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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"You know exactly what I'm trying because all together we've never done better we've never done better than we're doing now and while Atlanta in Atlanta today the president also headlined a private fundraiser for Georgia Republican senator David Perdue who is up for reelection next year other presidential action president George W. bush back here in Texas hosting his annual by cried for veterans near his ranch in Crawford President Bush forty three calls it a remarkable experience to hang out with these people today we got new members here at and first time riders in tomorrow either be of a bunch of return H. and its floor in my way of honoring the veterans who served our country servicemen and women who were wounded in the global war on terror are taking part in the W. one hundred K. and the war you're open taking place in Crawford today and tomorrow K. T. R. H. news time for for time to check your money here's K. T. R. H. money man patchy and brought to you by D. M. auto leasing dot com well get Friday afternoon Corey stocks closing the day modestly higher the Dow industrials finishing the day up by just five points closing at twenty seven thousand six eighty S. and P. five hundred up seven points that's one quarter of one percent the tech heavy nasdaq up by forty points all of those gains came in the final ten minutes of the day deal or no deal that is what the markets are asking yesterday China said they've agreed to a phase one deal trade deal with the U. S. well today president trump said the US has not agreed to a deal health care and technology they were the top two performing groups today utilities as well as energy the bottom two oil up just nine cents fifty seven dollars twenty four cents a barrel gold down by three dollars fifty cents an ounce of one thousand four hundred sixty three dollars and finally for the week the Dow industrials up three hundred thirty four points or one point two percent what if the check of your money from the office of heritage asset advisors I'm Pat shan't priest radio seven forty KTRE bad news for drivers tolls going up on the grand parkway starting January first Texas transportation commission approved a two percent toll increase this month for passenger cars and trucks that's an extra penny to four cents in every toll plaza and every entrance and exit ramp state officials agree back in twenty twelve to increase the tolls by two percent.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hang on all we want yeah that's one reason why Neal Charles needed granite tops top you good bang yeah talks have Yup Yup Yup Charles needed blue eminem's and stuff but you know no but you earn always tease me about because you know I yeah well I never got the countdown clock big stations I had the countdown clock by never had him at the you know when I got cast into the outer darkness but Ernie always teased me about is like I'd have new stories that'd be talking about something came off Yahu or something came off you know we printed some story out of you know the sun in London or something we have a story every three or four pages and and I always wanted paper clipped together instead of stapled and are you going Ah let me just I'm a staple this together and go yeah but could use a paper clip instead you know why because I don't like the Russell the you know the sound of wrestling the paper yeah you take one sheets have been it over you won't be rush limbaugh you know he he turned a page and so on okay well I did it for you again whatever you'll know what ideas you about okay. I dislike tease him about there'd be a bunch of stuff to print out which Donna does you got Freedoms Phoenix wherever guests a lot but what Charles would do I need these four hundred seventy three pages per now and I get so I come to work I get in there and come in like fifteen minutes after me or something but I'd have all the stuff printed out that you know he wanted and then we'd paper clip them together an avid pile and he killed so many trees because he wouldn't go to a lot of the stories you never got to but you know that's you over produce and you always say well there was a news guy there that big copy because he had coke bottle glasses or something Mr Magoo whatever his name was he would he would do print out his new stuff he would use the back of Charles paper because he didn't want so much freaking waste going on is right you're killing lots of trees tree killer that's right the guide freak man all that paper and we'd just like this is the deal we get reams of paper a week get over the way it is cost of doing business yeah I'm looking forward to you come in and I'll definitely be listening to you get back on the Mike because you know Charles is great at this stuff and he actually reads the books I don't I I might come on tell me why I'm supposed to read this book Charles would read the book then I get them on you know I've matured Ernie I just give you one story about how that is I had a show on Ktar night a long time ago when you and I first met and the emphasis on that show design by my design but the emphasis on that show was a lot of author interviews because you know there are a lot of their lots of interesting Thursday stuff and they were on the tour and things and you know it just it's just the way they kind of wanted that show to be a lot of author interviews and so you know read stacks and stacks of books by read the books but we're not ahead of guy on I wish I could remember who it was and I and I said so tell me at sometimes more about their subjects that they did I'm not trying to the go look stuff up we'll tell me you know is it true that x y and z equals would what is X Y and Z equal and he goes or I'm not sure and I go well that's funny it's on page one hundred twenty seven in your book tell them what X. Y. Z. adds up to so now I'm on the other side of my first book comes out I'm on the other side of the story I'm doing interviews all over the country and radio stations and I had some little thing in there I just I thought well I'll give a vivid example of this is what this is remember what it was it was like how much income tax ax is the average American family of four pain to service the US debt that's held by China so you know you in China is a major creditor remember that factoid man so some number I have no idea what it was you know maybe it was the average American household is paying you know the four hundred sixty three dollars a year you know to service the US debt to China is that who knows I have no idea what it is so like I'm doing this tour and some guy goes so tell me Charles how much debt is the American household Actually have to pay to service the debt that China holds and I go I have no idea heels that's funny eight hundred twenty seven in your book gene Karma but you know you're right you're right you're right this stuff and and in the traditional publishing the old line publishers and so it's a long time between when you ride it and when it's finally printed in the hands of people so you know you write something in February and then it doesn't come out until the following January and you get little factoid in air about four hundred thirty seven dollars Simpson's impossible to remember on these tours okay this is the one question at now's a good time to ask you when you were on the clear channel affiliate here between I'm going you go Nah I'm good well of course they didn't renew your contract and became where we were we work together and kind of and we knew each other you're right back in the early ninety ninety one or something I do in my activism I wound up on your show and I go I get it you know you go hey man touting neighbor Radio Remember you tell me that you go I go how come you don't talk radio's howdy neighbor radio man we don't get that deep on but you were libertarian philosophically knew what was going on there was a sign in the in the executive producers office this this this true I mean I think how this would fly today but there is a sign in her office that said what is something like some something bazaar about all no person is wrong all opinions are valid or something like that you know and I'm just like roll my eyes I'm going to be a good fit here I was it was her name Laurie years before that there there was one she went on to w hey ABC anyway where stern was and I remember we've done a lot of things you know for you and Jim Sharpe and other guys whenever there is a liberty oriented talk show host we'd like make a campaign at we need to show some love man there needs to be some port support and signs and all well we got Jim Sharpe the morning Gig over there and she called me and she goes where you behind those cycle not as far as you know it's coming Arizona Twenty twenty I met with Shauna Bolic's last Friday okay no Clint Bolic's Supreme Court justices wife is a representative in Brown they say my representative is so when we met you can tell there is a political mindset and some people and Michael thank you know what do you think the politics and Arizona is going to be in two thousand twenty go McCain's gone we have it's Kinda Purple State where the hell that means we got all the corrupted politics here in the nation the economic international and as it applies here in the people the mindset in Arizona who would know better than Charles go ahead I can't take a we'll be right back are you a crypto currency advocate the crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help people discover crypto currency it's a printable business-card-sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a cash tip when the server scandal Qr code it'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency how to install a wallet and allow them to claim the tip if they don't claim the Crypto you get your tip refunded to you after a time period you specify plus if they do claim the.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Again are reaching into their pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institutes analysis have national center for education statistics piston data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants cea says this is a unique burden if you think any other profession how normal is hate eight that you have to go to work with your own materials i mean this case it's not just for them it's for these children the analysis finds the average spending at high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fair you're on a cardiologists with data care point steam formation from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and and fiscal health teams should turn the screens off well before bedtime laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend the mandate at least two hours before bedtime farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough asleep means poorer learning worse decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep old disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take take chances they should i'm by clifford public service we are member and listener supported and.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for Gig Lifton Uber directly benefiting from Nineteen Nineteen Labor of drivers in order to resolve it. They need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and Uber CEO said Wednesday he will process that claim and refuses to reclassify contract attract workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would got a b five. I'm Suzanne Potter. This is p. S. The amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling and Pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new BAP. Let you know what's being dumped nearby in in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in Pennsylvania according to Melissa Trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby by disposal sites by typing in their address. The map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular despite an also what year the map and accompanying reporter online net earthworks dot org. I'm envious sears reporting the school year Chris here Eric reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets to pay for supplies in the classroom. The Economic Policy Institute analysis of National Center for Education Occasion Statistics Data Find Oregon Teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thousands of California contract entre workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp Aiden Alva- is a lifts driver and activists with the group GIG workers rising. He says right now the multibillion dollar companies will depend on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing nothing while they're waiting for a GIG lifting uber directly benefiting from nineteen flavor of drivers in order to resolve they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and Uber's CEO CEO said Wednesday he will press that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB. Maybe five I'm Suzanne Potter this is PMS. The amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling and Pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new BAP. Let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking and the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium two twenty six but but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in Pennsylvania according to Melissa Trautmann in with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by typing in their address. The map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks it works dot Org. I'm envious sears reporting the school year is here Eric tatum reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets to pay for supplies in the classroom. The Economic Policy Institutes Analysis Have National Center for Education Statistics Data Finds Oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And workers COMP ADA and Alva- is lift driver and activists with the group GIG workers rising zinc. He says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a GIG Lipton Uber directly actually benefiting from Nineteen Labor of drivers in order to resolve they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and Uber's. CEO said Wednesday he will press that claim and refuses fuses to reclassify contract workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut ab five. I'm Suzanne Potter. This is is Pete. Ns the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in Pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new BAP. Let you know what's let's be dumped nearby in twenty eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste I that wastes contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste aced regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in Pennsylvania according to Melissa Trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows. How's anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by typing in their address? The map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processor are disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at Earthworks Dot Org. I'm Andrea Sears is reporting the school year is here Arteta reports that means teachers once again reaching into their pockets to pay for supplies in the classroom. The Economic Policy Institute Analysis Houses Have National Center for Education Statistics Data Pints Oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World twenty four hours a day and Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business out and the tech talk on Twitter this is Bloomberg radio this is daybreak Europe for this Tuesday August the sixth coming up this hour the P. B. O. C. pegs its currency the stronger level than expected just hours off to the U. S. tax Beijing and FX manipulator China's intervention helps Asian equities past severe losses on Wall Street points tends to offer the worst single day drop in a year treasuries erased gains off to ten year yields dropped to the lowest since before trump selection North Korea fine is small missiles as tensions with the US increase and it's a lease Matteo salvini in Hans powers as his government wins a key vote I'm Liane Karen's with world please bigger cuts to come as markets gyrate fed governor Lyle brain not since she's monitoring developments closely so it's a half point reduction in mid September possible that soul straight today don't believe they break you're on the A. B. digital radio London eleven three oh New York but ninety nine one Washington DC book one a six one Boston but nine sixty seven Francisco SiriusXM channel one nineteen and around the world the book radio does call the Bloomberg business at very good morning from London I'm rushing here and I never take it good morning everyone is coming up to eight to one AM in London nine a one if you're listening in Paris Frankfort or Brussels at Roger I really do feel it word extraordinary times and so many of the things that a lot of people saw as worst case scenario it might never happen has happened over the past forty hours this seems to me that doesn't it and and you just noticed that the people seem to be confused as to quite how to respond to it I mean China currency manipulation oversee the took the tweets from the White House things are moving very strange directions strange had wins out there it's a yeah and especially with the PPO see I mean the fact that they sort of allowed the U. N. to weaken I say that specifically because there's a lot of talk yesterday saying look this is not a devaluation it was simply allowing it to weaken and that we get that stronger than expected P. B. O. C. fixing you wonder whether a message was trying to be sent out with the initial allowance of letting the wind go through seven or whether this was in any way a policy era I didn't see the term currency manipulator again in one single hang on if you look at the technicalities it's not the it's a term that they don't even following their intelligence yet precisely China not fitting as you say the technical definitions but also just naming China a currency manipulator to in terms of the implications of the real implications for China might be quite small act at the moment and certainly the costs of it would not be as great as what the US has already done in terms of imposing the towers and then we start to talk about some other scenarios that until now was seen as very improbable for example perhaps China starting to look at selling off its U. S. treasury holdings but that might impact the you wanna push it stronger so really that's a double edged sword for them and that of course what this all means for the fed to people now starting to talk about fifty basis point cut in September it's interesting times which and we are cursed to live in which I think was the Chinese curse as far as I can remember speaking of memories I want to talk with you later in the show about the fact that George Magnus has said that the U. N. slide is a gold standard moment for China a couple not later let's get back to these markets right now because the ten year treasury yield any what moves we seen that yesterday we saw it drop forty basis points getting to a twenty sixty level one seventy one handle we move up three basis points today at one seventy four square we trade but yield sliding Europe so the ten year bund yield down a basis point at the time you go you'll not moving too much at the moment but what Lucy scene in equities as well the European equity market opening up with three minutes into the open to stop six hundred down to percent yesterday a muted reaction today well off at the moment only by two tenths of a percent in terms of Europe's equity benchmark in the industry groups quite even spread between gainers and losers so healthcare stocks financial services personal and household goods underperforming on the upside media call makers and tech outperforming it's interesting because yesterday in the U. S. session tech in particular the semi conductors were the hardest hit along with banks of course sectors sensitive to the trade war I'm too low rates and the drop we saw in the U. S. yes a I mean the biggest drop this year three percent drop for the S. and P. five hundred in terms of features though we did start turning posted in the Asian session I was looking posted still SP five hundred even ease up three tenths of a cent nasdaq futures point high by five tenths of a cent Dow futures point higher by almost three tenths of a percent you're definitely seeing an element a stabilization in these markets the forty one hundred is still low a bite for tents for the set but the CAC forty index trading absolutely steady in terms of Dalian as well a good pulse for risk so we sold again BDS today along with other safe havens Dolly and games today one of six forty five and even goal that hit a six year high yesterday looking I've touched off today with flat right now one thousand four hundred sixty three dollars and outs taking a check on oil as well of course that plunged yesterday and we all re bonding WTI up one percent fifty five sport twenty four Brinton sixty spot thirty seven of nine tenths of a percent to really a very different day what a difference a day makes Roger in these markets and it all seems to have been triggered by the fact we got that stronger than expected fixing only you and from the P. B. S. C. but the U. N. itself looking at the off shore still trading beyond seven seven of six sixty seven I was still getting earnings data and data from companies coming in just to coming a lost our Norwegian air drops six point two percent off today released the July passenger data citizen reaction to that now more on the stocks to watch me but European stocks are books any glucose joined us in our studio six any let's start with metro now it looks like a check billion as efforts to purchase the gym wholesaler hit a bit of a road block that's right graduate so mental is down one point one percent actually less than expected some traders were calling it down like five percent so add ten billion Daniel could teens keys effort to purchase the German wholesaler have heated issues because the talks with the two groups representing families of the founders of the company have not been successful because they were not able to agree on the valuation of metro and therefore the stock is down today that we heard earlier from Deutsche appalls CFO at the site yet are in the program I mean all the endings today so who is the outlook approve it yes is and the stock is reacting very positively at Deutsche oppose ease up two point three percent as it's lifted the low end of its earnings target range for twenty nineteen and the main reason is the right you sit at the success of the German business the ricin the stamp prices and also people shopping more online so there were doing good on the internet and the shipping I increases because of that and we also heard about vivendi they're important money talks with ten cent on a ten percent stake in U. M. G. what we know about so that's a very exciting story add the stock was up as much as nine point one percent this is the biggest move since two thousand eight really great story to get day then he is really keeping it towards eight did promise they will he would try to sell minority stakes in universal music group so it is now in talks to sell a ten percent stake in universal music group to tense and and this would value world's biggest music business at thirty billion euros big news of the day thank you very much Senegalese code let me just bring you an update on I. H. G. a Raja because straight at the open the shares fell three point six percent when I low by two point two percent own on a she she has the company of course reported first half results first of revenue came in ever so slightly soft one point zero one billion dollars estimate was one point zero two they did propose a ten percent increase in the interim dividend though and said they were confident on the outlook for the balance of the year and the my co anchor on TV man a scrawny did speak to the CEO Keith ball on TV earlier he had some very interesting comments around home called the trade war after also breaks it so we'll hear more from that interview later but the shares down now seven minutes into the open well let's get some more on our top stories now and in the latest **** for tat moves in the U. S. China trade war the trump administration has formally labeled Beijing a currency manipulator more from Bloomberg dot com no country has had the distinction since the U. S. applied it to China during the Clinton administration yesterday's move came after the Chinese you want broke below seven against the dollar and the PPO C. failed to intervene to arrest the weakness now the lack of a response was seen as China retaliating for new U. S. terror of some three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese exports before the U. S. decision P. B. O. C. governor you gong said China wouldn't use the foreign exchange as a tool in the trade dispute but in making the announcement treasury secretary Stephen Yushin said the US will engage the IMF to take away China's on fair trade advantage I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg daybreak Europe and China is acting to limit the U. N.'s plunges we were talking about area off to the U. S. labeled it a currency manipulator the central banks at the daily currency fixing stronger than analysts expected plus it announced the sale of U. N. denominated bonds in Hong Kong both helped drive the off shore you and I ha yeah but that said looking at the off shore you and it's still be on seven seven oh six forty five AM analysts on Wall Street have taken an ax to the U. N. for cost we seen you and for costs low which by JP Morgan by Citigroup and bank of America and now the federal reserve could be leaning closer to reducing interest rates again next month or if president trump ratcheted up his trade war investors now see the central bank having to cut most deeply than it did last week reacting to the market turmoil the federal reserve governor Lael Brainard says the fed is committed to sustaining expansion I am certainly are monitoring developments very closely I have sad and think others have as well that we're committed to sustaining the expansion.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"The Total General Fund for Kentucky's Department of Education is just over four billion dollars so Mitch McConnell says there isn't much money in politics compared to what will more money was spent on the twenty eighteen congressional races then for all of education and Olive Kentucky and an entire year. Let's talk about just what is spent on McConnell's races says because in his two thousand fourteen election Mitch spent thirty million dollars to keep his seat are per capita G._D._p.. Here in Kentucky is forty one thousand four hundred sixty three dollars in twenty eighteen governor Bevan's budget budget for our state cut seventy programs in Kentucky and just to give you the flavor of those budget cuts. One of those programs was the Kentucky Commission on Women which works on things like promotion of economic opportunities for women and also things like human trafficking that entire program was gutted from the budget at a Price Tag of two hundred twenty five thousand dollars so Mitch McConnell can say that this is not a lot of money but here in our home state of Kentucky five billion dollars is a lot of money me that would do amazing good now of course we're comparing a number over the entire United States to one st and this doesn't prove anything except I think the Mitch McConnell has been circulating for so long among ah donor class that is completely disconnected from the needs of the state that he supposed to serve that I do not value his perspective anymore on whether there is too much money in politics I mean I love his little. Oh compared to potato chips bullshit because that's what I'm going to call. It is bullshit. I mean the reality is he out spins his opponents almost two to one the only one who got close was Bruce Lunceford who also spent the most and was independently wealthy. He uses money to access power. That's why and it's the only thing he's got. He doesn't have charisma at Ed. Particularly the beginning of his career he had no access to networks or resources. It was incredibly unpopular time to be republican particularly in lower he started his political career and so not only does he use money to access power in Kentucky Kentucky but to access power in the Senate so he raises money for other candidates other people within his party Dole's that out and gains influence and then stands there and does the thing I was talking about before which is his will. There's no quid pro quo again. If you listen to embedded there's this moment where he talks to John McCain on the floor when McCain is pushing the McCain Feingold bill and says will if we're worried about corruption who's corrupt. I truly wish and I think John McCain. Cain didn't do this because he had respect for the institution and I appreciate that I wish that he'd seen Mitch McConnell as the threat to the institution that he is and I wish we looked at him in the face and said your corrupt your who I'm talking about your the one who took in the Republican can caucus in said if you vote against the tobacco industry. You won't get any money from them. If you vote against the two or four the tobacco industry I can promise you donations and you know one of the things I've talked about before is that it's it's not just that corporate influence comes into politics. It's something I think that you know it's it's kind of a weird thing to talk about. Somebody who's doesn't particularly care about corporate interest or in defending them. It also goes the other way then you basically have corporations being shipped down by politicians was exactly what Mitch McConnell did he said I defended you tobacco industry and now you better pony up to the point. There is literal e mail records of them going. I couldn't get squeezed any tired about Mitch McConnell at this point I mean it's just so gross he is. He is for sale. He is four sale and the idea that it's just a basic arithmetic and if we spend more as a country potato chips. What's the big deal? It's not what's being spent. It's WHO's beat who spending it. It's so disingenuous look. Let's talk about now what the Democrats introduced in January H._R...

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hell I think of what flying is like now compared to the way it used to be before. Two thousand and one. You could go right up to a gate. For the TSA it ill to take your belt off enough to take your shoes off you didn't have to empty all your pockets. And those things will never be back. And I miss them. I truly do never be back. But it's interesting. You talk about going to bagel wouldn't it be easier? If you took all your money, put it in an envelope and just sent them that way, you won't have to go through all the hassle of Lyon would not be easier to do that. And not going to belabor the point this trip. I came home with less money than I departed Boston in my pocket. But the previous trip of June of two thousand seventeen I came home with a good deal more than what I had when I departed to go out there because they had tremendous luck with slot machines out there really from Mendes luck. Yeah. You know what? Like, I tell everybody when it comes to gambling in the end. They always get your money back overdue. Yeah. But hey, you know, what? And then the anything. Come about with the Everett casino any decision been made. But I can look out my well, not this window, but one of the other windows, it's dude open in June or July. Okay. And I've said this before I'm going to go into the reasons I said this at least in front of thirty eight states and parts of Canada listening right now, I am not ever going to step one foot inside of encore. Why is that? Well, let me tippy toe here. I will call you and tell you more detail my reasoning, right? But I just don't. I'm not a proponent of Steve Wynn at all in that case. Okay. I just like the gambling. No, I hear you in. I mean, you won't see me going in there. Either. Yeah. And I understand what you're saying. No, the MGM, I don't feel like driving all the way to Springfield. I'll go to plane villian. I understand Plainridge is not live games. It's just machines. Right. I rather deal with that. And I could go to Rhode Island. Twin river does have live games now. But okay. No-one no-one east of the Mississippi. Does it like Vegas? No one. And I was there back in the seventies. I know it's changed the whole lot just teeny bit. The first time. I went was nineteen seventy I was sixteen years old. While I was bitten by the bug. Then I hit a slot machine for for fifteen cents. I had return four hundred sixty three dollars. That's in nineteen seventy nine thousand nine hundred seventy s money and. As soon as I was able to go by myself. I was out there with great regularity. No. You said you got the bug and it's hard to get rid of it. Yeah. No. That's the biggest. I always have fun when I go to Vegas, but I've kind of gotten off the beaten path here, what are some of the things I don't want to know security issues because you, and I both know there are so many security things that you as the Newton the city Newton police department have to observe in handle to make sure that that day goes by smoothly as possible. But tell me some of the things that you can tell me that fall under your responsibility, not you who tended Pusa apothecary. But the city of Newton. So you know, when you hear the term team effort, it certainly is it's federal state local partners..

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Racing right here at Charlestown. This is home for you. Oh, yeah. What was the first time? You remember coming to Charlestown how long ago was that was fourteen. So to sixty years. Do you believe it? We're still here doing this today. No, no shot a slowing down either. You look as good as you've ever looked. I think. Yeah. Our first trip to Charleston we'd had chance to visit with you on the same program that was about six years ago or so and now here we are doing it again. But we were talking on the balcony before we came on air, and you were telling me about coming here working in the Barnes. Then starting out helping out his assistant trainer, and then eventually moving over to the clocking side of things, but take me back through the beginning the early days of Henry Allen, if you will here in sixteen years old walk in Hudson, cleanest. Does of did it. Oh, nineteen sixty six when I've trained my first horse in. Head of Philly by the name of closing quotation for his coins Pimlico straight took equa duck runner. She got beat in a stake up to beat at that. We wanted to race but turn note that stake anyway, five hundred. It was good money back. You told me a heartbreaking story to tell me that story that that you share? It was in nineteen seventy two. No, sixty six. I source. I have a train I had a full one-month exactly runner here. Joe stone to them ten in the second race. I had to win the first race going back to hear looked at boys. Each double who's paying four hundred sixty three dollars for.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's at full retirement age. Obviously if you that, and that's where they calculate the benefit full retirement age, and they reduce it if you take it early the increase if you take it late. So we've got a little bit of an increase twenty eight hundred twenty eight sixty one that's not horrible for. That sounds terrible. But we do have. So we do have the increase in the wage base. Now, there's also a slight increase in the amount of money that you can make and not have to give back any social security. We were just talking about this not twenty minutes ago. They must've heard us because now they're telling us in two thousand nine hundred and you can make a little bit more this year. If you make you can make up to seventeen thousand forty for the year for the year under full retirement age for the entire year. Now what we're talking about. There is only earned income if you're receiving your social security benefit, and you're working and you make more than seventeen thousand forty dollars for the entire year. You will and you receiving social security benefits and you're under full retirement age for the interior. You're going to give back some your security. That's an eligibility issue next year that number is going up by six hundred dollars. So the threshold for the retirement earnings test for somebody under full retirement age, earning income and receive. Evening social security benefits at the same time. There's going to be seventeen six forty. So I went up six hundred bucks. Now. This doesn't apply if you've retired partway through the year, and then started taking your social security benefit. This is only when there's a concurrent social security benefit and wages or self employment income being earned and you're under full retirement age. So I've had this question before. Well, wait a minute. I retired in August. And I've already made a hundred thousand dollars for the year. But I didn't apply for my social security. The first check I'm going to get is like October this month. So that's way over so I've I've are they gonna take that back. No. Because looking at the months that you were working there is a one time ability to do a monthly test instead of an annual tests, and all they do is they take the seventeen forty divided by twelve they'll take next year seventeen six forty divided by twelve in the month that you're receiving a benefit. Did you earn more than X amount of dollars? They can do that one time. So you can do it this year. But if you go back to work next year. You have issues because now it's all going to be based on the annual earnings test from there forward. Yeah. Just just if you're gonna go back to work do it after full retirement age make it easy. Okay. Because you can make as much as you want or doesn't apply or call social security show. I'm your first paycheck and see I'm earning cut me off now because I don't want to have to pay it back to you later. I would hope they would. But I don't know. I don't know whatever it is ever. Actually, I may actually need your tax returns. Because otherwise, we could we could just say it, and then that would allow us to suspend our benefits and voluntarily suspend where we weren't allowed to voluntarily suspend before full retirement age. Exactly you say, so we have we have somebody earlier who had already started taking their benefits on the widow's benefit. They wanted there's to grow. They could just call them up and say, I'm working again. But I guess sure you have to show a pay stub or so, I don't know. I've never heard that a couple of months to do it. If they want show a couple pay stubs cut it off and voluntarily suspend my benefit. Exactly we'll start up again at sixty six it will start up again at sixty six or whatever you're whenever you're for retirement age benefit. It is. Okay. But you could suspend in at that point if you want. Yeah. Then you could voluntarily voluntarily suspended see all of this works. One more thing that changed, and I don't know how many people's going to affect professor Plum. But since for telling everybody about the changes with social security remember yesterday. No is there maybe as Monday anyway, sometime this week we were talking about the windfall elimination provision and the government pension offset. Maybe it's Monday or Tuesday, and there's a certain amount of money that the social security administration or whoever makes these laws can they don't make the laws. But I mean, whoever enforces them can. Take away a portion of your benefit because you're receiving a pension from work where you are not covered by or did not pay vica taxes. There is a number that. A limit to how much they can take away of your benefit, and that's for the windfall elimination provision. I know a lot of people may not even know what the heck we're talking about or care or care. But let's just throw it in because we've talked about everything else. Well, yes. The maximum at full retirement age windfall elimination provision going up they'll withhold another eight sixteen eighteen bucks from your four hundred sixty three dollars. Yes is the maximum. Now that doesn't mean that you're going to be hit by the maximum. You may have a smaller benefit than nine hundred dollars. No. But if you have if you have a decent size benefit, and you had a, you know, a pension if fairly good having fairly good pension where you did not pay taxes for that particular job. Then the most they can take away from you is four hundred sixty three dollars starting in two thousand nine hundred at full retirement age at four. Does that help? We just throw it in there. Because when we find out Medicare. We'll bring that information to you as well. But it probably won't be for another month now. Yeah. And that's one actually that that affects a whole lot of people. I mean, it's one thing to get an ice tiny little raise for social security. That's cool. But the Medicare premium is the one that everybody notices it takes away some of that race it. Sure does in some cases, all of it. Who knows? All right. We're gonna take a break. Eight seven seven planner if you have questions lines open for you, eight.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Keeping you up to date as things happen. You are there you ask for it. Was that was that thing with the show? Well, they used to say you are there that was a there was another show. There was something about you asked for it. You ask for does a Timex watch really take a licking and keep on digging. Well, that may very well be I don't know. But anyway, whether you asked for it or not, we've got it. So we told you just to keep you up to date. Social security cost of living adjustment going up two point eight percent. So that's that's good news for social security recipients. It's any little bit helps. So you have that. But we also have a changes we have some new numbers for other social security related items. Professor Plum, we don't have Medicare yet. Now Medicare hasn't released its numbers yet. So we'll will withhold social security we do have. And so what else has changed well for those people that are still working that are making more than the current wage base. Now, what does that mean you pay your taxes your social security old age survivor? Disability premium basically on all your earnings up to a certain threshold that threshold for twenty eight hundred twenty eight thousand four hundred if you have income earned income that exceeds one hundred and twenty eight thousand four hundred you stop paying taxes on that amount above that number well each year almost every year that wage base goes up a little bit. And so we are going to see another increase in the wage base. Wage base is going to increase from one twenty eight four two one thirty two nine so people that make more than one hundred twenty eight will pay more for twenty nineteen in taxes than they did in two thousand eighteen so you're going to pay more. That's just part of the system make its way it goes. Right. So this year if you make gross wages social security wages, one hundred twenty eight call one hundred twenty nine thousand you saw your your see maybe on your last check just a tiny bit of an increase for one checker. So, but if you make the same next year, you won't get that. Because now you gotta pay taxes on up to one hundred thirty two thousand nine thirty one thirty two nine January first for anybody who plays with math. We've been told that there was a two point eight percent increase in the medic in the social security benefits for twenty nineteen. Most people would expect the wage base to go up by two point eight percent to but. Nope, doesn't work that way, they have different calculations and the wage. Base went up by three and a half percent since the wage base goes up in theory. Ultimately, people should get higher benefit down the road. Because more income is being counted down more income is being counted. Which means that those those top thirty five get a little bit of a boost right now. Obvious. Remember only the ones prior to your turning sixty get inflation index but still inflation next the higher number. So the new maximum social security benefit for twenty nineteen if you'll retiring at full retirement age in two thousand nineteen the most you can get from social security is about twenty eight hundred sixty one bucks a month that's at full retirement age. Obviously, if you that's where they calculate the benefit full retirement age, and they reduce it if you take it earlier the increase if you take a light. So we've got a little bit of an increase twenty eight hundred twenty eight sixty one that's not horrible terrible. But we do have. So we do have the increase in the wage base. Now, there's also a slight increase in the amount of money that you can make and not have to give back any social security. We were just talking about this not twenty minutes ago. They must've heard us because now they're telling us in two thousand nine you can make a little bit more this year. If you make you can make up to. Seventeen thousand forty for the year for the under full retirement age for the entire year. Now what we're talking about. There is only earned income if you're receiving your social security benefit, and you're working and you make more than seventeen thousand forty dollars for the entire year. You will and you receiving social security benefits and your full retirement age for the interior. You're going to give back some of your cells. That's an eligibility issue next year that number is going up by six hundred dollars. So the threshold for the retirement earnings test for somebody under full retirement age, earning income and receiving social security benefits at the same time is going to be seventeen six forty. I went up six hundred. Now, this doesn't apply if you've retired partway through the year, and then started taking your social security benefit. This is only when there's a concurrent social security benefit and wages or self employment income being earned her full retirement age. So I've had this question before. Well, wait a minute. I retire. Hired in August. And I've already made a hundred thousand dollars for the year. But I didn't apply for my social security. The first check I'm going to get is like October this month. So that's way over so I've I've are they going to take that back. No. Because looking at the months that you were working there is a one time ability to do a monthly test instead of an annual tests and all they do is they take the seventeen forty divided by twelve they'll take next year. Seventeen six forty in divided by twelve in the months that you're receiving benefit. Did you earn more than the X amount of dollars? They can do that one time. So you can do it this year. But if you go back to work next year. They have issues could now. So I'll be going to be based on the annual earnings test from there forward. Yeah. Just just if you're going to go back to work do it after full retirement age make it easy. Okay. Because you can make as much as you want already says doesn't apply or call social security show. I'm your first paycheck and say, I'm earning cut me off now because I don't want to have to pay it back to you later. I would hope they would. But I don't know. I don't know what it is ever actually may actually need your tax returns. Because otherwise, we could we could just say it then that would allow us to suspend our benefits benefited voluntarily suspend where we weren't allowed to voluntarily spend before full retirement age exactly you say, so we had we had somebody earlier who had already started taking their benefits on the widow's benefit. They wanted to grow. They could just call them up and say, I'm working again. But I guess let me show you have to show a pay stub or so I don't know I've never a couple months to do it if they want so a couple pay stubs cut it off and voluntarily suspend my benefit. We'll start up again at sixty six will start up again at sixty six say, whatever your whenever your full retirement age. If it is. Okay. But you could suspend suspended at that point. If you want. Yeah. Then you could voluntarily voluntarily suspended. You see all this works. One more thing that changed, and I don't know how many people is going to affect professor Plum. But since for telling everybody about the changes with social security remember yesterday. No is there maybe as Monday anyway, sometime this week we were talking about the windfall elimination provision and the government pension offset. Maybe it's Monday or Tuesday, and there's a certain amount of money that the social security administration or whoever makes these laws can they don't make the laws. But I mean, whoever enforces them can. Take away a portion of your benefit because you're receiving a pension from work where you are not covered by or did not pay taxes. There is a number that a limit to how much they can take away of your benefit, and that's for the windfall elimination provision. I know a lot of people may not even know what the heck we're talking about or care or care. But let's just throw it in because we've talked about everything else. Well, yes. The maximum at full retirement age windfall elimination provision going up, they'll withhold another eight sixteen eighteen bucks from your tech. Okay. So it's four hundred sixty three dollars. Yes. Is the maximum. Now that doesn't mean that you're going to be hit by the maximum. You may have a smaller benefit than nine hundred and some dollars. No. But if you have if you have a decent size benefit, and you had a, you know, a pension of a fairly good haven't fairly good pension where you did not pay taxes for that particular job. Then the most they can take. Away from you is four hundred sixty three.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Eight gigabytes the maximum read and write speeds are in the four hundred megabytes four hundred and forty megabyte range, which is quite fast that's much less than I mean I hadn't thought of a figure I just under photographer. Stuff is very expensive. Sashi considerably less than I would have imagined for that's you can full Emerson business expense. I think that's the time you've use before pressure photographers. This is yet that bread and butter. That's right now if you have a two hundred fifty six good card. That's a four hundred sixty three dollars. Okay for that same kind of four hundred megabyte speed and you know that that sounds very expensive. But if you're shooting professionally, that's an expense, the cost of the cameras is another expense to consider right. The the z. sevens Ed seven features a forty five point seven megapixel sensor with four hundred ninety. Three focus points. And an ice arranged from sixty four to twenty five thousand six hundred and the body costs three thousand four hundred dollars. Or if you throw in the kit lens, it's a four thousand dollars not I wouldn't how many people go for the kit lens when they would have built up a collection themselves facility that price isn't about. I'm just I'm disappointed in them. Full hundred ninety. Three focus points that couldn't make it to five hundred watt. Just I slacked off really. Honestly, the the remaining seven were necessary. But you say forty five point, seven mega pixels that yes, that's quite big, isn't as quite a lot. It's it's over forty. Five. That's true. Yeah. Now does that six model? The disease model is a little bit less capable, but not by much. So it's twenty four point five mega pixels. It's eyeso- from one hundred two fifty one thousand two hundred. So you have a higher range but not as much low range and it's welfare per second where the set seven model was about. Sure. Let's see here. Council less Zad. Seven can do nine frames per second. And I think the reason for that is that it's, it's got nearly double the amount of mex- pixels to capture. So doing nine frames per second versus twelve is still quite capable capturing that much more information. Yes, as impressive. When you think of the difference on just a, I wish you told me about these way around, but if lusted after the z. six but it's too late now wants a z seven. I don't need it. Just log onto this. Let me let me help you out with that. I'll.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Which is something that i love doing and i think that we can all do this so i wonder listeners to take some notes here psychiatry is picking up an object and feeling it and you can even start with a photograph and start to feel without looking at the photograph what is in that photograph information that might come from that as well as you know picking up a bill and just ascertaining oh well i see a four and a six to three and you open it up and you hope it's not four hundred sixty three dollars of a bill maybe it's just three dollars and forty six cents but the psychiatry happened when an old friend of mine had heard that i had become some sort of a psychic as he says to me and he contact me and he said i'd really like for you to look at this case and i'd never done this before so he came over to my apartment brings me this black and white photo and he says i've been obsessed this is a thirty year old cold case from what happened in my hometown in ohio and i took that black and white photo when i saw the girl lane in grass that was deceased and oh my god lisa i snapped my mind went straight to a field in the middle of the night and i could see in the distance houses that were lit and i was with a friend of mine and we were in the field and we were walking and all of a sudden i turn to him and he hit me with something so i was becoming the victim and i was done in the grass and my emotions were i mean even thinking about it i can still feel the emotion of this girl carol i was so upset that my friend had hit me shocking shocking yeah and she had died at the at the scene right so as carol i gave my friend rick information about that and there was enough information that he took it to an investigative reporter and they reopened the case and what did they find.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is something that i love doing and i think that we can all do this so i wonder listeners to take some notes here psychiatry is picking up an object and feeling it and you can even start with a photograph and start to feel without looking at the photograph what is in that photograph information that might come from that as well as you know picking up a bill and just ascertaining oh well i see a four and a six and a three and you open it up and you hope it's not four hundred sixty three dollars of a bill maybe it's just three dollars and forty six cents but the sicom atropine when an old friend of mine had heard that i had become some sort of a psychic as he says to me any contact me and he said i'd really like for you to look at this case and i never done this before so he came over to my apartment and he brings this black and white photo and he says i've been obsessed this is a thirty year old case from what happened in my hometown in ohio and i took that black and white photo and i saw the girl lane in grass that was deceased and oh my god lisa i snapped my mind went straight to a field in the middle of the night and i could see in the distance houses that were lit and i was with a friend of mine and we were in the field and we were walking and all of a sudden i turn to him and he hit me with something so i was becoming the victim and i was then in the grass and my emotions were i mean even thinking about it i can still feel the emotion of this girl carol i was so upset that my friend had hit me shocking shocking yeah and she had died at the at the scene right scene so as carol i gave my friend rick information about that and there was enough information that he took it to investigative reporter and they reopened the case and what did they find.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And it may be the cj box never drives under a triple limit but alley in the south you might have the cutest smile and you do you've been a guest in our home we know how you can charm people but it is it gonna work when the officer says you're doing one hundred a four hundred four so every parent out there hundred two hundred four whenever legally ever whatever takes every paradise out there he sits sits did your kids ever given its poll with outset that to me this morning how dayak brown they are america three kids ago i had brown hair did your kids ever get into i'm not even telling you the bad start my kid barred my car one time and told me three months later it did his speed i didn't know it could do the best the best added television is the boy walks up the teenager walked into his parent's bedroom this sitting up and bands yes i talked reinsurance company and there's nothing wrong frowned on he's running for four weeks ago i played you very much up there at year's is my view there are three accidents and every teenagers light or three tickets in the case and all you wanted to do is not survival by survive it you're gonna roll ika something's got to happen and touching misuari said that about one hundred and four is actually impressive tom what was the cost of the ticket sixty four hundred sixty three dollars half the budget the mississippi we will talk about my trip here from home oh dichio we will not all i think get pulled over but we will not talk about the raid steel gordo aimed at your hair blow it out of santa barbara today and i don't want to be near you when the combat goes by trust me your it'd be far behind at four hundred sixty three bucks what that by the way has the insurance company already call and how did she daddy on this one waterworks right it is is my guest your healthy obamacare.

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"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred sixty three dollars" Discussed on The Resistance Report with Robert Reich

"Now why is medical care so expensive in other countries as show less expensive wiser to expensive ear was so cheap another country's at why is it the case that a lot of other countries people get preventive healthcare and they don't see their doctors in the united states because it's so expensive well there are four reasons for reasons why health care is so expensive here at why it is so inexpensive every place else number one those other countries their governments negotiate lower rates with healthcare providers because the government really is the single payer show in france for example the average cost of a magnetic resonance imaging exam is three hundred sixty three dollars in the united states the average cost his one thousand one hundred twenty one dollars in france just to take france as an example an appendectomy cost four thousand four hundred sixty three dollars here it cost thirteen thousand eight hundred and fifty one dollars now they get lower rate because they cover everyone so they give them a huge amount of bargaining power with providers that's number one number two other nations also do not have to pay the cost of private insurers shelling out billions of dollars a year on advertising and marketing most of which is is spent by private for profit insurers in order to avoid sick people and find healthy people imagine we have a healthcare said where the only healthcare system the world designed to avoid sick peop.

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