare costs and protect rule jobs before it sent to Congress for approval in a letter to the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy national farmers union president Roger Johnson emphasizes the value of trade agreements to the agricultural community however farmers are becoming more dependent on all former employment according to Johnson who urges the two congressional leaders to include proposals to address labor the environment in strengthening enforcement standards John York KPMG news California lawmakers voting to send governor Gavin Newsom a build to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to improve contaminated drinking water legislation clearing the Senate with a vote of thirty eight to one giving it bi partisan support measure would spend a hundred thirty million dollars year over the next decade to upgrade water systems with most of the money coming from California's cap and trade program the Dow down seventy nine points right now nasdaq up twenty eight.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sort of a forward shawn frank coming up this hour more the bait craziness crazy train last night in one of the bagels take a look at the border crisis continues here in howard county ice was spotted yesterday burgess owens will be here in less than thirty minutes to talk about his testimony before congress on reparations but first let's get caught up on the crazy train democrats everywhere mayan democrats everywhere man to man to compare man hard for me to care man none of them have a prayer man democrats every they look there's bud and sanders warrenville blasios gillibrand gabbard young and castro publisher bed bill delaney grabble harris while welinsk williamson joined on both incest tech looper democrats everywhere man democrats have wear man trying not to stare man they're full of hot air man donna bone how prior mind democrats every way yes they're everywhere last night part one and why do it all again tonight part two which will feature sleepy joe bolshevik bernie and and camera i slept my way to the top harris this evening and also of course last night n._b._c. not ready for primetime bearing moment for them land of course why here was one of the i think the highlight of the of the evening last night welcome to the first democratic debate in the twenty twenty race for a time being elected Senator. Sitting center. now that kind of sums it up there and look i think the way i look at it last night the big winners and they're only three the way i was scoring the debate again the they were i don't think live off is gonna continue she's she's a minimal opponent for the progressives and i think that tulsi gabbard really rose to the top last night in fact she won the internet poll by drudge and was the most searched candidate google so she surprised last night with a former rock war veteran and she is in command his antiwar also for the john delaney of maryland actually you know he was the centrist the appeared to be the one that had the least some semblance of of reason the big losers for me were spartacus holy on castro with his reproductive justice nonsense red bill de blasio here for just a second jay inslee i don't know why this guy's in the race he's a four amy koba thought had patel essential but she really didn't do much to elevate her campaign last night bobby award was a bust an absolute bust and tim ryan nobody knows that guy is so here is a on castro last night at the debate trying to pander to women i would do several things starting with something we should have done a long time ago which is to pass the equal rights amendment finally also legislation so that women are paid equal pay for equal work in this country it's cass time that we did that and you know we have to do this if we want to be the most prosperous nation in the twenty th century we need to make sure that women are paid what they deserve and then there was red bill the blasios dry to pander to the black vote last night just reminding people who his son is for the last twenty one years ivan raising a black sun in america and i have had to have very very serious talks so my son dante about how to protect himself on the streets of our city and all over this country including how to deal with the fact that he has to take special caution because there's been too many tragedies between our young men are police to as we saw recently in india yeah those are dried today's when cops are sas innate by anybody be they minority or non minority that that doesn't get on his radar screen but that's just an for depend or chris tingle matthews pronounced a heavyweight after the debate last night i don't see that at all for big bird coming out of that debate but it appears you know and this is not scientific obviously but as i said earlier this morning it appears to me that the networks themselves looked to be favoring elizabeth warren don't and of course we know that bernie sanders is not going to go away he's going to have his solid core of supporters just like president trump has probably not as many but nonetheless you know bernie sanders can also lay claim to the fact that he should have been the nominee the last time around so right now i would have to put those two people and they're both way to the left at the forefront just you know said nothing scientific near but just my observation yeah i thought it was interesting there bashing the trump economy which is seventy one seventy two percent of americans think the economy is good so either they're wrong or the democrats are wrong and i think the latter is the case against social takeover of our health care system with the elimination of our private insurance you talk about you think obamacare is bad can you imagine a socialist takeover are tire health system it's gonna be expensive it's going to cost jobs it's going to rich going to ruin the economy open borders i think there's no question sean that there's going to be a socialist who is going to be the nominee really well biden of course y'all think is gonna problem i think he's going to be you he's going to end delaney just doesn't have the chops to he he won't get out of single digits i don't think these are just my observations right now But my question would be, how do you think? president trump stand up against elizabeth ward now she's it's a female very very progressive you know if the democrats can't get bernie sanders and they end up with elizabeth warren i can see bernie sanders people switching over to elizabeth warren so let's say for a moment that it is pocahontas how the how would you as president trump debate her how would you know well you know it's a capital versus versus socialism she's not she has again i'd lied about her heritage and i think donny deutsch of m._s._n._b._c. said last night if a warns an omni they lose if sanders is the nominee they lose with against the socialist they lose i think unless we had sits michelle obama well no please don't even know even float that bullet teen oprah's does she's not she says she's actually thinking about going back to television again how cool is she misses the the show you have richard chairs number give you something to watch every day in the afternoon sure like oprah's very fifteen talking about her that's right richard wants another chat another crack at it sure it does i wouldn't say that though but just saying wants a chance Wait a minute. I just spit on myself. Hey, that was Chuck Whitaker. No. she wasn't he wants another crack at i spit on myself and snot myself at the same time just Okay. Good recovery. Damn what's happening. Shorter. i don't know if i can do this i can't get this smile off my face Richard. wherever he is he just passed out as well i'm sure to you is a service of tripoli This is not good, folks. I'm sorry. The. this loop at hartford road is where the backup begins it goes into town i'm not laugh at just moving along with you the interloper slow at green spring the west side has moved down just a bit pretty down the frederick road both the harbour tunnels are still backed up southbound it's not my fault there's some limited toll at ninety five at the fort mchenry to i'm done i got to get out of this.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Tiny Spark

Tiny Spark

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on Tiny Spark

"One of your recommendations is a congressional committee on reparations. What would that look like to you? And what would you hope that it would achieve sure? I mean one thing I wanna start off with is oftentimes more and more conversations around reparations, that's a positive thing. But sometimes, I think people are confusing inclusive progressive policy with reparations right so guaranteed. Full employment with a living wage, that's not reparations. That's a progressive policy. That would not be racially exclusionary, and that's good reparations or something that is a focus on dealing with a historic, and contemporary wrong, whether it be with African Americans or native Americans, and we don't have one like this is what reparation should be. We believe that there should be a congressional committee that his studying this, and it's looking in a holistic way because I think we look in most countries that have been serious about reparations. There is some financials, some money allocated to people, but it's also part of a much larger process of investment institutions of a recognition of Nash. National wrong and how to have these conversations national landmarks all across the country, the nation coming to terms with the historic wrong, so we can move past this inequality. In addition to reparations we're going to need a progressive Konami, because even if you recognize what is wrong, even if you give some financial support to some of these communities, if we're in an economy, whenever the economy, grows most of that growth is all being allocated to the top one or top five percent. We are going to actually maintain inequality. So that's why we have reparations and a list of progressive policies, because we know we need all of that in order to get past the racial wealth divide. I would also just add one important role of commission is served like a truth and reconciliation process. The white median wealth is forty one times the African American median wealth. You cannot explain that gap through the typical mythologies of individual effort. And deserve it nece that is the result of centuries of systemic racism, and wealth-building. So part of the Commission's work is to gather a body of testimony on the racial wealth divide on that history. And how it's affected and in a we've had reparations in the United States Ronald Reagan signed legislation that provided reparations to Japanese Americans who are intern during World War Two there are examples and, you know, in Tennessee coats, you know, we're sort of, in a state of arrested development in understanding the black holocaust, as same with understanding native American genocide, and in order to face that history and pay restitution and heal from that we have to face it and repair it. And reparations is one of the ways. So I could also see a national commission being part of a national healing process. Chuck Collins, our on this topic. You know, he did interview you on this podcast about your book born on third. Base, which is your story of having been born into the one percent and your decision, the age of twenty six to give away your inheritance. As we talk about reparations when you think back to your decision to give away your inheritance at the age of twenty six was that any type of? Gesture toward reparations kind of on an individual basis or or not. You know, I would say, I wish I had that understanding and insight to half my life ago. I did grow up in Detroit, and then the suburbs of Detroit. So to me, the inequalities that I saw were the racial, and economic divide between city and suburb and across racial lines that was part of my waking up to what was broken in our society, and so to that extent, I was responding. But I would say that the part of the discussion is what's happened to white wealth, huge amounts of the beneficiaries of tilted rules of the economies are white people in the top one percent or the top one tenth of one percent. I would personally argue that a fair amount of how we should pay for reparations would be a progressive tax on wealth above a very high thresh. Old say above fifty million dollars portion of that could be taxed to pay the reparations restitution. You know you have proposed a list of ten solutions to help address the racial wealth divide in America, and I'm a little bit curious about your process because, as I've been listening to you both today and getting ready for this interview I thought about some of the things that weren't included to the best of my knowledge, and I could be wrong. There isn't a particular solution aimed at reforming our criminal Justice system, which discriminates so terribly against people of color. I think a lot about public education and how equally funding our public schools in this country would go such a long way to providing adequate education for every American child. Did you have discussions about what was going to go into this list of ten and what was left out and where there some debates around that I'm curious about your process? We could have easily done a hundred policies to bridge, the racial wealth divide. But, you know, fellas important to highlight the ten that are most focused on economic lens that we felt are currently discussed through mainstream politicians that could really dress, this wealth inequality space. We also believe that with an changing of wealth and a greater equity and wealth. It will help move all of these other institutions, fears to a more equitable. I was struck by something you wrote, which was the fact that adjustments to black and Latino education rates, homeownership savings and employment. Do not greatly reduce the racial wealth divide. Why is that? We need a progressive economy, and in a regressive economy, where growth is going to most of the top ten top one percent. Even if you have an increase, I mean, particularly medium black income is around forty thousand dollars. So even if it goes up to forty five or fifty that's not really any extra funds to help build wealth to go to homeownership. That's really just a few more dollars for consumption to pay off some debts. And so you have to have some type of mix of an increase in income, we do need homeownership, but even homeownership alone. Wouldn't solve the issuing blacks only have home homeownership rate of around forty one percent think whites around seventy one seventy two percent. And so there's a massive disparity, but it's also true that when blacks have a home if it's in a predominately black neighbourhood that exact same home has less of a value because whites don't wanna live in areas that are predominantly African American. So we just kind of highlighting that there is no one policy solution. Bridge, the racial wealth divide. We did do ten because we recognize it has to be kind of an interlinked web to really create the opportunity in space to develop wealth that can address a store division. Some people or maybe even a lot of people look at a list of solutions like the ones you've proposed and may say it's pie-in-the-sky like yeah. You know, great ideas never going to happen. And I want to give you both a chance to respond to that reaction that a lot of people have, sometimes when they look at a list like this, I think there's a lot of people who would say, yeah, this would be great, but you know, who's gonna pay for it. How do we get this legislation actually drafted and passed? So I'm sure that you don't do this work, just so that people read it, and, you know, move on with their lives. I imagined that you do this work because you believe in real change, and you have a vision for how we need to get there. And so I wanna give you both an opportunity to talk about how do we get from these ideas to action? Well, the great thing. About several of the policies that we put forward is they've already been drafted Elizabeth Warren has very strong affordable housing mobility proposal that she has written up a Koi Booker from New Jersey has a baby bonds proposal. So these are things that senators have already drafted some legislation now. Yes, of course, they need to be passed in an acted, but there is movement on these things Medicare for all, I think almost all the presidential candidates, the democratic side, that off twenty-five, but a majority of them have signed onto Medicare for all, which if you years ago, would have seemed impossible, and I think, in our proposals, we also have tax revenue, we have revenue generating ideas, as well that can help cover some of these costs, which again people like Senator Elizabeth Warren is also doing to move forward, her affordable housing, mobility, act, this idea of taxing the wealthy and of changing the tax code. So actually, I think these are actually more. Plausible realistic solutions than they've ever been that mean you're an optimist right now. Are you feeling optimistic about the possibilities for addressing the racial wealth divide that you've spent so much of a career looking out? You have never been much of an optimist but I will say, yeah, no chills. Like it is actually possible to move forward. Many of these policies, and I'm just also excited that the racial wealth divide is something that is being regularly discussed in a presidential campaign in my history. I don't remember so many lease on the democratic side. Candidates feeling need to take strong leads on this. So I do think this is a positive development and excited to see where it can go. I would just add that we kind of did this before. I mean after World War Two we taxed ourselves at much more progressive rates, and we invested in things that help Bill to white middle class, a number of the things on this list included. So we've kind of done it before, except it was done in a racially exclusionary way. So there's a moment here where big, and bold ideas to address inequality are being floated, and it's overdue. I mean, we're four decades into a growing polarization of income, and wealth and everyone knows it now. You know, maybe that two years from now we're back into some sort of constraints or will be in some new kind of sense of austerity. But I don't think that changes the importance of pushing these bold ideas forward, the alternate of is that we move toward it ever growing economic apartheid society. That's not good for anybody. It's not where anyone will wanna.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Oldest goaltender to record. His first career playoff win age of thirty five Eddie Johnston nineteen seventy-two with the Boston Bruins last. I'm anybody older than him did. And prior to that it was the fame Lester Patrick with the Rangers in nineteen twenty eight to forty four year old coach of the Rangers. Who was the fetch minute is playing days ended up dressing in the middle back game because of an injury and picked up the win at age forty four. So now Curtis mcelhinney third on that list. That was the third time. He appeared a Stanley Cup playoff game all three times in relief. So tonight the first ever start in the Stanley Cup playoffs for thirty five year old Curtis. Mcelhinney hurricanes tidal. To with the islanders Carolina in possession. Again, trying to get through a crowded neutral zone of turnover that is the intent of the trap out of Pelham dribbles toward Nicolini cut off in front of the net by Jordan stall. And he'll race the other way percents to need a right. A right wing over the line down the slot and wide left along the ice bounces out the slave, and it left point you don't need to write a behind the net shoved into the wall hard by pellet as those to battle taken away by bars. L fines Andrews le- left wing through center in front of the benches cross ice in front of the penalty boxes to walk right wing. Over the Cain dropped for buzz L fix the shot to the goal line chop mangled try and if the outside of the right post canes trying to get it out farside Brock McGinn, Jordan stall and he taps into the neutral zone. Let us take over there Mayfield right wing and center center. Senate ahead off Josh Bailey. Stick the linesman yelling off, meaning the allergies. Must tag up to get back on side. And that allows race it over the line shock good. Save letter. Big rebound swinging by Warren Bogle loose puck. Picked up by trying to send away Nelson. The right circle. Back can't trying to go five and mcelhinney close it up with his stick. I still have it here in Tarragona territory. Standing on a go with Bailey came over the line from above the doctor decide by letter to the far corners we exchanged chances here early third tied to islander turtle where the neutral zone, Calvin Hans statue, right back in tapes. Beats Fogel farside puts it near side for Thomas Dickey, and he's got room to room. He'll send it out but held in briefly by the Han before thought to center by Brock Nelson is and to an action is that what you typically see between these two teams both so low structure to blame the neutral zone, but these are broken down a little bit for each side leading to and then chances how the Katie access they call it the fans the fans of the hurricanes are loving every minute of it as coming out again in transition. It's rolling in on macaroni, and he will cover with Beauvilliers just out to his left still not at two fourteen twenty two to play in period. Three tonight in North Carolina care four Val Philp hunting attack. There's one hundred sixty fifth career playoff game. One ahead of Sidney Crosby at the sole possession for six among active players really fit though because Marian Hosa hasn't officially retired. But affectively has as he has not played the last couple of years due to a skin condition. So really built Bill now a fifth most games, raven postseason among active players, and he's been effective for assists that second most on the Stanley Cup playoffs and coming into tonight one seventy two percent of his face off thirteen of eighteen wins another year left circle canes and pellets rich broken up in front contact with the top of the crease between Phil mcelhinney. But specially confiscate that the other way right over the our line going his way to put it on goal and a save by Robin letter. Oh, what a play by specia-. Again. The nineteen year old number two overall pick in two summers. Dram we'll billion the other way right wing over the canes line. Snapshot. Lockard high up in the air by mcelhinney built grabs it right point to the try and wide right along the ice shoved into the post here was comrade by Kane as they exchanged punches. The net comes off the mornings, and we'll step aside to score thirteen fifty one to play in.

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Subscription information is there, and it's a marvelous volume of political information and statistics that you may want to use in conversation or debate. And. I enjoy every issue of it and roads, we know you're busy and in advance. We say thank you for spending. All of this time this day. I would I would go out on a limb and say that probably over the years we've been doing this show. I think roads cook has been a guest on this show, probably more than any other single individual that we've done maybe I really think. So I I I I met Rhodes when he used down and participate in forums at the university of central Florida, and he was frequent in those years. I'm proud to say, it's a friendship that has lasted. And I am personally proud of roads. And we're delighted every time you get to spend some time. It's always a pleasure. Well, let me ask you this. Now, the Republicans, I probably most of them think. Oh, yes. We know Donald Trump's point run for reelection. I still get he has the committee in place, we're getting emails, but I also get emails from a committee supporting John casick, governor of Ohio and just in recent days. Former Florida governor Jeb Bush who didn't even win the last Republican presidential primary in Florida came out and said the Republicans need to put somebody up against Donald Trump. Now, I don't know whether that is still sour grapes left over from two and a half years ago, or or whatever. But how do you look at that? Probably most Republicans think Donald Trump's going to get a free ride. But there are Republicans out there who say, no, no. What do you think? Well with a ninety percent approval rating, you know within his own party. It makes the chances of. Even a significant primary challenge for as successful one is pretty low. But at the same time, I'm kind of with you Reagan and expecting someone to challenge him up here of the two names you hear or Larry HOGAN who moderate Republican governor of Maryland. New actually seems to be taking a look at the idea of a challenge. The other one is William Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts who ran as the libertarian vice presidential candidate last time, these return through the Republican party, and he's talked about running as well. So basically anyone who runs would be kind of the non Trump candidate, you know, and it would be interesting to see. The size of the primary vote. They would get would they get ten percent which seems to be the number of Republicans don't approve of him now or could they make that a lot more, you know, over in recent history. You know, since the primaries became the major route to the nomination back in the nineteen seventies. Three presidents have lost the general election Jimmy Carter in seventy six. I'm sorry. Gerald Ford in seventy six Jimmy Carter and eighty and George H W Bush in ninety two and each of them had a primary challenger. Of some significance. You know for Ford. It was Ronald Reagan for Carter was Ted Kennedy. You know for Bush, it was Pat Buchanan, so and and each case they. One seventy two percent if I might be precise here of the nation nationwide. Primary vote or less. So generally, it would be instructive if there was a candidate against Trump really to see how well they would do if they were carving out. Twenty twenty five thirty percent of the vote. Then I would think that would be assigned. The Trump was in some trouble in the general election. If somebody ran and Trump beat them ninety two ten then I think that would be a sign that he was in pretty good shape within his own party and on good ground to contest, the general election. So I don't know maybe Jeb Bush was talking about himself as a possible candidate. You know, that would be particularly interesting, and he might be the one who could actually draw the most votes in a Republican primary across the country. But. You know, the key figure is finding someone who's not on who basically can carve out a quarter or more of the Republican primary vote. Then you're talking about something there. Boy, you're talking about a challenger in the Republican primary right now. But there is talk of a challenger in the general third party challenger just running as an independent Howard Schultz isn't officially thrown his hat into the ring. But there's still a lot of talk about him. Getting into it. What do you think about that? What he pose a real challenge? Being elected probably not because no independent has. Been elected president or really come back close. He seems to have the money to make the race. But I know the Democrats are just crack practically of plastic, you know, about his potential candidate figuring he withdraw more democratic than Republican votes. So it's the third party scene is always interesting to seek as I soon the libertarians will mount a fair sized ticket again, maybe the greens as well. So there might be several you know, significant third parties back in the field. But basically, I think a rule of thumb is a they are strongest about the day they announced their candidacy or their ticket. And you know, over the course of a fall campaign their numbers tend to shrink intriguing. Shrink is voters. You know, frequently focus on the two major party candidates. And of course, the only third party that was ever really successful in the United States history was the Republicans who started out eighteen fifty six. Yeah. Eighteen sixty. So it is a long shot, but not to say a third party that polls enough votes can spoil an election. Teddy Roosevelt proved that when he ran as a progressive and managed to sink a second term for William Howard Taft many years ago. So it's an interesting kind of a thing roads the clock always tends to run a little bit too fast on us when you are guest. But we do want to say thank you for being Willis. Yes, as we said at the outset is now less than a year to the. Next Florida residential primary doesn't seem possible in last year last year not at presidential year two hundred and twenty nine million dollars in advertising assaulted our ears just here in Florida. So guess what's coming but Roach? Thank you. And we look forward to your next. Visit okay. You're most welcome Reagan. And Michael, and I look forward to it. This is the Florida roundtable, I'm Reagan Smith on Michael Yaffe, a brief closing thought allowing these messages. Hey neighbor, trying a different weed and feed this year. I want more bio advanced three and one Weeden feed for southern lawns. But why we do Scotts bonus s for years..

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"one seventy two percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"one seventy two percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You don't have to talk to anyone. You don't have to commit. You don't have to call back. He just gotta give me a shot have an open mind because the chances are if you play on your own you're gonna lose. I mean, let's face it. This system is set up for you to lose look at the games. You all I like this team. Okay. Named three players on the team. Could you do that? Okay. Very good. So that's why you don't wanna call. You can't even name players on the team who's the coach? Okay. Tommy their record in that arena. We have a multimillion dollar company. You want to be part of what we do because we win and all this winning. We do you're going to be part of it. And I'm going to be a part of it. And what you're gonna find is that you get paid. I get paid every week. It's a beautiful thing. Start by taking this game today and be aggressive. You want to take advantage of this game? I mean, the guys this was a level choo- pick level to play. You got about a seventy one seventy two percent chance of winning play. Ten percent of your bankroll. Here's your game. That's going to happen. If you call during the week, but. If this was my message guys play everything you can on this level five game. It cannot will not lose. So let's take advantage of the best information that I've had for the two thousand nineteen season. Let's take advantage of the game that I promise you cannot will not lose eight hundred nine four one seven three. Oh, three eight hundred nine four one seven three. Oh, three. You know, Rick. I wanna touch base about how we manage money. Does five levels of games. Usually the first level we keep we don't even play level two through five. Look each level has a rating system each rating system has a winning percentage. So if your Bank roll is a thousand dollars, we're going to tell you how much to play based on raiding of game would have. No, okay. You got a thousand. Dollars level chew you play this level three you play this level four level five then would build that bankroll. And as we build that Bank. Roll we'll get to increase the size of your back. So this is a business for us guys. I've been Wall Street before I did this and one thing I know how to do is make people money I've made a fortune for people than Wall Street. I've made a fortune for people that bet on sports I will continue to make money because that's just what I do. And if you're out there, and you're successful at what you do. You should be proud of yourself. I want to tell you that right now. Whatever you're doing. You should be proud of yourself. If you've been losing. And you're just upset with yourself. Why this is not what you do. You not. You're not here. What the information that? I have this is my world guys. Be proud that..

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