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Change in Dominican Republic as opposition wins presidency

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:54 min | 2 months ago

Change in Dominican Republic as opposition wins presidency

"Let's go to the Dominican Republic now where the victory by the opposition part in this weekend's elections has marked the end of sixteen years of rule by the Dominican Liberation Party. The P. L. D.. The newly elected president Louis Shabina dare managed to capture fifty two point fifty three percent of the vote, well earlier I was joined on the line from the Dominican Republic's. Republic's capital not Sunday Domingo by bridget wooding, who's the director of the think tank, Obi m I, see a or center for immigration, observation and social, development in the Caribbean bridget started by giving us a bit of context and explaining just how significant the results are very significant, because we're talking about change after sixteen years of ruling party and we're talking. Talking about an almost exact reversal of what happened in the elections for years ago when the President Danilo Medina got in with sixty one percent of the vote against thirty four percent of our be now there, and as you mentioned now I've been there has with the fifty percent needed and Danilov menace stouffer. His candidate from the ruling party got only thirty four percent. percent or so of the vote, so if we're looking at something, which is which is very significant, all the way along President Medina had sought to transfer his popularity to his chosen candidate on solid casteel, but in fact council steel was probably the weakest candidates that he had because unsubtle casteel was involved with public works, which has been notorious for different corruption scandals. But then the President Danilo Medina thought that with Kobe nineteen. He would have things in his favor. There would be a kind of swath vote for the way. He was dating with things, but that was not to be because. Since January two, thousand, seventeen, this being the Green March movement against corruption, and the fact that disparities between rich and poor had been rolling, and there were a number of journalists who actually lost their jobs trying to denounce this, so this became a big issue, the government, totally of note, the evidence and the president. Medina also took further actions to control the judiciary, but what also happened was that the former president Leonel Fernandez split from the ruling party, and that divided what had been a pretty Monolithic party up over the last sixteen years, and he did it by suggesting that certain casteel the nominee President Medina had been put in by false means. But there was a thought that were things to go to a second round up. The ex-president learn finance might have gone in with with consol. But what was the most decisive thing that happened this year was that on the sixteen to February nineteen elections, there was a glitch and e-voting could not take place, and so, what happened then was that the elections were. Left right and center, but this was corruption. And especially, the millennials who had begun to take to the streets along with other you know in many Latin, American capitals so in recent months, really caught a bit between their teeth and the middle class, which had kept the ruling party in power for sixteen years, suddenly began to feel that they've been robbed up the wrong way. The things were things were unraveling now. The government you know is the country's largest employer, but even those that it was keeping in their pay when along a satisfied. Feeling change had to happen, and that was the ticket on which the new president has got in and posted to surprise then I mean it was clear that the tide was turning, but did you ever think that actually he would overturn the sixteen years of Monolithic rule I think all the more recent polls have shown that he's definitely in the lead. I think what was worrying. was that at the last minute that Kobe number? would be used as a cover to dissuade more middle class voters perhaps from going to vote, and also the usual tactics of paying people to vote or giving people handouts prior to elections this time it didn't work with the with the exception perhaps of the government in some of the poorest province near the border, but it didn't work the because people were determined the change and I think this is. Of what's happening in a number of Latin America where people do feel the need for change, and corruption is a big issue, and people feel that it should be tackled also covid nineteen demonstrated again the dispatch between rich and poor because those people who. Are Not documented migrants people have been nationalized. He had don't have access to government programs, and this doesn't look good in the face of the sustainable development goals. It doesn't look good in the face of the international community, so something was going to break I think, but nevertheless I think. People woke up. Fight surprised that it had happened so smoothly and things didn't go to a second round. This Sunday. Do you think that people would just then voting against the status quo, or was there something specific that abner was offering? What made his campaign so successful? I think he was really offering to clean things up, and so if you the bar next to my house today after elections happen, it was saying the whites have gone got in his Richmond from the cradle. They don't need to rob. So, there was the sense that. That These were people who have. had a different kind of agenda, and all walks of life seeing that. that there have been just too much of a monolithic hold on every aspect of society and under change was necessary, but I think the corruption thing was important, and then the fact that normally elections happen on the no glitches, but this glitch that happened in February with the elections and the feeling that there was something going on under. Probably the think was more likely with the incumbent party. I think those were the two decisive things that make people think. Yeah, we do need a change and finally bridget. What can we expect from his presidency? What will apart obviously from corruption be the main issues on the agenda? Well, obviously we have a big health crisis on our hands, and as you can see the Dominican probably is one of the worst countries in the insular. Caribbean and the election mobilization hasn't held so I think we're going to have to go back to the state of a state of emergency. The new governor will also be slightly tied in terms of how far it can go in more imaginative on policy, more imaginative domestic policy because it did do a deal in this S- i Brown with some of the more ultra nationalist sectors of society, and so they're going to have to reckon with that. I think trying to was cleaning up corruption, trying to create more jobs and trying to ensure the disparities between rich and poor are not sensu it'd such that in this pandemic. All can be served healthwise and in future crisis, people are not going to be discriminated one way or another. And that was bridget. Lots of background birdsong on the line from Santa Domingo.

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The Myth of Systemic Police Racism

Ben Shapiro

03:49 min | 3 months ago

The Myth of Systemic Police Racism

"So heather McDonald who spent her life studying the statistics on police brutality and racial disparities choose a piece in the Wall Street journal that is worth reading again we can acknowledge that people are angry we can now should people have anecdotal evidence of the of the police mistreating them we can even knowledge but if you are a black person living in a high crime area there's a better chance you had a bad run in with a police officer and there is if you are a black person living in a high income area or if you're a white person living in a high income area or a white person living in a low crime area the area is determinative any amount of interaction between police officers and people in particular races determinative to my guess is they can find quite a bit of anecdotal evidence of police abusing Latinos in East Los Angeles weather high crime rates and a lot of Hispanic populations yeah but here's heather McDonald talking about the the myth of systemic police racism she says that this charged systemically spices wrong during the Obama years it remains so today however sickening video sludge arrest it isn't representative of the three hundred seventy five million annual contact police officers have a civilians a solid a solid body of evidence finds no structural bias in the criminal justice system with regard to arrest prosecution or sentencing crime and suspect behavior not race determine most police actions in two thousand nineteen police officers fatally shot one thousand four people most of whom were armed or otherwise dangerous African Americans were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year twenty thirty five a ratio and remain stable since two thousand fifteen okay so first of all we should know just right off the bat the police officers fatally shot two hundred and thirty five black people last year there thirty million black Americans that sound like a campaign of extermination by police officers against black people it does not that you're black victims is less than what black crime rates would protect this police shootings are function of how often officers encounter armed and violent suspects in two thousand eighteen the last year for which such data have been published African Americans made up fifty three percent of known homicide offenders in the last and committed about sixty percent of robberies although they are thirteen percent of the population in fact if you actually want to break down that subset even further you should really use thirteen percent of the population as a substitute because really you're talking about young black men it is not black women who are committing homicide and robbery and it's a smaller percentage of the population of the net the police fatally shot nine unarmed blacks in nineteen oh nine whites and two dozen nineteen according to The Washington Post that is down from thirty eight and thirty two in two thousand fifteen the post defines unarmed broadly to include such cases as a suspect in Newark New Jersey had a loaded handgun in his car during a police chase that I was still considered on our by the post in two thousand eighteen seventy four hundred black homicide victims assuming a comparable number of victims last year those nine unarmed black victims of police shootings represent zero point one percent of all African Americans killed in two thousand nineteen by contrast a police officer is eighteen and a half times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male is likely to be killed by a police officer I'm more of a weekend in Chicago alone ten African Americans were killed in drive by shootings such routine violence has continued this past weekend AT Chicagoans were dropped were shot in drive by shootings twenty one fatally victims overwhelmingly black police shootings are not the reason that blacks are dot blacks are dying homicide at a time eight times the rate of whites and Hispanics combined criminal violence is the latest in a series of studies undercutting the claimants systemically spices published in August two thousand nineteen in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences the researchers found the more frequently officers encounter violence suspect from any given racial group the greater the chance that a member of that group will be fatally shot by the police officer there is no significant evidence of anti black disparity in the likelihood of being shot by the police two thousand fifteen justice department analysis of the Philly police department and the white police officers were less likely than black or Hispanic officers to shoot unarmed black suspects research by Harvard economist Roland flat fire no no evidence of racial discrimination in shootings so none of this matters not because the the the the narrative it must be driven and the easiest way for there to be driven is to bully people into into buying the narrative and repeating

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Biden lead over Trump jumps 10 points in ABC News/Washington Post poll

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Biden lead over Trump jumps 10 points in ABC News/Washington Post poll

"Former vice president Joe Biden is now ten points ahead of president trump in new survey according to an ABC news Washington post poll fifty three percent of those polled said they would vote for Biden and only forty three percent said they would vote for trump survey also showed a decrease in the president's approval rating which was down eight points the survey was conducted before the George Floyd protest

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Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Orders for US big-ticket factory goods drop 17.2% in April

"Another drop in big ticket factory orders but not as bad as what was expected the commerce department says orders for durable goods dropped seventeen percent last month that followed a decline of just under seventeen percent in March new orders for cars trucks and auto parts plunged by nearly fifty three percent however the April drop in durable goods orders was slightly less than what economists were expecting but one economist says the report shows the economy will struggle to bounce back from the effects of the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington

Commerce Department Washington
Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me

Bob and Sheri

05:03 min | 4 months ago

Lamar Reveiws - Dead To Me

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Poll finds Trump ahead of Biden in 15 battleground states

WZFG Programming

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Poll finds Trump ahead of Biden in 15 battleground states

"A CNN study conducted by C. S. R. S. has found that fifty one percent of national register voters back biting forty six percent behind trump this is a two percent drop for Biden since the Paul had a fifty three percent in April what the present is jump up by four percent the poll featured in over sampling of registered voters living in battleground states and the findings among that subset indicate the troubles leading Biden fifty two to forty five in the battleground states trump has the edge among male voters independents white people the Biden has a slight edge with women voters go figure even though several the post I'm a graphic findings fell within the margin of error the number is going to say the economy is still trump's biggest advantage since fifty four percent of voters think he would handle those types of issues better than buying new stands at forty two

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Perfect Pull-Back Time

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:34 min | 4 months ago

Perfect Pull-Back Time

"Lightfoot cuss may today as we move into the last a period of the the full day of the month of my cynical pullback occurring over the market now is that good will in my office damn good. Yeah I love pullback because pullbacks give me the opportunity to to get into. It's as simple as that now. We did see the market. Push up pretty well yesterday. Sorry last week we saw Paik You know was it ninety five hundred or thereabouts and said look at the high exactly yet. Ninety four seventy non and right now. Eighty five ninety. Of course. It's a really strong. Wake when you say the weight close out fifteen percent and we've had now one two three four five six seven weeks in a row. We have saying grain candles on the weekly chart on Bitcoin. Of course that he's after extraordinarily lodge a weekly plunge of thirty three percent and that weekly plunged from the Ivan to its low actually ended up being over fifty three percent at one. St So to say This move up. It's not that over the top to say on the daily. It's a fantastic trend on. Bitcoin and long might continue as long as we get some little cradle setting up in there anyway wrought. Now what am I waiting for this week if tried? I'd love to say bitcoin pulling to look anywhere around. Eight thousand would be ideal. A little bullish can off of Thousand would be my cradle tried and that would be absolutely spot on of course those of you who have not gone ahead and learned that strategy will then. You've got well until Thursday because we will not be offering these discounts any longer is Thursday that CDI Getting their take advantage of forty percent off bronze and fifty percent off live trading full for the year. If that's what you'd like to. So bitcoin now down three point. Three percent moving back into that cradles. Nothing really too bad going on their theory of sitting rotten smashing area right. Now you would have heard me. 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Trend is one of my favorite trends of the moment to be fair. Also breakout last week is coming to fraud evening at six. Sixty picking above seven dollars fifty so it has given us some of a change after being around little bullish candle on the daily from Further Lock Bitcoin but have a few options down five point. Six two percent at six thousand eighty one cents Moran at the top ten with Tron one point four cents down four point seven six percent so a guys from our perspective. We've got that. Bitcoin that can pull back. Further being one of the trends Therion classic pullback Fo- They one of the better trends cod. Donna is in the same boat. If we do have a little cradle comes up over the next twenty four hours information that could be -tunities on on some of the others that are in. That crowd was on at the moment. Like a theory. I'm going to get some options. If we do say there's little bounces. We'll have to wait and say the pullback that we're seeing at the moment is something to be fearful no. It is something definitely to be

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Auto Sales Hit Wall in April as Pandemic Slows Economy

Financial Advisors with Aubrey Morrow

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Auto Sales Hit Wall in April as Pandemic Slows Economy

"New car sales are expected to hit a record in April but not in a good way in fact the **** automotive forecast calls for a record drop in sales due to the corona virus pandemic sales are projected to fall fifty three percent compared to last April and to be down thirty seven percent when compared to

Trump approval rating drops as coronavirus drags on, poll says

CBS Week in Review

02:37 min | 5 months ago

Trump approval rating drops as coronavirus drags on, poll says

"CBS news has released a poll on how well president trump has responded to the pandemic CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy with the numbers the president has seen his numbers drop over the past month in our poll from fifty three percent approving of his handling of the corona virus crisis to now fifty two percent saying he's doing a bad job so the trend lines on that question in our poll have crossed over the past month and and what's happened in the past month with the economic impact of the crisis has begun to settle in most people in our poll say they are stressed or nervous about their personal financial situation a third say they're worried about paying their household bills like food and rent six in ten predict either a recession or a depression is ahead only a third see this current turn down as temporary there is optimism Alison that many jobs in the country will come back quickly once this crisis ads but there's also a sense a general widespread sense that some jobs simply will not come back even when the virus disappears you know one of the things I found interesting and the poll that in the breakdown among the people who think the president is doing a good job of doing a good job fifty two percent cited his daily press conferences L. among those who does think he's doing a good job people were saying that they simply don't trust his judgment I know the president has tweeted about whether or not stations should bear his press conferences because there's been some discussion of that but how do you think he has been doing I know there's been some clashes possibly with his medical staff over his a wanting to open the nation up sooner than later how's that playing out wide discussion about his promotion of certain treatments that have not yet been proven by government scientists to be safe and effective for the treatment of coronavirus the daily press briefings have led to a sense among many establishment Republicans who are defenders of the president but they're also some of the ones who are quickest to quietly criticized him that that the president isn't doing himself any favors fighting with reporters promoting that possible therapies even as he believes he's trying to be a cheerleader for the country clearly we have seen some erosion of support for him in our poll but but what he would tell you is that his support amongst Republicans it's just strong as it's ever been electorally and we are just about seven months just shy of seven months away from the election that's a challenge that surely his political advisers are

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Trump's poll numbers dip over handling of coronavirus pandemic

CBS World News Roundup

02:54 min | 5 months ago

Trump's poll numbers dip over handling of coronavirus pandemic

"The global death toll from coal that nineteen is around one hundred thousand and Johns Hopkins University says more than one point six million have been infected back in New York contractors have been hired to bury the rising number of dead in a city that has been devastated by the corona virus CBS news has released a poll on how well president trump has responded to the pandemic CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy with the numbers the president has seen his numbers drop over the past month in our poll from fifty three percent approving of his handling of the corona virus crisis to know fifty two percent say he's doing a bad job so the trend lines on that question in our poll have crossed over the past month and and what's happened in the past month with the economic impact of the crisis has begun to settle in most people in our poll say they are stressed or nervous about their personal financial situation a third say they're worried about paying their household bills like food and rent six in ten predict either a recession or a depression is ahead only a third see this current turn down as temporary there is optimism Alison that many jobs in the country will come back quickly once this crisis ABS but there's also a sense a general widespread sense that some jobs simply will not come back even when the virus disappears you know one of the things I found interesting and the poll that in the breakdown among the people who think the president is doing a good job of doing a good job fifty two percent cited his daily press conferences and among those who does think he's doing a good job people were saying that they simply don't trust his judgment I know the president has tweeted about whether or not stations should bear his press conferences because there's been some discussion of that but how do you think he has been doing I know there have been some clashes possibly with his medical staff over his a wanting to open the nation up sooner than later how's that playing out wide discussion about his promotion of certain treatments that have not yet been proven by government scientists to be safe and effective for the treatment of coronavirus the daily press briefings have led to a sense among many establishment Republicans who are defenders of the president but they're also some of the ones who are quickest to quietly criticized him that that the president isn't doing himself any favors fighting with reporters promoting that possible therapies even as he believes he's trying to be a cheerleader for the country clearly we have seen some erosion of support for him you know our poll but but what he would tell you is that his support amongst Republicans it's a strong as it's ever been electorally and we are just about seven months just shy of seven months away from the election that's a challenge that surely his political advisers are

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KCRW

"For Utah. Decides the group that helped pass proposition three last November Utah voters hoped that after six years of talking about Medicaid expansion. It was finally done. They approved it by fifty three percent. But when the legislative session began last week the issue erupted again Republicans dominate in Utah, and they want to scale back the Medicaid expansion some say repeal it we voted for this. Very clear about what we wanted. But Andrew Roberts with Utah. Decides inside the capitol his group says with full Medicaid expansion a hundred and fifty thousand uninsured residents. Could finally get coverage. We are frustrated, and I think Utahns are frustrated the same thing is happening in Idaho voters passed Medicaid expansion last November. And now, they're lawmakers are also trying to roll it. Back state Senator Alan christianson, a Republican is leading the rollback effort in Utah. He says his Bill would still expand, Medicaid, but would cap the number of patients who would qualify. He claims that what the voters originally passed in November would buff the state's budget. They wanted Medicaid expansion. And that's what we're doing. They didn't fill in the proper blanks. We're filling in those blanks for them. They are not obligated to balance the budget. We are Christians Bill says instead of making around sixteen thousand dollars per year to qualify, you could make at most twelve thousand and it would add work requirements. From the perspective of voters. I think voters have a right to be furious right now, that's slacker. He leads the Utah health policy project a group that supported expansion. He says changing proposition three would mean fewer people get health coverage in the state would get less money from the federal government. Not only that it could make voters disillusioned why would voters ever want to pursue ballot. Initiatives and director mockery. If the legislature just gonna repeal it. Anyway, no one claims that Medicaid doesn't cost money. That's why the Utah ballot. Question included, a new sales tax increase to pay for it and supporters point to the fiscal experience of other states economist brace ward studied, what happened after Montana expanded Medicaid in two thousand sixteen words says the Medicaid expansion brought in about six hundred million dollars in new funds for Montana each year, and that money rippled through the state supporting about six thousand additional jobs, you should think of of Medicaid expansion is no different than if you said. Oh, hey, somebody's gonna open up a factory. Right. And that factory is going to bring in the case of Montana. Six hundred million dollars of outside money into the state that we're gonna pay to workers here so far Utah. Lawmakers remain unconvinced by studies like wards the Bill to restrict Medicaid is moving fast and.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Behind these homes though most of it on both sides is well into. The canyon live in Temecula valley Corbin Carson KFI news some of the homes threatened by. The fire belong to. Firefighters who are battling it Johnny Wilkins with the forest service has a house in the mandatory evacuation zone over families saying we're coming back to work woken says four over colleagues, at the ranger station are also in the evac honest with you. I think that my property is definitely on really back on, my mind right, now and no quiet moments when things that. Reflections scum Wilkens, says that's why she'd rather. Be a work helping fight a. Fire too close to home in, lake Elsinore Chris ancarlo KFI news the fire burning in northern California near reading is now Fifty-three percent contained the fires burn more than. One hundred eighty thousand acres eight people have been killed in the fire including two firefighters within a thousand homes have been destroyed governor Brown's declaration of, a state of emergency in orange and riverside counties has triggered a, state law that bans price gouging during emergencies. A price spike of ten percent or more is now illegal for any businesses that. Sell food emergency supplies medical supplies building materials and gasoline it also covers repair and reconstruction services, emergency cleanup freight and storage hotel, accommodations and rental housing three police officers in Jordan have been killed while raiding a suspected. Hideout for militants Jordan's government says the police were investigating a building in connection with yesterday's bombing attack suspected terrorists said apparently rigged the building with, explosives that went off as police forces, went in a new study has found that checking work e mails at night can. Kill you softly the study done by researchers at Virginia Hi tech found that being expected to check work E mail during non work hours 'cause, workers to experiencing Zaidi it also causing Zion stress..

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Goes up for the domestic steel you're driving the price up now in the end you get screwed in the end millions and millions of people get screwed so it's up forty percent some places it's up fifty three percent quote there's no reason for tariffs to increase the price of steel by far more than the percentage of the tariff is wilbur ross and economic illiterate i know how to make a billion dollars through subsidies protectionism quotas and all the rest you can't not micromanage and industry or an economy this way so he says the price of steel shouldn't go up any more than the price of the tariff now even under those circumstances that means the price of steel domestically would go up twenty five percent that is significant but it's more than that you're creating a different market you are changing the market you're limiting the competition you're limiting the availability of the product so there's an upward pressure on the product and so of course the price is going to go beyond the tariff amount that you're applying to incoming steal from other countries but look how you get screwed the consumer because in the end you pay for everything in the end mr and mrs america you pay for everything everything look how you get screwed if foreign steel comes into the country eight twenty five percent tax tariff equals tax tax is placed on the americans who by that steel sarah i'm not gonna pay for that i'll buy domestic steel you by domestic steel now the upper pressures on you're gonna pay forty to fifty three percent more than you paid six months ago this eventually is going to cause a recession may not be this year may not be next year i hope it's not in the election year you're driving up the prices artificially by manipulating the market because your hope is protect our skill.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Goes up for the domestic steel you're driving the price up now in the end you get screwed in the end millions and millions of people get screwed so it's up forty percent some places it's up fifty three percent quote there's no reason for tariffs to increase the price of steel by far more than the percentage of the tariff is wilbur ross an economic illiterate i know he knows how to make a billion dollars through subsidies protectionism quotas and all the rest you can't not micromanage an industry we're an economy this way so he says the price of steel shouldn't go up any more than the price of the tariff now even under those circumstances that means the price of steel domestically would go up twenty five percent that is significant but it's more than that you're creating a different market you are changing the market you're limiting the competition you're limiting the availability of the product so there's an upward pressure on the product and so of course the price is going to go beyond the tariff amount that you're applying to incoming steal from other countries but look how you get screwed the consumer because in the end you pay for everything in the end mr and mrs america you pay for everything everything look how you get screwed if foreign steel comes into the country eight twenty five percent tax tariff equals tax tax is placed on the americans who by that steel sarah i'm not gonna pay for that i'll buy domestic steel you by domestic steel now the upper pressures on you're gonna pay forty to fifty three percent more than you paid six months ago this eventually is going to cause a recession may not be this year may not be next year i hope it's not in the election year you're driving up the prices artificially by manipulating the market because your hope is protect our steel.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"The receiver position in general this year and in the downside part of this bowl of the three who has the most downside brandin cooks thirty nine percent chris hogan fifty three percent adam feeling eight percent so i guess my question is chris hogan even belong in the same discussion as brandin cooks at adam zealand i think it's fair especially for the first four weeks of the season i mean if you remember chris hogan was actually a better fantasy receiver than brandin cooks before he got hurt last year the patriots so i think chris hogan's actually presents i would almost say a safer floor i mean brandin cooks i think is floor is the seventy targets sammy watkins all last year so i think cooks actually he might offer the downside i think feelings the safest hogan is definitely going to be safer for the first four weeks while elements suspended and we can't forget jillian elements thirty two years old coming off a a bad knee injury and it's not that acl's are like the worst thing anymore but for someone who's thirty to believe me a guy who's aging myself we feel these things a little bit more every single year so i think brennan cooks actually presents the most downside okay dave let's see if we can figure out is the age of mike is e older than me he's probably younger than you i'm guessing you're what you're forty days forty one forty one i'm i'm going to be thirty four tomorrow thanks ounce to youthful to be in his forties no yeah i'm thinking he's thirty he's either like thirty three or thirty five guide i'm gonna put it at thirty five wow that spot on actually i'll be thirty five for another three months okay well there you go reason why we do what we do around right this is this is what were your which other podcast guests the ages of their guests very polite we've got more question we're gonna find out more about mike taylor i've got some i've got some questions he's from chicago so david in mike talk about chicago stuff basically yeah yeah that's how you do how old he was but let's go through the.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Their sperm counts were getting lower their emotional their social skills were not as good and that they were more likely to be depressed and have friends be withdrawing into video game addiction video games which are find the addiction is not and then they were getting more engrossed in video porn important general and so and from this and most importantly i so i started asking what's the causes of this and i noticed that developed nations have in common that they have more permission for divorce and they also give more permission for for women being able to have children without being married so in the united states for example fifty three percent of women who are under thirty who have children have them without being married and so i started looking at these two populations of women who have children without being married and women and then divorced families and i found that some of the people who are divorced in some of the women who had children without being married we're doing fine but that was a relatively small percentage who were who had a lot of other involvement and then the significant percentage that did not have a lot of father involvement were doing very poorly they were having children that were having problems on more than seventy different metrics that i was able to detect and so while i while i was ultimately able to identify ten different causes of the boy crisis the single most important of those ten causes was father a minimal or no father involvement or what i ended up calling dead deprived boys and editions across the developed world across the developed board where we don't have perfect data beyond the academic data on all developed nations but is it is showing up every every nation we've been able to study well the piece of the the.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Look at the i looked at those fifty three percent of white women that voted for donald trump and i've thought about everything he said that was disrespectful to women in general black white purple rain whatever and i was like how you wouldn't dare tolerate a man black white or otherwise treating your daughter like this and yet you're okay with this man leading the country but that's back to what we say at earlier why supremacy is the name of the gay what you're seeing really is if the reverts reverse reverting back to a status quo that you know think about trump that people love is that he said he's undo obama's legacy it doesn't matter whether it makes sense to not whether it was a great plan that obama put together he his goal is to literally undo obama's legacy in return back the status quo it doesn't matter like people will vote against their own interests because white women nope when it comes next like under white man their next up when you talk about minorities like i is affirmative action the biggest benefactors affirmative firmative action white women why women can correct it there it's just a matter of time will you know what will sit this one out we don't we don't jump on board voted vote right now and we still don't get is in in it and see the is even bigger than like this politics what happened to obama his own white counterparts in the democratic party they start disassociating themselves from obama and the democrats democratic choir is literally just went down to other they lost their own elections they gave up seats it was just a massacre.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Field fifty three percent from downtown and they're playing at a fifty one 28 lead over wisconsin with 1550 forty golden you hear this music musingizi was obviously very very good debate still on the bubble they mean they need to get out of here with this winter to win it i can help them but they got a big hurdle for and that's the big thing zach played this time of year steven and you've done a lot of these shows over the years ago ended nca tournament you can hurt yourself sometimes more irreparably then you could help no question about it there i think michigan in the tournament b if selected today they definitely would be in the tournament broadly as an eightseater somewhere around there they have a good rpi district askandy but very dangerous team when you shoot the ball like that you don't turn it over every guy on the floor can make a free they remind me of bill they're not as good as little over but they are very similar in a lot of ways the michigan basketball working from our right till after the walgreens solid blue those gold numbers or is it maize color acute sake white trimmed badgers of the whole whites with the red trim red numbers on the bounce left side swimsuit said settle out robinson near the top of the key to a door rochman rightwing michigan i'm a lead of 10 to go on the shot clock avocados to broaden soon rightside elevates for three in at ramsau no good rebound of the baseline save by matthews but intercepted four wisconsin by aaron me fifty one 28 michigan little you didn't davidson boots at across wisconsin fifty th unhappy right sidelined of optimism shuttleworth wings almost five minutes gone by secondhand here's have operating aid kicked out davison trey i'm away rims out no rebound say goodbye testy two don't generap and since switching hanzo the dribble dribblers he moves.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KKAT

"Non lgbtq adults forty nine percent but i'd call about half what they're calling it less than half said they were very or somewhat comfortable around lgbtq people in certain scenarios according to the uh in its down from fifty three percent so fewer people are very or somewhat comfortable around lgbtq people now half was fifty three mm slightly down but if this trend continues i suppose it would be something very comfortable around l and g they have some questions t got to admit i'm going to wonder what's going on there and q i would know right yeah yeah that one i don't really so it at various mmhmm in other we're talking about three percent of the population right all right well roughly uh transgender or gay gay or all of the above at all then so he asked media it's definitely low single digits um uh yeah you know the the transgender thing is interesting to me there are some people are so desperate to for instance convinced the kindergartners that they're transgender in fact there's a controversy in a californiabased the bay area school of the kindergarten is displaying a poster made by gay columnist dan savage about the rainbow unicorn of gender and how the.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on RobinLynne

"All of these white women coming forward with all of these sexual harassment claims yet fifty three percent of them voted to put donald trump's as in the white house right now i believe does sixteen seventeen women that are accusing donald trump of sexual harassment he even came out in his most famous access hollywood tape talking about you could do whatever you want because you are a celebrity you can grab combative plessey so he putted out there in his own words that he has gone around as sexually harassed women he admitted that you know at the the pageants that he was a part of he will go into the dressing room so he can see the young women naked he admitted to all of that and now is dummy as this john talked about talking about it does not him on the voice of exiled hollywood as a whole nother video me by day so i don't understand how packers the you'll white women when it comes to sexual harassment uh i just wanted to call me in point this out somebody help me understand if somebody let me know if they also recognize the situation it it is how is it that you yourself have been sexually harassed but yet you vote the put donald trump's as in the white house and they can't say oh i didn't know i was unaware that you know women were accuse ngoma sexual harassment it was top news before we all went out to vote for president solved pick sadc no oh you know because they loved appoint themselves as the victim already know if i had known you new and you still voted to put his as in office so i don't get it and now you know all of you will come in our talking about you've been sexually harassed um i applaud you for your strength income and out and you know accusing and trying to put a stop to it but you're hypocritical in my opinion and that's all i got taken out via the morning can i get it a on medium decaf coffee with her cream.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"All of these white women coming forward with all of these sexual harassment claims yet fifty three percent of them voted to put donald trump's as in the white house right now i believe does sixteen seventeen women that are accusing donald trump of sexual harassment he even came out in his most famous access hollywood tape talking about you could do whatever you want because you are a celebrity you can grab combative plessey so he putted out there in his own words that he has gone around as sexually harassed women he admitted that you know at the the pageants that he was a part of he will go into the dressing room so he can see the young women naked he admitted to all of that and now is dummy as this john talked about talking about it does not him on the voice of exiled hollywood as a whole nother video me by day so i don't understand how packers the you'll white women when it comes to sexual harassment uh i just wanted to call me in point this out somebody help me understand if somebody let me know if they also recognize the situation it it is how is it that you yourself have been sexually harassed but yet you vote the put donald trump's as in the white house and they can't say oh i didn't know i was unaware that you know women were accuse ngoma sexual harassment it was top news before we all went out to vote for president solved pick sadc no oh you know because they loved appoint themselves as the victim already know if i had known you new and you still voted to put his as in office so i don't get it and now you know all of you will come in our talking about you've been sexually harassed um i applaud you for your strength income and out and you know accusing and trying to put a stop to it but you're hypocritical in my opinion and that's all i got taken out via the morning can i get it a on medium decaf coffee with her cream.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Wendy very cold today despite the sunshine just twenty one for the high but the accu weather real feels will be at or below zero this morning we're not kidding one below right now single digits in the afternoon 14 degree is clear skies over new york cuban fifty three percent the windsor west attend fourteen gone up to twenty one in the accu weather real feel is one below highly harris wins news time at the tone 530 good morning i'm donna vaughan more than two dozen ferry passengers were stuck it see for hours last night when they're ride ran aground a ferry that left rockaway bound for lower manhattan around five pm struck a sandbar within minutes off queens and about two feet of water the fdny responded quickly but the rescue had to be done slowly and carefully for safety's sake so the last passengers and crew weren't safely offloaded until aram 1030 it was nervewracking for this woman whose daughter was stuck on bores just waiting to get information not knowing what's going to happen so she was just anxious and nervous as we all are the frigid weather of course didn't help matters and it was a tricky climb to safety for the passengers fdny chief john esposito climbdown a 12foot straight down the back of the the ferry onto all boat an entrance transferred onto several different boetsch no one was hurt but it's the second stranding in a month for the city's newly expanded ferry service wins news time five thirty why the dodge traffic center now here's chris abraham good morning donna it's a rough go in new jersey right now especially on the turnpike newark by extension be eastbound side is shutdown.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Thirty eight international markets minus forty three and emerging markets minus fifty three percent in one year so diversification it is of course boring but it is also quite beautiful i finally led may cover this whole thing of market volatility and market timing because we haven't seen much voller until the and my fear is this when volatility returns and it will when it returns a lot of people are going ahead for the hills so in my research for today's program i looked at these standard poors 500 intra year declines not calendar year but intrigue here and and what i learn is this every single cottonpicking year has a certain amount of rough patches now the lately they've been hard to find but every year every calendar year since 1980 we have seen some kind of an entry year decline markets have suffered double digit declines in twenty one of the past thirty seven years i think about that for a minute if you're a on hold investor in 21 out in the last thirty seven years you've had to endure a double digit decline right now get a kick out of all these guys and say well i wanna put stops on all my stocks well maybe if you're buying individuals stocks that could work usually doesn't but it could get you out but then he got no one to get back in what have you took that same mentality and you add quote stops on your 401 k in twenty one of the last thirty seven years you'd have been out of the market but here's what's interesting despite that many pullbacks seventy five percent of those years ended up with positive returns so you would have been wrong three quarters of the times it's just.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on WGTK

"Of what a lucky guy i am but my luck extends to pay it about fifty three percent in taxes to the government i get to take home forty seven percent of what iron the people talk about the one percent and all the loopholes and all the tax breaks of sun my semyon email tell me how to do that because i'm getting taxed at a fifty three percent rate again i'm fine and i make a good living and i am a lucky lucky guy i never want you to feel like don't appreciated or i don't sometimes i every day at least once they look around say well on this kid for dayton ohio dreaming of a job on the radio and look at my life but yet i know that most people listening to me don't get to have that luxury of being able to to to make a decent living and according to data released from the bureau of labor statistics americans on average spent more on taxes last year than they did on food and clothing combined i apologize with i those food and shelter food and clothing combined in 2016 people shred more on average on federal state and local taxes than they did on food and clothing combined the average tax bill increased from seven thousand four hundred twenty three dollars in 2013 to over ten thousand dollars in 2016 president wants to fix that the whole lot of people have no skin in the game there are a lot of americans don't any federal taxes but for many of us we are pain way more than our fair share and listen w i'm not a good obviously get specific as to what i make but i'll underused myself as an example because i've not unlike a lot of entrepreneurs small medium business owners who have a know have a revenue stream you think fifty three percent is fair now i pay city state and federal taxes because i live in new york so there's a difference of i lived in a state like texas where if i lived in nevada or if i lived in i think washington state or florida if i lived in the state of florida i wouldn't pay sure your state taxes play happen to live in manhattan and you could say okay mike well you know you should live in the new york okay fair enough but i do and i.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The my luck extends to pay it about fifty three percent in taxes to the government i get your take home forty seven percent of what iron the people talk about the one percent and all the loopholes and all the tax breaks of sun my semyon email tell me how to do that because i'm getting taxed at a fifty three percent rate again i'm fine and i make a good living and i am a lucky lucky guy i never want you to feel like i don't appreciate it or i don't sometimes i every day at least once they look around say well i'm this kid for dayton ohio dreaming of a job on the radio and look at my life but yet we know that most people listening to me don't get to have that luxury of being able to to to make a decent living and according to data released from the bureau of labor statistics americans on average spent more on taxes last year than they did on food and clothing combined i apologize to those putin shelter food and clothing combined in 2016 people spend more on average on federal state and local taxes than they did on food and clothing combined the average tax bill increased from seven thousand four hundred twenty three dollars in 2013 to over ten thousand dollars in 2016 president wants to fix that the whole lot of people have no skin in the game there are a lot of americans dopey any federal taxes but for many of us we are pain way more than our fair share endless should w i'm not gonna obviously get specific as to what i make but out i'm going to use myself as an example because i'm not unlike a lot of producers small medium business owners who have a you know have a revenue stream you think fifty three percent is fair now i pay city state and federal taxes because i live in new york so there's a difference of i.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Floyd mayweather land of fifty three percent of its punch you hear it he landed fifty eight percent power shots not copy boxy power shot if anything other than a jail right live to the body to the hair anything other new jail lord mayweather landed almost sixty percent almost six untenable shot that he would have party it hit it intended target which was conor mcgregor body or head his day as the day he wayne or pop coming to the suit to data why i need to see you dana now you told you go take me i told you that may cause a maternal over you steal dana white be careful when you do dana way so either take that robot particular over 'cause you're gonna be sweat man dana whites that right here in east and i said well dana you keep telling me that common goal land and comic important to know this is going to be doing anything can floor pumpkin fourth row budget he's a con is going to get here comes going he hit a bunch i wonder wait a minute you want me to pay conor mcgregor you telling me you have promoted you low caught a better than any of us you telling me that part mayweather is going to hit him gortat hit him up but it he's gonna win the fight all you can tell the killer to stop you get beverage about your he gobert mayor you'd have to kill it he wanted no part of it and i told to applaud going to blow is going to beat him in making clear making clear yet um i can quit why did he quit jaquier what what i i mustn't has seen a whole different fire if you're not immediately after the fight he said why did you stop it why it at enemy that in a mere ten of a roberts said immediately while want your door punches you had thrown upon in all around to you you tell me what it's my turn twenty told me low twenty six power shots you finish tell me when your finish who you boycott of the box in a bitter then oh i there.

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"fifty three percent" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"fifty three percent" Discussed on First Take

"And it's one that's warranty just because you think someone's good doesn't mean there above criticism now leaving only fifty three percent of your past is is is is bad it's not just not good it's bad so you if you ever watch the game i heard the commentator say they need to throwing the ball to loosen up the defence whether they completed or not yeah cameras during that so those incomplete passes have value i agree it'd be better if he completed one hundred percent of is the passes but uk you know what's is worse is throwing a threeyard pass that is completed on third in nine who cares you improve your accuracy numbers but that doesn't really impact outcome of a game or influence the defense in any way hammudi thrown incomplete passes deep down the field is something a lotta quarterbacks don't do it has value and i i resent when people throw that number out there like that means that he's inaccurate he's bad you can say is an accurate but you can't say it's because of that number we'll see if the if it results in fifty three percent completion you might wanna to throw down a little bit less you might have loosened up the defence with your incomplete passes down twenty thirty yards downfield the point is this though that that's not history klay to your strength and during that two thousand fifteen be pcs at you point out he rushed for six hundred yards and ten touchdowns and they went to the super bowl that's his strength i firmly believe will not to you at this desk or you on the football field meet this desker jin you have to play to your strengths you have to enable and take advantage of the things that make you unique it may in the end shorten camps career in may indian get him hurt more but the truth the matter is that's what makes cam a valuable quarterback in the nfl not his completion percent about to this thing i think there's a fundamental disagreement you and i have.

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