13 Burst results for "Seventy Nine Eighty Percent"

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You ought to get injected. Because that's gonna make you safe. Apparently is the implication except here is the most vaccinated country one of them and they just raised the advisory because they're blowing up over there with cases because we just showed you that over eighty percent of almost every category are vaccinated. Shown you this. Many times i wonder if i can pull it up right now. Are you go at. It just doesn't get more obvious than this guy's this is crazy stuff when she grabbed the right spot. There you go bingo now. This is the study down here. The link i went over the study on the show the one i did this but look this is israel confirmed cases june twenty seventh to july third vaccine bruce's unvaccinated every single categorize. Why said almost. Because it's seventy seventy-nine almost i mean every categories over seventy nine percent when you get up to ninety three hundred percent. Seventy nine eighty percent eighty four percent. I mean that's what we're looking at. These are the age groups. These are the cases twenty to twenty nine ninety. Five cases were vaccinated twenty-five vaccinated. It's like that. In every category percent cases vaccinated thirty to thirty nine eighty percent for forty nine eighty four percent fifty to fifty nine eighty eight percent sixty to sixty nine eighty nine percent. Seventy seventy nine eight ninety three percent eighty to eighty nine ninety two percent ninety plus one hundred percent. There doesn't even deviate guys. That's why it's a problem. So you have one of the most vaccine countries in the world and weirdly. All the vaccinators suffering. What does that show you and of course the study that we talked about in the article we talked about showed you that people had previously had the infection but not been vaccinated our way. It was point zero zero eight percent. They told you in that. Study that six point seven two times more likely for people who are vaccinated to get sick from the delta burien that is antibody dependent enhancement in my opinion. But they're forcing on you anyway. Even though israel just got basically they're dangerous now even though i mean that's stupid..

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

Never Loved Elvis

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

"This cup of what was going to win this thing because we and buried good. Yeah go sorry jumped to but we were snowman last night. You forgotten the david bowie at the star reading. The story isn't it. You think elaborate. They've bowie is at the start of the snow snow yet by law. I'm getting strange. Looks here yeah. I get stuff wrong law. I haven't yet proliferate retired. Somebody's in the snowman. Low last year to comer bowing being in it. It's not be checked afterwards sam before this definitely happened the expressions of but now now i'm getting a memory loss memory or you just applauded something else. He means amounts looks of the very very strange thing. Isn't it when you can turn the radio. You're to hit christmas. What any any day in seventy nine eighty percents. It's the most read is such that i it was now is the so i think you. So this is this. Hugh looking lovely very rich and but they don't need snow there is christmas will enjoy it but pitches shooting early so you get to see the bit because the rest of it is just fair. Out of johnson and johnson thing was Mainly just get on. The place was hoffman office. Skit won't do clip paraguay kit. Yeah no a tough man may not be now christmas album. We the best last and just to get kesse mccowan post and play. This is if it wasn't already atmosphere near the effect fairytale. New york's on classic. Stop the conversation but taking about about that before before today just to see were year reports and ended up on earth. Some interesting fact that you know that the pokes producers over. I know working closely with them. He the story goes that he challenged shut down to ride christmas. Songs and chen mcgowan went on a guy and this like two years. This is nice identified with something like that and it was ages in the making. So you know the here. And then they tried it and then didn't try and toward and get back to it. is that reception. There was a woman in the band. Kate trade something and she was doing the female vocal but she was having. A relationship collide. They fell out with the so the woman in the van. Kate kate ridden ridden she left. And they start working st louis white producers white and he's not kuzmenkov and so he said give me give it some of oliver listen to it and start playing with it and get into his wife and said georgia and she vocal them to it to the band and the bandwagon. That's not bad as microchipping smashing perfecting it getting absolutely right and cooking so different from the pokes known Mention them came out. That one song come out. They sold out person. Kademi christmas for twenty years. I think maybe twenty five. Maybe my. my brother-in-law guys loan to that Every christmas and five thousand pounds at five thousand every christmas by someone serbia sense every fool and have great time and it's an awesome performance anyway but they would have got first place and not do it now is in a wheelchair. They something two years ago. That's a christmas single high point. Rodman the low point if you korea massively news section begun. He was on before the movie that they've just turn on some reality show where they were placed his teeth as to get apple at the end of it shows. Athletes live forty years or something. This is a no point. Speaking being poisoned light point also found out. it didn't get to number one the net. Now it gets number two and he guesses for what kept off the top ninety seven. This is nineteen ninety-seven. Christmas contract is seven last night. It's not a christmas song. Were eighty seven. Who actually was going to say. Vandyke them a bit so album. We mentioned lost weight but game patriot. Mr blobby jewish boy girl single. It's sin was said Mccain does get christmas songs that's also in. Yeah in a moment. I figure it's seven thousand. Sheffield fails that was one went added claims. Maybe that's what. Christmas forever was the novelty christmas. Oh i think that might be. What is be the mr blobby number one on the other it was one was about to say it goes to number one is that anti. I was experts. Bendable for about a loss of social media really managed drive something for good against machine to number one is a classic it christmas. You find the course. Good well break against shakila christmas.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Dallas has in the fourth quarter right side to the fifty on the box the baseline over has to cross the river was deflected a Tyson Chandler gets ready for the and the Mavericks three forty two thirty that's Taylor's first offense a rebound in this series that big wait wait has it for Miami working with James silver sponsor has a top speed this is good eight Miami points when I was a little bit of a UCLA one three one and then when he gets the ball off of big bump in the night he's going to take him to the pay rate is sixteen his team trailed by two forty two forty to fifty instead of the left side pass deflected signal if I wait to see what the problem was used to go up John was like for how to wait from the art industry experience he still it was turned away by visitors lebron gets away it was spelled as dysentery in we'd hit the deck hard we we you could see feel you guys taking over district for the quarter fell by yeah I like what they did there when we picked up his dribble out of the three point line he gave the ball right to lebron James and embodied lebron James got received the ball he ran right into the post the post up Terry when we come to the line to the right these are the first free throws for Miami tonight free throw attempts Dallas eleven Miami none to this point when we reviewed the tolls right before the game came in early to see free throws here tonight after missing his first three in game one was the first one here you need to well Mike throughout the playoffs he's a seventy nine eighty percent that he missed the second as well first two free throws in the game for the heat forty two forty Dallas five to five fifty to go in the front court fans wanted a thousand places to go to the front porch no one was tall which gets what I need to be stupid behind this get X. three on Stevenson has knocked down his third three pointer Hey Dallas lead forty five forty that looks like a he sells again on that position another double payment adults even hard out of a man's a man and then they leave the people open the the the right ticket by fifty to hassle free website blog no good if you get the rebound to Dallas Miami is back he continues to push for the baseline right in the corner get to deserve it to be on the wing on the right side of my body let me get this issues he faces up three flights between hard without a call on my fellow human third puts it on the deck help comes at a time and help with a fellow blogger well my he's great at drawing fouls get into the defender and somehow make contact as he goes up to shoot the ball he's generally aren't faring on the free throw line read by Derrick made that one to two in a row tonight one forty four for one fifty six from the line in these playoffs that's twenty seven consecutive free throws made these over ninety four percent you have to remember the guy's seven foot one just a Marvel because he's over fifty percent increase over fifty percent of the overall if you want to watch the guideline the twenty eight robots down the pair there is never sleep by seven forty seven to forty four thirty to go pick up a broad gauge full court maybe in the past difficult Mario Chalmers the cross report for my summers away working up regards for the wave a hot player outside the are people who travel abroad from the top three one three this bank of order goes four three four one now that is a perfect example of physical strength and athletic ability how he got there he was still able to control his body and get off that shot we were talking the other day about his incredible power how we always seems to land on his feet like a cat if it jumps in the air may get turned over to three times always lands on his feet amber James to make that shot it's just incredible lebron is at the line for thirteen point two all right no good so Miami has not been to the free throw line with three times but they haven't made up over three plus four here tonight forty seven forty two Dallas for six lucky two of the finals Miami at one OO Terry outside the arts website if it's keep your cold over his head it's the right size basically kind of drifted away from the cameras generated the related in the Dallas leads by seven Miami has made spectacular plays when you look at the scoreboard Dallas ahead by seven points so they're passing beautifully and I wait for the right to kill every Texas afterwards thank you to have a great local trucks off the road okay the box out five he about but that was very true to the way to the front porch like Miller back in guarding him this becomes less critical baseline I was a kid four three the rebel groups for the rebound he was sandwiched by two Miami players that lebron it is a two thirds now here's the three twenty two mark of the first half what if they're exposed to do guys are you gonna get about you can't afford to for the last three minutes and twenty seconds I like it's either going to bring a child reserve box right now so that that's a good movie star players these MPP level players rare that they get in foul trouble click to three in the first half we just have a will to win the three games will never fell out of at any level right the front court if it's the right way one fight has broken out by seven double tons Mike Miller the.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For him that's it John Ewing stepped in and instead of going to the very very good job but Evan Abrams joins us now for your gambling needs action network and every good morning house vacay wouldn't will return when you say the vacay I I drove to Cleveland because the dog pound the bills brown you know you call it a very K. I call it you know I had no more good people but you know it was a good weekend was fun are you guys doing we're doing well and we're doing well well let's start here you know with the the local team that is in is in play this afternoon and and that's the jets down in Washington there two and a half point road Dogg against the Redskins coming off the by is there any lean in this game yeah actually I'm a little bit of a reverse one movement here so Washington open about one one and a half now two and a half and you've got sixty six percent of the tickets on the chat I played Washington first task and a little bit a Washington at the beginning of the week at one you know in the past three the rich get that but absolutely atrocious Abby that's coming off a really big win themselves but I think you've got to play Washington first act here I think they probably come out a little bit good a little bit fast I like some of their products I would look for it I like when you know I'm not a Haskins guy and I've said this week over week but I just think this is a good spot off little kosher win last week was you know Super Bowl in New York no that is true you're right about that in terms of the importance that I came up between the two local specially for the head coach's when you look at their when you look at both head coach is an Adam gase and obviously Pat Shurmur I'm looking for to to hear your opinion on this AFC south match up between the colts in the Jack worse obviously the Jack worse coming off of a by Nick Foles being back healthy coming in as the starting quarterback in the same thing for the Indianapolis Colts Jacoby percent come back from that knee ankle injury just give us your input on this kit yeah I mean it's a hot talk handicapping spot when you think about people coming off injuries a little bit of uncertainty I've stated the colts all year and I haven't done while doing it I took under ten when when walk went down and you know I'm still sweating that bad but today at under three I think you got a ticket I think the value there they just look like such a different team with per set right I mean with horror it looks like you know when you're the third string quarterback in older dialect and second string you realize you probably doesn't belong in the league and he probably could have just sat beyond percent done fine but now that you have to start back your goal in the pocket he does a good job I'd like things Jacksonville done throughout the season but I think this is just a good value play under three Lindy all right how but I'm curious visit we had service Missy near join us earlier on the program how about books in saints since coming off a disastrous performance last week at home against the Atlanta Falcons was a no nearly one a two touchdown favorite they lose the game by seventeen I mean it was just I mean it just destroyed knockout poles across the country that we go on the road take on Tampa Bay they saw him earlier on in the year they had the lawn easily down in New Orleans now they go on the road a five point favorite how bout the saints in boxes afternoon are oddly enough it's one of my favorite players of the day I can't play the number now because I got it a five and a half but I think campus got value you know we're showing what yeah I do know marshon Lattimore is massive guy I mean this is you know one guy out there that can help with god win an at the doctor to be there right now you've got a sixteen percent delta between tickets and money people of course back in New Orleans on the road doing a good job in that sense but the issue is it's fifty fifty tickets and the spread down to five I think smart money is coming in on Tampa and I think the match of the little talk here I haven't liked what I've seen that in awhile and all season now listen I've lost money in spots doing it but I keep talking about it they're not throwing it down the field they're very conservative their defense is great but when you take off their top corner and you take on campus past also but I think you could render a little trouble I'd love to hear your opinion about the Chicago Bears rams game obviously this is a game that's very important for the bears to value waiting metric biscuits who their future is in I want to see what this rams offense in this football team is really made up yeah I mean I I completely agree with you I played it at seven it is six and a half right now it's good it's a complete stay away at seven I think there is value in Chicago the thing I look at all starters on the rams offense of why due to injuries I really think especially without coaxes well they're just something basic and the quotes that you fifteen about girly when they start asking me today why are white is this a bad terms of touches and it's just cricket so there's something wrong there and until that happens I I like the full touchdown now you know Chicago look the way they look but in a primetime game getting that many points especially has really been all forget to spread this year usually comes back a little bit to the mean I think Chicago hold value which chat with that many brings action network run through the week eleven slate have any mention one your favorite plays is the box you like them at five and a half more so than the like them at five against the saints home this afternoon down in Tampa give us a couple of the things that he absolutely I'd love and adore today on the slate yeah sure I mean I played New England I play doing with a three and a half it's now all the way up to four and a half now this is the normal spot with the right if you're gonna get this many points and a home dog seventy nine eighty percent a ticket on the women I'm normally the Philly guide I'm normally the guy's going to then take take the points that would support a half you you might have like a fun little bill here's for happens more not but this is a bad spot for Philly they've got no offense of attacks through the air when you talk about Jeffrey and you talk about Jackson down and there just is no explosive this against one of the best secondary the police it's a real tough spot how about this one since two thousand three telecheck twelve in one straight up a weapon into again to spread after straight up walls when he's facing a team he lost also rather live they've had a lot of trouble with Philly and they've talked about it this week I think the women gets you know they're real Chris this game at least they should be so that's the number I'm looking at it took earlier in the week all right see like the patriots more SO three and a half and four happened soul of the pizza patriots team down in Philadelphia I give the eagles coming off the bye week yeah like the box this afternoon is their third play that you love today haven't it's not you know I'm gonna tell you to place that should hit but the value just isn't there Atlanta guys using one of the worst spots possible they won as a big big dog last week when you win a touchdown dog and show up on the road the next week your five and thirty straight up since twenty fourteen losing by a weapon and a half points per game so usually it's not back to back weeks you seeking show up like this it's funny everybody I'm talking to all smart people like Atlanta that's Brady's down three four points from the open so it is extremely confusing to me I've kind of stopped and backed away I actually like it landed in the spot so I'm gonna try to go against that trend I think they offer value was born after the boat for girl right but he was like five he was sick earlier in the week about five six days ago so it's it's a tough call either way I kinda like the under in that game as well two division St offer a dramatic win hi I would look good but could be a slower tart tasting all right Texans ravens want to get your thoughts on that one Evan sure our Houston coming off the body hardball you know it's interesting spot the thing I look at bill o'brien he space three teams in November later who averaged thirty points per game this ravens offense has been holding in those three games guys keep score twenty three total points this is the time the Texans need to stand up and be a part of this match up I'm gonna go with Houston here I'll get it John walks in is going to keep them in this game wasn't the ravens have been on top of everything they had the upset the blue out Cincinnati Cincinnati even show up in that game different after consecutive weeks of just rolling through I've got to take the points in this one I've done in the past and it's worked because once you've been a magician I'm gonna roll with it again hello all right I don't know yeah I know I I get the sense that I like the Texans on points is after I'm sticking with Baltimore in this one I just think with JJ watt out the way that the Baltimore Ravens have been going thirteen personnel one running back three tight ends run in power in the option off of that I just don't think the Texans defense is going to be able to hold up I completely out you agree I just when I look at you got this much time to prepare your point Baltimore and you really couldn't be getting Baltimore off a better spot we're talking the betting Houston I mean knowing one way and then you know Cincinnati roll over so you know you play the numbers Evan before we get to the profs here when the dolphins right if if you've been taken the dolphins in the points yeah I mean they really have been I mean they they played hard here for their head coach of floors they they really have what about the dolphins today once again getting points home taken on the bills I think the last five weeks there however they've covered five weeks what about the dolphins is does that stretch come to an end today what it cost of call that number is so damn perfect it's on my list for one reason I want to talk about this game bills right now should be a play by any can't run the ball they're averaging a league worst three point one yards per carry as it happens thousand Chargers okay the bills run defense atrocious the bill passed the fence great he should build really roll this game I think the first half bills plates is interesting I just don't want the full touchdown guys on the road I I just don't so the bill should roll though the.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Us if we always get you in the mood yeah K. and S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk we're getting an initial look at what our tax filings look like under the new law with many of us having filed by the traditional April fifteenth deadline Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin says iris data show small refunds for the upper middle class greater use of the standard deduction and a disappearing alternative minimum tax rich what we're learning what the basic big picture in terms of people tax liabilities as Congress cut taxes and taxes went down with this gives us a bit more granular look at it and so we're able to see in particular the use of the standard deduction went up in every income group pretty dramatically and were able to see you know that that they were the use of the alternate minimum tax the reach of that that parallel taxes some declined a lot I thought it was interesting that the numbers are largely the same I. seventy nine eighty percent of people I think what was got returns right the average return twenty eight twenty nine hundred dollars roughly but if you put on the story the tax law has remained mostly under water in public polls how come well I think if you reasons one is a lot of the benefits of the tax code for individuals were delivered through withholding so your paycheck went up maybe twenty twenty five Bucks pay period in early twenty eighteen and it was because of the tax law but maybe just didn't notice it and and maybe a refund ended up about the same or smaller a year or so later and so there's that direct connection between tax law was cut our taxes were cut and what was bad and I got more money that was a little attenuated because they got the benefits out through your paycheck I think also there's many people who dislike the law in part because they like what it does they suppose the corporate tax cuts they both president trump they have there's a reason why people even if they know they got a tax cut might oppose law I thought so unlike its comes down to a lousy political sales job ultimately law was passed on a partisan basis at all it was always going to start from a partisan perspective and and so it's you know I I would even think of it as allow the cells and I will continue with a sort of a a messaging or were you had not just Republicans out there talking about the benefits of law both broadly except for the economy and and narrowly for individuals but Democrats making the opposite argument that the law was a bad idea and that people work and get as much as they thought they were gonna get or that high income people or to get a lot more than lower income people see you reference to this point about beyond refunds this early data provides a first look at the changes brought by the law he said there's an important caviar here figures would likely represent less than ninety percent of returns ultimately filed why that you have to be very careful in interpreting this data particularly as it relates to income taxpayers and businesses you in those terms are we don't really get into capital gains taxation or the new direction for past three businesses because the data is really incomplete in those areas thanks rich Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin says iris data show small refunds for the upper middle class greater use of the standard deduction and a disappearing alternative minimum tax rich what we're learning the basic big picture in terms of people tax liabilities as Congress cut taxes and taxes went down with it gives us a bit more granular look at it and so we're able to see in particular the use of the standard deduction went up in every income group pretty dramatically and were able to see you know that this error is the use of the alternate minimum tax the reach of that that parallel taxes some declined a lot I thought it was interesting that the numbers are largely the same I. seventy nine eighty percent of people because I think it was got returns right the average return twenty eight twenty nine hundred dollars roughly but if you put on the story the tax law has remained mostly under water in public polls how come well I think if you reasons one is a lot of the benefits of the tax load for individuals were delivered through withholding so your paycheck went up maybe twenty twenty five Bucks pay period in early twenty eighteen and it was because of the tax law but maybe just a notice that and it may be a refund ended up about the same or smaller a year or so later and there's that direct connection between tax law was cut our taxes were cut and and what was passed and I got more money that was a little attenuated because they got the benefits out through your paycheck I think also there's many people who dislike the log in part because they like what it does they pose the corporate tax cuts they oppose president trump they have there's a reason why people even if they know they got a tax cut might oppose law that does sound like it comes down to a lousy political sales job ultimately law was passed on a partisan basis at all it was always going to start from a partisan perspective and and so it's you know I I would even think of it as a lousy cells and I will continue with a sort of a a messaging or were you had not just Republicans out there talking about the benefits of law both broadly except for the economy and and narrowly for individuals but the the Democrats making the opposite argument that the law was a bad idea and that people work and get as much as they thought they were gonna get or that high income people or to get a lot more than lower income people see you referenced this point about beyond refunds as early data provides a first look at the changes brought by the law he said there's an important caviar here figures live likely represent less than ninety percent of returns ultimately filed why that you have to be very careful in interpreting that that are particularly as it relates to income taxpayers and businesses you in those terms are we don't really get into capital gains taxation or the new direction for past three businesses because the data is really incomplete in those areas thanks rich Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news Bloomberg market minute stock futures and oil are slipping this morning as investors look ahead to a busy week fed chair Jean Paul testifies that Congress about monetary policy and the economy the fed releases minutes from its most recent meeting this week brings monthly updates on a consumer and wholesale prices and earnings from Pepsi Levi Strauss and delta airlines stocks slipped on Friday but for all of last week the broader market rose about one point seven percent Bloomberg has learned that Broadcom has secured financing and identified cost savings for the acquisition of Symantec in an all cash deal that could value the cyber security firm at more than twenty two billion dollars including debt the chip maker received lending commitments from several banks and an agreement could be reached around mid July although the talks could also still drag on or they could fall apart S. and P..

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Getting an initial look at what our tax filings look like under the new law with many of us having filed by the traditional April fifteenth deadline Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin says iris data show small refunds for the upper middle class greater use of the standard deduction and a disappearing alternative minimum tax rich what we're learning the basic big picture in terms of people tax liabilities as Congress cut taxes and taxes went down with it gives us a bit more granular look at it and so we're able to see in particular the use of the standard deduction went up in every income group pretty dramatically and were able to see you know that this error is the use of the alternate minimum tax which of that that parallel taxes some declined a lot I thought it was interesting that the numbers are largely the same I. seventy nine eighty percent of people because I think it was got returns right the average return twenty eight twenty nine hundred dollars roughly but if you put on the story the tax law has remained mostly under water in public polls how come well I think if you reasons one is a lot of the benefits of the tax code for individuals were delivered through withholding so your paycheck went up maybe twenty twenty five Bucks a pay period in the early twenty eighteen and it was because of the tax law but maybe just a notice that and it may be a refund ended up about the same or smaller a year or so later and there's that direct connection between tax law was cut our taxes were cut and and I got more money that was a little attenuated because they got the benefits out through your paycheck I think also there's many people who dislike the law in part because they like what it does save suppose the corporate tax cuts and opposed president trump they have there's a reason why people even if they know they got a tax cut might oppose law that does sound like it comes down to a lousy political sales job ultimately has on a partisan basis at all it was always going to start from a partisan perspective and and so it's you know I I would even think of that allow the cells and I will continue with a sort of a messaging or were you had not just Republicans out there talking about the benefits of the law both broadly accepted economy and and narrowly for individuals but Democrats making the opposite argument that the law was a bad idea that people work and get as much as they thought they were gonna get or that high income people are gonna get a lot more than lower income people see you referenced this point about beyond refunds as early data provides a first look at the changes brought by the law he said there's an important caviar here figures live likely represent less than ninety percent of returns ultimately filed why that you have to be very careful in interpreting the data particularly as it relates to income taxpayers and businesses you in those terms are we don't really get into capital gains taxation or the new direction for past three businesses because that is really incomplete in those areas thanks rich Wall Street journal tax.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fifteenth deadline Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin says iris data show small refunds for the upper middle class greater use of the standard deduction and a disappearing alternative minimum tax rich what we're learning what the basic big picture in terms of people tax liabilities as Congress cut taxes and taxes went down with it gives us a bit more granular look at it and so we're able to see in particular the use of the standard deduction went up in every income group pretty dramatically they were able to see you know that the fairer the use of the alternate minimum tax the reach of that sat parallel taxes some declined a lot I thought it was interesting that the numbers are largely the same I. seventy nine eighty percent of people because I think it was got returns right the average return twenty eight twenty nine hundred dollars roughly but if you put on the story the tax law has remained mostly under water in public polls how come well I think if you reasons one is a lot of the benefits of the tax code for individuals were delivered through withholding so your paycheck went up maybe twenty twenty five Bucks a pay period in early twenty eighteen and it was because of the tax law but maybe just a notice that and it may be a refund ended up about the same or smaller a year or so later and there's that direct connection between tax law was cut our taxes were cut and and I got more money that was a little attenuated because they got the benefits out through your paycheck I think also there's many people who dislike the log in part because they like what it does save the oppose the corporate tax cuts they oppose president trump they have there's a reason why people even if they know they got a tax cut might oppose law that does sound like it comes down to a lousy political sales job ultimately house on a partisan basis at all it was always going to start from a partisan perspective and and so it's so you know I I would even think of that allow the cells and I will continue with a sort of a a messaging or were you had not just the public about they're talking about the benefits of law both broadly accepted economy and and narrowly for individuals but Democrats making the opposite argument that the law was a bad idea and that people working to get as much as they thought they were gonna get or that high income people or to get a lot more than lower income people see you referenced this point about beyond refunds as early data provides a first look at the changes brought by the law he said there's an important caviar here figures live likely represent less than ninety percent of returns ultimately filed why that you have to be very careful in interpreting this data particularly as it relates to a compact airs and businesses you in those terms are we don't really get into capital gains taxation or the new direction for pastor businesses because that is really incomplete in those areas thanks rich Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news this report is sponsored by everybody for people who love powers good morning right now we have some road.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KTOK

"Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin says iris data show small refunds for the upper middle class greater use of the standard deduction and a disappearing alternative minimum tax rich what we're learning the basic big picture in terms of people tax liabilities as Congress cut taxes and taxes went down with it gives us a bit more granular look at it and so we're able to see in particular the use of the standard deduction went up in every income group pretty dramatically they were able to see you know that that they were the use of the alternate minimum tax the reach of that sat parallel taxes some declined a lot I thought it was interesting that the numbers are largely the same I. seventy nine eighty percent of people and I think it was got returns right the average return twenty eight twenty nine hundred dollars roughly but if you put on the story the tax law has remained mostly under water in public polls how come well I think if you reasons one is a lot of the benefits of the tax code for individuals were delivered through withholding so your paycheck went up maybe twenty twenty five Bucks pay period in early twenty eighteen and it was because of the tax law but maybe just a notice that and it may be a refund ended up about the same or smaller a year or so later and there's that direct connection between tax law was cut our taxes were cut and and what was that and I got more money that was a little attenuated because they got the benefits out of your paycheck I think also there's many people who dislike the log in part because they like what it does save the oppose the corporate tax cuts they oppose president trump they have there's only two reasons why people even if they know they got a tax cut might oppose law that does sound like it comes down to a lousy political sales job ultimately house on a partisan basis at all it was always going to start from a partisan perspective and and so it's you know I I would even think of it as a lousy cells and I will continue with a sort of a a messaging or were you had not just Republicans out there talking about the benefits of law both broadly accepted economy and and narrowly for individuals but the the Democrats making the opposite argument that the law was a bad idea and that people work and get as much as they thought they were gonna get or that high income people or to get a lot more than lower income people see you referenced this point about beyond refunds as early data provides a first look at the changes brought by the law he said there's an important caviar here figures live likely represent less than ninety percent of returns ultimately filed why that you have to be very careful in interpreting that that are particularly as it relates to income taxpayers and businesses you in those terms are we don't really get into capital gains taxation or the new direction for past three businesses because that is really incomplete in those areas thanks rich Wall Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Street journal tax policy writer Richard Rubin says iris data show small refunds for the upper middle class greater use of the standard deduction and a disappearing alternative minimum tax rich what we're learning what the basic big picture in terms of people tax liabilities as Congress cut taxes and taxes went down with it gives us a bit more granular look at it and so we're able to see in particular the use of the standard deduction went up in every income group radically and were able to see you know that this error is the use of the alternate minimum tax of reach of that that parallel taxes some declined a lot I thought it was interesting that the numbers are largely the same I. seventy nine eighty percent of people because I think it was got returns right the average return twenty eight twenty nine hundred dollars roughly but if you put on the story the tax law has remained mostly under water in public polls how come well I think if you reasons one is a lot of the benefits of the tax code for individuals were delivered through withholding so your paycheck went up maybe twenty twenty five Bucks pay period in the early twenty eighteen and it was because of the tax law but maybe just a notice that and maybe a refund ended up about the same or smaller a year or so later and so there's that direct connection between tax law was cut our taxes were cut and was passed and I got more money that was a little attenuated because they got the benefits out through your paycheck I think also there's many people who dislike the log in part because they like what it does they pose the corporate tax cuts they oppose president trump they have there's a little reasons why people even if they know they got a tax cut might oppose law that does sound like it comes down to a lousy political sales job ultimately law was passed on a partisan basis at all it was always going to start from a partisan perspective and and so it's you know I I would even think of that allow the cells and I will continue with a sort of a a messaging or were you had not just Republicans out there talking about the benefits of law both probably eat economy and and narrowly for individuals but the the Democrats making the opposite argument that the law was a bad idea and that people work and get as much as they thought they were gonna get or that high income people or to get a lot more than lower income people see you referenced this point about beyond refunds this early data provides a first look at the changes brought by the law he said there's an important caviar here figures live likely represent less than ninety percent of returns ultimately filed why that you have to be very careful in interpreting that that are particularly as it relates to a compact mayors and businesses you in those terms are we don't really get into capital gains taxation or the new direction for past three businesses because the data is really incomplete in those areas thanks rich Wall Street journal tax policy.

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hey, hey, welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. That a lot coming up for you this hour a little bit later on in the hour. We'll be joined by Dr Jordan Peterson. He'll be joining us to discuss his short-lived ban from a book chain in New Zealand over the Christ Church shootings Lawson joining us to discuss his ban over at the university of Cambridge. So we'll get to that a little while. We're also going to be getting to the latest on jesse's. And I have a piece of very good news. If you're a fan of my book, the right side of history on the right side of history. Yeah. It was it was a Bonzo week for that boats. Thank you all for participating in buying that book. I think it's an important. Oh, we begin this hour with Senator James Republican from Montana Senator James, thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. Spend thanks for having me. So why don't we start with this? What was the reaction on the floor yesterday? When the Senate decided to take up the green new deal Howard, Democrats responding to that. Well, they duct in they ran. We had a chance to reject us. This is radical socialist wish wish list that you're hearing from the candidates from the democrat side running for president this green new deal van the only thing green about it is not a money. It's going to cost the implemented. We've estimates about ninety three trillion dollar tab implemented, wiping out air, traveling vehicle travel, as we know cows even in the state like Montana, that's a big deal. But what would I chuckle about is literally wanna take us back to the days of Lewis? Clark if he were to implement this radical plan by two thousand thirty we'd be sitting around campfires in Montana trying to stay warm getting rid of coal oil natural gas. It's utterly ridiculous. It's unworkable unachievable is unaffordable disaster for jobs our economy our way of life. So it was it was interesting though, Ben, we tested, the courage of our democrat friends. They know this is a losing issue. And they all voted present. They did not have the courage to vote. Yes. They've been on TV saying, yes. It came down to vote. They voted present. They couldn't even vote. Yes, for no, no Senator have any of your democratic colleagues. Come over and spoken you and said like kind of on the down low. This is crazy stuff, and we need to stop at the crazy stuff or has it been them holding a solid front. You know, they stay pretty unified. Now. Remember, we had four four Democrats came our way and voted no Purdy short list. But you look at everybody who's running for president in the moment on the democrat side. They all know their presence. Although he's got we've got all the clip you've got it as well. Then or they've been out there. Boldly talk about this this this green new deal came to put it for an upper down vote. They ducked and they ran. So what exactly is the next step here? The AFC some of the other Democrats they were claiming that they need hearings on this sort of stuff. Are there any clans inside the Senate GOP to actually hold on this? There were discussing right now. What to do? I think we want to continue to bring this issue right in front of the American people when you do expose how radical a radical the Democrats are the center of gravity band for the Democratic Party has moved so far to the west on virtually every issue. It doesn't matter where you look it's raising taxes to seventy nine. Eighty percent. It is Medicare for none. It is the born alive embracing infanticide. We saw our colleagues do this a couple of weeks ago. This is literally a sprint left. And I think the more we can bring this to the forefront. The American people the better off we will be in two thousand twenty we can't even see a president candidate for the Democrats saying the word capitalism band. They stumble over that. And this really is a contrast between what about this nation is gonna head down a socialist path or continue embrace freedom liberty capitalism said there was something. Inherently hilarious now, washing democrat after democrat railing against Republicans for not taking global warming serious laid off and then immediately shifting into voting present when asked to vote on this stupid plinth. Now, what's amazing about the plan? Senator James is that it doesn't actually formally include any of these sort of most extreme calls. It calls in a non-binding fashion for becoming carbon. Fuel free. But it doesn't actually bind anybody. I'm sort of shocked, frankly, the Democrats didn't just embrace it. But that's just how much damage had already been done by AFC and particularly Alexandro causing Cortez with her frequently asked questions document in public perception of this thing, let me tell you this is a winning issue for the far left. It's a losing issue for the majority of the American people, and they're starting to see that in the polls and they recognize they have to run away from there. So they've got a real quandary because they're progressive left base supports this. But the rank and file commonsense ordinary American people are saying this is not. And so they have put themselves in a bind you what's interesting to Ben you look at what's going on in reducing carbon emissions United States leading in this way. Not because more regulations for because of American innovation. Ingenuity are seven are emission since. Oh, seven or down fourteen percent. We didn't have to join the Paris accord to try to do emissions down. We're just doing that to innovation. In this economy. You know, Ben, I'm a chemical engineer by degree let unleash the innovation science the left accuse us of being anti science. We'll take that fight all day. It is science this driving down CO two emission. It'll be this this far left ideology that will literally sickness economy and transfer the power, economically speaking to places like China that would be a grave mistake. The Senator Dane's at it does show has fundamentally unserious a lot of Democrats are about their own proposals. When they are running screaming like the actress Monty python Monty python and the holy grail. As soon as they're asked to vote on something that they originally proposed worship topic briefly. And just get your quick reaction to the release of the top line of the Muller report. We are expecting attorney general William bar to release a more complete Muller report anytime in the near future. What's the timeline on that? Yeah. We haven't heard specifically with the turn Jones going to do there. I I understand. He will be releasing more information on SE should. But there's information there that is classified. It's it's sensitive from a foreign intelligence you point. And so we're gonna have to rely on his judgment to release what's appropriate at the right time in. So they released the top lines of it. He moved that very very quickly will wait. Let him go through the report carefully before he releases more. But there will be more released. There's no doubt about that. Okay. Also, I wanted to ask you about the couple of proposals that the president has put on the table recently. The administration is going to stop enforcing ObamaCare, pending the outcome of litigation. Do you think that is the right move? And is there any real momentum inside the Republican caucus that that allows them to replace? What is currently this toppled together, not great system of ObamaCare with with something better and more cohesive? The president seems to think that there's a plan in the wings. Waiting to replace ObamaCare should ObamaCare. Go down in the courts. It seems to me that that it's been it was it was almost impossible and miracle the individual mandate was discarded. But it seems like there's there's not a lot of hope on the horizon for some sort of comprehensive plan coming forth. No, look, you look at what's happening right now with Nancy Pelosi in the middle of the leading the house at the moment. Look at the disaster. Trying to negotiate with Nancy closed on something that's fundamental as border security as building a physical barrier. And so this is not the time to be sitting out Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to to negotiate some kind of a six right now to the healthcare system in the United States. We need to litigate the issue in front of American people win back the house. Make sure we have majorities in the Senate. Make sure we have the White House at that point. We the right time to move forward here on reforming healthcare system in this country. The Senator James one more question for for President Trump, obviously put a lot of focus on the border. Apparently, he's now freed up some one billion dollars for border funding. Are there any plans to move more legislation on the border? Given the fact that we're now hearing reports that essentially they're in crisis mode differently. Some twenty four thousand people in the last two weeks alone on the border that they're twelve thousand people crossing in the last couple of days alone on the border. Are there any plans? About the president here at all. Well, we'll ban keeping I was down on the border here. Several weeks ago, I spent a night from two thirty AM until eight PM right there, mcallen, Texas that we aggrandize there. I thought I had the flood of illegal the flood of drugs methamphetamines, not cocaine marijuana is a crisis. What I say up in Montana's. I'm in northern border state with a southern border crisis methamphetamines are killing us in Montana, literally. So here's what we need to do. Remember, we're six months into the fiscal year already in. So the funds that we have allocated to the president and what he has moved forward with his mercy declaration, you only have six months left in this feels skier to spend it in. So I'm on the appropriations committee. We'll be reloading the approach coming up with the fiscal year ending September thirtieth in. So there's going to be enough resources for the president to make sure he can secure the border. Well, I I certainly hope that we are able to do all that. Now Senator James you are in a reelection fight as of next year. Obviously Democrats are going to be throwing an enormous amounts. At you. Given the fact that you're the first Republican to hold your Senate seat in over one hundred years you're up for reelection. How can people best support you in your race for reelection? Well, thanks, Ben. You know, I I did not have a career in politics. I was twenty eight years in the private sector. Just been in Washington. See now for six years, I'm fully election two thousand twenty you said the first Republican elected this seat one hundred years. I've probably surprise your listeners a state like Montana, but that's the truth. They're going to everything at me to get the seat back because literally the majority control the US Senate may run right through the state of Montana. We need to defend the seat that starts right now for listeners that want to help us out and go to my website. It's Steve Daines dot com. Simple as that Steve Daines dot com..

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on Bet The Board

"You can follow. Dave Mason on Twitter at Dave Mason, Dave one game left on the NFL docket. What's the betting handle look like so far as we sit about seventy two hours away from kickoff betting handle from the roof, especially early early actions. Crazy got steady will slow and steady early action. When the patriots as small dogs meeting pick them. Through the roof going to be humongous Rams fans. Super Bowl Sunday. Not only get spread. But the money line is well what we got here at seven eight percent seventy nine eighty percent of the money is on the patriots currently modest two and a half about seventy five percent of the money line action is on the patriots currently minus one thirty eight. The toll was not a huge decision yet about fifty five percent of the action is on the over so far. But, but yeah, it's kind of one of those spreads where usually you need underdog on a spread the favorite on the money line. But that's not the case we we're gonna need to dog on both big. It's pretty pretty crazy. 'cause I mean, you talked about it and paying I know you, and I have broken this down in the past typically the recreational better once about the favourite lay in the points here. She's going to back the underdog on the money line the books at least put themselves in a good spot. Apparently, not quite the case for what Dave San. No, it doesn't sound like it. And I think it's a just a different game here because we're looking at a line. That's roughly picked the winner to the the recreational better. Dave disquiet question here talking about the spread a little bit more internally. Have you guys discussed going to three in if so at what point do envision going there? You know, it's we know we all know on this call at least why that number's not at three right? Sharp axe at some point. And you know, that goes three that there's a bunch of people out there. Looking chops waiting for that three? So, you know, be bad Super Bowl. It's a last game of the year. It depends on that red number man on you know, the guys upstairs who hated him out a little playback thing. Yeah. Play back in we get and it's not going to be free, for God's sakes might be a few seconds to get some big Texan just get some money down. But, but no, I mean, you know, it's it's we all know that you gotta pay attention that sharp action more than the public action. And that's that's the way we do things here in union square books. Don't take shar backs you might get that three, but we take significant amount of short back shit. So. Should be there. But I wouldn't say I say essay, minus four hundred stays at two and a half Loof. Interesting too steep line. That's a steep steep number there. Yeah. Have you seen any sharp action? Come in early at this point side or total. Side patriots early when their goals. I mean that that you know, pickle pick them better. But you know, that was early onto the limits were dead high. So we do know that why sharp action wakes to Linnet at very high told a little bit on the not too much. A lot in the first half. I would assume more so. Yeah. Okay. Interesting in props. How those look anything that's pretty interesting in terms of liability any games or any props? Maybe you've had to take off the board anything crazy with the proper action, but online dot AG. About the Arctic rock to retire people, counting the hell. Interview last night. He did I don't know be sold interview. But about injuries and stuff most serious interview of ever seen Iran do in step. I think they got good value. There we close the Reito's what will color three does bag. They the first rita's -mercial and people would also start pounding the favorite read. I mean, it's pretty heavy favorite. But they start pounding in. And the our props Magara close into some research. Look like the commercial about leak or something. So it did. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So. Aso? Especially some of these accounts highlighted sharp county people that there in the spread and other been fricking, everything frigging dorito, commercial bags and stuff. But whatever. So hey, good engine this business wherever you can find Dave..

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"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:01 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine eighty percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Talking this morning about a lot of things teacher pay raises a house version get a Senate version both wanna pump billions of dollars into the system. The Senate version not as much as the house version. Yeah. Property taxes are all tied to that. Austen's one of those rich school districts that sends more than six hundred million dollars back to the state this year. And we've got a budget shortfall DASD, and with all the talk of giving teachers a pay raise we thought it'd be a good idea to bring Ken Zariff from education Austin in he represents the largest teacher's group here in town, and represent a bunch of teachers and just want to get your thoughts on this. We heard a sound bite from you after they brought out the seven billion dollar house proposal that that that's not enough. Well, no, it's not. It's good to be here guys. Sorry, a little tardy this morning. Appreciate the time. No eighty seven billion. I'm really the devil's in the details. What are you can do with the seven million dollars? Why strings will be attached? Because we know there'll be lots of strings attached to any amount of money, but they say they would create a pool that would allow you to pay the best teachers as much as six figures, maybe even some pay if you work in some of these schools that are hard to hire teachers, or they can't find enough teachers, you know, and you know, if it's too good to be true. True, probably is and paying teachers one hundred thousand dollars and fixing the system with those limited salaries because only a handful of people would ever get that you're going to create more animosity more division. And you're not gonna succeed if you want the entire says if you want all kids to succeed, then you need to want to have all teachers succeed, all employees in the district is not just a handful because this is the thing and all you want everybody to succeed. Absolutely. What you're saying? All teachers deserve a pay raise all of them every single and you'll is not just the teachers. It's the custodians, it's the bus drivers to get them to work. It's the front office help. It's everybody in the system that helps the kid to be successful. It's not just teachers how much do we spend on average per kid in the state of Texas. I've heard numbers between eight nine hundred twenty five and six between five and six on average on average. And that's in a row. Iran last night in the statewide average. We spent about ten thousand per students up in New York where they have a graduation rate of seventy percents. They spent about twenty thousand per student art graduation rates about eighty percent seventy nine eighty percent. It kinda indicates that money's not the issue. Well, I would I would take two or three thousand members and and express that money is the issue if you want if you want the highest performing any organization any business any society you have to pay for that success. It's a dollar people in in industry. Those like gates and those who wanted to to improve education, they went at every which way, but to pay teachers more you have to pay more you have to invest. It's an investment that gives you a return every business owner listening right now when they have an employee come in and say boss, I need a pay raise. And the boss says well determine worth it are you bringing in the revenue or we're getting a good results from what you got what more are you going to do for this pay race? What do you expect? If we give all teachers across the board as you're asking more than six figures. What can we as our investment expect in that re in return what will happen, then that's not happening now because of money? Okay. So first of all. Whether it's six figures, or it's another ten thousand dollars, whatever that is the investments, we're not so unrealistic as to think that you could do one hundred thousand dollars for every teacher. I think that we just want to underscore the the ludicrous nature of such a proposal to have any type of large impact throughout the district. But what are we going to get out of that? What's our return on the investment for a hundred thousand dollars for any kind of school district? We pump the seven billion twenty billion dollars into Texas public education. What am I gonna get in months and years to come? Well, what you're already getting is some great schools. What you're already getting is really good performance paying teachers forty five to fifty thousand dollars. You're already getting that day. I was rated at eighty nine. It was almost an a in in in state accountability turned to that. Go ahead. Can we spend the most money at the underperforming schools? We spend more money at the underperforming schools in the ISD than the schools that are doing very, well, that's because the schools need more. There's an inequity between schools between between different areas of town. There's historical equities. It have to be undone. Sounds like what are they want to spend the money on? Pick a school in east Boston. That's underperforming. What do they what do they need? Gimme. Gimme gimme one need of one school in east Boston right now. That's underperforming. They need to have wraparound supports. So the kids come to school. Okay. I'm sorry. Wraparound is social support they need you. Have you have people in the east side of town in north central Austin as opposed to the west side of town, and they don't have the same opportunity. They don't have the same privilege. They're wrong Sierra Bravo Sierra. That is ludicrous is not allowed. You're telling me kids at underperforming schools. Don't have the same opportunity. I haven't seen you're looking for equal outcome as opposed to equal opportunity. Both I'm looking for equity, not equal anything those who history and their parents and their grandparents didn't have as much they need more. Now compared to those who have parents and grandparents that had a lot that provided them privileged to be successful. What are what are what? Which one of our high schools is underperforming right now you're concerned about which actually if you look at state accountability, we don't have a high school that's underperforming. And so we actually have a lot of success. I'm trying to figure out a school on the east side. What are some of the specific needs of these schools? You say the wraparound. I don't I don't quite understand it. So so the there's a term called community schools in something that we're very involved in it shows that the kids that come to school. You gotta have support a kid is coming out of a more privileged background than as economic resources has more opportunity. Their parents have a background than maybe as a higher education. They're they're growing. They don't have to worry about healthcare. They don't have to worry about the stress of life. The way a kid over on the east side may have to our north central Austin. There's so many words as a kid comes school. Are you have you been a victim yesterday? Are you dealing were your parents even home last night? Are you have to take care of your of your brother and sister certain challenges that aren't faced with every kid in town how how was pumping more money into the school system. Gonna help those kids because the schools are today have to act more like counselors and support than they ever. Have. You have you know? We we talked earlier off air that I grew up in a small town. There was all kinds of supports in Iowa. My small town the school was the hub of the community. That's what we'd like to see. Here's the schools be a hub where people feel like they can come to the school that part of a community. I'm begging for the details. What specifically what does it? What are you? What do you need? What do you need you need money dribble to help kids be ripe for school? What does that mean? Am I going to hand the money to the kids am I going to hand the money to parents who are not involved? What specifically is that money going to be used for on east side schools that are underperforming? What? Specifically, do we need to buy? If we if we if we look at web Reagan web Immelt middle school Reagan high school, they have family resource center wraparound services ways of supporting kids in their family. So they can be ready to come to school. And what do they give them? Okay. So family resource center provides either a counselor. It could be a social worker it's access to resources that their family may need. So that a child so instead of being? Worried about being like food ran ran helping helping to get resources had access to resources, so they can meet their utility have tons of resources in this community already. And now you wanna pump money through the system through the educators through Robin Hood back down to a school to help apparent pay the ranch their kid goes to school. We want to be polluted. Now, we want to make sure that every kid is ready every night and have a good night's sleep. So that you make up in the morning and go to school ready prepared. I don't know how money is going to make sure a kid gets a good night's sleep. Because if you have a school that that that you don't have resources, you don't have those types of supports for a kid, and there's no money to help support him so communities the communities at schools organization that helps to connect kids with resources that 'cause there's expense to the people that are trying to provide those resources it is convoluted. It is so we got to provide the resources, plus we also have to provide an avenue to tell them how to get the resources in the school which. It has nothing to do with reading writing and arithmetic and getting a diploma. It has everything to do with reading writing arithmetic because the kid will be coming to school. The have a good night sleep. They'll feel safe. It's maslow's hierarchy. It's the bottom. They have to feel secure they have to feel safe in life. And that's what the kids on the west side disproportionately.

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