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"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"W. J. R. seven twenty one at seven sixty W. J. R. if we were a bad novel it would be a dark and stormy night well we're not a bad novel and it's a dark and stormy morning after all of these beautiful mornings we into everyone's life a little rain must fall and frankly look at the bright side without the rain we don't have the flowers the bushes are grass and everything else so well we'll get through this and we thankfully at least last check don't have the major storms that are around our area but not here I have so look forward to this moment because I enjoy my conversations with Newt Gingrich every time I speak with him and that this goes back frankly a number of years and so it is a privilege to whip to welcome Newt Gingrich back to the Paul W. Smith show here at W. J. R. speaker Gingrich always nice to have you on and checking them from Rome where you are with your lovely and talented wife Callista who is ambassador to the holy see the Vatican has been since twenty seventeen and I point out she was backed by key Democrats as well so well deserved good morning note well Paul W. is always great I can't imagine how many years you and I have been chatting about public affairs and this is great to be back with you well the the beauty is you keep writing the books you've written over thirty six books and if we talk at least with every book in depth fifteen of a New York times bestsellers and with your Gingrich productions you've got the documentary films you got the first American and nine days to change the world a whole bunch of other stuff and frankly this new book trump and the American future solving the great problems of our time might very well be your most important book today I think it is because I think the election this year is the most important election the biggest choice since eighteen sixty with Abraham Lincoln I don't think in a hundred and sixty years we have faces bigger gap as there will be between eight hello see Schumer Biden machine all in where trump and McConnell and McCarthy would take years and I think that we literally this fall is going to start with America becomes an antifa you know demonstrators looters destroyed statues stand guard American dominance or whether he is frankly absurd the we're proud to be American that we want to have economic growth and that we believe that small businesses and free enterprise create more jobs we we want lower taxes and higher take already so we want people to be crunching more jobs and I think the gap between those two systems is it has gotten to be the biggest that has been I think a hundred sixteen years I think you're right and if you consider that this president has been under fire since before he came into office you take the combined weight of the radical Democratic Left the news media the billionaires the unions that all the people who have been trying to defeat him if he is defeated you say in the book which I highly recommend it will be another New York times bestseller trump and the American future solving the great problems of our time if he is voted out of office he'll be looked at in history as a temporary detour on the March to a radical government controlled socialist leaning American that's a big deal and that's a very serious and very real threat okay I think it's accurate I don't see how you can look at Nancy Pelosi's three trillion dollar bill which northern seven Democrats voted for all which would yield twelve hundred dollars to every illegal immigrants in the country as a stimulus would cut off all the politicians would make it legal for the legal immigrants to work even though we have over twenty million Americans would release centers including at least six serial killers we've identified because of snow you know that as you look at the closing bell which Biden has said he would sign and you have a taste of just how radical read thank you for I'm I'm thinking about the the fact that this president set out to do you regulate America as best he could in in his first three years his administration has repealed seven regulations for each one it has written it really is the largest deregulation effort in American history it's building momentum and this is while he's having to fight off the various coup attempts the impeachment narrative that Russia witch hunt the impeachment scam the real abuse of power this him in chapter three the failed coup attempts in your new book they've been endless Attorney General and I served as the trump briefly honored I tasted telling back to the campaign that the only president that was as destructive as he will be in general Jackson and if you hold when I what I would say the hawk you should take on the entire establishment the country needs to understand they're going to take you on in the course that's exactly what we've seen happen now for three and a half years of hard boiled eggs I don't abortions alone trump I don't think we have a news media anymore I think we started this graduate propaganda for the left of course pretending that they have anything to do with the news when you when you watch the New York times reporters were so radical they rebelled and got their editor fired for the sin of having one one call by a conservative senator because what all the drivel they read road seven days a week and one column was such fear is that they literally rebelled enforce the publisher files yeah are you the same thing happened are you in Philadelphia Inquirer where he's the editor ran the headline and article entitled buildings matter to buy their architectural editor the end result was that the the radical reporters will Belton portion to be fired so I think we'll be honest we don't have college.

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"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"Show news talk seven sixty W. J. R. six eighteen in on Thursday morning together thirty eight degrees Hey I mentioned earlier in a round table that the covert nineteen outbreak has caused more than eight million restaurant employees to lose their jobs and the food industry is estimated to lose eighty billion dollars in sales by the end of this month they are being affected in such incredible numbers in in such ways that it's hard to imagine how many restaurants will not be able to make it back there is some light here too and good news in a group called flag that there really is helping the frontline folks our heroes out there hospitals and all but also helping restaurants which is excellent news to the founder of PFLAG frontline appreciation group Monica to me is joining us right now on the Paul W. Smith show on WJR Monica nice meeting you nice meeting as well called abuse thank you so much for having me it is my pleasure I love what you're doing tell my listeners about about flag in about what you're doing I would love to sell I'm actually one of the co founders there's six of us local mom for here in Bloomfield hills and we join together it's actually really simple what we DO we collect donations we pull those funds together we pay the local restaurants to prepare really healthy nutritious meals for the front line medical community and then and then you deliver those meals and there you are yeah help the medical community you've reminded them how much we do love them and care about what they're doing and the sacrifices they are making and at the same time you are helping area restaurants hi I think this is a fabulous idea six local moms who are busy moms no doubt in stock at home in many ways no doubt with all the responsibilities of that with their jobs there in the house jobs they're out of the house jobs and everything else and yet you came up with this are there are there other flag frontline appreciation groups in the country are there are there are actually hundreds of them nationwide ours is by far the largest we are thirteen fourteen hospitals so we say were measured to trifle actually hitting most of southeast Michigan I and we have actually raised by far the most free hand yesterday was our one month anniversary we've raised two hundred and thirty five thousand dollars one hundred fifty eight it's incredible right we just you thousand one one one one one two hundred and thirty five thousand dollars yeah fabulous you know it sounds huge and we paid a hundred and fifty thousand out to local restaurants which obviously is helping them we're delivering six thousand meals this week we are on target you while we want to deliver nine thousand meals next week but the need is so huge you know recording hospitals even though this number so I'm really big there's still so much that we can do and we are you know we've established relationships with the restaurants my hospitals now so really it's just a matter of Racine and getting this money and we can get a right back out and help the help the economy and help those front line workers over twenty thousand members on Facebook in one month two hundred thirty five thousand dollars and and you should know this because we all need to know this right now we're told that all contributions are used to purchase meals for hospital workers from these locally owned restaurants donations are tax deductible and no money is used for salaries or operating costs this is truly a passion project for you Monica and the other local moms it absolutely is I I say to people you know it's our heart breaks and I filled out every day these these people were serving the need is so intense and yet you never hear them never asking for anything they're just so grateful for everything we do and it just it drives you every day once you more and you know you mention our Facebook community it's it's really such a positive uplifting place to be and I think people are grateful that we found a way to get back in you know when you're focusing outward it's so much better than focusing and working out that the positive good stuff happens when you're looking out and and that's what people gain being in our Facebook group and and that sense of community and and that they're actually making a difference yeah and you heard me say at the beginning at eight million plus restaurant employees across the country a losing their jobs eighty billion dollars in sales in losses by the end of April restaurants are in dire shape so something like this can be so beneficial for them how do you how do you choose the restaurants do you spread it around as much as you can or do you have these relationships with a few restaurants and you stay with them are we heard about a hundred on our list we've used close to fifty now so typically the restaurants are reaching out to us because the word is kind of spread and they know were a really great resource for them to come to us so you know we kind of put them through what's required because the hospitals obviously have pretty strict rules about what's getting liver has to be individually wrapped their standards we have a price point that we're looking for so you know once they get clear we have a big spreadsheet with all the B. approved vendors if you well and and wants the best restaurant in Houston there on our website the people can also check them out and I you know we're hoping to encourage people to also Houston's restaurant so any restaurant can reach out to us and we're happy to add them to our list that we use yeah I would say about half and we keep trying to like you say spread the wealth because we know every order you know our orders are anywhere between two to four hundred we've done as much as a thousand to one hospital these are their big big numbers and those numbers can make a difference you know keep a keep a hospital or keep the restaurant running for another week kind of thing it's it's really it's significant for them I mean I like those testimonials they send us are just to make you want to cry hi it makes me want to cry thinking of this because it's such good work in your quote we want hospital workers to know we're thinking of them that we have a hand on their backs is such a meaningful quote and you're helping the restaurants as well and you've made it so that people can donate safely and securely online at flag metro Detroit dot org flag metro Detroit dot org and I understand you've partnered with the community foundation of St Clair county to accept donations on your behalf as well yes they've been wonderful in it it's great being on the you know now we're a nonprofit supersede company doing matching programs which is huge for able to receive validation yeah tax to tax deduct all tax deductible we've had wonderful churches giving news really great matching donations are doing now with their congregation felt that test it helps us take it to a whole new level registered more intensive more people that that is our goal more money was more meals more people served in an interactive online community feeling our our love and NASA that's so important right now Monica to me co founder of PFLAG frontline appreciation group I know my listeners are going to want to help out and will it's easy we can all do it and we will online at flag metro Detroit dot org also if you're a restaurant you can reach out there if you would like to offer your services maybe give them a deal or break so that you'll be employing some of your people doing some more giving some of your great food out there at the same time helping well the folks in the hospitals that we all want to help and I I'm not I'm not gonna put you on the spot lets you tell me can do this but I'll ask you to call back and give Brian because it's we've got it in the past I would say and pick up the phone to get these names but she's not there either so I would love to salute the total of six local moms who you were generously mentioned you were a co founder of flag with six local moms or maybe you wanted maybe you're one of the six but I would love to have them I would love to give their names out and salute them as well I'm not gonna ask you to do it right now put you on the spot but if you could if you I mean if you think you can do it fine but otherwise I'll I'll have Brian put you on hold and he'll write down the the names and in ways to pronounce their names and I'll give them a little shout out after our news coming up I didn't you know what we we kind of spend every minute together and enjoy my last high I just don't like to put people on the spot let's hear it okay so Lauren Edgell it she's our treasure and we huge thanks to her because that is a huge responsibility so Lindsey Polina Danny Gelman the star at green just gene I can't see her last name is Steve and Lara obrien okay so I think that was all the money that is an end to that Monica to me who drew the short John had to go on the radio today to talk about it you did a fine job and I appreciate it Monica thank you so much I will tell you leisure it was a pleasure thank you so much for that be I really appreciate the opportunity to spread the word well we really appreciate what you and Lauren and Danny and Sarah and Laura and one more Linda Linda later date Lindsay Lindsay okay.

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"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back in seven sixty W. J. are glad you could join us where ever you may be I believe do we still have Chris on the line Eric torch I believe we still have here is on the line Chris sorry about that we are like everybody else this is all new to us we have everybody instead of being in the Fisher building in there also we apologize for the technical difficulties and certainly appreciate your patience my friend all right not a problem that is not a problem at all yep oh one more thing before we let you go again Chris straight for the director of amateur scouting always wanted to ask you this never had the opportunity but I'm an old school OHL fan you guys played in the OHL you have the opportunity to play for the two of the greatest legends and not only in the National Hockey League but certainly in the Ontario hockey league as well of course I'm talking about Scotty Bowman anybody followed the OHL the killer Brian kill right any comparisons between those two legends of blame for them Chris well you don't want to yep thank you are you know the one thing which which Gary Bowman obviously I always found his it is bench coach is bench coach the meter was unbelievable and always got along any way of getting the match ups that you want it probably before a lot of people started getting matchups and you know Brian kill rate was was pretty similar like that he had yet to heal for who you want to what line you want to play against certain line answer she got we're gonna play against certain doctrines of white as well so if the you know the bottom line is that you don't they they know how to get the most out of their buyers and that's something that I don't back always appreciated from Scotty and for me to be able to do that from home by Brian Kilrea learning what an early age as a teenager you know how important that is you know something that certainly helped me throughout my career so only thirty two points or one year nineteen year old but you always are you know he was he was very instrumental in my career and all you guys got a firefight should any fake took up the phone and have a conversation with somebody about this at a Beijing hockey coach an amazing occupy you know what your body wants to say goodbye I do and I had not right John I had Larry Bob young but with the way it's all legit yeah we well you know what it's it's sort of you look at the way demonstrates right now before I let you go and thanks for coming on the show when else is that we were started training together bites sort of old school generals and it sort of came together but it's a great step you out sort of put the ball on the ground line so Brigitte is always rather as always guys thank you very much he seems to be healthy and because enjoy the rest of the night okay you too Chris thanks so much for joining us so we are up against a tight for news now bottom of the hour when we come back special guests coming up right here Darren McCarty show seven six E. WJR we've always had villains.

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"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"And we invite your perspective on this one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven one eight hundred eight five nine zero W. J. R. to a large extent we know that districts are gonna be ramping up big time to do continuing learning programs it may be homework packets it may be online instruction for those that have access to a device on the internet it could come in a variety of forms tomorrow they get the application template it to tell the state how they're going to do what I hope to goodness that is not some kind of cumbersome regulatory process is going to take a long time for them to get approval they want to move on this now at least the superintendents that I've talked to sure do they're eager to get your kids started on something that's more formal than just maybe a a homework packet here in there and the governor made it clear that while there is some top down a requirements here that she wants to leave destruction charge because she knows that the needs and the demands of those districts are so different cut to please Mike this doesn't mean that our kids will stop worrying each district must develop an alternative learning plans for students to continue their education during this time plans will be different based on district the plans will be locally driven and reflect the best interests of the kids in their communities that means learning by phone or mail or online that means project based learning and paper packets telephone lessons and things that can be used as means of alternative mode of delivering instruction districts must make sure that their plans are appropriate and accessible for families in their schools and that is exactly what they.

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WJR 760

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"W. J. R. your source for clarification news and information W. J. R. we've seen or heard the news Canadian border closed to non essential traffic the Detroit Windsor tunnel to close there there's all kinds of information out there some of it true some of it needs some explaining we go right to the source meal bullet ski CEO of the Detroit Windsor tunnel in depth and by the way I remind you that W. J. R. is still the only radio you can pick up you can receive and hear through the tunnel and we are proud of the work that we did to make that happen meal a nice to have you on board and nice to get some clarification of of the closing if you will of the winter time of the morning good morning Paul W. a good morning to all of your listeners we at the Detroit Windsor tunnel monitor our traffic on a daily basis and we've been watching the numbers and the types of travelers decreased since the U. S. and Canadian governments announced there would be restrictions on cross border travel these announcements combined with the closing and postponements in the Detroit Windsor area what is the decision to stop accepting cash for travel from Detroit to Windsor and seek the voluntary cooperation of nonessential travelers to restrict their cross border trips we anticipate that regulations from both the US and Canadian border services will be coming out shortly but that's an announcement that will come from a superficial government shift channels the majority of our daily commuters are healthcare workers as you know in our grand was to speed their crossing and keep our staff on site partners customers in the inspectors that service the U. S. and Canada as safe as possible Sir we're we're we decided to get ahead of the game it be prepared so there weren't surprises once these announcements come out so our winter tunnel as we call it Detroit Windsor tunnel is not closing completely and the trade and workers deemed essential and with required documentation will not be affected and the title will remain open for their use can you further explain who maybe who is deemed essential and what the required documentation might be well again meant to be government regulations from the Canadian and U. S. federal authorities and those have not been released yet all have belief is that the end of the healthcare workers that cross on a daily basis and we're talking between the ambassador bridge in the Detroit Windsor tunnel literally thousands of of healthcare healthcare workers on a daily basis they should not have any problems and so again as you said the the tunnel is open the ambassador bridge is open and we're looking to keep things as safe and as quick as possible for all of these essential workers hence as you mentioned the bullet ski here CEO of the Detroit Windsor tunnel that you'll no longer accept cash from Detroit to Windsor that'll start at twelve OO one Saturday March twenty first twelve.

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WTMJ 620

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You're listening to this show W. J. all right four minutes before we get to the bottom of the hour news will step would you or wouldn't you and I can tell you on the packing organ talking tax on the tax side of it it's about fifty fifty I think our callers are kind of running in that same direction let's let's let correction from Brooke field join the conversation morning Gretchen press going once going twice not sold the Gretchen let's go to let's see we got Dan from Brooke field they dance I'm good I'm healthy at the moments exactly I'm assuming some of the room all you know I'm not a fan of the and go on with my life and all respect part of the problem the real gel and stuff like that it's like we're trying to minimize the spread of it I'm by sermon the best exactly one this is our of course we want to deliver several months so catching them I don't and I'm the right styles I'm but the I second died from the flu the one thousand to sixty thousand and so we can say I was so this country act well said Dan thanks for listening as well Dan says it's it's not just about the individual there's a collective we hear there's an understanding that we all have a role to play and we've gotten to this culture where it's me me me fueled by guys who talk on the radio yes certainly that's not the point scientists the president's your governor mayors Congress senators are all saying this is a problem so you're telling me that of all those people say that it's all manufactured all nonsense I'm still getting Texas say give them the doctor had earlier sentence it is worse than the influence I'm gonna texture that saying no it's not what you say that because I trust science I'm not afraid of science I'm not afraid of everything which is not shown as brave as some of these people think they are when they're when they push back on on science or common sense which is probably the appropriate term stop it's okay to listen it's okay to think about everybody else and not just yourself eleven thirty WTMJ breaking news center calls the governor YVR is is declaring a state of emergency now the declaration just came down from Madison moments ago it's in response of course to the global covert nineteen pandemic the declaration will direct the department of health services to use quote all the resources necessary to contain the outbreak that according to a news release we do expect to hear from the governor at some point in the next few minutes if and when we can do so we will bring some of those remarks to you covet nineteen also affecting the local basketball teams more on that in a minute but first let's get the very latest on the markets and across the country from ABC news president trump today in the oval office meeting with Ireland's prime minister with stock markets crashing in major industries brought to a standstill by corona virus president trump saying but falling global oil prices.

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WJR 760

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"News talk seven sixty W. J. R. we have a lot of conversations I don't just being on our show elsewhere to about the tenor of the political discussion in our country house just gotten so nasty and personal and depending on which side you favor I I get it you're gonna do you gonna blame the other side for that okay and there are there's there's enough blame to go around on both sides because of people I'm sure have done I've done nasty things on both sides but but when it comes to violence nobody can top the left they do it at these empty for the entire first amendment rallies that they have the the they want to show up anybody who does not agree with them and then we have this story that occurred down in Jacksonville Florida over the weekend are you ready for this Saturday afternoon there's a there's occurring village shopping center in Jacksonville and in that shopping center parking lot the Republicans set up a voter registration tent they were setting up people to register to vote okay and they probably have permission I'm guessing they had permission to do that a man was arrested after he allegedly drove a van through the tent where trump campaign volunteers were registering voters at a shopping center parking lot in Florida a guy drove a van through the tent can you say try to kill people literally that's how bad it is okay now that's not a trump supporter I just wanna make that clear again this is somebody on the left the trump supporters are trying to build register voters you know so that they can get their ballots in before their grabbed out of the the the closet of our elementary school in one of the Democrat precincts down there but any rate the thankfully no one was injured in this Republican Party officials called it a politically motivated attack the volunteers inside narrowly avoided being struck by the van no one was injured the driver allegedly sped away after awhile here's what he did he drives to the tent okay doesn't hurt anybody thank god and then flipped him off that's what that's his last move he drives away flipping off makes obscene gesture toward the crowd hours after the incident Jacksonville sheriff's office arrested twenty seven year old Gregory William Lowell Tim let's go for work for me he was charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a person sixty five years of age or older in Florida few tax somebody is sixty five or older big big trouble it's an automatic criminal act one count of criminal mischief and driving with a suspended license they didn't provide additional details about him but several Republican Party officials suggested the incident was a politically motivated attack in which GOP volunteers were targeted tough to argue with that after years store like that yeah right you're just registering people to vote and that's the level of hatred I mean have you ever heard of a person have you in in this entire I'll just say throughout the trump candidacy have you heard of personal Bernie Sanders shirt or hat being being treated this way or threatened or the end I had come zoom by and almost ran him over no of course so when they say get out to vote they really only mean Democrats yeah get ourselves at the right yeah so what any rate thank god nobody was was hurt in that because that's that just got tragedy written all over seriously troubled van through a voter registration and you tell it's because you don't like the president right so you're you're going to hurt people because you don't like the president Tom heard somebody else they like crop so I got a hate them I might do that that's just absolutely despicable what kind of phones eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven we're gonna go to Dearborn started out with merry good morning good morning I was watching Lauren Graham show last night she was saying how people called the challenge the manner in which he said actually if you listen to everything he wants to do he sounds just like burning so she says why do they keep calm in the matter at this point easy to younger virgin over Virginia of you know Bernie and then today I saw on the T. V. bridges out their hand and donuts out to people that going to vote isn't it bribing thrive voters suppose you could say that and then I got movie stars out there for the Democrats did that president trump and handing movie stars out there he will for me they got those out there in in north canton Hampton New Hampshire to so and then I yeah I hope we get this right they had all the cannons on the stage in more information on this but I can go back and look at our show from last night may have come the people were how many they can't forget socialism and only one person raise their hand and a birdie races hamsters are I'm all in for socialism so we can look that up on the tape if you want but I II days more it was showing the stuff was saying on your show yeah that's that's not a lot she would she would have more access to to those sorts of things than we would here at a local station in Detroit so I I would I was surprised when she said that a lot because he says people calm manner no it's just like he's just like burning yeah that's also that's first time I've heard that that could be worth mentioning all the things he's for uses uses that sounded like Bernie doesn't it yeah well yes I mean you look at it with everything from the the free health care to it felt like buying both so if I offered you Frank I'm gonna give you free healthcare are they taking taxpayers money to buy your vote yeah we are but nobody's ever the numbers are gonna take that to court you know that yeah well the donut court both to be doing that ripping up the paper they said that they had to actually along the Congress here you can a rip up papers like up close he did it's a lot wider let me just explain that is disputed that the that it's actually a law they were re they were reading and laws yeah it was written in the house and if it added signature of the original copy that's just like a guide when in the library with John the papers in return my number him yeah and the the job her job after she has presented the the speech is to a file in the archives of not sure which National Archives goes into that that's why I don't trust the Democrats because they make up their own rules yeah they make up their own lots of the go on yeah and try to run people over with their hands to that right I thought Annemarie okay thank you merry glad learn how to the info and glad we could talk about it here on the Frank Beckman show will continue get more of your calls coming up at eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven and what do you know the text to screen right there go ahead we have time right now I'll me I just lost my screen here Hey Frank totally that's a nice rushing I can't read it well I don't know how all this is this is a mechanical failure Gary in Sandusky Hey Frank talking about a studying the sun in an effort to keep your audience better informed they should conduct those studies at night hello well again I mean the sun doesn't go anywhere X. he we go you will be able to see it at night no it's not hija but Hey look every time it's it gets dark here it's light like in Australia okay right so that's still burning on the other side of the year they can see that so we just do the studies from that side of the world the earth turns all right more to come here on the Frank back would show at eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven right now let's check W. J. R.'s traffic and weather just ahead of decay afters news with Dan Clark this report is sponsored by Canada dry ginger ale now some better news brought to you by Canada dry traffic's the worst so grab a can of Canada dry ginger ale and imagine instead you're gently floating through the cosmos on a soft comfy recliner next time to relax with the real ginger taste of Canada dry debris along seventy five south bend at Luna pier that is clear all lanes are now open traffic is slow from otter creek road seventy five south bound at fourteen mile accident right neck construction area seem delays from Rochester road a large south bound it Pallister accident blocks a lifeline slow from clear amount aggression south bound at hearing ten collision their lease only the right lane open traffic is backed up from Wellington still close six ninety six east bound at Woodward traffic remains a parking lot from green field crews are on the scene police still performing that investigation work please avoid that area also your ramps eastbound six ninety six a green field and also at Coolidge those ramps are closed now.

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WTVN

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"w. j." Discussed on WTVN

"Ten W. J. Bennifer marketplace today join a station ABC six hi how are you thanks for coming to me we're going to talk to mark coming up here just a minute we'll let him explain what is going on right now let's grab Jonathan is Jonathan wanted to chime in on the well the alleged tinkering with the driving age Johnson do you think kids should have to be sixteen and a half to get their permit and then hang on to that permit until they're seventeen and a half before they get their license well appreciate you taking my call let me give you a little bit of background I rarely ever call in to radio stations but it's usually for clarification my mother grief from college was in safety education with an emphasis on the acre safety while and I did I did research for the national highway traffic safety administration and statistical research for the number one selling driver's education book called let's drive right grew up in Iowa and you know I will we have what we call implements of husbandry which are basically farm equipment tractors combines and you do not have to have a license to drive those implements of husbandry there were many a time at age twelve that I was sent from the form into the local coop to pick up baler twine or or other things but what we instituted in Iowa after a lot of research as far as traffic accidents and deaths and Tommy daytime and night I mean you think baseball as to six you need to get into the tonight I believe it so will will will we decide to do and I was that it is fourteen you can get a learner's permit as well and you could operate a vehicle as long as you had a licensed driver a twenty one year old licensed driver in the seat next to you you held that driver's permit from age fourteen to sixteen at age sixteen you can apply for your temporary driving permit a T. V. P. as long as you are completed as state approved driver's education program the you held that TV P. for one year and if you had any moving violations there and the let's let's say for us yet a moving violations in the first six months then you would revert back to your twelve month period we start over the violation in the second half your TDP then you had the again repeated another six months at age seventeen if you had no moving violations you could take your drivers and your written test and you can get your permit driver's license is still like be honest with you I don't always have been on a on a viable for few years but at the time the the reason that we implemented that was when I can see the reason because I was only corresponded or a or a contributor to to that law but we had one of the lowest accident rates in the nation but again you have to understand that you know I will only add me or two point five million people were largely an agrarian states to mention that Johnson I I would think that there's you know there's there's just a lot less people around then then possibly in some of the you know more metropolitan areas of the country it and said Hey Jonathan I gotta run but anyway will get with mark blazer coming up here in just a minute traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense from Gemstar heating and cooling products and Johnny hill in a new actually reported on the seventeen year Bryce careful out on the east side as medics are headed there we're trying to see little build up on seventy eastbound head out to the east out about seventy one still little slow both directions at six seventy already one accident southbound close to Broad Street I was like we're slowing down a little more off the fairgrounds trying to get down to six seventy at the moment as well so will caution coming into town road going to what this afternoon give yourself extra save stopping distance driving sponsored by Wexner Medical Center the heart and vascular center at Ohio.

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WJR 760

01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"The left lane is closed now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel body in colder force out there today a bit windy at times to the gusty north wind a few flurries possible with temperatures holding in the mid thirties twenty three tonight mostly cloudy skies for tomorrow low thirties snow Wednesday night from the weather channel I'll be right with you can moon on the stock seven sixty W. J. R. do you sell stuff online then you're probably still recovering from that crazy holiday shopping season well there's a way to help you make twenty twenty less crazy and more successful it's called ship station chief station makes managing and shipping orders a breeze by allowing you to import orders for any sales channel no matter where you're selling ship station brings all your orders into one simple interface they work with all major carriers including USPS FedEx and UPS allow you to compare and choose the best shipping solution for you and your customer chip station offers discounts on shipping rates so you can access the same discount usually reserved for fortune five hundred companies there's a reason ship station is the number one choice of online sellers start this year right at ship station dot com use offer code radio to get a sixty day trial free that's two months free of no hassle stress free shipping visit ship station dot com click the microphone at the top of the page and type radio that ship station dot com offer code radio ship station make ship happen postage rates have gone up again thankfully stamps dot com eases the pain with big discount off post office retail rates like five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percent off shipping rates that kind of savings really adds up especially for small businesses you can forget about inconvenient trips to the post office to send stamps dot com.

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

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"W. J. R. all right so you've heard a portion of the exchange he was really after the the original statement that that got people's your trouble but any rate let's get your phone calls eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven we she said her peace to him Hey I didn't appreciate that and he tried to explain to her what it was all about and she sounded like she understood but that's not how it turned out later let's go to mount Clemens and did Gloria you're on Frank Beckman chill nice to be with us good morning good morning you know I can answer questions all that after the lady while white men are committed suicide near the good in college you think you think it's because there are you are you insinuating white men are being harassed in the suicide all you have to be at the White huh and you don't in fact here's all of it so murder time I think this reflects on it out a little bit that happened either well I'm I'm going to assume that that is that that's occurred I don't I don't think somebody would make that up by date to have trouble believing that whiny voice she's like martyr of the year well the there there wasn't any ang I didn't hear any anger voice though or you know reminder sorry she wants her name now now she's got that for now all right we lost you there Gloria thank you for the call appreciate it well the Rochester hills John you're up next year on the Frank Beckman children have you with us Sir good morning morning Frank thank you for the good shows I want to make a point the Democrats and the media are making a big deal out of the without the senators have to make where they swear to be impartial if I were a some of our I would say I swear to V. as impartial as the house Democrats were I understand what you're saying now by the way with the language of impeachment and the constitution of a quick explanation I'm a lawyer it says you can impeach a president for three years on comma bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors right obviously that's the goal the last two words are in a however think of the older and an equal some you can impeach a president for something as serious as treason something as serious as bribery an office or something else that's equally evil equally malfeasance right the what I mean yeah okay thanks Frank already appreciate the call and will get more of your comments on the air here on the Frank Beckman show we love talking to our audience and we know this is the place to truck comes to talk at W. J. R. right now we want to check W. J. R.'s traffic and weather first with that Clark this report is sponsored by nature valley sweet and salty bars if you love nature valley sweet and salty bars you'll love the new sweet and salty minis it's all of the indulgence savory goodness you know now in a smaller size a and.

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05:42 min | 2 years ago

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"W. J. I'm babbling I'm your host for the show and also the owner of the campus has been attended telegraph since may of two thousand eight I'm in the oceans two thousand eleven pride that I was a student what we do is who are the people right here in your backyard tell them understand there are strategies that can help protect them in down markets as well as profit in those down markets how you've been doing in the markets that's a good question the starter that freight with let's look at this for the Dow Jones industrial average in the last twenty two weeks the fifty two weeks use me as her up twenty point one two percent the S. and P. five hundred in the last fifty two weeks one of twenty five point seven seven percent and the tech heavy nasdaq composite the last fifty two weeks of thirty one point six six percent what kind of return to you getting what we're turns like that of men for you when your family your future that's the goal of what we talk about here today because we know with twenty two years of experience around the world that once people have a disciplined approach that they can possibly increase the returns in the market and they can protect the wealth they've created over time you know most people gave money back in two thousand and two thousand eight the Wall Street journal said a majority of Americans lost forty percent of their net worth between two thousand seven and two thousand ten what we know we know that most people are doing the exact same things now that they were doing then was Einstein was said doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different outcome of the definition of senator definitions any don't be insane start looking at your portfolio in understanding that there is an opportunity for you to protect the wealth that you've created over the last ten years in this incredible bull market and if you haven't created any well what do you have to do to start to understand what creates wealth for people in these markets now the industry will tell you and me there's no way that we can do this but it's like anything else their activities and strategies that are learning consistently applied to the market at a given time to do what give you a higher probability of success there's no magic there's no mystery and you don't have to have an hour a Harvard MBA what you have to have his consistency and understanding of the strategies that work and it may be more important now there's been a long time of your first and listen to the show you see that he was a lot of articles underscore the validity the count it was a different kind of show I'm not here to to to talk about what we do when I'm not here to sell you want a product to read from a brochure or say you should give us your money will manager for two percent are you should be fearful put in a new way now I'm here to say that there are opportunities for individuals once they get engaged in this to learn and that's what we do we are was were an educational forum with twelve going to our twenty third year we've been intended telegraph since may of two thousand and eight we've been around the world now in forty eight campuses eight countries for twenty three years I like to say from Dallas to do by to right here in Detroit with the campus that's here to help individuals like you would like me understand what the markets are doing so whether you've never been in the market but you're interested with you're in the market and you're getting a great return Richard what the next market's gonna look like when it goes down or you're not getting the kind of returns in this Feb is mac we better or you get those four one Kazin IRA's in portfolios that were hurt in two thousand and two thousand a year in the right place you're in the right places will talk about what's going on the market and what that could mean to you and here's an article from market watch I use a lot of articles in here's one in this article says the S. and P. five hundred is now more over valued than ever the article says the standard and poor five hundred price to sales ratio is well above its dot com bubble peak they also show what sharpness article that shows that price relative to sales for the S. and P. five hundred at a record high well in excess of what they were in two thousand or two thousand seven at those peak some other measures like the median price to earnings ratio which exclude this univac to very profitable in very unprofitable companies shows the S. and P. five hundred over valued by nearly thirty percent versus the typical valuation levels seen since nineteen sixty four now before we get too into the weeds don't let this intimidate you what we're talking about here is just underscoring that you need to be cautious and prepared in these markets to take care of yourself in these markets why well because the simple fact is at some point in some way the market will come down matter fact this is Jeremy Siegel it he he he he's got a call down twenty thousand while back is mental called out twenty thousand says one of the biggest stock market dangers in twenty twenty these people could be throwing risk to the wind as we said actually would not we who is this guy what he's professor of the use of these press for finance university of Pennsylvania Wharton school of business so we can analyze what he's talking about his actual on the dangers that people could be throwing risk to the wind and this could be a run away we sometimes call that a melt up introduces price is too high and then it is a shock you come down to earth and that could impact pricey that's what you don't want to happen to your portfolio definitely want to go up but you don't want to come down and by the way in down markets you can make money keep in mind the people on Wall Street don't go get jobs at Walmart when the market drops the apply the appropriate tactic for that given market we're gonna talk about that appropriate tactic in that signal or the in a proper wanted the talking about but if this interests you give us a call at eight eight eight two five zero eight seven two three I'm offering series a convenient proven workshops is that sweet is a powerful their comprehensive that about three have always long you're gonna see the common mistakes.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Dingell coming up here in just a moment it's seven forty two coming up right now are W. J. R. traffic and weather first a misstatement Clark Southfield freeway northbound after eight mile accident blocking two lanes at two left lanes blocks low from seven mile seventy five north found after twelve mile accident on the right shoulder southbound seventy five before eight mile two lanes blocked due to a crash there a stop and go from fourteen mile ninety four west found before little mac watch for an accident blocking the shoulder I sing those brake lights from at least a metro park way over to the Reuther six ninety six west found after the queen wrecked blocking the right shoulder and wash now west found before each stadium Boulevard accident has you backed up there that's in Washtenaw now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel sponsored by marathon marathon can help you make the most of your travels with ideas for road trips travel snacks and more go to miles have meaning dot com to find out how marathon fueling the American spirit those who stayed cold in the forecast quick shot coming into visits one day that it's gone advertised thirty two today forty two cloudy south breeze will shift around the northwest altering in the colder air later today tonight that I will fall back to twenty three suburbs teams are few clouds and sunshine breezy and cold twenty seven from the weather channel I mean your old three Stooges on the stock seven sixty W. J. on their next drive be uneventful on memorable may it be without incident hassle or clinch at continental we have a vision for a world with zero traffic accidents clean air and intelligent mobility we're turning big ideas into reality through remarkable technology that combines our expertise an automated driving can activity and electrified.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

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"And fourteen that's in Plymouth construction as a road we do suggest one lane that's due to consumer energy utility work until further notice now W. J. R. whether first from the weather channel which now whether in colder weather by tomorrow sunshine today with a few clouds early fifty three tonight some clouds thirty suburbs might be a little cooler holders in tomorrow mostly cloudy with a high near forty from the weather channel hi meteorologist restricted on newstalk seven sixty W. J. our current temperature thirty three degrees they get this now for those of you wondering it got the fifty one normally we should have a high of fifty at thirty four degrees so we were fifty one at four minutes after three yesterday afternoon and for Christmas day Wednesday temperatures in the mid to upper forties not bad at all again thirty three out of it right here do stock seven sixty W. J. as we try and heat up the chestnuts we'll find out how they're doing in one hundred eighty seconds we have seasons greetings from your neighborhood auto value auto parts store and when we say services the difference we really do mean it our expert staff will guide you to the parts and service you need at great holiday prices this month save on parts faster full synthetic motor oil now the five four judges just eighteen ninety nine pressed on the ice a windshield fluid is just three ninety nine and oil gas line antifreeze is only a Buck ninety nine take advantage of our C. for motor driven Bogo by two and get one free shop online at my auto value store dot com and get twenty percent off orders of seventy five dollars or more with coupon code jingle that's well you were service is the difference we get it.

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05:17 min | 2 years ago

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"You think we have that well memorized by now would you yeah phone lines are open just the inside outside guys are W. J. R. remind everybody during the week if you hear something on this show as you're driving don't take a chance to write it down while you're driving you don't even have to pull over yesterday back Kelly gives a call and mentioned an air cleaner that people can install install the furnace we had a plea for emails yesterday and the air cleaner really quick tells us it works that's exactly what we're talking about if you hear something on the show a your attend rated down all you have to do is send us an email and we'll make sure we get that information to you I get a resource to you that we try so Chuck we're talking clean clean air yeah we've we've gone over the changes in the house but what about you know clean around the house with some of the most important things that people should clean around the house we had we had many emails about carpeting noticing around the edge of their carpeting and a notice in the middle after gaining lines and they don't understand why that's happening but that has to do with two things number one how tight the air is in number two keeping the house clean is that fair to say yeah I think if you got a good tight house then it's easier to keep the air clean but when you've got what you're describing that literally means air is moving in and out of your house in an uncontrolled fashion because you got gaps cracks like you and I was talk about it carpets filter in exactly top of the filter so I mean everyone that I was doing it yesterday because I know my house is very tight but I was taken our vacuum just the one that I was back in around it the edge of the room down by the base your baseboards it was thirty year there was more does those areas and that's why because it's got a filter in those areas yeah we've got lighter carpets are member years ago years ago where a builder of higher in homes in Ann Arbor told me he got a complaint call from a client that recently moved into one of their new homes they had white carpets and they were convinced that that dark line around the baseboards was a sign of mold growing underneath the carpets and so they ripped up their carpets and didn't find any mold but were positive they had an attorney told him to move out of the home and call the builder all my gosh it literally that's what it was and it was later proven to be that but yet this builder went to hack in a lot of money and a dissatisfied client it was all a result of air moving through the spaces of gaps in cracks which means he built a tight hold me could have done a darn thing about well he arguably you can one of the things we learned so think about the baseboard there the outside wall yes you've got about seven to ten joints there you've got two by four a two by four floor joist and two by four ply wood on top of floor choice to buy for a top of plywood to buy for a topic to buy for so you've got a whole bunch of joints there if those aren't sealed that would that would gross and and and shrinks over the seasons every year sure so everyone of those gaps could be amplified or closed depending on the time of year are you talking more of brother Bob played area with how many floors up any floor of the house in the city yeah so and that's where the carpet is right so because we have so many of those gaps and cracks what we learned is when you build a house you can literally put materials in there and use higher grade materials to minimize the opening and closing of each of those gaps okay some some builders will will have professional companies come in and just **** everything or or shoot foam in those gaps once the house is framed right you know that's one way you can do it some companies will literally as they build a house put gasket materials at every joint though so your real high and energy efficient those are the ones that have less creek sing yeah this Greek soon less and some will use all man made materials so instead of using up a regular stud in a wall they'll use a manmade stud because a man made studies more dimensionally stable it ball rolling shrinking flower like like regular studs well so there are things you can do it's a question of you know what do you want to pay for the house exactly exactly because once it's there he couldn't every once it's in there is probably with ally he's gonna be able to get a strip deciding off I'll tell you you know some people can do his **** to if you've got a you know a ceramic tile floor in a wood base sports it on top of that a really high and **** yeah I was to meet yeah well actually shut off a lot area you see how your **** even if it is a high end **** **** is one of the cheapest most be fishes beings you could do for your hours so right just by going around with eighty five or ten dollar to the **** and making sure you do everything truck just said you see all those areas so we're going to continue talking about that but in the meantime we're gonna take the phone calls at eight eight eight six five four four eight nine seven let's talk to Mike in Plymouth good morning Mike your I'm with the guys good morning does how.

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05:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Show right your W. J. I'm babbling embryos were trying to bring some information it's applicable to the markets that we're in right now because we've been in a ten year bowl on this might have been going strong at some point what Americans I go what do they come down with we we experience in two thousand you experience and two thousand and eight how did that impact your retirement how that impacts your savings how did impact your daily income we work with people who want to generate income now in the short term and protect wealth for the long term and we've been doing it for twenty two years with the core strategy that the US government gave us a patent that talks about what professionals doing the marketplace because professionals make mark money regardless of market direction that's just the reality I always say when the market goes down the people on Wall Street don't go get jobs at Walmart they apply the right tactic with in their strategy for that given market environment but financial planners and stockbrokers tell you there's one strategy there's one tactic for up or down markets by an old dollar cost average diversified as a work forty seven percent of Americans say they can afford an unexpected four hundred dollar bill going to the World Economic Forum forty two percent of Americans are going to outlive their money every time it hasn't worked so we've been telling you what doesn't work let's tell you what does work this is an article that talks about what the pros do called act like the legends cut your losses short it is always cut your losses they were here by a whole day we're dollar cost averaging always cut your losses to the others in the investing will have promulgated similar rules Wall Street the legend that Gerald and lord knows will be died in nineteen seventy four he was when the founders of the apartment was a giant on the street there there's there's still an award named after the general law of war for financial journalism and here's what this one well known successful man said he said I'm inclined to say that when a new investment is struck by ten percent it's time to stop look and listen I think usually sold on the lost take it yes and you always follow your own advice he said in this article quote I would hope to be a long before they ever reach ten percent so you're saying what two or three percent loss is there a firm wrong number on a moving that there's another gentleman named Bernard Bruch group was one the wealthiest men in the nineteen hundreds he was a consultant to president Woodrow Wilson and president Franklin Roosevelt he died in his nineties in the nineteen sixties and was still being consulted by world leaders on financial matters and here's what he said in the same article it says another Wall Street legend Bernard group has a famous saying related to this point he said even being right three or four times out of ten she deal a person a fortune if they have the sense to cut their losses quickly on the ventures with their wrong I'd hear anybody say by and I'll here are the pros do a lot of different things one of the used options why because there's a lot of advantages to after they've they can increase your cost efficiency they they can be less risky than a nobody's in some cases they have the potential to deliver higher percentage returns and they offer a number of strategic alternatives so those are all things we teach you mean you don't just step into the market and start trading these things you have to look at them from a perspective I need to learn these things and once you do and then you apply them consistently they work why because what the market is done in the past the market's going to do in the future markets only done three things go up go down and go sideways unfortunately for most people they do the same thing no matter what the markets doing like gone your doctors I got a headache you said it's a broken leg Dr got chest pain that's a broken leg I doctor broke on the red yeah it's a broken leg is I need another doctor but yet people consistently give money to financial planners and stockbrokers to apply a strategy that has not worked for Americans why would you want to pay two three percent underperformed the market why would you want to put those dollars in your pocket why would you want to protect yourself in a downside imagine what life would be like if he had lost money in two thousand and two thousand and eight he won the greatest traders that ever lived was getting Jesse Livermore made over a hundred million dollars in nineteen twenty nine when the market crashed here's what Livermore set he said there's nothing new one Wall Street orange stock speculation what is happened in the past will happen again and again and again this is because human nature does not change and is human emotion that always gets in the way of human intelligence view was money in the past in using the same strategy right now whose money again so what in Livermore say you when I have to be students of to be successful he said three things first one just thought it was an emotional control and listen to what he says he for you can successfully be in the market you must have a clear concise strategy and stick to it we help our students build trading plants a consistent approach to what they need to do in the market to hopefully work towards a cannon successfully won the market things that could be life changing for them that's one emotional control we have a psychologist on staff Dr Woodrow Jensen that talks about the emotional side of trading the next one money manager today we call it a risk management buy and hold just says forget about that just take the loss.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"w. j." Discussed on WJR 760

"Slow moving on six ninety six east bound right now between the large and loss Sir and in war in an accident on six ninety six westbound after Sheena road is blocking the left shoulder now WJR weather first from the weather channel not as cold out here this afternoon as we were yesterday a mix of clouds and sun more of a south to southwest breeze here this afternoon temperatures in the low thirties twenty tonight in and out of the clouds tomorrow mid thirties and mid forties ahead for the weekend from the weather channel on the route which is can do an honest talk seven sixty W. J. R. the island resort and casino offers a premier resort experience you'll find everything from a quick bite to signature dining relaxing guestrooms and suites luxurious drift spa services exciting slots and table games plus live entertainment the island's total resort experience makes the perfect gift to purchase an island resort and casino gift card call eight seven seven hi SL show it's that simple eight seven seven hi SL show for George Cooper the family heating cooling electrical here to stay thank you for your business and continue support of our company over all these years since nineteen sixty eight re taking great pride in serving your heating cooling and electrical needs and hopefully for many years to come I also want to say merry Christmas and happy new year on behalf of all of us here at family heating cooling and electric and as I always say family is not just our name it's the.

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05:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Com offer code radio ship station make ship happen the Frank that show news talk seven sixty W. J. R. alright I want to look into the future here and tell you about a column that is being written for all of you want to read it will be in the newspapers here within the next day or so as written by our next yes the senator for Michigan's twenty six district the Republican from walking Eric Nesbitt who who's column and we've got a an advance copy of it the talks about the budget process and he thinks that we are very close to putting our problems with the budget behind us because of the the talks have been going on behind the scenes up in Lansing senator Eric now has been on the other end of a long good morning to you thanks for having me Frank book from your lips to god's ears we can get this budget process simple for how to get it done more quickly yeah I know the legislature sent the appointment to the governor's office and so now we're gonna be waiting on her signature and and sold in the in the the new legislation that you have crafted here well what it what exactly what to do really restores a lot of the cuts the governor did not all the time but some of the higher priority cuts and she remembers March of of this year she interviews or budget with nearly two point eight million dollars worth of tax increases to nap when dollars higher taxes for drivers to win a million dollars of higher taxes for small business terms one that would have really hurt families seniors since and and our drivers here in the state knows what we're jacked earlier this year by both Democrats and Republicans even the house democratic leader called the governor's tax increase proposals extreme and so everything hung around that from the governor's perspective we passed a budget on time by October first in terms of the the deadline and the governor when I had to be told about a billion dollars worth of items and and use a bureaucratic method to transfer funding of about six hundred fifty million dollars worth of items that was a legislative legislatively approved as we saw that included there's only five million dollars cut to roads twenty five million dollars is transferred from local bridge programs to to buses but it didn't restore these findings what was restored was really wanting to treat Alzheimer's autism's opiate into the addiction programs don't let you off the trolls she cut her share control I just talked to one of my shirts yesterday and says that I have a few deputies are going to have a good Christmas stuff is not gonna get layoff notices to sign us well that's that's great news and we we just hope she will are you are you optimistic that she will according to leadership in the deal the or mayor last ten days is that shoot she will sorry Mr and she won't use her up your abilities to transfer finding any anywhere else is is the deal and we're going to be fun we felt this one was saying that the legislature is going to have to get a budget to the governor by July first of every year that's where when local municipalities and school district start the fiscal year we did that under governor Snyder for eight years in a row we got on a budget by the end of June so they could make up planning and so I do feel that and then it limits her ability to use the transfer abilities without legislative approval in the future so I think we got a good deal protecting taxpayers also prioritized in our children and and law enforcement it's just too bad that she rejected for a million dollars worth of funding for roads and bridges without X. grace yeah in the meantime she did shift around a lot of money as we mentioned earlier and I think it was ninety million extra went to the to the attorney general's office and that just to get me absolutely puzzled when we're cutting pure Michigan a right out of the budget completely yeah I know its something where with you this is the reminder part is when in September we decided to separate roads with the budget number massive gas tax increase on the budget process let's get the budget and not all forty five dollars and to the budget soon found out on grocer in revenue in the roads and bridges and she walked away from the table that because we weren't included a tax increase on it and I was sent to lance who defied ones to partner times just increased and increased permit yeah we've we've tried that before and that didn't work so well it give us the lost decade under governor Grandval wellness is a reminder is that under that law he she hastened spending state transportation spending went down eight percent during those eight years okay over the last eight years under governor Snyder transportation spending was one up eighty nine percent state transportation spending that is that enough that's a different question but the fact of the matter is that we are ties.

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