23 Burst results for "Utah Idaho"

"utah idaho" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Response stay connected with news on the go on the go online on Alexa and Google home on ninety three W. Y. B. C. B. C. H. T. Y. Indianapolis each time is being banned in one part of Florida find him to sell stocks news beaches in Miami Dade county will be closed over the July fourth weekend the decision comes as coronavirus cases search across the state and Florida is not alone Texas and Florida both those states taking steps backward after initially being very aggressive in re opening their economies putting new restrictions on bars and serving alcohol indoors in Florida they have seen more than a seventy percent increase in new cases of the corona virus it just the past week Florida has seen more than a five hundred percent jump in new cases since Memorial Day Sox's Steve Harrigan several other states marking record highs for new cases including Utah Idaho and South Carolina travel to much of Europe from the U. S. could be banned due to rising covert nineteen cases the E. U. is compiling a list of countries whose citizens will not be allowed back into Europe once virus restrictions are lifted about fifteen million Americans visit Europe every year putting a stop to the destruction of monuments and statues president trump threatening lengthy prison sentences for offenders he signed an executive order dealing with some of these monuments and threatening to take federal funding way to local cities and towns that do not protect these monuments he announced that yesterday now in some cases monuments were taken down by city officials but in many cases these monuments were taken down with chains and set on fire Sox's David sponde debate over the state flag of Mississippi has been contentious state lawmakers meeting this weekend could vote to remove the Confederate emblem from the flag in a tweet governor Tate Reeves says lawmakers have been deadlocked for days he goes on to say if they send him a bill he'll sign it America is listening to fox news there's never been a more critical time fox news media is bringing America together America is watching this debate on fox.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"They will be closed over the July fourth weekend the decision comes as coronavirus cases search across the state and Florida is not alone Texas and Florida both those states taking steps backward after initially being very aggressive in re opening their economies putting new restrictions on bars and serving alcohol indoors in Florida they have seen more than a seventy percent increase in new cases of the corona virus in just the past week Florida has seen more than a five hundred percent jump in new cases since Memorial Day Sox's Steve Harrigan several other states marking record highs for new cases including Utah Idaho and South Carolina travel to much of Europe from the U. S. could be banned due to rising covert nineteen cases the E. U. is compiling a list of countries whose citizens will not be allowed back into Europe once virus restrictions are lifted about fifteen million Americans visit Europe every year putting a stop to the destruction of monuments and statues president trump threatening lengthy prison sentences for offenders he signed an executive order dealing with some of these monuments and threatening to take federal funding away to local cities and towns that do not protect these monuments announced that yesterday now in some cases monuments were taken down by city officials but in many cases these monuments were taken down with chains and set on fire Sox's David sponsored debate over the state flag of Mississippi has been contentious state lawmakers meeting this weekend could vote to remove the Confederate emblem from the flag in a tweet governor Tate Reeves says lawmakers have been deadlocked for days he goes on to say if they send him a bill he'll sign it America is listening to fox news there's never been a more critical time.

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Heritage Foundation, Steve Moore And Visiting Fellow discussed on Lars Larson

Lars Larson

08:53 min | 1 year ago

Heritage Foundation, Steve Moore And Visiting Fellow discussed on Lars Larson

"Tonight and Steve Moore joins us now distinguished visiting fellow at the project for economic growth at the heritage foundation the author most recently of trouble now makes inside the America first plan to revive our economy Steve before we get into talking about dixieland can I ask you what you make of the federal reserve's move I I know is anticipated ahead of time that this quarter point drop in interest rates and what your take is on the well as you know I've been a strong supporter for the last year of of lower rates and that's one of the reasons that Donald Trump had done nominated me to be on a summer resort because I I do want to say the fad you know but restore strong solid money in this country and is the fed's tightening actions of late last year it will not likely slow the economy and because of massive reduction in the stock market and so I think is the right move unfortunately that that chairman and see if that John Paul made a statement when he was making this nonsense that you know with this this may not may only be one you know rate cut and that was a mistake because the market wants more rate cuts and and their need to be at least one maybe two more and so the felt a market stall it was a big selloff day on the stock market today and I think that's because strong Powell signaled that he may not be continuing to cut rates and we need another one or two were great productions can I ask you this Steve does anybody measure what the market rate value of money would be not the artificial rate set by this you know sort of government agency the fed but I do believe it would be like saying well you know the actual because because the government sets the cost is acts five dollars but but if it was actually the free market it would be three dollars I mean does anybody measure that and and I I almost so you be worthwhile start pointing out the difference the actual market value of the money you know it it did this represented by the federal raid would be you know two and a half percent but the fed is set at three and and and then measure the differential it's a great question what this there's a there's so many mythologies about the fact that this is one of the reasons that I think a lot of people that mom and some reports that was exposing a lot less cells is one of them is that the United States federal reserve sets the interest rates it does not that's just the price in interest rates that's the price that that you know are calibrate states you know supply and demand of credit in that shot we are mostly by the private sector two people one of our people willing to lend the money install the fat you know the reason the sad needed to load lower interest rates not to lower the interest rates you know that thanks our church and so on but the issue is more money into the economy my line is that we create a really strong economy which record low unemployment you know a great sure you know stock welcome in the everybody wanting invest night stage the study has not accommodated that floats with an additional infusion of money so I I believe that the role of that should be the simply keep the dollar stable which is why you've got a great your question so white you know what the reason we have a currency is so the dollars today will be worth what they will be two years from now or five years or ten years from now travels around with Venezuela officials say is right because you all the blood of the initial Basil may not be worth anything so we want to keep the dollar strong as good as gold and I think one way of doing that right now is to lower rates getting more you'll get more growth with more money in the economy without inflation without inflation let's take a moment to talk about the south though the southern part of the United States because you you're an interesting take on this that that the south has been one of the hotter locations but but for some reason now is it falling behind no actually you know so I was responding to a piece in the Wall Street journal the news pages about a month ago it which was saying of the south is not you know that the heart region of the country anymore and now simulate a minute look at nine on the fourth side you know hot stage right now in the south you got Texas you got Florida got Tennessee you got shorter in North Carolina and those are five of the ten fastest growing states in the country right now next fall last you've got somebody's pretty fast growing states yes well states like Utah Idaho Washington Oregon but you know the shelters that is not coming to a screeching halt in fact it is growing and it's because it's taking a lot of jobs a lot of people out of the northern states especially in the northeast and allow those northern midwestern states and they continue to slide into the south because of low taxes right to work laws and they kind of pro business atmosphere and so we don't I mean my goodness Texas from two thousand seven to two thousand fourteen create more jobs and then the other forty nine states combined you know so Texas burn rate in Florida is now the new taxes and affordable myself now this is a mythology that somehow those houses slowing down and the northeast by the way those black I've called them the four states of the apocalypse and I think you know which a lot of you know my home state of Illinois New Jersey Connecticut New York the four states without papers with the highest taxes in the country have the biggest financial problems and a losing their people and I I'll tell you what they're gone they're going to Nashville they're going to Miami they're going to places like Austin Texas and so now the the rumors of the slow down in the south are greatly exaggerated so who's pushing that kind of mythology I mean in and walk out unions are and you know it's like this is very embarrassing to levels and I was listening to some of that debate you start up this conversation to talk about that the disgrace of what's happening on the democratic side of the island and its entry by the way to see you know what about what about nature to courage in this country is it you know the what terraced housing it Adam by you hours of eight well just to remind you no he kills you because I hear them saying last night things that a couple years ago I was telling my audience this is what's happening they said no no no the Democrats are not calling for the end of fossil fuels for the end of automobiles they're not calling for you know they're and they're saying and we're gonna make sure electric cars are made in union run plants and that the workers get part of the well the workers can have a piece of the action right now buy some stock in GM buy some stock in forward but by some stock in Toyota they've got the Toyotas understand makes more cars in America than it does in Japan so but but to have the government do yeah there are stylish thing eight no I I I think it's amazing and now there's a little bit off the top of your question but it's it's a heavy on my mind right now I've watched all three of these debates you know for that that each one last about an hour and a half right I'm not the whole thanks but I've watched most of them hello I can't think of one good idea that has come out of those debates not one maybe maybe have I missed one but it's all income redistribution raise taxes on the rich care down people are successful you know the the the the bowl of Americans to make all people which not to read make rich people poor and this idea that people are are villains because they've been Gretchen the drug companies are villains and the energy companies are villains are gonna tear them down high in and also so pessimistic and so this gets your question about why do people do you know why are people celebrating the south because the self does use this formula for taxes less regulation pro business and and none of those are the policies and Democrats are running nationally or in states like you know New York and Connecticut in California and in New Jersey and and you can see let's not make America look more like New Jersey let's make America look more like structures I couldn't agree with him I'm in fact I get curious about real estate around the country and I visited you know Louisiana and Mississippi I look at houses down there you can buy a house in in nice towns in Louisiana Mississippi I'm not talking right New Orleans but but in smaller towns of for what you could buy a parking spot New York City for which you can buy a nice house near the water down there I mean like a hundred a hundred thousand a hundred a quarter I mean we're the mortgages five hundred dollars a month or seven hundred dollars a month and you think well you could you could actually you know even if you are an average person making the minimum wage you know in in a family with two adults working you could easily afford that and and that what else flowers what are such a special here is that the right about that and I've talked to you know I know rich people in on another round needs of people are successful and you know millionaires and some of the universe and they moved out of California they've moved out of the level I did out of Michigan and northern New York and they've moved to Texas and Florida Tennessee and they tell me they can I I I Viewtiful host in Nashville or Miami or chairman Tony you know and and they can they can buy the house which is the money they save on the Traxxas reading and actually New York Connecticut rolling unbelievable his book is called trouble Namik she is Steve Moore from the

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"utah idaho" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"One one percent of every purchase. See? Fourteen past lake effect snow was piling up in New York yesterday more on that and the nation's weather from AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. We will still have some lake effect falling in portions of New York state in general that's going to wind down later on today and into tonight with just a few lingering snow showers later on accumulations, however for today are going to be considerably lighter than they were during the last twenty four hours aside from those areas of lake affects no we're not looking at any organized areas of precipitation across the country. That's going to lead to fairly quiet weather across the nation for today. We'll still have some lingering flurries across western portions of Pennsylvania and in general in the eastern, Ohio valley and around the Great Lakes. Nothing is going to accumulate though. And those flurries are going to diminish for tonight. We're also looking at some Mike pockets of snow that can bring small accumulations in some of the higher elevations of Colorado. Oh, Utah Idaho and on up into Montana. We are looking for another storm system to be approaching the northwest. That's just going to clip north western Washington. Widsom rain over the next twenty four hours. And it's not even going to be that heavy. We're also going to be keeping our eyes on a storm system that is going to move across northwestern, Mexico and affects southern portions of New Mexico and then eventually over into Texas. This is eventually going to turn into a larger storm that will impact the east over the weekend. And that's the weather across America. In Richmond Virginia today. We'll have sunny skies and a cool breeze with a high of forty three Omaha Nebraska. We'll have clouds and sun, a milder high of forty two that's the nation's weather AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. Sprinting too yesterday's national high.

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Whole Foods Huge Expansion: Going Rural and Suburban

Business Wars Daily

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Whole Foods Huge Expansion: Going Rural and Suburban

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday. January seventh welcomed at twenty nineteen everyone struggling to find a decent gluten-free cauliflower cheese puff in your towns. Local grocery store. Yeah. Me too. Well, our search may soon be over Amazon, which acquired whole foods in two thousand seventeen is planning a massive expansion of the upscale grocery chain. The push will bring whole foods markets to parts of Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming places where it has no stores now, and it'll add new stores in more suburbs. Cross the country the expansion should help make it's to our Amazon prime now. Delivery service available to more customers and should add fuel to last year's upward trajectory ho- food sales have been growing rapidly since Amazon acquired the company a reversal of the grocery stores declining fortunes before the acquisition Amazon's been attracting new customers to whole foods by offering good Amazon prime discounts. Last week. For instance, online shoppers could get twenty five percent off dietary supplements, but prime customers scored with an additional ten percent. Can you say loss leader whole foods has a lot of potential grow? It's online sales since suburban rural consumers are typically beyond its delivery area. Currently you have to be in one of sixty cities to have those familiar Brown bags delivered to your door. Wholefoods expansion news just like all of Amazon's plans for global market domination is a blow to competitors in the fiercely contested, grocery business, grocery profits, are slim, especially now that chains are offering more and more services in an effort to keep customers. Coming back. One of the scrappy, est of whole foods competitors is WalMart surprisingly enough, the affordable retail chain began saying the organic foods market well over ten years ago and it began going after natural food shoppers aggressively in twenty fourteen and last year it announced an. Eleven billion dollar expansion plan of its own to Bill new stores refresh old wounds, and you guessed it, streamline online, grocery shopping and make it more widespread, but will shoppers bite right now only about ten percent of us by groceries online once or twice a month, and generally is higher income families buying fruits and veggies from their desks, which means it'll take more the new stores for whole foods to convince people to have their fresh, salmon and wild blueberries delivered. It'll take ongoing discounts on those yummy items. From wondering this is business wars daily pay. If you like our show, leave us a review in five star rating on your favorite podcast out. They help others. Find the show do us. Good. Thanks for listening. I'm David Brown. And we'll see mar. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Now, there's a better way to ship. Send pro online by Pitney Bowes with simple online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in an all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments as well. Plus when the US PS postal rates increase on January twenty seventh you'll still be able to access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send just by using central online. Simple online is only fourteen dollars ninety nine a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PBA dot com slash b w daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help. You weigh your packages accurately, calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com slash. Be dearly and big thanks to Pitney Bowes in central online for sponsoring this show.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on Pod Save America

"A basis, in fact in J marts this to one point, you know, he's at all I did say in the piece that moderates and conservatives also did worse than Obama twenty twelve in rural areas, and it's like will. Yeah. But then why was the piece about Beto and Abrahams? Like, but that that is exactly the point is that there is no evidence connecting progressive policies or progressive candidates to democratic decline in rural areas, there's just zero and in fact is and you pointed this love it right after the election. Progressive policies did quite well in very red states, Utah Idaho, Nebraska, expand, Medicaid, Arkansas raised the minimum wage, Missouri raising minimum wage. A pro union resolution in two thousand eighteen Democrats did very well. With voters might get up to sixty three million votes. Twenty mid-term when when it's going to be about what Trump got in in two thousand sixteen more than Romney. It's more than McCain in Kansas, Laura, Kelly, outperform Clinton in rural areas in Wisconsin, Tony Evers outperformed Clinton tester out from Clinton in rural area. So there's a lot of anecdotal evidence ice struggle to draw large conclusions from this because it's a little bit apples to apples when you're looking at a mid term versa. Presidential blah, blah, blah. I think we need to compete for all voters everywhere. And we shouldn't wrap ourselves around. The axle Bates my issue, and you just pointed this out is Democrats cut Republicans margin in rural areas by anywhere from seven to thirteen points, depending on the exit poll between sixteen and eighteen. So we actually did. I mean, it's weird to use Obama twenty twelve as the jumping off point this piece does because we improved upon Hillary's margin to twenty sixteen. And in fact, if Democrats had. Done as well as Hillary did in rural areas in two thousand eighteen the three people, you just mentioned Tommy wouldn't have one Laura Kelly Tony ears or Jon tester. And so that's not to say, we figured it out. And now the trend is reversing. And now, we fixed are no we have a problem in rural America, but it's to say that because this is such a close country in all these races are so close it matters when certain groups voters in certain areas of the country sort of go back and forth between elections even if it's a little bit. What it should tell Democrats is? Yes, you should go and play in rural areas. I mean, what happened in Wisconsin? The Democratic Party the local Democratic Party the national on it went up there. They went to some of these counties than Clinton lost that had been trending from Obama. And they, you know, rebuilt relationships in those counties, and it helped me there's you know, I'd also say a larger point on this stories that look to find evidence of a simple divide inside the Democratic Party between the progressive wing and center wing, sometimes they're true. Sometimes they're very good stories. Sometimes they are a thesis that goes in search of evidence. Another example of Jerrold Nadler has been talking about subpoenaing Whitaker saying he I'm an invite him to testify or I may subpoena hem Elijah Cummings gave an interview said we're going to be very careful about subpoenas and make sure we're not going too fast. And those things were set side by side as some sort of evidence of sh the kind of divide within the Democratic Party. Should we go to heart? Should we not go harder? And it's like those things align they do. And so we spent a lot of time in the space between Bernie and Hillary in the space between mansion and Qazi Cortez. That's been a big part of our conversation. But there are many other conversations to have that is so important like there are real debates in this party to have especially around policy areas. Like is it Medicare for all?.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on Pod Save America

"A basis, in fact in J marts this to one point, you know, he's at all I did say in the piece that moderates and conservatives also did worse than Obama twenty twelve in rural areas, and it's like will. Yeah. But then why was the piece about Beto and Abrahams? Like, but that that is exactly the point is that there is no evidence connecting progressive policies or progressive candidates to democratic decline in rural areas, there's just zero and in fact is and you pointed this love it right after the election. Progressive policies did quite well in very red states, Utah Idaho, Nebraska, expand, Medicaid, Arkansas raised the minimum wage, Missouri raising minimum wage. A pro union resolution in two thousand eighteen Democrats did very well. With voters might get up to sixty three million votes. Twenty mid-term when when it's going to be about what Trump got in in two thousand sixteen more than Romney. It's more than McCain in Kansas, Laura, Kelly, outperform Clinton in rural areas in Wisconsin, Tony Evers outperformed Clinton tester out from Clinton in rural area. So there's a lot of anecdotal evidence ice struggle to draw large conclusions from this because it's a little bit apples to apples when you're looking at a mid term versa. Presidential blah, blah, blah. I think we need to compete for all voters everywhere. And we shouldn't wrap ourselves around. The axle Bates my issue, and you just pointed this out is Democrats cut Republicans margin in rural areas by anywhere from seven to thirteen points, depending on the exit poll between sixteen and eighteen. So we actually did. I mean, it's weird to use Obama twenty twelve as the jumping off point this piece does because we improved upon Hillary's margin to twenty sixteen. And in fact, if Democrats had. Done as well as Hillary did in rural areas in two thousand eighteen the three people, you just mentioned Tommy wouldn't have one Laura Kelly Tony ears or Jon tester. And so that's not to say, we figured it out. And now the trend is reversing. And now, we fixed are no we have a problem in rural America, but it's to say that because this is such a close country in all these races are so close it matters when certain groups voters in certain areas of the country sort of go back and forth between elections even if it's a little bit. What it should tell Democrats is? Yes, you should go and play in rural areas. I mean, what happened in Wisconsin? The Democratic Party the local Democratic Party the national on it went up there. They went to some of these counties than Clinton lost that had been trending from Obama. And they, you know, rebuilt relationships in those counties, and it helped me there's you know, I'd also say a larger point on this stories that look to find evidence of a simple divide inside the Democratic Party between the progressive wing and center wing, sometimes they're true. Sometimes they're very good stories. Sometimes they are a thesis that goes in search of evidence. Another example of Jerrold Nadler has been talking about subpoenaing Whitaker saying he I'm an invite him to testify or I may subpoena hem Elijah Cummings gave an interview said we're going to be very careful about subpoenas and make sure we're not going too fast. And those things were set side by side as some sort of evidence of sh the kind of divide within the Democratic Party. Should we go to heart? Should we not go harder? And it's like those things align they do. And so we spent a lot of time in the space between Bernie and Hillary in the space between mansion and Qazi Cortez. That's been a big part of our conversation. But there are many other conversations to have that is so important like there are real debates in this party to have especially around policy areas. Like is it Medicare for all?.

Democratic Party Obama Clinton Hillary Laura Kelly Tony Wisconsin Jerrold Nadler Tony Evers Beto Trump Abrahams Arkansas Jon tester McCain Romney Qazi Cortez America Elijah Cummings Utah Idaho
"utah idaho" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Six two six healthcare. Issues are a major factor in the selection both in terms of candidates and in terms of valid issues. We mentioned in the preceding our that. Voters in four states will be having a say so about marijuana including in. Cba zuri and in Utah a decisions to be made about medical marijuana. There are also healthcare issues including expanded Medicaid being considered by voters in Montana, Idaho. Nebraska, and Utah Idaho's prop two would expand Medicaid eligibility to people under sixty five whose income is one hundred thirty eight percent of the federal poverty level as wood debris aska's initiative for twenty seven and Utah's proposition three. And there are also other election related changes with the Medicated Democrats win at Georgia, Kansas Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Florida those states bite expand Medicaid as well in Montana. The ballot question could end the Medicaid expansion there. Other health issues are on the ballot in California, Massachusetts, Maine, and the Vada your thought about these various issues as opposed to candidate. Dr Maryland singleton. Yes. Medicaid expansion something that really has divided. I think number one a lot of people really don't understand how Medicaid works and how the payment works, and what the care is like in the Medicaid system, and there's many people who again, they're covered by Medicaid. But they don't have doctors in the states that did do Medicaid expansion. They've done studies to see her the the emergency room visits had gone down. They hadn't gone down some they had even gone up, and that was supposed to be the whole purpose. You have coverage you go. See your primary care doctor, and you don't go to the emergency room. What that translates to its people can't get appointments that the doctor and the doctor's offices are not open twenty four seven therefore they go to the emergency room. And most of the things they've gone to the emergency. Room for are not emerging primarily they turned local property taxes into their source of primary medical care because most hospitals are supported by local property taxes. That's right. The I know that there are some doctors out there, and for that matter, I think maybe some dentist as well. Who have refused? Medicare patients, I'm not sure about Medicaid is that also a trend. Well, there's more people that don't take Medicaid, Dan, don't take Medicare. It's harder to opt out of Medicare. You don't have to sign up for Medicaid in the first place, and Medicaid has you make a Medicaid contract, whereas Medicare it's almost automatic that you belong to Medicare as a Medicare provider, and then you have to go to a process called opting out. And only recently did that process become only a fraction more simple by making it for you didn't have to constantly opt out every two years than what opting out in tail is you have to write to Medicare fill out as actually quite a long form the same form new over and over and Medicare all the contract, you have with your patient. Than the patients have to refine the contracts every two years saying that they understand they're paying you cash and not the government just to make sure you weren't taking advantage of them. Those are very big deal opt out there or most doctors don't do it. I was gonna say the that some do go through that much hassle. And obviously that that it sounds like that red tape was was added maybe deliberately to to keep them from opting out the ones who do opt out I gather are losing a certain amount of money by taking Medicare patients. If you take Medicare Medicare, of course pays less than regular insurance. Exactly. So unfortunately, Medicare has become the standard, in fact in California where we had a surprise medical del law. What they used as the standard of what price a physician would be paid. If they were an out of network doctor would be Medicare or at most Medicare plus one hundred twenty five percent or plus twenty five percent. And so people use the Medicare payment is a standard and Medicare gets lower excuse me, lower and lower and lower every year, Medicaid is all about one half of what Medicare pays its it's tremendously. Well, and pediatricians are the ones who get burned really burned with Medicaid..

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"utah idaho" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Four six two six healthcare. Issues are a major factor in the selection both in terms of candidates, and in terms of the ballot issues, we mentioned in the preceding our that voters in four states will be having a say so about marijuana including in. Cba zuri and in Utah a decisions to be made about medical marijuana. There are also healthcare issues including expanded Medicaid being considered by voters in Montana, Idaho. Nebraska, and Utah Idaho's prop two would expand Medicaid eligibility to people under sixty five whose income is one hundred thirty eight percent of the federal poverty level as would Nebraska's initiative for twenty seven and Utah's proposition three. And there are also other election-related changes with Medicaid, a Democrats win at Georgia, Kansas Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Florida those states bite expand Medicaid as well in Montana. The ballot question could end the Medicaid expansion there. Other health issues are on the ballot in California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada your thought about these various issues as opposed to candidates, Dr Maryland singleton. Yes. Medicaid expansion is something that really has divided. I think number one a lot of people really don't understand how Medicaid works and how the payment works, and what the care is like in the Medicaid system, and there's many people who again, they're covered by Medicaid. But they don't have doctors in the states that did do Medicaid expansion. They've done studies to see where the emergency room visits had gone down. They hadn't gone down some they had even gone up, and that was supposed to be the whole purpose. You have coverage you go. See your primary care doctor, and you don't go to the emergency room. What that translates to its people can't get appointments of the doctor and the doctor's offices are not open twenty four seven therefore they go to the emergency room. And most of the things they've. Gone to the emergency room for are not emerging no privacy. They turned local property taxes into their source of primary medical care because most hospitals are supported by local property taxes. That's right. I know that there are some doctors out there and do for that matter. I think maybe some dentists as well who have refused. Medicare patients, I'm not sure about Medicaid is that also a trend. Well, there's more people that don't take Medicaid. Dan, don't take Medicare? It's harder to opt out of Medicare. You don't have to sign up for Medicaid in the first place and Medicaid has you make a Medicaid contract where is Medicare. It's almost automatic that you belong to Medicare as a Medicare provider, and then you have to go to a process called opting out. And only recently did that process become only a fraction more simple by making it for you didn't have to constantly opt out every two years than what opting out entail is you have to write to Medicare fill out. Actually, quite a long form the same form you do over and over and then Medicare all the contract, you have with your patients, and the patients have to refine the contracts every two years saying that they understand they're paying you. Cash and not the government just to make sure you aren't taking advantage of them. Just sort of thing Jerry big deal to opt out there or most doctors don't do it. I was going to say that some do go through that much hassle. And obviously that that it sounds like that red tape was was added maybe deliberately to to keep them from opting out the ones who do opt out I gather are losing a certain amount of money by taking Medicare patients. If you take Medicare Medicare, of course pays less than regular insurance. Exactly. So unfortunately, Medicare has become the standard, in fact in California where we had a surprise medical Bill law. What they used as the standard of flip price, a physician would be paid. If they were an out of network doctor would the Medicare or at most Medicare plus one hundred twenty five percent or plus twenty five percent. And so people use the Medicare payment is a standard and Medicare gets lower excuse me, lower and lower and lower every year, Medicaid is all about one half of what Medicare pays its it's tremendously. Well, and pediatricians are the ones who get burned really burned with Medicaid, this this you will find hard to believe, but it's true and some states Medicaid paved pediatrician seven dollars per visit really. Obviously that's out of touch with reality. And almost guarantees that some doctors will opt out. All right, stay with us. More to come here. Dr Maryland singleton, our guest, both a doctor board certified anesthesiologist, a.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Zero five four six two six healthcare. Issues are a major factor in this election. Both in terms of candidates and in terms of ballot issues, we mentioned in the preceding our that voters in four states will be having a say so about marijuana including in. Let's see Bazire and in Utah a decisions to be made about medical marijuana. They're also healthcare issues including expanded Medicaid being considered by voters in Montana, Idaho. Nebraska, and the Utah Idaho's prop two would expand Medicaid eligibility to people under sixty five whose income is one hundred thirty eight percent of the federal poverty level as would Nebraska's initiative for twenty seven and Utah's proposition three. And there are also other election-related changes with Medicaid of Democrats win at Georgia, Kansas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Florida those states might expand Medicaid as well in Montana, the ballot question could end the Medicaid expansion there. Other health issues are on the ballot in California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada your thought about these various issues as opposed to candidate. Dr Maryland singleton. Yes. Medicaid expansion something that really has divided. I think number one a lot of people really don't understand how Medicaid works and how the payment works, and what the care is like in the Medicaid system, and there's many people who again, they're covered by Medicaid. But they don't have doctors in the states that did do Medicaid expansion. They've done studies to see for the emergency room visits had gone down. They hadn't gone down some they had even gone up, and that was supposed to be the whole purpose. You have coverage you go. See your primary care doctor, and you don't the to the emergency room. What that translates to is people can't get appointments at the doctor and the doctor's offices are not open twenty four seven therefore they go to the emergency room. And most of the things they've gone to the emergency room. Room for are not emerging. No prior. They turned local property taxes into their source of primary medical care because most hospitals are supported by local property taxes. That's right. I know that there are some doctors out there, and for that matter, I think maybe some dentist as well. Who have refused? Medicare patients, I'm not sure about Medicaid is that also a trend. Well, there's more people that don't take Medicaid, Dan, don't take Medicare. It's harder to opt out of Medicare. You don't have to sign up for Medicaid in the first place and Medicaid has you make a Medicaid contract where is Medicare. It's almost automatic that you belong to Medicare as a Medicare provider, and then you have to go to a process called opting out. And only recently did that process become only a fraction more simple by making it for you didn't have to constantly out every two years, then what opting out in kale is you have to write to Medicare fill out actually, quite a long form the same for. You do over and over and then Medicare all contract, you have with your patients, and the patients have to refine the contracts every two years saying that they understand they're paying you with cash and not the government just to make sure you aren't taking advantage of them. It's just sort of thing very big deal to opt out there or most doctors don't do it. I was going to say that some do go through that much hassle. And obviously that that it sounds like that red tape was was added maybe deliberately to to keep them from opting out the ones who do opt out I gather are losing a certain amount of money by taking Medicare patients. Or Medicaid patients. If you take Medicare Medicare, of course pays less. Regular insurance, exactly. So unfortunately, Medicare has become the standard, in fact in California where we had a surprise medical del law. What they used a standard of what price a physician would be paid. If they were an out of network doctor with the Medicare most Medicare plus one hundred twenty five percent or plus twenty five percent. And so people use the Medicare payment is a standard and Medicare gets lower excuse me, lower and lower and lower every year, Medicaid is all about one half of what Medicare pays its it's tremendously. Well, and pediatricians are the ones who get burned really burned with Medicaid this. You will find hard to believe that it's true and some states Medicaid pays. Paediatrician seven dollars per visit really. Obviously that's out of touch with reality. And almost guarantees that some doctors will opt out or I say with us more to come here. A doctor Maryland singleton our guest, both a doctor board certified anesthesiologist, a board member of the association of American physicians. Insurgents also, an attorney, and she is a practice insurance and health law will eight six six five zero JIMBO is our number. We'll take a call when we come back in a moment. Freaking.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Not so much although Florida has traditionally been a popular destination for retirees it did not, top the list of, this year's best places to retire that honor goose to South Dakota it, might surprise people to South Dakota comes out. On top of the list look at seven factors including cost of living. Weather and healthcare, quality let includes they availability of healthcare because as. We all get older one way or the other we're going Need healthcare Rushmore status followed by other cold weather locations? Utah Idaho and New Hampshire the sunshine state barely cracked the top five where. Florida gets dinged is broadly speaking the. Quality of healthcare it's healthcare system broadly is not regarded as being a terribly good New York checked in as the worst place to retire if you're, an expensive state you're not going to be a very good place to. Retire or if you're not able to make your dollars go. Farther the weather is sort of irrelevant this survey found more retirees are prioritizing health care over warmer temperatures Mary Moloney. Reporting for us and Mary was talking with bankrate.com analysts. Taylor Tepper who knows all about these things I was looking at their list ever couple of surprises for. Me I mentioned the American South west that I like very much I was. Including Arizona and New, Mexico and this survey finds that once you get past New York at the bottom of the list New Mexico and Maryland are tied for, the second The worst spots. On the list now I, thought it would be cool to live maybe around Albuquerque or towels and I currently. Live in Maryland which is a great state I love Maryland spent. Some time up in the mountains it's wonderful good enough for Camp David the problem with New Mexico. Apparently is crime which I was not aware of and the quality of healthcare healthcare it says, Maryland's problem is the cost of living and taxes I didn't know. It was considered that bad either maybe I better go. Check with my accountant about that because you. Know I could, retire in, place, I, thought, maybe, maybe, have, a, second, place, up. In the mountains where we spend a lot of time we get to go out to West Virginia which is a gorgeous day my wife likes to fly fish there there's a lot going on, there on on over there it's. Nineteen minutes before the hour now we'd like to get your thoughts on all. This give us a call here, at first light eight hundred. Seven.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Radio thank you for being with me this morning I'm gonna mention which I just before the break, said there's news out of Wyoming that is, really really troublesome for the future of wildlife management and that is the grizzly bear. Population has expanded considerably throughout the Rocky Mountain region this is as a result of no hunting. For a long time relocation of bears absolute protection and the idea was. To let the population grow to a certain degree Would be hunting bears to control the population that. Is a normal absolutely normal wildlife management practice and it was part of the whole discussion of. How grizzly bears are going to be managed so this is not new So Wyoming followed it And that was when grizzly bears, reached a certain population That there would return to having grisly bear hunts it's the only way short of Sniper shooting number Houston is in. Them it's the only way that you can control the population and grizzly bears is I, think we all know are the most magnificent top predator in the entire food chain. But they also are extremely dangerous And they can cause tremendous damage to wildlife and property not only not only lost whites as well so the. Whole idea is to have grizzly bears remain a. Afraid, of man and Secondly to. Control their population so Wyoming as, was agreed to under the Endangered Species Act and was agreed to under the whole management regime that was put in. Place grizzly bears are to be hunted under a permit wonder populations reach. A certain level they've reached that. Level of Wyoming Wyoming announced year ago that. They were going to have a drawing and they would issue a limited number of, grizzly bear hunting pags would. Be awarded in the population was advantage through this what they did in the. Tags I believe cost three hundred dollars to apply and if you receive kept your three, hundred dollars and if you didn't Receive it you got your three hundred dollars. Back without any interest so what they did not anticipate happening what's that Anti hunters would apply for these tax and. They are so limited and it is, so important The grizzly, bear population be reduced manage Through this hunting system if the entire system now has blown up because several, vowed anti hunters actually were awarded packs and. They have said they had no, intent Hunting grizzly bears one individual who's a. Professional photographer said he intends to go out and photograph the grizzly bears as though he were, hunting but he has no intention of hunting This makes a mockery of wildlife management and destroy the system for which we are dependent upon to manage wild game populations. So Wyoming you're trying to figure out what is going to do, because it needs to have the grisly bear positition controlled in the same thing that happened in Montana and Utah Idaho was grizzly bears, continues to stand across the American west Mike Wyoming, is right now the bulls eye for this. So efficient game department is trying to understand how they know that the individuals. Who've been awarded tags will actually go out and hunt in heart grizzly bear they already know three, individuals who worried we're only talking about. A handful of tax three individuals who receive tags have no intention of hunting terrific there so unfortunately this is where we've. Come to, in America it's it's very sad to me as an individual who spent my entire life I in the outdoor industry and in the outdoor world to know that the. Professionals who are charged they're talking about this all the time The professionals who were charged with managing our wildlife and fisheries. Resources constantly find themselves being undermined eaters by politicians who want to curry political favor or who simply want to have a role where they don't need one, Eleanor is great for that or in this case where they put together a, well thought out, management plan years ago only to. Find out that the anti, hunters would step in and. And ruin the plan so that's what's going on in Wyoming it's a sad statement about wildlife management in our population today in America but that's, the, way. It is and I wish that the individuals who drew the permits you said I drew a permit expressly with the intention of knocked shooting there would. Understand that, with actually doing is they're putting grizzly bears. At greater harm because at the grizzly bear population continues to expand beyond the. Management levels then they're simply going to be shocked by sharpshooters from the fishing fishing game the law, enforcement or they're going to be using So either way they're going to die it's not as though these individuals are saving grizzly bears, the number of repairs Abban upon which that the population is not permitted to, grow because it's, Christly impacts on humans and wildlife It's not a question of the critically there's nothing shots they will, be shot one way or up it's simply a question of who's going to do the. Hunting and why here's the hunters as opposed, to an sharpshooters who are law, enforcement officers because. Anna hunters have gotten in the way and that's what's going. On have an uneducated population as to the needs of wildlife management and whether, you believe in hunting or not whether, you Mike hunting or not really is not the issue here hunting is an essential tool of wildlife management and if we take that essential tool away and we're simply going to to Harvest these animals, by other means which is in, the end is. The same result I'll be back next week with more on. The great outdoors and when I do I'm gonna talk about the farm Bill Which. Is evolving promotes we're, gonna talk about that Kadhamy that's occurring As we rear hands off. The decline in the number of hunters and the decline in revenues and yet we find out it's a good hunting layer has never been higher. And also not only is the price of good hunting land higher we find out that hunting. Clubs are springing up all. Across the country So. It's an interesting dilemma fewer hunters you get more demand for hunting property Makes you wonder. Well thank you for listening. This morning I hope you've been joined the. Show I gonna make 'em Bs I'm. About to head into a cut. Throat trout stream high in the rocky mountains so hope my reception's been..

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The Best And Worst States For Retirement: All 50 States, Ranked | Bankrate.com

Sean Hannity

01:49 min | 2 years ago

The Best And Worst States For Retirement: All 50 States, Ranked | Bankrate.com

"Of the energy generated by the wind farm as their own wind farm should be operational by the year twenty twenty ted woodward cayenne s s news bankratecom is out with a new study on the best state in which you can retire coles agreed state of the land dreaming of a state where you can retire comfortably apparently south dakota should be at the top of the list bankratecom studied retirement states and found south dakota is the best state in the nation to retire followed by utah idaho new hampshire and of course florida the study looked at seven categories cost of living taxes health care the weather crime cultural vitality and wellbeing in wall south dakota missed the mark old weather healthcare and culture it plays i in wellbeing in second in taxes the worst stage retire new york where cost of living taxes and healthcare quality our challenge other states rounding out the worst on the list to retire louisiana arkansas new mexico and maryland derek dennis fox news roasting hot temperatures across wichita in south central kansas again today nearing that triple digit mark it'll be clear one this evening are seventy six ninety seven for the high tomorrow and ninety eight on saturday on k nss meteorologist dan holiday it's mostly sunny ninety eight the heat index one hundred four k n s s news now i'm dan o'neill coming up greg jarrett attorney david shown and sarah carter join sean live in london who discussed the absurdity of today's struck hearing that's next in the information overload hour of the sean hannity show use can change in an instant these things are happening very quickly let's break this down you can read about it tomorrow we'll have to wait and see washington heights lider after wait until five o'clock news zealander fox news.

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Here Are the Best (and Worst) States to Retire

Sean Hannity

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Here Are the Best (and Worst) States to Retire

"For july nineteenth at four pm on the third floor of the quackenbush building in troy new york state being called the worst place in the country to retire sara lee kessler has the details billy joel may be high end new york but a new bankratecom study says the empire state is the absolute worst place in the country to retire followed by new mexico in maryland which tied for second worst the study looked at factors like cost of living crime rate taxes weather cultural vitality quality of healthcare and wellbeing and it says south dakota is the best place to retire followed by utah idaho new hampshire and florida sara lee kessler newsradio eight ten and one zero three one wg y new fire chief for the city of albany mayor sheen appointing deputy fire chief joseph gregory as the new chief gregory takes over as chief on july twenty ninth he'll succeed worn abriel who announced his retirement last month after forty six years on the albany fire department already common council has forty five days to either confirm or reject the appointment if the council takes no action the appointment is confirmed north greenbush police investigating what they are calling a possible abduction reports last night of a suspicious malema vehicle in the snyder's lake area twelve year old girl said she was walking in the lake meadows neighborhood about eight forty five pm said she was approached by a man in a grey car so the man attempted to lure into the car but she ran away car was last seen on geyser road description of the car a dark grey sedan possibly a honda with what is being described as a bad paint job adult film star stripper stormy daniels won't face any charges in ohio daniels attorney michael nettie said misdemeanor charges of illegally touching a patron or dismissed today she was accused of allowing customers to touch her during a routine at a columbus strip club last night which is against ohio law daniel said she had an affair with president trump back in two thousand six and was paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars to keep quiet about it on wall street just before the close all positive numbers dow up two hundred twenty three points nasdaq up one.

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South Dakota is best overall for retirement? New Bankrate.com survey thinks so

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

South Dakota is best overall for retirement? New Bankrate.com survey thinks so

"New jersey and the division of gaming will reveal the new numbers for monmouth park which is getting some pretty good reviews and the borgata an ocean resorts down in atlantic city sports betting arrive saturday at meadowlands in east rutherford want to retire in style cbs news correspondent bill rakoff is here with a little planning advice when it comes to the best state in the country to retire in the bank rate dot com surveys numberone pick is a bit of a surprise south dakota is the best eight to retire in america bankratecom taylor tepper via skype people in south dakota have very strong relationships have been social network good sense of self and those are really important things for people's happiness retirement much more so than whether or not it's warm or you have a beach rounding out the top five best states to retire in where utah idaho new hampshire and florida new york was the worst they'll rakoff cbs news five twenty three wcbs news time if you've.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on WTMA

"Racists such a contentious issue because of the painful history of racism you know so race created didn't create racism racism period race yes racism created race what happens when your throat all logic reason faith religion history knowledge then you end up being in q diablo you know honestly black people don't need white people coming over to here pretending to be black committing welfare fraud black people would ask you i think very politely to stand down go back to whitey land stop bothering everyone in kiichi hey in keychain her mother her mother is a white woman from where they from idaho from idaho utah idaho and the dad there like dutch german farmers or something from somewhere where white people come from and that's where she came from and then she lost what was left of her mind and she became and diablo i rachel dole is all that was crazy enough all by itself she's doubling down as people these people are a lot of crazy people out there and you know i think the democrats got more than their fair share of crazy people don't you think i don't know how they did it they pulled it off though we're at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The curve by capping those costs and keeping their business climate solid now for more than a decade and there joined by states like idaho by indiana north dakota arizona those are really our key elite states this year for economic outlook talk to us about indiana for less than obvious reason and that is using the us census bureau data minorities generally speaking earn less and generally speaking the blue states or unionized so other states that you gave us the utah idaho they are not heavily minority and not heavily unionized arguably indiana is the close as you can get to that what is it that indiana did that is arguably the poster child for these blue states that might want to survive well that can integrate story for potential recovery in delaware i think and that is indiana led the midwest about oh gosh six seven eight years ago now under mitch daniels before even mike pence was governor by really chipping away taxes and looking at ways to keep government under control so they can do it because at the end of the day taxes and spending or two sides of the same fiscal coin at the state level since they have to balance the budget so they chipped away on tax rates they've gotten their personal income tax down to just about three percent flat tax on personal income it's about as good as you can do while still having a personal income tax they reduced their business income tax dramatically over the last three to four years they killed their state level death tax and the kicker days for indiana was they set off the midwest movement of right to work and decided it was a yes or no factor where they're losing manufacturing all these auto companies that were coming in perhaps from overseas looking to invest in the united states they were gone to alabama tennessee mississippi georgia south carolina why for many reasons but a big one was that those states are all right to work states in indiana was not so they were not part of those discussions on bringing in new jobs mitch daniels said enough is enough they enacted the right to work law and they've seen some great benefits come out of it and then of course the rest of the.

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Cambridge Analytica Central London Office Raided by UK Investigators

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Cambridge Analytica Central London Office Raided by UK Investigators

"A march for our guns eighteen year old joey chester says he loves his second amendment rights and i don't wanna see those restricted for law abiding citizens gesture is slated to speak at the march for our guns on the steps of the state capital in helena montana organizers say the rally is in response to quote alarmist leftist rhetoric about guns rally speaker in montana republican state legislator seth burghley i don't see how people in society can can make the argument that they have the right to take away from a right that's numerator in the constitution because one person went and did something bad similar progun rallies are planned in utah idaho and other states organizers for march for our guns are encouraging attendees to remain civil and leave their firearms at home for npr news i'm meet heggie british authorities say they completed a search this morning of cambridge analytic has london office the data mining firm is accused of misusing the personal information of more than fifty million facebook users in an attempt to influence the 2016 us presidential election npr's joanna could kiss his is in london enforcement officers sent by the uk's information commissioner searched cambridge analytic has offices for seven hours finishing early today commissioner elizabeth denim had waited days for the court to grant a warrant she wants to examine under which circumstances of the facebook data was obtained and how it was used npr's joanna could kiss in london this is npr from abc news i'm tiffany cam high in downtown oakland where hundreds of people are gathering to protest gun violence in the us now this event is just one of hundreds taking place today in the nation the largest being in washington dc march for our lives is a student led movement organized by survivors of last month's tragic mass shooting at a high.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"That's been your life when it came to these financial advisers their put a un these mutual funds there's no room to grow think about it right ryan mutual funds only trade one time a day after the market's close so you can have this amazing opportunity to get in at a very low price would you can't get into the market closes or even worse the market has a terror rebel day in crashes and you can call that mutual fund company over and over again you can put in an order online in your 401 k and you can't get out this is so crucial that you got to start taking responsibility in managing your own money because no once in a care about it as much as you do yeah the end of handcuffing us and making us kind of locked into these investments and you you you brought up kind of my my family's background of my dad had a you got to live the american dream i like to say his story is awesome because in the '60s he started his own business which now my brother runs and he still involved with it there's a construction business back in the '60s and as i was growing up which wasn't in the '60s a few years after that what happened was there was times where we would go on vacation but i remember my dad would show up for like the weekend like we would head out on a monday we've go up to this little lake up on the utah idaho border called called barely can we go in hang out up a bear lake and then we go up on monday might have show up on thursday or friday and the whole thing was you know he on his own business he was ruined his business he had to keep the lights on he had to keep the business running nobody was going to do it forum and so that american quote unquote american dream had it really kind of handcuffed and missing out on.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Gentlemen that's been your life when it came to these financial advisers their put a un these mutual funds there's no room to grow think about it right ryan mutual funds only trade one time a day after the market's close so you can have this amazing opportunity to get in at a very low price put you can't get into the market closes or even worse the market has a terrible day in crashes and you can call that mutual fund company over and over again you can put in an order online and your four when k and you can't get out this is so crucial that you've got to start taking responsibility in managing your own money because no one that i care about it as much as you do we are the end of handcuffing us making us kind of locked into these investments and you know you you you brought up kind of my my family's background of my dad had a you got to live the american dream i like to say his story is awesome because in the '60s he started his own business which now my brother runs and he still involved with it but as a construction business back in the '60s and as i was growing up which wasn't in the '60s a few years after that what happened was there was times where we would go on vacation but i remember my dad would show up for like the weekend we would head out on a monday we'd go up to this little lake up on the utah idaho border called called barely can we go in hanging out up a bear lake and then we go up on monday might dad show up all night earlier friday and the whole thing was know he on his own business he was ruined his business he had to keep the lights on he had to keep the business running nobody was going to a forum and so that american quote unquote american dream had him really kind of handcuffed and missing out on.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"To these financial advisers their put a un these mutual funds there's no room to grow think about it right ryan mutual funds only trade one time a day after the market's close so you can have this amazing opportunity to get in at a very low price would you can't get into the market closes or even worse the market has a terrible day in court crashes and you can call that mutual fund company over and over again you can put in an order online and your 401 k and you can't get out this is so crucial that you've got to start taking responsibility in managing your own money because no once in a care about it as much as you do yeah the end of handcuffing us and making us kind of locked into these investments and you you you brought up kind of my my family's background of my dad had a you got to live the american dream i like to say his story is awesome because in the '60s he started his own business which now my brother runs and he still involved with it because the construction business back in the '60s and as i was growing up which wasn't in the '60s a few years after that what happened was there was times where we would go on vacation but i remember my dad would show up for like the weekend like we would had out on a monday we'd go up to this little lake up on the utah idaho border called called barely can we go in hang out up a bear lake and then we got the money might have show up on thursday or friday and the whole thing was you know he on his own business he was ruined his business he had to keep the lights on he had to keep the business running nobody was going to do it forum and so that american quote unquote american dream had him really kind of handcuffed and missing out on.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Gentlemen that's been your life when it came to these financial advisers they're put you in these mutual funds there's no room to grow think about it right ryan mutual funds only trade one time a day after the market's close so you can have this amazing opportunity to get in at a very low price but you can't get into the market closes or even worse the market has a terrible day in crashes and you can call that mutual fund company over and over again you can put in an order online and your 401 k and you can't get out this is so crucial that you've got to start taking responsibility in managing your own money because noone said a care about it as much as you do yeah they end up handcuffing us and making us kind of locked into these investments in you know you you you brought up kind of my my family's background of my dad had a you got to live the american dream i like to say his story is awesome because in the '60s he started his own business which now my brother runs and he still involved with it there's a construction business back in the '60s and as i was growing up which wasn't in the '60s a few years after that what happened was there was times where we would go on vacation but i remember my dad would show up for like the weekend we would head out on a monday we'd go up to this little lake up on the utah idaho border called called bear lake and we go in hanging out up a bear lake and we go up on monday my dad show up all night thursday or friday and the whole thing was you know he on his own business he was ruined his business he had to keep the lights on he had to keep the business running nobody was going to do it forum and so that american quote unquote american dream had him really kind of handcuffed and missing out on.

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"utah idaho" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"utah idaho" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The prophet of the lds church when they got under the sugar business said that he had had a revelation from god that the church needed to get into the sugar business so more and farmers who beats and the church controlled a huge sugar company utah idaho sugar in a little town that hugs the wasatch mountains called spanish fork you can still see the remains of one of the company's sugar beet factories now it's located right bye uh i fifteen here the cars going by we approach had dark abandoned space and peek inside a century ago this was where the sugar beets for sliced up and ground into to a pulp before extracting the sugar fill looks to me like there's a shoot up that the beats would drop down into senator smooth wanted to protect utah's beach sugar from the imported stuff mostly cane sugar use kind of very nativist stick philosophies of the time believe in the white americans were kind of the premier race at the time and so he believed that if you could support an industry that included farmers who were white americans that that was more beneficial than relying on sugar that was drawn by individuals from cuba or areas outside of the united states and only was that morally and economically dubious it wasn't necessary in late 1920s imported crops were not what really sank american farmers prices were low all over the world but the good protectionist didn't let that fact given the way the republican party had to be seen is doing something to help farmers to win the farm vote in the midwest that's doug irwin dartmouth economist who wrote the book on smoothawley it's called peddling protectionism he says congress initiates tariff hearings in 1929 at which point are nice little help the farmers package gets hijacked by city folks aka eastern manufacturers that's what brings out all the lobbyists in the industry group saying this is an opportunity for us to sort of piggyback on of the farm tariff by getting higher tariffs on ballbearings and steel and textiles and shoes and bricks and bottlecaps in and sprinkler top and collapsible tubs and antimony whatever that.

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