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UC Santa Cruz fires striking grad students, union says

KRLD Saturday Morning News

01:09 min | 9 months ago

UC Santa Cruz fires striking grad students, union says

"Graduate students at the university of California Davis were joining UC Santa Cruz graduate students this week in a strike to demand higher wages as teaching assistants now some have been told that they are being fired at the university of California San Diego third year PhD student Eleanor caster Kane says she works up to fifty hours a week teaching twenty four undergraduate students grading assignments and conducting research second year PhD student Adam Cooper says he's done the same on top of attending class and has worked daily since January sixth both make less than thirty one thousand dollars a year after taxes and struggle to afford rent they say and now they could lose their jobs as they fight to earn a living wage that's what happened at the university of Santa Cruz Friday according to the union representing university of California grad students the union says fifty four striking students at UC Santa Cruz received letters firing them from their spring semester teaching assistant appointments the students seven striking over what they say is inadequate compensation from the university according to the termination letter students will officially be dismissed on March twenty

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Alabama couple struggling after hospital sues over medical debt

This Week In Texas

04:16 min | 10 months ago

Alabama couple struggling after hospital sues over medical debt

"But one hospital Alabama he's suing patients to collect their debt plus interest CBS is Anna Warner speaks with one couple that was working to pay off more than thirty thousand dollars in medical debt when they got sued as part of a series on medical price roulette at their T. shirt screen printing company outside Dothan Alabama Sherilyn Casey Roberts are struggling to stay afloat how's it going slow this is a close and people are making money like they used to be in twenty fifteen the couple found they could no longer afford health insurance Casey said she had a choice between paying the premiums or taking her son out of college I want my son to have a better life okay so what do you do as a parent you sacrifice Casey says she been healthy but in may of twenty sixteen she had an attack of severe abdominal pain unless I thought I was dying a couple like I was dying her husband rushed her to local flowers hospital dot com she needs me to have this surgery now appendix was about to burst she needed a number urgency appendectomy puffy weeks later the Roberts got the doctor's bills which didn't surprise them they came to a little under three thousand dollars but then the hospital's bill arrived the charge over fifty two thousand dollars even with a suppose discount for uninsured patients like Roberts the total still came to about thirty one thousand dollars about those crazy how the hell did I live in an area so how much she and her husband still pay the hospital what they could twenty five dollars a month for nearly three years long as I can work and they'll accept payments we're going to pay because everything that we've ever worked have had to live with paid for yes then in September of twenty nineteen the hospital sued them for the entire balance plus interest the total nearly thirty seven thousand dollars at that point Casey says all told my husband I wish you'd let me die how can you even think that all told one of the newest offset honey I love you all of my family but if you have let me go today you would not be going through this but what she says she didn't know was that original thirty one thousand dollar bill was likely much higher than what you would have paid if she had insurance and some twenty five thousand dollars more than what Medicare would be charged by a hospital on average for an appendectomy just fifty eight hundred dollars so I think in a band of people who don't have insurance and also you'll be saying to yourself what would you do that and they're not the only ones flowers hospital has sued CBS news found last year the for profit hospital sued more than fifteen hundred people it's not clear whether all the lawsuits were over medical bills but in one letter to the court a mother of three wrote with her eleven dollar an hour paycheck she couldn't afford the over eleven thousand dollar bill for emergency treatment I think it's despicable attorney Christi Kirklin works on those kinds of cases and a nonprofit legal services of Alabama they're going to be paying it forever or at least for a very very long time this is not a debt that they're going to be able to get out from under very quickly in court Kirkland says usually the best she can do is get their payments stretched out over decades what the attorneys here call the slow bleed some of these people will be paying five or ten dollars on their debt until the day they die off we wanted to ask hospital officials about their prices and all of those lawsuits on CBS news we were told to make an appointment to see if you want to speak with us on camera okay I'm sorry okay the next week they turned us down instead they sent us a statement saying they try to work with patients but some individuals refused to engage with us to resolve their balances litigation is always a last resort and used only they said for patients who can afford some level of payment meanwhile Casey Roberts has a large painful lump growing on her shoulder I have not been to a doctor I can afford it do you think people like yourself should be having to make those choices should be a choice but unfortunately that's the world we live in in its statement flowers hospital told us it offers interest free payment plans for some patients and looks to see if they're eligible for charity Kerr or Medicaid Roberts faced a default judgment on this in January essentially a court order to pay but they've since contacted legal services of Alabama and attorneys there got that judgment overturned doesn't solve their problem but give them a chance perhaps to try to negotiate and by the way you know the hospital said that some people refuse to engage that with them but in case Robert says she tried to reach out to reach out to the hospital three times they said they would call her back and she never did get a

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Ex-lieutenant sentenced to probation for role in State Police OT theft scandal

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Ex-lieutenant sentenced to probation for role in State Police OT theft scandal

"Overtime abuse scandal of former state police lieutenant as just pled guilty in Boston David Wilson of Charlton admitted he submitted fake time sheets for nearly three hundred hours of overtime that he never worked raking in personally more than thirty one thousand dollars Wilson was just sentence in Suffolk Superior to two years probation and ordered to pay back nearly nineteen thousand dollars of the money prosecutors wanted him to serve one to two years in state prison

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Anthony Bourdain's chef's knife sells for over $230,000

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Anthony Bourdain's chef's knife sells for over $230,000

"A collection of the late Anthony board Danes belongings fetched nearly two million at auction Anthony Burdine's custom chef's knife sold for a whopping two hundred thirty one thousand dollars the website the knife was sold through thought it would only sell for about five thousand dollars other lots up for grabs included a custom U. S. navy jacket with a Tony Bourdain patch which sold for one hundred seventy one thousand and a chrome doc press which fetched thirty five thousand dollars the chef and TV personality died in June twenty eighteen by

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Anthony Bourdain's chef's knife sells for over $230,000

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Anthony Bourdain's chef's knife sells for over $230,000

"A collection of the late Anthony boardgames belongings fetched nearly two million dollars at auction Anthony Burdine's custom chef's knife sold for a whopping two hundred thirty one thousand dollars the website the knife was sold through thought it would only sell for about five thousand dollars other lots up for grabs included a custom U. S. navy jacket with a Tony Bourdain patch which sold for one hundred seventy one thousand and a chrome doc press which fetched thirty five thousand dollars the chef and TV personality died in June twenty eighteen by sue aside back Piper CBS

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Don Dahler, Sarah Lawrence Morris And James Whole Tower discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Don Dahler, Sarah Lawrence Morris And James Whole Tower discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Jeopardy champion has claimed the title of the fastest player in jeopardy history to win more than a million dollars James whole tower is dominating the game and continued as winning streak for fifteenth day CBS, Don Dahler has more game shows James whole sour has no equal. What a stand by your man. What is Sarah Lawrence Morris Mauritian right last week to thirty four year old Vegas resident group jeopardy? Single day record when he won over one hundred thirty one thousand dollars and now holds the six highest one day, total whole towers told. A winning. So far is one million

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EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations

"Today, the EPA announced the ninety six thousand dollars settlement with tesla over a hazardous waste violations at the company's electric car planet. Fremont, the violations rediscovered during an unannounced. Visit by inspectors from the agency's regional office in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen celebrate includes a thirty one thousand dollar fine and a fifty five thousand dollar payment for the Fremont fire department to buy emergency. Sponsor commitment, including a drone with hazardous waste sensors and a second device to detect unauthorized drones that could impede an emergency response. UPA regional administrator. Mike Stoker says the settlement will bring much needed emergency response. Equipment to the city

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"One hundred thirty one thousand dollars different one hundred thirty one thousand dollars difference. But you're gonna say yes, but there's no income tax coming out of the three hundred and eighty nine thousand and there is big income tax coming out of the five nineteen. Well, let's just say that as you take the money out take it out in the fifteen percent income tax bracket. Maybe you're in a thirty three percent bracket. Now, you're in a fifteen percent bracket, then so the gain. You have got four hundred seventy nine thousand dollars and point one five percent. You're gonna take seventy two thousand dollars out of the five twenty seventy two thousand puts you at four hundred and forty eight thousand four hundred and fifty thousand instead of three ninety your sixty thousand dollars ahead of the game. So let's just see what that is. If I get to four hundred and fifty thousand dollars over a fifteen year time plan time period starting with two hundred fifty thousand dollars. That's a four percent rate of return instead of a three percent rate of return. So by just knowing which account would work best. You add one full percentage point over a fifteen year period. Well, if you're alive for the next thirty or forty years that number becomes quite substantial doesn't it? So that's just one sort of obtuse example of how you can use asset location. I'm not suggesting everybody ought to do it. There are individuals that might be an higher tax bracket in the future. But remember as we've discussed many times on this program. There are few things you need to understand the different silos of taxation, as we mentioned, you have a brokerage account that brokerage account is where you might buy the tax free municipal bonds. You have pre tax accounts while the pre-tax account like IRA's and 4._0._1._K's might be better served to own taxable bonds biggest taxable bonds spew out ordinary income and there's no higher income taxation than that on ordinary income..

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Check I wrote for thirty one thousand dollars is on like what the hell really? I wish I had that kind of money Bank account. Plus, I don't think it Bank of America. But there long story short. There was a link that they wanted me to click on there, which undoubtedly contain some sort of a mischievous piece of software, malware, something who knows what virus or something. But. Out of Galesburg, Illinois. But it's not just a local thing. The Galesburg police department. Warning that people across the country. They say. Are receiving phone calls from scammers that are appear to actually be coming from their public safety building building their Engalnd bird. The con artists are using the technique called spoofing. To make you think that the calls are coming from an authority. Or in some cases from a relative. Spoofing? They say is a relatively new trick. But the scammers are just using the same old con that they've used for many many years, we call it the grandparents scam. You get a call from somebody identifying themselves as what are your grandkids. Typically, the grandchild is in trouble, and they need cash. So the spoofer can make it of apparently the spoofer can make it appear like the call is actually coming from the grandchild's cell phone like where their name would show up. Or in some cases, they're making it look like it's coming from the actual police department there in Galesburg, the call, and I guess, I'm assuming the person on the other end of the line tries to identify themselves as someone in law enforcement. And yes, we we have little Johnny. He's under arrest here. And he says he doesn't have five hundred dollars to post his bail or bond, or whatever the hell it be. And if you'd like to take care of that right now, we can send him on his way and they buy into it new scam every day. All right. Tony what's up? Hey, great. Great show tonight. I've learned some things and I'm set for tomorrow, you know, coming up with things that you've mentioned the overnight. But. I do appreciate the call from shell earlier about the about the song. You know, the bait whatever that song is. Baby. It's cold outside. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. That's unbelievable. Isn't that you heard? Well, no that Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer is under attack to because the bully. Correct. Yes, sir. And then also, you know, I was thinking about that the other day any song any of the older songs Christmas songs that have the word gay in it. Isn't that wouldn't that be? Oh. Say that we'll have to ban them. All I know what my God. I try. I was going through my mind. How many do have that? That was a wonderful word adjective that was used years ago, happy enjoy full and so forth. But you never know. But anyway, what I was calling about with the I know you, well, I'm gonna backtrack here. You had mentioned the new mattress, Paul. I was man I was pumped up you mentioned that because we live here bump. Is right on the smack dab in the middle of the new mattress volume. In what you brought up was pretty cool. I don't think I've heard maybe I've heard it before. But I had forgotten that it it's actually could be twenty times stronger than what they have in the in California, the San Andreas fault. And I knew the fact that it's much much. It can be much much worse than what they have in California. And I know the the new fall actually begins in marked tree Arkansas it's north northeast excuse me, north west of Memphis up in Arkansas. And that's where it begins and it runs south all the way down. I don't know. How far down way Memphis down down Mississippi down the Mississippi River, and you had mentioned in eighteen hundreds. That is a fact the they had that map that double massive earthquake on the new Matt Ryan, and it actually it or liberty. Did it ran the Mississippi River ran backwards. It did create it created a a beautiful wake up. I haven't been there before it's about seventy miles north of Memphis called real foot lake. It actually created that lake and that that is location, by the way. It's very well. Known for the bald eagles and so forth that up there. But anyway. That part of the history of the new bathroom fault. And and I was asking a lady at Walgreens that just walked out of Walgreens what she if she heard much about Memphis taking any precautions. And I think she had mentioned, and I've heard this before the downtown area the newer building they are being designed withstand earthquakes. But otherwise, this city would be I'm serious, David. It'd be man, we're we're obviously not not prepared for it. And they've been talking about it for fifty years. You know, the big one is coming anytime. We we haven't really had in my lifetime. I grew up here. And I swear I don't recall I heard of some minor, you know, we've had minor. But nothing that calls any literal shaking that we could see and so forth. So I guess it's just all unfortunately, it's all building up waiting for the big one to happen. But anyway, I appreciate that story that you brought out. I wasn't even aware of what happened in east Tennessee that pretty sad. But last Wednesday more ends about four fifteen last Wednesday morning. Oh, wow. Okay. We'll see. I don't. I don't read the local rag here deliver much. I don't watch the local news, but I can tell you who picked her nose. You know? On wednesday. But anyway, what I wanted to mention I did have a chance to see Rudy Giuliani on Fox News with Chris Wallace. And the one part that I remember specifically what's his he was going going at it with Chris Wallace concerning the four or five different things that well, the collusion. Deal that it's not that it's been proven false. Just one thing after another Giuliani completely blue Chris Wallace waste showing image saying that you know, these things were not proven. But it particular he was talking about. Mentioned Cohen and Giuliani, basically called Cohen serial wire, and I think folks realize there, and then also he was talking about the Flynn situation. It's interesting today. It'll be very interesting to see the here. What happened with the Komi interview that's going to happen in Washington today? And I know Kevin. One of the committee. He's one of the committee members that'll be asking questions with Mr. Komi, and he's really excited about it. Because they these new revelations that just came out concerning the way they handled the Flynn questioning and the way the way they apparently let him into a trap. I know the Wall Street Journal Renan's radical article about that. And but it'll be interesting. But you know, it can you believe that the that? Honestly, what did the last time we spoke with them? I guess it was last week about two hundred forty times. I can't remember I don't recall. A lot more. That's all we're going to hear what I have. No recollection. Exactly. I mean you and I Hello. They call them for something than we do that dad meet. I mean, they're gonna call us on it. I would think but we'll see maybe maybe Mr. Munoz. And also, I think trae Couty is going to be there. They're all pumped up about this. But. I think the new hope with a new DO the head of the DOJ bar that hopefully we'll be nominated. I think someone said today that knows him walk backwards and forth that he will pursue. He literally will forget all the collected turning Hillary would I've been here into this guys, you know, holds barred and he'll he'll go after them. And that's I think that needs to happen. Rather than being a one way street works both ways, right? Craig sent me an Email said that whole spoofing. Thanks, steve. I got a neighbor that fell for that? She sent him three thousand dollars that's three thousand bucks to try to get her grandkids out of jail or something. Well, all right final time out back in two on ATM. Now an ad from dad. All right. Save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive. What is this? This looks good. Wow. Where did you get this? I'm talking to you with the hair. Yeah. Where did you get this?.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Way matters show. We at nine eastern on MSNBC. Thanks you at home for joining us this hour very happy to have you with us on a night where we have some big news for your soul for your soul for your conscience and for your country. The unexpected news we have to report and discuss tonight is that apparently. Shame still exists. You thought it was gone. You had good reason to believe that shame what was extinct. But we have just tonight stumbled upon evidence of shame if not accountability, at least a little bit of shame in American politics. It's so unfair. It feels like we are covering something in a foreign language, but I swear this really happened today knocked me over with a feather. That's where this up it. All right. You might remember early this year we learned that Ben Carson who had been a Republican presidential candidate, ran against Trump in the primaries. Then he endorsed Trump for president after he dropped out of the primaries. Then Trump named Ben Carson to his cabinet named him, secretary of HUD, housing, urban development. You might remember early this year that we learned that Ben Carson upon moving into HUD as the head of that new agency. He decided that he needed a thirty one thousand dollar table for his office. Remember that it was. Like a dining set. I'm not clear why you'd need a dining set in your office if he dines in his office. I don't know. I nine in my office, but I do so over the keyboard. Unfortunately. But Ben Carson wanted a thirty one thousand dollar table to dine. The way that we're little scandal shook out is that a career official at HUD told Ben Carson that he couldn't do that..

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Debt do you have not counting your house? Not counting my house. My husband has a student loan of roughly a hundred thousand dollars. Good lord. Yeah. And then our credit cards total to about thirty one thousand right? Right. You're not doing a written budget. I do do my written budget every month. There's enough money here to pay these bills. Hundred and nine thousand one income. You can pay that student loan payment. You can pay thirty one thousand dollars worth of credit card debt. It's doable. There's room in this budget. I don't know what you're spending your money on. So I am able to pay it. I'm only paying the minimum on all the cards right now. That's what you need to do. I I it is you pay all your minimums. And then after that you make a list of your dad's smallest to largest while you're paying minimums on everything you pay all the you can on your smallest debt APR does not enter into this discussion. Okay. Good. But you should get this stat reduced really really fast. But the problem is we're looking at our we have to put our youngest into daycare because the tax provided we have now can no longer keep our. So we don't have any money to free up to put her in childcare. And that's part of the problem. Right now with much is your house payment, our house payments are two thousand dollars. Oh, yeah. You can't afford. Okay. I recently a lot of that was with my escrow account with my homeowner's insurance, which I just recently changed that won't come into effect until the spring because they've already paid it out in full. And I changed it like, I guess a little too late pretty much. So I won't be the benefit of that. Until next year. Yeah. Here's the thing. You have to get yourself in a position where your income versus your outgo leaves you room to clear up one hundred and thirty thousand dollars worth of debt. You have to you cannot just say, oh, I have a daycare problem. Oh, I have a problem. Oh that problem. You can't you just can't do that. You're not at the mercy of this math. This math is at the mercy of you. And so if you cannot cut lifestyle and cut things out of your budget enough to be able to attack this ridiculous amount of debt. You all have. Then you probably have to sell your house because you're a very hot house payment. Okay. Your house payments more than a fourth of your take home pay. Yeah. And alive as our property taxes. Yeah. And so that's what squeezing you. You've got to get the income up or the out go down somewhere. Okay. Because you've gotta find some margin in here. Otherwise, we're just treading water. Right. And that's that's just a rat in the wheel and mathematical. You don't wanna just run run run run run run run have artifact die. I mean, that's that's no life to be a rat wheel. So we've got again, it's kind of mathematical logjam these last two callers that you've got to do something radical. So, hey, thanks for the call. We appreciate you. Joining us. Let's push Paul's just a second and talk that through because sometimes you do face that. Where you've squeezed and squeezed excretion squeezing secretion, it's still there's no ability to throw chunks of money at the debt to make the debt. Leave the thin. You have a pretty desperate situation. The last two callers are facing that both of them. And so desperate situations required. Desperate measures. Extreme situations require extreme adjustment. Now in the old days. My great grandfather, David L, Ramsey the. I was he owned a lumber operation. In the hills of Kentucky, and they would go in cut trees and the way they got the trees to market. Well, they put them in a river. And then push them down the river. Big big logs going down the river. When you get to a turn with all these logs and the river, they jam and they won't make the turn. It's a congestion like on the interstate in Houston. And you get jammed up and the way they got rid of the log jam. That's where the word logjam came from or the phrase logjam the way you got rid of that is they threw dynamite in the middle of it. And it blasted those trees up in the air and throw him out onto the banks and everything else, and it blew him forward and bloom backward, and it it created movement. They lost some of their production. They lost some of the logs in the process, but they were able to get the thing flowing again in the log jam was broken loose. And that's what you've gotta do when you're in one of these mathematical logjams you have throw dynamite in the middle of it. And so that means you might take a job working eighty hours a week..

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And then a fairly good we'll. Be, happy with that car I want my Dr Phil looking, at the mill This kid is serious We started. With, like a Honda Twitter I started I will not be driving anything that can be considered a newborn BreX over Luxton above my car doesn't cost two hundred. Thirty one? Thousand dollars why not I? Mean why doesn't it Just seems like an exorbitant amount to spend on a car it just seemed foolish mail I. Just wouldn't? Spend it, on the car Well I I want to We're, talking, about me here We're talking about me. Here, what a great kid now what in the world has happened over the last fifteen years to produce this pile of garbage child who still could be cold. Into a decent human being. But good luck with that. Sounds like a tall task she's, called some like. Beverly Hills Brad or something I think it was, the name of the show but it's like that just shows you and. Whatever struggles, we all have you know various economic pressures, are pressures raising our kids our, kids raising their. Own kids all that stuff you see something, like this and you think how could somebody let that that horse get that. Far out of the barn and then there's another clip. That goes along with it I don't have time to play, on the air right now but it shows them after the taping of the show like, back in addressing room because of course they have cameras rolling again and the, kid in, the mother saying, you know the mother. Saying we're both in Bob she's trying to parents are now we're both in. Bubbles and we just need Burst those bubbles and start fresh and new because this just isn't. Going to work this asking for all this money and. The kid says she's not gonna have it and she feel, and then she cries later in that Dr Phil clip you to start crying of course, see if the tears work she cries to her mother and then ultimately the, mother says, I'm so sorry, what can I what. Can I do to make the pain start you need to inflict some pain Backer hander out, of that Seir, violence theory well I mean that only in the sense that you need to, with leadership, backhander out of thinking that. Way and putting her on. A path of, of realism because, sooner or later, the oh karma? Train comes into the station she's going to have? A rough rough time in life Whatever your problems are on your parenting room mine in mind that sort of thing they're kinda, dwarfed when a mom has a challenge that she made herself there's no talk of Dan I think there. Was a divorce situation and that's the only reference I heard to dad so I don't, know how. Much dads involved this or that, or whatever a boy that is. A kid that is rotten to the core us.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Let me manage what this has been a good thing for. Me and I just needed help I'm overwhelmed I totally get that I mean. Especially, when when you look and you understand not all of us are trained on how to deal. With money You. Mentioned you got thirty one thousand dollars in. Debt walking through the process of really understanding what. Steps you can take and what. You should. Do, but, I want you to hear me. Before I even started dive in on. The technical side I. Know you can do this I know I I you tell me you're seventy five you're working seventy two hours a week you're a hard worker now what we. Want to do is plug in with a plan that's actually going to work so financial peace university as a course that will definitely help you it's a nine week course. There will help you learn to budget. Attack debt. And walk through it. And Kenan are, going to give that to you as a gift today, I'm good at giving. Away Dave stuff that's right so you really are I am. Good and I want you to plug into that promise me you'll. Go promised me. You'll walk through this? But understand where. You, are right now. It doesn't. Have to be where. You end up unless. You stop, that's exactly right and you know what this is inspiring Chris Diana causing seventy-two she's killing she's working like crazy If she continues. To have that health and ability that she can actually get out of that and that's the hope Diana that we want you to have what we've given you today is. Dave playing if you watch that at. You work. Work your way through. It and do, exactly what Dave says to do how he says you're, going to be there. Before you know it oh yeah and and Kim people are. Surprised because the ultimately what they needed was a plan and they. Needed some hope. And that's exactly what? Peace university will. Do, that's right millions. Of people. Have been through it If you're. Like, Diana. And you need hope go to daveramsey dot com look for class get FPU and take it will coming up. More of your calls about your life your. Career your. Money this.

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Housing reportedly managed to find thirty one thousand dollars to put a new dining room and his office i guess nobody would they that that don room you just come to my house give thirty one thousand dollars in my mind for a dining table for an agency that's cutting billions away from poor people is you know poor judgment no matter who made it instead of taking responsibility mister secretary you seem to want to blame others your wife pick out the furniture without knowing the price you get to figure rob ben carson excuse me getting hammered left and right in the media and even in hearings over a dining set for thirty thousand dollars year you know what the man should be given on award for getting an entire dining set for only that much when we've got andrew mccabe the deputy attorney a deputy fbi director buying one table i seventy thousand dollars can we play the montage there of the media and the democrats getting outraged over andrew mccabe spending seventy thousand dollars on his conference table we got that we got no montage on that why is that do we have one clip not one no no one morning joe you gotta come on morning joe scarborough nothing on the seventy thousand dollars yeah apparently andrew mccabe spent seventy thousand dollars which is more than his porch by the way just barely because it was a used free i'm sorry probably a nine eleven seventy thousand dollars conference table and and here's the real scandal behind it not just the media double standard or the democrats double standard in this town slamming ben carson for no good reason no here's the real scandal the only reason we know about this is because chuck grassley the chairman of the senate judiciary committee complained that the justice department had written dak did that amount from one of the documents that they had were forced to disclose to congress they redacted it as if it was national security as it was protecting someone's identity for safety purposes they redacted the seventy thousand dollar amount for the conference table because it was embarrassing actually it's more than embarrassing it could very well be washington's mall w m a l washington comes to talk university of maryland university college celebrates national military appreciation mommy with a salute to our service members who protect our lives and inspire us with their service you uc graduate and.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Washington post a his office head not according to an inquiry from washington post reporter jeff stein i figured out how much this program would cost k i guess the estimates are you talking about one to two trillion dollars here we'll get to that in a second however on an individual basis how would it work out if you add in fifteen dollars an hour forty hours a week no overtime just forty hours a week okay you gotta be making about six hundred dollars a week you multiply that by fifty two weeks a year you're up over thirty one thousand dollars these these are people who are now unemployed end in addition of course you'd have to provide benefits and the estimate estimated cost of benefits would be about ten thousand dollars so means essentially every unemployed person in america would get a federal government job god knows doing what but they get a federal government job which would cost taxpayers about forty thousand dollars a year now there are right now twenty five to fifty million american workers making less than this forty thousand dollars year a lot of people blow that well if people below that who are working now are making less than forty you're going to have to increase their wages not fair to say to people who are unemployed hey we'll give you a job for forty grand a year when you add in benefits while the person who's working wherever is making less than that that doesn't seem fair so the question the the the estimates are according to this column in the washington post assuming most of them did the rational thing and signed on meaning these are the millions of people who are unemployed that would make for about a one trillion to two trillion dollar annual program which would be more than total expenditures on social security with men maybe medicaid thrown in for good measure so the question is here we have we have to sort of competing viewpoints you have the democratic viewpoint and i'm not saying all democrats agree with this i'll ask all of them who command if they do but bernie sanders wants a job everyone at fifteen dollars an hour now.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on The Takeout

"As i understand it that was a recommendation for from the travel the doors travel travel on is it a problem i don't know i i got to know what the policies are and whether or not ryan followed them and whether or not he saw permission on a fair thing to do is wait and see what happened in why and on the doors he was a front about that if it was a recommendation for security i don't think he won't cabinet level officials overruling the security experts so we'll gather all the facts and then and then see where they take us how about ben carson at housing and urban development with a thirty one thousand dollar said of furniture and it was rescinded and appropriately so and again dr carson says that he learned about that from media reports and we'll see we'll see what the investigation turns up but but if that's true i if he stop it when he learned about it then it's fair to ask how to get that far along but he also deserves credit for stopping it let me ask you about some issues percolating in the political conversation of our country after the parkland shooting there's been a tremendous amount of activism very visible by students not only there but across the country what is your overall assessment of that what you think congress should and more importantly will do in reaction i think the activism is fantastic i have kids not that much older than the students at parkland and.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Okay but the point is whether you're trying to look as ripped as jack dozen those promo photos we put online or you just wanna feel human again you really can't do any better than beach body on demand look you can access to workouts from pretty much any web enabled device that's a phone that's a laptop or even old computer monitor you got to do chrome i don't know but if it's web enabled and does video you can get it there and they even have nutritional programs to check out too because i'm only eating caesar salad is not ineffective nutrition plan so there's no excuses anymore to ignore your health and not take it seriously because they are hooking the gang up with a free trial membership just text td's e to thirty thirty thirty and you will get unadulterated access to their entire platform for f r e e free just text td's e to thirty thirty thirty indoor back and we wanted to talk about the deep state something that is really becoming a problem right now how miles i mean look the defeat from what i'm reading is responsible for most of the world's problems yeah you know from there was a like i think what last year there was a congressman former congressman texas who was basically caught like funneling money into a charity of his own creation it was facing criminal charges for that but the deep state framed him you know i think most recently we found out that the deep state was also responsible for ben carson's thirty one thousand dollar dining room set way really yeah yeah it wasn't that it was because they were busy like taking the whoever is down on your your bro.

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Ben Carson points to wife on $31,000 HUD dining set purchase

Atlanta's Morning News

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Ben Carson points to wife on $31,000 HUD dining set purchase

"The bill would provide in gwinnett county sandra parrish wsb senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he has confidence in special counsel bob muller in the russia investigation will go wherever the facts lead him and i think he will have great credibility with the american people says he agrees with the president's lawyers than muller should be allowed to finish the job while the one attorney claims the justice department is out to get the president president trump calls russia's president vladimir putin in order to congratulate him on this really house spokeswoman sarah sanders says the president did not bring up russia suspected poisoning of an ex by in britain or moscow's us election interference auger megani report senator john mccain late in and mr trump on twitter saying presidents shouldn't congratulate dictators on winning sham elections secretary ben carson claims he had nothing to do with the purchase of a thirty one thousand dollar dining room set for his office he says he left it to his wife to pick it out if anybody knew my wife they realized how ridiculous this he's supposed frugal person in the world he says he stopped the order once he found out the price wsb's jamie dupree says carson admitted to lawmakers he's been slow to learn the ways of washington wsb news time five forty nine next update on morning drive traffic includes look at i five seventy five in less than two minutes the only fiveday forecast on it letter radio accurate and dependable on news ninety five five.

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Ben Carson points to wife on $31,000 HUD dining set purchase

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Ben Carson points to wife on $31,000 HUD dining set purchase

"Student is dead after shooting to others leaving one of them with a life threatening wound and fedex is turning over evidence to police after a package explodes at its process etc south of austin texas more details on those stories coming up on the cbs evening news with jeff glor at seven thirty tonight on wbz a new york judge denied is president trump's attempt to get a lawsuit filed by a former apprentice contestant dismiss no one is above the law a judge here in manhattan wrote in denying president trump's bid to dismiss a lawsuit from summer zavos who appeared on the apprentice and accused mr trump of making several unwanted sexual advances on the campaign trail donald trump repeatedly denied the accusations but the judge said the zeros lawsuit cannot be dismissed just because he has now become president it is settled the judge said that the president of the united states has no immunity and is subject to the laws for purely private acts aaron katersky abc news new york under fire for buying an expensive dining room set for his office housing and urban development secretary ben carson tells a congressional hearing then he led his wife choose the new furniture without knowing how much it cost next thing that i quite frankly heard about it was that this thirty one thousand dollar table had been boy i said what the heck is that all about investigate mmediately headed cancelled carson says he left it to his wife because he was too busy to pick out the dining room table for his office wbz news time seven twenty one new hampshire getting more than eight million dollars in federal money for state conservation and recreation projects.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The highest levels of the trump administration presidents is the reports of imminent staff departures are overblown a very exaggerated and false sorry but he says there will always be change press secretary sarah sanders the president wants to make sure eddie as the right people in the right places for the right time mr trump is said to be frustrated over certain cabinet officials extravagances thirty one thousand dollar furniture order for the office of hud secretary ben carson has been canceled va secretary david schulkin has repaid the government for his wife's fair on a ten day european tour steven portnoy cbs news the white house authorities he's in texas continue to investigate a chemical plant explosion one employee of the plant west of fort worth and accounted for recovery efforts beginning today the explosion happened mid morning yesterday with twelve employees inside the trike him industries plant in hood county texas near the city of crescent crescent mayor bob cornyn says the explosion happened when employees were mixing chemicals what we were told was they were they were mixing chemicals and one of the people mission scraped his foot on the floor and then exploded two people were hurt one severely burned nine people got out safe crews will begin searching for the missing employees today clayton neville hood county texas time one eleven traffic in the podcast it's almost too strange for words yeah i didn't know that that was a thing that could happen until i saw this movie the odd movies that might have escaped your notice wildest and the weirdest coleman's i'm just thinking this movie is not to be viewed alone or has nothing to do with a joint steve nikkei's the and andre bennett for kyw's cinema obscure if you dare look for it.

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Death toll from Florida bridge collapse climbs to 6

24 Hour News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Death toll from Florida bridge collapse climbs to 6

"A detroit and listening to wwe j detroit this is cbs news on the hour presented by dell i'm deborah rodriguez the death toll is up to six in the bridge collapse at florida international university in sweetwater ten injured and police say they do not expect to find any more survivors has turned into from a rescue to a recovery operation i am dade police detective alvarado zaba letter is the possibility sad possibility under the concrete there may be additional vehicles the engineers are working at it in a very tactical way the structure is very fragile and it could be very dangerous to rescue personnel that are still there investigation underway into what caused that structure to come down live to florida and cbs's peter king several agencies are involved including the national transportation safety board which is brought in civil engineering and material science experts the bridge was put together piece by piece then put in place workers were conducting stress tests in two of them were on the bridge when it collapsed cables holding the bridge together usually adjusted to strengthen it and one question being asked is whether they were pulled too tightly during the adjustments deborah president trump has reportedly decided to remove his national security adviser hr mcmaster at the white house will not confirm the washington post story mcmasters possible exit could be one of several to calm two presidents is the reports of imminent staff departures are overblown but he says there will always be change press secretary sarah sanders the president wants to make sure he has the right people in the right places for the right time mr trump is said to be frustrated over certain cabinet officials extravagances a thirty one thousand dollar furniture order for the office of hud secretary ben carson has been canceled va secretary david schulkin has repaid the government for his wife's fair on a ten day european tour cbs's steven portnoy a top russian official now detailing the latest diplomatic tit for tat with britain's foreign minister sergei lavrov says russia will expel british diplomats in retaliation for the uk's decision to expel twentythree staff of the russian embassy in london these diplomatic moves come after a former russian double agent and his daughter were.

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White House shake-up: H.R. McMaster, Ben Carson, and John Kelly may be on the way out, sources say

Total Information AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

White House shake-up: H.R. McMaster, Ben Carson, and John Kelly may be on the way out, sources say

"Great dream kudlow would replace gary cohn who resigned over differences with the president on steel and aluminum tariffs there may be other changes in the offing at the white house cbs's hanadova sources say president trump and national security adviser lieutenant general hr mcmaster have been clashing over policy his departure has been expected for weeks and secretary of housing and urban development ben carson is facing some scrutiny for picking out a thirty one thousand dollar dining room set for his office the order was eventually cancelled chief of staff john kelly and va secretary david schulkin may be in jeopardy as well mike pompeo was tapped to replace rex tillerson as secretary of state on tuesday cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez news time six thirty to the news sponsored by edwards carpet the missouri house votes to repeal the state's prevailing wage law which sets the minimum salary for those working on public projects let's go live to kmart brian feldman michael this would affect workers who repair bridges schools sewers fire stations it would pay them less money so more could go towards the actual project itself republican state rep jeffrey justice is in favour imagine being able to repair eleven bridges for the same cost for what you can build ten bridges for now imagine school buildings be able to bill where you get an extra four or five ruth for what we're paying for now but those opposed to say it's a terrible idea like democratic state rep doug beck you're telling your constituents especially your construction constituents that you want them to make less money that is what will happen that is a fact they also have less healthcare job potala go up safety issues go up they all go up that's what happens the house did pass the bill which now goes to the senate it's worth noting the house passed a similar measure last year but did not make it through the other chamber reporting live brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox the illinois senate advancing gun control measures the chamber approved a ban on bump stocks and raising the legal age age to have an assault rifle to twenty one state senator neil anderson is in opposition to that measure what are you on either side of this aisle once a mass shooting to happen but yet we're going to take a second amendment away from somebody that's eighteen nineteen twenty years old and.

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Students inspired by Parkland walk out of class, call for gun reform

This Morning with Gordon Deal

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Students inspired by Parkland walk out of class, call for gun reform

"The conviction that they should never have to run from guns again hundreds of thousands of students walked instead from maine to hawaii students left class at ten am local time yesterday sometimes in defiance of school authorities who seem divided about how to handle their emptying classrooms lisa medford join fellow students in a walkout in atlanta we are lucky to be part of jury hills where we have a staffing administration who is supportive in our actions as well as the cap county school system that supports fully the student movement and our sued voices being heard in this situation in this dire need the first major coordinated action of student led movement for gun control was highlighted by the same element that has defined it since the parkland shooting eloquent young voices with social media savvy president trump will name larry cudlow the conservative media analysts who served as his informal economic adviser during the two thousand sixteen campaign as the next set of the white house national economic council trump offered kudlow the job last night and sources say he accepted i believe first of all got the greatest and most important thing for this or any other country is rapid economic growth and prosperity everyone that is my basic view and it has been for four decades gary cohn announced his resignation earlier this month over disagreements with the president's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports newly released agency emails show that hud secretary ben carson's wife candy had a direct role in a controversial request to purchase a thirty one thousand dollar dining set for the second terry's office which some watchdog groups say calls into further question his family's involvement in agency matters the questions come on the hills of reports have investor ben carson juniors participation with his father in a listening tour a baltimore last year even after the department's lawyers warned it could be a conflict of interest for the fifth year in a row singapore has been named the world's most expensive city to live in number two is paris followed by zero kong and also the economist intelligence units worldwide cost of living survey which doesn't place new york los angeles or london in.

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Ben Carson and his wife choose $31,000 dining set for government office

Doug Stephan

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Ben Carson and his wife choose $31,000 dining set for government office

"At a high school in south florida organizers have three demands for lawmakers a ban on assault weapons universal background checks on all gun sales and red flag laws that allow courts to seize guns from people who show signs of violent behavior the students approach met resistance in some places some school districts warned of disciplinary action for walking out correspondent andy rose the protest was one of the biggest by students since the antiwar protests in the nineteen sixties two people are dead following a shooting last night at uab highlands hospital in birmingham alabama one of the dead passed away in surgery the other the suspected shooter died of a self inflicted gunshot wound police spokesman peter williston investigators are continuing their investigation and have a lot of information sort through an evidence so we can try and determine what led to this tragic incident recently released emails suggested housing and urban development secretary ben carson and his wife had a hand in choosing a thirty one thousand dollar dining set for carson's government office correspondent rene marsh hud spokesman told cnn last month of carson's ted quote zero awareness of this purchase being made later secretary carson painted a picture of limited involvement saying quote i briefly looked at catalogs for dining furniture and was shocked by the cost as for ms carson in my wife also looked at catalogs and wanted to be sure that the color of the chair fabric of any said matched the rest of the decor petition from walmart amazon along with almost six billion dollars in debt has destroyed toys r us saddening kids of all ages the chang a planning to clues i'm christopher cruise i hate water softeners i really hate softeners i hate the thought of lugging salt and that it ruins septic systems but.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Got some damning developments today in the case of ben carson thirty one thousand dollar dining set you may remember when news first broke late last month about the furniture purchase secretary carson claimed ignorance hud spokesman saying at the time the carson didn't know the table had been purchased but secretary carson didn't have a problem with it and he was going to keep it however we also found out that he former top hud official was demoted after claiming the carson's wife demanded that she quote find money to purchase furniture above the five thousand dollar limit mandated by law then after some more digging by reporters cars said he and his wife did participate in the furniture shopping but shocked by the price carson said he wanted to buy used furniture but wasn't allowed so he was surprised as anyone to find out that a thirty one thousand dollar dining said have been ordered and requested the order be cancelled well today new emails obtained under the freedom of information act reveal the carson's were directly involved in in selecting the thirty one thousand dollar dining sets one email referring specifically to printouts of the furniture the secretary mrs carson picked out and others revealing carson's wife candy was highly involved scheduling in appointment with an interior decorator review options and in fact pressuring staff to find were money for the redecoration despite hud staff and lawyers counting against making any purchase over the five thousand dollar statutory limit in carson's defense thirty one thousand dollars is less than the forty three thousand dollar cost of soundproof chamber epa administrator scott pruitt's office or a hundred thirty nine thousand dollars for interior secretary ryan zinke office doors but there may be more scandal in carson's future according to our own stephanie rule who tweeted ominously this afternoon the dining furture furniture maybe setting the table for his last supper worse news to come next look he truly remarkable scenes that unfolded across the country today has thousands of students walked out of school strengthening movement protesting gun violence.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"My girl kellyanne conway i said this a couple of weeks ago you can say what you want to say about cockeyed kellyanne conway but i even acknowledged her here a couple of episodes ago and i said she is the pit me of a ride or die chick she is the pity of gangster bitch sating so kellyanne conway you cockeyed fuck you apparently she spent tens of thousands of dollars tax paying dollars tens of thousands of tax paying dollars on private flights sating so kellyanne conway are you the next to leave the white house i mean she is a fuck and ragamuffin she is a fuck and ragamuffin but she is ride or die i mean she in my opinion has suffered the most since trump took over the white house i mean she was never winning any beauty contest but she just looked fucking tired and torn down saying ain't so kellyanne conway and motherfucking ben carson crazy ben carson this motherfucker also all these people they use they use the people's money this guy tried to buy a thirty one thousand dollar dining room set with your money manetti no so yes yes you're god ben carson housing and urban development secretary disco ben carson he said he was surprised as anyone that he learned that his staff had ordered a thirty one thousand dollar dining room set yo ben joe joe you're not that do duke days the rover you try to pull this shit over and you could blame your guy trump he wanted to drain the swamp ways people are in the fucking swamp benz like what the fuck my supposed to have an dining room folding chair.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"New coffeemaker or whatever hi anderson when i attended the harvard law school i did not expect that someday i would be going over japan's wedding registry is my most important legal we did and i'll tell you why we did that it was the opposite of the trump administration in the obama administration the president believes that tone at the top matters and you need to set a tone of integrity and if you have a president hoovering up foreign government cash should benefits all over the world whose bringing his children in and they're doing deals and there's a cloud of conflict hanging over it all potential constitutional issues that sets a tone to everyone and you very quickly get into the people in the cabinet saying why can i do it to and you get dr prices a flights and you get ben carson thirty one thousand dollar conference table and all of the the other venality that's not what the american people signed up for ander said they want a president and a government that will serve the public not servier cell flight guy uh you know and all you can eat buffet is just wrong it stinks gin i mean do you find it all encouraging the president hasn't just unilaterally lift unilaterally bypass the protocols in given his daughter and soninlaw the highest level of security clearance i mean he can show you know jared kushner ivanka trump his presidents daily brief if he wants even if they're not you know cleared for well he can now it is currently that is the case but he can do a waiver on a case by case basis so if he wants jared to be the point of contact with saudi arabia on an oil deal he can do that so we'll have to watch and see how many waivers he gives in this case and how it's impacted it is interesting as you said that he didn't give an overall waiver or didn't stop kelly from acting because it shows he wasn't ready to step in even for his soninlaw even though he's supposed to be basically his chief diplomat from the white house will thanks everyone good discussion up next to look into the new york times reporting the jared kushner's company received loans from executive the two companies who visited the white house.

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"New coffeemaker or whatever hi anderson when i attended the harvard law school i did not expect that someday i would be going over japan's wedding registry is my most important legal we did and i'll tell you why we did that it was the opposite of the trump administration in the obama administration the president believes that tone at the top matters and you need to set a tone of integrity and if you have a president hoovering up foreign government cash should benefits all over the world whose bringing his children in and they're doing deals and there's a cloud of conflict hanging over it all potential constitutional issues that sets a tone to everyone and you very quickly get into the people in the cabinet saying why can i do it to and you get dr prices a flights and you get ben carson thirty one thousand dollar conference table and all of the the other venality that's not what the american people signed up for ander said they want a president and a government that will serve the public not servier cell flight guy uh you know and all you can eat buffet is just wrong it stinks gin i mean do you find it all encouraging the president hasn't just unilaterally lift unilaterally bypass the protocols in given his daughter and soninlaw the highest level of security clearance i mean he can show you know jared kushner ivanka trump his presidents daily brief if he wants even if they're not you know cleared for well he can now it is currently that is the case but he can do a waiver on a case by case basis so if he wants jared to be the point of contact with saudi arabia on an oil deal he can do that so we'll have to watch and see how many waivers he gives in this case and how it's impacted it is interesting as you said that he didn't give an overall waiver or didn't stop kelly from acting because it shows he wasn't ready to step in even for his soninlaw even though he's supposed to be basically his chief diplomat from the white house will thanks everyone good discussion up next to look into the new york times reporting the jared kushner's company received loans from executive the two companies who visited the white house.

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Jump my in we'll talk about one your question life and is your money a it bout is a free ira call conversions day what um company do you i recommend have uh for two life traditional insurance well ira for almost twenty years we've ones recommended a zander low over insurance from previous funds i previous buy my jobs personal insurance and there one are there are at an bda in life insurance ira broker which inherently means that when you go to zander insurance and dot com um it'll shoppa gazillion i'm wondering different if at my age companies it different makes sense insurance companies and to get you the best convert price those on term two life law insurance they uh only sell and what term kind life insurance of uh taxes because that's the only kind i you could should expect by no rest way over to to rip estimate off what the taxes and might you're much be better off how that are just you britain do that fifty to four just simply the what's work your your household way through income in and get 15 uh to 20 but your level take term home pay insurance about eighty three ten thousand to twelve and cuts times roughly a force your ob income and taxes what's pedro the balance is on whether these two sinn irish oklahoma merry christmas pedro how are you merry christmas day i'm doing well good or like you say better monitor third there you go how can i help man yeah uh my question is appalling uh we have about thirty thousand thirty one thousand dollars left in our uh on her baby step to um and then my uh my wife and i we got married about two and a half years ago most of this i brought it in shampoo but uh now what she was asking me if you ever they was she we have about one hundred seventy thousand in uh vehicle and she would be well last even see chu who used part of that mutual clinton money to pay off a bit and get out of asia is it in a retirement account no it just because funds are big younger i checked with a little bit different by the end of the day.

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"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thirty one thousand dollar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Washington redskins in tex schramm from the cowboys of how they were planning to get these replacement players not stance still here but but be proactive again replacement players out there so it really heavily skewed eye on those teams but still it brought back a lot of members 'cause i remember those if you're watch it the signs they were wearing the the sandwich signs they were wear and i was wearing one of those i was march and i was yelling and kirsan and throwing stuff at the buses of replacement players that were going on you psancam the city there were player of ride in the backseat a pickup with gone to got it got ugly out there and and we didn't win that we get close to winning that they got replacement players and they showed in the washington game after the first replacement game fans came out of that stadium sane stay i saw with a chat stay on strike in oh i mean we and then players randy white from the cowboys you know he he breaks ranks or almost immediately and end is playing you have guys and then tex schramm held annuities over some of the players like tony dorsett like basically a retirement fund that was in the contract held at over tony dorsett tornadoes that was on camera then saying listen i love my team mates at all but but i'm not that six million dollars i'm not losing it he goes in you have you know as i said randy white saying you know x thirty one thousand dollars a game lawrence taylor sixty thousand dollars a game i made three thousand four hundred dollars a game that's with kicked me off is these big money guys they've been getting big money checks it wasn't their first time they were getting big checked they were getting big checks we in the most of us were making next to nothing comparatively and we were out there striking and they were crossing the line and as soon as they did it was over we were gone so much to the point where we thought when we won we had our player wraps call gene upshaw and say we're all going back to work the nfl the.

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