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"u. s" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"u. s" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"This two trillion dollar stimulus package is the largest relief package in U. S. history and to put that number in perspective this stimulus bill is bigger than the two thousand eight and nine bank bailout written in a two thousand nine recovery act that gave us some money in the two thousand eight bank bailout so look this inspires four trillion dollars in economic activity but in our listener Wayne I think his name was Wayne call little bit ago and asked about you know this is going to cause inflation lower not putting two point two trillion in the hands of US consumers just go spend money there's five hundred billion dollars incorporated I and I know that sounds like a corporate bailout but but look this should not be thought of as a stimulus bill all right this is a bill to get the economy running this is disaster insurance to benefit those most hard hit so the idea is to freeze time for a month or six weeks and let people come out of this with huge it without huge amounts of debt and not starving or not getting evicted a hopefully healthy and and this ideally gives us a recovery where people find themselves roughly where they were when they went in but it also gives aid to small business and corporate America so yeah yep that's the question is this two point two trillion dollar package a bailout well not this time around because again unlike the two thousand eight financial crisis the federal government propped up ill behaving U. S. banks and it was an attempt to prevent a total collapse of billions of dollars of taxpayer money that flowed to the financial system because back then again millions of people lost their jobs and their businesses the autumn or still trying to come to terms mostly millennials are trying to come to terms of the events of that time but even in general parlance the word bailout has a bad connotation this is not a bailout okay major corporations employ tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of employees and then if extracts running our economy you know when you're seeing in the airline industry being literally almost shut down because we purposely shot the disrupted by the economy down for the purpose of flattening this covert curve well it's no fault of the airlines are they're not using this money for corporate the stock buybacks which would just benefit the shareholders they're using the money to keep people employed so that's a big piece of this all right so the so the big piece of the two point two trillion is corporate and then there's the the three hundred and sixty seven billion to support small business small business is the biggest taxpayer in this country and this county it's the biggest employer in this country in this county and it's also the least incentivize but small to midsize companies with five hundred employees or less get federally guaranteed loans that could convert to grants and that includes being able to pay your rent still and utilities so you got is the only loan requirements but at the end of the day it's going to help out small business there's there's another two hundred fifty billion in unemployment support right the additional six hundred dollars in weekly unemployment checks along with your state benefit that's part of the two point two trillion and then there's the one time checks that that you called about this morning how does one time checks are important for a couple of reasons because obviously one oh how much we're gonna get.
"u. s" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Seven ten is the number you know if you look at the list of cases U. S. at number one with a hundred and forty four thousand number one you know if you switch that to per capita based on population we're like number thirteen so per capita we don't have a lot more cases than everybody else also keep an eye on Sweden because they're they're taking the whole of entirely opposite approach they've decided not to shut down anything let everybody go out restaurants everything's open let it run through the population they were about four thousand last week now they're eleven thousand so it is climbing but it's an interesting approach just watch those numbers from there Hey let's take a call to let's go to Jerry in Philadelphia Jerry how you doing okay mark thank you taking my call to point we are witnessing the rebirth of our nation needs to Michael Christian nominee ripple effect of how we live and how we do business here quick catchy title two quick examples I talked to my doctor this morning he loves telemedicine and most important a last point take China's money we take their power yeah well that's good I think we lost Jerry but you're a good point thanks for calling and you have to call your doctor I'm sure you've got nothing to do right now talk to you but Hey a lot of things are gonna change here when the everything re opens and everything will re open but you know and online shopping became more popular than retail now a lot of older people they're the ones that still did like online to go on the streets now they got used to online stuff that's going to change a lot of restaurants doing delivery top restaurants that didn't do it even radios even Peter lugar's doing delivery or takeout and delivery but so lot more restaurants will do that and a lot of people never heard of GrubHub or seamless or uber eats discovering all that stuff and we just go to Gus who's calling from Long Island Gus how are you Hey good morning mark and logo ones if you want to come over a story on page five group posted a post stuff in Marlboro referring New York Knicks team he's playing in China though he made a play we contract with a factory data good to deliver ten million of the C. ninety flooded the copper line mares and the beer bottles or call one of those applause real could you talk about that one hang up please all right thanks very good question do we want to talk about that well who is he talking about somebody for the Knicks right yes Stephan Marbury you can tell I'm not a basketball fan Hey but there are masks come in from all over the place the manufacture them around the clock care even Mike Lindell MyPillow figured out how to convert his factory to make the masks to the proper specifications you've got three and you've got all these great companies watch the briefings and that yesterday the thing nobody else would do no politician they had a meeting of all the like the business leaders all in a conference room the president allowed cameras into a televised that live it was fascinating what you know some companies want to do this but they didn't have FDA approval to present yelling at somebody get approval let's get this done right away there is going to Sam calling from New York City Sam how you doing mark thank you so much local and honestly thank god for you and another person on the radio the only people I've been listening to this great gonna start because when I listen to you I do like I do like I know there's a light at the end of the tunnel all you just did did did did show the other person you listen to you'll pick a ball he is the ad positive he's finally got a listener I love job yeah thank you mark but they did something very very unique value that cannot be duplicated and it is just call you deserve Bach was the old Big Bird that mailing out if you want to go arrest people because they hanging out so close to each other playing in the park walking on the beach meanwhile have you gone to the subway let me each one will and I'm not I'm not gonna call them homeless mark because I like the river well that is actually your home right Sam it's a good point thanks for calling a couple of things one of you know the mayor could do you breedings yelling and screaming about about what's wrong with Donald Trump but he's not doing everything he can to do it for I keep hearing Penn station is getting out of control if the mayor is releasing all these prisoners and apparently there in Penn station menacing people he needs to get Penn station under control even the guardian angel had to come in there and help out because it's a it's getting bad there homeless all that stuff this is not good in a crisis like this the mayor is going to be on top of that yeah he's got to run the city if you see these briefings he's yelling and screaming looking frightened and what else is that you see a glazed look in his eyes what could that be anyway let's go to a show in New Jersey Hey Joe I figured figured out this pardon thing yes they're gonna run button to choose the best chance they think to be trump but really you're voting for the vice president.
"u. s" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A cornerstone of U. S. businesses dynamism but economists say one trade off is a risk of wider coronavirus transmission than in countries that provide sick leave to more workers global health authorities are advising people as you know to stay home if they fall ill but that is financially challenging for millions of Americans without paid sick leave who fear losing their paycheck or even their job if they don't go to work in depth on the issue with Harriet Torry economics reporter at the Wall Street journal it set this up one of the countries that have been impacted by the current advice so far most of them have pretty strict mandates in place so that people who are told to stay home on the quarantine or unit self isolation compensated by that employee is that what you well usually by either by their plans by the government or by sort of the social social insurance on that and then that much rarer in the US you know a lot of companies that do offer paid sick leave to take the you know the the high up the weight scale you go the more likely you are to have paid sick leave of the many many millions of people in the U. S. who you know in service sector jobs are low wage jobs I have no access to sixty four so that that you know talking to economists you look at the incentives so it let's say that you feel sick or you are in an area where you are encouraged to stay at home the problem with that is if you stay at home you're not going to be adding money and you're not gonna be able to put food on the table it just means that the incentives to people who might be sick or feeling sick to go out and carry walking is much higher and that is the big fear is that markets contribute to the virus spreading more widely yeah you revisited some history with two thousand nine and ten with the swine flu H. one N. one of what happened there what we learned the study by the American public health association on the set an estimated seven million additional people were infected in the U. S. and one thousand five hundred deaths occurred during the H. one N. one pandemic because contagious employees didn't stay home from work and the pair at the worries that that could that could repeat you know during the current virus because people kind of have to choose between receiving a paycheck or you know staying at home and trying to get better speak with Harriet Torry economic reporter at the Wall Street journal purposes gold with one mandated sick leave U. S. economy is more vulnerable to pandemics you said in your story to I'd and really captures so much of what we're involved in right now right even broadly speaking the conundrum all economies face is balancing the public health interest in mandating sick pay with the potential cost of business and the broader economy I guess because there are so many countries doing so many different things there's no one perfect solution of this of course not and if you look at the U. S. economy in the U. S. labor market in the good times like the name market is extremely dynamic if you can do a job he quit his job in the U. S. you could you can very quickly find a new job and and that is definitely not the case and a lot of content on another country's whether it much tighter labor rules and labor regulations you know in many countries in Europe it's much harder to five people so it takes longer to sort of re you know hi people it takes longer to find a job you know in many ways the the U. S. labor market is it's just that it's a different to many other economies and and and one of the consequences of that is that without like all of you know that with these regulations and the on sick pay unpaid leave on time off and so on on labor rights it just means that it is a more sort of fluid situation and that in a business hasn't been as I'm not required to people can be fired I will in the U. S. on on the one hand that means that the US economy has a lot of you know startups and that does it all the time dynamism in the U. S. economy but on the other hand they were there with these risks involved and that's kind of this trade off that that countries have to have to figure out when they're setting policy how are we trending now in this country when it comes to paid sick leave is it more of states requiring companies to do it is or is it more of company saying we're better off if we do it ourselves anyway what if I that aside from what's going on with creative arts at the moment it's kind of it's kind of split off to find that make in some states did start introducing paid leave then then that then I'm out of a dozen and the way that the system tends to work is that you sort of accrue sick pay you know some economists say that these systems work pretty well but you know and and that does help to reduce the spread of infectious diseases without having a huge impact on employment or wages a Tory economics reporter at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news.
"u. s" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What we expected U. S. jobless claims numbers out this morning to be bad but they set a new record high coming in five times higher than the last record well how bad can it get after that welcome to you Linda should have a she's Bloomberg U. S. economist so then how bad were these numbers really yes hi good afternoon David sold the unprecedented deaths and the ease of the meltdown in the legal market highlight so how are the courts and the risk of the risks to the economy are still being very a very high so the what the difference from the previous records that you mention is that the economy basically ran into a brick wall I'm properly so it's a sudden stop and it's not something like what we saw in the previous recession so when jobless claims and you know legal swore multiplying over time so this sign is just stopped abruptly this is an economist how do you even start to parse this because we have never seen this before I don't believe you says is rented a brick wall it was a self declared brick wall I heard somebody say J. saves the first recession ever that was declared by decree for good and sufficient reason to try to protect people from this virus but is there any precedent you look at the figure out where we are where we're going we can look at the numbers and try to estimate the deaths so far the crisis in terms of economic growth in terms of how it will impact the legal market so for example we previously estimated the jobless rate would ever reach six point five percent in the second quarter which would correspond to roughly five million person increase in the level of unemployment but even initial claims that continues to run in the vicinity of three million for several more weeks that would definitely mean a much higher unemployment rate so many the hardest part is to try to estimate how long it will last because it is just that short period of quiet relatively short well we can only talk about relatively short at this point that will mark R. Christie is in an employment rate and we'll just quickly yet back to relatively normal economic growth but even this perceived and just for several more months then we're gonna talk about an unprecedented increase in the unemployment rate in the blow to the economy well as the cavalry on its way and that is to say in the form of two or two point two trillion dollars in that they say they're gonna get a lot of out right away from the federal government sure well the Senate passed the two trillion plus the package but it needs to be rectified by the house first of all and then you know the direct help to the economy the discretionary stimulus is probably closer to one trillion which is still a large amount but this will help people to kind of like cold some income gaps in the interim it's not gonna jump starting the economy so in order to jump start the economy you really need more so while this sounds like a lot of money and really he he would be expected that you know Bolton GDP growth it is quite substantial you know it's not going to stimulate the economy and it will not help in the recovery in the few seconds left about six trillion dollars because as I understand it the deal they've done with the treasury to put up some money allows the fed to come in with percent perhaps another four trillion well in two sentences I would say that the the the price that I will continue to get the largest of the longer we wait that seems to have heard somebody say just pick a number and then double it whatever it is okay thank you so much to bloomers you initially had a she covers U. S. economics for she's a terrific economists and now we have a second R. blouse were coming up and I'm delighted say Paul Sweeney will be taking over for me but that does it for me today I'm David Westin this is about the power and you are listening to Bloomberg radio this is a Bloomberg pursuits look at luxury top chefs may be grappling with city lockdowns temporary closures of their restaurants and food supply interruptions during the corona virus pandemic but Asia's fifty best restaurants awards went right on the winners were announced in a video live stream in place of a ceremony originally planned for soccer prefecture Japan during cherry blossom season Singapore's debts held under the title of Asia's best.
"u. s" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Historian of strategy and things military casualties in World War two of rule sixty million dead U. S. and that this is irresponsible as well I you know I I saw one doctor saying half of a million dead and the other a very respectable radio said half a million dead and look I'm just a logic I hear nobody's had not even China China Italy it out even run even Iran which is nobody's had numbers like that why would the United States have numbers like at the that I don't even know how you extrapolate that number I mean I guess if it I mean that we can you know this is you know that there are liars downed wires or statistics or S. so I we were talking in the break I think first I think a big part of why we will get through this as Americans have decided that social distancing this is good I I'm not going pretty rapidly they you know actually it wasn't well I did we were familiar with that was it because the federal government told us to we as Americans decided to do this and and I that makes it way more effective and I think it it'll help dramatically it's the most important thing the testing thing I think is largely a distraction at this point I mean testing is value there's no question about you know to stop the spread it's it's it's not the silver bullet to to controlling the the virus social distancing really really as and then again effective medical response taking care of consequences in communities that that that's it but here's where I think this may actually make us stronger first of all who are the best people at responding to disasters and crisis people who have been through a disaster crisis Americans now all have experiences together we're gonna be a stronger people fort resiliency will increase we are discovering new sources of resiliency so for example the heritage foundation like every other thing tag we decided we're not gonna operate out of the building we're gonna enhance social distancing you know what else we discovered we can do everything we do now without that damn building are you gonna sell the building I doubt that there is a very nice place to stay but I think more people organised governed new ways to do things were going to invent new businesses were Helen St new capabilities they were thing so we're going to we're figuring out how to get on with the business of being America and and and what and when the virus goes away hopefully at the end of the of the flu season and regular business come back we're not going to lose all the valuable constructive things we've learned in the last couple weeks and months and I I think we will be down there look let's let's be honest here who's gonna get hurt like small businessmen it is wage employees this is going to be tough for them because literally their economies are not designed to go with thirty days of of disruption so this is going to have an impact on a fellow Americans but one we're gonna help take care of our our friends and neighbors we just are because that's what we do is America the second thing this economy's gonna bounce really back strong and and and everybody's gonna rise from the ashes well this is a great new businesses people are going to you know pick up and pay their mortgage and and I think we'll be just fine and that as a doctor books mentioned who is the chief coordinator for the coronavirus response team at the press conference today in the rose garden in prior cases in nineteen eighty five for example during that outbreak it took six years to work out the proper response screening and vaccines we're doing it in weeks now not years you know people always have all their testing in South Korea other tested whatever we will we have actually seen as analysis that says all the testing actually made their response more efficient or that they're testing is actually any good thank you we don't have exact yeah so I I'd so people began the problem is is the critics need something hard once they pick this testing thing like it's the silver bullet yeah you know just like a train it was always all famous spot right they need this thing they need is a single point of failure and a look I let's be honest our testing regime was not rolled out efficiently effectively the president what did what the actually is the genius the president I'd states is that let's say it's the federal government has just demonstrated they can't do this it's not my fault I didn't bill the federal government so I'm gonna turn to the people who can and they are there whether it's rose whether it's Google this is always has been always will be a results oriented to presidents because that's what he's been doing for fifty years and the private sector we've been told to Jim Carafano vice president of all things masculine for policy at the heritage foundation check out his new article on why the president's measures are working we.
"u. s" Discussed on AP News
"U. S. is under a national emergency because of the rapid spread of the new coronavirus the most recent tally from the CDC has more than two thousand cases in America and more than four dozen deaths although for most people symptoms are only mild to moderate the governor of Montana is just announced the virus has entered his state reporting for cases there president trump made the emergency declaration to free up federal funds AP news for Friday March thirteenth twenty twenty I'm Jackie Quinn the U. S. is under a national emergency because of the rapid spread of the new coronavirus the most recent tally from the CDC has more than two thousand cases in America and more than four dozen deaths although for most people symptoms are only mild to moderate the governor of Montana is just announced the virus has entered his state reporting for cases there president trump made the emergency declaration to free up federal funds at a rose garden news conference the president said the declaration will free up to fifty billion dollars for state and local governments virus response is also waiving interest on federally held student loans among other moves the administration's been criticized for a slow virus testing rollout no I don't take responsibility at all blaming it on an old system not equipped for this size outbreak the president says more tests are being made available but urged people not to rush forward without certain symptoms it's totally unnecessary but says he will most likely be tested Sager make on the at the White House the second person who was at Mar a Lago with president trump last weekend as tested positive for corona virus the mayor of Miami who attended that event is also sick and first daughter Ivanka trump along with Attorney General William Barr met with an Australian official who has since come down with Kobe at nineteen house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the negotiations with the White House produced a federal aid package that will help families and workers impacted by the virus provide for free testing sick leave benefits and food assistance for kids who aren't getting meals because their schools are closed now working together we will once again prevail and will come out stronger than before most major sports events are canceled in the U. S. even some retail outlets like American dream this is ABC news Boeing and southwest are working to learn more about a crack that ruptured in the skin of a jet that it taken off from Las Vegas the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a twelve inch crack that ruptured the skin on a Boeing seven thirty seven jet operated by Southwest Airlines the cost the jet to gradually lose cabin pressure the incident occurred Monday on a flight from Las Vegas to Boise Idaho according to flight records the pilots initiated a rapid six minute descent from thirty nine thousand feet to a safe cabin pressure at twenty two thousand feet southwest and the FAA say oxygen masks did not deploy in the passenger cabin the jet landed safely in Boise I might cross yep New York state has opened its first drive through corona virus test center it's opened in the hard hit suburb of new Rochelle the governor says it's safer to test people in their cars stocks had a rebound Friday the Dow up nearly two thousand points I'm Jackie Quinn APNews celebrate the big two oh two oh with T. mobile switch now get.
"u. s" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So with respect to that they're driving out there or they're not the millennials yeah they absolutely are they want they want to get immersed into a brand they want a relationship with a brand new house of this whole theory of transitioning your brand from aspirational to lifestyle brand and lifestyle brands they like say behind me they're not yes the ratio where people are thinking of some day I might be able to own that they create the sense that I want this today I'll it's my it defines me and they could probably get there today too and and nothing will stop them from buying it one of the interesting part of this thing is this year they say twenty four trillion dollars what a half times the whole U. S. economy our is going to be that the wealth of the global millennials right so so yeah I listen and I always say look you realize that it when we're gray's entrees work they're going to be running this place at night right here for me I mean it in the end the main reason that millennials already can arguably control significant levels of wealth is because of the you know boomers are are transferring their wealth by me I guess the other piece of it though there's a really big disparity between the haves and the have nots to the millennials gap path of the wealth is owned by the one percent to million that is just how free market economies work but that's how it is in in stock so if you think in terms of of the spending power and the fact of the incomes closer to the top when you're faced with anything from healthcare marketing to be to be had to be to be the same hi how are you having to shift in how do you how do you even negotiate the change would get theirs you're dealing with guys the boredom that are already right right well you just kinda have to take him by the lapels look use you used to do doesn't work and don't do it and if you want to do that I'm not the guy for you go find someone else you know we're looking for companies that want to disrupt money and if they do not want to do it traditionally because none of that stuff is really breaking through right.
"u. s" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To you by U. S. heating and air conditioning after another warm day temperatures overnight will be steadily mild with lows in the fifties dropping down to fifty six degrees in Orlando and through the day on Monday gets even warmer look for a high of eighty degrees with mostly sunny skies from saline eye witness news a meteorologist Kissinger creamy such security triple team traffic hi for remain slow westbound right by colonial with delays reaching back to Fairbanks is bone is got a little bit heavier on the eastbound I. four is got a little bit heavier just passing up Conroy and still towards the attraction Jerry eastbound looking heavy by world center drive and westbound approaching the four to nine this report sponsored by little Caesars order your favorite pizza online and get it delivered delivery available from participating locations only delivery fees apply triple team traffic I'm Michael call ME AT news ninety six point five W. DPO this is channel nine Eyewitness News chief meteorologist Tom Terry this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic news ninety six point five W. DPO states Joe Kelly joined me for Orlando's morning news every weekday morning starting at five just ask Alexa to set an alarm and wake up to news ninety six point five W. DDL and when you get in your car listen to ninety six point five FM and I make sure to get you to work on time with triple team traffic and help you get around the changes from the I. four ultimate project now as the experts weekend continues news ninety six point five W. DPO the show was not a medical opinion and does not consent to doctor patient relationship come in here and say that Hey everybody welcome to the show this is those stages of life featuring one of my closest friends Dr David Klein of the stages of life institute it is just all provide for at four thirty four just a hop skip and a yodel from wherever you are listening to us today you want to call in and talk to the doctor now's the time to get on the line eight four four two two zero zero nine six five eight four four two two zero zero ninety six right now it's a medical show you have your privacy of your privacy so just call yourself Cynthia okay and we'll go from there already the calls are coming in Dr one of my good friends who shall remain nameless left church this morning and suddenly came down with the cold or the flu or the sun ever yeah okay it just seems like we have the coldest day yesterday almost on record today we're gonna be in the eighties yeah okay this is a cold is a this is a great gift when it comes to our first record alright the gift that hello does give all green you got it well it cost me my banana plants no no might be a it it wiped him out why didn't have tests out there you know keeping them warm weather because she was preoccupied doing other things and other places and so many events of the banana plants are now yellowed history okay they'll grow back so I'm not gonna mourn them yet okay wasn't hard freezers just enough to knock them down if it's not if it's not the cold it's the bare anyway what something essentially tearing those things down so I wanted to discuss today okay is this issue with the weather changes whether it's a hot cold cold hot hot cold cold whatever happens to be the change ability in the weather tends to reduce our immune system's effectiveness to fight off respiratory tract problems in most of these infections are viral but not all viral but most of them aren't the vast majority are yeah few of the more.
"u. s" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And will be evacuated on a U. S. charter flight the U. S. embassy confirming it will coordinate that flight a corona virus now blamed for more than fifteen hundred deaths in mainland China with over sixty six thousand confirmed cases of Americans on board ought to decide about being evacuated by tomorrow when the plane comes but many of them tell us that they're not scared for their health is meant the last eleven days trying to avoid everyone and now they're about to get on a bus and a plane with potentially sick people ABC's Maggie ruling in Yokohama once back in the U. S. Americans will be quarantined at military facilities for another two weeks president trump weighing in a day after Attorney General William Barr told ABC news that the president's tweets on federal cases and about DOJ staffers was making his job more difficult at times quote impossible say the tweets need to stop on DOJ cases bar also said the president didn't ask him to do anything in a criminal case the prompted the president to tweet that he had the legal right to do so but has chosen not to maybe he's care of Phillips is in west Palm Beach Florida where the president is spending the weekend at his Florida state pretty stunning to see this that dissent from the president's inner circle when bill Barr came forward and said you know what I think it's time to stop the tweeting about department of justice criminal cases well as the president does he doubles down what did he do he goes to Twitter tomorrow the president will go to the Daytona five hundred race he'll attend and be the second sitting president to attend the race following former president George W. bush he'll become the first president though to call the race telling drivers to start their engines in Chicago with NBA all star weekend at the United center along with competition tributes for Kobe Bryant and his daughter former president Barack Obama also making a surprise appearance at the rising star event last night tip off for the big game is tomorrow night you're listening to ABC news Arizona's station T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the key T. A. R. news app your breaking news and traffic a two line Gabriel Camino the head of the Arizona chamber of commerce and industry says corona virus threatens the global economy and Arizona will be impacted Arizona chamber president CEO Glenn hammer worried about a pair of Arizona's biggest economic engines terrorism and our our manufacturing industry get because the day complicated nature and the global nature of the supply chain Arizona's growers another concern cotton exporters for example hammer says there will be a negative effect on the American economy is just a matter of how much and a big part of that will really be depended upon how long it takes that to get that terrible virus under control Jim cross KTA art is thousands possibly millions of Arizonans don't have the real ID to fly domestically with October first deadline approaching soon Arizona Republican congresswoman Debbie Lesko has introduced a bill called the trusted traveler real ID relief back that would allow people to use their free check certification instead of real ID to avoid a major travel disruptions there when thousands of people show up on October first and after of this year and don't have a real ID how are they going to that these people and get them through TSA screening so they can get on the plane if Congress approves Lesko's bill airports will accept pre pre check credentials through April twenty twenty two and Arizona representative is introducing a bill that would bar the city of Phoenix from adding fees to ride share services at sky harbor airport representative Travis randoms bill would stop.
"u. s" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"About the water situation water solutions because I think it's something that that we can so easily take for granted here in the U. S. couple just statistics for you here so John are we appealed play a little game here I'm gonna I'm gonna ask you a question all right so we were reverse role role reversal here how many gallons of water do you think the average human being needs for drinking baiting whatever on a daily basis I don't know I'll tell you what I heard okay was it was that eight thirty gallon per person limit is way too low yep and be accurate that's about all I know yeah so they'd so everything that I've read and I've done some research on this about a hundred gallons a day is what most human beings need to survive okay so that's drinking bathing washing things like that hundred gallons a day that's probably knocked up a little bit because of the U. S. we district crazy we use a lot of water right so maybe the developing world is less than that so so that's the number one thing number two yeah you heard Maria talk about that when she was asked what's the water situation they used to have to walk a half an hour each way for water I did families that have told me they they walk hours every day to get water it might be two or three miles you know one way and then they have to bring it back to think about the hardship that that brings on people and and and and most of the countries like in Guatemala that burden falls to the mom and also to kids and so because kids have to carry water just to keep the family need an again think about what we just talked about if you need it let's go with your number thirty gallons of water what do you think it's gonna look like imagine your world for second if suddenly you don't have access to water except at the lake a mile away wait living things yeah living without water is not an option so now how is your life can change when you have to carry water and how much water can you Kerry even as a strapping man right maybe two five gallon buckets could you only got two hands that's about all you can do so at the very least if you can Kerry ten gallons of water per trip you're making three trips a day and you figure in travel time slab of it's gonna slash out to get to make that journey right now think about that for a second now let me let me plan another seed again we take water for granted I got a bottle of water right here I've filled out cutter I travel I carry middle water bottle water bottle try to be green okay I feel this thing I try to drink like a hundred ounces of water a day so I always fill this thing out lot of people drink bottled water how much do you think we spent in America every year on bottled water I have no idea in two thousand sixteen it was twelve billion dollars a year do you know what it would take to solve the global water crisis according to most experts about fifteen billion dollars if we get there fifteen billion dollars at the global water problem every human being who doesn't have access to potable water right now what happened and we drink from probably now that amount of bottled water every year in America and so water is something we take for granted but in a country like Guatemala you heard Maria say into food for the poor delivered water right here to us we I had to go walking get water had to take my kids to get water and so again if you think about your ability to meet that one need even if we take food off the table just the ability to give another human being access to clean safe drinking water that's huge and you can do that through food for the poor at eight five five eight four nine forty six seventy three that's.
"u. s" Discussed on KCRW
"It is always a long everybody you know in a way honestly it was kind of anti climactic the signing of the partial U. S. trying to trade deal this morning there was some speechifying of course about five minutes of actual signing in hand shaking and then it was done ninety four pages in all China promises the by two hundred billion dollars in U. S. goods and services over the next two years the U. S. gets market access over there and some technology transfer protections the devil of course is in the details and it has to be said here that almost all of president trump's tariffs on Chinese imports stay but it's a start especially for American farmers who have been whacked the hardest by this trade war we've gotten Abraham this on the phone she is a fourth generation corn and soybean farmer in Franklin County I she is also the one if you remember let me driver combine when we were out there a couple of months ago April it's great to have you back on again yeah great to hear from you so were you watching this morning or were yeah out working I know it's cold and snowy and got in Iowa in January so I was inside glued to the TV waiting for all of the big numbers and are you satisfied with with the numbers as we know them so far well you know what there is thank you wrote so many numbers that you know what I'm sticking with the is the forty billion that Chinese vice minister said China would promise to buy that's the forty billion yeah and then war if needed so that's a huge jump from what we have been doing even from two thousand seventeen one where it records so you know we'll go where we're at yeah but wait if they were hit records before and now it's even more do you think they can actually do it because that's that's the the nut graph on this whole thing right yes it is none of us farmers are running out like the president's and buying tractors and buying more land let me just put that out there right now those were the record numbers in two thousand seventeen and we've gone way down from there since the terrace of them put on so it's gonna be hard to regain that market share and then add on top of that so I guess were all optimistically our whole okay you know that and you know yeah that's that's but that's for me so right right look you you go back and forth the China lot you do a lot of you know sort of client and customer management over there if you talk to anybody over there about this yet I'm a little bit my brother and one sister all actually live in China so we talked about it he was back over Christmas and you know they're all looking forward to it and what we forget in America is they need this deal just as much as we do so are we tend to look past that I think but some that's the most we've talked about it we didn't have any kind of specific numbers then but I think they're looking forward to some kind of a deal what's the Z. yeah what's the buzz at the place you and I had lunch what's what's the name of the place Bradford cafe yeah number two tenderloin and Iowa and actually I had with the coffee boys that you meant some of them I said okay I'm gonna be talking the chi reinstall tomorrow what's what do you guys think and they all said you know it was kinda I hate to use the movie line but show me the money you know it's an and we're going into now where Brazil's crop is coming online there soybean crop so they traditionally China moves and buys from Brazil now so what at what all of us are thinking is we really won't see an increase in prices until later in the year and in fact I just got my text message from my Cargill processing plant in soybeans are down thirteen and a half cents so market's gonna do it it's going to be around yeah so it was kind of a you know okay all right well tell you what I'll be back out there like when the weather's warmer spring time maybe that work for you yes I just got another plan so commonplace now in our as soon see all right lovely of apple pie thanks April M. is out now I or we got her on Skype the details as we said finally out on this deal but that does not mean there are still a bunch of questions many of which came from you because we asked you to send a Brett Johnson from Los Angeles what third party country benefited the most while the saga played on for example where did China sign unexpected deals they may otherwise have had here it's a great question right who picked up the business the United States has lost in the past year or so marketplace Kimberly Adams has the answer search I didn't really need to sign a bunch of new trade deals the country's businesses just sold their stuff elsewhere to make up for the drop in US sales and bought more from other suppliers instead of the US on the export side Chinese companies sold more to Europe exports were up almost ten percent in the U. K. and there was an even bigger increase in exports to other Asian countries on the import side at the Asia focused financial services group and the more I dug into this and pointed to the windfall that came to countries like Chile Malaysia and Argentina due to a surge in demand for the agricultural goods China used to buy from the US the biggest winner though was a Vietnam which picked up business from companies shifting supply chains out of China to avoid those terrorists Kimberly Adams for us in Washington more of your questions her answers elsewhere in the program today on Wall Street is Wednesday mostly pleased I guess we'll have the details when we do the numbers the retail lesson of this Wednesday is old what a difference a quarter makes started said today it expects sales for the current quarter which includes this month and the holiday season that's important is include holidays said those more gonna miss the mark sales growth will be less than half of what it expected it's a pretty big let down for a company that had been stringing together a bunch a good quarters last time we checked in on target in late November and what's the word I'm looking for here boffo would be a good description of its profit report today everything up more than anybody had been guessing well that was me in November bought from boffo then the below expectations market place's Megan McCarty Carino as this one target had been on a bit of a winning streak as it focused on boosting internet sales and remodeling stores Charlie OJ with moody's analytics says the latest quarter is likely just a hiccup it's perfectly logical it's explainable he says all those areas where target has been doing well held.
"u. s" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"How to stop a running toilet can you patch a small hole in dry well I can but it's not all a good thing can you replace a washer on a leaky faucet those types of things without consulting the internet Hey and if so how did you learn did you learn from your parents did you learn it from at you know just from owning a home and so you went to a neighbor or something or did you get on the internet and have to learn how to do it eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine the older you are the more likely you are to be able to do this but U. S. homeowner spent an average of ten thousand dollars on repairs in twenty eighteen ten thousand dollars no I learned a lot of this stuff because I'm the oldest and the only girl and my father really really really wanna voice so I grew up in the so stereotypical tomboy I I had Scott cars I had matchbox cars my father every Christmas I would get something for Christmas that my father wanted so I had to train track and you put the drops in and it would make smoke and I had a race car track list so because my dad really well I had trucks I have dolls I had all that stuff because my dad really wanted a boy so so I learned how to do that stuff and my father made each one of us when we got cars and we we we started driving you had to know how to change tire before my father let you take the car you we had to know he said I had to learn how to change the oil with him no I never did it on my own nor was I going to I would just like pay one of my brothers or something but I didn't have to do that but he made sure I knew how to do it and he made sure that we could read a manual to figure out how to do something if god forbid we were by ourselves and something broke and it did happen it happened when I was in college I had a you know the I had an old car so had the role down windows were and I'm rolling the window down and all the.
"u. s" Discussed on KTOK
"Being with us many U. S. homeowners who need cash for taking it out of their properties the trade off higher interest rates Ben Eisen banking reporter at the Wall Street journal has look at cash out refinancing spend set this up where people who basically have equity in their homes and want to turn that into cash they they had a a new mortgage they require that their mortgage and includes the balance and pull cash out and it was something that it you know it got more popular the last two years it was very popular before the financial crisis when people use their homes at eight PM these days it's not quite like that but it it you know I have gotten more popular with people generally using this money for you for anything a lot of people either to renovate a house a lot of people use the to consolidate their dad PM credit card that kind of thing some people pull money out to and that the new property so when they do this sometimes they sacrifice a decent rate on the mortgage when they refinance yeah this what we thought it was particularly interesting which is that you know generally you think of me but at the your mortgage work to lower your rate hear what people are doing it actually raising their rates so you know if you bought a house twenty twelve or twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen and you've got a rock bottom interest rate on your mortgage and now you're going to pull out equity you kind of have to give up that very low mortgage rates and might be paying a little bit more in order to to tap that that bad equity in your home generally speaking that rates even though it might be higher I is less expensive than say a home equity line of credit or a personal loan well yeah that's definitely one of the things that's been kind of going on here is that you see people using cash out refinances other need the poly cash out of your home like a home equity line of credit so home equity line of credit the rate for that is based on a different benchmark it sort of moved a bit differently than thirty year fixed mortgage rate so you know it's more beneficial for people in town that has rather than getting that home equity line to instead we fight at their home and their entire home and and rate the rate a little bit but still keep it much lower than the home equity line bursting with Ben Eisen banking reporter at the Wall Street journal his pieces called Americans are taking cash out of their homes and it is costing them to mention the trade off in rates but it's not always that way right you said sometimes homeowners can lower the rates of these cash out deals definitely definitely and it's you know generally speaking the magic the majority of people this year have actually lower their rate their cash out refinances but what we've noticed is is over the last two or so years then elevated share of people I would say are now increasing that rate because they're now we find that these mortgages out rock bottom right but still you know if you got a mortgage last year thirty year fixed dead in almost five percent which is where average rates where at this time last year and now you're going to do a cash out refinance you you could very well lower your rate so it really depends on the circumstance and and then when you got your original mortgage it's been been eyes in banking reporter.
"u. s" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Weakest impeachment in U. S. history with zero evidence of a crime the modal me on Wednesday release two Democrats voting against this seventy percent American people approve of this Jackie and often Jim call me I policy get the latest news right I was wrong I was overconfident China all this sex for these talk radio six eighty this circle game yes the circle the river to the circle game ever played this certainly was it something that you did teenage years some people seem to do it in their adulthood two but it's just a dumb game that kids play and now now cadets in Annapolis in west point are being investigated as to whether or not they were playing the circle game or whether or not they were secretly flashing white power symbols to other people around I don't know I don't know does it but Hey you know what how about we given the benefit of the doubt before we pronounce these kids serving our country as races you know Alexander Vendramin the lieutenant colonel who testified against the president he's a hero and how dare you question his word at all he's a man of integrity and then the cadets are well there is of white power problem in Annapolis and at west point and we must root it out the same people saying those same things let's let's go to the phones for one of the V. C. B. M. six eighty or one hundred W. CBM six eighty Homer and rising sun welcome the program armor zero Hey did you play the circle game growing up yes and I want to tell you about it I've got three points to make you feel like me thank you got about two minutes to do it okay first point the reason the Democrats and the media so hot about this is from got a tremendous ovation at the game yes yelled and screamed for trial okay second point when somebody Schlueter's show through the cirque when I was a kid and you were quick enough and put your finger through the circle thank chancel without then you get to punch him okay and the third point I want to make is they were talking about the city about the almost will push through it with the blouse you away and just give him a ticket demolished state good molded Muslim a blue state let's send a California the lovely weather out there Homer I appreciate the phone call yeah I forgot about that it I read there I was like what is the circle game so I googled it and and the rules to state clearly if you get your finger in there you get the punch them back again it's look if if you're out somewhere you're not carrying a ball or a ball of admitting or or whatever with you you find something to do people are creative and they came up with this I'd never heard of it before but Hey it is legitimate and been around awhile and now it is being used for power because everything is political Sandra in a car you're next on the Derek hunter show hello Sandra well I when I was in high school and junior high school in the seventies that's what they did and they use their credit well over there Friday yeah they make you look at the thing and then a glass and then thank you yeah I mean that's here's what they did with senator did you realize at the time the you are perpetuating white supremacy and racism because every black white yeah but will they all were in on it apparently had a date you know is that's that's the saddest part is all the unwitting self is the prince in white supremacy yeah I I I appreciate that was it did you play or did you was it just the guys punching each other yeah after and so much of the male teenage years is scratch centric as a matter of fact Rick is right yeah well that was the point of it I appreciate the call center were just up against news that's that's it it was just Steve what people have their fun but no now you can be used for political purposes therefore it must be run whether CBS news report next.
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"The breakfast V. and V. is from one to watch this record climbing up the charts it was going to see a baby I need to U. S. what's your name I need to I'm on the when you go if you like it I love I'm going back to go get a you go I need to I need to U. S. we soon weekends with the breakfast club next.
"u. s" Discussed on KTRH
"Objects that have been observed entering slash operating in the air space of various military control training ranges so that's the exact quote from the U. S. navy on why they use you a piece that's as far as I got them to go but that is the first time that I'm aware of where the US military went on the record and said this is how we define a U. A. P. because up until this last week there's been references to it but never definition so things are starting to get pried loose a little bit and and that's what's exciting to this because I did not expect those statements at all and yet there they came so it was it was a pretty exciting week for me is there anything else I can fall under that the umbrella of you a P. that would be an identified such as drones or some secret technology from China or Russia or our own maybe DARPA is testing stuff that would fall under U. A. P. yeah it's a great question and something that'll probably be pondered on for for quite some time by people like us and also those that are trying to explain what's going on that the skeptics of the bunkers of the world cannot be a foreign piece of technology absolutely but the Air Force I believe was the one that couple months ago gave a statement and I'm paraphrasing here but they essentially said we'd be very surprised if it was China or Russia or Iran or you know some other country eat with this technology so then the question is well if it's not foreign as a domestic so does the US navy not know that the United States Air Force is flying drones in and around their warships in battle ships and so on and so forth that's absolutely a possibility and that is a fascinating story all in itself if it were to be true and it's something that we would be it would be very difficult to prove that our own military one branch is testing its technology on a nother bran. definitely a possibility but one that would absolutely surprised me. part of it is keep in mind the tic tac incident happened help for quite a long time ago you know back in in two thousand four so from then until two thousand nineteen. and they're still going on the record saying we have no idea what this is that to me is is fairly interesting because if it was the U. S. Air Force let's create a hypothetical U. S. Air Force through drone or some kind of technology or or whatever it might be and they're testing it without the navy's knowledge you'd think from then until now they would essentially tell them what happened or they would be made aware of it or if it was a classified piece of information press officers and spokespeople are are cleared they are cleared to hear and see certain things let's be honest I mean sometimes they'll spend things also and and and not comment and refused to comment that happens and even happened to me with this story which I'm sure we'll get into as you as you push for details but that being said they are cleared to hear certain things so if they're cleared to hear it and it's classified and they hear in the navy they hear the airforce was the one that really because this entire thing for the USS Nimitz in the Princeton and so on then they would create our craft a statement around that that would still be accurate but wouldn't essentially give this whole or that it was on identified at least that's my opinion they would probably say were aware of what's going on however details are classified or details remain classified and leave it at that they do that all the time and yet they have it so for them to go on a record on the record for a case that old now that is that old but you know quite a few years ago now and still say we have absolutely no idea that's intriguing so there's a lot of explanations of what the U. A. P. phenomena could be but for that much time to have passed in the US navy it's still saying Hey we have no idea what this is that's something big in my opinion this is coast to coast AM our guest tonight John green wall he broke two stories this week when we come back after the break we'll get to story number two it's Saturday night I. costar mirrors to me church this is coast to coast AM..