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AP-NORC poll: Majority plan to vote before Election Day

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

AP-NORC poll: Majority plan to vote before Election Day

"A new poll from the Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows a majority of Americans plan to vote before election day fifty four percent of voters say they'll vote before polls opened on November third that's up from forty two percent in twenty sixteen but the results show conducting elections in the U. S. has become a partisan issue fifty seven percent of president trump's supporters say they'll vote in person but fifty three percent of Joe Biden's backers plan to vote by mail twenty eight percent of Americans say they would favor their states holding elections exclusively by mail that's down from forty percent who supported that idea in April I'm I can't put

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A Discussion About Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

05:51 min | Last week

A Discussion About Mashup - Fasting

"Are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect But it's really you know the those animal studies were shown to be dependent on it jeff one levels just plummeting going going way down and it's important to to to realize translation of animals that he's like that to humans There's a lot of factors to consider. So for example, and mouse or rodent will lose twenty percent of their of their body weight after a forty eight hour fast whereas a human will only lose one to two percent. This a big difference and it's also been shown that within that two day period. Rodents can blower there one by fifty percent. whereas. It takes a human five days on a water on on. You know of basically not eating anything to to lower their levels by fifty percent. So big differences there and with respect to translating animal to to mouse studies but again. there has been some pilot studies looking at. Fasting and the effects on auto immune disease like multiple sclerosis when I just mentioned there's also been some pilot studies looking at a forty eight hour water fast in humans and there was a trend towards the adipose stem cell activation like I just mentioned with the Animal Studies.

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A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

04:29 min | Last week

A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

"There are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect

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Alaska's Salmon are Shrinking

60-Second Science

02:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Alaska's Salmon are Shrinking

"Year salmon come home to Alaska's frigid rivers to mate, lay their eggs and die. The. State Salmon runs are some of the biggest in the world but over the past few decades, those big salmon runs have featured ever smaller. Salmon. Talk to people up there has been fishing for a long time and they're definitely able to tell you that we just don't see those really large old salmon used to see Christa a post doctoral fellow at the University of Alaska Fairbanks oaken colleagues at the University of California Santa Cruz, and elsewhere analyzed records of fish size. Going back to the nineteen fifties they included data on some twelve point, five, million, salmon, each of which had. To be measured by someone from the Alaska Department of fish and game, and there's no question about it. Salmon have shrunk sockeye salmon today are two point one percent shorter than their ancestors chum salmon are two point four percent shorter and Coho or three point three percent shorter Chinook or king salmon showed the greatest declines at eight percent. That's an average difference of more than two inches in length. The study is in the journal Nature Communications. The researchers haven't nailed down the exact reasons behind this trend, but they're analysis suggests that climate change and competition with wild and hatchery raised salmon, both play a role. They also discovered that much of the change in body size is due to fish returning from the ocean at a younger age now than in the past. Oak, says fish could be returning earlier because they're reaching maturity faster for some reason or because the ocean has become a riskier place for older salmon to survive what could be happening is the That otherwise would have returned large old. Just making. Whatever the cause this size shift has massive ramifications for people and the Environment Oak and her team calculated that catching smaller fish may have already slashed the value of Alaska's Commercial Salmon Fisheries by twenty one percent. It's also likely reduced the food available to subsistence fishers, many of whom reliance stores of salmon to get them through the long harsh winter by as much as twenty six percent. On the ecological side, the researchers estimated that smaller fish sixteen percent fewer eggs, which could depress salmon populations in the future and the Salmon Bring Twenty eight percent fewer nutrients into the watersheds were they spun according to the study after they breed and die kirk actually fertilize. Freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems with these marine derived nutrients that are really important and that used by all kinds of animals like bears and songbirds even taking up into trees with no single factor to blame for shrinking salmon there's no fix says, but there are still plenty of fish in the sea they're just smaller than they used to be.

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Nintendo just reported a wild 428% surge in profits

Techmeme Ride Home

00:24 sec | Last month

Nintendo just reported a wild 428% surge in profits

"Up four hundred, twenty, eight percent year over year sales of Nintendo switch and switch light consoles grew one hundred, sixty, seven percent year-over-year to five point, six, eight, million units, and not only that in an era where stores are increasingly closed or people aren't going out to do their shopping digital sales of software climbed two hundred and thirty percent accounting for about fifty six percent of total software

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Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

Science Magazine Podcast

07:04 min | Last month

Why COVID-19 poses a special risk during pregnancy

"As it seems kind of to always the case these days there are a lot of open questions about corona virus and something else. In this case it's pregnant women like are these women at greater risk for more severe infections can the virus infected fetus? How likely is transmission at birth from an infected mother Maribeth? I know you don't have answers to all these questions but let's start with what are some solid trends at this point. For example are pregnant women more at risk if they're infected, it seems to be the case that they are although the data is very incomplete given though what the consequences are from a severe infection, it's really better to err on the side of caution and assume that. Yes, they are at increased risk and that wouldn't be totally surprising because it's known from our understanding of other respiratory viruses that women can get much more severe infections and have worse outcomes. That's particularly well established for influenza and it's thought to be the case for SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. That's caused by a similar virus. That's a close cousin of the new corona virus. There are a couple of biological factors that point to why this might be the case particularly how the immune system changes during pregnancy. How might that contribute to more severe infections? The immune system in pregnancy is like a moving target it's constantly adjusting HASTA. Hit this tricky balance of still repelling foreign invaders but not rejecting the fetus, which after all half of the fetus is not from mom and might look foreign to the immune system and what can happen is that things get outta whack perhaps there are worse infections than might have otherwise been the case. At the same time we know that the new corona virus causes really severe inflammation in particularly serious cases of infection. And if the mother's immune system is also active as it is in pregnancy, it's possible. Some experts think that this. Piles on with additional inflammation and that you get a worse situation than you would have had had mom not been pregnant. So it's not well understood but it's thought that there can be unhealthy interplay pregnancy also puts stress on the long Lewis and the cardiovascular system these are both too targets of Kobe eighteen. How is the body affected by pregnancy in such a way that the lungs cardiovascular system are harmed and how does Cova nineteen effect the lungs cardiovascular system sure. Will you imagine if the woman particularly as she goes into later pregnancy in the fetus larger and larger has decreased breathing room That is GonNa, make any respiratory infection in which you're breathing capacity is being affected by the infection itself. That's going to double down and make it even tougher to adequately oxygen at your blood. You basically have less room to breathe right and that's a serious impediment. If you're already sort of breathing at bat reduced level and then you have a virus causing an infection that is filling some of your breathing space with fluid, you can imagine how you could get into serious trouble quite quickly. What about the cardiovascular issues and how does that interact with the new corona virus? Well there's a couple of things one just the amount of work I mean the body. So amazing women pump by the time they're in late pregnancy, fifty percent more blood than they normally have. So there's a ton of blood circulating and that can lead to lots of fluid exiting into the lungs and making a bad problem worse, and then we know that the virus cannon does have bad effects on the heart and blood vessels which are already under strain because of the pregnancy. So again, the virus is potentially aiding and making worse this part that's kind of punching at the. Top of its weight already, there's a final effect that's not fully understood and not fully pin down, but it's known that the corona virus causes increased clotting in some patients. The blood has more of a tendency to clot will guess what in pregnancy the blood already has more of a tendency to plot. So now you layer an increased tendency to clot on top of an increased tendency to clot, and you can see where women can also get into trouble with clotting, which independently been a problem in serious of covid nineteen. We just talked about how the virus pregnancy my. Interact in a negative way. What is the evidence for the fact that women fare worse when pregnant and infected with a new coronavirus will there was a much notice steady that came out of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention late in June that showed that pregnant women with Cova. Did were up to fifty percent more likely to end up in intensive care and seventy percent more likely to end up needing a breathing machine. Then they're infected but non-pregnant peers. Now there, there's some caveats to that study number one they were not more likely to die which is reassuring. Number two even though this was a lot of pregnant women that CDC looked at about ninety, one thousand, it was only twenty eight percent of all the women of reproductive age that have had covert and have had their covert reported to. CDC, through early June. Why is that? Because these reports have a box that say check pregnancy status? Yes pregnant no not pregnant and many many basically seventy, two percent of the reports that CDC received came in without either. Box, checked, and so they couldn't use that data and that makes the study quite incomplete. There's a more comprehensive but much smaller study that was published by the public. Health Agency of Sweden into lie and it found that the women who were pregnant for landing in ICU, at six times the rate of non-pregnant women what's unique about this study is captured. All ICU. Missions in. Sweden and it used Disa- dominator, all non-pregnant and all pregnant women of reproductive. Agents Sweden. This study was very small however in the end only thirteen corona virus, infected pregnant women, and forty non-pregnant infected women were admitted to Swedish I see us in the timeframe of the study.

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Survivors of COVID-19, who received hospital treatment, show increased rate of psychiatric disorders

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:54 min | Last month

Survivors of COVID-19, who received hospital treatment, show increased rate of psychiatric disorders

"More than half of people who received hospital treatment for Covid nineteen were found to be suffering from a psychiatric disorder a month. Later, a study has found. Out, of four hundred, two patients monitored after being treated for the virus, fifty, five percent were found to have at least one psychiatric disorder according to experts from San. Rafael Hospital in Milan found. The results based on clinical interviews and self assessment questionnaires showed post traumatic stress disorder in twenty, eight percent of cases depression in thirty, one and anxiety in forty-two. Additionally forty percent of patients had insomnia and twenty percent had obsessive compulsive symptoms. The findings increased concerns about the psychological effects of the virus. The paper published yesterday in the Journal Brain behavior and immunity says PTSD major depression, and anxiety. All high burden. noncommunicable conditions associated with years of life lived with disability, the study of two, hundred, sixty, five men, and one hundred, and thirty seven women found that women who are less likely to die from Cova than men suffered. Suffered more than men psychologically patients with previous positive psychiatric diagnoses suffered more than those without a history of psychiatric disorder. They said, psychiatric efforts could be caused by the immune response to the virus itself. All by psychological stresses, such as social isolation, psychological impact of a novel severe and potentially fatal illness concerns about infecting others and stigma outpatient showed increase anxiety and sleep disturbances while perhaps surprisingly, the duration of hospitalization inversely correlated with symptoms of St Depression anxiety and OCD.

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Toxic Masculinity

Thank God I'm Atheist

05:44 min | 2 months ago

Toxic Masculinity

"Hey every. Tag is well from gorgeous, a little still too hot SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. It's thank God I mean kissed the podcast I'm Frank Feldman and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up. On the show today day on. Trump about trump and we're. GonNa talk about White Evangelical. An article that we both read About, maybe why? Why Evangelical did vote for trump? And it's not for the reasons that liberals like to think so I think it's actually It's an interesting take and one worth talking about if even just if it's. Just sort of as a as a discussion about what America is Nyu. We're that way and. Don't expect it to sound good. Don't don't expect us to come out. Rosie on this one. Oh, Americans America. Yeah America has a concept. People. Artistic. Ship has sailed trae yeah, I think I think we all know Diane got problems. We're not in shining city on the hill or whatever and. smolder smoldering. Shit pile and the devil. We're the tire fire that stinking up the place. Off. Had to be American. Oh, it's fine. It's fine. The other ones who are ruining America right now we're. We're the good ones. It's nice to assure oneself. All right Dan yeah. What are you? Win Covid nineteen I hit. Twelve years ago twelve. Going on thirteen. Did you have any thought about what it might mean for relative Religiosity in America like. Did you think that maybe people might kind of the fence sitters might. Find Faith. Again was thought that that maybe you had I had this thought. I'm just one to two. I know I didn't think that I have given up predicting in the universe because. I'd starting with the with the twenty sixteen elections I have now realised. I have no handle on what human beings do yeah, and it'll just go left every time I think it's GonNa go right well I think a lot of people probably did think like I did where your? Sort of this impulse right that people who who weren't really. They just didn't go to church right, but they still maybe Kinda. SORTA believed in God and so maybe those people would would return right, and we may be an up an uptick. In America in sort of religious observance and whatnot. Well it turns out. that it is the exact opposite. Wrong or at least according? To the state of the Bible survey. That was just released this last week by the American. Bible Society. It was the tenth such survey that they've done. They started in two thousand eleven right. Okay, and they look to see. How many America what percentage of American adults are consider themselves to be? Sort of scripture engaged right? Metric but the they look at how frequently people read. The Bible. And Sort of how? Nobody's ever read the Bible. And what what they consider its impact on their relationships and choices are right sure in the six months span. Between January and the end of June. Yeah. The number of scripturally engaged Americans dropped from twenty eight percent to twenty two point seven percent. Wow, that's thirteen million people who previously. Went to scripture? To seek solace or or a? For better living or whatever. Who stopped doing that just basically were like Oh. This thing doesn't do anything. I mean it's hard to read into exactly what it is i. mean the article kind of speculates Lake. Is this just because they don't have time? Because these are people who got kids at home and a job that? You know telecommuting on. You know like like it. Just people being really busy, or is it potentially? What's? More likely in my mind, which is what you're saying at least to a certain extent, right and no matter what these are people who had a habit. These are thirteen million people who had the habit of going to scripture. Have broken that habit and her going, maybe because they've lived this long, not. You know without the impulse? Maybe

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Airline Layoffs and Furloughs

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:39 min | 2 months ago

Airline Layoffs and Furloughs

"We see in the Motley fool that southwest airlines they say has another ominous warning for airlines. And I. Guess Southwest Airlines has never had an involuntary layoff or a furlough, but Max. That might change this year. It's really quite a record that they have. That's really remarkable I. think what it really is a testimony to the tremendous amount of growth year on year that they've had for so many years in a row that they've been able to do that because that's that's got to be unique in the the industry but it does talk about how they originally had a fairly aggressive plan to get their schedule back to position whereby November December of this year they'd be at the same levels where they were a year ago. Well, that seems like that was probably a little overly mystic, and so they're finally recognizing that and. Notifying employees that you know layoff may be in the cards. Fact I believe. They had said that in order for them to avoid layoffs that traffic volume would have to triple from where it is currently and so the odds of that seems pretty unlikely. If you look at where traffic is I guess in the most recent period. They say that they were at about twenty seven percent of what they were a year ago. Now I. I just saw an article come out a day or so ago, which said that traffic has been steadily increasing since April up until this past week when it was down four percent so I i. think we're probably at best word. A new plateau at worst traffic is probably going back down again now. This article being from the Motley Fool. They have to talk about stocks the very end. They say ten stocks. We like better than South West, airlines. I'm thinking Probably the airlines are. Probably. Not In the top ten in sectors that you WANNA be investing in right now, but maybe I mean. Maybe they're depressed so low that they could bounce back, but I have breaking news. Yes, this is from NBC today this morning actually. Nearly seventeen thousand South West employees sign up for buyouts or voluntary leaves as furlough threat looms. They got more people buying out and retiring than they were expecting, so they're external looking to. Twenty percent of Southwest Airlines, were for signed up for partially paid extended leaves of absence were outright buyouts, according to Gary Kelly nearly four thousand. Put Your hands up for buyouts were close to twelve, thousand, five hundred expect in extended time off so. They're doing better than they were expecting for South West given given this this news coming out today. Yeah, and it's reported that seventeen thousand represents roughly twenty eight percent of the South West workforce. And there was another a bit of news from. Delta today. as we record this on Monday Delta. Says that two, thousand, two, hundred, thirty, five Delta pilots accepted an early departure package of of one sort or another. so. Yeah I. think that you know when when we see. The Airlines talking about possibilities here of of these layoffs they really are encouraging employees to accept the you know the package and there are wide wide variety of packages out there. Early retirement extended leave at reduced rates I mean there's all all manner of flavors of these things.

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Newsom closes some activities

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Newsom closes some activities

"California's governor has extended the closure of bars and indoor dining statewide to help stop the spread of the corona virus governor Gavin Newsom made the announcement at his daily briefing we're moving back into a modification mode of our regional state home order but doing so utilizing what commonly referred to as a dimmer switch not an on and off switch some of those places to be damned different L. restaurants wineries tasting rooms movie theaters family entertainment centers zoos and museums card rooms and the shuttering of all bars hospitalizations in the past two weeks have increased twenty eight percent I surely employer

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51 shooting incidents reported between Monday and Sunday in New York City

Radio Surgery

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

51 shooting incidents reported between Monday and Sunday in New York City

"Gun violence continues to surge this week in New York City with a total of fifty one shooting incidents from Monday through noon today and just between midnight last night and noon today picks eleven news reports a police spokesperson says there were at least eighteen shooting city wide involving twenty four victims according to NYPD data shootings are up twenty four percent compared to last year with the number of shooting victims up twenty eight percent the dramatic increase coincides with the disbanding of the NYPD six hundred member under cover anti crime unit as part of police reform being pushed by mayor de Blasio and governor Cuomo that unit disbanded this past Monday the anti crime unit had been credited with getting many guns off the

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Bankrupt Hertz seeks approval to offer up to $1 billion in shares

Bloomberg Markets

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Bankrupt Hertz seeks approval to offer up to $1 billion in shares

"Hertz global holdings it has the biggest gain in a row so now it's come off its highs of the day still though about twenty eight percent the bankrupt rental car company is asking a judge for permission to sell as much as a billion dollars in stock which as the company expects to tell investors may ultimately be

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Trump's Tulsa Rally Is Just More Racist Trolling

The Young Turks

04:34 min | 3 months ago

Trump's Tulsa Rally Is Just More Racist Trolling

"Donald Trump's rallies unfortunately. Are Coming back in full force. In fact, he has decided that his first rally since the pandemic will take place in Tulsa Oklahoma, where there is just a horrible horrible history of racism and brutal violence against the black community. We'll get to that in just a second, but here's what we know so far about this upcoming rally trump has largely remained silent as we all know on the issue of systemic racism and resistant to some of the changes proposed in the. The wake of the protests now in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, one at Tulsa was the site of a massacre of hundreds of African Americans during racial unrest in the historic section of the city known as Black Wall Street there were more than two hundred black owned businesses that were completely destroyed in the area, and this again on June, first nineteen twenty one and I. Don't think it's any mistake that trump has not only decided on that location. For this rally, but he also decided on June. June eighteenth to be the day that this rally takes place. So June. Teeth is when the slaves were freed in America and so. We're GONNA. Celebrate that here at Ti t as we did last year. We're going. Do another special this year and but Donald. Trump is not going to celebrate June team. He's going to the place where they killed. Hundreds of black folks at and and this is very important in a place that was known as Black Wall Street in other words. You know they say and then back back then to us. Nineteen twenty almost exactly one hundred years ago. They say arly Americanism meritocracy, and if you work hard you know you can get what you want and. If you don't have what? You need that's because you're a bombing. You didn't work. Are Those folks were really hard back then and actually became financially independent, and some even wealthy, so they went and murdered them. So now all those families instead of having that wealth accumulate for the next one hundred years, went back to being destitute, a lot of orphans, and they ripped everything down, and now Donald Trump on a day will resell supposed to be celebrating African American independence is going to in essence. Celebrate the murder of successful black people in this country. It's even for Donald. Trump It's. It's the most outrageously over the top thing I've ever seen. This is not a dog whistle. It's a bullhorn and and so. I think he's also making a mistake so a lot of Republican voters. Are subconsciously racist, so they have a sense of entitlement. This is my stuff, my country I WANNA make America great again. I want I want my country back and we see it over and over again, but they don't believe that they are racist. They think that racism is a bad thing. They're not racist. It's just everything is there is an you should get anything right? When you turn the doors into a bull, bullhorn. It takes away their possible deniability. It makes a conscious racism. And I think that that it makes even people who voted for in twenty, sixteen, uncomfortable supporting him now he's going to over the top and I'm not talking about the twenty eight percent that are sticking with them. No matter what we've talked about that number. Plenty Times before poll shows that even when Donald Trump does the most outrageous things. Matt Imaginable Twenty side of. Of the country will not move. It's not because they don't realize it's outrageous, but for them that will we call? Outrage is not the bug. It's a feature, so that twenty eight percent is immovable, but there's a giant difference being twenty eight percent and some number in the forties that could win you a national election and he's. He's wiggling that number down because. He doesn't get it. He thinks that his voters are as race as overtly racist as he is. Going and doing this on June teeth in in in Tulsa is. It's it's just

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label

Breaking Biotech

03:22 min | 3 months ago

Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label

"This week we're gonNA talk about some updates from Lasko. Twenty twenty and then I'm going to focus on either as well as another company called, carry farm, so we're doing a little bit of a cancer focus on the show with this episode last episode. And yet should be should be a pretty good show, so I hope you're keeping safe and everything's going well for everyone. I know that the US in particular has been dealing with a lot right now. Not GonNa get too much into that, but I'm GONNA touch on it for the sake of the market, but. With Dell, let's get right into it. So the first thing I want to talk about is some news from Moscow. And one company in particular that I hadn't mentioned, but they seem to be. One of the bigger winners is adapt therapeutics ticker symbol ad, and they showed phase one trial data of ADP A to m four where fifty percents of patients with Sino you'll. Sarcoma exhibited partial responses. Now they also showed some data in believe lung, cancer, neck, and head cancer, and then also with melanoma, and a lot of these patients had responses so I think it's not only due to the soil sarcoma data, but for a lot of solid tumors they show that they're molecules able to lead to some kind of response, and the shares traded wildly high on this news up one hundred twenty eight percent, and then they didn't offering and as I brought this kind of stuff up before in the past. Seeing positive solid tumor data is huge because the market is gigantic I'm GonNa talk about this later, but in lung cancer non small cell lung cancer, the patient population is like two hundred and eighty thousand patients per year. So when you're thinking about companies that are likely to see big increases in stock you know. Are they looking at solid tumors? That's a big thing that you can ask yourself and if they're going to see some positive data in that than maybe you should think about how you WanNa. Play it. So good to see that from them might might do deeper dive in the future, but another company touch on is allergy therapeutics, and specifically they are a company that is doing an off the shelf cell therapy. And the data they showed isn't in it off the shelf car. T. Therapy so aloe five zero one and they were looking in relapsed, refractory, non Hodgkin Lymphoma, and the to specific subsets of that was deal. As well, as F. L.. And for all of you who've been watching my show, you'll know that as of last week. You understand clearly that deal is aggressive form of non Hodgkin Lymphoma whereas NFL or Informa- is more of a slow growing. Or an indolent non Hodgkin Lymphoma, so in both of these forms, which is better than just seeing it in say the version they saw an overall response rate of sixty three percent and thirty seven percent were complete responders and I believe this is in line with traditional car. T. Therapy in all explain in a second with off the shelf part means, and just before going to that. They also saw that around thirty two percent of patients saw site time release. Syndrome, which is also I. Think in line with some previous. Cardi therapies so. The benefit here really, and he's been approved for a few years now, and it's seen a lot of success, but those therapies aren't autologous cell therapy, so they need to get the patient. Take the blood from the patient isolate the cells, edit the cells, and then infuse them back into the patient,

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The wealthy at twenty eight percent and there's a little bit of attacks in there for the middle class as well so more of the same from your friends at Democrats who like the tax and spend the traffic and weather of the freeze of the okay with that exactly older or just came out of the jobs report is very good two hundred sixty six thousand just off the trucks they're really going to hate him today yeah they'll probably they'll probably all of the treatment vote later this evening I'm surprised I don't have been changed by now or check what's happened the eight ninety five ninety five situation not good the situations accident some real world work apparently southbound ninety five after three ninety five in the city back UP starts there back to the fort McHenry tunnel and all the way back into the toll plaza so we're not going anywhere there eight ninety five is backed up they're getting away from the delay eight ninety five is slow at Lombard street felt way around to the key bridge you're going to get away from at least half an hour delay right now and both the harbor totals some showing on the beltway but nothing major the end found J. affects is clearing out nicely from northern part way through the ranch downtown hi Jeff would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCVB at W. C. them exclusive weather channel weekend forecast sunny mild fifty four today we're down about thirty two tonight sunny breezy and forty for tomorrow and for Sunday it'll be sunny and the forty eight it's thirty five in the city thirty one in Edgewater annual Simona drive in case you know it in time for Sean Hannity's morning minute as being raunchy by robber always save for retirement solutions your morning express starts right here Sean Hannity morning it's the people the bricklayers it's the contractors it's the house painters it's the plumbers and electricians idea how do we get on in life without those.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"When New Jersey governor Phil Murphy signed off on the political donor disclosure law back in June said the point was to show who's pulling the strings in politics by following the money well the coke brothers think tank they found a call Americans for prosperity went to court to challenge the law because they argue the law was unconstitutional it could ruin organizations holding the strings a federal judge Wednesday granted an injunction to block the political disclosure law from taking effect for now the spokesman for the Attorney General Robert Greenwald in Jersey said the state is reviewing the decision. well the number of people diagnosed with HIV in New York state has dropped to a new low low since the peak of the epidemic is what governor Cuomo said yesterday that new figures are showing he says there were two thousand four hundred and eighty one new cases last year still at twenty eight percent drop from twenty fourteen as well as state started putting twenty million dollars a year into ending the aids epidemic by next year largely by paying for filling prescriptions of pre exposure prophylaxis or prep which is appeal for people who do not have HIV but the high risk category and we keep them from getting it if they take it every day and starting January first New York will require health insurance plans cover those prep prescriptions. on to prison now for it two former Connecticut state police troopers who beat up a man at a party two years ago for touching the **** of the girlfriend of one of the troopers. prosecutors at thirty three year old report layer of Manchester use the baton on the manning kicked him while the other extra per thirty one year old exit of your cruise of Wethersfield looked on and for that both were fired and on Wednesday layered was says state years in prison while crews got two years it's four twenty two time after the EE CBS small business spotlight with Joe Connelly sponsored by B. and B. bank community banking from Montauk to Manhattan those of us who have been on Long Island recently of seeing a vintage baby blue nineteen seventy six Ford pick up quickly becoming a symbol of the hometown flower collective Jacquelyn routinely ano's it's a third generation floors but hers look different from grandparents back in queens yeah this is a florist on wheels they get supplied from local farmers if you ask my my husband over here if I like getting flowers when we were dating I didn't too often I just I didn't feel that I had a connection to flowers I didn't love how they were designed I wanted a little bit more they didn't feel like me so the opportunity that we saw was a connection to wear flowers come from I met a woman named Deborah printing who founded a movement called the slow flowers movement about six or seven years ago and she opened up my eyes to how people should be connected to their local farmers and so on Long Island where there are a ton of different amazing floor as we saw an opportunity to break through to.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Who bite and that is who usual crotch punch. I mean there there are no rules with President Trump. So here's what the poll shows just three in ten voters. Thirty percent said Trump has done more to unite the country compared to fifty six percents who said he's done more to divide it fair enough. But even more voters sixty four percents said the media have done more to divide the country. Only seventeen percent say they have done more to United. So in other words, when President Trump says the media divide the country, and then the media say, how dare he say this. It's so terrible. He's the worst most divisive president ever that guy's Hitler. He's the worst. We should burn them at the stake, people go, okay? From kind of write about you guys. Like, you're kind right about Trump, but he's kind of more right about you. Because here's the thing. People expect something different of the media, then then they expect of their politicians. And this is where Stewart is exactly correct. The media are not supposed to have a personal stake in the outcome of the ball game. The media are supposed to be objectively. See I mean, this is what they pitch to us. Was it not now there are those of us who say we have a personal stake in the outcome of all of these political fights. I'm an opinion journalists that means that I give my opinion, and you know, where I stand all of these issues, but you're Mukasa is not. But can you distinguish Jim Acosta's political activism from mine, except the mind is significantly more intelligent. No, you can't. Okay. Jim Acosta is an activist masquerading as an objective journalist. And that means a lot of voters are saying the media are dividing the country to majorities in both Democrats and independence say President Trump has done more to divide the country. Fifty five percents of Republicans say Trump has done more to unite the country. But nobody think the national news media has done anything to unite the country. Twenty eight percent of Democrats think the media are working to unite the country nine percents of Republicans and fourteen percents of independence think the media have been working to unite the country. You know, why they say that because it's true. The media are not working to unite the country. And that's why when President Trump says this stuff people kind of not one he was President Trump yesterday talking about the media coverage of Pittsburgh. Visit and the media went nuts over this President Trump is correct. And everybody in America knows he's correct. By polling data. After this day of unity, and togetherness. I came home. And sadly turned on the news and watched as the far left media once again us tragedy. And division. No, he's the one sewing anger and division. That's what he does. Because he's the worst because white men are the threats. Here's Don lemon on CNN. Doubling down on his white men are the true threats in the United States routine last night, but he's uniting the country. Remember the media? According to the media are great United's..

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Each year, some nine hundred twenty thousand children around the world die of pneumonia, making it the leading cause of death. Among those under five more serious cases, the use of a ventilator is required a machine that costs on average fifteen thousand dollars, meaning that in poor countries, it's not always an option. However, there is now a simpler solution, the humble shampoo bottle. I'm joined down the line by Suzanne savage who has been reporting on the issue. Hello Susannah. Hi, Ken. So this is how much worse is the problem of pneumonia in poor countries and was actually, for example, the number of five Bangladeshis twenty eight percent is sixteen percent globally, and this is a number of reasons you're more likely to get mine yet in a poor country because of problems of sanitation and lack vaccine, but always say to die from it because of mount nourishment. Another another types of immune problems that children have in poor countries. So how does the shampoo bottle help? Traditionally, if antibiotics don't work, when you have new mania, you need a ventilator to help you breathe. This is because when you have new mania, you'll breathing inhibited. You gotta build up common dockside which means that you don't get enough oxygen going into your lungs and flowing around your body for your blood makes you very, very unwell. So today to takes on the vote of breathing full. You normally it's quite an expensive technical device, and then this is just not possible in low income settings, Bangladesh. So the shampoo bottle helps because it replicates ventilator, but in a very low cost, low tech way. The way that works is you have coming in from an oxygen SOS into the the patient nominate a child, and then another Chubu which connects to a water bottle. And when the act is x. Hoda goes into that bottle. It creates bubbles, which creates pressure. And that is continuous positive airway pressure, which fills the lungs fills, the volume of the lungs, expands them and helps the child to breathe. Okay. So how was this discovery or invention made its doctor? Dr Muhammad Chishti who works for the international center for diarrhea, disease, Bangladesh, but he, he was in a young Doxa, like in Saladdin eastern Bangladesh, and he was horrified. But the number of children dying from new Monja potentially on necessarily just because of the lack of resources, lack of ventilators. And he saw a continuous positive, airway pressure machine, a high tech version of without. She knows bubble CPAP in Australia, being used on premature babies whose lungs aren't fully formed yet. So they're not expanding and contracting properly. And he went back to question, how can I replicate this? And then he saw a shampoo bottle discarded on the floor of the hospital in Dhaka, and it had some. Doubles in it. That's why it sort of came from. He then experimented on human to together this device. And the trial started in two thousand eleven, and it just reproved remarkably successful. So do think it's going to stay in Bangladesh would go elsewhere. Will this be a useful mechanism in other countries? Yes, definitely say they found reduce mortality among under five by seventy five percent in Bangladesh. Now, just starting to try to in Ethiopia, working with the government so that I think that hoping to scale this up and make it something that can be used across the global south in countries with similar issues to Bangladesh things. Emma, thank you very much. Thank he. And that's all for this addition of baggage, don't forget to pick up the latest

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

The Economist: Babbage

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

"Each year, some nine hundred twenty thousand children around the world die of pneumonia, making it the leading cause of death. Among those under five more serious cases, the use of a ventilator is required a machine that costs on average fifteen thousand dollars, meaning that in poor countries, it's not always an option. However, there is now a simpler solution, the humble shampoo bottle. I'm joined down the line by Suzanne savage who has been reporting on the issue. Hello Susannah. Hi, Ken. So this is how much worse is the problem of pneumonia in poor countries and was actually, for example, the number of five Bangladeshis twenty eight percent is sixteen percent globally, and this is a number of reasons you're more likely to get mine yet in a poor country because of problems of sanitation and lack vaccine, but always say to die from it because of mount nourishment. Another another types of immune problems that children have in poor countries. So how does the shampoo bottle help? Traditionally, if antibiotics don't work, when you have new mania, you need a ventilator to help you breathe. This is because when you have new mania, you'll breathing inhibited. You gotta build up common dockside which means that you don't get enough oxygen going into your lungs and flowing around your body for your blood makes you very, very unwell. So today to takes on the vote of breathing full. You normally it's quite an expensive technical device, and then this is just not possible in low income settings, Bangladesh. So the shampoo bottle helps because it replicates ventilator, but in a very low cost, low tech way. The way that works is you have coming in from an oxygen SOS into the the patient nominate a child, and then another Chubu which connects to a water bottle. And when the act is x. Hoda goes into that bottle. It creates bubbles, which creates pressure. And that is continuous positive airway pressure, which fills the lungs fills, the volume of the lungs, expands them and helps the child to breathe. Okay. So how was this discovery or invention made its doctor? Dr Muhammad Chishti who works for the international center for diarrhea, disease, Bangladesh, but he, he was in a young Doxa, like in Saladdin eastern Bangladesh, and he was horrified. But the number of children dying from new Monja potentially on necessarily just because of the lack of resources, lack of ventilators. And he saw a continuous positive, airway pressure machine, a high tech version of without. She knows bubble CPAP in Australia, being used on premature babies whose lungs aren't fully formed yet. So they're not expanding and contracting properly. And he went back to question, how can I replicate this? And then he saw a shampoo bottle discarded on the floor of the hospital in Dhaka, and it had some. Doubles in it. That's why it sort of came from. He then experimented on human to together this device. And the trial started in two thousand eleven, and it just reproved remarkably successful. So do think it's going to stay in Bangladesh would go elsewhere. Will this be a useful mechanism in other countries? Yes, definitely say they found reduce mortality among under five by seventy five percent in Bangladesh. Now, just starting to try to in Ethiopia, working with the government so that I think that hoping to scale this up and make it something that can be used across the global south in countries with similar issues to Bangladesh things. Emma, thank you very much. Thank he. And that's all for this addition of baggage, don't forget to pick up the latest

Bangladesh pneumonia Dr Muhammad Chishti Suzanne savage Ethiopia Dhaka Ken Emma Hoda diarrhea Australia Saladdin fifteen thousand dollars seventy five percent twenty eight percent sixteen percent
"twenty eight percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The brain this is absolutely exciting i gotta tell you though during the last krill show that we did together you totally shocked me doc i remember specifically you said what did i say you said and i remember that the studies show that krill oil improves joint comfort in just seven days now if the benefits of the brain heart didn't perk my ears up that certainly would if you would touch on this study and tell us how this works twenty eight percent more comfortable george robber when i read that immediately went out and bought my first bottle of krill oil but after thirty days they went thirty eight percent more comfortable the researchers didn't stop there they looked at flexibility of the joints they looked at function of the joints all improvement a call this the krill oil advantage so if you're out there and you're taking fish oil fish oil is great i mean fish oil is in here it's so important but you're not gonna get the same joint it vantage is just on krill you're not going to experience this joint comfort benefits that we get specifically from the krill and remember krill omega fifty plus we've jacked up the levels of the krill sixty seven percent more so in terms of dosage.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whatever you leave behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms in value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or for section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and as he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth the government take it away he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states forty one out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average it was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the nineties and of course clinton came in and he wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the nineteen eighty six tax reform act but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six from that point forward until today what we teach in our educational events there's only three types of income americans pay income tax.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight hundred eighty eight he's very well known for several tax citations but the nineteen eighty six tax reform act is where he lowered taxes and he took about six different tax thresholds down to a fifteen percent and a twenty eight percent because he didn't think any americans should pay more than twenty eight percent of their income to the federal government and because forty one out of fifty states has a state income tax on top of that he's studied history and if you have more than one third of your income that goes out in taxes people start to lose their incentives they get discouraged they don't expand they don't hire they don't they just sit back and go why should i try to be more productive i'm fine why should i expand my business because every time i do i get penalized and so he lowered taxes now from nineteen eighty eight until nineteen ninety eight what we had is a period where they had gotten rid of some of the deductions in nineteen eightysix but from eighty six until ninety eight what happened is we ended up at the end of one thousand nine hundred eight with against six thresholds again and the top bracket was i think at that time thirty nine point six percent and this is where the democrats want to go back up to that because trump lowered that by about three percentage points here and they want to go back up to that but the the thing that people forget is that's nearly forty percent but thirty nine point six percent is like the old seventy percent because they got rid of a lot of the deductions and so what happens is when you think well we need to have more and bigger government and let's have a lot of big programs and do this for the public and that and and people who say oh that'd be great and this is what happened when president obama got elected and they interviewed people on the street in chicago and new york and all over the country and so many bills we can he's he promised we we're not gonna have to pay for our college education and for our kids college education and he's gonna take care of our mortgages and and they jumped to these conclusions that somehow president obama was going to somehow magically take from the rich and give them their education.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Leave behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms and value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or four section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and and he he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth and the government take it away he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states forty one out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the ninety s and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the nine hundred eighty six tax reform act but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six six from that point forward until today what.

reagan business owner clinton president twenty eight percent fifteen percent seventy percent seven percent 401k
"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms and value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and he he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth and the government take it away he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states fortyone out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the nineties and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the.

reagan business owner clinton president twenty eight percent fifteen percent seventy percent seven percent 401k
"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms and value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or four section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and he he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth and the government take it the way he did great of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states forty one out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the nineties and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the nineteen eighty six tax reform act but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six from that point forward until today what.

reagan business owner clinton president twenty eight percent fifteen percent seventy percent seven percent 401k
"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whatever you leave behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms in value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and as he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth and the government take it away he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states forty one out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average it was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the nineties and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the hundred eighty six tax reform act but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six from that point forward until today what.

reagan business owner clinton president twenty eight percent fifteen percent seventy percent seven percent 401k
"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Whatever you leave behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms in value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or four section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and and see he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government give the government take it the way he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states forty one out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average it was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the nineties and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the nineteen eighty six.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms and value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or four section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in nineteen eightysix is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and and see he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth the government take it away he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states fortyone out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top at twenty eight and the average was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in says and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the nineties and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the nineteen eighty six tax reform act but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six from that point forward until today what.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Whatever you leave behind to your spouse your children your grandchildren charities blossoms in value and transfers income tax free under three sections of the internal revenue code that have been sacred cows they've been grandfathered for years decades before section 401k or four section four zero three b or or four fifty seven but what happened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six is president reagan realized that in history if government between federal and state government if the government took more than about one third of a person's income in taxes it started to work against the government they were shooting themselves in the foot and people gave up and said why should i go out and earn more money if i'm a business owner why should i expand my plant why should i hire people because every time i do they keep raising taxes and and then i have to lay off the people and he was trying to create jobs he was trying to grow the economy and when that finally happened it doesn't happen overnight but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six president reagan took what was the highest tax bracket a seventy percent tax bracket and he lowered it down to twenty eight percent now the government giveth and the government take it the way he did get rid of some of the tax deductions but he went down to a simplified to tax rates a fifteen percent federal and a twenty eight percent and he didn't think anybody should pay more than twenty eight percent of their gross income in taxes because most states fortyone out of fifty states have state income tax and that's added on top of twenty eight and the average was around seven percent of the time and so he didn't want anybody paying more than a third of their income to the government between federal and state in taxes and that's what set up the most prosperous decade we've ever seen in this country the decade of the ninety s and of course clinton came in and he sort of wanted to take credit for that but it was all set up by the nineteen eighty six tax reform act but in one thousand nine hundred eighty six from that point forward until today what.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Miami office i'd fly to fort lauderdale and i'd have to fly often so what i would do is i would book two trips because there was this whole thing about a saturday stay if you had the saturday stay you got a huge discount if you stayed over saturday night so i would book my first trip would be like the the monday i was flying out and then i would return the return flight would be the second trips return flight and then the second ticket that i would book would be the friday and then back the following monday so that way i would get to saturday stays the airlines did away with that because they found out a little life hack people were finding the way around it and that's how i used to book airline tickets and you'd save significant money and you'd be it well then they outlawed that they didn't let you do that anymore the nba people have found that out look at all the teams tanking look at all the teams in the nba right now that are tanking and we're talking about almost well greater the twenty five percent twenty eight percent of the nba the knicks the bowls the kings the nets the mavericks the magic the hawks the grizzlies in the sons you're talking about the final nine teams in the nba are separated by seven games tag tak and you know what that's awesome you found a way to work the system john fass this tanking bother you at all i've accepted it so you've accepted the theory it does but that's just part of sports and it's been a part of the nba for a long time they're changing in next year where the bottom three teams they thought that they fixed it saying well the bottom three teams can get the number one pick well guess what there are seven teams tanking the nineteenth tax increases yes yeah yeah yeah john fast is the best he's going to give you all you need to know the world of sports hell update ncwa tournament more but when we return member when there are no good young quarterbacks in the nfl i do what's changed jonky caja cbs sports radio.

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"twenty eight percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"2017 the nasdaq twenty eight percent and on this last trading day of the year we took a look back with dave grew so managing director of coastal capital and david what will your memories of 2017 be great lead the way to look at it here there are a lot of these at the place and and certainly one of was tremendous returns i was a good against that back in november of two thousand sixteen with a a trump administration like no other we've had we've had geopolitical tussles which i had low volatility which is actually good we've had solid worldwide growth and double digit earnings here in the us also a lot of help from the fed they started moving interest rates up a little bit so they said hey we could start growing again and we've been used to one percent growth over the last five years now we're up to three percent grocer that's really helping in the in this process and if you look at stocks the numbers are just amazing in two thousand seven in teen were records i think there was 72 record eyes as you look at some of the major averages and about the stocks themselves the ones that guarded the most attention in the outgoing year if you don't know what fang is you gotta learn it and fang is the acronym for the technology stocks that did great and their facebook apple and alphabet net flicks and google does little ones that are leading the parade and the other thing there are a lot of deals done and that's always good for wall street we saw cvs and aetna get together along with a lot of care companies multiple chipmakers getting together old one companies like down dupont united technology and rockwellcollins they got together and probably one of the most interesting ones recently as disney and 21st century fox trying to put things together not to mention microsoft and linked in an we don't know what's going to happen with at t and time warner but it does capture attention and probably my favorite one was amazon and whole foods is they're all trying to figure out what the giant is doing with amazon operates david thanks you very much and have a happy and prosperous 2018 same to you linnea coming in wants today.

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