18 Burst results for "Three Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars"

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Of Atlanta was fine but traffic was blocked up on seventy five northbound and two eighty five eastbound on the north side of the perimeter in Atlanta because the vice president's motorcade win so when the I did not know this until the president the vice president came to Atlanta for the For the discussion about Getting Black voters support the president. I didn't know that win. The president and the vice president are together. They don't give the vice president of fancy motorcade I thought they both always got it but not when when the president and the vice president art together the president gets the fancy motorcade. The vice president get stuck in traffic when the vice president comes by himself. He gets a full presidential motorcade. Now I've been in one of these sports but a long time but back when I was in college I got to was Bob Dole and Jack Kemp Bob Jack. Kemp came through making George. I got drive in the motorcade with him. They had become the nominees. They were campaigning through Georgia. Trying to bring Georgia into the Republican camp and they stopped and making Went to the bear's den and I was the lead car behind the presidential limo that fuller who is Jack Kemp chief was half the time was the Heritage Foundation President and taking time off to do kipps campaign and so I got to drive the minivan and he was impressive. So what happens? Is the the police if you never see one of these? The police get ahead of the motorcade. They know the time the Medicaid supposedly they block all the traffic they block all the on ramps on the interstate or so. You can't get onto the interstate and they clear out the entire interstate on that side. They don't do the other side's traffic typically. They only do the side of the interstate device. Prisons going to be on or the president's going to be on they cleared out and so the president has an unobstructed path every and they get it in place well before the cars moving. So that there's there's no pause you just go and it's an they use a lot of the state police. They use local police. These motorcycles they used cars. They blocked the path. Everybody they clear the entire route so they can move forward now a lot of times. The president will come with the helicopter until he could fly over at not have about it but the last time the president came to Georgia. He had a motorcade the vice president now these times having a big motorcade and it just is wherever they go. It's a it completely ties. Traffic DOWN IN. Macon within the vice president came to endorse Brian Yup they asked me to the event this was with this was in the cable camp. Run off the Kemp campaign asked if I would come be the emcee of the event and they told me. I had to get their super early because when the vice presidential motorcade came in he was landing at the Middle Georgia regional airport. He wouldn't landing at Robins Air Force Base But military airport and then would come up and all the traffic would be blocked off and it was. It was just a mess. It took me forever to get home because even if the vice president left traffic was terrible so he's in Atlanta today mostly for Ravi Zacharias now. Kelly. Leffler is in the news. Today she's donating her salary. She's donating it to a bunch of Georgia charities which is a nice thing for her to do. I suspect the way this is going to be. Read is is cynical by some people. But let me read you the story from Tim Mitchell in the AJC checks of three thousand eight hundred dollars each began arriving at various Georgian on profits in mid March just as many were contemplating the impact. The coronavirus pandemic would have a just a nice surprise. Said Jeff Breedlove a spokesman for Georgia Council Substance Abuse. He and his colleagues waited to see whether the person who sent the donation Kelly laughter with reach out when they didn't hear from her. They assume she wanted to keep the gift. Private other nonprofits contacted by the C. Said the same. None had prior knowledge that the donations representing Leffler Senate salary were coming or received an explanation why they were chosen. Leffler faced challenges. The money she donated to the CDC Foundation help with Covid Nineteen response and the second harvest is south. Georgia put the contribution receive toward middle meal distribution for families.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Lavish trips and other personal expenses police are looking for a scammer who took money from two elderly women in Arlington and Milton I would love to see them get arrested it all began when this melting grandmother got a call from a young man who falsely claim be was your grandson he told her he was in Mexico and needed cash fast he said man I am in trouble I'm in Cancun and it it blends cat and she wants the money now to add that would be it so he said I need to get a key not tell anyone not even mom and dad so she went to the bank and withdrew more than thirteen grand in cash one of the correct actually came to the house to pick it up and they weren't done yet I said now when I give you this money you'll see that my grandson gets taken to the airport and they said absolutely the next morning they called and asked for more money she did not pay more and eventually told her family now Milton police are investigating but at this point the money's gone that was WBZ TV is Jim Smith reporting a Massachusetts man says to women cheated him out of a four million dollars in lottery winnings by taking advantage of his inability to read or speak English sure well Louise de Pont sued Maria Olivera and Susana Gasper in Bristol Superior Court over a scratch ticket records show that to Ponce ticket said for mill which means four thousand in Portuguese Olivera denies receiving a lottery ticket from dupont and never giving him three thousand eight hundred dollars she says she has never cashed in lottery tickets for anyone well with the Superbowl set to be played at hard rock stadium in Miami authorities there are working on security we.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And other personal expenses police are looking for a scammer who took money from two elderly women in Arlington and Milton I would love to see them get arrested it all began when this melting grandmother got a call from a young man who falsely claimed he was our grandson he told her he was in Mexico and needed cash fast he said man I am in trouble I'm in Cancun and it it blooms cat and she wants the money now to add that would be it so he said I need to get a key not tell anyone not even mom and dad so she went to the bank and withdrew more than thirteen grand in cash one of the correct actually came to the house to pick it up and they weren't done yet I said now when I give you this money you'll see that my grandson gets taken to the airport and they said absolutely but that's a good one the next morning they called and asked for more money she did not pay more and eventually told her family now Milton police are investigating but at this point the money's gone that was WBZ's Jim Smith reporting a Massachusetts man says to women cheated him out of a four million dollar lottery winning by taking advantage of his inability to read or speak English she well Louise de Pont sued Maria Olivera and Susanna Gasper in Bristol Superior Court over a scratch ticket records show that da Ponte's ticket said for mill which means four thousand in Portuguese Olivera denies receiving a lottery ticket from dupont and ever giving him three thousand eight hundred dollars she says she has never cashed in a lottery tickets for anyone well presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders Amy clover shore and Elizabeth Warren are in Washington for the impeachment trial their campaigns are still working hard getting out the vote before the upcoming Iowa caucus CBS's Todd Meigle has more we stopped at center any clover chars Demona campaign headquarters volunteers spend evenings calling potential caucus goers going some likely caucus goers in your area to see if you will be supporting senator clubs are online at even though clover Shara stuck in Washington that the impeachment trial her supporters are making sure voters don't forget her I think that's our biggest advantage is the organization we've got on the ground and the endorsements in his article the senators warn of climate change but they may be forced to increase their carbon footprint because of the impeachment trial they'll have to rely more heavily on private jet travel between Washington and Iowa so they could make it.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on Primary Ride Home

Primary Ride Home

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on Primary Ride Home

"Next up one of my favorite little political details around money when the candidates filed their fundraising an expense reports with the Federal Election Commission they have to disclose what they spent their money on and then journalists get to spend endless hours combing through the if you see database looking for anything wacky that might jump out this time it was acque Monteiro of politico who did the digging I'm just going to read a few highlights from montel article and I strongly encourage you to check out the link in the show notes to enjoy the rest I am purposely leaving out some of the best stuff here because he really earned that nick okay I up quote former Vice President Joe Biden who famously loves ice cream spent over three thousand eight hundred dollars at Jenny he's splendid ice cream in Columbus Ohio for donor gifts he also personally visited the shop in two thousand sixteen while he was vice president to talk about liberal overtime rules and declaring my name is Joe Biden and I love ice cream end quote next up a candidate who is reusing president title campaign swag item for another race quote the day representative Eric Swallow well dropped out of the presidential race his campaign transferred some of its assets his house campaign committee as he prepares to run for reelection in California's Fifteenth Congressional district that includes over seven thousand dollars worth of shoelaces branded with the Hashtag swale welling a reference to the congressman's habit of snapping pictures of his shoes when he boards airplanes heading back to his district right from DC and quote and last up an item from a man who knows a witch budget hotel he likes quote when you're on the road sometimes as you see hotels more than your own bed for former representative Joe Sestak that man to one particular hotel his campaign paid fourteen ten minutes about this but it won't go check the link and before you read it just ask yourself which candidate hired a local DJ named DJ prints Isis in South Carolina to Dj at a campaign event apparently DJ prints ice is really great by the way find out at that link in the show notes.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 710 WOR

"W O art tonight with Joe contract and. Well, well, I live studio guests in the six o'clock hour lease fell excited. We got a good one. Yes. Ethnic kunia. Thank you. Yes. Compound media, compoundmedia dot com. Yeah. Yes. The only place I could work now where I don't have a boss that can fire me as as much as I know or think can you find yourself. Be fire. I can fire myself, and I have molded over a few time. Really? Yeah. I've I've pretty much have impunity, which is nice only a few people. These days have the ability to actually say what they want and not be dragged on the carpet for it. So it's a unique experience coming from terrestrial radio. Now, you're a Long Island guy. Right. Yeah. Yeah. I'm out there in the beautiful hamlet of Roslyn. So it's nice. I've got nice neighbors. They're quiet. They don't you know, there's been a few episodes where they've come knocking on my door gone. Is there an issue going on, you know, Lenny Dykstra, over then that leads there's an issue. So do you drive into the city because I want to ask you first about this congestion pricing. Apparently, it's going to become a thing. At least I we're talking before the show, we do our show prep, and I don't get how you if you drive a low sixtieth street. How exactly are you going to be fined for that? Or is it going to be cameras everywhere now, and I'm going to get a Bill like, hey, you drop below sixtieth St. eight times, you three thousand eight hundred dollars like how does this work? I don't even be the only way they could do it digitally. I I drive occasionally in the summer the winters, just a pain. I can't be bothered, but with the congestion pricing now, you're right. How did how did they figure that out? They can't put little toll booth. Although with some of the stuff they've done over the years. I wouldn't be surprised, but yeah, I guess it's all digital people realize how much of what you do on a daily basis is looked at your license plates or read your faces a red. They know exactly who is where and when so I'm sure it could be done digitally. We see with red light cameras and tolls whip through toll these days, you'll you'll get a Bill so they love sending out those bills. And I love how quickly you get those. If you have a dispute about something it could literally take a year to settle with the the city, but if you blow through a red light or did something that ticket is there two days later by regular. Oh, I wonder why it gets so tied up when I wanna get my money from you, so efficient aren't they are you going to support a Bill de Blasio if he runs for president in two thousand twenty because he's currently pulling a zero point basically everywhere. All I think of when I read the Paul's is that great scene from animal house, gene wermer is sitting there, and he just looks at Mr. Bluto blue Carson zero point zero we go to that one. Your polling at zero point zero it, but that figures, I think you'd get these people that absolutely don't. I don't I don't think these people understand how. How they Paul. I think he's all puffed up on himself being the mayor of New York, and you've probably got a lot of. Yes. Men and everything and he thinks he's actually doing something. Nice. And then you look and see his wife has been given all kinds of money for things that just go nowhere. I'm sorry. But the subways and public transit in this city is literally disgusting. It's terrible. And then he talks about you know, straws and paper bag plastic bags. That's the thing. Right. It's one thing to say get out of your cars and start using mass transit I would say fine to that. Except it sucks in so bad rather be in my car, at least again, it takes I live twenty two miles away. That's what ways tells me. I'm I'm out in jersey, and by train it takes me an hour and forty minutes to get here because I got to go to another town and go to Secaucus, then I have to transfer that it bottlenecks, then I get the New York Penn. Then I gotta get one subway transfer to another one it's ridiculous. If I live in Japan, I'm here at six. Take it away. Lease a lot of questions talking to today about Joe Biden and these issues about alleged touching women's coming coming forward. Do you think this is going to have an effect on whether he's gonna jump into the campaign? I was thinking that the other day like they do these exploratory things where they go and say should we run? And I always wondered like what was that four g the wanna run or you don't want to run? And then I started realizing, oh, it's to see how much is going to come out about you. And if you can handle it, and I think that's what he's doing. So this thing with him. I won't even call it like sexual harassment or anything, but it's definitely intrusive. It's an intrusion on someone's space and in this day and age with with me too movement and believe all women, and he's really in a weird position. Now, it's been documented ad nauseam him with women wives of these guys. He's swearing in their kids totally inappropriate what he does. But everyone laughs and goes. Well, it's Joe is just that crazy guy. Yeah. Well, I don't want the crazy guy in the White House. I don't know what he's doing. But it looks creepy. Right. It's not criminal. But it's definitely crazy. And it's creepy is the same word that everybody uses time. It's amazing. And it's always with them. You get, sir. He's he's a swearing in one of the guys and his wife is standing there ice Lee, supporting her man, and and he's groping these women's shelters. It's the wife today came forward and said, you know, that was not an appropriate. So don't let that be taken out of context. It is hard to have to come be. Batting down these allegations one after the other when you wanna be announcing your candidacy envy coming out strong and making millions of dollars do while doing it. So people still they base it on basically, the first thing they think of when they see that person. And unfortunately, Warren, I think Indian yeah. No, she's one one thousand twenty-fourth Indians. The first thing I think it's the same thing with Biden the first thing is when I look at them now, I don't think oh vice president, oh distinguished Senator. I think guy who likes to smell hair smell kiss without permission and Adam Schiff is a pencil neck now, it's Trump has this magic of being able to give someone in name, and it sticks. Like glue is amazing. How he he's got the ability to do that whoever goes against him. I was about to say we were talking right before we came on. You said you'd have to be a mental patient to what to go up against Trump. Yeah. Because of that reason alone is just the ringer that you're gonna go. Through one stage, fourteen people want to and. Yeah. Fourteen people want. I mean, do we remember the whole thing of its we're lucky you're not in charge of the criminal Justice system. And then he turns around and Hillary and goes, yeah. Because you'd be in jail that was a mic drop moment. From an Eddie Murphy stand up from the eighties that was brilliantly delivered and who wants to be part of that. Do you do any acting up? Now, it's just some small things friends. It put me in over the years. Okay. Amy Schumer had me on the inside Amy Schumer a few times and a few of the other comics put me in things. So I love it. It's fun. You do the voice thing though. Right. Yeah. Yeah. I've done voices for a lot of video games. That's win weird. It's like how do you get found to do that? Like, how are you discovered? It was just like everything else the radio business when I got into radio. I was in construction until I was in my thirties Thursday, and yeah, I didn't go to school for ten years ago. Anything yet ten years ago? I wish Janine. But it was all of those deals where I just kind of back door to interrupt radio. And literally threw my toolbox for air conditioning and heating out onto ninety five as I drove up to Boston to do my first gig with Opie. I just threw it out. That's it knowing damn well in two weeks. I'd probably buying new one. Well, knock wood it worked out. And then the more people that heard me, and I love the whole medium of radio and recording and television and whatnot. So when production guys would give me assignments to put a commercial together. Usually the radio guys would be like to ten minutes. What are you doing? I'd be there for hours multi tracking and doing voices and the production. I loved it. The other guys hated it. Because it made them look lazy and bad. But I got a couple of awards for the spots. I did up there. And then I got some calls to do voice over work. And that was always my dream since I was a kid. I love the big voice boss jocks from the seventies. When I was driving in the car, my father here in New York, and you're like, Ron Lundy CBS FM and all that all those guys. I was just I was captivated by it. But never knew how to get into it. So now, there are no more DJ's. It is. That's the only commodity. I think that really is left in radio is the personalization of actually a person talking. We could get music. I could get every song that plays. I love could do that with Pandora. It's great. But there's something about a jock. It's alive thing, you you're knowing if something into the world is happening or if he feels similar Italian feel or she. But it's that's dead. It's gone. They don't they don't want radio guys to have personalities and to really talk anymore. Read the liner keep your mouth shut keep it tight. And how is somebody supposed to stand out and become the next big name in the business? I I actually don't think they want the next big name. They demand a little too much and too much of a liability to it got to the point where years ago, you could say some pretty outrageous things, and you'd get that slap on the wrist back in the office, but they would be going. Wow. You see the ratings? Now, everyone is expendable. It doesn't matter how powerful or how much money or even bringing in. If you say the wrong thing, you are gonna go social media changed the radio. Oh my God. Unbelievable. When social media I really caught on. It was such a great thing for for broadcasting gave the ability to speak directly to people at that moment about what was going on. And then someone decided what if I don't put my name on this. And just talk crap about everybody on here. And and it became a really a bullying platform is what ninety nine percent of social media is. And then the other one percent is awesome. It's kitten and puppy videos, which is joy wholeheartedly. It's the mob and Anthony cumia you wrote a book as well. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Permanently suspended is the name of the book because that was me with my.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:45 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Be ADD. Our? Looking at these articles that these things I want to talk about our gun, man. It's like all over the place. But that's okay. Survive me being that way for years. So what's new? So. Where do I start? So I saw this one. I thought this is interesting in the Wall Street Journal it was over sixty and crushed by student loan debt. You don't you think your student loan debt would be gone by the time. You're sixty. But I've known people, I know people still have student loan debt. They kind of walked away from because they fell on hard times after they got out of college. And one of the things that I mean, a lot of times I'll tell me younger people really think about you know, it's and I got this. I guess well, a friend of mine Steve digs wrote the book, no debt. No, sweat and good friend of mine, actually talks a lot about student loans and those types of things in his writings if you ever just want to read something that's good and just getting your head straight on basic finance. That's a good read, no debt. No sweat. Now. He talks about buying cars because he had actually spent a head a little stint as a car salesman contest a little bit about that. And and talks about just just basics basics of finance. But he often talked about how parents have been given a Bill of goods that they actually owed to their kids to pay for their college education. When reality they probably need to be focusing on their own finances. And in the other thing that he talks about is making sure that you well, you don't have to go straight from high school into college in, you know, some people are saying, we'll forget college altogether nowadays. And I don't know about that. I'm a big big proponent of education. I'm a I'm an education daily. I just I go crazy at it. I've seven financial planning related degrees. And all of our guys in that work with us are all designated with multiple multi designations. And I just can't you can't become educated enough. That's where you provide so much value to humanity is in what you know. And how to apply what you know. Because information is diamond doesn't. It was the idea the information age would make us all so savvy and make us phenomenal as investors or whatever. And the reality is it just made a bunch of confused people because they're so overloaded with information. They don't know what to do. You know, everybody's telling me to do something different. And I get confused, and I don't know how to apply all the different pieces of information. And if you don't do this every day. If you don't do what we do every day. It's really hard to figure out how to apply all this information because you're trying to figure out. Okay. Well, how does social security taxes all has a Medicare tax play into taking social security, and and taking in my IRA, did do I do Roth IRA conversions or do? I not do them. And you know, in a lot of the investing circles, this stuff is just a bunch of sales tools, and they use these things as sales tools financial planning has become a Vic sales tool as one of the things that frustrated me is it's one of these things. It's great financial planning is crate just has so many good aspects to planning strategies, and you know, I've had conversations with professors at the university to teach financial planning, and they're frustrated as well. Yeah. This one that was actually teaching a class and one of my people that works for me actually was attending this class, and they gave them a sample assignment. Here. Here's a financial planning. Scenario. Here's here's a person a couple, and here's what they're scenarios. Here's what they're trying to come up with a solution. And they're the only group that actually came up with a solution that the the person that was running the class liked was the one that my adviser was in and he held them out to last and said, listen to what she has to say and Swazi and she's she runs the downtown office. And and she is works with us up here in we does how does our compliance for a company in district, and she has a background is an attorney. And they said, listen, what this lady has to say, this is I've only had two groups in my entire time of teaching this class that have given the proper solution to this problem, and this is one of them. And I was very proud, obviously at that point. But here's what happens is that financial planning becomes as you've got this big eighty nine thousand one hundred page plan, and it's loaded up with stuff that oh, by the way, we sell, and that's what happens is you get this big sales pitch of. Things that you need to buy from us in new ity and in a very life insurance in or maybe a real estate investment trust and this managed account and in all of this stuff, and you go Calgon take me away. I don't know who to trust. I was actually reading a prospectus for an annuity this morning. And I was reading and going I am I really having a hard time following this. I am really having a hard time following how this thing would actually work. I cannot imagine being a client reading this prospectus and going is this thing actually good for me. It was dismissed life contract. I forget what they call their the the. Oh, good grief there their policy that they advertise like crazy out there right now can't think of the name of it off top my head, but bright bright source or some I can't think something like that. Anyway, besides beside the point. So what happened was? The the these financial plans, they'll they'll come out. And they'll say, hey, you're all the things. Well, I'm reading this article and going sixty years old. Here's a person. Here are people that probably never did any planning or maybe they got out of college, and they ran into a hard time, and they just decided to walk away from their debt and don't they don't think about it. Well, here's what's going on. They're having funds garnished from their social security checks. You know, they said the on average student loan borrowers in their sixties. You know, what they're down their student loan debt. Still is in their sixties from this article. It was thirty three thousand eight hundred dollars. It's up forty four percent from two thousand and ten. This is from trans union. The data Wall Street Journal got this data from trans union student debt rose one hundred and sixty one percent for people aged sixty and older from two thousand ten through two thousand seventeen. So you're looking at these people in their sixties, and they're thinking, Ron, I'm guessing maybe forgot about their student debt. Then thought about it in years. And now what's happening is they have to work longer hoping like anything. They're not replaced by younger people with lower incomes, and they're having to rely on credit cards and personal loans to pay for basic expenses. You know? So, and this is something that I like, I said, I know people that are in the situation, I've worn them, you you don't realize you're thinking about retiring getting social security. You may have the your wages. Garnished the social security garnished buffet pay for this student loan debt. Got to think about this stuff. And yeah, maybe you were on hard times when you were. You know, we're we're working. But a lot of people are living way above what they should be living off of their incomes are decent now. And they're living at the level of other people making the same incomes as they are. Yeah. You might have a fifty sixty thousand dollar income per year. But you probably ought to be living. Like, you're making forty end paying off some of this desk. So you're not you're not just decimated by when you get into retirement, just very you've got to be very very conscious of this stuff. And then at the same time try to retire you save money for retirement. Yeah. Just it becomes a little bit daunting. But you know, it's doable. I always bring people back and go look at it. We are blessed in this country. We live in a country that is by any type of measure. We are blessed compared to the rest of the world. And I always tell people about this website because it's it's one of those websites, you go to and you stick your information in and he starts to feel pretty good about where you're actually sitting versus the rest of the world. And sometimes you just need this. Sometimes you just need to feel like you're doing, okay. On the website is global rich list out dot com. Global G L O B A L R I C H L I S T, just like a sounds global rich list dot com, and it's a fun website. You say, okay what country from and then you put in your country, if you're in the United States but United States, and then he say put your income in here. Can you put your income? And it tells you where you where you are in the standings in the world. And you'd be surprised you get a very low income twenty thirty thousand dollars. But what we're doing so often as we're just trying to compete with our friends. And I remember when my income was incredibly low. And I was just I had this funny thing I had I it till I made it in our read the millionaire next door, and I will never forget reading that book and going. Oh boy. If I'm going to do. Well, I've got to start saving, but I don't have much of anything and income, and I'm in a financial because I was working for an investment firm and doing health insurance and stuff like that. I was doing a lot of benefits, but I had to look like I was doing okay. Because nobody wants to take any advice, whether it be on your employee benefit to your health insurance or anything from from somebody. That's failing. So I had to look like I was doing. Okay. So I read the millionaire next door, and I go, oh, wait a minute. You know, the wealthiest people dry pickup, trucks and jeeps. Are the two vehicles. So what did I get? I got a Jeep it was cheap cheap. And nobody knew what I made. As I was thinking about Sam Walton Sam Walton richest guy in the in the world at the time driving that old beat up pickup truck, right? And nobody knew that this guy. You know, you wouldn't know by looking at them. But you know, pickup trucks were that was the number one driven vehicle, but they were so practical that nobody thought twice if you drove a pickup truck. So that's not a bad choice. Something like that. So that's that's one thing. I would think about is. Okay. I gotta I gotta fake it till I make it. And then what I had to think about is. Okay. So I gotta start saving some money, and I go, well, how do you make it on that low level of income? Why are you just did it did it, and I would not hang out with a lot of the people that I was giving advice deal on a day to day basis fishing magin, always hanging out with in my work day. I always hanging out with business owners and working with business owners, and physicians and people that were way more successful than I was..

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KDOW

"We're talking about retirees those sixty plus having a big problem. We already have a tremendous crises when it comes to retirement. Most people can't retire many people going back to work. But yet what do they always talk about the economy? We're always tell how great the economy's doing right. There's nothing like it's a fantastic. Inch won't give better. We've got a vibrant economy. So we have a vibrant accounting do what we can't pay two and a half percent interest. Melanesia she's five and six percent. But we can't pay two and a half, George, vibrant. How can it be vibrant? How could it be vibrant? We have a situation where we have retired baby boomer sixty years old. Plus, they all eighty six billion in student loans. They on average a thirty three thousand eight hundred dollars going into retirement that's up forty four percents since two thousand ten what are you nuts? That's the largest increase of any age group over that timespan for heaven's sakes. And they can tell you what the economy is wonderful. Now, let me also tell you another reason why they're worried why we're down three hundred point today. It's not because of the trade agreement. That's all I. Why? Housing you ever noticed when they give you a housing starch. They bundle them all together. Oh, look at this housing starts. You're terrific. Wow. The economy's blasting off. Wow, cylinder taking off. But when you pull out the single family house, you go we're the single family. Nobody builds single family house all the housing starts are multi family apartments. People. Can't afford a house not even with the interest rates where they are today member the ten year treasury yield is what you pay for your mortgage, what dictates how much you're gonna pay in the thirty year fixed rate mortgage, which is about two and a half percent. We can't pay it. So housing starts are down because young people living with the millennials. They're living with their parents because they can't get a job. Why can't they get a job because people can't retire because 4._0._1._K's have failed them the 4._0._1._K has failed them. That's the worst experiment ever. It's terrible. And that's one reason why retire guy retired. He can't advisors four K the fees that were hitting twenty two hidden fees were taken half of his money. He didn't know it matter of fact, most of you are in a four, okay don't even know that you're paying fees. They did a study any percent of people. Oh, I didn't know I was paying fees. So people can retired. That means the young folks who get this big student debt get out of contra living with mom and dad, they can't get a job. But what are we being told every day? Everything's very good. Economy's great. Everything's running right. Meshaal? We hear about every day. We're seeing very good business investment cap. We're not we're not seeing good business investment. We're being told that, but we're not that's not true at all. Business investment did collapse. That's right. Well, we're being told it was one day. He does business investment was fantastic. And it was collapsing. Just like one day. He tells us how everything's going well with the with with the Chinese, and oh, well now, we're not sure that's why if you're going to invest stop listening to the knowledge if you're going to invest you've got to join my gang because you're going to be told wouldn't abaya stock Wintershall hashtag went to hold the stock all based on money flow from a chart that I created that follows the money what money the big institutional money stocks. Don't go up or down because you're buying a little bit of stock stocks go up and down because when the institutions by what I mean by the largest banks to largest hedge funds, the largest insurance companies, and they all get together. And by inclusion they all say, okay, let's all by this. Let's all by that one. It wasn't that way. Before. In fact, I was telling my clash this morning. It used to be when we had a weak dollar when we had a weak dollar, which it okay, look weak dollar. Let's start buying industrial today. We'll buy Caterpillar. Because the dollars week. Let's buy Caterpillar and what we'll do is. We'll we'll we'll it will sell sell short Clorox short because they Clark needs a strong dollar, but doesn't matter anymore. What's doctor in it used to be be four weeks you should identify? If a dollar was weekly by these stocks of dollar was struggling by these stocks. No because now, which stock buybacks everything goes up. Stock buybacks has been it was a crime remember into Ronald Reagan change. It was a crime. They're manipulating the market. It goes up and up in up and up and to go up anymore and remember on January sixteen I don't know of anybody else who predicted it. I get on January sixteenth. I should the market was going to crash in two thousand eighteen and the and I said, you will capitulate me the worst month would be in December. I said I picked out December Almost twelve months out. I said December would be the capitulation, man. I said that on January sixteenth two thousand eighteen and December two thousand eighteen wash the worst month. Now, I'm telling you this. I'm not sitting here to be gloom and doom. We're going to make money when the market goes down. My job is to make sure that my members are making money when the market goes down. My job is to make sure that is just as easy for the make. Money when the market's going up as it goes down. That they can maneuver nice and easy. Does it matter when they wake up in the morning? They don't care if the market's down or the markets shop there in that position because I got him. I tell them exactly went to buy exactly when to sell exactly when to run like hell. Stop thinking of these fundamentals. You don't buy stocks any longer because of fundamentals. What are you nuts? You'll never retire retire you're going to be in Catford and Wednesday instead of spaghetti day. It's just ridiculous. We're never told the truth. Just like the job numbers..

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And we'll bring water and life to as many as a thousand parishioners in rural Uganda for up to twenty years in this jubilee year of mercy, why not make this your act of mercy in Jesus name goal to wells of life dot net and make a personal donation was of life dot net. This is sixty AM The Answer. Most people can't retire. Many people are going back to work. But yet what what do they always talk about the economy? We're always tell how great the economy's doing right. There's nothing like it's a fantastic. It's going to get better. We got a vibrant economy. So we have a vibrant account and do what we can't pay two and a half percent interest. Now interesting to be five and six percent, but we can't pay two and a half, George, vibrant. How can it be vibrant? How could it be vibrant where we have a situation where we have retired baby boomer sixty years old. Plus, they all eighty six billion in student loans. They on average a thirty three thousand eight hundred dollars going into retirement that's up forty four percent since two thousand ten what are you nuts? That's the largest increase of any age group over that timespan for heaven's sakes. And they can tell you what the economy is wonderful. Now, let me also tell you another reason why they're worried and why we're down three hundred point it's not because of trade agreement. That's all I. Housing you ever noticed when they give you housing starch. They bundle them all together. Oh, look at this housing. Start your terrific. Wow. The economy's blasting off. Wow, cylinder taking off. But when you pull out the single family house, you go we're the single family. Nobody's built single family house. All the housing starts are multifamily apartments. People. Can't afford a house not even with the interest rates where they are today member the ten year treasury yield is what you pay for your mortgage, what dictates how much you can pay in the thirty year fixed rate mortgage, which is about two and a half percent. We can't pay it. So housing starts your down because young people their living with the millennials. They're living with their parents because they can't get a job. Why can't they get a job because people can't retire because four O one case have failed them the 4._0._1._K has failed them. That's the worst experiment ever. It's terrible. And that's one reason why retire Guidry to retire. He can't he finds his k. The fees that were hitting twenty two hidden fees. We're taking half of his money. He didn't know it matter of fact, most of you are in a foreign key don't even know that you're paying fees. They did a study eighty percent of oh, I didn't know I was paying fees. So people can retired. That means the young folks who get this big student debt get outta contra living with mom and dad, they can't get a job. But what are we being told every day? Everything's very good. Economy's great. Everything's running. Right. We hear about every day. We're seeing very good business investment cap. We're not we're not seeing good business investment. We're being told that, but we're not that's not true at all. Business investment did collapse. That's right. Well, we're being told it was one day. He's business investment was fantastic. And it was collapsing. Just like one day. He tells us how everything's going well with the with with the Chinese and oh well now, we're not sure. That's why if you're going to invest stop listening to the knowledge if you're going to invest you've got to join my gang because you're going to be told wouldn't have bioshock Wintershall stock went to hold the stock all based on money flow from a chart that I created that follows the money what money the pig institutional money. Stocks don't go up or down because you're buying a little bit of stock stocks go up and down because when the institutions by what I mean by the largest banks, the largest hedge wants the largest insurance companies, and they all get together. And by inclusion they all say, okay, let's all by this. Let's all by that one. Wasn't that way? Before. In fact, I was telling my clash this morning. Used to be when we had a weak dollar when we had a weak dollar, which it okay, look weak dollar. Let's start buying industrials today. We'll buy Caterpillar. Because the dollars week. Let's buy Caterpillar and what we'll do is. We'll we'll we'll it will sell sell short Clorox short because they Clark needs a strong dollar. But it doesn't matter anymore. What stocks you're in? It used to be four weeks each day. Again, if I if a dollar was weekly by these stocks of dollar was struggling by these stocks. No, no, no more because now which stock buybacks everything goes up. Stock buybacks has been a it was a crime remember into Ronald Reagan change. It was a crime. They're manipulating the market. It goes up and up in up and up until Kinko up anymore. And remember on January sixteen I don't know of anybody else who predicted it. I did on January sixteenth. I said the market was going to crash in two thousand eighteen and the and I said, you will capitulate me the worst month would be in December. I said I picked out December Almost twelve months out. I said December would be the capitulation mom, I said that on January sixteenth two thousand eighteen and December two thousand eighteen was the worst month. Now, I'm telling you this. I'm not sitting here to be gloom and doom. We're going to make money when the market goes down. My job is to make sure that my members are making money when the market goes down. My job is to make sure there is just as easy for the make. Money when the market's going up as it goes down that they can maneuver nice and easy. Does it matter to when they wake up in the morning? They don't care if democracy down or the market shop there in that position. Because I guide them. I tell them exactly what to buy exactly when to sell exactly went to run like hell. Stop thinking of this fundamentals. You don't buy stocks any longer because of fundamentals. What are you nuts? You'll never retire retire you're going to be in Catford on Wednesday instead of spaghetti day. It's just ridiculous. We're never told the truth. Just like the job numbers the job numbers..

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"AM the answer crises when it comes to retirement. Most people can't retire. Many people are going back to work. But yet what what do they always talk about the economy? We're always tell how great the economy's doing right. There's nothing like it's fantastic. It's gonna get better. We've got a vibrant economy. So we have a vibrant accounting, do, but we can't pay two and a half percent interest. Member nejra. She's five and six percent. But we can't pay two and a half. Joe is vibrant. How can it be vibrant? How could it be vibrant? We have a situation where we have retired baby boomer sixty years old. Plus, they all eighty six billion in student loans. They on average a thirty three thousand eight hundred dollars going into retirement that's up forty four percent since two thousand ten what are you nuts? That's the largest increase of any age group over that timespan for heaven's sakes. And they can tell you what the economy is wonderful. Now, let me also tell you another reason why they're worried why we're down three hundred point. It's not because of the trade agreement. That's all I. Housing you ever noticed when they give you housing starch. They bundle them all together. Oh, look at this housing. Starts your terrific. Wow. The economy's blasting off. Wow, cylinder taking off. But when you pull out the single family house, you go we're the single family. Nobody's building house. All the housing starts are multifamily apartments. People. Can't afford a house not even with the interest rates where they are today member the ten year treasury yield is what you pay for your mortgage, what dictates how much thirty and fixed rate mortgage, which is about two and a half percent. We can't pay it. So housing starts your down because young people living with the millennials. They're living with their parents because they can't get a job. Why can't get a job because people can't retire because four O one case have failed them the 4._0._1._K has failed. Unless that's the worst experiment ever is terrible. And that's one reason why retire guys ready to retire. He can't find just four K the fees. That were kidding twenty two hidden fees were taken half of his money. He didn't know it matter of fact, most of you are in a foreign don't even know that you're paying fees. They did a study eighty percent of peers, oh, I didn't know I was paying fees. People can retire that meets the young folks who get this big student debt get out of college living with mom and dad, they can't get a job. But what are we being told everyday? Everything's very good economy's great. Everything's running right. That's all we hear about every day. We're seeing very good business investment cap. We're not we're not seeing good business investment. We're being told that, but we're not that's not true at all. Business investment did collapse. That's right. Well, we're being told it was one day. He's business investment was fantastic. And it was collapsing. Just like one day. He tells us how everything's going well with the with with the Chinese and now, we're not sure that's why if you're going to invest stop listening to the knowledge if you're going to invest you've got to join my dang because you're going to be told wooden Tobias stock Wintershall stock went to hold the stock all based on money flow from a chart that I created that follows the money what money that big institutional money. Stocks. Don't go up or down because you're buying a little bit of stock stocks go up and down because when the institutions by what I mean by the largest banks to largest hedge wants the largest insurance companies, and they all get together in by inclusion. They all say, okay, let's all by this. Let's all by that one. Wasn't that way before tact? I was telling my clash this morning. It used to be when we had a weak dollar when we had a weak dollar, which okay, look weak dollar. Let's start buying industrials today. We'll buy Caterpillar. Because the dollars week. Let's buy Caterpillar and what we'll do is. We'll we'll it will sell sell short Clorox moved short because they Clark needs a strong dollar, but doesn't matter anymore. What stocks you're in? It used to be before we get if I if a dollar was weekly by these stocks of dollar was strongly by these stocks. No, no, no more because now which stock buybacks everything goes up. Stock buybacks has been it was a crime remember into Ronald Reagan change. It was a crime. They're manipulating the market. It goes up and up in up and up in can't go up any more. And remember on January sixteen I don't know of anybody else predicted it I did on January sixteenth. I said the market was going to crash in two thousand eighteen and I said, you will capitulate meaning the worst month would be in December. I said I picked out December Almost twelve months out. I said December would be the capitulation mom, I said that on January sixteenth two thousand eighteen and December two thousand eighteen was the worst month. Now, I'm telling you this. I'm not sitting here to be gloom-and-doom. We're going to make money when the market goes down. My job is to make sure that my members are making money when the market goes down. My job is to make sure that is just as easy for the make. Money when the market's going up as it goes down that they can maneuver nice doesn't matter to them when they wake up in the morning. They don't care at the market down or the markets shop there in that position. Because I guide them. I tell them exactly went to buy exactly when to sell exactly when to run like hell. Stop thinking of this fundamentals. You can't buy stocks any longer because of fundamentals. What are you nuts? You'll never retire retire. You're go to being Catford and Wednesday instead of spaghetti day. It's just ridiculous. We're never told the truth..

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"At the top of the list. So you don't see it. We we just take it from you. And your yourself fortunate to get to keep what you earn even though it's the exact opposite federal government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it to the federal government. What the reality be different? I still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you wouldn't you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year. Or an end into the partial government shutdown. Would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown? Because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. If this war just to go on in perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something like that. Somebody's way is that. Right. And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating points. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sun still rises, and we have the best economy in a generation. Oh, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government as we have. And if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently. No doubt. We would do it differently. I have no doubt the liberals would do differently. I have no doubt that of Nancy Pelosi and her family were on the southern border and areas where there isn't any fencing, and they were tasked what happened apprehend whatever comes across the border. They might feel a little bit different about. Maybe providing some type of physical barrier. Right. So here's.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:00 min | 3 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Proven we know it. Brandin jet the president the national border patrol council. What's the answer to that? Why is it yet? Again, that we haven't had Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi have to answer. To that claim to that charge to to that desire need, why is it that the border patrol for the first time ever endorsed not just the wall plan, but a presidential candidate. Because they felt it was that important talk a little bit about perception versus reality. Hey, it is Brian mutt? Your friend in south Florida hosts of the morning rush. WJ no in West Palm Beach, the Brian lead show w IOT in Miami. And it's always a pleasure to be here as a guest host for the great one, Mark Levin, and we are all in luck. Because guest host the palooza ends tonight on Monday, his brilliance is back with all of us. Now when we take a look at perception of reality. The southern border here for amendment. So if your perception your perception is that we do not need additional. Border fencing walls. What have you anything physical down there? How is it? The you can just cast aside the reality, it's a spouse to you. By the folks around the southern border the rally they're doing the job. How can anybody justify that one? See if the perception is that it's not needed. Would you personally feel different? If that was your reality. You're the person down there. You probably have seen just a little taste of some of what takes place, for example, projectiles come across and then heaven forbid, they actually use tear-gas, right? Then they have to deal with it. Was that was that overly aggressive? It's very easy for somebody. Who's inane newsroom in New York to question, isn't it? But what would the reality if that person was not in a newsroom in New York? But rather was that border patrol agent? That had stuff down reality is all of the different than. Talking about perception in reality as if it talking about this partial government shutdown and the reality is that our household. Our average L household cost for federal government employees is fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. If we actually had a cut checks, unpaid as to the federal government to pay all the federal employees. That enough that fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. What are we challenge? The status quo would are with the reality of what we're paying for begin to set in would you feel differently about it with the status quo? Be okay. Or would you see the potential of that fifteen thousand dollars to your family and go? Wow. Is this really the best use of my money? See the perception is very easy to just go on status quo government until the reality sets in now because the federal government has done its level best over generations to reverse. The course protecting itself that protecting the status quo with federal withholding being right at the top of the list. So you don't see it. We we just take it from you. And you're so fortunate to get to keep what you earned even though it's the exact opposite federal government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it. To the federal government. But what the reality be different? See I still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you wouldn't you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year weren't into the partial government shutdown. Would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. If this war just to go on and perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something like that. Somebody is is that right? And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating points. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sun still rises, and we have the best economy ended generation, oh, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government is we have and if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently. I doubt we would do it differently. I doubt the liberals would do differently. I have no doubt that. Of Nancy Pelosi and her family were on the southern border areas where there isn't any fencing, and they were tasked with having apprehend whatever comes across the border. They might feel a little bit different about. Maybe providing some type of physical barrier. Right. So here's more perception and reality for you. Some interesting information. Came out the Pew Research Center on overall crime in this country. Just conceptually promoted. If I were to ask you if you think we have more or less crime if we're more or less safe ever say twenty five years ago. What would you say generally in this country? If you think that we have more crime that makes you normal. According to sixty eight percent of folks think that crime is actually rising however over the past twenty five years, we actually seen a decline in fact, violent crime violent crime done forty nine percent property. Crime is actually down fifty percent. You see the difference in perception versus reality one of the concepts. I've I've talked about for awhile, we are still somewhat trained conditioned inclined to think that the mainstream news media has more influence than actually does. And I will always remind you that if mainstream news media, which Cording today media research center has been ninety one percent negative and its coverage of the Trump administration ran along the mainstream news, but he had the kind of influence that at times, we think it has. There's no way in Haiti's that Donald Trump is president the United States. Right. So by virtue of him, even being president. You know, you know, even though it might fr. Straight you that they're not winning their influence is waning. But the most pervasive form of bias in news media is a mission the information that you don't receive. So where this all comes together in where this fits into the the various different puzzle pieces here when you are not presented with the reason why we are seeing crime come down. When you're not hearing that crime has come down that is a form of bias in and of itself. Pew Research Center is not some kind of right wing organization, you're going well, the crime statue down. That's very interesting. So we're I ended up doing the next layer of research into this being in Florida. I pay attention to obviously, everything that's going on in our state here. Last year we received word that crime reached a forty seven year low in our state forty seven year low. This while Florida had an all time record number of gun owners with more concealed carry permit holders in Florida than any other state in the country that surprises a lot of people even four Indians. And when I ended up taking a deeper dive, you could actually take a look and connect the dots. And see that the more. Legal gun owners. He had in the state the lower the crime rate, which actually coincided with other and formation other information like this is that the average concealed carry permit holder is fifty percent less likely to ever commit a crime than someone who doesn't own a gun. That's all part of bias, a news media omission of that type of information coincides with other information going back to the Clinton administration which found that there is far more far more crime that is prevented by the fence of USA firearms. They never committed with them. That also was backed up by research by multiple universities, including four to state in recent years once again showing the defensive use of firearms prevents more crime, then is ever caused by it. But what is put in front of you? Well, we do see that. There are some really horrific events really big bad awful events kind of colors. Our perception, you might have something like what happened in Vegas, or we might have something like what happened at the pulse nightclub in Orlando or Stillman Douglas and Broward County, Florida, those types of things often color our imagination, and that is where we still have mainstream news media influence that is calling the picture that is also false. And part of the reason that I'm bringing this up. There was a piece of legislation proposed yesterday that not many people know about or paid attention to. It's gun control. And it came from none other than Senator Marco Rubio, and what's all this about? So every time you have a new congress all depending legislation from a previous congress that is dead that Bill on Capitol Hill from schoolhouse rock. He was part of the top two percent. Only two percent. A proposed legislation ever passes into becoming law and literally an average of more than ten thousand bills die when with each new congress comes into session in the wake of the shooting. Douglas in Florida last year Marco Rubio proposed some reforms that became part of comprehensive gun control here in Florida. And it went nowhere. The very first thing he decided to do in the new congress was propose it yet. Again. Now, here's something to watch. Whatever you happen to think of it. Yeah. Or nay we tend to also through perception and reality. I think that everything is necessarily partisan, for example, any type of gun control or reform is necessarily something that Republicans don't want, and and necessarily something that Democrats do want and in the like, but somewhere along the line there can be a level of pragmatism that enters the equation. And this is where for a little bit anomalous this way four to pass comprehensive gun control reform last year. And it happened to be reformed that as a proud supporter of the second amendment and a gun owner, I generally supported and it happened to pass with a completely Republican controlled state government here in Florida happened to be signed into law by our Republican governor, Rick Scott. Who happens to be the incoming junior Senator from Florida? So as Marco Rubio proposed this as you have Rick Scott that is going to be another Senator from Florida who actually helped install it and make it happen. One of the things you're likely to see play out is some type of reform here. Now, you might be aware that President Trump ended up using his pen to sign out through -secutive action box. He is also indicated that he could be open to some type of reform, obviously, Democrats if they are serious about any types of reform the system might get behind this in the house. There are actually two types of legislation to to reckons that might have a better chance. A better chance of passing in this new divided congress then previously you might not like it. But this happens to be one of them, potentially this gun control. All the forest style reform that could take place federally the other happens to be on infrastructure, which of course, is something that President Trump ran on but Republicans didn't want to fund through digital debt spending. But Democrats have been supportive of. So just a little bit of information to kind of put in some of the perceptions of the reality. Then also some of what's going on in some of what you're likely to hear about about the time that perhaps this partial government shutdown does come to an end, I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one..

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:32 min | 3 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on 600 WREC

"See what is and what is not affected in were telling congress. This is in fact, this is in fact, effective, you know, who are these experts that you're that you're quoting that saying that that fences don't work. They're absolutely wrong. It's proven we know it. Brandin jet the president the national border patrol council. What's the answer to that? Why is it yet? Again, that we haven't had Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi have to answer. To that claim to that charge to do that desire need, why is it that the border patrol for the first time ever endorsed not just the wall plan, but a presidential candidate? Because they felt it was that important talk a little bit about perception versus reality. Hey, it is Brian mutt? Your friend in south Florida, host of the morning rush. WJ no in West Palm Beach, the Brian Mudd show w IOT in Miami. And it's always a pleasure to be here. As a guest host for the great one, Mark Levin, and we are all in luck. Because guest host the palooza ends tonight on Monday, his brilliance is back with all of us. Now, while we take a look at perception of reality. The southern border here for a moment. So if your perception your perception is that we do not need additional border fencing walls. What have you anything physical down there? How is it? The you can just cast aside the reality, it's a spouse to you. By the folks around the southern border the rally they're doing the job. How can anybody justify that one? See if the perception is that it's not needed. Would you personally feel different? If that was your reality. You're the person down there. You probably have seen just a little taste of some of what takes place, for example, projectiles come across. And then heaven forbid they actually use tear-gas, right? Then they have to deal with it. Was that was that overly aggressive? It's very easy for somebody. Who's a newsroom in New York to question, isn't it? But what were the reality? If that person was not in a newsroom in New York. But rather was that border patrol agent that had stuff lobbed ATL reality all the different than. Talking about perception in reality as if talking about this partial government shutdown and the reality is that our health hold. Our average L household cost for federal government employees is fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. If we actually had a cut checks, unpaid as to the federal government to pay all the federal employees that eat up that fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. What are we challenge the status quo? What the reality of what we're paying for beginning to set in would you feel differently about it with the status quo? Be okay. Or would you see the potential of that fifteen thousand dollars to your family and go? Wow. Is this really the best use of my money? See the perception is very easy to just go along status quo government until the reality sets in now because the federal government has done its level best over generations to reverse. The course protecting itself. That protecting the status quo. With federal withholding being right at the top of the list. So you don't see it. We we just take it from you and yourself fortunate to get to keep what you earn even though it's the exact opposite thorough government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it to the federal government. But what the reality be different? I still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you wouldn't you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year, Warren into the partial government shutdown. Would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. If this war just to go on in perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something like that. Somebody is is that right? And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating points. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sun still rises, and we have the best economy in a generation. Oh, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government as we have. And if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently. I've no doubt we would do it differently. I have no doubt the liberals would do differently. And no doubt that. Of Nancy Pelosi and her family were on the southern border in areas where there isn't any fencing, and they were tasked with having apprehend whatever comes across the border. They might feel a little bit different about. Maybe providing some type of a physical barrier. Right. So here's more perception and reality for you. Some interesting information. Came out the Pew Research Center on overall crime in this country, just conceptually moment. If I were to ask you if you think we have more or less crime if we're more or less safe ever say twenty five years ago. What would you say generally in this country? If you think that we have more crime, well that makes you normal. According to sixty percent of folks think that crime is actually rising. However, the past twenty five years we actually seen a decline in fact, violent crime violent crime forty nine percent property crime is actually down fifty percent. You see the difference in perception versus reality. One of the concepts. I've talked about for awhile, we are still somewhat trained conditioned inclined to think that the mainstream news media has more influence than actually does. And I will always remind you that if mainstream news media, which Cording to the media research center has been ninety one percent negative and its coverage of the Trump administration ran along the mainstream news, but he had the kind of influence that at times, we think it has. There's only Haiti's that Donald Trump is president United States. Right. So by virtue of him, even being president. You know, you know, even though it might fr. Straight you that they're not winning that their influence is waning. But the most pervasive form of bias in news media is mission. The information that you don't receive right. So where this all comes together in where this fits into the the various different puzzle pieces here when you are not presented with the reason why we are seeing crime come down. When you're not hearing that crying has come down that is a form of bias in and of itself. Pew Research Center is not some kind of right wing organization. You're going, well, you know, prime Santro down. That's very interesting. So we're I ended up joining the next layer of research into this being in Florida. I pay tension to obviously everything's going on in our state here. Last year we received word that crime reached a forty seven year low in our state forty seven year low. This while Florida had an all time record number of gun owners with a more concealed carry permit holders in Florida than any other state in the country that surprises a lot of people even four radiance. And when I ended up taking a deeper dive, you could actually take a walk in connect the dots. And see that the more. Legal gun owners. He had in the state the lower the crime rate, which actually coincided with other information other information like this that the average concealed carry permit holder is fifty percent less likely to ever commit a crime than someone who doesn't own a gun. That's all part of bias in news, medium omission of that type of information coincides with their information going back to the Clinton administration which found that there is far more far more crime that is prevented by the fence of use of firearms. They never committed with them. That also was backed up by research by multiple universities, including four to state in recent years once again showing the defensive use of firearms prevents more crime than is ever caused by it. But what is put in front of you? Well, we do see that. There are some really horrific events really big bad awful. That's the kind of colors perception. You might have something like what happened in Vegas, or we might have something like what happened at the pulse nightclub in Orlando or Stillman Douglas in Broward County, Florida, those types of things often color our imagination, and that is where we still have mainstream news media influence that is calling the picture that is also false. And part of the reason that I'm bringing this up. There was a piece of legislation proposed yesterday that not many people. Know about or paid attention to its gun control. And it came from none other than Senator Marco Rubio, and what's all this about? So every time you have a new congress all the pending legislation from a previous congress that is dead that Bill on Capitol Hill from schoolhouse rock. He was part of the top two percent. Only two percent. A proposed legislation ever passes into becoming law and literally an average of more than ten thousand bills die when with each new that comes into session in the wake of the shooting. Douglas in Florida last year Marco Rubio proposed some reforms that became part of comprehensive gun control here in Florida. And it went nowhere. The very first thing he decided to do in the new congress was propose it yet. Again. Now, here's something to watch. Whatever you happen to think of it, yea or nay, we tend to also through perception and reality. I think that everything is necessarily partisan, for example, any type of gun control or reform is necessarily something that Republicans stone one in and necessarily something that Democrats do want and and the like, but. Somewhere along the line. There can be level of pragmatism that enters the equation. And this is where Ford is a little bit anomalous this way. Four dead pass comprehensive gun control reform last year. And it happened to be reformed that as a proud supporter of the second amendment and a gun owner, I generally supported and it happened to pass with a completely Republican controlled state government here in Florida happened to be signed into law by our Republican governor, Rick Scott who happens to be the incoming junior Senator from Florida. So as Marco Rubio proposed this as you have Rick Scott that is going to be another Senator from Florida who actually helped install it and make it happen. One of the things you're likely to see playing out is some type of reform here. Now, you might be aware the President Trump ended up using his pen to sign out through that kid action bomb socks he is also indicated that he could be open to some type of reform obviously, Democrats if they are serious about any types of reform the system might get behind this and the house they're actually two types of legislation to do directions that might have a better chance. A better chance of passing in this new divided congress then previously you might not like it. But this happens to be one of them, potentially this gun control, the forest style reform that could take place federally. The other happens. To be an infrastructure, which of course, is something that President Trump Brennan, but Republicans didn't want to fund for additional debt spending. But Democrats have been supportive of. So just a little bit of information to kind of put in some of the perceptions of the reality. Then also some of what's going on in some of what you're likely to hear about about the time that perhaps this partial government shutdown does come to an end, I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one. Get up. First thing spoke cigarette before lunch after lunch now that I'm talking about it. I kind of feeling like a loss about four hours of every day..

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05:14 min | 3 years ago

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"Yet again that we haven't had Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi half to answer? To that claim to that charge to to that desire need, why is it that the border patrol for the first time ever endorsed, not just the wall plan, but he presidential candidate. Because they felt it was that important talk a little bit about perception versus reality. Hey, it is Brian your friend in south Florida, host of the morning rush. WJ no in West Palm Beach, the Brian Mudd show w IOT in Miami. And it's always it under. No pleasure to be here. As a guest host for the great one, Mark Levin. And we are all in luck. Because guest host the palooza ends tonight on Monday, his brilliance is back with all of us. Now when we take a look at perception of reality. Southern border year per minute. So if your perception your perception is that we do not need additional border fencing walls. What have you anything physical down there? How is it? The you can just cast aside the reality, it's a spouse to you. By the folks around the southern border, the rashly they're doing the job. How can anybody justify that one? See if the perception is that it's not needed. Would you personally feel different? If that was your reality. You're the person down there. You probably have seen just a little taste of some of what takes place, for example, projectiles come across and then heaven forbid, they actually use tear-gas, right? Then they have to deal with it. Was that it was that overly aggressive? It's very easy for somebody. Who's a newsroom in New York to question, isn't it? But what were the reality? If that person was not in a newsroom in New York. But rather was that border patrol agent had stuff? Lobbed ATL reality is all the different than. Talking about perception in reality is if we're talking about this partial government shutdown and the reality is that our household. Our average L household cost for federal government employees is fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. If we actually had a cut checks, unpaid as to the federal government to pay all the federal employees. That. Eat up that fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. What are we challenge the status quo? Would would the reality of what we're paying for begin to set in would you feel differently about it with the status quo? Be okay. Or would you see the potential of that fifteen thousand dollars to your family and go? Wow. Is this really the best use of my money? See the perception is very easy to just go along status quo government until the reality sets in now because the federal government has done its level best over generations to reverse. The course protecting itself that protecting the status quo with federal withholding being white at the top of the list. So you don't see it. We just take it from you. And you're so fortunate to get to keep what you earn even though it's the exact opposite federal government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it to the federal government. But what the reality be different? I still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you wouldn't you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year weren't into the partial government shutdown. Would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. I if this were just to go on in perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something. Like that somebody's what is that? Right. And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating points. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sense still rises, and we have the best economy in a generation. Oh, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government as we have. And if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently. I doubt we would do it differently. I have no doubt the liberals would do differently. I have no doubt that. Of Nancy Pelosi and her family were on the southern border in areas where there isn't any fencing, and they were tasked with having apprehend whatever comes across the border. They might feel a little bit different about. Maybe providing some type of a physical barrier. Right. So here's more perception and reality for you. Some interesting information. Came out the Pew Research Center on overall crime.

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"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Know it. Brandon jet the president of the national border patrol council. What's the answer to that? Why is it yet? Again, that we haven't had Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi have to answer. To that claim to that charge to do that desire need, why is it that the border patrol for the first time ever endorsed, not just the wall plan, but he presidential candidate. Because they felt it was that important a little bit about perception versus reality. Hey, it is Brian your friend in south Florida hosted the morning, rush WJ, no in West Palm Beach, the Brian Mudd show w IOT in Miami. And it's always an honor and a pleasure to be here as a guest host for the great one, Mark Levin. And we are all and look because guest host palooza ends tonight on Monday, his brilliance is back with all of us. Now, while we take a look at perception of reality. The southern border here for a moment. So if your perception your perception is that we do not need additional. Border fencing walls. What have you anything physical down there? How is it? The you can just cast aside the reality, it's a spouse to you. By the folks around the southern border. Actually, they're doing the job. How can anybody justify that one? See if the perception is that it's not needed. Would you personally feel different? If that was your reality. You're the person down there. You probably have seen just a little taste of some of what takes place, for example, projectiles come across and then heaven forbid, they actually use tear tear-gas, right? Then they have to deal with it. I was that was that overly aggressive. It's very easy for somebody. Who's in a newsroom in New York to question, isn't it? But what were the reality be? If that person was not in a newsroom in New York. But rather was that border patrol agent that had stuff lobbed dental realities hold the different than? Talking about perception and reality. About this partial government shutdown and the reality is that our health hold. Our average household cost for federal government employees is fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. If we actually had a cut checks, unpaid as to the federal government to pay all the federal employees that eat up that fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. Would we challenge the status quo with the reality of what we're paying for begin to set in would you feel differently about it would the status quo? Be okay. Or would you see the potential of that fifteen thousand dollars to your family and go? Wow. Is this really the best use of my money? See the perception is very easy to just go along status quo government until the reality sets in now because the federal government has done its level best over generations to reverse. The course protecting itself that protecting the status quo. With federal withholding being white at the top of the list. So you don't see it. We we just take it from you. And you're so fortunate to get to keep what you earn even though it's the exact opposite federal government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it to the federal government. Would the reality? Be different. I still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you would you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year. Weren't into the partial government shutdown. Would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown? Because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. If this word just to go on in perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something like that somebody's is that right? And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating points. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sun still rises, and we have the best economy in a generation, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government as we have. And if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently doubt. We would do differently. I have no doubt the liberals do differently. Have no doubt that of Nancy Pelosi and her family were on the southern border areas where there isn't any fencing and they were tasked with having apprehend whatever comes across the border. They might feel a little bit different about maybe providing some type of a physical barrier. So here's more perception and reality for you. Some interesting information. Came out of the Pew Research Center on overall crime in this country. Just conceptually for a moment. If I were to ask you if you think we have more or less crime if we're more or less safe ever say twenty five years ago. What would you say generally in this country? If you think that we have more crime that makes you normal. According to byu, sixty eight percent, folks think that crime is actually rising however over the past twenty five years we actually seen a decline in fact, violent crime violent crime up forty nine percent property crime is actually down fifty percent. You see the difference in perception versus reality. One of the concepts. I've talked about for awhile, we are still somewhat trained conditioned inclined to think that the mainstream news media has more influence in actually does. And I will always remind you that if mainstream news media, which Cording to the media research center has been ninety one percent negative and its coverage of the Trump administration ran along the mainstream news, but he had the kind of influence that at times, we think it has there. There's no way in het Haiti's that Donald Trump is president United States. Right. So by virtue of hem, even being president. You know, you know, even though it might fr. Straight you that they're not winning the their influence is waning. But the most pervasive form of bias. The news media is a mission the information that you don't receive. So we're this all comes together in where this fits into the the various different puzzle pieces here. When you are not presented with the reason why we are seeing crime come down. When you're not hearing that crying has come down that is a form of bias in and of itself. Get the Pew Research Center is not some kind of right wing organization, you're going, well, the, you know, prime Santro down. That's very interesting. So we're I ended up doing the next layer of research into this being in Florida. I pay attention to obviously, everything that's going on in our state here. Last year we received word that Klein reached a forty seven year low in our state forty-seven year low. This while Florida had an all time record number of gun owners with the more concealed carry permit holders in Florida than any other state in the country that surprises a lot of people even four idiots. And when I ended up taking a deeper dive, you could actually take a look and connect the dots. And see that the more. Legal gun owners. He had in the state the lower the crime rate, which actually coincided with other information other information like this is that the average concealed carry permit holder is fifty percent less likely to ever commit a crime than someone who doesn't own a gun. That's all part of bias, a news media omission of that type of information coincides with other information going back to the Clinton administration which found that there is far more far more crime that is prevented by the fence of USA firearms never committed with them. That also was backed up by research by multiple universities, including four to state in recent years once again showing the defensive use of firearms prevents more crime than is ever caused by it. What is put in front of you? Well, we do see that. There are some really horrific events really big bad awful. That's the kind of color perception. You might have something like what happened in Vegas, or we might have something like what happened at the pulse nightclub in Orlando or Stillman Douglas in Broward County, Florida, those types of things often color our imagination, and that is where we still have mainstream news media influence that is calling the picture that is also false. And part of the reason that I'm bringing this up. There was a piece of legislation proposed yesterday that not many people. Know about or paid attention to its gun control. And it came from none other than Senator Marco Rubio. And what's all this about? So every time you have a new congress all the pending legislation from a previous congress that is dead that Bill on Capitol Hill from schoolhouse rock. He was part of the top two percent. Only two percent proposed legislation ever passes into becoming law and literally an average of more than ten thousand bills die when with each new congress that comes into session in the wake of the shooting. Stephen Douglas in Florida last year Marco Rubio proposed some reforms that became part of comprehensive gun control here in Florida. And it went nowhere. The very first thing he decided to do in the new congress was proposed yet again. Now, here's something to watch. Whatever you happen to think of it your name, we tend to also through perception and reality. I think that everything is necessarily partisan, for example, any type of gun control or reform is necessarily something that Republicans stone one in and necessarily something that Democrats do want and and the like, but somewhere along the line there can be a level of pragmatism that enters the equation. And this is where Ford is a little bit anomalous this way four two dead pass comprehensive gun control reform last year. And it happened to be reformed that as a proud supporter of the second amendment and a gun owner, I generally supported and it happened to pass with a completely Republican-controlled state government here in Florida happened to be signed into law by our Republican governor, Rick Scott. Who happens to be the incoming junior Senator from Florida? So as Marco Rubio proposed this as you have Rick Scott that is going to be another Senator from Florida who actually helped install it and make it happen. One of the things you're likely to see playing out is some type of reform here. Now, you might be aware the President Trump ended up using his pen to sign out through -secutive action bomb socks he is also indicated that he could be open to some type of reform obviously, Democrats if they are serious about any types of reform the system might get behind this in the house. There are actually two types of legislation to two directions that might have a better chance. A better chance of passing in this new divided congress then previously you might not like it. But this happens to be wonderful, potentially this gun control. Roll the forest style reform that could take place federally the other happens to be on infrastructure, which of course, is something that President Trump Brennan, but Republicans didn't want to fund for additional debt spending. But Democrats have been supportive of. So just a little bit of information to kind of put in some of the perceptions of the reality. Then also some of what's going on in some of what you're likely to hear about about the time that perhaps this partial government shutdown does come to an end, I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one..

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13:23 min | 3 years ago

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"And what is not affective, and we're telling congress, this is in fact, this is in fact, affective, you know, who are these experts that you're that you're quoting that saying that that fences don't work. They're absolutely wrong. It's proven we know it. Brandin jet the president the national border patrol council. What's the answer to that? Why is it yet? Again, that we haven't had Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi have to answer. To two that claimed to that charge to to that desire need, why is it that the border patrol for the first time ever endorsed not just the wall plan, but a presidential candidate. Because they felt it was that important talking a little bit about perception versus reality. Hey, it is Brian mutt? Your friend in south Florida, host of the morning rush. WJ in West Palm Beach the Brian Mudd show IOT in Miami. And it's always a pleasure to be here. As a guest host for the great one, Mark Levin. And we are all in luck. Because guest host the palooza ends tonight on Monday, his brilliance is back with all of us. Now when we take a look at perception of reality. The southern border amendment. So if your perception your perception is that we do not need additional. Border fencing walls. What have you anything physical down there? How is it? The you can just cast aside the reality, it's a spouse to you. By the folks around the southern border. Actually, they they're doing the job. How can anybody justify that one? See if the perception is that it's not needed. Would you personally feel different? If that was your reality. You're the person down there. You probably have seen just a little taste of some of what takes place, for example, projectiles come across and then heaven forbid, they actually use tear tear-gas, right? Then they have to deal with it. I was that was that overly aggressive. It's very easy for somebody. Who's a newsroom in New York to question, isn't it? But what the reality if that person was not in a newsroom in New York. But rather was that border patrol agent that had stuff? Lob data realities hold the different than. Talking about perception and reality as if we're talking about this partial government shutdown and the reality is that our household. Our average L household cost for federal government employees is fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. If we actually had a cut checks, unpaid as to the federal government to pay all the federal employees that eat up that fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. What are we challenge the status quo would the reality of what we're paying for begin to set in would you feel differently about it would the status quo? Be okay. Or would you see the potential of that fifteen thousand dollars to your family and go? Wow. Is this really the best use of my money? See the perception is very easy to just go along status quo government until the reality sets in now because the federal government has done its level best over generations to reverse. The course protecting itself. Protecting the status quo with federal withholding being right at the top of the list. So you don't see it. We just take it from you. And you're so fortunate to get to keep what you earn even though it's the exact opposite federal government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it to the federal government. But what the reality be different? Still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you wouldn't you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year, Warren into the partial government shutdown would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown. Because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. If this war just to go on in perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something like that. Somebody is is that right? And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating point. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sun still rises, and we have the best economy in a generation, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government is we have and if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently. I doubt we do it differently. I have no doubt the liberals would do with no doubt that if Nancy Pelosi and her family were on the southern border in areas where there isn't any fencing, and they were tasked with having apprehend whatever comes across the border. They might feel a little bit different about. Maybe providing some type of physical barrier. So here's more perception and reality for you. Some interesting information. Came out of the Pew Research Center on overall crime in this country. Just conceptually for a moment. If I were to ask you if you think we have more or less crime if we're more or less safe ever say twenty five years ago. What would you say generally in this country? If you think that we have more crime that makes you normal Cording to sixty eight percent of folks think that crime is actually rising, however over the past twenty five years week actually seen a decline in fact, violent crime violent crime forty nine percent property crime is actually down fifty percent. You see the difference in perception versus reality one of the concepts. I've I've talked about for awhile, we are still somewhat trained conditioned inclined to think that the mainstream news media has more influence and actually does. And I will always remind you that if mainstream news media, which Cording to the media research center has been ninety one percent negative in its coverage of the Trump administration right along the mainstream news, but he had the kind of influence that at times, we think it has there. There's no way in Haiti's that Donald Trump is president of the United States. Right. So by virtue of even being president. You know, you know, even though it might. Frustrate you that they're not winning that their influence is waning. But the most pervasive form of bias in news media is a mission the information that you don't receive. So where this all comes together in where this fits into the the various different puzzle pieces here. When you are not presented with the reason why we are seeing crime come down. When you're not hearing that crying has come down that is a form of bias in and of itself. Her center is not some kind of right wing organization. You're going. Wow. You know, prime Santro down. That's very interesting. What so we're I ended up doing the next layer of research into this being in Florida. I pay attention to obviously, everything that's going on in our state here. Last year we received word that Quine reached a forty seven year low in our state forty-seven year low. This while Florida had an all time record number of kinda owners with a more concealed carry permit holders in Florida than any other state in the country that surprises a lot of people even four innings. And when I ended up taking a deeper dive, you could actually take a look and connect the dots. See that the more. Legal gun owners. He had in the state the lower the crime rate, which actually coincided with other information other information like this that the average concealed carry permit holder is fifty percent less likely to ever commit a crime. Then someone who doesn't own a gun. That's all part of bias news media omission of that type of information coincides with other information going back to the Clinton administration which found that there is far more far more crime that is prevented by defensive use of firearms. They never committed with them. That also was backed up by research by multiple universities, including four to state in recent years once again showing the defensive use of firearms prevents more crime than is ever caused by it. But what is put in front of you? Well, we do see that. There are some really horrific events really big bad awful. That's the kind of colors our perception. You might have something like what happened in Vegas, or we might have something like what happened at the pulse nightclub in Orlando or Stillman Douglas in Broward County, Florida, those types of things often color our imagination, and that is where we still have mainstream news media influence that is calling the picture that there's also false. And part of the reason that I'm bringing this up. There was a piece of legislation proposed yesterday that not many people know about or paid attention to. It's gun control. And it came from none other than Senator Marco Rubio, and what's all this about? So every time you have a new congress all the pending legislation from a previous congress that is dead that Bill on Capitol Hill from schoolhouse rock. He was part of the top two percent. Only two percent proposed legislation ever passes into becoming law and literally an average of more than ten thousand bills die when with each new congress that comes into session in the wake of the shooting and Stephen Douglas in Florida last year Marco Rubio proposed some reforms that became part of comprehensive gun control here in Florida. And it went nowhere. The very first thing he decided to do in the new congress was proposed yet again. Now, here's something to watch. Whatever you happen to think of it. Yeah. Or nay we tend to also improve perception and reality. I think that everything is necessarily partisan, for example, any type of gun control or reform is necessarily something that Republicans don't want, and and necessarily something that Democrats do want in the like, but somewhere along the line there can be level of pragmatism that enters the equation. And this is where Ford is a little bit anomalous this way. Four did pass comprehensive gun control reform last year. And it happened to be reformed that as a proud supporter of the second amendment and a gun owner, I generally supported and it happened to pass with a completely Republican-controlled state government here in Florida happened to be signed into law by our Republican governor, Rick Scott who happens to be the incoming junior Senator from Florida. So as Marco Rubio proposed this as you have Rick Scott that is going to be another Senator from Florida who actually helped install it and make it happen. One of the things you're likely to see play out is some type of reform here. Now, you might be aware the President Trump ended up using his pen to sign out through executive action bump socks he is also indicated that he could be open to some type of reform, obviously, Democrats if. They are serious about any types of reform. The system might get behind this in the house. There are actually two types of legislation to do directions. The might have the better chance. A better chance of passing in this new divided congress then previously you might not like it. But this happens to be one of them, potentially this gun control, the forest style reform that could take place federally. The other happens to be an infrastructure, which of course, is something that President Trump ran on but Republicans didn't want to fund for additional debt spending. But Democrats have been supportive of. So just a little bit of information to kind of put in some of the perceptions of the reality that also some of what's going on in some of what you're likely to hear about about the time that perhaps this partial government shutdown does come to an end, I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one. Yup..

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WMAL 630AM

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"three thousand eight hundred dollars" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Again, that we haven't had Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi have to answer. To that claim to that charge to to that desire need, why is it that the border patrol for the first time ever endorsed, not just the wall plan, but he presidential candidate. Because they felt it was that important talk a little bit about perception versus reality. Hey, it is Brian mutt? Your friend in south Florida, host of the morning rush. WJ known West Palm Beach, the Brian Mudd show w IOT in Miami. And it's always an honor and a pleasure to be here as a guest host for the great one, Mark Levin. And we are all and look because guest host the palooza ends tonight on Monday, his brilliance is back with all of us. Now, while we take a look at perception and reality. These other border here for a moment. So if your perception your perception is that we do not need additional. Border fencing walls. What have you anything physical down there? How is it? The you can just cast aside the reality, it's a spouse to you. By the folks that are on the southern border. Actually, they're doing the job. How can anybody justify that one? See if the perception is that it's not needed. Would you personally feel different? If that was your reality. You're the person down there. You probably have seen just a little taste of some of what takes place, for example, projectiles come across. And then heaven forbid they actually use tear-gas, right? Then they have to deal with it. I was that was that overly aggressive. It's very easy for somebody. Who's the name newsroom in New York to question, isn't it? But what would the reality? If that person was not in a newsroom in New York. But rather was that border patrol agent at had stuff? Lob data realities, hold the different. Then. Talking about perception in reality. About this partial government shutdown and the reality is that our health hold. Our average L household cost for federal government employs is fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. If we actually had a cut checks, unpaid as to the federal government to pay all the federal employees that eat up that fifteen thousand two hundred dollars per year. What are we challenge the status quo? What the reality of what we're paying for beginning to set in would you feel differently about it would the status quo? Be okay. Or would you see the potential of that fifteen thousand dollars to your family and go? Wow. Is this really the best use of my money? See the perception is very easy to just go status quo government until the reality sets in now because the federal government has done its level best over generations to reverse. The course protecting itself. Protecting the status quo with federal withholding being right at the top of the list. So you don't see it. We we just take it from you. And you're yourself fortunate to get to keep what you earn even though it's the exact opposite federal government doesn't have a dollar until we've earned it. And then we pay it. To the federal government. Would the reality? Be different. I still even with yesterday's question. When I asked what you would you rather have three thousand eight hundred dollars this year worn into the partial government shutdown. Would you write personally a check for thirty eight hundred dollars to in the partial government shutdown? Because that's the savings. That's the savings per household. I if this war just to go on in perpetuity, which again is not good governance every time I put out something like that. Somebody a is that right? And then we can't go. I'm not saying this is the right way to go about it. I'm illustrating points. Yes. Two weeks without a quarter of the federal government and the sun still rises, and we have the best economy in a generation. Oh, by the way. But the broader point is we do not need anywhere near as much government. We have and if we were actually tasked with having to pay for it on an ongoing basis and really think about what we're paying for. We would do it differently. I doubt we would do it differently. I have no doubt the liberals would do differently. I have no doubt that of Nancy Pelosi and her family or on the southern border in areas where there isn't any fencing, and they were tasked with having apprehend whatever comes across that border. They might feel a little bit different about maybe providing some type of a physical barrier. Right. So here's more perception and reality for you. Some interesting information. Came out the Pew Research Center on overall crime in this country. Just conceptually for a moment. If I were to ask you if you think we have more or less crime if we're more or less safe over say twenty five years ago. What would you say generally in this country? If you think that we have more crime that makes you normal. According to pew sixty eight percent of folks think that crime is actually rising however over the past twenty five years, we actually seen a decline in fact, violent crime violent crime done forty-nine percent property crime is actually down fifty percent. You see the difference in perception versus reality one of the concepts. I've I've talked about for awhile, we are still somewhat trained conditioned inclined to think that the mainstream news media has more influence and actually does. And I always remind you that if mainstream news media, which according to the media research center has been ninety one percent negative and its coverage of the Trump administration Randall on the mainstream news, but he had the kind of influence that at times, we think it has. There's only Haiti's that Donald Trump is president the United States. Right. So by virtue of even being president. You know, you know, even though it might. Frustrate you that they're not winning their influence is waning. But the most pervasive form of bias. The news media is mission. The information that you don't receive. So where this all comes together in where this fits into the the various different puzzle pieces here. When you are not presented with the reason why we are seeing crime come down. When you're not hearing that crying has come down that is a form of bias in and of itself. Pew Research Center is not some kind of right wing organization. You're going, well, you know, crime stature down. That's very interesting. So we're I ended up doing the next layer of research into this being in Florida. I pay attention to obviously everything's going on in our state here. Last year we received word that crime reached a forty seven year low in our state forty seven year low. This while Florida had an all time record number of gun owners with the more concealed carry permit holders in Florida than any other state in the country. That's the price is a lot of people even four Indians. And when I ended up taking a deeper dive, you could actually take a look and connect the dots. And see that the more. Legal gun owners. He had in the state the lower the crime rate, which actually coincided with other information other information like this is that the average concealed carry permit holder is fifty percent less likely to ever commit a crime been someone who doesn't own a gun. That's all part of bias, a news media omission of that type of information coincides with other information going back to the Clinton administration which found that there is far more far more crime that has prevented defensive USA firearms. The never committed with them. That also was backed up by research by multiple universities, including four to state in recent years once again showing the defensive use of firearms prevents more crime than is ever caused by it. But what is put in front of you? Well, we do see that. There are some really horrific events really big bad, awful thence colors. Our perception. You might have something like what happened in Vegas, or we might have something like what happened at the pulse nightclub in Orlando or Stillman, Douglas and Broward County, Florida, those types of things often color our imagination, and that is where we still have mainstream news media influence that is the picture that is also false. And part of the reason that I'm bringing this up. There was a piece of legislation proposed yesterday that not many people know about or or paid attention to its gun control. And it came from none other than Senator Marco Rubio, and what's all this about? So every time you have a new congress all the pending legislation from a previous congress that is dead that Bill on Capitol Hill from schoolhouse rock. He was part of the top two percent. Only two percent proposed legislation ever passes into. Becoming law and literally an average of more than ten thousand bills die when with each new congress that comes into session in the wake of the shooting. Stephen Douglas in Florida last year Marco Rubio proposed some reforms that became part of comprehensive gun control here in Florida. And it went nowhere. The very first thing he decided to do in the new congress was it yet again. Now, here's something to watch. Whatever you happen to think of it. Yeah. Or nay we tend to also through perception and reality. I think that everything is necessarily partisan, for example, any type of gun control or reform is necessarily something that Republicans don't want, and and necessarily something that Democrats do want and and the like, but somewhere along the line there can be a level of pragmatism that enters the equation. And this is where Ford is a little bit anomalous this white dead pass comprehensive gun control reform last year. And it happened to be reformed that as a proud supporter of the second amendment and a gun owner, I generally supported and it happened to pass with a completely Republican-controlled state government here in Florida happened to be signed into law by our Republican governor, Rick Scott. Who happens to be the incoming junior Senator from Florida? So as Marco Rubio proposed this as you have Rick Scott that is going to be another Senator from Florida who actually helped install it and make it happen. One of the things are likely to see play Al is some type of reform here. Now, you might be aware the President Trump ended up using his pen to sign out through that could've action bump socks he is also indicated that he could be open to some type of reform obviously, Democrats if they are serious about any types of reform the system might get behind this in the house. There are actually two types of legislation to two directions that might have a better chance. A better chance of passing in this new divided congress then previously you might not like it. But this happens to be one of them, potentially this gun control. Roll the style reform that could take place federally the other happens to be an infrastructure, which of course, something that President Trump Brennan, but Republicans didn't want to fund through digital spending. But Democrats have been supportive of. So just a little bit of information to kind of put in some of the perceptions of the reality. Then also some of what's going on in some of what you're likely to hear about about the time that perhaps this partial government shutdown does come to an end, I'm Brian Mudd in for the great one..

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Kevin, Joe and Michigan State University discussed on Valentine in the Morning

Valentine in the Morning

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Kevin, Joe and Michigan State University discussed on Valentine in the Morning

"The morning bells back tomorrow kevin and joe with you until then thank you so much for listening michigan state university has agreed to pay five hundred million dollars to the victims of larry nassar is the largest settlement ever in a sexual misconduct case involving university the disgrace doctor worked with the us women's national gymnastics team and michigan state university many women say the school enabled dr nassar nassar's abuse and ignored complaints microsoft has introduced an xbox controller designed for people with limited mobility i think this is so cool the xbox adaptive controller is meant to take into consideration the needs of gamers who were not able to hold a typical controller or reach all the necessary buttons microsoft recently teamed up with several medical organizations in an effort to be more inclusive toward all gamers that's great jill how many meals a week do you eat standing up okay send up a new study has revealed that the average parent eats a hundred and fifty six meals a year standing up one hundred and fifty six meals a year that's fifty two days worth of breakfast lunches and dinners eating in a rush over the kitchen sink wherever you gotta do it i feel like i eat most of my meals standing up because you're so busy i feel like i did before i was a parent i don't know why i like to sit and relax and enjoy apparently as long as you're not laying down you're fine it's not healthy to eat laying down for a variety of reasons it's also weird the study also more than half a parents say their kids have healthier diets than they do interesting and don't forget we're a couple minutes away from what's that noise on a thousand dollar thursday three thousand eight hundred dollars coming your way right after one republic.

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