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White House defends Trump remark on 99 percent of virus cases
"The the White White House House says is it defending remains another against of president a national trump's mandate questionable ordering claims Americans about to the virus wear masks pandemics calling impact it a state on to state Saturday matter the president again some governors downplayed like New the Jersey danger Democrat of virus Phil cases Murphy wanted ninety nine national percent strategy of that which includes requiring masks are totally harmless Murphy says the that nation's goes only against as science strong as that its does weakest not reflect link the suffering New Jersey of millions is seeing of a virus small patients virus spike or the as fact residents that return the virus from can hot be spread spots to the more vulnerable but at the White House while certainly the FDA's a chief declined national mandate yesterday to is defend is not the in president's order chief statement of staff White mark meadows House chief tells of staff fox mark and meadows friends the this administration morning did is on leading fox governors and friends and the mayors the vast to weigh majority in of people Sager are safe from make this ani White Washington House press secretary Kaylee McEntee told fox the president was saying most people who get the virus will recover Sager mag ani Washington
White House again rejects national mask mandate calls
"The White House says it remains against a national mandate ordering Americans to wear masks calling it a state to state matter some governors like New Jersey Democrat Phil Murphy wanted national strategy that includes requiring masks Murphy says the nation's only as strong as its weakest link New Jersey is seeing a small virus spike as residents return from hot spots but at the White House certainly a national mandate is is not in order chief of staff mark meadows tells fox and friends the administration is leading governors and the mayors to weigh in Sager make ani Washington
Children are among the victims of July 4 weekend gun violence across the US
"Was a really violent one or in terms of shootings, gun violence in a number of cities across the country are going to break down some of the numbers just to give you an idea and, unfortunately included small Children. Across the country. A seven year old girl in Chicago shot in the head while she was playing with some friends. On Saturday. A 14 year old killed in a separate Chicago shooting Washington D. C. 11 year old boy shot and killed while running into the house to grab a phone charger. At least 24 people were shot in Atlanta on Saturday into Sunday evening for them died, including an eight year old girl. Who was driving in a car with her mom and a friend, and it has people like the mayor of Atlanta. Very, very concerned. We're fighting the enemy was in Well, we're shooting each other up on our streets in that sitting shot and killed a baby That is Atlanta Mayor Key shit. Lance bottom. She held a press conference after the shooting to talk about the tragedy. And if I'm not mistaken, Christina's she also at one point in time with in the past recent weeks. Talked about the need to defund the police department as well. Right? This is happening in other cities, this movement, obviously to defund the police department. And if you talk to police unions, they say that you know, morale is at an all time low among police department. That's awesome Video out of New York, where 11 people were shot and killed over the weekend of NYPD car rolling through a neighborhood as people just like tossed bottles at it, and the officers did not get out of the car. So apparently they disbanded this anti crime unit and a lot of the officers are retiring. There just their morale is low, and the union at least says This is part of the reason why we are seeing this crime spike that people are criminals are emboldened to come out because they know that they probably won't be arrested. Here's another audio clip from mayor Bottoms from Atlanta, talking about the passion that she sees right now towards ending community violence that she has seen towards police reform. Do you want people to take a seriously? You want. You don't want us to lose his movement that we we can't can't lose lose each each other. other. Here's Here's one one more more clip clip from from their their bottoms bottoms from from Atlanta. Atlanta. This This random random Wow! Wow! Wow, Wow, Wes, Wes, shoot shoot him him up. up. Because you can It's gotta stop. It has to stop. But the problem is when you talk about like New York City, and they pull all of those officers off the streets, and you talked about the increased they've had a 200% increase in shootings, 116 shootings took place in New York since officers were reassigned. That was in June 15th. To July 2nd, that same number that same time for him last year. 38 shootings 1 16/38 right one year and you know they've talked and in the cities where they're talking about defending the police. They've talked about putting other community safety professionals in place that hasn't happened and if it did I don't know if you want to send them out if people are shooting, no, especially if they're unarmed, So they're just Yeah, it's an issue. It's an issue that we're seeing. And there's a cause and effect here. Yeah, we wanted to bring you just some of the headlines making Ah, making news this morning in Atlanta in Chicago and in New York out to
White House rejects national strategy on masks
"The White House is again rejecting calls for a national mandate on wearing masks chief of staff mark meadows says president trump sees it as a state to state matter telling fox and friends the administration's leading governors and the mayors way in new Jersey's governor says he would like to see a national virus strategy that includes a mask requirement Democrat Phil Murphy says his state's seeing a small spike from residents coming back from virus hot spots at the nation is only as strong as its weakest link but the White House has been resisting a federal mask mandate all along vice president pence said last week wearing one needs to be a personal choice we're gonna continue to respect the right of every American solder mask ani Washington
Trump claims 99 percent of virus cases harmless
"Over the holiday weekend president trump made another in a series of statements downplaying the virus pandemic severity on July fourth at the White House the president touted a boost in testing saying more than forty million people have been tested by so doing we showcases ninety nine percent of which are totally harmless that flies in the face of both science and the American death toll of roughly one hundred thirty thousand asked on CNN yesterday to defend the president's claim FDA commissioner Stephen Holland declined saying the data show a serious problem and people need to take it seriously Sager mag ani Washington
13 injured in Brooklyn, New York fire
"Fire this morning in Brooklyn. Total of 13 injuries. A 12 year old, a 50 year old are in critical condition after the blaze in Flatbush, and that is where we find 10. 10 wins. Reporter Samantha Leave in. Good Morning, Sam. Yes, And And this this fire fire broke broke out out around around two two this this morning morning on on the the top top floor floor of of 30 30 Linden Linden Boulevard. Boulevard. Neighbors Neighbors heard heard one one resident resident crying crying for for help. help. Mom came out and she was time for help. Like my kid is dying. My house is on fire. That woman's 12 year old is now in critical condition. The two alarm fire took it about an hour to put out 200 firefighters, the flames so intense it blew out windows. There was fire coming out like you could see it. A piece of the window felon, My kids niece. And she has a big laceration to her arm. That she was taken to the hospital. Five firefighters were also injured because still under investigation.
Mona Lisa back at work, visitors limited, as Louvre reopens
"Paris's Louvre museum which houses the world's most famous portrait has reopened after a full month coronavirus looked down before the pandemic as many as fifty thousand people per day told the news in the past yes someone else with the bulk of it is coming from overseas led by travelers from the U. S. now the Mona Lisa may be back in business the face masks are a must reservations required on visitor numbers shave museum director Gianluca Martinez expects just seven thousand visitors on the first day he says it's been an emotional time for the teams preparing for this we have opening I'm Charles de Ledesma
Britain pays tribute to National Health Service on 72nd Birthday.
"People across the UK joined in a round of applause on Sunday to mark the seventy second anniversary of the free to use National Health Service one of the country's most cherished institutions, the reverence with which it is held has been bolstered this year during what is being Europe's deadliest corona virus outbreaks though the UK as a whole has a confirmed virus death toll of forty, four, thousand, two, hundred, twenty, the third highest in the world behind the United States and Brazil the chess and everyone who works within it in whatever capacity have been lauded for their work and care. Created by the Labor government after World War Two, in nineteen, forty, eight by bringing together the nation's disparate health institutions, the NHS's founding principles have never changed funded by everyone through the tax system. It provides free healthcare to any UK resident when needed. Prince Charles said the NHS that been through the most testing time in its history, and it was right for the whole country to come together to pay tribute to everyone who works within it after coming down with corona virus himself and spending three nights in intensive care Prime Minister Boris. Johnson credited NHS workers with saving his life, and his insisted it get whatever resources it needs. The main Labour Party opposition said the NHS has been starved of funding for the past decade during the government's austerity drive. Overnight many of the country's major sites, including the houses of parliament and the arch at Wembley, stadium England's National Soccer Stadium lit up in blue to remember all those who died during the pandemic. And before the weekend, soccer matches, players joined in with a round of applause.
Need WiFi? Park in front of the Port O'Connor, Texas library
"Know how vital it is to get a WIFI signal. Especially during these pandemic times, some people are getting more creative about it than others. One of them might be Julian jeans. She lives in L. A., but she's hiding out right now in Port O'Connor Texas where WIFI singles are at a premium Julian. Tell everybody what you're doing. Everybody thanks for having me on your podcast Geoff so Why is a struggle? You know during the Hanjin because of we were having issues because we're a media company and their files are big, and also we do live streaming filmmaking classes, so we actually would go to the library. In Puerto Connor. That's hiding out and The library was closed for a while, so we had to sit outside and luckily import a corner. They have set up a couple of chairs, plastic chairs that lean back and a little debt, and they also have a blood outside, so it's awesome that libraries. Has You know a Free Wifi for everyone twenty four seven, so that's in a lifesaver because Puerta. Context is a lot of people. Don't know that it's right by the Gulf of Mexico so where we have our. Getaway House and they're actually zero. Available where we're located, so we have to go. Outside the very set up with our computers are hard drives, you know live streaming, phone act and just to outside and and make them. Work for US Okay I've seen the photos that you guys sent me of you guys hanging out in front of the Librarian. They so cute really but come on. How much do you Miss Wi fi in the home I missed it quite a bit because it. It takes a while just to drive you know to. The library is closed and you have to go to the restroom. That is an issue. and we've had to be creative about that as well Yeah, so I I do miss you know fast Internet especially because we have a still making community and so just being able to. Post our classes and keep up with our community and you know be active on social media. Everything dies down about fifty percent because we just don't have that quick access anymore. Well. We mine strain. filmmaking classes at eleven eleven Pacific Standard Time Monday through Friday and our Fox sports filmmaking academy group. It's community led class, so if anybody can volunteer to be a teacher and teach their passion Since I'm in charge of it and if we don't have a volunteer, teacher out will be teaching the class. I my stream from outside the library. I'm very vocal about where that, just in case, the connection is bad and people don't see me as usual setups, which is back at our La. House and we have our big monitors there. We have a seamless backdrop. You know we have kind of Nice lighting, but now I'm just outside the library and I just want to keep the community gulling. Keep people learning. You know through the panic. Now's the time to learn. Now's the time to connect with your community and get cross going. So you know I said, rain or shine WIFI fire or not. I will stream or classes from anywhere, and it works best the library we have unlimited a WIFI streaming.
Australia to shut state border as Melbourne infections surge
"And New South Wales, two of the country's most populous are shutting their joint border to contain a resurgence of Corona virus infections in Victoria. It's the first border closures since the Spanish flu pandemic a century ago. Officials in the Victorian capital Melbourne have placed nine public housing estates with 3000 residents in lock down. This man's mother is one of them. There is no consideration for a ll the people people that like our mother, who's about 75 years. Of H in a dark ation is medication. Of course on we kind of have access to her. Yes, we understand 19 but not this right. This restrictions on just look down could be better than this. British museums galleries
Kanye West says he's running for president
"West for president makes us faster in a tweet, the wrapper says. We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God unifying our vision and building our futures. I am running for president of the United States. Hashtag Vision 2020 Thea Now nce mint has hundreds of thousands of Retweets, of course, his wife and potential first lady Kim Kardashian, West retweeted him, But the real endorsement is from Elon Musk Space X and Tesla's CEO says you have my full support. Late last year. West said he would make a run for the White House in 2024. But according to the Federal Election Commission website, there is one con game West registered for this year. But the name listed is unsuited for radio.
Rocket fired toward US Embassy in Iraq injures child
"A townhall dot com A rocket aimed at Baghdad's fortified Green Zone home of the U. S embassy has struck a residential house and injured a child. Iraqi military say the latest rocket was launched from Baghdad and landed next to a house close to a local TV station. Iraqi security forces. So they also thwarted another attack north of Baghdad, aiming to hit a training base used by U. S led coalition forces. A recent spate of rocket attacks have struck close to the US Embassy and targeted American troops in Iraqi bases. Thie uptick in attacks come shortly before Iraq about some strategic talks with the U. S. In which the presence of
121 University of Washington students test positive for coronavirus
"University of Washington students living in fraternity houses have tested positive for covert 19. Nine states hit record numbers of cases as Phoenix sees a surgeon
The Latest:Phoenix mayor says virus test shortage a 'crisis'
"The spring surges in corona virus cases in many spots around the country president trump continues to strike an optimistic tone on the pandemic when that's not always echoed by members of his coronavirus task force we've made a lot of progress our strategy is moving along well the White House fourth of July celebration president trump hailed frontline workers in the corona virus pandemic as well as the rapid progress of scientists and researchers and will likely have a therapeutic and door vaccine solution long before the end of the year but food and drug administration chief Steven Hahn wouldn't make the same commitment Sunday I can't predict when a vaccine will be available and appearing on ABC's this week he says yes we are seeing unprecedented speed for the development of a vaccine bye we will make a decision based upon the data and science on a vaccine with respect to the safety and effectiveness of that vaccine Ben Thomas Washington
In July 4th speech, Trump slams China for Covid-19; vows to defeat 'radical left'
"Trump on what's usually a day of unity for politicians making speeches used the July 4th celebration to also talk about his detractors for hundreds of invited guests in the White House. South lawn music, vintage military aircraft flyovers, prays for America and a list of enemies. President Trump says the nation's fighting the radical left. The marks is the anarchists to the not socially distanced crowd. With few masks in a pandemic, China must be held fully accountable with record daily covert cases and higher deaths. We've learned how to put out the flame, accusing the media of slandering many of those who perished. Fighting for freedom in the civil War. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News in
President Trump holds July 4 celebration at White House
"A different year of Independence Day weekend events in our nation's capital, President Trump hosting a celebration on the South Lawn of the White House officials enforcing mask wearing, but there was little social distancing beaches that would normally be packed for the holiday. Closed in California, Texas and Florida.
Should a Christian Drink Alcohol?
"All Week we have been trying to answer listener's question on whether a Christian can drink alcohol. We've seen already that. In the first century. They did drink alcohol to kill dysentery. We've seen that that Christians can drink without it. Being a sin, and the proof of it is that Jesus Christ himself drank alcohol, and it was could have been assumed because I cannot sin. The question we want to address today is should a Christian drink. Alcohol and I think that there's two things to view with this one. The context if a person is drinking alcohol in the their own home, and they feel they have that liberty and they are not given over to drunkenness. That might be fine. However, we do see precautions in scripture that if someone is around you, that would be struggling with alcohol use than you should refrain. This is one of the reasons I think it is in bad taste for Christians online to be posting of their alcohol drinking. Even if they believe it is a liberty I believe that it could cause others to stumble, and we should have such love for fellow brothers and sisters that we wouldn't want to do anything that would cause them to struggle. My pastor once had someone that left a bottle of champagne in his refrigerator. Refrigerator, we moved into a house and just having it. There Cause someone to stumble. He poured that out. Put it into a brown paper Bag, took it all the way to dump and threw it out there, so he would never 'cause to stumble again. We should take such precautions when it comes to our brothers.
Jada Pinkett Smith's Alleged Relationship With August Alsina
"We had aside scandal allegedly. Claims. Jada, Pinkett Smith or read saying absolutely not true but August didn't get the memo. He had a lot to say on Andrew Louise Youtube show. I actually sat down. With will and had a conversation. He gave me his blessing. And I I totally. Gave myself to that relationship for years of my life. Okay so again. Jason Eyeing it, but if it was true, you have a situation like that like. How would you approach someone spouse if he wanted to have relationship with their wife or husband? Hunter I feel like you've been in this situation before you tell us what you did. They you for assuming that I would have more than. One person interested in me. Let alone multiple. I. You know what there is something I think there is obviously there's been rumors for a long time that they've had an open relationship. It's not a big deal. It's visitors other relationships in Hollywood where these same rumors are very true, people you know in love and you might not be where it's just common. I think my theory is for will Smith and he's kind of talked about it before, but he doesn't like. Like failing and things, and so the idea of a second divorce, is he that his all is his biggest failure ever? The idea of having another divorce was way worse, then the idea of having an open relationship if it works them allegedly. This is my opinion, not sure who knows that's that's I. think that this is okay for them. It's not okay for everybody, but it allegedly might be okay for them. We talk about celebs all the time I mean. There were married couples I. think that we were talking about. That lived in different houses. That Before I. Think Julianne Have Split with her husband they were. Sleeping separately there are a lot of people in marriages have dynamic sat. Mainstream people would feel like it's taboo, but I feel like if it works for you, it's really up to no one else to judge so whether Jada had this affair or relationship with August or not. I really feel like is their business, and if we'll are happy and solid, can make money together have a healthy family and their unbothered by far be it for me to be bothered by it. Absolutely I agree with both of you wholeheartedly. Wholeheartedly, I mean these people have been married since nineteen ninety-seven. They have figured out I. think she'd been quoted like. We have grown relationship. We know what works for us. and I think the fact that they've they're still married. They have two grown successful children like good for them. If she wants to do things on the side and he's okay with it is not our business as you said, Dina and we are not to judge.
"second house" Discussed on KNSS
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"second house" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The entire year that happens to be the case until January first meant to talk to you and we don't Hey it's going pretty well so when we start with the with the take that has launched a thousand thousand takes net is your take on it **** are the past few weeks there's been as widespread debate that was launched because you talked about the outline of **** at the federal level first of all you lay out your position what exactly federal law should be with regard to **** yeah I think well there's I mean there's there's there's two things are those what we could practically actually do and there's there's ideally what should be done I recognize that those two things or separate here because I I don't think there could be a federal law banning all **** right now especially with the worst record in decided on this I think that there's I think that there should be I like that the war just like with a portion of it like that as well but they can't because court I think what practically could be done are enforcing just like those no we really started this with the letter from the Republicans urging the department justice to just enforce obscenity laws that are on the phone you're a good step and then even even further things like you know an opt in option like some countries have the call your service provider opportunity one pornographic content segregate the content or separate part not dot XXL name things like that and and and things that you know requiring a maybe a to percent ID or something like that cation information on axis of material you'll be living your basic steps that would at a minimum protects children because that's been my focus with this is that children are exposed to this so much and your second house on them psychologically and emotionally instruments so many otherwise you know I I totally agree with this actually mean I wrote entire book back in two thousand five went largely ignored called fiction about the impact the **** was having on young men in particularly the desensitization of men to how women ought to be treated turning them into basically a series of of body parts as opposed to treat him as a listing human beings have this part of the generalized actual revolution so one of the things that has been puzzling man has been sort of the break down to me between conservatives and libertarians over this issue I consider myself more libertarian on governmental issues but I don't think that the government has no role to play in protecting children from **** and in fact I don't even think you need to make a a in anti libertarian case in our argue that **** has significant externalities particularly with Rick with regards to two children and and sort of puzzled why so many libertarians are anti cracking down on hardcore **** is distribution to kids under eighteen for example they are especially those who who would still I don't find somewhere conservative because the thing is obviously you know it if this case is being made thirty years ago anything like internet porn existed thirty years go look at us today and and their concerns of saying Hey we need to crack down on this everyone who call themselves server thirty years ago would at least take an argument seriously even though they would maybe not all have all agreed but but but the state now yep conservatives just recoiling in horror at the very notion of the government would do anything about it and that I find of certain I agree with you know there's there's been an interesting discussion out there you know the government to protect the common good there's about serving liberties in height and I think that's an interesting discussion and fascinating and and and we could have that but that debate but I think that we don't even need really to get into that because this if you focus on the fact that children are exposed to it and people like to say well you have your people consent that people choose to pursue this content they consent to sing it so there's no role for the government well I would say that children can not consent you know that's why we say that if a doll has such childish rape automatically matter what child said the child would not have the emotional and psychological Ashley to consent another child can't consent to be a second party participant in a sexual act I would say they can't consent on display as a witness so every time a child is exposed to **** I would say they're being essentially used by the person who put it on the internet knowing that a child can access now with this did lead to a broader debate in this one I think is actually pretty important inside the conservative movement right now between conservatives and libertarians over the role of government not again because of the views on **** unite agree on on the evils of **** but with regard to the role of government generally so I've contrast in the pastor called common good conservatism with rights based conservatism a lot of folks on the on the right these days we're talking about global common good conservatism basically the idea that the government exists to promote the common good to act as a teacher to act as a moral arbiter I've been very wary of that simply because I believe that the the best role for government is to stay pretty much out of everybody's life so far as you're not invading anybody else's rights and that the role of social institutions like churches to fill that gap that we ought to be strengthening the social institutions we are poor hearts and souls into doing that but the moment you grant government extra power to political do what you want then you are also granting the bad guys on the other side the power to use that power against you and much more fearful left is gonna use government power to invade the rights of religious people and to defend the rights of religious people yeah well I think the way that I would try to split the baby there is I I I I would agree with you that saying the government's primary role of one of its primary role to be a moral teacher that is a little troubling for I think obvious reason and so I understand that argument but at the same time I do think that the government's fundamental the foreman resume our Dominick this the reason why governments are instituted in the first place is to facilitate and preserve the common good and and and if if if we say well now it's about preserving right well put why why does it matter why why why should the government preserve right why do right well the only reason it matters is because it's good it's right that's that's so I would say that's part of the common good I don't I guess my point is I don't see how we separate right from the common good I think their their package deal and the good that is even more fundamental it lies beneath as a foundation for for human rights so that's I agree with you that the rights of the individual rights are part of the common good the problem is that when the government is in charge of both the common good in protecting individual rights the government is in conflict with itself all the time and so the the way the founders and I I believe drew this out was that the government was there to protect individual rights and social institutions were there to protect the common good I'm also very very doubtful that the government has the capacity to act in the interest of preserving for example religious values or or even conservatives social mores the government has actually done a horrible job of doing that in fact has invaded those social mores the more government U. grants of how it more how are you going to government to do that the harder that's gonna become particularly on the federal level and get to the local level I have some more crossover agreement with you yeah I think that is if it's a local government wants to go further than the national government does that make some sense given the fact that it's a more homogeneous community it's actually you can trust the government more at that level and you can when you're talking about a broad federal government when you grant the broad federal government a bigger government gun to go after stuff that is in the cortical common interest more likely than not that is going to be turned against the very people who require the protection namely religious communities yeah I guess I don't really just under concerning I guess what I what I would kind of agree with what most libertarians say which is the government has a role only when other people are being harmed so if you're doing something in your own home and and printable actual adults there's nobody else around on us being harmed by it then the government really has no role and and that's why I don't think the government acts like a church or or like an institution like that where the church does have something to say about the things you do even in your home no one else this article knew several things you think in your head obviously we don't want the government saying anything about that so yeah when I I think the government should step in and potentially what other people are being harmed by a particular act my only might different so a lot of libertarians is that they they seemed a very limited view sometimes all of what sorts of things harm other people and I would argue that **** all the children and not just because of that before the reason as well is is harmful is actually actively directly harmful to other people and that's why the government should step in the man just one second I want to move on to some of your thoughts on on the holidays coming up particularly Christmas every year we get a bevy of articles from folks on the left trying to hijack Christmas for whatever their perceived political purpose maybe we'll get to that in just one second first let's talk about the need to protect your data so here is the fact every so often in the news and there's a naked actress on it and not because they're in a movie it's because somebody hacked our phone all up sure the Scarlett Johannson phone I mean she's a famous actress while they had my phone because you have a credit card it on there or maybe they have other information that you have on there that you don't want them to have whatever it is why would you want a real time your data you don't use express a VPN I talk about express you get a lot you know it's important get it but maybe have an active because again you don't think people to target you wrong everyone wants their info tech government actors so why.
"second house" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Of only two house Democrats to vote against the impeachment enquiring Jersey governor Phil Murphy says he's putting politics over the constitution that is K. Y. W. TV's Joe hold on all the weather watch Asians midsection watching snowplows as a big storm effectively splits hats were both the south and the north east during the day Monday showers thunderstorms the possibility of isolated tornadoes in the southeast with an enhanced risk for severe weather in places like Jackson Alexandria up to two below moving east as we head toward the later part of the day into Birmingham CBS weather contributor Jeff more our daily the northeast more likely to get snow in Houston police are trying to figure out the cause of three spills a potentially dangerous mercury at different sites K. H. O. U. T. V.'s Marcelino Benito Houston police and the FBI were at a press conference earlier tonight they told us they're working still to determine if this was criminal in nature or an accidental spill they don't know one pregnant woman was taken to a hospital as a precaution down under on that small island off New Zealand the search continues for victims of last week's deadly volcanic export Russian prime minister Justin Arterton alongside people across New Zealand we observed a minute's silence at two eleven PM reading the entire cabinets also it's continue to be with the families of those who have passed and with those who were injured at least sixteen people died a couple more are still missing after a lot of criticism hallmark channel's doing a one eighty on those commercials featuring same sex couples married pulled following a complaint from a conservative group this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app hi I'm Jay Farner CEO quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point one eight percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of change frequently for some types and features a discount rate off confirmation conditions including under which is not to say it's an awesome your in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like online skills tests which led a candidate show that they're the right hire indeed will also give you the sticky frog which will suddenly lose and stick to the face.
"second house" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Between two houses there was that emptiness. and they were milling around there where they didn't belong. they had rented a house and going up and down the street in that just disgraceful way. and everybody it was so scared. and the police came but they couldn't catch them doing all these things and I stood. I stood outside with my wife and children analysts said who is in charge. com forward. and a big guy came. but first before I did that I was standing in the middle of the road stuff they're stopping them from going up and down I stop start there and I wouldn't move. there's something about it or just didn't move it was no effort I didn't move. car came down and had a stop or kill me but I wasn't moving not moving this is what I'm speaking about. it would be a time that I might but not that moment. and then the next moment I cried out say who is your leader a big blank thank you man comes about. a couple of feet bigger than me. and then I said to him. I am going to make to do what I want you to do is is yeah..
"second house" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Of your overall savings, and that makes people risk of her. I mean like with good reason it makes people risk averse it does, although. The, the less risky retirement strategy would be not to have all of your assets tied up in the rest that you live in, as we saw in the great recession that turns out not to be a great wealth-building strategy. If there's some national catastrophe that you can't control sees, but it was like if you imagine, I mean, this would be crazy, but like say, like nobody else or, or the only people on their houses, where like you know, in, in very rural areas. Right where it's, it's unique your farmer you own all structures. Fine. But like all urban suburban housing was rented from, like twelve national housing conglomerates. And then people all save their money in, like, four one K plans, or, you know, most of us would be much better off under that circumstance. Right. But not only will be much better off. But when we thought about national housing policy. We would be saying to ourselves okay as a consumer of housing will make it affordable. And as a like shareholder in just like stocks, like like, what would be good for the national economy? Right. Right. And in that case, right? It's, it's both. Like, like what would be good for housing consumers? And what would be good for generic diversified shareholders would be to build buildings in on expensive line, right? And to build housing in the cities that have productive companies, where people want to work and want to live and so forth. Right. And it'd be for the construction company of red. So it's like a it's like a win. Right. But, but we don't want to say nobody has a portfolio like that. But like the typical middle class person is not invested that way. That's right. And part of this, because we really haven't, we haven't figured out ways to recreate things like the force savings mechanism of homeownership. So it's hard to get people to save money. But if they're paying their mortgage every month and they do it automatically then they. Can actually build up something we've heavily subsidized homeownership through tax policy. She doesn't really cause people to become homeowners, but it causes them to buy more expensive houses and take on more debt and of in the debt is subsidized. And then the debt is subsidized exactly. So, like, if you say right to the Bank, it's like no. I'd I'd rather have an equally cheap loan to go. Buy something else. They're like, once too bad. Yeah. Right. And we've, I mean, I think it's particularly acute because we've moved away from a world of defined benefit pension plans, and people are not to be pretty bad at managing their stock portfolios. So even though people have for a one ks with certain extent, they're making investment decisions about that, that seems to them riskier, and they make poor decisions with that, then, you know, buying a house where they feel like at least it's tangible asset. So okay, so really all we need to solve sort of housing policy is changed the whole political incentives to do that. We just change. Totally. The whole basic financial. Totally rewrite the national tax code. That sounds great. We're let's face takeover all land use decisions. I mean, these are small changes so okay. I think I think that's a good place to leave it at the end of the day. All the big issues are all connected to each other. If you take anything away from the weeds that should be that. So thank you so much. Jane shuts for for being on here. Thanks, of course, to our producer, Jeffrey gal. I thanks to a listeners out there, where hoping to do more interviews like this with more experts on things. Take on all the big topics I would love to hear in a Facebook group or my Email what other stuff you're interested in, and we will be back on Tuesday..
"second house" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Than what they have now so that local governments that have transit or job. Rich neighborhoods have to allow more housing than they are currently. I think that's a step in the right direction. These are still modest increases in density, relative. What we might want to be doing so, you know, he's making the political choice not to push for sort of the full up zoning that we would want in the interests of getting something better done than what we have now way, and it was a very this started, as, like a pretty simple to explain Bill. It was like four or five story is half a mile from a train station or a quarter mile from a bus station a Saria like a frequently arriving bus. It's now become complicated baroque. Yes. So it has this whole it has this like carve out. Out for low income areas to sort of. Swedes, the anti gentrification activists concerns than it has this like job. Rich concept to, I don't know. How would you explain that? It's like you can build townhouses and Silicon Valley is that the yeah. So local governments now have to allow up to four unit buildings any place where single family housing allow the job rich carve out. I think is important because, for instance, the west side of LA fought so hard against getting transit infrastructure to then reward them and say, well we're not gonna zone. You don't have transit would be sort of letting them win on that one and there are a bunch of places that have jobs, and you'd want to have higher density housing. Even if they're not served by bus or rail transit..
"second house" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Detached houses need more air conditioning in cooling than apartments that are stacked vertically so, yeah. If we stacked houses on top of one another, and put them close to jobs. That would be great for the environment. And that would be good for housing affordability and opening up neighborhoods, more people. But so, like, I mean I grew up in Greenwich Village, and people would be horrified to just level the whole thing and replace it with tall apartment buildings. But it would be environmentally like an incredible win to just stick more people there. It's not like we actually have to tear down all of the Brownstone in Manhattan. Yeah. Sounds like honestly if Manhattan, we're building more tall buildings in didn't keep you have your police side and the Upper West side and Greenwich Village and the east village. You've got a lot of really low density housing. Even in Manhattan. You can easily tear down twenty five percent of that. Thirty percent of that in replace it with toll buildings that would be a separate minimum if literally just if the only thing that you cared about was ecological sustainability that is what you would do. And we should be building more housing in California, because people don't have to use air conditioning heating nearly as much right? And again, that's the point like, like anyhow. House. Hell -fornia is a greenhouse, because the weather's good right and even more so right if you built an apartment building in California, and if you built an apartment building near train station in California, then it's like total galaxy brain kind of stuff, but, like the Dan is more important at least in the short-term than like fussing around about the exact nature of the, of the structure. Yeah. No, that's right. One thing in most people don't live in new housing and most people live in new housing. So it's also worth thinking about things like retrofitting existing bills. You know, the northeast has a lot of really old buildings that are pretty energy-efficient by modern standards. That's not nearly as expensive as building new stuff shorts that we could spend more money on that as well. But I mean it's as to the extent that new things will be Bill. Right. It's like a new house at the margin could be built in the suburbs in Nashville. Or could be built in the Westside Los Angeles. And there's just much greener to build in Los Angeles. Absolutely. Right. Like, regardless, so speaking of states. So, so you, you had an event recently at Epworth things with Scott Weiner, who is the author of a, an interesting Bill in California. And I think I think, so we were talking about the federal government and has relatively weak, levers, we're talking about local governments. And I think maybe some of the big cities might consider changing policies just on the on the merits, if they really understood all the kinds of issues. But I mean, as you've been emphasizing, we have a lot of exclusionary suburbs in America, and I think they like they, they want to be exclusion, they do which is which is why they're exclusionary. So his idea, I guess is the state legislature should tell them, they can't be. Yes. And I think states are the right way to go about tinting a lot of this in part because they're sort. Of a half dozen states that are most of the problem nationally California being one of them. So, you know, he's, he's essentially proposing to overrule local zoning around transit stations to allow up to a four story apartment building, which is not that big, but it's taller than what they have now so that local governments that have transit or job. Rich neighborhoods have to allow more housing than they are currently..
"second house" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Their borders. So, you know, hug gives money to Newark, which is not the problem and then it gives it to wealthy counties and all of or to, to the county's rent control land use, and the suburbs. Basically, don't have to do anything and, you know, the wealthier places if you said, we're gonna hold back your CB funds, unless you change your zoning would say, keep the CDBG, we'd rather have our exclusionary zoning in, particularly since hud's money is really incentive to let more poor people live there. Right. Right. Exactly. It's like unless you let more people live here. We're going to take away a very small amount of money, whose purpose is to let people of year, would you don't want anyway, right? That's that's really easy decision for rich suburbs. They're just gonna walk away. So, so what? So what does work? Well, if we wanted to use federal pots of money, it's actually better to look at transportation, because the federal government gives road money to most states in locality, if not directly, you know, all of the money that we've spent building, these light rail systems, and subways that all has some federal grant. We should have attached strings when we gave it, but some places still get some operating subsidies like L A, that's still building new stations getting some federal money, you could require places to get federal transportation dollars to do better zoning, especially around transportation, which they should be doing. Anyway. The other thing that the federal government hasn't tried and probably won't anytime soon. But could you could imagine HUD, and EPA and department of transportation setting out some guidelines for what? Goodland whose policy looks like those in terms of building more housing near jobs in transportation, building more housing, and at higher density in places where land is really valuable. So you have lots of amenities. Those are just good principles of land use, and having that spelled out for states and local governments to look to would be helpful. So we don't actually give them an idea of this is what good land use looks like. And this is what Badland use looks like even before you get around to attaching money, just setting some standards and establishing them and explaining why this is something we should be aiming towards it'd be helpful. I mean, this is a you mentioned UPA in this, and I'm not sure people always always know this. But it's like if you, if you look at the chart of like per capita comebacks emissions California is whether really low, because the, the weather is nice. I think, but, like New York is also really low. The weather New York is, is not that nice, but it's because a lot of the population New York is in New York City and New York City is very dense. And so you don't drive as far. And also the heating in multifamily units is more efficient. And so then there's been this. This is like new drive from the New York City government to push greener buildings. Right. And that's fine. But I think a lot of New Yorkers don't have in their head. Is that like a generic building in New York is just like a billion times greener than the average house in America? Absolutely. So like to build anything in New York City is a greenbelt. Yeah. No, that's right. I mean, the, the two biggest segments of sort of damaging emissions our transportation, which is basically people who live far away from work driving in their car by themselves every day. And then the energy used by buildings. Single family detached houses need more air conditioning in cooling than apartments that are stacked vertically so, yeah. If we stacked houses on top of one another, and put them close to jobs..
"second house" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"So, for instance, there's some people who really want to be close to work and have a very short commute. They're going to spend more on rent, and maybe not own a card spend less on Jesuit nation. They may look like they're sort of more cost burden on the housing side than somebody who chooses to live far away and have a really long commute, you know, that's both of those are choices that people are making based on their preferences. It's not obvious that we should necessarily be penalizing people who choose to under consume housing or spend less on housing and reward people who choose to spend more on housing by giving them a subsidy. So as overs you, you would establish that was like so, so more generous assistance to low income families, and ideally with need defined pretty purely. Terms of your income and your family size. Yeah. And really for most poor people, they're not making choices about, I'm gonna live close to work, and walk and not have a bar like by and large the can't afford to have a car. So they're taking the bus anyway. Their income is pretty limited. I mean, the the bottom twenty percent of the income distribution is spending, on average about half of their income on rent, which is a lot more than HUD things. They should you know the next twenty percent is spending about forty percent of their income on rent. So housing is such an important thing to consume. And there's a floor on the minimum quality. So certainly the bottom twenty percent. We could just give them more money. And they would spend it on housing because they're spending way too much on housing anyway. So is there anything that you think the federal government should do about the, the other problem? Right. I mean, if there's a there's like a political question, but a simple answer for for low income, and then there's a more thorny issue. And in the. Couple years of the Obama administration. The council economic advisers put out this report, I thought it was a good report on the problems of excessively constrained, housing supply. And, you know, I came in to talk to them about this and I was like so what do you think we should do? And they were like I don't know. I mean, I guess I think that's basically what it was. They didn't know. Yeah. That mean the federal government doesn't have a lot of leverage over land use because that's fundamentally a state and local issue. So they just they don't have constitutional thirty to go in and change zoning. There are some financial carrots and sticks they can use we normally try to run all housing stuff through Hudd Hudd isn't a great way to fix gland. News problem, but housing's in the name, how's things in the name. The problem is that when HUD gives money directly to local governments, not to people not to poor people through vouchers. But when it gives it to local governments, there, mostly giving it to the biggest places they give it to big cities, bigger counties, and relatively speaking to give it to poorer places things like community, velopment block grant, is weighted so that poor places, get more money. The real problem is not poor cities. The real problem is wealthy suburbs. Many of which are pretty small in population, so they don't get money from HUD, which means that HUD, can't withhold money to make them change their behavior. So this was Senator booker's Bill Reid tries to address the housing supply issue. But then it tries to use these community Beaumont block grants as a lever in. It's, it's like a nice idea. It seems to me. But it doesn't it doesn't make sense. Because because he's saying to rich suburbs that don't get much community development block grant money and probably don't care at all. Yeah. And New Jersey is actually one of the states where this would be least affective because New Jersey has a ton of really small villages in townships all which control land use, but they're too small to get money from HUD, so the money, the CDBG money in New Jersey goes almost exclusively de counties, which don't have any control over land use at all. And then they sort of allocate it to towns within their borders. So, you know, hug gives money to Newark, which is not the problem and then it gives it to wealthy counties and all of or to, to the county's rent control land use, and the suburbs..
"second house" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"More people could move into the rich, single family neighborhood. If you put more apartment buildings there, so there's less pressure in the, the gentrification rent here. But then on the other hand like you actually level out the neighborhoods to an extent you do. And part of this is that, you know, our local governments were can silos like the federal government, you know, the city agencies in charge zoning and deciding where you can build new housing. And how expensive it is to build. There aren't the same people who are deciding where we do transportation investments. So, you know, DC is a perfect example. We should be building four to six story condos all over ward. Three a bunch more in Georgetown in Capitol Hill, and at the same time that we do that we should be running bus rapid transit down all of the major avenues, so that people don't have to have cars, you don't have to have more traffic, so you do want to do the infrastructure investment along with more housing. So it doesn't just become a congestion problem. But if you think about the flip side, what we've done instead is built most of our new housing way out in the excerpts. And so then you've got people who are driving in from fifty miles away that winds up being more traffic to. So if we built the housing in places that are close to jobs where we already house some transportation infrastructure. You could actually make the traffic impacts much less than what we're currently doing, which is just punting. And then there's affected. I mean, I think people always understand this. But like certain infrastructural modes, you might need investment one way or the other, but investments can work in certain places and not others. Right. Like there, there are parts of San Francisco. Of Los Angeles parts of DC parts of every major city where if you built a rapid transit line. And then you had more housing there, people would take it and it would function. Well whereas far excerpts that like the geometry doesn't work, right? Like you could run a train line there. But it wouldn't take people anyplace useful. It's like you have to be close to the core of the network for it to have any valley. Yeah. And a lot of cities, not just the sort of big expensive cities. But a lot of cities have built light rail systems that connects the airport to downtown. Maybe they have a couple of reels. But the housing density, isn't a high enough near the real that people really right at short work. So it's sort of we've spent a lot of money, building infrastructure that doesn't get used that much without allowing the housing development that would make it a point worthwhile investment. And I mean, we were just chatting about this, this off line in the in the case of Los Angeles, which is obviously, this is different for some smaller cities, have done these, like Winky Dink trams and. My whales LA has built like what's actually a substantial? I think a lot of people don't know, this, east coast people about Los Angeles. But, like they have a big subway system. Now they do and nobody rise. They've, they've spent more than ten billion dollars building eighty stations and the ridership levels are really low, and they've actually been declining the last few years in envision where it right. I mean, this is the really case that brings it all together. Right. Because like LA now has a lot of mass transit, but not a lot of people ride it, but the traffic is terrible and everybody complains about it constantly, and a lot of people live in Los Angeles, but they don't really live what by the train stations and that's because of these land use policies. Yeah. I mean l l as a really interesting example, because they fought very hard against putting in stations in places that would be well served. So the entire west side of LA, which is, you know, the richer side city push back against having any kind. Of subway or light rail going in, because they didn't want to make it accessible for people. They're now sort of lost that battle. So the right Bill runs all the way to Santa Monica. But.
"second house" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Ontario, holding our two house committees judiciary and intelligence have formally requested testimony from special counsel, Robert Muller. Now that is Russia investigation report is public judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler says he's disturbed over the mullahs report findings that does not mean impeachment. It's too early to talk about that, you know, because we will have to go follow the evidence where it leads planning to call Robert Muller, attorney general bar to testify and fill in the reductions and other missing information. Andy Field ABC news, Washington report finds eleven potential instances of obstruction of Justice, including efforts to control the Russia investigation. But was thwarted by those around him ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl on June seventeenth two thousand seventeen the president called Mcgann at home and directed him to call it the acting general and say that the special counsel had conflicts of interest and must be removed. Mcgann did not carry out the direction, however, deciding he. Would rather resign than trigger? What he regarded as a potential Saturday night master publican congressman Peter King of New York says despite the president's action there was no criminal intent venting. You say stop this knocking off. And then they you can't do that. So he doesn't do it. Never if you wanted to get done, you could have done it. I mean, there's no way in age and stop the president tweeting from Air Force One on his way to Florida. The president says he could have fired everyone, including Muller if you wanted to, but he chose not to a French official police says investigators think an electrical short circuit most likely caused Notre Dame cathedral fire this week. A federal grand jury has indicted in Ohio man, who officials say pretended to be an Illinois missing for years. Brian Rini was charged earlier this month with making false statements. But the indictment includes two more counsel making false.
"second house" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"News. President Trump about to land near the US Mexico border now Paso, Texas, as it continues to calls for a border wall. Residents surrounded by sheriff's from around the country railing against congressional Democrats who've yet to on providing the president money for a border wall with Mexico without a wall. It's not gonna work. We can have technology. We can beautiful drones flying all over the place. But it doesn't work without the wall. We need a wall. We can call it anything. We'll call it barriers. We'll go whatever they want. The president's remarks come just days before a Friday deadline for a congressional committee to come up with a border security plan to avoid another partial government shutdown. Fox's John decker at the White House. This is lawmakers continue to meet to come up with a plan on border security before money before money to fund the government runs out. House majority leader Steny Hoyer, they're still negotiations going on between the two sides between the two houses, and hopefully they will reach an agreement. Hopefully, they'll reach an agreement soon on FOX's your world with Neil Cavuto, the current interim spending Bill expires at midnight Friday. If no deal is reached as could trigger a government shutdown also tonight in El Paso, a counter rally of sorts. Former Texas congressman Beddoe Aurora will be delivering remarks democratic considering a twenty twenty presidential run Illinois attorney general Cuomo role announcing he's asked the state supreme court. Reconsider the sentencing a former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke. This is the first step in asking the court to declare that the trial court improperly sentenced Jason.
"second house" Discussed on AP News
"I've tim mcguire top senate leaders have reached a two year bipartisan budget deal something the white house says it like spokeswoman sarah sanders says that achieves the administration's top priority a nights needed increase in funding for national defence a point echoed here at the white house by pentagon chief jim mattis today's congressional action will ensure our military can defend our way of life asked if the president will sign the bill if the house passes it sanders says the white house needs to see what's in the final version while noting the administration is happy with the direction it's moving saga remain ghani at the white house the plan also includes increase spending for a number of domestic programs house democratic leader nancy pelosi spent eight hours on the floor today in opposition to the measure because it doesn't address protections for dhaka immigrants and the house republican leadership has an agreed to a separate legislation basic request is on her two house of representatives give us a chance to have it though on the floor congress has to pass a spending bill by midnight tomorrow night two republican senators questioned the secret investigation of a member of the trump campaign senate judiciary committee chairman charles grassley in south carolina's lindsey graham released a criminal referral seeking an investigation into the former spy christopher steel who compiled a dossier against president trump the senators say they found evidence that either steel lied to the fbi or the classified documents supporting the surveillance of former trump advisor carter page contained false statements they appear to agree with their house counterparts who will vertically accused the fbi and justice department of nut telling the faisal court enough about steals anti trump leanings or that steals work was funded in part by hillary clinton's campaign jackie quinn washington this is ap radio news.
"second house" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
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"second house" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Let's get the very latest means headlines will they do mitchell in london and wants to use in washington dc thanks corey optimism from republicans after a closeddoor meeting with key senators on the tax bill but his office says one republican senators div danes of montana upon us that set a tax bill as written senator orrin hatch isn't worried about resolving differences with the house that's why you have two houses then type never failed to be able to get together with the house when completed on very complex officials samper republicans are still concerned though the tax cuts will run up the national debt senators like senator john mccain senator bob corker uh even james langford of oklahoma who said he wants fear to be a debt backstop basically something that would trigger some changes down the road if the growth materialize and if the debt begins to increase after these tax cuts are put into place bloomberg's tolu the white house and apology on capitol hill from democratic senator alfredo again i have to be far more sensitive in these situations i have to be far more careful and i can tell you this has never going to happen again as he returned to work frank instead allegations teddy groped women have been a shock and extremely humbling it cyber monday and the big online shopping day comes after a big day weekend first data says spending rose nine point three percent compared to the same time last year a white house official tells the ap the president will not campaign for embattled alabama senate candidate roy more trump has publicly raised doubts about women's allegations of sexual misconduct global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries have pay new contract nol the first and crossed relief from salon poss sologne pulse.
"second house" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"We're taking phone calls here on the rick edelman show off to franklin massachusetts virginia is on the phone i'm ric edelman joining me brandon corso and isabelle barrow we're taking your calls a triple eight plan ric virginia how are you good how're you terrific thank you how can we help well i am have a question it kind of pack elated are we have two houses that we went out and we bowie considered the equity in them could be a big part of our retirement money well attended moved out of winding were considering selling it but now will have the um depreciation recaptured pack and also the capital game pack with as we figured out is a pretty significant hit here we're trying to see what options we might have to get him i tried what was the price of the house you paid to buy a hundred and forty thousand and you've been making payments on that house you've had expenses over the years you've been appreciating the house so what is its current cost basis maybe two hundred forty including the depreciation out including the depreciation oh no the depreciation alone proudly 75000 and we've been renting it out for like 25 year god so that means the cost bases in to forty it's to forty monessen 75 oh okay right so what would you say is the value of the house right now probably about gum three 40 okay so if the houses worth three hundred forty thousand dollars and your basis is used as you've described that assuming you know we don't have any other improvements or anything else we if the deal with your basis is about 165 so you're looking at a capital gain of about one 75 and a twenty percent tax on that is about thirty five thousand dollars um so yeah it's a big number but it's not as horrible as you might as it might otherwise have been had it not been for the depreciation so uh the real question now is what can you do to minimize the tax at random not a lot of less you want to do what's called it section ten thirty one starker exchange of virginia are you familiar with.
"second house" Discussed on WRVA
"Property with two houses i leave on one and the other home was my parents and their weekday to tax those mike active and and of course my prentup came their taxes i'm not sure if i want to rent one at a home in lievin via the home which is on the same property or sale everything and use that money to purchase another home build another home and don't have uh you've got money in in in that sector the other home new home if you will so what is property that you just inherited worth a few charlotte it i have cooperated with the hall was probably about two twenty five to thirty and so you could sell that and buy a house for two hundred and pay cash right pretty much that's what i'm thinking with one fifty to one 75 we could live cramped so let let's pretend you're at two hundred thousand dollars in the bank and you did not on the property okay okay would you go by this property or something else i would i would by the property of you i have but i've never rented before i'm scared to death to have to deal with her enters and i wish you buy or would you buy the property that you have the well good ships wellestablished immigrate neighborhood rather than a paid four hundred incentive over two thousand on world well no i i i just ask you got two hundred thousand dollars cash the bank needed known it would you go by another house would you buy that property i think you know another house other think shelling listening to you in the way your words were the anderson's i could be wrong the question is just which would you rather simple thing things is not a right of law you're stupid for doing once monsoon another which fish will stay would you read on another one selldown bonotto 9000 thanks for the call this this is the dave ramsey show everybody wants a great retirement but not everyone gets to experience it so how can you guarantee that you'll be one of the lucky ones well the first thing is to get rid of the idea that only lucky people due to retire luck has nothing to do with it reaching your magic number there is tough and it requires determination and hard work it also takes.