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"bill johnson" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"I know raise the margins what we were just talking about by eighteen percent. Which of course makes it more expensive to hold positions whether long or short So you know again. It's just one of those things where you can get very wild swings in markets. They are benefits. If you know how to handle maybe if you know how to offset some of the risk in after hours markets and they're just simply things that a lot of people didn't know and they didn't know the tools that were available to them and i think that's really ultimately what makes it so sad is that it didn't have to be this way. I think robin hood set up with good intentions. They are what's called the payment for order flow system. They are not free which everybody thinks. It's just that there is there. Certain trading fees and rebates for either providing liquidity or taking liquidity to these e. Cnn's and if none of that makes sense you're that's exactly part of my point even understand there's this whole other world back there. So robin hood keeps all of these. Trading repeat rebates and. That's not necessarily a bad thing. It does give the little guy access to stocks investing without paying an actual commission. At least who. They pay the who pays their fees. And one of the groups is citadel. Who was one of the hedge funds so the headphones pays the fee so so the brokers So the investors get in but then that was why they felt cheated by robin hood. Because robin hood protected the fee payers which was fitted al in other hedge funds. At least that's what it looked like when fat looks like ab narrow high right sounds that and that's it's very easy to understand why they would think that way but anybody who's been in the field of economics or finance a lot of different myths and misperceptions in there about you know here's the way that it looks when in reality it just it just simply isn't but if you don't know you don't even know you're going to start feeding off of i mean think about it. They're getting all of their education from the chat rooms from other people who don't know they just go. Oh yeah it's the big hedge funds that are pulling the puppets on the strings. And they're sticking it back to us. It's proves our point and it just perpetuates and perpetuates in. It's just simply not true.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
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"bill johnson" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show
"And you do not want a do not wanna a tied court born more at that point you do not. Talk about who you think may be the nominee we should know by the end of this week. Well, we will and I think he's made it very, very clear that he plans to nominate a female. And I think he should Justice Ginsburg of course was was a woman and and the court is made up mostly of of men, and so I believe that that it is important that he nominated woman I don't know who that nominee is going to be I am I have already begun praying for the nominee whoever that is because I don't think the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee I don't think they're gonNA pull any punches I think. They hate this president so bad. They've demonstrated through their promotion of defunding the police and their refusal to call out these liberal mayors and governors for letting our cities burn down They've demonstrated that they will burn our country down to get what they want, and so I don't anticipate that they will pull any punches with female candidate and and I worry I worry about the the effects on on their family because if they do. To this nominee, what they did to justice cavenaugh it's going to be another very, very sad day for American I. Know The life issue is very important to us. We've talked many times I. It seems like a lot of pro-life groups really pushing for Judge Amy. Barrett. saying that she's number one on the Supreme Court wish lists for most pro-lifers and certainly She's either met with or going to meet with President trump. So be bit surprised if she doesn't end up being the nominee again, we should find out by Saturday but do you know much about her or her record? I that she is a she is a strong woman of faith and I know that I've seen I've seen reports and clips of when she was confirmed as a federal judge in her current hasn't appellate court judge She was confronted by Dianne Feinstein about her her her her fate, and you know and and since when does a person's fate play into their ability to to do a particular job you know I I just I can't believe that that's why we have devolved to in the world of American politics that that. That I personally fate is is considered unqualified to serve and an important roles like that because nothing could be further from the truth and I remind people all the time, our our constitution talks about freedom of religion not freedom from religion and it guarantees the First Amendment guarantees every American, the right including judges by the way to exercise their religious freedom means they can live it out. They can practice it day in and day out they don't have to hide it behind the doors of their homes or or churches, or or cathedrals or synagogues they can exercise their right of religious freedom. And that's what the constitution guarantees so I but I'm not going to be surprised that they that they attack her for that. We're talking about the US Congressman Bill Johnson Republican from Ohio district six We talked a little bit earlier about the possibility of riots and violence there in in DC and also I mentioned the tent revival meeting that's going on there and and Franklin Graham and and other evangelist.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show
"Good morning and welcome back third and final hour Tom Road morning show on this Wednesday September twenty third twenty twenty, fifty, one right now and Brockville at eight Oh four, US congressman Bill Johnson joins us now he is From Ohio district six but in DC now good morning congressman good morning, Good Morning Tom, trust, you and your family you're doing. Well, we're doing great. We're doing great is you and I were talking before we went on the air would've senior in person this week had we been? At the Federation for American Immigration Reforms feet to fire event there at the Phoenix. Park. Hotel and you've been kind enough to join us in person last few years for that event But you know because of everything extenuating circumstances that event was cancelled but you know I I don't know that that I would want and I know you've got to be but I don't know that I would want to be in DC right now with some of the things that are going on I talked to. My friend, David Harrison about the the DC awakening a tent revival meeting that they're having over there close to the Washington Monument and then the The Franklin Graham prayer March that they're going to participate in on Saturday, and they're already getting warnings that they're supposed to be A. Counter protest the could end up turning violent on Saturday. Yeah I I'm concerned about that Tom I am because the the DC mayor as very liberal. we've seen the the mayor's. Lack of of intestinal fortitude in in camping down the violence the Capitol Police and the secret service protect the president and and the Capitol Complex. But once you get outside of those parameters then it's The Washington DC police department and they fall under the orders of of the of the of the mayor and so I I am very concerned about that. I was here the night of President Trump's acceptance speech back back last month. And and I'll tell you It was very, very concerning. We were confronted by some of the rioters and anarchists not nearly at the level that that Senator Rand Paul and his wife were but it it could have gotten very ugly and I think it's I think it's ramping up and and unfortunately I think it's going to get worse before it gets better and I just pray that everybody that comes here your friend and others. Are Safe and and and and. The God just watches over them because the city of Washington DC is not going to. That's such..
"bill johnson" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Buckle BAC welcome back Bob. I'm glad you phoned sir. This is newsradio eleven eighty good morning Good Morning Bob. We've got an we were sitting around. We had an idea for a fundraiser to raise. A lot of money to purchase just thousands of black lives matter. T shirts and we would have former. President Obama. Rich won the Nobel Peace Prize. As we know go back to his hometown and distribute them in a peaceful manner. Do all you in the known violent areas of Chicago? Therefore, we would have no more violence if anybody WHO's wearing that shirt now If. T shirts saved lives we'd have far fewer funerals my friend Andy this is newsradio eleven eighty welcome sir. Hey. Bob. I got a question for you. Yeah. They took away that six hundred dollars federal unemployment payment today. Yup and they're saying that they're going to give you a seventy percent of your original weight. Okay. That means I probably won't be returning to my job that I'm on furlough from. I'm going to be looking for another one. But again. If. You refused employment terminate here, unemployment payment almost immediately well But that's not the reality and the giving you seventy percent is what the Republicans propose. There has been no deal reach. So right now at the end of the day you got unemployment, we'll be the half of your base pay that New York pays you and nothing extra until there's federal legislation news with a great Todd Halliday. Then you're on the air on Newsradio wham eleven eighty saying. It's not the same thing I say not at the Fisher asked the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. You took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot? Org?.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Mines on the rock game mouth and then the West. And Western skies welcome back droops it's open lines Friday. The number is four to one check that to two to eleven eighty or one, eight, hundred, two, nine, five, eleven eighty had George Mattress on the other day He's the Republican running for Congress against Joe Morelli and Osama I thought I did pretty good when he was on the show a caller Andrew. Metrics here the other day circuit morning. Welcome to the broadcast. Good morning, Bob thanks I appreciate that you betcha. So how did you meet George Mitchell? was outside into my yard just the spending limit reading some books and the guy walks by and it goes up to my neighbor's house and very put something in their mailbox. They went home and Hey, I talked to you for a minute I met. Sure. Names drug which just running for Congress and I want to tell you about little things. Okay. Sure. And he wanted to speak about what he wants to do, and I was really impressed. With some very easy to talk as very common sense ideas about safety for the strength, both on a local level national level, and he's only the work with blood with the governor, for Mayor Warren, to help us the schools and it just seemed to be where it's necessary talk Democrats. He wants to do that and he has very common sense idea. What He me exactly the opposite of haughty politician much more wants to hear with you and much different than how does rally And he's very mature, very smart well thought out as opposed to C.. I think it'd be great. Just. Has a lot of common sense. You know he's intelligent. I happen to agree with most of us but but just seems very easy to talk to these very personal. I. Supporting to you the single person not just have the title congressman and I main part hit me. The most is that he really loves America. He came because he was eight years old from Greece. This and then he has. A gratitude to America and what his philosophy is, you can have America's great. And you can still improve. Versus the idea where wildlife there was some racism, two years ago American number was great and that I think is very important idea. He's humble. He wants to pay back when America this for his family he wants to open up for people like that, and that's really I think that's such a foreign concept that yeah, okay. We are country people doing fantastic here. Here. But are we perfect? No, and we can improve and that's improved together but we don't have to say terrible to say we have to improve. So that was really I. was like, Hey, this guy's right on target really right up there. He's cares about safety he's not against improving I just think he'd be a great congressman outstanding outstanding I appreciate that Sir. Thank you so much and again it. It's it's tough to be challenger to you know a giant political power like Joe Morelli. Joe Morelli owns the county executive chair. He owns the county clerk chair You know he may be just about to take over the chair of the Monroe County Democratic Party I think he just got his person on the Monroe County Democratic Elections Commissioner Job. He's very, very powerful person in its and again, you know maybe like he may be powerful for is maybe eleven but There's George Mitchell out there and he's GonNa long he's trying to do his thing and will listen challengers to incumbents in Monroe County. Don't win. All right. I don't know if the last two centuries that's ever been thing but there ought to be choice softens it, and that gentleman there seems to like him pretty well Keith. Glad. You called Sir you're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Hi. Bob Thank you. So the call. I'm just curious. would be open once the public libraries going to be open again, gyms are close Jewish. Nothing about the libraries. I check almost every day as I'm coming in from Iran and and the signs you're up there still closed. And and here's the thing. I call them, they put me on hold and then they finally answered. They said, they don't know when they're going to be open. The thing is that public libraries wh- I love libraries. The public libraries also have come to serve another purpose especially like in in like in downtown Rochester. There a place people can get out of the elements and they're also a bathroom you know. What's good. Only, thing I like about it could I don't have any outside source except radios so I go in there on a computer the computer check on. Emails and everything like that, and then family history on facebook. What other than that I don't know what's going on out here every day turn onto US station or On TV if I'm somebody's house other than that, I don't know what's going on out there all the time. Do you have? So you you go there to get a get an Internet connection. Yes do you take your laptop or do you use their? Laptop. To computers, right at the library. I got emails are signed up, and of course. Since beginning everything happened way back at the beginning of March I. Have Not Been On. As. I said a lot of things that don't get on the news like some people passing rate. You said a few minutes ago we haven't Sherry passed away. I would never known that. I don't even get to look at the newspaper came get a newspaper. Cheap enough. I'm trying to think I. I don't know any place else where you would do it. All. Right. Well, I'm just wondering anything Bob has any Paul yet if he's still waiting to see what governor Cuomo is going to do whatever I don't know that the Duffy is I think that it's everything everybody's responding to the State is how? Yeah. I again to be cut off from the Internet since March is a huge thing imagined personal emails family or again. On facebook, my brother had a comic. George. Told me about my sister in law passed away. So I would never known that. Yeah. I'm sorry if anybody knows in call it but I yeah I I don't know any place else. There are other places you can get Wi fi if you've got, you know a phone or a laptop, you can go off and go to McDonald's or something like that. I understand that but I, don't computer. Yea. I'm so sorry buddy. Quickly to get emails all the time. So yeah. Yeah I'm sorry, Keith. I'm sorry. I don't have a better answer for you it to two to eleven the number back in your on the going to the bathroom thing and I I hate to bring this up again. But because the other day had my stupid rant on where people urinate in public. But there aren't public restrooms. You know it. The municipalities don't do. That means nothing because you know human beings to have bladders and they do have kidneys and they produce urine it's a biological thing. But if you don't have some office to go into used to be believe it or not downtown Rochester used to have to McDonald's eight. Of course now has done and and very, very other little food service but there. are places you can go and for many people you know and some people are you know they have time to fill in the day maybe they're homeless or whatever I don't know but you know the the library if if nothing else was a place to go to the bathroom and you know I just right now if you are a person who has no place to go during the day Where do you go to the bathroom? There aren't any public restrooms and to go into the other some maybe people can go into like the county office building or City Hall but for both those especially City Hall you have to go through security thing and I I don't know how it works and why bothers me but I just think you know there's somebody out there has got to go to the bathroom and where they do anyway, I'll shut up and try to think of things that may be more interesting to discuss in half a moment on Newsradio wham.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"And they, you can find a now it takes a Lotta dog research in order to do that. I. Remember my sister I who does not glad she asked me is asked me to take her to court houses in Georgia and in Virginia. So. She didn't meticulously search through these records I happened to be. Waiting for her one day because I mean, that's interest. I love her as a sibling. Glad to help her. But I wasn't GonNa pour through these rats and I remember. Hair her shout out I found it. Wish she had found was on our great grandmother's marriage license. He found her family name. Now every time she researched that May. She found. She came she thought she came upon a dead end because they were white. Okay. and. What she found out was that this talent they on her birth certificate in eighteen, fifty eight. Heard. It was entered slave girl and I forget with her family name was okay. So he was able to go back can't go back much further than that, and that's where the dad in. Now maybe there are people who are more skilled and genealogy than me. Who can say that way but I know the Matt Mass Sister Has Doggedly identified. By name. Six thousand relatives from both sides of the family she has. This huge database. But they only made and and only other pieces of information she can prevent. is their birth and death dates. Okay. So, it's a seven incomplete story in the people who can help us sell it in. For example, I now have two cousins, my mother's first cousins. Who are over one hundred years? Old One of them is one, hundred seven. And even when I try to and she was born she one hundred and she, she'll be one, hundred and eight. Two weeks okay. and. So she was born in Nineteen. Point something like that. Okay. So I try to talk to her cousin Virginia. What about this? What about even her memory is dim she can't go back too far. Okay. She's lying beg something like this. That's the issue that many of us fine and then of course, people change their last name. Sure people. So Somme be read our e Adea of sudden they changed it. They just changed one vow R. E. D. R. E. N. D. E. You can hit. You can hit Gordon Mestre. STONEWALL trying to trace people back but there are people like her. WHO had no formal training in genealogy but who have taken this up with with with great passion? She's retired she spent. Oliver. wigging out she'll call me by. I'm another cousin. I mean call me when you hit the lottery. she she this is just a thing of excited for her. To, keep adding to that list but is a sense that it is a one dimensional a research because we can find a name. We can't find much else about how they live their lives. Crisis the Mayor Bill Johnson thank you so much for speaking with. It's always delight. I. I would like that my friend it God bless you sir have a wonderful day. Mayor Bill Johnson forgive me Sam. We blew off the break probably it's time for news or something like that on newsradio Ham eleven eighty. From the West Virginia Coal.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"These sites. The previous summer. When I was down in south. Carolina. Place. In school which my group King. Had used as a training site So I I mentioned that took a lot of ads at all. Since you on that drain, let me point out some other things anyway last summer I spent eight days. In late June and early July on the Alabama civil rights trail and there I can't tell you by number reminded that they have created a number. Of of part sites and everything. Every one of them. and. That was when in the first place I went to. With Anniston Alabama which was the site. Of the first. freedom ride bust being her. And I spent almost two hours. They're just standing there reading the story. John Lewis was not on one of those this John Lewis and actually somebody city the general yesterday. Taking his own freedom ride a year before he and one of his colleagues But it was there that I understand really not only what the nation had gone through back in the sixties, which is the time I was growing up as a teenager. In the fifties how was in college in the sixties? I I was part of that. A A movement. So but I got a great understanding of what people like John Lewis contribute. To make these things happen and it is he's just. I never met him in life. I I regret to say I didn't realize how small his stature was, but he was a giant. And anytime, anybody could could subject that body. How to advance cause that he has he did on a number of case, you can only be a tremendous. pride and had a person like that tennis strength and he lived he lived creed. He lived the street and I. think that's the best thing. He man speaking to a a mayor Bill Johnson in you. There's a there's a generation that's passing we of course have you know racism at today but in your younger years and the people of your age, there was actual statutory Jim, Crow Stuff drinking fountain. The lunch counter the buses all that was real and their people still alive who face that now part of their life but that generations going away, is there an understanding that that people younger? WHO. Didn't see that should have or or what what should we know about those days please Sir. I I think you're absolutely right. There's a generation had got children and grandchildren. my oldest daughter was born four months. Martin Luther King was assassinated. In nineteen sixty eight. they didn't live through wet their parents and grandparents lived through. Only know. These experiences if they read it at all in the textbook cords sorta grandma tanks. In the movies. the current movement of young people. black lives matter, and all of the people that support them. I think now is really beginning to understand not just. What these people like John Lewis Went through, but they understand that takes more than just protests and take strategy. You know John Lewis could have gotten beaten dozens of times on the Edmund rich and it would not have meant anything. Except that. Action filed the Congress of the United States the president of the United States. To the voting rights. Legislation and there was broad support for. What they have to learn what they should be learning and hopefully what I learned today. Is that yes, you can dramatize a caused by causing calling attention to and they've done an a second job doing the. But ultimately, it's GonNa. Take a change in policy and you're GONNA take a change in hearts. And that's the hardest of Clark to get people. To really understand things that are are. A fact of life within never thought about before. It take it for granted and they say, Oh, I don't I don't contribute to this problem but yes way. You. Do if you don't try to disrupt it if you don't try to dismantle it. I think John Lewis Greatness turnout yesterday. We have when he had the vision and the courage and the insight. To leave a parting word it was just like when they took his body into the capital Rotunda. And they played that commencement speech that he gave a few years ago. All right I mean how? Is Anti here you standing in front of a man's Cask. And you hear his voice so loud and clear. So he played that that was grammatically here him damp summarizes philosophy but yesterday when he had that letter released on the. So he he has somebody said President Clinton somebody that he has given us I'm watching. So I, hope that the young people who who succeed him. We'll look at that closely understand what it means that that's not words you know this is just rhetoric. But this is a man saying, here's how did it and passing this mantle onto you you have to do it justice effectively as we did. Spend the bill, Johnson it an unrelated question last bother you with. But since I've got you and I know you have knowledge on this night, long had curiosity I think yesterday referenced it. It real relative to Congressman Lewis Harris. His parents are as his grandparents or great grandparents had been had been slaves and I know that the been interested in in family history and stuff like that. Is it and I know records. Often didn't exist. But how how how does our free me? How often are African Americans able to trace their family history back to specific individuals who are in slavery I? You know I know my people into the like the into that era. So a others must I mean to be a black person and say this name, this person, this place my blood was a slave, our records available make that happen and again a dumb question. But what is that like? How does that inform the feel the feelings and thought of person? pleaser. Well, you know because you wanna pass along some information. I it said my sister had really become a family genealogist. And I can say that she has effectively traced back. To our great grandparents and who were children of slaves other words. One. At four great grandparents on on out. But I guess it would be eight canal. Mother and Father Sang When you get back, they were born shortly after. Emancipation okay. So, you can go to the eighteen sixty census records, and if you've got.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"A senior Nineteen eighty-one to twenty fourteen in service to his Lord this community. A man of knew him well, joins us now the former mayor, the city of Rochester the Honorable Bill Johnson. Good Morning Sir, and welcome to the broadcast for the morning. Bob. Thank you sir, you're doing well life's okay. Slang. Strain on every inch my house and than that palms. Outstanding Sir who was? Reverend. Jerry please. Well first, and foremost, he was a servant of God. And Ordain, minister? Who? Came into this community and. Really, got acclimated to river. quickly. And transformed inch from one that served it's It's it's against its members to win. That was can't really a church of the community. In so many ways he opened up in two people or events meetings. and he became a counselor to so many. Young People Spang ministers, community leaders who valued his advice and input. even just a unique. Day. In in those early years sir, you were at the Urban League and and you're able to to partner your efforts often is that correct? Sir? That's right. I joined the board Appease after he gains a town, we invited them to serve on the board. And then I, we came up with this idea for fundraising Sunrays, we'd always had a membership grab. It was really kind of pass it. Were, you know people would. Allow of out of senator, check in or something like that we decided to. Go to the base community. So we set up. A kind of friendly competition. with church is Reverend. Jerry actually took idea on how convinced his? Clergy colleagues that this would be valuable. I think for them to do to work to help the urban league support his programs. So, we ended up with thirty or forty churches that annually setup campaigns where they would solicit within their churches that membership. and. Then we were actually recognize them based on you know with the batter them up to slide sturgis small churches. And So there was There was always a spirit of competition. as to which. You know could be the most helpful to the League and he he blessed that He. Keeps he chaired. He had the first. Pop punks and that his church And And he you know. In. So many ways steer was just so wonderful. Now he might not. He might not appreciate me saying this about him. But he was a Baptist minister. In the nineteen eighties. When women were not really welcome. In the pulled in. So you to grapple with that. Because A lot of these smaller churches, hat female passes. And I watched him really just sort of. His own. His Own approach you welcome those those female pastors into this event. And let them come up and just talked which was really it might seem like a a manner thing but it was a huge thing. Back then and and so I saw him. Welcome. female as his colleagues. So he's he just, but he did it in a way. It was so quiet. He didn't make a big. ATLANTA. If he didn't say today is the first day I'm going to allow women that come from my pulpit makes you know you you go there they're sitting there. Okay. Wow. He he broke down that barrier. And he did that across the denominational lance gives a lot of competition among them the nominations. One of his best friends in this town is Bishop James Right. At the Church of God in Christ, the cost of the nomination there's. been a lot of of Again a play. Between the traditional. Denominations, baptist methods. The like with the costal he reverend Levin Cherry ambitious ranked struck up a great friendship and they worked together on a lot of projects. So so his legacy. Is is really. Great, in this community, it's being course of Mayor Bill Johnson about a the passing of the Reverend James L. Cherry a senior it what's his spirit and you touched on this earlier sir. But what do you think is spiritual legacy is please. Why Bank that he left this the city? whip. Those foundations that he put in place. Key let them in place he had enough people who subscribed. His approach who wanted to carry on his work. You know he left Sun here to run another large church. there. There's really distinct difference between the two James L. Tear it But the fact of the matter is You know he felt that Keaton he could leave here comfortably. knowing that that here the city was in good hands and there was still a lot of his so-called disciples people who really subscribe. To that ecumenical approach that he he was so upon of of advancing he knew that that work continue and it still does speaking course to Bill Johnson and a young reference at Antioch Baptist in this is impossible to know or maybe to say. But if if he had a a message, he'd give people today. What do you think you would be sir? I think in his in his ear where there's so much division and I think he would be present. How do we get together? What can we find a common ground? What can we approach each other? Even without differences, there's gotta be some area commonality and that would be. The message that that reverend sure would be would would be pushing it preaching today. This. Is Bill Johnson. Of course I'd be remiss this week not to ask you this question this week that that America pays its respects to congressman John. Lewis? I your thoughts relative to him in his contributions please Sir. I think that it would be redundant for me to say this man was a giant at and said repeatedly. But. I just sight to this one experience that I happen to have last summer. Really solidified in my mind. John. Lewis. So. There is something that call the US civil rights trail that's being developed ironically. In that movement is at hall who used to have to let just a visit as events and bureau here for a number of years. At home I went back to Alabama. and. They're leading this and they're trying to create these sites. And maybe working them world tourist attraction. So. Going into these cities that were that between now and during the Civil Rights Era Selma Birmingham. Montgomery. MEMPHIS places like that. and. These communities have begun to bill monuments so. It adds direction I had stumbled upon. One of.
PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire
"It's the deadliest corporate crime in U. S. history and PG&E pleaded guilty to eighty four counts of manslaughter on Tuesday for its role in igniting the California wildfires that killed eighty four people destroyed nearly nineteen thousand homes and businesses and the entire town of paradise on the same day that CEO bill Johnson repeated the guilty plead to involuntary manslaughter eighty four times before judge Michael deems another judge cleared the way for the company to exit bankruptcy although the long term future of the utility giant remains in
PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire
"PG&E CEO bill Johnson made the roughly a hundred and seventy mile journey from the company San Francisco headquarters to Butte county courthouse to plead guilty the eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter and you remembered stem from that November two thousand eighteen wildfire ignited by the utilities crumbling alecto ical grit the blaze nearly wiped out the entire town of paradise and it drove PG&E a company that seemed impregnable in the bankruptcy last
PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter for 2018 Northern California fire
"At Pacific gas and electric is pleading guilty to eighty four deaths name troll read aloud here today in northern California photographs projected on the court room wall they're the victims of the campfire the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history for half hour PG&E CEO bill Johnson Saturday at the sequence of photos after each name was ready answer guilty genie is guilty of eighty four counts of felony involuntary manslaughter a single count of unlawfully starting a fire best years attorney was denied by faulty equipment in the town of paradise that's the second time in three years the largest utility in the state's been convicted of a
PG&E confesses to killing 84 people in 2018 California fire
"California utility company makes a major admission that it's to blame for scores of deaths Pacific gas and electric confesses to killing eighty four people in a devastating wildfire that wiped out the town of paradise a year and a half ago PG&E boss bill Johnson entered guilty pleas for eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter because the company's crumbling electric grid started it Johnson apologized directly to the victims families and said PG&E will never forget the fire that took away so much from the
PG&E Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in California Fires
"First Pacific gas and electric pleads guilty to eighty four deaths the names were read aloud their photographs projected on a courtroom wall the victims of the campfire the deadliest wildfire in state history for a half hour PG&E CEO bill Johnson stared at the sequence of photos and after each name was read answered guilty your honor PG&E guilty of eighty four counts of felony involuntary manslaughter and a single count of unlawfully starting a fire for a total of eighty five counts investigators determined the fire was ignited by faulty equipment in the town of
"bill johnson" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"And a leading options educator along with being on award women winning prized Adjunct PROFESSOR AT FAU in Miami. He's an author and also a ghostwriter for many public experts in the financial arena. So I WANNA welcome Bill Johnson to the show I Donna. Thank you for having me here. Thank you my pleasure. My Pleasure. So we're GONNA actually chat a little bit about the stock market roller coaster. That's going on right now with both your sanity and retirement funds intact. Are you game? I am okay? So at the time of this recording We have been through in recent days weeks and months. A real heck of a ride in the stock exchange. Can you explain to us what's been going on? And why well everybody knows about the corona virus and I think the thing to understand that the stock market just doesn't like uncertainty and whenever there's uncertainty about how companies are going to perform and earnings first thing and people do is to sell and I think we had last week down about ten percent in a single day on Thursday Monday. We were down about three thousand points. Second Worst Day in history of the crash of eighty seven Today we close up over five percent so it has been one of the biggest roller coasters in stock market history but it's all revolving around corona virus. And what's it going to do to the economy? So what is it? Then you know for for us mere mortals who who may either be spectators from the outside of the stock market or people who who contributed their their years through their corporate. Giving in so onto old standby kind of stocks. And so on what is it that I know you said? It was the uncertainty with Virus in the effect on the economy. But what is it exactly that makes the stock market? Go up or down. Who is buying and selling to that degree in a good questions in case like this pretty much everybody. The thing is that what makes the market. Go Up and down. People are trying to anticipate the performance of companies because when you buy shares of stock you are technically part owner and so were saying well if this company is doing better than expected it's therefore worth more money so people will be up to the price of those shares and if we think that they're going to do worse in the future they're going to push the share prices down so again that comes back to the big question. What are the stock prices worth? Well if people are not going to be going to Disney or Hotels Airlines cruise lines you know. The world is shutting down as what the fear is. And how long is this going to last? What's share of stock worth? Well that's knows. We're in uncharted territory here. So people are just fearful and they're selling so the second part of your question who's doing it's everybody. It's the individual investors but it's also you know big hedge funds and institutional investors. You kind of have to do it because otherwise you look irresponsible for not doing it. So I mean I've been hearing on the news for example when They they announced it. They were trialing the first maxine. Even though it won't actually be out through approval in about a year nonetheless that the trials were going on the ticker went up about five hundred points So is it actually the minute you know? Did I say five point seven five hundred points? Is it these minute? Bits of news which could even be just perceptions not actual truth that can affect the market so severely Oh sure and that's ultimately what the stock market is which is why it's important gauge. Because every single opinion gets focused or funneled into one channel and a sheriff. Ibm from Merrill. Lynch is exactly the same as a share from Charles Schwab. They are exactly the same. And so we're comparing apples to apples and people are saying. What is this share worth so it is largely perceptions and that's why there's a lot of volatility because we're not one hundred percent certain what is shares worth? We're asking for the collective opinion so whenever there is news you know. The the market is largely driven on news. And so right now. When we've got such times of uncertainty people are looking for anything that gives them a sign of you know sign of hope and we kinda got that today with the the president putting this trillion dollar package and people are starting to feel a little more confident buying now. You've mentioned. This is uncharted territories. But you'd also made reference to previous search crashes and saw onto a little bit about some of those earlier crashes the significant ones and then what happened in the aftermath of that. Yeah a crash baby. Seven is still the biggest. We dropped almost twenty three percent in a single day. Now we've had about that or more cumulatively but not in a single day so that was the largest and we had two thousand eight two thousand nine era which reads some people call it the Oh seven Oh eight crisis nine but right around that time You know we had lost fifty percent on the Dow retraced law several years worth of growth. And Right. Now we've been pushed back a number of years to so these are probably the three biggest historic moments in stock market history. So we are living in a a big spike in the map. That is not going to go away for decades. It's going to be a very prominent point in the chart that people will remember forever. You just use the word retraced am. I don't know if he meant that on the downside but during that crash of eighty seven it was the first time I had been in the markets. I just sold the summer camp that I owned and my financial adviser told me that day to sell right so I did and lost everything. That went down horrified that within a couple of days it was back up almost to what it was. So are these just blimps on the screen. And what should people do? How do you know when to stay put and bright it out or sell yeah? Unfortunately that's a very common piece of advice for advisors they don't WanNa see people panic and pack up and move their account so again it's a little bit of Game Theory where they're trying to keep their clients but it's not necessarily the best piece of advice in almost all cases of you know the the market's rebound now during the depression. That was obviously a very different time. Very prolonged worldwide but in almost all cases even though eight Oh nine in stock market investing terms. A couple of years is nothing. That's not the long term. It was definitely a a long bear market. But it wasn't you know wasn't the end of the world and so most the time these things rebound back so the one thing that I always tell investors and I think this is important is to remember that when everybody is selling the thing to do is not to sell and I always tell my clients and traders that you cannot beat the averages by doing what the average person is doing so well. It's true but take a look at the market. What's it doing when it's selling off? It's obvious everybody is selling. And if you shift to that you'RE GONNA end up selling it the low next day or next week or whatever it is rebounds people are scared to death to get back in and the only thing that it that it achieves to sell low and behind. That's worst case scenario. Exactly it is worth so the thing to do for people who have 401k's or investing accounts or whatever if unless you were lucky enough to just have gone into cash in the last six months is to just write it out and if you've got cash on the side it's bested. Uc's as buying opportunities you don't want to as we say in the industry catch the falling knife. I would not be buying into the midst of a down day but like today we got this nice big up day up a little over a thousand points over five percents so yes grab some shares down here and scale and give yourself ten or fifteen twenty buying chances to capture a good base and then look four or five years into the future of what that's going to do. It's very difficult when when you're in it but you kind of have to put yourself into the future and say well to going to do in. What's the best source of action today? So let me just about not catching the falling knives Very graphic image and cut steep. But are you saying than to wait till it begins to go back up and then jump into things that you feel you can live with over the next into the next five years? That's basically the catching. The falling. Knife is is just you know you're watching the stock or the markets just imploding and people say oh I bet this is the bottom. Let me let me try to bottom time at her bottom fished as we say and and then they do it and two weeks later like we are. Now you've lost another three thousand points realize lows can go lower so you don't WanNa see you typically don't want to buy on those down days but you're looking for some sign of support now of course that's no guarantee either for only that easy we've had a couple of little bounce days. Of course they didn't last. We sold off into the close but we had a few days at showed some signs of support so on those days actually tell clients come in and pick up some shares at these levels. Yeah well I guess that's where I had advice that was probably but most advisers were telling people but I got screwed we need. We need someone like you can read the signs and his one hand conservative enough but also knowledgeable enough in dealing with the potential future to like you say scale into it with a long-term view. It is unfortunate that most of your financial advisers are in it for you know the commission's or a lot of times now they do. It's called a new business. They pushed it off to a big fun. They take a straight eight percent per year. They just manage kind of the hand holding and try to keep people happy but they also know that people panic and so they have to not necessarily with what they know is best what they think is best to have to do? It's going to keep you happy. And so they say well if I if I don't tell her to sell and it continues down. She's going to anchor account in move so let me tell her to sell in. If I get in trouble for it and she yells at me. I can say listen. Everybody was telling that was the best piece of advice that everybody was giving. So they kind of feel like. They're giving themselves too much risk by telling you to hang on and it really is history has proven. It is absolutely still the best thing to do. Just hang on through it interesting okay. Well I've also heard to that in the end you just said as well if you've got some cash and the market's down but looks like you can read something bottomed out what about Jumping into real estate particularly since the interest rate has just been lowered to the. We're back to zero. I don't think that real estate is ever a bad. Investment homes typically just keep pace with inflation. I know that kind of catches people by surprise but about gold but the big thing with real estate is that especially for an investment is at you can make it a productive asset. In in the meantime you can rent it out. You can have people kind of pay for the mortgage while the property is appreciating so property is is always unique unlike the shares of stock that. I talked about even if you have a cookie. 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"bill johnson" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership
"Welcome to living legacy leadership will be explorer discover and share insights tools and strategies for life. Well lived in twelve or hood. I'm your host Donna. Kim Brand Author Speaker Legacy Strategy Coach and Creator the concept living legacy where you choose to live life on your own terms while contributing to people places and projects along your life journey. I believe that the life you live is the legacy you leave now guests. I bring to each week all address. Some unique aspect of learning leadership or legacy. This helps you raise your own game as a leader and business in life and also showcases some extraordinary people who exemplify living legacy leadership at least once a month. They also offer training session to skill. You and game change your thinking for your own application so get your notebook ready or sharpen up your memory by tuning in your attention and we'll dive right in now. We have a guest. It's backed by popular demand the one and only Bill Johnson whose founder of options age Z..
PG&E to plead guilty to 84 involuntary manslaughter counts over 2018 wildfire
"The utility company responsible for many of California's devastating wildfires pleading guilty to criminal charges including multiple counts of manslaughter fox's Jessica Rosenthal Pacific gas and electric said in an SEC filing that will plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter for those who were killed in the camp fire in northern California in twenty eighteen they said they will also plead guilty to unlawfully starting a wildfire the C. E. O. of P. Jeannie bill Johnson who took over after the devastating wildfires said in a statement that their equipment started the fire P. genies already agreed to pay out billions to the liability claims but this settlement result in a maximum fine of four
UK lawmakers set to vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit bill
"British lawmakers assented to vote on prime minister Boris Johnsons brexit deal legislation that is all but certain to be approved by the country's new conservative dominated parliament voted to approve the withdrawal real agreement bill in principle we'll set with non course to leave the E. U. S. scheduled on January thirty one open debate on the bill Johnson has said optimistically off to that date bricks it will be done it will be over the bill commits Britain to concluding trade talks with the block by the end of twenty twenty trade experts and E. U. officials say striking a fair trade deal with eleven months will be a struggle Charles de Ledesma London
Note says wife didn't kill man found in Utah freezer
"Debate speaker on November Nancy has been twenty going Pelosi second on along says police the party president into lines will gave you Democrats in the talk house conducting on no two choice a welfare articles it is check of tragic impeachment from the body that against the of president's seventy president five Donald reckless year old Trump gene actions Mathers speaker Nancy who apparently make Pelosi impeachment died says of natural the president necessary causes gave Democrats Republicans they also discovered no say choice impeachment a body in it a chest is tragic is freezer all about wrapped trying that the in president's to black weaken plastic reckless president the turned actions trump out to be in her twenty husband twenty make Paul impeachment Edward Ohio's matters necessary bill Johnson the medical talked Republicans examiner about says twenty say it impeachment appears sixteen the man who is had and all a terminal his about call trying illness on to the house weaken died floor over ten president years for trump ago a moment in not twenty of silence long twenty after and he was remember Ohio's last seen bill the at the voices VA Johnson hospital talked about on of February twenty the sixty sixteen fourth of three two thousand and million his and nine call American on in the the house latest floor voters twist according for a moment to a search of silence warrant affidavit the Democrats and remember police the today voices also found a notarized of the sixty letter signed are three wanting by million Mayweather's dated American to sign December voters second intelligence two thousand committee and eight chair Adam the saying Democrats Schiff his wife says was today if not the responsible whistle blower for didn't his death come forward to where are the police on wanting president sergeant trump Jeremy to sign Hanson this wouldn't says be happening intelligence handwriting instead experts committee chair haven't Adam verified Schiff who says wrote he if the got note the whistle caught and the person blower Utah's who notarized didn't Chris come door it forward told doesn't police on think she president these didn't are read trump high it crimes Hanson this wouldn't says and detectives be misdemeanors happening have learned instead if you in set the years this since bar mothers as died being he impeachable got his caught widow continue Utah's every Chris to president collect door his VA doesn't in benefit our think future these checks are high will be totaling crimes impeached approximately and and misdemeanors Donahue a hundred Washington if and you seventy set seven this thousand bar as dollars being impeachable I'm Jennifer every king president in our future will be impeached and Donahue Washington
The Latest: GOP holds moment of silence for 2016 election
"Debate speaker Nancy has been going Pelosi on along says the party president lines gave Democrats in the house on no two choice articles it is of tragic impeachment that against the president's president Donald reckless Trump actions speaker Nancy make Pelosi impeachment says the president necessary gave Democrats Republicans no say choice impeachment it is tragic is all about trying that the president's to weaken reckless president actions trump in twenty twenty make impeachment Ohio's necessary bill Johnson talked Republicans about twenty say impeachment sixteen is and all his about call trying on to the house weaken floor president for trump a moment in twenty of silence twenty and remember Ohio's bill the voices Johnson talked about of twenty the sixty sixteen three and million his call American on the house floor voters for a moment of silence the Democrats and remember the today voices of the sixty are three wanting million American to sign voters intelligence committee chair Adam the Democrats Schiff says today if the whistle blower didn't come forward are on wanting president trump to sign this wouldn't be happening intelligence instead committee chair Adam Schiff says he if got the whistle caught blower Utah's didn't Chris come door forward doesn't on think president these are trump high crimes this wouldn't and be misdemeanors happening instead if you set this bar as being he impeachable got caught Utah's every Chris president door doesn't in our think future these are high will be crimes impeached and and misdemeanors Donahue Washington if you set this bar as being impeachable every president in our future will be impeached and Donahue Washington
House nears nighttime impeachment vote as Trump cries foul
"Debate has been going on along party lines in the house on two articles of impeachment against president Donald Trump speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president gave Democrats no choice it is tragic that the president's reckless actions make impeachment necessary Republicans say impeachment is all about trying to weaken president trump in twenty twenty Ohio's bill Johnson talked about twenty sixteen and his call on the house floor for a moment of silence and remember the voices of the sixty three million American voters the Democrats today are wanting to sign intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says if the whistle blower didn't come forward on president trump this wouldn't be happening instead he got caught Utah's Chris door doesn't think these are high crimes and misdemeanors if you set this bar as being impeachable every president in our future will be impeached and Donahue Washington
PG&E announces $13.5 billion wildfires settlement
"And oceans running out of oxygen as temperatures rise It's Sunday December eight. I'm Anthony Davis Utility giant Pacific Gas and electric announced a thirteen and a half billion dollar settlement agreement to resolve all claims associated with several northern California wildfires that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of businesses and homes. The wildfires have been tied to the company's equipment. Wittment we want to help our customers. Our neighbors and our friends in those impacted areas recover and rebuild after these tragic wildfires said the CEO in President Bill Johnson in a statement the settlement fund. If accepted by a bankruptcy judge will go to victims who lost loved ones and or property as well as government agencies and attorneys who have pressed the claims PG and the declared bankruptcy in January saying at face potential liabilities abilities of thirty billion dollars. The company hopes the settlements will improve its prospects for emerging from bankruptcy before a court imposed deadline in June. The settlement covers the campfire in two thousand eighteen. The tops fire in two thousand seventeen the beauts fire in two thousand fifteen and the ghost ship fire. AH IN OAKLAND. In Two thousand sixteen victims
"bill johnson" Discussed on Are You Real
"Life in I needed brakes about point where Los Angeles during the recession. There's a writer strike replanting church. We had no finances. We have I had lost all my money. That's like many of student lost. Right. My real estate when south the whole thing, and so ever saw number someone, had give me a word that said, God has a provision for every density birds. There's always a provisional every destiny and they processors for isn't for your destiny in you're gonna live recession for God's academy. Motte Ron and I had already read about cocaine the argument there's spices that I was I wasn't fear, but I was in full faith for everything needed because I was living with current Harka and the. Packs of that trauma of that. So I had to declare my way out of it in scriptures dude on eighteen. I've either got while and resources in like God, I don't have the ability without you. So I declare I have the will be or you to produce the resources needed for the desolate you have are giving your reward. I declared every day until it became real in my heart, because part of decoration is that you have to you have to overcome some places on belief in its security. So there's a lot of inward work that happens on the side soft. It's a Santa, then you start to come into revelations while where you start seeing you declare it, and your creativity starts imagine what it would look like fully resource student or that when I start to see Oma got I'm Bill Johnson. Gimme word if you're going to impact Hollywood, because we do James street. You're gonna need a Hollywood by Tampa Hollywood's budget. Remember about a urine declaring this going that word from Bill came back up like. I have phased that we're in steered billions of dollars switching so we can create Keeble in projects that would impact the whole world. And so, I remember, you know, three or four months, I observed for your into this declaring rod headed at breakthrough that year and there's a lot, of course. Oh breaks here. But I think three years after we had our first major corporate rates are a lot of it wasn't direct finances, but it was resources. There had creativity would believe. I mean, I'm so many creative ideas creative, ingenuity, we had buildings that were provided for our meetings that were created building solutions. So God spoke, an actually not getting a resource. I I'm answering your decoration prayers with a spirit of creativity before getting money because money years to solve problems. But I went to learn how to sell on creativity and relationship and zoom rebound. So when you walk in decoration you, learn who you are who got us your life. Matt negative side. Okay. So let's back up a little bit into that. Some talk about. Like even bringing you people because I know behind the scenes like for like you, and I, we have great people to us. Even in business like for my construction company, the way God is just brought resources in people like for you sometimes people think just finances or like you said, creativity came first, but did you start to see like points of contact or God was bringing you like key people that you needed to further that, like next step, all of a sudden they show? Oh, it's wild. Like when we started our business. Remember, we I had this impression higher yuno Jeremy works for me that Hiram. I knew downgrade a Jeremy ROY ministry, can you work as my personal society five tonight a week?.
"bill johnson" Discussed on Harmontown
"That's right. Now as Bill, bring a Bill, Johnson Johnson sit down. So anyway. Which is fucking great. I was eating this Bill Johnson's going, why did I even leave the house? Why did I come here? I don't stand. All right. Well, what's new with you. And it better be fucking amazing. Vape adventures. Okay. I'm into vapes now as did you did you and Spencer? Spencer and I went on a vape adventure and had vape Scher spent survey bed venture. So cash tag, vape culture culture. Okay. All right. I thought I thought it through my head. I categorized not technically a rape joke, but the customer is always right. Let's let's keep communicating fine with it of you are. I bet it. I did not want to hurt anybody. The public is spoken, rhyming counts, and I didn't know it and I will not make the same as take again, that debt. We're good. We'll years away from that being on a poster of DreamWorks. Great culture. Okay. Oh, great culture. That sounds familiar. Geez. Mommy wise. It's that interesting. I don't know. Are you you in my car. Vape adventures, starring Spencer, rob and Kate. So Spencer texts made super early in the morning. So early gum like why? Like four fifteen? What? No. No, not that actually. I think you you you like like the night before and I didn't get until the night of important information. So you know, you come over and we go to the magic place where you know you get your vape on and there's like there's so much Rick and Morty stuff there, Dan, they got it all hang out. You should go there. You should go. Well. Pretty cool. The got the hanging wall. They might give you some free shit might give you free shit hor. One. On the student good face going on the wall. Do that a little bit. Why is he elba's gang? So anyway, we go in there. And they set me up with. They said, Kate, I with some good vapes. We got. We got two different brands. We got or not flavors. What are they called? Well, there's different varieties of weed that are called brands. Okay. So we've got two different brands. Go home and Spencer's like, all right, is how you do it. And he said, he tells you how to put the battering thing squeezing in there and I got what chuckled lot. What did I get? I think he got chocolate got off a lot or some Chaka chuckled lot jock. A lot chocolate was a did as I go ago. Okay. So what is it? Got a button. Nine. Thank you. Can just, you can just like, you know, suck on it. Everybody give him a second. He did. God is to and titties manner of hilarious things. Okay. So how do you do. Just because I was trying to make. I wasn't paying attention doing. Yeah. And you can't see the light because it's down the pipe it right away. So I did it. So anyway, turns around and goes, wow, that was poboy. You took a big hit there. I like, and then I was like, yeah, the thing you gotta knows like the big hits you should not not hit like that. I don't do that. So I'm like, I don't really feel anything..
US Judge: Housing funds for Puerto Ricans who fled Hurricane Maria must end
"A federal judge is rejecting a request to extend housing, assistance for Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane Maria NPR's Greg Allen reports FEMA subsidies for Puerto Ricans living in temporary housing will now end in two weeks. More than one thousand Puerto Ricans on the island and in twenty seven states. Are still receiving Housing. Assistance from FEMA the aid program has been extended. Four times since it was I put in place after hurricane Maria in a ruling in Worcester. Massachusetts US district judge Thomas Hillman denied a request. By attorneys representing displaced Puerto Ricans for a further eight extension the judge to the program would. Continue until September thirteenth to give evacuees time to make other housing arrangements judge home and said FEMA has. Provided all these systems required by law it's possible some Puerto Ricans may be left homeless however the judge, writes the court can order that defendants to do that which inter humanitarian and carrying world should be done it can only order the defendants to do. That which law requires
"bill johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Uh a transition in that fashion so i'm not going to do that brian i'm gonna say i'm humbly asking for people's vote uh because i think we've got a lot done to change the city in there's a lot more to do um but i i i'm very proud of my team in a simple way to answer them very very proud of my team and and uh i think there's a lot of great people uh there who i hope a lot of them will want to continue but it's not gonna be shocking if some people after four years decide that they've done their time and public service so uh a lot of good people uh i think you'll see a fair amount of continuity if the people choose me but we don't wanna get into any details until the elections done so less um and it's a political question and it has to do with what you say humbling probably asking people to vote for your reelection turnout might be your biggest hazard in two thousand nine bloomberg had a big lead in the polls of all new yorkers over democrat bill johnson but on election day bloomberg one by only five points because constant support has were more motivated and we know what happened last year in the presidential how can you convince people who are kind of sign with you continuing but not excited by it to make sure they up we take very seriously this question that on my can japan i said from day one we're gonna run a full campaign very energetically and and focus on turnout outlook i comes down to what people care about if you care about a more affordable city uh if you believe in things like the rent freeze we did for two years giving lawyers for people for free to stop addictions and a an affordable housing plan will reach seven under fifty thousand yorkers.
"bill johnson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"That again with our special show scary things as halloween approaches this tuesday were taking a look at everything in real realistic that might give you that he be gbs and how one should face the facts you know there's really nothing to be afraid up coming up in this half hour one of the really scary things in real all state applying for a mortgage all that much much more is straight ahead on our special show scary things but first let's check in with bill johnson in a real estate today newsroom tie though i stephen he's the republican tax reform plan of back door way of eliminating the mortgage interest deduction wall street journal reporter laura coastal writes that the gop plan could make the deduction all but irrelevant for many american homeowners it center she says on the proposal to double the standard deduction if the republicans have come right out and say we're getting rid of the mortgage interest deduction i mean that would that would have created a huge outcry but instead what's happening is there's this to this proposal to nearly double the standard deduction um and that means that it goes from basically a being something that you would take if you have a home that's worth about three hundred thousand dollars or more to being something that you would only take if you have a home that's worth so they like more than eight hundred thousand in a wall street journal produced podcast cousteau says a bigger par the fight may be over the gop proposal to drop the deduction for state and local taxes san francisco's days as america's tech capital may be numbered the new innovation that matters report from the us chamber of commerce foundation reveals that dallas has risen twelve th spot since 2016 to now ranked seventh among twenty five major american cities in terms of how well they are turning capital into successful tech industries but the bay area isn't in danger of losing his title anytime soon report says the areas still holds the clear lead in total startup activity even though dallas is now tied for the lead and start a culture coming up in half an hour sticks and stones my bill your house that.
"bill johnson" Discussed on KTRH
"First of all none of these leaks have it he needs attached to them none of these leaks are are is sourced none fiddled say bill johnson white house so bed british rita vode deputy janitor says the ill there's there's no attribution is to say the posted make it up who is to say the times it make it up i mean look i was a journalist for a long long time this is how you do it you go you source at you interview people you put him on your right dan what they said this anonymous sources say you know always said that we were crackup at insider close to the persian said the inquirer would do that but national enquirer would do that and we would buy it because it was fun to see the bs we actually have a federal government is being run by the rumor mill right now now it would be okay afterwards the washington post the new york times because between you and me nobody nobody reads newspapers anymore nobody cares what they think that used to be used to really set the pace the problem is their buddies with the another megaphone in the in the broadcast media pick it up run with it exhibits truth you ever 70s headlines ridiculous and the headline will be completely um it's delivered is being fact what in fact each supposition trump says blahblah screw new hampshire and then you read the story and in the conversation with with opinion 800 in mexico he talked about how it was a drug dim in ah in new hampshire whoa it is who hampshire per capita has a major league opiates problem but the headline is donald trump pigs through hampshire wants them all to die of overdoses it doesn't make any sense so let me ask you simple question is that he this crap working on you are you believing any this this deep state dark state crap has being put out there they're trying to take a president down now we're hearing about a grand jury be convened now we're hearing about oh yeah or other they're they're not questioning witnesses a grand jury can agree is is gonna is going to decide on whether charges will be filed who's gonna be interviewed these.
"bill johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"News radio i'm jiang metzler president trump blames democrats of senate obamacare replacement bill fails japan asked saying on fox friends won't get one democrat vote not one and if the greatest bill ever proposed in mankind we wouldn't get about democrats say the bill is nothing but a tax break for the rich and least thirteen homes destroyed by a wild fire that burns nearly sixty seven square mile area in southern utah more than 1500 people forced from their homes bill johnson among them it's family heritage yell we've we've been government appear in on vacation since fifty eight so now we grew up here are hack attacked a facing some government websites in the state of ohio authorities trying to find out who is responsible docks means we were for you decide i wasn't prepared to be a caregiver it among that a little of over a year ago realized she couldn't take care of herself without our help and well air for her no idea how hard it would be unjust but i would need to know things i never thought of like how to improve her mood and even from ways to stay positive luckily i found the caregiving resource center from a our had articles about the basics that got me started but also about me i can even connect with experts from others canova's road ron isn't an easy.