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"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Point. Six nine billion dollars and this is interesting. This is reminiscent of like Like aqua finance. You're playing early at working hands. And then you're able to get some aqua whatever and then you state your do your liquidity and then you put it into this pool and you're actually earning new so this is this is fine married is. I'm actually with nidia. In the shoutouts. From our friends record downton acts of with barnaby and oval of locked room. On this she walks shutdowns where basically sheba can. Then get your big tokens while you're going to provide liquidity and then you're going to earn bone seattle big fats berry soi and move and bone folly. So basically you're able to stay your sheba and adequately rural near able to earn bone. You're able to distinct your era sheba and wolf it up. I don't know there's lots of stuff going on with this thing. As long as it takes some time to understanding your right barnaby and noble did a great job in their video so producer earn. Let's make sure that we get that. In there. I managed to Adds to the liquidity pool for sheep and bone and it's making three hundred eighty four point six percent right now which means bone is coming in. I'm not getting boned. I'm getting bone bone thugs and harmony. I've actually done this as well and So i can actually go on my returns. It looks like to me right now. Having their i mistaken ruth positive. And this is raising so it swap providing about a hundred boats so far dollars so you can get wife not to be confused with rufus our dogs and we call him wolf who by the way here to four shelby referred to as lord rufus the mighty. He is now officially a scottish landowner. As is our producer. Aaron and she she'll be referred to as lady erin the producer of bed crypto via our lord. Actually eight hundred bucks. I've run aid bone and by bucks a pop but what happens is you're not able to withdraw all your all at once. You get one thirty pounds so can't go balls. The where do i take that. Meanwhile one final story which. I find really fascinating. This kid in india is name is gut jewish nake. He's thirteen years old. And he totally understands defy so he he was able to. He started by teaching people. How to code on his youtube channel and then he switched to smart contract consulting. His defy protocol polly garbage manages. Nearly a million dollars is thirteen years old. He's got to learn a solidity. And then. I defy about two to three months so it was free. Lance and launch projects is. Dude is thirteen years old two years younger than mike yet. Daughter my youngest. And i like i like the semi kids These types of articles get checked. Again you're launching. This kid's going to change the world right. He's he's going to be a leader..
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"That's oh the trustees and what you understand so you can see how. The system could be easily corrupted. Reagan one said if you're young and And not liberal. You don't have a heart right because when you're young you tend to see the needs You know you want to change the world. But then he went on to say if you're older in our conservative you don't have a brain it's like when you grow up and you see how the world actually works and take personal responsibility There's a balance between the two in knows. I got older i. My brain grew three sizes that day. Ronald reagan also had another quote. Joel he said this. If fascism ever comes to america it'll be an it will come in the name of liberalism. You just don't understand travis. You just said it's not what i said. Yeah but you still don't understand tax defense citizenship. Loophole for us crypto votes may not stay open for accidentally burr this one but apparently that in several countries portugal saint kitts and nevis and our view. Barbuda dominica vanuatu. Ramada in saint lucia is you can basically In best in cryptos and in projects and eliminate all crypto gains there and get a passport between one hundred thousand nine hundred fifty thousand dollars and you got sedona lesson due diligence. These and then you're able to eliminate your taxes through that by giving passmore relocating out of that we're actually going to eliminate that and we saw this. Not general is i. Send it over the air but the g twenty was talking about and it's looking like it's not a pass a global fifteen percent tax for everyone that way companies to no longer circumvent taxes and offshore Setup things in panama panama papers every company every person in the world of fifty cent tax guaranteed. That's an additional tax on top of the bullshit taxes that are already take place. Doj coin has opened up the world to mean coins and the shiba inu coin is the latest one to get a lot of attention Vitale donated more than a billion dollars worth of sheep to the india kobe. Nineteen relief fund the Token is sheep s. h. Ib and now you know. It's raced up the charts on coin. Market cap and coin gecko in now they have sheba. Swap that has launched and this thing looks really promising. The index has surpassed a million dollars in trading volume twenty four hours after launch. I did say a billion a million right. It is a billion and actually you go look at sheba. Swamp s. h. i. v. a. swap dot com total value. Unlock one.
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"You know one of the reasons that graphics cards have been so expensive is because of the need for. Gp use in mining bitcoin. And now it's speculated here and gives bot that with china cracking down on crypto mining. Perhaps the prices of these graphic cards are gonna come back to a reasonable level again. So you can have your ultra gaming experience without it costing a fortune. Well maybe another people are just going to be like all rights. China's not buying all the gp. Now we're going to buy all the gp news. It's been really hard to snag. Some of those high end ones because all the the online snagging them all but maybe able to get some good gb using. And i'd love to have a nice gp in the german new box. I got a laptop. I don't never do avenue mega assistance. I've got a really nice Gpu in my pc here smoking. So i can play all those gained. That from new egger did yes. It came with it is i chose it. I chose it or it chose me. I'm not sure what the old as old just thinking rose. As long as we're on the other side of the world in the uae. The united arab emirates. They're experimenting and launching an inhouse digital currency You know they're not going to be the only ones. Every nation is going to be experimenting with us and dabbling with having their own currency for their central bank. In fact there was a tweet a of Chairman powell saying something that if we had you know central digital currencies we wouldn't need other cryptos. I'm like oh my gosh. How out of touch can you be. Cryptos exist because of the power of the central banks. It's not as central banks. It's the people who are running central bags. The powers that control those multinational conglomerates right and was printing money. that's why i really think that You know once the federal reserve banks created nineteen hundred gene. That was the watershed moment for global corruption. Really take route so it just took a while for people to sort of understand it and in the need for it happened. this notion. akimoto's like man. We really need to have a digital money. That's you know the couple from government. We have governments that are renting money that is in cahoots with private bankers and the way the system is set up. It's just lends itself for you know. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. You know these people who have been in charge you know it's like literally the families will grant and set up better reserve bank in the in the trust funds. They set up the irs. Those families who set that up and their descendants are at this point they just there st steve and they just think they're about everyone and everyone else is useless. So if on the media the politicians they get on the boards of all these companies they fund all stopped. Because your money and you whenever harris comes in. The trustees are getting money not what's not getting the taxes line they're paying off that twenty trillion dollars in debt..
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"They will go in this ransom off line now with something happened with them. They have disappeared so the move comes after. Some guy named joe gave an ultimatum to russian president vladimir putin about acting on ransomware groups in his country yeah. I'm sure that some senile guy named joe issuing an ultimatum had a real effect on What putin's gonna do obviously very scared of senile. Old men named jovi will stop all things. Because all yeah. I'm sure that has all my favorite part on this. Just like it's almost like if you're playing chess like war you want wanna be you know you wanna be stealthy. The chinese superstar are asymmetrical warfare but whatever biden met with martin euros a list of sixteen critical install That are off limits cyber-attacks. You're not attack water. System do not attack our our oil system. Do not i literally and he just gave him a list. These are not the act. Their critical rarely fell so are evil is gone for the moment. Meanwhile in the uk the police have seized nearly two hundred and fifty million dollars worth of digital assets in a money laundering. Sting the biggest seizure. Ever executed in the queen's united kingdom so two hundred fifty million dollars digital assets have been confiscated makes me wonder like how do they get them. If they're on hardware access keys how do we get these digital assets these or they sit with a sitting on exchange and The largest the you know complication ever but just because they confiscated have access to it right like. Oh hey we found out that you have this but so here here. Here's this particular one. There was a thirty five year old woman who was who see. They seized over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars the bitcoin She had established multiple mutual bank accounts to receive the proceeds of bounceback loans. Part of a program that was issued by the government during covid nineteen. The woman the instigation. Reveal that after receiving the funds in the mule bank accounts the woman used them to purchase bitcoin. So i don't know how they know. She purchased bitcoin with them but she probably wasn't the smartest know in the box. I'm guessing you probably went to coin basis though she got caught and then not so smart. Yep so i did not realize this that bit maim The john was the former. Ceo bit mate. How long is that. How does that happen. I don't know. I haven't. I haven't talked to jihad but he's welcome to come on the show and answer all the questions. Are you mentioned What's that why are you know. I think i wanna because if it's about with with china cracking down on bitcoin mining of that is impacted that in some way but basically saying that he thinks that regulations are necessary for drip. Don't industry are going to be beneficial the space and it's going to eliminate bad actors and fraudulent activities. So this seems to me. He's maybe doing some talking to appeases chimes overlords. Yes we need to be regulated. We need to stop all the bad actors which are point zero three percent or some money been gripped is being used for navarrese means point three of one percent. How many regulations do we have on fiat currency ryan on transacting with markets tons of regulations and has stopped bad actors from acting badly. No but speaking of china. This is pretty fascinating here..
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"And so what we're seeing is a natural cool down from what some would say as irrational exuberance secondly most people watching the market could have guessed that inflation was coming. Well of course you coulda guessed that inflation was coming. All you have to do is look. Who's running our economy and you know they want to raise taxes and so in regulate more. That means you're going to have inflation and boom. You can't buy as much with your dollar so there you go. That's what happens. That is what. I actually want to touch on this. I find this interesting is inevitable. Our side or shape schick reviews. We've used shame jeff along with weather in the past airborne. These is the boundary and seating. Yo and they decided completely decentralized their entire up any tall. And they're gonna do this. Huge airdrop the largest airdrop in history. And so you've done one before trades on shaped ship that you're going to get two hundred bucks if you've done by two nine hundred on shapeshifts. Three hundred bidding bucks etcetera etcetera. And so don't hundred trades or more you're eighty five hundred fox who knows how much oxygen were but basically the president was saying that or vorhees was saying that is become clear that open immutable finance. Choirs opened immutable organizations completely. Decentralized i find that interesting i find it shape shifting. I don't know if they've ever used shapeshifts or not. You know what you have. You shapes us the exodus wallet. Oh so we're gonna get Going to get some airdrops. That's nice so the The lead story from this week the headline itself could be a little misleading. But there is a power plant is hydro electric. It was built in eighteen. Ninety seven in mechanicsville new york. That's near albany The oldest renewable energy facility in the world that still running and what they figured out is that they can actually make more money. Mining bitcoin with us plant than selling the electricity makes to the national grid. So that's what he's doing. That's what the the owner of this power plant is doing. Is they're mining bitcoin. There with the the power instead of sending it on for Other sees about that. And that's in albany. That's up there. Near believe agra balls since seem nah agra falls right. That's that's what. We're not going to sell this electricity to people actually use our own. It's it's It's like a big Like it looks like a damn and they got these big huge turbines. Their water swallowing ruined. That's generating electricity and they're using that to line ones. That will be very efficiently and green use of that. The only problem is we're going to get. This reminds me that can do.
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Dollar even a sad week overall. The last few days of kind of been rumored But who are the big winners for the week. All an empty projects the most part for the top five are energy projects actually want to go ahead and looking and number three was so axiom. Binitie last week was at fourteen bucks. This week is a twenty four dollars. It's up one hundred. Fifteen percent boasts. A low is up forty five percent stats is thirty eight percent. I don't even know what stacks is. But i'm gonna take a look at it and snacks dot co whenever we're sharing these guys. These are great. These are great research opportunities. You hear him somebody your week over week. Your same tokens that are going up. That's the central and the manitoba up. Eleven percent and harmony one token percent And then also want to say this. Engine coin Was up nine percent secular that jal one two three four five of the top. Seven performing tokens in the last week are all inequity related to taxes. Now snacks was a better internet. Built on bitcoin's what's tax says it saw nothing there you go a lot more red for the week The biggest loser tell coin down thirty three percent and of course these are the winners and losers from the top one hundred there are coins that have gained more or loss. More overall sushi unit swap. Aeko me all down twenty percent or so thorne chain waves Plenty of red all the way down Some of them not to damaged but Some of them taken a pretty nasty hit. so what is going on in the bitcoin world. Well we could go to coin telegraph dot com and take a look at the latest stories here to take a look at the situation. Which way are things going to break right here. It says it's gone down and reasons why one billion liquidations are west frequent billion dollar liquidations on somebody dropping a whole ton of bitcoin. And it's basically talking here that you know. We got this resistance point of thirty six thousand dollars. It's been hands where i last. It's been a big challenge. But bulls are saying they have less things to worry about is those future contract and so those liquidations could be really once. They started an answering us into the mix. It has impacted the market. Sometimes especially in time of the month comes around where when those future contracts on up and so there you go. So they're saying there's less less risk of those right now and looks like some people are bullish before i'm not i don't really leverage myself. I don't i don't train. New leveraging agile when it comes to those futures contracts and options and stuff. I can't stay away from just because they're just high risk and i'm not to be traded. I put it over there. That's that's all i do is i put. Yeah not not my thank. The bitcoin price is down fifteen percent of the last month but if inflation is rising so the question from this decrypt article is why would that be because typically when you've got. Us dollar inflation. The dow at your dollar is worth less in. That means that you're that the price of bitcoin should because as deflationary up so the theory is by those that look at the data as that. Bitcoin has lost value. Relative to the dollar since inflation started ramping up again according to this piece the market cap. Bitcoin didn't just rise in late. Twenty twenty in early twenty twenty one exploded..
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"We could share stories about why the price of bitcoin is down. We could share stories about why the price of bitcoin should be going up and there are plenty of people speculating about the ups. And the downs of crypto but since the market is mostly sideways right. Now we've got news surrounding ransomware the sec regulations and the upside of china cracking down on crypto mining. And in case you feel like you're getting into crypto early. Wait until you hear about a thirteen year. Old defy tycoon. It's an amazing time to be alive. Only made more amazing by the fact that at any second of any hour of any day somewhere around the world. Someone is listening to this bad news episode number five hundred thirty. Two of the bad crypto podcast. I blows me away when you think about that at any moment. Somebody's.
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on KCRW
"And Britney Spears is back in court. Today. It's the next step in the singers legal battle to end her conservatorship. First, these new satellites Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Spear. President Biden went over to Capitol Hill today to talk to Senate Democrats about his proposals on infrastructure and the economy. As NPR's Tamara Keith reports. Democrats are not yet United. President Biden's visit to the Hill came as Democratic negotiators announced a budget framework that could be key to passing Biden's infrastructure, healthcare and climate change agendas. But the details are still hazy, and the president's party isn't yet united behind the proposals, which is part of why he was up on the hill, said White House press secretary Jen Psaki. He knows that As president. You lay out a bold agenda or certainly, that's your objective. Members of Congress negotiate the details, and then it's his role to can continue to engage in selling both both packages to members and the Senate and to the public. Government, health officials say. The U. S also saw a record number of overdose deaths last year government saying drug overdose deaths or to a record 93,000 and 2020 nearly 29% increase from 2019. Experts blame lockdowns and other pandemic related isolations, they say made it harder for those with drug problems to get treatment. $3.5 trillion budget deal announced by Senate Democrats would create a national clean energy standard. NPR's Jeff Brady reports that would encourage utilities to switch to cleaner sources of electricity generation. A clean energy standard will be similar to existing requirements in 30 states, telling utilities how much electricity must come from renewable sources. But this national standard is focused on limiting the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. Minnesota Senator Tina Smith is working on a standard that would allow other technologies to certainly wind and solar and renewables also geothermal. We include nuclear as a clean energy power source. And carbon capture technology also that could be installed on anatomy. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS The producer Price index. That's the measure of prices before they head down. The pipeline to consumers took a big bump up last month. Government says prices rose by their highest level in 10.5 years, suggesting inflation could remain high is robust demand fueled by the economic recovery from the Covid 19 pandemic strains the supply chain. Chairman Jerome Powell told lawmakers on Capitol Hill today. While inflation has increased, notably and will remain elevated in coming months, he continues to expect it will not be permanent. Stocks wobbled on Wall Street, The Dow out 44 points the NASDAQ was down 32. This is NPR. And this is KCRW on a Wednesday, July 14th and Larry Peril. Here's what's happening at four reform. Just weeks after Britney Spears dropped a bombshell comments during a rare court appearance in court judge ruled today she can hire her own lawyer to oversee the conservatorship She's been under for the past 13 years. Spears once again addressed the court today in the hearing, calling the legal arrangement effing cruelty. She also said she would like to bring formal charges against her father Jamie over his role in the conservatorship. Singer has been represented by a court appointed attorney throughout the legal action that's controlled her life since 2000 and eight. Her remarks in June led to the resignation of her previous court appointed lawyer and the withdrawal of an estate management company that was supposed to oversee her finances. Well, unlike the huge covid surge in the winter that hit mostly older populations these days, it's younger people finding themselves in the hospital with the virus. Despite jarring statistics that reveal practically every severe cases among the unvaccinated, many young adults have yet to be immunized. KCRW's Matt Dillon has a closer look at research from UC San Francisco exploring why that might be Despite the effectiveness of the vaccines and their widespread availability, about a quarter of unvaccinated people between the ages of 18 and 25 say they're not ready to roll up their sleeves. The study from researchers at UCSF reviewed surveys completed by more than 5000 young adults. Three quarters of respondents said they intended to get inoculated, but among that remaining quarter, some said they wouldn't get a dose. Researchers found reasons varied wildly. Some young people said they were concerned about side effects other side of the safety of the vaccine itself, while a few said they'd pass on getting the shot because others needed it more. In a follow up question. Those most adamantly opposed to getting the vaccine said they didn't need it because they didn't think they were in a high risk group. Or because quote I do not believe Covid 19 is a serious illness. It is KCRW's Matt Dillon reporting. And if you live in Orange County, do you know where to go? If a tsunami threatens the area Well, a new hazard map for OC hopes to help you out there. It updates tsunami zones by mostly.
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg World Hang quarters. I'm Charlie Public. We move into the final hour of trading on this Wednesday, July 14. Julia Qatar's We have got the Dow, the S and P. NASDAQ, all advancing staunch stocks. Touching records. Bond yields falling of second quarter earnings role in and Fed chair J. Powell makes the case for maintaining economic stimulus. As for the economic backdrop and markets, Brian Levitt is global market strategist at Invesco. The challenge with this cycle is that everything is happening very quickly. We had a very sharp recession quick. We had a very quick recovery, and we quickly moved into an expansion phase, and we're already seeing the yield curve flat. And so everything has has accelerated in terms of, uh, the duration of it. And so it's it's probably a shorter value cycle than what you've seen in the past. The S and P 500 fluctuated as Powell presented testimony to Congress heard here on Bloomberg Radio, emphasizing that the U. S economic recovery still has not progressed enough to begin scaling back support, such as asset purchases. 10 year Yield 1.35% the S and P up, 10 Now up by about 3/10 of 1%. Now up 56 up. 2/10 of 1% has tank car by six. Up by less than 1/10 of 1% has stacked 100 index up 4/10 of 1%. Delta Airlines has predicting an earnings rebound in the second half as U. S business traffic starts to revive this fall following surprisingly strong summer demand for leisure trips. Delta reporting this morning shares down 1.9% American Airlines Group higher after the carrier projected it would post a slight pretax profit when it reports earnings next week, the latest sign of a rebound. In U. S TRAVEL Shares of American Airlines Group Up by 2.5%. Apple shares their climbing to a record up right now by 2.5% again. Recapping Equities higher Addison P. Up 10 of 2/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie parents. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Master Bloomberg. Quick takes Tim Stinebaugh on Bloomberg Radio. Yeah, you're listening to Bloomberg Business Week. Wednesday. July 14th.
"wednesday, july 14th" Discussed on KGO 810
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"That I even I'm even going to the Olympics. The 20 year old will be leaving for the Tokyo Olympics. July 25th. She hopes the place in the top 10. She tells me her goal is to enjoy this incredible journey and another Olympic Games. Maybe in her future. I mean, that really is a journey. Wow. Had no idea that she was from such a tough background, You know? Yeah, when you consider that that's even more impressive. Congratulations, sir. We'll watch from a new movie, too. Well, just to show up. There is pretty amazing just to be in to have qualified. But Hopefully, she has a good competition. The Olympics Crazy plagued with Covid 19, as you're well aware there won't be a crowd. I don't even know how safe frankly these athletes are. I'd be very concerned, but They're going full speed ahead. You know? So Yeah, Watch it. I did you circle back around. Sorry. I'm just bothering me. I want to go to the bar. Let's go to breath. Let's go back to Brett now for an update everyone on that situation with the stadium in Oakland Breath Stadium correspondent. So so the issue is the A's have promised to privately financed this particular stadium at Howard Terminal. Problem is the access to Howard Terminal is the issue. And that's where the taxpayer is. It will be on the hook in this particular deal, so the project generated revenues from Jacqueline and Infrastructure financing District are estimated to be $360 million. In in, uh, taxpayer money. Uh, but then the project generate revenues at the Howard terminal Infrastructure financing estimated to include $495 million to be used for infrastructure development, so that would be the taxpayers on the hook for 485 million. That's just an estimate, though, and but just to balance that out. It's estimated that it would bring in $7 billion in new revenue over the life of the stadium for offers. Yeah, Yeah, well, that's so It's an investment, right? Yeah, well, these They always argue that in the case of these huge sunk costs of the short you're talking about, right is that look, you pay the money now It's a lot. But obviously over the life of the stadium, and usually they'll, you know they'll break it out over the course of a decade or whatever. It'll pay for itself and you know the city will get its money back. Look, it's a It's a huge commitment on the part of the city and on the part of the AIDS, but I hope they stay there. I mean, it's just that is a rich tradition. It would be really, um It would be super sad to see them leave. So, uh, when we come back, I want to do a I want to do a chunk of trump just a little chunk because this word about Giuliani And he's somebody in Trump's orbit. That's what we can technically do it as chunk of Trump and frankly, it's not just about Giuliani. It's about what he urged Trump to do. On election night. It's in a new book. There have been there two new books out about the Trump administration. They both appear to be really, really good. And you know what? When I say really, really good. A well source good authors, ones from a Wall Street Journal author, Wall Street Journal writer and he's got really good pedigree. So, uh, When it comes to sources. I'll touch on both of those things next, so we'll do a mini chunk of Trump next. You can participate in the show throughout the morning. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10 As I mentioned the Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik joins us bottom of the hour. Uh, in the I'm sorry. Top of the next hour Bottom. The next bottom of the hour. Carla Marinucci from the California playbook and politico. She joins us as we continue. Mark Thompson, K g 08 10. Oh, What up everybody. Mark Thompson here on day Joe A 10. It is Wednesday, July 14th coming up bottom of the hour after Brett's news, Carla Marinucci. Co author of the California playbook from Political. We'll Talk About a lot of things affecting California. We'll.
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"Voting rights in an NPR interview, vice President Harris insists it should be among their highest priorities. It's morning edition from NPR News. A Texas Republican lawmaker wrote us to say his state capital doesn't seem as crowded as usual. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Steve Inskeep. Democrats left the state to block a voting bill. So we will ask that Republican lawmaker what he does now. Also, we traveled to the new U. S. Covid hotspots and the president once promised irreversible progress against climate change. We asked the EPA administrator what he can do that the next Republican president can't undo it's Wednesday, July 14th. Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons is 34 years old. Today. The news is next. Live from NPR News in Washington on Corvette. Coleman. President Biden is expected to meet with Senate Democrats today on Capitol Hill. NPR's Gile Snyder says. This follows word the Democrats have agreed on a 10 year budget plan costing $3.5 trillion President Biden is to have lunch with Democrats to discuss the way forward now that they've reached agreement among themselves on the scope of the plan. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joined the budget committees 11 Democrats to make the announcement at $3.5 trillion figure sets the upper limit on an eventual go it alone bill that would address climate change and expand health care and other social service programs. NPR's GILE Snyder reporting. Republicans in Congress are expected to reject the budget proposal. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is likely to be grilled about inflation today when he testifies before a congressional committee. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Labor Department says inflation is the highest It's been in 13 years. Consumer prices jumped by 5.4% in the last 12 months, the sharpest increase since 2000 and eight The price hikes come as demand is roaring back from the pandemic recession, While many businesses are struggling to keep up. Carmakers, for example, have been limited by a shortage of semiconductors, which in turn has led to a dramatic spike in the price of used cars. Federal Reserve believes this and other bottlenecks will eventually come unstuck and demand will cool off last month. Fed policymakers raised their forecast for inflation this year, but said they still expect price hikes to moderate to just over 2% next year. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington The National Interagency Fire Center says that 67 large fires have burned nearly a million acres of land are more than 1400 square miles. Almost all the fires are burning in the West, One of the largest, remains the so called bootleg fire burning uncontained in south central Oregon. It is consumed more than 300 square Miles. Pop singer Britney Spears returns to court today in California. A judge is expected to decide if she will be allowed to choose her own lawyer, NPR's Andrew Lim, bahng reports. Spears previously described her private life that is controlled by a conservatorship. In that public testimony back in June, Britney Spears described a life without agency She couldn't pick her own doctors or even her own lawyer. Her current lawyer, Samuel Ingham, the third requested to resign last week, asking the court to appoint someone else in his place. At the same time, the pop star's mother, Lynne Spears, has petitioned for Britney Spears to be able to choose her own private counsel. Spears has been into conservatorship since 2000 and eight. Since then. Her father, Jamie Spears, has had control over all of her finances situation. Britney Spears has said publicly she wants to end. So far, No one has filed to end the conservatorship. If she gets a new lawyer, it would be up to them to follow through. Andrew Lim Bang NPR NEWS. This is NPR. President Biden has discussed his view of protecting voting rights in the US. In a speech in Philadelphia yesterday, Biden defended what he called the moral view of defending voting rights. He is urging Congress to pass stalled legislation that would bring a halt to voting restrictions that are being passed in states led by Republican legislatures. Republicans have defended the restrictions, saying this protects the process of voting. Black scholar and activist Cornel West has released a scathing resignation letter after leaving a position with Harvard University. NPR's Claire Lombardo reports. West says Harvard's Divinity School is in quote, decline and disarray. West announced back in March that he leave Harvard this summer after a long dispute over whether he'd get tenure. In the letter he showed on Twitter this week. West blame what he called the quote anti Palestinian prejudices of the Harvard administration for denying him tenure. In the letter dated June 30th. The professor also said that the shadow of Jim Crow was cast across the school. It's the second time West has left Harvard. The first was in 2000 and two after a spat with the Venn University president. Harvard declined. NPR's request for comment. Cornel West is now headed to Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Clara Lombardo. NPR NEWS France is celebrating its national holiday. Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the best deal prison in 17 89, marking the start of the French revolution. France is holding its traditional military parade in Paris, although fewer Spectators are allowed to attend. I'm Corvette. Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include at Lassen, makers of teamwork software, like the era confluence and tremolo committed to moving work forward for millions of people, thousands of teams and.
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"Three weeks, driven in part by the fast spreading Delta Variant A, B. C's and Florida we're seeing in Missouri, which is one of these new Delta hotspots. The state officials just cancelled a big annual festival there called the Route 66 Festival. That's going to have trickle down effects to restaurants, businesses there that were counting on the cash from visitors. But health officials there are saying it's it's not safe to bring those people in voting went ahead and the Texas State Senate over a bill that would tighten voting restrictions despite Democratic lawmakers leaving the state in protest. Senate Democrats coming to an agreement on the sweeping $3.5 trillion budget plan, including so called human infrastructure President Biden to meet with Senate Democrats today to talk it over and in D C. The Washington Monument reopens today mask will be mandatory, regardless of vaccination status. Dave Packer, ABC News HOMO News 1000 FM 97 7 Common news Time is 4 31. Here's the top local story is recovering for Wednesday. July 14th. Airport officials facing jet fuel shortages are concerned they'll have to wave off planes and helicopters A drop fire retardants during what could be a ferocious wildfire season. Federal officials say they've already had sporadic shortages at some tanker bases and fear multiple bases running out simultaneously. There are currently 10 large wildfires burning in Washington, Oregon, scorching a combined 298,000 acres in our state. Firefighters are battling five large fires are all east of the Cascades. Both Washington and Oregon today will elevate the fire preparedness level to five, which is the highest level means fire activity is extremely high and resources are tight right now the state is working to bring in help from other parts of the country. Almost Tammy Matassa has that part of the story. Powerful, fast moving flames are leaving a massive trail of destruction across Washington state. And tribal lands. It's going to be and has been a very long summer. Right now. The Department of Natural Resources says six large fires and several small fires are burning. More than 49,000 acres of D and R. Protected lands have been scorched. And so far this year dinner has tracked 681 fires in the state. That's nearly three times more than the 10 Year average of 275 fires each season. That's almost tamping. Natasa reporting. Here's a look at some of the fires across the state. Two of the biggest, the Burbank fire near Yakima has grown to 12,000 acres and the Lick Creek Fire near a stone has grown more than 58,000 acres and is currently 20%. Contained. Several fires have forced a portion of highway 22 shut down west of Winthrop. BOT officials say the North Cascades highway will likely be closed for several more days. Drivers should use highway to or I 90 to travel across the state. 12,000 acre fire has burned homes in Okanogan County. That's where we refined Comox, Cara Kostanic 14 Structures Bird, seven were homes. But now there's concern about what's to come. We have critical fired day to where there's there's going to be increased winds. And so that's that's a real issue for us to see a level two incident team arrived to help fire injured livestock that had to be euthanized. And people like Stephen Lost. It all hurts my heart to see your heart. See your house gun as the sun sets on this difficult moment. Stephen will never forget, he says he'll find hope in a new beginning. There's going to be itself all but I got this. It's almost Karakasevic Report. Normal news time is now. 4 34 Koma traffic..
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"At a federal level, but that attempt remains stuck in Congress. The vice president talks how to move forward. So what does that look like? It includes resources and attention being given to registering people to vote. I'm Michael Hill. It's morning edition from NPR and W N. Y. C. Texas Republicans look to press on with their restrictive voting bill after Democratic lawmakers left the state. The new federal budget agreement includes big spending to fight the climate crisis will talk to the head of the EPA and the high School senior from Queens describes her family's experience through the pandemic. And what you learned about the science of stress. It's Wednesday, July 14th. The news is next. Live from NPR News in Washington on Korova Coleman. Senate Democrats have reached an agreement among themselves on a major budget deal. The plan spends $3.5 trillion over the next decade on issues such as climate change, healthcare and social issues. NPR's Susan Davis reports. The spending plan is a priority for President Biden. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced the deal along with all 11 Democrats on the Budget committee. 3.5 trillion is far less than progressive Democrats had hoped for, but near the maximum of what moderate Democrats were willing to spend. A few details of the plan are locked in. But Schumer said it would expand Medicare to help seniors pay for dental vision and hearing coverage. Virginia Senator Mark Warner said the plan would be fully paid for Democrats have previously indicated they plan to roll back some of the trump tax cuts affecting corporations and the wealthy. To pay for expanding the social safety net for the middle class. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington Separately, a bipartisan group of senators has been working on an infrastructure package that's backed by President Biden. It would spend $1 trillion on traditional items such as roads, bridges and water systems. It's less than when Biden originally sought later today, the president will meet a bipartisan group of governors and mayors at the White House. They'll talk about the infrastructure proposal. There's continuing unrest in both Cuba and Haiti. The U. S is warning residents of those countries against trying to reach the United States by C. NPR's Gile Snyder says the caution is from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Secretary Mayorga says there has not been a surgeon efforts to migrate to the US by sea, but after widespread protests broke out Sunday in Cuba And the assassination of Haiti's president. He warns that it's not worth risking the dangerous crossing and that any migrants intercepted at sea will be sent back home. He says the Coast Guard is monitoring the Florida Straits for any increase in unsafe migration. NPR's Gile Snyder prepared that report. Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is likely to be grilled about inflation today when he testifies before a congressional committee. NPR's Scott Horsley reports that the Labor Department says inflation is the highest that it's been in 13 years. Consumer prices jumped by 5.4% in the last 12 months, the sharpest increase since 2000 and eight The price hikes come as demand is roaring back from the pandemic recession, While many businesses are struggling to keep up Car makers, for example, have been limited by a shortage of semiconductors, which in turn has led to a dramatic spike in the price of used cars. The Federal Reserve believes this and other bottlenecks will eventually come unstuck and demand will cool off last month. Fed policymakers raised their forecast for inflation this year, but said they still expect price hikes to moderate to just over 2% next year. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington You're listening to NPR news. You're listening to W. N. Y C in New York at 604 Good morning. I'm Michael Hill Fog and drizzle this morning shower and thunderstorm chances this afternoon in a high near 90 delays on New Jersey transits Pascal Valley line this morning. W. N. Y C has obtained a recording of the Republican nominee for governor in New Jersey, Jack to the rally, making false comments about the state's L G B T Q. Curriculum w N. Y. C is Matt Katz reports. She literally was meeting with voters at a gun range when he referenced to recent changes to the state curriculum that mandate the inclusion of LGBT Q people and their accomplishments in classroom instruction. In the recording, he falsely alleges New Jersey students are being taught sex acts in school and says he'll reverse the changes. We're not teaching gender idea in sexual rotation kindergarten. We're not teaching sodomy in sixth grade. The curricula doesn't call for teaching, sexual orientation or sodomy. Gay rights activists in the state describe the comments as intolerant in a statement to W. N. Y. C should have really said he hears from parents all the time. The governor Phil Murphy, is infringing on parental rights to educate their kids about personal and intimate topics. Women candidates who won in the June primary elections are taking a victory lap after making history in the New York City Council. David Cruz has more than that. Happens when women run women way What happens when women run? That was the chance at a news conference celebrating the Democratic primary wins and will put more than two dozen women on the council, giving it a female majority for the first time in the city's history. Former Council speaker Melissa Mark Viverito says the next question will be who should lead the council as speaker. And I look forward to.
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"No end number four train service from Marshall Parkway to Woodlawn due to a Signal problem. Two teenagers were shot and killed in separate incidents in the Bronx yesterday. The NYPD says it suspects gang related gunfire hit a 13 year old boy outside a restaurant on East 187th Street in the Belmont section around three in the afternoon. And late last night, someone shot and killed a 16 year old boy outside Richmond Park in the Tree Mod section of the Bronx as well. We're getting word now that Democratic Mayor elect uh the nominee, Eric Adams is heading to the White House to talk to the Biden administration about guns more to come on that story. New York City police interventions for emotionally distressed Children are rising. That's according to a new report from advocates for Children of New York police officers will intervene when called by either a teacher or principal. To remove a student from class and then have them transported to a hospital for psychological evaluation. The report found that in one out of 10 times as student is either handcuffed with metal or Velcro, don yester was one of the lead authors of the report. She says schools need access to more social workers and training for these situations. Not law enforcement. This involves students who need social, emotional, mental health support and not a police response. A total disconnect and misalignment of resources. Yes, it's organization is pushing for more than 2200 social workers throughout the public school system. Oh, it's formally known as the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. But many locals know it as Z Leo Feast, and it's taking place in Williamsburg all week long. The festival is centered around the Z Leo 65 ft tall tower that is taught with his statue of ST Linus of Nola. The tower weighs thousands of pounds and more than 100. Men lifted and dance several times throughout the day celebrations both religious and secular, taking place each night through July. 18th. The Z Leo will be lifted again on Wednesday. That's on Wednesday, July 14th at.
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"Right. I'm feeling good about life in general, if not necessarily confident, going into tomorrow's historic game seven. Well, you know, I told a bunch of my bolts fans down here that it would go seven. And it turned out that it did, And that's a beautiful Two years in a row that both killer teams they are they are phenomenal teams with superstars on each I want to see a nice, clean game. I hope Kucherov is ready to go. Uh, but man You want to talk about pissing away momentum and ate nothing when? Two nights ago, and then it all comes back to an overtime loss last night and now These guys all know they're playing for it all tomorrow at the Emily and I hope that our crowd can be loud and supportive and holy crap of my nervous I watched last night and I was on the edge of the seat. Oh, sorry. I bet you were. I just hung up on you accidentally. I didn't do that on purpose car might sound like a nice guy. What's up, Clark? Hey, Drew. How are you? Hi, Clark. I was just thinking about an Edna from from the first vacation movie. When I said Clark Mhm. I get that a lot. I bet you do. What's up, dude? Well, First of all anybody who's not nervous going in tomorrow. He's doing it wrong. You should be nervous. It's a Game seven. But my my positive outlook is based on the fact that at this level of the playoffs in both any any sport that has a tournament format is it's all about making adjustments. That's why you don't see a lot of 14 sweeps. Once you get this deep into it. Those happened in the early rounds when teams aren't good enough to make adjustments. So it kind of figures that the Islanders would adjust. After taking an eight and up, beat down and do what this last night, But now it's our turn to adjust, and we've been pretty good at that, hence not losing two games in a row. The most part throughout the whole season. So I I have confidence in our guys ability to adjust and I think they will do so. And I think we'll come out on top That said, I'm as nervous as anybody else, and, uh, Reading it and looking forward to it at the same time, which is what playoff hockey is about emotionally. I'm in. I'm in the same boat right now. And, uh, I wish that Wednesday July 14th was here already. So I can see lickety laughter at the salty Shamrock in Apollo Beach, Florida hosted by the one and only Carl Clark Brooks featuring gender Kellie Kyle Baker. And Dylan Walker. That's what I wish Clark. Oh, man, I'm working down my account credit. You definitely are. I still have many more plugs that go to pay off the cup of coffee that you got me at the annually arena for our broadcast out there. And if you were at drag queen Bingo tonight at two shepherds tap room that I would certainly tell people to go see there. But it is the lovely Amy DeMillo, who You may or may not know when I was on the morning X. We're looking for a drag queen to come in and give me a lap dance and Amy DeMillo was good enough to do so And it was a very uplifting experience. She's only the best. What do you think That's the top of the mountain right there. So no doubt about it, and boy who wouldn't want to climate but anyway from six to midnight, uh, good speaking with you, and, uh and let's go bolts, Clark. I love your optimism. Yep. We'll see you tomorrow. Thanks, pal. Yeah, I'm with Clark. Here. We're going to have time to adjust. And you know, for for a game seven all or nothing. This is exactly what the Bulls want to be. They want to be home, you know, and You know, with the Islanders coming forward with the physical game to cause injuries. The last thing you want is to be on the receiving end of headwinds. You know, iron, and I think he's going to bring it. He's going to stand up for our boys, and we're going to see some good stuff. Hedman is one of those guys where I don't know a lot about hockey. But when I watch him out there And the way he hustles and the intelligence with which he plays. I'm blown away. We we are so fortunate to have so many guys. Ryan McDonagh. Makes plays that I feel like if I were a better hockey fan, I would appreciate more. I I appreciate what I see. But then I think, man, if I had been watching hockey for 20 years instead of just eight I would appreciate this guy a hell of a lot more. I mean, it's great to see the guys all just everybody's got their roles are filling in. You got point doing the goals stammers, just galvanizing the teen every chance he can get. And Hedman is still, you know, holding it up as one of the last enforces that we have out there. You know, in a in a league that's really focusing more on skills and younger players. Yeah, yeah, but I mean, who's that? Barzel Marcel for the other team, Whatever the hell his name is. That guy can handle the hell out of the park words. Uh, it's got, uh Am I am equal parts nervous and excited for a big game seven tomorrow. All right, hang tight. We're gonna run through some news stories. We get back. We call it John's joints. We'll tell you how to keep your under carriage free from chafing. And we have an updated Number when it comes to the collapse.