17 Burst results for "Richard Burns"

"richard burns" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"richard burns" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Our Christmas tree barbarous family says he was out for a jog February twenty third but sixty four year old Gregory Nick Michels Edison Travis told police our brief was a burglar and chase stem cell phone video shows the final confrontation between our brief and sixty four year old Gregory and his son Travis Michael both now face murder charges complete shock I've never been involved in anything like that before William Roddy Brian recorded it and spoke out for the first time this weekend to our Jacksonville affiliate W. J. A. X. his attorney Kevin Gough says Brian had no part in the incident but in the February twenty third police report Gregory McMichael told police Roddy attempted to block him which was unsuccessful and Tony Lee Merritt represents our breeze mother do you believe William Ryan when he says he was not part of the it's no William Bryan has some very serious questions to answer no I don't buy his score or more of your frock at CBS news Dallas in the era of social distancing now there's a robot dog patrolling parks reminding people to stay apart Singapore is deploying a yellow and black canine robot name Spock for your own safety and for the rest of Roundy's one meter apart thank you that spot broadcasting a pre recorded message and reminding park visitors to maintain distance over the weekend the four legged robot is made by U. S. based Boston dynamics and it's fitted with cameras that will scan the surroundings and health officials estimate the number of people gathering in parks it's two fifty Leri Kaski previews the market retail inflation was probably a no show in April economists are forecasting a nearly one percent decline in the government's consumer price index for March oil prices briefly fell below zero last month a reading on small business optimism is also on the way this morning with a sharp decline expected deputy chief investment officer dances okay at Richard burns Steen things optimism about economic recovery is over done every piece of data that you look at it's still telling you that things are getting worse here and I think that that's going to continue for some time so your pricing in its path recovery already seems a little bit premature stocks are coming off a mixed session the nasdaq gained nearly three quarters of one percent the Dow ended lower vitamin seller GNC may be the next major retailer to file for bankruptcy it's looking at the possibility.

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"richard burns" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"richard burns" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"A microphone when you're a passenger on a plane because without the headsets it's very very noisy and a helicopter even the very good helicopters like the ones he was riding well I know you got to go in a second here because you're in a taxi going from point a to point B. in DC but back to impeachment today you'll be there this is the second day of the trump legal team presenting their case although some would say this is really a kind of day one because of many people on Saturday probably weren't tune into this so this is the first time that they'll be in front of the bigger audience well there's a push now I'm in a tunnel so if I lose you I apologize I'm gonna tell right near the capitol building but it's got me interested in how all these information coming out regarding Bolton now impacts the debate today and so we're gonna be right the middle of it will give you an update report tomorrow morning live myself and my good friend Henry hit new we're gonna simulcasting between eight and nine between our station in the Greenville North Carolina station so we hope to have some major gassed and we'll give you a kind of a summary of what we see on the floor which you can't see on TV because TV only shows the speakers it does not show how many people are sticking around or the conversations of the rolling their eyes and behind the scenes so hopefully I'll give you some perception of what's happening behind the scenes and that's one thing we try to do on the show absolutely you can tell us whether Richard burns wearing socks tomorrow or today I should we already know that it yeah right Hey this is been a big time special guest on the show here Pat McCrory has been our guest on the Pat McCurry show live from DC so tomorrow will you'll be live from DC again and talk about what happens this afternoon have fun we'll talk to you then you take care bye thanks for fill in and and I heard the ratings are spectacular today with me being gone that yeah I'm so sick of both Thompson yeah.

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"richard burns" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"We was like, you know, like hundred bucks two hundred bucks in gas for us to go out and drive the, you know the yacht. Like he said, he said, if I wanted to buy buy gas, we can take some shutouts Gary. But I'd like to boats are really fun. Let's see. Wish bowed the nineteen Eighty-three launch show three, seven group b. two hundred and eighty horsepower spec is the best rear wheel drive car in the world. Okay, sure. Thanks. I don't know. I've never driven one, but in Forza horizon. It was one of my favorite cars. Any other rear will on on loose surface in Ford's a horizon. The oath three, seven was a lovely car to drive. So that's the, I think. I know I got some inch drove one of those New Zealand. Did he actually he made a video with one to drive, did their dope someone out there. We went to fish do thing with Jay Leno up there and they had a perfect. Oh three. There. Up there? Yeah, you've seen it so fire. That's one good reason to go. If you're a rally fan fish, it's the best. It's so much fun, so fun. It's so beautiful. It's in the perfect part of the country for this kind of thing. They have all wheel drive rear wheel drive. Cars is what I did. Right. Yeah, they just put it like a skid plate and like rally wheels. Awesome. I got to race. Jay Leno up there. We were doing wheel-to-wheel on stage about wheel-to-wheel, and then we did wheel-to-wheel with a pursuit systems crane on mud tires in mud, and they were mobbing with the crane that it was for Janus for this season Jalen garage. When's that come out? I don't know. CNBC won the TV one at a great day. Leto is great. It was so fun and dirt fish is the best place ever. Do you remember who you were talking to fish, like any of the guys? I know most of them, they're like, trying like word is there maybe that's not going to be good radio. So, but. A fucking amazing. Galley Colletti owner of the place. There's Richard Burns cars in there. There's McCray card. There's. Yeah. Two hundred Yvo too. Eight hundred horsepower. Mexico. He's got all all the good rally cars up there, and it's great anytime of the year because like if it's wet, like that's better like, but leno's drove the b. r. z. and I drove an STI. Oh, it was great. I, yeah, it was. It was. It was such a fun day. We're just it was. It was raining. So the whole course mud and it was we had a, we had one. I hope it makes the show..

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"richard burns" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm maureen lagging you're hanging with lying in here on king jail on this sunday night my special guest co host richard burns today baby you know we've been talking about this wonderful woman alexandria oh cossio cortez who won the primary for congress in the bronx and queens and that district twenty eight years old you upset emily's list is an organization since nineteen thousand hundred five that has been supporting women to get them into office giving them a platform giving them the tools the understanding and the numbers of women who would sign up for their help has increased dramatically i will let my next guest tell you how so her name is kristen hernandez she is the campaign communications manager for emily's list thanks for being with me tonight kristen thanks for having me worrying happy to be here yeah i'm glad you're here because i'm so excited about the win of ocasio cortez so you tell me were you surprised by her victory and what do you think that means nationally i mean i think i i with all a lot of democrats i think we were all a bit depri emily's list were always really excited when more prejudice democratic women win their races so it's exciting that she's not only a young candidate who's representative or per community but that she's running on issues that are really important to her community and it's that's the kind of thing that we really encouraging like to see in candidates is that they're they're part of their communities and they know that they'll be able to represent them when elected topic she calls herself democratic socialist and anytime you put the word socialist in a sentence people who run for the hills and you know i have spoken with fellow who used to work in the health insurance field as a communications person and he said they put that word out purposely and attached it to healthcare so people would run for their lives the opposite way against their best interest and when i hear somebody like alexandria talk about democratic socialism it sounds very much what my father a working class blue collar guy from the south bronx who was a garbage man for twenty something years those were the democratic things he wanted back in the sixties and seventies that's what the democratic party used to be about it seems to me so i'm not sure what the differences between a true democrat and the democratic socialists can you explain that well i'm i'm not sure we have a definition of that either i mean we're we're focused on electing pro choice democratic lemme so we would we're looking forward to talking to alexandria and hopefully maybe working with her and so i think that we're we're less concerned about the labels but more concerned about the issues that the candidates are running on and on the policies that they'll be supporting an office so whether that means they're a democratic socialist or a democrat or even a random mother new party that may spring up i think we're most concerned about the issues that they're running on see that's the thing too because i agree with the issues that she's focused on and i think many people are today many and that's why you're seeing all these protesters and what have you i worry about her the label hurting her unfortunately because it has a negative connotation unfortunately too many on but let's see let's wait and see what happens i i really think she's going to go far i think she's.

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"richard burns" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thanks worldleading i guess that's a no hazard house speaker paul ryan on capitol hill earlier today is weekly briefing with reporters the houses continuing to work on the farm bill a five year package setting food and palm farm policy eight hundred sixty eight billion dollars right now they're considering the rules for debate for another set of amendments to be offered you can follow that on the free span radio app the senate meanwhile is considering the nomination gina hospital to be cia director of the intelligence committee approved her nomination yesterday ten to five and now it's on the floor here is the statement of the ranking democrat on the committee vice chair action the committee mark warner he'll be followed by the chair richard burns senator warner first hibbitt torture and prohibit any interrogation techniques not authorized by the us army field manual that's why i voted to both approve and to declassify the senate intelligence committee's extensive study of the program i strongly believe that we as americans have a duty to look squarely at our mistakes and do not sweep them under the rug but to learn from them and the future do better nor do i believe that we can excuse torture or the way in which the detainees no matter who they were or what crimes they were guilty of were treated we are better than that and we need a director who will ensure in an ironclad way that we will never return to those days that we will follow the law as an active by congress this is why i pushed miss asshole in our hearings in our private meetings on this very point haswell wrote and i quote with the benefit.

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"richard burns" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on WJR 760

"High seventy two from the weather channel i'm scott lawrimore news talk seven sixty wjr we've got cloudy skies but nothing's falling from them thank goodness and we got fifty one degrees downtown this is the guy gordon show on news talk seven sixty wjr so the law permits if you read it narrowly those with a cpa licensed to cure their guns in schools it's it's a loophole it's in the statute and they can do it as long as they open carry obviously that presents a dilemma for school systems but these gun bans the folks at our second amendment offenders say schools aren't local units of government they cannot make law in by initiating these bands they're creating law the other side says no these are permitted policies we have all kinds of policies that rain in people's rights and this is one of those instances richard bernstein is one of the justices and you probably know him well richard burns she says that's fine we can argue these things in an in the abstract about whether or not schools are local units of government we can argue about whether or not you carry openly or whether this epl folks are exempt but he says it's a practical application howard districts supposed to react to this if an individual comes on campus with a weapon the school is going to initiate immediate emergency procedures how do you how would you remedy that or how what would you want the schools to do under this health and safety situation if this court were to rule in your favor you're is what's the practical application here if we rule in your favor let's say the law is on your side where does that leave our schools because you could have people walking with guns and after parkland someone walking in with a gun doesn't that initiate a lockout shouldn't it initiate a lockdown dean green blat is an attorney for michigan gun owners and he said.

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"richard burns" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Did the john bolton thing yes the distract from the stormy daniels but he did she hated the stormy daniels thing to distract from the hr mcmaster thing and he did the hr mcmaster things that distract from the character thing and he did brilliant maybe maybe he's just governing and he's not really worried about what msnbc thinks he's gonna distract from next say what i do hope rachel guests tacos though well she had to buy them herself yeah actually hoping that she had to buy the tacos but she's done that right when we continue she's long gone but she's making a little bit of a comeback melissa harris perry richard burns to say what coming up oh this one is dynamite you're gonna love this one right after traffic weather in the news i've twenty eight bobby g what's up couple of trouble spots this report sponsored by the detox and treatment help line northbound eubanks south of montgomery still have that crash earlier two left lanes still blocked northbound twentyfive from eastbound westbound flyover from i forty the right lane still blocked right there were to merge it's almost cleared out of your way it looks like probably maybe another five to ten minutes but still causing a little bit of congestion and you still have the closure on one to bow between comanche in montgomery do that accident earlier this morning because of that.

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"richard burns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Strong we we think that thing the stock markets are likely to move higher and yes let's by the dip as at marker so likely to move higher because they believe in corporate earnings growth essentially partly tax reform partly just a strong economic indicators in the us economy are still lots of positive signs and you know i'm generalising mostly about the us but there's been grow but a lot of global growth and on categorizes as folks like felipe laffont for example who's who's really stuck to a long book of techheavy names he is an attack focused hedge fund manager but his method of of hedging his book has been to by lots of plots so if the market turns all of a sudden he he can make a lot of money on options and then kind of comeback but not banat diminishes his longterm holdings of stocks like like apple like a facebook twitter the socalled fang stocks right yeah and i'd say that there are there are plenty of folks like this the that believe that there are really positive signs in the economy leader the second camp the by some stuff camp is this is the can't that that typically once values stocks to come back i'm talking david einhorn i think richard burns he made some comments to this effect as well and really the idea here being that growth stocks have outpaced value stocks were very long time and that eventually you have to come to a point where the the high the high value strong fundamentals making a profit sox are argh are going to catch up to two growth stocks.

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"richard burns" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on WLOB

"The top of the hour it's tuesday february 13th forecast sunny with highs in the upper 20s here's what's happening choi murphy's olympic journey ended monday morning in the first round of finals in the men's moguls while emily sweeny is qwest continues on murphy the twenty five year old from bethel finished 17th in the first round with a score of seventy two seventy two the top twelve finishers advanced to the second round of finals monday morning at the phoenix snow park sweeney the 24yearold born in portland who lived in foul meth before moving to connecticut was in fifteen th place after the first two runs in the women's lou bush the women's luge continues today a former union official at bath iron works was sentenced monday in federal court to eighteen months in prison and over two hundred eighty thousand dollars in restitution after pleading guilty to a bestselling that amount from local s six of the machinists union the shipyards largest union brian jones age thirty five of bid aford told us district court justice george sin gall on monday that he was sorry for his actions and offered his deepest sympathies jones pleaded guilty on september six to a single count of embezzlement of union funds between may of 20 twelve and november of 2016 his attorney richard burns told the court that jones used the money to help feed his partners opioid addiction jones must report for his sentence on march fourteen the old or should reach fire department is purchasing more than a dozen new ballistic pests worth about twenty four thousand dollars the vests are being paid for through a grant provided by a national restaurant chain.

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"richard burns" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Race every single cliche i can think of from you know the breaking of horses to the train robberies to the two guys facing each other in the street the mysterious loaner godless also has things you won't find an classic westerns like a town run by women because the men died in a mining disaster a lesbian couple and an interracial romance frank also wrote the screenplay is for get shorty an out of sight first news live from npr news in washington on lakshmi sang the evening commute a new york city's getting into full swing with the unsettling events of the morning very much present in the minds of law enforcement anc commuters a man tried to carry out a suicide attack during morning rush hour near times square there was an explosion but to the relief of authorities the only person seriously hurt was the alleged bomber and pierce quote lawrence has the latest the 27yearold suspect came to the us from bangladesh in two thousand eleven on the family immigrant visa police say he strapped a low tech homemade bomb to his body and detonated in a tunnel at new york's port authority bus terminal as the morning rush hour began the explosion which was caught on surveillance video caused only minor injuries to three bystanders headaches and bringing ears but the bombers so richard burns and lesser rations police arrested him and took him to bellevue hospital officials urged new york city residents to be vigilant and watch out for suspicious activity but also to get back to their daily routine despite a snarl of bus and train delays after the attack city officials are reporting that mass transit is already back to normal quote lawrence npr news new york transgender individuals will be allowed to enlist in the us military starting near stay the pentagon which has already said transgender individuals already any armed services may remain active announce its decision today apparently in contradiction to president trump's previous sorted of bar all transgender people from.

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"richard burns" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Could cut cervical cancer risk and require few tests starting next month women in eyes will stop getting a passenger every two years instead will get a new cervical screening every five unlike the smear test which looks for abnormal changes in several cosell's cells that can lead to cancer the hpv test detects he sexually transmitted papilloma virus that causes over ninety nine percent of these abnormal teas in the first place the new test is expected to reduce the cancer risk by twenty two percent because it attacks the disease at an earlier stage women and the us can pay to have the new tests but no organiz screening program exists gylys later kfi news for new could say okay to another drug the california silas i've been legalisation initiative would decriminalized possession of magic mushrooms but not everyone's on board dr michael levin is an emergency medicine professor and runs a toxicology division at usc he says side effects of mushrooms are dangerous we could ever have got to get out walking supporters of the initiative say like marijuana legalizing mushrooms can produce law enforcement costs and pump millions into the state in taxes monica rex kfi news terrorism charges have been filed in the deadly truck attack in new york city but fbi assistant director williams we need says the investigation into saifullah's i've hobbs actions is just getting started we will continue to employ all investigative techniques necessary to fully understand his social network and on earth his motivations rush assured we will not stop until everywhere swede has been covered sweeney also says authorities have called off the search for a friend of saipa believed he had information but we are not looking for the individual any longer court documents i plan to continue the attack by killing more people at a second location the brooklyn bridge the senate intelligence committee has met with reps from facebook twitter and google to discuss social media is part in last year's election senator richard burns chair of the committee who says it's not about who won or lost this kind of national security owner represents an unacceptable risk and your companies have a responsibility to reduce that boehner ability the committee released dozens of facebook ads linked to russia lawmakers said they were meant to poke hot button social issues and sway public opinion and ninety eight.

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"richard burns" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Airline company jet blue says hurricanes have been costly to the carrier the airline saying the cancellations reschedulings and delays caused by hurricanes it had florida and the caribbean will result in more than one hundred million dollars in lost revenues for the airline walsh will cut into profits and botha third quarter and final quarter of the year jetblue says hurricanes armor and maria cut third quarter operating income by thirty to thirty five million number reduce the current quarter income by fifty to seventy million dollars a former foreign policy advisor to the trump campaign is told congressional investigators he will not cooperate with their probe into russian interference in last year's election npr's ryan lucas has that story carter page told the senate intelligence committee that he would not agree to its request to appear before the panel is part of its russia investigation according to a source familiar with the matter paid said he would plead the fifth if he were called in to testify the fifth amendment protects against selfincrimination the committee's leaders republican richard burned democrat mark warner have threatened to subpoena potential witnesses who refused to appear voluntarily pages come under public scrutiny because of trips he made to moscow in 2016 and reports that he met with senior russian officials during those visits the trump campaign distance itself from paid shortly thereafter page has denied the allegations or any wrongdoing he says he has been the target of a smear campaign ryan lucas npr news washington for the first time in history the boy scout say girls will be welcome starting with a new program next year that would allow grows into the cub scouts so also establishing a programme would allow older girls to reach the coveted rank of eagle scout.

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"richard burns" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on WGTK

"Tonight if you are please call us in all seriousness that it is a big deal that's why everybody's trying to figure out where he is more news of who he is that kind of stuff because the intelligence agencies especially the cia and the fbi they took that document pretty seriously enough to keep it from the public the report released last month on all the whole russia meddling stuff yes so that dossier is again a thorn in the side of the presidency and this all these claims about about what was happening during the election but here's the thing in january even james clapper who was the director of national intelligence agents at the time he said us spy agencies hadn't made any judgement that the information in the document was reliable so they made sure they said that and they didn't divulge very much now more on the other hand there saying he's using this as the roadmap for the whole investigation so this is it he's got this out he's looking through this coming through it this is what the hunt has been about so this is a big deal this is a huge deal and remember trump has slammed the moscow investigation has a witchhunt because we're russia's were heatedly denied any meddling in the election and then again trump saying it's a witch hunt steel did not meet with congressional investigators in the whole russia probe with the senate intelligence committee chair richard burns her from north carolina is you know out of his mind i understand expressing massive frustration that he's rejected the request to meet with the panel they won't do it so there investigating this huge russian network of an interference and they can't they have to nail down the credibility is how i mean how can the committee let's be honest really decide the credibility of this dossier without understanding things like who paid for it in frights doesn't that makes sense of course it makes sense and the this is tied to the drum they're not responding two and knee thing i mean they're not they're not responding to anything all right let's go to dan whose listening to us i believe in the great state of texas hi dan oh k k i got whom information for your door theory was put four two uh trump uh in the early days when he did want to listen to what the.

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"richard burns" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From abc news i'm todd at new details emerging about what steven paddock was doing in the days before sunday's match shooting in las vegas police revealing he rented a room overlooking another music festival a week earlier paddock may have considered it as a potential target visiting other locations fits win what appears to have happened win the mandalay bay because the ogden locate that he had visited was during the period when his girlfriend had left so if he won her away this was within that timeframe and it is the potential that he was gonna make that attack during that period of time and maybe something socked him you know whatever it was security it wasn't a big enough target abc news consultant and former fbi special agent steve gomez clark county sheriff joseph lombardo on the security guard who campos who first reached the suspects room and was shot he remained with our officers provided key pass to access the door and actually continued to help them clear rooms until are also demanded that he goes seek medical attention lombardo also lowering the number of injured two four hundred eighty nine for your americans were killed two others wounded in an ambush on a joint patrols with nigerian troops along the border with mali in an area that has no dri operated by al qaeda the two leaders of the senate intelligence committee say there are still looking into possible collusion with russia during last year's presidential election the top to you members of the committee reiterated that no vote totals were affected by russian interference but senators richard burr and mark warner say russian's hacked into political files tried to test vulnerabilities of state electoral systems and you social media to buy ads increase fake account to influence the election senator richard burns miti continues to look into all evidence to see if there was any hint of collusion he says that committee hasn't yet made a determination about possible collusion janine norman abc news capitol hill this is abc news.

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"richard burns" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Cameron a verdict of dave wilson is this song of the day and his shirt of the day what was he predicted something matvey rotella wirachai going go with something to mark the anniversary of the of the epa suiting of the abbey road album which appeared on this day the cover for the cover for them the most iconic photo of on an album of all time true arguably arguing with of course is that i've had my picture taken on heavy road c ever that's worth as as an owner yes this is true anyway that's a dangerous zone because of y you're with each charter the danger that might be a working in the bond market maybe that's a little strong anyway rich bernstein who were now what manages five billion dollars at his own firm richard burns did advisor is a former chief strategist silver at merrill lynch and he's got this report out on his website which put i guess they in talking about you know charge for the summer there for the beach actually he'll you takes the beach and ponder and one of them tied into what was happening in the bond market i know i tend to focus on style then don't take much of the of and look at bonds at least not close one that this one county jumped out at me relates to something called modified to duration which is a measure of interest rate risk and what's happened over the years he used the bloomberg barclays us aggregate bonded acts which is pretty broad gauge of what's happening in fixedincome markets it goes back to 1989 and when you take a look at that index and the modified durations built a these the ideas you get a number that tells you if you one percentage point moving rates how much is the index likely to move so in this case you're looking at an average for this year of six percent in sense and if you go back over the history of the index you had never seen a reading even four day of six percent until february so what it comes down to is that there is a level of risk in the bond market the us market specifically that you have not seen in decades and this at a time when because bonds of kind of.

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"richard burns" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"richard burns" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"And we'll just to give you a sense of what was happening today senator after senator after senator going in for private meetings with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and a very key player attended at least some of those meeting some of his probably under appreciated in this process cms administrator sima verma the individual who oversees medicaid and medicare she was extremely important in the house process waging a lot of concerns of wary republicans even promising regulatory action cms could take to ease the transition if this new bill came into law she was there today walking through skeptical senators trying to get them on board another key component as they try and get people to a yes the reality remains though they can do a lot administrative but legislatively they still have a lot of work to do wolf reported thanks very much phil manningly up on capitol hill also tonight new developments in the russia investigation the chairman of the senate intelligence committee says he's confident that the fbi will grant his request give the panel access to the memos a former fbi director james comey let's go to our senior congressional reporter modern rajoub he's up on capitol hill for us also motto what more you learning yeah that's right senator richard burns republican chairman of the committee said that he did have a conversation with robert muller the special council about special counsel's investigation in an effort to make sure that their investigation can move forward in the senate and if the special counsel's and cory can also move forward birth saying earlier to our colleague jeremy herb that he's confident that actually that they can get access to those memos written by fired fbi director james comey about interactions with president trump now this comes as a committee is still looking into the issue of collusion if any collusion existed between russian officials and trump officials the question that is still outstanding as they try to interview some trump associate in dig through records that are being provided to the committee which are addressed this just earlier today.

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"richard burns" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"richard burns" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Recusals supreme court justice they have to do it on their own it's the honor system so there's no way for example al franken could force her to recuse himself like he did force sessions to recuse himself from that from the russia think that's irritating trump by the way era tait's me entertaining me winner half what the hell was that about what is this life constantly k like the politico i'm sure they got the idea for using the political story here today real resistance to trump the gop congress i gotta stop the the political by the way is where the republican establishment goes to plant it's seeds i have pointed this out for years if you want to find out what the republican establishment is really thinking or what they want leaked you read about them in the politico and you'll find out this as a picture of richard burns her senator from north carolina and this this story you ready for this this story problem what's the republicans in congress if they are taking their constitutional duty seriously to protect their turf they're not letting trump steamroller them it's fine way about time the congress gun i'm concerned with protecting its constitutional turf on the separation of powers now the democrats gave up all congressional power lead obama have it because they were so devoted so excited didn't want to stop obama doing anything but the republicans don't want trump to do much this idea after seven years they don't have a healthcare plan can work in their native admit mitch mcconnell every time he opens his mouth gets worse jews doled fine fifty votes i just don't zia we're going to get the i mean this is it not obvious they don't wanna find fifty votes they don't want to do the trump agenda and they're stalling it and doing everything they can to stop it and oppose it they don't we don't need democrats opposing trump there that's a given but now since the politico has reported on this you people knew it weeks before political dozen muted need me to tell you that obvious i'm sure many of you appreciated me tell you but you didn't need me to tell you i mean is it not a joke at the house and senate can't even come up with a healthcare.

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