35 Burst results for "Over 10 Years"
Bad Policy Begats Bad Results
"Yesterday, the producer price index was released. It was up .8% from January up 10% year over year. Brian Westbrook joined me first trust portfolio senior economist. Brian, it just doesn't stop. They do not know how to stop this. Right. They don't. And you know, this is what happens. Bad? I mean, I know this sounds like easy to say, but bad policy begets bad outcomes. So you go back to the 1970s, we had higher taxes, more spending, more regulation, and we printed too much money. And the result was that not only did the U.S. economy take it on the chin with inflation we had stagflation slow growth plus high inflation, but when the U.S. economy takes it on the chin, the world takes it on the chin.
Kurt Schlichter: Remember, Stalin Had to Fight Ukraine for 10 Years
"I've been saying for the first hour of the show I love your opinion on it I'm not sure Putin knows what he's in for here with a long-term occupation of a bunch of hard ass Ukrainians who aren't going to like the fact that you're sitting in with a tank on their corner Darren you are a serious man because you have hit on a real problem for Putin That is he may be like the dogs who catches the car as he chases His mechanized forces are designed to smash other military formations He will do that He will plow through the Ukrainian forces quickly And then he'll have a bunch of mechanized forces trying to occupy areas of the country while a lot of very tough Ukrainians With their rifles start attacking the backfield where a lot of his food sweat train conscript guys are They may have bought themselves a guerrilla war Keep in mind Stalin had to fight Ukrainian for ten years after recapturing Ukraine It wasn't until 1955 that he stamped out the gorillas there I think of it as Lord of the Rings Remember the dwarves The top is really smart and often drunk guys who love to fight That's Ukrainians
How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off
"All right, so you watch those guys, you're like, all right, I'm in golf mode now. I'm back in golf mode after a decade off. Like nowadays, it's the whole PD and I have talked about this on the pod before, but it's like, you know, every dude has his track, man. And it's bullshit, you know, walk in there, a $100,000 worth of stuff, launch monitor on the side and the back like 2000, we didn't really have that. So like, what did you do? Did you just pound balls? Like you said, the teachers buckets that have 500 balls in them or whatever. They're just pound balls left and right. Did you play holes like what did you do to get ready for you to pursue pro golf? Yeah, I mean, that first three month little deal that we did was, you know, I didn't know what to do. I mean, you guys don't remember who did I call, I call it a couple of randoms. I think I called Hank Kinney. I called a guy named Ryan Geoffrey, I talked to my buddy that played golf at UNC Wilmington that I grew up with. It was always pissed at me that I quit. And maybe a couple of people like that that maybe had just started playing on the mentors and I got and I like literally like fell in their number and called them and like, hey, what's up bud? It's will. They're like, what? I'm like, will Mackenzie remember me? They're like, will McKenzie what's up dude? What are you calling me for? I'm like, I'm like, man, I think I'm trying to play golf again, and they're like, man, you've taken a long time at all. I know, but I don't give off. I don't give a shit. I'm gonna try. And they were like, all right, well, here's what you need to do. You need to freaking, it's all golf. That's your job, Neil. You need to work like you're on the PGA Tour, but you're not. And I was like, hell yeah. And so that's what I did.
Canadian Mother Faces 10 Year Prison Sentence for Freedom Protest
"Canada, Canada remains a major issue I want to dive into. Isn't it interesting how Republican senators are far more interested in what's happening in Ukraine than what's happening in Canada. And Canada, they're like, oh, yeah, whatever it's fine that the entire basically domestic Canadian military was mobilized against Canadian citizens. People trying to film on the streets were arrested and were assaulted. People were run over, literally. On the streets of Canada, the organizer of the Canadian convoy, someone by the name of Tamara or Tamara lich has been denied bail. She's a mother. She's threatened with ten years in prison for wanting her daughter to grow up in a free Canada. It was a nice goal, but wrong country. They don't want it. Now what's amazing and I'm still trying to I'm still trying to make sense of this. Is do the people of Canada support this?
Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots
"Knows all about social justice rioting and destruction. A man listen to this, a man who set a deadly fire in a Minneapolis pawn shop during the George Floyd riots was sentenced to just ten years after a federal after federal prosecutors invoked Martin Luther King Jr. and asked the judge to show leniency montez Terrell Lee 26 years old, pleaded guilty to a single count of arson, he admitted he burned down the max it pawn shop, the May 28th, 2020, the same night rioters shut the Minneapolis third precinct building on fire following Floyd's death at the hands of shins convicted police officer, Derek Chauvin. There was a guy was killed. In the pawn shop, two months after the fire, the charred remains of 30 year old Oscar Lee Stewart were found in the rubble.
True Cost of 'Build Back Better' Increases Deficit by $3 Trillion Over 10 Years
"Here we have the letter That was sent today To two members of Congress who said to the congressional budget office okay look Let's stop monkeying around here If these programs are not abolished in a year or two and they stay around and you are supposed to look at a ten year budget horizon on these things what's the true cost of this so called build back better act HR 5 three 7 6 And right dear senator and congressman this is from the director of the congressional budget office Philip schwegel This letter responds to your request for a projection of the budgetary effects Including the effects on interest costs of a modified version of HR 53 76 the build back better act You specified modifications that would make various policies permanent rather than temporary Because they know that's what's going to happen They will be permanent And so basically what Graham and Smith are saying the two ranking members of their relative relevant committees They're saying let's actually look at what's going to happen here They congressional budget office and staff for the joint committee on taxation project Looked at a version of the bill modified as you have specified it would increase the deficit ready Not by a quarter or 250 billion By $3 trillion over ten
10-year-old among three shot at mall in Durham, North Carolina
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a North Carolina police chief says three people were shot Friday in a fight at a mall a shooting during Black Friday shopping at a mall in Durham North Carolina left three people shot and wounded and another three people injured as panicked shoppers ran for the exits one of the shooting victims was a ten year old child who was struck by a stray bullet during police chief Patrice Andrews told reporters the shooting happened around three twenty PM inside the streets at Southpoint mall the chief said an apparent fight between two groups who knew each other led to the shooting and one person was detained Andrews vowed there will be more arrests hi
"over 10 years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Trading in Asia looking at Chicago nica futures 28,495 So we're essentially flat relative to where we were yesterday in Japan and we have a bank of Korea holiday policy decision coming up later We'll talk more about market action for you in about 15 minutes At Baxter has global news in San Francisco Eddie All right hi Doug Welcome back man As Singapore announces an opening of air travel restrictions there is certainly interest Singapore airlines website was temporarily down over the weekend as people tried to jump in Southwest airline says 10% of its fleet is still on the ground after a weekend of delays which had blamed on weather at the time It is now telling Bloomberg it needs more staff Merk has sought use authorization for the U.S. its first oral antiviral treatment for COVID-19 Thailand is unveiled a road map to revive its tourism reliant economy by gradually scrapping a mandatory quarantine for vaccinated visitors UK pregnant women who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 account for almost 20% of critically ill coronavirus patients in England's hospitals China's president Xi Jinping will have a phone call with president of the European council Charles Michel on Friday CNN is reporting a twin engine cessna has crashed into a neighborhood in Santee California which is a suburb of San Diego It says at least two people have died and Netflix co CEO Ted sarandos has defended the network's airing of a controversial Dave Chappelle comedy piece featuring trans jokes He defends it as artistic freedom In San Francisco I'm at Baxter This is Bloomberg All right thanks a lot for that Let's get back to our guests with a half hour senior market strategist at riverfront investment group in Virginia and we're joined by Rebecca Felton Rebecca you strategies at the moment pro risk What does that mean in reality Well we're still overweight equities with versus bonds We have been in that mode of for much of this year and this pretty much we came out of out of those march lows last year We went back to our pro risk stance Now we're leaning into the U.S. we are still underweight developed equities as well as emerging markets I noted that some of the Internet plays and ecommerce companies in Asia have balanced Just to give you an example Alibaba has jumped about 20% here in the past three weeks or so It's sort of like a green light there for many Others have mirrored that kind of jump You're not so exposed here and just about the time you think maybe you would then you get a story like we saw in The Wall Street Journal about even more regulation coming now on the bank regulators How concerned are you about China Well that is that is part and parcel while we remain underweight emerging markets I think we're talked about that at the top of the hour The issue with the regulatory scrutiny on banks and we've seen that in other industries right in terms of Internet real estate And of course with the evergreen situation you have worries over how far that goes in terms of the bank exposures in terms of liquidity And then one more issue with what's going on in China on the tensions with China and Taiwan So there are just too many unanswered questions and too much potential for volatility for us to go there right now Yes So actually you may be pro risk but not that much risk I'm assuming In essence okay so in other words you look further in places where supply chains are diversified and look for opportunities that in the emerging market space even though you're underweight Yes we still are And I mean we're watching it all the time Our mandated that we have the ability to be flexible And so we can raise or lower these exposures fairly quickly and we will do that if we've determined that we need to for a particularly for those portfolios that we have that are looking out 7 to ten years Perhaps not in the more conservative ones that have a heavier exposure on a normal basis to fixed income would probably not add back as quickly Doug mentioned stagflation I remember yesterday with one of the guests I was just kind of losing my head saying there's no stag There is no stag and unless you're predicting something that's going to happen You're speculating whatever There's solid growth right now in the big economies But I guess with energy prices raging like this that has the potential to shut down growth somewhere down the road to talk a little bit about again your fears or perhaps your confidence in growth Well I have to say we're sort of again given how several positions we are going to be watching Q three reporting season very carefully We have navigated through this year with companies beating expectations that were already very elevated We've already seen in the last month or so a flattening of upwards estimate revisions that we've seen with revisions actually flatten out a little bit So we might be at a turning point we know that earnings growth this year is still on track to be north of 25% or so but the next year you're going to do well to get 10% in terms of earnings and digital digits in terms of revenue growth So we will see a period of deceleration and these higher input costs can absolutely impact that negatively Very quickly here Also you know how much are you concerned about the impasse on capital hill Well the volatility in politics just as there are in markets right And we have seen a great deal of brinkmanship and perhaps the fact that I don't want to say the approval ratings are following rather I'll say the disapproval ratings are increasing And it's going to be a bumpy ride I think coming out of Washington particularly when you have the inviting inside of both parties as to how Rebecca thank you so much for joining us Rebecca felt in that scene in Marcus strategist a riverfront investment group getting her take on the markets If you've got a personal auto insurance question you could talk to a cab driver Although the policies he recommends might include avoiding the interstate beating traffic by taking the back roads and only making left turns when absolutely necessary Or you could.
Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin
"Air they, you know, we were able to get a prescription for dramatic. And and she was able to get it and go to the pharmacy near where we live in Texas, not far from dripping springs outside of Austin, and she sat there listening to him and the pharmacist behind the counter was arguing with the other pharmacist saying, Well, we can't fill this. What is this for? And then they interrogated my wife about what's this for this for Covid? My wife, France was. Does it matter? I have a prescription from a doctor and I want to get elected. And so ultimately they filled the prescription. But this is happening all over the country. The pharmacists are blocking the doctors. It's amazing, and they're and they're like this is all part of this overall campaign that is both purposeful by some and his stare ical by others, and it's the ones that are hysterical that are buying into the hype by the authoritarians in the tyrants in Washington. And beyond Washington, the academic set you know the smart blue check Twitter idiots on both sides of the aisle who know what's best for all of us, By the way, mark and tell us how to live our lives when we can go choose what's best for our family. Do you think I want anything to befall harm? To my 10 year old or 12 year old son, My 10 year old daughter. Hell, no right. I'm going to look out for them and what's best for them. I'm going to make decisions for them, but I can tell you what he forced vaccinations. To a 12 year old boy when there's myocardial research when we know by the way when family members have had the virus, we know that natural immunity is stronger, and Israel produces the studies, and we know that as a matter of scientific fact now
Images Show the Taliban With U.S. Military Equipment Left Behind in Afghanistan
"You see in this gym? Images coming out right now. It's Chiron. Shocking images of Taliban with US hardware. You're looking at this. You're like Wow, are those are special operators. They have some pretty fancy equipment. No, no, that's the Taliban and our uniforms are helmets are night vision are in force. Our helicopters. Look at these images on right. This is breaking right now. Look at this. Yeah. Look at this. This is your present. You useful idiots out there useful idiots on the left. Useful idiots covering for your guy. We left our people behind You left our equipment behind. You have permanently damaged America's reputation around the world. Nothing nothing will be the same until these people exit power. And even after that it will take decades to rebuild our credibility overseas. You have now invited attacks on this country for what you did Listen, nobody wanted to get out of Afghanistan more than I did. I talked about it on my podcast, the radio show on television for the last 10 years. This is not the way you do this man. Look at these pictures. This is unbelievable. This breaking around. Haven't seen these yet. You see in this gym? You seeing what I'm seeing on the screen right now? I'll get these guys decked out in all of our high tech military gear. Our vehicles are N v. G s R m force. They don't even have Kalashnikovs anymore. Like we don't want that old Russian crap. Give us these us made M Force. These things are incredible. Look at this in our helicopters. This is just stunning.
Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout
"Its CEO, How does having a really good week? Tim Cook got more than five million shares of Apple stock and sold most of them for more than $750 million. This is part of the compensation that cooked out when he took over as CEO 10 years ago. The
S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher
"And durable goods orders that came out today. We're just mixed and so it didn't really move the market all that much, although we did see a move higher in interest rates as the stock market continues to recover both the S and P and NASDAQ pushing further into record territory. And the doubt also advancing modestly in the early going yields on the 10 year note hitting 1.31%. The dollar is firmer. That's putting some downside. Pressure on commodities oil just slipping a couple cents to about 67 50 a barrel while gold is tumbling $21 to 17 80 70 outs as we said durable goods orders kind of a mixed picture there as far
Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs
"Cook is going to washington once again. He's joining you on musk. They will not have a single conversation. Never see A few apple's tim cook microsoft sachin. Adela the New guy andy. Jesse from amazon apparently will be going to the white house on wednesday to disc- discuss improving cybersecurity. Sure you wanna per cybersecurity get these. Ceo's from these companies a sitting around a table coming up with new strategies. They do nothing but a ask them to stop. Just ask them to stop. Yeah i mean. I you know it's a it's a photo op they'll They'll also be ibm sending Ceo southern company. J. p. morgan chase and company thing. That's terrifying people. These days is
Chicago Pharmacist Arrested for Selling Vaccination Cards for $10
"Pharmacist in Chicago has been arrested for selling Covid 19 vaccination cards on eBay 34 year old tank tank. Zhao of Chicago, appeared in federal court today after he was indicted for theft of government property. According to court documents. Zhao sold 125 authentic CDC vaccination cards to 11 different buyers for approximately $10 a card in March and April of this year, he faces a sentence of 10 years in prison for each of the 12 counts against him. Zhao was a licensed pharmacist in Illinois was employed at company won a pharmacy, which distributed and administered Covid 19 vaccines. At its physical locations
Why Is Race Being Celebrated in the Census?
"I saw the census numbers came out last week and And the headlines were basically that in 10 years' time the population went from 64%. What do they say? Non? Do they say, non white Hispanic? I forget white is what they're trying to say. To to about 58% slightly under 58% white and this is being celebrated. Why is race one way or another being celebrated? What you're seeing here like it or not, up or down. Is the effect. Of Particularly recent times decades of immigration. And birth rates. And so when you have a society That is fairly young. And you have a lot of new immigrants coming into the country, and that is by policy, both Republican and Democrat administrations. And you don't assimilate people into our culture, and you don't promote patriotism and the founding and so you have a society that's dying. You have a society that are dying? And They said. Now there's 400 plus counties Saturn Majority minority. I said, Why do they keep celebrating this? Because they obvious believe minorities are going to vote Democrat and that seems to be the way it is. And if minorities are going to vote Republican, they would oppose this and we know that I've said that for years, but look at Cuba. That's a perfect example. So it's not just minorities that are coming into the country in droves illegally and legally. Its minorities, who tend to vote. At least relatively historically, Democrat
Deadly 7.2-Magnitude Quake Strikes Haiti
"Just cannot get a break. This is the two o'clock report. I'm Sandy Collins, breaking now. The impoverished nation lost hundreds of thousands of people in an earthquake 10 years ago today another quake hitting the island so far, preliminary reports say At least 29 people are dead, more expected. Haitian American groups say they are being flooded with calls for help this after their president was tortured and assassinated last month, and now a tropical storm is bearing down on the island. It appears like it is bad, and when we consider that Haiti was already reeling under the worst political Crisis of its history in recent history, you know that it is really, really, really a bad that is Marlene Basti in she's the executive director of the Family Action Network in South Florida that helps Haitian Americans the epicenter about 78 miles west of the capital. Of Porter Prince, and it was felt widely throughout the Caribbean.
Three Men Aimed to Exit Afghanistan but Only President Trump Had a Plan
"Men run for president, all with the same promise that we've got to get out of Afghanistan. One of them as soon as he got into office ignored it like he ignored all the things that he said when he ran for president. That was Barack Obama. He didn't carry the Magi said what he needed to say to get elected. Donald Trump really meant it and put a plan together and it was in the process of rolling out, although part of that plan had to do was sending a message of the Taliban that if they violate any of the conditions of the pullout, we would stay and we would hit them and would strike them hard. You remember last year that's exactly what happened. And then it gets handed over to Joe Biden. And now look where we are. The reason that I laid this out here for you is this We've been there 20 years. Give or take a couple of months. Our Pentagon leadership. The brass, the generals, the admirals. They have been in charge of our military forces on the ground. Your brothers Your father's your uncles, your Children. For 20 years. And maybe it's me and I am looking for your expertise on this. To be fair. I did not serve, but I have many friends who have served. I have many people. Who have been in Afghanistan for multiple tours, who know the people involved. I've been talking to them. And and and coordinating with them all day here, and they will back me up on this notion. We have been there for 20 years. At some point at some point, maybe five years ago, maybe 10 years ago. Maybe 15 years ago. Actually, I would argue at the point that you actually committed our troops to the ground in Afghanistan. The leadership, the military leadership. The national security so called experts should have had A packet of paper. With the exit strategy.
Census Data Could Make Voting Rights Legislation Even More Important to Democrats
"Move over to the question of the census Now and my I want to ask you About the numbers that came out yesterday. We saw that the U. S population the last decade has become less white has become more diverse, notably and politically important places. Florida, Texas, Nevada, Georgia. Are we seeing up? Purple ink of these places. I don't know what purple and blue makes. But is that happening here? Well, I think it's a purple ng. If you can immediately assume that these populations this growing number of racial minorities are going to vote Democratic, then I suppose that it is Sort of a purple ink. And you also see which is another good sign for Democrats. This rapid growth in big cities over the last 10 years, which have always been democratic domains that Republicans are looking also to cut into. But I think your point is right, especially in the Sun Belt states in these battleground states that Democrats absolutely need if they want to hold the house and expand their majority in the Senate. Thinking about Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Arizona, which isn't quite the sun Belt, but still kind of in that in that range of states that Democrats will I live in Arizona. It's the Sun Belt. I'll say that Yeah, and and, you know, thinking a lot about the deep south as well where Democrats are hoping to make inroads. Of course, there are two big roadblocks to this one. The fact that the GOP controls redistricting in a majority of these battleground states and will be The party that writes these these district lines in the next couple of months here that were most likely to be favorable to them, and also in the sun Belt states. They're starting to pass, especially in Republican controlled state legislatures loss that would limit turnout among a lot of the groups that were saying or that we're seeing. Have grown substantially in population over the last 10 years. Black voters, Latino voters, Asian Americans. These are all demographics that Democrats absolutely need to win in 2022, but the Republicans are certainly they have in their toolbox just a lot more at their disposal To really Make these make this still, um something that would be advantageous to them. Mhm. Margaret. We have
You Will Be Impacted by Liberal Totalitarianism so Take Action
"Way within the next few years. Either you or someone you love is not impacted by liberal totalitarian ism. Their mandates their edicts, the destruction of the country. They're opening of the border there. Cancel culture tactics. They're they're screw too big tech cancel culture tactics. There is no way you or someone near you will not be touched by this. No way. You have no choice in this matter anymore. It is time for action. Action matters. There are no easy answers here. I wish there were believe me. I wish there were I am not again speaking to you with forked tongue either. Damn! What have you done? Fair question. I left my job. I love the job. I was in 10 years ago I walked away. There was never ever any promise of anything, and we almost went bankrupt. That's not a joke. We nearly missed mortgage. I think we did miss mortgage payments. My daughter at the time I remember needed braces. We have any money to do it. I left my job. I decided I was going to run for office. I'd had enough. I did that three times. It didn't work out. That's okay. It's okay. It wasn't meant for me. Sometimes you ask God for an answer, And the answer is no. And that's okay. It eventually led me here almost a decade later. It was a long road. But I promise you I'm not asking you to do something I wouldn't do myself. I asked you to show up at the school board meetings, Town council meetings. I did it myself. The videos out there my own town. You can see it. I'm right there. I don't tell you to do things I don't do myself. But the time for action is now time for talk is over. Talk is great. I hope this motivates you to do something. But as my friend, Jenny says, and I'll say all the time in this show. Ginny Thomas. She's great. She says. You're the leaders we've been waiting for. You don't wait for someone else. Action matters. It's time to do. There's no easy answers. Everyone is going to have to sacrifice a little bit of something in order to get this country back from really the dark path to totalitarianism we're on. Now there's now no longer a doubt. Laugh all you want. We know exactly what you're doing. The
"over 10 years" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"over 10 years" Discussed on WDUN AM550
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"over 10 years" Discussed on WCPT 820
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"over 10 years" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"King County is on a mission to do more than just make coffee. The nonprofit makes dreams come true for young people struggling to find their way job training for our homeless is trying to exit the homelessness. The nonprofits, John MacDonald says they not only helped build job skills, they helped build bright futures by connecting people toe work opportunities. As with many good Seattle stories, the inspiration for the nonprofit came from coffee. The truck started stripping a little over 10 years ago now, and they really were seeing the landscape of Seattle on the coffee industry that was really booming here and saw that the cover job market that was opening that and thought, while coffee shop would be such a great way to help employees, young people and get them really tangible job skills. That's why Bonneville, Seattle, the Seattle Seahawks and Carter, Subaru Volkswagon and now Acura are proud to honor ST being coffee roasters as our charity of the month. If a natural disaster comes knocking. How prepared is your family? You can't just close the door on earthquakes, floods or hurricanes and hope they go away. That's why it's important to make a plan. Now ready dot gov slash plan has the tools and tips you need to prepare your family for an emergency. So if disaster shows up at your doorstep, you'll be ready. Isn't ready dot gov slash plan and make a plan today brought to you by FEMA and the ad council. My husband had a gun in his friends would go shooting. The ammunition, unfortunately, was not stored separately in a million years. We never thought that Emily could. There is a hole in.
"over 10 years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A pathway to negotiation, or at least embrace that status for some people. Obviously, dreamers, I think are at the top of the list by everyone, because you know the young people they dream that is something that we can actually attain, and we should have. Been able to pass that bill over 10 years ago, but it didn't happen. And I think it is possible to happen now, um, getting rid of the three and 10 year bar which a lot of my clients, you know, That's the reason why they can't adjust. That is those are two things that I will hurry ties. Then I think there's a lot of other things that can be done to reform the way that innovation. What works in immigration court as well. So that you know people have the chance. People who are in real proceedings have that chance actually have a fair hearing. And hopefully when their cases This Beth material Los Angeles based immigration attorney Thanks so much for talking with us Thank you so much for ready. We're going to take a closer look now at Biden's immediate actions on immigration through executive orders and review the immigration bill that he sent to Congress Joining me now are deeply sacred Professor of law at Santa Clara University, where he teaches constitutional and immigration law, people, the sacrum Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me and Tom Kay Wong, associate professor of political science and founding director of the U. S Immigration Policy Center at UCSD, he served as an advisor to the White House initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders under President Obama. Tom Kay Wong. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. So a lot is happening on several fronts with Biden's Syriza of executive orders rescinding Trump era policies and deeply the sacrum first with regard to DACA deferred action for childhood arrivals. That executive order says it preserves and fortifies the program. What does this mean? It's not completely clear yet. We'll have to see what follows. But I think the president is showcasing a re commitment to the program. It was under obviously litigation in the trump area and attempted precision. I think this makes clear what the president's intentions are, and that is to maintain the program as it was created. While there's legislation proposed that might actually provide broader benefits. I see so because you know, for the moment it's still temporary. That's correct at this moment, anything that the executive does or through administrative action. The best it can do is to forebear prosecution against those individuals it cannot on Lee. Congress has the authority to grant legal status, lawful status, and so anything with regards to Dhaka to temporary status are going to be in a sense limbo states. And Tom Long. President. Biden also issued an executive order on interior immigration enforcement again with language that I'm wondering if you could explain. Biden's administration said it will quote we set the policies and practices for enforcing civil immigration laws. To align enforcement with ideas and values that immigrants strengthen America's families, communities, businesses, workforce and economy. I mean, what does this mean? Practically Yeah, There's a lot there. Um, I think it might be helpful for listeners to sort of envision a federal budget where Congress allocates a certain number of monies for immigration enforcement. In previous administrations prior to Trump, that is the Obama administration, for example, set enforcement priorities. What it said was that with the limited resource is that Congress appropriates We're going to focus. Those limited resource is on high priority cases. For example, Um, you know, listeners may remember phrases like felons, not families during the Obama administration. Well, the Trump administration then can came in and did what the Biden administration has just done in terms of rescinding Obama era guidance with respect to interior immigration enforcement. Trump Administration did have some enforcement priorities. But for the most part, all undocumented immigrants were for lack of a better term fair game under the Trump administration. So in terms of re setting priorities, I think what the Biden administration is hinting to is that DHS the Department of Homeland Security will undergo a review of how ice and other DHS component.
"over 10 years" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Mean coffee roasters in King County is on a mission to do more than just make coffee. The nonprofit makes dreams come true for young people struggling to find their way you do. Job training for young adults that are homeless is trying to exit the homelessness. The nonprofits, John MacDonald says they not only helped build job skills, they helped build bright futures by connecting people toe work opportunities. As with many good Seattle stories, the inspiration for the nonprofit came from coffee in Iran. Industry being a little over 10 years ago now, and they really were seeing the landscape of Seattle on the coffee industry that was really booming here and saw that the cover job market that was opening that. But while Congress up would be such a great way to help employees, young people and get them really tangible job skills. That's why Bonneville, Seattle, the Seattle Seahawks and Carter, Subaru Volkswagon and now Acura are proud to honor ST being coffee roasters as our charity of the month. He was the heart of your family, and he taught you our history. He helped you fix your first flat. He was the best backyard DJ around and every time you tell a story, he owned the room. But now more than ever, he may feel alone. Today. Older adults in their loved ones are struggling to connect in a time when connection has never been more important, But there is something we could do embrace our older loved ones through StoryCorps connect with StoryCorps Connect. You can honor seniors remotely with an interview about their life. Every interview will be Archived at the Library of Congress becoming part of American history. So that years from now, future generations can listen in. All right, Grandpa, what's one piece of advice you have for me? Just three words. Sweetheart. Live with courage man that had the best stories still has plenty of stories to tell. So connect virtually and share the conversation of a lifetime at StoryCorps Connect that orc slash AARP Connect honor share StoryCorps connect a message from AARP, StoryCorps and the Ad Council. Me..
"over 10 years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"18 years old, I was addicted for over 10 years has been a struggle to maintain sobriety and a stable living environment. Since coming to the Miami rescue mission, my life has taken a complete turnaround have been able to get My life on track and I am clean and sober. I have been able to get the courage to live life that I didn't have for so long. Please help someone like me Help another Luciano that needs you. Also Karen place that order to support the programs that saved my life. Well, once again, we're at that part of the program where we get to talk to people who are going through life change. And I have a wonderful young man with me to here today in the studio. His name is Juan. And first of all, Let me just say one. Thank you for coming and wanting to share your story with us. Thank you very much. No one. Let's go back in time and maybe talk a little bit about your childhood. Your upbringing may be years before you even came to the mission or, you know, fell on hard times. Tell us a little bit of your backstory. Okay? I was born and raised in California. I am the only one left out of two sons. My parents decided to after living so long in California to come to Miami, we moved here in 1990 from 1992 1999. Now tell us a little bit. Um, let's not jump ahead so far. Let's talk a little bit about your mom and dad. Um No. Did they go to church or what kind of upbringing? Did you have that? Did you feel like you had a good family life? Did feel how I had a good family. My parents really never went to church. I was being a religious family. Their background is Catholic. So they believe in the Catholic figures and That transpired into a religion, which is Santa Rhea, which I say your mom was from Cuba. Yes. One race in Cuba. She brought her her artifacts from Cuba and that was instilled in me from my life. Hood did not work for me was Not happy, huh? You know, and that kind of religion and the church was like only on Sundays. Very little. So I had no no, really understanding off. What God or Jesus was about, Um, way moved to Miami Now. Did anything happen to you while you're in California, though, before he even moved here? Did you get into a lifestyle that was well? Yeah. In high school. I tried drugs for the first time going to in the 11th grade. My first experience with drugs was marijuana. Um I loved it. It was like Ben escape for me in high school. Used it all through high school. Going into my senior year. I dropped out of high school to go to work so I can support my habit. That went on for Quite awhile. Toe like 90 hardwired like 90 99 then and we moved to Miami because my parents stopped moving from my lady down here Which fixed me. But actually, things got worse when I got here. Um, from 99 to now, is that because you felt like maybe in Miami there things were more accessible or what? What? Why was that? They believe that moving from one place to another would take me away from my using habits. But I got here to my I found out that it was a lot easier to get. Drugs here. Hi here, and it was a lot more accessible here in Miami that I found out Um, Through that time I have been Nina out of jobs been in and out of relationships in the last job in the last relationship. I had Due to my addictive personality and by using I lost Now I did not know a place to go. I was living homeless for about a week I found the Miami rescue mission by God's grace. I didn't know it existed. I had no idea. This was a place for men to actually come find. Refuge and learn about you know the word of God. I called Fund. A gentleman told me Be here on Monday at 6 A.m.. I got up at four o'clock that money. To prove Busses. Hmm. Funny, gentlemen. They were sitting on the curb that he I go. Listen, I'm looking for the man the rescue mission. My name is one of those my name. I forgot the gentleman's name. He goes. Listen, go down this street make that first left on that First avenue and it's the building on to your left. I got here. I don't know what to expect. There was 10 people on the list and I was the 11th and by God's grace, I was able to get in. Okay, so one. We're going to find out more. So you got in, so we're gonna come back and just a moment and we're gonna pick up one story and you're going to hear more about this change.
"over 10 years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"What? I have to take a short break. This is shadowing and you're listening to safe money Radio will be right back after these messages. For over 10 years, The message has been the same. Keep your money safe and growing in order to have the future that you deserved safe money radio. Listeners. This is Chad Oh, and host of safe money radio with a real quick message. I know some of you during these trying times or experiencing layoffs or even permanent separations from your employment. I know these situations can be frustrating and difficult. I also know that there may be some opportunity to take your employer safe retirement funds from your phone, K 403 B or other employer based accounts and use them to secure your retirement. Generous growth. Rates but no risk of market losses, Thies air important decisions and as an expert in no risk retirement strategies, I'm here to help call me now. 86 6749 safe. That's a 667497233 for a private one. On one complimentary consultation, we could meet virtually or in person accommodate any concerns you might have and make sure your opportunity is not wasted. Once again call me at 866749 Sape. That's 8667497233. You're listening to safe money radio with your host, Chad Owen. Welcome back. I am shadowing host of safe money Radio. Safe money retirement specialist working with clients right here in Texas, If you like our free 78 page, safe money book and our custom tailored safe money information kit, call us now. 866749 safe. The kid will be customized. Your situation in contained details about safe money programs..
"over 10 years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The other way requiring drug makers of brand name pharmacy medication to give Medicare recipients the rebates that now go to insurance companies and pharmacies. That's a bad move, says the Congressional Budget Office, saying it'll raise taxpayer costs. By $177 billion Over 10 years, The Trump Administration disputes that there are covert 19 pop up testing sites today in Cincinnati today on one Ste Avenue at the Winton Terrace Apartments, nine till three. I make that noon till three. That's noon till three and then at the fine later apartment homes on Strand Lane in Cincinnati, also noon till three today. A Norwood, convicted rapist recently released from prison was arrested this week after being caught watching kids play and pleasuring himself. 65 year old Dexter Jones was picked up in Norwood on Monday evening for public indecency. He was arraigned yesterday. He's in the Hamilton County lockup bail set of 50,000 Bucks. He is awaiting trial on November 30th. And with all the warnings that we're getting about Thanksgiving, here's one place where you shouldn't have to worry the cold McGlashen, a registered dietitian at U of L Health says. Give yourself some grace. It's the holiday and I feel like we have deserved to celebrate a little bit. Let's be honest. Just don't overdo it. Bill the plate with your favorite food, but don't go back for seconds. Also, be careful what you bring home with you. As far as leftovers don't pack enough to feed you for the week. If you're doing a buffet during the pandemic Thanksgiving when it comes to serving where your masks make sure that you are washing your hands. If possible, it would be great if one person could serve and arrange seating. So you're not rubbing elbows with the person next to you? Fine Paul Miles news radio 700 WLW sport, The.
"over 10 years" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So for over 10 years anywhere between 402 3 grand Says one huge driver of the price increases is, of course, a the growth of WordPress and as buying website has gotten easier. More people have been able to shell out the big bucks. So when it comes to domain, reselling This person is talking about how they've made over six figures doing it unbelievable. This next one grabbed me because this is something of tremendous interest to me Launching a profitable blawg because you can actually make money. Blogging. Ah, blogged that this gentleman does currently makes over 10 grand per month on advertising and affiliate revenue or it What are we all doing Wrong here, So if you want to dive deeper, Google it start looking at some YouTube videos on it, and this is money that he has to do nothing to get. Readers just read. They sometimes click, and then sometimes they sign up or try a service at no cost to them, And apparently, that's something that's growing out there. So if you have a side hustle, something that you're passionate about, you want to start blocking about it. Start Googling the best and highest rated Click per ads or, you know, paper, click ads out there and make it happen. People are talking about six figure plus salaries doing it. I love this next up a website building and maintenance, a wordpress website building and maintenance. Anytime something wordpress is very impressive to me, it's a way you can build websites for people who aren't really comfortable building websites. And if you have a flair for building websites, great design that kind of thing. Think long and hard about going on a site like fiver and putting up your own little banner about how using build websites and you will find the world's will beat a path to your door more.
"over 10 years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I have to take a short break. This is Shadow one and you're listening to safe money Radio will be right back after these messages. For over 10 years, The message has been the same. Keep your money safe and growing in orderto have the future that you deserve a safe money radio. Hello, listeners. This is Chad. Oh, in host of safe money radio with a real quick message. I know some of you during these Trying times are experiencing layoffs. Freeman permanent separations from your employment. I know these situations can be frustrating and difficult. I also know that there may be some opportunity to take your employer saved retirement funds from your phone. For all three beef or other employer based accounts and use him to secure your retirement. Generous growth rates, but no risk of market losses. These air important decisions and as an expert and no risk retirement strategies, I am here to help Call me now at 86 6749 safe. That's 8667497233 for private one on one complimentary consultation. We could meet virtually or in person accommodate concerns you might have and make sure your opportunity is not wasted Once again. Call me at 866749 shape. That's 8667497233. You're listening to safe money Radio with your host, Chad Owen. Welcome back. I am shadow on a host of safe money Radio, A safe money, retirement specialists working with clients right here in Texas, If you like our free 78 page, safe money book and our custom tailored safe money information, kid, Call us now. 866749 safe. The kid will be customized to your situation in contained.
"over 10 years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To David and seminal. Hello, David. Good morning. Good morning, David. We have about two minutes before the bottom of the hour. So go ahead and ask your question of Catherine. We'll see if we can get it answered in two minutes. Okay? My question is with a will with power of attorney Is there any time limit? The will was written over 10 years ago, naming me as the power of attorney Ah! Is is the fact about a power of attorney is good today. Or five years from now, as it was when it was written 12 years ago. Okay, That's not OK. That's question to me. I guess so. The the answer is Papa Attorney should be updated every three or four years. It doesn't make the old one invalid. It just makes it harder for people to accept. Like, thanks and medical people and so forth. The well has nothing to do with the power of attorney. Their separate documents, correct. So the part about you is your question is the power of attorney is still valid. Right. Is that your question? It's probably valid but you know, it might not be easily accepted. It would be cheaper to have just do a new one and have a currently dated one and arguing and trying to force someone to accept an old one. So my advice to be if the person still capable of Signing the pop attorney to sign a new one. If they're not capable, then we'd have to argue that no one is still valid, which might work. Okay. All right. I have a second. Quickly might have tunnel for the second part of the question, If you don't mind.
"over 10 years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hi. It's my only am I talking to you today? You are going on in five seconds, but it she's on air right now. Don't do that to her. You're right. What you got Roseanna High. I have got a river birch tree in the back of my behind my house, and it's like the multiple trunk. And it's dying from the top down and it's over 10 years old and Ah, can I trim that? Yes, it's kind of funny because when I saw River Birch something and okay, iron closest, some leaves were getting yellow. But, ah, years is a little different. It's just the top and everything else is healthy. Yeah. Yeah, And it's been there over 10 years. So I would make sure that your watering that during dry periods and I I say that because I know a lot of areas some are still dry, where other airs about a bunch of rain. But when something is dying on the very top like that, It's sometimes Khun B. Moisture. And then I would also make sure that you don't and I don't know a river birch wood girdle or not, I guess it would. But I would kind of pull the Pull the mulch back and make sure there's not a route that's going around the trunk. But to answer your question. Yes, you khun prune that any time that you would like, but I would just be a little Little wondering of what's happened because River Birch generally the main problem is they get yellow leaves during the middle of the season, and they're usually you have to put iron ID or something around it because they get iron closest. So Money. I saw that. I thought I knew the answer. But I hear you. You threw a curveball at me. Hey, Roseanna, Thanks for the call. We appreciate would come up against clock here. Alright, our number one I'm going to give our number one A C. No, we gotta give it a good solid No, I'm good songs. Plus, I'm a C student. Goes, We're coming right back 93 W Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one.
"over 10 years" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"He wants to spend $775 billion over 10 years to help pay for older Americans. Healthcare workers provide free preschool and increased tax credits for low income families. He says he paid for it by reducing tax breaks for real estate investors with annual incomes of more than $100,000 increasing compliance with existing tax law. For high owners to NASA astronauts were about to take a walk outside the international space station. NASA astronauts Bob Banking and Chris Cassidy had outside the international space station again today, their spacewalk or extravehicular activity will be spent making exterior upgrades to the station structure. One of their tasks is to configure One of the stations, modules called Tranquility to have a new air lock system installed one built by a commercial operator, Banking and Cassidy both spacewalk last week, installing new batteries to the station's power systems. Evan Brown Fox News The host of Jeopardy has a new book about his life out today. Alex Trebek, who turns 80 on Wednesday, is celebrating a day early with the release of his memoir, and the answer is Reflections on my Life and a public address Last week, Trebek updated fans on his battle with pancreatic cancer. It is paying off, though it does fatigue me a great deal. My numbers are good. Feeling great. Trebek, though, has recently admitted his struggles with the battle. But his memoir, he tells the Los Angeles Times is dedicated to those who are hoping to become survivors. He said it was not thinking of doing a memoir until he learned that an unauthorized biography on his life was being released the same day. The vet thought the author wouldn't get it right. So he decided to move quickly. Michelle Pelino Fox knew the San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler and several players taken need during the national anthem before their exhibition game with Oakland. Resident Trump tweets looking forward to live sports, But any time I witness a player kneeling during the national anthem Thegame is over for me. I'm Chris Foster All lanes closed and Rachel Mosquitoes westbound 56 shutdown from Camino del Sur to Carmel Valley for a construction project. National CITY North outside of the five, just past 28th Street have conked out car in the far right lane. Camera and dug in with a look..
"over 10 years" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Disease in the state budget proposing three million dollars to support research, France, good thing. Very good thing. We are very excited about that. And we need to ensure that research is an public house both for Alzheimer's disease are priority in the upcoming state budget. So this is a great start is that research strictly in Alzheimer's or all types of dementias. This particular research that he's talking about is for women in Alzheimer's disease, actually, women, and Alzheimer's, very interesting. And who is who is administering this. And you know in these these funds can be stick difficult to get at. And it's not really clear sometimes spent a lot of money and administering them. Well, how's that going to work? Sure. And this is just in the very early stages, actually, California has a very good track record of these types of things and making sure that the funds are administered appropriately because there's a tax checkoff on the California state tax forms for Alzheimer's disease research, so they already have some of this in place. And again, if somebody wants to do research, how do they access it? What kind of follow up information? Are they are they required to provide? For the state. They have a different requirements than the Alzheimer's Association, but the Alzheimer's Association requires very rigorous reporting and follow up, and I'm sure the stage programs are as throw because of the stewardship of those fun. And I imagine this going to be mostly tertiary centers, universities that sort of thing is that where the research going to be done. Yes. I think that they're very much looking at trials that can look at women's specifically and targeting the research to women will probably come out of some of the bigger research institutions in California. They have the the ease in populating trials and such any anything. That's exciting. You currently research that's under way that you can talk about that's leading towards breakthrough. There is we are very hopeful at the Alzheimer's Association that there is going to be a more accurate test to really diagnose Alzheimer's disease that the families that we work with those through months sometimes years of struggle getting an accurate diagnosis for Alzheimer's disease. So we are looking for that biomarker and some things are coming very close as far as maybe a blood test sooner than we had hoped our junior than we had thought, but you hoped it would be even sooner. But that is one piece that is very very important to us as we move forward with educating the public about Alzheimer's disease is accurate and early diagnosis can really improve their quality of life, the quality of life for their caregivers and allow them for better planning for what the future holds the important point. Is that the you know, the brain much like other organs like our joints? Skeletal muscles can be supported and enhanced and protected absolutely. And the Alzheimer's Association. Nations working on a lot of trial to identify and pinpoint those exact things, and that is one of the reasons that we are so excited about governor newsome's attention to Alzheimer's disease because public health has been really silent on dementia nationwide. And and the Alzheimer's Association is really working to change that and with the visibility of the governors interest in Alzheimer's and dementia. It definitely help well where can people go to learn more? People can learn more at a LV dot ORG. That's the Alzheimer's Association website. And we're also very very excited about the federal legislation that was passed. It's really going to be a game changer for people with Alzheimer's and dementia and their caregivers and that was passed and signed into law on New Year's Eve believe it or not it's the bold act building, our largest dementia infrastructure for Alzheimer's act, and that's going to create Alzheimer's centers of excellence around the country to address some of the things that are focused on public health issues such as early.