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"scougall" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Great defensive play to save it. Run. Tigers hold on to win three to They beat Bieber and Cleveland that is the final in downtown Detroit full day of Major League Baseball. We will go through all the games and keep you up to date. Scott Miller. National Baseball Insider will join us in a few moments. Tom Gauge Hall of Fame Tigers. Insider hill check in In about 20 minutes. Other games in progress comes or trailing the Pirates for two in the bottom of the sixth. Bottom of the sixth. Twins three Brewers two Braves getting shut out through five against the Phillies Cardinals hammering the Red 71 No. One into the bottom of the third, The Los Angeles Dodgers. Have one zip lead. Over the Rockies in the mile High city. Rays and Marlins are scoreless in the fourth Rangers in the Royals are tied at five. In the top of the second. They have, like 10 runs in the first inning. Padres leading the D backs to one in the bottom of the second. It did go final. Blue Jays beat the Yankees three to and N Y C. White socks at the Angels later tonight for they'll, Central Astros. Have the Athletics and the Giants at the Mariners full day of baseball Mets in the Nets and the Orioles and the Red Sox of Post phone Take your thoughts. Game one for the Tigers. You can join in 18668348432186 eggs. 83 huge ad healed Show on Twitter. The huge show. Facebook. You can also out there on the huge text chain text the word huge to 21,000. That is the word huge 2 to 1000. I'll talk to Scott Miller. National Baseball Insider. You standing by on the mire Guest time. How you doing, Scotty? Well, good bill. Happy, happy opening day that considering we didn't have one last year, did I If I remember from last year was that the first time? How many times have we not had A true opening day in Major league Baseball history was the last time World War two. Yeah, I think so. I think last year was the first It was what was was. There is a first. Time baseball was not played in the month of October and the month of May. Um, Ato, least since World War two. I think it goes back for that it it was like many, many, it was almost 100 years. Got looking at Major League baseball this year, huh? I don't know. One game doesn't make a season and Tigers fans are happy with the three to win today. Boyd was fantastic with the start, they beat Bieber, who struck out 12. And six settings. Only mistake really was a two run homer to Miguel Cabrera in the snow. But when you look at opening day, and I get the celebration, and we're all excited, and hope Springs eternal for every baseball team What do you think? Are the true story lines going into the 2000 and 21 MLB season? You did a nationally or or indeed, Trump's argon national balls. I mean, think in Detroit. I think you know once the thing that struck me about today's opener, Detroit aside from by the way, the snow flurries 32 degrees of first pitch, But I'll tell you what. I don't know if you know this, but I'm gonna give you opening day fact, Bill You know that thing about wind chill will be 30 degrees, but it feels like 25. Here's a fact on opening day. It's the opposite of wind Chill. It might be 32, but it feels like 42. That's how good it is to have based up. Um In Detroit. What struck me about today. Mickey's home run What you had, I think was a little bit of the past mixed with a little bit of future. You know, Mickey's home run 488 career brings him to within 12 of 500. Um Boyd on the mound looked really good. And the Tigers have five of baseball America's top 30 prospects in the game. You know what Scougall who will see on the mound Pretty soon, he's one Well, that's what really strikes me about Detroit for the year. Like I say, the past with Miggy, and it was a nice moment for him today and yet the future the rebirth of the team with all the prospects that are on the horizon, so I think that's really striking. Go across the field, You know, actually, I think you know the cancelation of the Mets Nationals game tonight reminds us that even though we pray we are To the point in this pandemic where we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The nationals being struck with Colbert reminds us that you know, we're still not out of the woods. And in the game, the season is still a fragile thing. What There's still so much optimism fans in the stands in all the parks around the league. My goodness. How even though it's not a full ballpark, how nice is it to see actual human beings and seeds instead of those stupid cardboard cut outs? You know, I mean that That is so nice. Um You know, you've got the Dodgers or starting the defense of their World Series. You know, no National League team is won back to back World Series since the 75 76 Cincinnati Reds, the big Red machine. Um, you know, there's there's so much going on across the game. You know the young stars once Sodo of the Nationals, Fernando Tech piece of the Padres, Um You know, we're at all the Cooney in junior of the Braves. I mean, it seems like there's such a young wave of talent. Um, you know, I mean, I could go on and on, but that that's that's for starters. When you talk about that bright young talent, and we've watched two teeth of the big money. He got to teach junior and we're seeing it said influx of young superstars. Who do you think has mega superstar potential? That has splashed in the last year or so in the major leagues could make an impact this year is just on the cusp from your insiders from your observations..
"scougall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Let's talk again sometime. Yeah, Let's do it soon. All right. Thanks, Doctor. You okay? Take your buddy. All right. BC Guardsmen for maybe sees the counter right after the news on 7 20 wtn. This nation this hour on Vic Bond. National Guard troops may be allowed to carry batons or guns in D C as they prepare for the potential of more protests and possibly violence around Joe Biden's January 20th presidential inauguration. U. S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy is gonna require us to get better intelligence and then we'll have to make a risk assessment. The sense that risk assessment will depend on more information about potential threats. Five fatalities in and around the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's breach include 42 year old Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died of injuries suffered while physically engaging with protesters during the riot. 35 year old Ashley Babbitt, a U. S Air Force veteran, was shot by an officer inside the Capitol 55 year old Kevin Greeson of Athens, Alabama, died of a heart attack 50 year old Benjamin Phillips of Scougall County, Pennsylvania, died of a stroke and 34 year old Roseanne Boylan died of a still unreleased medical emergency. Twitter has banned President Trump from its platform sites what it calls risk of further incitement of violence. Twitter says it reached the decision after close review of recent tweets from the at Real Donald Trump account. The context around them, and specifically how Twitter says they were received and interpreted its stock value has dropped more than 4%. Since the announcement. The U. S is now approaching 22 million confirmed cases of the Corona virus since the start of the pandemic. That's according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University have now been more than 368,000. U. S COVERT deaths. The Metro Nashville Police Department reopen tonight two pedestrians the side of the Christmas Morning bombing. It's the first time in two weeks, people have been allowed to walk along Second Avenue north between Broadway and Commerce Street in downtown Nashville. It's still closed off to vehicle traffic watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation now app for noose around the clock. Undergone. Will be cloudy tonight with flurries or light snow showers, The overnight low temperature in the upper twenties. Tomorrow, a mix of clouds and sun come our way, but a little bit of sunshine High temps in the mid thirties. On Sunday. We'll see a high of.
"scougall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"He was nation this hour on Vic Font. National Guard troops may be allowed to carry batons or guns in D C as they prepare for the potential of more protests and possibly violence around Joe Biden's January 20th presidential inauguration. U. S Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. Just gonna require us to get better intelligence and then we'll have to make a risk assessment. The sense that risk assessment will depend on more information about potential threats. Five fatalities in and around the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's breach include 42 year old Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick died of injuries suffered while physically engaging with protesters during the riot. 35 year old Ashley Babbitt, a U. S Air Force veteran, was shot by an officer inside the Capitol 55 year old Kevin Greeson of Athens, Alabama, died of a heart attack 50 year old Benjamin Phillips of Scougall County, Pennsylvania, died of a stroke and 34 year old Roseanne Boylan died of a still unreleased medical emergency. Twitter has banned President Trump from its platform sites what it calls risk of further incitement of violence. Twitter says it reached the decision after close review of recent tweets from the at Real Donald Trump account the context around them and specifically how Twitter says they were received and interpreted. Its stock value has dropped more than 4%. Since the announcement. The U. S is now approaching 22 million confirmed cases of the Corona virus since the start of the pandemic. That's according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University have now been more than 368,000. U. S covert deaths. The Metro Nashville Police Department reopen tonight. Two pedestrians the site of the Christmas Morning bombing. It's the first time in two weeks, people have been allowed to walk along Second Avenue north between Broadway and Commerce Street in downtown Nashville. It's still closed off to vehicle traffic Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the Noose Nation now app for noose around the clock. I'm Vic Vaughn. Will be cloudy tonight with flurries or light snow showers, The overnight low temperature in the upper twenties. Tomorrow, a mix of clouds and sun come our way, but a little bit of sunshine High temps in the mid thirties. On Sunday. We'll see a high of 31 degrees more clouds, Then sun Sunshine returns for Monday and Tuesday highs in the mid thirties way continue to warm up until we reach the low forties by next Thursday. I'm WGN meteorologist Dimitrius Ivory. If you've got an insurance.
"scougall" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"It's not funny, but I thought to myself, I go well, He knows that he should. I certainly don't know what I'm doing. But God, I know you and I just went on a fast and started praying and hashtag for strategy and begin to reach out very different and We begin to come around and I start bringing goods for 10 2030, and it wasn't Hey, I want your vote or anything like that. He genuinely Aired and wanted to hear. From the community Faith pastor and said We would always go ahead. I state prayer and he wanted the heart any quickly recognized the challenges of people faith how much they'd lost their voice. How much attack they had been honored by previous administrations that some of Chris's interview with spiritual advisor to the president, President Trump Pastor Paula White. Take a quick commercial break Many more interviews to come here. It's the greatest hits the best Interviews of 2020 on Philadelphia's Morning answer with Chris the Gall on Philadelphia's Am 9 90 the answer. Thank you. Good morning. Fill it up His am 9 90 the answer Time saver Traffic sponsored by Merrill Right now, a down tree in the right lane North and 309 approaching Perkins, he 5 63. That's causing a little bit of a squeeze. Their meantime, a lighter than usual volume, and we've got some rain moving through the area so But thank goodness for the lighter volume because if there was, we'd have some big jam ups accident cleared 38 at Large Mart wrote about Laurel Scougall Expressway westbound heavy university to 30th left lane construction and reminder the ramps linking route once south bound to and from ST Road closed because of a long term construction project. When questions find you Merrill Edge. Self directed investing has.
"scougall" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"That Northeast corridor action. Glad to see it. You're going to disrupt our lives and make us run out and buy stuff and gas up the snow blower and all that stuff. I'm glad to Glad to have you with us A little. After six o'clock, it's Thursday, and it is Winter Storm, Gale walloping the Northeast, they say to our north they're getting. I mean, look, It's still snowing this morning, and I will say this. I don't typically Buy into Broadcast hype surrounding storms. But I will say having driven in it this morning and I left earlier much earlier than I normally do. I'll tell you that it's It's a tough sled up there today. And I typically you know when people say Don't go out if you don't have to say, Well, what does that mean? Don't go out if you don't have to. Does anyone go out if they don't have to? Who says I can't wait to just get out and drive around. You know, in the middle of the morning like everyone's got to go somewhere If they've got to get out, so don't go out if you don't have to always loved that. You want to call in whether people always love to see that you're to call your office and not go in who has the luxury of just telling the office? Sorry, the weather's inclement. I'm not going to work today. Is that built into your Like contract. His mind does not stipulate in inclement weather. You don't have to work. Always. So where this thing like there are people with violent stomach flu? Who will soldier on and go into work, But somehow, Boyd two inches of snow in all right on a treacherous We better take the day. Ooh! Would explain that human phenomenon to me. People will go into work deathly ill. But, boy, if it snows, I don't go. It'll be better. They talked like its little house on the prairie. Maybe there's a skepticism when somebody says they're sick. It's just like I don't know if he really has something wrong with the stomach, is he? Yeah. I don't know what but with weather you actually have something to go Look at this. I drive. I drive a Prius, man. I can't get through this. So you think people are more inclined to soldier through sickness Because they're not sure there is sick is they think they are Versus They look at the snow and they say to themselves. Oh, that's That's that's too dangerous. Yes, Yes. All right. You're thinking on the person side who is coming in whether they are sick or Not driving through the inclement weather, and by the way, it's always the TV people who've come in tow work who tell you not to go to work, which is also another thing like you're at work. Why are you telling me not to go to work? Your had work telling me not to go to work, but I didn't write. I typically don't you know, Don't go out of you don't have to house say today. Don't don't Don't go out if you don't have to. I we debated. Doing the show from my satellite bunker deep within the recesses of state listing all manner, and I said I last night I made the judgment call I finished. Allowing the vast expanse Of my palatial estate grounds. I do it myself from time to time. I give you the night. You know the help the night off holidays, you know? And it's good for me to be a working man. Every now and again. Get my hands dirty. So I got that were the snowplow snowplow myself and Clear the drive, and it's done. By nine o'clock out there and Chester County. It's over. There's no precept. Nothing's happening. Little wind. Is over. And I say, Well, this is not anything and it takes fast. It is that never mind. Abandon the bunker plan. We're I'm coming in to do. The show is normal. But figuring people would be a holes this morning driving. I thought, well, I'd better build in some extra time. Make sure there's time to get coffee, too. So I love super duper early today, and folks, I'm here to tell you I needed every bit of it and driving in I thought were plows out at all last night. Cause I mean from 202 to 32 a good chunk of the Scougall. Certainly the blue route coming in the Conshohocken. If Ridge Pike here, it's like it's It's like there's a whole stretches miles where it's like plows never came. And you'll hit a drift. And all of a sudden your car is fishtailing. I saw more people already. You know, either overnight or Early early this morning, spun out and Stockton hazards on and I don't know. I mean, there weren't a ton of people on the road and that's good. But I hope it stays that way. Because the plows we're going to need time to get through this morning. It's I don't know what, like was.
"scougall" Discussed on KGO 810
"They don't by the way another thing this link, baby, so I won't do it. They don't give information about you to advertisers. Of course not. That's the that's the gold. They want. They're not doing that They keep that information to themselves. But what they do is they say the advertisers. Do you want 23 to 48 year old men living in Northern California who have an income of $100,000 or more and are driving a late model Ford? Do you want that guy? We can sell that guy to you? They do even worse. You want somebody that's slightly depressed right now having a hard time out of work. Do you want that person? We could sell you that guy, too? That's creepy that it's not nice, but they can do it. They called they Facebook particularly knows Scougall knows from what you search for, But Facebook knows From what you post what you read. Everything you do on the Internet. Exactly what your state of mind is. And they're not afraid to use it. In fact, we know this because you can go on Facebook. Try it yourself and say I want to buy an ad. I want somebody I want to buy an ad from a guy identifies his Republican but votes Democratic. I mean, there's it's amazing out deep. You can go on this stuff. So I'm not. I think the FTC has a good case there will see it's going to take years to wind its way through the courts. Facebook has very, very expensive lawyers defending it. Maybe nothing will happen. But even if nothing happens these air good these suits because they remind cos you don't get to do whatever you want. There's always the risk of scrutiny and even lawsuits from states and governments. And, uh, the federal government and maybe you should think about that. Think twice. Facebook never thought twice. Facebooked it full speed ahead. Fact their model used to be move fast and break things they did. But now we've got to pay the Piper. It'll be interesting to see what happens. It's going to be years. It's gonna be a long, long time before this is resolved. And I don't know what kind of resolution we're gonna be able to get. I don't think they're going to be able to say you got to give you get takes me back sees you gotta give back WhatsApp and instagram. I don't think that's don't think that's gonna happen. We're gonna get to the calls. 88 88 ask Leo. Let's have a conversation. You may I don't want a monologue anymore. I'm done talking you let's talk to each other. 88 88 ask Leo the website tech guy labs dot com. I'm here to help you. Defend yourself against technology 8888275536. Showed they brought you by by remote PC room PC is a wonderful technology that lets you work from home. It's still have access to a computer at work. That's what a lot of ways you can use remote. PC. Put it on your computer work. Mac or Windows doesn't matter. Go home. Now You can access that computer over the Internet securely speedily easily from Mac from a PC from a mobile device and it's like you're teleporting. It's like you're sitting in front of the computer could do anything you could do it work. Open files run programs access the company network. Very affordable less than six bucks a month gives you 10 computers. I use it for tech support to lots of reasons you might.
"scougall" Discussed on KTOK
"Can sell that to advertise. They don't by the way another thing this link, baby, so I won't do it. They don't give information about you to advertisers. Of course not. That's the that's the gold. They want. They're not doing that. They keep that information themselves, but what they do is they say the advertisers. Do you want 23 to 48 year old men living in Northern California who have an income of $100,000 or more and are driving a late model Ford? Do you want that guy? We can sell that guy to you? They do even worse. You want somebody that's slightly depressed right now. I'm having a hard time out of work. Do you want that person? We could tell you that guy, too? That's creepy that it's not nice, but they can do it. They called they Facebook particularly knows Scougall knows from what you search for, But Facebook knows From what you post what you read. Everything you do on the Internet. Exactly what your state of mind is. And they're not afraid to use it. In fact, we know this because you can go on Facebook. Try it yourself and say I want to buy an ad. I want somebody I want to buy an ad from a guy identifies his Republican but votes Democratic. I mean, there's it's amazing out deep. You can go on this stuff. So I'm not. I think the FTC has a good case there will see it's going to take years to wind its way through the courts. Facebook has very, very expensive lawyers defending it. Maybe nothing will happen. But even if nothing happens these air good these suits because they remind cos you don't get to do whatever you want. There's always the risk of scrutiny and even lawsuits from states and governments. And, uh, the federal government and maybe you should think about that. Think twice. Facebook never thought twice. Facebooked it full speed ahead. Fact their model used to be move fast and break things they did. But now we've got to pay the Piper. It'll be interesting to see what happens. It's going to be years. It's gonna be a long, long time before this is resolved. And I don't know what kind of resolution we're gonna be able to get. I don't think they're going to be able to say you got to give you get takes me back sees you gotta give back WhatsApp and instagram. I don't think that's good. Don't think that's gonna happen. Shit. We're gonna get to the calls. 88 88 ask Leo. Let's have a conversation. You may I don't want a monologue anymore. I'm done talking. You let's talk to each other. 88 88 ask Leo the website tech guy labs dot com. I'm here to help you defend yourself against technology 8888275536. Showed they brought you by by remote PC room PC is a wonderful technology that lets you work from home but still have access to a computer work. That's one of a lot of ways you can use remote. PC. Put it on your computer work. Mac or Windows doesn't matter. Go home. Now You can access that computer over the Internet securely speedily easily from Mac from a PC from a mobile device and it's like you're teleporting. It's like you're sitting in front of the computer could do anything you could do it work. Open files run programs access the company network. Very affordable less than six bucks a month gives you 10 computers. I use it for tech support to lots of reasons you might.
"scougall" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They don't by the way another thing this link, baby, so I won't do it. They don't give information about you to advertisers. Of course not. That's the that's the gold. They want. They're not doing that They keep that information to themselves. But what they do is they say the advertisers. Do you want 23 to 48 year old men living in Northern California who have an income of $100,000 or more and are driving a late model Ford? Do you want that guy? We can sell that guy to you? They do even worse. You want somebody that's slightly depressed right now. I'm having a hard time out of work. Do you want that person? We could tell you that guy, too? That's creepy that that's not nice, but they could do it. They called they Facebook particularly knows Scougall knows from what you search for, But Facebook knows From what you post what you read everything you do on the Internet. Exactly what your state of mind is. And they're not afraid to use it. In fact, we know this because you can go on Facebook. Try it yourself and say I want to buy an ad. I want somebody I want to buy an ad from a guy identifies his Republican but votes Democratic. I mean, there's it's amazing out deep. You can go on this stuff. So I'm not. I think the FTC has a good case there will see it's going to take years to wind its way through the courts. Facebook has very, very expensive lawyers defending it. Maybe nothing will happen. But even if nothing happens these air good these suits because they remind cos you don't get to do whatever you want. There's always the risk of scrutiny and even lawsuits from states and governments. And, uh, the federal government and maybe you should think about that. Think twice. Facebook never thought twice. Facebook T o full speed ahead. Fact their model used to be move fast and break things they did. But now we've got to pay the Piper. It'll be interesting to see what happens. It's going to be years. It's gonna be a long, long time before this is resolved. And I don't know what kind of resolution we're gonna be able to get. I don't think they're going to be able to say you got to give you get takes you back sees you gotta give back WhatsApp and instagram. I don't think that's I don't think that's gonna happen. I said we're gonna get to the calls. 88 88 ask Leo. Let's have a conversation. You may I don't want a monologue anymore. I'm done talking you let's talk to each other. 88 88 ask Leo the website tech guy labs dot com. I'm here to help you. Defend yourself against technology 8888275536. Showed they brought you by by remote PC room PC is a wonderful technology that lets you work from home but still have access to a computer work. That's one of a lot of ways you can use remote. PC. Put it on your computer work. Macro windows doesn't matter. Go home. Now You can access that computer over the Internet securely speedily easily from Mac from a.
"scougall" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"And you're listening to Philadelphia's Morning answer with Krista Gall. Yeah. Grab a cup of coffee. Dennis's maybe maybe a gallon of it. But, you know, also be mindful of the fact that if you're stuck in traffic at some point if you need to get rid of the coffee, I don't know where you go. I am, uh, people 7 22 on Philadelphia's am 9 90 the answer. And I am sitting now in well into the second hour of the most unbelievable backup in scruple history for me now, I'm sure they have been worse. But I could tell you that in over a decade of commuting the same route since I've lived here, I've seen accidents. I've seen bad weather. I've satin from traffic. But this for a week day accident. I've never seen anything like a night that tragically I do think it was a fatality accident, but Traffic is apparently backed up all the way from New York near the contract curve. I think that The king of Prussia, and it has been since Guess, roughly three something this morning. So I don't know what about this accident makes it so unique. I mean, fatalities are obviously always very serious, but This seems like an extraordinary amount of time Nevertheless. I sit here with three quarters of a tank of gas. Thank God very, very grateful that I guess of the Volvo XC 90 from Stillman, Volvo yesterday and we still plan on talking with Colonel Church flicker on the way about his brand new book and our chief economist for the show, Steve more, even if I have to do it this way. We'll check in with Butterworth in a minute. If you're somebody that's Stuck on this Scougall eastbound track with me. It's wow. I mean, what a way to start a Tuesday morning on a short week for most of us. Mike's waiting patiently called in, maybe with some counsel. Hey, Mike, Welcome to Philadelphia. Sam 9 90 answer from the school. This is bizarre. Good morning. You're taking one for the team, Chris. Your traffic jam. Believe it or not, it's such a refreshing change from all the 2020 craziness. I'm not kidding. I'm not sure The traffic jam is a refreshing change. Yes, we're not talking so good. We're not talking You know, President Elect Stop. It's just believe it or not. It's refreshing. I'm not kidding. But anyway because comeback kid he scored off the upcoming exits. E mean, usually something like that against God's detouring. You're off the upcoming exits caused that are behind an accident. I don't understand. I'm uh I'm a little shocked that something hasn't been settled by now. I mean, I don't I'm far be it for me. I don't mean to criticize because I don't know what's involved in trying to do something like this. But, uh no. No movement. Absolutely. No change. It's bizarre. I've been staring at brake lights. For what? Well, I'm glad you're entertained. Mike, is there anything else I can do for you all in here Because Lord knows I got kicked, right? I just can't wait to you guys can start talking about more common things on the radio other than Over it, and the presidential stopped. And what does that mean? Mike? What would you have me talk about? All right. I'm hoping that after all this, you could you could figure it. There's so many other things, family things and and you know it. It doesn't all have to be politics and No, I I'd like to talk about you know, I'm really interested in We want to know why you break away and do something something you know. Yeah, like you Keep saying something, but I don't know what so I've given you a traffic jam. What? What else would you like me to talk about? I mean, the floor is yours. I've got nowhere to go. Like I said, you know, you talk about a shot, child rearing. Um, you know, Yes, I tell you, studies show there's nothing more fascinating than listen to a guy talking about raising it. It's what you love it. That's for sure. You left the callers. Come in. You pick a topic I even left. My I just handed you the damn show And you haven't given me an idea yet. Oh, man, you know, And I was talking any about this a long time ago. And, you know, he was telling me Well, these guys can't do it because you gotta stick with the cove it you gotta stick with. You know, but I didn't say we had to stick with anything like like this is this is an interesting phenomenon. Because I What the hell This is a very interesting morning. So why don't why don't we stick with it? You do understand? There was a presidential election in a pandemic, right? Yeah. Yeah. So I would. I would be a little derelict in my duties to not acknowledge those two major events happening in our country, wouldn't I? Yeah, You're right. I said after when? When things settle down. Maybe in 2021. All right, Mike. Happy Thanksgiving. It pleasure speaking with you. I appreciate the time. There's nothing like being kicked in the balls with some show criticism. All you're sitting in two hours of traffic that steady Let's give away a covert 1984 masked Shall we color 12 6108 50 09 90. That's amazing. That's that's really one of the most remarkable things that's ever happened in a really remarkable year. Hey, while you're sitting in two hours worth of traffic, doing a show on the phone I'd like to criticize the show. I'm sure why not? 6108 50 09 90 Caller 12. Good luck. You'll get yourself a covert 1984, Mass tonight to make my way into the studio. We'll talk with economist Steve More Internal Church, Schlichter, John and I ever,.
"scougall" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"A little past seven o'clock. It's Tuesday, Thanksgiving week. In the year 2020 of our Lord. And why not? Because This year started out so well, why shouldn't have been this way. Sitting eastbound Scougall traffic, which has been apparently shut down for I'm told since Like the three o'clock hour this morning. Fast, Eddie. Telephone number 6108 50 09 90. I don't know if there's anybody else sitting in this with me this morning. But this is remarkable. I have been driving this route professionally into the city. Of course. Now I'm you know, out there in the country Hawk implement meeting area where studios right now. But I've been driving this route for over a decade. And I could tell you fast, Eddie that in over a decade, I've driven through snow and rain and yes, from traffic tie ups and some accidents and things like that. I've never sat in traffic. This tied up for this long ever. This is a historic first. This is the worst that I can remember in a while. I sat in on 76 in the same position once. I think it was. I don't know if it was 10 years ago, maybe Um, but it's It's infuriating. Why was infuriated, but I didn't let anybody pass me. Are people still trying to? Ah, go around the shoulders and turn around like do they bump into each? I gotta tell you what's funny is about, you know, an hour and a half ago, people were thinking Oh, I guess I'll just back up and turn around and drive up the shoulder the opposite direction of traffic and get out of it that way. And I always you know, I talk to you about that last hour. Like, where the hell did people think they're going to go with that? But now what I'm seeing is people are starting to pull off and just turn off their car because I'm fortunate. I just happened to have gassed up my car yesterday. But if you're one of those guys that likes coasting on fumes and you know, waiting to you get close to work to fill up your tank or after work. If you're running a little late, you didn't put gas in it. And then you hit one of these things. I'm not sure what you do. Do you just pull off in your car dies? I guess you got to shut it off to save gas. Right? If you have to. Oh, my gosh. He is there anything worse than the feeling of being stuck in traffic and you're on empty or near empty. Uh, no, because it's not like the triple A guy is coming just to you and this right? If you're if you're sitting in the back up Well, to make matters worse, I guess you could add another layer. If you had to go to the bathroom. That would don't be good, either. You know, that's the other thing. People get out of their cars and things like this, By the way, just for those of you who are too then and wonder what's going on. If I didn't fully explain this. Apparently, there was some kind of fatality accident on scruple eastbound. You think we're on the Gladwin? Exit school police found. Is that in your concert Hawkins fast, Eddie? Yes, that's where it happened. Yeah. So It's been back up, I guess slowly step because there's no you know, in the three o'clock hour in the morning on a scuba least, now there's no traffic. I've never There's literally nobody out here. So you know, even when there is an accident, it's light and so people usually get around it or the tie. It happens. It's it's short lived because they can clear it quickly. There's not a huge Back up. Whatever. So you know, in all the years that I've encountered accidents even when I've seen excellence, there's a fairly short lived. I mean, I've never It's never been an hour that I've ever sat in one, and we're well. Hmm. And coming off two of two heading into the king of pressure area. That's where I'm sitting. So I guess the line of traffic. You have a visual on it, I guess. Line of traffic is from Gladwin. Too well, at least The King of Prussia area where people are getting off of two of two and onto the Scougall. Now, If I notice we're here, I could have easily hopped on. You know, I could have, you know, hopped over there on, you know, I could have gone the other way Got on the Turnpike road and coming the other way, But I don't do that. Because There's no traffic at this time of day. But, yeah, I guess this accident has been Worked on. It's a fatality accident. Obviously anything particularly impressive about it. So other than I mean, look, I don't mean to sound disrespectful like it's a. It's a fatality accident, but I'm under my understanding is it's two cars. And it's been working since the three clock hour this morning. Like we're well over four hours of this accident scene. There's something exceptional about it that you're seeing. I'm seeing copters. Overheads. Are they showing you anything? I mean, just how massive the backup is, like, literally from Gladwin all the way through Conshohocken. I mean, if you just follow the expressway, and you look at the helicopter shot, it's It's impressive. I don't understand like what it is going on. Exactly. But here here, we said, so. That's what I'm in this morning. And yes, I get to wondering, uh, How people behave in things like this. Some people, you know, sit still, as I am. It's sitting But I got your phone, thankfully. So that gives you something to do and hopefully listening to the radio, which we very much appreciate or streaming us. By the way I stream through the speakers here in the car. I never get to sit and enjoy the station streamed through the phone in the car. That's a beautiful sound fast, Eddie. You should know that if you're ever in the car driving around 9, 90 answer dot com What.
"scougall" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"6 36. I wish I had an answer for this traffic tie up, Chris tickle sitting on beautiful. 76 East Scougall eastbound headed into the city today, which has been a parking lot for over two hours. Do do sadly, a fatality accident. So if you are sitting in this with me Thanks for keeping me company. It looks like several Several 100 of us. I don't know, maybe several 1000 of its backed Although it Gladwin Well from glad, when all the way back up, But he's bounced Google to King of pressure at least where I'm sitting in King of Prussia. I don't how much further back it goes. But Try to make my way in today, folks. My apologies for not being able to be there fast, steady at the helm, and I appreciate it still to come this morning, assuming I make it in, and I think I'm going to at some point I believe this won't stay forever. We'll have Steve more coming up at eight o'clock, our chief economist Colonel Kurtz. Schlichter has a brand new book out will talk with him as well. But in the meantime, rather than a vampire on the phone, we thought we'd at least let you hear some of our Reedus content like yesterday our conversation with Andrew See McCarthy, former federal prosecutor. We talk to them late in the show yesterday about you know his his criticism. He's been pretty candid about the Trump legal team. I know some of you have had it with Andy and Felix kind of coming out of coma. Never Trumper point of view. I pressed him on that, by the way, so if you didn't hear this interview, I think you'll you'll enjoy it or at least get a better. Clarification where Andy's mind is, is with it until Adelphia's Am 9 90 the answer. Yeah. Good morning. So I guess everybody read by Trump. Yes, Uh, essay before the election about what a disaster The bride administration would be, but You know? Look, Chris, I always think about I have two different hats, and I think we all probably wear multiple hats. I have a political View of the world, which is that you know the left. On having the left. Run the country is is bad for freedom and bad for the country in bed for American interests in a lot of ways, and then I have my lawyer hat. And I have always taken the position that He and I hope that I take the position because it Z right? That lawyer work is political in the sense that it shouldn't matter. If you have a lawyer who you trust who's reviewing legal issues as they come up It shouldn't matter what the lawyers politics are any more than it matters What your dentist politics or what? He works on your teeth. You know, there are legal issues that come up. And I don't allow them. I really work hard not to allow them to be colored by my Political disposition. Of the legal issues that have been raised here are very easy doesn't do we give me any joy to say that because the resolution of them means the outcome of the election is not the outcome of the election. I Wanted, but you know, there's something you could do about that. Sometimes you lose. That's part of the democracy. Any issue and I've talked over many, many months and years. Now I say this with total respect for your past in your history and what you've done and accomplished in your career, is it Is it possible that as you look at the legal community that exists today, particularly the federal level? Is it possible that it is just so rife with corruption and politization that it is? Off a shell of what it was when you actively participated in it, is it I don't I don't want to say it's naive. A naivete I want to say, is it that you Perhaps wish for it to have remained what you knew it to be, and versus what it actually is. Is that possible? Uh, you know, I think we've been damaged Chris, by, um Eight years of the Obama administration. Weaponizing. The criminal justice and intelligence apparatus so that you now in a certain category of cases. Have to pause and ask whether things are being done for political reasons rather than good legal reasons, and I don't think President Trump helped by four years. Doing what presidents aren't supposed to do, which is from the sidelines, saying, you know, this one should be prosecuted and that one should be prosecuted. And why isn't this one in cups? All right, you know, presidents are in Supposed to do that? Because that smacks of exactly the danger we're talking about, which is that legal decisions get made for political reasons, rather than legal ones, So I think in the category Cases that touch on politics. Things have gotten Drastically worth The only the only good thing I could say about it is that's a small slice. Of What lawyers the legal system. Prosecutors, the Justice Department deal with day in and day out. Unfortunately, it's a flight that's right in front of our eyes, So it kind of gives a distorted view of the whole and that I think so. And he let me focus on Pennsylvania specifically, and I kind of promised that I wasn't gonna wait into personality debates about Rudy and Sidney Powell and others because I think that's sort of a waste of time. So I wanted to say I want to specifically focus on the merits of what you and I have talked about before. And I don't think you've moved off of this. And I think you agree with Rudy on this and the president. There was no constitutional basis for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania or the secretary of state to change the rules of this election, and they did and in doing so they are in violation of the Constitution. Out whether a judge wants to hear that or not. Guess it's up to him or her. But is there any objective argument to be made that Pennsylvania is not crossways with the Constitution right now? Well, I don't think so, Chris, and that's why I've said a number of times. I thought the Supreme Court Should have taken that case. Here's the problem. The campaign has so There's a lot of jurisprudence. The proposition that a court doesn't have to entertain. Election case. Unless the claimed harm would have made a difference. So where Pennsylvania's particularly crosswise with the Constitution? Is on at least one and arguably two things. One is They permitted. Uh, voting to go on for three days, not the actual voting..
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"We'll share life. Hope you've got lots on your mind and things you want to ask her. And by the way, are we a zoo We have in the past with the book plates. I assume you'd be willing. I don't know if we've worked that out yet. But Cheryl in the past, you've offered your signature before. I bet we could arrange that. Have we done that fast? Eddy, Cue me and how we've done that in the past. Um, there's like a special link provided for our listeners to purchase and I put it on the actual comments of the event. They click that they buy it to take a screenshot said that too. Me and the publisher. Okay? They put a book. I bet we could make that arrangement for you tonight to share you be willing to sign a book plate? Absolutely. Okay. In fact, they printed these really cute book plates that have Planted written on it. Specialists for me and all it is. It's a free sticker and I consign and personalizing I'd like to say So. What? It's not like my signature is worth $1000, but but it's a great gift. Don't you love when you're getting a book if he also signed it, I think people just like to have that in that. I'm happy to do it. Publishable. Send it out for free. So yes, please. So we'll do that tonight on our Facebook page, Please. Please join our Facebook podcast broadcast tonight and share will make that happen. That's cool of you. Thank you. The Going forward when when we hear people on media cable news channels. It's a little lows to bring up names, but I'll do it in this case, Tucker Carlson Friday Thursday and into Friday. Lot of people got very upset with him that listen to this show, Tucker sort of called up Sidney Powell and suggested because she was unwilling to come on his show and present evidence. Of these voting machines rigging what she says are millions of votes. Um He says that they can't substantiate. She's she's provided no proof and sort of leaving the viewer with the impression that he doesn't believe her or something like that. She got a little you know. Noticeably irked by that the next morning on Maria Bartiromo show. I guess my question for you is Is that an odd new standard that cable news hosts or people on television now demand an attorney coming present evidence to them like they're a judge or a court. Yeah. I mean, I think rational skepticism is healthy thing, particularly when equally applied and neutrally applied. But I think the problem I see is two fold. Um, I have covered stories with with the blowers. I've had evidence. But I haven't wanted to put out there in advance of whatever I'm going to do with it, because I know the same thing. I know that those who are trying to disprove it. No matter how proven it is, will simply use that opportunity to make Hey, take it apart and in this environment created big propaganda swirl on the press around it, And in fact, a lot of people in disparaging, discourages and Near the people involved, So if that's what she's waiting to do, As a journalist. I'd sure like to see what she has up front. But from her viewpoint, I would be the same way I would be very circumspect about how I presented what I presented present and win. And then the second problem is The demand for the evidence, you know? The allegations again as I describe the way I understand the system working, Although I don't know about election law, the allegations were made up front with some incredible rational Areas toe what happened? You don't have all the evidence going and you can't because you can't walk into private property as Sidney Powell or Donald Trump. Start demanding that people tell you the truth and that hostile people give you a deposition and that you can collect forensic evidence that comes once you've convinced the judge that you have something perhaps to look at. And that is some of Chris's conversation with Cheryl Atkinson. Christy back with me, sir. A pound. Yes, thanks for city. It is coming up on 6 30 against it is right at 6 30 on Philadelphia's am 9 90 the answer. I am on the Scougall eastbound that king of pressure sitting in what I'm told has been.
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"As we try to navigate this, but I feel they should start off the top of the show and tell you what's happening. This must be one horrible accident. I don't know if you see anything on TV about it, or maybe butter was have an update coming up, but Like whatever this is. I'm guessing it must be tragically a fatality because you don't You don't shut down the Scougall eastbound for Well, they certainly has been an accident scene for well over four hours. They've had the eastbound Scougall shut down for an hour and a half. So I would guess It's pretty bad. Well, yes, just really reading the story from the ABC and Philly here to vehicle crash shut down. A portion of the Scougall Expressway Tuesday morning crash happened around 3:30 a.m. in the East bound lanes. You're the Gladwin exit. That's near me like Gladwin's new Roxborough. One time all lanes of the highway. We're blocked in the area. Eastbound lanes of the expressway are currently closed in that area. Traffic is backed up from 202 to the approach to the blue room. Said five Wow yeah. Well, that's way back then. Yeah. All right. 5 30. Supposedly police were expected to open some of the lanes. Oh, my gosh. All right, So this back up so I'm sitting roughly King of Prussia. You're telling me that they're shut down all the way from the blue room Picking of pressure? Yes. Oh, well, uh so you might be doing the rest of the show today that city Oh, um, but I literally have never. I mean, in all the years I've been driving this route. Like I've I've been stuck in some traffic and I've been stuck in some accidents, but I I've never seen one that's lasted this long ever. Particularly this time of day. So okay. Well, this makes things for an interesting show this morning. So what we decided we're going to do for now, anyway, until we know a little more..
Crash shuts down portion of Schuylkill Expressway in Philadelphia
"To vehicle crash shut down. A portion of the Scougall Expressway Tuesday morning crash happened around 3:30 a.m. in the East bound lanes. You're the Gladwin exit. That's near me like Gladwin's new Roxborough. One time all lanes of the highway. We're blocked in the area. Eastbound lanes of the expressway are currently closed in that area. Traffic is backed up from 202 to the approach to the blue room.
"scougall" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Still haven't really ascertained What happened, But, you know, at the time of day we come into work. I typically not my fault. I guess I typically don't look at traffic. Because there's very little traffic at the time of day we come it generally. You know? Yeah, that's that I would not think right now would be the time that there be a traffic jam. Well, I typically don't look at traffic and traffic's never an issue. Uh, and I as I come in every day from stately Stig Old Manor on 202, and then I hop on the scruples as I do all the time, sometimes from feeling Wiley, their king of pressure. I'll hop on the Turnpike wit. I saw no backup, no indication of any kind of issue. And I round the curve there at two of dude off on this kugel and their standstill traffic and I think, Well, that's not good. This must be a new accident. No, Apparently, it's not a new accident, which I still to this. They can't figure this out. But the reports are this accident on the Scougall eastbound has been at a standstill for The accident's been there for four hours. And they've had the entirety of eastbound Scougall shut down. Uh, I guess just past King of precious since, uh Proud and now and a half ago. So like 4, 30 ish. This morning. They shut them eastbound Scougall, just basking in pressure. So Yeah, that's that's what I'm sitting in this morning. And I don't know exactly quit when they intended. But the most interesting thing about the human condition fast. Eddie is People seem to think that they're going to turn around and drive out of this and I can we discuss that for a minute? I'm sure in your days in Philly Maybe on the expressway or the school or wherever you might find a traffic jam or an accident. Have you seen this phenomenon where after traffic has stood still for a time jackasses think that they're going to leave the line of traffic turn around and drive against Traffic up the shoulder as if to escape what we're sitting in. Have you seen that? Oh, yeah, That's why I started doing the I actually come out into the shoulder to prevent that from happening. Cause I get so infuriated by it. Where do people think they're going doing that? Does that work? Very seldom, you have to be You have to be like Speed Racer if it's going to work The only time where it is employed fully successfully, and you can get around. Everybody is when you're on a motorcycle that's pretty much in good. And then inevitably what happens is emergency vehicles start right, rolling up showing up. And they'd block Shoulders so people can't do that. And then you've got a bunch of jackasses. Driving. The wrong way up the shoulder sitting still now being forced to turn around and wedge themselves back into the standstill line of traffic. It just makes things abundantly worse. Now again in what universe? Do you think it makes sense? Well, I'm in such a hurry. By God. I'm just going to turn my car around and drive it the wrong way up the shoulder like We all don't. None of us want to be sitting in this fast, Eddie. None of us want to be here right now. That would hope not s O. Is there someplace that those people Have to be. I mean, unless your wife's in labor something is there some place those people think they've got to be that we don't That's what always amazes me is that they think So you know how they keep saying We're all in this together throughout the entire pandemic. We're all in this together. Well, I mean, when you are in that situation, you are literally all in that together. There is no Especially when the shoulders are blocked by emergency vehicles from the accident. I mean, really, I really I want to stop people and say, Where do you think you're going? And why do you think it's so much more important than everyone else? But sitting here with you? Exactly. I mean, I like it better be a really good Excuse. S so anyway, folks. I guess this is a long winded way to say to you. I would assume it's some point they will let traffic flow. I'm not gonna be one of those guys that turns around and tries to drive up the shoulder out of this, So I sit and I wait. Um, we have a great show for you today. Assuming I get there to it. I'm really not that far from it. Once I get out of this, we get Colonel Kurt Schlichter on the day, right? Yeah. And our chief economist Steve Moore will be with us now. Both of those guys Excuse me are in the eight o'clock hour today, so It's really bad. If I'm not there two hours from now. But we're gonna have an interesting morning as we try to navigate this, but I feel they should start off the top of the show and tell you what's happening. This must be one horrible accident..
"scougall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So overcome with emotion that I gave her a hug. Worry not only about her But I worry about the other workers. I've talked to a lot of restaurant owners this week, and they're worried about their team members as well. They're worried about how many, if any, they can actually keep paying. Through this next and latest shutdown. They're worried about how they will be able to keep their businesses open. And now those workers will be ableto feed their families. I share that concern. This is an extraordinarily tough, tough time. This is a very difficult pill to swallow mayor telling it like it is there. It was just pretty powerful, you know, and it's it's worth noting that you know is we talked about yesterday She and the governor were at odds over the closing of indoor dining. One of the metrics that the governor has used has been the positivity rate. Dina Baird did a wonderful story. I tweeted it out. It's on my Facebook. If you want to see it was really insightful. Because there's been some controversy about the positivity rate, whether that truly is a good barometer of case counts and transmission rates, etcetera. She went and talked to Doctors from several local hospitals. Say, OK, what is the metric you guys use to predict what your capacity is going to look like in two weeks? What your staffing is going to look like a question. Is it positivity rate? And their point wass. The state uses a different type of positivity right so and if you go and get tested three times in a week or two Each of those gets counted by the state. Versus the city uses the positivity rate one person one. One number. So, so That's why the city's barometer of a positivity rate is lower than the states. Doesn't make sense to me that you account someone three times. If they got three tests in a week or so that it doesn't make sense it and the doctor's pointed out, they thought the city's method of clocking the positivity rate was probably a better barometer than the states. Now to be clear. You know, everyone's trying to do the best they can understand a very complex situation. And I don't know how apart How much of a difference that makes? You know, it's half a percentage point of percentage point, etcetera. We can't quarrel with the fact that Ah, the number of people hospitalized, the number of people in intensive care, and the number of people dying in Illinois is going back up. But that positivity metric is an interesting one. And you can see that full story to Scougall, WG and medical watch. You go to my social media couple stories out there today about the positivity and whether or not that is a good measure or not. We have to do the mayor Peak Aw, from Orland on with us earlier. He was saying he got a hold of data from the Illinois Department of Public Health specifically for DuPage that showed that the outbreaks linked back to settings the actual place where the contraction of the virus occurred. Or the Well, you got it from somebody there. A 75% of them were assisted living nursing homes or long term care facilities and you had to go 10% was food Production manufacturing workplace one point to church 1.0.9. Retail 0.8 you had to go down to get to restaurants is 0.5% of the cases in terms of the surge, the second wave to find you know where the folks were getting it in Russia. Just say All of this is a really imprecise science, though, because that's like I would think about last year. You know, we're two years ago. You get the flu. Could you say for certain where you got it? I got it from my kid because he was in daycare. Nobody find people, you know, Because my co worker sneezed on my keyboard. I'd say in nursing homes. You kind of know what and I say it work. You kind of know, because people you know, I'll talk. There's some things you write that become less specific, But I'd say that top tier of sort of 75 85% or so it's pretty solidly. You're pretty. You're pretty close to it. If you know you're a nursing home, and you get 10 people That's like that. Hey, do we have time just real quick to play the really powerful call from yesterday because it speaks to your larger point about. Let's take this seriously. This is important. It is real and it is impacting people. One of the most powerful calls have heard on air. Ben came yesterday out of the blue from Bill and I C u Nurse. Here's some of what he said. Let's hear from Bill. Go ahead, Bill. You're on WG and let's hear from you tonight. You know in cancer, then I think I've worked all but Reach outside the cove. You this pandemic started. And I would just tell everybody that seems to happen and almost explosions. My last full shift about we had 20 covert admits. And the danger with this is to give me a real scenario. You've got somebody that needs your help that is in risk of being ventilated. And all the sudden you get 20 admit people that require supplemental oxygen. And instead of having 121122 care with that vented patient in another critical patient now suddenly I have three or four I get diluted because we're the end Open a separate unit. It's already full from a group double occupancy way to take one of the wings of our emergency department, which have negative pressure rooms. And in the one we had six people admitted that it can happen fast and so far is being overwhelmed. Effects, not just the nurses, not just the doctors, but the full bottom is the cleaning staff and it can happen. I'm telling you just because it happened to us a couple nights ago. Where all of the sudden it's ram o, and they just roll in it. So I have no like Herman epidemiological standpoint. Why that it seems to happen like that, But it can happen fast and you can get steamrolled with this stuff. So I just think people you're not going to stop it. So political now I had a denier in the other night Who? Who's like?.
"scougall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Idea Scougall plane or wherever podcasts are available. These are the things we're going to do. And by the way, you know in those debates as per usual, you can rely on Donald Trump. To engage in distortions and basically lied to the American people. So let's be clear about this. Joe Biden will not increase taxes on anyone who makes less than $400,000 a year put airy, but he will, though. That's the thing Welcome back to the show Dana last dot com But he will, though. They always say. That well under the bind Harris planets actually the rich people they're going to pay more. No, actually the majority of households this has been gone over. I know quite frequently, but I This is me. I'm like, I'm gonna look at it and I'm going to see I actually want to see What What's the What's the What's the actual plan? Because when you look on his website They make it sound really good, right? They make it sound like a lot of people are going to get some free stuff and it's you know, you're not really gonna have any responsibility, and I mean it's Here's the thing, though. His tax plan is going to reduce the GDP over the long term. It's not going to do a lot to help anybody. You're all gonna get your taxes raised. I mean, that's all there is to it. They have said that they're going to raise taxes from day one. They've said it. There's there's a million different six ways to Sunday. They have said that they're going to raise taxes. Here's the other thing that they this plan's going to Dio. And they keep saying that this is going to be a big boom. They're repealing a trump tax cuts. I actually think the trump tax cuts need to go lower. I mean, I think that they needed to go lower. I was I was pleased that they reduced cap gains and all the sudden But you know what happened was that and permanent. I wanted to add that to you and make it permanent. But what that what happened was business has started hiring like crazy and we had more people employed and therefore more taxpayers. Therefore, more revenue coming in to the government. This was a positive thing. Lowering taxes. Is not some sort of deficit it does. That's not how it works. That's not how it works at all. Not how it works at all. So the Yes, he's going And he says, Oh, it's only going to be households, he says. I'm going to raise taxes the rich, you're going to pay more. Gonna raise taxes on people earning over 100 over $400,000. So it's only gonna be But OK, so how is that going to affect households that earn under $400,000? And that's one of the things that I cannot. I was Marseilles. Kamala Kamala. Just damn it. Let me save people is what I want. They were going back and forth over that at the debate, and I was looking at some of my notes from that they were they were going back and forth over that from the debate. But the thing is, is that Unless your household income and it's been figure to be about $45,000. There's a 90% chance that you're going to have your taxes raised. Yeah, I didn't. I didn't mess that up. That's actually like what it says. That's actually the math. They said your your taxes, we're going to go up. Regardless. They It's going to raise taxes and and over 95% of households will get a tax increase if that becomes law. So about almost 83% of American households will have a tax increase. This comes from the warden budget model at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. They hate Trump, by the way. Oh, I know you went to Wharton. They don't like him. They've been pretty public about it. Pretty public about it. So They did this they were looking at as at the Biden Harris tax agenda. They released this last month, and they look it was a comprehensive analysis. And they They said that this this is exactly how much it's going to Cost everybody Trillions. Of dollars in taxes. And their official at their official. This is again warden at University, Pennsylvania. Unless your household income is less than 45,600. Approximately there is more than a 90% chance. That you will have your taxes raised by Joe Biden going doing the math of their exact plan. Wow. So that's and that's what That's what a lot of economists are saying. And it's not, and it's also for small business. It's not just like you know that it's it's Ah lot of people, not I was actually looking to pull this up, is actually looking at the The small business how that's actually going to affect small businesses. And it's quite a lot. I mean the small business deductions. There's a number of things that there they said that they're going to raise thie. They're going in pass through deduction taxes and small businesses. Will be raised. This is one of the pieces that ended up There was a mention of this in New York Times. I mean, you're when you repeal tax cuts and you repeal Tax cuts on business is also especially small businesses. That costs has to be transferred somewhere. Where does that cause cocaine goods and services and everything else. They're about 30 million pass through entities in the United States. And this is the small business council. SPD council dot org's..
"scougall" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And of course it did. They wrote very well of him and everybody likes him. Is that correct? Yes. He must have been a remarkable man because even to this day today in 2015 I meet people who tell me the family stories that they have of the ancestor who met Lafayette and how charming and loving he Waas. This is an 18th century celebrity. This only there's no other way to T to figure this out because It's true, no matter where he goes, people give him food. They stare around them have him sign signed documents for them. All right, he recovers, and he's back into action in 17 77 with with George Washington. He rejoins and there's going to be more action. That year. We're headed to Valley Forge, which begins in late 77 into 78. There will be more action, he rejoins Washington he becomes at this point disenchanted with Valley Forge with the way he's treated now. Washington is surrounded by young men. Does Lafayette have difficulty relating to the others? I'm thinking of Hamilton, for example, he's actually becomes very good Friends with Hamilton Hamilton spoke French fluently. He learns French when he was living in the Caribbean. And so Hamilton actually translated some of Lafayette early letters for him. All right. And then they have others figures in the Continental army who believe that Lafayette is a way to drive a wedge between the Congress and Washington. And you relate one incident. This happens in the winter of 78 there at Valley Forge. A man by the name of Conway proposes to invade Canada and they're going to draft Lafayette to lead it because they're invading French Canada. What did these conniver Sze make of Lafayette? What did they think they could do with him? I think they thought that they could use him. They thought that his naive tae. His optimism was so unbounded that they could actually lure him over to their side and help them in their goal, which was to oust Washington. They knew Washington liked him as an Did they know that Lafayette along with Hamilton, all the other young men around him all treated Washington is their father figure that it was obvious to them. Yes, This isn't 21st century psychology, but they they had an understanding that Washington and his boys Yes, They certainly did. Alright. They send Lafayette off to Albany, Albany and winter. This must have been appalling. A worse than Valley Forge. And there is no invasion. There's barely an army. Nothing's goingto happen. He's disappointed and he wants to come back to Washington. What is Washington make of him At this point? You know Washington. It's a wonderful passage. These letters between Lafitte in Washington this period and I think some of the most moving letters that I read. Lafayette writes to Washington and says this and they've lured me away under false pretenses. And he realized he's realizes slowly. Lafayette does. That He's been lured away precisely to be used against Washington and Lafayette says that he's sorry and he's embarrassed. And Washington basically says Don't be There is reason to celebrate Come the spring of 78. The Franco American Treaty of Alliance is signed, which means no longer to the French have to hide the fact that they're supporting the American Revolution. It's signed in February, but they don't hear about things for six or eight weeks in America. And the news travels as quickly as it can. There's a celebration and I you feature that celebration. The French are all happy that the crown has come in on their side. There's a lot of back slapping at this point. Washington is now going to take advantage of this. Of this advantage of this turn with the French coming in because he believes that how is retreating from Philadelphia? He's going to give Lafayette his own command. This is critical to understand. This is the first time I think Lafayette's been in the field by himself. Correct. He's going to do everything that Washington tells him not to do, including make a camp so that How learns where he's camped and puts together an ambush here again. You have to have to explain Lafayette's luck. He should have been trapped. He should have been surrounded and captured his his command should have been wiped out. All correct, and it didn't happen. We don't have an explanation. This is at the battle of Baron Hill, Other treat at Baron Hill outside of Philadelphia. And exactly as you say, Washington had explicitly said to Lafayette, Please go and find out what the British are up to you. But do you ever you do Don't stay in one place too long. And don't make your camp anyplace visible. And of course he does both of these things Courting danger. At every count. It seems He escapes thanks to American Indians, Native Americans than Oneida Clan, which is part of the six nations and this is the beginning of Lafayette's romance with American Aborigines. And maybe the French romance. Maybe it was love fired himself because they fight. They helped them him Retreat. They should never have gotten out of this. And they did. They found a pathway back to the Scougall across the Scougall and Washington takes him back in. Everybody looks at him as very incapable commander. But Lafayette's bounciness comes back. He takes him to the Battle of Monmouth, which is a near thing. Washington rescues that and again, Washington depends upon Lafayette's Candor. Can we say that Washington regards Lafayette is almost a a pair of eyes. He trusts him. So when he brings when when he writes to Washington, please come rescue US. Washington rides immediately. Yes, absolutely. That's the Battle of Monmouth in which General Lee ends up behaving so abominably. That that lot of Washington actually sends Lafayette in to rescue the day. The French are arriving, however, soon enough and the French fleet is and when we come back, the French fleet arrives and our hero Lafayette has reason to believe he's been successful. But he's going to come up against his seniors before he travels back to France. The book is the Marquis Lafayette Reconsidered. Luck. Luck luck. Laura Riccio is thie author. I'm John. This is John Bachelor. Thanks to my partner's at stalag dot com. Global Technology Lead looked a pillar to post coverage of the Democratic.