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U.S. surpasses 3,000 daily coronavirus deaths for first time
"The first time in the Corona Virus Pandemic, America has had more than 3000 deaths in a single day Devastating news had an effect on Los Angeles County's public health director. Yesterday. She broke down at Wednesday's news comfort And their deaths are an incalculable loss. The Corona virus pandemic pushed the U. S. Passed another dire milestone Wednesday, the highest daily death toll to date and with over 220,000 new covert cases yesterday, overtaxed intensive care units say they're running out of beds in many parts of the country. I'm
US records over 3,000 Covid deaths in a day for first time
"The U. S officials say, We've had more than 3000 deaths in just one day. The devastating news had in effect on Los Angeles County's public health director. Yesterday. She broke down at Wednesday's news conference over 1000 people. Over beloved members of their families are not coming back and their deaths are incalculable loss. The Corona virus pandemic pushed the U. S. Passed another dire milestone Wednesday, the highest daily death toll to date and with over 220,000 new covert cases yesterday, overtaxed intensive care units say they're running out of beds in many parts of the country. The record number of those hospitalized with covert sits at 106,000 and is continuing to grow. I'm Mike Power.
House votes to decriminalize marijuana at federal level
"In marijuana moment dot net third GOP Congressmen pledges to Vote for marijuana legalization on the House floor this month that vote coming up today, House gaveling in at nine Eastern, what has been the general sense of your conference on this measure? What most Republicans are opposed to to legalization. But and yet I'm not out of sympathy with their concerns over marijuana use, but ultimately that needs to be a decision made by every grown up, and, uh, I have enough trouble, frankly, running my own life without trying to run everybody else. There is a tax attached to this proposed measure. How much is that tax and what would be used for? Eyes by percent attacks. I am very concerned about overtaxing this product. If you if you overtax anything, it would drive it back underground and defeat. The whole purpose of the measure should states particularly the ones that have legalized marijuana on Cemal some level be delighted or concerned about the potential passage of this measure. I think all states should support the passage of this measure that restores to them are the decisions over how to regulate it within their own state borders.
California counties to begin tighter COVID-19 restrictions
"Counties across California will begin stricter covert nineteen restrictions today as cases surge statewide Los Angeles county public health director Barbara for rare on KNBC says they are very concerned about overwhelmed doctors and nurses the healthcare workforce well what if and not overtaxed so that they can continue to provide them the very excellent care they're all providing right now Los Angeles county lockdown will close playgrounds which parents Emma guti eras told KNBC she understands we've been keeping an eye on the numbers that I know that's that's starkly up and sells it just seems like the right thing to do is to to go back to the safety measures which calls for some ten million residents to not gather with people outside their house sold for public or private occasions actually handler
How to get clean air indoors when its barely safe to breathe outside
"On, the show yesterday we talked about how good ventilation and air flow can help reduce the spread of viruses in shared indoor spaces but during big wildfires like the ones in California that are sending smoke across the United States right now or in areas with high levels of every day air pollution bringing in air from the outside isn't a good option and filters get a lot more important. Jeff Siegel is a professor of engineering at the University of Toronto who specializes in indoor air quality. He says whether it's a standalone device or smart building technology there are options. So for example, the. Controls for ventilation systems can take into account the quality of outdoor air and we've got wildfires. So we're going to prioritize filtration and win outdoor equality becomes better. We'll go back to using more ventilation. That's not anything complicated in the world of of operating a building. You know if we think about residential systems may be you know things do get a little bit more complicated because people don't really have control in the same way over their ventilation and filtration. So maybe it would make sense to recommend portable air cleaners right? which is a lot for. Your average consumer to think about and is happening at a time when there tech startups that are promising to purify the air. If you buy their, you know extremely expensive new devices like how should people examine those claims? Yeah. I think with a lot of skepticism. So there is a high bar that device has to demonstrate. Know, independent evaluation and research. That suggests that first of all the devices GonNa work second of all that the device is not gonNA cause harm. A lot of devices 'cause byproducts. So for example, ozone mission or other things which are harmful to the indoor environment. So what I always tell people is go to independent review sources, things like consumer reports. Or the wire-cutters, they review portable air cleaners those see quite quickly what types of air cleaners which are generally speaking traditional happe- filters that are being recommended. Yeah I mean there's inequality built in there too. Is there also an opportunity to make it more broadly available? So it's not just people who can afford to buy an air filter new heating and cooling system. Yeah. I mean that's the issue that keeps me up at night. Right is that you know we do have a societal inequalities that translate to many aspects of health disparities including indoor air, and so for example in. I sure hope that all the school districts that are addressing covid are thinking about what are our most poorly ventilated schools that's where we should invest our first dollar. Jeff Siegel is a professor of engineering at the University of Toronto experts say the unhealthy air from fires in California can actually make people more susceptible to covid nineteen because their lungs and immune systems get overtaxed.
Beirut explosion: Death toll rises to 200 as protests continue
"One of the top stories this week, unfortunately, was the massive explosion in Beirut. There was arrested Look for more survivors. As thousands were injured and the explosion there looked to be the result of negligence. There was huge amounts of ammonium nitrate that exploded, they were improperly stored in a warehouse for over six years. Half of the city's destroyed and thousands have been left homeless for more on what we know about this. We spoke to miss you. Ryan, National Security reporter at the Washington Post, You know well, it was really just a catastrophic scene in downtown Beirut. And he said there was a series of explosions. First, this initial fire, smaller fire or explosion. They're different accounts. And then this. Masses mushroom cloud blasts followed by the blast wave course he not across the city, and one would assume that some people were killed in the explosion close to the port. And then there were lots of people wounded and probably dead in the blast wave that broke windows, destroyed buildings and affected people, Miles and miles away. And so people who are on the ground there, and they were just sort of describing this apocalyptic scene where hospitals were overwhelmed. There was nitrous oxide fumes that were potentially dangerous, and this is happening in the country that is already really struggling with Cupid. Pandemic, of course, but then a series of political and economic crises that have triggered inflation and widespread protests over the last year, so this is coming at a very, very hard time for Lebanon. Obviously a lot of people. I know by now, I've seen the video of the explosion. There's so many different angles, so many different videos. There's videos of people experiencing their normal life. And then the blast comes. I saw A video of a family just looking out their window at the fire, and then the windows just completely exploding on them. As the big blast came. Another video I saw was a woman taking bridal pictures and then the huge blast comes and knocks her down and the crew down and everything so just kind of the devastation that that's there and was caught on video is pretty crazy, but I wanted to ask about the ammonium nitrate and why it was there in the first place, and why it was there for so long. Basically, obviously one of the first questions after this happened, Wass what caused this explosion. Initially people were trying to figure out was this some sort of military attack or terrorist attack, But Lebanese officials have said that they believe that it was The result of this improperly stored ammonium nitrate, which we're told was there as a result of basically a stranded shipment that was headed for somewhere else in 2013 or 2014 and was brought And because of a legal dispute in a sort of custody dispute was brought into the port facility in Beirut. And then nobody has really clarify. Why remain there for so long? And I think that that the anger of the Lebanese people ask you why there would have been this highly flammable explosive material stored in the middle of a pact teeming city that's going to be prompting, you know a huge amount of political pressure there already. We've reported that there are some port employees have been placed under house arrest. There are calls or government officials or port officials to be held personally accountable, But I think we're just the beginning of that whole process. And I should add that the U. S government officials that we're talking Tio don't have that much independent information at this point, But what they're saying is They don't have any reason to think so far, and this is evolving that it was anything other than but negligence or an accident. Yeah, it just seems like if this was purely negligence, it's almost worse that if it was a nefarious attack, this is something that could have been totally avoided. You did mention a few of the other things that were going on in Beirut and Lebanon specifically with regards to Corona virus, because the pandemic is obviously affecting the world right now. I know the hospitals are already kind of overtaxed and this is just going to make it worse considering so many people were injured there. I think, they said over 135 dead now and over 4000 people injured and those numbers they're going to change. One would have seemed so. I mean, one of the things that was happening today, with people digging through rubble. Many buildings further away from the port, sort of as he went out, had windows or doors blown out, but structurally or intact, but that no one's closest to the port. Some of them are destroyed. And so people were pulling people out of the rebel today, So you would assume that that death toll would potentially rise and then we have reports of at least 4000 people who were injured. So it was really scary event for a lot of people and then the rebuilding process. Now I've been seeing just people throw numbers around. You never know what the true cost would be. Repairs could cost $5 billion. I mean in the initial area, there was just totally devastated. There's a huge hole the warehouse was One of other countries been doing to offer help. The French president is supposed to visit Lebanon tomorrow. Some of the European countries already sending or talking about sending assistance. I saw reports of Russia operate assistance. The U. S government has so far not said whether or not It'll send eight or potentially logisticians or any sort of personnel to assist. But that's also a possibility. And I would assume that something like that would, of course from the United States as well. One of the other things Teo think about is the fact that there were these massive grain Silas basically right next to the areas, the site of the explosion in the port area that had And them so those were not destroyed or significantly damaged. And so that could really hasten concerns about food security in Lebanon, which it is sort of crazy to think about Lebanon. Being a food, insecure country was always thought as one of the most well to do in the past countries. In the Middle East. It did go through a big punishing civil war in the 19 eighties, but it's really sad to think about Lebanon being in this place. Missy Ryan, National Security reporter at the Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you.
In historic vote, North Carolina city backs reparations
"Is being made. Could you please think this was part of our When I work down in South Carolina? I worked for a Fox station down there in Asheville. It's in North Carolina. But it was part of the area that we covered. And the Asheville City Council has apologized now for the North Carolina City's historic role and slavery. And to make up for their historic role in slavery. They now want to provide reparations to African Americans. And they're just an old, you know, all African Americans there because they're descendants of slaves. Okay? Ah, not a big shitting, You know, It's a very hippy type of area. Yeah, and it's the local taxpayers will pay the reparations. They said they're not going to mandate direct payments, but they will be making investments in areas where black residents face disparity. Checkoff box. No problem. Um, hey, if you want your local community to pay reparations, good. I have a feeling that a lot of people who may not be an agreement will move. So you're against that because they're saying it's not simply enough to remove statues that black people in this country mean what? Me more money, Basically, no, no. If they want to impose another tax on people who already overtaxed settle down south a lot less than we are here. Crying. If you want to live in that city, you pay reparations. If you're not happy with that, you move out so that I think this will happen here. I think this is going to be a way. This is the first city that's doing this. It's in use a today It's in CNN all over and the vote was unanimous among with their city council, so it'll probably happen right here in New York City Council. I can imagine them all being like, Yeah, let's do it with a remember they already can't get congestion pricing because it's not a left traffic after the pandemic show. We'll figure out other ways to pick our pockets and then more people will
Leslie Jamison on Jenny Offill's Book 'Weather'
"Leslie Jamison is here in the studio. Her most recent book is make it screen and make it burn essays which was reviewed in the book review last fall all but she's here now to talk about another book. She reviewed this week on our cover. Jennie O. Foles Weather Leslie. Thanks for being here. It's so wonderful to be here so you. Let's first talk about Jenny full. Who she is? Pearl Siegel staff critic for the Times. Were a profile of Jennie O.. Full in this this week's issue of the New York Times magazine but give us a sense of who this writer is. When I think about Daniel's work and why it matters and why I think it's really created aided the sense of excitement around so many readers I think part of it you know she writes about motherhood and marriage and things that can get lumped under the general neural umbrella term domesticity but she brings them to life in these incredibly razor-sharp ways and there shouldn't even be a but conjunction to that sentence right like wire wire those states of being not razor-sharp somehow but but sometimes they can get seen as softer sentimental and she brings both very different form and a very different tone to how how she writes about them and how she does justice to their emotional extremity? Now I'm thinking that we have to make a challenge to ourselves not to use the word but for the rest of this partnership. I think there we go that we're are GONNA fail so we'll just we'll we'll put that aside. This book weather is her third novel her. I was last things and then it took her fifteen years to write. Her neck spoke department of speculation which came out in two thousand fourteen and was one of our ten best books of the year. And I feel like that book really brought her to you. A wider attention perhaps not bestseller list attention but it was hugely critically acclaimed and beloved by readers. Let's start talk a little a bit about that book and why it struck such a chord and I think it's no accident when you said it was like fifteen years until the next book which actually sort of part of the plot of Department of speculation too. It's like there's a writer who is taking a long time to put her second novel. Part of I think you know my understanding from interviews. She's done. The story of that book has that it started as a much more conventionally structured novel and it sort of took her a long time to whittle it down to its really searing form which is a very a fragmented form where you feel like you're getting these absolutely essential bursts of exerience. I think her agent described at once as more like an x Ray than a body which I thought was such such an amazing evocation of how it works and so part of why it caught. Hold I think is that it wasn't it wasn't just very smart about feeling and it had this strong long hard and it's about a infidelity and marriage sort of preparing itself but it also it seemed to find a new language for feeling a new structure for feeling the guy I want to go back to that the fragments Manson the structure for people who've not Reggiani Oval. We should say this. Her books are really short. They're really really short but they are packed and yet they don't feel dense and part of that is due to structure and you use the word fragments. People use the word fragments or fragmentary or cones. Let's talk about a house. She structures these books because it is especially when department speculation came out in two thousand fourteen. It felt very different from what was being written and it felt very very different from the way in which a domestic novel was being written. You know it makes me think a little bit about the way that like Virginia Woolf would describe moments of being you know that somehow we have these moments where it feels like something about experience is intensified or crystallized on. I think Jenny has a real knack for like putting her finger on the pulse of those moment. So maybe it's just an ordinary moment like in this latest novel. where she comes home from the her narrator comes home from feeling this intense panic about climate aamot change and her sons playing minecraft noon? SORTA get like putty off of his fingers. Like it's not in a dramatic sense like it's that's not a huge plot point happening in that moment but she manages manages to find these ways that seemingly insignificant moments if you if you describe them so precisely and locate some kind of feeling what's happening in them quivering inside them. She does justice to it and the way that her books are structured. I don't think there are like us in this weather. There are parts. I can't remember if in Department of Speculation Stephen divided into chapters but it's these single paragraphs are a few paragraphs spaced apart on the page. So not not only. Is it a small book but it actually. I mean you could theoretically sit down and read it in a couple of hours I did. You did theory. You could sit down down and read it very quickly and one of the things that I think people then mistakenly assume is that. Oh you know sort of hastily written you get the cents though once you are reading it that not at all does feel something. That is very much labored over almost like poetry in terms of the precision of the ways in which the things that she's putting into those little sections as you pointed out it's often about the contrast in a given moment between something very granular and domestic and personal and then some larger thought. That's going on or something happening in the greater world. Do you think that was what was is so striking about department of speculation. The fact that she was doing not that she was taking something like a domestic novel. That was you know. Just as you said kind of a story of a Brooklyn Glenn Mother and infidelity and work life balance and these things that so many books are about but infusing in it these larger the issues. I think that's a really good point that so often. What makes these like short bursts? CLO- fuel incandescent our field. Charged is is that they're very granular. But they're also holding some kind of emotional intensity and I think when you're writing about something like infidelity where there's both the danger of somehow telling a story that people feel like they've heard before story that feels intrinsically melodramatic. It can really bring out the humanity of the story to pay attention to the granularity of of like a one scene. That's rising to mind from that novel is like the narrator after a conflict with her husband going to stay at a hotel overnight and and like preying on the carpet of the hotel floor. But it's like it's like that hotel carpeting that holds so much feeling rather than just like the larger obstruction of of infidelity per se. Or something and so I think it is that scale shifting that can happen in a space of a paragraph. Can that happen across the course the whole book. That's also really operative in this latest book. where the skills or even bigger because among other things about climate change is like one of the biggest skills yes yes yeah? Let's talk about weather and let's start start with what it's about even though you know as we think people are probably sensing when you talk about Jenny ovals work. It really isn't about plot. Yeah but what is whether yeah so the narrator of weather is a mother who years ago dropped out of a PhD program and it's working as university librarian and she takes a job job working for her former mentor. Who does a podcast about climate change? where she's answering all the letters that are coming in response to this podcast so there are a few different? There's the kind of plot of her I went to the overhauls narrator to answer my letters to this cast. I'm just kidding. I love answering your letters I would be. I thought you were GonNa even save answer my letters I was like I have a few letters. Live right Yeah I mean you know you have this narrators mother you have her as a wife wife you have her as a a worker and maybe a worker who feels a bit lost in the world. There's also for me. One of the most compelling plot lines in the book is about the narrators relationship with her brother. WHO's a recovering addict? He gets married and then has a a baby and her role in his life and her sort of desperate hope that he can put his life together. Other was a really moving strand among strands for me as well presumably. That's very deliberate. Bringing new life into a world that is in crisis crisis and feels like it's ending and I think that's one of the abiding emotional. Tensions in the book is like the the world is always beginning and ending at once. And maybe maybe there's something about that truism that has felt universal through time but it has a particular acuity now or the world is is it's ending he's send away by these factors that are at work but that dynamic of like yes the world is ending but also you wake up in the morning and you're touching base with your brother overtaxed to make sure he and the baby are doing okay that both of those are real on. Both of those are happening. I think we're seeing a wave of climate fiction and it's taking all of these different forms. Probably a most noticeably post apocalyptic and dystopia although there are also books like Richard powerhouses over story sometimes metaphorical Oracle sometimes very reality based feels different. Though I mean how does this differ from other fiction looking at climate and climate. Change for starters. You don't have that kind of like emotional. Buffer of the post apocalyptic landscape that emotional buffer mailing a strange way to describe a postal puck landscape. But it's like if the apocalypse is happening thing in Brooklyn Public School like that's the stage set for the book it feels more disquieting in certain ways because it's closer to home. It's not like Cormac McCarthy novel where a father and Zahn are like traveling the chart landscape like it's more immediate in that way and I think one of the challenges of writing about climate change is how to take this thing that is essentially on a larger scale than our minds can hold and how to make it a narrative we can hold. There's this moment early on in weather where the narrator is thinking about her son allies elementary school and she says the problem with the school is that it's not a bill on a human scale feels too large for these little children who are going into it and I I think in a way that lays out one of the aesthetic challenges the book right. It's like climate. Change isn't quite on a human scale but narrative is on a human scale. So how do you translate. How does she do it? Part of it has to do with what we're talking about a little bit earlier these questions of sort of scale shifting and simultaneity where you had these big questions of like the end of the world coming up either through the letters that are coming into this podcast or you know this narrator is doing what I think. We all do obsessive googling about lots of things where she's sort. I'm trying to see like how hot is it going to be in New York City and you know when her son is sixty years old or something like that and getting so freaked out by these numbers so you sort of have those larger questions that are always coming up against the interpersonal. TRAUMAS the books. So either it's like the obstruction of like how hot is the World GonNA get comes up up against the body of her actual son. She's imagining at age. Sixty or thinking about like the horsemen of the apocalypse. Coming in comes up against you know coming home ends ends giving the dog. His Lover Frog Toy. You know so the becomes on a human scale because we see a particular human with a particular life a particular brother who's giving bringing new life into the world that all of those abstract questions are hitting all of those granular
US-Mexico Trade Talks: Pence Says Tariffs Still Set for June 10
"Vice President Mike Pence says the United States is encouraged by Mexico's latest proposals. Do head off tariffs by stepping up efforts to halt illegal immigration over the southern border. However, he says, at this point tariffs still are set to take effect on Monday. This president has no higher priority. Than ending the crisis of illegal immigration, that is flooding, our southern border people are being hurt on both sides of the border US and Mexican officials have been holding talks here in Washington. The past two days. Meanwhile, the federal government is opening a new mass facility to hold migrant children in Texas. It's also considering detaining hundreds, more youths on three military bases around the country, adding up to three thousand new beds to the already overtaxed
US-Canada border transfers raise fear of delayed crossings
"It could be a very busy summer along the other US border those who live and work along the northern border of the US as well as fourteen members of congress from seven northern border states are voicing their concerns. They're worried that during the busy summer tourist season the transfer of hundreds of agents to the southern border with Mexico could cause big backups for those trying to get into the US from Canada US customs and border protection is shifting more than seven hundred agents to help out the already overtaxed overwhelmed crossings in the Southland officials up north say that in addition to hampering cross-border travel, these north to south transfers will also affect
U.S. border agents redeployed to handle migrant humanitarian needs
"US customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin michelina says it's part of a busy month fifty five thousand families, including forty thousand children expected to enter the processes month. We are doing everything we can to simply avoid tragedy and a VP facility. Some of these numbers with the types of illnesses. We're seeing at the border I fear that it's just a matter of time NPR's John Burnett. It's in San Antonio, and John we just heard a bunch of numbers which can past us. But how do they feel to the people dealing with them? Well, you know, I've covered immigration in the borderlands for a long time. And I've just never heard this kind of pessimism. From officials before I'm down here talking to a bunch of immigration bigwigs, and they're talking about the unabated crisis. It's unsustainable. Where overwhelmed you heard Commissioner? Kevin McLean and say the breaking point arrived this week. And then those numbers their jaw dropping other on track to arrest one hundred thousand people this month and an inhouse forecast is that if this trend continues it could be as many as one hundred and fifty thousand arrests a month for the next three months when he referred to the possibility of a tragedy in a CB P facility. What is the practical problem? He sees outlining their Steve they're running out of space in border patrol stations up and down the border. Just an L Paso, the border patrol station is two and a half times over capacity. We saw pictures they're locking immigrants and a holding pen under a highway bridge while they wait for processing. And we also learned the border patrol is ready to release thousands of. Immigrants directly to these church-run shelters in the communities, and if they don't have room, they'll be released onto the streets, and what's unusual about this is that is immigration. Cousins enforcement is the agency that's supposed to decide whether to release immigrants not the border patrol, but they're deciding to release them, and because of this fear of a of a tragedy. What does that mean that because there's so many children they wouldn't be taken care of somebody could die in custody. Well, of course, they don't wanna they don't they don't wanna keep them in these Spartan conditions for, you know, more than a couple of days. And so if there's a backup with ice processing, then the border patrol is going to is gonna turn them loose themselves. Is there any way that help can be sent here, right? We know that seven hundred and fifty agents are being reassigned from ports of entry to help these overtax border patrol officers. They've shut down five highway checkpoints around El Paso to redeploy those agents, I've never seen that happen before. And of course, the government is complaining with fewer agents at the ports and at the highway checkpoints that leaves the country more vulnerable to drug and human smugglers. And I'll mention one more the border patrol has now gone once again to the Pentagon to ask for assistance and active duty troops have been stringing concertina wire, and they're not supposed to deal directly with immigrants. Now, the border patrol is saying look, we need hands on help to process these immigrants to take them to hospitals. And so, you know, we need your soldiers to help. So people are being taken away from frontline enforcement to do this processing on the
"overtaxing" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Global six Jeff Wagner WTMJ. So very glad to have you with us. Alright tomorrow is election day. He is not on the ballot. But he casts a very long shadow over Wisconsin politics. We are joined in the studio by the senior Senator from the state of Wisconsin, Ron Johnson Senator good afternoon. We'll Jeff how're you doing? I am. Well, hey, let me ask you this. Did you early voter? You're gonna you're gonna be voting tomorrow. I always absentee vote nowadays. Just because with my schedule. I never quite. Sure. Right. So so you're you're already at your your votes are cast there already. I'm gonna I'm actually I'm looking forward to my wife, and I I do it sometimes but tomorrow morning, we're gonna go out to the polling place that I kind of like that tradition. I'm not a real early proponent quite. Honestly, there's a lot of news. I'd rather do it on election day. But I understand that the ease. And certainly absentee ballots is something that I've taken manager of now Senator I you are obviously you're not on the ballot. But I know you have been travelling extensively around the state you've been talking to a lot of voters. What do you see as the top issue or issues that people are going to be voting on tomorrow? It should be the economy. I think people are, you know, maybe a little complacent taking that for granted and one my messages is don't the didn't just happen. We very sluggish growth growth coming out of very severe recession should have explosive growth, quite honestly. But President Obama was overtaxing. He was over-regulating us trying to punish success every every way possibly could. And so the attitude when Scott Walker came into office Scots are open for business, that's incredibly important add attitude change, where we're going to incentivize we wanna make wiscon-. Listen attractive place for business investment risk taking business expansion job creation. That's exactly what President Trump has done as well. We stopped ending to the regulatory burden. We started reducing it. We have more competitive tax system. So now, we have really remarkable economic results. Three point one percent wage growth, we've had stayed wages now for a decade or two and this is really positive sign record levels of law and employment. But the metric I really look at being businessperson is business investment in the last two years of you by ministration business investment only increased at an average of point six percent on a quarterly basis. I six quarters this ministrations of seven point three percent. That's ten times the business the investment rate, and that's so crucial for ongoing future economic growth. By the way. We are live streaming our conversation with Senator Johnson Facebook dot com slash six twenty WTMJ. And you can you can watch us as well. As listen to us Senator I hear all the things that you're saying about the econ-. Somebody that remembers where for example, the state of Wisconsin's economy was eight years ago have Republicans done a good enough job this election cycle getting that message out. Well, we never do mainly because the mainstream media not going to amplify our message as they do. For example, the big lie that the Democrats are talking about right now. So I mean, the big three issues are the economy the assault on our immigration system. The assault on our border and the big lie that the Democrats are once again telling you, let's face it. President Obama got the two thirds two thousand thirteen politic fact lie the year, if you like your health care plan, if you like your doctor, you keep it, and he's also promising that insurance rates would increase decreased by twenty five hundred dollars per family. Obviously that wasn't true and other following up of the two thousand eighteen lie the year, which is Republicans want to take away your protection priests condition. Nothing could be further from the truth. My daughter has has a congenital, heart defects. Scott. Walker's mother, breast cancer, his wife has diabetes. Every Republican know somebody that has a pre existing condition if they don't have it themselves. That's been long decided we're going to cover people, preexisting, conditions and high cost conditions. The question is how do you do it without having premiums double triple quadruple as having a faulty architecture of ObamaCare? There's ways there's ways of doing it. And that's we're trying to accomplish. But. I want to calm. Everybody down be be put it ease. Republicans are going to protect those individuals with pre existing conditions or high cost conditions now. Of course, the history of what you're describing is sly is the idea that if you would vote to repeal ObamaCare, which does contain coverage for pre existing conditions that automatically means that you're not going to have some alternative, which would take care of that. And that's what you're saying. You just fundamentally untrue. Remember we were talking repeal and replace and so many of us in that replacing listen, we don't want. We're not going to take away insurance coverage that anybody obtained under ObamaCare, and we're certainly not gonna address we're not gonna take away that that protection presenting editions, but we want to do it in a way there's economic rational the faulty architectural Obamacare's. We're literally ObamaCare asked five to six percent of the American population people that pay for their insurance with after tax dollars, which is also unfair but have to purchase insurance of the individual market to bear the full bird..
"overtaxing" Discussed on KTRH
"Zero eight zero. Bottom of this hour it is going to be Eric. Trump is own self, the son of, the president of. The United States also of course with Trump International gonna talk about the economy? We're going to. Talk about his family. When you. Talking about the family name Trump in the. Attacks that it's been under where to talk about the left and how nuts some of these which the, campaign is what to, raise taxes in decrease, jobs you've got incredible jobs numbers they just came out so before we get to Eric let's talk about these jobs numbers. Because it's really kind of amazing that this continues to happen yet, there's still some sort of a question in this country About what it is that Well what it is that the president did or didn't do, until heading into the election what it is that Russia did or didn't do when, it came to the election what. Collusion there was your wasn't we're talking about the press begging for the administration to tell them how great they are something and that they. Deserve, some sort of answer no what you should be talking about the economy And usually the economy's the number one issue when you talk to people in this country. About, what's important to them usually it's the economy Normally, that's where you go oddly it's actually. Immigration right now by a. Little bit. Did leapfrog the economy the economy's way up there you know it's not important to the American people Russia is just not nobody nobody cares Russia is not important. To the American people So. We should stop pretending like it is okay But when it comes to the numbers it actually just. Happened The, pretty amazing another one hundred. Fifty thousand plus jobs. Gained thirty seven thousand more manufacturing jobs, that's a big deal Up over four. Hundred thousand under this president alone why is that, a big deal because again. Remember those jobs left Not coming. Back that's what we were told by then President Obama that nobody's gonna magic wand and that. Guy running for president it's so stupid, immature that he doesn't say Trump's name as if that somehow makes a difference nobody cares whether you save or not but he was. Wrong dead wrong or lying. Like he did many. Times Obama about what was. Going to happen with these manufacturing jobs the are gone for good they. Are coming back there was no magic wand it's just a matter of not overtaxing the American employer when you overtaxed the American employer. Is not going to take the? Head employer, just out employing people Employer's not. Going to take the hit the employer, will just lower wages or stop research and development is stop expansion or stop you know getting more items and products offered in made. We used to have a. Manufacturing economy we don't. Have a manufacturer economy now. Because people like Obama wanted to see it Lee turned into a service. Economy and now through all this global manufacturing our trade deficit is through the nose So here's the story from CNS news very good outlet very good resource going use it manufacturing jobs up, four, hundred thousand hundred Trump. Thirty seven thousand, more in July from Terence, Jeffrey is the writer manufacturing jobs in. The United States increased by thirty seven thousand in July have now increased by four. Hundred thousand since Donald Trump became president already according. To data released today, by the bureau. Of labor statistics manufacturing added thirty-seven thousand jobs in July with most, of the game in the durable goods component said the employment. Report employment rose and transportation equipment thirteen thousand machinery six thousand an electronic instruments two thousand. Over the, past twelve months manufacturing is at three hundred. Twenty seven thousand jobs said the report. In December twenty sixteen the last month before President Trump was inaugurated there were twelve million three hundred fifty one thousand people employed in manufacturing in the United, States in July there were twelve million Seven hundred fifty one thousand and increase of four hundred thousand in June there were twelve million seven hundred fourteen thousand people, employed and manufacturing in the United States that increased by thirty seven thousand twelve million seven hundred fifty thousand employees to, manufacturing, July manufacturing employment in. The United States, peaked in June of nineteen, seventy nine and nineteen thousand five hundred. Fifty three thousand nine hundred million he said five hundred fifty three thousand despite the. Reason games the current level of twelve millions hundred. Fifty one thousand is, six million eight. Hundred two thousand or thirty four point eight percent below that so, what does that mean Does that mean what you've got a lot of making up to do you had. Administration after administration after ministration Since that high number Back in the nineteen seventies you had administration's pushing for some reason to get those manufacturing. Jobs out of here maybe it meant if you get to manufacturing jobs out of there Then somehow will. Will pay our do penance for being successful maybe because of slavery Maybe that It doesn't make a lot of sense other than you can control the people better if they don't have really good, well-paying jobs you can control the people better and pushed them onto the roles of unemployment or welfare, or. Snapper whatever if they don't have good, paying jobs you can't control. The people they're. Busy working, so again June nineteen Seventy-nine under Jimmy Carter as he was ruining the economy that was the all. Time high we've got a long way to. Go to we get back. To that how do you get back? To that how do you make? That happen Will you do that by, continuing the course of lowering. Taxes on corporations. And people, imploring businesses to bring their companies back bring manufacturing back get people back to work and off the. Entitlement roles have people understand that freedom liberty. And equal opportunity exists in. This country take the opportunity through your? Ambition to go and get yours You, just have to put your nose to the grind so listen. You can get all the cliches out you want but you could put your nose, to the grindstone under Jimmy Carter get, nowhere but your, nose grindstone under Barack Obama get nowhere use your drive. Desire and Bisham in real, want to do better for yourself your family. Your community under Obama and Carter and you could get nowhere I would, throw Clinton in there too because he was a democrat as well but he, was smart enough as he was chasing skirts he was smart enough, to know he didn't have the house nor the Senate and, if you, wanted to get anything done he had to work with them And the economy. Did very well under Bill Clinton because again he was smart enough to know. This is how we have to do it he also. Was against illegal immigration he was not a guy that wanted everybody on entitlements, he was okay with people going back to, work in fact he promoted it When you talk about the economy in the numbers that were seeing you won't. See it reported that often as. I said you're not seeing a trend over on on. Social media there's a reason for that you can't. Give this, president his do You can't say this guy's policies, are actually getting, something done you can't do any of that not even. For a second because that. That runs the risk of being honest That runs. The risk of of, being honest and that, might help him, get reelected that might help, the red keep the seats, in the Senate, and the house you can't have that. If you're the media, if your social media if you're Hollywood if you're the music industry if you're. A big sports you have to you have to be negative. On Trump and if you're not, you're going to be shouted down and you're going to be in the doghouse But, I'm always going to be honest with you and President Trump failed your to hear me say it he hasn't he's. Done exactly what he. Said he would do, and he's improved the, economy the economic, outlook for every American black, white Hispanic Asian American Indian, whatever every American, man woman inbetween every American who works. Or who wants to, work has benefited from these policies these policies that make a lot of sense It's really that simple so I spent a lot, of time with Eric Trump, going to hear that interview after the break, I, spent a, lot, of. Time with Eric Trump talking about the economy talking about what the trade deficit talking about what you do. Is there really a trade war with China We talk about the fake news media and their lack of of truthful honest reporting we talk about all of that And. And I think you'll walk away from the conversation and say you know, things really. Are as good as they say Things really aren't, as bad as the left media, is saying perhaps I should look at, my Bank account and my? Pension, and my 401K and I should say to myself am I, better off, under this Senate this house and this president That I was under an, all democrat house Senate and president which we had in this country For, a couple of years under.
"overtaxing" Discussed on KTRH
"To all the rain regret we had to cancel the event with reception the fireworks for freedom overtaxes regret that but the water buffalo bayou is somewhat hat here's diminished investor turner said the high water and eleanor tinsley park made it a hazard for the public people were still able to watch the fireworks on tv other fourth of july celebrations such as the one on galveston island went on as planned harris county precinct one constable our os told our tv partner channel to the they did get some water rescues today rescue but they they did beat progressive vehicle their vehicles in high water the water wasn't coming into their vehicle yet but they south intimidated about getting out into the water so we were able to coax units were grinding around if anybody needed assistance when we would check on cars and a check the cars in charleston sure that nobody was injured or hurt in the vehicles are you know if they needed any help city and county officials called it their first real test since new equipment and new policies were put into place after harvey well no deaths are being reported in today's flooding but that could still change body of a nineteen year old man who had been reported missing has been pulled from the san jacinto river near magnolia gardens park but the harris county sheriff says it's not clear yet if the death is related to the flooding scott credit.
"overtaxing" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Look my worry my fear is i didn't love trumps tax cut bill i wish it had been a lot better just so you know where i'm coming from if i were king of the world there'd be no i r s i'd get rid of the irs maybe we'd have a flat tax but probably not i'd get rid of the federal income tax altogether we'd have a national sales tax so look where i'm concerned man the american people are all over taxed all of us especially small businessmen and women what the republicans pass their tax cut legislation awhile back didn't go nearly far enough so i didn't love it at all wasn't enough and i don't give a damn about the left the argument that it only benefited the rich i got no problem benefiting the rich the rich already pay too much in taxes the re the rich already pay too high a percentage of all tax revenues that go into the federal government so look i'm all about let the rich keep more of their money let the middle class keep more of their money let every american keep more of their money i'm not playing those those class warfare games i don't play those games all americans are overtaxed and whatever any american can do legally to avoid given sam money they should do it legally i said whatever you can do whatever loophole you can find by the way this is the problem right you and me just average americans we we we can't find all of these loopholes you know the wealthy the wealthy they can afford to pay all of their lawyers in their accountants to find every loophole under the sun to minimize their tax liability i get no grudge i don't begrudge them at all i'm just saying average americans they can't afford that so the answer to that is get rid of all the loopholes get rid of all these exceptions get rid of the complexity flat tax get rid of the income tax altogether get rid of the irs who's with me get rid of the irs but that little itty bitty tax bill that the republicans passed earlier this year or was it at the end last year it did put a little bit more money into the pockets of the american people and i think it was the hope of the republicans that that would there'd be a political impact right this year this election year most of the american people would feel that would feel those the advantage of the benefit of those tax cuts and might be more predisposed to vote republican this fall there's no great evidence of that so far but understand trump's tariffs which are nothing but tax increases.
IRS website suffers partial outage on Tax Day
"Irs computers were overtaxed and melted down if the only thing certain in life or death and taxes on tax day paying them was anything but certain a third of all tax payers wait until april defile and many of those who tried to file online today saw this message this services currently unavailable we apologize for any inconvenience at eight forty three this morning the irs email tax professionals about the problem an irs commissioner david carter who was testifying on capitol hill told any credulous congressional committee the website was downs this is game day for the irs and it seems the irs can't get out of the locker room we have backup systems that we're bringing up online social media exploded seriously great day for the irs to have an unplanned outage former irs commissioner john koskinen said smaller glitches had occurred before and it urged congress against cutting funding with continued underfunding it was not a question of whether the system was gonna fail there was just a question of when how bad is it the system it's bad enough when you're running software there was running when john f kennedy was president now congress is considering legislation that would require the irs to modernize it systems a house will actually vote on that tomorrow late this afternoon the irs notified tax professionals that parts of its website we're back up jeff jim crawford thank you very much.
"overtaxing" Discussed on KGO 810
"Just said something that i thought was really important steve which which is that you can get an extension so you don't have to fund it today you can find it potentially up through october that's that's a huge difference for paying last year's taxes the cash in october eighteen to take off your taxes and twenty seventeen i ski this this actually it really is this is a tremendous of information overtaxes but you know that about me i do i do and i do too because look i always wanna learn these little tricks isn't even right word it's it's it's there it's in the code we're all allowed to do it why do we want to pay any more than we have to i agree with that we need to be doing more of this steve having these conversations so i hope to have you back soon we'll we'll work together on this and by the way you're still taking are you still taking new clients before the tax deadline yes we are we are working nights and weekends to get this all through and if you're interested you could call us at eight eight eight taxdeal that's eight eight eight t a x d e a l eight eight eight taxdeal steve moskowitz always love talking to you thank you so much for your time today appreciate we'll catch up against certain things all right steve definitely all right we're going to get some good news i have a really good news story i actually saw it unfold yesterday on twitter central ethic former chilton auto body traffic desk better news for the drive across the richmond san rafael bridge westbound wreck admits fans have been cleared but still pretty solid from about richmond parkway out to just west of the pay gates westbound eighty in the vacaville area near midway a crash still blocking the left hand lane that's why it's back up to pedrick road also a new wreck reported in the peninsula southbound one near university involving motorcycle even though it is on the shoulder it is going to be slow traffic down southbound eight eighty from mission boulevard onto westbound to thirty seven out to i hit remains slow northbound nineteenth avenue in san francisco looks like there might be a crash near sloat has traffic approaching that intersection solid from unit perot sarah and we're back at the eight.
"overtaxing" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Annual boom for dc and i think getting people off of food stamps and and back in the labor force and high paying career jobs and energy and lowering the corporate tax cut is going to incentivize the building of factories manufacturing centres all things we need the forgotten men and women of this country i certainly think the middle class tax cuts were necessary people have been overburdened by government overtaxed by government you know for years they haven't gotten any relief crumbs as danced they don't thousand dollar crumbs from nasr nancy pelosi calls them but all this other spending wet wind we cut i've always been an advocate of the penny plan eliminate baseline budgeting and except in an area like the fence you cut one penny out of every dollar government spends every year for six years and your balance your budget this budget is not going to bounce but when obama was president they sounded a lot more hawkish on on reducing the debt and reducing the deficits anyway eight hundred nine per one sean is our number might so i told you devon newness also this is a big step here i he is now demanding that the fis accord turnover transcripts from hearings that were held to evaluate the fbi and justice departments application for the surveillance warrant i 5 my memory serves me right i do believe in the grassley graham memo that they actually got ahold of the fis worn applications i wonder what point we're going to be able to see how deceptive the people wanting this warrant on an opposition party candidate were the bulk of the argument or the bulk of the evidence they used before the fis a judge was actually the clinton bought and paidfor russian dossier.
"overtaxing" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Oh malcontent it version uh is like you watch them yoga case avery bradley can do his little dribble handoff pull up for a long 2s sometimes a three thing it's smith is this smith he's a wonderful backup was overtaxed as a starter andre drummond can pass from the elbows and you're like she's they don't have anyone who can actually like create real stuff off the dribble consistently other than dan i asked and now feelings onces leaving in the rotation i basis daily johnson is is um uh it is an interesting like someone is going to buy low on stanley johnson at the trade deadline because the pistons are desperate to make the playoffs their desperate to get someone who's not reggie bullock into their starting lineup and so that's that's the sungai graham bragg i'm glad you brought this up because there's two guys that are sitting there and if we've learned anything over the years it's always trade for a top10 lottery guy who's in the wrong situation he's stanley janssen's one and i do think he's had some defense rebounding moments this season and there's eason unbelievable at ages she but eased what does he 21 that somebody i'd roll the dice with the other one is winslow whose is just has gone wrong from day one for him in miami any got hurt last year and now the he's e clearly somebody that they would throw into a deal and i don't know if i was a gm i would just have a a chart with all the under 25 lottery guys are made it look at the latest one was a a depot in that was one that all of us were like oh my god twenty million earful a depot that's awful and meanwhile the guy was 24 and was the second pick in the draft and that's the kind of guy you should be targeting yeah i mean stanley johnson is just he's sean enough i it's almost not even secondary playmaking but like attacker close out when someone is dumb enough to close out on him and like quick dribble make a nice little interior like okay that it that alone with his package of size and positional versatility like if at the right price on by.
"overtaxing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Wanted to do what has she question of we have i respond to that one sure thank you so revenues a percentage of gdp is at the historic norm is where where it has been since the end of world war two that's the answer congressman nieto's ranking democrat in the ways and means committee but russia that we're not over ties you're not being overtaxed government is not overspending i mean the point that you with your offering it is mr sessions correctly noted earlier and mr kohl logan is well it is about fixed costs the government has nick basically about defence social security medicare medicaid that's pretty much in debt service which is about six percent right now so we're right i've asked this question repeatedly of treasury another you've got to turn a microphone i don't want we are i've asked that question recently so the we've really argued in america now for the better part of the postwar norm as to whether or not wsb twenty cents on the dollar about eighteen cents on the dollar so at the end of the bush years it was at fifteen cents on the dollar that was given recession to wars in borrowed money for the cost of the wars and then during the clinton years when the economy took off because revenue went through the roof because of job creation we actually hit almost twenty cents on the dollar so those are difficult questions based upon the particular time midst which are recessed why i look forward to a german brady's vision coming true and seeing more revenue as a result of this great tax plan in a hoped to visit with you about that but my question to you sir is uh you indicated something that i want to clarify this 'cause i know you are an honest person on i know you wanna clarify this for the american public you indicated that because we have eight rates in this bill as opposed to seven race which we currently have in the tax code for individuals that somehow that makes it a less simple are more common less simple wealth at dhaka's let's be honest um if you wanted the conversation if we doubled the standard adoption we are simplifying the tax code for many americans who don't have to go in an item on that's correct okay by that but the final is also correct and that is that the plan was advertised solely.
"overtaxing" Discussed on WLOB
"But they've been overtaxed and overregulated and now this president is there to help them let me tell you something the democrats and it's just it's a disappointment the democrats i basically spent one year they basically wasted all of two thousand seventeen talking about two thousand say the two thousand sixteen election and the 2020 elections it really is remarkable to me if you can tell me what they've done you the jeopardy clock that uh there are no accomplishments nothing because obstruct resist no stop this issue change that donkey to a stop side as their party symbol because that's what they've done an entire this is appointing to me i grew up you know i got lots of democratic friends and relatives we all do and colleagues what are they stand force it seriously what are that what is the modern democratic party sanford since pulled so far to the left that you can't even recognize it's being run by folks who are are just always angry and always resisting and now we won't compromise you want negotiation on certain things the question as to why the tax plan wasn't passed a bipartisan basis is a question for the democrats out the republicans the president said he wants democratic support a number of measures on immigration on infrastructure on taxes he said that we are they we're we're going to leave with kellyanne shut down the government for parties input petty political purposes that's for sure so you see how though the military the funding they need and deserve thank you kellyanne kellyanne conway yeah very merry merry merry kellyanne conway eight three three eight five two four eight six six your thoughts on everything she had to say jerusalem uh the the tax plan the the the details we'll be back after the break on the trump should lucia exit differing take on the day's events.
"overtaxing" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Percent and today the middle class makes just about the same takehome pay as it did in 1990 when we all worry about income disparity in the gulf between the rich and the poor in this country this is the law the problem the american middle class is smaller and has not had a raise in thirty years how could this happen it has everything to do with a bloated overregulating overtaxing federal government a government that sucks the out of the economy is our companies are innovators and job creators out of our country to survive trump folks it doesn't matter that we have a high business tax rate in the world that's why our companies left they say those jobs aren't coming back why say the outdated tax code is an anchor around the neck of our businesses are innovators and the american middle class i say the american worker can compete with anyone on a level playing field if we just get government off their back since january we've been working to correct that we may dramatic steps in reducing regulation you can already see the economic lift today we undertake a tax cut which will restore economic growth but more take home pay in the pockets of hardworking americans and restore opportunity for a generation of americans it will bring american jobs back it will go are mayor of our middle class and finally after thirty years by our middle class will get the pay raise it deserves if you really wish to garcon you should vote for this bill if you really wish to give the middle class will pay raise you should vote for the bill if you really wish to reduce income disparity you should vote for this bill if you really wish to give hope to americans who give it up and left the workforce and reduce crime than addiction in this country you should vote for this bill if you want america to have the economics to remain a force of peace and stability in the world you should vote for this bill and finally if you truly believe what thomas jefferson said two hundred and four years ago that all men are created equal and that they are entitled to pursue their own unhappiness you should vote for this bill a you'll by advise of both sides of the time remaining a debate twenty six and three quarters for the.
"overtaxing" Discussed on KELO
"Already overtaxed data california what is ironic years that jerry brown who just a week ago a twoweek go demanded that all the illegal aliens in the state be protected by some stupid laws called making sanctuary state the whole stay right now he's begging donald trump demanding spit on foot ten straight months ten months he spits on donald trump ten months jerry brown kicks donald trump in the face for ten months jerry brown mox donald trump for ten months donald trump tells brown tells trump the drop down and go to hell now he's begging him for federal aid i don't think the federal government will give him a dime and what is going to happen is at the state of california is going to demand more taxes from those of us in the state who actually produce things and work for a living at our taxes will go up i don't know if you know how high they are in this criminal gangster state of mind i pay thirteen percent state tax on top at thirty nine percent federal tax and no one can take this anymore i am not a a man who owns facebook i don't on microsoft i don't have the double triple irish i derive every trick in the book right take a small salary and let the company pay for everything else and live like a billionaire it's it's criminal is killing us what's going to happen is the productive sort of the california one of leaving all he's going to have left the illegal aliens and then what is he going to live what's it what are they gonna live on when the illegal aliens the only one left in the state so we can talk about that if you want i know it's not a big story to most people have still weinstein now it's as the uk police have launched investigations they don't investigate themselves better let's see what else i have for you us and israel to quit unesco megan kelly today continues the crash in burn when signal cuts out mid interviewed it seems like an early and earlier television show in new york the ninety relief early 50s i remember watching television in the early 50s my friend allan obvious like to watch tv shows laid a nice there was especially as spanish language show call the.
"overtaxing" Discussed on WLOB
"Be a taxraising this already overtaxed data california what is ironic years that jerry brown who just a week ago a too weeks ago demanded that all the illegal aliens in the state be protected by some stupid laws cold making sanctuary state the whole state right now he's begging donald trump demanding spit on for ten straight months ten months he spits on donald trump ten months jerry brown kicks donald trump in the face for ten months jerry brown mox donald trump but ten months donald trump tells the at brown tells trump the dropped and go to hell now he's begging him for federal aid i don't think the federal government will give him a dime and what is going to happen is at the state of california is going to demand more taxes from those of us in the state who actually produce things and work for a living at our taxes will go up i don't know if you know how high they are in this criminal gangster state of mine i pay thirteen percent state tax on top with thirty nine percent federal tax and no one can take this anymore i am not a man who owns facebook i don't on microsoft i don't have the double triple irish i derive every trick in the book right take a small salary and let the company pay for everything else and live like a billionaire it's it's criminal is killing us what's going to happen is they productive citizens of california to of believing always going to have left the illegal guns and then what is he going to live what's it what are they gonna live on when the illegal aliens the only one left in the state so we can talk about that if you want i know it's not a big story to most people it still weinstein now it's as the uk police have launched investigations they don't investigate themselves better let's see what else i have for you us and israel to quit unesco megan kelly today continues to crash in burn when signal cuts out mid interviewed it seems like an early and earlier television show in new york.
"overtaxing" Discussed on FM NewsTalk
"For new york's overspending and overtaxing about ready to go away absolutely john i got about a minute or so left why is i've been i've been reading a lot about the plank in the plan to the president's plan in the co in congress has planned we've been talking about the repatriation bringing money back home from american companies that they parked overseas because of everything you've on i talked about that's been bad for them to have that those investments here what with that due to our economy if we could bring that money back home and not punish corporations for doing so i mean it's on believable what that would do for economic growth in terms of what companies would do here either paid out in terms of dividend to people who are shareholders and 401 k holder it means that they would innovate and create new products and goods and services within their companies which will of course benefit all those uh or at me they could be paying their employees more and we could be a real wages go up real average incomes go up which is something that we have not seen as you pointed out even before barack obama took office for that horrible eight years of locked growth opportunity so two to three trillion parked overseas almost simply for tax reason and it is a very important that we bring it back now that be heading up that eating or corporate business tax under control so those dollars will not go overseas in the future tax cuts now means prosperity for all americans johnathan williams has laid that up very well for this johnson's exit thank you so much for spending time with us on a good evening i know i'm going to see you soon my friend take take care and keep up the good work eight thank you be civil caesar that was jonathan williams the chief economist for the american legislative exchange council he's at alec dot org he's at tax economist on twitter tim jones here on the tim jones show fm news talk seven we've got jeff roared off this is manager for the st louis police officers yashin next in a talk a little stockily verdict and aftermath keep the writer of a new start nice of one to tim jones y'all stop the handling out there who's got a hammer hammering hammering newstalk.
"overtaxing" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And the president put a plan on the table well he centralist started with a blank piece of paper at work up to three levels the rates that he quote it to simplify the tax code but the baruch rest like to start from the eightythousandpage top of the tax code that's what they are doing now at planning all of their attacks the help preserve their sweet little thing emoji that helps their calls that industry their business or whatever so that's what's happening now and the more details that come out about the president's tax plan proposal the more they find an opportunity to pick out something to nitpick is never about the overall who'll plan as always about something to knit pick for example chuck schumer minority leader in the senate from new york city in a what he nicked picking about the fact that the proposal is going to eliminate the deductions for state taxes and claims that new york california new jersey pennsylvania eleanor maryland a gonna be clouded he says is a tax break for the wealthy that will hurt others by removing deductions for state and local tara forty or fifty republican congressman from welltodo suburban districts in high tax states new york gala four near new jersey pennsylvania illinois maryland whose constituents will be clobbered by removing state and local deductibility clobbered see what a me no matter what they wanna do the democrats are gonna drive the fan a talking point to talk against it to talk it down to discourage them from doing it they're not going to be clobbered too it's going to help those of us who are not in those overtaxed states and when it helps the ever about in those overtaxed states hep yet when it helps all of us by removing those deductions that's when we are on our way to a better america better america let us differences abidi and vine a new loyalty rudy deeply guns repairman james connected unfiltered perspective every day of that america let's start with the hit job that was put on health and human services secretary tom price now dr tom price has voluntarily said okay in order to make this a nonissue i will reimburse the government almost fifty two thousand dollars if that would make you echo packers happy because you see it wasn't in asia with me and all they talk about all the.
"overtaxing" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"That governments in action licking expropriate they can't expropriate people think of something like hong kong why is it that it's so difficult to tax people long there are no natural resources there if you overtaxed with people there they moved this is the only looking at in in a source of optimism well and in fact i just realized john in the middle of this conversation the while we're talking about amazon ilan muscat his battery factory or uneven earlier example of that there is a guy who's very tied to technology and yet where did he put his battery factory the dow was w tell me that our nevada yeah it was know as reno but remember for marino to silicon valley is one little plane hop me again and think about were what nevada offers in the way of taxes and regulation a whole lot less pressure than california does so you know and and his transportation gets easier and easier you wonder how many other companies are going to say why do we need to keep beating ourselves up by being an environment where the government just loves to take us to the cleaners hold that tour gets really really interesting if we can look in little more gibson's distant future during speaking of eu on last bring bringing up he is trying to develop this hydro loop technology literally someone could be living in powell out so i'm or some living in nevada and make again powell ow also in a matter of minutes think about what that forces states to do the people at this point live in the valve they could it could go it could migrate low tax jerry's and then commute to work on a daily basis the she's going to force send them aging changes i i think it's reminder that people chew often get pessimistic about the present if you look throughout history going on good progress there had been stubbed out throughout their of getting glitch airs look at all the wars the 20th century think getting better in this mobility that we're talking about a cruised the freedom that is the constant being with shows like yours and books that i right trump equal i think are going to be more and more free in the future not less in that is a.
"overtaxing" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"overtaxing" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"The climate and california is somehow we've turned on the taxpayer and i started with the cops and speed traps and it started with overtaxing everything and now somehow felons and the homeless are heroes and the guys who are holding down the fort pain all the taxes doing whatever it's actually trickled down it it started is rich weidi like these guys use rich guys who are paying almost all the taxes they became public enemy number one now just anybody who's know paying or hacked is raising their kids getting their cars leonid what it is squeezed a little more yes and the credit dislike lots of stuff where it's like well you know enough you're you know there's things like we don't impound your car or any more if you don't have a driver's license and are here illegally and stuff we used to impound the car announce a guys guys get to work the next day that they're not paying taxes on but anyway i i was watching tv the other week and the about a week or so ago where just sitting on it um i'll tell you guys first about hulu and then i'll play a clip that made me um almost stand up in in cheer new look and experience more personalised more intuitive creep up our sorry crate up different work great up to six profiles including a kids moan originals like the hand mainsail again alan alda's favored rent current tv uh the day after it airs like a kimmel good friend jimmy kimmel course and if that much today after 'cause airs you know the middle of the night just hop get up in the morning watch fresh kimmel that fresh baked kimmel that more full seasons a shows like fargo an entire series of classics like seinfeld new option you can add lie live tv just thirty nine ninety nine a month includes a limited commercials.