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Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Goodbye 'godsend': Expiration of child tax credits hits home

"Tens tens of of millions millions of of U. U. S. S. families families are are going going to to feel feel the the pinch pinch today today because because the the monthly monthly deposit deposit from from the the federal federal child child tax tax credit credit program program has has ended ended for for the the first first time time in in six six months months families families won't won't receive receive the the monthly monthly child child tax tax credit credit it it was was included included in in president president Biden's Biden's now now stalled stalled social social spending spending bill bill held held up up in in Congress Congress West West Virginia Virginia senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin was was able able to to block block the the legislation legislation with with concerns concerns about about increasing increasing federal federal spending spending but but some some of of his his constituents constituents want want the the extra extra financial financial relief relief retiree retiree Andy Andy Roberts Roberts raising raising his his two two young young grandchildren grandchildren says says that that extra extra five five hundred hundred fifty fifty dollars dollars a a month month was was a a godsend godsend paying paying for for shoes shoes girl girl scouts scouts and and ballet ballet more more than than thirty thirty six six million million American American families families receive receive the the payments payments in in December December families families will will still still be be able able to to claim claim a a reduced reduced child child tax tax credit credit when when they they file file their their taxes taxes later later this this year year I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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CDC signs off on Pfizer extra dose measures

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

CDC signs off on Pfizer extra dose measures

"Health health officials officials estimate estimate the the Omicron Omicron variant variant accounted accounted for for the the vast vast majority majority of of new new coronavirus coronavirus infections infections last last week week the the CDC's CDC's newest newest estimate estimate is is almost almost crying crying because because some some ninety ninety five five percent percent of of new new cases cases suggesting suggesting a a dramatic dramatic swing swing in in just just one one month month in in late late November November delta delta very very it it was was causing causing more more than than ninety ninety nine nine and and a a half half percent percent of of new new infections infections more more than than two two point point two two million million cases cases were were reported reported in in the the last last week week in in the the U. U. S. S. the the CDC CDC is is also also recommending recommending people people who who receive receive to to Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine shots shots get get their their booster booster five five months months after after the the last last dose dose instead instead of of six six it's it's not not recommending recommending changing changing the the booster booster interval interval for for the the other other vaccines vaccines two two months months for for Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson six six months months for for Madura Madura Sager Sager mag mag on on me me at at the the White White House House

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FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges

"The the federal federal government government is is moving moving a a step step closer closer to to expanding expanding cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for more more Americans Americans boosters boosters are are already already recommended recommended for for everyone everyone sixteen sixteen and and older older and and the the food food and and drug drug administration administration now now says says they're they're also also warranted warranted for for twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen year year olds olds regulators regulators say say kids kids of of those those agents agents can can get get a a booster booster as as early early as as five five months months after after their their last last dose dose rather rather than than six six months months the the CDC CDC is is expected expected to to rule rule later later this this week week on on whether whether to to recommend recommend that that while while Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen tends tends to to cause cause less less severe severe illness illness in in children children child child hospitalizations hospitalizations have have been been rising rising during during the the Omicron Omicron wave wave mostly mostly among among the the unvaccinated unvaccinated Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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US Homeland Security agents to test use of body cameras

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

US Homeland Security agents to test use of body cameras

"The the U. U. S. S. immigration immigration and and customs customs enforcement enforcement agency agency says says dozens dozens of of agents agents will will wear wear body body cameras cameras for for the the first first time time as as part part of of a a six six month month pilot pilot project project ice ice officials officials say say members members of of swat swat like like teams teams who who work work for for a a component component of of ice ice known known as as homeland homeland security security investigations investigations will will use use body body cams cams in in Houston Houston Newark Newark New New Jersey Jersey and and New New York York during during the the test test the the teams teams make make arrests arrests and and execute execute search search warrants warrants in in trans trans national national federal federal cases cases involving involving such such crimes crimes as as drug drug and and human human trafficking trafficking and and fraud fraud ice ice plans plans to to expand expand the the pilot pilot to to include include the the officers officers who who carry carry out out immigration immigration enforcement enforcement I'm I'm shortly shortly after after

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 Ransomware persists even as high-profile attacks have slowed

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Ransomware persists even as high-profile attacks have slowed

"Ransomware ransomware persists persists even even as as high high profile profile attacks attacks have have slowed slowed in in the the months months since since president president Joe Joe Biden Biden warned warned Russian Russian leader leader Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin to to a a crackdown crackdown on on ransomware ransomware gangs gangs in in his his country country there there hasn't hasn't been been a a massive massive attack attack like like the the one one last last may may that that resulted resulted in in gasoline gasoline shortages shortages and and long long lines lines at at the the pump pump but but the the problem problem hasn't hasn't evaporated evaporated with with hackers hackers conducting conducting a a barrage barrage of of lower lower profile profile episodes episodes that that have have upended upended the the businesses businesses government government schools schools and and hospitals hospitals that that were were hit hit U. U. S. S. officials officials have have recaptured recaptured some some ransom ransom payments payments crack crack down down on on abuses abuses of of cryptocurrency cryptocurrency and and made made some some arrests arrests yet yet six six months months after after Biden's Biden's cautions cautions to to Putin Putin it's it's hard hard to to tell tell attackers attackers have have eased eased up up because because of of U. U. S. S. pressure pressure I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker ransomware ransomware persists persists even even as as high high profile profile attacks attacks have have slowed slowed in in the the months months since since president president Joe Joe Biden Biden warned warned Russian Russian leader leader Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin to to crack crack down down on on ransomware ransomware gangs gangs in in his his country country there there hasn't hasn't been been a a massive massive attack attack like like the the one one last last may may that that resulted resulted in in gasoline gasoline shortages shortages and and long long lines lines at at the the pump pump but but the the problem problem hasn't hasn't evaporated evaporated with with hackers hackers conducting conducting a a barrage barrage of of lower lower profile profile episodes episodes that that have have upended upended the the businesses businesses government government schools schools and and hospitals hospitals that that were were hit hit U. U. S. S. officials officials have have recaptured recaptured some some ransom ransom payments payments crack crack down down on on abuses abuses of of cryptocurrency cryptocurrency and and made made some some arrests arrests yet yet six six months months after after Biden's Biden's cautions cautions to to Putin Putin it's it's hard hard to to tell tell attackers attackers have have eased eased up up because because of of U. U. S. S. pressure pressure I'm I'm

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Pfizer study tests extra COVID vaccine dose for kids under 5

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Pfizer study tests extra COVID vaccine dose for kids under 5

"Fizer Fizer is is shifting shifting gears gears during during tests tests of of its its covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine in in babies babies and and preschoolers preschoolers the the drug drug maker maker had had been been giving giving kids kids five five and and younger younger to to special special low low dose dose vaccine vaccine shots shots each each a a tenth tenth of of the the adult adult dose dose but but a a preliminary preliminary analysis analysis finds finds two two to to four four year year olds olds did did not not have have a a strong strong immune immune response response as as expected expected so so Fizer Fizer is is now now testing testing three three shots shots instead instead of of two two it it had had planned planned to to release release data data from from the the kids kids study study by by year's year's end end it's it's unclear unclear how how the the dosing dosing change change will will delay delay the the push push to to start start vaccinating vaccinating the the nation's nation's youngest youngest children children Fizer Fizer read read it's it's German German partner partner say say E. E. if if the the three three dose dose study study is is successful successful they they plan plan to to apply apply for for emergency emergency authorization authorization sometime sometime in in the the next next six six months months Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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US expands Pfizer COVID boosters, opens extra dose to age 16

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

US expands Pfizer COVID boosters, opens extra dose to age 16

"Eligibility eligibility for for covered covered nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine boosters boosters is is widening widening I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the food food and and drug drug administration administration has has cleared cleared a a third third dose dose of of Pfizer's Pfizer's vaccine vaccine to to people people as as young young as as sixteen sixteen if if it's it's been been six six months months since since their their last last shot shot hours hours after after that that decision decision the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention lifted lifted the the last last barrier barrier saying saying those those teens teens should should get get their their booster booster as as soon soon as as it's it's time time it's it's not not yet yet clear clear if if younger younger teens teens will will need need one one the the US US and and many many other other nations nations have have been been urging urging adults adults to to get get booster booster shots shots to to pump pump up up immunity immunity that that can can Wayne Wayne months months after after vaccination vaccination those those calls calls have have intensified intensified with with the the discovery discovery of of the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant the the Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine is is the the only only option option available available for for children children and and teenagers teenagers in in the the U. U. S. S. I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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FDA expands Pfizer COVID booster, opens extra dose to age 16

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

FDA expands Pfizer COVID booster, opens extra dose to age 16

"Eligibility eligibility for for covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine boosters boosters is is widening widening I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the food food and and drug drug administration administration has has cleared cleared a a third third dose dose of of Pfizer's Pfizer's vaccine vaccine to to people people as as young young as as sixteen sixteen if if it's it's been been six six months months since since their their last last shot shot that's that's an an initial initial step step the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention must must recommend recommend those those teens teens get get a a booster booster it's it's not not clear clear yet yet whether whether younger younger teens teens will will need need what what the the US US and and many many other other nations nations have have been been urging urging adults adults to to get get booster booster shots shots to to pump pump up up immunity immunity that that can can Wayne Wayne months months after after vaccination vaccination those those calls calls have have intensified intensified with with the the discovery discovery of of the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine is is the the only only vaccine vaccine option option available available for for children children and and teenagers teenagers in in the the U. U. S. S. I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Austrians who flout vaccine mandate face fines up to $4,000

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Austrians who flout vaccine mandate face fines up to $4,000

"Austrians Austrians who who flout flout a a new new vaccine vaccine mandate mandate is is likely likely to to face face tough tough fines fines Austria's Austria's health health minister minister says says the the country country plans plans to to impose impose fines fines of of up up to to four four thousand thousand dollars dollars on on people people who who flout flout the the coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine mandate mandate full full residents residents age age forty forty nine nine over over that that it it aims aims to to introduce introduce in in February February people's people's income income and and other other financial financial obligations obligations will will be be taken taken into into account account in in calculating calculating the the fines fines over over recent recent weeks weeks officials officials have have drawn drawn up up for for the the details details of of the the draft draft legislation legislation with with backing backing from from two two of of the the three three opposition opposition parties parties in in parliament parliament the the health health minister minister says says they'll they'll be be exemptions exemptions for for pregnant pregnant women women for for people people who who cannot cannot get get vaccinated vaccinated for for medical medical reasons reasons and and for for people people who who recovered recovered from from cove cove in in nineteen nineteen in in the the previous previous six six months months I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up  should get booster shot

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up should get booster shot

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention broadens broadens its its recommendation recommendation for for cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention is is now now recommending recommending cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for all all adults adults because because of of the the new new variant variant Omicron Omicron in in a a statement statement late late Monday Monday CDC CDC director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky said said everyone everyone ages ages eighteen eighteen and and older older should should get get a a booster booster shot shot either either when when they they are are six six months months after after their their initial initial Fizer Fizer or or mature mature in in a a series series or or two two months months after after their their initial initial J. J. and and J. J. vaccine vaccine the the CDC CDC had had previously previously approved approved boosters boosters for for all all adults adults but but only only recommended recommended boosters boosters for for those those fifty fifty years years old old and and older older or or those those living living in in long long term term care care facilities facilities well well then then ski ski also also encouraged encouraged anyone anyone who's who's feeling feeling unwell unwell to to get get tested tested for for covert covert nineteen nineteen hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

"European Commission president Ursula von delay and has urged E. U. citizens to get vaccinated and he's promoting the use of booster shots as Europe is at the heart of the new coded nineteen infection way I'm delaying the says nations need to convince more people to get the shots given a quarter you adults are still not fully vaccinated vaccination against covered nineteen save thousands of lives in the European Union but a new wave is hitting us and we need to step up axing nation further the European Commission president also makes clear the importance of taking up the offer of a booster shot says give us an even higher level of protection than the original vaccination they will prevent many hospitalizations and death than the lane reminds citizens you should get the booster shot six months after the original vaccination I'm Charles the last month

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Suggests Americans Will Need Boosters Every Six Months

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci Suggests Americans Will Need Boosters Every Six Months

"Answer. By the way, let's play some type of foushee. The fact that he still has a job is incredible, Fauci should be in prison, but he won't be. Foushee is a he's a leader of the deep state bureaucratic state of our government. Cut three Fauci suggests that Americans will need boosters every 6 months, like cut three. We would hope and this is something that we're looking at very carefully that that shot with the mRNA not only boosts you way up, but increases the durability so that you will not necessarily need it every 6 months every year. We're hoping it pushes it out more. If it doesn't, and the data show we do need it more often, then we'll do it. Cut four, he says, if you're vaccinated and hopefully you'll get the book boosted too, your family is then you can enjoy a typical Thanksgiving meal. Who are you to say what I could do on Thanksgiving Fauci play cut for? If you are vaccinated and hopefully you'll be boosted too, and your family is you can enjoy a typical Thanksgiving meal Thanksgiving holiday with your family. The thing we are concerned about is the people who are not

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US advisers support expanding COVID boosters to all adults

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

US advisers support expanding COVID boosters to all adults

"The government has moved to open cove it nineteen booster shots to all adults as experts worry a steady rise in virus cases could lead to a holiday season search the FDA says anyone eighteen and over can pick either replies or or matured a booster six months after their last dose about a dozen states were already offering the shots on their own amid complaints the federal regulations on who could get them work too confusing we heard loud and clear that people needed something simpler and this I think is simple hours after FDA vaccine chief Peter marks talk to the AP CDC advisers like Dr Camille Nelson cotton agreed all American can understand the track teams that are recommended for them at that time the CDC advisers went even further stressing people fifty and over should get a booster Sager mag ani Washington

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Lamont says 'fully vaccinated' means getting COVID booster

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Lamont says 'fully vaccinated' means getting COVID booster

"The governor of Connecticut says he's not waiting for federal officials to recommend that more people get cove it nineteen booster shots he's urging all adults to get the extra protection Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says it's simple anyone who received a covert shot more than six months ago should no longer consider themselves fully vaccinated he wants adults to get booster shots before thanksgiving while some states are awaiting guidance from the U. S. centers for disease control Lamont says quote the CDC speaks Latin and that he can't figure out under their rules who is eligible and who is not coded infections are on the rise in Connecticut and surrounding northeast states with twenty five Kobe death statewide in the past week I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Police say Liverpool attacker bought bomb parts for 6 months

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Police say Liverpool attacker bought bomb parts for 6 months

"British police say the suspect who was killed in a Liverpool taxi explosion spent at least six months buying components for a bomb and appears to have acted alone bust Jackson the head of counter terrorism policing north west England says Emma also will mean had rented a property in the city in April could have been making relevant purchases for device at least since then Jackson adds investigators so far have not found any of the people of concern detectives are also piecing together details of the dead man's life and

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 California, Colorado and NM expand virus booster access

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

California, Colorado and NM expand virus booster access

"Surges in corona virus cases lead a trio of western states to expand their booster shot programs California New Mexico and Colorado open their corona virus booster vaccines to include all vaccinated adults Colorado governor Jerod Paulus please if you've got the vaccine six months or more ago get your booster Paulus said Colorado is seeing a surge in cases especially among those who have yet to be vaccinated when you have less than three hundred vaccinated people hospital almost about twelve hundred people that are unvaccinated we wouldn't even be here talking about this if if everybody was vaccinated the CDC says Colorado and New Mexico have among the nation's highest rates of new

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 Sponsors asked to defend support for Beijing Winter Olympics

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Sponsors asked to defend support for Beijing Winter Olympics

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting sponsors have been asked to defend support for the Beijing winter Olympics Human Rights Watch has asked leading sponsors of the Beijing winter Olympics to explain why they remain largely silent about alleged human rights abuses in China in an online briefing the rights group said it reached out to all but one of the I. O. C. so called top sponsors in lengthy letters almost six months ago the only reply came from Ali ons last month saying we stand behind the Olympic movement earlier this week the international trade union confederation issued a scathing report alleging genocide and crimes against humanity in the Xinjiang region of northwest China the Beijing games open February fourth hi Mike

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"six months ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"six months ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"For optics. It's just something to look at. So in that way, Yeah, I guess they are very similar. But Kamala Harris isn't solving any problems at all. She has no so I mean, you have to have a solution to solve the problem. All she's doing is she's flying around because and let's be honest. We all know why this trip happened. Now there's knows There's no reason there was no massive Serge. I mean, there's been a surge for the past, You know, six or seven months since Joe Biden took office, But there has been no massive surge this week. That would require immediate attention that she needs to go down there. It's not like border Wall construction has stopped or started or there's a new contract or they're, you know, showing some kind of new border facility that they're unveiling. No, There's nothing new. There is one reason and one reason only that Kamala Harris is at the border this week, and that's because Donald Trump is going to go there next week and she lost, she said. I've had this trip planned since Marchionne had no trip plans in March. She didn't ever want to go to the border because that's actual work and there I mean, there's two things we know about Kamala Harris, number one. She doesn't do anything and when she goes in front of the press or when she goes in front of somebody to talk about what she's not doing, she bombs so every and it used to be. They kept Joe Biden in the basement because he was so terrible at interacting with people. Now they've got to keep Kamala Harris in the basement, too, because whenever she went well on with the lesser holds, and she said, she said, I've been to the border. I'm going to the border. I'm going to the border. I've been to the Order and he goes. You haven't been to the border and she says I haven't been to Europe either. If you'd asked me six months ago, who would give the worst interview performance of this presidency? Would it be Joe Biden or Kamala Harris? I would have hands down, said Joe Biden. But it turns out that it was Kamala Harris and that and the Democrats have got to be going bonkers. They thought for sure if Joe was pushed aside or pushed out, or of Joe collapsed one day, If Joe went to like, Take his last breath, we lean forward to whisper something into the microphone and ended up being his last breath, pay them more and then blue. He just pops. They would have at least had Coloma Kamala Harris to fall back on. But now the Democrats are in panic mode because they don't even have that. They've got nobody and who started line? Oh my God, the oldest person in the history of the Democrat Party, Nancy Pelosi. I mean, really, for a party that's supposed to be progressive and supposed to have some really great young ideas and some really great, you know, young thinkers and some young blood they got No, but they've got a bunch of old people. And Kamala Harris, who doesn't know what she's doing half the time. I mean, this is a woman Don't forget, who came in dead last in the polls who had to drop out of the race because nobody wanted to give her money. She's from California, and she couldn't raise money California one of the richest states, in of the 50, California, the home of Hollywood, California, the home of Silicon Valley, California, the home of of of Napa Valley in wine country. I mean, you want to talk about conglomeration of billionaires. You're talking about California and she couldn't raise enough money to stay in the race. Why? Nobody wanted her. Nobody liked her at nobody thought she could get anything done, And now she is the second most important person in the United States of America. With the second most power. It's baffling. It's upsetting, and it's really I mean, it's really bad for business. And when you see her and hear her say these things at the border like, Oh, I was I'd always playing this trip. It's not my first trip to the border, and she can't keep a message straight and the only message he has his cause and effect cause and effect cause and effect. 8559 for Omar. I got a cause and effect because you're such a horrible vice president. We are all affected by that, and this border surge is going to continue and the people in Texas too. That's the other thing, Man. If you go to Texas, and you've got people there that are hurting enough to come out and protest you. You know, you got to pay attention to protesters. We get a lot of people writing the show. We're on the stream and they say, Man, we love your show, man. You're so great. You speak the truth. And look, Listen. We love all that man. That's great, But the people that are really getting your head or the people that call and say you suck. You're a bad person. What you said is inherently evil and untrue. Those are the people like, Well, wait a minute. I need to talk to you about. Why do you think that? What do you what? You know, Let me help you understand what I my thinking is help me understand what you're thinking is you know when you say I'm an evil, bald headed troll who see it looks like a turd that came out of the devil. What exactly do you mean by that? And what led you to that conclusion? I really want to know because, you know, I find it fascinating. And I also think it would help to build a bridge. Kamila Harris isn't building bridges. She doesn't stop and talk to the protesters. She doesn't meet with them. She drives by them. Her limo goes and makes a speech goes to a press conference, grabs a cookie without her face on it, or with her face on it or whatever, and get back on the plane. You have to interact with the people in Texas. This is this is a bigger insult to the people in Texas for her to go to all the way to Texas and not go to the border for her to go all the way to Texas and not go to wear Ted Cruz has been to where who had Lauren Bober has been to where Donald Trump is going with with with the with What's his name? Governor Abbott. Next week. That's 100% an insult not just to the people at the border who are working there, but to the people in Texas, who are who are feeling the effects of all the causes of immigration that Kamala Harris believes she is working very hard to, um The end 855946 season five. Alright, here's the deal. We're gonna play this game. And we're going to see what how it goes. It's Friday. So if it listen, if it doesn't work as well as the last time, everybody in two days from now everyone will forget. Right. We'll just start fresh on Monday to Friday, five PM news Drop..

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"six months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"six months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Insisting the effort he launched six months ago is the reason distribution of a covert 19 vaccine could begin before year's end in record time as a result of Operation Warp speed. Visor announced on Monday that it's China virus vaccine is more than 90% effective. This far exceeds any and all expectations. Nobody thought they'd get to that level and we have others coming, which we think will be an equal level. Maybe more of this possible Shortly before the president's briefing in the Rose Garden, though, President elect Joe Biden released a written statement saying and accelerating public health crisis demands a robust and immediate federal response. He's urging the current administration to acknowledge how serious the current situation is, since it may be months before a vaccine is widely available by and is also calling for shared action and shared responsibility, urging all Americans regardless of who they voted for. To wear masks and social distance has lawsuits over election results continue in several states. One Social Media chiefs assessment Getting some attention, According to BUZZFEED News, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is telling employees. The outcome of the election is now clear. And Joe Biden will be our next president Zuckerberg reportedly making the announcement during a company wide meeting, saying it's important that people have confidence that the election was fundamentally fair, adding, that goes for the tens of millions of people that voted for President Trump his comments. Com is Facebook faces criticism for the spread of election misinformation, including from members of press. Intellect. Biden's team Kristen Goodwin, Fox News he had another tropical storm is born Iota, which could hit Central America this weekend. Following the same path is Ada, which killed more than 100. People I owed is the 30th.

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"six months ago" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"six months ago" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Just six months ago, You had a Philadelphia judge who was convicted in a scheme to accept bribes as he cast fraudulent ballots. So there you have it, Shawn. I mean, it's basically paid a play that if you promised me a good position under the next administration or make us up a couple of bucks in my direction, who knows where the vote totals might end up? I'm sorry. Just these. These numbers just don't add up and I think there has been no again this. This has been massive voter fraud. They told us President Trump knew he warned us that the election will be rigged and fixed and it has been Oh, and this is you need to have a massive It starts with these lawsuits. Thank goodness the president. His team are fighting back with it from Rudy Giuliani, right after the 8 30 news this morning in the press conference in Philadelphia. Oh, by the way, Rhode Island voters and brave step took the vote yesterday and they voted to rename Rhode Island. It's now called Rhode Island. I'm serious. They dropped the plantation State way to go violent 7 43 traffic and weather on the three quick. Good morning thanking me brought to you in the service of parties Automotive six. So one Back River Neck Road in Essex. The Westside delay Still there. I 70 Frederick Road. On the West side. You have a combination of the heavy traffic, the bright sunshine the construction through there and again, The typical ride should form a very quickly now on the Parkfield side of the Beltway. The interchanges Good 95 Russell Street 3 95 right here in Camden Yards for the traffic going through in the construction area on Russell Street Wonder View Avenue and also the ramp in Annapolis Road. We've been OK through Annapolis coming off the Bay Bridge. Fog is not a problem. They're still free falling areas over on the eastern shore. Supachai falls on the Western shores Well, fall is here. It's time to think about getting your vehicle ready for winter. So you need to stop in and see Bernie Today at six, So one bank River Neck Road in Essex. Bernie's Facebook page has all of their weekly.

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"six months ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"six months ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Air. Six months ago, He started yelling at me that I should go back to my home country. I am the reason why coronaviruses so serious in another even more shocking incident last month in Brooklyn and elderly woman was set on fire. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for 77 double You, ABC. New Long Alan Man is under arrest after police say he threatened to shoot up an Orthodox Jewish Day camp in Inwood. National County Police Commissioner Patrick Reiner says 58 year old that Nicola paella Had 14 legal weapons in his home except for one rifle. He was charged with making a terroristic threat and weapons possession and is due back in court in October. A covert 19 saliva test used by the N B. A is getting approval from the Food and Drug Administration. White House Coronavirus Task Force member Admiral Brett Jura appeared on Good Morning America today and said These tests are perfect for surveillance in schools and universities basically spit in a tube. It does not need a swab. It does not need the special transport media. It does not need some of these chemical re agents called extraction re agents, so it skips many steps up front Facing angry states, which 10 encourage mail in voting. The postmaster general has backed down on cost cutting measures. Amazon adding thousands of jobs in New York City. The company says it plans on hiring more than 2000 workers. After Purchasing the landmark Lord and Taylor Building from we work on Fifth Avenue. The down today, closing down 66 points Yanks and raise at the stadium, Mets and Marlins, Miami Islands and caps tonight I was looking sweet Royals calling up former Met Matt Harvey. The liberty taking on this storm you forecast in the Ramsey Miles. The weather Center tonight mostly clear low 69 Tomorrow Partly cloudy high 81. 78 in Central Park in 76 in.

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"six months ago" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"six months ago" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"And brown community back once again in the neighborhood, ladies and general back in here with Dana White, Dana, I was asking you about USC when it comes to Khanum Aggregor. It seems like I'm here in a little bit. Mohr. Is there going to be economist Gregor Mayweather again? Well, well. Connor McGregor fight in UFC. Again. Listen, I'm not sure what he's going to do. He's retired right now. I don't see him fighting this year. Right? Right. Right. Right. Right. The one last thing before you go, would you rather would you rather Dane away? And I want you to think about this? What? You rather vote for Biden or Kanye West for Biden or Kanye? Hey. Walks away. You know you got away. I probably have to go. Kanye on. Oh, my God. I don't want to give this guy my paper view. My what if it doesn't all go to, you know, let me ask you a question. Do you know Biden is like full blown dementia, right? So what you have to ask yourself is if Biden wins who's really running the country, right? And you've got to ask yourself too. You know that Trump is a crazy mother. Say anything. Hey, you got a lot of foolish tactics. Now we don't talk politics. But who's helping him? No one because it doesn't listen. Well, look. Well, let me ask you this six months ago, pre Corona virus and all this stuff Unemployment was at an all time low stock market was through the roof. Everybody was doing well right now, But I'm doing well. Six months ago, you know, wasn't going into the trump thing. A lot of people thought. Oh, my God, what you know, about six months ago, Trump was still trump to me, You know, So that's why we don't talk politics, right? And there's always going to be people that don't like his personnel. Listen, I've been friends with the guy for 20 years. I don't agree with everything you said you're never gonna have a president where you agree with every policy and everything he does. You know, that's not True. Dana Lives Monopoly, aka Oversee high school lives. Walk over City high school. I agree with everything you say. You know what everybody could admit that six months ago, the world was a pretty good place. Listen, the world's never gonna be perfect or whatever, but being being a U. S citizen. Unemployment was at an all time low stock market was great. Everybody had jobs. Everybody was making money on the world was good, you know? And Amy came and then the panda. All right, Dana, we're we're Endo that knows already, But not this week. A man Saturday night it is going down paper view. Make sure you guys check it out, man. We're talking about the legacy and we're talking about the fight for for everything. When it comes to a meal she taken on DC So that's going to be a great one, bro. Always thank you for coming into the neighborhood and hanging out. Widows, man and we'll see you soon. All right. Thanks for having me brother. Go, Kanye, You'll stick around your radios Man, Big boy's neighborhood. Safe to say I did. And you get me nuts. I'm reading about on the news. Get bus. No, your mistake, you know, maybe pushed but enough.

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"six months ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"six months ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The radio station still has this back it's always it always your mailer to still work yeah I had a I was amazed they they each and every week they let us on the air and talk about real estate they're they're good people here Katie a are we really appreciate really appreciate you as our listeners it's is you guys that make all this possible and listen to a couple of W. zero radio and that Simon with their two cents twice a week thank you home at night that is going man we were on the radio dude I know I I tell my kids you know I I'm I'm a radio celebrity you need to do what I say and they're always like yeah we'll go pound sand all rapids now is like what's radio what it was that data you youtuber when you're a youtuber come talk to me because then I think that's cool yeah is it what Sirius XM Marianas like wells ninety two point three FM in there like I don't know I don't know how to do that well you didn't mention how how appreciative we are to work at your listeners and that is why we like to make available to each and every one of our key to our listeners a copy of our free book it is called your personal guide to buying a home it literally is your A. to Z. guide gonna explain the entire buying process when buying a home here in the great state of Arizona like to get a copy of our free book all you gotta do is text the word book two four one one ninety two three that's book two four one one ninety three each and every week we've been talking about how there's been little change to the real estate market the market is as strong as ever home prices are star are stable I really don't want to get into that as much as maybe a little bit of bad news for for some of our listeners a lot of opportunities have come and passed by a lot of people Ryan and because people have been waiting and I get it I understand that there does it it it you know there's been a lot of anxiousness it insofar as the real estate market and what's going on in covert nineteen but if you eat if you waited till now you've definitely missed some opportunities the good news is as we are committed as real estate wealth managers to helping you create personal wealth through the acquisition of real estate it's not too late but it really is time to begin that conversation and it is difficult to really get some numbers or to get any real data on why this is all it will why or what has really made this happen but we're still seen in two weeks in a row now a decline in inventory and and so as far as what cove it has done work I guess we're not gonna really know other than we are still seeing people out there that are wanting to create a legacy of wealth and I think that's important we talking kick things off with with a little bit of that so what we have seen as we have seen the rental market get stronger and stronger I never thought we would I I kept thinking six months ago three months ago to torture I don't know how the rental market to gain stronger well here we are I know we're seeing we're seeing even fewer days on market now don't even wrong there was a couple of weeks in there we started seeing a little bit of a lag time but then people still were moving here people still need a roof over their heads average days on market last week forty six days many credible mind blowing so if you have an asset or if you have a home that is going to produce for you we'd love to have that conversation about will produce for you and better question is will produce what it should be producing for you is that's part of the question that's part of the conversation that we want to have when we talk about our plan we call it we cannot mix and it is a step by step procedure that will either cater to the first time total novice investor or homeowner all the way up to the season investor that may own multiple apartment complexes everybody has a place in Rican omics and and it all it all hinges on do you see the big picture do you have the desire to use real estate as a vehicle in which to stepless legacy of wealth and provide that passive income that will allow you to one day retire in in that in that movie picture in that frame that you see yourself retiring and it does start the conversation to start by you texting the word wealth two four one one ninety two three that's wealth two four one one ninety two three would love the opportunity to share with you V. as soon our step by step process on how we help our cater listeners acquire personal wealth through real estate and I would love to have that conversation with you and and my promise to everything okay tear listener that does text the word well two four one one and ninety two three you're going to have a different type of conversation with us and you are going to have with any one else because we are not just here to help somebody buy and sell a home we're here to do is to help people look at their future to look at retirement how can they retire with real estate what could what are they gonna leave their kids behind that is the promise of how we start our conversations and we work ourselves backwards you know and through our program today to help our listeners by you know possibly six homes in the next ten years using about forty three thousand dollars I know it seems a lot almost impossible but it's a program called Reaganomics that we can that we have laid out and can show you step by step but at the end of the day we can go through the details all we want at the end of the day following the Rican omics plan could allow you to end up retiring with over two million dollars in liquidity when it comes down to real estate in an extra eight to ten thousand dollars a month who doesn't want an extra eight to ten thousand dollars of passive income coming in when it is time to retire and Ryan that is what we can omics can do for our listeners and again we keep we keep we love to explain it to you but it does start by you texting the word wealth two four one one ninety two three that's wealth two four one one ninety two three so I love that you're that you give the more of a thirty thousand foot view on it but just to clarify yeah that is just the beginning of it all right the the six homes in ten years the idea is that your cell one you live in one and then you have for others producing passive income Fauria and we have we have a step by step program on on how to teach about that like you said we would love to have that conversation give me more details but that is the introductory and yes you can do that it is not once we break it down for you and you see how the numbers work and you see how much money that is going out to your landlord or how much superfluous cash is going out to places that it does not need to go to you're going to see how easy it is to make this happen this isn't some pipe dream that's out there there's people on a very moderate income you know that see the big picture and are working hard and they're actually doing it case in point we've had some folks that have even been on the show as of late and they are in their early twenties about the first home bought their first home and for mixing the third of the first thing that they're thinking about is how my glory into position myself for the next assets and then we talk to okay dear listener this week set he owns seventeen homes and and nearly all of them are paid off off right he's gonna he's gonna pay that the PMR so it's a wide spectrum and so knowing that the there's a there's a listener out there who owns a seventeen homes he still wanting to buy more still wanted to acquire more this is retirement depending on what your ages you can start the process right now because he started with one home and Kate your listeners who don't even own a home right now can start with their first home and going back to our listener had who was seventeen he was running into roadblocks he was calling the people they didn't speak the language they didn't understand the processes and when he got a hold of us we were able to put him in touch with the right people and they're going to be able to position him to where he was able to do zero more acquisitions we're now in a place where he can buy seven more than and is not breaking the bank he's not doing anything outside of his comfort zone he's not paying a small fortune to a bank in order to in order to get those loans it is it is all right there you just need to be plugged into the right network with the right systems and riken omics does that and and if you are so they're going I don't know how that's possible it seems a little far fetched it's not far fetched because so many people do it in this country give us the chance to explain it to you let us show you how it works how it's working for us but it does start by you texting the word wealth two four one one ninety two three that's wealth two four one one and ninety two three also get you a copy of our free book your personal guide to buying a home in that book you're gonna learn the importance of what goes on during the inspection period how.

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"six months ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Six months ago I give it credit he's a member team from the ashes not a nice person one thousand twenty fourth Indian blood I have more than she does and I have no so he's going to matter and she's getting blowback she got blowback from Biden because he's elitist engine blow back from Jamie Dimon of judge JP Morgan chase and then Bill Gates yesterday wasn't who he said cut twenty two and I'm not sure how open minded she is even be willing to sit down with somebody you know who has large amounts of money because he's talking about jacking up tax rates the wealth tax yeah so key things about the wealth tax it's failed in Europe largely the countries that have tried it I think maybe I could doesn't eight nine ten a country that tried it abandoned it because it's too hard to administer you don't get a lot of money out of it and and she thanks somehow match which is gonna make it work in this country and then the rest of our tax increases it would really be the the largest scale tax increase in capital investment in American history that anyone has a proposed and there there are European countries Brian they have more extensive welfare states than we do by and large they pace with them for middle with middle class taxes because no matter what they tell you that's where most of the wealth of the country is it's in the middle and if you just try to do with billionaires has warned saying she will there's no way to make it work this is there there is you can go and confiscate all their money and it would pay for for a while but not over the long term plus you no longer have any billionaires they all flee the country which has been experiencing in Europe so this is a ridiculous program I think he's run a good primary campaign for her purposes but some of the shortcomings of are now being revealed and I really think that the big story in democratic politics is not not by no warning Sanders is B. put a judge who has a a really clear chance obviously now to win Iowa true chance why does he have a chance and is there more than Iowa in his future well I think Iowa New Hampshire are are really doable for him you know in theory we'll see the problem obviously this is a new insight is his lack of appeal to African Americans and is there anything you can do to change that would winning a change that a little bit but that would also you know that that would be a crimp in as his primary campaign it also be huge problem with you he if he didn't generate more excitement among African Americans in a general election because one of the reasons Hillary lost was the turnout was low among black voters and and crucial states like Michigan so I I find I find it was with words rise notable because of the push back from people that aren't in politics is a mention Wall Street and I I imagine anyone of the energy industry as it were insurance industry has to say of course I can't vote for I don't care from a Liberal Democrat she her goal is your least damages get rid of private insurance and to destroy fracking day one yeah so the thing that made us the most safe energy independence that allows us to walk away from some hot spots and we're bad people are in control she wants to get rid of a day once will vomit energy environment health care if I'm an insurance you know if adjuster I don't really want to go into the auto life business yeah so why would I ever vote for yeah well this is another thing because circle back to an impeachment people on the left now that there is there have this highly proper view of executive power and don't want any trampling on legislative priorities in Congress appropriate something has to be spent immediately can't be delayed for two months where were they when president Obama to unilaterally rewrote immigration law there was not a peep where are they now when Elizabeth Warren is saying he would unilaterally ban fracking obviously in contravention of the two thousand and five law he's he's running on a a a a legal in some respects and certainly constitutionally dubious program again there's not one piece from the other side on this was just goes to the the deep pockets C. involved in the current push so real quick great judge who do you write if I said to the I need you to put some money down on a candidate who's going to emerge with the nomination is that candidate in the race right now and if not who and if they is nobody from the outside who do you like I think that they could no one's gonna jump in I think Michelle Obama could jump in a clear the field as a fact of life we just quit to stamp the SEC few stampede to the nomination but she doesn't want to do that why why would she she's a celebrity is a very nice life I'm sure I guess Elizabeth Warren I think the has the highest odds of anyone but I don't think there's really a front runner in this race I still think it's pretty open and I think but a judge very possibly Italy's projects out to surprise second place finish nationally and it could be more than that if it breaks the right way for him all right how do we get your book anywhere Brian when it when that people are Bryant buying your book they should buy mine too they they're they're complementary they really go together like a peanut butter and chocolate it's called case for national and how they just powerful United and free get it on Amazon Barnes and noble dot com or any bookstore I hope the people check it out yeah especially with the holidays coming up tape thanks so much rage prop in the studio we're on the road but you still stuck with us we appreciate good luck thanks what brand all right rich by the way he's got this new book at the case for nationalism how it made us powerful United and free when we come back I'll take for your calls we're fresh off the patriot awards also is about to embark full bore into a book tour be in Tulsa on Friday doing the show lives you'll hear it not a difference of a great studio audience there see some questions for the great people of Oklahoma then go over to Barnes noble at noon Oklahoma City in the afternoon spend the night there they drive to Wichita falls Texas then over to Waco and then I'll be judge Jeanine Saturday nights can be a busy few days all for Sam Houston in the Alamo Avengers diving deep into today's top stories Brian Kilmeade.

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"six months ago" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Eighty nine degrees in fort worth the news brought to you by Texas center for proton therapy a Republican state legislator has one in eastern North Carolina congressional seat and will succeed the late GOP representative Walter Jones junior position Greg Murphy defeated Democrat Alan Thomas and two other candidates this evening in the third congressional district race Murphy is a state house member who survived a seventeen candidate Republican primary run up in April and also a July runoff currently on the house district nine seat McGrady and the bishop are virtually in a dead heat with a crazy at fifty point eight percent and bishop the Republican at forty eight point seven Southwest Airlines employees could be compensated as a result of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX aircraft groundings the planes were grounded Greenlee six months ago industry wide and that was following two deadly crashes overseas southwest is now in talks with Boeing to reach a settlement the airline CEO Gerry Kelly said this week in a company email that he intends to share the proceeds with employees aviation expert Danny Kelly says that may be a good move it's a good sign it Gerry Kelly is interested in keeping his employees happy. no date or figure has been set for a potential settlement as those planes remain on the ground. the anniversary tomorrow of nine eleven in New York City it'll be the eighteenth well in eighteenth anniversary will be marked at ground zero with for moments of silence to observe the times on each plane hit and each tower fair fell nearby St Paul's chapel traditionally host morning bell services followed by prayers for peace and the ringing of the bell of hope president trump will be attending a Pentagon event to honor that one hundred eighty four people killed when a hijacked jet crashed in the building and vice president Mike pence will speak in Shanksville Pennsylvania were flight ninety three crashed killing all forty four aboard mayors and police chiefs from across the country were in Washington discussing certain bills to prevent mass shootings fort worth mayor Betsy price an interim police chief ed Krause says they were talking about bills for universal background checks and to close loopholes on private sales of guns Texas is closing numbers on Wall Street the Dow five seventy four nasdaq down three and the S. and P. five hundred was up a point right now it's eighty nine in Plano the news is also been brought to you by zero rose from the W. B. A. P. news desk Mickey breaks your next update at eight thirty twenty four seven coverage is that W. B. A. P. dot com..

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"six months ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"From different areas of the hospital. We gathered equipment from other areas of the hospital to make sure we had several room set up in a row in order to receive the patients that we received. Yeah. The gunman died at the hospital. Police say right now. There's no motive the man's co workers that they never saw it coming. The city manager said he was a fine employees in good standing with the department top White House official says President Trump is dead serious about imposing tariffs on imports from Mexico. But there are no concrete benchmarks, being set to assess whether the US allies stemming the migrant flow enough to satisfy the administration chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney told Fox News Sunday, the Trump administration will make that assessment as absolutely deadly serious. In fact, I fully expect these, these tariff to go onto at least the five percent level on June tenth. The president is deadly serious about fixing the situation at the southern border. This is not the first time I'm on your program talking about what's happening on the Mexican border. We've been talking about it for months. Six months ago. We told everybody was an emergency situation. Very few people believed us in fact, talked with you about how the democrat. It's even refused to believe the facts, six months ago. So it's real. We had a group of a thousand people in different times. One group of thousand people walk across the border, just in the last couple of days, twenty five hundred people are coming over every single day as opposed to seven hundred two years ago. So the numbers are huge, the situation Israel, and the president is deadly serious about fixing the problem not Trump Republican ally, as Senator John Kennedy told CBS he thinks it damages current trade negotiations. He thinks President Trump will not follow through with those tariffs. It was a mistake. I'm not saying we don't have a crisis at the border with currently do. I'm not saying it won't work president Lopez Omer doors already indicated that he's women to talk. But I worried about the long term ramifications we have a deal with Mexico on trade. Call nafta. In fact, we just shook hands on the new deal. It's called NAFTA to when you give you word you stick to it, and I really worry about us negotiating trade deals with other countries, and whether those countries will wonder, well, if we, if we make concessions and trade hard and we reach deal with America stick to it. Now, having said all that I don't think the president's going to impose these tariffs. My experience with president is he's a very smart man. I wouldn't call him risk-averse these been known to play with fire but not live hand grenades. And if if, if he slept twenty five percent tariff on Mexico. It's tank the. American economy. And I think the president knows that and I don't think he'll do it top officials from the two countries. We'll start meetings in Washington. The Mexican economy minister plans to talk with commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and then a couple of days later, there will be delegations, led by secretary of state. Mike Pompeo and a Mexico's foreign relations secretary those two will meet don't forget you can take us with you, wherever you go by downloading the talk streamline free mobile app, you can always reach out to me on Twitter, or Facebook, I met matinee talk use the hashtag AFN still to come this morning on America's First News. President Trump is in Europe this morning, we will bring you the very latest. Chris verse af and market analysts Christopher will. Join us to discuss those threatened tariffs on Mexico political commentator. See Edmund, right? Joining me as a democratic hopefuls head to California Rhonda Martin joining me to discuss the psychology of the Virginia Beach shooting on Friday. Okay. We'll take an in depth look at the shooter. And of course, a preview of Apple's worldwide developer conference, all of that, and more on the way right now a word from our sponsors. When you.

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"six months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Died in a tragic car accident six months ago. Sorry, hit that. And I just wanted to know if you have any kind of thing that you. Good. Tell me about him. So I am seeing something that he likes to wear black sometimes like I'm saying him wearing a black shirt, and he, he was all about Colorado. Now has a cabin in the mountains. Still his wife is that the hind. Interesting him had problems. But. Really saying is a medium day. We have connections that go on. From this neural there, too. Where are you now? I don't think it's so good. I don't think it's so good. You just have that feeling Ed. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. You know what he's trying to say Tricia, I feel, I don't feel that this is just me what I'm picking up. I don't feel that he is in hell. But I do feel this he's looking at you right now. And there's this kind of sense of limbo. You know, I saw him in black because there's a sense of mornings. So maybe he's looking at the this life, AB hasn't moved on yet. There is some people have a very extended life review, and it goes on for a long time, because they are looking at every little decision that they have made an in our time, you know that, that might seem like a long time, but he's reviewing a lot of that, and there is. The way I see things is in energy in cords, and you describe it in a way that makes sense. Yes, things go on for a long period of time, and it's hard to describe. But what I'm seeing is. He hasn't cut the cords between himself and you and a lot of other people. So I see several courts, do they not want to cut the cord because of themselves or because of the living person. It could be a combination of both, you know, the person could be long for them. But in his case, I really do see this looking on. And, and I do believe that there's a lot of comfort. So I don't feel that he's in this place of, of hell, you know, that that's not what I'm getting. But it's a very Harnett place of. Well, what did I do? Hear what, what did I do? Right. What did you wrong as if really extended life review Tricia, where can people watch this special outline near death experience? Summit. They can go to the university of heaven dot com, and.

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"six months ago" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Know, I saw the story the other day. Did you ever noticed that you know, sometimes I wonder what would happen if Julius random thoughts? He looks like that puppet. I dunno. I he said she can't plant. It's just random. That's all it is. All right here. We are people. Here's some random randomness tomorrow is for twenty which is a celebration for people who like to engage with with the Gandara lift is offering keep rides to stone. Passengers tomorrow that's to suffer any we far we've gone, but it's only eight cities it's not here. Partisan legal here. That's right. So it's in Boston San Francisco, Colorado Vegas Seattle, Detroit outta one Toronto. So if you're there by any chance flying there get to the airport early and enjoy yourself before you twenty six that's a great. I think so I think it's really a good idea. Other things that are happening. You know, the iconic last Vegas chapel where you can get married by EVA's Presley, and it's got the drive through now. And it's just expanding. It's for sale. It's got the little white chapel on the micro for twelve million dollars at the end of the strip is you're going to downtown brilliant. Yeah. It is. And it's a lot of Frank Sinatra married, Mia Farrow there, Bruce Willis and anymore. Got Mary Bertie retiring. Well, this woman who was on it. Her name is Charlotte Richards. She's owned it for the past sixty eight years. He's ready to retire when she bought it. She bought it for fifty thousand dollars in nineteen fifty one in my gosh, she when she wanted. It consisted of as a single room that also function is a bedroom living room and kitchen, and then she started enough a flower. Shop gazebo onsite county, tuxedo rentals music and entertainment available via Ellison personnel. There's even a drive through chapel. The first of its kind called the tunnel of love it. She's officiated nearly a million ceremonies taking place there. Over the years. It's been on everything brace on her. Somebody needs to story on her. Here's a big thing. So it's for several twelve million dollars. If someone wants to get into new business, but here's the deal. I read this maybe six months ago. So many less people are getting married than they used to weddings are down. So big time in Vegas just aren't getting married like they used to. So you know, you have to Vegas. I mean member Kelly Ripa markets willows got married there. But anyway. The news ever gotten married in Vegas. I'm trying to think one of my sisters got married in Reno. Okay. Close close. But I mean, do you guys know anyone I love seeing Brian? I love sina Brian to cease. See somebody at the Bellagio or wherever you seem. But I've never been invited to a Vegas wedding. Either of I no, no, I don't know anyone. So there's still time to invite us. There is please this is an old story. But we haven't gotten to it yet. If you are worried about global warming who isn't right? Well, Florida's gonna be underwater other places, you know, what they say about everything, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah here an article about the climate poof, global warming city is Duluth Minnesota heard this which sits at the western end of lake superior. Also as a freshwater. That's that's the thing for water. Yep. The fresh water access. Yep. It's lake superior is. So vol, you miss Valentas? Thank you that. If poured out it would submerge north and South America under a foot of. How is that? That's that.

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"six months ago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Not far from the runway right now, five miles miles cornfield in and Mason city Iowa. And when investigators arrived, they found buddy, Holly and Ritchie Valens were. Maybe fifteen feet ten feet from the airplane mangled, no doubt terribly mangled. In fact, I talked to had to play just about six months ago. I got a phone call from the priest who is called to decide cheese and. He had a conversation with him. And he just said that it was something he wished he wouldn't have seen. Just awful stuck stuck in his head all these years. But in in the big Bopper was forty feet out in front of us inside had been had been, but they couldn't find the pilot. And they were searching scouring the field with everywhere for the pilot. And it wasn't until almost noon. They realized he was rolled up in that ball of aluminum also all scrunched up. Well, no wonder these conspiracy theories are popping up all. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, they were. I mean, they were teen idols at time. And and and there had never been anything in our memory, quite like, rock and roll way. It hit captivated in the season imagination of the young. It's time, and they just it was such a. Shocking. Definitely was. He just he just couldn't be accepted. So the mind goes to work. I mean, I mean there are some real strange issues that are unexplainable involving this crash and the death and their lives and so on so far. But the crash was. It. It's it's a very classic. In fact, if you wanna go if you want to look at the NTSB analysis of John Kennedy, jR crash. It's almost. Textbook. Exactly the same way pilot without proper training that kind of thing. Yeah. It was they lost losses. The evening losses rising vertigo set in when you're in a single engine plane. It has a naturally tendencies natural tendency to to roll tide right because the engine is spending. This incredible torque, and if you don't have the plane trimmed correctly, if you're not visually in control, you will not feel it slowly start turning. Well, once it starts turning to the right. It will start in a in a. The dial right goes into some kind of dive he goes into a spiral and it'll start diving. Well, the the the net you're you don't realize you're up on its side and the national Tennessee for any pilot is if they think they're gonna crash they pull back. Well, if you're on your side, all that does is titan titan the spiral, and what we know from the instruments were locked in at the moment of impact where they were. They were going on hundred and seventy miles per hour. When he hit the ground. They were dropping at about three thousand feet her minute. Which isn't they isn't they straight down crash. I mean, they were spiraling around the plane hit on the right wing and started spinning and cartwheeling which is what created that ball of aluminum when it finally came to rest against the fence the day, the music died, we're gonna come back in a moment. Gary and talk more about the cases, the various cases, and we'll take phone calls with you next hour. Gary w Moore with us. His websites are linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. His latest book is called, hey, buddy. In pursuit of buddy. Holly, I knew buddy, John and my lost decade of music. It's an amazing story, and we'll be back.

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"six months ago" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Where were you six months ago, where were you twelve months ago where were you twenty four months ago when all of this rhetoric this entire show would have been incredibly effective in terms of moving conservatives and Republicans do the phone lines to Twitter to you. You know, emailing their representatives Donald Trump did this is this is never gonna work because at this point Democrats control the purse strings in. So the timing of this to me is really really interesting that they waited until the first week in January when the Democrats took control the house in order for the first time in his presidency to actually do the things that we know would have been affected threatening the veto shutting down the government rallying the conservative base. All of it is really for nothing because the Democrats are not gonna cave unless there's Massey amnesty were not gonna see any sort of solution. I think to this problem, should what do you think the percentages Democrats would allocate one dollar to the building of a wall? I think if if the amnesty deal we're good enough that they would do it in a second. They would justify that to their constituents. I would do. Okay. Because I promise you. It's one hundred percent higher than it was when the Republicans were in charge now, listen, I don't think there is. Sophisticated enough to come to my conclusion, I agree that most likely your entry level cynicism of this is all political opportunism. And why didn't Rush Limbaugh at all speak up to pressure Republicans when they were in power to do something. I agree that that's that is exactly what's happening. I agree..

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"six months ago" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on KOMO

"Compared to six months ago for many the options are better than the alternative. Otherwise, people get on the road and everybody is on the road at the same time. You'll ask away by closes forever. Tomorrow night at ten and of course, komo's traffic network will be here throughout the three week. Ordeal. With traffic updates every ten minutes on the fours says two thousand fourteen the Genesis prize is honored outstanding Jewish leaders from various fields, the Genesis foundation jointly run by philanthropists said the Israeli Prime minister's office that stirred controversy last year when the winner at this actress Natalie Portman pulled out of the Jerusalem ceremony in protest over. Benjamin Netanyahu's policies this year, don't expect any drama as the winner is a strong Netanyahu supporter. New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been awarded the Genesis prize at the so-called Jewish Nobel. The seventy seven year olds generous philanthropy was praised by the Genesis prize. Chairman, STAN polevault who said it reflects the Jewish value of trying to improve the world craft has donated more than five hundred million dollars to healthcare education, and Jewish causes. He says he'll give the one million dollar prize money to initiatives that combat anti-semitism and other forms of prejudice. Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem about fifty rescued migrants. Finally, make it to land after they are blocked by Italy and Malta, but as Megan Williams reports Italy's promised to take in some is facing fierce opposition. Cries of joy erupt among the rescued people aboard the C watch ship. Stuck at sea since the rescue on December twenty second after refusing to allow see watching another rescue ship dock Malta announced a deal with eight other EU countries, which will take in the recently rescued people and some two hundred others now in Malta Italy's, prime minister has agreed to welcome ten people with the Protestant church here pledging to take responsibility for them. But far, right interior minister Mateo Savini has declared. He will not authorize them to come to Italy. Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome. If you're traumatic brain injury.

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"six months ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"She has a full three b six months ago. My wife's employer basically doesn't their money that they contributed managing our money. But anyway, they had to give it to her to the employers employees, and they had to do something with their money. We didn't know what to do with the money. I mean, we didn't want to cash it out and get penalized. So we took it to a financial adviser. And yesterday, I was listening to your program. And you said something about not having the money in the stock market it. I. Short term in investments. And that's where a lot of it is. I was wondering maybe you can guide me on that a little bit. Why why why would you consider it a short term investment? Well, she's going to retire in a year. And you know, I don't know we're we're not planning on using the money. Just wanna make sure that we have it in the right place. It was part of her retirement plan, and they just issued it to her right? Yes. So it's still in the retirement plan and mutual funds. Well, it's in a few different things. We haven't Edward Jones. And they have it spread out in a couple of different areas. In part of it is in the stock market in yesterday. I thought I heard you say that you shouldn't have it in there if you were close to retirement, not in Cyclo retirement, I said if you're gonna use it in three year in five years or less. You're not gonna use this. You're gonna roll this to an IRA when she retires, and it's gonna be invested long term. So you're fine to be in good mutual funds. As a matter of fact, that's where all of this retirement should be IRA in good mutual funds inside her account. And so Edward Jones is managed. I'm sorry. I do not understand they gave her a bonus. And you talked to Edward article retirement. But I guess, and I think it had something to do with her employer is a nonprofit organization, so. Somehow all the employees got what they contributed contributed. My wife's been there for forty years. And so they basically had to take their money in do something with it. So I'm assuming you guys role that to an IRA probably then at Edward Jones. That's what it sounds like happened already. Well, no, more autumn. It is an IRA. I mean, I'm looking at the thing now, and it looks like mutual. Is in exchange trade close? Okay. Here's the thing. All of those are investments an IRA is how an investment is treated. If you can have a mutual fund inside an IRA are not inside an IRA. You can have an exchange traded fund inside an IRA are not inside an IRA. And so if they gave her this inside of a retirement account if they were Jones guys is doing his job. He didn't take it out of that he rolled it inside of from inside one retirement account to inside on another retirement account that way you didn't have taxes on it. So it would be we haven't had tax on it. So it will probably be in an IRA with them. So what you need to sit down with your ever Jones guy and understand what's going on. And if he can't teach you and you understand what's going on. Then you need to move it to somebody that has the heart of a teacher, and you can work with them. And they'll help you understand it, you always wanna investment person where you know, what's going on. And right now, you don't so. But if you're in a good IRA in good, growth, stock mutual funds. Just because you're coming up to retirement doesn't mean you. You're gonna catch all that out. No, you're in the perfect place. She would not move that assuming it's a mutual fund. That's a good one and assuming it's inside of an IRA. And I think that's what we're figuring out here. All right. Tommy is with us in Dallas. Tommy, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Dave. Thank you for having me. Sure. What's up? I have a life insurance question for you. Also quickly run down my situation. And have you tell me how I'm looking if I'm on the right track? How much do you make a year? I personally make eighty cave and my wife makes you make up one thirty. Okay. How many kids you have? What ages? My son is four daughters to do you have a net worth over two million dollars. No, sir. Okay. Then you need about ten times on you. On twenty year level term twelve times on you and the same on your wife. So your wife needs five hundred to six hundred and you need eight hundred million on you in twenty year level term. Here's our unique situation. My wife is essentially uninsurable at the moment with a couple of medical issues. We have a little bit of insurance at her employer about twenty K worse. Mayan. I didn't know if I needed to go above the ten to twelve times my salary in that case, it doesn't help. Well, I guess you could a case both of you were in an accident together. Right. That might offset some of that. That's not a bad thought. I wouldn't go too crazy on that. What is the nature of her health issue? It's it's I don't know how it is. Some some high blood pressure issues. Eventually he's been diagnosed with depression. And we've gone through Andrews gone through a few other. Including work, and we had a hard time getting anything. Agreed. Do you have a mortgage? Yes, sir. Okay. It's we owe about two hundred and seven on that. Yeah. I might buy mortgage life insurance on her. It's expensive. It's about five times what normal term is. But it would at least pay off the mortgage, and it is in most of those are guaranteed issue, regardless if they don't do a medical, and that's one that's why they're five times more, but you can pick up a couple of hundred thousand that way, carry a little extra on you. And then let's just get out of debt and build our wealth as fast as we can. And hopefully, we can get past her medically. She can get some distance between her and both of those things that make her insurable five years down the road or something. But you're right. I think I think you've found correct information from my knowledge of it. She's probably not insurable today with the double with a double hit of the two things you mentioned, so. Yeah. I would pick pick up a mortgage life on her off your mortgage if something happened to her, and then I would add a little onto yours. And so we're gonna put you two million to a million to it's not that expensive. How old are you? I actually turned thirty yesterday. Okay. And you've priced it out. I assume since you've been doing all this, right? So yeah, I and I based on your advice. I think I'm a little bit high actually just signed a twenty year term policies for one point five. That's okay. I also I also signed a thirty year two hundred fifty K policy thirty year to fifty. Yeah. Why? Hi, yeah. Yeah. I probably I probably wouldn't have done that thirty. You're probably over insuring yourself here. What you pay for that one and a half. You can always dropping would you pay for that one and a half at thirty? I'm paying right around sixty sixty five a month. And you got that from Zander. I actually got it through my auto and home insurance. I got a little bit of a discount grouping them together. Oh, okay. Cool. All right. And it's a it's a twenty year level term. Yes, sir. Okay. Good deal. Yeah. I think you got too much extra thirty year policies, you're overdoing it hurts situation as you said may or may not be temporary in terms of her insurability. But for sure you guys are going to be getting in better financial condition over time, and the more the more money you have in the less debt..

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"six months ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:59 min | 3 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I wipe is gonna retire December this year, she has a full three b six months ago. My wife's employer basically doesn't their money that they contributed was managing our money. But anyway, they had to give it to her to the employers to employees, and they had to do with their money. So we didn't know what to do with the money. I mean, we didn't want to cash it out and get penalized. So we took it to a financial adviser and yesterday, I was listening to your program. And you said something about not having the money in the stock market if I sort short-term investments. And that's where a lot of it is. I was wondering maybe you can guide me on that a little bit. Why why why would you consider it a short term investment? Well, she's going to be tire in a year in, you know, I I don't know. We're not planning on using the money. Just wanna make sure that we have it in the right place. It was part of a retirement plan, and they just issued it to her right? Yes. So it's still in the retirement plan in mutual funds. Well, it's in a few different things Edward Jones. And they have it spread out in a couple of different areas. In part of it is in the stock market in yesterday. I thought I heard you say that you shouldn't have it in there. If you were close to retirement, not inside close to retirement, I said if you're gonna use it in three year in five years or less. You're not gonna use this. You're gonna roll this to an IRA when she retires, and it's gonna be invested long term. So you're fine to be in good mutual funds. As a matter of fact, that's where all of this retirement should be IRA in good mutual funds inside her account. And so Edward Jones has managed. I'm sorry. I do not understand they gave her a bonus. And you talked to Edward Jones retirement. But I guess, and I think it has something to do with her employer is a nonprofit organization, so somehow all the employees got what they contributed contributed. My wife's been there for forty years. And so they basically had to take their money in do something with it. So I'm assuming you guys rolled that to an IRA probably then at Edward Jones. That's what it sounds like happened already. Well, no more. Part of it is an IRA. I mean, I'm looking at the thing now, and it looks like part of it. Mutual own. Stocks. Is in exchange trade close? Here's the thing. All of those are investments an IRA is how an investment is treated. If you can have a mutual fund inside an IRA are not inside an IRA. You can have an exchange traded fund inside an IRA are not inside an IRA. And so if they gave her this inside of a retirement accounts, if they Edward Jones Gaza's doing his job. He didn't take it out of that he rolled it inside of from inside one retirement account to inside of another retirement account that way you didn't have taxes on it. So it would be taxing on it. So it will probably be in an IRA with them. So what you need to sit down with your ever Jones guy and understand what's going on. And if he can't teach you and you understand what's going on. Then you need to move it to somebody that has the heart of a teacher, and you can work with them. And they'll help you understand it you always want to an investment person where you know, what's going on. And right now, you don't so. But if you're in a good IRA in good, growth, stock mutual funds. Just because you're coming up to retirement doesn't mean. You're gonna cash all that out. No, you're in the perfect place. She would not move that assuming it's a mutual fund. That's a good one and assuming it's inside of an IRA. And I think that's what we're figuring out here. All right. Tommy is with us in Dallas. Hey, Tommy, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Dave. Thank you for having me. Sure. What's up? I have a life insurance question for you. Also put a quickly run down my situation. Have you tell me how I'm looking if I'm on the right track? How much do you make a year? I personally make Aiden k then my wife makes fifty make up one thirty. Okay. How many kids do you have to what ages? My son is four my daughters to do you have a net worth over two million dollars. No, sir. Okay. Then you need about ten times on you. On twenty year level term twelve times on you and the same on your wife. So your wife needs five hundred to six hundred and you need eight hundred million on you in twenty year level term. Here's our unique situation. My wife is essentially uninsurable at the moment with a couple of medical issues. We have a little bit of insurance at her employer about twenty K worse. Mayan. I didn't know if I needed to go above the ten to twelve times my salary in that case, it doesn't help. Well, I guess he could've case both of you were in an accident together. Right. That might offset some of that. That's not a bad thought. I wouldn't go too crazy on that. What is the nature of our health issue? It's it's I don't know how it is. Some some high blood pressure issues. Eventually he's been diagnosed with depression, and you've gone through Zander has gone through your organizations, including work, and we had a hard time getting anything agreed B of a mortgage. Yes, sir. Okay. It's we owe about two hundred and seven on that. Yeah. I might buy mortgage life insurance on her. It's expensive. It's about five times what normal term is. But it would lease pay off the mortgage, and it is in most of those are guaranteed issue, regardless of they don't do a medical, and that's one that's why there's five times more, but you can pick up a couple of hundred thousand that way, carry a little extra on you. And then let's just get out of debt and build our wealth as fast as we can. And hopefully, we can get past her medically. She can get some distance between her and both of those things that make her insurable five years down the road or something. But you're right. I think I think you've found correct information from my knowledge of it. She's probably not insurable today with the double with a double hit of the two things you mentioned, so. That would pick up probably pick up a mortgage life on her way off your mortgage, if something happened to her, and then I would add a little onto yours. And so we're gonna put you two million two million to it's not that expensive. How old are you? I actually turned thirty yesterday. Okay. And you've priced it out. I assume since you've been doing all this, right? So. Yeah. And I based on your advice. I think I'm a little bit high. I actually just signed a twenty year term policies for one point five. That's okay. And I also signed a thirty year two hundred fifty K policy a thirty year to fifty. Yeah. Why? Hi, yeah. Yeah. I probably would have to I'll probably wouldn't have done that thirty. You're probably over insuring yourself here. What you pay for that one and a half. Yeah. Would you pay for that one and a half at thirty? I'm paying right around sixty. I think sixty five a month, and you got that from Zander. I actually got it through my auto and home insurance. I got a little bit of a discount grouping them together. Oh, okay. Cool. All right. And it's a it's a twenty year level term. Yes, sir. Okay. Good deal. Yeah. I think you've got too much that extra thirty year policies. You're overdoing it hurts situation as you said may or may not be temporary in terms of her insurability. But for sure you guys are going to be getting in better financial condition over time, and the more the more money you have in the less debt..

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"six months ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"six months ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

"She has a full three b six months ago. My wife's employer basically doesn't their money that they contributed managing our money. But anyway, they had to give it to her to the employer to the employee and they had to do something with their money. So we didn't know what to do with the money. I mean, we didn't want to cash it out and get penalized. So we get to a financial adviser and yesterday, I was listening to your program, and you said something about not having money in the stock market it. I. Short term investments. And that's where a lot of it is. I was wondering if maybe you can guide me on that a little bit. Why why why would you consider it a short term investment? Well, she's going to retire in a year in, you know, I don't know we're not planning on using the money. Just wanna make sure that we have it in the right place. It it was part of a retirement plan, and they just issued it to her right? Yes. And so it's still in the retirement plan in mutual funds. Well, it's in a few different things. Edward jones. And they have it spread out in a couple of different areas. In part of it is in the stock market in yesterday. I thought I heard you say that you shouldn't have it in there. If you were close to retirement, not in close to retirement, I said if you're gonna use it in three year in five years or less than you're you're not gonna use this. You're gonna roll this to an IRA when she retires, and it's going to be invested long term. So you're fine to be in good mutual funds. As a matter of fact, that's where all of this retirement should be IRA in good mutual funds inside alert account. And so Edward Jones is manage. I'm sorry. I do not understand they gave her a bonus. And you talked to Edward Jones retirement. But I guess, and I think it has something to do with her employer is a nonprofit organization, so. How all the employees got what they contributed the employer contributed. My wife's been there for forty years. And so they basically had to take their money and do something with it. So I'm assuming you guys role that to an IRA probably then at Edward Jones. That's what it sounds like happened already. No more part of it is an IRA. I mean, I'm looking at the thing now, and it looks like mutual own. Stocks. Who is in exchange trade close? Okay. Here's the thing. All of those are investments an IRA is how an investment is treated. If you can have a mutual fund inside an IRA are not inside an IRA. You can have an exchange traded fund inside an IRA are not inside an IRA. And so if they gave her this inside of a retirement accounts, if they Edward Jones guys doing his job. He didn't take it out of that he rolled it inside of from inside one retirement account to inside another retirement account that way you didn't have taxes on it. So it would be. We haven't had tax on it. So it will probably be in an IRA with them. So what you need to sit down your ever Jones guy and understand what's going on. And if he can't teach you and you understand what's going on. Then you need to move it to somebody that has the heart of a teacher, and you can work with them. And they'll help you understand it, you always want an investment person where you know, what's going on. And right now, you don't so. But if you're in a good IRA in good, growth, stock mutual funds. Just because you're coming up to retirement doesn't mean you're going to cash all that out. No, you're in the perfect place. She would not move that assuming it's a mutual fund. That's a good one and assuming it's inside of an IRA. And I think that's what we're figuring out here. All right. Tommy is with us in Dallas. Tommy, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Dave. Thank you for having me. Sure. What's up? I have a life insurance question for you. Also quickly run down my situation. And have you tell me how I'm looking if I'm on the right track? How much do you make a year? I personally make Aiden cave and my wife makes fifty make up one thirty. Okay. How many kids you have to what ages? My son is four my daughter's to okay. Do you have a net worth over two million dollars? No, sir. Okay. Then you need about ten times on you. On twenty year level term twelve times on you and the same on your wife. So your wife needs five hundred to six hundred and you need eight hundred million on you in twenty year level term. Here's our unique situation. My wife is essentially uninsurable at the moment. A couple of medical issues. We have a little bit of insurance at her employer about twenty K worse. I didn't know if I needed to go above the ten to twelve times my salary in that case, it doesn't help. Well, I guess could a case both of you were in an accident together. Right. That might offset some of that. That's not a bad thought. I wouldn't go too crazy on that. What is the nature of her health issue? It's it's I don't know how it is some some high blood pressure issues, and then she's been diagnosed with depression. In you've gone through the Andrews gone through a few other working. Organizations including work, and we had a hard time. Getting agreed. Do you have a mortgage? Yes, sir. Okay. It's we owe about two hundred and seven on that. Yeah. I might buy mortgage life insurance on her. It's expensive. It's about five times what normal term is. But it would lease pay off the mortgage, and it is in most of those are guaranteed issue, regardless if they don't do a medical, and that's one that's why they're five times more, but you can pick up a couple of hundred thousand that way, carry a little extra on you. And then let's just get out of debt and build our wealth as fast as we can. And hopefully, we can get past her medically. She can get some distance between her in both of those things that make her insurable five years down the road or something. But you're right. I think I think you've found correct information from my knowledge of it. She's probably not insurable today with the double with a double hit of the two things you mentioned, so. Yeah. That would probably pick up a mortgage life on her way off your mortgage, if something happened to her, and then I would add a little onto yours. And so we're gonna put you two million two million to it's not that expensive. How old are you? I actually turned thirty yesterday. Okay. And you've priced it out. I assume since you've been doing all this, right? So yeah, I and I based on your advice. I think I'm a little bit high. I actually just signed a twenty year term policies for one point five. That's okay. And I also signed a thirty year two hundred fifty K policy thirty year to fifty. Yeah. Why? Hi, yeah. Yeah. I probably would I probably wouldn't have done that thirty. You're probably over insuring yourself here. What you pay for that one and a half can always drop it. Yeah. What'd you pay for that one and a half thirty? I'm paying right around sixty. I think sixty five a month, and you got that from Zander. I actually got it through my auto and home insurance. I got a little bit of a discount grouping them together. Oh, okay. Cool. All right. And it's a it's a twenty year level term. Yes, sir. Okay. Good deal. Yeah. I think you've got too much that extra thirty year policies. You're overdoing it hurts situation as you said may or may not be temporary in terms of her insurability. But for sure you guys are going to be getting in better financial condition over time, and the more the more money you have in the less debt..

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