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"tony duncan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Holy cow. I want you to work on that next time, Toni. Yeah. You've got my vote, John. No, no, no, I'm not playing you guys play, but If you get in that sandbox, I'll bring the bucket, which is a new saying. I just made up, but I feel like she makes an excellent point that there are other issues and if they want a much more pressing, okay, but Listen, We don't need to quibble about this anymore. I mean, it's it's fate is sealed one way or the other. It looks like in your favor, but I'm still I'm still confident that now that the only other lever for them because are they going to fix it? Are they going to say OK, we're gonna cut spending and Do all of these other radical things. Are they just going to go? Well, I hate to do this. But taxes are going to go up and I I don't know I don't have a crystal ball, Tony, but I see that is almost the easiest thing for them to do. Well, we know that people don't get reelected when taxes go up and want to make sure that in order to get elected, we get these taxes to stay down and we get the deck ticket go down. We're eight billion behind for this fiscal year is scary. It's really scary, and I think what's most important for us to all realized. Is that the people? The majority of the people in this in this state know that there are better ways than just to segment ties in charge. People thinking one group can do it. It's just we got all come together. One group, meaning the 3% that make the most money. You know, whichever group they choose at whatever time they choose to make that choice. No, we never vote is so important Job. We never voted on a percentage. Or on a dollar amount of earned income. That's intriguing. So if if that amendment had said, rather than let's let them decide, which is what it did. Let's limit the number of taxes. They congratulate right so it can only be on income and not on anything else. But this would allow them to do that. So they didn't They didn't restrict it That way. Gave them not only the keys to the car, giving the keys to the whole fleet of cars. But then also if they said, and you shall never increased the taxes more than this, or nevermore than people who are making this amount of money. There were none of those governors. None of those regulators. On that amendment. Oh, if they had put that there, Tony, it might have been a more difficult road for you. Well, I think for certain that what it would have done have given more voters the confidence that what they were saying they were voting for and what they were actually voting forward. Same and never in the conversations of the debates that I've had with anybody about this. Was there ever a conversation about what we're actually doing and whether or not that was going to fix the problem? What we were always arguing about was whether or not is this believed percentage of people who would be affected were a big enough. Representative representation for us to not do the right thing, and it was very, very misunderstood from the beginning, and I think intentionally, but a lot of people did their due diligence. Listen, I didn't know a lot about this. But as I study more and more I said, Wow, our state is in a really serious Predicament and we need to fix our spending. We will never have enough money to fix this. Paid for by citizens for Tony Duncan. Tony Duncan is a member of the coalition to stop the proposed tax hike, so the votes are finally being counted. By the way, Tony or private businessman too, right? I am. I am. I am very much so my entire adult life. My wife and I have 26 years We've been small business owners, and we've had the opportunity to really help. A lot of people go from, you know, just jobs to meaningful careers and and we love small business. And we also know that that corporate taxes and things of that nature were directly connected to this. And so this was a big win for small businesses and farmers. And really meaningful parts of the work of working class of Illinois. Well, you better not move then. So since we've sort of given all of the high income wage earners or the businesses, which will Well, tell us that they're not making too much money. And I want you all to stay. And I want you so I want you to pay all the taxes you're supposed to pay. And I want you to pick up litter when you drop it. I want you to be these sort of good civil corporate citizens. We want you to be okay. You bet your right and this is, you know this means more businesses are going to stand. Illinois Mohr that big wage earners are going to stay and spend in Illinois, and that's it. That's what we want. That's what we all want A Tony come to our studio sometime. You and I have not met in person, but it's been a pleasure talking to you the last few days. All of the pleasure has been mine, John, I look forward to it. Thank you. Tony Duncan is a member of that Nothing. Hey, John Williams. I was sure the world was going to end last night. So I stopped watching the returns at 10 30. I watched Perry Mason. I was sure of the outcome. 312 spent election night flipping back and forth between the news coverage in the Godfather Marathon. How did you get through last night? 3129817 200. I drew Weiner dogs and had to Manhattan's It's 9, 57 WG and Radio News comes your way next. As.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jack, it'll be fun. On. We're done. So that's pretty much all we usually play every year of the shag singing. It's Halloween, by the way, Speaking of Dracula, If you go to W g on radio dot com, Actually, it's on my Facebook page. I'm w GM King John on Facebook. It's a picture of me as Dracula and my little dog, Daisy. You can color it in and have a nice holiday weekend. Happy Halloween weekend to you. So maybe you're going to vote this weekend. Maybe we'll vote on Tuesday. I fascinated to see what the results will be on that Graduated Income Tax amendment. We've talked this week to both Tony Duncan and Quentin folks one for one against it. Let's wrap up this week with the final conversation with the two of them at the same time, Tony Quentin, Welcome to the show. I'm glad you were able to join us one more time. John. Thank you so much for having that, Uh you don't? Yeah. Tony and Quentin right there. Okay, so guys, I know our listeners have some questions. I mean, we could do a debate back and forth all throw the issues out, but I think it would be helpful to if you have a question, reservation or comment about this. 3129817 200 is the telephone number. The words fair tax do not appear on the ballot. It's graduated Income tax initiative, Tony, We've talked about this before. I think One of the great concerns people have is that They're worried it's going to go after retirement income. What do you say about that? Well, first and again. Thank you so much for having me on John. You know, I'm a small business owner. You have been a small business owner for 30 years growth in Illinois and Rogers Park in Chicago. Um, I'm very concerned because I know for a fact that every single state that has used graduated system has also retire taxed retirees. And that thing system, so there's no reason to think that we somehow we're going to be different, and there's nothing that we're voting on that protection from it in the future, Quentin. What about that? So the caretaker has nothing to do with Tekken retirement income, And that is something that our opponent keeps saying in order to try to scare people into voting against their own interest here. What the fare taxes about it simply trying to impose higher tax rates. On higher income earners and lower tax rates on lower income earners. It has absolutely nothing to do attacks in retirement income, which is exempt from taxation and the state of Illinois, the legislature would have to pass. Legislation in order to tax time an income of the fair tax something completely different. And obviously the courts have said as much. Ah lawsuit was brought against just their attacks on this ground, and the high court in Illinois has already thrown it out and said that you know the FairTax does not tax retirement coming had nothing to do with that time come in, and I said on the radio earlier today that I think this is a referendum on Politicians in Illinois, the Springfield types the Mike Madigan's of the world. This tax may be a good idea. But if I don't like or trust them, then we'll cut off our nose to spite our face. Do you see the sort of road block that thought presents for you? Well, absolutely. And, you know, I don't want to be dismissive of that. But I can tell you that, you know, I don't think we should be in the business of punishing middle and lower income families because we don't like an individual That's elected official. You know, we're talking about changing the Constitution and something that you know we have the best chance to do right now, which is simply imposed graduate attack system in the state of Gilmore in 50 years. 30 years, 100 years long after the politicians are gone, this is about this is going to be About who were asking to step up today on unfortunately, the lower middle class families in the state of Illinois have paid for far too long. And we're asking those wealthiest individuals. Those who make over $250,000 a year in earnings or in profit for small businesses with businesses in general to pay a little bit more so that we can have the revenue that we need, But this is about who is going to pay. Our opponents would like people to believe that this is about power. This is simply about who's going to pay is going to continue to fall off little lower income families, or are we going to ask the wealthiest about millionaires and billionaires, corporate CEOs to step up a little bit more? Go ahead. You know, John, if I could, if I could comment on that question has done this. He said that there is nothing about this amendment that that has anything to do it retiring. And I have to point this out. First and foremost. It was the state treasurer that in June, said that by having the graduated system that we can now better understand how we were goingto tax retirees, and then he flip flopped on that, you know, and that is the reason why there's so much concern because it was brought up by our State treasurer. Why would anyone trust Springfield? More specifically, here? I am a business owner who have been through to catch the last 10 years and somehow I'm supposed to believe that retirees are going to be taxed because somebody said they don't intend to. It would require, But this amendment does not allow you to tax retirees. Correct, Tony This amendment allows you to segment ties people into tax brackets, and that then allows you a different route of new and unyielding power for Springfield. Politician understand? Then turn around. Impact Our residents, OK, hold on to the was listening at home. Please, Please acknowledge that John asked him a direct question. Does the fair type attacks retirement in Tom? And he could not answer? The caretaker has absolutely nothing to do? No, I most certainly should answer it and thank you very much pointing, but the truth is this creative. Abilities not only raise taxes but also creating change tax brackets whenever they want. Okay, Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. This is true. Is it? Not that if we did Tax retirement income. It might be easier to now because we would say that we're only going to tax retirement income at a certain level, but so I understand how this sort of makes the slope slippery. But gentlemen, this does not allow you as a result of this specifically To tax retirement income. Is that not correct? It does not. It does not tax. The FairTax has absolutely nothing to do what talking about here today has nothing to do with the time. OK, OK, hold on right there. Pause for a moment. LF Sandmeyer, she said, you're not going to get two calls. If you don't take a break, and we're going to do both next This is W g. N.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Trump appears to be trying to work. The referee's ABC is Karen Travers has President Trump continues to falsely claim that the topics for this Thursday's debate have been changed, telling Fox News. This was supposed to be a foreign policy debate. And now all of a sudden We're talking about things that are not foreign policy. But there were no changes to the list of topics. The two campaigns in the debate commission agreed months ago that the debate moderator in this case, NBC's Kristen Welker, would choose the topics. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington presidential debate Thursday night, You could hear it right here on BBC News radio. It starts at 9 P.m., CBS this morning co host Tony Duncan, Phyllis Touring by RV through the Midwest. He's been talking to voters and elected officials as part of a special election. 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"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Battleground tracker Pole will have much more on this story and Other political happenings with CBS's Face The Nation Coming up at 11 30 on Uptown Man is accused of trying to solicit sex from someone that he thought was a teenage boy. It happened last week on the North side and undercover investigator with the Sheriff Special Victims unit was posing as a 15 year old boy on a dating app to arrange to meet here. The home of 51 year old Matthew Baldwin. That's where Baldwin was taken into custody. He is now on electronic monitoring. A court date is set for early November. They've burner NewsRadio, one of five point NFL. There are millions being spent to the campaigns for and against having a graduated income tax anyone away, the argument is torn between concerns about the needs of the economy. And the actions of its politicians, businessman Tony Duncan, with the coalition to stop the tax hike. Amendment, say amendment backers wanted graduated income tax approved so that the state lawmakers, Khun Raise taxes any time they want on anyone They want. A problem that we have is the spending that goes on, and this is more power to do more spending. There's hundreds of ways to fix the budget without ways raising attacked. But Quentin folks director of Vote Yes, for fairness, says that's just a smokescreen by people. Behind the opposition who don't want to pay their fair share. You have some of the wealthiest organization in the wealthiest individuals who are opposing this, but also while their opposing it they're saying, you know what we should do. Instead, we should implement sales taxes. We should implement retirement taxes on seniors. We should raise the current flat tax. Tony Duncan denied that but would not name any of the hundreds of ways he suggests to fix the budget and folks pounds. They have no alternatives. Yet they opposed anything that we that if Greg Well, and they just bash it down and singer not a budget question. When they get out. They agreed to disagree. Craig del Amore NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Chicago is number one once again for rats organise, released, its top 50 ready is two Cities list for the fits in second time. Chicago has taken the top spot or can write.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Proponents call it the FairTax opponents fallen the tax hike amendment. What it is, is a proposal to change Illinois flat income tax where all taxpayers paid the same rate now, just about or just a roll under 5%. The proposal is to make it a graduated or progressive tax. Our urine of the higher the rate you pay. The federal income tax is like that. But what would it mean in Illinois this weekend? We're going to try to help you decide for yourself in a discussion with advocates from both sides of the issue, we are still doing the social distancing thing because of Kobe 19. So joining me via Zoom conferencing is Quintin folks executive director with Vote yes, For fairness, That's the main organization. Backing passage of the amendment. He's also president of Think Big Illinois, which advocates for Governor J. B. Pritzker's agenda. He's also been the governor's campaign manager. On the other side is Tony Duncan with the coalition to stop the Tax amendment. He is on entrepreneur of the tax hike a member of the coalition to stop the tax hike a minute. Let me get the full name straight. He is an entrepreneur, wellness coach. And he's the founder of Body Science of this training operation on the North Shore. Well, thank you. Thank you for having me great. Quentin quotes Let's start with you. People are being asked to change what's essentially a very simple tax system. Everybody face 5% of their income. So why go to attacks with several locals? Simple. It's about fairness. Great on. The reason is because it's simply not there that someone making a billion dollars a year is paying the same tax rage as somebody making $40,000 a year. This whole concept of rebounds around asking those wealthiest in the state to step up and pay a little bit more are currently in the state. We have an extremely regressive tax system, where the lowest 20% pay around 14% of their income and state and local taxes and fees while the top 1% pay around seven and at 7.4% so roughly, you know, Half on DH, So it's just not fair on the FairTax will allow us to address that by imposing higher tax rates on higher income earners and lower tax rates on lower income earners while giving 97% of Illinois and a tax cut. All that Tony Duncan people are seeing hearing lots of ads say the fair tax isn't faring could be costly to taxpayers and the state. What makes that flat tax Well, first off, Let me just say thank you so much for letting me come on to your show and speak with you and your audience. It's a pleasure to talk to you. You know, I'm born and raised in Illinois have been a small business owner, My wife and I for 26 years. And, you know, we believe wholeheartedly that the issue at hand right now is not about fair. It's about power. It's about giving Springfield politician unyielding new power to high taxes and created many brackets They want whenever they want taxing us. Are taxing more money to our residents, but People might say, you know, they can raise taxes now. Ah, I mean, in fact, I've covered the light cover the Legislature for a number of years and that you know, I remember when the tax was doing a half percent so they could raise it now. What's the difference? Well, The difference is first and foremost that they're able to now to put people into different types. Frank. It's so that they're no longer having attacks just the entire group. But to switch it up of the vic contacts, whatever group they want whenever they want as much as they wanted, they were serious about these taxes. They would have been baked into the amendment. But they're not. And they they just want to have power. It's just a power grab. Quinton folks, What do you say to that that this is just opening the door to future taxes. I say that our taxes should have people segmented into their ability to pay, which is what the graduated income tax of the fair tax is all about. This has nothing to do with power does not make it any easier for Springfield to raise taxes on anyone. The power to tax is the same under the flat text right now, as it would be under the fair tax if it is put in place by voters in this election. Season. So it's just simply not true that the FairTax gives the Legislature any additional power. But we do believe that those wealthiest individuals and in this case, the top 3% of those individuals making more than $250,000 a year should step up and pay more on the lower middle class in Illinois have been paying their fair share for far too long while the burden has been volatile on them on, and millionaires and billionaires and the top wealthiest and 3% in our state has simply not paid their fair share. Would it be? I mean politically? Would it be any easier to raise taxes? If you were targeting specific segments of the population, you know, like as this tax would do. You look at somebody that manages political campaigns. I don't think a tax increase is ever easy for anyone, whether you're raising them on somebody that's making, you know $100,000, or if you're raising them on somebody that makes a billion dollars. It's never easy on. I think that we see the campaign around that. You know the campaign around this idea showing that, But the fact remains is that we have an unfair system that is punishing lower and middle income Illinois ins and if you look at some of the studies of data is the one I'd like to point out the most just because it's kind of the most egregious. And my opinion is a study that was done by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy that said. Over the last 20 years, Black and Hispanic families have paid roughly $4 billion Mohr under the flat tax, and they would have paid under the fair tax. And during that same time frame, the top 3% of the wealthiest and Illinois have built their cumulative wealth by 7.5 billion. So this isn't the government giving anything to those individuals. This is individuals that live in those communities, black and Hispanic communities that paid an additional $4 billion more than I could have stayed in their communities have been invested in businesses. Small businesses like Mr Duncan's, So you know, it's just not fair. We have a progressive system that is punishing people because they don't make a lot of money in this state. Tony Duncan, The coalition's says that this tax would put African American and latte. Next people at a disadvantage. Why is that? Well, first off, I just make it a talking point that they're using. When they say that this is fair fair has absolutely nothing to do with it. This is again about power power. That the state representative that the people that we have in Springfield don't have right now. That power is.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Midway 42 lakefront winds out of the west at three MPH. Nobody. BBM news time 9 20 our top story this hour. There are millions being spent in the campaigns for and against having a graduated income tax in Illinois. Much of the debate over the ballot questions about what happens well after the measure is approved. Hackers of what they call the fair tax say Having graduated income tax rates, like the federal income tax does means people are taxed according to their ability to pay the rich pay more. But businessman Tony Duncan, with the coalition to stop the tax hike amendment, says this isn't about fairness. It's about power power that the state representative that the people that we have in Springfield don't have Right now that power is to create these brackets, and that is going to cause a divide and conquer of our residents. But Quentin folks director a vote yes, for fairness, scoffs at that reasoning, he says lawmakers won't have any more power to raise taxes than they do now. It's just simply not true that the FairTax gives the Legislature any additional power. But we do believe that those wealthiest individuals and in this case, the top 3% of those individuals making more than $250,000 a year should step up and pay more. Duncan's Those businesses will flee the higher taxes. But folks, says studies show not that many do. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM much more on both sides of the graduated income tax debate on our ad issue program Coming up at 9 30 here on news radio, The news Watch continues now at 9 21, the religious vote. I'm Fred bottom or with report on religion. A few research center is out with new numbers on how people of faith will vote in the upcoming presidential election. Well in our latest survey, conducted in late September early October, what we find is that white Christian Continue to favor Donald Trump over Joe Biden in the 2020 election, but their support for Donald Trump seems to be softening You senior researcher Greg Smith in the current survey, the big majority of white evangelical Protestants, 78% say they would vote for Donald Trump if the election were today. Has to 53% of white Protestants who are not evangelical and 52% of white Catholic. So Trump remains their favorite candidate. But in all three of those groups support for Donald Trump is actually down a little bit since we laughed, asked these questions in early August White Christians a rakhi segment of the electorate because they make up roughly 44% of all registered voters. As for other faith groups really finds a big difference between white Christians on the one hand, who mostly prefer Donald Trump over Joe Biden. And everybody else. On the other hand, every other religious group that we're able to analyse says they prefer Joe Biden to Donald Trump that includes black Protestants, 90% of whom say they would vote for Joe Biden if the election were today. 83% of atheists and agnostics say they support Joe Biden. Two thirds of Hispanic Catholics seven and 10, Jewish voters six and 10 of those who say their religion is simply nothing in particular. All of these groups strongly prefer Joe Biden over Donald Trump Wave Report on religion. Fred Bottom, er CBS News Everybody. This is Matt Breck walled and welcome to the Pioneer Tour podcast Each week. I'll get to service your guide new episodes covering the.
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"FM and the News Watch continues this portion sponsored by Momon law injury attorneys There are millions being spent on the campaign for and against having a graduated income tax in Illinois. The argument is Thorn between concerns about the needs of the economy and the actions of politicians. Businessman Tony Duncan with the coalition to stop the tax hike. Amendment, say amendment backers wanted graduated income tax approved so that the state lawmakers, Khun Raise taxes any time they want on anyone They want. A problem that we have is the spending that goes on, and this is more power to do more spending. There's hundreds of ways to fix the budget without ways raising attacked, but Quentin folks director of vote Yes, For fairness, says That's just a smokescreen by people behind the opposition who don't want to pay their fair share. You have some of the wealthiest organization in the wealthiest individuals who are opposing this, but also what their opposing it they're saying. You know what we should do. Instead, we should implement sales taxes. We should implement retirement taxes on seniors. We should raise the current flat tax. Tony Duncan denied that but would not name any of the hundreds of ways he suggests to fix the budget and folks pounds they have no alternatives yet. They opposed anything that we that if Greg people and they just bash it down, it's not funny when they're talking about. They agreed to disagree. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM, and we'll have more both sides on the at issue program Coming up at 9 30 this evening news time. 5 52 J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making the right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned a rocket mortgage, we can help guide you to those right decisions.
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"There are millions being spent in the campaigns for and against having a graduated income tax in Illinois. The argument is torn between concerns about the needs of the economy and the actions of its politicians. Businessman Tony Duncan, with the coalition to stop the tax hike amendment, say amendment backers wanted graduated income tax approved so that the state lawmakers, Khun Raise taxes any time they want on anyone. They want. A problem that we have is the spending that goes on, and this is more power to do more spending there. Hundreds of ways to fix the budget without ways raising attacked. But Quentin folks director of Vote Yes, for fairness, says that's just a smokescreen by people behind the opposition who don't want to pay their fair share. You have some of the wealthiest organization in the wealthiest individuals who are opposing this, but also what their opposing it they're saying. You know what we should do. Instead, we should implement sales taxes. We should implement retirement taxes on seniors. We should raise the current flat tag. Tony Duncan denied that but would not name Any of the hundreds of ways he suggests to fix the budget and folks pounds. They have no alternatives. Yet they opposed anything that we that if people and they just bash it down, and not a budget question when they get out, they agreed to disagree. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM. We'll look at both sides of the graduated income tax debate on are at issue program this weekend. You can hear more of it coming up at 9 30 this evening. With less than two weeks left for Chicagoans to apply for vote by mail. The Chicago Board of Elections is already reporting record breaking turnout in a series of tweets. The Chicago Board of Elections noted that vote by mail applications have now surpassed 500,000. Marking what is typically half of the total voter turnout in Chicago for a presidential election. The board says that 500,000 mail in ballots more than quadruples the all time record. Chicagoans can apply to vote by mail until 5 P.m. on Thursday. October 29th. Randa, Nice and NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM. Your complete AccuWeather. Five day forecast is next. W BBM news Time. 8 13 Make sure.
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"5 P.m. on Thursday. October 29th. Randa, Nice and NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM pink hats and judges. Rove's at the women's march in Dust Plains. This weekend, it was get out the vote rally. Jessica Mogg is one of the organizers of the speak up Vote Descent Rally. I'm sick of the politics of back and forth to party politics for replay games instead of Actually getting things done for the people of the United States also held a moment of silence for Justice Ginsburg as part of the rally is cars frequently honk horns in support there. In this planes. There are millions being spent in the campaigns for and against having a graduated income tax in Illinois. But much of the debate over the ballot question is about what happens well after the measure is approved. It's a subject of are at issue program tonight at 9 30 backers of what they call the fair tax say Having graduated income tax rates, like the federal Income tax does means people are taxed according to their ability to pay the rich pay more. But businessman Tony Duncan, with the coalition to stop the tax hike amendment, says this isn't about fairness. It's about power power that The state representative that the people that we have in Springfield don't have right now that power is to create these brackets, and that is going to cause a divide and conquer of our residents. But Quentin folks director a vote yes, for fairness, scoffs at that reasoning, he says lawmakers won't have any more power to raise taxes than they do now. It's just simply not true that the FairTax gives the Legislature any additional power. But we do believe that those wealthiest individuals and in this case the top 3% Those individuals making more than $250,000 a year should step up and came or Duncan says businesses will flee the higher taxes. But folks says studies show not that many do. Craig Della MORE news radio 105.9 FM A pair of Chicago men remain behind bars this morning in connection with a pair of recent armed robberies, a DuPage County gas station, prosecutors say a circle K gas station in Oak Brook was robbed by two men armed with what turned out to be a BB gun. Morning of October. 8th less than two hours later. The same man are accused of robbing a gas station in Lincolnwood. Later in the day. Both suspects were arrested following a chase with police in their car that was reported stolen from Berwyn. 20 year olds Willie Carter and Sheldon Dean are now being held without bod in a statement, DuPage County State's attorney Robert Berlin, says the men were out on bond for felony cases in Cook County at the time, and that bail bond reforms enacted in 2017 must be revisited to in his words, protect all of Illinois citizens. Andy Day News radio 105.9 FM. Well, we're in for a little stretch a chilly weather that's coming up in the accurate the forecast for the week ahead and just a mall in here. We got sports to just Couple of minutes doubling maybe a news time. 5 14 stay in the no on demand. Download the W BBM all local podcast updated several times each day from NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 FM..
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"You may never find out what happened or get to the bottom of it. Working, and she says more people have been hired for the call center. Plus, there's an email telling you when decertify for the week of the Illinois capital, David all news radio 105.9 FM Next month, Illinois voters will decide on a constitutional amendment to change the state's flat income tax structure to a graduated one. Those four and against it can't seem to agree on what the debate is all about. Quentin folks director of Vote Yes, for fairness, says it's all about fairness. The flat tax rate is easy on those with the most money. We have an extremely regressive tax system, where the lowest 20% pay around 14% of their income in state and local taxes and fees, while the top 1% pay around seven and 7.4% so roughly, you know half But Tony Duncan, a businessman with the coalition to stop the tax hike, amendment, says The issue isn't fairness but power. It's about giving Springfield politician unyielding new power to hike taxes and created many blankets as they want. Whenever they want. Taxing us are taxing more money to our resident. We'll look at both sides of the graduated income tax debate on our at issue program this weekend, and you can hear more. Sunday evening at 9 30, Craig Della, More news radio 105.9 FM Coming up traffic and weather together and some low gas prices doubled. Maybe a news time 11 35. For all our sakes, we need to avoid crowds as much as possible. But what if.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Former Vice President Joe Biden was in Michigan, where he made his pitch to voters by talking heavily about President Trump's Corona virus response. Rejections. Pray God, they're not right Father if they're right. The next several months will be over 200,000. This whole death. Speaking in Southfield and Detroit, Biden promised a sweeping effort for racial and economic justice. If he's elected president. As colder weather sends people indoors. There are grim predictions for covered 19 deaths. This was a new model from the University of Washington projects that death tolls from the virus will spike this winter. Dr Ali Meqdad says that some hospitals may not have the capacity to meet patient demand. If we don't wear a mask when we are outside, yes, unfortunately, out my January we will have a pressure on our capacity. But, he says if everyone masks up, thousands of lives could be saved. Miley Katie for CBS News, Seattle, A trial shows a drug president Trump received for the Corona virus does not prevent covered death. The antiviral drug rammed a severe was considered one of the most promising Mints for covert 19. But a new 30 country trial found neither it nor several other hopefuls prevented deaths. The study was backed by the World Health Organization, which says the evidence is conclusive. Washington authorized the emergency use of the U. S manufactured drug in May. Elaine COBB, CBS News After the pandemic, overwhelmed the state unemployment system the governor brought in a new director and our Dave Doll spoke with her for a status check. One of the biggest messes Christian Richards has to clean up. A data breach is diverting resources from our agency agency resources that should be helping claim it. We are working handed him with law enforcement, the FBI Secret service. The Attorney general's office, try and track down the source of the claim, bringing in some improved technology resources to help us try and track this thing down. Yeah. You may never find out what happened or get to the bottom of it. Working, and she says more people have been hired for the call center. Plus, there's an email telling you when decertify for the week of the Illinois capital, David all news radio 105.9 FM Next month, Illinois voters will decide on a constitutional amendment to change the state's flat income tax structure to a graduated one. But those for and against it can't seem to agree on what the debates about Clinton folks director of Vote Yes, for fairness, says it's all about fairness. The flat tax rate is easy on those with the most money. We have an extremely regressive tax system, where the lowest 20% pay around 14% of their income and state and local taxes and fees, while the top 1% pay around seven and 7.4% so roughly, you know half But Tony Duncan, a businessman with a coalition to stop the tax hike, amendment, says The issue isn't fairness but power. It's about giving Springfield politician unyielding new power to hike taxes and created many blankets as they want. Whenever they want. Taxing us are taxing more money to our resident will look at both sides of the graduated income tax debate on our at issue program this weekend and you can hear more. Sunday evening at 9 30. Craig Della. More news radio 105.9 FM. Federal judges ruled prosecutors have enough evidence to move ahead with the case against five men accused of plotting to kit that Michigan's governor to day preliminary hearing this week feature testimony from one of the FBI agents who ran the investigation, relying on confidential informant And undercover agents to thwart the alleged scheme to abduct Michigan's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, The agent testified that members of anti government paramilitary groups from several states discussed abducting Wittmer and Virginia's Democratic governor Ralph nor them. During a June meeting in Ohio. The judge says to five men's cases can go to a grand jury, which will determine whether to issue indictments. That's required for them to face trial. I'm Ben Thomas, the mayor of San Francisco, is lashing out in an effort to regain some of the city's public schools to address equity and systemic racism. Mayor London Breathed says now is not the time for that. She says the school district should be focusing instead on getting Children back into classrooms. If you're working remotely, or any time you're home, just ask your smarts figure to play double BBM news radio for all the latest developments, gas prices, traffic and weather next it's 8.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"By a teacher that you observed as the girl was in front of a computer for online learning. Chicago schools CEO Janice Jackson says the incident is disturbing a girl molested as she was doing an online lesson. Jackson says. When classes are in person. It's often a teacher or a counselor who first notices a student Maybe facing issues at home. DCF S has already reported a dramatic decrease in the number of cases reported. We know that these things have not stopped occurring. But what has happened is there are fewer watchful eyes, looking as students connecting with students to make sure that they're say. Jackson says Students will return to schools in phases starting next month with pre K and Special education students or parents may choose to stick with remote learning. Steve Miller NEWS radio 105.9. FM, Illinois voters next month will decide on a constitutional amendment to change states flat income tax structure to a graduated one. Where the wealthy pay more. The two sides of the debate, though, are clashing over what would come next. Businessman Tony Duncan, with the coalition to stop the tax hike amendment, says the danger and approving the graduated income tax in Illinois is the politicians who can't be trusted, will raise taxes on the middle class as well as the rich. They're able to now put people into different tax bracket. So that they're no longer having attacks just the entire group but to switch it up of the deck contacts, whatever group they want whenever they want as much as they want. But Quentin folks, director of Vote yes, for fairness, says lawmakers already have the power to raise taxes. Look at somebody that manages political campaigns. I don't think a tax increase is ever easy for anyone, whether you're raising them on somebody that's making, you know $100,000, or if you're raising them on somebody that makes a billion dollars. It's never easy..
"tony duncan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"For and against, it can't seem to agree on what the debate is all about. Quentin folks director a vote Yes, for fairness, says it's all about fairness. The flat tax rate is easy on those with the most money. We have an extremely regressive tax system, where the lowest 20% pay around 14% of their income in state and local taxes and fees, while the top 1% pay around seven and at 7.4% so roughly, you know half but Tony Duncan, a businessman with a coalition to stop A tax hike amendment says the issue isn't fairness but power. It's about giving Springfield politician unyielding new power to hike taxes and created many blankets as they want. Whenever they want. Taxing us are taxing more money to our resident will look at both sides of the graduated income tax debate on our at issue program this weekend, and you can hear more. Sunday evening at 9 30, Craig Della, more news radio 105.9 of them. In a narrow vote. The Highland Park City Council's approved in ordinance this week to allow sales of recreational marijuana in the park already has a medical marijuana dispensary and I will start accepting applications for a legalized recreational dispensary. In the city's industrial district. The late news son reporting the city Council is expected to vote to the next meeting with a potential retail tax of up to 3% of the sale of the drug, Immigration and Customs Enforcement says it's arrested more than 170 Undocumented immigrants in six cities this month. Ice today says more than 80% of those arrested had criminal convictions or pending criminal charges. Department Acting secretary Chad Wolf says more arrests are common criminals, ice lodges detainers against or not random, illegal immigrants. Ice focuses. Its limited resource is first and foremost on those who pose the greatest threat to public safety operation is part of a concerted pre election campaign by the Trump Administration to target sanctuary cities that prevent police from turning over illegal immigrants already in custody to federal authorities. This month, Ice agents targeted the cities of Baltimore. Denver, New York, Philadelphia, Seattle and Washington D C. It's for 50 to market. My local coffee shop is my Penn State World campus classroom, giving me the full pennstate experience online. My Penn State classroom is getting me to where I want to be quick on the adder. Visit World campus PS you dot e d u to learn more You get a whole.
"tony duncan" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"tony duncan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I'm Terry Stacey with you for the next couple of hours and on the show today local author, Julie young Julie. She's written a new book about the burger, chef murders, and it is still an open case. She'll be here at about eleven fifteen law. So chicken with a writer at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, he'll talk about why we should go back to the moon as we get closer to the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven mission. But this hour, if it's happening in Indianapolis, you're going to hear about it, including the idol Jorg Indian market just getting underway. Joining us now is Brian Corbin, from the idol Jorg. Hello, Brian, how are ya? Hi, terry. It's great to be with you. I'm glad you're here. The idol Jorg Indian market and festival. I mean there's nothing like it in our city. The twenty seventh annual idol George museum Indian market and festival, and we will be having one hundred and twenty native American artists from across the US, and Canada who will be on the museum grounds Indian the museum and they will be showing and selling their beautiful art. And we also have music and food and culture and it'll be a fun weekend. This is a rain or shine event, isn't it? Yes. And I don't think whether it will be a problem for two reasons we have one hundred twenty artists half of them are inside the building. They have their artists boots inside the museum building. They're set up there. So there's a little rain you can just go inside the building. But also the other artists who have their boots outside on the lawn. They are under big tents, big, canopy tents, so, so you'll be under a tent as well. So whether they're inside or outside that people can can meet the artists and shop their art and enjoy the weekend, also have music, performances taking place under the sales in the back of the museum and all the museum exhibits will be open. So rain or shine. It'll be a fun event for the first time what they will experience. What will they see visitors to the idol? George Indian market in festival will have really a wonderful opportunity to meet native American artists from really more than fifty native American nations from across North America. Each native American nation is very different from the other in. They sell all kinds of interesting art pottery, beautiful jewelry, beadwork basket, three paintings sculptures. We have music and dance performers throughout the day. We have world champion hoop dancer, Tony Duncan who will be performing at one PM. We have a native American rock band called son of whale, the will be performing at three PM to. It'll be a lot of fun. You mentioned. There are more than fifty native American nations that will come and participate here in Indiana. Do we still have a few native American nations that live within the state? Yes. And including best known the D Miami nation. But also the pot of WADA me and several other groups and in fact, the native American nations of Indiana and of the Great Lakes, region generally are an important component of the idol Georgs native American art galleries in our exhibitions on the second floor. So that's something people can see while they are here. And that's always been a focus of the idol. George museum from in the beginning. The native American nations of Indiana in the midwest generally, and that's going to be our focus in coming years as well. Yeah, the artists will be here, specifically for any market and festival from all over. We have someone from Alaska, we have artists from New Mexico, Arizona, you really from all over the US and Canada. So it'll be a great opportunity to, to meet folks mall, over who do all kinds of interesting, art, and a great opportunity to shop, or just to, to walk around, and also experienced native American cultures and food will have several vendors who will be here as well as the museum cafe itself. So it'll, it'll be fun all day experience family friendly, Brian carbonates with us. He's the public relations manner manager at the idol Jorg museum for the idol George Indian market and festival. What is the highlight for you, Brian? I think it's just the variety and the opportunity to meet in beautiful art from all over from native American artists from all over the continent. And also hear the music we have a lot of regular visitors who come in. See India more in attendance market and festival year after year. But we also have plenty of first time visitors who come as well. Maybe the first time they come they're really interested in the music performances. But then, when they're here they become very interested in the art, and then they come back again, in subsequent years, because maybe they have a favorite artists that they wanna meet him in protest art from again. And I could add if a children and youth ages seventeen and under get in free. There's no ticket price for for kids ages seventeen and under and then parking.
"tony duncan" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
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"Everything are you know you without a doubt maybe that's the point the problem is when you got a democrat left wing organization like the obama administration and tony duncan who are all very pro union they're gonna do what they can do to help the union keep their feet come and keep control of reputation i'm here to say we need to have competition bat makes for a better product for everybody you what's are talk about protesters or something i talked about that today what's on your mind about protesters well it's a got all those i feel better out there's a big think writing everything with gold they hello season i see i got a good all that honor i didn't you got it man yeah i would i would like to pit met on closing the problem is this is going to be sure with the president is and he has heard this this week right man to closer was completely up an arms and she was done absolutely it had enough and she's not going to cooperate with the president the problem issues him over the president was a and i find that i mean i'd caution from the kind of sad i mean i like to make fun of her but at this point you know there may be an issue here just that's that's kick it in it's you paul _o_c took to the microphone she she was surrounded by a bunch a left wing do for says and then talked about how she's not going to work with the president is he didn't seem to know the president was and you'd like for somebody who's going to complain about the sitting president to know was named and to know exactly what they're problem is with them but that would be bit silly i guess to see we're going to find that video quickly and ensure the all you know if you you know the here it is it's you paul _o_c dance you surrounded by let's in a bar andor you got ta maxine waters i don't know the other people be honest with you but she back she's had it she's not going to take a knee.