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Daily Tech News Show

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Gmail iOS App Has Out of Date Warning

"Fifty percent of the year to ten point zero five billion dollars. Although ride hailing revenue did surpass. Its delivery business for the first time since the covid nineteen pandemic started over. Twenty twenty uber narrowed its net loss. Twenty percent of the year to six point seventy seven billion dollars. Some users reported that logging into the latest version of the g mail. Ios should've security warning from google that this

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Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:11 min | 8 months ago

Amid Pandemic, Airlines Forge a New Survival Metric: Daily Cash Burn

"Tomorrow and the days to follow. We'll bring a peek inside the books of the Big Airlines Delta United American and southwest will report earnings and there's a phrase you will undoubtedly here around as they detail how they are getting through the pandemic cash burn. And among the many questions we have is how long can you burn cash when there is so very little of it coming in we as marketplace's into your to explain. A company's cash burn rate measures how quickly IT spending its financial reserves the International Air Transport Association says. Airlines will burn through more than seventy seven, billion dollars during the second half of this year Brian Pierces that group chief economist most companies particularly, airlines just don't have revenues coming in, but they can't get rid of all of their cost at the moment. So they are running down there cash balances. In the bank they opening cash at a rate of many millions of day last quarter. Delta. Reported a daily burn rate of twenty, seven million dollars but I just found out that airlines calculate cash burn differently. Yeah. That was news to me as well. Read Snyder runs the airline industry blog cranky flier as figured casper and it's okay we had this much cash. Now we have this much cash but no. They're all kinds of little carve-outs in in differences between the airlines whether an airline includes principal payments or debt service payments in their cash burn will tell a different story to investors but no matter how the numbers calculated unrelenting cash burn means more debt former airline executive and industry analyst Robert Man puts it this way you go to the red to place by a bunch of furniture and burden. Slough to pay for it ultimately, but you brought it expenses don't go away just because people aren't flying but jack her shoe follows distress businesses for SNP global market intelligence says the airlines are in better shape than they're letting on. They've got almost uniformly more than a year and some cases more than two years of running room with cash as it currently stands in the balance sheet before they end up in trouble because before the pandemic hit, the industry was making enough cash to burn.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Fifteen year old is telling NBC's today show that she still struggling to wrap her head around her new found fame and I woke up and I'm still living a dream even though I'm a walking on on the street people are asking for pictures so this is really crazy and I don't think I'll ever believe it to be honest lost on Monday two seven seeded Simona Halep no one this young as ever made it this far in the tournament since nineteen ninety one house speaker Nancy Pelosi says labor secretary Alexander customer needs to resign as guns after billionaire financier Jeffrey out Steen was indicted yesterday on charges of sex trafficking underage girls years ago in Florida Acosta struck what many complain was a sweetheart deal without Steen that sends him to just over a year in jail and finally former president Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn had been married longer than almost any other presidential couple on Sunday they celebrate their seventy third wedding anniversary you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio there's now an eighty percent chance that a tropical depression is likely to form by the end of the week or the northern Gulf of Mexico currently the disturbance stretches across Alabama and Georgia and is slowly dropping south heading into the weekend the system will start drifting west along the northern Gulf coast keeping heavy rains in the Florida panhandle and points west but the target may be farther west in the coastal Louisiana or Texas at the system become strong enough to earn a name it will be called very the fort bend county sheriff's office is announcing the arrest of six illegal immigrants suspected of running a burglary ring the suspects are accused of more than one hundred burglaries in the Houston area mostly victimizing the middle eastern Asian and Indian communities they reportedly broken the victims homes during the daytime and stole cash jewelry and gold investigators say most of the suspects are from Honduras and I've already been deported several times only to return despite what you read about violence in Mexico there's a growing number of Americans were moving south of the border the latest numbers from the Mexican government estimates there are eight hundred thousand Mike Nelson I'm a gallon who literally wrote the book on moving to Mexico says it's a lot easier than trying to move here Mexican governors realize that these are a good revenue source and they're good for the country so they've made the the requirements more straight forward the number of Americans who have moved to Mexico is gone up four fold since nineteen ninety the U. S. women's soccer players of earned about ninety thousand dollars in World Cup bonuses but they would have made more than half a million if they were paid like the men the gender pay gap has been in the spotlight things to their lawsuit and Texas a and B. some with the center for public policy priorities says there's a huge pay gap to women are only making seventy nine cents for every dollar that men are in the state and families do so much better when women are are paid what they deserve to be paid she says Texas women lose a combined seventy seven billion dollars every year because of the pay gap I'm charity McCurdy this report is brought to you by positive coaching alliance got issues with you there high school sports positive coaching alliance can help PCA and national nonprofit.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of appeals to uphold the District Court ruling of judge Reid o'connor who sided with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton against the affordable Care Act Congress at the taxing power and they tied the mandate to that will now that taxing powers gone to the mandate is standing by helplessly young constitutional California Attorney General hadir best Serra lead to sixteen state coalition defending obamacare against the lawsuit it is an irresponsible action it is a legally unsound action and it is a dangerous action for millions of Americans at the capitol Chris fox news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. democratic leaders plan to move ahead on contempt proceedings against Attorney General bill Barr and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross Democrats are aiming contempt citations that bar and Ross for defying subpoenas for documents concerning the twenty twenty census the house oversight and reform committee has been trying to get information about the trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census the Supreme Court ruled last month that the administration has not provided a good enough reason to add the question as New York financier Jeff up steam wakes up in a New York jail cell held on charges of the hiring underage girls for sex his long time friend former president Bill Clinton has released a statement I have seen is being held in New York on charges of sex trafficking under age girls and conspiracy of fox news report produced years ago said Clinton went on apps teams playing more than two dozen times and had ditched his secret service detail for a few of those flights a statement from Clinton says he knew nothing of Epstein's crimes it added the Clinton took four trips on apps dean's plane in two thousand two and two thousand three the statement said the secret service traveled with him on every leg of every trip and that Clinton hasn't spoken to abstain in well over a decade meantime house speaker Nancy Pelosi says president trump's labor secretary Alex Acosta should re Zayn over the sweet heart plea deal he gave up scene in two thousand eight where he only had to serve thirteen months in prison but was still allowed to report to work old Ericsson Swalwell is dropping out of the democratic presidential race the California congressman announced his White House bid about three months ago but his campaign failed to gain traction Swalwell will seek reelection as a congressman next year fully on Castro's performance in the first democratic presidential debate will likely get I'm invited to the next one later this month his campaign announced this week that they receive the required one hundred and thirty thousand unique donations as a mere political analyst cal Jolson says while the former San Antonio mayor may be doing better he still clearly in the second tier of candidates rising it's still low on the horizon but it could rise for any cancer needs to hold on while others in the democratic field are dropping out of the race for president meanwhile billionaire and liberal activist Tom Steiner is joining the crowded field of Democrats who are running for president and twenty twenty and a campaign launch statement and video star called himself an outsider and has been calling for the impeachment of president trump buying ads even drawing the president's higher on Twitter the gender pay gap is in the spotlight things to the women's World Cup victory this week by the American email soccer players receive a salary of about thirty grand less than their male counterparts and also were less bonus money for making it to the World Cup there's a similar pay gap in Texas where women are about eighty cents on the dollar and be some with the Austin based center for public policy priorities says this is all about family security we need stronger protection so that women have recourse when they are not paid the same amount of men for the same work one study found that Texas women who are employed full time lose a combined total of nearly seventy seven billion dollars every year due to the wage gap Michael board this radio twelve hundred WLIR W. away I knew so I made thirty seven traffic and weather together in just a minute but first a check of your.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"Don't wanna have to buy your trucks and base your military development on industries and technologies that are based outside the US. It's a national security issue. So it'd be investing as president into that industry to keep those jobs and really punishing the companies that go overseas. The one thing President Trump's unwilling to do is to stand up to the banks, his bankers like he's unwilling to stand up to Wall Street is unwilling to stand up to the wealthy and the political elite his tax cut. I mean, it was a give away to the wealthiest Americans it barely help the middle class. So I would unwind those tax cuts and leave in place, the middle class ones in them build on those, but I would star. By rewarding work and really focused on keeping American manufacturing keeping made in America in America, a lot of the things that you're talking about cost buddy, and I think some, you're looting to some of this with higher talking about Wall Street, but where does that money come from a couple of places so the first is the one point five trillion dollars of tax cuts, probably only a few hundred billion at max, go to the middle class? So you're gonna at least clawback about a trillion of that. So that's money you can invest in job training. I would also to a transaction tax. There's only two Democrats running for president that support that and it's pennies on the dollar pennies in it's such a small amount of money, but it raises a great deal of revenue about seventy seven billion dollars a year. So I would do that as a way to invest in job training and rewarding work. I wanna talk a little bit about your sort of process, so far and what it's like. Toronto for president, do you ever sort of go to bed at night, and think to yourself, this is the real, I'm running for president or are you? So in it, I do. And I feel very blessed and very grateful that I have the opportunity to do, so, and I do thank my mother and my grandmother, forgiving me courage, and giving me that never give up nece, and that termination to do what's right. Even when it's hard, especially when it's hard. And so that's what it's for me. I feel very call to this moment to fight against what President Trump's created this division, this hate this darkness, that he spread across the country. Fear, fear anxiety fear of immigrants. Fear of refugees, fear, neighbors, he wants to build a wall wants to divide us. And the American people are struggling to tell you, there's a lot of families that are desperate and can't make ends meet and can't provide for their kids or protect their kids. You know, similar story, I think it was a continuation of the one you read this weekend about a worker from one of the plants in Ohio. One of the car manufacturers about how he didn't know what kind of man, he would be if he couldn't provide for his family, and he didn't know if you should wait to see if the jobs, definitely are going overseas, whether he could wait six more months to see if that job would still be available to him and that breaks my heart. So I'm running because I know I can take on special interests that are making these jobs..

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Could California Get an Autobahn?

BrainStuff

05:55 min | 2 years ago

Could California Get an Autobahn?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here. Germany is known for several awesome things including veer brats. And of course, the autobahn bundles Audubon as it's known in Germany is really just if federal highway system there, but to visitors the allure of the autobahn is the speed limit or lack of one cars can top two hundred forty kilometers per hour during normal conditions on this famed freeway that's about one hundred fifty miles per hour. And now, a California legislator is proposing. A Bill that could make the state home to what is being called the American autobahn John Morlock, the Republican state Senator from Orange County introduced state Bill three nineteen in February of two thousand nineteen to relieve traffic congestion along interstate five and state route ninety nine according to the proposed plan both roadways would get new lanes. One northbound and one southbound drivers in the new lanes would not have to abide by a speed limit though, the existing sixty five miles per hour. Limit would remain in effect in the. The existing lanes that's about one hundred and five kilometers per hour. The idea also could provide an alternative California's controversial long-delayed and possibly canceled high speed rail project the proposal comes on the heels of California governor Gavin Newsom announcement that the bullet train as planned is too expensive at an estimated cost of seventy seven billion dollars and would take too long to build. There are no official cost estimates for the Audubon Bill, but in February Senator Morlock told the Los Angeles Times it could cost about three billion dollars. He also said the money would come from the states cap and trade program which requires companies to offset pollution by purchasing credits. If plans move forward the American auto Bahn would be constructed along major freeways with Bela Bach area, which is about eighty miles or one hundred twenty nine kilometers north of Los Angeles at the southern point in Sacramento or Stockton. At the northern end that means theoretically vehicles travelling north at one hundred miles per hour. In the unrestricted lane could make the trip from Sacramento. Tila Beck in about three hours coin that Dr takes over four hours well over depending on traffic. Aside from improving drive times for those along that route the authors of the Bill claim it would also help reduce congestion, which would in turn decrease greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles stuck idling for that reason. The Bill specifies that funding should come from California's greenhouse gas reduction fund which regularly supports transportation and transit projects that reduce pollution. Critics point out. However, the missions go up at high speeds, so encouraging people to drive faster means there wouldn't be any net reduction in pollution, in fact, Bill maga- Vern a spokesperson for the coalition for clean air told SF gate that the net reduction in emissions theory is ridiculous. In addition to the pollution, concerns. Critics are also worried about the risks. To drivers Maureen vocal a spokeswoman for the national safety council told USA today that numerous studies demonstrate that Wednesday's raised speed limits. They can expect an increase in traffic fatalities statistics from the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that in two thousand seventeen speeding was a factor. In twenty six percent of all traffic fatalities that accounts for nearly ten thousand deaths. Several states across the US have increased speed limits. For instance, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming allow drivers to travel eighty miles per hour on certain highways and Texas allows eighty-five miles per hour along a specific stretch of state highway one thirty that's up to about one hundred and thirty seven kilometers per hour. However, the current maximum speed limit in California is still seventy miles per hour about one hundred thirteen kilometers per hour. With some stretches along the proposed Audubon. Route a little bit lower. Californian's shouldn't get too excited. Though, yet the Bill has a long way before ever becoming law and may never get there. If it passes the vote in the states house and Senate it must then be approved by governor Newsom. For contrast Germany's autobahn covers seven thousand five hundred miles. That's about twelve thousand kilometers, and there are some sections with speed limits. New drivers in Germany are actually trained on the autobahn to learn how to handle the high speeds and the country's licensing process. A lot more difficult time consuming and expensive than it is in the United States if California's autobahn gets approved this three hundred some mile stretch of road might only be a start to a larger system. Today's episode was written by cherise three wit and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more in this in lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hebron stuff instead of an ad today. 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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Seventy seven billion dollars to connect L A with San Francisco and governor Gavin Newsom, the the new governor they're canceling the project and now President Trump says we want the federal money back. We went the grants that you were awarded federal dollars for that high speed rail system now that you've canceled seventy seven billion dollars. Now, that's that's not all federal money. But there is some three point five billion dollars in federal money. That's a lot of money. You know, right now, President Trump wants to redirect some money to go to the wall. Right. I mean, that's that's money that could concern. I I don't know if you can pay from Rome one budget to the other, but but that is money that conceivably could be spent on a on a wall at least a portion of the wall, right? Does that not speak poorly for the the new green deal and all the talk about high speed rail and how that's going to replace airlines to fly anymore, which which I'd be fine without flying. I'm not a big fan of flying. But if California the most progressive state in America has to cancel their high speed rail because the dollars and cents just don't work. How is how are we going to have that around the entire United States? I think that's that's going be. That's gonna be a tough way to argue that for a nationwide plan in California can't make that happen. Though, we still have the with the virgin the virgin rail. That's going to connect us with Miami. Right. Yes. We do. We was called bright line. But now, it's virgin transportation or something like that five twenty eight.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"Sentenced today. What backbenchers will be tomorrow? Whole marketing seven seven three eight one three eight one one. I had a laugh as California pulled the plug on their their bullet train their high-speed train their future train. Yes. Gavin newsom. The democrat governor pulled the plug today on this massive seventy seven billion dollar Choo. Choo train pull the plug because the green new deal is utter nonsense. Welcome back to the Mark Levin show. Rich the only in for Mark your fell out of Philadelphia. Thank you for being part of the show tonight. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one a little bit later. We'll get into the mother stuff, by the way, turns out mother has nothing as we've long said, by the way. So I want to know from you, though, are you okay? With this compromise deal that came up with today. Now a couple of points on this number one. If the president agrees to this it doesn't mean he'll never get any more border funding. That's important understand. Here's the Chappel Gutman Bill that Senator Ted Cruz proposed which is to take all of his money now that he's. Been criminally prosecuted and found guilty good go with that, Mick Mulvaney. The White House chief of staff has said you can use executive orders to take money from other executive projects legal. It's not extra constitutional. It's not even a national emergency. You can do that. So there's other ways to achieve that Bill. But then, of course, the big question is, but this compromise. Does this compromise signals something wrong, something weak something that has to be fixed? You get one point five billion dollars. That's just rounded up for a barrier. Not wall barrier, and you lose less beds. Attention catch-and-release stays is it even worse as some are arguing some people that I highly respect people who've been saying all day today. Conservatives that this is not a good deal. What do you think? Eight eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. All right. Let's start with Terry. And Huntsville, Alabama, Terry, you're on the Mark Levin show. Yes. Hi, how you doing? I absolutely for this. I think Trump should absolutely take the money and look at this as an -cremento funding for this project. This is just to get it started. And as far as the reduction in beds. That's perfect the less beds. The less detainees you have. And just reduce the beds through attrition as a bed. Gets you remove him until the correct number. Reduced is realized and you literally don't bring anybody else in you get down to that number because you have no space. They did that initially. When the first caravan came were they said, we have no more room. We can't take anybody else in. I think they should do. I'm not talking hanging say, let's let's be clear. These are not beds to put people up and make them comfortable and rub their feet. These are beds to hold people who've broken the law. Right. Well, right now, they're actually taking people across the border to that are getting amnesty. So they haven't read by talking about. I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about people who were held in what's in criminal detention centers along the border less. Beds means less people. You can hold which means more people you have to release when you catch them at the border. Why can't you just put him back at the border? I mean, that's something. I never understood leave him there across the border. Prosecuted anybody? Well, it'd be okay. But then you're not going to be prosecuting anybody who crosses the border illegally. So that gives an incentive to people. Room for what we're room for what they shut the facility down in Texas because they ran out of room. They said we have no more room for anybody. I think actually had to start shipping and elsewhere and put them in detention ready, right? Do you understand that though people trying to come into the border illegally trying to cross legally? They're not looking for a bed any detention center. They're looking to get into the United States legally, if they know that they're caught and they're just released they have an incentive to try again, if they are arrested and prosecuted, then they have an incentive not to in the other people have an incentive not to try to come across legally. But without a place to hold them without detention centers. You can't hold everybody. So you have to release them at the border. That's what catch and release is all about. Wow. That's even better argument for getting a wallop right away or excuse me the barrier. Yes. Thank you, Terry. Appreciate the call ver very nice call. Appreciate it. Eight seven seven three eight one three at one one. Good for you for using the politically correct word. We will not tolerate the word wall said today on the marklevinshow not now not never that area. You should go into Home Depot tomorrow or lows and tell them you want to build a a barrier around your house around the pool. Just a barrier around the pool. And when they ask you a wall say don't shoot, how dare you, sir. Say that word in front of me. How dare you barrier? Let's try Ted in Los Angeles. Ted you are on the Mark Levin show. How are you, sir? Well, I wanted to talk about the new green deal, but. You know? Needs to not sign this. It's the first steps to eliminate an ice. You're right about the the I'm gonna call dot com. That you know. That's right. They're not there to be called. You know, I've always felt that that. Changed from from wall to repair and replace, you know, so. If that's what it takes for the Democrats to sit there and get on board. Whatever I mean, they're the kings of the change. They are. And I'm fine with the two. I don't care. What you call it. Call it anything you want. But the reality is the fact that the Democrats are now giving in tells us that a people want this, and they know that and they're realizing it's a political loser for them to be against it outside of their kooky base. But number two if now they've said that they'll give one point three seven five billion Ted what's to stop them from giving two point five billion or five billion for that matter. Exactly. I mean, they claim to three card Monte. That's all it is in the the problem is they're point. They're playing against a guy that knows how to play that game. So and you're right here he'll come up with money. Elsewhere. And I love the idea of taking Guzman's money and using it to fund all sorts of stuff. What's hey, let's give some of that money to the to the families that have lost police officers family members from due to this stuff. You know, so. To help them put their kids to college. But before I let you go. The wanna do mentioned the the green new deal, and we're not looking at the positive aspects of of some of it. So real quick one example, you know, you think of Carnival Cruise line they won't go out of business. We'll just have to replace their bunker oil with with sales, and when you don't have sales you can put everybody down below rolling like they didn't the Greek and the Roman days and just think how skinny they'll be from the time to get from Los Angeles to Hawaii we'll solve the obesity problem. And then at the same time, you'll be drinking water out of a bucket in a ladle 'cause you won't have water balls anymore. So we'll solve that problem to listen. I say you swim to Hawaii via man and swim put on flippers. Whatever you gotta do. Nobody needs boats either, by the way. All right. Ted. Very good call. Appreciate it, buddy. Thank you very much eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. Thank you for calling the marklevinshow. Obviously, that's sarcasm as we call it. Let me just give you this. This fact here from conservative review, I know Mark sites conservative review quite a bit. Because Mark Levin is the feature of conservative review dot com, Daniel Horowitz, writing this, and this is an important point under the committee's proposal, Democrats and rhinos agreed to provide enough funds for ice to house forty thousand five hundred twenty detainees by the end of the fiscal year. Not only is that below the fifty two thousand requests from the administration. It is seventeen point four percent cut from the current level of forty nine thousand fifty seven detainees. Harwich writes, the border surges growing every day and without any desire to get rid of the magnets and fix the court problems with asylum unaccompanied minors and catch and release. The invasion will only grow is nicer weather returns in the early spring. The president will have fewer resources to tanning legals and under the current policy, which will induce even more catch and release everybody incentivizing even more legal immigration and a perpetual death spiral for American sovereignty. This bet issue is key. This is why the Democrats fought for this. I think about it for second. If the bed issue was about giving people access to a warm bed. Why would the Democrats have fought that they're the ones who fought to get it from down from fifty two thousand with the administration requested down to forty thousand. Why would they want to twelve thousand dollar cut? If it was going to be warm beds and oatmeal and sound machines and tickle the feet before everybody falls asleep. They wouldn't they would want hundreds of thousands of those beds. Millions of those beds. These beds are for detention, and that's why they're against them because they don't want people to be put into criminal detention. Why not because if you don't put people into detention, then I says one of two choices one they can just say we caught you. Now, you're going back like a fish just throw them back or number two. They can just let them go and say, here's your ticket comeback for a court date in the future. Come back on April sixteenth. Yeah. We'll see there. If you can't hold people who cross the border illegally in some sort of a physical structure. They can't escape from. Then you just letting them into the wind or you're just putting him back over the border. And I know some people think that that's a great idea putting them back over the border. But then again, the problem is the incentive aspect. Hey. You know, we get there. And at worst the worst thing they do is just they just throw you back. Well, you know, like, you're the wrong size. Dear. So I don't I don't hunt. But I should. But I just I'm busy. I got a four year old and a two year old. That's the last thing I've time for my life. But you know, what? I mean, you got to stop the incentives, and if they go, okay, well, let's just go. Let's go to the border and every make it we're free. And then if we don't make it they just they make us leave. They just put us back on the other side. And we'll try again tomorrow when they drive away or wait until they see the lights in the background fade away. And then we'll try by arresting them in processing them, you you now create a larger disincentive for people to cross the Democrats want to do with way with that. Because they do not believe crossing the border illegally is a crime. When you listen to their language their language that talks about getting rid of ice. It's because they do not believe that anyone in the world should be stopped from coming to the United States of America. They hate this country. They hate it. They hate us for capitalist, pigs they hate every aspect of a, but everyone should be allowed to come here who wants to because we're so terrible. And because of all the horrific things we've done around the world. So that means if you wanna come here, you're in Guatemala. It doesn't matter you get to come. And how dare we arrest you for trying to cross over and have a better life. That's their argument. And so the Democrats are arguing for less beds. And they you know, how it goes fifty two thousand detention beds now than down to forty then thirty and twenty five then you have somebody become president God forbid, a democrat Spartacus Booker or Elizabeth Warren, the undocumented native American or somebody like that. And then all of a sudden now, you're down at ten thousand beds or no beds. So you can't arrest anybody. You literally cannot. Detain them. So now, they're just free. And that's what the left ultimately wants. And this deal today is a twelve thousand bed reduction step in that direction, you understand which is why reasonable people aren't against it. Because you're saying not only are you only getting fifty five miles of a non wall barrier. You're getting less beds to hold people for a criminal proceeding. And the ultimate goal of the left. Of course, is that fifty five miles of barrier. And that's it and not another mile after that. And no beds for criminal detention because how dare we arrest? Anybody anybody who's trying to cross into this country? Who do we think we are you listen to their language on this stuff? And you understand that point. The good news is they are the fringe of the Democratic Party. But sadly, though, they're becoming more and more of the majority of the Democratic Party. So whatever democrat politicians left who believe in border security. They've got to put up with this this base of theirs. Which is why you hear so many of them literally contradicting themselves year after year over things they said in the past like Chuck Schumer count chocula continues to contradict himself from his earlier position on the border continues to do it. They're afraid of this new left-wing fringe, which is I have to tell you honestly, the Democratic Party. Make no mistake. This is not a minority. This is the Democratic Party. The fact that they have so much power in the house of representatives tells you everything you need to know, the fact that this woman yesterday, this Representative Omar going on Twitter talking about Jewish money controlling everything. And she doesn't even have to worry about losing her committee assignments and the other new freshmen come running to her defense tells you everything you need to know about where the Democratic Party is going to be honestly, I'm going to ask somebody who's a moderate democrat..

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's another rate live event brought to you by. The two thousand nineteen Subaru outback perhaps the most adventurous outback yet and leeann we have breaking news, which makes me very happy. Yes. So breaking news, governor new governor Newsom just had his state of the state address. And he just said he announced Tuesday, he's abandoning his plan or the plan to build a high-speed rail between Los Angeles and San Francisco the project was estimated to cost. Well, it's balloon to seventy seven billion dollars. Newsom said, quote, let's be real the current project s plan would cost too much and respectfully take too long. There's been too little oversight and not enough transparency. So he said Newsom though said he wants to finish construction. That's already underway on a segment of the high speed train through California's central valley, arguing it will revitalize the economically depressed region. He's also replacing Browns head of the state board that oversees the project and pledge pledged more accountability for contractors that run. Over on costs. So his stock just went way up in my. Not a huge fan. I'm so high. I am so easily a fan. I told you what did I say about Satan? Br run thing. That's exactly right. I just want things to help the citizens of this. Great state, and thank you, governor Newsom. He also used some bread wreck. Which caught my ear? You read it to me. Let's read that to folks as well. Let's be real the, you know, the state has some real hard issues, and they named three areas. Right. Wait, hold on. In any event. He he's talking. He's big. He's telegraphing that there are other issues getting on his radar that. Thank you governor. Thank you, how that has not been on the governor's radar before is is he said news also said the state faces quote hard decisions that are coming due on clean water housing and homelessness the clean water. I I'm not so sure about the but the housing and homelessness. God bless you. God bless you. God bless you. Let's see what you can do because let's take the seventy seven billion. He's gonna obviously put it elsewhere. But good because as this high-speed, quote, high speed rail, we all knew was not going to be high speed. So in honor of the governor I want to give away some roses..

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"First of all we had to be careful about what we assumed about tariff policy. We we took the tariffs that are in place and assume that those were continue indefinitely, so we have tariffs on about ten percent of imports. And then we have the retaliation. From that chair for avenue is up in our in our projection as you might expect. But we see a drag on the economy, we think in the next couple years economic. The level GDP we'd be be about a tenth of a percentage point lower. We think over the whole decade. It'll be about a tenth of a percent percentage point lower than it would be otherwise we're also assuming that the planned increase in tariffs that twenty five percent increase in sheriff's on on Chinese imports cetera that that doesn't happen. And if that happens that will have additional effects if you look in our chapter five we have often at scenarios we have a little bit of an estimate there. What if those twenty five percent curious, do you go into place, what would happen? And we also have what happens if the the current sheriff's go away. How that would happen? I don't have it number right in front of me. But that that will give you some idea. Now is setting. That's right. The chair effects are. Forecast. But when you think about tariff affects tariffs, ours tariffs as an increase in tax is paid for by US importers. And then the next the next thing is to figure out how US importers deal with that tax. How much they're able to pass forty US producers. How much they pass forty US consumers how much they able to pass back to foreign producers. So it's a little bit of a tough calculation, but the effects are taxes. It's what they are. So it's it's got something like maybe a sales tax on consumers at some point. Once the wants to sort of works through the economy. So just to you two numbers. So so we estimate that the that the new tariffs put in place and under our that day that their extended forward permanently. That raises three hundred and seventy seven billion dollars in revenue between twenty thousand nine hundred twenty twenty eight and. The economic effects of those are to lower the level of GDP by a tenth of a percent on average over the decade. I couldn't tell you. I think you may have said percentage point. So it's it's it's a very small effect on growth, but it's on the level of a tenth of a percent. No sorry. That's keeping the current level of tariffs and extending them permanently. One. Scenarios? That's going to be in chapter five. So on.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You're only trying to sell the gap between those who agreed with the president on border control. That gap between that group in those numbers, and the gap that says the majority of people don't want the wall, walk exhuming, all the polls were true. You must assume because you've got work to do to sell it to the American people. And that's what you gotta do. You gotta close that gap and tell them why the wall. Is going to be effective in border control. And what that will mean. And as I said, you know, looking at the picture yesterday of the demilitarized software, you see these three massive fences barbed wire fences, not a wall, but fences, that's where language that's where language comes in. And how you sell something. How you sell something across the board. Which is why I believe they should have sold it as total border security, and we're what we need to focus in on is getting rid of sanctuary cities. They're on we need to promote the fact that e verify must be mandated for all companies across the United States and fines will be we'll skyrocket. The the the the fines of what we do to companies that knowingly hire a a legal immigrants when it comes to those overstay their visas. Here's our plan if you get caught you're out and can never get citizenship. Again, if you overstay your visa by certain. Amount of time. Just throwing out again. I'm not saying that these are cut in stone. I'm saying these are the things that you should be talking about and throwing out across the board. You hit every single point. Because what you hear is Trump on the wall. But the majority of people of overstate because of visas are here illegally. Well, when you're just focusing on the wall, you focus we've covered that we've covered that over here. The president covered that there and you hit it over and over and the president surrogates go out, and they sell everything across the board every single week and over the period of of the last two years you've had seven or eight. Town hall meetings, border cities and even non border cities. You can pick bigger cities that might be affected by it that may be near the border, but armed border cities. But you go to the border cities, you go to other cities, you do it. You have seven or eight of those done by this time over a period of two years. You've had a number of press conferences that had been that had been done with border patrol and with the head of homeland security the center for disease, control, terrorist, experts and you sell this thing. And then you run massive television ads over the period of of of a year. Don't tell me the money isn't there, these these are, you know, you're talking about the Republican party. And you're talking about a presidential administration that can raise hundreds of millions of dollars and over the period of years billions of dollars. If you believe in something marketed and sell it and do it consistently and coherently. The now former governor of California sold the people of that state on a train to nowhere that has a price tag right now at seventy seven billion dollars could go as high as ninety eight billion. Roughly a fourth of that would build the wall. Slats fence velvet rope, whatever they're going to call it..

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Lands to their original stand which helps sequester carbon. Yeah. And the four sector was girls and women. Yeah. Which I thought was fascinating said that. Yeah. Educating women family planning were combined among the top solutions or the number number one. So it aggregate is top solution. Never went. So there's. Yeah. And food aggregate. You said also is a sector is. Yeah. Yeah. The girls and women is number four as a sector. Yeah. But if you combine girls education and family planning together, which they really are because when you educate a girl support her to get her education. She becomes a woman on her terms, more or less, depending on the nation. But a lot more than when she's yanked out of school narrator early or put to work to put her brother through school when she's eleven or twelve years old and that girl has an average of five plus children. We've known this for forty years. This is not new data. But if she's supported to get her high school education, the equivalency of that she has to us children and not only that I mean, she earns more says a better to -cation she put some more resources into those children and better health outcome says the girl effect has been taught about and those children repeat the mother's behavior. Boy, girl doesn't make any difference. And so you have a very different Victor in terms of growth population. And so it's a pathway to family planning. But it it is the pathway of empowerment, it's very important verb. I mean member once at UC Santa Cruz, I gave a talk just said, but I just said about pros education at the end of Ataka professor raised his hand and said, yeah, but how do we control population? I said lose the verb control lose it. Yeah. It's about empowerment, and the fact is when women are supported they make decisions for themselves dairy, very sensible decision. And it's doable. I mean, I I once heard the Queen of Jordan Queen Rania say American spend the amount they spent on pets to this country ever educate every kid on the planet, which is a stunning statistic. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. So since ninety eight million girls, by the way, who are not in school. We should be. Yeah. Am not just in any school either. But a grade school, let's go with latrines for men and women boys and girls, not just. One. And I mean, there's so many reasons that they are not enfranchised. And none of them are good. Yeah. So we got food land-use energy transportation. Nothing's in cities, illegal cities, women's materials and transport. Yeah. Seven so those are all the sectors. And when you look to the food sector. It was stunning. You put some statistics in your book. So it's not just a bunch of narrative stories, you've got hard data, and I was struck by when you look at the food sector as a whole that by twenty fifty if all these solutions were limited scale, you could reduce three hundred twenty one point nine Gigot tons of carbon out of the environment. It would cost seven hundred seventy seven billion dollars. But you would save ten trillion dollars. Now. That's a good investment. Yeah. That's almost you know, more than ten times your money. And and so these are all implementation issues and their political will issues and there. Governmental issues on there. There's competing political and economic and business interests that are opposing some of these ideas. But when you look at that sector, this is unbelievable to me. How our food sector is such a big factor is something that we actually have a lot of control over because we're the consumers of food. Yeah. We're all consumers food on this planet, and the choices we make what we put on our for has huge impact, not only for your health, but for your communities for the environment and clearly for climate, and it's it's staggering. We think about it in that way. It really is and thing is human health soil agricultural health land, health and the atmosphere. Health are incomplete alignment, not like version CO what so ever the healthier the soil more carbon sequester is in hose healthy, the soil, the healthier the plants if you eat the plants instead. Meeting. People are the things that are eating the plants. You're a hell of a lot healthier. Then I mean, so it's kind of a solution..

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Ackman's Pershing Square unveils $900 million stake in Starbucks

MarketFoolery

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Ackman's Pershing Square unveils $900 million stake in Starbucks

"The funding runs Pershing square has invested nine hundred million dollars in Starbucks and ackman Noche ranking violet. He said that he expects shares of Starbucks to double in the next three years. I will just say, from my standpoint. This is the single biggest holding I have in my portfolio is Starbucks and I do not view this as welcome news. I just I saw this, it's the curse. It's not even. It's not even so much the curse, but I just sort of thought, you know what? I don't need that right now, and I'm not. I don't even work at Starbucks, but I just thought if your Starbucks management of your Starbucks board. You're looking at Bill ackman saying, well, I'm here. I've got some ideas. Let me share with you. The wisdom that I shared with the people at Cipolla took steak there and Burger King, and you know, I don't want to dump all over Afrin. Even though I just have many because the guy has had some success. But this this just seems like ultimately more of a distraction for Starbucks management than anything. Positive. I agree. I think Starbucks is a business. I'm not. I mean, I'm sure this is. I mean, he's he's in investing in less or a little over one percent of the shares. I gotta feel this got to be a passive investment. I mean, I don't know what value he thinks he can add. I mean, in my mind, Starbucks is a business that has a pretty clear trajectory. There's not really a lot wrong with the business. I know growth has been slower for this isn't a business where I think ackman's coming in saying, oh, here's a problem, or here's something that's undervalued that I think I can create value or add to. And again, I. I don't know why we have to keep talking about Bill ackman. He's definitely a newsmaker, but you start you start telling up the MRs here over the last decade starting with target herbalife and then value pharmaceutical, which was multi billion dollars. I mean, the JC Penney. Right. I mean, it just the list is building here, and so I share your discomfort as a Starbucks shoulder as well. I'm not sure what Bill ackman actually brings to the table anymore. I think he's just looking for an easy win. Frankly, I think given the stretch that he's had and you just listed off some of his Villier failures that will in all of them. I mean, he's had a really tough gov lately, and and I think frankly, he's just looking for an easy win and we were talking about this yesterday. I think it's easy enough to get out there and make fun of ackman for picking Starbucks. Oh, it's no big secret. Everybody knows what Starbucks is, but that's kind of the point to really. And I think we talked about this a lot that really at the end of the day, those great businesses, they're not secrets. They're out there right in front of us since. I mean, he, he in the reasoning behind this. I mean, he listed off a lot of qualities that really we like. The business end. So for me, I mean, I don't think he's going to go there and try to turn things around or shape their strategy whatsoever because he certainly has a history of seeming to think he knows more than he really does in Starbucks is obviously very big company. Obviously, with with management, they're already said on a strategy, I guarantee you, they know more about the business and its future markets than he ever will. So yet to me, I really just think he's looking for an easy win here in that can't blame him. Starbucks is is a is a good business. That's when we like a lot here, and I think that you can hang onto a free longer than three years. Then you'd be better off. You think a doubles, like totally route I would love. I would love to be sitting here three years doing this show talking about how wrong I was to doubt Bill ackman that Starbucks shares had doubled in a three year period. It's such a mature business at this point. As you said, Mattie, the trajectory for Starbucks is pretty clear. If I the bet I'm betting it's higher in three years, but dub. It's a seventy seven billion dollar company. Yeah, I think to me, Starbucks is more of a a total return story. You're looking at dividends looking to buy backs. You're looking at a little bit of growth on the top line. You're looking at what they can do in China. But yeah, double in three years again to for that to happen, there has to be the dreaded financial engineering or something like that. That kind of does that. And you know, acting kind of does bring that to the table. I hope that's not the case to me. Starbucks, steady, ten percent, return her business. Certainly not a double in three years. I'd love to see it, but I think it's also worth remembering too. I mean, Starbucks is probably a witness a little bit more on the expense line there as a pertains to employ ease because they continue to revamp the benefits that they offer. I mean, just a recent example here was was the childcare subsidy, and I think they're, they're expanding that they're expanding that offering to every employee in the company. So I mean as an investor, I think you have to applaud that as a as an employee. I'm sure you'll love that it does it. Perhaps tamp down potential returns in the short run. Yep. Is that the right. Thing to do? Yeah. I think longer term it gives the company more opportunity to succeed to grow in. So those are good things, but we'll definitely play into that returns projection over the course of the next three years. I mean, fifteen percent annualized over the next three years or well, no, you're seeing double over the. Twenty percent. Yeah. Fifteen would be five years that seemed like a really hot hurdle very hurdle. You mentioned financial engineering. I'll just say this. I've never sold a single share of Starbucks in all the years. I've owned it if Eddie Lampert joins the

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You're listening to on air with Doug Jenin, Victoria. Okay JV program. So JJ. What's the story with this California group that is proposed to scrap the high school that is cool. The high speed rail project that was going to cost seventy seven billion dollars gas tax increase. That's have more taxes in California. Yeah. This is actually a plan. I'm behind so proposition. Six is on the ballot in November that would repeal the gas tax at no one voted for. But everybody's paying for about a year ago from Jerry Brown. The people who are supporting this have said the people supporting me Carlton Demayo. Who is who's supporting the rail trail? Oh, no, no. I don't know who's supporting the rail other than Jerry Brown. That's it. You know, he loved trains as a kid. He wants this is the ultimate train that he's building in his backyard. But they want to end the production of the high speed rail, which is not gonna be it's not working. It's taking too long. It's costing too much money using those taxpayer dollars to fix the roads. And then you can eliminate the gas tax. I think it's pretty smart. Yeah. So this'll be a ballot question in November. Six is on the ballot November. Yes, do you repeal the gas tax? But some are saying look if you want more money for roads state down that high speed rail. Let's do it. So what do you think passes? Yes. No, what's propsects has a good chance at passing this gas tax has been extremely unpopular, but it's California. So who knows? To send a message to stick it to Jerry Brown. Twenty one after the hour here on the DJ V program. News talk five ninety K U G N as Washington in America, choke on democrat party scum. We prepared for the.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Keep the online bookstore away from the government's reach he has said he looked into placing its headquarters on an indian reservation as a tax saving strategy that was then today wall street journal reporter brody mullins says amazon whose revenues last year topped one hundred seventy seven billion dollars has become deeply entwined with the federal government brody explained madonna bigger and bigger company out in the marketplace from not only their online retailing business but you'll buying whole foods and getting more into video and and all sorts of ranges of businesses as a result of that they are now becoming a bigger they're lobbying force in washington as they need to look out for their own interests and protect their turf at the government agencies reference like an subheadline the talks about an army of lobbyists somebody might there be they latter sped about thirteen million on lobbying which is nothing compared their total revenues but compared to other companies that puts them in the top ten into hundred seventeen what's more impressive is at a few years ago they're only spending a couple million so it's about a fivefold or five times increase what they're spending just five years ago so they're really ratcheted up their attention on washington even bigger right when you reference how things were twenty years ago when jeff bezos founded this thing yeah yeah back then he he his whole idea was to stay as far away from the government is possible in fact he said in the time that he considered found a putting headquarters on an indian reservation in order to avoid federal regulation and taxes you know a lot of people think one of the reasons look so quickly is because it was an online marketplaces opposers retail business with stores that consumers did not pay sales taxes now that that's changed somewhat since then but you know they were perceived to have an advantage by not paying sales taxes at another way that they were far away from the government now there's sort of rushing to washington to embrace the government has as both a a customer for its cloud business but also to help work with government regulators so you referenced the the online tax issue is that among the biggest issues that amazon fights four through lobbyists what's that liberty it was it was it was one of the first big issues that they fall on if on for more than ten years however that is sort of going away to the supreme court case they're gonna come out very soon that could settle it issue once and for all amazon has had sort of switch positions on it and now is a big retailer that has a footprint in many states they now want a uniform concise way for consumers customers to pay state sales taxes so they're nassar on the other side of the issue and therefore i think it's sort of no longer one of their top priorities instead they worked out when they're working on a whole range of other issues speaking with wall street journal reporter brody mullins in washington he's written a piece entitled how amazon became one of washington's most powerful players well i think it's a reflection of their growth in the marketplace that one point they were a bookseller and now they sell books and they sell about everything else in the world and they make many of those things themselves they have tariff and trade issues with selling things overseas they have agricultural issues because they are now the owner of whole foods they have a big video and music business other into licensing issues and copyright and those sorts of things they they're even trying to get into the food stamp business by trying to allow trying to get the government to allow consumers to use food stamps on amazon so you're not exactly how to do right now so therefore you need to get into lobbying the food stamps which is at the agriculture department of all places so they're really just sort of all over the place well the battles with president trump there've been a couple of those is that a concern for amazon.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They they basically with they basically are the ones who made it possible for gay marriage to get through that supreme court balloon and they're gonna make it possible for a lot of other things that happened that we stopped paying attention to a long time ago by the way that's not drew gay marriage to get through that supreme court it's not true with the kids did not do that the kids were not responsible for gay marriage getting through a supreme court first of all the kids the age of the kids here it's talking about our high school kids kids who have not voted yet at all and samesex marriage was settled years ago while those kids were ten eleven twelve years old so i don't know what that connection is but that's just another way for he asked the kiss the absence of the kids who were in the college uh to to be invited back or go onto another college for gay marriage to get through that supreme court and they're gonna make it possible for a lot of other things happening that we stopped paying attention to a long time ago i actually make sense since guy they get it the way ahead of the curve whether you like it or not and the best thing that my generation can do be like the dinosaurs we are in full you know it was vaw pound said said by college campuses just go out there and go and talk about our great kids are and comedy nowadays uh bubble all right well the live on kfi bend what's going on the projected costs of california's highspeed rail project between la in san francisco has jumped twenty percent to seventy seven billion dollars the opening date has also been pushed back four years to twenty thirty three a bicyclist has been killed on the one on one in studio city the fatal crush shut down almost all lanes at one point of shooter has been found and killed as well as the three people three women a he is he took hostage this morning at a veterans group home in northern california in young bill we'll check weather and traffic on the 405 nick our high hard review for the law how can use a seen the campus live performances by had sheer annan air cardi the bon jovi maroon five me look at the charlie pre any rtm surprises you'll have to suitable eu.

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Officials: Gunman takes hostages at Yountville, California VA home

Ethan Bearman

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Officials: Gunman takes hostages at Yountville, California VA home

"Day from the city the changes the world this came yo sanford says gut oakland san jose the next generation of kogo a is a cumulus station now on amazon alexa open the kgon eytan skill good afternoon i'm mickey madora police are responding to reports of gunfire at the veterans home in jaen bell correspondence abney ilham says a gunman reportedly entered the community armed with body armor and weapons we know about one thousand veterans do live on the six hundred acre property there were reports of thirty shots being fired uh but we still do not have any indication of any one has been hurt there's been no reports of any injuries at this point and from what we know so far there may be up to three hostages inside the nearby vintners golf course is also on lockdown lucas is in assistant manager their at the lakeside grill a restaurant is open right now we have a we do have a bunch of them we do have some vets from up with the home down here the napa county sheriff's office is asking people to avoid the area we will continue to monitor the situation a press conference has been scheduled for two o'clock president trump has pardoned a naval officer who took illegal submarine photos here's correspondent john stolnis white house press secretary sarah sanders told reporters at a news briefing the president had pardoned a christian sosa who was arrested and charged with taking photos of classified areas inside the uss alexander while it was stationed in connecticut back in two thousand nine the sentencing judge found that mr sasi as a fence stands in contrast to his commendable military service the president is appreciative of mr saucier a service to the country saucier pleaded guilty back in two thousand sixteen but argue that his prosecution was driven by sensitivity about classified information during the hillary clinton email scandal john stolnis washington the projected costs of california's bullet train from san francisco to los angeles has jumped twenty percent a seventy seven billion dollars and the opening date push back four years to twenty thirty three the numbers were presented today and the california highspeed rail authorities new business plan it's the first under the authorities new chief executive who has promised more public transparency around the project that's been play the by delays and rising costs the agencies immediate focus is opening the track from san francisco to the.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Now with robert lang griffey is our senior healthcare reporter for bloomberg and a robert justice set out a little bit about amazon and the health care industry amazon does about one hundred seventy seven billion dollars worth of business a year and on its most recent conference call earnings calm one of the executives spoke about the amazon business offering this was in october and they were saying that though one of the institutions one of the areas that they are targetting with this offering along with schools laboratories government agencies is the health care industry for dentists doctors hospitals we're talking about gloves syringes other kind of health care items what is amazon doing and who is going to feel the heat how are you know there's been a lot of bars about what was on the last several months about what weren't going to do and healthcare are there's been uh talk uh and they've i guess been quietly looking at the for years what to do in the drugs sector uh certainly not affected lots of drug related stocks but what they uh appear to already be doing and they have been kind of worked on for a couple of years is in their you know amazon business they want to expand it'd be to be and this is a way and of course the the huge market for uh childcare supply so are kind of starting in healthcare uh in a i guess at a small way i'm kind of basic supplies and what our sources said you one way to start to penetrate the supply market is uh you know medical good uh is the point you get to the high tech highly vaguely stuff like medical devices and drugs the term we have complicated sometimes have special delivery equipment.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on WDRC

"Estate taxes go up every year homeowner's insurance goes up nothing goes down did you seem to go up in now your income is not going up as fast as inflation and you're gonna see uh that inflation is going to start the show in the reason for that as you can see on the prices in all material prices go up twenty percent that is what my prediction is in the reason for that is now we have this boom that you're gonna see in texas in houston he gonna see them florida meena sailing puerto rico and negga and i start rebuilding and that's going to be materials that would never be used if they didn't have to rebuild so now all the main two factors the gearing up for this big boom that's about to happen now is the money come from and yesterday trump made i think a little bit of blunder basically saying look i don't know who the owns the debt goldman sachs might old goldman sachs might on the dax deck excuse me the debt and what he was basically talking about is the barnes so i don't know how many billions it was but it i think it was seventy seven billion dollars it was a significant number in what he's saying is did just going to have to eat it well bondholders and not interested in eating it in those in those bonds sold off like couldn't believe none was people wanted out now before i get nothing so have you get three cents on the dollar is the better than zero i don't know you might take chances say wait a minute three cents is another chink of my lifestyle even though i i bought the you'd on billion dollars worth of stocks and thought puerto rico was gonna come out of the mass will a didn't and now we have a situation we have a president saying well do just they're going to have to eat the debt well that's not his decision to bake unless he can come up with legislate and that's going to help puerto rico and i don't think i dunno if the president knighted states responsibilies to do so and you can give us a call you want to try manning give us your opinion on that by the way they seven one seven thousand again it's appalachia to take you call it.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Out of the economy because what's this worries this money whereas is seventy seven billion pounds at spiel stuff it in in a mattress under their bed they got a buried out in the backyard somewhere now it's invested what's it invested in usual fawns pension programs and what do those things do what do they invest in they invest in companies the invest in research and development and new production new ideas so what happens when you pull seventy seven billion pounds a year out of productive use and redirect it to social spending do you think that's going to create more opportunity or less opportunity in an economy do you think it's going to be harder or easier to find a job with seventy seven billion dollars a year not going into productive use not being stored as a resource to be drawn from but rather going and being consumed by an elderly generation which one is it he talks about caring about the youth anum in the uk and the low on employees unemployed the low employment rate of the youth do you think it's going to be easier or harder for a young man or a young woman to find a job in the uk if you're polling nearly a hundred billion pounds a year out of invest alas sets and giving it to the elderly to help them die i'm just asking the question you see when viewed few through this prison when viewed through the truth through a clear set of goggles the argument falls apart.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:05 min | 4 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on WDRC

"Fraying you more charleville those other foreigners you're listening to the watchdog on wall street with chris march els key off really vibrance response through a column that i wrote the hill about puerto rico and statehood in bonds and the leading things fail and again i i'm a big believer i what i mean as i'm a big believer in failure what does that mean what i say i'm a big believer in failure i believe that failure needs to happen as a father as a coach um kids don't don't have the opportunity to fail and learn from member stakes they're not going to grow same thing holds true for economy if companies if municipalities if bad investments are not allowed to fail therefore the economy can grow there is with puerto rico with air is what seventy seven billion dollars in bond that that is distress now what at three point four million people in that country this does anybody actually think that that money is going to get paid back no so what they're gonna do is why you got to put the country and some sort of purgatory uh some sort of purgatory there were they're going to be slowly but surely being bled to death from now until terni how does that help i hate to break its people you know if you know and it's it said but through i people yelling at me want those bordering and you are comical vault you made a ben vestment man up suck it up bad idea who yell at your broker for putting it into your accounts item put him i clients accounts but your own damn fault you didn't see it through i mean i'm sorry guys i ate the behar's year but let the the m bonds go under you have yet that a cleanbreak apple let things frail that maybe they could reorganize and make things better down the road we we got this if this weird idea now that there can't be failure out there things fail things go under it is what it is anyway this story again i see i told you saw moment what we're wall street journal catching up to me why i interest rate on your bank account tough lock.

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"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"seventy seven billion dollars" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This list hey forty seven million dollars she she's always up there yeah so she's in the top story who else a kim kardashian she's on the list number eight forty five point five million dollars earned mayor she dresses like stripper be mad at the outfit that she was wearing with laura's mandatory laying exists seethrough the vikings that she wore today all those her italy's michael joey ta um i know hein how but i looks good he yes he yes she's beautiful number one on this list you guys who doctor phil doctor phil seventy nine million dollars oprah's with won't kayanza nyden bangkoklisted must present sensor big stakes ellen degeneres number two on this liz earning seventy seven billion dollars these number he's got a lot of shows a number three on this list jerry seinfeld he made sixty nine million dollars what his seinfeld all in all my word syndication syndication i'm just gonna why are the french people on that list the the french people are not on this list will just give you the top ten number four gordon ramsey number five rain ceca seacrest lucy came number six on this list and then judge duty came crashing simon cal number nine and steve harvey number ten so grain will see produces the kurdish she says money heard does he got to make your shows to bank on those shows all right so this was a rumor that has been swirling around for some time but the internet has gotten hold of it today because of documents published on radar online so they are alleging the osher paid out one point one million dollars to settle a lawsuit with a stylish suit claimed that he infected her with her piece so it would it be worth a million dollars if you get her piece i mean 'cause that doesn't go oh wait forever no no no so these documents day all the way back to two thousand twelve and he was diagnosed with herp he's back in two thousand nine or two thousand tent according to court papers and low on california's clear it is a legal to knowingly or recklessly transmit an std and that's what this lawsuit claimed ouster paid some of the victims unicorn this the disavow treasure emperor seldon's posey's herpes too he also be lottery you know yet again you can have it and if you've had it for a long time he can.

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