14 Burst results for "Over $32,000"

"over $32,000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's why food for the poor steps up. That's why they come to us and say, Eric, please reach out to your listeners. We need your help. So all gifts are tax deductible. The easiest way to do it is go to metaxas talk dot com. Metaxas talk dot com. You'll see the banner there. That's our radio website metaxas talk dot com. I'm a taxis. I talk. My guests talk, metaxas talk dot com. If you go there, you'll see the banner that says help Ukraine. Now, earlier this week, my Salem colleague and friend Mike Gallagher raised, I can't believe this. Over $32,000 in donations by asking people, listening to his program, who could afford it to make a gift of a $100 knowing each $100 gift will pay for 400 meals for kids and families who are refugees in Ukraine. A $100 will pay for four hundred meals. That's how efficient food for the poor is. So I realized not everybody can afford a $100. But if you can, I need your help. I would like to challenge Mike Gallagher's astonishing accomplishment, you have to go to metaxas talk dot com. You will see the banner, I will also give you the phone number in case you prefer it, but anybody can give a $100. I'm just telling you, let's do it today. Please 8 four four 8 6 three hope. 8, four, four, 8, 6, three hope. 8 four four 8 6 three hope or make it easy on yourself, go to metaxas talk dot com..

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"over $32,000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The Socrates fall series. If you're signed up for the Socrates emails or if you just sign up for my email list, Eric metaxas dot com, you will have heard that today today registration is opening for our first event in what we're calling our fall series. Why are we calling it the full series? Well, number one, it's in the fall. Number two, it's a series. We start September 27th, that registration opens up today. Now, let me tell you, the early bird registration, the prices are very low. It's at cost for us. If you've attended these events, when you get there, you realize this is really special. This is a glorious club. The union league club is just a heavenly experience. And so I want to encourage you to sign up ASAP for those. The early bird price obviously is there temporarily. So if you want to go and you want to get the early bird price, jump on it, Eric metaxas dot com if you're signed up for that, you will get the email today. Maybe you've already gotten it maybe you're not signed up in which case you didn't get it. Or you can sign up for if you just want to get the sock piece in the city emails, you can go to Socrates in the city dot com. But the fall series is very exciting. We have Andrew clavin in September 27th. I know I've mentioned that a bunch of times, but we also have an event in Houston, October 12th, the 13th, I forget, with James tour who is prominently featured in my book, is atheism dead. The question is, how did life begin? Kind of a big question. We asked the big questions at Socrates in the city. That's Houston. Then November 1st, we have David berlinsky, who answers the question, what is human nature that's back here in New York? Again, November 1st. We may do an event in Denver and we'll probably do another New York event in December. Those aren't confirmed yet, but the three confirmed events registration opens up for the first one as I said today and pretty soon we'll have we'll open up the registration for the October event in Houston and the November 1st event with David berlinsky back here at the union league club. The union league club is gorgeous. If you want to come and spend a couple days in New York, we could probably get rooms for you at the union league club way better and cheaper and infinitely more luxurious than any of the hotels that you can find in New York. So that's the Socrates and the fall series. You'll get that information today. Finally, before I go to our first guest, Brandon Tatum, I want to remind you that we're doing a fundraiser with food for the poor and this is kind of, how do I, how do I say it? Salem radio. You know all the Salem radio hosts were competitive with each other. So we got Sebastian gorka. We've got Hugh Hewitt. We've got dinesh d'souza, Charlie Kirk. And Mike Gallagher and a number of others. But we're kind of competitive because food for the pork comes to us and says, we want you to reach out to your audiences on behalf of these people who are suffering and so every day we kind of get an update of how the different shows are doing. And I think I'm pretty sure my audience is a little smaller than Mike Gallagher's and Hugh Hewitt's and those are giant shows Dennis prager, but I still feel competitive with them. Now, we kind of make a fun game of something that's deadly serious. People are suffering. People can't feed their kids. That's why food for the poor steps up. That's why they come to us and say, Eric, please reach out to your listeners. We need your help. So all gifts are tax deductible. The easiest way to do it is go to metaxas talk dot com. Metaxas talk dot com. You'll see the banner there. That's our radio website metaxas talk dot com. I'm a taxis. I talk. My guests talk metaxas talk dot com. If you go there, you'll see the banner that says help Ukraine. Now earlier this week, my Salem colleague and friend Mike Gallagher raised, I can't believe this. Over $32,000 in donations by asking people, listening to his program, who could afford it to make a gift of a $100 knowing each $100 gift will pay for 400 meals for kids and families who are refugees in Ukraine. A $100 will pay for four hundred meals. That's how efficient food for the poor is. So I realized not everybody can afford a $100. But if you can, I need your help. I would like to challenge Mike Gallagher's astonishing accomplishment, you have to go to metaxas talk dot com. You will see the banner, I will also give you the phone number in case you prefer it, but anybody can give a $100. I'm just telling you, let's do it today. Please. 8 four four 8 6 three hope. 8, four, four, 8, 6, three hope. 8 four four 8 6 three hope or make it easy on yourself, go to metaxas talk dot com. Anything.

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"over $32,000" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

06:00 min | 10 months ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Challengers is raking in Republican cash. By Nick Pompey it's no secret that Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has a rocky relationship with her own party. In February she earned the ire of Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell after she participated in a conference organized by a white nationalist and in October she drew criticism for announcing on the House floor that her moderate Republican colleague representative Liz Cheney was a quote joke. For participating in an investigation of the January 6th the capital attack, which green has been accused of helping to incite. But a growing number of Republican lawmakers and lobbyists are hoping that it's payback time. In the weeks before Georgia's May 24th primary, federal election commission disclosures show an influx in Republican dollars to Greene's primary challenger Jennifer Strahan, a healthcare advisory firm executive with no political experience. That intro party support might not be enough to unseat green in the ultra conservative 14th district, experts say, as Greene has raised more than $8 million in total, more than any other incumbent in the state. But the support is telling a battle over the soul of the Republican Party is playing out in a slice of northwest's Georgia. Since launching her campaign in early July, Strahan has raised about $322,615, a hall that puts her on par with some incumbent lawmakers running for reelection in Georgia. For a challenger, that's a decent amount of money, says miles Coleman, the associate editor of the election forecaster, sabato's crystal ball at the University of Virginia's center for politics. Anytime a non incumbent raises more than 5 figures in a quarter, it catches my attention. Among Strahan's contributions are a $5000 donation from continuing America's strength and security pack, the leadership pack of Louisiana GOP senator Bill Cassidy, as well as donations from former Virginia GOP representative Barbara comstock and former Oklahoma senator Don Nichols, according to FEC disclosures. Several packs including value in electing women view associated general contractors of America and business industry have also given to Strahan's campaign. It was the first time the view pack has endorsed the candidate running against an incumbent. Strahan's campaign has also received contributions from a handful of Democrats, including lobbyist Jeffrey Forbes, as well as several Atlanta based consultants and business leaders. From July to December 2021, a third of her donations were from outside of Georgia. We believe Republicans are moving away from Marjorie Taylor Greene in droves, says Jake Munson, Strahan's communications director. We hear that from her former supporters every day on the campaign trail. She's an absolute total embarrassment to Georgia and our party. Political insiders aren't so sure that conservative rabble rouser known universally as MTG. Still has about $3 million in campaign funds left on hand, a staggering sum for a district of less than a million people. It's Marjorie Taylor Greene against herself, says Jay Williams, a GOP strategist in Georgia. She's not going to lose unless she does something absolutely abhorrent. Other hopefuls lining up to challenge green in the May 24th primary include Eric Cunningham, James haygood, Charles Luton, and Seth since silian, who have raised just over $32,000 combined in campaign contributions. About a tenth of Strahan's hall. While Georgia is becoming a battleground between Republicans and Democrats, with a Democrat winning the state Senate seat in 2021, the 14th district remains squarely in Republican hands. It's considered one of the most Republican districts in the nation, according to a cook political report analysis of election results. The population is overwhelmingly white and largely rural. Most residents have just a high school education, and the median household income is about $10,000 less than the national average. For conservatives like green, this is home. Republicans don't typically throw out their incumbents, Williams says. And this is not a place you can easily do that, especially as a moderate. The district became slightly more moderate in late December when governor Brian Kemp signed Georgia's new congressional map into law, adding a small suburb of Atlanta to its district lines. Mainstream Republicans and lobbyists who back Strahan's campaign say they believe she will be able to get more stuff done in Washington than green, whose two year freshman term has been distinguished mostly by extracurricular affairs and incendiary comments. What good is having a conservative representative if they're not effective? Coleman says, if the GOP has all these members like MTG, they may take the majority, but they may lose it if this is the face of the party. Green is not known for pushing legislation or policy on the hill. And she is not a central player and day to today congressional affairs. Last February House Democrats stripped the AR-15 toting QAnon adjacent political novice of her committee assignments for pushing unfounded conspiracy theories and lies that included racist and anti semitic tropes. In March, free speech for people, a national election and campaign finance reform group filed a challenge with the Georgia Secretary of State's office that alleges green helped facilitate the violent capital insurrection, spurring quiet debate among members of her own party that she may be disqualified from office for violating the Fourteenth Amendment. The lawsuit may be the only thing that could end her political career, William says, it's literally that or finding a dead body in the back of her car, he says, but it's not.

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"over $32,000" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:14 min | 10 months ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"So? And according to the news that just came out this week, the Biden administration plans to freeze federal student loan payments through August 31st now. Student loan payments were scheduled to resume may 1st, but AOC went nuts. This is terrible. What about COVID? 43 million Americans owe a combined $1.6 trillion in student debt held by the federal government. And now, The White House is going to give the borrowers additional time to prepare for the payments. Kicking the can down the road. Megyn Kelly's right. Why should you and I pay for these snot nosed kids who want their college bills paid? 806 5 5 mic. The Mike Gallagher show. This is the most cowardly performance by the western democracies in our lifetime. It's really tragic. You have Putin every day ordering more and more attacks. 98% of the Mario pole has been destroyed. And we talk about, you know, we don't want to provoke him. Well, I think we ought to say, we're going to do everything it takes to defeat Putin in Ukraine. And I think anything short of that is a disaster for civilization. And the relief factor dot com studios. Here's Mike. I come into the studio today with again another just day of gratitude. I'm so awestruck by the generosity of this list of this listening audience. Nobody does it like you do. And I'm grateful that you're all on board with our partnership with the international fellowship of Christians and Jews. The stories coming out of Ukraine are beyond horrific you see it every day on the news. It's a very complicated conflict to be sure, but there's nothing difficult to in reacting with sheer anguish at the slaughter of the Ukrainian civilians. There are now reports that swastikas are being carved into the bodies of the victims of the Russian soldiers, little girls as young as ten years old are being raped, we've seen the images of the bodies everywhere, Mario pool, these towns that were beautiful. You want to see a heartbreaking Montage or a before and after. Look at the pictures of Mario before Russia's evil attack did what it did. I mean, the whole, it's unreal. And so the international fellowship of Christians and Jews came to us a couple of weeks ago and said, listen, we're able to bring planes filled with supplies into Ukraine. We can land at the airport in Ukraine, unload the plane and then we can load up the planes with refugees who are trying to escape Ukraine and get out of that hill and bring them to Israel, where they will get safe haven. It's a beautiful ministry, and we have come to you, let me share some numbers. The first day, $30,000, excuse me, 20,000 the first day. The second day yesterday 12,000. Let's keep it going. Let's match that first day. Because for $45, you will be able to send supplies into Ukraine and. Spirit a Ukrainian refugee out of Ukraine into the Holy Land into the land of Israel. Please go to Mike online dot com. Make your most generous gift today to the international fellowship of Christians and Jews. I know you came through in a huge way in March and we don't normally spend this much time focusing on helping people this way, but Ukraine is different. Ukraine is unprecedented, Russia's invasion is evil. And as the world is trying to grapple with Putin's obstinance and we're witnessing the massacre of men, women and children in Ukraine, we got to get those people out of there. And I feel such a sense of urgency, but knowing that we've raised over $32,000 in two days gives me such hope and appreciation not only for this audience, but for the American people. So I hope you'll go to Mike online dot com. Click on the crisis in Ukraine banner. You'll see it right there on the site. Mike online dot com. Please give what you can and donate to the international fellowship of Christians and Jews, thank you, thank you, thank you for helping to save these people because they need it. And I know God is just calling us to do some good. And we can. It's sort of a miracle. To see thousands and thousands of dollars come pouring in, please go to Mike online dot com and give today. And again, thank you so much for your generosity. I think about hardworking people. I guarantee you people with college debt. Who sent their son or their daughter or their children to college, are looking around, I think the college debt issue and the movement, the drive by the left and the progressives and the squad to force the Biden administration to forgive student debt. How the heck do you forgive debt? There's no free lunch. There's nothing free. And for any of us parents who have paid our children's college tuition, the expectation that AOC should have her college debt wiped out. By taxpayers, which is flat out socialism, this is absolute socialism, garbage..

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"over $32,000" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:54 min | 10 months ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Com right now. If you want to do something productive, save lives, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews is bringing food and supplies on planes into Ukraine. They're landing in Ukraine and when they empty the plains, they are loading up refugees and taking them to the safe harbor, the sanctity of Israel. It's an extraordinary miracle, $45 will reserve a seat. And well, it's not exactly a seat. It's room on the plane to get into Ukraine and then it will pay to get a refugee out of Ukraine, aboard one of the planes that the international fellowship of Christians and Jews are using. Please go to Mike on line dot com. We had a $20,000 day one. We did over $12,000 yesterday. We've already raised over $32,000. Let's keep it going. The sky's the limit. Let's save these lives. If you are heartbroken by the images that we're seeing day after day in Ukraine, well, you can do something about it. You can help get these people out. We've got to get them out of Ukraine. So I'm praying that you will go to Mike online dot com right now to make your generous contribution to the fellowship, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews. Now let's talk a little bit about this weird alliance. I want to have some great analysis about why there's been this major shift. The left was always anti war. We know what the left is about. They're not pro military. They don't want war, they do now. Sean Penn even went on to suggest last night in this interview that we're doing very little, not doing nearly enough with Russia. It seemed to me that Sean Penn was almost suggesting we should be absolutely at war with Russia. Tucker Carlson has been denounced because he doesn't want war with Russia. Now, not wanting war with Russia, I would think, is a reasonable, fairly moderate position. But to the left, Tucker Carlson is an extremist. Tucker Carlson is a Putin puppet, Tucker is a Russian stooge. And all he has said over and over is we shouldn't get in World War three with Russia. This is not our war. This is an Eastern European conflict between Russia and Ukraine. We have our own borders to worry about. Before we can try to protect Ukraine's border. And go to war with Russia over it. I think most people agree. But let's talk about this strange, these strange bedfellows, the far left, the neocons, the never trumpers. They all want to go to war with Russia. Why is that? I'm going to ask for your explanation, and I'm going to give you my theory coming up. I've got a theory that I think is very accurate. I think it's clear as can be. Of course, it has to do with what's happened in this country over the last 5 or 6 years. We're going to dive into why so many on the left seemed to suddenly be hawks when it comes to handling Russia. Now they want World War three. I thought the left was anti war, but you know why they've changed? You know why they're aligned? With never trumpers and the neocons to me it's his plane is the nose on my face. Which is pretty big schnauz. Pretty prominent. I'll tell you what that's all about in just a moment here in the relief factor dot com studios. And in fact, if you want to chime in on this conversation, join us now..

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Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 10 months ago

Support the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

"Com right now. If you want to do something productive, save lives, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews is bringing food and supplies on planes into Ukraine. They're landing in Ukraine and when they empty the plains, they are loading up refugees and taking them to the safe harbor, the sanctity of Israel. It's an extraordinary miracle, $45 will reserve a seat. And well, it's not exactly a seat. It's room on the plane to get into Ukraine and then it will pay to get a refugee out of Ukraine, aboard one of the planes that the international fellowship of Christians and Jews are using. Please go to Mike on line dot com. We had a $20,000 day one. We did over $12,000 yesterday. We've already raised over $32,000. Let's keep it going. The sky's the limit. Let's save these lives. If you are heartbroken by the images that we're seeing day after day in Ukraine, well, you can do something about it. You can help get these people out. We've got to get them out of Ukraine. So I'm praying that you will go to Mike online dot com right now to make your generous contribution to the fellowship, the international fellowship of Christians and Jews.

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"over $32,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN. Good morning to Steve Alexander Hi, Steve. We are midway through the second hour of a sell off on Wall Street, which is partly because of concern that the recovery is stalling because of the more trends is transmissible variant of Covid and also the weekly jobless claims report came in indicating a slowdown in job growth. First time applicants for Benny's unexpectedly rose to 373,000 last week. The experts were guessing right around 350,000. So the S and P and NASDAQ Dow Russell 2000 all down over 1% that house down 471 points. The S and P is down 57 that Aztecs down to 13 and the Russell two thousands down 1.5% right now, Volatility is measured by the Vicks of the CBO eight creeping closer to 20. Right now it's up about 21% 10 Year Treasury yield is lower as more money is being shifted into the long term Treasuries as a safe place to park. Right now. 1.28%, John and Vicky, We're talking about those coins. Descent earlier. All crypto is lower today, Bitcoins down about 6% to just over $32,000 that is not stopping Sotheby's from accepting Bitcoin or ether in its auction of a 101 carat pear shaped diamond tomorrow with an expected sale price of as much as $15 million. It would be the most expensive physical object ever publicly offered for purchase using crypto Chicago Board of trade crude oil or make that crude oil is down about 36 cents, not at the Chicago Board of Trade. Those 71 84 gold is trading about $2 higher Chicago Board of trade each wheat, corn and beans all down about three cents. And that's your money on 7 20. W. G s It's 65 degrees at O'Hare. I'm Steve Ruxton on Chicago's very own.

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"over $32,000" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is Kevin Dietz. How about some really good news this morning Special Olympics, Michigan debuted a multi million dollar fundraising campaign called Building Tomorrow's champions were South Christian High School will be turned into the world's largest special Olympics facility, the world's largest. Special Olympics. Michigan provides year round sports training and athletic competition to both Children and adults with intellectual disabilities. They serve more than 23,000 athletes and using the help of over 32,000 volunteers. It's very cool. They're raising millions of dollars and they're not done yet. Joining us now is Brian Kelly. Brian. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me on it for covering this really, really exciting project. You know, I started on the board just a few years ago but have worked with Special Olympics Michigan for many, many years and could not be more impressed with an organization that touches so many families so many lives. And this is this is a a huge, huge step for the families and the the individuals, the adults and Children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. That will have a place to call their own. Yeah, my daughter who just graduated from Kalamazoo College, She was a basketball coach for Special Olympics over in West Michigan and my gosh, she had more fun going over and playing with a referee now, or teaching kids how to how to play basketball and to just see the impact personally that this has On kids and families. It's so heartwarming and this this particular facilities over in West Michigan, but it really helps all of the kids throughout the state. That's right. In fact, this really will be. I think the eyes of the special IPIX community around the world will be on Michigan because of this huge, huge steps, see the way that the model normally works. Is that that our kids, they get the use of other people's facilities when they're not using them. So somebody else's facility and when, when it's empty When it's not being used, they say, sure, Special Olympics. You guys can use the The facility. In this case, the special Olympics athletes athletes will be the priority and but it will be an inclusion center is a place where where people with developmental disabilities and those without can come and and play sports together and be together and do all kinds of exciting things. There's healthcare aspects of it, too, in terms of managing the health and wellness of Of the of the athletes and and their families. So there's so many exciting things that are coming together in this spot, but it will be a training center. We've always had good success. Um, great success really, and our athletes in Michigan going on to compete at nationals and around the and and then at at the world competitions. And and having a state of the art athlete Training center is is going to be a big big boost to our special Olympics athletes from Michigan. Because, you know, it's a we think of it in terms of, um You know, it's a special Olympics. It's a whole range. I mean, some For some people, it's it's just being out and with others, and it almost doesn't matter that whether it's playing sports or doing something else. It's time with friends. We have athletes that are fierce, fierce can competitors and they are there to win. And so like the idea that there would be A training center, just like Olympic athletes have training centers, one where the priority is and the specialty is around programming and and training for special Olympics athletes. That is, it's really truly exciting. And it also creates a place where volunteers can come. You have 32,000 volunteers, and sometimes when you have, you know, Well, we're doing something over here and then over here when you have one place where volunteers know they can come and get organized and find out how to help. It just encourages more people volunteering. You guys have a goal of $20 million. How is that coming along? Well so far with Juliet Dragos and I, whose anchor and channel 13 in Grand Rapids. So her and I are co chairing the fundraising campaign, and we we went We launched it publicly last week after we hit $7 million raised, So we've got seven million, um, committed already and and moving forward. We know that that covers a lot of the initial work that purchased the building initial work that has to be done. Um, there's about 10 or $11 Million worth of. You know what one once we at that point, I mean, the the training center is going to be very operational. But when we try to turn it into would make sure that we get all the different. Uh um Activities and field some sports accommodated in this building. Um, you know, at the end of the day, we think the project is going to be about $20 million. So we've got a long way to go. But That 20 minutes. That's $7 million mark that we've we've had was was in the middle of a pandemic. I mean, we we started this really last winter. And I'm sorry. Winter of 2020. And, um And the generosity of the community has really been extraordinary. So we're excited about it very bullish on reaching the goals of the of the campaign so that we won't We won't cut any any corners and making sure that our athletes have the very, very best. And really the secret is to get a lot of businesses to give a little bit or what they can rather than to just get one big corporate sponsor to drop a check. It's It's really just overall better for the involvement of the total project if you can get more people involved. Yeah, so we this No contribution is too small. Naturally. No contributions too big either, But no contribution is too small to um to help with this, And so I really encourage people to go to The Special Olympics website. So s O m I, as in special Olympics of Michigan s so am i dot org and you can learn about everything that the organization is involved in. It really is a Model organization. Uh, the special Olympics is great across the board, but Special Olympics. Michigan, in particular is a national leader and international leader and inclusion sports in high schools, one of the most effective public private partnerships. You'll see anywhere in the world is between the state of Michigan and, um, and special Olympics for for unified sports in schools, and, um, and this is, you know, just the next Cutting edge thing.

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"over $32,000" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Or even said it that Houston is an affordable place to live? Is it, though a new report finds that while for some, it may be affordable. The majority of Houston and Harris County renters were paying more than 30% of their income on rent. Before the pandemic. There is a growing disparity between haves and have nots. When it comes to housing and more people are swept up in the have not category than you might realize to discuss. We're joined now by zoo, Middleton, the Houston and Southeast Texas, co director of Texas Hausers and Luis Guajardo, Urban policy research manager at the Kinder Institute for Urban Research, which published the report. Zero Middleton, Luis Guajardo Good morning. Good morning. It's very electorate. Hi. Good morning. As we chat. We'd like to know what you think. Is Houston still an affordable place to live or not? Do you find that as the years go on, You spend an ever greater percentage of your income on your home, whether you rent or pay a mortgage or have to contend with property taxes and upkeep. When you hear Houstonians talk about it being affordable here, Do you nod in agreement or shake your head in confusion? Let us know. At 713440 88 70 talk at Houston matters dot org or on Twitter at Houston matters. Luis. I heard this repeatedly when I first moved to Houston, more than eight Craig. Well, it's quite apparent that there are two realities pertaining the housing One for owners and one for renters. And so I really think it is about that perspective, but also the fact that we are trending. More and more to order renter Majority City. I mean, we were at 60% of the households in Houston are renter occupied and about 40% are owner occupied. In the county. That number is about 53%. Are owner occupied in 47% are renters, but it's also trending in the direction of the city. And when we talk about this, these two different realities we have to really consider the fact of how this household how our households are made up and home ownership is becoming increasingly harder and harder to access for a number of Um Number of reasons at the national level. But also there are some some local affordability challenges that I think this report does highlight and I think are are are important to consider, Um over half like you said over 51% of our renters paid more than 30% of their income on on housing, and that number has grown since 2000 and 10. Um, And so that's a concern. It's also very I think we have to be very clear that More than 90% of households that are cost burdened earned less than $35,000 a year, which, um Is about 60% of the county's median income. And so it's really concentrated, um at lower income families, and I think that's where where, especially when people are really having trouble finding housing and having a lot of housing and stability. Who were I think it's important to discuss Zoe was Houston, 10 or 20 years ago, much more affordable for renters than it is today. We think the important thing to note is that you can just grown so much, and we haven't has, um, creation or maintenance of of the houses. At the same time, I felt Houston has a reputation of being affordable. Um, but it's not for everyone and it's and it's certainly I believe just played out. And there's certainly great greater need today. Then there was, you know. 10 20 years ago. Um there's just not the new, affordable housing there, or the probably maintained pre existing affordable housing for people in the age that are spending you well over 30% of their incomes. On a rent. Luis is this strictly Houston area phenomenon or could the same be said about a growing rent divide between haves and have nots in most communities across America? Our report looked at mostly exclusively Houston in Harris County, but obviously working in this space it is. It is a phenomenon that is occurring nationwide. Uh, it You know every every metropolitan areas dealing with housing. Um there is no silver bullet to solving this problem, and that's why it is a very common across the country. It is something we have to grapple with. And policymakers have to find solutions in their locales that work within the regulatory system and work with with their current make up of of economic factors, But we do know from this housing and stability and and a lot of work that Zoe has actually been work involved in as well, is that this needs Many Houstonians vulnerable to the threat of eviction. We are a national leader on this topic, one out of every 11 renter households. Had an eviction posted on their door in 2019 and pre pandemic right. And we know also by the work of a lot of local, um, experts in this topic like January Advisors, Texas houses that there were also over 32,000 homes during the pandemic, who had paid an eviction notice on the door. 18 approximately 18,000 of which were removed. Um and so This is this is a problem, And it's one that is affecting folks and have housing disruption creates a lot of ripple effects into sectors like education and health care. Access to transportation and those are things that we just need to be aware of and working toward because it does impact our families and another historians. Those who teach our Children and Work on our front lines and, um, serve our food, etcetera, etcetera. This is Houston matters. I'm Craig Cohen. We're talking about the longstanding notion that Houston is an affordable place to live. It's a phrase we've heard a lot over the years. And if it was true in decades past, a new report from the Kinder Institute for Urban Research reinforces the fact that it's decidedly not for many Houstonians and that that was true before the pandemic. We're talking through it with Luis Guajardo from the Kinder Institute and Zoe Middleton from Texas. Houser's We welcome you to our conversation as well..

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on KGO 810

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"over $32,000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bread. I'd really appreciate your wit. Brenda emails in maybe Nazi. Pelosi didn't want us to know where her appointments were going to be, because we might catch her indoors without a mask again. Not thought of that. That's very clever. Arranges in the car. Your money, Ranger. How are you? Morning, Bruce. I do a lot of confidence waiting. And I guess I could have called the n double A C P on this question, but as far as presenting the way that the Democrats why, for years we've been hearing about unfair hiring practices and it being racial, uh, in their hiring practices. Against people of color. With all the job openings happening right now, Why is the market being flooded with applicants of people of color, taking up the jobs? Well, it's not just people of color, of course, but you're right there because we're compensating them too highly. Now, Of course, this is not something. That the Biden administration will acknowledge. But the fact is that the people who are staying home and not working right now is because they've done the math and the math is unless you're making over $32,000 a year you you do better financially but simply staying home. Well, I would think it's the passion with such strong about that subject that they might bypass that and say, you know, in the long run, I'll take the job because I'm gonna be better off with security. Well, they anticipate getting the job as soon as the unemployment benefits were out there probably look bluntly. We should probably right on this. Probably completely 100% right. That will happen is people will have trouble finding employees until those benefits are sunset. And it seems to me that the extra is supposed to run out sometime this summer. We'll see what happens then. Once that extra 300 a week runs out, we may see a kick up the number of people. It's just going to work. That's what point Yep. We'll see Rachel. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Okay. Now, this is classic folks. You know some people. Tell a joke. And some people cannot tell a joke. And Joe Biden took his swing into played a couple of times yesterday, and he pretty clearly false in the second category. Again. This is the president, speaking to the Coast guards at the Coast Guard Academy Graduation. He's talking about the importance of traditions, but you found ways to find ways to keep many of the academy's traditions alive. Maybe even formed a few new ones. You still were able to bring your cars on campus. Just.

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United States Initial Jobless Claims

"From the stock market to the department of labor weekly jobless claims will be released today. We saw the numbers starting to trend. Lo were at the end of last month but overall the figure has remained elevated suggesting a high level of layoffs as year into the

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"over $32,000" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on WJR 760

"Talk 7 60 wjr. It's Friday. You can say that again. Yeah, thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. It's Friday. The 29th day of 2021. There are 336 days left in the year to get it right. Make each and every day count each day is a gift. Even if 2021 is not turning out, at least in the first month as we hoped it would much better than 2020. But I do have belief. I have hope. I have trust. The prayers will be answered, and we will see the light at the end of the tunnel. Kids will get back to school Kids will be playing sports. People will be going back to work. Commerce will come back again after it was stopped. In an effort to At least partially. Handle the pandemic situation, but it was a publicized virus. I've not publicized, politicized a virus. And that can't be denied at this point. It's just there's so many mistakes that were made, and then we're finding out. They weren't just mistakes. They were just Untruth. I get no one likes to hear the word lies but untruth, Stephen Doctor, Sir Anthony Fauci back in March, saying no one should be walking around with a mascot. That's like the exact thing he said. I'm not making it up. Then we later found that he was just trying to protect first responders by saving the masks and I said then, and I say, Now we are Americans and we are Bright enough smart enough and carrying enough that if he said not to buy the N 95 because of frontline people needed him. And we wouldn't bottom. We would have been told, however, to wear masks. Other masks. Double him up is I always have And or Create our own masks, which many people have done. Didn't need to lie to us about The efficacy of wearing or not wearing a mask. But the pandemic still is affecting all kinds of things and for the second year in a row. Over 19 claiming another beloved Detroit tradition, the ST Patrick's Day parade. Actually the same. Patrick's parade is what we should call it, cause it's not on the actual day. And they had to announce this officially yesterday. President of the United Irish Societies. Might Kelly You did not take this lightly. I know. Good morning, Paul. No, It's so disappointing. However, you know, with things going on with co vet and where we're at, we just couldn't put on a safe. Program for our participants are sponsors for the members and for the people down there watching the parade. Lot of safety protocols that would have had to have been followed at difficult even predict what would be happening on the Planned date of March. 14th typically, you know, drawing of over 100,000 people, one of the largest ST Patrick's Day parades or ST Patrick's parades. In the country. And, uh, I know you've had heartfelt disappointment. You've expressed that But you are a NOP chemist. Michael is I understand, And with the luck of the Irish and then some, you're already looking forward to the biggest and most successful Detroit ST Patrick's parade in your history. Come Sunday March 13th 2022 Oh, without a doubt it takes so much time and energy from people and there's so many vendors involved in their such a huge cost involved. You know it. We're definitely working hard to move into 2022. We think we'll have a historic event. I know everyone missed it on Michigan Avenue. The parade has such a you know, economic impact, and it was felt around the city and it was filled with charitable groups and organizations. You know, that's an important point. The parade raises funds for several Irish charities. What about them? What's happening? Is there anything else that might be happening or away? People can help those Irish charities that generally get helped by the parade and won't be We know thanks to our sponsors and 18. We went ahead and we, you know we couldn't afford to run the parade. So we went to a sponsorship program and, of course for Ford Motor Company and kitsch law firm have been big supporters of ours over the years. And his other businesses, However, you know, we promised to give portions of those sponsorship proceeds to the charitable organizations and we have done a tremendous job of that. We've given over $32,000 to terrible groups, you know, since 2018 as part of our commitment to our sponsors, And it's hard for them. So when these organizations you know these Irish organizations who obviously during the parade, we recognize them for their terrible contributions through the year they raise money at events. And if they can't have those events because the cove it there's limited funds to be donated to some of these organizations. Right? Uh, yeah. This year, you know, even though we didn't have the parade, we made a commitment to, uh, give to four groups. ST. Pat's senior center Bridges beyond boxing. John Kerry does such a great job. With this cultural event, bringing kids from Ireland and sending kids from Detroit to Ireland to box and then the Cappie shins, of course, and then the U. S Scholarship program. We decided that we were going to give scholarships to kids in Detroit. So we're building an endowment building Some funds s O. That can happen. Good for you were putting it on our calendar and looking forward to Sunday March 13th 2022. Sometimes you got to do what you gotta do, My Kelly and I salute you for that. Thanks so much and We look forward to the parade next year, and we look forward to your support Paul and, um, seeing our wonderful event and we'll be there together, my friend. Well, looking forward to it. Mike Kelly, president of the United Irish Societies here on the Paul W. Smith, so W. J. R. 7 14. It's time for our WJR business Beat Jeff Sloan will be with you over the weekend with his startup nation show. 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"over $32,000" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"over $32,000" Discussed on 600 WREC

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Bring him in on the show again, and, you know, taxes don't go away and retirement and without a good plan, they can wreak havoc on your retirement planning. It's unfortunate that they don't go away. But they don't and even on social Security. How does that work? Yeah, our favorite Uncle Sam is always with us right here who is with us, and he's with us doing retirement. So it's crazy, right? So we've been paying into the Social Security program for decades, right when we're retired, and some of us aren't aware that you may be paying taxes on the benefits. Once you retire, and so it's it's instance saying, right, I've been paying a Social Security tax. But then now, bye benefits is going to be taxed. It's just sounds crazy, right? But this unfortunately, this situations where he can be So it can't be taxed. Are they both the state and federal level? Fortunately, not that many states do it. The right. Yeah, there's about 13 states right now that off that actually taxes, so security benefits, You know, states like Colorado, Connecticut, North Dakota, Utah. There's 13 States that actually do that show If you want thing about retiring when you think of retiring is think about where you live, right, Williams. So security be attacks in the state that you live, And maybe it's a reason to move somewhere else, Right? But you can't escape federal taxes. You can't avoid the federal You can't escape the federal taxes case so So security benefits. Can be taxed depending on what's called provisional income, which is essentially your adjusted gross income, so provisional income can be anything from distributions from 41 case. Earned income. It can be rental income. It's basically provisional income income that comes in which is basically adjusted gross income, but get this safe. It also includes Half of your so security benefits. Wow. What a total. There's there, including half there, Including half of what? They're taxing, innit? Yes, yes. Oh, So let's say that you get a benefit of $2000, right? So They start calculating so $2000.24,000 years, so they're starting off with 12 Grand wide. And then there's the calculated starts, so they know you're getting 12 24,000 from so security, So the calculation calculator starts at 12,000. Then you're getting a pension distribution. We're getting rental income. You're taking some from some money from your 41 K and they start calculating and they're doing the gross number on it is opposed to what? You know what not minus what's taxed right during the gross number. And then if your individual basically if you're not married and that provisional income that calculation goes over 25 $25,000, or if you're married, and it goes over $32,000 and guess what? 85% of your so security benefits will be taxed. Wow. S so how do you get around? That has got to be some strategies. Toe lesson that at least there's some strategy. Celeste of that. You know, one strategy is is in how you're saving. Right s O. Britt. When I mentioned distributions from your retirement accounts, it's distributions from pretext account. So like your traditional IRA for three B for one K But not Roth. Distributions from Roth are not are not taxable, so that's a way to to kind of limited. Right is if if you if you did some planning ahead of time, okay? And he had some funds that were that were tax differently from 41 case to Roth, a couch. When that when it comes time to turn in these assets into income, you can have a strategic plan of making some distributions from Roth, making some distributions from traditional and that way you can balance out the taxes. And speaking of Roth and being proactive in your strategy, because it's some point all those retirement funds that were tax deferred. The tax man is going to come with his hand out. He's coming with his hand out on drink about social security right there. They're the ones who are kind of the check. So you better be be aware that you know you want to make sure that you're settling all of all of your taxes when it comes Tonto, uh, your tax bill during retirement, so Yeah, And sometimes you can't avoid it right. Sometimes you just can't afford because these aren't large numbers or what I say for a married couple filing jointly $32,000, and they're starting with half of your benefits, so you may not be able to avoid it may not. You may not, but just be aware it's about being aware understanding that 85% of your benefit. Could be text if you if you don't do much planning ahead of time, and that's on social Security, But then you you're gonna have income taxes on your retirement fund with rolls. Right? So that was just Social Security. Now, when we're talking about withdraws from your four from your tax deferred to cabs like your 401 K or IRA. You didn't pay the taxes on the contributions. Right? So that's one of the beauties behind the 41 case. Contributions are on a pretax basis. You don't pay any taxes on the growth, right? So it's tax deferred. So at the time, girls good at the time, right? So you don't pay any taxes on it, however, who doesn't like that our favorite uncle, right? So our favorite uncle was going to say. All right, Well, now you're making withdrawals. We have to pay taxes. And on and Ur text at at your It's tax at your highest tension. It's earned its earn income at that point. What is tax just like earned income right? So, so that's a way that some people aren't aware of it. There aren't aware of the taxes that can be Uh, assess to them when they're making these distributions from their retirement accounts. And so if you if you aren't aware of it, or if you're not budgeting the income taxes that can be part of your that can be part of your plan. You better budget for those taxes because those distributions will be Again, those distributions from pre tax account will be taxed. So what should you figure then on that if you're taking looking at the net they after tax what about 78? 80%? I mean, what do you think? I mean, It's definitely a percentage of that. You've got to look at it. It's not 100%. You can look at his guaranteed income. Oh, okay. You see what I'm saying? You got a budget based on I don't know what whatever the tax rate would be on it basically tax rate. Right? So it's your distributions, Plus responses. Distributions, plus four one k. Plus, I'm sorry. Your distributions put your spouse's distributions..

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