18 Burst results for "Six Hundred Fifty Billion Dollar"

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"Data that will be generated in the year. Twenty thirty needs finance sixty three iphones per individual distort. This means more monetization opportunities and technologies like fiji which offer real time data access with limited. Latency that can really reshape many business models one. Such imaging business rent is subscriptions they. Both consumers and also enterprises are gradually moving away towards recurring payment models that offer better and also faster online services. They believe penetration of digital subscription will increase significantly in the coming ticket. So there are a lot of exciting themes to conserve within the technology space or the communicate and sunday. How are these digital trends getting translated into real world opportunities multibillion-dollar opportunities from looting digital things and let me highlight four areas. Where i'm personally the most excited about first digital subscription business model as earlier. It's still in the elitist and we expect the addressable market jumped from six hundred fifty billion dollars in twenty twenty to one point five trillion in twenty twenty five off an average of in person per annum. The second exciting opportunities fi will be expect annual feige cap expending should jump from sixteen billion in twenty twenty two hundred fifty billion in twenty twenty or almost nine times growth and asia is clearly the key road. Rather be and the strong ruled. The thirty years rid technologies like machine learning and natural language processing are increasingly or opted and we expect industry revenues to grow from eighteen billion dollars in twenty twenty to forty five billion dollars in twenty twenty five or almost twenty percent average android. Finally fintech option is picking up and the rising trend of contactless payments during the pandemic is.

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Altamar - Navigating the High Seas of Global Politics

"Dave on of it and this tastic where we take a look at youth and social justice issues. So sports aren't industry has very close to my heart. I'm a former tennis player. Who came to the us on a tennis. Scholarship for college and my dad is also professional volleyball coach in europe. So sports are really something. I grew up with and i've seen these issues of corruption and ineptitude firsthand. So i wanna take a look at today is something. That's often swept under the table by powerful teams and federations is a systemic abuse of young. It's an often teenage women. It happens a lot in developing world where these abuses often go unreported and unnoticed. Recently the president of afghanistan soccer federation was bart for life by fee for sexually abusing players on the women's national team. The president of haiti soccer federation was also permanently banned after he was accused of raping players as young as fourteen and keeping them as child slaves. But it happens everywhere. i mean. we've all followed the traumatic news of lawrence nassar. The american gymnastics doctor who was jailed for life for preying on hundreds of young female athletes. And just days ago. A dozen female water polo players in california reached a fourteen million dollar settlement after accusing coach of sexually abusing them when they were minors so sports whether professional or in the us college sports are an industry. That's worth more than six hundred. Fifty billion dollars and greed is not good the greed for more money power and success lease coaches and other influential figures such as manager federation bosses to do truly unfathomable things in corruption and money-laundering which are common practices in sports can break apart players careers team success and even an entire sport and trust me. I've seen this happening in volleyball. It's happening right now. But sexual abuse can destroy human beings and especially young vulnerable women and men as well. But i want to hear from you. I mean does this. Systemic mistreatment anger youtube. Like does me what should be done about it. Tweet ultimate podcasts. And let us know..

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

09:11 min | 5 months ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Office in our atlanta office. So we don't have all the answers that we're giving it a lot of thought and we do think that this is going to make voi- investment management. You know continue to be a best places to work in a in a place of of choice and again just going to flexibility. Going to workforce diversity. We've got a pivot. So you know. And i i'm very mindful of this and this is a little bit different to vary from from some of our competitors so let me just tell you. This is I've heard some competitors. Say well you know the senior people you know. We're going into the office We want people to see us. 'cause you kind of lead by example right well you know very. I've i've had five children. I have one of the things about me. I have five sons right and one of my sons. is on the autism spectrum. Which has its own unique challenges and opportunities. And i think long and hard. How do i wanna lead. By example for investment management and our people and it's with understanding flexibility and enabling them to succeed in their careers. And so that's the approach. We're taking so you think christine her sellers every day in the office. Even though we're we're still closed hoping that people will follow my example ops absolutely not That's really interesting. And and we do a lot of research in preparation for these conversations. I did not know any of that about you. And that's really intriguing. It's more than just let me show up in and pretend to be productive in the office. You're living the actual life work balance that so many employees aspire to. Yep that's right. Yeah yeah and i. And i know berry you know a lot of times people will say. Oh you know who are you. What your own wouldn't expect that. I had raised five children including one with special needs. So yeah so you see. You're absolutely right. So that does a lot of my passion right when i think about the industry and where we need to go. And what can we do differently. And how can the legacy of the world. You know that i leave behind. You know white my story how to make it a better place. So i do think i bring a certain level of understanding and empathy as far as how complex You know the working world can be to navigate. Well thank you for sharing that. That's really very very interesting. And i think a lot of Listeners are gonna appreciate that. let's talk about alliance capital. What did you do for them. In terms of their securitized assets berry at alliance i was. I was part of a team that really just focused on mortgage mortgage product mortgage derivatives Way back in the day. It's such a bad word. Now post the gmc. We actually managed sort of cdo's that they were called so think of how you know structured mortgage product. It was a growing business at alliance capital. But again you know. Most of my career you know from the very beginning has been was focused on really the housing market aspects securities. And and. so that's sort of was my original tasks and in my love. So let's let's stay with that. You were freddie. Mac for a while right i i recall reading. Your portfolio team had about six hundred fifty billion dollars in assets. Tell us a little. Bit about your freddie mac experience. Yes yes barry. I worked at freddie mac and left there of right at the end of two thousand and four but but work there and managed a variety of assets. There so back in the day you know pre afc or global financial crisis you know. They had these very large what they called retained portfolios. And so kind of going into freddie. I worked quite a bit on what are called. Collateralized mortgage obligations or cmo's than what we call mortgage derivatives so think really esoteric product You know sort of what we call. Interest only or principal only securities so a lot of structuring. Just a lot of deep knowledge around the housing market really interesting time in my career. Because at that point in time the gs's freddie and fannie were huge in terms of their participation in the mortgage market and they had these very large portfolios at the time so in the early days anyway in the early two thousands throughout most of the nineties the gs's were doing all conforming mortgages. There were none of the subprime or at least very very little subprime all day. No money down no income check sort of stuff. They were pretty safe mortgages. It was only later in the cycle that and they will losing so much market share to private banks that they dove into it. I think you might have missed most of the crazy stuff. If you left fanny in freddie in two thousand and four tell us what. Your experience was like pre financial crisis at freddie mac. It's sure berry. And and this is something you when when you think about it. So certainly freddie and fannie were prominent in the afc right as we went through the financial crisis in the us housing market so the the seeds of the global financial crisis began in the nineties and You know in the market screw and freddie and fannie got more aggressive on what they were underwriting competing against one another Things you know that that explains part of that journey but but again you know lessons learned though you know. They were highly levered institutions and they had no guaranteed debt That that enabled them to lever so so we'll get lots of lots of interesting things going on at the time you know. I did resign or i moved onto the company. I'm now with you know before. The global financial crisis happened but again A lot of these things within broader housing and the financial markets were many years in the making before. It sort of all. Kind of imploded. On us if you will and in two thousand and seven so let's talk housing a little bit Housing prices have blown up over the past year In large part. Because there's almost no supply around whatever comes out seems to get a just a overwhelming amount of bids. What do you think of the state of the housing market here. And what's the likely outcome going. Forward we'll bury just from a kind of an investor tactical view. You know when you think about asa classes and what you recommend to your clients Housing related securities would be really towards the bottom of the list Because as you say you know house prices have gone very quickly The the government. The federal reserve has been buying securities agency securities associated with housing. So you have a combination of sort of a federal push liquidity event. There as well as you've suddenly got all of these people all over the place you know. We're bidding the housing market and in fact just recently housing prices came up again and they continue to skyrocket so so so thinking about but does the housing market today within itself You know enough to really be the seeds of yet another financial crisis. I would say no i would say it's a little bit more isolated now. Granted houses are you know the largest asset for most americans. It's a very important part of their net worth and so the housing market getting volatile on us. This is not a good thing. I mean however is you. Just referenced barry. I think a lot of this is a combination of low interest rates In it's it's the man's right now we see even building. Houses is getting more challenging based on commodity prices. Going up so so. This is a period of time. We're going through. Plus finally millennials are are forming housing finally or household so quicker than ever as a result of code. So i would call this more of a tactical risk if you will not. Systemic risk like the global financial crisis was just not enough leverage in the system that household formation. Data is fascinating because it fell off a cliff after the financial crisis. The i don't know five or seven. Years was way below average and then over the past two years. It really seems to take up. How closely do you pay. Attention to. Data points like household formation. We we watched it pretty closely. And i think you know. We've we've always had a big you know big level of assets and securitized products where. We're very good at it. Voi- investment management it. And we do watch it. It's a little bit of a a slower moving train berry. But i think what what people had often forgotten about. The millennials is. This is that they they would say well. You know there are different. They wanna travel. They wanna do xyz and they don't wanna houses and we've had the scene that no no you just forget these these people are gonna live until they're one hundreds.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:59 min | 8 months ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd life the next martial artists donald williams who also witnessed floyd's death told prosecutor matthew frank. He called nine one one. After seeing chauvin put floyd and what williams had earlier called a blood choke at some point. Did you make a nine one one. Call that is correct Why did you do that. Because i believe i witness a murder and so are you felt the need to call the lawyers for officer. Derek chauvin attempted to counter the moving accounts by portraying the eye witnesses to george. Floyd death is being part of an angry mob but another one of the eye. Witnesses was an off duty firefighter. Emt genevieve hansen told prosecutor michael frank. She urged the police officers to check. George floyd pulses. He lay motionless on the ground. I also offered in my memory. I offered to walk. Walk them through it or them. If he doesn't have a pulse you need to start compressions and that wasn't done either. This are these things that you wanted to do. It would what. I would have done for anybody when you couldn't do that. How did that make you feel totally distress. Frustrated minneapolis fighter fire and ems genevieve. Hanson broke down in tears as she recalled. Seeing george floyd die and being prevented from helping him visit democracy now dot org to see all of our coverage on the police killing of george. Floyd brazil is facing mounting public health and political crisis on tuesday brazil recorded nearly thirty eight hundred new covid nineteen deaths its highest daily death toll yet. Meanwhile the heads of brazil's army navy and airforce all quit in an unprecedented move a day. After brazil's far-right presidential bolsonaro ousted his defense minister. As part of a broader cabinet shakeup developments. Have alarmed many in brazil. Who believed bolsonaro. Who is a former army. Captain will install ultra loyalist to the military post to consolidate his power at of next year's election when he's expected to be challenged by former president. Louis in osceola to silva the us covid nineteen death. Toll has topped five hundred fifty thousand by far the highest in the world. The true figure is likely far higher. A new study in american journal of public health suggests florida's undercounted. The number of cova deaths by thousands. This comes as arkansas has become the latest state to lift. Its statewide mask. Mandate ignoring calls by president biden for states to keep restrictions in places. Cova cases are rising and twenty six states in vaccine news. Pfizer has announced clinical trials. Show its covid. Nineteen vaccine is a hundred percent effective for youths between the ages of twelve and fifteen. Meanwhile the new york times has revealed. Nyu langone health. A major hospital system in new york city has set aside cova vaccine solely for employees of bloomberg. Which is run by the billionaire. Former mayor of new york mike bloomberg. The news comes just weeks after bloomberg philanthropies gave another part of nyu. That's new york university. A twenty five million dollar donation. In international news palestinian authorities have received one hundred thousand vaccine doses from china. In a boost to efforts to vaccinate the three million palestinians living in the west spank while vaccinated more than half of its population. It has largely refused to vaccinate palestinians. Except for some who work in israel. Or in the illegal settlements. The white house has unveiled a two trillion dollar jobs plan to help address the nation's deteriorating infrastructure it includes over six hundred fifty billion dollars for roads bridges railways and ports over three hundred billion dollars for housing infrastructure three hundred billion dollars for domestic manufacturing and billions for modernizing the electric power grid expanding broadband and eliminating lead pipes and drinking water systems to pay for the plan. President biden wants to increase the corporate tax rate from twenty one to twenty eight percent. Federal tax breaks for fossil fuel companies and crackdown on corporate tax attorney. Since a grand jury in texas is indicted. Two former police deputies on second degree manslaughter. Charges for killing javier ambler forty year. Old african american man. Ambler tasers to death in austin in march of two thousand and nineteen after being pulled over for not dimming his headlights for oncoming traffic as he was dying ambler said quote. I have congestive heart failure. And i can't breathe. Bail has been set at one hundred fifty thousand dollars for the two deputies. James johnson and zachary camden to police officers. The capital who were injured in the january six insurrection have sued former president trump for inciting and directing the right wing rioters. Meanwhile republicans are continuing to embrace backers of the violent insurrection. Videos emerged showing stewart roads. The founder of the far right group oath keepers spoken an official republican event in texas march. Twenty six in the border town of laredo. Other speakers at the event included texas republican party. Chairman alan west over a dozen members of the oath keepers have been charged with conspiracy for attacking the us capitol a warning to our audience. The following story includes graphic description video of a hate crime. new york. Police have arrested a man who viciously attacked a sixty five year old filipino. Woman near times square as she was walking to church on monday video footage shows the men kick the woman in her stomach and then repeatedly stomped on her face while reportedly laying anti asian slurs. The assailant walked away. Bystanders including security guards had luxury apartment. Building did nothing in response. New york mayor candidate.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We money you see Matt what do you say when you're not I really appreciate coming on Bob before we get into this man Major League Baseball I thought it was going to be over I thought you know there's there they're acting you know the owners hate the players players take the orders are they seem to be too far apart and I thought you know the seventy game versus sixty game I thought there's no way they're gonna play baseball then Bowman it turned on a dime what happened so what happened was there was no agreement there is a provision in the what is the agreement between the players union and the owners are called the collective bargaining agreement that suggest that a commissioner can't institute a season or any blank that he so determined that the players are mandated to have to play so basically that's what happened is is rob Manfred said okay indicate the US even gonna be sixty games it's gonna start on July twenty third and on September twenty seventh and the union has to agree to that basically what happened it's a bad look for the league itself out of positioning as a bargaining chip for the players come the next CD eight which will be up after next season so without getting too deep into the legalese right that's basically why we have baseball it sounds like and and I don't know about you know everything in the the contract that the players have with the owners but man that sounds like a one sided agreement it well here's the thing so the players had been back at the ticket details honors for apple I mean every single CD eight it he'll be last one then unfortunately and I thought I I I can't pretend to understand what will happen it is still a eight who is up the one percent of one it can it can accomplish a task right being a professional baseball player but when you talk about average salaries in the you know meet single digit millions when you talk about peak salaries north of forty million dollars per year right it is just hard to wrap your head around you know how they want more and then when you read it owners have had their teams you know Jerry Reinsdorf what the white Sox for like eighteen million dollars in its work two billion dollars now right okay what do you want some of that off like it's just hard to figure out where that middle ground between these two groups right it but it sounds like both sides are extremely greedy yeah I don't know I think it I think it is but there is blame on both sides no question I mean look I think you're you're in the same boat I only work with the company we were told a revenues down and up unfortunately we we need you all to cooperate they hear cut we you know believe our bosses and entrust our Boston up and can recognize the situation into an immediate that's driven by advertising dollars yeah that makes sense okay we'll take their cut right the players a lot of work necessarily willing to do that but at the same time they were right so they were only asking to be paid for the games they play like you don't have to pay us for playing sixty games then they pay us for sixty games but the owners came back and said well not only are we only going to pay for the drug plan but because there's no fancy concessions and all that we're also going to cut your pay so I think it gets a little convoluted when you try to figure out what's wrong I do think both sides were little too greedy little to duck in considering forty million people unemployed in everybody's use dealing writer being furloughed or having their pay cut but I think the owners have to realize also that yeah they're not selling a bag of peanuts and beer and the seats are not being filled but that TV revenue is going to be through the roof you know it's a ten billion dollar your business so you know in and I think look and I do believe the owners when they say you know we're gonna lose money some teams are gonna lose you know north a hundred billion boxing wow that sounds creepy into you recognize that you know the Yankees total revenues in twenty nineteen or six hundred fifty billion dollars wow and it looks like Hey if you want a business guess what you have some good years and yes about yours and if you can't accept that you are going to have a bad year and that means that you're gonna try to I royally screwed the the proletarian if you want to play it in those terms they get out get out you don't belong here this is a billionaire's game and if you're you know from on a pop shop that that wants to do nothing but cake cake and not give any you know I do not have to give on occasion then you don't belong here and I think yeah I think you're right quickly he quickly can the other problem is that it's been taken over by hedge funds and it's been taken over by Nate that no longer is the debut single owners gone even the Dodgers are owned by the Guggenheim group which manages two hundred sixty billion dollars in assets it's not B. O. Malley social right baseball these changed on that front as well the team to become apt that depreciating assets right but your membership met Matt money Smith with this from Keighley C..

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Six ten W. I. O. D. all right thanks beautiful outside right now the temperatures are down so the U. Millie it'll be more of the same for the next couple of days it appears after you will get up in the mid eighties but lots of sunshine and a nice weekend ahead now time for a business browser market death good morning Jimmy a think tank says states are looking at a budgetary abyss the center on budget and policy priorities says the corona virus pandemic could result in state budget shortfalls totaling six hundred fifty billion dollars over three years that is based on an analysis backed by data from the Congressional Budget Office and projections from economists at Goldman Sachs apple managed to boost its revenue by one percent in the latest quarter but the iPhone maker did not provide a forecast for the first time in more than a decade because of the current uncertainty apple raised its dividend and expanded a stock buyback plan but CEO Tim cook said the company went through a very depressed period in late March and early April he noted that was a pick up in the second half of April whether president trump's executive order to keep meat plants running heads off meat shortages remains to be seen but experts are certain consumers will be paying more for meat for at least the rest of the year Jimmy back to you all right thanks for much it is the two sides it's eight seven fifty three yeah I do I get it sooner or later well there's so much to talk about today given everything that we've had you know we've got thirty three thousand seven hundred cases in Florida nearly thirteen hundred deaths it Berman and keep this in mind as we go forward you have a grand total of let's see twenty one million people in the state and you know so we gotta keep them perspective sometimes we we lose sight of that American Airlines delta airlines United Airlines frontier as well all following the lead of jet blue announced they were require pastors to wear face masks and several airlines already require flight attendants to wear into many yes Sir you know the truth of what you said is a station flight attendants and some members of Congress or portion of the trump administration require the passengers to wear masks sold now those airlines were required everybody to wear and it's it's seems smart you know if you're in a confined space you could be talking to somebody you should be in that and I told what airlines are gonna look like in the future certainly makes a lot more sense wearing a mask on a plane than it does in a you know city park yeah it sure does let's see now that the parents have been stuck at home trying to teach their kids many realize just how important teachers are really are in many think they aren't getting the credit they deserve a new study finds seventy percent of parents G. A. teachers hard in their current job eighty percent said they have a new respect for teachers seventy seven percent of parents the educators deserve a raise and then there is this all about the baby oda buzz Lightyear and the hulk are joining forces to fight crowbars and they're not alone Disney is now selling masks with it so most popular characters including Mickey and Minnie mouse the Avengers to an arty T. R. R. two D. two they come in four packs and cost twenty Bucks all money goes to a nonprofit providing medical supplies Disney now.

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Since that should program the load money ran out but it looks like the trump administration and Congress expect an agreement today on an aid package of up to four hundred fifty billion dollars it may even be more than that like four hundred seventy billion dollars to boost a small business loan program that's run out of money that's the payment up payroll protection program it also adds funds for hospitals and covert date T. testing so along with the small business boost trump said president trump to the negotiations were look at helping our hospitals particularly hard hit rural health care providers the house the Senate is scheduled for pro forma session Monday they could vote either today or tomorrow at the house of death it could be as soon as Wednesday for a vote all the pending package so this is a package which expands that payroll protection program for additional again at six I think it's up to six hundred fifty billion dollars though that initial three hundred fifty billion has been utilized so the other three hundred billion there at a hundred billion for the hospital's intestate added fifty billion I think explain this fifty billion that's for these critical small businesses yeah the original package Jordan include about twenty seven billion dollars for economic injury disaster loans that are available to small businesses so this fifty to sixty billion dollars plus up will be for that portion of the program Jordan just simply put it is all told it will now be seven hundred billion dollars that are available to small businesses the vast majority of it as you said inside that paycheck protection program and your and I would just say just was exchanging text from hell it seems very very close to an announcement I think probably a vote in the Senate tomorrow and like you said a vote in the house Wednesday or Thursday I I think there's a good chance the paycheck protection program is re opened for applications on Thursday which is that I believe this is the key to getting the phase one opening to serve so to be able to re open we've got to get people keep people on the payroll so these businesses can turn all the lights if you will kind of flip the switch no I think that's right and I think it's important to point out that the three hundred fifty billion went pretty quickly and in a rapid pace a lot of medical practices that are essential are also being negatively impacted by this I've been on the phone with a number of physicians and hospitals rob and throughout the country that have had because of the situation with no elective procedures are not able to perform those type of procedures that are necessary not only for people's health but also how they actually keep the practice is going so this additional earmarking if if this we get this through this week so funny could start playing taking place as early as Thursday or Friday is really needed because you're not going to successfully get into a phase one economic reopening until you've got some stability in these industries I mean that we'll talk about this after the break their other industries that are just really really right now restaurants hotels would be very difficult for them to come back there's got to be a it's got to be very orderly and just looking at the information this weekend what becomes clear to me as we look at this is that what we have to do with the ACLJ is work too because what we're trying to everyone's trying to help the country to continue to to restore it's gonna take time it's going to take patients bought what we need to do with the ACL tears make sure these plans are put in place so that the needs of the American people are met the folks the ACLJ is in court right now actually in the in Oklahoma is the tenth circuit we've got our Turkey there who's actually on one of those photo oral arguments businesses the this is part of our seven urgency of because free.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"Today what's really going on in the minds of today's wellness travel. Wellness tourism has become a big deal. It's. It's an industry segment valued at around six hundred fifty billion dollars based on the latest statistics and it's growing at around double the right of regular tourism and the folks over at the Global Wellness Institutes Wellness Tourism Initiative have got a survey. Running at the moment to try and gain some more insight into the thoughts and motivations and behaviors of people travelling when it comes to wellness and I'll put a link to that survey in the comments below in only takes five or ten minutes to complete so really encourage you to go and check it out and help the folks out by filling out that survey it covers business travel and leisure travel and like I said talks about the motivations and what people are looking for when they're traveling. When it comes to wellness now the other thing is they are also giving you the opportunity to win a free ticket to the wellness tourism summit being held in Noosa heads in Queensland in Australia later this sorry no in? In May next year so all of that will be in the link below as we've talked about before wellness. Tourism is a key segment in this wellness industry this wellness sick that we keep talking about. It's something that he's going to touch a lot of other industries and it's something. The thing that he's going to continue to grow as we look for ways to continue our wellness behavior wherever we go whether it's for business or leisure this idea of just going on to wellness retreat for a couple of weeks. A year is not what people looking for for these days. They're looking to continue their wellness as they travel whether it's on a regular basis for leisure or with industry opportunities I think when people travel for business so the folks at the Wellness Tourism Initiative.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"Today what's really going on in the minds of today's wellness travel. Wellness tourism has become a big deal. It's. It's an industry segment valued at around six hundred fifty billion dollars based on the latest statistics and it's growing at around double the right of regular tourism and the folks over at the Global Wellness Institutes Wellness Tourism Initiative have got a survey. Running at the moment to try and gain some more insight into the thoughts and motivations and behaviors of people travelling when it comes to wellness and I'll put a link to that survey in the comments below in only takes five or ten minutes to complete so really encourage you to go and check it out and help the folks out by filling out that survey it covers business travel and leisure travel and like I said talks about the motivations and what people are looking for when they're traveling. When it comes to wellness now the other thing is they are also giving you the opportunity to win a free ticket to the wellness tourism summit being held in Noosa heads in Queensland in Australia later this sorry no in? In May next year so all of that will be in the link below as we've talked about before wellness. Tourism is a key segment in this wellness industry this wellness sick that we keep talking about. It's something that he's going to touch a lot of other industries and it's something. The thing that he's going to continue to grow as we look for ways to continue our wellness behavior wherever we go whether it's for business or leisure this idea of just going on to wellness retreat for a couple of weeks. A year is not what people looking for for these days. They're looking to continue their wellness as they travel whether it's on a regular basis for leisure or with industry opportunities I think when people travel for business so the folks at the Wellness Tourism Initiative.

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What Are Today's Wellness Travelers Thinking About?

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:15 min | 2 years ago

What Are Today's Wellness Travelers Thinking About?

"Today what's really going on in the minds of today's wellness travel. Wellness tourism has become a big deal. It's. It's an industry segment valued at around six hundred fifty billion dollars based on the latest statistics and it's growing at around double the right of regular tourism and the folks over at the Global Wellness Institutes Wellness Tourism Initiative have got a survey. Running at the moment to try and gain some more insight into the thoughts and motivations and behaviors of people travelling when it comes to wellness and I'll put a link to that survey in the comments below in only takes five or ten minutes to complete so really encourage you to go and check it out and help the folks out by filling out that survey it covers business travel and leisure travel and like I said talks about the motivations and what people are looking for when they're traveling. When it comes to wellness now the other thing is they are also giving you the opportunity to win a free ticket to the wellness tourism summit being held in Noosa heads in Queensland in Australia later this sorry no in? In May next year so all of that will be in the link below as we've talked about before wellness. Tourism is a key segment in this wellness industry this wellness sick that we keep talking about. It's something that he's going to touch a lot of other industries and it's something. The thing that he's going to continue to grow as we look for ways to continue our wellness behavior wherever we go whether it's for business or leisure this idea of just going on to wellness retreat for a couple of weeks. A year is not what people looking for for these days. They're looking to continue their wellness as they travel whether it's on a regular basis for leisure or with industry opportunities I think when people travel for business so the folks at the Wellness Tourism Initiative.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's more the United States. Yes. The United States by a long shot. This is the Stockholm International Peace Research institute report global spending on defense one point eight two trillion that's up two point six percent. It's the highest amount since eighty eight comparing historically though, I mean, you always have inflation, right? Even the same number of tanks twenty years from now, we're going to cost more sure the United States six hundred and forty nine billion the first time in seven years we've raised the amount of. But then again, this is the Trump administration getting elected and saying I want to increase military spent spending. So we knew about it. That's what he said. That's what he was voted for. So I don't think anybody has a bitch against that. Because he said here's what I'm going to do. There's nothing unusual here. There's nothing underhanded. But look at the figures. If it's one point eight two trillion dollars, and we're at six hundred fifty billion dollars that's forty percent of the entire budget of the planet on military spending. But we are so involved extent that no one around the world where the policemen of the world, we don't just pay for defending the homeland. Everywhere. Now, keep in mind. I just wanna throw something out you. It's very interesting that the Trump administration said we are no longer going to be policemen of the world yet, increasing military spending. So I think the two are this is not that easy reconciled, the two, and we're into some really neat stuff that never pans out technology. Try stuff that is just so out there that do remember it was the York. I'm not mistaken, the York robe, robotic controlled person personnel carrier a tank movable tank, and it was a cost like five billion dollars. And they just never worked, and it was just an insane amount of money. Also the research for Star Wars. Reagan. I don't know how many billions of dollars were spent on that. And it was from minute one. It was unfaithful. So in any case, let's. Is that non feasible or unfeasible unfeasible I say on? But I think it is an. I think on works. Okay. Let's take unbreakable Jennifer Europe on okay? An inmate walked away from the minimum security facility in still mar the man was found missing early yesterday morning. He's Latino five nine two hundred ten pounds shaved head and Brown is an elderly man has been killed in Torrance hit and run driver. Police say the man was in a crosswalk last night when he was hit possibly by a blue or gray four door Honda that will have front end damage in San Jose City College has disinvited border patrol agents from an on campus job there. They say they'll still hold a rally job fair to celebrate their victory and show support for immigrants. We'll take a look at your commute with KFI in the sky and the Ninety-one bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at CBS progress health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. Cinco de MOS Sunday may fifth and it most they're celebrating all week long and to keep the VS to going order your catering between April twenty ninth and may twelve and you in every guest will get five dollars in mobile. So if you're.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On route twenty four south from one twenty eight all the way down through Avon, six miles from an earlier rollover at Harrison boulevard. Mike king WBZ's traffic on the threes. All right, Mike. Thank you very much. John Kerik meteorologist John Feerick. Back on the line with us. And let's talk about right now, the rotation in the skies over Worcester county, Handan counties. What is the threat certainly there is a threat for tornado to. Impact that areas storm heading toward Warren Westbrook field right now crossing the mass pike at this point. And it's going to continue to work off toward the north at about thirty to thirty five miles per hour. Certainly there is potential for some hail within this storm system as well and just torrential downpours as that works through. But fortunately, most of this activity is going to stay off to the west of say four ninety five here right through the afternoon into the first part of the evening just to stable farther the east, but there are going to be some thunderstorms out to our west through the evening hours. And then periods of rain on a thunderstorm work its way farther to the east later on tonight temperature's about steady maybe variety a little bit and then windy and chilly tomorrow clouds break for sun up into the fifties. It looks like we could see more rain Sunday afternoon. John Feerick guests. Yeah. I don't want you to go yet. Because this storm system is crossing the mass pike if people listening right now in their cars or hearing this what would you advise them? To do. Well, absolutely going to want to pull over, obviously, as you impact, the very heavy weather, and if you're heading westward, and you see those dark clouds ahead may want to pull over and kind of wait until they pass because they are working off toward the north here now and over the next ten to fifteen minutes certainly thinks should improve in that area. All right, John Ferrick. Thank you very much, by the way, you may be thinking back to twenty eleven June. Remember, Diane stern was anchoring at the time. When we had that tornado outbreak in the same region. No confirmed touchdown of a tornado in Worcester county or handing county, but again, we have rotation radar picking up rotation and there is a threat. In fact, we have a tornado warning for the next fifteen minutes and Worcester county specifically in having county we'll have another check in the forecast coming up right now three away and joining us law with Bloomberg business is Tracy jonky. Lori Wells Fargo is hoping to find the woman to burnish scandal ridden bank's reputation. Reuters reports. The Bank is hired an executive search firm, and is looking to hire a woman as CEO to tackle its regulatory issues and restore its image. You think you pay a lot for fuel? American Airlines estimates rising fuel prices will add six hundred fifty billion dollars to its cost this year. And I don't want to jinx. But it sure looks like the NASDAQ is heading for a record. It's up seventeen points. Nasdaq is up forty rather. The Dow's up forty to the SMP is up nine I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio are Tracy. Thank you very much. It is sentencing day for Maria Boutin ah the Russian woman who admitted to being an unregistered agent of Russia. She's been sentenced and covering this for quite some time. ABC's Aaron Katersky. Thank you for waiting. We have a tornado warning errands. She got bumped a little bit. So thanks for your patience. Oh, good. Lori b the sentencing of RIA patina and really interesting saga for a long time. There was a debate between prosecutors and defense attorneys just how serious crimes really were. And whether her intentions were, you know, at the core of some Russian spying effort, or whether this was just a, you know, a woman new kind of thought herself in a in a role. She didn't really have. But in the end, the judge did think that the crimes were serious enough to warrant an eighteen months sentence. She's already served nine months while awaiting this social serving other nine months, and then she'll be deported ending a saga of it had her with the NRA, the national prayer breakfast and other Republican oriented groups trying prosecutors said to to get some information.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"Jokes? Short-circuited a little bit because he's like what part to you not understand about one. I'm about late. Yes. I say I don't censor the word penis because I am a comedian. This isn't the schism Christian forum. I can use these words on the internet. Maybe he was trying to James Gunn him. Get also, I think he was like, that's hilarious. Even James Gunn. Got his job back hashtag, James control. Hashtag sheen's. Come. I hashtag. We've never use. Hashtag Jane's going journal. The only other political thing wanted to bring Dona how much meat is on these chicken wings. Maybe a lot. Maybe they're Turkey legs. You're vegan. Chicken with an apostrophe. Instead of an e thank you for clarifying, man. But dehydrated Nate channels really good last night. Anyway, you might find this interest. And it might be something we can talk about because we like to talk about the plate of the millennials. We like to not understand the the plight of the jen's Ie's, and then we like to minimize minimize the plight of the gen Xers, but we're all in one thing together hell crippling debt. Oh, yeah. Okay. So really the last three generations have been hamstrung by crippling student loan debt. Millennials very bad jen's e just entering college. Probably worse off than millennials were. So Elizabeth Warren. Yes. One of the white men who on. That's me. So Elizabeth Warren has proposed that she wants to create a six hundred fifty billion dollar believe billion dollar. It is billion dollar loan forgiveness program where she will wipe out up to fifty thousand dollars student loan debt for people household income is one hundred thousand dollars or less. Ooh, that sucks people who make more than one hundred thousand whatever money. I mean, it's to keep people from big as I mean, the student loan debt is relatively manageable for the relatively wealthy which is the over one hundred thousand, but this is really to keep people who are on the lower end of the income spectrum from being crushed by student loan to because they get in the trap that they can't get out of. I hear what you're saying. But I do believe aunt Becky paid several million dollars. So that someone would lie and say that her daughter was good at boats. Yes, you're right. I don't know how at Becky figures into this picture, but she's funding this with a wealth tax. I like this tax. Nobody understands it. What people act like picked? No, it's it's very good percent wealth tax two percent while Tex on assets yet over five hundred million something like that. So the crazy thing about and. One of our favorite things to do spike explained marginal tax brackets and tax. I guess well, we are zero credits. Book people like to talk about the wealth tax. Like, it's a brand new thing did not America has had a wealth tax for centuries, and it's called the real estate tax all their real estate taxes, social wealth tax. It is it is a tax levied proportionately against those who own more than those who are in lower socioeconomic standings, and this new wealth taxes just taking into account. The fact that most of our billionaires don't have most of their money in real estate. Yes. If they're not in real estate anymore that tax doesn't kick in the do the good things that used to do. Yeah. All of their holdings announced docs, and capital like capital, gains and stuff like that. All these huge investments, sell Warren Buffett made all his money win the wealth. Ax was instituted it was because the wealthy were primarily landowners, which isn't necessarily untrue now. But for the most part the mega wealthy do not own more real estate than they own intangible assets. And that's because property taxes are too high. They they might be I mean property taxes were potentially boosted up over time because we lost out from what we were gaining from landowners same time. Same time. The fizz. The is. Joe food via very nearly dropped this Cup. So we've had a wolf thanks for a long time. I don't think there's anything wrong with a wealth tax assets over five hundred million probably too low. I mean when you talk about two percent, well Tech's you're talking about two dollars out of every one hundred or two cents on every dollar. That's another way to put it. But I mean, if we're looking at a wealth tax, absolutely we should have one we should probably just have a marginal tax rate pass

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"One goal in Switzerland. Bernie sanders. I just I was listening to a a Dershowitz audio that I'm gonna play coming up on the bottom of the hour. So they who's on my mind. But Sanders was also the question look socialism's failed everywhere. Why would you do it? And he says, well, he's for Democrats socialism nod for the socialism that existed in the Soviet Union, which is to Taliban -tarian socialism. But as we all know once you get the, and this is the as we've talked about before what he calls Democrats, socialism is the current state now where you have where you move away from a a constitutional Republic where you move away from Republic where you have the tyranny of the majority controlling the minority because that's the whole point of why we're not a direct democracy were were a worry Republic. So the majority cannot take the rights away from the minority that was the fear of. The founding fathers because they had seen it happen and their their their fear was for example, what you see in Venezuela. Which is a, you know, a democracy a government under a democracy that eventually becomes totalitarian regime and evolves that way because of the fact of when you move to socialism, and the government controls more of the capital, the money is in public hands in government hands. They get the power it's not in private hands anymore. And that's have that that's the evolution of it. Of course. It wasn't a debate back and forth between the person who asked the question and Bernie Sanders, but the question was asked, and it got applause because it was a young woman whose family came from the Soviet the the Soviet Union. But the fact is that's on CNN and those questions are actually being addressed. And as we pointed out earlier, you know, an a number of questions were were being asked that are tough for him to answer and tough for any democrat to answer right now. Yeah. I think that it is a again, the if it's this kind of this open. Field now with with Democrats because so many. Splintered groups have come from what they've created over the years. Who knows what they'll focus on? I mean, you go to Howard Dean. In the whole. Who thought that would derail who would have predicted that would have derailed a presidential campaign? Really? And he was the guy at the moment. And he had the momentum. So now, let's fast forward to twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty and and try and in our minds envision what the next I guess trolling moment will be for the far left. Bernie will pull high. But does he have canny hold the same energy and answered the new questions about socialism than his beliefs? And still survive it long term, I suspect even even in his response. It was just the normal saints that we hear I believe that the government should read should be responsive to not just the top one percent. But to all working Americans. What the hell does that mean? Right. How? Always throwing out this populism these populism slogan lines that have been out there for how long now they're old. Yeah. I know he is to. Gives them streak. But, but this is the other side of it too socialist streak, right? But when you start talking about the details of it. It's one thing to go out and say your healthcare is going to be free. You college is going to be free that appeals. What's the other side of that? You don't two thousand eight I guess the the birth of of the idea of ObamaCare, and then getting into two thousand nine in two thousand ten a lot of lies had to be told along the way that people were willing to believe the lies. I don't think they're just automatically believing the lies anymore. And why is that? I think it's in part because of the failure of the last administration the many failures of the last administration, and I don't mean the the failures of the things they tried to get done and didn't get done. I mean, the promises they made to their side their rank and file that they didn't deliver on what their rank and file sees is failures. How many times we heard? Well, Obama didn't really get anything done for us. That's been repeated time and time again. Well, we did see Elizabeth Warren though, talking, you know, really going for the the financial Shutler talking about, you know, re forgiving fifty thousand dollars of college loans or below. I believe the total costs are looking at. I saw one of the estimated six hundred fifty billion dollars, right? Yeah. That's gonna pass on. Sure. But go big as we stated go big. And if you're going to do it if you're going to be if you're going to be a socialist, go.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Berlin. Wisconsin is also a winner. The shop is getting one hundred thousand dollars for selling the winning ticket in the third largest lottery jackpot in history. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Amy climate Charen veiled her plan Thursday to repair the nation's crumbling, roads, bridges and waterways. Proposal includes six hundred fifty billion dollars in direct federal funding. Francis. Hey, cybercriminals, stole the w two forms from my friend's company. Yes. Scammers impersonate CEO's in Email and also launch attacks from compromised accounts. What if they target us? Don't worry. We have barracuda. Total Email protection. So we're secured. Yes. Barracuda. Protect businesses of all sizes with artificial intelligence that blocks spearfishing account takeover attempts and business, Email compromise. That's a relief. Protect your business at barracuda dot com. Barracuda your journey secured. If you are behind on your bills, then this message is for you. How would you like to have a large portion of your credit card debt or medical bills forgiven? National credit card relief would like to give you free information on a proven debt-forgiveness program. It's not bankruptcy. It's not consolidation. This special program actually wipes clean the portion of your debt that is forgiven. Call for your free forgiveness information now eight hundred two nine one six six seven, oh that's eight hundred two nine one six six seven zero. Don't wait. Call eight. Hundred two nine one six six seven zero not available in North Dakota. The department of housing and urban development is charging Facebook with violating the fair housing act with advertising, Jan Johnson explains. Spoke says it's surprised because it's been working with, HUD and had already taken corrective steps, but the government says Facebook does discriminate against people based on who they are. And where they live a formal complaint was actually filed last year claiming Facebook ads discriminate because advertisers can dictate who sees their ads based on race religion, gender, disability and other characteristics. Hud secretary Ben Carson says using computer to limit a person's housing choices can be Justice discriminatory is slamming a door in someone's face. Jan johnson. Washington racing resumes today at Santa Anita racetrack, California horse racing board adopted a proposal banning whips they're on this comes in the wake of twenty two horse.

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Speedway new Berlin. Wisconsin is also a winner. The shop is getting one hundred thousand dollars for selling the winning ticket in the third largest lottery jackpot in history. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Candidate Amy klobuchar unveiled her plan Thursday to repair the nation's crumbling roads. Bridges and waterways, the trillion dollar proposal includes six hundred fifty billion dollars. I'm Elliot Francis. Help you sell stuff online. Then you know, what a pain shipping can be. It's time consuming. It's expensive. It's a hassle until now. Introducing ship station, the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers. Whether you sell stuff on Amazon SE Chiappa fi or your own website with ship station. You can quickly ship all orders from one easy to use dashboard. Saving. You a ton of time. There's even an easy to use mobile app. So you always have access plus you'll save money with ship stations deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like USPS UPS FedEx in more. You can always choose the best carrier at the lowest rate for every package. It's no wonder ship station is rated number one by online sellers in right now, you can try ship station free for sixty days. That's right free. Just go to ship station dot com and enter promo code talk. We guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers. A lot easier. That's ship stationed dot com. Promo code talk ship station. Make. Ship happen. The ridesharing company lift has said, it's initial share price ahead of a hug, we anticipated stock market debut, Friday and Johnson tells more seventy two dollar share prices at the high end of a revision lift made after investor demand prompted the company to bulk up its goal for some thirty one million shares that will be sold in the initial public offering the price puts a pin in lifts market value at twenty four billion dollars which could quickly change..

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Elevations affirm was designed to invest at the intersection of. Tech and medium and our partners included, not just Bano from YouTube. But also, Fred enersen who'd been the CFO at apple did the turnaround with Steve Jobs, and John Rick Tele who'd been the president of Electronic Arts. And so I'd been really involved videogames. John had been present of the biggest video game company in the world. So we had a conference through dedicated to video games. I mean, it had a Xiuyin TV with massive speakers. And we had this this arcade thing with a simulator with every single arcade game remain, but the room was soundproofed within an inch of its life. Because when people are in there playing the games, it was really loud and cranny work done if you didn't have it soundproof. So Mark comes over. And he's he's he so totally Mark raised. Got the flip flops. He's got the hoodies. Got the visitor says I'm CEO bitch. Not a he if he did he didn't give me that Keating. Who literally we talking about a moment. She he hands the business card to a woman who's been asked to like help them with the company. I'm. Yeah. I think that was at least a year before you're for sure. So this is two thousand six he comes into my office and sits down in the room set up like like living room. Right. So we're both in comfy chairs about three feet apart. So closer than you. And I are now at and I go Mark, you don't know me. I've been around long time limit give you a little context for how I'm looking at this meeting because once you start talking you're going to interpret everything I said is though I'm just reacting to what you say. So let me go. I he goes go ahead and go if it hasn't already haven't either Microsoft or Yahoo is going to offer a billion dollars for Facebook now interns, white well, everybody everybody who's listening. This may wonder why that was significant they just finished a nine million dollar revenue year, right, right? Basically doing banner ads for pizza one hundred million dollar company at that point. No, it was a nine million dollars in round. I million Revie but one hundred. Million dollar valuation. Maybe take a guess, I don't think. So now yet. No, they'd taken the money from I. Sorry. Maybe one hundred it was whatever the Axelle valuation was listening. Yeah. Whatever whatever the number was a billion dollars was huge. So I'm going one of these guys off your billion dollars and everybody, you know, your parents your board of directors Jim Brier from Axelle your management team your place. Everybody's gonna say Mark take money. Sure owned sixty seventy percent of the company. Well, you're gonna have six hundred fifty billion dollars. You're going to change the world. Jim Briars gonna tell you. He's gonna fund your next company just gonna do it again rock roll everyone's gonna tell you they're going to go with you. It's gonna be fantastic..

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"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"six hundred fifty billion dollar" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Of the team your grades your credit score just found that story to be just so that is at so American of us, we want to be eight hundred seven hundred I remember when I bought this accurate T L one time, and I had good credit growing up. And I was in it was in Annapolis. And I went in I was talking to the guys pick bodybuilder guy. And I said, I was my credit. He's like bad. It's Cuba by the building. It was gonna I always took my credit series. Like that was me growing up. So now, apparently, it's a big. But I never I've seriously, I've never monitored Mike. I just went on today for the first time being inspired to check my oh credit score. Because I've never thought of doing that. Hey, Chuck, my credit score. Was interested in at that time. Right. Right. Exactly. The opposite. All right. So is this a serious articles? I read this other one in the journal today, feel Graham great op Ed in the Wall Street Journal today talking about how the tax cuts have been unequivocal, basically, you'd have to be an idiot to ignore the positive effects of the Trump tax cut plan. Right. But not only that latest gentlemen, you know, that that's a simple talking point. Yeah. The tax cuts word. Okay. Why it's not just that. He writes that they work. He contrasts it with some of the tax hikes in the Obama administration. And he puts out some numbers. I think you'll find pretty fascinating. I know why did so keep in mind, we're doing here. Lead of the story is the Obama tax hikes hiked the income tax rates versus the Trump tax cut. And I don't just want to talk about the growth rates. I wanna talk about in this how it impacted tax revenue because the liberal talking point is we need more tax revenue show, which we should high taxes. Okay. So let's talk about what actually happened when Obama tight high taxes, and let's use the actual. Facts data from the peace. Joe? Today's changes in economic growth overwhelmed, the direct effects of policy changes after President Obama raised income taxes in two thousand thirteen they expected Joe to collect an extra six hundred fifty billion dollars over ten years. So let's be clear here Obama hikes taxes. The Obama administration expected a windfall of six hundred fifty billion additional tax dollars due to their tax hike over ten years. The CBO Joe had predicted and you will growth with average three point seven percent through twenty sixteen after those tax. Well, a fair question now that those tax hikes are over that period of time is over to twenty sixteen would be well what actually happened right? We raise the actual revenue over that ten year which hasn't closed yet, obviously. But we're ways through it. And did we meet those growth targets? Here we go when the actual growth rate through two thousand fourteen through twenty sixteen. Was forty percent lower than predicted. Joe the CPO revised its revenue estimate down by an astonishing three point one trillion dollars. Oh, four point seven times the amount that tax increase was opposed to collect. So let's get this straight again liberals, I know facts that data are hard. I get it. I know you've taken the vaccine against facts at an early age, but the Obama tax hikes. They predicted a six hundred fifty billion dollar windfall due to the decrease growth from those tax hikes and that money coming out of the economy. They have now revised the estimate to the to the point where they think they're going to lose three point one trillion, which is nearly five times the amount. It was supposed to collect. Joe? I bring us up always with you on the line because you live in Maryland still. Yeah, you were there when I was there. Remember when governor O'Malley liberal Democrat, instituted the millionaire's tax. Jim. And they said, oh, it's going to raise one hundred million plus in taxes. What did it actually you? Joe people fled Maryland Dros thing. Well that losing almost twice the amount. It was supposed to raise. Remember that? Rebecca, these Marylanders come back. They all Pennsylvania. It was awful Virginia this actually happened. And this is what's so frustrating about liberals the facts never get in the way of their stupid arguments..

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