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Second official considering whistleblower complaint.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Second official considering whistleblower complaint.

"Coming up on the knees second official will reportedly considering whistle blower complaint against trump immigrant rights group slam. US policy requiring migrant and health insurance and six elephants died trying to save each other. It's Saturday October five. I'm Anthony Davis A second intelligence. Intelligence official is reportedly considering filing a whistle blower complaints about Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine as the Democrats impeachment investigation into to the president and his administration continues to escalate the US Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo also failed to me to subpoena deadline to to turn over documents related to the investigation as House Democrats broadened subpoena requests to the White House demanding documents after the executive branch ignored requests to provide them voluntarily the second official considering filing a whistleblower complaint about the president's dealings with Ukraine has more direct right to information about the events in question than the initial whistle blower and was interviewed by an intelligence watchdog to corroborate the first report the New York Times was reported citing anonymous sources elsewhere the Washington Post reported accounts of a number of trump calls with foreign leaders citing getting annonymous former White House official the paper said in one of his first calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin trump fawned over him and in a coal Cole with the former UK Prime Minister Theresa may trump questioned British intelligence conclusion. The Putin's government was behind an attempt to kill a former Russian spy on British soil with a nerve agent. The president has defended his open calls for foreign governments to investigate a political rival by repeating that there was no quid pro quo text messages between US diplomats and an assistant to Amir Zilenski released this week reveal this was not the understanding of US diplomats dealing with Ukraine immigrant rights advocates decried trump administration proclamation that requires people seeking entry to the US through certain visas to have health insurance or otherwise prove they can afford to pay for medical costs. Donald Trump issued the proclamation on Friday nights that said the administration would holt entry for migrants who financially burdened heard in the United States healthcare system and argued it would save the country money. The policy would require migrant approve to a consular officer that they have met the requirements. The immigrant advocacy group United we dream called it an economic and racist attack. Health Insurance is hard enough for immigrants since to access in this country. It's hard enough for citizens to our healthcare system shot and the trump administration knows this. This is another economic can racist attack on a community who deserves healthcare in the first place the group wrote the refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services in in a tweet pointed out to the high cost of detaining migrants tonight. This government has fifty two thousand people locked up in immigration detention centres. This can cost up to seven hundred seventy five dollars a night per person. They said yes. These haters wants you to believe that immigrants taking tax dollars the only people taking taking tax dollars a private prisons and their donors Democratic lawmakers also condemned the proclamation trump his shamelessly targeting and punishing hushing low income immigrants and families trump's order will separate. US citizens from their legal immigrants spouses and loved ones trump's anti immigrant agenda has snow bounds and he's hurting American families. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus tweeted the White House said the proclamation will take effect on November third. This is the latest effort by the trump administration to lessen immigration. It's a sort to limit migrants entering the country both legally and illegally legally six elephants have fallen to their deaths in Thailand while trying to save each other from a notorious waterfall officials said the incident occurred after a baby elephants slipped over the waterfall in central Thailand. Cao The I national park to other elephants were also found struggling on a cliff edge nearby and have been moved by tile th authorities. The waterfall known Oh does hells for has a history of similar incidents. A herd of eight elephants died after falling in Nineteen ninety-two a case that brought national attention Thailand's Department of National Parks Wildlife and plant conservation said officials were called to the scene this morning at three. AM local time when a group of elephants was blocking the road by the waterfall three hours later the body of a three-year-old elephant was spotted near the base of the waterfall and five others were discovered nearby. The chief of the National Parks said that the two remaining elephants were being monitored the incident could also take an emotional toll elephants have been known to display display signs of grief around seven thousand Asian elephants remain in Thailand with more than half living in captivity You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable all the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent endon production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Thank you. Hey, math that I got a follow up on all those millionaires that were just calling in. But I just want to let you know. I am an avid listener. And I can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation up back down to wild back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting on my vehicle and cracked windshield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle was contacted by them or questions seven hundred seventy five dollars to for the gate that close I might vehicle from back and forth conversation. I was ultimately refusing to pay them just because there's no indication. Clothes etcetera etcetera. Clear after I stopped hearing from them in this. We got a call from the collection agency and just wondering from advice, her an attorney. What's that hire? An attorney. Seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages. Yup. Okay. What about do? You think that small claims court could be an option? But I'm listen, I think if you hire an attorney for a couple of hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay. And so on. I'm in. I'm in conversation with the collections agency. Correct. This has nothing to the apartment complex anymore. So yes, it does. They still own the and they're the ones that hard the collections agency. I would I would say the apartment complex. Okay. So I am college as well. Just for some background goes, you think my my next step should be to talk to an attorney and be in contact with with the apartment complex and no way. Could I just? Check to this collections agency if you think that the gate closed improperly, and you weren't doing anything wrong. And the stupid thing broke your car. They need to fix your car and not charge you for the gate, right? Right. That's what you're telling me. And if that's the case. A letter from an attorney may solve the whole thing. But they're not scared of you, obviously. So we need to get someone that gets their attention. Because basically, you're getting run down a corporate ladder here. This is probably a corporately owned or owned apartment complexes being quote, unquote, professionally managed, and so you're not dealing with the mom and pop you just got stuck in the vortex here and the only way to jog that out shock somebody. And so yeah, I mean that you're gonna write a check you might as well decide which one you want to write you want to write a check for a gate that broke the one year fault or do you want to write a check for Justice me? I like a good fight. I'm a hillbilly. So I'd rather just fight. I really would. I mean, I'll spend I'll spend a million dollars completely destroying something rather than spend ten dollars to keep from doing the wrong thing. It just drives me bananas. I can't stand. It. Josh is with us in Chicago. Hey, Josh, how are you? Hi, dave. I'm doing great. How are you? Better than deserve. What's up? Well, my wife, and I have been struggling for a few years to figure out how we should educate our kids, we'd love for them to be taught from a Christian perspective. But at the same time, we'd love to pay off our house. And so we're not sure what the best move is. And if it's financially responsible to do one or the other and wanted to get your opinion. Well, I mean typically a Christian school is a private school and is going to be more expensive. And then the question you've got to say is if we go that route it pays off our home in seven years, if we go the other route it pays off our home in three years is it worth four more years, or whatever the number is you just run your numbers out. I just made those up. Okay. But in other words, it's going to delay the mortgage being paid off. If you go the more expensive school route in order to get that worldview, which is fine. And now, I will tell you having educated paid for the education for three kids that are now adults and having participated in this discussion, a multitude of times with friends that are Christians, and we are obviously too. That you need to be very careful if you're going to invest in a private Christian school that they are actually implementing that belief system. There are some that have a Christian heritage that are no more matching with my value system that fly of the moon. They just they once had something that was Christian, and and sometimes they're still holding themselves out as Christian schools, but the values that they're tenured professors are bringing into the classroom have nothing to do with the values of my household. If I'm going to do that. I might if I won't be on enemy territory. I might as well know that I'm on territory instead of a wolf in sheep's clothing, kind of thing. So if you're going to invest make sure you're getting what you're attempting to get here. I'm not saying it can't be done. It can be done. There are great Christian schools that do a great job of a quality education with the quality value system. But you just gotta make sure you can't just assume because such and such was a Baptist school or such and such with Presbyterian. But that might have been fifty years ago, and and you know, they've got that in their heritage. But there are no more than fly to the moon anymore. And so you know, that then you've just paid for an expensive school with a questionable quality, you know. So they're now the second part of the equation is this, and this is not the challenge, you it's just to help you with your critical thinking, and you decide which one you want to do in the process, my three kids, and Sharon, and I all went to the university of Tennessee, a public state school, which there is some bizarre stupid, but stuff that happens on that campus. Okay. I mean crazy and some of those professors are proof tenure should not be there. You know? I mean there is some nut burgers run around over there. L my university's campus. Okay. And I love university of Tennessee. But there's some stuff happening over there that just make your hair curl. You know? So my kids went there though. But here's the thing we figured out that our kids spiritual. Walk was not based on what happened at school. It was based on what happened at home. Okay. And so our kids plugged into young life while they were in a public university setting, and they already had their values and backbone and apologetic established because of how they were raised inside the Ramsey house. So they were equipped to go into that environment and not quote, unquote, lose their salvation in the process. I'm not saying no Ramsey kid. Ever. Did anything stupid? I can promise. You Ramsey kids. Ramsey's are pretty much known for having done some stupid one-timer another. But, but, but, but you know, I know you can do that in a Christian school to you know, that right? Yeah. Right off campus is a bar on every one of those. And so you can go get you can go get just as drunk at a Christian schools. You can't interstates goes. So all of that to say, I don't there's no bubble that protects them like your home. Does the preparation you? Give them at your kitchen table is their insurance policy their fire insurance policy. It's not. You know, the name over the door of the school. But that's not to say you should never do. Chris. I think it's perfectly fine.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WLAC

"We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Good. Thank you. Hey, Matt that I got a follow up on all those millionaires that we're just calling in. But I just wanna let you know. I am an avid listener can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation. Little background awhile back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting on my vehicle and cracks my windshield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle. Contacted by them requesting seven hundred seventy five dollars to tape for the gate. My vehicle. From back and forth conversation. Fusing to pay them. Just because there's no indication clothes etcetera etcetera. I thought everything was clear after I stopped hearing from them in this. We got a call from a collection agency. I'm just wondering from her an attorney. What's that hire? An attorney. Seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages. Yup. Okay. What about do? You think that small claims court could be an option? Yup. I'm listen. I think if you hire an attorney for a couple of hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay. I'm in. I'm in conversation with the collections agency corrects this has nothing to do with the apartment complex anymore. So yes, it does. They still own the and they're the ones that hired the collections agency. I would I would sue. Do apartment complex. Okay for I am college as well. Just for some background. So you think my my next step should be to talk to an.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WLAC

"We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Good. Thank you. Hey, Matt that I got a follow up on all those millionaires that we're just calling in. But I just want to let you know. I am an avid with can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation background a while back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting on my vehicle and cracks shield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle. Contacted by them requesting seven hundred seventy five dollars to tape. The gate that my vehicle. From back and forth conversation. I was ultimately refusing to pay them just because there's no indication clothes etcetera etcetera. I thought everything was clear after I stopped hearing from them in this. We got a call from the collection agency. And just wondering if you have from her an attorney. What's that hire an attorney for seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages? Yup. Okay. What about do? You think that small claims court could be an option? But I'm listen, I think if you hire an attorney for a couple of hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay. I'm in. I'm in conversation with the collections agency corrects this has nothing to do with the apartment complex anymore. So yes, it does. They still own the and they're the ones that hired the collections agency. I would sue our apartment complex. Okay for I am college as well. Just for some background. So you think my my next step should be to talk to an.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Good. Thank you. Hey, a map that I got a follow up on all those millionaires that we're just calling in. But I just wanna let you know. I am an avid listener. And I can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation all lit up background a while back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting on my vehicle, and crack my windshield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle was contacted by them requesting seven hundred seventy five dollars to take the gate. My vehicle. From back and forth conversation. I was ultimately refusing to pay them just because there's no indication clothes etcetera etcetera. I thought everything was clear after I stopped hearing from them in this. We got a call from a collection agency and just wanted to get some advice on her an attorney. What's that hire? An attorney. Seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages. Okay. What about do? You think that small claims court could be an option? Yup. But I I'm listen, I think if you hire an attorney for a couple of hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay, until I mean, I mean conversation with the collections agency. Correct. This has nothing to do with the apartment complex anymore. Oh, yes. It does. They still own the and they're the ones that hired the collections agency. I would sue. Apartment complex. Okay. I am colleges. Well, just for some background close. So you think my my next step should be to talk to an attorney and be in contact with with the apartment complex and no way. Should I decide to check to this collections agency? If you think that the gate closed improperly, and you aren't doing anything wrong in the stupid thing broke your car. They need to fix your car and not charge you for the gate. Right. Right. That's what you're telling me. And if that's the case, you know, a letter from an attorney may solve the whole thing. But they're not scared of you, obviously. So we need to get someone that gets their attention. Because basically you're getting run down. I a corporate ladder here. This is probably a corporately owned or read owned apartment complexes being quote, unquote, professionally managed, and so you're not dealing with the mom and pop you just got stuck in the vortex here and the only way to jog that out is shock somebody. And so yeah, I mean that you're gonna. Check, you might as well decide which one you want to write you want to write a check for a gate that broke the one your fault. Or do you want to write a check for Justice me? I like a good fight. I'm hillbilly. So I'd rather just fight. I really would. I mean, I'll spend I'll spend a million dollars completely destroying something rather than spend ten dollars to keep from doing the wrong thing. It just drives me bananas. I can't stand. It. Josh is with us in Chicago. Hey, Josh, how are you? Hi, dave. I'm doing great. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Well, my wife, and I have been struggling for a few years to figure out how we should educate our kids, we'd love for them to be taught from a Christian perspective. But at the same time, we'd love to pay off our health. And so we're not sure what the best move is. And if it's financially responsible to do one or the other and wanted to get your opinion. Well, I mean typically a Christian school is a private school and is going to be more expensive. And then the question you've got to say is if we go that route it pays off our home in seven years, if we go the other route it pays off our home in three years is it worth four more years or whatever the number. Is you run your numbers out? I just made those up. Okay. But in other words, he's going to delay the mortgage being paid off. If you go the more expensive school route in order to get that worldview, which is fine. And now, I will tell you having educated paid for the education. For three kids that are now adults and having participated in this discussion, a multitude of times with friends that are Christians, and we are obviously too. That you need to be very careful if you're going to invest in a private Christian school that they are actually implementing that belief system. There are some that have a Christian heritage that are no more matching with my value system that fly to the moon. They once had something that was Christian, and and sometimes they still holding themselves out as Christian schools, but the values that they're tenured professors are bringing into the classroom have nothing to do with the values of mile sold. And if I'm going to do that, I might if I'm won't be on enemy territory. I might as well know that I'm on enemy territory instead of a wolf in sheep's clothing, kind of thing. So if you're going to invest make sure you're getting what you're attempting to get here. I'm not saying it can't be done. It can be done. There are great Christian schools that do a great job of a quality education with the quality value system. But you just gotta make sure you can't just assume because such and such was a Baptist school or such and such was Presbyterian. But that might have been fifty years ago, and and you know, they've got that in their heritage. But there are no more of that than fly to the moon anymore. And so you know, that then you've just paid for an expensive school with a questionable quality, you know. So they're the second part of the equation is this, and this is not the challenge, you it's just to help you with your critical thinking, and you decide which one you want to do in the process, my three kids, and Sharon, and I all went to the version of Tennessee. A public state school, which there is some bizarre stupid, but stuff that happens on that campus. Okay. I mean crazy and some of those professors are proof tenure should not be there. You know? I mean there are some nut burgers running around over there. L my university's campus. Okay. And I love university of Tennessee. But there's some stuff happening over there that just make your hair curl. You know? So my kids went there though. But here's the thing we figured out that our kids spiritual. Walk was not based on what happened at school. It was based on what happened at home. Okay. And so our kids plugged into young life while they were in a public university setting, and they already had their values and backbone and apologetic established because of how they were raised inside the Ramsey house. So they were equipped to go into that environment and not quote, unquote, lose their salvation in the process. I'm not saying no Ramsey kid. Ever. Did anything stupid? I can promise. You Ramsey kids. Ramsey's are pretty much known for having done something stupid one-timer another. But, but, but, but you know, you know, you can do that a Christian school to you know, that right? Right. Yeah. Right off campuses, a bar every one of those and so you can go get you can go get just as drunk at a Christian schools, you can in the states. So all that to say, I don't there's no bubble that protects them like your home. Does the preparation you? Give them at your kitchen table is their insurance policy. It's their fire insurance policy. It's not. You know, the name over the door of the school. But that's not to say you should never do. Chris. I think it's perfectly fine as long as you pay cash for it. And you're willing.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WLAC

"We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Good. Thank you. Hey, met that I got a follow up on all those millionaires that we're just calling in. But I just wanna let you know, an avid listener. And I can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation background a while back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting on my vehicle and cracks my windshield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle. Contacted by them requesting seven hundred seventy five dollars to tape for the gate. My vehicle. From back and forth conversation. I was ultimately refusing to pay them just because there is no indication. Clothes etcetera etcetera. Everything was clear after I stopped hearing from them in this. We got a call from a collection agency. I'm just wondering from advice. Her attorney. What's that hire? An attorney. Seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages. Yup. Okay. What about do? You think that small claims court could be an option? But I listen, I think if you hire an attorney for a couple of hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay. I'm in. I'm in conversation with the collections agency. Correct. This has nothing to do with the apartment complex anymore. So yes, it does. They still own the and they're the ones that hired the collections agency. I would I would sue the apartment complex. Okay for I am college as well. Just for some background. So you think my my next step should be to talk.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. That's triple eight eight to five five to five Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Thank you. Hey, a math. And I got a follow up on all those millionare's that we're just calling in. But I just wanna let you know. I am an avid listener. I can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation. Little background awhile back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting my vehicle cracks my windshield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle, and there was kinda tactic by them requesting seven hundred seventy five dollars to take the gate that close vehicle from back and forth conversation. I was ultimately refusing to pay them just because there is no indication of get close, etc. Etc. I thought everything was clear after I stopped hearing from them in this week. I got a call from a collection agency and just want to get some advice. Her an attorney. What's that hire an attorney so seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages. Okay. What about do you think that small cleans it could be an option? But I I'm listen, I think if you hire an attorney for a couple hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay. And so am I mean conversation with the collections agency? Correct. This has nothing to do with the apartment complex anymore. So yes, it does. They still own the and they're the ones that hard the collections agency. I would sue apartment complex. Okay. So I am tired as well. Just for some background project goes. So you think my my next step should be to talk through an attorney and being contact with with the apartment complex in no way. Should I read to check to this collections agency, if you think that the gate closed improperly, and you aren't doing anything wrong in the stupid thing broke your car? They need to fix your car and not charge you for the gate. Right. Right. That's what you're telling me. And if that's the case, you know, a letter from an attorney may solve the whole thing. But they're not scared of you, obviously. So we need to get someone that gets their attention. Because basically, you're getting run down a corporate ladder here. This is probably a corporately owned or read owned apartment complexes being quote, unquote, professionally managed, and so you're not dealing with the mom and pop you just got stuck in the vortex here and the only way to jog that out is shocked somebody. And so yeah, I mean that you're going to write a check you might as well decide which one you wanna write you want to write a check for a gate that broke on your fault. Or do you want to write a check for Justice me? I like a good fight. I'm a hillbilly. So I'd rather just fight. I really would. I mean, I'll spend I'll spend a million dollars completely destroying something rather than spend ten dollars to keep from doing the wrong thing. It just drives me bananas. I can't stand. It. Josh is with us in Chicago. They Josh how are you? Hi, dave. I'm doing great. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Well, my wife, and I have been struggling for a few years to figure out how we should Kate our kids we'd love for them to be taught from a Christian perspective. But at the same time, we'd love to pay off our house. And so we're not sure what the best move is. And if it's financially responsible to do one or the other and wanted to get your opinion. Well, I mean. Typically Christian school is a private school and is going to be more expensive. And then the question you've got to say is if we go that route it pays off our home in seven years, if we go the other route it pays off our home in three years is it worth for more years or whatever the number. Is you run your numbers out? I just made those up. Okay. But in other words, it's going to delay the mortgage being paid off. If you go the more expensive school route in order to get that worldview, which is fine..

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"We're glad you are here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five. Peter starts off this hour in Gainesville, Florida. Hi, peter. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? Thank you. Hey, a math that I got a follow up on all those millionare's that were just calling in. But I just wanna let you know. I am an avid can't believe I'm finding myself in this situation back down to while back. I was entering my apartment complex and found the gate shutting my vehicle and crack my windshield. I tried to collect from the complex for the damages caused to my vehicle. Contacted by them requesting seven hundred seventy five dollars for the gate. My vehicle. Some back and forth conversation. I was ultimately refusing to pay them just because there's no indication etcetera etcetera, everything everything's clear after I stopped hearing from them this. We got a call from a collection agency. I'm just wondering if you have hard attorney. Hire an attorney. Seven hundred seventy five dollars worth of damages. Yup. What about do you think that small claims could be an option? But I'm listen, I think if you hire an attorney for a couple of hundred dollars, and they write them a letter, you may shut this whole thing down. I don't know that you'll have to go to small claims court. Okay. Into an I'm in. I'm in conversation with the collections agency. Correct. This has nothing to do with the apartment complex anymore. Oh, yes. It does. They still own the and they're the ones that hired the collections agency. I would sue. Apartment complex. I am college as well. Just for some background. The Jack goes. You think my my next step should be to talk to an attorney and be in contact with with the apartment complex in. No way. Should I just write a check to this collections agency? If you think that the gate closed improperly, and you aren't doing anything wrong and the stupid thing broke your car. They need to fix your car and not charge you for the gate, right? Right. Right. That's what you're telling me. And if that's the case. And a letter from an attorney may solve the whole thing. But they're not scared of you, obviously. So we need to get someone that gets their attention. Because basically you're getting run down. I a corporate ladder here. This is probably a corporately owned or read owned apartment complexes being quote, unquote, professionally managed, and so you're not dealing with the mom and pop you just got stuck in the vortex here and the only way to jog that out is shock somebody. And so, yeah, I mean that you're gonna write a check you might as well decide which one you wanna write you want to write a check for a gate that broke the one your fault or do you want to write a check for Justice me? I like a good fight on a hillbilly. So I'd rather just fight. I really would. I mean, I'll spend I'll spend a million dollars completely destroying something rather than it's been ten dollars to keep from doing the wrong thing. It just drives me bananas. I can't stand. It. Josh is with us in Chicago. They Josh how are you? Hi, dave. I'm doing great. How are you better than I deserve? What's up, my wife, and I have been struggling for a few years to figure out how we should Kate. Our kid. We'd love for them to be taught from a Christian perspective. But at the same time, we'd love to pay off our health. And so we're not sure what the best move is. And if it's financially responsible to do one or the other, and I wanted to get your opinion. Well, I mean. Typically, a Christian school is a private school and is going to be more expensive. And then the question you've got to say is if we go that route it pays off our home in seven years, if we go the other route it pays off our home in three years is it worth four more years, or whatever the number is you just run your numbers out. I just made those up. Okay. But in other words, he's going to delay the mortgage being paid off. If you go the more expensive school route in order to get that worldview, which is fine..

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Children, you know, putting kids behind razor wire because of this family separation policy, and you're like, well, ten million with the folks going on. If you really think about what it costs to house these people, we're looking at seven hundred seventy five dollars a night to house like kids in these tent cities, and it's something around like a hundred and fifty night for just any other person. In normal detention facility, we're just shifting money away from aid for people to just the prison industrial complex and be like, oh, you'll hear what was it? What it what's the rate? And that's why I gotta talk about someone that should be doubly offended by this who was consistently defend than Trump. And I've wanted to talk about this person on this very podcast for longtime the fucking idiot, Ben Shapiro. One these camps in that being interment camps for you to be of Jewish heritage and still defend, and Trump is fucking crazy to me. That is so crazy to me and to you always talk about that you about the money, right? That's how that's his whole. I I don't fiscal racist. I don't support the racism just looking at it from a fiscal point of view how much why are you said at night? Seven seventy five seventy five eight. That's more than fucking the four seasons. That's one of the. I mean I could go on hotel tonight right now and get three rooms for that price from the force gets and you are here talking about, oh, it's about money about money. This nigga wasting money on some dumb shit, and you've stayed completely silent, but you're gonna go into tackle woman for not wanted to Beijing bencher. He's a clown. Listen, I've I've. I've always wanted to bait him and I'll tell them him, come to bait me and I promise I won't bring up your small penis. That is my guaranteed Ben Shapiro. I wonder if it's normal for his body though, because he's like five foot. Yeah. So like would it look normal on all evil? Considering his buddy. Crazy. I like to imagine he has like a goat bottom. Yeah, right. Go foreign or foreign or whatever being is we take your pants off and it's like cloven hooves. Wondering how I know Cunanan on told. Well, yeah. But again, when you talk about the fiscal, if our fiscal conservative, why don't why not? Just immediately put them winning into just sending people back if you're like, well, nobody's getting in, don't then go, don't go the extra step to cause more trauma and pain to jail. These people in separate. They're not going anywhere. They're here. They're in Texas. That's what's so war throughout this whole thing is it's like they're just making a money making industry like they don't care about sending them back and y'all accent backs on the back. They're not going back that is going to prisons here because they're trying to we're fucking paying for it. But you know, they don't care about that. They just, I saw this guy on Twitter talking about that. We at least Democrats in the Senate always fall for this whole like rhetoric from them being like, oh, we're fiscal warfare school, and the Democrats are like, okay, cool. Your school we're gonna pass fiscal policy. Then like Republicans are the second kid are they think he's talking about like the deficit where the deficit the deficit and Democrats took that bait and then Republicans to us. They really don't care about the men don't know, and then it. To like, I forgot what else who's talking about, but I think that his main point was that we gotta stop this listening to these bullshit arguments from them and realize that they don't care about rhetoric at all. They're just fucking with this, right? You're saying all these things, but it's just a match. The definitely what they really want to do and Democrats keep trying to be, you know, the best student and being like, okay, yeah, we'll be You're talking talking about. about now. You're right. Okay. Ask, man, this is like now he shit beat out of you. Man don't believe the Kratz act like decide piece. There's been the side piece for years, and I like I'm gonna leave them. We're going to be the main and like, okay, and he keeps happening over and over. There's a couple on. Are you the one that is exactly like that this is where the girls just like, no, no, no, he's not gonna go back to. Yes, he is..

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Cost so you tell me what do you think of this cavenaugh pick and how tough time does he have getting through i was all for amy with with the choice the one female candidate who by the way all conservatives were for her i want to quote one line from cavenaugh which i find fascinating this is in one of an opinion on abortion quote all parties to this case recognize roe versus wade in planned parenthood versus casey as precedents we must follow and also you were talking about the healthcare justice roberts who as we know created a lot of pure because he went with basically president obama side right is a republican as i understand that he based some of his opinion off of opinions the cabinet wrote so i find it very interesting with cavenaugh now he could sit in as a justice kagan say well i was reacting to the current judicial ruling now i might take different i just have a feeling though that this may not be ever so clear that that he would be a reversal of roe versus wade i'm going to be very fascinated to see somebody i'm assuming on the democratic side say point blank you said this as a lower court judge what would you do as a supreme court judge does your opinion change this is kind of a fascinating pick this guy is kind of the political wonder guy you know ken starr he worked for ken starr george bush appointed he needs pretty well known up on capitol hill so i mean probably a good pick i think he's gonna make it people like senator manchin of west virginia democratic senator it's gonna have a hard time especially because of kavanagh's tradition on guns in west virginia to oppose him so if they do lose senator collins of maine kate they probably pick up senator manchin of west virginia he's a key player yeah wow so interesting i'm glad you pointed that out that little nugget is huge and then this us judge on monday give gave the government some more time puts more time on the clock to reunite migrant children five or younger would their parents separate as a consequence of that zero tolerance policy so that decision came after a government lawyer said around half of the kids could be placed back with the parents by the previously given deadline of tuesday how many kids there's twenty three hundred split up from families so that's interesting there s you're right twenty three hundred and they didn't have any idea i mean didn't we have cellphones now anybody take a family group picture you know the aren't sure who belong with with family all right i mean they didn't they didn't do that as i understand it so they have to kind of piece together take pictures and show people to find out there making the best effort but obviously nobody was thinking in the beginning be able to reunite these families no no no because they were thinking zero tolerance and then what happened before and then you've got kids scattered all over the country so some of them are in new york some of them are in the west coast you know they're all over the place and so that's part of it what a nightmare so really i guess the judge had to do what he did how are they going to get them all together well that's right he had to do it and then of course this is raising questions nobody ever brought to the forefront who's educating the children how are they being fed medical care i told her one time it was seven hundred seventy five dollars per person per day for us to to maintain them and and now all of a sudden people are realizing wow this has been going on for quite a period of time now because of trump's extreme move zerotolerance it through this to the forefront but this has been going on i mean this isn't the personnel long time right this is crazy all right is always interesting with you bob thanks so much coming up next we're gonna talk to dr john huber get to the heart of what's going on psychologically here on.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Am so sick of everybody did on msnbc yesterday to stop reporting those statistics those numbers as if you've been verify they've been verified stop saying that there are two thousand when you don't know five hundred children have been your unified you're just these are all things that have not been verified and i'm really don't understand why the media in particular just keeps throwing out these numbers without that caveat behind all right and meanwhile melania trump goes back to the border yesterday what she forget her co oh hello the kids fish making it for her i didn't even the puppy skins with the spike away and then she you know what does she do she she'll she goes to see what is going on in the trump camps where we jail children now in this country what does she do she she actually goes and talks to law enforcement and to give give her support there because what we need their support need support for stealing children from parents from kidnapped dave did you ever think that you we will be having this conversation that we're talking about here in los in california putting together forty seven thousand beds we're going to have on all of our military bases we're going to be having migrant cities and we're going to be housing children in their family going to be incarcerating people for who knows indefinitely i saw the number so the number for per bed they're saying is in these camps is seven hundred seventy five dollars a dying okay to rent a suite at trump's dc hotel is seven hundred and fifty seven dollars a night we put everybody up in hotels around america and at least they'd be living better get rooms they get brome service maybe i've heard that the trump food is what i do not understand well i do understand but what bothers me is that you know we talk so much about illegal immigration out tough we have to get on it and how tight we have to be at our borders anybody who runs a hotel chain a restaurant any number of businesses knows that they must rely on a certain percentage of undocumented that's right is how prices are where they are that's right every every wealthy white person who owns one of those things knows that they're employing people without papers yep it's the second one of them is led off in handcuffs i will believe that we're serious thank you i was just sank until then it's just and it's just it's manipulation it's the actress casting it is it's it's it's it's absolutely you're absolutely correct because the reality is is that until you you can continually and what we have done you can kick people out they will try to come again for economic betterment for safety people people who are who are desperate yeah are willing to walk through the desert with their children to potentially die to say that they want a better life that is going that liberties that's worth they are the trip is the deterrent right people have already made a calculation yet you know that this journey may kill us but for sure will and you hear these stories over and over again about people who one of their children was kidnapped or forced into the gangs the gangs and the other one was being targeted or one of them is being targeted or the father was killed and mother would and that there are running from not to mention the trans people who can't who are being murdered right not to mention all of the other groups of they have no choice yes and i just can't understand i really do believe we have no right to the statue of liberty like the take it down put a sheet over it yeah forbid cleaning it's just i look at none the founding fathers were born here y'all i don't know what you're missing yeah lake yeah let's talk to johnny in south texas you're on the stephanie miller show i like that idea drape over the statue of liberty likely with a yellow crime scene tape put around the white house oh and what appears to be an empty pizza box now i don't i don't take a picture would be shelton you earlier with your clear concise reasons as to why the us supreme court is contrary to the spirit of democracy thank you thank you for that thank you for being on my team jani i don't get a lot of support here not so much he already yes okay the two things i.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on WGTK

"Well it has they are preparing to house up to about twenty thousand migrants on the basis now here's the point distant missed in all of this though and trump with his reversal which he couldn't reverse himself and he did reverse himself brings up something that even some members of congress i think forgot about and that was florez versus reno that at that time attorney general janet reno they signed a consent degree because you know she settled the case that way so it's been the law of the land since nineteen ninety seven after twenty days you cannot keep children in detention that's been out there so the these aren't just in the kids in the new times right here these are children that have followed that nineteen ninetyseven law and have been dispersed plus a lot of kids came here alone and they're out there somewhere 'cause a lot of work to be done but yes the hastily executive order that couldn't be done that was done now creates a situation of you know still dealing with what you do is families this will further by the way infuriate the issue because then stories are going to come out about the cost by the way and average cost i think i'm correct seven hundred seventy five dollars per day per person to house these people that have come in to the united states and of course some of them are illegal and some are trying to get asylum wow okay so now it's still continue to drive down that whole thing with the kids malania trump wow a big surprise she she goes to the border to visit a migrant children shelter unfortunately she's wearing a trench coat that says i really don't care he never stopped k is this the gift that just keeps yeah i don't know my i called a friend of mine who is a big time connected guy in politics republican politics into the trump's right what is really honestly honestly were they trying to send a signal to the base he said it it's their jacket to to show straight to the presses face donald trump donald trump tweeted out i really don't care it on the back of milanez jack refers wake news media first lady here's these kinds of things they never stop i i'm amazed i you never know what to expect yet but it it it people did say it's a secret signal to the base from what i heard she and and they've on could trump gave him an ear pool and a dinner earful i heard that's a good for both of them good job on their part so thank you bob ney okay coming up on the flip side more on the latest washing out of washington dc that affects you win here on america tonight it's been said any society is only three missed meals away from chaos those times may be near think about it our country faces multiple terrorist threats and aggressions from russia and north korea social unrest and violent marches yet again may lead to looting of stores and city shutdowns and a crumbling infrastructure leaves our power grid vulnerable to long term outages from a single cyberattack when the chaos from any.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Right i one of my supposed to do here anyway we're talking ten cities i was thinking penis sheriff joe arpaio you'd think arizona now i'm thinking phoenix horrible man unconstitutional every single thing that he did of course he would just pull over people based on race the courts told him not to do that because again the constitution of the united states dictate that he does not do that he continued to do that and was therefore found guilty of melanie sheer of jor pyo by the way running for senate because that's what you do once you're pardoned by the president of the united states you run for senate i guess naturally they have their primary in arizona on august twenty eighth so if you are a registered republican which is you are within your rights to do so please lord go out and vote against sheriff joe or pyo there's another psychopath out there kelli ward just try to find a rational republican because we just desperately need rational people back in washington so please lord do not let owen pray now please lord please lord that bad share of joe or pyo he made me a christian good lord maybe religious praying that he does not become the next senator out of arizona of course replacing the man who will not run senator jeff flake and as we talked about on the last episode all these republicans who are so they just they're going to lose like bob corker at tennessee obviously as we saw mark sanford other south carolina losing to the person who was supported by donald trump these republican primaries this is where donald trump does very well when it comes to picking a candidate of course in the general as we've seen he doesn't bears as well or so well as of course we saw alabama virginia and so on and so forth nonetheless jeff flake bob corker all these republicans who are now coming out and saying how tore donald trump is you know i good congratulations you're finally telling some semblance of the truth when it comes to donald trump and specifically his immigration policies because again you know me on my last episode i thought the north korea stuff will say i want to be optimistic but of course the always he always somehow manages to disappoint doesn't it but nonetheless when it comes to his immigration policy this is a huge stain on america this is the worst thing that's happened obviously a lot of references to the japanese interment camps and some people will split hairs and say well the japanese were us citizens so it's technically worse and i think we can just agree they're both bad i mean they didn't separate children from their parents and the japanese interment camps so that's true and again of course believe i believe it was airy truman that apologized and said we're not going to do that again and then donald trump said you know what let's rethink our inks and perhaps go back to a similar policy so sheriff joe arpaio of course again he's the dude introduced tent city made everyone where pink underwear all my god because how demoralizing is that i mean he's just an utter scumbag this guy it reportedly cost when you separate the kids from their parents in these socalled tent cities and i don't for like you know what i think the term city is really being loosely used here it's just a it's a it's a campground yes eleven hospitals yeah i don't think is right i don't really think that's happening it costs per child per day per night seven hundred seventy five dollars i mean that that's going to add up when we have over twenty three hundred kids hanging out in intensities for an indefinite amount of time of course that's the other proposal coming from donald trump he wants to hold the adults who cross our border in definitely which is going to cost us astronomical amounts of money his buddies and at core civic geo group these schmucks who run all these private prisons they'll be doing okay they'll they'll have a little bit more money in their pockets their stocks are gonna go up it's completely insane completely in you maine and again completely anti american if you keep the families together in this is an estimate from two thousand fourteen it's roughly three hundred dollars a night so it's almost eight hundred dollars a night if.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on KGO 810

"In san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of k gio eighteen a cumulus station now on amazon alexa opened the k g o eight tenths skill valve and human services secretary says his agency will start reuniting detained immigrant children with their parents but alex czar is making no specific amendment on how quickly that can be accomplished this all came about when president trump signed an executive order to stop separating migrant families at the southern border it's about keeping families together while at the same time sure that we had a very powerful very strong border and border security will be equal if not greater than previously so we're gonna have strong very strong borders government says it's caring for nearly twelve thousand migrant children at a cost of seven hundred seventy five dollars per day per child most arrived at the border without parents or another adult a white house official tells cnn that first lady melania trump helped change the president's mind on the families at the border issue the official says mrs trump held several private conversations with her husband to push him to doing all he can stop the separation of families loved to been in the room for donald cannot do this anymore oh jeez i'll say it's a terrible that was that was one of the russian hookers in the room to donald you can no longer do this donald as wrong sound like arnold schwarzenegger well booker's with an adam's apple the nine one one call from the daughter of the socalled california torture couple was played at a preliminary hearing today correspondent jim rupe reports the couple sat emotionless as they heard their daughter tell the emergency dispatcher the abuse the kids suffered jordan turpin seventeen but sounding significantly younger than her years told the operator she never finished the first grade she also talked about being chained up saying that happened when they did something they weren't supposed to do a sheriff's deputy told the court that the girl told him her father pulled her pants down and put her on his lap tried to force her to kiss him on the mouth the deputy also testified the girl said the house smelled so badly from human waste and garbage she couldn't breathe unless you stuck her head out the window the judge is expected to rule whether there is enough evidence to try the parents on multiple felonies including torture i'm jim roope and traffic and weather next sankei go mr steve moskowitz it is beautiful day and i know that these days like everybody it's hard to think about the things we wanna do but for all of us said that obviously have tax returns that we haven't put in or letters from the irs or foreign bank accounts that we forgot about you gotta forget about the sunshine because it can rain on your heart right indeed and what happens is it's so important because the government's on new program now they're getting rid of the began this program over dp on september twenty eighth of this year and then we believe we're going to see heavy duty enforcement both criminal and on the civil side remember the penalties start at a hundred and twenty nine thousand dollars per account got that in my pocket really serious big deal is for us to go to them before they come to you but that's always the way it is right obviously when people come to you i at least you have a chance when you go to them and there's a lot of these things to they don't want to mess with you because if they lose and tax court and there have to pay your fees and all that stuff so they really i mean they've really when you come in the room they they respond and that's what moscow tell is all about and whatever it is this on your plate i mean you like it could have been foreign bank accounts like he was talking about there and how that's changing or could be the positive side likely he'll tell you about one ninety nine a which could allow you to deduct your lower your taxable income eighty percent it's all there for you you just got a call steve and is incredible staff steve moskowitz top techs turney in the state of california probably the country it's a moskowitz llp dot com or eight eight eight taxdeal that's eight eight eight taxdeal tantrum ethic.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Cages seven hundred seventy five dollars per person and it's a way less obviously it's in the two hundred range for when they don't separate families and you wonder i mean how much can attend cost i just go to you go to the big five when tensor on sale and you pick up a tent for eighty bucks problem is the food the staff the medical staff they have to be given education so they have to have courses so it it racks up for a lot of money on this is apples and oranges anyway i'm saying i'm starting to get actually angry about the whole way this is being covered because they're making it sound like oh just keep them together right that the alternative is just keep them together this all has to do with the decision to prosecute the people that's the issue this is the secondary effect of the decision absolutely zero tolerance on prosecuting every single piddly ass misdemeanor illegal entry case that they get oh that's me the us is out of the un human rights council yes seen protests of what i love this what the trump administration perceives as a bias against israel perception there's room bias against israel half of the resolutions passed by the human rights commission half been against israel that was until the us joined right then fifth right now she's wildly disproportion in the meantime you have countries that wild lee engage in human rights violations and they're not touched rwanda imagine the irony of rwanda voting to condemn israel right so it's not that israel is perfect that's not my point but rwanda or tongo it's pointing the finger israel and they're in israel is the one that gets nailed by the human right commission over and over and over again so i agree with the trump administration on this one and not necessarily just because he is israel any country that would be singled out while all the rest of the countries who are i mean you talk about human rights violations cluster bombs wiping out families hospitals i dunno it's israel israel the oppressors it's just crazy i think the reason this is getting such a big headline is because while the us is calling the un human rights council hypocritical some people are calling the us hypocritical because they say that what we're doing to the families that the wars we are human rights right of everything we do in what israel does is human rights violation naturally actually the creation of israel itself as human rights violation this is why i have always advocated you take the un building right you victor everybody and turn it into condos except there are no corner there no windows in the corner of edna corner offices because they wanted it to be everybody has to be at the at the same level yeah there's a sense of equality so everybody can vote against israel without corner windows and it worked out beautifully a man who stabbed someone in the face at a berber burger king in burbank has died by his own knife now the elderly man that's how they're describing him yesterday who was stabbed in the face is expected to survive this is burbank police sergeant derrick green who says that the attack was apparently random immediately a patron inside the restaurant intervened engaged in a struggle with that suspect in an attempt to disarm the night by the way he talked to ktla on that one and they say that the attacker was fatally injured by his own knife while he was struggling with the good samaritan was this after before he ate the wolpert do we know handle let's take a break jennifer you wanna share.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on The Young Turks

"To make that happen or just type in ty t in the app store okay so i love all i'm so like i know a lot of those actors and the westworld actor and i taught for a little bit and he's really progressive and i loved it as cetera i'm so bummed i miss gary payden love european but he says he's going to come back a lot so that's great okay grill quick comments regards youtube super chat robert erickson says i'll help you and give fifty kronors by you give a progressive person a helping hand we broke trump today one step at a time we will get them and give me a little bit of that optimism i love it give me optimism and kronors all day long okay so thank you guys and last common for you guys comes from twitter hashtag to it live tartu us on twitter when we're live which is of course sixty eight pm everyday jif gudauta writes in the con artists in chief strategy one manufacturer crisis to blame your opposition three resolve the crisis and tell everyone would a hero you are yes but you know what it worked with north korea it did that's right that's a great example of it korea if you criticize that summit even a little bit you're in favor of nuclear war yeah but it did not work in this case no he's heard dog don't ask him if he's all right so sometimes it's done in a ham handed away especially with donald trump's tiny ham hands all right so it was thanks to him all right the ten cities of the trump administration has essentially constructed in order to detain migrant children and separate them from their parents is costing us quite a bit of money in fact according to reports the cost of holding migrant children in newly tent cities is about seven hundred seventy five dollars per person per night and part of the reason why is because you are essentially constructing these tents or putting up these tents and then you have to have infrastructure to keep the kids alive including air conditioning you need medical workers and you need security now i'm going to interrupt and say i guarantee you this right now what do they need your conditioning for us so fancy it's only one hundred degrees in the desert they don't need that what do they need medical workers for anyway later on we're gonna talk a little bit about what some of these trump supporters think about the policy of separating the miners from their family it's amazing the type of cruelty that some people in america will justify now by contrast a costs about two hundred fifty six dollars per person per night to hold children in permanent h h s facilities like casa padre brownsville texas and detention centers like the one run by us customs and immigration enforcement in dili texas dilly dilly texas okay dot costs about two hundred ninety eight dollars per resident per night per resident per night per prisoner per night that's really what it means yeah so look as usual knucklehead move you just don't need the ten cities they look terrible from a point of optics i don't mean that they're not pleasant to look at it i mean i don't know one is comfortable with the idea of us having ten cities of refugees inside the country and it costs a padre has the cage that's the one we shown you in all the media showing you before but at least they're inside of a building that scott air conditioning in it already and they get the meals to sell you don't have to reconstruct everything so there's a a host of bad options here but the ten cities is the worst option and it costs the most so it makes no sense at all yeah so let's move on to other news corey lewandowski was corey lewandowski was recently on fox news.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"The morning mortuary this is and i hope you yes i was calling about some information because my mind on grenadines she's on seventy seven years of age and she's you know on our left stages ride now her hunger that jia her cat pass before uh erakat was main lookie new she always use the mic adam is they are looking lulu uh the cab passed on and i'm pretty sure it on grenadine is probably right behind her oak me i always tell my fellow it'd be on it came up here on quick attract await the eight years there would be a charge of seven hundred seventy five dollars we conclude burner up an area that we care of the cremation earn on grenadine she was always asking any way so we've heard me and ask you already their way that we can get a discount all her ash not okay okay but pick here the cats cremation uh they can take care of all uh look you lose cremation they'll give you a very temporary earn the win let us get her are lucky is she had a lucky i i was like a marble all night i wanted to get it to my daughter i wouldn't be why not and then went on practice away within the earning that we put her remain then she would be within one plastic receptacle okay and then we can put the kitty cat inside look into her within the kitty cat own classic reductive with all jason ashes won't mix together will make the ridic but they'll gather in our what about the earned do you got supplied arnaud do we have to bring our own not we supply the earnt she's the way we composite put it in my view the mica crystal bottle yes you can't now as if on had something special at home jay abc's alex a red rag said they she like whatever men are not working for the said that correct i'm dumped didn't like this not much has come up yeah via head shipman's last night uh use me gas eu from the south than yeah yeah okay bill alessandro lay so unit you my name is they jogged by all can do like a whole new display with.

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"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred seventy five dollars" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Good morning mortuary to and i hope you yes homes calling the bassem information because my my on grenadines she's um seventy seven years of age and she's you know on our last stages right now her that gear her cat pass before uh erakat was named lookie new she always use the macadam his own lookie lulu uh the cat passed on and i'm pretty sure it at on grenadine is probably right behind her poke me i always kellie kellie it'd be on it up your hot wicket packed away vat is there would be a chart of seven hundred seventy five dollars we conclude burning her up and everything that we could care of the cremation earn on grenadines she was always asking any way so we've heard me nancy already their way to we can get a discount all her ashish not okay okay what take care if it had cream it's just uh they can take care of all uh lose cremation believe you of very temporary earn the win wouldn't let us get her her lucky eyes she had a lucky ahmed i was like a marble oh no one's get at to my daughter i wouldn't be play knock and then went on practice away within that for that we put her remain then she would be within one plus the receptacle okay and then we can put the kitty catching sight look in the mirror within the kitty test own classic reductive with all case ashes won't mix together will make the ridic but it will gather in our what about the earned do you got supplied arnaud do we have to bring our own note we supply the earnt she's the awaited we composite put it in my view the mica crystal bottle yes you can't now it if on has something special at home gear he's got like some red rag say they see like whatever metal amount of working for the said that correct i'm in my this not much is mama yeah yeah head shipman's last night uh these days you from the south than yeah yeah okay bill adalat folk unit you my name is jokolik by all can do like a whole new display with the red rag.

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