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Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:35 min | 8 months ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WTVN

"Know, there's an interesting fun facts. Just piece of trivia When Glen Fry was in Detroit around age 19 Bob Seger took him under his wing helped him get in the music career and really get a start. You flash forward a few years and eagles members Glen Fry and Don Henley. Ended up writing this hit with Bob Seger and JD Souther. Bob Seger's contribution to the song was the chorus, which is the part that we all know, but JD Souther ended up kind of being an honorary eagle. He's written and co written so many hits with the guys that he gets that honor. Can I be an honorary retirement water girl or something? Because you're a retirement coach, Greg, I'm just wondering. Oh, my. We can't keep it super serious. We gotta learn some fun facts along the way. Because we have to balance it with stuff like this. Let's talk about inflation, but it's all Yes, exactly. I mean, the cost of just about everything seems to be going up. But Fed chair Jerome Powell seems to think that inflation don't fall asleep here here. I'm out. Inflation will start to cool down soon. We are also directly monitoring the prices of particular goods and services most affected by the pandemic and the reopening. And are beginning to see a moderation in some cases as shortages ease. Used car prices, for example, appear to have stabilized. Indeed, some price indicators are beginning to fall. If that continues, as many analysts predict. Then used car prices will soon be pulling measured inflation down. He also signaled that interest rate hikes are still well off in the distance at his recent speech from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Well, you know, it's interesting. I read an article on Bloomberg dot com. They were interviewing the former Richmond Fed chair. President Lacker is his last name, and he made A really good analogy. I'm going to read it Direct. What you have to worry about is the solution. Okay, So a doctor telling you that you have gangrene in your leg. And don't worry. We have tools to deal with it. But the tools are amputation, and they include a big saw, he said. So, Sonus I love that because it's so true. I mean, The article went on to say that you know, in the eighties, Of course, we had the major inflation right And there's plenty articles out there, saying that on a six month basis we're seeing the highest since 1983. As far as inflation goes right now, which is scary. But you know, in the 19 eighties, when they were trying to get inflation down, it was very painful. The solutions it was. I think that's what so many investors and we call them. Accredited investors here at our office. Those of you that saved really well that have saved over a million dollars. I think you for the most part fit into this generation of people that were just starting to get pretty financially savvy in the eighties. And so you know what inflation means. I really believe that And I think that's where some of the fear is coming in. Now we've not seen a whole lot of fear here in our office. Now, New people calling in have a level of fear. But our clients who know why they're in what they're in, and they know that They're doing the best that they can do with the tools that we're using. So I'm saying that to say because when you're in the market, Hey, you're in the market. Nobody should guarantee anything in the market. Now you can have a guideline and you can have, uh, very efficient way of investing in the market, but you are still in the market. And so we haven't had that fear with our clients, but we have seen it on our radio show Call ins and our TV show call ins. And that's because there's so much back and forth in the media. I mean, look, even CNN is starting to think about inflation being in a bad spot. You know, we're in a bad situation when that happens seriously, and you know, I like to, uh you like to consume a lot of it, and I like to conceive what different sides have to say I do. And so for me, I think that's very interesting and telling and I'll leave it at this because I'll beat the dead horse till it's Mhm before horse. Bless it. I'm sorry. You just don't see prices come down once they go up now, Of course, the gas will fluctuate. That's one that is a big indicator and that does fluctuate up and down. But For the most part. You don't see it. I mean, even other countries are certain to see record high inflation. Look, there's articles all over. If you just type in inflation, you'll see articles about Germany. Seeing its highest inflation levels. So it's here. I'm sorry. I don't think it's transitory. But and I, on the other hand, do believe it somewhat. Transitory. Not totally because I do agree with you, Kristen that once prices go up, they're not gonna come back down. I totally agree with that. And I'm right on board with you, but, you know, In the eighties, when they dealt with it. Interest rates were so high they could adjust the interest rates down a bit, too, You know, kind of stimulate things. Now that interest rates are so low, they don't have much, much more they can do from an interest rate standpoint. And I'm thinking about Kristen. A lady that Came in recently to our office, and she had done so well. She had saved over $1.5 million She had over a million dollars just sitting in bank accounts. And a lot of it was getting, you know. 0.10% interest in. She wasn't real thrilled with that. But as I started to share with her Some of the things we do in the options that she had. When I talked about Being in growth and being in the market. I looked across the desk and I could just see fear in her eyes, and she nodded and she smiled. But really anything I had to say about that just kind of went in one ear and out the other because She had absolutely no interest in taking any risk with her money now. And she's in her seventies. So she's like, you know, at my age, I don't think I should take any risk. And I did say this to her. Which is true. How much risk you take is not based on your age. It's based on two things. Your tolerance for risk in your capacity for risk. Some people in their seventies. They need income from their money. They need help using their money for different things to make their life work and In that case, you might not have a great capacity for risk. In her case she had no tolerance for risk. She had plenty of capacity. She just didn't have any tolerance take on the risk. But what's happening right now? What Jerome Powell is telling us is Listen, Interest rates are going up any time soon. You're not going to get any help from me so far. Investors who are conservative, this is absolutely hurrying them. This is absolutely going to be a tough time for them because CD rates are not great. I mean, there's a tiff icky. It's of disappointment. Right now. They're not certificates of deposit like we used to call him right. Savings rates are pathetic. I mean, they're almost non existent. Plus, you have to pay tax on what little interest you do get. It's tough right now. So what.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WTVN

"There's an interesting fun facts. Just piece of trivia. When Glen Fry was in Detroit around age 19 Bob Seger took him under his wing kind of helped him get in the music career and really get a start. You flash forward a few years and eagles members Glen Fry and on Henley Ended up writing this hit with Bob Seger and JD Souther. Bob Seger's contribution to the song was the chorus, which is the part that we all know, but JD Souther ended up kind of being an honorary eagle. He's written and co written so many hits with the guys that he gets that honor. Can I be an honorary retirement water girl or something? Because you're a retirement coach, Greg, I'm just wondering. Oh, my. We can't keep it super serious. We gotta learn some fun facts along the way. Because we have to balance it with stuff like this. Let's talk about inflation, but it's okay. Exactly. I mean, the cost of just about everything seems to be going up. But Fed chair Jerome Powell seems to think that inflation don't fall asleep here. Hear him out. Inflation will start to cool down soon. We are also directly monitoring the prices of particular goods and services most affected by the pandemic and the reopening. And are beginning to see a moderation in some cases as shortages ease. Used car prices, for example, appear to have stabilized. Indeed, some price indicators are beginning to fall. If that continues, as many analysts predict. Then used car prices will soon be pulling measured inflation down. He also signaled that interest rate hikes are still well off in the distance at his recent speech from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Well, you know, it's interesting. I read an article on Bloomberg dot com. They were interviewing the former Richmond Fed chair. President Lacker is his last name, and he made A really good analogy. I'm going to read it Direct. What you have to worry about is the solution. Okay, So a doctor telling you that you have gangrene in your leg. And don't worry. We have tools to deal with it. But the tools are amputation, and they include a big saw, he said. So God so goodness, I love that because it's so true. I mean, The article went on to say that you know, in the eighties, Of course, we had the major inflation right And there's plenty articles out there, saying that on a six month basis we're seeing the highest since 1983. As far as inflation goes right now, which is scary. But you know, in the 19 eighties, when they were trying to get inflation down, it was very painful. The solutions it was. I think that's what so many investors and we call them. Accredited investors here at our office. Those of you that saved really well that have saved over a million dollars. I think you for the most part fit into this generation of people that were just starting to get pretty financially savvy in the eighties. And so you know what inflation means. I really believe that And I think that's where some of the fear is coming in. Now we've not seen a whole lot of fear here at our office. Now, New people calling in have a level of fear. But our clients who know why they're in what they're in, and they know that They're doing the best that they can do with the tools that we're using. So I'm saying that to say because when you're in the market, Hey, you're in the market. Nobody should guarantee anything in the market. Now you can have a guideline and you can have, uh, very efficient way of investing in the market, but you are still in the market. And so we haven't had that fear with our clients, but we have seen it on our radio show Call ins and our TV show call ins. And that's because there's so much back and forth in the media. I mean, look, even CNN is starting to think about inflation being in a bad spot. You know, we're in a bad situation when that happens seriously, and you know, I like to, uh you like to consume a lot of it, and I like to conceive what different sides have to say I do. And so for me, I think that's very interesting and telling and I'll leave it at this because I'll beat the dead horse till it's Mhm before horse. Bless it. I'm sorry. You just don't see prices come down once they go up now, Of course, the gas will fluctuate. That's one. That is a big indicator, and that does fluctuate up and down. But for the most part you don't see it. I mean, even other countries. Are certain to see record high inflation. Look, there's articles all over. If you just type in inflation. You'll see articles about Germany seeing its highest inflation levels. So it's here. I'm sorry. I don't think it's transitory. But And I, on the other hand, do believe it somewhat transitory. Not totally because I do agree with you, Kristen that once prices go up, they're not gonna come back down. I totally agree with that. And I'm right on board with you. But You know, in the eighties when they dealt with it. Interest rates were so high they could adjust the interest rates down a bit, too, You know, kind of stimulate things. Now that interest rates are so low, they don't have much, much more they can do from an interest rate standpoint. And I'm thinking about Kristen. A lady that Came in recently to our office, and she had done so well. She had saved over $1.5 million She had over a million dollars to sitting in bank accounts. And a lot of it was getting, you know. 0.10% interest in. She wasn't real thrilled with that. But as I started to share with her Some of the things we do in the options that she had. When I.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WTVN

"There's an interesting fun fact. Just piece of trivia. When Glen Fry was in Detroit around age 19 Bob Seger took him under his wing kind of helped him get in the music career and really get a start. You flash forward a few years and eagles members Glen Fry and Don Henley Ended up writing this hit with Bob Seger and JD Souther. Bob Seger's contribution to the song was the chorus, which is the part that we all know, but JD Souther ended up kind of being an honorary eagle. He's written and co written so many hits with the guys that he gets that honor. Can I be an honorary retirement water girl or something? Because you're a retirement coach, Greg, I'm just wondering. Oh, my. We can't keep it super serious. We gotta learn some fun facts along the way. Because we have to balance it with stuff like this. Let's talk about inflation, but it's so Yeah, exactly. I mean, the cost of just about everything seems to be going up. But Fed chair Jerome Powell seems to think that inflation don't fall asleep here. Hear him out. Inflation will start to cool down soon. We are also directly monitoring the prices of particular goods and services most affected by the pandemic and the reopening. And her beginning to see a moderation in some cases as shortages ease. Used car prices, for example, appear to have stabilized. Indeed, some price indicators are beginning to fall. If that continues, as many analysts predict. Then used car prices will soon be pulling measured inflation down. He also signaled that interest rate hikes are still well off in the distance at his recent speech from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Well, you know, it's interesting. I read an article on Bloomberg dot com. They were interviewing the former Richmond Fed chair. President Lacker is his last name, and he made A really good analogy. I'm going to read it Direct. What you have to worry about is the solution. Okay, So a doctor telling you that you have gangrene in your leg. And don't worry. We have tools to deal with it. But the tools are amputation, and they include a big saw, he said. So God, Sonus. I love that because it's so true. I mean, The article went on to say that you know, in the eighties, Of course, we had the major inflation right And there's plenty articles out there, saying that on a six month basis we're seeing the highest since 1983. As far as inflation goes right now, which is scary. But you know, in the 19 eighties, when they were trying to get inflation down, it was very painful. The solutions it was. I think that's what so many investors and we call them. Accredited investors here at our office. Those of you that saved really well that have saved over a million dollars. I think you for the most part fit into this generation of people that were just starting to get pretty financially savvy in the eighties. And so you know what inflation means. I really believe that And I think that's where some of the fear is coming in. Now we have not seen a whole lot of fear here at our office. Now, New people calling in have a level of fear. But our clients who know why they're in what they're in, and they know that They're doing the best that they can do with the tools that we're using. So I'm saying that to say because when you're in the market, Hey, you're in the market. Nobody should guarantee anything in the market. Now you can have a guideline and you can have, uh, very efficient way of investing in the market, but you are still in the market. And so we haven't had that fear with our clients, but we have seen it on our radio show Call ins and our TV show call ins. And that's because there's so much back and forth in the media. I mean, look, even CNN is starting to think about inflation being in a bad spot. You know, we're in a bad situation when that happens seriously, and you know, I like to, uh you like to consume a lot of it, and I like to conceive what different sides have to say I do. And so for me, I think that's very interesting and telling and I'll leave it at this because I'll beat the dead horse till it's Mhm before horse. Bless it. I'm sorry. You just don't see prices come down once they go up now, Of course, the gas will fluctuate. That's one. That is a big indicator, and that does fluctuate up and down. But for the most part you don't see it. I mean, even other countries. Are certain to see record high inflation. Look, there's articles all over. If you just type in inflation. You'll see articles about Germany seeing its highest inflation levels. So it's here. I'm sorry. I don't think it's transitory. But And I On the other hand, do believe it somewhat transitory. Not totally because I do agree with you, Kristen that once prices go up, they're not gonna come back down. I totally agree with that. And I'm right on board with you. But You know, in the eighties when they dealt with it. Interest rates were so high they could adjust the interest rates down a bit, too, You know, kind of stimulate things. Now that interest rates are so low, they don't have much, much more they can do from an interest rate standpoint. And I'm thinking about Kristen. A lady that Came in recently to our office, and she had done so well. She had saved over $1.5 million She had over a million dollars just sitting in bank accounts. And a lot of it was getting, you know..

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Place. Find your next great hired and visit indeed dot com slash credit. Kevin Brennan WBZ traffic on the threes. 74 degrees in Boston right now, Plenty of sunshine Today. An afternoon shower, though, is possible later high in the low eighties and mid seventies at the beaches today tonight, Clear and comfy dropping to about 64 tomorrow Beautiful bright sunshine High near 80 looking at Wednesday. Mix of clouds and sunshine High 82. Some showers are likely looks like tomorrow night and then mostly cloudy on Thursday with some rain on the way high 78 Live local hand. Fiercely independent, This is WBZ NewsRadio. Happy Labor Day to you. Good Monday morning. I'm Tina Gal. Here are the five things you need to know. A 10 15 an early morning fire this morning on Perthshire Road in Brighton. One person is dead. Eight other residents forced out. One resident and two firefighters were injured. Boston's preliminary mayoral election is just eight days away. Boston's acting mayor Kim Jamie, leading the fundraising race with currently over $1.5 million raised since January, Covid 19 continuing to wreak havoc with the Red Sox roster, 11 players on the Covid 19 injure list and two more Nick Bavetta and Danny Santana added yesterday. Rally man is being called a hero after rescuing a neighbor from her burning home Sunday, 20 years after a fire inside his own home, claimed the lives of his wife and two young kids back now to our top story this Monday morning Labor Day 2021 health officials warning holiday travel and crowded football games and concerts over this holiday weekend. Could likely lead to a surge of covid 19 cases. ABC Andrew Denberg has more from New York Delta variant is driving the national average caseload back up to nearly 150,000 infections a day 13 times what it was in June hospitals struggling.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good to go from Grafton, the Brighton north of the city, looking at 93 95 out of New Hampshire light traffic here as well. David struck Folino WBZ traffic on the threes, acting with the forecast with Dean DeVore. Maybe a passing shower this morning. If you're along the water better chance of showers later on today, if you are inland, better chance that you stay dry high to about 80 Today clears out overnight tonight will drop down to 64. Then back to work tomorrow, some great weather sunshine, nice and a high to about 80 right now in Boston, with some Clouds and some sun. We're at 71 Degrees live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning and Happy Labor Day. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here are the five things you need to know. At 8 45. It is Labor Day and the day that we pay tribute to the contributions and the achievements of the American worker Boston's preliminary mayoral election just eight days away. Boston's acting mayor Kim Jamie, leaves the fundraising race with over $1.5 million raised since January. Covid 19 continuing to wreak havoc with the Red Sox roster 11 players on the Covid injured list Now, they added two more yesterday, Nick Bavetta and Danny Santana. And a hearing set for he can heal this week on ways of dealing with the recent string of cyberattacks in Massachusetts and around the country back to our top story on.

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Patrick Leonard, Former #1 Poker Player in the World, on Developing His Strategy

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:46 min | 9 months ago

Patrick Leonard, Former #1 Poker Player in the World, on Developing His Strategy

"Strategy something that comes to you fairly naturally do think in terms of strategy especially having like the competitive background that you do kind of yeah. I wouldn't necessarily say so much strategy. I would say very competitive. I would probably like. I used to play chess against my irons. Like every day grownup like we net. But we'd never read kind of a rule that we went allowed to like seek strategy elsewise. And we wouldn't play against anyone else myself against my mom myself against my dad. My dad against my mom. Why was why the rule. I think we just like to compete against each one of us was like getting really good secretly. It would kind of go against like the intellectual postlewait against each other. If that made sense does make sense. But if he goes eight or nine. And like i could move a piece on the old like without them looking could win the game. I'd probably do it. I think as more concerned about winning and losing then strategy if that makes sense so my mind wasn't ready built around necessarily strategy from an early age but my mind. Was daphne build around being competitive from an early age i would say well discovery then so like i think there lots of people that hate losing that don't wanna lose but continue to lose even when they try to improve so the process of like strategy discovery the process of reassessing. Your game adding things in and out. Could you speak on that owns. I think i was more about session. So i just naturally the more you do something the better you're to be even if you're not trying too hard to get good of that makes sense. If i played if i played like one dollars thing go thousand times on you played at ten times naturally going to be better just through like lenin from reputation of might speed of improvement was quite quick but our has being very obsessive Was doing so. I wasn't necessarily like into much watching train videos. I was just playing so much that like. Let's say fifty a day. The it got to a level where just repetition and cnn stuff and like seema people would do in. I just got back the my friends to be playing. You know like two hours a week. Whatever it just arms my mind was never built around around. Strategy was always about obsession and addiction. Almost i guess i'm just wanting to play and and just like yeah like try to win the next. We'll try to win the next one. You know we used to play like forty five months singles full-tilt that was kind of a thing like it was like it was a tournament but it wasn't too long not too high various because it was forty five plays and those kind of the game that we used to. That's kind of learned vocalists

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The Obamas Are Throwing a Party, Ignoring Democrat COVID Policies

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 10 months ago

The Obamas Are Throwing a Party, Ignoring Democrat COVID Policies

"So here they're having this massive event the Obama's are going to have to spend Maybe millions. In their $15 million mansion. White supremacy has been very, very bad for them. Very bad. Went in this before, and I remember being attacked was hilarious by the goofballs in the media. You know, Martha's Vineyard is like it's like an island called, you know, It's like Vermont. There's there's like 12 black people. They're not gonna mark you don't understand. Off season, there's actually 4% and Give me a break. Obama never has parties in Newark and Camden and And and so forth. No, no, no, no. He hangs out where the white supremacists are. That's where his mansions are. The white supremacists are Much like LeBron. Anyway. All that aside. I'm talking their talk. You see the race stuff. Ladies and gentlemen, we're being told This is what I mean about how you can't take these. Educational Well, these medical fascist, seriously talk to your own doctor. Your doctor doesn't have Anything to do with politics or publicity or anything. Your doctor just works hard as a doctor, talk to your own doctor. Your doctor knows your medical background. Your doctor knows what's good for you. Ask your doctor. If you want a second opinion, ask somebody else is that But you don't listen to this crap from pus, AKI and Biden and Fauci. What does Fauci no. Not a lot, apparently. Anyway. So what about this thing that Obama is going there? It's like the Democrats leaving Texas and then spreading their virus Hall over Washington, D. C. It's okay. The righteous Other Democrats

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On holiday plans. But the apes Rita Foley tells us it won't be stopping people from taking a trip by plane. Almost 48 million of us are going somewhere for the holiday. The Triple A expects travel will be up 40% compared to last July. 4th As we continue to climb out of the pandemic lockdown, they say, there will likely be more of us on the road or in the air this Independence Day holiday than ever except for 2019. Which holds the July 4th record. Most of us will be on the road despite higher gas prices, but they expect air travel to reach 90% of the pre pandemic level. I'm Rita Foley. Cape traffic Who needs it starting tomorrow? None of us as we hear from WBC's Chris Farmer hears something that right now we can't do legally cruising to and from the Cape, turn on nothing and watch the Red Sox beat the Yankees. Same thing on Sundays in the fall, throwing a Patriots game. But come tomorrow we all can aboard Cape Cod Bus, a new premium shuttle service, which stops in town at Logan and South Station and locations on the Cape in high, honest and just across the Bridge and Sagamore. Michael Coster is the manager, approximately eight round trips a day. Coaches that have leather seats, extra leg room WiFi onboard another alternative option for transportation and what we view as going to be a benefits the region, although yes, this is not necessarily writing in your own car. There are positives because you're not hiding in your own car financially and stress wise. Chris Pharma WBZ Boston's news radio. She's a runner, a track star. She's caught the attention of many after winning the gold in the Olympic trials, and now she's admitted from the Olympic Century list for testing positive for marijuana should carry Richardson telling the NBC today show she used the drug after suffering emotional trauma following the death of her mother, Richardson 100 M final at the trials but is now facing a 30 Day suspension. And the Tokyo Games begin July 23rd. It is possible she could compete in the Olympics. If she is selected by the U. S track and field. The team this would be considered the ultimate fixer upper being sold for over $1.5 million. What once was home to add an Elaine Brown and served as a compound that was at the center of an armed standoff with federal agents can be found on the market as a quote, quintessential country estate 103 Acre property on center of town Road was completely renovated. Two beautiful home, but used to be filled with escape routes will be traps, according to US marshals. The real estate listing says it's a quote uniquely splendid, renovated. Contemporary home. 308 off the Wall Street, Andrew All day is at Bloomberg. Less than an hour to go. We hold on here. We got a couple records head in India Independence Day. Yeah, we do. And three day weekend on top of that right now, the Dow up 162 NASDAQ up 99 that's in record territory and P 500 in record territory for the seventh trading day in a row. Right now it's up 30. U. S employment increased last month, But US unemployment also increased Labor Department reports U. S employers, public and private added 850,000 jobs in June. 130,000 more than forecast the unemployment rate rose more than forecast also to 5.9%, reflecting increases both in people looking for jobs and people voluntarily leaving their jobs. Matching recent moves by JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America. Citigroup will boost annual basis salaries for its junior bankers, including program vice presidents, analysts and associates, according to a staff memo, seen by Bloomberg Raises range from 15,000 to $25,000 Andrew wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio One in the kitchen. No matter how many smart devices you having role you can tell them all to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart reading the attic where I hide sometimes so you'll always be in the know. Jay Farner here, CEO of Rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year, we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase, and it's likely that trend is only going to continue..

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April Letter Said Condo Concrete Deterioration Was "Accelerating"

KIRO Nights

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

April Letter Said Condo Concrete Deterioration Was "Accelerating"

"Search and rescue operation of the condo collapse. In Florida. The death toll rises to 12, with at least 150 still missing. Meanwhile, officials are pledging to conduct multiple investigations into how this happened. CBS News correspondent Manual. Bohorquez says there were requests of damaged prior reports of damage that is prior to the collapse Two months ago, Condo board President Jean what Nikki wrote a letter to building residents because the price tag to make repairs which were highlighted in a 2000 and 18 engineering report. Group of $15 million. The survey had found major structural damage to a concrete slab. The observable damage such as in the garage has gotten significantly worse, adding the concrete deterioration is accelerating What Nikki wrote. As it in. Biden is expected to visit the site on Thursday. Washington will lift

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sean Hannity you missed to force or try to force And pressure. An attorney general, the chief law enforcement officer. In the country to violate the law to accommodate whatever sick political agenda they have, Uh, you you cannot ask the attorney general of the United States to break the law. Now they want some of the supporting materials released, so apparently there was some type of agreement. That had been reached their between the House Judiciary Committee and so the criminal contempt thing is not going to happen, and that's not going forward. Then. All right, so they've been trying to call everybody back. Everybody that already testified before the House committee before the bipartisan Senate Committee and before Mueller now if you look at the amount of materials that were sent over, let's just start with the White House. The president allowed every single person That was requested to testify before any of these committees, meaning the House investigation. The bipartisan Senate investigation then Mueller's investigation. Everyone that worked in the Trump White House. Not one person was told not to cooperate, just the opposite. They were all given permission and encouraged to testify. Frankly, it was unprecedented that they even allowed the White House counsel at the time, Don McGahn to testify before Mueller for 30 hours. That's insanity. There's there's got to be on line in the sand somewhere. They sent over 1.5 million pages of document of documents to the Special counsel's office. You know that that one time during this process that the president who had the right To invoke executive privilege did he ever invoked executive privilege. The Senate. Intel had their own investigation, the House had their investigation. And they conducted scores of transcribed interviews. And by the way, we're waiting to get some of these closed door interviews released, we can know more about the deep state. What happened and who did what When and where. And who said what, When and where. And You know, not watching these deep state actors all turn on each other's is getting interesting. So you've had all of all these investigations that have gone on repeatedly. And they've come up with nothing. And they're not going to come up with anything. That's that's the problem. And when you look at the law as it is As as it is written. You know, there's only so many times that You're going to cooperate before it becomes.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If you miss Sean Hannity, you missed the force or try to force and pressure and attorney General, the chief law enforcement officer. In the country to violate the law to accommodate whatever sick political agenda they have, Uh, you you cannot ask the attorney general of the United States to break the law. Now They want some of this supporting materials released, so apparently there was some type of agreement. That had been reached there between the House Judiciary Committee and so the criminal contempt thing is not gonna happen, and that's not going forward. Then. All right, so they've been trying to call everybody back. Everybody that already testified before the House committee before the bipartisan Senate Committee on before Mueller. Now if you look at the amount of materials that were sent over, let's just start with the White House. The president allowed every single person That was requested to testify before any of these committees meeting the House investigation. The bipartisan Senate investigation then Mueller's investigation. Everyone that worked in the Trump White House. Not one person was told not to cooperate, just the opposite. They were all given permission and encouraged to testify. Frankly, it was unprecedented that they even allowed the White House counsel the time Don began to testify before Mueller for 30 hours. That's insanity. There's there's got to be on line in the sand somewhere. They sent over 1.5 million pages of documents of documents to the Special counsel's office. You know that that one time during this process that the president who had the right To invoke executive privilege. Did he ever invoke executive privilege. Senate. Intel had their own investigation, the House had their investigation. And they conducted scores of transcribed interviews. And by the way, we're waiting to get some of these closed door interviews released, we could know more about the deep state What happened and who did what When and where. And who said what, When and where. And You know, not watching these deep state actors all turn on each other's is getting interesting. So you had all of all of these investigations that have gone on repeatedly. And they've come up with nothing. And they're not going to come up with anything. That's that's the problem. And when you look at the law as it is As as it is written. You know, there's only so many times that You're gonna cooperate before it becomes abuse of their power. Sean Hannity weekdays noon to three PM on one A 1.5 FM 7:20 a.m. k d tell U N But talk of Las Vegas nation in this station name is.

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DeSantis Vows to Close Piney Point for Good After Breach

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

DeSantis Vows to Close Piney Point for Good After Breach

"O De Santis wants to shut down the piney point Wastewater site, no matter the cost. Speaking at the side and Manatee County, where a leak forced evacuations, the governor says he's moving money around the state Department of Environmental Protection. We want this to be the last chapter of the piney Point story. The $15 million will go toward a mitigation plan for when the state takes over the side to treat water to remove nutrients and monitor discharges to Santos is directed DP to take all legal steps to hold the property owner

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Dan Gilbert announces plan to invest $500M in Detroit neighborhoods

Guy Gordon

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Dan Gilbert announces plan to invest $500M in Detroit neighborhoods

"$500 million to revitalize Detroit's neighborhoods over the next 10 years. At a press conference, Gilbert said today's announcement is a doubling down on our commitment to Detroit, its people its mayor, It's Council, it's county executive in its future. Expect this first investment to impact every neighborhood across the city through the Gilbert Family Foundation and rock community Fund. We hope this half billion dollar investment will touch every single detroiter in some way, shape or form. The first investment will be $15 million targeted toward 20,000 homeowners who have unpaid property Texas The city admitted to overcharging Detroit property owners to the tune of $600 Million Unpaid taxes, Gilbert said, helped move the city into blight when people walked away from their homes because they couldn't afford them. Wayne County Executive Warren Evans announced the county would kick in another $5 million for Foreclosure prevention funds. There was a serious

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PGA Prepares For Return Of Players Championship

Rush Limbaugh

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

PGA Prepares For Return Of Players Championship

"Championship returns Thursday after a one year pandemic hiatus. One round was played at the TPC Sawgrass last year before the PGA Tour shut down for the next three months. It's the richest event in golf with a $15 million purse featuring 48 of the top 50 golfers in the world. Your weather Channel forecast is next. Have you been

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Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief Bill With Funding for Live Music Venues

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Congress Passes Covid-19 Relief Bill With Funding for Live Music Venues

"In Congress, a split government putting differences aside long enough to vote through a $900 Billion Cove in 19 Relief Bill A B C's Elizabeth Chelsea in Washington for months of gridlock, Congress has passed a massive spending bill that will Keep the government funded and provide $900 billion in much needed economic relief. The bill is now expected to be signed into law by President Trump. The agreement includes a one time payment of $600 for individuals making up to $75,000 per year. A family of four could receive $2400. It adds $300 in weekly federal unemployment benefits and provides nearly $300 million in aid to small businesses, plus more than eight billion for distributing the vaccine. Treasury Secretary Steven Lucien says direct payments of $600 for most Americans could be in the mail by next week about $15 billion out of their covert 19 bill will go towards live music entertainment venues along with independent movie theaters and other cultural institutions. Earlier this month, the mark is performing Arts center announced that it lost an estimated $7 million since the pandemic began back on December, 4th Governor Tony Evers announced $15 million in state grant funding that would be split up among 96 venues across the state.

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Braves boost rotation, sign Morton for a year at $15 million

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Braves boost rotation, sign Morton for a year at $15 million

"Market is open and one of the nationals big rivals in the East Atlanta sounding pretty good free agent pitcher this morning, Charlie Morton to a one year deal worth $15 Million.16 game winner a year ago was with the Braves drafted back in 2002, Mike Rizzo and the Nationals, You know, he's always working on something. We have to wait and see what comes up as baseball free agency in full swing. Washington

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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Pfizer vaccine is more than 90% effective against Covid-19

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Pfizer vaccine is more than 90% effective against Covid-19

"A vaccine research by Pfizer in Connecticut has proven to be over 90% effective. Been fighting the virus. Here's Fizer CEO Albert Birla Well, his year $50 million after $15 million is which means 25 million people, so this year will be limited so because it was research there, Connecticut is expected to initially received doses to vaccinate about 250,000 people. A priority for the first doses will go to healthcare workers and then seniors, the president questioning the timing of Pfizer's announcement. Trump believes the news that the vaccine is 90% effective was held until after the election to hurt Him. You said Visor didn't have the courage to announce it before the election, adding the FDA and Democrats didn't want him to have a vaccine win.

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Who is Pewdiepie?

Part Time Genius

09:06 min | 1 year ago

Who is Pewdiepie?

"I gave Kevin Yes, of all the things that I've learned over the past year of working with you. My grandma says, I sound just like what I did. None of it has surprised me more than I have learned that this guy is not only the most popular YouTube forever, everyone looks up to him as like. Not really a god. But like you do God like way bigger than anyone that Kayla never got into is reached, transcends nationality, language and culture in a career made possible by the digital age, But according to some measures like he's the most famous person Think of our lifetime. Yeah, like he likes to pretend to be like he's really even though so many people that I know have never even heard of him. I don't know. I just said it was just something about him that makes people love him so much You feel like you're a part of it with him and somehow His story gives me life is central to understanding the culture war of our age. Yeah, like all day lunch, purified all day. And one of the wildest things about it is that this whole story unfolded in front of a webcam. So real name is Felix Schelberg. He's Swedish. He looks very sweetest on the air. Blue eyes in 2010. He's 20 years old. He's an undergrad at a Swedish university, And in April of that year, he starts a YouTube channel. And he begins uploading these videos with boss himself, playing his favorite video games like Call of Duty in Minecraft. Okay, I should probably do something more productive. After this. He starts every video or most videos, saying like how what's up throws its weight. Money's fear, and by the end of the year today, we're going to celebrate because I have 100 subscribers. He's got a few fans. A lot of people one hundreds of drivers is probably an incident. Insignificant number, but too mean to me. It means a lot, So I just want to thank you guys so much and welcome everyone to port One of Nightmare has two pretty soon he moves on from call of duty and Minecraft, and he starts playing these horror games. And these videos. They're actually pretty fun tow because his reaction to the scary stuff in these games is very, very over the top. And this thing that he's doing this sort of mix of intimacy and this were juvenile humor. It causes his audience. Stay awesome Growth group that calls itself the bro Armed Ebro Army has now reached I have a million subscribers, which is insane to keep growing bigger. It's pretty much my job right now. To make these videos I used to have the shittiest job and bigger I never, ever expected. One million. That is just and bigger. Already. Two million. I'm like crazy fast until finally in 2013. Just two years after he dropped out of college. I got this in the mail. It says Guinness World Records, Felix suddenly finds himself as the most subscribed channel. In YouTube's history. Most sailor. Well, this guy is making $15 million. Doing what? Okay, so I'm gonna drink this water. This is the cheap water. Then I'm gonna piss in this. We're gonna wait a day. And then I'm going to drink this water, the expensive water And then I'm gonna piss this water back in the bottle as puny pies channel grows and then I'm gonna drink it and then I can evaluate which tastes better. $1 pits for $600. He starts doing less video game playing and more like that is an extremely ugly baby. I'm not going to lie like that is a lot of chins for a baby reviews and reactions to things that are trending on the Internet man taking up too much space on the train.

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British gambler bets $5 million on Trump in biggest-ever political wager

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

British gambler bets $5 million on Trump in biggest-ever political wager

"In Britain is betting on a trump victory is believed to be the biggest bet ever placed on the outcome of a political race. The Sun tabloid reports. An unnamed mystery man described only as a rich former banker has been $5 million on a Trump victory. If he's right, he'll end up nearly $15 million richer. British bookies have actually been giving odds based on a Biden win. At least one customers put down a million dollars on a Democratic victory that better could double his money in a

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Both sides Functions. David Spunk at the Justice Department. America is listening to Fox News News five to I'm Steve Coming. If you voted on the last day of in person early voting in Fairfax County, that was yesterday, you may have stood in line for a long time. Even after the polls closed, some people waited for hours to cast their ballots. This man was the last vote at the West Springfield government Center, He told ABC seven. He got in line just in the nick of time I get here in a boat picking eyes. The polls closed at five. If you were in line by five, you were allowed to vote. Some covert 19 metrics in Maryland or concerning to Governor Hogan. He tweeted the positivity rate is up slightly along with hospitalizations. The number of newly confirmed cases is more than 800 in the last 24 hours, is urging Marylanders to keep taking precautions to stop the spread of the virus. Yesterday, D C reported its highest number of new Corona virus cases since the 122 announced in early June. The latest numbers 103. Meanwhile, covert 19 emergency shutdown measures have claimed another business victim in Baltimore, The Holiday Inn on West Lombard Street at the Inner Harbor is closing its doors for good. The Corona virus Impact is having a profound impact on the convention business and no attendance being allowed to see Orioles games. Those are just two of the reasons for the demise of the motel that has been open since 1964. Phone scams are nothing new. But one current scam is costing some local county residents tens of thousands of dollars. Police the Montgomery County say this scam has swindled about 20 County residents over $1.5 million in the past few months and sounds like this get you deserve you The warrant tomorrow from 3 to 5 PM scammer, then tells the victim. They can pay their fine with gift cards or Bitcoin or wired money. You have one last chance to contact our Department of Social Security Administration and police say if you get such a call Ord it. Barbara Brit w w.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on 105.9 FM. W M A cumulus stations. News Now all news at noon. Good afternoon. I'm Heather Curtis happening now President Donald Trump pumping up supporters in Washington. Michigan. Divide wins. China wins when we win America wins 2016 Michigan voted to fire this corrupt political establishment and you elected an outsider is your president who is finally putting America first. Thie president will also hold rallies in the battleground states of Iowa, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida today. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was in Michigan yesterday, he told people at a rally in Detroit, the president's weekend dealing with foreign leaders, especially Russia. He's on the heads of American soldier in Afghanistan. Trump spoke of six times since he knew about that is too scared to challenge him. Donald Trump is not strong. He's weak. He commands virtually no respect on the international stage. Today, Biden will make to campaign stops in Philadelphia. If you voted on the last day of in person early voting in Fairfax County yesterday, you may have waited in line for hours. Even after the polls closed, some people waited hours to cast their ballots. This man was the last to vote. Wingfield Government Center, he tells ABC seven Get here. 5 59. Polls closed at five. If you were in line by five, you were allowed to vote and also happening now A caravan of supporters for the president is scheduled to begin its ride around the Beltway. Patty Hidalgo metres with a loud and county Republican women's club organized the caravan. We're going to stay on the outer loop, so in the counter clockwise direction, we're going to be in the second lane from the right. And we must keep our speed below 35 MPH or less with Flashers, she tells w. Males mornings on the mall. They plan to drive roughly 65 miles to complete. One loop control of the Senate is at stake. In this year's election, Republicans held a 53 to 47 advantage in the Senate. They're also playing defense and 23 of the 35 Senate races. Democrats believe those present several opportunities the flip at least four of those Seats and win back control of the upper chamber. Most polls do show Democrats giving back at least one seat where Alabama Senator Doug Jones has been running behind his Republican challenger. But Republican incumbents in Colorado, Arizona in Maine or considered underdogs and other Republican held seats in North Carolina, Iowa in Montana, are considered tossups. Jared Halpern. Fox News phone scams are nothing new, but one that's going around now is costing some local residents lots of money. Police. The Montgomery County say this scam has swindled about 20 County residents over $1.5 million in the past few months. And sounds like this scheduled deserve you The warrant tomorrow from 3 to 5. PM scammer then tells the victim they can pay their fine with gift cards or Bitcoin or wired money. You have one last chance to contact our Department of Social Security Administration and please say if you get such a call, reported Barbara Brit Ellen W. E mail dot com, traffic and weather next.

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Trump has a bank account in China and paid taxes there

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Trump has a bank account in China and paid taxes there

"There's another major development out of Washington. The New York Times is out with Mohr information on President Trump's taxes, this time with a focus on his business in China, and here with details is Amy Morris from R Bloomberg 99. 1 newsroom in Washington President Trump's taxes reveal details about his overseas business deals, including operating an office in China during his first run for president. He maintains a bank account there. According to records obtained by The New York Times. It is controlled by Trump International Hotel's management and his not reported on the president's financial disclosures. In 2017. It reported a large spike in revenue more than $70 million. Followed by a $15 million withdrawal by President

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By one estimate, $11 billion will be spent on this year's election. Can you imagine? Let's take an interesting sliver of that 87 million coming into the races from oil and gas companies, most to Republicans, but with polls showing strength for Joe Biden and some Democrats vying for Senate Fossil fuel companies appear to be hedging some bets now marketplaces Nova Sappho joins us here. Democrats are getting bit more of this money. They are the numbers still vastly favor Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That's a nonpartisan research group. 85% of Oil and Gas donations have gone Tio President Trump's campaign or to the Republican candidates and conservative causes. But Biden's campaign has also benefited. It's taken in about $900,000 from people impacts associated with the oil and gas industry and two of the biggest oil giants, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. They've bumped up their donations to Democrats. Compared to the 2016 election. Chevron has spent almost $5 million in this election cycle and 20% of that. I went to Democrats. Exxon has donated a little over $1.5 Million.41 percent to Democrats. Now these are some of the biggest oil companies, right? Can we also assume they're also the biggest donors in this industry? Well, the biggest donors favor Republicans. Chevron is one of them. But among the biggest of the big that's energy transfer equity owned by Kelsey Warren. He controls the Dakota access pipeline. Remember that? The subject of a coordinated protests by Native American tribes. Thousands camped out in North Dakota. Well, Warren's company is the biggest contributor $14 million. He's also a Trump supporter. He's reportedly given $10 million to just one Pro trump Super Pac. And then there's Coke Industries. Of course, we all know that name giving $10 million and, of course, Charles Coke being a well known conservative donor. Marketplaces nervous off of thank You. Data from the lender, Sallie Mae finds that just 7% of college students are on campus. Attending classes in person. About half are being taught online on Ly the rescues a hybrid. And there's a lot of unevenness among campuses. Here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman. With the pandemic raging this summer. College administrators didn't even know how many students would pay tuition and show up for classes, whether in person or online. Well, now, the numbers air in compared to expectations really not so bad. Doug Shapiro at the National School Clearinghouse Research Center, says college enrollments down just 4% compared to last year. That's encouraging that most students who were already in college have been able to stay enrolled despite the pandemic and all the online and everything else. But first year enrollment is down more than 16% and a community college is it's down by a quarter. Emily would want. He covers higher edit Fitch ratings. This is concerning and quite frankly surprising, given the easier access you have into community college in the lower price point would want, he says The decline likely reflects job and income loss among low and middle income households. She says many community college students depend on work to pay tuition. Hi Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. Retail sales in the US rose by more than expected 1.9% in September, the fifth consecutive month of growth off that low in May. Yet industrial production today dropped for the first time since the spring it covers the same month. Markets. The Dow is up 286 points 1% SNP up 7/10 percent. The NASDAQ is up 6/10 of a percent Marketplace Morning.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KCRW

"By one estimate, $11 billion will be spent on this year's election. Can you imagine? Let's take an interesting sliver of that theeighty seven million coming into the races from oil and gas companies, most to Republicans, but with polls showing strength for Joe Biden and some Democrats vying for Senate Fossil fuel companies appear to be hedging some bets now marketplaces Nova Sappho joins us here. Democrats are getting bit more of this money. They are the numbers still vastly favor Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That's a nonpartisan research group. 85% of Oil and Gas donations have gone Tio President Trump's campaign or to the Republican candidates and conservative causes. But Biden's campaign has also benefited. It's taken in about $900,000 from people impacts associated with the oil and gas industry and two of the biggest oil giants, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. They've bumped up their donations to Democrats. Compared to the 2016 election. Chevron has spent almost $5 million in this election cycle and 20% of that went to Democrats. Exxon has donated a little over $1.5 million.41 percent to Democrats. Now these are some of the biggest oil companies, right? Can we also assume they're also the biggest donors in this industry? Well, the biggest donors favor Republicans. Chevron is one of them. But among the biggest of the big That's energy transfer equity owned by Kelsey Warren. He controls the Dakota Access Pipeline. Remember that the subject of a coordinated protests by Native American tribes? Thousands camped out in North Dakota? Well, Warren's company is the biggest contributor $14 million. He's also a Trump supporter. He's reportedly given $10 million to just one Pro trump Super Pac. And then there's Coke Industries. Of course, we all know that name giving $10 million and, of course, Charles Coke being a well known conservative donor. Marketplaces nervous off of thank You. Data from the lender, Sallie Mae finds that just 7% of college students are on campus. Attending classes in person. About half are being taught online on Ly the rescues a hybrid. And there's a lot of unevenness among campuses. Here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman. With the pandemic raging this summer. College administrators didn't even know how many students would pay tuition and show up for classes, whether in person or online. Well, now, the numbers air in compared to expectations really not so bad. Doug Shapiro at the National School Clearinghouse Research Center, says college enrollments down just 4% compared to last year. That's encouraging that most students who were already in college have been able to stay enrolled despite the pandemic and all the online and everything else. But first year enrollment is down more than 16% and a community college is it's down by a quarter. Emily would want. He covers higher edit Fitch ratings. This is concerning and quite frankly surprising, given the easier access you have into community college in the lower price point would want, he says The decline likely reflects job and income loss among low and middle income households. She says many community college students depend on work to pay tuition. I Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. Retail sales in the US rose by more than expected 1.9% in September, the fifth consecutive month of growth off that low in May. Yet industrial production today dropped for the first time since the spring it covers the same month. Markets. The Dow is up 286 points 1% SNP up 7/10 percent. The NASDAQ is up 6/10 of a percent. Marketplace Morning.

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By one estimate, $11 billion will be spent on this year's election in you Imagine Let's take an interesting sliver of that the $87 million coming into the races from oil and gas companies, most of Republicans. But with polls showing strength for Joe Biden and some Democrats vying for Senate, fossil fuel companies appear to be hedging some bets now marketplaces. Nova Sappho joins us here. Democrats are getting a little more of this oil money. They are the numbers still vastly favor Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That's a nonpartisan research group. 85% of Oil and Gas donations have gone Tio President Trump's campaign or to the Republican candidates and conservative causes. But Biden's campaign has also benefited. It's taken in about $900,000 from people impacts associated with the oil and gas industry and two of the biggest oil giants, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. They've bumped up their donations to Democrats. Compared to the 2016 election. Chevron has spent almost $5 million in this election cycle and 28% of that went to Democrats. Exxon has donated a little over $1.5 Million.41 percent to Democrats. Now these are some of the biggest oil companies, right? Can we also assume they're also the biggest donors in this industry? Well, the biggest donors favor Republicans. Chevron is one of them. But among the biggest of the big That's energy transfer equity owned by Kelsey Warren. He controls the Dakota access Pipeline. Remember that the subject of a coordinated protests by Native American tribes thousands camped out in North Dakota? Well. Warren's company is the biggest contributor $14 million. He's also a Trump supporter. He's reportedly given $10 million to just one pro trump Super Pac. And then there's Coke Industries. Of course, we all know that name giving $10 million and, of course, Charles Coke being a well known conservative donors. Marketplaces. Nova cell phone. Thank you. Data from the lender Sallie Mae finds the just 7% of college students are on campus. Attending classes in person. About half are being taught online on Ly the rest use a hybrid combination. And there's a lot of unevenness among campuses. Here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman. With the pandemic raging this summer. College administrators didn't even know how many students would pay tuition and show up for classes with her in person or online. Well, now, the numbers air in compared to expectations really not so bad. Doug Shapiro at the National School Clearinghouse Research Center, says college enrollments down just 4% compared to last year. That's encouraging that most students who were already in college have been able to stay enrolled despite the pandemic and all the online and everything else. But first year enrollment is down more than 16% and a community college is it's down by a quarter. Emily would want. He covers higher edit Fitch ratings. This is concerning and quite frankly surprising, given the easier access you have into community college in the lower price point would want, he says The decline likely reflects job and income loss among low and middle income households. She says many community college students depend on work to pay tuition. I'm Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. Retail sales in the US rose by more than expected 1.9% in September, the fifth consecutive month of growth off that low in May. Markets the Dow future up 132 points now half a percent. The SNP future up 4/10 percent, the NASDAQ future up 7/10.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KCRW

"By one estimate, $11 billion will be spent on this year's election in you Imagine Let's take an interesting sliver of that the $87 million coming into the races from oil and gas companies, most of Republicans. But with polls showing strength for Joe Biden and some Democrats vying for Senate, fossil fuel companies appear to be hedging some bets now marketplaces. Nova Sappho joins us here. Democrats are getting a little more of this oil money. They are the numbers still vastly favor Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That's a nonpartisan research group. 85% of Oil and Gas donations have gone Tio President Trump's campaign or to the Republican candidates and conservative causes. But Biden's campaign has also benefited. It's taken in about $900,000 from people impacts associated with the oil and gas industry and two of the biggest oil giants, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. They've bumped up their donations to Democrats. Compared to the 2016 election. Chevron has spent almost $5 million in this election cycle and 28% of that went to Democrats. Exxon has donated a little over $1.5 Million.41 percent to Democrats. Now these are some of the biggest oil companies, right? Can we also assume they're also the biggest donors in this industry? Well, the biggest donors favor Republicans. Chevron is one of them. But among the biggest of the big That's energy transfer equity owned by Kelsey Warren. He controls the Dakota access Pipeline. Remember that the subject of a coordinated protests by Native American tribes thousands camped out in North Dakota? Well. Warren's company is the biggest contributor $14 million. He's also a Trump supporter. He's reportedly given $10 million to just one pro trump Super Pac. And then there's Coke Industries. Of course, we all know that name giving $10 million and, of course, Charles Coke being a well known conservative donors. Marketplaces. Nova cell phone. Thank you. Data from the lender Sallie Mae finds the just 7% of college students are on campus. Attending classes in person. About half are being taught online on Ly the rescues. Hybrid combination, and there's a lot of unevenness among campuses. Here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman. With the pandemic raging this summer. College administrators didn't even know how many students would pay tuition and show up for classes, whether in person or online. Well, now, the numbers air in compared to expectations really not so bad. Doug Shapiro at the National School Clearinghouse Research Center, says college enrollments down just 4% compared to last year. That's encouraging that most students who were already in college have been able to stay enrolled despite the pandemic and all the online and everything else. But first year enrollment is down more than 16% and a community college is it's down by a quarter. Emily would want. He covers higher edit Fitch ratings. This is concerning and quite frankly surprising, given the easier access you have into community college in the lower price point would want, he says The decline likely reflects job and income loss among low and middle income households. She says many community college students depend on work to pay tuition. Mitchell Hartmann for Marketplace. Retail sales in the US rose by more than expected 1.9% in September, the fifth consecutive month of growth off that low in May. Markets. The Dow future up 132 points now half a percent the S and P future up 4/10 percent. The NASDAQ Future Up 7/10 of a percent.

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FEMA Individual Assistance approved for Northwest Florida counties following Hurricane Sally

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00:50 sec | 1 year ago

FEMA Individual Assistance approved for Northwest Florida counties following Hurricane Sally

"FEMA says it's approving emergency assistance for people in Pensacola and other parts of Northwest Florida. Affected by Hurricane Sally. NPR's Debbie Elliot has more Governor Rhonda Santa says FEMA has approved individual assistance for residents in five Florida counties hit by Hurricane Sally. This comes more than two weeks after the storm. Escambia County commissioners had written a letter to President Trump seeking the aid, pointing out that in neighboring Alabama storm victims had already received more than $15 million in federal relief. Commission vice chair Robert Bender. Now we are out. Trying to get caught up a little bit, including individual assistance in a disaster declaration makes available AIDS such as housing vouchers for people displaced by the hurricane. Debbie Elliot NPR news in an

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Western art collected by T. Boone Pickens offered at auction

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Western art collected by T. Boone Pickens offered at auction

"Of art depicting the American West and other items collected by the late Texas oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens expected to sell for more than $15 million at an auction next month, Christie's of New York announced yesterday. The auction will be held October 28th in New York. The art collection spans over a century. With works ranging from the Frederick Remington is the signal from 1900 to Howard Terp Ning's flags on the frontier from 2001. And

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Harry and Meghan Repay Millions for Frogmore Cottage Renovation

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Harry and Meghan Repay Millions for Frogmore Cottage Renovation

"After announcing their intention to step back as senior working members of Britain's royal family, Harry and Megan are officially financially independent from Prince Charles decision that I have made for my wife and I have to step back. Is no one I made lightly. It was so many months months of of talks talks after after so so many many years years of of challenges, challenges, a a spokesperson spokesperson for for the the couple couple says says they've they've paid paid back back in in full. full. The The $3.1 $3.1 million million British British taxpayers taxpayers spent spent to to renovate renovate their their UK UK home Frogmore Cottage. That's where they lived before Son Archie was born. This comes just a week after they signed a reported multimillion dollar deal with Netflix. With the renovation money for Frogmore Cottage fully repaid. Critics will have very little to criticize Harry and Meghan, for that was one of the last things looming over their heads. And now that they have this life of financial independence, it really gives them the freedom to live their life in any way that they want is the transition to life in North America, it was understood that the two would continue to partly rely on private funding from Prince Charles. Who controls a vast, lucrative estate known as the Duchy of Cornwall. But according to royal insiders, they found much support elsewhere. Like from Tyler Perry at his mansion, they stayed before buying their $15 million California home. There was a lot of talk about this 12 months probation period for for the the couple couple when when they they said said they they were were stepping stepping back back on on the the Queen's Queen's made made it it very very clear. clear. The The door door is is always always open open to to them. them. But But I I think think this this Netflix Netflix deal deal buying buying a a home home in in the the U. U. S. S. Has Has made made it it very very clear clear that that that that door is firmly shots. A couple says they're now focused on creating TV content that aligns with their values and nature, Docuseries and an animated show that celebrates inspiring women said to be in the works.

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For the leukemia and lymphoma Society is 2020 Tampa light the night event. Shelly Glenn joins the show. You can find out more about the event. If you want to check out all the information at light the night dot org's Any good slash events slash Tampa to go to the one happening here in the Tampa Bay area. Shelly, How are you? Excellent. How are you this evening? Good. Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us about this great event, And obviously the work that the leukemia and lymphoma society does is just It's fantastic. It's important and sometimes right now, with this pandemic happening, you know people forget about these causes or not has focused on some of these things, especially some of the events that don't happen that impacts different organizations. But it's important that we keep supporting all the work that you're doing, because again, this really does help. People dealing with leukemia and lymphoma. First of all, give us some background on the society and what the mission is. Well, the mission of the leukemia lymphoma Society is Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life patients and their families. And here in the Tampa Bay area. There's there's a lot of people who are very actively involved in this chapter correct. Yes, Actually, the Suncoast chapter capture in this area served 12 counties on the west coast of Florida. And just last year you got 19 our chapter I'll provide over $1.5 million in Coke, a system to help patients with the cost of insurance code in and Or insurance premiums for prescription drugs. So very, very proud of what we've accomplished. And I can only imagine that work is going to be even Mohr important moving forward. As you know, A lot of people are struggling because of the pandemic. They've taken a financial hit, but it's important that they continue to get the medication and the treatment that they need in order. Tio keep A decent quality of life as they're as they're battling these diseases. True, actually looking in the form of society in response to the pandemic established a special financial assistance. Call the L. A. Over 19 Patients Financial aid program in April of this year, which provides to her $50 to blood cancer patients experiencing financial hardship duty and Emma And this is help individuals and families off, not medical, expensive food and other household expenses. Red transportation just as June of this year. L s has provided you with $5 million support over 20,000 patients and almost 2000 of those patients are right here in Florida. How did you end up getting involved with the leukemia and lymphoma Society? Actually back. I'm gonna get myself down. But back in the early seventies, I watched as my dad got old Syrian was crying because the loss of a very good family friend. I have never seen my father cry, and I found out that That's very, very dear friend of my parents. She died of lymphoma and based on the treatments that are currently available because of leukemia, lymphoma society and so many great organizations, even the one that I work for Florida cancer specialist she would be alive today. So making a difference investing in blood cancer cures. Research is so critical and so important, and since then I've been involved. I'm joined by Shelley Glenn Corporate walk chair for the leukemia and Lymphoma Society's 2020. Tampa Light the night events Now you're not just involved back in 2014. I learned that you were names. L. L s is Woman of the year. So you really active and you've been a big part of some of the fundraising that has helped countless people here in the Tampa Bay area. Yeah. I mean, I'm I'm all in on indefinitely committed and there's so many different ways that People can get involved, especially if they believe in something, whether it be involved in the walk. Whether is donating during your time, volunteering or even from an advocacy perspective, whether it's Statewide here in Florida or On a more federal level. So yes, I truly believe that this is an organization that makes a difference to put in perspective. Every three minutes. One person in the United States. Diagnosed with a blood cancer. And you know, sometimes Estimated 1.3 million people us early they're living with or in remission from leukemia, coma or myeloma. I mean, that's a significant number of people and I think sometimes when people hear about different organizations trying to do different things in regards to certain diseases. You know, you wonder. Is it making a difference? But you have researched backing up. The fact that the work that Ellis has been doing is making a difference because the survival rates for patients with some of these types of blood cancers have really grown. It's incredible double tripled, even quadrupled over the past couple of decades, so that that's a real significant change that's being made. Definitely Well, it started in 1949. They invested nearly $1.3 billion groundbreaking research here. Many of innovative of urges It's really life changing and one saving and actually right here in the camp of Bay Area. Well, that's currently funding over $6 million in research and moth of candor lot that cancer center and support you not only advanced, most pioneering cancer research of our time. You.

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Dustin Johnson cashes in and finally wins the FedEx Cup

America's First News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Dustin Johnson cashes in and finally wins the FedEx Cup

"Johnson winning the Tour championship in the $15 million first prize for capturing the FedEx Cup. Johnson, closing with a 268 for a three stroke victory over Justin Thomas and Zander show Flee. Johnson is the first number one seed at the Tour Championship to win the FedEx Cup since Tiger Woods did it back in 2009.

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Novak Djokovic disqualified from US Open 2020

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Novak Djokovic disqualified from US Open 2020

"Novak Djokovic James was disqualified from the US Open which is great for Dennis. Chef of all by the way, he was going to win we all know that but he's disqualified. Basically between points he's wandering. I guess kind of in the middle of the court and he kinda lobs the ball at the line judge the way you might if a ballboy was looking and you lob it at them, he probably hit a little harder but the line judge wasn't looking because you this just in you don't throw the tennis ball at the line. And she looked like she took it in the throat. And went down. She could not continue and because of that, he was disqualified from the US Open for that. You could see right away it was totally accidental. But what did you think of the whole thing should have been disqualified? Well if you read the rule. Right, if you're the which they've been showing for frigging every ten minutes for since it happened. Okay. It's it's pretty clear. What he did would would be would be breaking that rule. Okay it's kind of like. I don't have it in front of me but you may be able to pull up you may not, but it's kind of like. You know you're in charge of your own stick right in hockey, and if you're still goes up and you clip a guy in the forehead unintentionally, right? You're going to get penalized. Okay. And that rule is you have to be in control of your own stick whether it's accidental or not. If if you if you hit a guy, it's high sticking tie sticking and maybe more if you cut the. I think this rule in tennis reads the same way I didn't think it rose to the level of being kicked out. Did you. Know I didn't ask for a couple of reasons. One is he wasn't trying to do that. It's not as lined up here. He's got his sights and drilled the ball. At the line judge, make sure you understand here there's not a ballboy here he hit a line judge right Yup ballboy would probably be different right for the obvious reasons the ball boy would be ready there have to be ready at all times to. Give balls, and whereas the line judge might just be sort refocusing and you know they can take rest for a moment they may not be looking at the player. And it was a line drive. Okay, you came off his racket. Well it didn't bounce. It didn't bounce. He didn't lob it up in the Air Steve He. Say Line drive don't be confused. It was like one hundred miles an hour buddy. He's sort of pissed too. took the ball whacked it and it and it hit her on the fly in the throat. Wasn't intentional not at all. So when you see that, I'm like come on the guy, the guy didn't mean it. You know. So. That's you know that's a bit of a drag their. Okay. But back to the hockey roll like there's lots of penalties where you don't mean it. and it happens well, the broadcasters at the time they they actually had the they basically could hear a bit of the conversation. Between the officials and Jovic and one of the announcers said he believes that they had said part of the decision to have him disqualified was because the line judge could not continue right and. I honestly looked at that and maybe I I don't I don't want to be taken emails and an angry calls and things like that but it's a tennis ball. Am I look at the speed of that tennis ball? That's not exactly one where I'll be sending a card praying that she survives like that's that did not look like it hit particularly hard. That's just me eyeballing and give an opinion. But. We shall see. I agree she could've continued. If I had to you know I looked at her I I don't think he was faking I think she was surprised. But it looked. Real God her her her corner would come screaming but it looked a little over the top. Okay. Role Lawyers Up. Yeah. I don't know

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"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"over $1.5 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That her office has filed a total of 78 felony charges against former assessor John Noguez and two others alleging they masterminded and engaged in an elaborate public corruption scheme that began 10 years ago. Noguez, Rommie and celery and also Mark McNeill together face one count of conspiracy to commit grand theft and 14 counts each of misappropriation of public funds and grand theft. In the new case, no gas faces an additional three counts of accepting a bribe. Two counts each of embezzlement by a public or private officer and perjury declaration as well as one count of public records violation. My goodness, award winning investigative journalist Randy Economy who helped break this story, which has since garnered national attention joins me now on the line, Randy. It's always good to talk to you. We knew this case was big, but it's even bigger now, it seems, isn't it? You know, this is a story that just keeps on giving and giving and giving and giving, and even a gift to investigative journalist like myself. And this alleged crime spree has no been going on in the Los Angeles County, especially office in 1999 0 wow. And yeah, and and and that's in the charging documents, too, And it just says, you know, this agency, which is responsible for more than a trillion dollars were packed with each and every year was basically a criminal. Enterprise and had been run so for for decades, and it was 10 years ago. When this attorney Steve Cooley said, You know, I've got enough and, you know. Ironically, the district attorney's office is one for above the attention County assessor's office. In the same building. The only thing it's like it's it's an escalator right away literally between the two agencies, so I'm sure at the time when Mr cruelly would run into, you know defendant no guests in the in the men's room. I'm sure they have some interesting conversation back and forth, but I think this is the case that not only involved Some of the biggest political players in Los Angeles County history. But it's also about you know the dirty, dark side of politics and how people can get special favors getting their property taxes reduced. And there's just values on their multi $1,000,000 even $1,000,000,000 properties if you gave a campaign donation to Mr Noguez And his allies throughout Southern California for years, and you have to realize that it was the classic paid a play situation that everybody got caught up into because it was such a complex scheme that nobody could figure it out. And I was blessed enough to be able to help put the pieces together and how this entire scheme was being run back when I worked at a very small community newspaper, Low Cerritos Community News 10 11 years ago, what was the first Indication Was it a tip? Was it something which jumped out at you? What was the first indicator that something criminal might be going on? As when we were looking at on, But I was running out of Austria's commuting is we had decided that we're going to start looking at the campaign donations, Mr. No guest had gotten In his campaign chorus fester, and we were noticing that he was getting thousands of dollars of donations from high end developers in Los Angeles County. Day after day after day, and you know a campaign that only would cost about 150 to $200,000 to run. He had amassed over $1.5 million in campaign donation. And once some of the people that he was getting campaign loans from was this property packed agent by the name of remains for Laurie and remains alone is the co defendant in this campaign. And if you wanted to have access to the Los Angeles County assessor's office, and you were a millionaire or billionaire who won get a property tax reduction, you would call John Noguez and Mark McNeill and another co defended by the name of Scott Center. Ah, and you would call these guys and they would work the scheme out. People have you're probably cactus flowers. And so it was a classic pay to play case and it was the pain of play was basically the The campaign loans that was given by remains alive and that part of the criminal counts. I think it was close to $150,000. That Florrie Gibbs to notice and campaign check bike. Here's $50,000 for you. Here's another $50,000. There's another 50 thousands. You can use it for your campaign. But it doesn't matter if you give it to your campaign, or if you give it to You'll sell personally, It's a bribe. I mean, campaign loans are drives. That's what they are, and people need to start calling them for what they are. So once I start looking through all of these actual donations, I did A story on it. And then by that time, you know in the story once you write one story, then there is the second story and then you start getting phone calls and people with inside the assessor's office will call me Literally 24 hours a day for months, and they say I'm sick and tired of working for this guy. I'm a professional tact expert and I work in the assessor's offiice in my career. About public and I'm tired of working for this guy and his political enterprise that has nothing to do with public service and doing the job about him wanting to become a political superstar. And then he had a meteoric rise came from a model city you know, trying to park in South East Los Angeles County, he got on a huge stage as the nation's largest tax assessor. In Los Angeles County, and he had aspirations of being governor of California and even higher than that has to jump in there because I have to goto a commercial break. But on the other side, it seems like you are basically telling not only the story of Noguez, but the story of Jose Luis are and I can't help but notice the corruption is all across Los Angeles City in Los Angeles County. So when we come back, I want to talk about this more broadly. Can you help me do that? I will help put the docks together. This is the Mo Kelly show. Joining me on the line is investigative journalist Award winning investigative journalist ran the economy. We're talking corruption, Not on ly with what Just came down this week with Jackie Lacey. But more broadly, Kay, if I am 6 40 we're live everywhere on the I Heart radio app now to Michael Sha pe in the.

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