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"supreme court victoria" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"supreme court victoria" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"D. J B program Doug Stephan General Horn, Victoria Keelan, The Supreme Court. Victoria is not doing what some people expected it to do when it came to Obamacare when you about Don't even think about that. Well, we don't have a ruling yet, but it looks like basically Roberts. Yeah, based on the oral arguments on De essentially what this is, this'd is being seen as the final chance for the Trump administration to get rid of the affordable care act. It doesn't look like it's going in that direction. Essentially what the this is the severability clause that they're talking about. Right now. This is what they're dealing with. And what that means is if the individual mandate which essentially Roberts called it attacks back in 2015 wasn't or 12 2012. He essentially what that means is the individual mandate when the affordable care act started. If you didn't have insurance, you would be penalized. Congress went back and took that out. So there is no penalty if you don't have insurance, And now the This has made it all the way back up to think this came from Texas to the Supreme Court. They're arguing well, since Congress got rid of the individual mandate, forcing people to have the insurance or face the penalty. Since we got rid of that we could get rid of the whole thing, and John Roberts said. It's pretty clear. Congress had the chance to get rid of all of it if they wanted to, But all they did was removed the individual mandate and so he said, It's not our job on the Supreme Court to then completely rewrite the law. Not their job way were quickly We repeat that again. Hold on, Let me hear it. It's not their job. And now, right law, right? What did we hear? Can you guys intelligently for one second? Okay, But then I haven't finished the other half of that sentence because your girl Amy Cockney, Barrett actually said, the opposite. And so in her oral argument, and there were camera everyone's doing this virtually so no one got a glimpse of what John Roberts face looked like, but you know, she one of the reasons people were afraid of her being on the bench. Is because she wrote a scathing review of John Roberts decision in 2012 when he upheld Obamacare she still sticking with the same thing, so she's obviously going to vote to strike the whole thing down. They have not voted yet. We don't know. Like I said, We're just basing this on what the oral arguments were. Brett Kavanaugh sided more with John Roberts and said, You know what this kind of seems like, You know, this isn't really this is this is the old Republican Party versus the new Republican Party. That's where I come now. We were talking earlier about. You know who the people are. Here's the thing. I don't think so. I think this is about interpreting the laws. You see it. And there are people who believe that the Obama care line by the way, the individual mandate was on concert unconstitutional. That's why they got rid of it because you can't You can't make people buy insurance. I don't know how people get away with that the state level with even auto insurance as much as it's the right word. Mandatory insurance status. Yeah, it's the right thing to do. I don't know how in the world to get away with it, because if somebody had the wherewithal to challenge it, it would be done. So the only thing I can think of is that it's because if you decide to use the car, they might consider something I don't know they might. There might be some weird loophole that they built into it. But the fearmongering about how that the judges go in and create law is it's just It's gotta stop. It's how they interpreted. That's the thing. And so it much elation. Interpreting it, though, is exactly what everyone was afraid of that she would say, and because she must take issue with one of nine constitutionally exactly right, so I don't know. I just I feel like there's a lot of fearmongering when there's a lot of people on the court. We're just gonna look at the way. The law's appealed whether they agree with Obamacare or not, All right, let's get your things in the balance, though, is 20 million people losing their insurance during a pandemic. And I think, however, you want to interpret the law, You cannot be a human being, without, at least can. Sadly that as well. That's not the Supreme Court's job to consider that, though that has nothing. It should have nothing to do with how that's what John Roberts is saying, but I don't know it just it seems like I understand what you're saying. And you know, the point of the Supreme Court is not to Design laws. That's not their job, but it still feels like that's exactly what any Cockney, Barrett said. That's so I don't know. We'll see where it goes. This is not. That's not an argument there. We're gonna it will be settled, necessarily Vote. I want to talk about some of the covert stuff that's going on. Fact that more people in the hospital but fewer dying. This is the third wave of the virus, so we have basically the same stuff repeated every day. How many people are in how many people are dying? What do we have to look forward to fuck? She says that the great movies I don't know most Americans will get a vaccine. By April. Meanwhile, the FDA has authorized Eli Lilly's antibody treatment for emergency use. What does that mean? Experimental antibody treatment? Yeah, if you want to opt in and you want to try it, it's I think it's the same provision that run Desa fear God. So it's now it's in. It's like Regeneron, which is the one if you recognize that word. That's what President Trump was given. And that's still experimental as well. Any problems with rooms definite fear disappear, does it? It has a different it doesn't totally different thing. Regeneron is similar to this antibody one which basically a boost your immune system. That's not real antibodies. They're synthetic, but apparently there Pretty close to mimicking how our bodies react. Ramjet severe is an antiviral, and the other one is just antibodies. But that's the thing After Trump had Regeneron, he said, he was going toe expert at using operation Warp speed or whatever you know whatever. They're called warp speed, trying to make that available because the ludicrous speed from warp speed Spaceballs, But as soon as he took it, he said, the next day he felt Great. And so he was Also the thing is, though, it's difficult because he was on what $700,000 worth of medicine. He also was on the decks of methods own. That's what actually makes you feel like Superman so that we don't know if that how the Regeneron really pointing out that it was $700,000 shows how ludicrous Speaking of Luca's ludicrous Yeah, who can afford that ludicrous. Their cost of drugs are In this country and the insurance. My God, What a ridiculous I just thinking about some of the other as you, as you said, works for you, and I had to go to a ludicrous speed thinking about some of the outfits Rick Moranis and that Darby Did anyone ever thought Did they ever find the guy who assaulted Rick Moranis? I don't know. I forgot about that already. So here's something good. I don't know whether this is good or not. You have to make up your own mind about this If you're a.

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"supreme court victoria" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

14:53 min | 3 years ago

"supreme court victoria" Discussed on The Property Couch

"We won't get the quality of acid that we really want exactly and like that's what happened to us so when we found the house and it was thirty thousand dollars aroud budget they checked with the plan to say what is perfect in the future green light cool and then the the mortgage broker. She checked with the bank. Can they get another say yep cool Green Line guy so so I guess they're all sort of talking with each other. which was what does your law o'clock now that you have all these certainty around what putting one foot in from the other you actually want the possible now? What does that feel yeah? It's great. I mean like I said before I what show my friends go to Europe because I made the sacrifices but because I can say where I have to Bay at what point in time what my savings have to look like a what actions we need to take Oh when my holiday when when I can take a holiday it's been a great thing because I was always too afraid to go on a holiday and relax because I thought I had to do everything as quickly as possible with hottest possible <hes> but now you know we just got back from a trip to Bali. That's how I trip nineties so so occasion. <hes> I knew cow was in fifties. I'm so driving my ten year old K of that I bought and I was eighteen but I I would rather have the the security the financial <hes> security in the future then a flashing Tesla. That's your eyes but you born in the non twenty twenty-nine. What would you say to the twenty year olds people who might be listening to this and going while on Mexico currently spending more money loft style but how would you help them transition from investing future rather than current law still yet? You know what guys like I when I bought my first home in else twenty two it it is hard to abolish it easier than what you think it really really is. It might seem like this really insurmountable toss to buy property especially in Melbourne no Sydney but if you break it down and what I like to do respect make mine problems smaller bank my goals really small so instead of thinking you know you've got to save fifty thousand dollars for deposit effort on one thousand dollar books at a time and goes hot as I can at that thousand dollars and then take off and and it's done and if you if you break it down <hes> any goal that you have relating to property relating to savings budget <hes> everything's achievable that if someone's has not girlfriends another way and just decide what you want in life I mean you. You can't really do much when you know what you want. Sorry I really liked to speak to the girls out there. Who are you know maybe finishing your twelve? Just you know I don't know what they wanted to because that was me. I had no idea what I wanted to and if if you don't know what you WanNa do as a career that's that's fine but I would say focus on your financial situation as as as a job. I hope you know what I mean in instead of trying to force yourself to figure out what you passionate about you might be working adleman position but make your financial future Hobie or make a job few <hes> because that's GonNa pay better than any other way off at a time. That's Dan into small bought saws absolutely true <hes> the highest level of people living in poverty on now single fifty fifty miles in Australia. That's unacceptable so if you earning an average salary you can still Mike Mike you can still have aspiration you can still make a difference to your own situation and you can Michael off choices and it might be against the grind everyone else's going for your apologize and Bond James and doing all of that and sometimes can I feel tough because you are you are sacrificing some of the pleasures that other people showing you on their instagram and they facebook leads and you think it's not fair. Promise you the famous East Pied Becky spines minds when you're in your forties and fifties and you have a wealth by S- a nest egg building that trees growing and bearing fruitful you that he's the stuff todd to teach that eighteen to twenty five year old regards to what he's possible when you look at twenty eastone you just have to think like I didn't come from any place special. I've never earned more than sixty thousand dollars in my life and here I am at twenty eight years old gearing up to buy food property so if I can can do it just a just a regular ago anyone else can do it and I look back and I started it twenty one twenty two. I wish I said I think so if you're eighteen you'll lucky you lucky you hearing this now because because you've got four years on me so you're running money smart. You've got a bank that has multiple offset. You organize your money into virtual jaws effectively doing all that we're <hes> for the benefit of the listeners the tug at one hundred twenty thousand dollars so he's part of the planning that you've done by age sixty sixty one and that's around twenty fifty one <hes>. Let's allies two thousand dollars a week MHM <hes> that will give you that now what's included in that in terms of your modeling. You've got I waiting in honeymoon plane. In terms of pike four from a cashflow mulling point of view some of these very special holidays are going to be part of that. We've got a third and fourth investment property and name. It's all about retiring that it and the spoils rob and sitting up in this day and get and effectively something to to take with you all to pay down and having amazing journey of walking walking multiple dogs in so that's that's what planning does for you. This is nobody says beautifully. Have a plane came working on your plane and sit those goals and go after yeah. You said you're an ordinary. I think that's true. I think <hes> you didn't grow up with the silver spring that is true but there's something that could bet you that is off. Someone didn't get something out of that today. Great thank you for coming on and being transparent. I think you'll transparency will mean that a lot of you know we've. We've had some some real influences on industry influences on this podcast but I reckon the story. We've just headed for the last lost fifteen minutes. We'll be really influential and that's because you were willing to say hi. This is what I did. This is how it was for me and you didn't sugarcoat anything so thanks for coming on the property catch and if I can just add I mean you thirties and forties and you're listening to this for the first time you gotta be asking yourself surely if she could do it scholley wait I ready to we're ready to because we all have some form of aspiration. We'll we'll have we'll have some form of law design that we want to aspire to don't give up on that drain because this is Scott said I tain well. I have the doting on scale full heaps of Tom Live but they're not even pay earning pal equity or someone who's in the thirties and forties. Well sure there's a bit of Tom Rin- but let's go to be more income so it's it's never too late but the reality is the stuff so now been you reckon on outsourcing they saw record. Don't bring it into the play pool so with Courtney go to life heck off the Oregon Allison's would benefit from Courtney share what that is well. I came up with this one. When I was a little bit younger now's working as like casual basis zoning twenty five dollars an hour and what I would do is if I wanted to buy address or something and I knew I was saving FA- stuff and I was kind of going back and forth further I should address? I would break down one hundred dollars into our increments permits. It would take me four hours of my life to earn the money to buy that dress and more often than not I would be oh that's not worth it so it actually helped me with sort of that delayed gratification in the sense of <hes> <hes>. It's really hard to end this money for hours. My life is not worth it and it would put it into perspective so if you're if you're trying to budget or if he struggle with impulse purchases <hes> that's a good one to employ. Let's go run. If you want to. Measure the purchases you Mike buy-sell name have sweat. You have to undertake to get all. I think that's a good reinforcement if you have appreciation for how to work for money Just Luck O._T.. Does then the same story will applaud to you you you will find ways where you will find us on the lied gratification more savvy. Money's come easy to some people will just build money habits that just not necessarily in their best interests so I won't on again Corey Hi Benjamin did you and I saw you know we've been very very busy in the in the spice of puppets brain sort of united this whole story well good friends at the Department of Justice on chat to Anisimov. Thank you for sending as I to me earlier in the week <hes> have announced I change <hes> to the Siles Solid Land Amendment Act Two thousand nine a means the style of land non aimed sixty-two in the act requires developers to tyne the purchases consent or permission from the Supreme Court Victoria before exercising a sunset clause while I talked about this before heavenly where you know we weren't unhappy with developers and finally I mean obviously by applying for developers and the Buddha's mismanagement on this whole cladding and that's going to be in the billions so good weaned for consumers win for the ball so basically really means that the sunset clause amendment apply from the twenty third. We'll just two thousand eight. Let's respect so the legislation applause to retrospect you from the twenty thirty two has ninety that protects purchases who have an existing Z. Sting residential off the plane contract and the news contract may have been rescinded after these nights so does and just a quick backstory there for those of you who knew the podcast sometimes developers will sell a property off the plane plane if the value of that probably going up significantly they will spend I will shake project and then get out of get out of the Sunset Council that property as a high profit sure cheeky so we're on the case that ease now lull the vein Dole the develop a must have the purchases written agreements to legally racine to residential off the.

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