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Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch
"President joe biden will be in california today to support democratic governor gavin newsom. A day before his recall election recall efforts came after the governor faced stiff criticism over the past year for his handling of the corona virus pandemic and other issues. it's been well funded and supported by big name. Republicans like mike huckabee and newt gingrich but polling earlier. This month showed new. Some would likely remain in office. Numbers from the public policy institute of california found that thirty nine percent of likely voters in the recall would vote to remove some but fifty eight percent would not not surprisingly those opinions varied by party with eighty two percent of republicans in favor of ousting newsom compared to just seven percent of democrats that polling data mart day major change from earlier this summer a uc berkeley pool. As recently as late july found that fifty percent of likely voters wanted to keep new some compared with forty seven percent who supported the recall. This month's polling found that larry elder still lead the pack of potential replacements for newsome. The right wing talk show. Host led the field at twenty six percent this month. Primary remind people why they were angry enough. For one point. Seven million people signed the petition in the first place. A quarter of them were independence. Democrats voted for him. Two years earlier. Majority of hispanics. Now want him out. I think the majority of people are going to vote to recall gavin newsom. And i think the majority and i think i'll get the greatest number of votes to replace it. The next closest candidate was former san. Diego mayor kevin falkiner with just five percent of respondents. Planning to vote for him. The only one in this race the experience who led our state's second largest city who brought republicans and democrats together to solve problems That's who i am known as a very pragmatic leader who gets results but newsome himself was still confident this
American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok
"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.
Catherine Bondonno of Edith Cowan University on Leafy Greens and Heart Disease
"Imagine if you could add years to your life and improve your chances of not dying from heart disease imagine if it only took one small change but first why is heart. Disease important is the cause of nearly eighteen million lives lost each year. The sad fact is that a large number of these deaths are preventable. Why because the development of the majority of risk factors for heart disease can be avoided. The good news is that we can reduce risk for heart disease through our diet. We have found that eating one cup per day or vegetables like lettuce. Beetroot and spinach can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease. We analyze data from over fifty. Three thousand participants of the danish died cancer and health. Study over a twenty three year period. We evaluated the died followed by participants focusing on vegetable nitrate intake against health outcomes related to the hot. We found that participants who followed a nitrate rich vegetable diet. Had about a two and a half millimeter. Mercury lower systolic blood pressure and a twelve to twenty six percent lower risk of heart disease compared to participants consuming less nitrate rich vegetables and other key finding was at one cup of leafy green vegetables was enough to reach the optimal levels of nitrate calculated at fifty nine milligrams per day. We did not see for the benefits in people who ate higher levels of nitrate rich vegetables. So eating just one cup of knighthood rich vegetables can therefore have a valuable impact on the health of your heart
Why Investing Isn't Quick, Easy Money With Financial Advisor Ramit Sethi
"Let me start off with what happened with my first investments. So here it is. It's around nine hundred ninety nine two thousand. Everybody thinks they're tech genius. You put money in any stock. It goes up twenty six percent the next day. So what do i do. I take my college scholarship money. And i put some of it in the stock market thinking. This is twenty percents guarantee and every day. It's going up and down but mostly was there massive euphoria. I wasn't focused. Yes yes everybody was. Everybody believed there are genius so in a bull market. Everybody believes their genius. And they all say the same phrase. This time it's different. It's such a funny phrase that in the investment world people make fun of it. It's a there mocked because it's never different it's actually the same thing bubbles expand But over time they mathematically cannot continue so here we have people making millions of dollars who would otherwise be working in a parking garage and they are giving stock tips out and telling everybody you gotta get into this j. d. s. You this you know all kinds of stuff. So i take my college scholarship money. Put it in the market. And i very quickly lose half the money because of the crash. Yeah or because of the crash and so what happens is i realized. Oh my god. I'm not as smart as i thought. It's not easy to become a millionaire through investing in two weeks and so here is where there was a pivotal moment one. I could have doubled down. And said i just picked the wrong stock. Let me pick another stock. This is very similar to what you here. with people. In the crypto world well my investment quote investment dropped fifty percent. But you know. I gotta do this coin or coins etc. What i chose to do is go different. Say you know what. I don't think i'm that smart about investing and i actually wanna learn how fundamental basic investing works so things like law low-cost long-term things like reading about john vogels philosophy etc. And i started to learn about it. And i realized you can spend your entire life trying to trade but traders hardly ever make money over the long term if we were gonna define trade timing the mark. Yeah it's like. I understand this stock it's undervalued. Yeah i'm gonna bikes. I know it's going. And i'm gonna do it short-term right so i'm going to create this narrative that ooh this stock look at the trading. Look at the chart and i'm going to try to make quick money in in four weeks. Everybody now know somebody who trades those people almost all lose
US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years
"Home prices in the U. S. post their biggest increase in seventeen years a surging demand for housing push home prices in may up seventeen percent from a year earlier the biggest increase since August two thousand four that follows a fifteen percent increase in April the supply of homes has been limited with many Americans reluctant to put their properties on the market the hottest markets in may were Phoenix where prices surged nearly twenty six percent from twelve months earlier San Diego up almost twenty five percent in Seattle up twenty three percent from last year my camp in Washington
Reaction to Tesla's Q2 Earnings Report & Earnings Call
"We're here we just got tesla's cute cute. Twenty-one earnings report and shareholder letter and wow the results are phenomenal. I'm extremely impressed with what has been able to accomplish in the second quarter. Uh going to quickly go through. The financial results will look at a couple of takeaways from the shareholder letter as well and then we are going to segue into the earnings call. Afterwards of there'll be a different link for that down in the show notes but we'll get this out before then so right off the bat. Let's just look at some of the numbers here. Shift over to excel and we can see how tesla's actual compared to the analyst consensus as well as the numbers that was forecasting so deliveries. No surprise there came in right as we expected them to as they usually do automotive sales. tesla significant beat here versus what i was expecting in versus what analysts were expecting a three percent above my levels two percent above the analysts consensus that was driven by Better actual average selling prices because as you can see here regulatory credits which we talked about. In the preview i've consistently been forecasting those two high this time forecast them to her forecast tula previously. This time forecast them. too high. as at five hundred million deaths reported three hundred fifty four million meaning non automotive sales excluding regulatory credits was way way higher than what i had expected meaning average selling prices. Were much better than what. I had predicted Same thing here. With energy tussle beating my expectations by twenty six percent. Animals consensus by thirty nine percents Driven by just greater They say greater recognition of mega pack sales as quarter. Scroll down here. We can see that. A tesla over about one point three gigawatt hours of energy storage. A second highest ever. I and significantly up quarter over quarter about three times. What tesla did in key one. I'm quite a bit higher than my expectation as well as analyst consensus so that drove a beat on the energy line and then the service and other line that also came in ahead of analysts expectations. About right where i was. Forecasting it at So tesla delivering a pretty big beat about a four percent beat on the top line number there with about twelve billion dollars in revenue up ninety eight percent year over year
Are We Seeing Crypto's Green Shoots?
"If Everybody welcome to the try to come. Crypto podcast and Yeah another diet don. Yesterday we were down. So let's talk about top ten and just what's going on because it seems to be beat up and down and up and then a couple of games today through the market and what i can tell you. I've noticed that there are. There are a couple of days out there that have pushed on quite nicely. Now it's not your mind one i. It's not the real talk. Ten taught targets gallon on the. It's it's more the well. There's a bit of a help a bit of a mixed bag really. We've had a few nice a few noise. Smooths alpha to die up twenty five percent yesterday also fourteen percent the die before fifteen percent. We've got ivax for example that today's up the chain percent i x s is up twenty six percent. We've had some fairly good mood. You know we've got. We've got some good momentum out there on a number of pez leaner up twelve. I'm just giving three now to say what we've got ruined up. Sixteen sand fourteen rook up eleven. Synthetic stuff eleven. We've got some very good moves. Unique pep also eleven so the market seems to have had a good pop to die and over the last few days. We have seen some movement now bitcoin. Yes it's up-to-date of three percent. But you have to keep the perspectives down. Four point five percent yesterday. it's pretty pretty messy looking job or any timeframe that you kind of look at the daily realistically gotta really get about thirty. Six thousand. six hundred is the as what it was yesterday. We were still gonna clear that level. We've got the high allowing their. Hopefully we can push on throw. I'd like to see some statement moves you know so strong continuation in some of these moves. It's been rather slow and sort of it stops and starts chips and chops and we want to say that change currently thirty four thousand seven hundred and forty four for one. Bitcoin is up three percent.
The Exponential Rise of Ransomware
"Just how defenseless our food and fuel supplies can be to hackers this month. The largest meat producer in america was forced to close for several days and that was only three weeks after. Hackers shut down the main source of gasoline for the east coast. Both were ransomware attacks by hackers who break into a computer network and lock it until ransoms paid colonial pipeline paid more than four million dollars in may to get fuel flowing in the east again as we first told you in two thousand nineteen critical public service. Networks are also targets twenty six percent of cities and counties for example report that they fend off work attacks every hour perhaps even worse. Dozens of hospitals had been held hostage all across the country in january twenty eighteen. the night shift at hancock. Regional hospital watched its computers crash with deepest apologies. The one hundred bed facility in the suburbs of indianapolis got it. Ceo steve long out of bed. We had never been through this before. And it's something that i read in the journals. And i say oh those poor folks. I'm glad that's never gonna happen to us. But when you come in and you see that the files on your computer have been. Renamed in all of the files were renamed. Either we apologize for files or were sorry and there was a moment when i thought well. Maybe they're not so bad. They said they were sorry. But in fact they had encrypted every file that we had on our computers and on the network have said still had a told. Nine one one to divert emergency patients to a hospital twenty miles away. His staff turned to pen and paper. Nothing electronic could be trusted. This is a ransomware so this is a virus that has gotten into the computer system. Would it have the ability to jump to a piece of clinical equipment could have jumped to an iv. Pump could have jumped to a ventilator. We needed a little time just to make sure about that.
Japan Raises Emissions Cut Target to 46% by 2030
"Japan says it will raise its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target to forty six percent one twenty thirteen levels that's from the current twenty six percent according to Japan's NHK television prime minister your holiday suka who set a goal to achieve carbon neutrality by twenty fifty also known as the more ambitious target the forty six percent emission cuts by twenty thirty the decision comes as a virtual climate summit hosted by president Joe Biden gets on the way Japan has been under pressure from European countries to do more than its earlier talking to twenty six percent thank god during his visit to Washington last week agreed to cooperate in leading global efforts to decarbonise by promoting clean energy technologies and implementing the twenty fifteen power cycled I'm Charles but that's not
More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts
"More black Americans are saying they're open to taking the coronavirus vaccine the head of the American public health association says attitudes among black Americans toward the vaccines have made an almost one hundred and eighty degree turn the latest Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll shows the number of black Americans leaning against getting vaccinated has dropped to about twenty four percent that's down from forty one percent in January in comparison about twenty six percent of white Americans said they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated what twenty two percent of Hispanic Americans expressed doubts outreach campaigns have sought to combat misinformation and reassure people that the covert nineteen vaccines available are safe and effective on Ben Thomas
How Is the First Quarter Looking for Investors?
"What else in. The first quarter just ended guests. We're already twenty five percent. Third twenty twenty one and i thought we take a look and see how this year is shaping up for investors and so far. It's a pretty good one well depending on what you're investing so the quarter ended on march thirty first as it always does for the first quarter so all the numbers. I'm going to provide our as of that date things along. Donald look a little different by the time he listen to this but i think the general themes will likely remain more of those teams. Is that all of the major indexes are near at all time highs just awfully nice but still some types of stocks are doing better than others so the s p five hundred is up six point five percent for the year and considering that it's historical average is about ten percent over the course of a whole year turning almost seven percent for the first three months is pretty darn good now. The nasdaq which has outperformed the s. and p. five hundred every calendar year since two thousand and sixteen is not doing quite as well in fact. The nasdaq was actually up. Just one point three percent for the year. As of march thirtieth but then surged on the last day of march one and a half percent bringing its first quarter performance to almost three percent or so As we know as very tech heavy and the technology sector was the second worst performing sector in the first quarter returning two point four percent edging out the one point eight percent from consumer staples the winners so far in twenty twenty one have been industrials. Half percent financials up sixty percent and the biggest energy up almost thirty one percent this year so many of these stocks in these sectors. That are doing well so far. In the year where beaten down in our rebounding which of course is classic value investing and indeed value stocks are up more than eleven percent so far this year but the biggest winners are the smallest stocks. The snp six hundred small cap index is up eighteen point. Four percent and the russell micro cap index is up twenty six percent so far this year international stocks have lagged the s&p five hundred so far in two thousand twenty one returning around four and a half percent but they closed out two thousand twenty pretty strong so when you look back at the last trailing twelve months or so. Us stocks and international stocks are about neck and neck which is looking better for international stocks. Because they've been lagging stocks for a long time. I'm kind of reluctant to mention this. But i i suppose i have to in that as bitcoin is up one hundred percent so far this year. I don't expect to give any updates on bitcoin too much in the future but who knows. I mean you can't really not bring it up if you're going to talk about twenty twenty one
Rise in global COVID19 infections for fourth week in a row
"Kevin nineteen confirmed cases. Continue to rise around the world for a fourth consecutive week with around three point. Three million new cases reported in the past seven day period the u. n. health agency said on wednesday. The number of new deaths reported leveled off after a six-week decrease with just over sixty thousand new deaths reported the european region and the americas continue to account for nearly eight in ten of all cases and deaths the only region to report a decline in new deaths was the western pacific. Deaths fell by nearly a third compared to the previous week. There was also a notable increase in the number of new infections in southeast asia the western pacific europe and the eastern mediterranean according to the world health organization's weekly epidemiological update brazil. So a three percent rise in infections with five hundred eight thousand new cases france sought two hundred and four thousand eight hundred forty new infections. A twenty six percent rise and india recorded two hundred and forty thousand new cases a sixty two percent spike. Glibly there have been more than one hundred and twenty three point. Four million confirmed cases of covid nineteen including two point. Seven million deaths. Four hundred and three million vaccine. Doses have been administered.
Goldman Sachs way off in PC expectations, consumer and commercial sales up
"There's misreading the numbers then. There's yesterday's note from goldman sachs analyst rod hall. He and his missed expectations in the december quarter by a lot missing march. Twenty twenty four missing in june. Okay missing in september fine but the amount he missed nine months into the pandemic look. I'm not saying i could do it. But i'm also not getting paid. Who knows how many tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars to do it. Apple's read auto in part of a note whole wrote according to his firm's data. Pc shipments for the december quarter hit eighty nine point seven million units up twenty six percent year on year beating the bank's expectation by twenty one percent consumer side sales. Were up twenty. Seven percent beating their expectation by eighteen commercial. Sales were up. Twenty five percent beating their expectation by twenty four percent while he's apparently good at being wrong about computers. in general. We've come to know hall over the past couple of years for being wrong about apple in particular. Didn't used to be that way. Not sure what changed whatever it was. He doesn't appear to be changing back quoting his note. Apple rose thirty five percent year on year. End up with the sheriff fifteen percent up. One percentage point year-on-year that we note that. I'm wanting max where likely in short supply in the corridor. Quoting another part of his note. Hp lost share due to supply constraints while apple grew slightly faster than the market driven. In part by. Its new am one. Max looking ahead. We expect this general p strength to persist in the first half but we can in the second half driven by reopening as well as tougher compares to be fair hall said basically the same thing in a note back in december still do atypically typically apple three dot did not list halls rating and price target on apple shares. The last mentioned the boat was in the wake of apple's last call when hall stuck to his cell rating on apple shares. He did up as priced at that time. Though from eighty dollars to eighty three dollars since then shares have gotten as high as one hundred thirty seven dollars though. They've spent most of their time in the one hundred. Twenty something dollar range.
February retail sales fall 3% after soaring the month before
"February wasn't icy month for retail sales Americans spent less money last month the U. S. commerce department reported that retail sales fell a seasonally adjusted three percent in February that's after soaring to seven point six percent in January as people spent the six hundred dollar stimulus checks that were sent at the end of last year analysts said the decline was due in part to bad weather kept shoppers home and even knocked out power in parts of the country the biggest drop in spending were department and sporting good stores but even online sales which soared twenty six percent last year fell more than five percent last month economists at Oxford economics expect healthier spending in March with wider distribution of vaccines warming days and generous stimulus checks as part of the code nineteen relief package another encouraging sign is a sharp increase of hiring at restaurants and bars Jennifer king Washington
iPhone 12 sales for exceed demand expectations
"Checks in the supply chain show continuing strength for the iphone twelve line. Apple insider has had a peak at an investor note from cowan company after discounting claims of near-term trimming in builds. The peace says cowen has revised its iphone build estimate for the march twenty twenty one quarter upward for the fourth month in a row while commons estimate was fifty five million january that has risen by two million to fifty seven million units in the quarter. That represents a fifty four percent rise versus the same quarter a year ago. Then again we might want to take the year ago. Quarter and chuck it. Because that's when the planet started doing the covert way if you're wondering where the strength is it is straight down. The middle in cowan's estimation the firm says apple's added a million each to orders for iphone twelve and iphone twelve pro while things are expected to slow in the june quarter versus the current quarter. They'll still be last year. Count initial forecast of forty four million units in the quarter is up twenty six percent year on year. According to the peace counting company as a buy rating on apple shares the firm's price target on the shares is one hundred fifty three dollars
The iPhone sales trend is up
"In the supply chain show continuing strength for the iphone twelve line. Apple insider has had a peak at an investor note from cowan company after discounting claims of near-term trimming in builds. The peace says cowen has revised its iphone build estimate for the march twenty twenty one quarter upward for the fourth month in a row while commons estimate was fifty five million january that has risen by two million to fifty seven million units in the quarter. That represents a fifty four percent rise versus the same quarter a year ago. Then again we might want to take the year ago. Quarter and chuck it. Because that's when the planet started doing the covert way if you're wondering where the strength is it is straight down. The middle in cowan's estimation the firm says apple's added a million each to orders for iphone twelve and iphone twelve pro while things are expected to slow in the june quarter versus the current quarter. They'll still be last year. Count initial forecast of forty four million units in the quarter is up twenty six percent year on year. According to the peace counting company as a buy rating on apple shares the firm's price target on the shares is one hundred fifty three dollars
Zoom rides pandemic to another quarter of explosive growth
"We're going to begin with. I'll call this. I'll call the stock. The star of two thousand twenty zoomed video fourth quarter revenue was three hundred seventy percent higher than a year ago. And i suppose that next quarter is when the tough comps for zoom video will really start to kick in. But you know jim you look at the gross margins. I m video. They're going in the right directions and The stock was up ten eleven percent. Pre-market it's settled down from that but This is a great quarter. It's a great quarter in my notes. Here chris i not to be uncouth about it but i did say you know wrote basically down is there a bigger pandemic success story than zoom video in terms of markets. You know just taking taking an opportunity. And running with it i also love this little minor little factoid. But i love immensely on the conference call. Ceo eric one lead off the conference call by saying i am not a cat here. And that's a reference to the the lawyer with the unfortunate catch filter on him. So i thought that was pretty great. Yeah the quarter. What can you say q four revenues up like you said about three hundred. Seventy percent full year was up about three hundred. Twenty six percent to two point six five billion. They beat whatever expectations you want to assume the street which whatever they they are making a lot of cash they made a boat three hundred and seventy eight million of free cash flow cash. after all. You pay all your bills and all your cap backs the full year they were about one point. Four billion that's only twelvefold from the year before There's about four point two five four point. Three billion of cash on the balance sheet debt. Free balance sheet now. Two billion about is from capital raising in the quarter. The number of customers they added with more than ten employees was up. I think about four hundred and sixty five thousand four hundred fifty seven thousand for the quarter. That's nearly fivefold. There's more than sixteen hundred and forty customers contributing over one hundred thousand dollars per year in annual revenue. That's up about one hundred fifty percent the the dollar expansion rate for customers with more than ten employees. That's kind of the sweet spot. They're not interested in me individually talking to family over zoom but they're interested in institutions with more than ten employees. That's up more than one hundred thirty percent for the eleventh straight quarter so people who come onto zooms offerings come to zooms offerings. Stay and buy more. That's tremendously positive. All of this looks
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Has twenty six percent of their tests are positive Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Ellen noise so that should tell you where the next hot spots are coming are at fifteen percent test positive and then Colorado DC Rhode Island and Massachusetts are at thirteen percent there's a significant number of states still under ten percent everyone that I didn't discuss California and Washington remains steady at an eight percent rate so what we're seeing finally is testing improving more testing being done still a high level of negatives in states without hot spots allowing them to do more of this surveillance and containment and then prioritizing this new rapid test kit to those areas that may not have the same amount of access to the Indian health services and to the public health institutions and the public house in state labs so that they can use that and start forward leaning into surveillance now we know that our people waiting for test and they're waiting for task because when these areas became very when they got into the logarithmic curve we prioritize people who's this decisions where the test decision would make it critical for their care and so we put prioritized hospitals and we prioritized nurses and doctors and frontline workers so that means if you went through the drive through are you went to your doctor you could have that a lot that delay now Washington governor Jay Inslee meanwhile Thursday extending orders to keep nonessential businesses closed in most of the states more than seven million at home through may fourth saying social distancing must remain in place an additional month in order to minimize the spread it comes as slight progress is reported on a flattening that curve the rear admiral in charge of the military's distribution of medical supplies has six cargo planes carrying badly needed medical supplies from overseas it landed so far in the U. S. in twenty eight more are planned in the coming weeks but in delivering his remarks were admiral John Paula weeks said that the government is delivering those products to medical supply companies rather than directly to the facilities in need of the rear admiral says that is how the supply chain works the president asked me to get more healthcare workers for health care workers going to hand over a list of our two hundred thousand is going out as as we are specific about.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A revolution in how America operates even Democrats were not ready for that perhaps it was about stopping the trump revolution as CNN poll shows that sixty six percent of democratic voters thought Biden could best oppose trump twenty six percent for Sanders or maybe concerned over the corona virus revolution change things the same poll showed Biden could best handle a major crisis sixty five percent over Sanders at twenty three percent it turns out twenty twenty is not the year for a revolution I'm David Davenport the pepper dying graduate school of public policy preparing leaders in politics and policy learn more at public policy dot dot EDU the A. M. C. answer so what's your office understand what you'll hear from the president later on today just a few hours will be a declaration of a national emergency that should not make you panic anymore this is in fact the step you take so that your state has more resources available to and thing and that's the real point of this is is unleashing the full power of the federal government to help the states payer and deal with Kobe ninety this is not like because of it there are actually can be taken into this trap more travel restrictions and things like that so far the reporting about what the present one else has mostly been focused on the economic side of this yeah and I think the biggest thing that it does Jordan is it speeds up the delivery of the funding that is coming now some of the funding has already been appropriated the administration already has it more of it's coming through this bill that's gonna region in the house later today but by making this declaration Jordan what it does is it eliminates some of the bureaucratic hurdles that that funding has to go through so when you talk about sending testing to states you've you've got to have the funding to get the transportation there to to actually administered the testing this will speed up that process but I would just say this store and I I really do think it's important to mention this there needs to be pressure on Washington DC right now to stand together on this because look there was every bit as much justification for the national emergency declaration the president you are down at the southern border not that long ago that was viscerally opposed by large factions here in Washington DC Jordan that can't happen in this instance there can't be a delay and they they are they need to come together here in Washington DC and make this about combating the virus and not about playing politics we've already seen games Jordan those games need to end here yes I mean the fact that we're talking about abortion funding in the covert nineteen relief bill by the house of representatives just tells you the priorities of the Democrats let me just be clear Democrats blame them why Nancy Pelosi right now and remember that when you vote in November third member that when Joe Biden tries to cover for he's a guy who switched on the Hyde amendment but we don't need to be talking about the high limit right now we're talking the cove in nineteen yes it has nothing to do with the response to cove in nineteen and yet it's a close you want to make sure that there would be a billion dollars they could reimburse of these abortion providers in the labs where the clinics they pay for abortions I understand that so if you're looking for someone to blame about why there's been some delays by the the Congress Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats who worship at the altar of abortion they couldn't let a good disaster go to waste they had to try because they again abortion is their number one issue it is there it is a religion of the Democrat party as many of the candidates when they were asked is there room for them pro life Democrats the party most said no the one who said yes said sure I'll take their vote but I'm not gonna do anything about being you know pro life so I understand folks that they were willing to hold up the funding it's not just something clean through on what to do in response to cover nineteen because of abortion no they got caught by the administration they say they're going to take this out of the legislation but we haven't seen that draft yet and if it's come from Nancy Pelosi which will be the Democrats it'll have to be read that much more closely because she's tried to pull this now the house of delaying it yet again yeah you're gonna have to take the time to read it and that's why Frank Franklin Jordan even though I I'm I'm glad that the administration caught them I'm glad that secretary Mnuchin negotiated this I want to see the language and make sure that it's pulled out of there and again just to be crystal clear Jordan this was not an accident because if if they if this had been a regular supplemental bill it would have been subject to all the discretionary restrictions that always happen when money goes through other department of health and Human Services that includes the Hyde amendment Jordan they had to have specific language in there to make a billion dollars of this package circumvent that process and make it mandatory and I won't get into all the other problems that make it mandatory ugh comes with that music would probably never go away Jordan but the only reason you would do that is said that if he could be sent to the two boards are providers that were prohibited under hiding maybe she's gonna say Jordan that that's not the case today and that Republicans are actually trying to insert language there is no other reason that this provision would have been in there that that then then that she wanted to make this coronavirus a supplemental also about abortion folks we're gonna take your phone calls one hundred sixty four thirty one ten that's one eight hundred six eight four three one one zero again one hundred sixty four thirty one ten we're gonna update you too on what's going on with files as well because that is set to expire Sunday so again with the with Spicer the Ford telogen surveillance act provision set to expire on Sunday and the president who is not made a complete veto threat but is definitely given a nod to those that he might in fact veto if if if it comes to him in the form it is now because they're not enough safeguards in place to protect the civil liberties and the constitutional rights of Americans and when it comes to due process after the abuses that we've seen and the FISA court itself the Fiske has told us how the FBI DOJ have misused the so there's a again there's a it's it's interesting to me that you've got kind of widespread support for spying like this from Democrats we're supposed to be that you know the key on civil libertarians it's Republicans some of whom are saying the reforms just don't go far enough there are reforms here so we're just saying it's not enough and by the way the extension is pretty long extension we're going to twenty twenty three which means we can't predict who the present would be next time this comes around or who the Attorney General will be so you might like the current president the current attorney Joel trust them to do the right things but would you trust anyone else and that's how broadly you have to open this up because we have no idea who that interview will be come twenty twenty three we just don't know so again one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten now in the in the case that we're working on that actually involves abortion a victory no the sidewalk outside abortion clinic is not a pro life free speech so it's becoming more and more important pro life advocates understand their right to freedom of speech under the first amendment and the ACLJ was recently successful in securing the rights of our clients to engage women on the public property outside of abortion facilities in Charlotte North Carolina you know it's all about the willingness of our client and others like them to minister to women seeking an abortion and save lives and by the way this came through ACLJ dot org forward slash help the person emailed and said I think that out my rights are being violated and so they come to they were in contact with ACLJ attorney guess what their rights were being violated because over broad city got code and we have a victory parts of the city passed the subjective noise ordinance in June of twenty nineteen the ordinance created a hundred fifty foot noise buffer extending from healthcare facilities property lights make it unlawful to produce amplified sound or typically produce intensely because you produce or tipsy participate in producing any sound so unreasonably loud that because with volume obviously disturbs injures or endangers health or safety of patients of the so that there's no decibel gods to explain what levels that would be a reasonable they didn't tell you that and no other set standards for what the appropriate levels that would be so this would be again easy to enforce against anyone they felt like a fortune yes the lack of a clear standard for what constitutes quote unreasonably louder that what disturbs the patient that prevents individuals from going whether they're our speech which should be set free speech violates the ordinance well we took this to Charlotte and and we pointed out their flaws in their reason we can now report that after reaching out to the Charlotte city attorney we've gotten assurances and that any guarantee that our clients will not be in violation of the ordinance if they maintain a conversational tone inside the abortion clinic buffer zone they can retain that letter as the search the city will not prosecute him we ensured the rights of our clients and those like them to continue their can to follow their convictions as always the ACLJ will continue to fight for the constitutional rights of all U. S. this is including the abort that these these I get sneaky codes that are put in place it is our turkeys pointed out it came in three C. O. G. that affords less help we've got all the attorneys ray respond because people donate to the ACLJ support the work the ACLJ but it was a vague code doesn't tell you what is too loud doesn't tell you what's going to disturb someone and so now we've got the letter from the city attorney saying this is this is the case if you just do it like a conversational tone absolutely no problem and here's the letter you can you can keep with you so that you're not at any risk of being arrested and violated this code Jordan we see these a lot it's a good thing that this one was quickly resolved but here's the thing that always comes to mind we get these cases quickly wrapped up and that is how many of these codes are out there that we haven't been contacted about I mean we have to hear from people who are willing to fight against these when when clearly the law is on their side Jordan and we can help them bring about a quick resolution but it takes a partnership with the with the people whose rights are being violated so I would just encourage people out there if there's something like this do contact us I see if we can help but in this case Jordan I mean you know we were talking about a quick resolution we've had a couple of those this week it's always good to resolve them quickly rather than to have to go to court with over them and and litigate at length but Jordan then again when you have to do that we're ready to do that as well yeah we have the big victory Maryland this week again while we were on the air for life we had another victory for pro life speech seems to work on those life issues we're kind of from all angles this legislation cove in nineteen it was trying to put a provision to walk around the height of it we want you all remember who did that Nancy Pelosi Democrats remember that when you voted for that when you hear about Donald trump's been too slow to respond maybe it's because Democrats in these negotiations are trying to put funding to abortion in the Copa ninety response we have the victory Maryland so that their state constitution did not include the right to abortion now a big test get the book of worship seizure your victory for pro life speech support the work the ACLJ we've got a matching challenge right now at A. C. L. G. dot org double the impact your donation you were still a little behind in March we need your.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Twenty six percent we'll get the latest on how the airlines are responding plus we're going to have a good friend Nicole is a data track research on whether he is buying the dips for first is going to Gregg Jarrett a Bloomberg news for April Paul was we're well off earlier lows but still well down it's all attributable to a one or five years treasury yields down to record lows as haven assets are still in demand we look at those numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio S. and P. five hundred is down one point seven percent down fifty four the Dow's down just about two percent down five hundred twenty seven and the nasdaq down one point three percent at a hundred fifteen to ten years up one the yield is point nine three seven six percent the West Texas intermediate crude oil little changed forty six seventy seven a barrel vault comics gold is up over one percent at sixty sixty sixty per ounce fertility and one of six seventy two the euro dollar eleven ninety two and the British pound the dollar twenty nine twenty two again we're from our toward your belly fun CIO that the there's a lot more uncertainty on the way things are shutting down slowly but surely schools which are now being closed more and in Europe than here they're starting to close here so it's early innings I would be patience patience patience patience I think is emerging right now that's a Bloomberg business slash I'm Greg Jarrett this is Bloomberg markets would result from it's in full swing on Bloomberg radio when we talk about the disruptions to business in the wake of the corona virus outbreak we really have to focus.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Person it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning Jennifer to shrink it is back with three big things you need to know number one garden house Democrats today will announce articles of impeachment outlining the case against president trump in a historic move that has only been taking a few times throughout the nation's history Democrats plan to announce at least two articles abuse of a power and obstruction of Congress and are still debating a third obstruction of justice the announcement will happen during a morning news conference number two according to thousands of pages of documents obtained by The Washington Post at the federal government across three White House administrations misled the public about failures of the Afghanistan war often suggesting success where it didn't exist the documents revealed deep frustrations about the U. S. is conduct in the Afghanistan war including an ever changing US strategy struggles to develop an effective Afghan fighting force and persistent failures to defeat the Taliban and combat corruption throughout the government the documents quote officials close to the eighteen year war effort describing a campaign by the US government to distort the grim reality of the war number three at least five people are dead eight are reported missing and authorities are fearing the worst after a volcano erupted Monday at a popular tourist site in New Zealand several dozen visitors including some from a royal Caribbean cruise ship and were on or near white island when it erupted releasing thick clouds of ash about twelve thousand feet into the air New Zealand police deputy commissioner John Thames when it comes to the investigation I can confirm now that we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the deaths and injuries on what all of more than thirty people were hospitalized after being rescued some with serious burn injuries and dining out is weighing on our budgets and our waistlines new research from financial company principal finds that for twenty nine percent of us eating out it was our top a budget buster this year up from twenty six percent last year government data show we spent nearly thirty five hundred dollars on dining out in two thousand eighteen what's more we eat out often gallop data shows six in ten a dinner out last at least once in the past weekend sixteen percent ate dinner out three or more times three or more yeah here's hoping you have the disposable income to pull that off that's a lot thank you Jan six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next a feel good story about a pro athlete.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Documents obtained by The Washington Post at the federal government across three White House administrations misled the public about failures of the Afghanistan war often suggesting success where it didn't exist the documents revealed deep frustrations about the U. S. as conduct in the Afghanistan war including an ever changing US strategy struggles to develop an effective Afghan fighting force and persistent failures to defeat the Taliban and combat corruption throughout the government the documents quote officials close to the eighteen year war effort describing a campaign by the US government to distort the grim reality of the war number three at least five people are dead eight are reported missing and authorities are fearing the worst after a volcano erupted Monday at a popular tourist site in New Zealand several dozen visitors including some from a royal Caribbean cruise ship and were on or near white island when it erupted releasing thick clouds of ash about twelve thousand feet into the air New Zealand police deputy commissioner John Thames when it comes to the investigation I can confirm now that we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the case and injuries on what all of more than thirty people were hospitalized after being rescued some with serious burn injuries and dining out is weighing on our budgets and our waistlines new research from financial company principal finds that for twenty nine percent of us eating out it was our top a budget buster this year up from twenty six percent last year government data show we spent nearly thirty five hundred dollars on dining out in two thousand eighteen what's more we eat out often gallop data shows six in ten a dinner out last though at least once in the past weekend sixteen percent ate dinner out three or more times three or more yeah here's hoping you have the disposable income to pull that off that's a lot thank you Jan six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Of the hour on this morning Jennifer to shrink it is back with three big things you need to know never one garden house Democrats today will announce articles of impeachment outlining the case against president trump in a historic move that has only been taken a few times throughout the nation's history Democrats plan to announce at least two articles abuse of a power and obstruction of Congress and are still debating a third obstruction of justice the announcement will happen during a morning news conference never too according to thousands of pages of documents obtained by The Washington Post at the federal government across three White House administrations misled the public about failures of the Afghanistan war often suggesting success where it didn't exist the documents revealed deep frustrations about the U. S. is conduct in the Afghanistan war including an ever changing US strategy struggles to develop an effective Afghan fighting force and persistent failures to defeat the Taliban and combat corruption throughout the government the documents quote officials close to the eighteen year war effort describing a campaign by the US government to distort the grim reality of the war number three at least five people are dead eight are reported missing and authorities are fearing the worst after a volcano erupted Monday at a popular tourist site in New Zealand several dozen visitors including some from a royal Caribbean cruise ship and were on or near white island when it erupted releasing thick clouds of ash about twelve thousand feet into the air New Zealand police deputy commissioner John Thames when it comes to the investigation I can confirm now that we will commence a criminal investigation into the circumstances of the case and injuries one watermelon more than thirty people were hospitalized after being rescued some with serious burn injuries and dining out is weighing on our budgets and our waistlines new research from financial company principal finds that for twenty nine percent of us eating out it was our top a budget buster this year up from twenty six percent last year government data show we spent nearly thirty five hundred dollars on dining out in two thousand eighteen what's more we eat out often gallop data shows six in ten a dinner out last at least once in the past weekend sixteen percent ate dinner out three or more times for three or more yeah here's hoping you have the disposable income to pull that off that's a lot thank you Jan six minutes now in front of the hour on.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Let's go back to the Caribbean war when the Korean War started the S. and P. five hundred fell fifteen percent in five weeks a massive decline as America was very upset after coming out of World War two not all that long ago to find ourselves immersed in yet another war the stock market fell dramatically in a short period fifteen percent in five weeks but what happened six months later the stock market was up thirty one percent a year later it was up thirty six percent okay maybe saying that's an aberration why Rick would you go all the way back to the Korean War okay let's go this neck stock market fell ten percent in three weeks upon the news that Russia launched a satellite into orbit but although it was down ten percent in three weeks six months later the market was up eight percent a year later it was up thirty percent how about president Richard Nixon's resignation stock market fell nineteen percent in a little over a month but six months later the market was up thirty percent how about the silver crisis remember when the hunt brothers got hold into Congress because they tried to corner the market in silver when they try to pull that stunt they because the entire U. S. stock market to fall twelve percent in a month but six months later the market was up twenty six percent the crash in nineteen eighty seven the stock market fell twenty six percent in three weeks a quarter of the value gone in just a matter of weeks but six months later the market was up seven percent more recently nine eleven US stock market fell twelve percent in three weeks in the aftermath of that horrific day but six months later the stock market was up seven percent how about hurricane Katrina US stock market fell to percent in six weeks but six months later it was up seven percent we could go on and on and on most recently the brexit vote in twenty sixteen the S. and P. fell five percent in one week six months later the market was up thirteen percent when everybody realized at that's my point to you it's not that you need to be cavalier my point is simply to not get fearful we need to recognize that while major events in the world political crises warriors social issues natural disasters terrorism while these can and do have massive disruption volatility market losses in the short term history tells us that over the long term this too shall pass in fact I've got a chart describing all of the data I just shared with you and a lot more it's posted on our website at Rick Adelman dot com showing you the performance of the stock market during and after a crisis I invite you to take a look at this it's also in my book the truth about money we've updated it now all the way up to twenty sixteen because that's the most recent time we had one of the shocks and it demonstrates for you the fundamental premise even though you may experience volatility in your portfolio even though you may see market losses at the moment if you have a long term time horizon and a properly diversified portfolio you can just look at these events and say Trenton outside I guess so wait till it stops so if somebody is scaring you into thinking that all my goodness should you be changing your investment strategy should you be selling investments or buying different one should you be getting out of the market should you be putting your money into guaranteed investment opportunities that we in the immunize you against market losses before you fall for those sales pitches before you revamp your entire investment strategy based on some website or some free lunch seminar from some sales pitch you get in direct mail give us a call let us take a look at your portfolio let us examine what you're doing help you reevaluate why you're doing it to conclude whether or not changes in fact are necessary and we may very well help you discover that you know what what you're doing is exactly what you ought to be done and you ought to just keep on doing it and if changes need to be made as a fee based objective independent adviser will be able to give you advice it's in your best interests give us a call at triple a to plan wreck my colleagues and I hear element financial engines happy to help you look we help so many.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Enforcement will begin voluntary DNA testing in cases, where officials suspected adults fraudulently claiming to be parents of children as they crossed the US Mexico border afternoon in the upper sixties overnight lows in the upper fifties tomorrow, it'll be sunny and seventy degrees. I'm Randy Cox for the answer San Diego, John wreath with real estate is. Crushing it John wreath ninety one homes in the last ninety days while most of the agents continue to struggle and a slow market. Hi, Larry elder here agents, selection matters, and you want San Diego's number one agent working for you John has unique systems and a proven track record for sailing faster. And for top dollar, listen to this John Reese sold a normal heights condo before it even hit the market for sixty nine thousand dollars over asking price. Here's another John sold spring valley home, and he got seven offers and sold it for fifty one thousand dollars over asking price in just twelve days. Need more reasons? Okay. If John can't sell your home, he will buy it himself guaranteed in writing. That's because John Reeves has over five thousand ready buyers looking to buy right now. So call the only agent I would trust to sell my home. John Reeves at eight five eight eight hundred home and start packing. Eight five eight hundred home or JR has the buyers dot com. That's JR has the buyers dot com. Hi, folks Jim Peterson with. Solar for America. Look this summer months are fastly approaching and the fact of the matter is that utility rates have poverty announced kilowatt hour rates to near double the next forty eight months. Plus the solar federal tax credit is going from thirty percent this year to twenty six percent next year. So the incentive is going down. While the rates are rising. How do you mitigate that you'd call solar for America right now? Eight sixty six thirty three thirty five eight eight eight six to six thirty three thirty five. Look rates are rising the federal incentives going down it takes seven minutes or less to go solar. I've got the best terms to your payments are going to be less than half of what you're paying utility company. And you're gonna have solar panels on your roof producing clean renewable energy solar for America right now. Seven minutes ago solar eight six six thirty three thirty five. That's eight six six thirty three thirty five or at solar for America dotcom. California four five seventeen five to one zero five one three ever. Never taught politics around the dinner.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Lee rated given these are horrible ratings terrible ratings. Now Bernie Sanders is you know, was on the. Fox. I don't know what we call this the interview program, whatever it was for Bernie Sanders. Then I Fox News townhall with two great journalists. And I watch this. Watch most of it afterwards because it was doing my show. And I noticed that Bernie Sanders that is BS Bernie Sanders. Sanders. Bernie, the red was lying all over the place and dodging all over the place. Is asked about his twenty six percent marginal tax rate. Any attack Trump, and he said he didn't vote for the Trump tax cuts. That wasn't the question. Why is his right at twenty six percent minds at forty percent. Even with the doctrines minimal. I'm a capitalist. He's a Marxist. I pay forty percent page twenty six percent. And my buddy Danny let their New Jersey. He called me today. And you said, it's funny. How Bernie Sanders used to talk about billionaires and millionaires? And now he stops talking about millionaires only billionaires because he is a millionaire. And Bret Baier what Bret Baier was getting at arth McCollum was getting at was a Mr. Sanders you. He kept talking about the rich, the rich, and the how come you don't pay more? How come you don't pay the pre tax rate pre before the Trump tax cuts? I voted against nobody asked you how you voted that makes you more of a hypocrite, actually. Voted against the tax cuts. You say they're bad for the country and yet. You took them. You took them. And of course, Bernie Sanders lives about healthcare. He still hasn't explained. There's a great piece. The federalist. By the other Hemingway. The husband. And he doesn't explain how he's going to pay for this now Medicare for ause. I said the other day means those of you who been paying into Medicare. There's going to be a lot of freeloaders moving into Medicare. And he said for all. So I assume that means a legal aliens too. He didn't say for someone me said fro-. And of course, he didn't explain whether doctors, and nurses and nurse practitioners. And all these people who spend years and years and years in school taking tests learning getting experienced hang up all hours a day and night. He didn't explain how that will affect them because they don't care about that. They don't care about them. So. And the audience was filled with obviously a bunch of clapping seal, marxists. That was kinda surprising to me. And here he is cut six, Mr. producer, go. I want to ask the question if you raise your hand here, a show of hands of how many people get their insurance from work private insurance right now, how many get it from providence. Okay. Now, all those how many are willing to transition to what the Senator says.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"This report is sponsored by the podcast monster, this zodiac killer idea of committing a crime, and then calling up the police and bragging about it. That's a whole 'nother level of terror from the creators of Atlanta monster come season two. This is monster zodiac killer. Listen and follow on iheartradio app. Eighteen years since nineteen thirty nine Gallup has conducted a specific poll in which they ask Americans. What they felt was the most important problem facing the country. Mr. T said the government. Yes. Nagin said immigration or immigration on your list way down whereas immigration on your list, Jerry, and it's not high mine either. And charity said taxes, I'm guessing you just did. Okay. What did you use the three by five card that the president using this year? Okay. Thirty five percent of Americans said the government poor leadership or politicians as the greatest problem facing the country is the highest percentage Gallup is recorded for this concern edging out the previous high of thirty three percent during the federal government shutdown in two thousand thirteen. Prior to two thousand one the highest percentage mentioning government was twenty six percent. And that was during the Watergate scandal. The current measure is the highest in the lace glasco fifty five years the current percentage of Americans naming government has doubled since November of last year. Now an analysis of the verbatim responses to the question from the survey says that eleven percent of Americans specifically cite Donald Trump as the most important problem. Five percent name the Democrats or liberals and only one percent say congress. Now since January of two thousand seventeen about the time the president took office. The government has been the top problem every month except July and November of last year in both of those months immigration edged out the government at the top of the list. So thirty five percent say it's the government. Poor leadership. Nineteen percent say immigration. Six percent say healthcare five percent race relations racism, and then all of the other categories are like free percent two percent, and that's poverty. Ethics moral religious family decline the environment. The federal budget the economy in general, unemployment lack of respect for each other. And last on the list education. Take it for what it's worth up next. Those were the days. Look back at this day in history. Hey, good morning. It's charity McCurdy a lot of times expectations far exceed reality..
"twenty six percent" Discussed on The Starters
"Is how it works. I'm going to give these two guys free questions and at the end of it all I would Claire win. Here. We go question. One earlier today, the New York Times on tweets the dick has been invited to participate in the three point content that all star weekend if in it will be the six time in the contest that he won in two thousand and six so should he accept who? We know. He's already done it five times. This would be a sixties, and he's already won it once he's also shooting all that great from three point land this year. Twenty six percent are threes than to. Here's the real reason. Here's the real reason if does go in this thing, and that is a telltale side that this would be his last year. And I don't wanna see that. I want her back. That's why I want Carter to try the dunk contest against of course, I'm down with Dirk Nowitzki going into the three point contest. Like, we mentioned he wanted to sixty four times in made it to the finals of warm portly. Just leave something to shoot for forty. Lease forty. To we've seen that Lee can't be twenty. He beat forty. There's only one way to find out jerk versus Lee three-point content. Dunk on. Great do now on Monday athletic. Tin commie tweeted, Carmelo Anthony ondre, Adele, a thirty four and it's possible that Igwe Dell is career will end up as the move valuable one. Is he right? This is an easy. One Melo is a surefire first ballot hall of.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Researchers have dubbed January twenty first as blue Monday after finding that people are at their loneliest debt levels are at their highest and the weather is at its worst. At this time of year, a survey by the co op found that twenty six percent of British people. They're British you could see why they'd be depressed. They're they're not Americans. Let's just start with that. They have a tiny island. Berg, rocky Burg a windswept Berg, and there's no surfing. They don't have any great beaches with hot chicks in bikinis. And look at them their English people. I mean, come on. A survey by the cop found that twenty six percent of British people claim that it that this month is when they feel the most isolated should go to a large country perhaps like the United States of America. So it's a study at statistical kind of boring I was driving in today. And the my dashboard told me that it was twelve degrees. When I was driving very fancy automobile, very advanced automobile, it has thermometer, and it tells you the temperature outside it also has another gauge that tells you how fast the automobile is going, which I find to be very helpful, very helpful. Indeed. All right. Let's let me let let's how much time. Do I have got only so much? I think I think what I might do is change things around just a little bit. I think I might be this. And then we'll get to the ad when we have a big open window, and the anger of these crazy lefties people, the the BuzzFeed people, it's a former news organization kind of like CNN, but buzzkill really ought to just fold up their tents and go home. There's still defending this story in this Jason Leopold guy. Who is not. Well, he's not he's not good. And you shouldn't trust them. We'll get told that. But the incident at the Lincoln Memorial is what I'm going to get to next. Hey, if you suffer from allergies or asthma. Just get sick too often. You wanna listen to this? I've done research on home air filters and home air purifiers, and here, some fun facts. Know, those filters hepatic -nology cleans the air up real good. And then we breathe it in. It's all better. Well, hepatic -nology was invented during World War Two which was some time ago now and it traps mostly large particles, the problem with that is the air in our homes normally contains micro pollutants like bacteria and mold spores that can actually make you sick. And then you're sick. You don't want that hep filters? Can't do a thing about those small particles. So I replaced my old fashioned air filters with the molecule air purifier molecule does more than just trap airborne pollutants. That destroys them with nanotechnology before you can breed them in get sick from them..
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"House something that somebody's willing to buy one of my clients about twenty years ago, who's one of my wealthiest and he built this mansion twenty thousand square feet. Huge gorgeous place, and he was on the telecom industry. And so he was bragging to me that he was wiring the house with fiber optic. And he bragged picture this a twenty thousand square foot house, and he wired the whole thing with fiber optic. He said there was a mile of fiber optic cable and his house today. We just use wifi and bluetooth. We don't have to hard wire are houses. So all the money. He spent is of no value. His ability to try to sell the house all those holes in the walls. All those ports are never going to get used because we just use bluetooth and wifi. So it's an illustration that what matters at one moment isn't going to matter in the future. I'll give you one example self driving vehicles many people in the technology field, particularly in the automotive sector are speculating that automobile ownership is going to drop dramatically over the next ten to twenty years. Years as we shift from owning cars to car sharing services in other words, instead of you owning two cars in your household. Maybe even three if you've got kids, you'll just call Uber and you'll call a car on demand as you need it. If that proves true, you won't need a three car garage, and all that real estate can be diverted to something else in the house. And in fact, what you will want is a portico at your main entrance a covered entry way. So that when the car pulls up, you're protected from the rain, and the snow we'll houses today aren't built that way. So if we discover that we are in a self driving automobile environment is that going to have an impact on the architectural design of our homes, and what will that do to the values of the homes that were built before then? So these. Are the kinds of questions that were beginning to ask ourselves. We don't have answers yet. The real key for you to ask is is the location going to continue to be value. Because as long as the location will be value. You can always do home renovations. You can always frankly knock the house down, you know, those they're called tear downs where the buyer just wants your location. They're gonna knock the house down and build something new. So you need to focus first on location and try to make sure that the home is state of the art as you can reasonably make it not given on where the technology is today. But where the technology is going to be. Okay. So that really helps in fact, let me let me share with you some really fascinating statistics. That just came out of the Federal Housing authority FHA is responsible for about ten percent of all the mortgage loans in this country. And they just issued a brand new report year end two thousand eighteen and they found that millennials are getting money for their down payments from parents twenty six percent of the time one out of four millennials are borrowing money from relatives in order to make the down payment. And the crazy thing about this is that when you get an FHA loan you only need to put down three and a half percent. And these millennials don't even have that. Because of student debt, they're not making much money new in their careers housing crisis have risen a lot over the last decade. And so as a result for people under the age of thirty five home ownership is down dramatically from ten years ago. And you talked about with the ratio. Oughta be used said you didn't want it to be thirty two percent. You wanted to keep it around twenty eight net take home, according to FHA, you know, what the average indebtedness is of these borrowers. Forty three percent. That's really scary. And so it's important that people understand as you do. So well that we don't want you to buy more of a house than you can afford, not only based on your current income, but also based on your future expenses. If you're thinking of adding a couple of kids to your life newly married, and you don't have any children yet. If you base that mortgage on today's expenses, you might get yourself into trouble. If you add a house in a spouse and children, so we wanna make sure you're looking at this to the future not merely on your circumstances for today. Would you recommend buying an older house that? You know has good structural bones behind it. And then doing whatever grades yourself. What I would recommend is that you buy a house that you plan on living in for at least seven to ten years that meets your lifestyle needs. And is within your affordability. Whether that's new home or an existing home. Whether it's a fixer upper or one in pristine condition is a lifestyle question entirely for you. I am only concerned that economically you're gonna live in it long enough to make the exercise worthwhile because homeowners incur costs that renters never do. And that it's not gonna bust your budget. That's great advice. Read. I appreciate you. Giving me such a wide scope to look at and. Constantly plug your video that you have online to my students, and I want them to see I try to teach them principles to compounding as early as I can expose them to it could be the things I wish I knew when I was eighteen I really appreciate that a lot Pete. And I'm so glad you're paying attention with this not just for yourself. But for the young people in your life as well. Because while we wish we'd learn this in our twenties. It's our opportunity now to teach those who are in their twenties. So that they can get started on on the right foot? I appreciate your phone call, right? Thank you. You're welcome..
"twenty six percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And you've been here long enough to see great things. And I I don't know that I've ever. Ever in an all of my years. Ever desire to move anywhere else. No, no. I the thought never entered my mind before NAT for Trump's election. Many Americans particularly Democrats threaten to move to Canada. As some Republicans did after Obama was elected Canada has always been one of the top desired destinations for Americans. But that desire is only increased since Trump's election in two thousand eighteen more than one in four Americans twenty six percent who would like to move named Canada as the place that they would like to go up from twelve percent in two thousand sixteen. It is important to note that people's desire to migrate is typically much higher than their intention to do. So oh, you mean, they're just whiners. Exactly. That's why I said, I would I would love to love to delve into this deeper, you're so you're just whining. Well, just sounds like the three year old who wants to run away from home because they're not getting what they want to get. All. That's true. I'm sorry. I do understand that mentality. When I was seven years old. I walked all the way down the block. I told my mother I didn't want to be there. I told my parents to get out. I'm not going anywhere. You get out. You're the problem. And they clearly were that age. I was seven I knew the world than they did. I need you guys to move out. I tried to talk him into it. I didn't want to run away from home. I wanted them to run away from home. Just leave me the credit card, and and some gas money. Now when I was a teenager an effort went to the science center in Toronto. And if I would have been in high school senior in high school college, and we went up there quite a bit. You know, Buber we'd go to Toronto all the time. I remember thinking I'd love to live here. But it wasn't a thing about moving. It was not you you go to a great place. You enjoy yourself and say man, I was not renew and my family comes from candidates. My father's side. My grandfather was Canadian and emigrated to the United States because. Of the bigotry towards Irish Catholics in Ontario. I didn't find that out about that. Remember when I told you I was just about three years ago. My dad told me, so why did you move over? He goes because of the horrible bigotry, or what are you talking about all Irish Catholics? -tario the first part of the you know, the twentieth century I had to go Brita pot. I'd go read on it. And I was I was shocked. I had no idea. Right. And that's why he came over to the United States for opportunity that he couldn't get there. Couldn't find work because of the bigotry, right? So. So the like I said if you wish to go find just whining, aren't they? There's just whining no gates the three year old mentality. I'm gonna run away from home. I got down the street. And then my mom, I think offered me lemonade. That brought me back, right? Now, I didn't understand at that age at seven years old. I didn't understand the beauty of our constitution understand that this is why this is the country that I wished to live. I was demanding my parents build a wall between me and my brothers. And one of my sister to pay for it. I didn't get the hell we sort of how the wall in our neighborhood. It was the tracks because we called. There was the good side of the tracks and the bad side of the track right and see everybody that on my side of the tracks. We all went to Kenmore west which was the good school high school, and then Kenmore east was the other side of the tracks. Right. And of course, they said the same thing. Well, we had some tough, you know, as we call the railroad track rhetoric. West is best east is least. Oh, yeah. Well, if that doesn't close the door on the argument, I don't know what does. I mean, you got in there. And then my high school, just, you know, just blew them away with all the, you know, the great people that went to my high school, right, right? Yeah. Let's her. Oh, yeah. It's an impressive list. Not not including wolf Blitzer. There are other people that are impressive. Me the guy that was in that punk band. Green jelly. Yeah. Julia Watson who was really great and homework. Got like. And was also in the spelling the every year. Great. Great people. And wolf Blitzer? It's it's I I can't imagine. It's because you don't you you failed to recognize the freedoms you fail to recognize the greatness, and you. Have time and time again, put someone else in charge of your happy life, your happy, attitudes or happiness, general and your freedom when Barack Obama became president in fact in two thousand eight and in two thousand twelve when people calling up and they were wondering why we weren't screaming and angry. One person doesn't decide my happiness. I decide my future. I have great protections because of this country and great freedom because of this country, and I've had great success during. A Clinton presidency or an Obama presidency and I've had hard times during Republican presidencies. It didn't have anything to do with who was president. It had to do with choices which I'm free to make still today. So..
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The thirty percent of Americans younger than thirty would like to move also represents a new high, and is also the group in which the gender gap is the largest forty percent of younger women, then thirty said they would like to move compared to twenty percent of men in that age group gender, gaps narrow with age and eventually disappeared completely after age fifty you know, why? Because after age fifty you get it. And you've been here long enough to see great things. And I I don't know that I've ever. Ever in an all of my years. Ever desire to move anywhere else. No, no, I the thought never entered my mind before and after Trump's election, many Americans particularly Democrats threatened to move to Canada as some Republicans did after Obama was elected. Canada has always been one of the top desired destinations for Americans. But that desires only increase in Trump's election in two thousand eighteen more than one in four Americans twenty six percent who would like to move named Canada as the place that they would like to go up from twelve percent in two thousand sixteen. It is important to note that people's desire to migrate is typically much higher than their intention to do. So oh, you mean, they're just whiners. Exactly. That's why I said, I would I would love to love to delve into this deeper. Oh, you're so you're just whining. Well, just sounds like the three year old who wants to run away from home because they're not getting what they want to get. Oh, that's true. I'm sorry. I do understand that mentality. When I was seven years old. I walked all the way down the block. I told my mother I didn't want to be there. I told my parents to get out. I'm not going anywhere. You get out. You're the problem. And they clearly were that age. I was seven I knew the world better than they did. I need you guys to move out. I tried to talk him into it. I didn't want to run away from home. I wanted them to run away from home. Just leave me the credit card, and and some gas money. Now when I was a teenager and after I went to the science center in Toronto. And if I would have been in high school senior in high school college, and we went up there quite a bit. You know, Uber and we'd go to Toronto all the time. I remember thinking I'd love to live here. But it wasn't a thing about moving you go to a great place. You enjoy yourself and say man, that's the awesome too. I was not Rene and my family comes from Canada. My father's side. My grandfather was Canadian and emigrated to the United States because. Of the bigotry towards Irish Catholics in Ontario. I didn't find out about that. Remember when I told you I thought it was just about three years ago. My dad told me, so why did you move over goes because of the horrible bigotry. What are you talking about Irish Catholics? -tario the first part of the you know, the twentieth century I had to go Brita pot. I'd go read on it. And I was I was shocked. I had no idea right? And that's why he came over to the United States for opportunity that he couldn't get there. Couldn't find work because of the bigotry, right? So. You know? So like, I said if you wish to go fine, but they're just winding aren't they? There's just whining. The three year old mentality. I'm going to run away from home. I got down the street. And then my mom, I think offered me lemonade. That brought me back, right? Now, I didn't understand at that age at seven years old. I didn't understand the beauty of our constitution understand that this is why this is the country that I wished to live. I was demanding my parents build a wall between me and my brothers. And I wanted my sister to pay for it. I didn't get the hell we sort of had a wall in our neighborhood. It was the tracks. Because we call the good side of the tracks and the bad side of the track right and see everybody that on my side of the tracks. We all went to Kenmore west which was the good school high school, and then Kenmore east was the other side of the tracks. Right. And of course, they said the same thing. Well, we had some tough, you know, as we call the railroad track rhetoric. West is best east is least. Oh, yeah. Well, if that doesn't close the door on the argument, I don't know what does. I mean, you got them there. And then my high school, just, you know, just blew them away with all the, you know, the great people that went to my high school, right, right? Yeah. Blitzer? Yeah. It's an impressive list. Not not including wolf Blitzer. There are other people that are impressive. Me. Yeah. The guy that was in that punk band. Green jelly. Yeah. Julia Watson who was really great and home MAC got like. And was also in the spelling the every year. Great. Great people. And wolf Blitzer? It's it's I can't imagine. It's because you don't you you failed to recognize the freedoms you fail to recognize the greatness. And you. Have time and time again, put someone else in charge of your happy life, your happy, attitudes, your happiness in general and your freedom when Barack Obama became president in fact in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve we had people calling up and they were wondering why we weren't screaming and angry. One person doesn't decide my happiness. I decide my future. I have great protections because of this country and great freedom because of this country, and I've had great success during Clinton presidency or an Obama presidency and I've had hard times during Republican presidencies. It didn't have anything to do with who was president. It had to do with choices which I'm free to make still today. So..
"twenty six percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Democratic Party that Trump is racist because she wants to lessen or eliminate illegal migration into America. That is a bunch of crap a bunch of crap I'll give you a factoid fifty six percent of households headed by Central American immigrants used one or more major welfare programs more than double the twenty six percent of native Americans, and you know, which immigrant group, which legal immigrant group has the lowest number of individuals on public assistance. The answer would be Africans. Eight percent of African immigrants are on public assistance because they come to America to work because they have skills American needs. And the great majority of Africans. Of course, are may I use the term black the great majority of central Americans have so-called Brown skin. It doesn't make any difference. Blacks who come here from Africa succeed magnificently, the average wage and educational chief of Africans. Is off the charts much higher than native born Americans. In fact, much much higher than the average white American Africans do much better because of the status of our country. We can attract from around the world the best and the brightest who want to come to America. How does it assist? Those that a drug addicted and one job those younger American starting on the ladder of success. How does it help those getting out of prison or those poorly educated black white Brown? And otherwise that are here legally deaf literally millions of undocumented aliens coming into this country taking work and sending the money back. Do the Central America or Mexico to the tune about twenty five billion dollars per year? How does that assist? Those needing entry level jobs. Whether it's at McDonald's or landscaping or some other of those manual professions. How does it assist? It doesn't at all it takes away personal initiative. Those Americans who play by the rules when you have large numbers coming here illegally to take the place of native born. Americans high support one hundred percent Africans coming to America the legal way because they bring with them a work attitude, diligence perseverance of fear of God love a country that many Americans ourselves do not have and the great majority of Africans are, of course, may I use the term black, and that's great with me. Bill Cunningham stands with them one hundred percent. But we do not need millions of poorly educated Guatemalans with less than a third grade education illegally entering America committing a crime, by the way, the country illegally. They're committing a crime. We can't have that. And all Trump is saying the slowdown is let's stop it. And let's put a cap on it six times in the past. We've had some sort of amnesty and six times the amnesty was violated because more illegals came in the only way to effectively stop illegal immigration in America is to build a wall offensive Barraquer a barrier or an obstacle which is. Exactly what Hillary Clinton said in two thousand fifteen had a town hall meeting when she said, we must build a barrier to stop illegal migration in America. That doesn't come for me or Sean Hannity or Donald J Trump that comes from the mouth of Hillary Clinton in two thousand fifteen. Let's take some calls who will be the first caller of twenty nineteen what the great American the number to call is eight six six six four seven seven three three seven eight.
"twenty six percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Face. So that's good news for you. Go neutral face for twenty six percent about a quarter fourteen percent had that teeth scared. Look gritted teeth. Yeah. Scared emoji. Thirteen percent had the. I don't know what that even is three percents. I'm an emoji guy. I can tell you. I don't use memo because I'm an adult, but what's that one? Mildly dissatisfied. Okay. Although I did like my my kids love sending mama emojis on my phone enjoy doing excellent good kids. But we just discovered the whole video thing the little gift certificate over there. There's some there's some damn funny when voter are. Yeah. The guy with the lion's head given the thumbs up. Maybe my favorite thing ever. Gorey's? That's your favorite thing. Ever. Anything about anything? Cubs win the series birds of my children, no sex or whatever. This is the best thing ever. All yet. Clearly, so. I'm reading the New York Times over the weekend. And I came across this from an old guys guys almost ninety years old, and he. He's a gym rat. He he really works. Hard to stay in shape physically. Try and beat the clock it for him. And he decided he's been doing it wrong focusing way too much on the physical body and not. His mental health in terms of dealing with getting older, which we're all doing every single day. Interesting. What did a friend of mine say the other day already freaked me out with the economic stuff. Now, you're gonna worry me about grown old friend of mine said yesterday said I invented a time machine. It only goes forward. No at normal speed. Which is great. But we are all getting older every single day. I'll read a little list from him some of my healthiest friends in I'm on the wrong side of this. I'm with him and congratulations to him for admitting that he's doing wrong, and that he doesn't have the attitude some of his friends have I'm in the in the wrong category. Also, some of my healthiest friends carry themselves as victims abused by time. They see life is afraid of disappointments aches and ailments. Confusing technology children who don't visit and hurried doctors I'm more in that camp. Unfortunately, I think that's the way. Maybe I can turn it around not that old. But I I do spend too much time about how things are just getting worse. All the time. My body's breaking down. It just never ends. Other friends many who's aching knees and hips or the least of their physical problems find comfort in their ability to accept old age is just another stage of life to deal with. I would use the word heraldic to describe the way they cope with aging as it drains strength from their minds and bodies, though, they would quickly dismiss such a term as an overstatement one such friend recently called from a hospital. Tell me of a sudden brain seizure that rendered him legally blind. He interrupted me as I began telling him, how terribly sorry was he said, Bob, it could have been a lot worse. It could have been deaf instead of blind. Despite all the time, I've spent lifting weights and exercising. I realized I lacked the strength to have said those words it suddenly struck me that I've paid a price for being a gym rat. If there's one characteristic common to friends who are aging with a graceful acceptance of life's assaults. It is contentment some with life altering disabilities. My blind friend and other with two legs are more serene and complain less than those with minor ailments. The except the uncertainties of old age without surrendering to them. A few told me that the. Wisdom that they've acquired over the years has made. Aging easier to navigate than the chaos of adolescence. That's interesting people say, I'm actually happier. Now. Yeah. I understand that. It was clear that I lacked and had to find the contentment those friends at attained the hours, I spent exercising had given me confidence, but not content. I thought that was really interesting need the title of it is the secret to aging will contentment despite having many friends in their seventies eighties nineties. I've been far too slow to realize that how we respond to aging is a choice made in the mind. Not in the gym. Yes. Yeah. Oh, well, that's clearly true. Some of us have an easier time achieving certain mindsets than others of us. And I know you know, what I'm talking about. In terms of we're born to a certain emotional set of characteristics. You cannot if you are a hyper competitive hothead be as serene is a summer breeze like somebody who was born that way, you can work your way more toward that. But whether you can get ten percent closer eighty percent closer. I don't know. It depends on the question if you're ever looking for indifference, I'm your guy. Get to indifference in a hurry. I got you interesting. You skied worked really hard to hold off the physical part of old age and was looking around him at his other old friends. And they were they were happier than him. Yeah. And their bodies were falling apart, right? He's thinking why aren't you unhappy? You can't even walk whole, boy, better attitude. Sure, different priorities. I don't I don't know. It's hard. It's hard. It's hard so hard. It's you're bringing me down. This isn't happening. This is a this is supposed to bring you on pretend like it's not happening aging. Yes. Yeah. Right. And potential housing catastrophes academic downturns. Oh, yeah. On the octa what I'm dreading? I'm dreading the economic downturn. That is going to happen. You know, why? Because they always happen. That's just the way. It works. Read a book if you don't understand I mean, but when it happens blaming it all on Trump. Now, I suppose you could say, well, he's taking all the credit for the upturn that started when Barack Obama was still pressed so maybe that would be an argument for blaming it on I don't, but they go up they go down presidents tend to get to stay in office or get booted out of office, depending on the timing of won the election happens with the up turns down, they're not saying they have no control over obviously, they do too much blame though government policy does have an influence on the economy. But it's gonna it's gonna go up and down. No matter. What just is? Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That that conversation is a little tiring. Honestly, the whole president responsible for the economy thing. What how much Michael, okay? Maybe the thing to think about the old stuff is if you've got a friend who can still run a marathon or do fifty push-ups or whatever assume he's miserable. Like this old guy or go behind his back and make him miserable engaging subterfuge sabotage because their misery is your joy visas zero sum game, typically happiness, that's exactly. My unhappiness. Yes. Okay. Yes. So there's just enough time to do this. This was sent along by Katie. Who points out that in the California constitution, which is written in eighteen eighty the the the main part of it Jerry Brown had a hand in it. That's right. He was there. It says that every native male citizen of the United States every male personally, she'll acquired the right decisions ship goes on and on and it makes clear no native of China. No idiot. No. Person convicted of any infamous crime can vote among other things. How do they define idiot? Well, I can define it for you. Because I looked it up. If you lock your keys new car more than twice.