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Civil Rights Champion, Unita Blackwell
"Hello for Wonder Media Network, I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Today. We're talking about a key figure in the civil rights movement who risked her life to lift her voice and the voices of other black. Americans. Through violence and abuse she campaigned for equality and became the first black woman to serve as mayor and Mississippi. This is the story of UNITA. UNITA Zelma Blackwell was born he uses brown on March Eighteenth Nineteen thirty three in Lula Mississippi. Her father was a sharecropper and you need a picked cotton in the field alongside her mother until her mother sent her to live with relatives in Arkansas to receive a better education. At that time in Mississippi, black children could only attend school for two years before they were forced to return to the fields. Though you need us mother couldn't read or write. She was determined to give her daughter a better life. You need a chose her own full name after her teacher told her. She couldn't just go by the initials UC. She decided to go with UNITA Zelma. At the age of twelve, you need a left school she returned to picking cotton until she was thirty one years old she married three times but kept the last name of her first husband Jeremiah Blackwell. It was with him. She had her only child Jeremiah Junior. The turning point of UNITA's life came in nineteen, sixty four during the freedom summer. The student nonviolent. Coordinating Committee or Snick was campaigning to raise awareness about registering black citizens to vote you need a signed up to help right away during her attempts to help register black voters across our community. She was arrested more than seventy times. She was also targeted by the K. K. K. members burned crosses in her yard. You need was one of only eight black people in her county who tried to register to vote armed white men threatened you need other brave people trying to vote outside the courthouse and nearly prevented them from entering when they were finally allowed to enter the building they were forced to undergo an unfair literacy tests which all of them failed. You need to realize that despite the fact voting was illegal right society still stacked all the odds against the black community. She was more determined than ever to make her voice heard. So she began to participate in one movement after another to fight the unjust system. In nineteen sixty five UNITA sued her county's board of Education for suspending three hundred students including her own son for wearing freedom pens. She also suit to desegregate the school district. These cases traveled all the way up to federal courts though the pins remained banned, the district was ordered to desegregate. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six UNITA was elected mayor of mayors spell. which reportedly made her the first black woman to serve as a mayor in Mississippi. When she took office, the five hundred person town had unpaved streets and no sewer system many residents lived in small tin roof shacks with no running water. UNITA immediately set to work on improving conditions serving the town for two decades from a one room. City Hall. She led the way for the town to pave a name. It's roads, install streetlights, built sewers, improve its housing, and even get its first fire truck. In nineteen eighty three UNITA earned a master's degree in regional planning from New Mass Amherst having never previously attended college in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, she brought national attention to mayors, Ville, and all rural communities when she won three, hundred, fifty, thousand dollar Macarthur Genius Grant. Throughout her career you traveled internationally she gave speeches advised presidents like Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton a never stopped fighting for civil rights. She was defeated for re election to her position in two thousand one by then she'd long made positive mark on the rural communities of Mississippi and beyond. You need. Blackwell passed away on May, Thirteenth Twenty nineteen she made an enormous difference in Marysville Mississippi enter influence extends far beyond her hometown. She fought for the rights of all Americans and brought attention too often forgotten areas of the country.
Fresh update on "three hundred fifty thousand dollars" discussed on Court Junkie
"Techs was surprised by the charges after all diane had told her doctor it was an accident. Texas told people it was an accident although his details surrounding the accident kept changing. Even danny joe had said it was an accident. Talks was released on bond while his defense team began working on his case. But the district attorney's office wasn't done looking into the case either ten days after he was charged news of the three hundred fifty thousand dollar loan between texts and diane surfaced. It prompted police and the district attorney to look further into texas financial records. The district attorney's office subpoenaed his financial records. The three hundred and fifty thousand dollars was just the tip of the iceberg. His company had sent him an email detailing problems with his shrinking billable hours according to the prosecution. Tux was simply living a lifestyle that he couldn't afford when all was said and done between his income and duds in september. Two thousand sixteen. Tux was negative. Five thousand dollars. The kitchen expert testified in based upon his bending. Its it will be depleted in two years. After he retired in addition to without the money from diana he was receiving every month on top for to defend. It wasn't even half as a matter of fact without diane's money on the data she died his account would have been negative over five thousand dollars that negative would turn into one point. One million dollars upon diane stuff. It was enough of a motive for the prosecution to add a more severe charge of malice murder. But it wouldn't be the only charge they would add. Prosecutors didn't just look into texas financials they re interviewed everyone from hospital staff to business partners to friends including danny joe danny joe told prosecutors about how techs wanted to keep her out of this mess a fact. She told the jury happened that night but she hadn't told anyone for several months. On top of the new murder charge. Prosecutors added the charge of influencing a witness. It was a charge that would have new examples accompanying it by the time. The murder trial would begin in two thousand eighteen nearly a year after the new charges were filed in this episode. We've covered what happened that night. In september two thousand sixteen and the initial investigation that next week the conclusion. I'd love to know what you think so far. Do you think it was an accident or was it murder. Let me know by joining the conversation on instagram. at court. Junkie by tweeting me at court junkie pod or by emailing me at podcast at port. Junkie dot com. This episode was researched and written by polly. Cataldo ski with law and crime. You can follow her on twitter and instagram at poly metavsky. If you'd like to hear these episodes without the ads and here additional court junkie bonus episodes. Check out my patriot. Options at court. Chunky dot com slash support. And be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel at youtube. Dot com slash court junkie. Thanks again for listening until next time. If you guys haven't yet checked out the jordan harbinger show. You are really missing out. It's a podcast you really should be listening to. And i'm not kidding. When i say that court junkies will especially love it jordan show which apple named one of its best of two thousand eighteen is aimed at making you a better informed more critical thinker. So you can get a sense of how the world actually works and come to your own conclusions about what's happening even inside your own brain. Each episode is a conversation with the different fascinating gust. And there is something for everyone here in one episode jordan talks to a hostage negotiator from the fbi. Whoever's technics how to get to like and trust you another episode tells the story of a cinematographer who discovered a lost city in the jungle and made one of the most important archaeological finds of the century. One of his more. Recent episodes was with bruce sackman a renowned investigator who tracks down serial killers. Another was with. Thomas eriksson a behavioral expert. Who talks about how to identify psychopaths. I really enjoyed the show. And i think you will as well search for the jordan harbinger. Show that's h. A. r. b. as in boy i n. is in nancy g. e. r. An apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts..
These CS:GO Coaches Just Got Banned For Cheating
"The go seen just got by gigantic cheating scandal and no I'm not talking about a bunch of nobody's getting caught hacking and the F. L. This happened at the highest level of competitive counter strike and three coaches were banned and on top of that, there's been a second investigation with up to potentially fifteen different cases of match-fixing happening at the semi pro level. It's been a rough month for couch. All right. So for a while now we've been streaming over a twitch dot TV slash the score, east sports with our talk show clouded, and if you love the stories that we cover here on donut mean well, you're GonNa love some of the conversations that we have over on twitch. We break down some of the biggest stories from East sports in streaming and we talk a little ship while we're at. So make sure you follow the channel and hit that notification button. So you know exactly when we go live and you can watch me get roasted for two hours straight the news. Of this cheating scandal broke day after esl one Cologne finished is published an investigation and they say quote we were made aware that by taking a combination of different steps of Bogin Cisco allows the coach of a team to become a spectator anywhere on the map unbeknownst to anyone else and so yeah, this coaching exploit as it's being called basically allows a coach to place themselves anywhere on the map and then swivel their camera from side to side and theoretically take any info that they gather from that and give it to their players. It's basically one giant broken cypher cam like in foward. Check this ship. Now, the bombshell at the heart of ESL's investigation is the fact that they've proved coaches from heroic MIB are and hardly talk use this exploit at multiple different ESL events leading up to esl one Cologne. Three teams competing at the highest level of counterstrike cheated in the investigation is said that the exploit violated quote section six point ten, five use of glitches and quote of esl's Rupel to be very clear is says that all of this happened prior to the start of esl one Cologne and that in fact, the exploit was actually patched out prior to the tournament started, and so these rulings are the result of a long investigation that just happened to be published at the same time that he also Cologne was finishing. The investigation also says at what tournament the coaches abused the exploit hardly coach Makino gun use the exploit at esl one road to Rio on six maps in three matches Perot's coach. Used the exploit at Dream Hack master spring in ten rounds on one map and Coach dead used the exploit at ESL one road to Rio in one round on one map on Thursday September fourth former NRP IP coach Pita admitted to abusing the coaching exploits during an EP L. Match Against Mel Sports back in two thousand eighteen and like I mentioned off the top these aren't just some punk teams cheating their way through F pl or some shit. This is the highest level of competitive counterstrike, its coaches and players competing amongst the best of the best and being found guilty of cheating in an online tournament with a prize pool of three hundred, fifty, thousand dollars on top of. That her minutes to win the European portion of one Cologne and they look fucking doing dominating some of the best teams in the world magic going from heroes to cheaters in the span of twenty four hours and the way we know about this exploit and the fact that coaches have been abusing it over the last few months is thanks to freelance East Sports, referees, me Kaos Lewinsky and Steve Dudin off they spent dozens of hours poring over thousands of different demos and meticulously documenting any time they thought the export was being used a big props goes out to those guys now unfortunately, coaches abusing this. Is, not limited to esl vets beyond the summit recently put out a statement that says basically that dead the coach for Mbr was found guilty of using this exploit and beyond the summit six in the most damaging part of the statement is where they said that dead explicitly knew how to fix the exploit and continue to abuse it anyway quote de demonstrated he knew how to fix the glitch while maintaining competitive integrity prior to see US summit six online by requesting technical timeout disconnecting and reconnecting which happened in the May first of match versus Mb. At, ESL. One Road to Rio and then from there, they go on to say that quote dead knowingly abused the coach spectator glitch to obtain an unfair competitive advantage and ours lower bracket round three match versus triumph at summit, six online on June. Twenty third and quote yeah. That whole give him the benefit of the doubt type thing goes out the window on this. Now, as you can imagine, the punishments handed down in the response online was both fast and fierce. Here's ESL's punishments. All three coaches rox hunting is banned from competing and coaching an ESL events for a year. Dead is banned for six months and hard legions. Makino gun is banned for wapping twenty four months or a full two years on top of that all three teams will retroactively be disqualified from the tournament in question while also forfeiting both their esl pro tour points and the prize money earned from those tournaments man you sell is not fucking around and. Beyond the summit band dead from the next to be Vance while also retroactively disqualifying maybe from beyond the summit six and they basically have to forfeit their prize money as well. Now, at the time of recording this, hardly June is the only team that's released a public statement on the matter and they basically said that they've dropped mechanica quote yesterday we received. A letter from ESL announcing the decision to ban or coach for two years. It was difficult for us to believe in Alexander's guilt but we had to conduct a personal investigation of this situation based on the results of internal discussions. We decided that the punishment from ESL was fair. We refuse to make any appeal and we are staying in the side of. The tournament organizers and and predictably lot of the responses from the scene on online. A whole bunch of you gotta be fucking kidding from pros to analysts to popular content creators. Of course, Brazilian fans everybody is thoroughly pissed off, and honestly people should be pissed off because while this exploit doesn't involve all hacks or a mocks or some other stereotypical idea of. It still seriously undermines the competitive integrity of CS go
President Trump Brings Big Fireworks Displays Back To Mt. Rushmore
"To South Dakota and Mount Rushmore now that is where president trump will celebrate independence day this evening. He along with seventy five hundred other people will be treated to a three hundred fifty thousand dollar fireworks display. That is courtesy of south. Dakota taxpayers trump takes credit for reviving the big displays after environmental concerns, stop them in two thousand nine, South Dakota public broadcasting's Seth tupper reports on why the fireworks were banned, and how the president brought them back. Big expensive firework shows like this one erupted in color over the carped heads of Rushmore. Every July for about a decade. But the National Park Service put a stop to it after two thousand nine because of pollution and the wildfire risk to the surrounding black hills national forest. In January president, trump said those aren't good reasons to cancel a fireworks display. They say what can burn stone stone. So, nobody knew why they just set environmental reasons, so I called up our people, and within about fifteen minutes we got it approved, and you're going to have your first. Big Fireworks Display at Mount, Rushmore and I'll try get out there if I can. Right I would say that those comments are not informed comments, and that information is out there what the impacts were Cheryl. Schreier was superintendent of Mount, Rushmore National, Memorial from twenty ten until last year. When the big displays started in nineteen, ninety eight dozens of firefighters had to be stationed in the forest nearby to put out fires started by falling embers debris from the exploded fireworks. Shells delivers the forest in two thousand sixteen, a chemical link to fireworks called perchlorate was found in drinking water wells at Mount, Rushmore levels are not regulated in South Dakota or really, but they remain higher than standard set by Massachusetts and California. Schreier, said it all added up to a consensus when she was in charge, fireworks were not going to be a part of Mount Rushmore any further, but shortly after taking office in two thousand eighteen Republican governor Christie Gnome says she asked. President trump to bring the fireworks back. Footage of them aired all over the world, boosting South Dakota's tourism industry and he ever since then has kind of I. Don't know taking the bull by the horns you know been. Passionate about it a park service environmental review concluded in April found. The fireworks will not have a significant impact on the environment. Seventy five hundred people won tickets to the event in an online lottery signs, encouraging social distancing will be posted and masks will be made available, but GNOME says nothing will be required. We did have a plan originally of social distancing. We do not anticipate any social distancing activities during the celebration protesters pushing for the removal of statues say Mount Rushmore honors to slave owners, Washington and Jefferson calls to face. The memorial are circulating on the Internet. And Native American groups plan to protest, they say the mountain carving and the fireworks desecrate land they, lost broken treaties. Whether could add a final wrinkle. Authorities have set of go no go criteria that could cancel the show if fire conditions are too dangerous.
Build to Sell Amazon Business with Dave Storey
"We have an active Amazon Selah recent solo for his own Amazon business and the creative course on how to build your Amazon business to sell. Which is Dave Story? Welcome to the show. Dave thanks on the show pleasure so think one thing that's important to say is we've got a lot of content now about how to build a business to sell. I make no apology for that is very important discipline. Even if you never sell it ever we can talk about that but The difference between Dave and everybody else that we've had so far to talk about it. Is that Dave is really been learning from building his own business and going through the process plans. I believe painful. I'll talk about that of selling his own business so different perspective which I think is very valuable so thank you so much for coming on the show. That's great so the first thing is is let's start with the end. What if you achieved yourself recently in tons of selling your business businesses give us the sort of like one one sentence summary of them? We'll get into how you got there. Yeah well chieftain. So last year. And a half. What I thought was impossible. At one point. Business wasn't saleable out all turned around freely Learned a lot of things that I shouldn't have gone through in the first place and I realized not in half that if you don't plan and make Your Business As valuable in a salable as possible. You don't have this PLA on the follow then. It may not be sellable and you may be short on hundreds of thousands if not millions of the volume. That was you'll motivation for creating a course to help others avoid pain and I think as I said important point that you'll speak with the perspective. Somebody's recently gone through rather than the broker of stands at the sidelines and clays the cash. So just just to give us the result in sandy turned you business round. Have you actually sold You'll business at this point in time. Yes yes so business at the end of last year. Okay and and can you give us a rough idea? How much get get people salivating? How much money they can make a million financed Stock until a lot that was so you just have a million pounds sterling is that right at Dulles Dulles fantasy yes just clarify not for Americans listening. Be Glad about that because they can never do. This convention changes every day right so yeah so I just wanted to get that out. There said that we continue one was beginning. Somebody's made a million dollars from from southern business. So you've got the results so you told us that was a bit of a painful story that will dig into that but I will just give us a little bit of a background about yourself. What's wherever you come from with list of so I'm forty five now And I started in the world of manufacturing in the UK on. I spent twenty years building myself up from a design. Engineer Designing apertures in products. Right the way through up in the ball almonds quality management supply chain production and finished off. a The Director of operations quite big company and a hot scratch my itch of business and I just felon anew someone that was selling on Amazon go to Carson. There's going about six years ago. That's quite impressive stuff. Because obviously you'll background Really perfectly placed for a hell of a lot of stuff in the tool saying supply chain side which a lot of us myself included really hard. I mean this Us really it just varies by is definitely the hardest business model Fisher remarks. Amazon is is easy compared to that so we may have to get you back on the show. Today's is all about that but for the moment on what was still approach to your Amazon business. Thank you had to scratch his. H How did you get started? Well I a opponent with someone who'd already been working away part time With with a product of the second quarter up and running so I joined a joint him. Join Forces on the Yeah so I put a lot of methodology and rigour in processing the business which was not that Us Many of the techniques that I learned in in in my business slow life and it just really took off from. I think he'd done in the year. Previous star determined turned over about a sense sales. Three Just sort of three hundred fifty thousand dollars In the second year that went up to Into million It it just went from there on the two thousand sixteen. We had this still fifteen two thousand sixteen Tremendous here Hitting the three million mark in two thousand seventeen when we got the business valued at the time. It was with roundabout three million dollars. We we were told but we got perhaps a little bit greedy and things are going. So well let. Let's just keep going. Let's get let's get to the five million mark so that's what we decided to do. Instead of cell on Condado turned out to be a really big mistake about you We took on too much in introduced too many products at the same time did hide Mitt Gyna- carried away in the Amazons of world Shiny objects and things modern thing and why should have just focused in on? What really matters and We got a bit lost era and It was a bit of disaster to be honest and in two thousand and eighteen. We connect little bit and went back out to get the valuation and brokers said I'm not even sure it'd the at this point. We're not only where we down to we. recouping front but we we. There was so many things that were not right with the business To make it saleable so we spent the next year off Getting ourselves back on track. It could have gone completely crushed but we got that in the end. It was pretty good result. Compatible with could have been but it was a nick berry expensive lesson and I don't want this happening go. The sellers ECHINACEA happened. If you don't have this plan
Small Business Rescue Earned Banks $10 Billion In Fees
"Right now small businesses are desperate for loans. Congress allocated three hundred and forty nine billion dollars for small businesses. That money was gone in less than two weeks but not all of it went to small businesses around. Ten billion dollars went to banks to cover processing fees. Npr's Laura Sullivan has been looking into financial records. Good Morning Laura. Good morning at ten billion dollars is a lot of money. What are banks doing to to earn that money? So banks like J. P. Morgan Chase Bank of America. Pnc and dozens of others are processing the loans. They're essentially the middlemen. They take the applications from their small business clients and they funnel those requests up to the Small Business Administration which approves the loan and what's important to note here. Is that the money the banks are getting for? Their clients isn't their money. I mean this isn't bank money. This is taxpayer money. Taxpayers are funding loans for small businesses to cover things like payroll rent and utilities during the crisis. Okay something for taxpayers to think about. Let me ask you. What's the incentives for the banks to process all these small business loans so fees? We took a deep dive into the public financial records of companies and banks and we found the banks are making billions of dollars in fees. According to the programs rules banks can take anywhere from one to five percent of the entire loan and keep it as a fee depending on how much the loan is worth so any loan up to three hundred fifty thousand dollars. The banks get five percent of that money alone between two million ten million dollars. The banks get one percent of that money so for example the parent company of. Ruth's Chris Steak House. Got A ten million dollar loan from the program J. P. Morgan Chase which according to financial records process that loan thought one hundred thousand dollar fee for this one time transaction and remember these loans. Carry no risk for J. P. Morgan or the other banks. It's taxpayer. Money guaranteed by the small business administration and the loans require less work. The government is required unless vetting compared to WANNA bank lending its own money now banks do normally get fees for processing. Sba loans but not in this volume with these dollar amounts were over a two week period. And you've been looking into it in the dollar amount that you've found as I said is a ten billion dollars have gone to bank so far. Yes bring you break down. The value of the loans and use the formula government established is adds up to more than ten billion dollars in fees that went to the banks just in the past two weeks. So what are the banks saying banks saying? Well look. We're doing our job. We're supposed to get paid. So we reached out to some of the biggest banks involved in the program including PNC JP P. Morgan Bank of America. Some said they have to pay for thousands of employees that are working twelve eighteen hour days to get the loans push through and are now preparing or hoping for Congress to authorize another round. They said while betting might not be as thorough as it would be a regular bank loan. There is still significant document take like document. Collection Review Wells. Fargo says it's going to donate its money to charity but it was required to do that. As part of a government agreement falling problems bank had in two thousand eighteen. None of the other banks have said they intend to follow suit. So there's a really interesting question here. Which is that you know. Thousands of small businesses said. They were shut out. They couldn't get loans. Is there a reason to think that they didn't get loans? Because the banks knew they could make more in fees if they just worked with clients with really really large loans there are currently five class action lawsuits in California and New York alleging. Just that and the data does suggest more large loans were process before smaller loans but bank say that is simply not true. J. P. Morgan for one says they had different offices handling different loan sizes and there were simply fewer large loans so they were able to get through more them.
A high-profile case turns into a fight over the First Amendment
"Brand called zero those of a political prisoner that's what they call Roshan Davis she's the man who was arrested in over the Rhine a couple of weeks ago the video went viral most people have seen it by now where he's saying after the corona virus today talking about how we party in Cincinnati and in spite of corona virus and he was locked up and when he was picked up the next day and he's been behind bars ever since on a very high bond of three hundred fifty thousand dollars there is a hearing today and that could lead to his release group called the first amendment lawyers association in town has filed a fifty eight page brief on his behalf alleging that he is a quote political prisoner courses and they say that nearly in though the stay home water the governor has said of the health department director actually said that that does not in any way mean the limit someone's first amendment right to free speech mmhm and they say that are they claim Davis has done nothing that a number of white people haven't done they point out that of white suse gone to church of god and craft stores to shop for supplies gall bladder and they were to exercise what else did they say they pointed out a number of specific things where they believe that people violated the order but weren't arrested and aren't sitting in jail today mmhm and then they say that the Davis being unfairly singled out the should be released immediately like I said there's a hearing this morning yeah that could determine if the bond will be lowered or if he will be set free by golf last week in black people were playing golf too another you already lied about that it will be comparing his videos to all of their videos the way people yeah did you put up a video now he's actually in trouble for inviting other people to come out and they claim that he never actually incited violence or encourage other people to come me just commented on what was going on mmhm all right
Joe Burrow's Heisman speech helps raise thousands for Ohio food pantry
"Hey Joe burrow Heisman Trophy acceptance speech you know we all know about AHS been blowing up socials over the weekend it's all over the news thousands of people and thousands of dollars in donations have been pouring into the food pantry and you know Athens his hometown there so they started on Sunday and then I reach out to the guy one of the guys that was part of this I tried to get him on yesterday and today the guy the guy who started it he's crazy busy yeah okay will is his name and so anyway as of Tuesday morning as I earlier today more than three hundred fifty thousand dollars pledged to the Athens county food pantry three hundred fifty thousand dollars so good all the donations are coming in from Louisiana is at least saying many of them and you were in San Juan was like for twenty grand wasn't while one individual gas twenty thousand dollars and most of these donations F. from Louisiana the stay they love job or did Joe Berle may be born and raised in Ohio but he belongs to Louisiana now guys I'm
Epstein sought to pay off potential witnesses, U.S. prosecutors say
"It was twenty eighteen the Miami Herald had published a series of stories about the secret plea deal that Jeffrey Epstein had entered into with then US attorney Alexander accosted down in Miami and as soon as those stories hit Eckstine according to federal prosecutors wired to potential witnesses against him three hundred fifty thousand dollars prosecutors have not charged abstain with witness tampering but they mentioned this in court records as they sought to prevent abstain from getting out on bail there's a hearing about this
Crackdown on immigrant families to start Sunday
"To two potential witnesses seeking to influence them in a child sex trafficking case against him in a filing in Manhattan federal court prosecutors said Epstein wired three hundred fifty thousand dollars to the two individuals who were not named the accusation coming as part of the prosecutor's motion to keep abstain in jail as he awaits trial that's the interested we could go pleading not guilty to sex trafficking and conspiracy the prosecutor is urging US district judge Richard Berman to keep Aston in jail while he awaits trial the U. S. Federal Trade Commission reportedly ready to find Facebook five billion dollars for privacy violations and mis handling user data now the find itself really pales in comparison to Facebook's revenue that was fifty six billion last year this is the largest fine ever levied by the FTC way above the twenty two million given to Google back in twenty twelve reporter Ian sure tells us that if finds like these will or will not have an affect on these large tech companies what do we need to do to get tacked to be more responsible with all of these issues that have come up and so far it's feeling like simply making them feel bad about it isn't working exposing their bad behavior isn't working finding them may not work so the next step of course is possibly harsher regulation of this fine does go through it just represents nine percent of Facebook's of twenty eighteen revenue well here's some good news losing a few pounds getting healthier just might not be as complex as we all think serial a baked potato chicken salad soup and yes six oreo cookies one thing they all have in common they're all about
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Unrelated. So okay. Okay. Cut a tiny step toward that. We still got a long way to go. So this has cleared the Senate, which it has to do it had to do that by supermajority at now booze on to the house. But it's part of Governor Chris Chris plan to fundamentally restructure how we do taxes in the state of Illinois. We have a flat income tax rate of four point nine five percent. And that's part of the constitution rights. The constitution, which then goes to the people alternately what we're gonna see a ballot eventually in what twenty twenty where we get twenty twenty. But I the house will have to agree on this. So the Senate has signed off on it again with all the Republicans opposed to it. It was done with just Democrats Democrats have a super majority in the house. So they can do that. But you do have some downstate Democrats and enter tax Democrats, frankly, who who may have some resistance now up to try to attract Republican supports Democrats tied at a property tax freeze. Passing that to this. It also repeal of the so-called death tax. So that is something that that they wanted to link to this. If in fact this constitutional amendment pass, but you just mentioned that the the state senators Republicans voted no on this. They don't seem to be taken the bait when it comes to some of the things that were in this Bill is that something that concerns Democrats that they're they're trying to to find a way to make compromise. But compromise doesn't seem to be going forward. Well, that's exactly right. You know, so far they have not signed off on any part of this in the House Republican leader Jim Birkin says that his members will be United. So it's conceivable that this will make it to the voters will make it onto the ballot without any Republican support. And so again with our the come tax rate right now is four point nine five percent people who make under one hundred thousand dollars would actually see a slight income tax decrease. They would see their taxes go down to four point nine percent. But for single filers. Who make more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars quarter of a million dollars to three hundred fifty thousand dollars..
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Eight to five five starting off this hour gonna be Dave in Phoenix. Dave, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Better than I deserve. How are you? I'm doing great Joe. Thank you very much. Good. How can I help? Got a question about paying off my mortgage. I'm sixty four years old. Only working. I am on my mortgage is three hundred fifty thousand dollars. And my question is do. I should I pay that off. I've got money and mutual funds and cash how much. Go ahead. How much money in mutual funds? Well, I've got three hundred and five thousand dollars in nine retirement mutual funds. I've got one hundred and thirty thousand dollars in cash. Uh-huh. And then I've got about two hundred ninety five thousand in solo 4._0._1._K an IRA. Okay. Question is obviously, you know, taking half of my, you know, nest egg so to speak and paying off the mortgage pay it down over time or was just the right approach. One. Is your household income? I got it. I'm a real estate agent in from the real estate business after expenses slash your take on was one thirty five and then I've got an additional eighty nine thousand in military pensions. So so you're making a couple of hundred grand a year. Yes. And if you didn't have a house payment, how quickly would you have three hundred grand if I didn't have house payment to. Two or three years. Probably sell you, sir. Yeah. So that's all we're really talking about. Okay. And if I were in your shoes, I'd be debt free by the close of business today. The the point is this. Okay. Number one, the the shortest distance between you and millionaire or multimillionaire being wealthy status in that worth is using no debt because that clears up your most powerful wealth-building, too, which is your income, which we just illustrated. Okay. Just said if you don't have a house payment and all the millionaire data that we have on. America's millionaires says the typical millionaire has paid for home within ten point two years of the time. They start working a financial plan. Now, you've you've done very well saving money. You make really good money. You've got a good encore career your initial career in the military was obviously very successful. And now, you're very successful in the real estate business. Congratulations you've done very very well. And so I would. I'd be debt free by nightfall. I would use that old house payment and any other money scrape together and rebuild that nest egg. And then just keep building it. I mean, there's no reason I I don't know. I'm fifty eight I don't really intend to quit working. I may not work as much or I may work differently. But I will always do something. I'm not gonna just sit and fish. It's not it's not how I'm wired. If you wanna do that. That's okay. But I mean real estate guy like, you, you could there's no reason you can't make the kind of money you're making for another decade or two if you wanted to felt like doing it, and you talk about adding that up that's gonna add up your age easily two or three million dollar nest egg. If you did that in addition to a paid for house, right, right? And so that's that's what I see as your future in these numbers. And I think it's really easy to project that in your numbers because you have a history of doing exactly what I'm talking about. Right. Right. We're already that guy for you called me. Exactly. Yep. Yep. So you're in good shape. Man. You got the discipline and the self control, you're watching your Ps and qs. Everything's good. I'd rather check today. Pay off the house use the increased cash flow and a little bit of fear that the a tiny little bit oop. In your belly that that does to push me to build that three hundred back up really really fast for that three fifty backup really really fast and just be loading up. Everything meanwhile, being outrageously generous and having some fun with this money. You've worked really really hard. You've done a great job. And thank you for your service to the country Amy's with us in Lincoln, Nebraska. Hi, amy. How are you? You better than I deserve. What's up in your world? Well, I have been listening to you on contest and on the radio, and we're looking to start the baby step. We I am. I have a fairly decent incumbent vendor smart money, and we have four thousand dollars already. We find a house and for us that we thought we buy we do a lot of exciting. And so we're concerned about ending down three thousand dollars to get our snowball rolling. I mean, we're still in the process of airbase make downstairs. Watering. Well, yeah, you need to fix that you need to budget for that as part of this. So what's that gonna cost to finish it from work right now? I would say between twelve hundred and fifteen hundred dollars. Okay. Well, I mean, that's that's some of this money. You just Mark that set aside you've got you can't have a leak in. But he finished the Lincoln basement that what else what else is broken. That's an emergency. We've already fixed those things we had planned on using the money. We got from selling your preview tower to pay off things, and we had to portray driveway. We've had to fix an upstairs bathroom downstairs. My husband had emergency surgery needs. So we had some interesting things happened in the last eight months. Okay. So if you set aside two thousand for the leaky basement, and you you're through one thousand at the debt, and you left your thousand other thousand sitting there is your baby step one. Does that work? Yeah. I'm still just nearby. I Murphy blah early. It's good. I mean, I didn't you know, we don't say, and I don't believe that thousand dollars is enough. It's not enough. But it's just enough to hold on while you fight your way with gazelle intensity through this debt snowball. So how much data have you gotten accounting your home? Home brand around eighty seven thousand and what is your household income? Take home net is eighty six. Okay. And so you're debt free in about two years ish kind of what I'm picturing. Yeah. I think that's that's a doable thing. And so it's a, you know, it's a scary time. But listen, here's the truth. Okay. The truth when big emergency shit. There's not a lot of difference in four thousand one thousand. So it's not like you got it all covered now. And we're about to uncover you, right? You're already up a creek. I'm just taking your slightly further. Does that make sense you're going to get this? You got this kid? You can do it. I love it. I it's what you know. We're sitting around broke, and we're going to figure out how not be broken more. This is the plan. That's what the baby steps do. So I'm proud of you. You're gonna do it. You got it, Amy. You can do this open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. That's triple eight eight to five five two two five..
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"I mean, this wedding is like three hundred fifty thousand dollars where I had them remake the friars club into this beautiful Tiffany blue like castle, it was fucking at a big ass was gorgeous. Like it literally was the classiest wedding. I've ever seen. I always joked that was like LIZA Minnelli's last wedding without the gay husband. So we did this wedding. It was so beautiful. So check this out. I know. Two months before. I know you're not right for me. And I go if we can wait to get married that day. I'm just going to run out screaming. So I make up this whole thing. I go don't give it will be super romantic to just get a witness and get married at town hall city hall in New York because just then it'll be just us. So I make this whole thing up, and he's like sure whenever you want. So we go down. We get married. I'm like, okay, cool. I got through that. So now, it's just a family reunion. I see the wedding. Yes. I never had a better time in my life. And you know, when my father was dying. I was like, okay, I'm going to be brave enough to tell Jimmy I'm brave enough to watch my father. I have to tell Jimmy this. Clearly, we're not even connecting. We have four places to live and where to people like this is ridiculous. And so so what year of being married, did you finally get honest him three three and he had no clue. Anything was wrong. No, I'm sure he wasn't completely happy. But he was so he was so normal and non-complicated he kind of just figured okay once His his marriage. marriage. It's fine. You know, his his first wife, no second. But he had a bad experience with the first one so bad. So mine was just like simple and normal. And he just felt like, oh, this is right. So we didn't hate each other. So I go I wanted divorce. So he's like why? And I go come on Jimmy. Why do you think we don't fucking married? Two months where you still boning regularly. No, no, any was even trying. So how long had you gone with no sex or asking probably a year. I was just like I can't I can't. So when you try you just be like numb tired with dry. We'd be like then you both stop trying. And then we both got the weight loss surgery. And we felt like we didn't even have going out to eat in common like small portions like you literally we'd literally nothing to do girls. Do you know that we don't want eighty percent of the clothes that we own? But that was before the rent the runway changed absolutely everything you saw the beautiful hot pink gown. I wore to Lisa Vanna pumps gala. Absolutely loved it. I was about to spend a thousand dollars on a gown that I probably would have worn wants and been second. My closet, which I'd be guilty of not wearing again. That's why.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"K a gorgeous ninety thousand dollars that's five hundred thousand here in L A ninety ninety K per unit. Yes. Yes. Five hundred thousand per unit in LA. What's the difference? The land is the difference. But that's only fifty K or so what's the other three hundred fifty thousand dollars environmental remediation costs and environmental litigation regulations red tape who benefits from that? Well, the lawyers who sue for environmental abuses. The regulators who have to regulate all. Of it. It takes forever. It takes five ten years to get some of these cleared who benefits from that. All of those groups, what are those groups do they fund the state legislature? They basically give the money to the campaigns to make sure that those rules. Stay in place. We pay for it. I it. It drives me insane. I I bought some property. I was going to build a house on it. And they started telling me that I had to put fencing around oak trees. And I'm sitting there up on the hill. I'm not even going up the hill. I'm not building a house on the hill. And they said you got to rent chain link fence fence off though trees on my property that I pay taxes on. And once that we're on like on that on the neighbors like half on my land and half on the neighbors. And with the setbacks, and the ease mints and all the. Stuff wasn't even building there. But you gotta go get a permit, and then they got to send a guy down. And then they just tell you whatever the fuck they want to tell you and your job is to cut them. A check in listen, and that's it. And I remember going down the street and things some other poor soul that had to put fencing around their tray. And they had this sort of orange mesh stuff that you'll see us and construction sites and things like that. And I said to my guy every so much easier just to use the orange mash and drive if you stakes rather than like rent medal cyclone fencing, and so I said tell the city guys, especially on the ones that are up the hill that I can't get to you need a sherpa climbing gear to get to and not building a house next to on my property. My trees. You can look at the property. You can look up at the hill. If you look at the if you look at the monitor their their way back the back wall that you sees the back of the property, and it just goes way up the hill. I said I said tell them we're just gonna use the orange mash, we'll just put the orange mesh around the trees, and they went now, you gotta use the chain link. And like, oh, so I can't access found fucking trae like what do you? Now. There is. No, there's there's no alternative. There's no argue English. No anything. It's just pay us, and then pay us some more and then pay us more. And then you go what's the lead time on this could probably start building about three years. I don't wanna do that. My kids will be in high school, and I'm done. I'm not building anything. And then when I'm done with the house, I'm in a move to fucking taxes because I don't live one hundred seventy years old..
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Hundred forty nine thousand dollars a year without changing their lifestyle so we were able to create a strategy where they're able to put almost three hundred fifty thousand dollars a year away goodness gracious look at it sounds too good to be true almost if you're a small business owner you hear this and you're like well hold up if it sounds too good to be true it always is so what do you say to somebody that says that brian i would say come in sit down let us go through the discovery process and let's see if we can save you forty percent or more if we can't then we don't continue to have a discussion if we can and you want to explore further then great we might have a basis to have a relationship like other people that come into the office just because you come in and just because you call i assume and i know what they say about assuming you're not supposed to do that donaldson yeah that you're not going to be able to become a client on the first visit anyway no i just want to make that clear because a lot of times people are like oh they'll give me the office and they're gonna try to give me the okeydoke and and make me think that one thing and show me a different it's not that weight all you can't become a client in the first visit so don't worry about the discovery process scared y'all exactly so the discovery process we're going to spend about an hour and fifteen minutes with your really finding out what your goals are your business which you're if you have an exit strategy are you going to sell the business are you doing a succession plan with a family member like a lot of small businesses do sure in what does that look like and we want to make sure that we're really fishing going through that process if you are going to sell that business most business owners talk when they do that they give thirty to forty percent or more back to their least favourite uncle uncle sam we wanna make source of all those things are really important the discovery plus we're gonna collect all those documents i'm gonna go back i'm gonna sit down with a cpa that we work with and his team along with our team and see if we.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"I can't really name neighborhood that everybody knows because it shows global but you know the one of those little neighborhoods where everything is expensive it's not one of the ones where the house all look the same they cost three hundred fifty thousand dollars is not one of those it's a house is based type of neighborhood that i don't know you would live in if you had a lot of money in colorado are her papa john lives in colorado i'm not gonna say he lived in this neighborhood he may have driven by this neighborhood that's what i'm saying either way the people in this neighborhood are very upset because it's been outrageous sex parties happening they somebody found a flyer and it said please bring your own condoms and be respectful and be respectful the furniture now when i heard this when i heard this hour's a loss for words i was like how you gonna pay this much money to live in this neighborhood and then turns out people just having sex in the streets there's been swingers there's been alcohol there's even the chocolate fountain said somebody that was complaining about it and then i thought about it how how how you gonna complain about about it in you know there's a chocolate fountain how how do you know how how do you know did you hear that from somebody know you was in there too you were in there to the made it beauty and like divide or somebody wasn't feeling you you weren't able to swing with the person she wanted to swim with and you got kicked out of the party in that you call the police listen if my house is seventy five hundred square feet i'm have all the parties there's no party i'm not going to have i'm have accounta party i'm have a horse party in fact i'm have have the guy over who got who got arrested for attacking this horse and having tell the story that's going to be one of my theater parties also found out was one of the one of the one of the complaints said that they saw people going going into the house and some of them were so elderly they weren't able to make it up.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It
"Did it with my friend steve delays the drummer of read that book called rich dad poor dad and the and that is a great philosophy that says rich dad does not need to work more hours to get more wealthy rich dad just needs to wait longer and allow his business to grow not with necessarily any more labor involved which is a great thing i mean and that's sort of what real estate is you know when you buy real estate you get rich by just sitting on it you're not doing any more work you know so you know to be get more money as a musician a lot of times you gotta work more gigs and you know so or any job you know you in fixing cars you gotta fix more cars to make more money you know so anyway so that was the philosophy and so in about two thousand nine we rented a warehouse four thousand square feet and we subdivided it into seventeen little soundproof or largely soundproof for her so rooms and you know it costs three hundred fifty thousand dollars we had to borrow from everybody and it got ugly there you know we had to borrow and make some deals with people that you know later like oh man what do we from that guy but you had to you know it was hard constructions hard getting permits is hard and getting it all up and going construction is very hard very time consuming usually is more expensive and takes more time i just wanna note on that note that almost all the projects that you do take more time and often costs more money so it's always really important when you're choosing projects to do that you realize that you know particularly if it's a project that you're doing it's gonna maybe take you away from something you love you know make sure that you're gonna be happy seeing that project through because it might take you a year longer than you thought in cost you so much more money than you thought so make sure it's something that you at least somewhat interested in you know i was interested in building these you know music rehearsal studios because it has a benefit because now i have my own room and i have all the.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"The three hundred fifty thousand dollars the national science foundation spent asking of japanese quail are more sexually promiscuous than on cocaine and he's going through all of this thing and he goes through bit by bit some of the highlights and says page to seventy eight nine hundred sixty one million dollars to destroy our chemical weapons who was it exactly convinced our government to pay billions to develop weapons we now find deplorable bates to eighty one cia retirement funding wouldn't it be great to amend out the retirement benefits of trump hater john brennan and congressional december james clapper and then he's starts listing some of the stuff he's found one million dollars for the world meteorological organization two hundred eighteen million for promoting democracy development in europe twenty five million for international religious freedom ten million for disadvantaged egyptian students ten million for disadvantages students what do we care twelve million for scholarships for lebanon twenty million for middle east partnership initiative scholarship program twelve million in military funding for vietnam yeah three point five million in nutrition assistance in laos fifteen million in developmental assistance to china why are we helping china develop when he's folks are screwing us on trade ten million for women law enforcement officers in afghanistan and he just keeps going on and on and on page three forty eight of terrible rotten no good budget busting bill and nugget that i wish we obeyed section eighty one zero three none of the funds may be used to contra in contravention of the war powers act found somebody like me i'm still reading he says this is no brad thor thriller paints three sixty five overseas contingency operations aka military slush fund that circumvents budget camps all told we've spent over a trillion dollars in this budget busting category and then he keeps going and going and going until he gets to what painting it to shared six hundred pages tonight i'm done tweeting them for the evening if they insist on voting i will vote no because it spends too much and there's just too little time to read the bill and let everyone know what's actually in it thanks for sticking with me and then it went on to pass the senate and the president went undecided why do we have republicans in.
US Hiring Surge Last Month Pulls in Flood of New Workers
"Farmer abro martin straueli has been sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud martin squarely wept at his sentencing and apologize to investors i am sorry i lost your trust he said shelly dubbed the form of bropher his smirking dismissal of critics became notorious when he jacked up the cost of a lifesaving drug the crime for which he was convicted had nothing to do with that he defrauded investors into failed hedge funds prosecutors painted him as a manipulator who conned wealthy investors shelley's defence called him a misunderstood eccentric trolleys already served six months of the sevenyear sentence the judge imprisoned him early after he jokingly offered followers five thousand dollars for a lack of hillary clinton's air warren levinson new york us employers went on a hiring binge in february adding three hundred thirteen thousand jobs amid rising business confidence lifted by the trump administration's tax cuts and resilient global economy that according to the labor department news and analysis at town hall dot com i'm keith peters the nebraska supreme court says the builder of the keystone xl pipeline dozen have to reimburse attorneys who defended landowners against the company's efforts to gain access to their land decision resolves the dispute there was triggered when transcanada final them in a domain lawsuits against 71 nebraska landowners in two thousand fifteen only to drop them later amid uncertainty over whether the process used was constitutional omaha attorney david domina argued to the court in january the canada owes his law firm about three hundred fifty thousand dollars a transcanada attorney argued that there was no evidence of the land owners it signed a contract to pay specific feasted dominant his law partner a state commission approved a new pipeline route in november that decision is being appealed jeremy house reporting the chairman of a senate the oversight committee ron johnson of wisconsin is launching a review of the president's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports more on these stories at town hall dot com uh hmm the ground has taken the do look recently people without criminal past staging daylight robberies and assaults domestic squabbles brought to the workplace endangering yorker smell.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Look i would have never written a book um i don't right i don't spell i don't type i've never even thought about the concept of me running a writing a writing a book would be like uh you of of the thinking about seriously about the rodeo joining a circuit you know i was our old busted jewish you could join the ranks all the lights amerifactors wants the jewish gals have mounted a bucking bronco like it was that far away from me like you like with the way you would think about the rodeo as the ravaged think about riding we're going now but if somebody came to you and said we'll give you a three hundred fifty thousand dollars hold on to put this wrangler jeans gearan chad eight ucs turquoise all right and then in the end you did pretty good and you go oh i'm glad i'm not i'm glad that game i'm glad that came to me so when comedians just talking to eric ban about this when comedian start off they have no money they're desperate we are time and i got ta i'm but they're mainly desk driving i didn't i didn't have a ton of time i worked fulltime but i was also desperate was desperate and desperation gets you to do a lot of stuff and so now you have this thing were brian is very comfortable his wife makes a nice living he has a good life as a child and so it's like while who wants to go play honky tonks and go too cheap motels and ride around and vans fly west everyone at wearing get uber to the club and sleep in the green room in the club like okay you don't want to do that because because you're that on the other hand if somebody said i will give you a whole bunch of money to start producing a oneman show than you would probably take the csak and then you would probably begin figure it out to figure out that process now the question becomes how do you do that minus the czech or do do it i would say i agree with you spike the dancer somewhere in the middle like when brian says you have to devote your life.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And um which is like only about thirty thousand uh before he passed away he signed both the title core of the car and the mobile mobile home so that it could sell them when he passed away uh so now you yeah he signed them before he passed but he's sign them over to you you now own that those assets idea they're in your name okay so your brother owns nothing it's basically you own everything as an individual right rayo and so i am new to this night aci called kobe lawyer in his state to ask if i needed to open a probe probate gain looked at the information the mobile home and saw thought within my name and fit well then he has no assets right so you don't have to do jan you don't have to do jack may in his in any of as sauce uh any of his creditors are going to go after him in they're not may they're not going to go after it there's no one's going to spend waste the time so your flight i wouldn't do anything i would just let it blow past and then the estate now the and find out the your executive jobs and if you don't bother with probate that's what i would do and but i would tell you go talk to a probate attorney to make sure and you already did talk to a probate attorney in that other state who told you that correct so let me let me get this right okay i wanna i wanna get this correctly gripe you talk to an expert in a state that i don't practise law in and you call me after the fact to see if he was right i have that right may i at why do you yeah well i wouldn't may that that's a big mistake all right i i think i think you're fi no worry about it while what a concept ta or i bob europe welcome to handle on the law oh hi though i've got a question about a whistle blower fee i got screwed at of three hundred fifty thousand dollars by these people and i got information that.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The country some california that's right to meet with this woman who's been in the hospital for a period of time and in the implication that i'm reading here is to really encourage you to come out and come forward as soon as possible right that's right is that correct the hotel myth that's right in fact the day she was in the hospital there was a friend with her and that friend refuse to put her on the phone because she knew that this woman was was ill and and and she says she's not well to talk right now and if you care about or just sleeper alone until she's better and uh and lisa boom then jumps on a plane comes across the way in as soon as the woman he gets out of the hospital they start communicating again and then they set up the final meeting the meeting up the uh hotel and has the woman describes the beating it's a remarkable beating riches you know what will take to get you to come out and and and they said and now but offers up seven hundred fifty and this is how it was structured according to the woman if you given i'll give you three hundred fifty thousand dollars now and then if you go make the record it can pick your allegations on tape then you'll get second three hundred fifty thousand dollars it's sort of structure like a business transaction and that's how the woman describes it and they you know people will draw whatever inferences they well from that but that's the one the accounts and uh now the woman the woman who is known her last name is hearth um north or it was she broke uh us who and if she set out in at she bankrupt i don't know that i don't know anything but she was financially broke she what she described to me is that she's a working person and that some of her business as a cosmetic artist in new york went down after her allegations became public and so yes you she was hurting for money and what do you think of that uh three things happened first uh lisa boom sold the few of sodas for some money got her a few thousand dollars then they set up a gofundme that's just not there a second so leaks a lisa bloom right is selling photos of the accuser to the media.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"And i've got about three hundred fifty thousand dollars uh wow you invest wow and uh well it's from a land sale and uh uh that for a from a couple of months ago it's been sitting in my bank for the last two months not earning hardly and i i've been holding it for a purpose i'm i'm considering uh become binding chicken a chicken farm uh and uh my in my investor preempt tells me that i you know the interest is cheap i should finance at all finding everything that can your investor and doesn't have anywhere near as much money as you have and got opinions you have money and you know he he he says there is such thing as a good dad now he's full of crap and i you know my question i could pave it you can now the chicken houses are about three hundred thousand dan don't do it unless you do with cash uh and basically that would mean that it would guarantee me our longest the contract is up on uh on it i would keep my job my wife would actually more back who's operating it now uh it's not operating now oh you're building a new well no were peggy too old houses and upgrading inam standard so they will so ago punish showed that will actually radic contract well the pro forma zone those things are incredible they make a lot of money but there are a lot of work.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The there according to that would increase revenues by point two billion dollars over ten years so that's a that's a real which are to help with an at some point two billion dollars over ten years is twenty is is is two hundred million dollars a year for ten years is that right yeah so twenty million dollars a year twenty pounds up that's that's a really great idea but but the meantime we can get rid of your personal exemptions and we're going to we're going to receive one point five trillion dollars more in income over ten years so that's what the common people are going to be tank of the rainbow people need to realise on that is that when you makeover about three hundred thousand dollars a year you're you're paying alternative minimum tax which supposed with they're going to repeal that i'll believe that will boost believing it but a lot of people don't get that exemption deduction it is people under of under probably three hundred fifty thousand dollars a year that that need the personal exempt him and if they're going to raise one point five trillion dollars over ten years by getting rid of that who do you think's paying for the at the middle class this is not going to help the middle class this is going to be a sting to the middle class it'll help some that rent it it will hurt those that by so what you have younger in california we have younger families that are trying to buy homes if they can limit let me ask you about that and buying homes if you're gonna cap the deductions on property taxes and you're stein a mess around with the mortgage interest deduction is even though i understand there there there is significant you're gonna start hurting the commercial and residential real estate markets again are you not the lutely decrease the value because why would you go out and buy one of the same durant the old you'll be and then if you're venture troops coming up some liquor new um fed german wants to raise interest rates which are not opposed to but when you do that values come down to so if you have a.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on KKAT
"The meantime we can get rid of your personal exemptions and we're gonna we're here to receive one point five trillion dollars more in income over ten years so that's what the common people of the bank of the book people need to realise on that is that when you make over about three hundred thousand dollars a year europe you're paying uh alternative minimum tax which supposedly they are going to repeal that i'll believe that will be believing it but a lot of people don't get that exempted deduction it this people under it under probably three hundred fifty thousand dollars a year that that meet the personal exemptions and if they're going to raise one point five trillion dollars over ten years by getting rid of that who do you think tank for the uh the middle class this is not going to help the middle class is sticking to the middle class it'll help some that rent and it will hurt those by so gender in california we have younger families that are trying to buy homes if they can't let me let me ask you about that and buying homes if you're gonna cap the deductions on property taxes and we're starting to mess around with the mortgage interest deduction is even though i understand their their their significant you're going to start hurting the commercial and residential real estate markets again are you not overtly the recruits the value pick of why would you go out and buy one of the same durant we will be and then if you have interest rates coming up some liquor new um that german wants to raise interest rates which i'm not opposed to but when you do that values come down through so if you have a double double hit at the same time you could really hurt people the values of home so they're 5 out of eight rule might be find it appropriate ever make money on your house again the rest of your life so i this is the gut asinine i think they could have come up with and i don't know who the big consulted worked with this is crazy guide then buddy i much appreciate your call i really do thank you so much thank you bye thank you.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WTMA
"The third quarter that would increase revenues by point two billion dollars over ten years so that's a that's a real central help prison so point two billion dollars over ten years is twenty is is is two hundred million dollars a year for ten years is that right yeah so twenty million dollars a year it's like twenty i'll up that's that's a really great idea but but the meantime we can get rid of your personal exemptions and we're gonna we're gonna receive one point five trillion dollars more in income over ten years so that's what the common people are going to be packed with the rainbow people need to realise on that is that when you make over about three hundred thousand dollars a year you're you're paying uh alternative minimum tax which supposed to are going to repeal that i'll believe that will be believing it but a lot of people don't get that exemption deduction it is people under it under probably three hundred fifty thousand dollars a year the that need the personal exemptions and if they're going to raise one point five trillion dollars over ten years by getting rid of that who do you think's bang for the app the middle class this is not going to help the middle class this is going to be a sting to the middle class it'll help some that rent and it will hurt those that by so what do you have younger in california we have younger families that are trying to buy homes if they came that limit let me ask you about that and buying homes if you're gonna cap the deductions some property taxes and you're starting to mess around with the mortgage interest deduction even though i understand their their are significant you're gonna start hurting the commercial and residential real estate markets again how you now lutely the recruits the value because why would you go out and buy one it's the same to rent fuel you'll be and then if you have interest rates coming up some liquor new um that german wants to raise interest rates which i'm not opposed to vote when you do that value come down to so if you have a.
"three hundred fifty thousand dollars" Discussed on WJR 760
"Thousand to three hundred fifty thousand dollars cash or assured he no ten percent according to the judge if released on bond galloway as ordered to remain on a tether and under house arrest at his parents home no charges have been filed in the case of the missing woman the heads of oakland and wayne counties will get together today to announce a new plan to battle opioid abuse and the epidemic now brooks patterson and warren evans are sent to outline what their counties are doing to deal with the crisis they say the plan will be rolling out a first of its kind plan in the state of michigan the announcement is in the noon hour the search continues for people unaccounted for since the massive wildfires broke out in northern california correspondent omar human as reports from santa rosa two dozen fires have scorched over a hundred seventy thousand acres across california in just a few days is one of the hardest hit areas being california's wine country and the northern part of the state over twenty people have been killed hundreds missing authorities feared the death toll will rise could the massacre of men avoided in las vegas if the response was faster here's a hotel radio call made by a maintenance man to his supervisor quiet quiet all right on the thirty huggy toward gone away yeah he ended all way i can't tell you what really looked like he acquired on the whole way according to the police 'timeline that was about six minutes before steven paddock opened fire at the concert goers the first lawsuit has been filed charging that the response was not quick enough president trump will sign an executive order today loosening up the rules on small business to give them more choices on how to handle health coverage for employees and depart from obama national care wjr news time ten all three here's steve courtney sports good morning once again my friends at sports.
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"In the country paid him just seventy nine thousand dollars of his two hundred fifty thousand dollar policy at a mortgage on the house i've had estimates of three three hundred fifty thousand dollars to rebuild past bob cables house was torn down after he sold it for a loss and he believes it was because of a falsified engineering report a photo cable took was solid proof for many others sandy victims who were struggling with similar situations how many houses dc that are empty our this block probably half of the cables pleaded to vice president at their insurance company and passed on their evidence but the company denied full payment arguing subsequent reports supported them with frustration as high as the water marks in their home the cables filed a lawsuit that sue drew the attention of a texas trial lawyer who had never been to long beach on got on his plane in a hurry steed must in has won billions fighting insurance companies and when he heard about bob cables case he says he had a gut feeling the cable family wasn't alone sure enough he says his y ustinov is now flooded with paperwork from victims of the superstorm there's been a systematic fraud on the policyholders who fell flip climbs from sandy what's the fraud the fraud is taking engineer's report and changing them from saying there were structural damage to saying there's no structural damage or giving the engineers a form to fill out that already has the conclusion of no structural damage why would anyone save money the biggest ticket item inside a claim for a flood climbers the structural damage in so when.