35 Burst results for "Thirteen Years"

LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

LA County wants Vanessa Bryant to undergo psychiatric exam

"Los Angeles county wants Kobe Bryant's widow to undergo a psychiatric examination Vanessa Bryant says she has experienced severe emotional distress that has compounded the trauma of losing her husband and thirteen year old daughter G. on a in a helicopter crash last year she's suing LA county alleging invasion of privacy claiming first responders took and shared graphic photos including one of Kobe Bryant's body from the crash site the county wants Vanessa Bryant or other family members to be evaluated to see if they truly suffered emotional distress besides the Bryant seven others were killed attorneys for the county say they have great sympathy for Kobe Bryant's family but see this case as a money grab I'm a Donahue

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Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

Betty Lynn, Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' has died

"Actor Betty Lynne best known for playing Thelma Lou on The Andy Griffith Show has died at the age of ninety five she died Saturday after a brief illness I'm marquees are a letter with a look at her career Betty Lynn had a thirteen year career acting in other TV series and films before she landed the part of Barney Fife's sweetheart on The Andy Griffith Show some of her first gigs were performing as part of U. S. O. Campe shows in nineteen forty four well Lynn lived in Los Angeles for a good part of her career in two thousand seven she moved permanently to Mount Airy North Carolina where the Andy Griffith show was filmed she said in a twenty fifteen AP interview she was tickled that people still wanted her autograph I'm touched by all of this I I think it's a miraculous kind of thing

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Inflation rises 5.4% from year ago, matching 13-year high

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Inflation rises 5.4% from year ago, matching 13-year high

"From food to furniture goods and services continue costing more as the economy struggles with a boost in inflation due to the virus pandemic consumer prices went up five point four percent last month matching the highest increase in thirteen years while hourly wages went up more than four and a half percent higher prices are outstripping the gains on everything from energy to cars the pandemic shut down overseas factories and slowed ports at home leading container ships at sea and the people paying more for goods that don't arrive for months president Biden will address supply chain bottlenecks to date including a deal to keep the port of Los Angeles open around the clock to reduce price pressures Sager made Ghani Washington

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Social Security checks going up by 5.9 percent, the highest increase in decades

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Social Security checks going up by 5.9 percent, the highest increase in decades

"Millions of retirees on social security will see a big boost in benefits next year it's the biggest cost of living adjustment in nearly four decades of five point nine percent increase in benefits translating to about ninety two dollars a month for the average retired workers over the past decade cost of living adjustments averaged one point six five percent a year the jump comes following a burst in inflation as the economy struggles under the virus pandemic annual inflation is up five point four percent from a year ago matching a thirteen year high the

Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from her conservatorship

The Mom Voice

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from her conservatorship

"Spears is free from her father yes yes so. A judge ruled on wednesday to remove her father as her conservator saying the situation is toxic. Literally the judge said that. I don't think she meant to be funny. But oh my gosh really worked. Did they die earlier this month. Britney spears his father jamie asked to end the the controversial thirteen year conservative ship. He will now be replaced by a temporary conservator. Who's a certified public accountant to take over his daughter. Sixty million dollar estate so as part of his suspension he will have to hand over all records to the new conservator back in july. If you guys remember this britney spears broke down at a hearing saying her father has ruined her life by controlling everything from relationships to having more children to work mincemeat horrible right for years. Britney fans have been protesting this conservative ship using the hashtag free brittany in the belief that her father was exploiting her a termination. Hearing of the conservative ship is actually set for late december but will most likely be moved up especially after this news

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Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship

"A major development in the Britney spears conservatorship case a judge in Los Angeles has suspended Britney spears father from the conservative ship that is controlled the singer's life and money for thirteen years now at a hearing Superior Court judge Brenda Perry said the arrangement reflects what she called a toxic environment and should end that harmonizes with the petition from spears and her attorney Matthew Rosen guard that spears needs to give up his role as conservator the move is a major victory for the singer who pleaded in dramatic hearings in June and July that her father needed to be gone I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Americans Find Ways to Remember Fallen Soldiers in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Americans Find Ways to Remember Fallen Soldiers in Afghanistan

"I wanna talk about yet to great comms. This week one on atom lacks all. We can talk about adams campaign off. And you're right he fuses the party. It's a national race. Nevada is everything. It's the fifty first vote but earlier in the week probably five days ago. Americans have not forgotten that thirteen soldier. What you mean. Of course your headline writer got wrong. It's eleven marines. One navy cormon. One soldier killed in the afghantistan suicide bombing last night. John draws five for fighting concert talked about them. Repeatedly played blood on. My hands also played a couple of songs. All for one really. Americans have not forgotten any of those who've died or been wounded in this war but the national news media has. Yeah absolutely you know what's really is. Founding is immediately when this happened. You started seeing these these These these table settings ray at ad bars as hubs a restaurants where where there would be a a table set for this thirteen Men and women who lost their lives in afghanistan. And then you would see the thirteen years and then you would see in like white tablecloth restaurants thirteen glasses of wine and then went even further and it hasn't stopped. I see it around where i live where people have thirteen chairs in their yard just With with their team flags Setting decided it and And and and people are showing it in all kinds of different ways and it hasn't gone away and i think what the national media is missing and what this administration is missing is. This moment has left an imprint. On the american psyche people have have really Sort of paused and thought about afghanistan and thought about how we left and have not let go of that. And i think the important distinction is is. It's not because they didn't want people to leave what they wanted. Awards show still go on. It's not about that at all. It's about how we left. They argument isn't the disappointment and sadness and and the Sort of imprint. In their brain is about how we left.

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Britney Spears court filing says conservatorship should end

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Britney Spears court filing says conservatorship should end

"Britney spears is taking a big step to end the court arrangement that is why her life for the past thirteen years you might be surprised to know that for all her complaining about her conservatorship Britney spears has never formally asked the court to end it until now that is she's filed paperwork saying that she agrees with her father that the court arrangement be officially terminated the filing says the singer fully consents to a quick end to the conservatory shipped and that puts her in harmony with her dad who asked for the same result earlier this month while the filing marks a rare instance where her and her dad James spears C. I. tai it's not the Koombana Yom moment that it appears she says getting her dad out of the conservator ship is a necessary first step in regaining her freedom I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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What to Expect at the Apple iPhone 13 Event

The Tech Guy

00:43 sec | Last month

What to Expect at the Apple iPhone 13 Event

"Tomorrow as the crow flies. Apple will Do an event iphone thirteen year. Probably four models have already been kind of revealed at the fcc. So what would that be a thirteen thirteen pro thirteen pro max and a thirteen mini. That's my guess. We should also hear about new air pod pros these third version of those air pods This time with silicone tips. Wow maybe new apple watch to. There's a pretty good likelihood of apple watch series seven. That may be hard to get at first because of a chip shortages there. You haven't.

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Producer inflation accelerated in August, as wholesale prices rose record 8.3% from a year ago

Wall Street Breakfast

00:19 sec | Last month

Producer inflation accelerated in August, as wholesale prices rose record 8.3% from a year ago

"Higher commodity costs drove. China's factory gate prices to rise in august by their fastest pace in thirteen years as demand for coal steel and other raw materials pushed china's producer price index nearly ten percent higher in august from a year earlier. That's the fastest increase since august of two thousand eight.

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Britney Spears' Father Files to End Court Conservatorship

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Britney Spears' Father Files to End Court Conservatorship

"A big development in Britney spears fight to get out from under court control those free Britney calls may be close to being heated Britney spears father James has filed paperwork to end the court conservators ship that is controlled his daughter's life and money for thirteen years now the paperwork filed in Los Angeles Superior Court a judge now has to sign off on it to make it all official but it does appear that spears will get to determine her own fate minus court supervision I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The Divorced Entrepreneur With Candy Valentino

Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer

01:28 min | Last month

The Divorced Entrepreneur With Candy Valentino

"Did you start. Where were you when it looked like you were facing a divorce. So gosh well. I think to give a little bit of back story. I met a man that was thirteen years. My senior and being Very independent and successful. I thought it was very difficult to find someone that aligned with the same things that i was into and certainly no one my age because i started so young. I really didn't have anything in common with most men my age so it was a natural progression that i kinda found Somebody older that had also had achievements in success right so that was kind of the beginning part of it and as far as like what what i was thinking about when faced with the divorce. I think it was more of less. There was so many things right. I think that when when that comes before us we feel loss. We feel grief. We feel embarrassment. We feel guilt. We feel so many different things being super positive being over calmer. I am not want to give up easily. Which is a great attribute in. It's also can be your detriment. I did not want to give up. I wanted to make things work obviously. You talk about my nonprofit. I'm a rescuer by nature. So i was trying to rescue a situation rescue person so i think in the beginning if i just had to summarize the feelings that i was experiencing when facing divorce those would probably be some of them. All all of the The loss feelings that we go through when we start to realize that this isn't what we thought it was going to be.

Lawyer: Britney Spears 'will not be extorted' by father

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Lawyer: Britney Spears 'will not be extorted' by father

"There's a new development in Britney spears effort to get out from under her father's control Britney spears is claiming that her dad is trying to squeeze another two million dollars of payment of the conservator ship before he left to go and the entertainers campus calling that a form of extortion in a court filing spears lawyer says they will not let her be shaken down by her dad as he gives up control of the legal entity that has controlled his daughter's life and money for some thirteen years now they say spears dad is already gotten millions of dollars of the singer's money but for his part Jim Speirs says he has always acted in his daughter's best interest this latest spat will be hashed out in a court hearing set for later this month I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'

The Breakfast Club

02:05 min | 2 months ago

R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'

"Well we've been following this. Are kelly child. That's taking place in brooklyn and let me tell you this one. It was a third woman who testify. She's now thirty nine years old but she said that she was abused sexually. Abused are kelly when she was seventeen. See also said our. Kelly told her and two other people. He should be allowed to have sex with a very young girls because he is a genius. He mentioned that he liked young girls. And that people make such a big deal out of it. Even look at jerry lewis. That's what she testified that he said. And that's jerry. Lewis is the one who married his thirteen year old cousin. He's a rock and roll singer. She said he's a genius and medina's we should be allowed to do whatever we want. Look at what we give the world. That was kelly's explanation To this groceries going by the name stephanie. While she's on the stand she told the court that she first encountered r kelly when she was sixteen at the rock and roll. Mcdonald's is chicago back in ninety eight. She was with her boyfriend best friend. Our best friend's boyfriend. An employee of r kelly gave her a slip of paper with his number on it. Even though she said she was sixteen he said r. Kelly wants you to call him. She said she had no intention of doing that. Throughout his number but the following summer she was working at a hotel and she heard he was making an appearance at a nike store around the corner. Her best friend was an aspiring singer. So she thought that she could introduce it to them and it would help her career. She said she ran into him as he was exiting the store they started talking and a week later. They had their first sexual encounter while she was seventeen. She said she went to a studio and they had sex after she waited a few hours to even speak to him. She said that she had low self esteem at the time of their meeting and she had already experienced sexual trauma from a family member and from a former boss. She said it was a hard time her life. She says he did keep seeing him and he was either very nice charming or he was very controlling and intimidating. She said the sex was humiliating. Control everything instructing her and how she should mon even and then he would. I don't even know if i could say this on the radio so i won't say that part. But she said she would leave feeling disgusted and less than and that he would make her assume a specific sex position. Then leave the room and make her hold it for hours and he would yell at her if she moved

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Witness: R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Witness: R. Kelly Once Compared Himself to Jerry Lee Lewis

"Another day of interesting testimony and R. Kelly sex trafficking trial in New York City depending on what you think about R. Kelly's guilt or innocence it's a comparison of his musical talent or the the ultimate self own a witness that is sex trafficking trial says Kelly once compared himself to rock star Jerry Lee Lewis with Kelly saying they will both miss understood geniuses who like young girls and because of their musical talent should be allowed to do what ever they want of course Lewis married his thirteen year old cousin decades ago the witness is the third woman to testify as a Jane doe against Kelly all say they were sexually abused by the singer Kelly denies it all I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Interview With Ryan Star, CEO of Stationhead

The Voicebot Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Ryan Star, CEO of Stationhead

"Ryan style. Welcome to the voice podcast. Thanks for having me okay. So you're recording artist. How did we get here. Why are you on the voice by podcast. Jump right in that fitting on the voice fought. Podcast might might earliest memory of how i would have gotten here a started with my voice. It's the most degrade say that. I remember memories memory. Strike me one would be like you know. Thirteen years old sitting down with guitar Knowing records and using my voice the voice was there to dream to inspire. You know a world of people that that through music and songs the way the way. My heroes has fired me to do that. Thing right like a very star the voice at the same time at that age. My mother environmental was taking me around town Beginning townhall in my local community. Things like that to get recycling for the school districts and bish again understood the power of voice and actually. I'm assuming that the voice. Maybe other generations grew up believing in more but i grew up in who cares nineties grunge generation and i felt like i was the only kid thought. Not one voice can change the world. I really carry that. My whole life especially artistically. When one day radio found me made me. I got a call on a z. One hundred the morning zoo radio contest. Night i fifteen years old or sixteen years old going into senior year of high school elvis durant famous damon voice and bon. Jovi called me on air and announced that. I'd be opening for them jones beach where i grew

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Britney Spears Under Investigation Over Battery of Staff

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Britney Spears Under Investigation Over Battery of Staff

"Authorities are investigating singer Britney spears for misdemeanor battery involving a member of her home staff emerges our letter with the latest the Ventura county sheriff's office says deputies went to Britney spears is home Monday night after a staff member said spears struck her no one was injured the sheriff's office is not giving details spears's attorney Matthew Rosen guard says the investigation is tabloid fodder regarding a cell phone and the investigation should have been closed immediately spears is under scrutiny lately because she is seeking to end a thirteen year conservatorship that has controlled her money and personal life

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Defining Calisthenics with School of Calisthenics Co-Founders Tim Stevenson & Jacko Jackson

Moving2Live

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Defining Calisthenics with School of Calisthenics Co-Founders Tim Stevenson & Jacko Jackson

"What is meant by calisthenics or water. Calisthenics effectively was talking about progressive body weight training. So people will Wrongly put in the box of pushups in. Maybe pull up as exciting guess. Callous things to say that a lot further and often the kingpins of movements things. Muslims handstands human flags strength based hansen work. That kind of stuff. Oftentimes he has a kind of a borderline with some of the strength based yoga positions. That people will be will be familiar with as well. There's kind of an overlap. There brace all the way down. So i mean a lot of my training. These days were focused around what we would call fundamental skills of just using bodyweight on pushing and pulling patterns without beyond balls or rings typically close kency chain kind of movement said one fix on the floor or in the on a ball and and yeah as feroza big paul of it was around play and that was one thing that we found when we go into it it was just gave us the freedom we being strengthened condition for while i was going into the gym which like jacko and being on a squad for the next four weeks lead to five rep zoysia. Do ten reps right. What are one. But i'm basically doing the same thing. We found calisthenics. Rely all this new stuff we can learn like it was just fun and to to how it starts in why we now have a school of calisthenics taio ganic process. We started playing around with it. Far enjoyment is that the story jacket mentioned before was had two shoulder reconstructions at the latest one antonio the physio decaying shoulder the rehab. Bassi didn't work. So i decided if i could learn to hanson and that would give me some confidence that how to stable shoulder that was the starting point and we kind of just explored played around with it and then some people at the gym that we were trading at the time just came in last as if he was to put a workshop on. We were obviously making progress. Because we were flipping all when we started. I really bad too. Old birkin will be placed trying to learn things me twelve or thirteen years old. It was quite funny. How bad we were. But we saw arrives which we'd be used what we are kind of analytical brains and what we learned from sport breaking movements down and we workshop on and some people came. We told them to do a human flagging seven weeks. I'm relaxed. you know this is. This is fun to be teaching something a bit

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"thirteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Would have never given him let me give you sort of new wants even available let me give you two things first of all there also would have been one other thing missing from the story today his thirteen year old daughter what about his thirteen year old daughter would have been in prison so she wouldn't have been lost but there's there's another way to look at this and it's controversy ill and and highly unpopular but I think it's I think it's possible that it is true and I'll give it to you here in one minute so there's a new report out about a major software company when I say major I'm what I'm about to say applies to two hundred and fifty million customers over the past fourteen years but apparently during that time they had unprotected database which contains service and support logs for customers just like you in the logs were emails IP addresses all kinds of things literally anyone with a web browser who came across this database would have access to all of it but that's only for two hundred and fifty million people so are you one of them it's important to understand how cyber crime is affecting all of us identity theft is another serious issue you know the drill somebody's identity is stolen every two seconds and you're going to miss a lot of the things that will be the portal for the bad guys into your life that's why there's a LifeLock nobody can prevent identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses but LifeLock sees the threats that you.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bryant and his thirteen year old daughter were on that flight fans are flocking to the house that Kobe belts overnight grieving all around downline huge crowd showing up outside staples center and at the crash site talk about the greatest player the great one of the greats man right we all grew up we all felt like we knew Kobe also overnight the NTSB arrived to begin investigating why the chopper crashed flight tracking data shows an increase in airspeed and a loss of altitude seconds before impact I like stone ABC news Los Angeles giants of the game also paying their tributes like former Laker Kareem Abdul Jabbar my thoughts with you absolutely rest in peace on when this loss is it's just hard to comprehend go with gun that from a video Abdul Jabbar posted on social media fears of the corona virus spreading into Colorado there unfounded following a weekend test K. was country during is live with the latest yeah this comes as a patient who had a history of travel in Wuhan China arrived at Saint Anthony's hospital in Lakewood Friday according to hospital officials and what the details are still little bit murky the Colorado department of public health and environment says a patient did test negative for coronavirus over the weekend the CDC is requiring public health entry screenings at five major U. S. airports but D. I ate not on the list there port official though says they are working closely with the state department of public health and environment and are monitoring the virus reporting live Connor Shreve came away news one person is dead following the morning crash near seventeenth Avenue in Peoria police say a pedestrian was hit and killed around six thirty roads closed in the area while the investigation plays out so far no word on a cause a deadly officer involved shooting is under investigation in Aurora and it started as a Chasen Denver as officers tried to arrest a guy wanted for multiple armed robberies the chase that ended with shots fired after a pair of carjackings there were three people in the suspect vehicle but one person was involved in the middle of the park deputy chief of police barber archer there the wanted person was an adult's man he was transported.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KTOK

"Stabbing of thirteen year old is under arrest following his testimony investigators focused on a pond inside Manhattan's Morningside park near Barnard College the prestigious school where the freshman victim was studying please say it started as a robbery attempt the three teens went into the park with the intention of robbing someone and initially set their sights on a man but got spooks according to police they then attacked Tessa majors a freshman from Virginia she's only been in the city for three months thirteen year old suspect told investigators he saw feathers come out of her jacket when she was being attacked by one of his friends they grabbed her put her in a chokehold and rated her pockets before stabbing her leaving her bleeding that's fox's Jackie Heinrich reporting aggressive dad's listen up don't take the law into your own hands and Arizona father learned that the hard way authorities say he fatally beat a man who tried to follow the dads teenage daughter into a restroom stall forty one year old Melvin Harris was waiting outside a convenience store in Phoenix last year his daughter told him that a man later identified as Leon Armstrong try to enter her stall inside the stores restroom our stats to store security guard to handle the situation or else he would handle it himself he later told police that Armstrong took a swing at him so he reacted by punching kicking and stomping Armstrong who died several days later from a severe brain injury Harris sentenced to eight years in prison Celgene Grasso fox news Honda is putting you in the passenger seat the feature allows the person sitting in the driver's seat to use the phone or watch a TV show instead of paying attention to the road under one clue the technology in the next model of it's a luxury alleging to Dan in Japan next summer according to reports it'll cost me a clipping of about ninety one thousand dollars Japanese officials have approved rules that would allow the partial self driving technology starting next spring in the U. S. at that level of autonomous driving technology isn't currently allowed Hyundai.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Method of methodology and the dell Wamsley methodology for financial fitness so to speak coming up with the term for it and the reality is is that were I am comparing Davis materials as to that of being a kindergarten in financial information department compared to mine which is doctor real science type stuff it's master's or doctorate material top of the line the largest and greatest results the people of the best how do I know that the best because for the last thirteen years in a row one of our live shows members has won the national park association's top rules the investor of the year award thirteen years in a row somebody from lifestyles has been the best apartment investor in the country let me say that again the last thirteen years in a row the lifestyles member one of us one of our lifestyles members it's never been the same one we each year a new person applies and a multiple people climate each year a new person is chosen by the National Park missiles ation from forty four thousand independent investors nationwide forty four thousand independent investors nationwide and they pick one and for the last thirteen years it's been one of our members each year so it's pretty obvious that that's a wind tunnel think there's any other sports teams out there that have come to that kind of a winning record of total war whatever so it's pretty hard and disclaimed we're not the best financial education program out there the people to go to college for finances come out get jobs my people are teach are being taught to be able to retire in two to five years and be rich so we're talking about tremendously difficult imagine going to college in your professors as you're gonna come out of this college program in two to five years of this college you will not go to work you will retire and be rich think of the difference two to five years in going to this college you will have the right to work for forty fifty years of your life it may be retire if you save in working bust your **** completely different type of idea right same thing with the Dave Ramsey concept you can work you can slave you can save you can work you can sleep you can save you can eat beans and rice and drive a broken down car and deliver pizzas on the weekend to make up extra cash these are the kinds of ideas that he believes he should you do and what's weird is that people actually do this stuff the crazy stuff that they do right some of the stuff that I've heard they do is ridiculous like you want to be on a budget so what do you do you put all your money it's going to be spent this week or this month in the envelopes and then you take that envelope to your shirt so you go to work with this loops as lunch money and that's all you can spend that your lunch money right then you have your gas money for the week and that's in an envelope and you to get in your car and you spend that amount that's all you can spend it it said rich center everything use bandage can go a little envelope you gonna take it your head and carry it around to you needn't I mean just look at the futility it's embarrassing actually so let's talk about is what he calls baby steps seven baby steps the first wall why would you name something baby steps well pretty obvious your baby steps ET be little teeny things that very for the ignorant and or financially weak people can start with and that's the key word start with but they are not the end all be all yet people believe they are in take anywhere from two five to ten years to accomplish so let's look at these ideas and then let's talk about the difference the first one baby step.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Real Senate chose a thirteen year pathway thirteen years and there's a long time yeah yes I think this is a good amount there are vigorous had not and murmurs of agreement but there are few loan dissidents yes well if you like a ride yeah like for something yeah if you wait three years a little too short which is still a kid I feel like for so I think maybe like ten years then Kathleen jump things happen in the three years that yes criminal maybe we don't know person well enough three here yeah this stirs up the kids that bad but it's clear that they're starting to feel constrained by the rules wire three thirteen and twenty years the only options they have after all they're the senators in the room don't they make the rules suddenly a new idea starts to take hold six six the senators decided on a seven year wait and with that the committee back in the Senate.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thirteen year old Milwaukee girl shot and killed in her home Sandra parts was hit by a stray bullet while in her house near thirteenth at Hopkins in November the man who pulled the trigger Isaac Barnes will be sentenced today today's T. M. J. force Katie Crowther's outside the Milwaukee county courthouse just two years before the thirteen year old died she won an essay contest in which she wrote about living in a place where she sees examples of chaos every day into many children dying to gun violence well today represents some level of justice for her family they will be in the courtroom as twenty seven year old Isaac Barnes learns his fate according to prosecutors he is the one who fired the gun one of the bullets went through Sander parks's window striking and killing her in June bards pleaded guilty to the shooting damage to a school from a crash not will not extend summer vacation Cortez is charged with felony fleeing police after he crashed his car into beaver dam middle school late Wednesday night leaving behind a seven foot by thirty foot hole fortunately all indications would be that the integrity of the building itself and as a whole is not been jeopardized fevered and superintendent mark to Stephan el tells W. B. E. V. radio there are some potential page points here but I am I am optimistic and based on the information we have I'm I'm still confident that start it's not gonna be impacted any laws get WTMJ news news about your money stocks tumbling on wallstreet after the president ordered US companies to consider alternatives to doing business in China CBS business reporter Jason Brooks says the Dow had been in positive territory for the president started tweeting about China the market pull the one eighty into the red on a series of tweets from president trump hammering the fed for not doing more like cutting rates now and also responding to new Chinese tariffs on US goods telling US businesses to bring their companies back to America the Dow closed down over six hundred points today Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg just completed treatment for a malignant tumor discovered under pancreas the Supreme Court says Ginsburg completed a three week course of radiation therapy earlier this month this is the fourth time Ginsburg has been treated for cancer coming up Green Bay Packers are back stateside following a unique preseason game in Canada WTMJ new sign for three Milwaukee's.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"What else he sent in Mexico, and it's interesting to actually hear his perspective on this thing in he kept tabs with the administration back home during the whole normally trip to Mexico. And now I've told Mexico on stop this onslaught this invasion. People get angry when I use the word invasion. People like Nancy Pelosi that honestly did on the what the hell. Talking about it isn't invasion. Well, what did we have yesterday was one hundred thirty thousand I think it one hundred and forty four thousand it was it was the biggest ever in, like thirteen years in a month. That's an a month under forty four thousand people waiting to get in at the border in one month. That's on top of the hundred thousand a month before the hundred and twenty thousand a month before that. I mean it's crazy. I just saw a figure actually just a few minutes ago. They said that they're expecting by the end of this year to have detained a million people trying to get into the country from through Mexico. In a million. An invasion. And Mexico is we've all seen provides transportation for many of these people trains, trucks buses, or they did over. I really do. I truly think this is gonna work there petrified at not only the tariffs that'll cost them five percent each month. This goes on, but also losing companies losing businesses that would leave Mexico. But yes. And, and I think that's you know, a lot of people oh, you shouldn't mix politics and immigration and terror of some, blah, blah, blah connected in Trump's, like, why not if it works music, you know, and, and it seems to work so in the event that it's going to stop Mexico from just chaperoning, these people through their country, then all the power to them. It just don't buy things coming in from Mexico, if you could avoid it, if you don't want to pay the extra tariffs. What are you upset that? Alec Baldwin will no longer play Trump on Essono. They never like, well, actually I had to give credit because he does a good Trump. I just didn't like the way it was portrayed. But he was out of material after the first or second month. He did it on. That's the real reason behind the no more material to go on. Yeah. He's trying to say that. Oh, you know what? What I want to spend the weekends with my wife and my kids know, it's, it's a resurrected his career. Let's remember that because what was Alec Baldwin doing before that not much. Here's the real reason SNL's ratings are in the toilet. It didn't help surprised that show still on the air to be Quito's with you, does it live on its clinic memory. No, no God. No. Because nobody from the day is watching it anymore. I used to love the economy night. The Saturday nights in college. You were home, but I mean that was the original crew Steve Martin's of the world, the Lorraine Newman Chevy. Chase is a great show that great show where it's gone downhill since then. That's what we're going to be saying tonight. Wow. You actually going to go buy a ticket. Now. I'm gonna I'm gonna tell you more than you like till nine o'clock tonight. It usually it's ten but just to be on the safe side by nine o'clock tonight. Make sure.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With thirteen year old girl than dropping her off at a hospital where she later died as being held without bail tonight. Here's WBZ TV's Louis. Moeller. Often Barry on a to fourteen Carlos Rivera's hands were cuffed behind his back Tuesday, and please have not guilty entered on the forty seven year olds behalf on charges. He assaulted two teenage girls and gave one of them cocaine before she died. You're on your behalf. Police say was here at this Lawrence multifamily home, where Rivera indecently assaulted a thirteen year old girl from amesbury last week and a sixteen year old girl on an earlier date. Investigators say he also gave cocaine to the thirteen year old before dropping her off at Lawrence General Hospital on the afternoon of may twentieth. She was pronounced dead shortly after arriving there. But the medical examiner has not ruled on her cause of death Rivera's public. Defender did not object to him being held without bail. Tyngsborough woman gets jail time after pleading guilty in a crash nearly two years ago that killed Christopher voice of Bedford. Here's WBZ TV's on arenas Rodriguez. Linda wolf was sentenced to three to five years in state prison. The fifty two year old pled guilty today to charges of motor vehicle homicide and driving drugged and you understand that by pleading guilty? You're admitting to the truth of the facts that were just stated. And is that essentially what happened? Prosecutors say on August of two thousand seventeen DeWolf knowingly got behind the wheel of her sob high on painkillers and LaRosa. Pam hit a car ninety five forcing red sedan onto the motorcycle. Christopher wise was riding to work. The widow of Christopher wise, says she's satisfied with the sentence given to wolf when resorts pays a record thirty five and a half million dollar fine and will not appeal the state gaming Commission's decision company's board of directors says that fine as long as the half million dollars assess to CEO Matthew medics paid ahead of Friday's deadline to pay up or repeal and beacon hill. Lawmakers are considering a number of sports gambling measures Boston-based draft kings wants the state to allow online operators to offer sports betting outright, but the state's three casinos want a requirement that online operators partner with a an established casino to get into the sports, wagering business just ahead union hospital in Lynn. Is to close next year. Seven three traffic.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The thirteen year old girl girl for eight days is sentenced to life in prison at the sentencing hearing, Jamie's attorney rid a statement written by the thirteen year old cheek Patterson will never have any power over me. I feel like I have some power over him Patterson, telling the court, I will do, like absolutely anything. Exactly. But the judge telling him, you are the embodiment of evil Patterson, getting two life sentences for the deaths of Denise Jamie clause forty more years for kidnapping, Jamie and no parole. Ryan burrow, WGN news for the second day in a row, mayor life of pushing for a safe nonviolent holiday weekend. She says the our city, our safety plan includes twelve hundred extra officers on the street, but it's not the only thing that will help keep the violence in check. We all have to be all in to make sure that the city is safe. And she says people need to turn criminals in along with extra policing the city. We'll also have activities for kids at nearly one hundred Chicago park district locations. A federal judge temporarily blocked Mississippi law that would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detective detected. Mississippi is one of several states that have pushed enact bans on early abortions. This year, the law was supposed to take affect ally. I British Prime Minister Theresa may announced her resignation today. If I was her. Repeated attempts to negotiate a Brexit plan with the British parliament President Trump s about it before heading to Japan's decided to do something that some people were surprised that some people aren't as for the good of a country may will stay on as caretaker, prime minister until the new leader is chosen while it's expected to be a stormy and wet Memorial Day weekend. In Illinois state of emergency has now been declared it all of Oklahoma.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Thirteen years. Pam. Now, another update from the governor our radio news center. Local news headlines on wwl radio. Tennessee department of environment and conservation mobile household. Hazardous waste collection service will be in coffee county this Saturday from eight AM to one PM at the solid waste of twenty one eighty murphysboro highway a handful of high profile proposals in Tennessee, you're being spike has state lawmakers lowly inch closer to jerning legislative session for the year. One thing they put a stop to gun violence awareness day. And also vote proposing that courts could punish people for making too many wineries deemed as a harassment a Bill that would require more. Tennessee, small businesses to use the verify program to screen whether workers have legal immigration status to work in US has passed the state house and legislation banning abortion. Once fetal heartbeat is detected. Stalled into the sea on Tuesday. That's a look at your local news headlines. Check out stories online anytime at wwl radio dot com. And. That graded please. Brings me six minutes past the hour. The Rick and Bubba show eight cents since we big. And thank you for being with us. We started this hour with national anthem our national anthem today. Gladys knight. Oh. What? Two. Crumbs. Thank you, eight and a half minutes past the hour. Rainy rickandbubba. Our starting right now coming in the rickandbubba broadcast. Tell important as we lose. Are your calls. Always a big part of it. And we look forward to chatting with you. Daddy, calls me, pumpkin ridge above university. Taking your phone calls right now. Earning her degree and commonsense. Jalen free hers works alongside Adler on the TV side of things you can watch us live on YouTube. You can also listen to this when America's greatest radio stations on the Rick and Bubba radio network. You can hear some podcast archives. You can listen to streaming on the tune in half. Those are available for you. Grab them all keep your arsenal. Full. And we thank you for being with us. However, you're accessing the show today. Speedy the real Burgess.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well done well done well done. Wow. That was an amazing job. Well, done fifty six thousand paid off in thirty months as a single mom, but her college age daughter does it man. She does it. That's amazing. She say, she saves money, the family trees, change sheep cash for car. She's paying for her education. She goes, this is awesome. Very very well done. Shelly. Congratulations. Very proud of you Amy is with us in Los Angeles. Hi, amy. How are you? Hi, I'm well. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? All right. I recently went through a divorce, and I am in the process of rolling over the Lynch to a traditional IRA, I called the company, and they asked me they surprise me and told me that about half of that is coated as after tax contributions. In which case, I have the option to either role that portion over to a Roth IRA more I can pull it with no taxes and no penalties. I double check that with the tax professional, and they confirmed that I can pull that portion without taxes and penalties. So given that I'm wondering if this still counts as cashing out retirement, only to avoid bankruptcy foreclosure, or if because there's no taxes and penalties. Should I treat this like a non retirement assets? And use it to pay off a lot of my death be a non retirement asset, not pay off your debt, you're coming through divorce. Everything's changing how long were you married? Thirteen years, and what is your income? Well, I am a home school mom, but I'm in the reserves disabled that so I have a lot of different sources. So putting it all together. It's actually pretty good about ninety five ninety five thousand. Okay. That's my my style. My time that I serve and that includes a timeshare that includes child support that does that includes my child's for selfless for everything. Okay. How much are you getting out of this deal? I got. So I actually divorce was final almost almost exactly one year ago. Okay. I came out with fifty almost fifty seven thousand in the last year, I've paid off almost twenty four thousand got another thirty three thousand ago. And how much? How much is non how much is that you can pull out as we're gonna treat like a non retirement asset twenty two five just about enough to finish thousand five hundred. I'm sorry. I didn't hear. Okay. I'm just thinking. Well, here's the trade off. Okay. There's nothing wrong with cashing that out and using it to pay off this debt, and I probably would. Okay. The possible trade off is is that your only about fourteen months from being debt free. Right at your current pace. I mean, you paid off twenty four last year. You only have thirty three right? Right. And so I'm kind of tempted to let this money lay there and make you a millionaire even faster since it's already in a retirement program. Because once we pull it out of this retirement program. You can't put it back.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Vehicle extra thirteen years, new technology, and I wanted to compare it though with a Honda and Toyota the reason that I got a Subaru in the first place. I certainly was not intending to was I got my little consumer report. And I was looking for safety, and I was looking for a back deck to throw all the fertilizer and everything more easily in and I did not want a bottom opening back deck how like the top opening one of the Forrester. What what compares size-wise safety wise and back, deck wise. I guess. With a Honda and Toyota to the Forrester. Oh my goodness. That's that's am not. I'm not quite following you on the back deck thing to be honest. You know on on the forest or you lift up your back door, and then you've got a flat. Platform in there. And it's real nice. I even have one of the custom trays. You know made out of forever. And it's very convenient for me too. Unload and load bags of fertilizer mulch. All that sorta thing that yard owners have to take care of. I think you'll find that with all the SUV's today that wasn't always the case, especially back when you bought your last one. But I think today you're gonna find I I don't know of any that have any kind of lip or anything that you'd have to pick this stuff up over the top of a typically just slide whatever's in there out. How much the Forster's going to have more cargo room than the CRV or the rat for? It's it's a larger vehicle. And I just had the nineteen four stir maybe a month ago. I've got a review in video my website. If you wanna take a look at it. I thought it was spectacular. I aside like a broken record. And I realized that, but I don't know what else to do about it. But the system on that Forster is a true life saver and there's nothing else out there. You. And gail. I if I had a loved one I'd put him in a Subaru. That's just the way it is. I like I like the quality of the ramp for and the CRV. But today, I think I'd put the to right there with it as far as longevity typically, the Ravin the CRV or good for two hundred and fifty thousand miles. I think this Forrester does really close to that without any issues at all. It's a very understated sixty five thousand. Okay. Have you ever? Have you ever want used the wheel drive system? Oh, well, I like the four wheel drive. You know, it's easier to turn. Yes. And two wheel drive. A really do like that. I do too. And don't like about a Subaru is. It is no easy. I think you'll see that that has changed dramatically. I noted that in my review that that was one of the things that they really had made good strides on it's it's it's not day from the one you've got trust me on that. But Dr one and make sure that you lack aside is now standard on all the Forster's is what I understand. So it's going to have it. But that's something that I I would strongly make the case the you should make sure that you got just make sure there's there and gilmer Subarus are dealer. If.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"McVay took over putrid? Here's what he inherited people say he narrated foreign twelve and he did and they were the laughing stock of the league and people thought Jared Goff floodplain play and suddenly Jared Goff became a Pro Bowl caliber quarterback. Right. But think about this since two thousand four up until last year that's thirteen years of football. They had not been above five hundred not one the last two years. They have won a combined twenty four games after twelve win last year. They went eleven thirteenth thirteen proven. Yes. When you win two more games that's better than the year before after winning seven more games the year before that. We do jug job leaves. That's insane. Weekdays at three pm eastern Pacific on Fox Sports radio off a lot of talk going on about working with diva dealers. Have Antonio Brown? The biggest drama Queen in the National Football League twelve we've got our own set of divas. Slight clay Travis Dan, Patrick, Colin cowherd. Just think about that. Rob parker. Chris Bruce, Jason Smith, Mike Harmon diva of them. All then maller. Not that I toot my own horn RJ bell is a close second straight up. Fox Sports radio. College hoops are where it's at Monday on. I know Brassica takes it to the court against Indiana. And wisconsin. Maryland and aiming of college hoops on half. That's why. Six thirty eastern on. Car landing on a roof to a car landing in the pool. We've covered it Dr farmers. We know what thing to because we've seen a thing or two. Harbors? Bob. Insurance exchange. And every state. Steve Harvey Kerry roads, we're.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Prohibition was back after thirteen years. Long time between. And by the way, you know, what else is not American impeding on freedoms and beating on the individual freedom on people's liberty. If you're not hurting somebody and you want to partake at home and something I had no problem with it. But it just it's it's this narrative, and I listened to that guy infuriates me. No, no, no, no. No, no, just because it doesn't work doesn't mean we still don't do it. That's that's the problem. So probably go with the damn immigration debate. It's not working the way that we've done in the past where we should stop doing. It this way. Why last time I checked insanity was definition was what doing the same thing over and over again and not getting a different result. It's frustrating. It is. And this is the debate that rages on and I just I you can look at across the board. And I just love the fact that just because well doesn't work and it costs money. Well, we don't stop. That's un-american. I thought it was being using ingenuity. That's that's very American. Well, let's find something that does work, right? Nope. Nope. Let's keep doing the same thing over and over again. That's insanity. Now, don't don't care. Don't care three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at me. And I'll get some people. Two gateway drug, you know, what all of my friends who partake in drugs and did certain things, and I had some friends who who had real issues. Let me tell you what the first thing was that they part took it. They started smoking. They started drinking then then. It was on. Weed and other things, but it started with smoking and drinking. I, you know, parents are working house empty after school or even during the middle of people ditch and they'd go over there, and they'd party. That's how it started many of you listening. It'd be text me. I remember those days three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us love hearing. From course, Trump today down on the border, mcallen tax in Texas. And you know, he's he's doing his thing. And it's it's nothing is going to get done. Because no side wants to get anything done in a way that is meaningful in real. And I think we realized that today. So you know, what I just go say lovey and move on three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show that there be your Twitter. Carshield. Is a thing. It really is. I love it. I use my CarShield all the time. I don't you. Don't know my cars in great shape. But I I use my buddy get CarShield my friends going through some right now with their car and carshield's handling business, SK rental car. She got all this stuff. She's apprised, and they don't want people surprised though. Like, really, yeah, they protect you from the what if when.

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"thirteen years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:56 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And she is thirteen years old. Hi, welcome to our program. Thank you for having me. You bet. I tend to Catholic school in strong Stowe, Ohio and every Friday, we have a current event topic. And we pick a side, and we debate about it. So it usually ends up being political. So this week our topic is whether or not it should be easier for immigrants to become US citizens, and I was looking through any website. I could to find credible information. But it seems helpless because the only things I could find where Pinon dated. Essays from CNN some two thousand ten so I was wondering if you could help me with this problem. Why can tell you what I think about your question? Can I ask you a question? I sure how is it? You're not in school today. I mean, it's fun afternoon. Ohio up. I'm sick today. I I didn't get away with that very much. I tried. I tried. I hope you're not too sick. You sound you sound good. Yeah. I've been sick for about a month. So but still going to school, but today was just really bad. But you are going to go tomorrow and you're going to participate in the question. Oh, yes. And have you been given a side to take in this? Or can you take any side you want based on what you really think are you supposed to research this and find out somebody else's opinion. What are you what what is your assignment here? If there is one. So we're we're supposed to do is. We're supposed to pick a side. And we're supposed to get statistics about it. But I don't understand how supposed to go statistics for this topic because there's nothing really to get accept what the American people think about it. Well in researching this is a problem. I think with the internet in general. Is is finding untainted strange objective news now one of the one of the places I would suggest that and I don't have the web address, but you might try the US census bureau. Not census, you might try a US government websites looking for data on immigration and citizenship justified that what the numbers are how many and we're talking legal here. How many people are admitted into the country on an average annual basis? And what do they have to do to become citizens and are their visas involved? Can they come here for a few years in advance of citizenship? And if so on what kind of visas, it, it can get it can get pretty complicated. I can give you the the overall theory of immigration. That has always governed the subject in the United States. And in a nutshell when you catch the question, should it be difficult to become a citizen after? Yeah, it should be. And it's it's not overly hard as it is now, but it should require some commitment. Because the United States, and this is probably what you're going to have trouble finding on the web. I'm giving you this is opinion. But it really isn't. It's it's opinion based on my knowledge of the founding of the country, and how the country was intended to be and what it became and there's no other country likeness in the world. There is no country in the world like the United States, not even free western democracies? We're the only country in the world with a constitution it limits. The government that provides for the privacy of the citizen over government. We do not have a constitution that limits. What people can do. We have a constitution limits. The government that has that had never been done before in the history of the world. Most people. Even today. Most people alive today live under some form of dictatorship or tyranny, and they have nowhere near the freedoms that we in the United States, they they don't have anywhere near the economic freedom and liberty or prosperity that we have which is why we're such a targeted destination for people we stand out. And it's precisely because this country was founded on the basis that human freedom and human liberty and the human mind unfettered leads to exceptionalism and greatness, not that we're better than any other people on the earth. But because we have fewer restraints and restrictions on us that we are freer to reach our potential as individuals and as a population. Well, this led to the establishment of a distinct American culture, and by culture, I mean, rules and regulations and morality by wish the citizens of America live by and this culture was itself rooted in the premise of individual liberty where you could pursue happiness while living your life on afraid of what you think unafraid of what you say. Unafraid of where you go because your government does not have the power to penalize you for it. So this kind of unshackling of the human being led to untold. Innovation and progress, economic prosperity. And it our our population growth we purchased Louisiana purchase. And and. One some territories the population growth of this country, coupled with that unique never before seen in the world freedom and liberty unleashed a population. Like the the world had never seen. We we nations had been around for thousands of years say in Europe or the Middle East. We in less than two hundred years had two clips them by a factor of ten in just basic standard of living circumstances. Something simple things is like it's plumbing sanitation water. Inventions such as air conditioning and flight and electricity and so forth. Leading the world and all kinds of innovation led lead to untold millions of people wanting to come here in order to preserve this country. It ought to be a very specific task for somebody not a citizen to become one. If they come here via legal immigration. They do have to take a test and those who endeavor to become citizens and pass the test. It's one of the most proud days of their lives. If you've ever been to a naturalization ceremony we ever seen one televised. It is one of the proudest days of their lives to become quote, unquote, an American they learn the language they become familiar with the customs. They do not sacrifice their nationality. If they arrive here is Italian still Italians touted Americans, but they become Americans. It's a good thing to become an American to be a participant in this unique distinct culture. Well, what's happening is that unique distinct culture is being diluted and watered down by record numbers of illegal immigrants who want to become citizens, but do not want to have to do anything. Required to become a citizen other than show up. And that's why so many of us feel the country is at risk. And threatened. We are a nation with a culture and a society worth preserving as as hard as it takes as long as it takes us as much as it takes to preserve it, and we're under assault. There are people who think that our society is exclusionary it's unfair it discriminates. And all of that is literally a bunch of Kaka we have in the past had problems, no nation on earth has done more to address discrimination injustice, and it's an ongoing thing that the people of this country engage in each and every day while being accused being racist, sexist, bigots and homophobes, but I'm drifting away or the bottom line is that America is so valuable to the world America is so important preserving the culture that led to this exceptionalism is worth preserving and it ought to be hard. It ought to take some effort. To become an American if you have grown up, and you've not been educated, and you have to come at you ought to become a citizen, you need to learn what it takes people born here. Grow into it. And that that birthright if you if you're born here, you're a citizen, so you don't take any tests just grow up and hopefully become an American. But if you're we're in charge every nation should be in charge of who gets in. And who doesn't every nation should have the ultimate right to determine who gets in and becomes a citizen who doesn't there's nothing discriminatory about that. There's nothing unfair about that. It's necessary to preserve the country is is that's why we have borders and so forth. So the short answer to the question is. Yeah. It it it it should not be easier to become a citizen. It's not that hard now. But it takes some level of commitment. You wanna see some degree of commit anything? Nothing in life should be easy. Nothing worthwhile is easy. Everything worthwhile. Does take some effort. Some cases a lot of it. Not in a way, you can go other than my website. To read what I just said. And you you will be able to do that very shortly. We transcribe my brilliance, and my monologues very quickly here. We get enough at Rush Limbaugh dot com, you're free. If you did remember all that you'll be able to free you'll go to Rush Limbaugh dot com and a maybe an hour in. It'll all be there. If you want to. But if you wanna find the numbers and the statistics, you know, what how many apply how many get in that. That's going to be some. Government website. You might you might try something like the center for immigration studies. If you just do a Google search for them, they have statistics from homeland security and other government websites. There's the two thousand nine yearbook of immigration statistics. Again from the center for immigration studies. That's a it's a it's a think tank, but it is. A think tank devoted to the accuracy of immigration numbers applicants the process, and and so forth. And so just just remember center for immigration studies, this Google that. And I'm sure you'll get right? You get the link and get right to it. Thank you. I just wanted to say, my parents have been listening to you for over twenty years, and our family is a huge fan of yours. And my dad was able to get on your show was and now I was able to get on your show once and it's just really happy. Why you've made my day. I appreciate it. I you ask me a question that actually means a lot to me. It's why I continued. I maybe said more than you wanted to hear. But once I get going on this at matters so much to me that I I ended up desiring and wanting to be persuasive, and I'll admit that. So I appreciate your patience and tolerance. And I hope that did it did it help or did it confuse you. Definitely helped. I mean, I'm going to school where there's a lot of liberal teachers who aren't afraid to give their political opinions like for example yesterday. I had a teacher that was saying that President Trump is going to tempt to change the fourteenth amendment. I mean, it's hard to have conservative beliefs when you're in such liberal school. I know I know they're trying to intimidate you out of it. Trying to force you out of your your teachers are probably of the bent that the United States has been so unfair over the years to purple and gays and lesbians and transgenders and other people of color. I that we own them. If they wanna come here that we should stand aside, and let them at we at least for all that we've done the harmless over meters, they look at the United States as a as a negative impact on people of the world, which we don't understand how thinking people can think that of their own country. But they do I appreciate the call. You made the host look good. And I or you gave me a chance to and I so appreciate the fact your family's been out there for all these years listening. Best of luck with your assignment. Tomorrow fat. Call us back, and let us know how it goes. You're listening to the best of rush on the network..

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"thirteen years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

13:56 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"She is thirteen years old. Hi, welcome to our program. Thank you for having me. You bet. I tend to Catholic school in strong style. And every Friday, we have a current event topic. And we pick aside, and we debate about it. So it usually ends up being political. So this week our topic is whether or not it should be easier for immigrants to become citizens. And I was looking through any website. I could to find credible information. But it seems helpless because the only things I could find where Pinon needed from CNN some two thousand ten so I was wondering if you could help me with this problem. Why can tell you what I think about your question? Can I ask you a question? I sure. How is it? You're not in school today. I mean, it's one thirty in the afternoon, Ohio. Yup. I'm sick today. I I didn't get away with that very much. I tried. I tried. I hope you're not too sick. You sound you sound good. Yeah. I just I've been sick for about a month. So but still going to school, but today was just really bad. But you are going to go tomorrow and you're going to participate in the question. Oh, yes. Yeah. And have you been given a side to take in this? Or can you take any side you want based on what you really think or you supposed to research this and find out somebody else's opinion. What are you what what is your assignment here if there is one? So we're we're supposed to do is. We're supposed to pick a side, and we're supposed to get statistics about it. But I don't understand how to go statistics for this topic because there's nothing really to get accept what the American people think about it. Well in researching this is a problem. I think with the internet in general. Is is finding untainted just strange objective news now one of the one of the places I would suggest that I don't have the web address. But you might try the US census bureau. Not census, you might try a US government websites looking for data on immigration and citizenship. Justified out what the numbers are how many and we're talking legal here. How many people are admitted into the country on an average annual basis? And what do they have to do to become citizens and are their visas involved? Can they come here for a few years in advance of citizenship? And if so on what kind of visas, it, it can get it can get pretty complicated. I can give you the the overall theory of immigration. That has always governed the subject in the United States. And in a nutshell when you attach the question, should it be difficult to become a citizen after? Yeah, it should be. And it's it's not overly hard as it is now, but it should require some commitment. Because the United States, and this is probably what you're going to have trouble finding on the web. I'm giving you this is opinion. But it really isn't. It's it's opinion based on my knowledge of the founding of the country, and how the country was intended to be and what it became and there's no other country likeness in the world. There is no country in the world like the United States, not even free western democracies? We're the only country in the world with a constitution it limits. The government that provides for the privacy of the citizen over government. We do not have a constitution that limits. What people can do. We have a constitution limits. The government that has that had never been done before in the history of the world. Most people. Even today. Most people alive today live under some form of dictatorship or tyranny and have nowhere near the freedoms that we in the United States have they they don't have anywhere near the economic freedom and liberty or prosperity that we have which is why we're such a targeted destination for people we stand out. And it's precisely because this country was founded on the basis that human freedom and human liberty and the human mind unfettered leads to exceptionalism and greatness, not that we're better than any other people on the earth. But because we have fewer restraints and restrictions on us that we are freer to reach our potential as individuals and as a population. Well, this led to the establishment of a distinct American culture, and by culture, I mean, rules and regulations and morality by wish the citizens of America live by and this culture was itself rooted in the premise of individual liberty where you could pursue happiness while living your life on afraid of what you think unafraid of what you say. Unafraid of where you go because your government does not have the power to penalize you for it. So this kind of unshackling of the human being led to untold. Innovation and progress economic prosperity, and it our population growth we purchased Louisiana purchase. And and. One some territories the population growth of this country, coupled with that unique never before seen in the world freedom and liberty unleashed a population. Like the the world had never seen. We we nations had been around for thousands of years say in Europe or the Middle East. We in less than two hundred years had two clips them by a factor of ten in just basic standard of living circumstances. Something simple things is like plumbing sanitation water. Inventions such as air conditioning and flight and electrobi- and so forth. Leading the world and all kinds of innovation led to untold millions of people wanting to come here in order to preserve this country. It ought to be a very specific task for somebody not a citizen to become one. If they come here via legal immigration, if they do have ticket test, and those who endeavor to become citizens and pass the test. It's one of the most proud days of their lives. If you've ever been to a naturalization ceremony we ever seen one televised. It is one of the proudest days of their lives to become quote, unquote, an American they learn the language they become familiar with the customs. They do not sacrifice their nationality. If they arrive here is Italian they still Italians touted Americans, but they become Americans. It's a good thing to become an American to be a participant in this unique distinct culture. Well, what's happening is that unique distinct culture is being diluted and watered down by record numbers of illegal immigrants who want to become citizens, but do not want to have to do anything RIC. Acquired to become a citizen other than show up. And that's why so many of us feel the country is at risk. And threatened. We are a nation with a culture and a society worth preserving as as hard as it takes as long as it takes as much as it takes to preserve it, and we're under assault. There are people who think that our society is exclusionary it's unfair it discriminates. And all of that is literally a bunch of Kaka we have in the past had problems, no nation on earth has done more to address discrimination injustice, and it's an ongoing thing that the people of this country engage in each and every day while being accused being racist, sexist, bigots and homophobes, but I'm drifting away or the bottom line is that America is so valuable to the world America is so important preserving the culture that led to this exceptionalism is worth preserving and it ought to be hard. It ought to take some effort. To become an American if you have grown up, and you've not been educated, and you have to come. You ought to become a citizen you need to learn what it takes people born here. Grow into it. And that that verse. Right. If you're if you're born here, you're a citizen, so you don't take any tests just grow up and hopefully become an American. But if you're we're in charge every nation should be in charge of who gets in. And who doesn't every nation should have the ultimate right to determine who gets in and becomes a citizen who doesn't there's nothing discriminatory about that. There's nothing unfair about that. It's necessary to preserve the country is is why we have borders and so forth. So the short answer to the question is. Yeah. It it it it should not be easier to become a citizen. It's not that hard now. But it takes some level of commitment. You want to see some degree of commit anything. Nothing in life should be easy. Nothing worthwhile is easy. Everything worthwhile. Does take some effort. Some cases a lot of it. Now, I don't know whether you can go other than my website to read what I just said. And you you will be able to do that very shortly. We transcribe my brilliant, and my monologues very quickly here. We get enough at Rush Limbaugh dot com, you're free. If you did remember all that you'll be able to free. You'll go to Rush Limbaugh dot com. Maybe an hour in it'll be there. If you want to. But if you wanna find the numbers and the statistics, how many apply how many get in that that's going to be some. Governor website. You might you might try something like the center for immigration studies. If you just do a Google search for them, they have statistics from homeland security and other government websites. There's the two thousand nine yearbook of immigration statistics. Again from the center for immigration studies. That's it's a it's a think tank, but it is. A think tank devoted to the accuracy of immigration numbers applicants the process, and and so forth. And so just just remember center for immigration. Studies does Google that. And I'm sure you'll get right? Get the Lincoln get right to it. Thank you. I just wanted to say, my parents have been listening to you for over twenty years, and our family is a huge fan of yours. And my dad was able to get on your show was and now I was able to get on your show once and it's just really happy. Why you've made my day. I I appreciate it. I you ask me a question that that actually means a lot to me. It's why I continued. I'm maybe said more than you wanted to hear. But once I get going on this matters so much to me that I I ended up desiring and wanting to be persuasive, and I'll admit that. So I appreciate your patience and tolerance. And I hope that did it did it help or did it confuse you. Definitely helped. I mean, I'm going to school where there's a lot of liberal teachers who aren't afraid to give their political opinions like for example yesterday. I had a teacher that was saying that President Trump is going to attempt to change the fourteenth amendment. I mean, it's hard to have conservative beliefs when you're in such liberal school. I know I know they're trying to intimidate you out of it. Trying to force you out of your teachers are probably of the bent that the United States has been so unfair over the years to purple and gays and lesbians and transgenders and other people of color. I that we owe them if they wanna come here too. We should stand aside, and let them at we at least for all that we've done to harm them over MIR's. They look at the United States as a as a negative impact on people of the world, which we don't understand how thinking people can think that of their own country. But they do I appreciate the call. You made the host look good. And I or you gave me a chance to and I so appreciate the fact your family's been out there for all these years listening. Best of luck with your assignment. Tomorrow fat. Call us back, and let us know how it goes. You're listening to the best of rush on the EIB network..

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"And she is thirteen years old. Hi, welcome to our program. Michelle. Thank you for having me. You bet. I turned to Catholic school in strong style Hieaux and every Friday, we have a current event topic and repick aside, and we debate about it. So it usually ends up being political. So this week our topic is whether or not it should be easier for immigrants to become citizens. And I was looking through any website. I could to find credible information. But it seems helpless because the only things I could find where Pinon aided. Essays from CNN. Two thousand ten so I was wondering if you could help me with this problem. Why can tell you what I think about your question? Can I ask you a question? I tear. How is it? You're not in school today. I mean, it's one thirty in the afternoon, Ohio. I'm sick today. I I didn't get away with that very much. I tried. I tried. I hope you're not too sick. You sound you sound good. Yeah. I I've been six for about a month. So, but I've been going to school. But today was just really bad. But you are going to go tomorrow and you're going to participate in the question. Oh, yes. Yeah. And have you been given a side to take in this? Or can you take any side you want based on what you really think are you supposed to research this and find out somebody else's opinion. What are you what what is your assignment here if there is one? So we're we're supposed to do is. We're supposed to pick a side, and we're supposed to get statistics about it. But I don't understand how Postiga statistics for this topic because there's nothing really to get accept what the American people think about it. Well in researching this is a problem. I think with the internet in general. Is is finding untainted just straight objective news. Now, one of the one of the places I would suggest that I don't have the web address. But you might try the US census bureau census, you might try. US government websites looking for data on immigration and citizenship justify that what the numbers are how many and we're talking legal here. How many people are admitted into the country on an average annual basis? And what do they have to do to become citizens and are their visas involved? Can they come here for a few years in advance of citizenship? And if so on what kind of visas, it, it can get it can get pretty complicated. I can give you the the overall theory of immigration. That has always governed the subject in the United States. And in a nutshell when you attach the question, should it be difficult to become a citizen after? Yeah, it should be. And it's it's not overly hard as it is now, but it should require some commitment. Because the United States, and this is probably what you're going to have trouble finding on the web. I'm giving you this this is opinion. But it really isn't. It's it's opinion based on my knowledge of the founding of the country, and how the country was intended to be and what it became and there's no other country like this in the world. There is no country in the world like the United States, not even free western democracies? We're the only country in the world with a constitution it limits. The government that provides for the privacy of the citizen over government. We do not have a constitution that limits. What people can do. We have a constitution limits. The government that has that had never been done before in the history of the world. Most people. Even today. Most people alive today live under some form of dictatorship or tyranny and have nowhere near the freedoms that we in the United States have they they don't have anywhere near the economic freedom and liberty or prosperity that we have which is why we're such a targeted destination for people, but we stand out. And it's precisely because this country was founded on the basis that human freedom and human liberty and the human mind unfettered leads to exceptionalism and greatness, not that we're better than any other people on the earth. But because we have fewer restraints and restrictions on us that we are freer to reach our potential as individuals, and as a population will this led to the establishment of a distinct American culture, and by culture mean rules and regulations and morality by which the citizens of America live by and this culture was itself rooted in the premise of individual liberty where you could pursue happiness while living your life on afraid of what you think unafraid of what you say. Unafraid of where you go because your government does not have the power to penalize you for it. So this kind of unshackling of the human being led to untold. Innovation and progress economic prosperity and our population growth we purchased Louisiana purchase. And and. One some territories the population growth of this country, coupled with that unique never before seen in the world freedom and liberty unleashed a population. Like the the world had never seen. We we nations had been around for thousands of years say in Europe or the Middle East. We in less than two hundred years had eclipse them by a factor of ten in just basic standard of living circumstances. Something simple things is like it's plumbing sanitation water. Inventions such as air conditioning and flight and electricity and so forth. Leaving the world and all kinds of innovation led to untold millions of people wanting to come here in order to preserve this country ought to be a very specific task for somebody not a citizen to become one. If they come here via legal immigration is that they do have taken test and those who endeavor to become citizens and pass the test. It's one of the most proud days of their lives. If you've ever been to a naturalization ceremonies ever seen one televised. It is one of the proudest days of their wives to become quoted quote at American. They learn the language they become familiar with the customs. They do not sacrifice their nationality. If they arrive here is Italian there's still Italians touted Americans, but they become Americans. It's a good thing to become an American to be a participant in this. Unique distinct culture. Well, what's happening is that that unique distinct culture is being diluted and watered down by record numbers of illegal immigrants who want to become citizens, but do not want to have to do anything required to become a citizen other than show up. And that's why so many of us feel the country is at risk. M threatened. We are a nation with a culture and a society worth preserving as as hard as it takes as long as it takes us as much as it takes to preserve it, and we're under assault. There are people who think that our society is exclusionary it's unfair it discriminates. And all of that is literally a bunch of Kaka we have in the past had problems, no nation on earth has done more to address discrimination injustice, and it's an ongoing thing that the people of this country engage in each and every day while being accused being racist, sexist, bigots and homophobes, but I'm drifting away the bottom line is that America is so valuable to the world America is so important preserving the culture that led to this exceptionalism is worth preserving and it ought to be hard. It ought to take some effort. To become an American if you have grown up, and you've not been educated, and you have to come to become a citizen will you need to learn what it takes people born here grow into it. And that that birthright if you're if you're born here, you're a citizen, so you don't take any test just grow up and hopefully become an American. But if you're we're in charge every nation should be in charge of who gets in. And who doesn't every nation should have the ultimate right to determine who gets in and becomes a citizen who doesn't there's nothing discriminatory about that. There's nothing unfair about that. It's necessary to preserve the country has is. That's why we have borders and so forth. So the short answer to the question is. Yeah. It it. It should not be easier to become a citizen. It's not that hard now. But it takes some level of commitment. You wanna see some degree of commit anything? Nothing in life should be easy. Nothing worthwhile is easy. You everything worthwhile? Does take some effort. Some cases a lot of it. Now, I don't know where you can go other than my website to read what I just said. And you you will be able to do that very shortly. We transcribe my brilliance, and my monologues very quickly here. We get it up at Rush Limbaugh dot com, you're free if you to remember all that you'll be able to free you'll go to Rush Limbaugh dot com, and maybe an hour, and it won't be there. If you want to. But if you want to find the numbers and the statistics, you know, how many apply how many get in that that's going to be some. Government website. You might you might try something like the center for immigration studies. If you just do a Google search for them, they have statistics from homeland security and other government websites. There's the two thousand nine yearbook of immigration statistics. Again from the center for immigration studies. That's a it's a it's a think tank, but it is. A think tank devoted to the accuracy of immigration numbers applicants the process, and and so forth. And so just just remember center for immigration studies. Just Google that. And I'm sure you'll get right? You'd get the Lincoln get right to it. Thank you. I just wanted to say, my parents have been listening to you for over twenty years, and our family is a huge fan of yours. And my dad was able to get on your show. And now I was able to get on your show once and it's just really happy. Why you've made my day. I I appreciate it. I you asked me a question that actually means a lot to me. It's why I continued. I'm maybe said more than you wanted to hear. But once I get going on this at matters so much to me that I I ended up desiring and wanting to be persuasive, and I'll admit that. So I appreciate your patience and tolerance. And I hope that did it did it help or did it confuse you. It definitely helped. I mean, I'm going to school where there's a lot of liberal teachers who aren't afraid to give their political opinions like for example yesterday. I had a teacher that was saying that President Trump is going to attempt to change the Hortense amendment. I mean, it's hard to have conservative beliefs when you're in such liberal school. I know I know they're trying to intimidate you out of it. Trying to force you out of your your teachers are probably of the bent that the United States has been so unfair over the years to poor people and gays and lesbians and transgenders and other people of color. I that we them if they want to come here that we should stand aside, and let them at we at least for all that we've done to harm them. They look at the United States as a as a negative impact on people of the world, which we don't understand how thinking people can think that of their own country. But they do I appreciate the call. You made the host look good. And I or you gave me a chance to and I so appreciate the fact your family's been out there for all these years listening. Best of luck with your assignment. Tomorrow fat. Call us back, and let us know how it goes. You're listening to the best of rush on the EIB network..

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