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Ohio governor signs new congressional district map into law

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Ohio governor signs new congressional district map into law

"Republican Ohio governor Mike DeWine signed into law a new map of congressional districts that will be in effect for the next four years the wind said in a statement the Senate legislation he signed makes the most progress to produce a fair compact and competitive map the measure cleared the state legislature along party lines after breakneck sprint through both chambers this week under this year's U. S. census results Ohio lost one seat in Congress starting next year the new law creates at most three safe democratic districts out of fifteen U. S. house seats in a state where voters are split roughly fifty four percent Republican and forty six percent democratic the counties that are home to Cleveland and Cincinnati were divided three ways each one district that includes the western Cleveland suburbs now stretches to the Indiana border three hours away the Princeton gerrymandering project gave the map an F. grade Jan Miller with the league of women voters in Ohio said leaders had trampled the state's constitution rather than purely represent a highlands I'm Jennifer king

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Consumer prices jumped in October, but one indicator says inflation might be peaking

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Consumer prices jumped in October, but one indicator says inflation might be peaking

"Inflation continues to ramp up I'm Ben Thomas with the latest numbers the labor department reports prices at the consumer level jumped nine tenths of a percent from September to October and when compared to October of last year consumer prices were up six point two percent the highest inflation rate since nineteen ninety surging costs for food gas and housing let the rice excluding the volatile food and energy categories so called core prices are now up four point six percent compared with the year ago job gains and pay raises have been relatively healthy during the pandemic recovery but surveys have shown inflation is eating away at some of those pay gains and diminishing Americans confidence in the economy Ben

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Frey wins 2nd term as Minneapolis mayor after bitter race

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Frey wins 2nd term as Minneapolis mayor after bitter race

"Minneapolis voters have reelected mayor Jacob fry after a bitter race that focused on calls for changes to policing and racial justice seventeen candidates ran for mayor in Minneapolis including many who took issue with the way incumbent Democrat Jacob fry handle changes to the police department since one of its officers killed George Floyd last year election night results but fry with about forty three percent of the overall vote and he collected enough additional votes as voters a second or third choice under the ranked choice system for election officials to announce him the winner the mayor positioned himself as an opponent of an amendment to replace the police department with a new public safety unit voters defeated that proposal with about fifty six percent opposed analysts say the passage of a separate amendment strengthening the mers powers means failure to reform policing will fall squarely on fried shoulders next election cycle I'm Jennifer king

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Consumer Spending Grew More Slowly in September

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Consumer Spending Grew More Slowly in September

"American slowed their spending last month coupled with high inflation it's a warning sign for an economy still suffering in the pandemic consumer spending rose just zero point six percent last month from July to September it's slow doing the annual growth rate of one point six percent after surging twelve percent the previous three months at the same time prices keep rising sharply a key inflation barometer jumped four point four percent last month from a year earlier personal

 Biden, Dems get low marks on spending talks: AP-NORC poll

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00:33 sec | Last month

Biden, Dems get low marks on spending talks: AP-NORC poll

"President Biden and the Democrats get low marks for their handling of the spending bill negotiations a poll by the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows thirty six percent of Americans say they approve of Biden's handling of the talks forty one percent disapproved and twenty three percent say they neither approve nor disapprove but the poll also shows just eighteen percent approve of how Republicans are handling negotiations while forty nine percent disapprove Americans

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US economy slowed to a 2% rate last quarter in face of COVID

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

US economy slowed to a 2% rate last quarter in face of COVID

"Rising coated nineteen cases and supply shortages led to an economic slowdown last quarter it was the weakest quarterly growth since the pandemic recession started last year the economy slowed to a two percent annual rate between July and September after six plus percent rates the previous two quarters but with virus cases now dropping and more Americans venturing out many economists predict a return to six percent growth or even better this quarter meantime jobless benefit claims fell to a pandemic low last week Sager made Connie Washington

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Report: At least 59,000 meat workers caught COVID, 269 died

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00:56 sec | Last month

Report: At least 59,000 meat workers caught COVID, 269 died

"A congressional report finds many more meatpacking workers caught coded nineteen and died than previously thought with workers standing shoulder to shoulder the meatpacking industry was one of the early epicenters of the corona virus pandemic house subcommittee looked at internal documents from five of the biggest meat packing companies that control the majority of the U. S. beef and pork market the report found that fifty nine thousand meatpacking workers became ill and two hundred and sixty nine workers died that's three times higher than the number reported by the United food and commercial workers union the report finds companies were slow to take protective steps distribute masks install barriers concluding that meat packing companies prioritize profits and production over worker safety several companies including cargo in JBS release statement saying they had worked aggressively to be federal health and safety standards Tyson which is the only major company in the industry to require vaccinations says their mandate has led to more than ninety six percent of its workers being vaccinated head of the company's November first deadline Jennifer king Washington

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China to start vaccinating children to age 3 as cases spread - Associated Press

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

China to start vaccinating children to age 3 as cases spread - Associated Press

"Children as young as three will start receiving care with nineteen vaccines in China local governments in that knee spine provinces have announced that children aged between three to eleven years old will be required to get that vaccinations China is taking a tough stance without breaks and so far has vaccinated seventy six percent of its population the tourist province of Gansu shut down all of its tourist sites off to finding you Kevin nineteen cases China has so far successfully managed to stamp out cases of local infections three vaccinations and by imposing lot sounds quarantines and compulsory testing I'm

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More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants

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00:45 sec | Last month

More than 10,000 John Deere workers go on strike at 14 U.S. plants

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting deer and company workers go on strike after rejecting a contract offer more than ten thousand workers at fourteen Deere and company plants in five states what on strike Thursday in the first major walk out of the company in more than thirty years members of the United auto workers rejected an offer from deer earlier in the week of five percent raises for some workers and six percent raises for others rejected offer would have paid top scale their production workers just over thirty dollars per hour rising to thirty one dollars eighty four cents after five years the agricultural machinery giant known for its green tractors enjoyed a pandemic Boone gear is expected to report record profits of between five point seven billion dollars and five point nine billion dollars this year hi

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US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

"You're paying more for things you buy and services to you've probably noticed higher prices for food furniture cars trucks energy and other things to Americans keep buying things but the pandemic has snarled supply chains and demand is outstripping supply so get ready for a record shattering number the jump in inflation at the wholesale level this year eight point six percent over twelve months that's the biggest jump since they started calculating the twelve month change in twenty ten one expert says the broken supply chains could keep prices of items and inflation hi longer than expected I'm Rita folate

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 Winter heating bills set to jump as inflation hits home

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00:38 sec | Last month

Winter heating bills set to jump as inflation hits home

"Get ready to pay higher bills for heating this winter pandemic shut downs and supply bottlenecks have led to higher prices putting inflation up five point four percent from where it was a year ago and one price surge this especially worrisome is for heating oil and natural gas the U. S. energy information administration says it expects households to see their heating bills jump as much as fifty four percent compared to last winter the government says the price of heating oil could jump forty three percent natural gas an average of thirty percent and a more modest increase of six percent for electricity the explanation is a surge in prices for energy commodities after they dropped to multi year lows in twenty twenty demand

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EXPLAINER: takeaways from the September jobs report

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00:54 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: takeaways from the September jobs report

"The government September jobs report shows the unemployment rate tumbled to four point eight percent but the reasons are a mix of good and not so good the number of people reporting they were employed jumped five hundred and twenty six thousand last month well those jobless fell by seven hundred and ten thousand however one hundred and eighty three thousand people stopped looking for work and therefore no longer count among the jobless the share of Americans who either have a job or are looking for one the labor force participation rate slipped to sixty one point six percent in September before the pandemic it exceeded sixty three percent with demand for workers searching economists are a bit puzzled why so many have chosen to stay on the sidelines perhaps fear of becoming infected in public facing jobs struggles with child care some may be rethinking their careers or it simply chosen early retirement Ben Thomas Washington

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Explains How Two Democratic Bills Are a Recipe for Instant Socialism in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last month

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Explains How Two Democratic Bills Are a Recipe for Instant Socialism in America

"With us is congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. Who is calling for everyone to do what they can to try. And tell the senate not to raise the debt limit congresswoman. Are you there. Yes hi charlie. Thanks for having me on your show. You bet you sent out a tweet saying everyone needs to call the senate switchboard. Let's take a step back. Walk us through the significance of this and the latest when it comes to the fights happening in washington dc. Okay well just to break it down. Everyone needs to understand that the democrats are working very hard to pass to ells the infrastructure. Bill which is almost one point two trillion dollars and the budget which they had it at three point five trillion. Then they took it up to four point three trillion and that's when mansion and cinema and the senate said no. We will not vote for this. It's too much money. But here's what you all need to know about. Both of these bills them for structure bill is not about paving roads or building. Bridges it's really about socialism as a matter of fact almost about round six percent of the infrastructure bill only goads towards real infrastructure roads and bridges. The rest of it is full on socialism with big programs in even seven point. Five billion dollars that will build five hundred thousand electric vehicle charging stations all over the country because they want to force america on electric vehicles which will force us to be energy independent or energy dependent. I'm sorry on china and then the budget. The budget is even worse. The budget is full passage of the green new deal and more socialism. These will be programs will never be able to undo. It will fully wreck our economy and hurt americans in the future

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Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

"Anyone. That's actually a deeply rational person. And thinking like tucker. Carlson is a little bit confused about one aspect of the biden white house. There's a lot of not confused about. It's not an easy explanation. It isn't and here's why out today. Quinnipiac their new poll has come out and said that joe biden's approval rating thirty eight percent of the country approves fifty three percent disapproves competency forty two percent. Thanks joe biden is competent fifty. Five percents is not now you might say while those are some terrible numbers. I know. i can't believe forty. Two percent of americans think joe biden is competent. The border twenty. Three percent of americans approve of joe. Biden's handling the border. Sixty seven percent of americans disapprove of joe biden's handling of the border and so these numbers are dreadful. They are some of the worst numbers of a president in modern history. The average price of beef is up twelve percent. Bacon is up seventeen percent pork steak eleven point three percent poultry up seven percent fish and seafood up ten point six percent. Joe biden has a negative approval rating on the f- ouchi virus on the economy on foreign policy on the mexican border and on taxes thirty seven percent approval rating on taxes twenty three percent approval rating on the mexican border thirty four percent approval rating on foreign policy thirty nine percent approval rating on the

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S&P 500 fell 4.8% in September, worst month since March 2020

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

S&P 500 fell 4.8% in September, worst month since March 2020

"Stocks have closed out September with their worst monthly loss since the beginning of the pandemic five hundred ended the month down four point eight percent the first monthly drop since January in the biggest since March twenty twenty when covered nineteen first hit the U. S. hard by the stock market has climbed steadily for much of the year it became unsettled in recent weeks with the spread of the more contagious delta variant of covert nineteen a sudden spike in long term bond yields and word that the federal reserve may start to unwind its support for the economy in today's session the S. and P. fell nearly fifty two points or one point two percent to four thousand three oh seven however it's still up fourteen point seven percent for the year the Dow dropped five hundred and forty six points or one point six percent while the nasdaq composite lost nearly sixty four I'm Ben Thomas

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Why Democrats Love Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Why Democrats Love Inflation

"Have made the argument here on this program that many democrats want inflation. Inflation helps the corporate class and allows them to pay off their debts. Did you know that. Us corporations expanded their balance sheets. By barring six hundred billion dollars in the last year they knew that interest rates will never get the slow again and so every day companies and especially the fortune one hundred companies. They went on a borrowing spree. They borrowed more money. Then they have in recent memory because they knew that all of a sudden if inflation is going to kick in if inflation is going to occur. You want to have as much debt as you possibly can manage or almost more than you can manage. Because then the eight percent inflation radio or the six percent inflation rate a year will actually minimize the debt burden. You have you might as well live it up while you can. Rich people do very well when inflation comes if you own physical assets land gold silver or you're able to move money quickly especially liquid. You'll do fine in the midst of inflation. The people that inflation hurts the most our young people students and middle class workers

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US slightly revises up its GDP estimate for Q2 to 6.7%

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

US slightly revises up its GDP estimate for Q2 to 6.7%

"A fresh estimate of the nation's economic growth shows the second quarter was slightly stronger than first thought the commerce department says the US economy expanded at a six point seven percent annual rate from April through June that's a slight upgrade of its previous estimate of six point six percent the key factor with a slightly higher level of consumer spending which grew at a twelve percent annual rate also up export sales seven point six percent and a twelve point three percent increase in business equipment the second quarter estimate will likely marked a high point for the economy's expansion this year as the resurgence of covered nineteen in the form of the delta variant has slowed some activity and government support programs wind down while manufacturing supply chain issues persist Ben Thomas Washington

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Study highlights difficulty of stopping antidepressants

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00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Study highlights difficulty of stopping antidepressants

"Patients with a long history of depression may have a rough time stopping the use of their medication British researchers have published a study that finds more than half the patients fifty six percent who had been on anti depressants and we're feeling better relapsed within a year of stopping their medication by contrast those who kept on taking anti depressants even when feeling better had a much lower relapse rate the study looked at nearly five hundred patients mostly middle aged women who were taking a common class of anti depressant drugs like Zoloft or Prozac mostly without counseling as is common in Britain an editorial in the New England journal of medicine is suggesting that medication for life maybe advise for some patients who have had several bouts of depression I'm Jackie Quinn

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"six percent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

06:06 min | 4 months ago

"six percent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Yes so the president is supposed to make a big speech tomorrow to outline the next steps to help breakthrough what has been this very low plateau in vaccination rates and there are three million civilian federal employees in the united states. They are not going to mandate vaccination. But they're gonna make it a little bit uncomfortable For for people who choose not to be vaccinated. And i should say they are strongly considering this move will know for sure when the announcement gets made but a person familiar with the deliberations as they are strongly considering a system where federal employees have would have to verify their vaccination status and if they are not vaccinated undergo weekly testing and be required to wear masks indoors at all times even if they are in areas with low viral transmission. I think we need like maybe a time stamp at the end of this conversation because this is a lot of stuff to process and a big change dominica though we're going to let you go. Before we continue the conversation with the focus on alabama. But but thanks for hanging out all right well stay safe out there or in their in your case i guess all right. We're gonna take a quick break and come back with. Debbie elliott talking about what this looks like an alabama. Npr's planet money. summer school is back. This season is all about investing. We've got stories of big bets. Bubble spotting and cute animals to every wednesday to labor day from. Npr's planet money we are back with npr's debbie elliott. Hey debbie hi there. You are joining us because you have been some reporting on the fact that Kovic cases are spiking especially in the south alabama. Hospitalizations are up five-fold. Since the start of the month what does it look like there right now you know. It's pretty rampant. Officials are saying the combination of low vaccination rates in this delta variant is causing what is an unprecedented spike in cova cases in kobe hospitalizations and the scary part of that is that most of those people are unvaccinated which means it can hurt them more right because vaccinated people can still get sick. I actually have some friends who were vaccinated. Who have breakthrough cases of kobe right now. But they've got a bad cold but if you're unvaccinated and you end up in the hospital those are the people who were having you know serious serious illness and even death and i think you know the the rising numbers caught all of our attention but one thing that really cut through and made a lot of national news was the way that the alabama governor has reacted to this high rate of unvaccinated people. Yeah so i think alabama governor. Kay ivey is just become really frustrated with all of the questions. She's getting from reporters about things. Like mask mandate safer k. Through twelve students kids under twelve. Can't get the vaccine. Will she saying they shouldn't have to wear masks in public schools. Even though you've got a clear message from health officials including the cdc that that's the right thing to do to protect kids and teachers. She's frustrated with being asked all these questions she doesn't want to have to go back to curtailing business or using mask mandates and in fact the state legislature passed a law and she signed it that forbids businesses governments Schools from even requiring vaccinations. So there is very much. This government should not be forcing people to do anything But reporters keep asking her. Look at these numbers. Shouldn't you be doing more. And when she turned and said it's it's the unvaccinated people people need to get shots. That's what our problem is. And it's time for to start blaming the unvaccinated folks not the regular folks style unvaccinated. Folks letting us night. She said she's done all she can do. And it's up to people to get shots and be responsible for their own families and tam. Can you remind us how the white house the cdc all the different federal operators here are trying to reach people in places like alabama who are unvaccinated so the the strategy is to get vaccines into every single location. You possibly can. And to essentially beg people to go talk to their doctors and hope their doctors can convince them. Because you know. Joe biden knows that he's not going to persuade a bunch of people in alabama to go get vaccines. The message has very much become. This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated complicated. A bit by the breakthrough infections and the white house is saying. These things are available You know where they're working with preachers they're working with community groups. They're doing everything they can without putting too many fingerprints on it to make it to you know to turn people off. Will you know the interesting thing down here. Certainly in alabama we love our college football. Right roll tide. They recruited the coaches to help. You know alabama coach. Nick sabin says his team is ninety percent vaccinated. He wants fans to gets back sonate so that it doesn't jeopardize this year's football season We also have a former football coach. Who is now in the. Us senate from alabama republican Tommy tub val. He's recorded a facebook message trying to encourage people to get their shots. Were on the one yard line but we just need one more. Play to run it in. You can help us. Get the win against kobe by getting vaccinated. So we'll see if those work. Are we really on the one yard line. We were then. We got a ten yard penalty. We're still in the red zone. The red side. Yeah all right. debbie elliott. You're welcome back anytime. Maybe we can just talk football next time. You're on the podcast..

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"six percent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

06:32 min | 4 months ago

"six percent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Politics podcast. I'm scott detro-. I covered the white house. I've ever keith. i also cover the white house. And i'm dominica montenero senior political editor and correspondent. So i mean. I think it's clear what we're going to talk about today. Suddenly the pandemic seems like it is not in the rear view mirror. The delta variant is surging particularly in places with a lot of unvaccinated people and now the centers for disease control and prevention has revised its guidance. On wearing masks the agency is now recommending that fully vaccinated people wear masks in indoor public spaces if they live in areas with significant or high spread. Tam what is going on here and there are actually a lot of areas of this country with significant or high spread. And what's happening is things have changed The delta variant is now the dominant variant in the us. It is significantly more contagious than earlier. Variants and dr rachelle wolinsky. The cdc director said that they needed to make this change in guidance. Because they have new data showing that people who are vaccinated and get a breakthrough. Infection may actually be able to transmit the corona virus which they didn't think earlier When they put out that earlier guidance it's pretty big change. yeah it is and It results in a bit of whiplash. And you know the politics of it. I think are possibly more complicated than the science of it. So this is a recommendation and i think you know one of the biggest trend lines if the last year is that these recommendations have have carried a lot less weight with people over time for a wide range of reasons burnout frustration. People feeling like they don't trust the cdc or they just never get the message to begin with What are we seeing in terms of how these recommendations are turning into new local rules that people would see in their lives about about mask-wearing. Well here in the bubble that is the white house that the signs have gone back up and masks are required indoors at the white house for white house employees but out in the real world. It's not clear exactly how this is going to be applied. You've seen California bring back mask mandates you you've seen it in some other areas but it isn't widespread and immediate and In in some states they are actively saying no you can't have a mask mandate amassed mandates or a thing of the past and we're not bringing them back. You've seen republican governors basically say. Yeah no that that time in our lives is over. Domenico this is this is obviously a huge political problem for for president biden right he. He has his put so much of his political future betting on getting the pandemic under control and back to normal and that you know big football spiking july fourth events and parties of the white house and ice cream trucks around the country from the dnc and many other things. I mean it kind of looks bad. Obviously the situation has changed. The did not know variants. We're going to search the way they had but this is a huge political problem. Well i mean they can't control the delta variant and they've seen the pattern from other parts of the world Were sort of behind what's happened in other parts of the world and they've other parts of the world have had it far worse than the united states because the united states has higher vaccination rates than most other places in the world. Still in the united states Only sixty percent of the adult. Us population has been fully vaccinated. So it does have the chance to be a potential political problem for president biden. A because this has been his strength so far you know. Six months into his presidency. He gets very high marks for his handling of the current virus. Pandemic you know and it's a little iffy on some of the other issues. If this starts to slip it's an even bigger problem for him just to be honest with both of you. I think you know this. Because i've i've a moated he about this but like this is just been a particularly tough twist to to process. I mean you feel like life is almost entirely back. You feel like this is in the rear view mirror and this comes back but at the same time i feel like it's morphed into this other incredibly depressing story that defines are political times and that is just the trench political warfare identity politics viewing every single thing in the world through the prism of politics and just to wrap up the conversation on washington in particular dominica. How is this going to play out in the house of representatives where i feel like every day. Expect another fight to break out like it did in the eighteen fifties now now there's mass mandates again in the house. I mean that's not going to go over. Well no it's not and you know that's obviously a place where we see this partisan trench warfare as you call it taking place First and foremost ever-present That happening there people calling each other names not really wanting to follow guidance and in fact not following guidance in some corners of this country is actually seen as a political plus. So when you have that it makes public health very difficult. Public health is not the kind of thing that is supposed to be political. You know unfortunately over the past year and a half it has become so and like everything else just partisan and makes it that much more difficult to get something like a pandemic over with. Yeah i was talking to an infectious diseases expert today about this mass guidance and sort of the evolution on mass guidance and he said you know they they get an a for basic science and following what the science tells them but they get an incomplete. He argued for social science. And the fact is that social science is just as important in tackling a pandemic getting people to get vaccinated getting people to do take public health measures. The social science is almost more important than the basic biology. I think the country as a whole probably is getting an f. In social science at this point people want to believe what they believe first and foremost and it makes it hard. I've a lot more thoughts about that side for now tam before we take a break though there isn't important next step to come and that's what the white house does when it comes to to the powers it has to issue mandates to federal employees among other things..

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"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"So that's what people have to be aware but I think people who have come around to understanding the concerns that we have will not be bamboozled. especially if we ever get this thing to go on a different direction I, think the telltale sign, it will be the schools are schools are boy that is a hotbed for bad ideas. I'll tell you so anyway the. The people will have to be on on. Careful about because the news will come out and I think of the emergency powers that were gained after nine eleven. They have been removed. And then when they started financial surveillance to protect the customers, you know from the government and snooping and all this sort of thing, and it was nothing more than more government control, and that's what this is when you think about the plans that Bill Gates's of the world have they want more control Of the people and of course, you're interested in liberty. You don't want that to happen. You want people to make decisions. You want people to understand what property rights me, and you want to have people understand what contracts are for. You have to understand why government should be very limited and and their role. Precisely. Stated and for me. If you're going to have a government, the government should be there to protect individual liberty. So people voluntarily can take care of themselves when the problems occur it can be done in many different ways voluntarily local government, private organizations, all kinds of thing, but you don't need the horrifically huge. Welfare warfare. State. We don't need to be in every country in the world. We're on one hundred and fifty some where we have troops and in order to be safe and secure a matter of fact they. Say and yes, I like to be safe and secure. That means that we have to understand why government should be very, very limited, and that's why we have to get people to understand be very leery of the power and authority of of the Justice Department, the FBI, and especially the CIA because if if we want our liberties, we have to assume responsibilities and if it doesn't work out perfectly for us because nothing is you cannot say that well under these. Conditions bad bad deal and I went broke so I'm going to go to the government so he robbed my neighbor to help bail me out. No, it doesn't work that way. It doesn't mean that it's cold and callous because I think I think the if you WanNa talk about humanitarianism that is found in the cause of liberty because there's more wealth and more volunteerism less violence less. Wars. So the opportunity to take care of this problem, there's just overwhelmingly larger than it is when the bureaucrats get control and they give us black lives matter they can do anything you want don burn the CDs and we have Corona virus lockdown and at the same time sort of ignore one huge problem in that is the the ability of the Federal Reserve to finance all. This and people are not paying much attention but I do believe we back in progress it's slow but we need the help. So we are delighted when we have our viewers tune in spreading this message because that is what it's going to take. We need to spread the message and I believe today we still you know at one time they had to do pamphleteering in a way is. pamphleteering here, and it's small because we don't have control of the social media nor the regular media but there's ways that word of mouth in the power of ideas the power of truth is is on our side and that's the reason I do hang onto the whole idea of being optimistic that we can change things for the better WanNa. Thank everybody for tuning in today to liberty report. Please come back soon..

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"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"You're demonstrating for democracy and for your freedom and your personal freedoms but come back. To the US turn on the Washington Post, how do they report it? Let's look at this next clip. Here's The Washington. Post German president condemns far right protests and Berlin two million. Chilean. Nazis right and let's take a look at these Nazis in Berlin. This is the next picture here they are. They're standing next to big poster of Gandhi yeah he's well, not Nazi extremist. But it only in Berlin, there were a massive crowd in London listening. Go to have little slide show here. There was a massive crowd in London that came out in square project fear look at how many people it looks like the next clip. Masks are muzzles. The new normal is new fascism freedom. Over fear, we will not be silenced with your muscles. Nobody's GonNa Face Mask, Dr, Paul, and they're not keeping six feet apart. Let's do one more. Chain risks, they're taking risks. Let's do one more on that one. Big Brother is masking you. That's a good sign, but this is just amazing tremendous, and here's how the corrupt newspaper Guardian reports. It looks look at this. Corona virus skeptics, conspiracy theorists, and anti vaccinators. That's the only way they can report. This is to condemn them but DOC Paulin. Here's some good news I'm going just give two clips to cheer you up a little bit after seeing that lists like these next two I think something's happening in the in the European media. Especially, you know this is the BBC BBC. Corona virus is it time to move on and baton normal life look at the next one the Telegraph and I'll turn it back to you. The West. covid shows we have succumbed to a medieval nastya roses. This is the Telegraph these mainstream papers in Europe in the UK that are starting to shake loose and starting to to come in direction now. There's a certain individual that works in the Democratic Party and she's been around for a long time and she used to talk a lot. It's for the children. And your name was Hillary. Always for the children, that's why you have to do and I keep thinking. That Robert. Kennedy uses children's health defense you know and. And I thought now that's really something for the children and then I see what they're doing now..

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"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"People people notice this and at the economic controls, all of a sudden much further along than anybody ever dream that they would be able to close down governments closed down schools. It's just as so overpowering, which means that they knew what they were doing exactly because they knew what we know in. PHILA- philosophic fight you had to convince people of certain beliefs are universities have been polluted for a long time. The schoolteachers have all gotten their lessons from from the universities and and all of a sudden everybody's involved you know. I would notice that and you did too. You know in Washington. When we will try to explain non-intervention foreign policy or on economic policy. Were they all learn their stuff from the same place? There's only one university out there except for a few a few exceptions for that. But they they all learn the economic saw how can I can remember I really a little charge out of it With. The campaign had some pretty well-known interviews. In a friendly way I think they were a little bit curious and they weren't being nasty. What is this Australia? Free free market stuff for business about and yet it's a significant philosophy but they knew this they they've infiltrated and it is bursting out about, yes. Wha a little bit. We're going to talk about maybe our side is bursting expressing themselves when you look at what's happening in Europe It isn't it was an exciting weekend in Europe literally all over Europe but accepts. Exceptionally in Berlin, they say it was the largest protests German history. This is Germany that saying a lot. Let's look at this I. They say the estimated millions of people showed out in Berlin to protest against lockdowns against facemasks events being shoved around and pushed around forced to have the needle stuck in your arm and it was absolutely an incredible. Let's look at the next picture. There are so many fascinating pictures of this to me. They look like ordinary people, Dr Paul. And it's even look at this next one. There's a slogan that I think you're gonNA agree within the next picture read nieces not Mars. Yeah. In. Fact of our new friend RFK junior was there and he gave a blockbuster of speech. Let's listen to a few seconds of this because this is the part and there will be a code afterward. This is the part that's so fascinating. That he said if we can when we get that cued up..

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"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"And he's been on, he's been on TV all the time about it but he makes a point that it's not accurate to say that only nine thousand. because. Some of those co morbidity. Really, are conditions that can be related to a cova death like pneumonia, but it's probably fair to count that in a few others. So Berenson did is he went through it and he said, let's take. The Co Morbidity is that clearly weren't related to Cova death even though Kobe was on the death certificate and he pointed out Alzheimer's. Dementia cancer and unintentional. Injury member, we talked about the motorcycle accident that was covert suicides there a section where suicides are listed as. So he says, if you take out those that were clearly not related to cove it, even leaving things like diabetes and obesity because that can be related even if you're so conservative, you do it that way by his estimate, there were about fifty thousand. Certificates covert certificates assuming no double counting, which certainly could be the case but that is a far cry. If even if you leave those things in fifty thousand deaths rather than one, hundred, sixty, some thousand deaths that is a regular flu season of I think in eighteen, we had eighty thousand deaths. So it's clearly even if you approach a very conservatively and you don't want to say only nine thousand, there's clearly something that's changed since these numbers have come out the one statistic that I don't think we're going to see and someday somebody might try to sort it out but we very controversial is the. Genetic cause. Because doctors do make mistakes and sometimes for political reasons of all sorts of things. But they make mistakes everybody that got put on a respirator was done with the intent of doing what they thought was the right thing and turns out. I. Don't think any doctors now say get them on a respirator. Fast. This'll hit head off the seriousness of the disease as sort of thing and I don't know. I. Don't see them soon sorting and I say it was the treatment. What about the denied treat move hydroxy chloroquine you know. That's still up in the air though I have a strong opinion about that and I think that the FTC..

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"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"six percent" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Report. With me today's Daniel Mike Adams are co hosting. Good to see you today. How are you this morning Dr Paul good feeling weak and ready and raring to go. That's right. Solve another problem. Couple I've been saying that for a long time. His hard to measure and I think that is the truth when we're in this type of business or no matter what kind of freedom group it is you never know what the results are I keep thinking about all the young people that call me the have their own little organization that somebody say, why don't you go on there? They only have two, thousand, two, thousand I used to go for twenty. So. There's a lot of people out there a lot of changes. So that's where I get my optimism. So that's why we keep plugging along. Do our best to get the information is sorted out because you know we usually find some good news people move in our direction. I think we have a little bit of that today. At least information we have the CDC report. Which is Falling our way and that trying to explain that the data's not reliable. And also, that there are some results in Berlin in Europe we're showing that to people are rebellious. Actually better than the Americans are. Rolling over here you know. Adam Dick are staffer written article really goes over this details about what's going on on our car colleges not destroying people then you know we still. Nervously have some in our family still into. Regular teaching business and kids in regular schools, and it is just devastated tried to raise kids doing this and I. It seems like it's deliberately to really get you up. Especially, if you have kids at different ages and different schools and then they take a break it up some his home, some is doing this and some of your ten classes and it's a good good way to make people nervous and the kids to there's not only parents who have to hustle has to be the kids to get all upset about this because they believe it or not kids like to be organized and they like it when people give them a little bit of help structure nor they're going to do but we WANNA go over. The CDC report and this is really something that. We suspected we talk about we knew it existed, but this is some..

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"six percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Pack not only that six percent more power on the bench press more explosive they could lift the weight faster people shouldn't just ho hum about this or your about this this is amazing because let's face it this was a golf study but more explosiveness more speed more power this should help all sports so if you're a tennis player if you're a jogger if you're any kind of an athlete this has ramifications across the board but again these golfers one month on this ever strong powder we're talking about today bang the golf ball fourteen yards further can you imagine Pat you get your bottle of every strong you don't tell your buddies take it for a month and you go out your bank in the ball fourteen yards past them they don't know what hit him wow we just got a few minutes left here I want you to recap this amazing story today about creatine would you like to call the molecule of strength who needs it and what about this double free bottle offer today with the ever strong plus the B. twelve energy melts you know what my one concern with the show if it literally it sounds too good to be true right right when I tell folks about every strong right I'm afraid they're going to think I'm making this up it's not possible right you know I know how you feel because six seven eight years ago when I started to read about creatine I almost couldn't believe it I said to myself if it's really this good it with an excellent safety profile how come everybody is not using it but I started to use it and I noticed some incredible benefits it's just phenomenal and it's as simple as this you're gonna get only a restaurant you're gonna try it you're going to get stronger you're gonna get more powerful you can look in the mirror and see the difference there's hundreds and hundreds of Uman studies backing us up these are studies with a hamster in a lab somewhere we're talking human studies I cold stop muscle fertilizer exact rate and of course we didn't just at the creature creatine we had the fruit XP remember that joint health we did the coffee berry extract a quid nominal antioxidant that more potent than blueberries and strawberries for powerful antioxidant protection I ate at the vitamin D. because it's so important across the board three for bone health but also for seniors vitamin D. so important for muscles especially as we get older for strength and coordination so this is a very comprehensive formula again this would easily cost you eighty ninety a hundred Bucks to replicate on your own but today it's free and not only that let's not forget about the B. twelve energy milspec because we're talking about energy here today and when you think energy your thing B. twelve B. twelve is critical for making red blood cells to carry oxygen to the tissues the biotin in there was grief for the hair skin and nail so just make sure you're one of the first thousand colors don't be Colin number fifteen hundred you're not going to get it be one of.

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"six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It fifty six percent of Americans thank you lose sleep every night over money related issues there is nothing you can do about it it is he said educate yourself and then start paying it off numbers like the best way to attack this is if you hold the whole credit card that you're taking Ballantine which is a little higher interest rate thank god and and he did an analysis of the rest of them and it's cool one after the other than what you have that paid off charging things that living about hear me in the middle there are their decision that you could be making in this place but I'm telling you not knowing whether you have credit card debt you for that total to Niles what it is lose weight absolutely I mean you look at the average interest rate right now the opportunity if like a seventeen point seven five percent I was looking at the other day for one of my credit card over nineteen percent yeah I like to travel benefits on the every month so it doesn't affect me you know there are we to use your credit card at the school you have to make sure it's working for you and not against you and and you know here with the simply money sure we always say you want to be car companies least favorite customer they love the customers who don't pay their bills on time they get to you no charge the knapsack they like the people who carry the balance that they get all that you're you're paying on time if you're paying in full they don't love you know well either that or I what I would do is because I mean how much of that is if you broke it down to this to be interesting typically is it all like entertainment is it is it good times on credit cards is it just regular grocery store built because if it's entertainment which is like food and beverage in your woman I would just I would date a guy who's ugly but rich and be like the third a women out there take it back do you a lot of your money like I did that at all the time yeah and all the way back around for you you go ahead and confessed I did well at one point to a gala right out of college with a guy because I when it's like where the traffic go to fancy party and I didn't really like that we pay for yeah I'm part what he paid for him.

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"six percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of six percent increase across the MBTA system this despite a Boston tea party protests yesterday and even Boston's mayor calling for a delay no MBTA officials however believe the fare increase will lead to thirty million dollars of new revenue to help improve service and Wellington station in Medford James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio nine six oh one the heat's just the hits rather just keep on coming the city of Boston increasing parking meter rates in several neighborhoods starting today meters will cost double in some areas parking in the back bay for instance increasing to three seventy five an hour other neighborhoods feeling the pinch include Kenmore square cell Boston waterfront officials all saying it's part of an effort to reduce congestion increase parking availability and reinvest in transportation infrastructure well millions of Americans hitting the highways on this holiday week others will take to the skies for some vacation fun with the fourth of July just days away CBS is Matt pliable reports airline travel is becoming less and less customer friendly and can make any family anxious and CBS news senior travel advisor Peter Greenberg says airline travel is not like it used to be there's not been a passenger rights bill or any bill that deals with passenger right submitted but what happens if you miss a connecting flight between airports if it's the airline's fault they should put you up in a hotel on their downline but says Tracey store with airfarewatchdog always pay with a credit card and looking to travel insurance in terms of getting sick a lot of credit cards will offer trip cancellation insurance and in instances where bags lost they'll cover for incidentals like if you need to get to taste or a suit for a meeting that you're late to math Piper CBS news well it is a fun time for NBA fans as free agency opened up last night Celtics right in the mix as expected Connery Irving out Kemba Walker is in former UConn guard saying Boston was simply the best fit for him Irving is going to the Brooklyn nets it's with Kevin Durant meanwhile the red Sox still licking their wounds after allowing twenty nine runs in a pair of losses to the Yankees in London WBZ bride into an alley with a look back crying it was ugly Jim it wasn't good it did not go well at all they dropped both games of course twenty nine runs combined in the loss in yesterday's game may have stung a bit more as the bullpen allowed nine runs in the seventh inning and now going into their series tomorrow night they are a leading games back out of first place in the division was fun to watch him in London but man the results just not good now at I believe the travel was finer yeah yeah exactly all right Brian it's an alley we'll hear more from Brian in sports coming up in just under ten.

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"six percent" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Stupid. Six percent. They hope their children gravitates towards, oh, I know it seem is the science technology, engineering arts, mathematics magazine, or your favorite, because this is what you excelled in first, science, mathematics, engineer, doctor, and web developer app. Developer leading the way for jobs. They want them to have I will admit job, if you picked it. At five. That's nearly all of the parents. Agreed that children should spend ample time developing their science technology, engineering arts mathematic skills. Well. Great. Yeah. Yeah. I also think we should spend time on writing. Well, Vegas problem, of course, with all of this plan is the competition with the screens that are in people's hands genetic very young age, because that is now the average kid has three and a half hours of screen time daily the day, the age of eight there surpassing their parents technology capabilities, by the age of eight, maybe they will maybe they, they're going to, you know. Eighty five percent of parents want their kids to know how to code oh, come on. I wanna know age seven is when the age they believe they should start learning how to code. Here's the deal. This is scare these people who are gonna have their kids that are on the screen, holy cow win. They go outside. Yeah. What's going to happen? Well, I don't know. That's dresses me out for the parent and the child. If this theory is correct. I don't know. Is that a is that a US are you? Sure you're not mixing that with, like mix. That's a scary thought that is. Okay. Well, then here is another one. Get joy theory that maybe won't be, you know, do like when you see a really cute puppy or cute baby. Feels that you feel the need depend tree when a squeeze or you go to stick to your fee, south. Yeah, but we always express it, we want to bite squeeze just kinda eat you. Because they feel like they're so I mean, the skin is so juicy and everyday, I mean, okay, I know. But, you know, when it's yes, stuff it. So it goes in and out, it's so delicious. It is the number on way. I'm not eating it is this behaviors been studied many, many times before in behavioral psychology people wanting to know about it. But the university of California riverside, one to figure out why do we have what they call cute aggression? Why do you feel so aggressive to stuff? So cute. And it was I really termed cute aggression by Yale University in twenty fifteen and the Yale University. Researchers said people feel cute aggression more in response to be animals versus an adult animal. Let's say and beyond that people report feeling cute aggression, more in response to pictures of human babies when they digitally enhance to make them look younger, and they get there is to be bigger. They make their cheeks fatter. They were doing side by side, and sort of like. To study this, this sounds like a study of dumb. Well, it isn't the reason why they wanted to, to study it is that they, they wanted to find out, okay? Exciting..

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"six percent" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"That's from eleven per, but passes from twelve personnel, which we talked about before the having those two tight ends out there and two receivers with them. Those passes were six percent more successful than eleven personnel. They average one more yard per attempt which sound like much. But again over those averages it is and that's despite a similar air yards per attempt. So they're not aiming downfield the target death, isn't that much bigger? But these passes have much upside from yards per attempt perspective they have a higher touchdown rate lower interception, rate and importantly, a lower sacree. So we're talking about what the floor is the floor is higher out of twelve than it is out of eleven personnel. And I think that we've got a lot of great tight ends in this draft class and need to be throwing the football. More too tight end you need to get great tight ends on the field because look at all the possibilities that exist. When you have a great twelve personnel package when you tight ends that could stay in there and ship or blocking look the Rams don't have great blocking tight end. But you stick a Cup. Tight end who are obviously bigger than a running back on the end of your line of scrimmage. You're going to have better success and more time in the pocket for your quarterback. If both those guys stay in there to block than if they if they weren't there. So having the ability even if they're not like both good blocking tight end to get out on the field together and determined based on what you wanna play. You wanna call are both these guys gonna go out on the past route or is one gotta stay back to help protect our both gonna stay back. Protect for mass protection. You still have the ability to throw to a running back out of the backfield. Which is very good efficiency boost on early downs. You still have to wide receivers out there and these tight end create so many mismatches the routes types routes that they run their size their speed compared to a lot of the linebackers or safeties come down and cover them. They just have matchup edges. So speaking two of them out there on the field..

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"six percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Now, we work with them on strategies to really generate anywhere between you'll really one and three percent a month. Now, let's multiply that out over a year. Twelve months is about twelve to thirty six percent a year. The question is, you know, what are you doing in the markets consistently? Do you have a plan? Do you have a goal every? Single years or goal just to make money or hope when you open your entity your statement, you're in the green, you know, that's not really a plan. That's a wish and most people out there over the years. It's very difficult to wish her procrastinate your way to retirement you need to have a plan to get there. You know, Ron I know that years in the in the financial industry, you know, why don't you talk a little bit. How able to help student, you know, really plan for retirement and help them achieve. You know, the radar returns they so desperately need. Well, first of all you have to understand where you are. You know, it's kind of like going on a trip. If you don't know where you are. And you don't know where you're going to get it's going to be very difficult if not impossible to get there. So really the first step is to determine where you are. Right now. Very first thing when someone comes in as you know, let's take a look what is your. What is your biggest challenge? Where are you at right now, what is your financial situation? How does that look right now? You know, I like to call it. The lifeline whatever age you are today. That's where you are on your life line right now. And if we go back to the beginning, which was your date of birth. We have to just cross that out. There's nothing that you can do to change that. So wherever you are right now with the dollars that you have accumulated. I mean, that's it. There's nothing you can do about the past. So we can only look forward. What that lifeline is going to allow you to discover there's okay, here's where I'm at. Let's take a look at number one. Do I have enough money's coming in to live the lifestyle that I want right now, do I need to supplement the income that I have, you know, whether it's your job, whether it's your business, am I taking all the trip. So we take all the trips that we want the places that we really want to go, and I like to talk about three buckets there's the income bucket. There's the wealth bucket. And finally number three is the dream bucket. And you know, once you have enough income coming in and you start the excess income so that at the end of the month, you have more money than you have mon-. We can start then filling up the the wealth bucket, and once that wealth bucket starts filling up now we can generate an income off of some of those monies and between the the income bucket in the wealth bucket..

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"six percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on KCRW

"A forty six percent drop in applications to open positions at federal agencies and Tracey Samuelson for New cars nowadays are really just a bunch of computers right on wheels. All the sensors and driver assist bells and whistles, the automatic breaking in the lane, keeping their Guinness closer and closer to fully driverless cars till then there is human error to account for a couple of weeks ago. Marketplace's Ben Bradford did a story on how drivers misunderstand and sometimes misuse car technology today, the high cost of fixing those cars when humans get involved last. Winter Baltimore resident Adam Richardson found a six inch long crack in the windshield of his twenty seventeen Ford fusion, I didn't think it was gonna be that big of a deal. He thought a couple hundred bucks. But then he called an auto glass company. I said, hey, I've got this crack here's the make mama my car, and they said, oh, not a great sound seat. Richardson's car has front collision sensors behind the windshield replacement glass, that's different thickness or clarity can cause them to malfunction. So Richardson had to buy manufacturer approved glass, and then have sensors recalibrated to work properly. It ended up being somewhere north at seven hundred. So that was definitely worth anticipated and more than at least one in three drivers can afford for an unexpected Bill. According to triple A, the organization also recently found that cars with advanced safety. Features commonly cost twice as much to repair as low tech vehicles jet. Gonzalves king owns.

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"six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Still have as much as five to six percent of that, Dan. I actually from that. From south Andrew there. There are two groups of people. I'm thinking this information may not sit. Well, with one is sort of the the orthodox archaeologists and anthropologists because this doesn't fit the narrative in terms of the evolution of modern, man, and so forth. There's tenure at stake their textbooks that needs to be rewritten. So that's one group. The other group would be the adherence of the ancient alien theory that that we mankind has reached its level of Tech- technological technology, and and cosmology and so forth because of alien intervention. Are you finding that? You're angering both of those camps. No, no. I mean fast the information the same books comes from archaeology and from from genetic research genetic anthropology. Yeah. This is what they're telling us. This is coming out. Yeah. Regular press release since two thousand ten you know, obviously Bank with with academic pipers as far as what the Denisovans chafed web. I were how into break with us the levels of technology. None of this is any doubt as far as the ice and IBM hypothesis is concerned. I mean, I'm a regular contributor to you a show. So, you know, have sympathies for these ideas. In my opinion. It's very likely that the very strange and mindset. All the Denisovans allowed them to connect with known trash trail entities. But perhaps provided some of the rudiments of.

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"six percent" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"End up this conversation, but in terms of your portfolio, which is a cut flowers, and you also do herbs I want to knowledge that because that is part of flower farming for some people. What is the kind of ratio of flowers to edibles? I mean, how does the company balance that in terms of offerings? Yeah. So the the split sort of in terms of sales revenue is on flowers are about six percent of the overall business small, but it is it is growing faster pace than the rest of the business, which I think points to sort of interest and growing local flower movement. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I I just think anecdotally, I feel that in general, I guess the way you would calculate. It is like how many pages does Janis catalog in devote to flowers over baby past years or? Just just my own path through life in talking with people. There's so much excitement about what you can grow for cutting garden. So I it's interesting to hear that that's also a festive growing category for you. And even though it's smaller, it's it's taking up more energy in in the positive. Probably with con conversations customers, and and people out in out in the flower farming world, they're really excited about. What they can to Johnny's four. I guess. Yeah. I say the, you know, the vegetable cert- -ment is pretty mature. There's been a lot of focus on that. It's sort of the original focus of the business and a lot of focus over the years. So there's in terms of the assortment, there's not a lot of new places to go. I guess I guess to clarify should say there's there's always new varieties better better things to offer and new information. But but kind of all the bases are covered where with flowers, the sort -ment, I think is growing growing wider in response to customer interest in customer needs. And there is a hunger in general for the new the next the the happening, you know in any category. So that's kind of what's going on with your cycle, which basically the new Janis catalog. Jen comes out at the end of the year. Like, I just got mine in the mail recently. The in at the very end of December is that right? Yeah. Yeah. There's a couple of mailings that go out to different customers across the US. But yeah, roughly breath Li I think thanksgiving through Christmas. Catalogs hit mailboxes fun. Well, my brother and sister in law live in billings Montana, and they just got their catalog and we're excited to see that you featured slow flowers on the flowers page. They are like, oh, we know her. So they posted something about it on Facebook, a crack me up, but this catalogue is robust. It's almost two hundred and fifty pages. It's full-color beautiful photos, incredibly detailed information about the cultivation and harvest and light preferences and hardiness zones and just like all the stuff, you know, to have success with vegetables and flowers..

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"six percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"six percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Tonight in point six percent answer we got right to the doorstep, but really didn't break through it. So I think you can argue that this was a with any Barkan Phil we see some thump refresher through the S and P three forty. That's as far as we got. If it goes through that number. Then I think you can argue that the bear market has here. You can also argue that you really don't have a bear market unless it's attached to a recession in recession is I and by two back to back GDP reports of of new growth. I think right now there's evidence of that. In fact, the prognostic is about seven to eight of GDP growth, and that's obviously a positive number. It is. And this is something that is sort of paradoxical about what we've seen in the market and leads to questions is this profit-taking is this a little bit of fear because the underlying American economy still seems to be rather strong. Whereas stocks have just done a nosedive. Is it a reaction to the midterms? Is it a reaction to speculation about a prolonged trade war, especially with China? I mean, no one at this point really knows do they. Well, I think you've hit it sometimes the economy and the stock market not walk step by step. And I think that's interesting is the stock market has these concerns, and obviously is a forward-looking pricing mechanism. It's not on. What's what we currently know you mentioned that clearly are disturbing investors that ended most important has been the Federal Reserve in the fact that it's just a couple of words, sometimes that they put out there in the Federal Reserve's comments that they were on autopilot, certainly unearthed the market that was a problem, you'd mentioned the trade the trade or if you get some resolution with the Federal Reserve if they come out and say, we're not gonna do that. If we get some resolution with China, obviously Europe has got all kinds of problems between Italy, Germany Brexit concern, illegal growth, concerns. And then of course, then you get then you can separate those global concerns. Those macro concerns away from the city. Economic concerns, which is GP unemployment confidence. All of those things. There is so much to talk about the end that people have to parse through that in. They're gonna have to be nimble because there's a lot of information coming out. And as as we talk about when President Trump has fifty six billion people out every litter that he puts out there, we tweet that it puts out there certainly affects the market all of this goes into the soup at the end of the day. Find some quality companies, they're growing or sell more widgets and are having a net income of multiple on it. That's how you value in individual company. He is Dave Spano, the president and CEO of annex wealth management, sir..

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