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"sakala" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"If it wasn't married, right. Fucking around here. So I got to assure clip I'm gonna play for you guys. Because you know, how we talk about magazine. Maybe it's a clip video. Right. So we know how like I always been like say how I turn everything gay run into weird people do this, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. All right. So I just this is a short two minute time possibly the most interesting man in the world. Oh that Mexican dude from the dosa keys, and here's this dose. Eckes Josephus, delta, dosa keys anyways. Anyways. I just want you guys to listen to this. What the city say. I don't always go down when I do. I'd never swallow. We're well fighter. But he's here with Elijah the Buell airport, and he is a very interesting life story. So this guy he's twenty three. He's been in the army trained with marines. He's got five hundred black belts eleven different. Martial arts degrees. Just tell me a little bit about the stuff you've done. I've done a lot of stuff to be honest. I've taught you know soldiers in Iraq house of south defense and everything like This. that. America's have taught Swedish soldiers and everything. So basically done a lot of my life. I started training martial when I was eight years old to now I got five black belts in Cuando Brazilian jujitsu in Japanese, and it was a call link Chong and quote him go. The train even wide Syon everything like that. But. Was it called? Says your mom. That's my mom. Okay. Go away. Right now, I have a regular forty matches zero losses. Told me about some pretty bad beatings handed on soldiers that disrespected you you wanna you wanna tell me about a couple of those one of those soldiers. They couldn't accept me being captain because I was too young. So what I did he sucker punched me in the face. So what I did. In return, I drag his face account across the concrete. It may. You gotta go is your mom calling. You. Degrees. Quick I had was a cold him by by Camerino. In biochemistry, and it was a call Sakala chief. Okay. Able alleges gotta catch. Mom. Great talking to you. Nice meeting. You man. It's take care and we'll see on the other side. All right. I'll see you playing. All right. A threat of playing. All right. Just everyone. Wondering is English a second language for him. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Because that would explain a lot of the was it called. But he has he had no accent is he did have an accent. Yeah. Yeah. You know, he had an accent on. Because I'm telling you are not as bad as bans. But I know I fact that trying to speak a second language she can make you sound like a retort on. I'm just going to say that this this guy, even when you're not did not look like someone who has trained in eleven different martial arts with like not this guy. I mean, I've seen the discrepancy between Heus Gracie and. School. You also you also has a degree in molecular.
"sakala" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And he said, yeah, I get this Email from congresswoman rollers chief-of-staff like, oh, we ought to call. But look, so so here's the deal, ma'am. Even though you are Republican you say you support the president your district. Favors the president. When you go home or people grabbing you on the street corners and say Jackie what are you doing? You're killing us. No, you know, why? So we have a very open policy when it comes to communication. I have no I have not been bashful. I'm very vocal and very visible about what I believe in working on behalf of the folks that are job creators in my district and really around the country to say, you may not have an advocate here. But here's exactly what's happening. And why it's important for you. And here's what we're going to be doing next because we're trying to bring the mountains down in front of you. And we're trying to make sure that we lose jobs, and that we treat our American companies fairly. So where's the line? Mammoth tariffs go up to twenty five percent on a on a whole another couple of hundred billion dollars worth of stuff from the Chinese economy. What are you gonna do? Where's your lawn? Well, I'm I'm going to remain positive right now. Don knew going talks between US and China. I'll do my part to make sure that we have a long term resolution, and I do believe at the end, we will work this out. But we're going to maintain our vigilance tugs from Jackie walorski from the Indiana second, ma'am. Thanks very much for Tom. I really appreciate it. Thanks so much one of the last big issues from the financial crisis. Arguably is want to do. About Fannie Mae, and Freddie MAC the two big government bag housing finance companies that have been in conservative ship since they almost went under back in two thousand eight lawmakers have tried a bunch of times in the past ten years to get them and by extension. I guess the government out of the mortgage business hasn't worked, obviously. But Idaho, Senator Mike crepe, the chairman of the Senate banking committee is going to take another whack at privatizing. Fannie and Freddie and opening the housing finance market the private competition. Marketplace's Amy Scott explains why he's doing that. And why it matters one big reason Fannie, and Freddie are still under government control. I think the expression is nobody wants to get blamed for breaking the housing market. That's guys Cicala publisher of inside mortgage finance. That's been true since the recession. But it's certainly true. Now, the housing market is somewhat precarious, and there's the genuine disagreement about how to fix the system. Generally, speaking Sakala,.
"sakala" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Of my sinus infection, I was walking to the table to have a little by eight. They were calling me, and I bought my head on a post that's between my kitchen and dining room, and that really made me upset because I said, I don't know. I'm so tired and now have to sit up all night. I cannot I cannot lie down down with what you think is a concussion or anything like that. Absolutely. And it was right in my forehead. And it was a hit pretty hard. Nonetheless. I just told my voice had the ability to go lie down for about ten minutes. Totally arrest and get up and go for another two and three hours. So. Pelvic, man. I didn't really won't try backed up but kind of forced on me. And I just wanted to get rid of it. So. I took that. And then I realized that the minutes later, I don't know. That was asleep. So excuse myself, and I said I'll be back in about fifteen or twenty minutes to go arrest. I mean, did you know, you're going to have a stroke? Not at that time. But when when they finally came in my ram to check on me, they found me I guess kinda slumped over I was sitting up in bed 'cause I didn't want were. We were you aware things. Are you were knocked out. Not at that time. I was I was almost in a comatose state. It's okay. They thought I was having a stroke. So Carl my son and daughter-in-law my daughter-in-law is was practicing medicine at the hospital. They took it to the university of nonetheless. I knew that I was in a bad shape. Because as I said. It was everything was just kind of black. And I said something is definitely wrong with me. I can't wake up. I can't wake up. So I was telling my son and daughter-in-law Sakala an ambulance. Carlina? You could talk. You can talk to them. Barely at that time. I just got the words out. Yeah. Second talk to them. Yeah. When we got there. We had everything ready. Put all these kids and all that stuff in me. And they gave me an idea, of course, because I was totally dehydrated because the side effect of a sleeping.
"sakala" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Will be announced. Tonight Khalil Mack. Eddie Jackson, a Hicks to reap all should be locks. Okay. I get it's an honor. And all that. But the Pro Bowl is stupid the actual game. That's a nightmare. Why don't they why don't they call it something else? That's just like the, you know, what Brentwood Sakala actually had a bad, Jack. Just like, you know, say, hey, is there the best players or something? We're not gonna have the stupid game because nobody cares about it. Nobody watches. Yeah. Televised. Banquet fantabulous gave the nobody watches. Nobody risk. Flag football. Oh, yeah. It's complete. After a season NFL hard hit and grind and football. You gotta watch a bunch of flag football before the Super Bowl who actually play flag. Football might be more entertaining garbage pits to head touch on the beach. And Speedo, you know, something. Really packet if it'll by the Blackhawks hosted Nashville predators today. Good luck with that. Blackhawks the organization plays goal goalie Corey Crawford or if the organization plays goalie Corey Crawford or injured reserve lick accustomed. I feel that young man needs to that might be the last one. I think I hope is going to be okay be too. But I think it took a long time to recover from that last one. You're right Eru, Peru. Luckily, they have great backups. Oh, yeah. Loaded. Blackhawks will also be without.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn denies allegations against him
"High level executive Greg Kelly were fired by the board of directors Japan. Media reports say authorities now believe that going understated his compensation by at least twenty seven million dollars over three years. The investigation is expanding to cover more years that could lead to income tax charges in addition to violating financial regulations. Meantime, Nissan, CEO Hiroto Sakala who was the driving force behind the allegations against going is moving to give Nissan greater power in its partnership with Renault of France, which was also. Led by going dick, Hafner WJR news. The holiday shopping season is in full swing. So what are the hot toys this year WJR's Warren Pierce talked with Chris burns, the Torah guy about one of the big sellers. This year. Well, there's certainly one a company called taste masters has reintroduced popular video games in cabinets from the from the nineteen eighties. So it's it's pacman gala guy. It's all of the classic games in replica of the cabinet that kids found in arcades, but they're about
Suspect in Detroit senior complex slayings arrested
"Says the carcasses were discovered on Saturday and Montmorency county. He says both elk apparently had been shots a couple of days earlier. Monetary rewards could be available for information leading to the arrest of those responsible tipsters can call or text the twenty four hour report. All poaching line. That's eight hundred two nine to seventy eight hundred WW J news time nine thirty three. The White House may be about to grant US troops on the border with Mexico additional authority to protect customs and border personnel. That's according to reports a public announcement could come as early as tomorrow right now, the thousands of troops on the border with Mexico. Do not have the thorny to protect border officials, but that could change as early as tomorrow, the department of homeland security did not comment on whether the authority troops have will change. But in a statement, it says it appreciates the department of defense stepping into assistant department of homeland security as needed and it won't allow its personnel to be in harm's way. CBS news correspondent, Alison. Keys reporting one of the most powerful men in the auto industry has been arrested in Japan accused of financial misconduct. Carlos go and who's chairman and CEO of the Renault. Nissan, Mitsubishi alliance accused of misrepresenting his Nissan income on government documents and personal use of Nissan assets. Nissan CEO here Sakala says the board will meet Thursday to decide on guns firing as Nissan's chairman we need to eliminate significant misconduct. Take necessary counter measures full collaboration with the investigation by the prosecutor's office Mitsubishi. Also, planning to dismiss gone Renault is not yet commented on possible action there, Jeff Gilbert, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Detroit entrepreneur and Cavaliers owner, Dan. Gilbert took on the Commissioner of the NBA today before a packed house at the Detroit economic club. Newsradio nine fifties. Sandra mcneill. Was there is it strange for people to call you Commissioner people I know Commissioner headed leagues or Batman. So began a free-wheeling hour long session between Cleveland Cavaliers owner, Dan, Gilbert and NBA Commissioner Adam silver, the pair discussed eighteen year olds entering the league silver says he supports sports betting because it's already popular and legal betting would give the league were control. Andy says it would generate more overall interest in basketball, the pair asked what advice they'd give to their old salves silver said it would be to take more risks as for Gilbert list. Don't write that stupid letter in two thousand ten.
"sakala" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And I think that I like to call myself idea agnostic, and what I mean is I don't really care where a good idea comes from as long as it's a good idea, practical or useful so nerve science Balaji psychology, and so on, but the most common area that people talk about habits in his psychology. And they're kind of two big movements or bodies of research that happened over the last hundred years the first was behavioral psychology. And so the started with classical conditioning Pavlov's dogs and things like that. And then be of Skinner's work with a kind of the Q like the light would go on inside the little skip. Right. And then the rat would press a lever. And then they get a pellet. And so this kind of linking the pellet to the light. And so you have a Q a response, then a reward and Skinner defined this as stimulus response reward. So once you start to link the cute of the reward, they realized that they could shape pretty much any kind of action. And do Higgs book power have it kind of popularized. This brought it back into the modern spotlight this idea of q routine in a reward. So that's the first kind of major area the second is cognitive psychology. And this kind of took off in like the fifties and sixties and his continued into the modern day. But Sakala just started playing with what Skinner put together and realize that will it wasn't just the queue in the reward that shape people's behaviour. Also, our thoughts, and moods and emotions are beliefs kind of our internal states shape behavior to and this was a question that I kind of had rolling around in my mind are working on Tomek habits was will how come the same person will respond to the same q in a different way at different times. You know, like if I walk into the kitchen, I see a play cookies, that's like visual cue. And in one case might be like, oh, this is a good. I should go eat them. But you can just as easily magic situation where I just finished eating dinner in the other room. And I walk in see a plate of cookies, and I'm like, oh, stuffed. I don't wanna eat anything. So what's going on there? The Q is the same. The reward is the same. Why aren't you taking the same action? And I think it's because of that internal process you're interpreting the cue differently based on your current state. And so the model that I lay out in the book of the four different stages that have goes through it tries to combine these two major fields. It includes the Q and the reward because those are important for shaping our behavior. But it also includes an additional stage era about our interpretation of the reward because your internal moods and states and feelings can change and as they do your behavior does as well. And so I kinda wanted to model that I felt like encapsulated all of that. And that's one of the major different right? So you added two steps to this. Now, it's q- creating response for award. Right. Right. And so that allows you to kind of more deeply probe into that that aspect. Of contextualising, these cues it actually brings up to I think important things. So the first is the contextualising the Q what you just mentioned it allows us to understand. Why do you why accuse get you to do anything? It's because of how you interpret them. If you believe the Q is attractive than you, take an action. The second thing that does is. It helps clarify what the reward is. Like, why is something rewarding? Why do you find it rewarding? And one of the reasons is because it satisfies the craving that preceded the action. So. One way to put this that perceived value motivates you to act actual value, motivates you to repeat so it when you buy something on Amazon, you don't actually buy the product like you, don't you don't buy the book because you don't actually have it yet. What you buy is the image. The product creates in your mind,.
"sakala" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Risk of mortgage fraud is on the rise and property analysis company. Core logic reports more than twelve percent year over year increase. Let's dig into the reasons behind the trend with guy Sakala who is the publisher of inside mortgage finance based in Bethesda, Maryland guy. Welcome back to the program. The first reason or the first instance of mortgage fraud seems counterproductive where someone lies about their income in order to qualify for a loan. In the end. Don't you end up? End up having to pay for a mortgage. You simply can't afford. Yeah. It's problematic as you dentists try, and you know, it's one of the byproducts of what has been very tight underwriting. And now, we're starting to see some loosening of the documentation. You know, six or seven years ago right after the financial crisis people had to produce two years of tax returns and lenders got him directly from the IRS that was kind of onerous and what we've seen since. Then is they've resorted to W twos. Pay stubs and other things that are a little more prone to fraud. It's borrows wanna go on that route. But at the end of the day. Yes, they're the ones that are suffering not necessarily the wonders is this simply a case of the financial crisis was so long ago that people forgot about all of the chicanery that took place in the mortgage space leading up to it. Seem to have a short memory when it comes to pass problems and learning something this stuff tends to go in cycles. And you know, we have a period where everybody's good and underwriting, very tight. And then we start loosening people start pushing the envelope or even committing fraud. And it goes the other way, unfortunately, that's the direction we seem to be moving in. Now. Are we using technology to the extent that it could really help resolve some of these problems, you you could see what somebody has in the Bank or are. They are they should they be granted this mortgage. Yes. But again, we're loosening those standards, you know, one of them was verification of assets or Bank statements that at one point they were looking at two years worth of Bank statements, which obviously establish a payment record or deposit record or whatever else. Now, we're seeing some lenders who are willing to do one or two months, and you can see that that creates more issues and easier to manipulate something like that. Thanks so much for joining us today guy. Interesting story guy Cicala and still ahead in technology Thursday. There are conflicting reports about Chinese spy chips. Infiltrating the tech sites of American companies. WBZ news time twelve twenty three huge savings on new and previously.
"sakala" Discussed on KTOK
"You're with us. Our two Sean Hannity show. I think that was probably the single most defining moment of testimony that I've ever seen in my life. That's judge Cavanaugh just finished his testimony. You know, I'm I'm really torn because I have so much to say about it. I know many of you have a lot to say about it. The Republicans are going to stay I guess in poor Matt like they had earlier and this woman who was like as a prosecutor. Is going to do the questioning for them. But let's start with Dianne Feinstein will dip in and out now as warranted. And here's a hero heart common says moments ago. It's my understanding that you have denied the allegations by Dr Ford, miss Ramirez, and miss sweat, Nick. Is that correct? Yes. All three of these women have asked the FBI to investigate their claims, I listened carefully to what you said. Your concern is evident and clear, and if you're very confident of your position, and you appear to be why are you also asking the FBI to investigate these claims center. I'll do whatever the committee wants I wanted a hearing the day after the allegation came up. I wanted to be here that day instead ten days past where all this non. Nonsense is coming out, you know, in gangs on boats in Rhode Island, Sakala radio cited all over the place. And these things are printed and run breathlessly by cable news. I wanted to hearing the next day. My family's been destroyed by this Senator destroyed. Whoever wants, you know, whatever the committee decides. I'm all in. I'm all in a media, terrible and hard car to this is when we get an allegation, we're not in a position to prove it or disprove it. Therefore, we have to depend on some outside authority for it. And it would just seemed to me then when these allegations came forward that you would want the FBI to investigate those claims and clear it up once and for all. Senator the committee investigates, it's not for me to say how to do it. But just so, you know, the FBI doesn't reach a conclusion they would give you a couple of three oh two's that just tell you what we said. So I'm here. I wanted to be here. I wanted to be here. The next day. It's an it's an outrage that I was not allowed to calm, and immediately defend my name and say, I didn't do this and give you all this evidence. I'm not even I'm not even in DC on the weekends in the summer of one thousand nine hundred eighty two. This happened on a weekday walls. It would I'm not at a player high school for summer league game Tobin's house working out. I'm not a movie was Suzanne..
"sakala" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have booked with dvd except most insurances discover sakala two and two choices out i got a fifty year old man is a husky man he's a he lays track for the mta so he's big and tall and strong and he's fifty years old he's married he has one child and three years ago the abdominal pain he was unable to eat and bite any comfort and it was just terrible distress and have seen by doctors eventually got an ultrasound of his abdomen and then an mri which showed a mass and it was one of the big hospitals i've often talked about it before you get an ultrasound or i go to mergency room and then you end up being admitted to the hospital maxine a certain comes in and says all you have a mass in your abdomen you have to get a cut out and the patient felt like pushed to get surgery and they've got this big surgery because this cancer was wrapped around the inferior vena cava the main blood vessel takes all the blood from the legs and the lower part of the body back to the heart of the cancer was inseparable from its lead to cut out part of the inferior vena cava and the cancer and it had major surgery and he got in fact that he had complications from that surgery and then he found out number one that he had a sarcoma eliah mile sarcoma lau mousa comas a cancer of the connective tissue any part of the body most any part of the body can develop into cancer and connective tissue fatty tissue muscle tissue bone tissue can also become cancerous and that's what he developed was all mile sarcoma sarcoma of the abdomen growing through the inferior vena cava and the doctors did all that surgery and cutting the complications and infections and then after the surgery listen to this after the surgery they tell them what anyway the cancer already traveled to the lot why did they do that surgery when the cancer already traveled stage for to the long when he for example could have had radio surgery could have had pinpoint treatment to that mass with no cutting no bleeding with us accessory that's very high without cutting off part of his inferior vena cava main blood vessel the abdomen without the superintendent action they never told him and you can guess why certain tell the patients while you can go see dr liederman and have invisible beams aradio surgery for cancer because probably the doctors afraid that patient will leave.
"sakala" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"It's insulated now the weavers also used their he locked who had a bathroom and redo the kitchen which hadn't gotten much attention since the house was built in the nineteen thirties we created more shelf space and put a new counters and stuff the weavers used about twenty thousand dollars from their credit line to make improvements to their house but they could have spent it on a cruise or college tuition there are no restrictions on how the money is used and it's really easy to access right just go on the computer and i move money from here to here it's a little frightening how easy it is actually from the bank's point of view easy is the whole idea interest rates on he locks are typically lower than other bank loans because he looks her backed by your house and says a net nelin taxation professor at san jose state university you can borrow more as home prices rise the banks are well aware that people have value in their homes and view them as prime candidates to the borrow money but borrowers aren't always well aware of how easy it is to get into trouble with a he lock interest rates can fluctuate a lot and if home values drop you may find you borrow more than your house was worth lots of homeowners got into trouble that way during the financial crisis but he looks are harder to come by now says guy sakala publisher in ceo of inside mortgage finance you'd have to produce proof of income over a period of times like two years tax returns or bank statements going two years you need a significant credit score plus changes to the tax code have made he locks less appealing because interest can be deducted only on certain purchases but sakala says as the housing crisis moves further into the rear view mirror and banks push to make more loans it's easy to forget he locks destructive history in washington i'm nancy marshall genzer for marketplace.
"sakala" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Neighbors call this downright creepy liam by the way sakala married father of three glenn shuck ten ten wins on long island wins news time five twenty four lucille hodge has been dead for nearly eighteen years but that didn't stop the social security administration from sending her checks and prosecutors say didn't stop her son from cashing those checks social security started getting wise to sixty year old marquan of brooklyn money told investigators his mother was unavailable to be interviewed because she was in the hospital but one investigator went out to farmingdale we're hodge's father is buried and discovered that his mother was also very there mark hodge works for the mta is accused of improperly receiving more than one hundred fifty four thousand dollars he could get up to ten years in prison if he is convicted wins news time five twenty four good friday and to mark the occasion the pope is calling for an end to the death penalty has megan williams reports from rome for the sixth year in a row pope francis washed the feet of twelve inmates in an italian prison to celebrate the christian holy thursday a ritual recalling jesus is washing his disciples feet before he died francis was the first pope to include women and muslims in the ritual this year adding a buddhist as well combing francis called the death penalty inhumane friday night francis will lead the solemn way of the cross procession at rome's coliseum saturday night he'll hold an easter vigil service and on easter sunday he'll deliver a message on the state of the world should be a way of the cross procession manhattan this morning starting over by the un and continuing across forty second street to holy cross church on the west side math agains at eight thirty this morning tonight is the first night of passover celebrating the liberation of the israelites from egyptian slavery wins news time five twenty five or hernandez is in the usa illegally but her two children were born here now she's taking refuge in manhattan church to avoid being separated from her kids she says a guatemalan woman has been staying here at the fourth universalist society church on the upper west side for two weeks to avoid federal agents earlier people who support our hernandez marched from the trump international hotel tooth a church through a.
"sakala" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And there are a couple of things about it that i think are worth noting one of them and it's just glaring i'm sorry it's a kind of point i've made before and i will make it again and it is very very clear this was close election we knew it was going to be a close election i told you yesterday when i was begging with any of our listeners in western pennsylvania to vote for rex sakala this would be an exceedingly close election if seven hundred people had voted differently or seven hundred more people showed up and voted for the republican then did vote for the republican would have made a difference in the election and meanwhile there was a totally irrelevant libertarian party candidate who got over fifteen hundred votes so if only half of the people who voted for the libertarian party candidate who believes in lower taxes who believes in smaller government who believes in less government regulation believes a lot of things republicans believe in if the people had who voted for that libertarian party candidate had voted for rex account he would have won this election and there would have been a nother vote to continue a republican congress and basically sport the trump agenda and it's just worth considering because again what difference does it make that the libertarian party candidate got fifteen hundred votes instead of say seven hundred votes answer no difference at all but it would have made a whole difference in our national politics the republicans had been able to hold this seat look what it shows is that the republicans are going they need to get energized and need to get focused and one of the things that i think is going to be very important for the republican party is having not twenty or fifty or sixty but maybe five five areas where every republican running for the house and president trump and vice president pence and the new secretary of state mike pompeo and the new economic adviser larry kudlow and all those people everybody signs up and says this is what we're gonna do and yes it should include something about this issue of school violence and.
"sakala" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Congressional district lamb is neck and neck with republican rick sakala the racist most reclose until could be a long night year celebration if it is to be so slammed did not run against president trump is focused on republican richter cone still the national media is here looking for clues to terms one of lamb supporters argues win or lose is going to be a message to the president i think if he wins that the president has to look at the numbers and say this was a district that he won plus twenty and if honor lamb comes in even close to win for us as democrats the president will certainly be checking out the results having been here twice to campaign with republicans comb bob costantini cannons berg pennsylvania senate minority leader is concerned about turmoil after president trump fired secretary of state rex tillerson tops in democrat charles schumer says he's never seen an administration so disorganized so at war with itself the result he says is a foreign policy in shambles what president trump did and the way he did it once again indicates the chaos in this administration republicans are urging quick confirmation of cia director mike pompeo to succeed tillerson but democrats wouldn't commit to that saying they have many questions among them whether pompeii will urge the president to be tougher on russia jerry bowed lender capitol hill a deadline has passed for the president and his attorney to accept a porn star stormy daniels offer to return hush money correspondent sara side nurse stormy daniels lawyer is warning the president and the public in a tweet that it's time to buckle up after president trump's lawyer refused to respond to a deadline set for a settlement offer the porn star proposed on.
DOJ takes regulatory step towards bump stock ban
"President trump is holding a rally in moon township pennsylvania this hour you know what get out on tuesday vote for rick sakala on and we can leave right now the appearances his second visit to the district of gop congressional candidates a cone who's running against conner lam and next week special election pennsylvania's 18th congressional district that's a region that extends from pittsburgh suburbs to west virginia the president thrilled the raucous crowd when he unveiled his reelection theme for 2020 which so proud of this country but our new slogan when we saw it running in can you believe it two years from now is going to be key america gray exlamation horrified by america meanwhile the trump administration taking a step toward gun safety offering to ban bumps stocks slumped stocks allow certain rifles to mimic fully automatic fire they were used by the gunman in the las vegas massacre last year the justice department's regulation would classify the devices a machinegun prohibited under federal law the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives had previously approved bump stocks atf officials had believed that they lacked the authority to regulate the devices without action from congress the justice department move had been expected after president trump ordered officials to work toward a ban following the floor to school shooting gunmakers are expected to mount a legal challenge to the new classification ben thomas washington president trump scheduled visit california this week to inspect border wall prototypes it.
"sakala" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"How the tax plan will shift whole markets even patterns of daily life i'm david brancaccio a new york with the republican tax overhaul set to pass in the house of representatives today in the senate tomorrow we begin our coverage today with a broad shift when it comes to taxes paid by individuals and families under this plan loads more people will do the default standard deduction on their tax forms and many fewer will opt to itemize line by line deductions as they do now that could have a major impact on one key engine of the us economy the real estate market is marketplace's mitchell hartmann reports doubling the standard deduction could have the biggest impact on housing according to an analysis by zillow only the wealthiest 14 percent of homeowners would likely itemize and use the mortgage deduction to reduce their income taxes for most homeowners it just wouldn't be worth it anymore says christopher maher at columbia business school i think this is going to reduce homeownership boeing younger house another tax change would hit high priced markets like new york and san francisco mortgage interest paid on home loan debt above seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars would no longer be deductible right now the upper cap is a million guy sakala is publisher of inside mortgage finance mostly in issue on the two coast in most parts of the country where the average home prices three hundred thousand it's a nonissue sakala says new limits on deducting state and local taxes would likely make houses in high tax places more expensive to own and harder to sell i'm mitchell hartmann for marketplace now to another piece of this vast tax bill that hasn't got much attention what happens to people who commute to work many employers now helped pay for parking or public transit for their people to get to work with under this bill the taxincentive the drives this perk will disappear marketplace's erica barra says more on that now private companies.
"sakala" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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