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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WRVA

"Okay Livermore California home of a nuclear bomb well one of them Dave great to have you on the EIB network hello rush it's a pleasure to talk to you my friend thank you Sir great to have you with us it I hope you have a wonderful holiday season thank you my question is it did drop I feel like Biden and Obama while making tons of money overseas in Ukraine and natural gas is in the United States through regulation killing American jobs killing American productivity and really taken our strength and moving it to bad actors by regulation and to me that feels treasonous and I don't know anyway that that's my point there well no I it is it's not a it's it's a good point what what what what Dave is talking about here let's not leave the Clintons out of this the Clintons were playing around with uranium and and and in involving Ukraine the the yeah Biden's kid he's in the natural gas industry making all that money knows nothing about it that's berets man that's Ukraine and his point is that these people are opposed to things that would strengthen the domestic energy industry they're opposed to fracking they want more regulated trying to wipe out natural gas right now the environmentalist wacko crowd is trying to put all kinds of new regulations on natural gas which is asinine natural gas is one of the answers to the so called carbon footprint but they think that it's a fossil fuel because it calms nearby oil deposits they just they're manic about this stuff but the your your point is well taken while they were trying to personally enrich themselves or their families in the energy industry is international on the other hand censure son over there to get a job and work for it no I didn't help to stop that they were they were attempting to impose regulations limiting the ability of the domestic energy businesses to what to grow and expand I have a story here from fox news that's from yesterday and in the headlines this is really intriguing how students are profiting from America's energy bill how students are profit name is well how how does that happen Americans scrolls are reaping the rewards of federal energy revenues according to the interior secretary David Byrne hard the department of the interior's updated business practices and regulations have resulted in demonstrable gains in revenue from federal lands revenue that returns to taxpayers and to states she would die he appeared with mark Maria Bartiromo today any use New Mexico as an example New Mexico receive one point one seven billion dollars from the department of the interior last year that money goes for schools for roads things are important I can think about is this stimulus except it came from the boring oriel any energy sector that's creating more taxes that then get re fed back to states for their local needs in other words all of this money that the department of the interior is dispersing the various states is the result of a burgeoning and growing energy industry and economy in the United States here's a Buchwald late department of the interior is updated business practice regulations have resulted in demonstrable gains in revenue from federal lands revenues that returned to taxpayers and to states but it's primarily transformed workers opportunities to make money in the world community's these are the same the beneficiaries are the people running around whining and moaning about climate change destroying the planet by the time they're sixty five anyway the the bottom line here is the energy sector is a major major part of the economy that's booming the United States now is a net exporter of energy do you know what that means it means that you can wave bye bye to dependence on foreign oil it means that we are producing more energy than we need we're producing more oil and this is all due to fracking and some of the innovations of a curtain in fracking which also impacts the extraction of natural gas we're producing more oil more natural gas and more other energy elements and we're using therefore were able to sell the access and stockpile for future needs this has not happened before like many things economically happening under Donald Mercer rug cleaning studios Richmond news weather and traffic station radio dot com station good afternoon I'm Beth here as investigating Pensacola shooting for possible terrorism time after a check of traffic and weather from the news radio W. 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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Eleven ninety E. X. okay Livermore California home of a nuclear bomb well one of them Dave great to have you on the EIB network hello rush it's a pleasure to talk to you my friend thank you Sir great to have you with us in our hope you have a wonderful holiday season thank you my question is it did talk I feel like Biden and Obama while making tons of money overseas in Ukraine and natural gas is in the United States through regulation killing American jobs killing American productivity and really taken our strength and moving it to bad actors by regulation and to me that feel free to miss and I don't know anyway that that's my point there well it is it's not a it's it's a good point what what what what Dave is talking about here let's not leave the Clintons out of this the Clintons were playing around with uranium and and and in involving Ukraine the the yeah Biden's kid is it a natural gas industry making all that money knows nothing about that's but Risman that's Ukraine and his point is that these people are opposed to things that would strengthen the domestic energy industry they're opposed to fracking they want more regulated trying to wipe out natural gas right now the environmentalist wacko crowd is trying to put all kinds of new regulations on natural gas which is asinine natural gas is one of the answers to the so called carbon footprint they think that it's a fossil fuel because it comes nearby oil deposits they just they're manic about this stuff but the your your point is well taken while they were trying to personally enrich themselves or their families in the energy industry is international on the other hand censure son over there to get a job and work for it no I didn't help to stop that they were they were attempting to impose regulations limiting the ability of the domestic energy businesses to what to grow and expand I have a story here from fox news that's from yesterday and if the headline this is really intriguing how students are profiting from America's energy bill how students are profiting lame as well how how does that happen American schools are reaping the rewards of federal energy revenues according to the interior secretary David Byrne heart the department of the interior is updated business practices and regulations have resulted in demonstrable gains in revenue from federal lands revenue that returns to taxpayers and to states she was he appeared remark Maria Bartiromo today any use New Mexico as an example New Mexico receive one point one seven billion dollars from the department of the interior last year that money goes for schools for roads things are important I can think about is this stimulus except it came from the boring oriel and the energy sector that's creating more taxes that then get re fed back to states for their local needs in other words all of this money that's the department of the interior is dispersing the various states is the result of a burgeoning and growing energy industry and economy in the United States here's a Buchwald late department of the interior's updated business practice regulations have resulted in demonstrable gains in revenue from federal lands revenues that returned to taxpayers and to states but it's primarily transformed workers opportunities to make money in the world community's these are the same the beneficiaries are the people running around whining and moaning about climate change destroying the planet by the time they're sixty five anyway the the bottom line here is the energy sector is a major major part of the economy that's booming the United States now is a net exporter of energy do you know what that means it means that you can wave bye bye to dependence on foreign oil it means that we are producing more energy than we need we're producing more oil and this is all due to fracking and some of the innovations of our current in fracking which also impacts the extraction of natural gas we're producing more oil more natural gas and more other energy elements and we're using therefore were able to sell the access and stockpile for future needs this has not happened before.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Nuclear bomb well one of them Dave great to have you on the EIB network hello right it's a pleasure to talk to you my friend thank you Sir great to have you with us I hope you have a wonderful holiday season thank you my question is it did drop I feel like Biden and Obama while making tons of money overseas in Ukraine and natural gas is in the United States through regulation killing American jobs killing American productivity and really taken our strength and moving it to bad actors by regulation and to me that feels treasonous and I don't know anyway that that's my point there well no I it is it's not a it's it's a good point what what what what Dave is talking about here let's not leave the Clintons out of this the Clintons were playing around with uranium and and and in involving Ukraine the the yeah by this kid he's the natural gas industry making all that money knows nothing about that's but Risman that Ukraine at this point is that these people are opposed to things that would strengthen the domestic energy industry they're opposed to fracking they want more regulated trying to wipe out natural gas right now the environmentalist wacko crowd is trying to put all kinds of new regulations on natural gas which is asinine natural gas is one of the answers to the so called carbon footprint but they think that it's a fossil fuel because it calms nearby oil deposits they just they're manic about this stuff but the pure your point is well taken while they were trying to personally enrich themselves or their families in the energy industry is international on the other hand sexual son over there to get a job and work for no I didn't help to stop that they were they were attempting to impose regulations limiting the ability of the domestic energy businesses to what to grow and expand I have a story here from fox news that's from yesterday the headline this is really intriguing how students are profiting from America's energy bill how students are profit name is well how how does that happen Americans scrolls are reaping the rewards of federal energy revenues according to the interior secretary David Byrne heart the department of the interior is updated business practices and regulations have resulted in demonstrable gains in revenue from federal lands revenue that returns to taxpayers and to states she would die he appeared with mark Maria Bartiromo today any use New Mexico as an example New Mexico receive one point one seven billion dollars from the department of the interior last year that money goes for schools for roads things that are important I can think about is a stimulus except it came from the boring oriel and the energy sector that's creating more taxes that then get re fed back to states for their local needs in other words all of this money that's the department of the interior is dispersing the various states is the result of a burgeoning and growing energy industry and economy in the United States here's a Buchwald late department of the interior's updated business practice regulations have resulted in demonstrable gains in revenue from federal lands revenues that returned to taxpayers and to states but it's primarily transformed workers opportunities to make money in the world community's these are the same the beneficiaries are the people running around whining and moaning about climate change is destroying the planet by the time they're sixty five anyway the the bottom line here is the energy sector is a major major part of the economy that's booming the United States now is a net exporter of energy you know what that means it means that you can wave bye bye to dependence on foreign oil it means that we are producing more energy than we need we're producing more oil and this is all due to fracking and some of the innovations of our current in fracking which also impacts the extraction of natural gas we're producing more oil more natural gas and more other energy elements and we're using therefore were able to sell the access and stockpile for future needs this has not happened before.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I can't urge you enough make sure you go back we've we've cut it down into little bite size pieces on blaze TV it was a two hour special last week and we took on the media showed you how they're lying showed you how I mean it is have you you haven't seen it yet you were gone and you haven't seen it yet yes I was I was monitoring of corn dog intake of my kids at Disneyland yeah time you really need to watch it still because you've been asking me questions off air and my answer is you're gonna watch the special yeah gonna watch the special and you got to do it before next week next Wednesday we have part three of this and it's hair raising yeah hair raising we just got a treasure trove of stuff from Ukraine I don't think any of it's going to make it on air because we don't have time to vent everything and I don't know the people that we got it from in Ukraine it was just sent to us if five percent of that is true American's hair is gonna fall out if five percent and I think five percent of it is probably true maybe more I don't know but none of that's even going to be presented and what I have to present to you that we do have as fact is terrifying is terrifying there is a deep state and unless we investigate forget about Donald Trump here's a dump truck needs to say you know if you're saying that there's quid quid pro quo that you had to investigate and get this dirt on Joe Biden so I could win the election that didn't happen but if your definition of quid pro quo is I'm not gonna give them any money until they looked into what happened during the last election they looked at the corruption and they look for the missing seven billion dollars that we gave to them and I said I'm not gonna give him any more money until they investigate those things damn right I don't say that's quid pro quo I say that's the national interest and the job of a president I said investigate corruption Joe Biden said I'm not giving you money unless you stop investigating corruption which one of us is in doing the national nationals work in and then then the national interest work it's a good way of putting it I mean he has a good case to say to the American people to like look you know Washington DC the swamp doesn't care one seven billion dollars of your money goes missing I do I do and that's why I'm looking into it it's important to me yeah support to you it's your money it's it beyond money it's your election we we all thought that we had to do a three year investigation on me about Russia well everybody wanted to know if I was colluding with Russia we have two people that went to jail in the Ukraine for colluding with Hillary Clinton.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The president reported. Total losses of one point one seven billion dollars for the ten year period. Reacting on Twitter, the president acknowledged taking massive tax write offs for real estate losses. Calling it sport among developers like himself during that period. He also claimed the report was a highly. Inaccurate fake news hit job based on old information. Greg Clugston, the White House the Oregon Education Association estimates that twenty five thousand people showed up at a teacher walkout and rally important to call for more educational funding. Hundreds more people turned out Wednesday in Eugene and Salem where they protested on the steps of the capitol and in a nearby park. Breaking news analysis at townhall dot com. A why Senator Bryan chat says he believes that Asian-wide bad should be imposed on selling tobacco and Vadim products to anyone under age twenty one. I know that this legislation will work because my home thing pioneered it in two thousand sixteen Hawaii became the first state to ban tobacco sales to anyone under twenty one. And since then eleven other states have joined shot says mocking related diseases and deaths could be reduced. If lawmakers raised the smoking age to twenty one this cannot wait because the numbers of young people who are starting to use tobacco products is growing fast, Utah Senator Mitt Romney what we know is that tobacco damages human body. What we know is that the Baco kills people. We know the people that are hooked tobacco end up taking homeless pay every week because of the cost.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Georgia, and I have not seen any response yet from him or his staff because during the televised House Judiciary committee hearing this morning. I sent that. I sent the note to Hank Johnson on Twitter because I I saw him speak. And of course, again, there's all this hysteria against President Trump, obviously. And whenever I see Hank Johnson. I mean, I can't help. But thinking about his brilliant comments on Guam some years ago. So I sent the note to Representative Hank Johnson on Twitter. It says this exactly at Representative. Hank johnson. Are you concerned that the weight of the unredacted Muller report and the underlying documents could capsized Guam, and I have not yet gotten a response yet. And of course, referring to the famous audio bite from I think it was twenty eleven where he was in a committee hearing discussing with military officials one of the top admiral's about. Bringing it was like twenty five thousand dishes. Oil service members and their families to Guam and he seriously asked the question that with this increase in population due to the US military, and maybe are you concerned that Guam could capsize the island of Guam in the Pacific. Are you worried that if you put too many people on Guam than it could capsize, and he was not joking. I mean later on I think when people said what the hell are you talking about? I think that he all I was kidding. No. He wasn't kidding around. So whatever I see him. I can't think of anything, but Guam capsizing and all that underlying documentation, that's some heavy stuff and a bunch of bankers boxes there, which could actually capsized cool cool. Unbelievable. Hey, let me just wrap this up quickly. Because I point that yesterday that you have the the hundreds and hundreds of these former federal prosecutors and other department of Justice alumni that say that it's clear that from what was in the mullahs report that they think that if it were anybody other than the president that there would be successful prosecutions for multiple felonies. So we talked about this letter that now apparently has like seven hundred signatories. And again, I dare you. If that's the case. Then why fight for the redacted portions? It seems to me neds. There seems to me Jerry Nadler at all it seems to me that you already have enough to go on. So again. Move ahead with your articles of impeachment. What are you waiting for here? They're talking about holding. You know, you know, everyone accountable here and and wanting to bring in Mcgann and question again and and holding Bill bar the attorney general in contempt of congress. Again, this is all giant show. This is about the humiliation factor. And that's a good name for new reality show, the humiliation factor. That's what this is about. And what they're banking on. Here's the problem with the Democrats are banking on is that with the redacted portions the small amount, the low percentage what eight percent, whatever it is with the low amount of reductions in the report, they're banking that all that's all they need those of the goods. That's where all the smoking guns are still, you know, billowing wafting smoke. That's what they're hoping and banking on that. They've got to be other big juicy details in the redacted portions, and that's why they haven't moved to impeach Trump yet because that's what they're banking on. That's that's their gamble. And was I again, I Jerry Jerry Nadler, the Nadler, man, I I dare you go on go after that's why they haven't moved yet because they want to further a baris- Trump and push this thing to the actual full blown edge. And listen over playing the game. That's the bottom line here. They're clearly overplaying and overstating their game. Ellison. The president also the president also with executive privilege and playing the the complete broad stroke. And I'm being honest here by the White House and Trump playing the the broad full encompassing executive privilege game. If that does get legally challenged it's probably not going to. Be upheld in this blanket fashion because it needs to be more specific because executive privilege does have boundaries. It has borders has you know, the lineages. So that's you know, certainly in. Anyway, Jerry, Nadler is absolutely. You know furious. He is about to explode. He is is about to self immolate. I mean, he is really angry, and he says that the executive privilege move from the White House that that is sabotaging negotiations over the access to unredacted report again, Jerry dairy move ahead with your articles of impeachment. But again, they're just playing the humiliation game. That's all they care about. Let's move toward taking a few phone calls here in just a matter of moments. I have more than I wanna get into regarding the brakes. Manship? I wanna chop things up just a little bit here. And I have this entire seventeen pages of this New York Times story printed out and little highlights and and notes all along the way here. So, you know, as the president continues to battle and assert executive privilege. We also now have the tax return issue and the battle over preventing the release of the last six years of his tax returns. And then we get the story that breaks the New York Times. Has gotten their hands on tax return data showing some massive losses over what thirty years ago thirty years ago, according to these printouts from Trump's official IRS transcripts with the figures from his federal tax returns from his tax forms. Trump lost one point one seven billion dollars between nineteen eighty five and nineteen ninety four and lost forty six point one million in nineteen eighty-five alone. Again, the bottom line here is who cares. I like information I liked to have knowledge I liked to have a basis here. But I'm framing this in the sense of who cares. 'cause a lot of this is already baked in. And there's a large portion of President Trump's base that just doesn't care and again, it's the Madeline. It's the Democrats on the judiciary committee, and those that are in the electorate that can't stand Trump. Yeah, they're looking for everything to humiliate embarrass or a try to defeat him in twenty twenty or to try to remove him sooner, you know, trying to push impeachment. First of all how many people and this portent how many people sustain that kind of loss of these numbers are accurate. How many people actually can sustain that kind of laws and still keep their head above water still remain afloat and not drown. So there's gotta be something a little bit of credit there. If you did lose that much money. Money. And you know, you're still a float and you're fighting another day. I mean, that's that's pretty impressive and the left the mainstream media here that are salivating at it just it's like the wearing a wife beater was spaghetti sauce things all over the front, and they're in an episode of cops. I mean, they're they're just champing at the bit here. They're looking for all these bombshells. And again, we're so polarized that it just doesn't matter to a large portion of the American people. All right. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number. Let's grab a couple of your phone calls. I see we're loaded up here. So if we don't get to all the calls, which we won't will push him into our number two. So don't lose your spot. Oh, incidentally, our friends on Newsmax have a poll, and it's it's tax return related. There is a text poll and all of my radio listeners. And those watching on Newsmax you can take part in this Newsmax poll right now the question is should president from turn over his tax returns? The congress. Yes. Or no text text nine five five seven seven. That's on your cell phone on your device. Text nine five five seven seven should President Trump turnover. His tax returns the congress just enter one for yes. And two for. No I and they'll keep you apprised on Newsmax Newsmax. What the results are let's grab some phone calls here. Let's go to Tucson Arizona and say Hello, Jane Doe. Jane, you're on Schmidt. Hi, how are you? All's well, Jane, what do you think on taxes? Well, you know. Nancy pelosi. And Schumer and the House Ways community people do it. But they. Immigration and healthcare again. That's. Well, that's a lot of people care about. That's the point. I've been trying to make is that, you know, if if the country first all humming, along in financial sense in a very positive fashion. The economy's doing well unemployment is very very low and the country really cares about the military and building up our military of border protection figuring out that the healthcare issue and the healthcare dilemma, again, this is just a big giant distraction. It's a giant show. Jane, you understand it. You understand exactly what I'm saying? People live. There's no doubt about it. But the bubbles on both sides. I mean people on the right live in a certain bubble people on the left live in a certain bubble and trying to where's reality. Where's the center? Where's the understand? And I think the bulk of the people in this country do understand what's important, and what's not Jane. Thanks for the call. Let's grab how about Karen on Staten Island, New York. Karen, Huron Schnitt. Hello. Love from Staten Island, New York city. Oh, I hate living there. Anyway, it's the taxes. I hate my city. Well, why don't you pack. The pack up and move to Florida or move to. Bottom dollar. Listen. This is with. We lived in New York City. I didn't like him back back way back. Then I dislike them even more. He's a clown. Let's concentrate enough armed policy that is so serious nowadays. Really Russia China come on comedy. She making healthcare. True. Illegal immigration cat. I go on with the list. I could go on and on and on and on. I am so furious. But. You're you're you're you're right. It's you know, it's an extraction. And the thing is the issue. They're still there. So angry that Hilary lost twenty sixteen. They're doing everything they possibly can. It's not the Trump is a choir. Boy, a boy scout. But the bulk of the country just doesn't care move on. Karen, thanks for the call. Let's grab Bob in Iowa. Bob, you're on Schnitt high. From soggy Isla is I care less about what the president's tax returns. Anyway. Me is that our government and our intelligence agencies and the Justice department doesn't seem to be able to figure out all these leaks. Are we doing that? Now as an intelligence agency. Or are we just not wanting to do it? I don't understand. Why do you feel are being found and convicted anything that is leaked violation of federal law? They should be prosecuted to the full success that federal law. Also, Bob leaks have been happening since the beginning of time. It doesn't. But it doesn't matter. The administration doesn't matter which parties in power we've seen plenty of leaks all hours. I'm sorry. Politics for fifty years. There's no doubt about it. There's plenty of leakage. And I would like the leaks plugged I fully agree with you. Bob, thanks for the call on. If you're on hold hang on trying to grab a few more at the very end of this hour, if not we're going to carry calls over to our number two, and I got a lot of other ground that we have to cover here..

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"I mean, however, he was able to ring money out of his dad's business, which he ate and kilt. However, he was able to convince banks and other lenders to give him money to us over ten years. He lost one point one seven billion dollars. And you know, maybe this explains some things because maybe the president does not want anybody to know that. Maybe the president does not want people to know that over this ten year period of taxes, at least that the New York Times. Now reviewed over ten years. President Trump only paid any income tax at all in two of those ten years. Eight of the ten years he paid nothing in one thousand nine hundred six thousand nine hundred seventy paid a little bit. But other than that nothing. Maybe the president does not want people to know about a particularly strange anomaly that appears in his tax returns in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine out of the blue that year the times reports tonight that President Trump declared to the IRS that he made fifty three million dollars in income that one year from interest over fifty million dollars in interest income. I mean, you know, like, you have a checking account or savings account that patient little interest. We have some other financial instrument that pays you some kind of interest. How big would those accounts are holdings have to be to pay? You fifty three million dollars just an interest in one year alone as a standalone thing in no other year in this entire decade. Does he report anything remotely close to that much interest income where does it all come from in that one year these financial reporters at the time tonight, take their best guests, and they come up empty quote taxpayers can receive interest income from from a variety of sources, including bond Bank account, bonds, Bank accounts and mortgages high yield..

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Business News Roundup

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:17 min | 2 years ago

Business News Roundup

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Business. News roundup by chronicle news services from business agile agile int- AGI Elian T technologies on Monday reported fiscal fourth quarter profit of one hundred ninety five million dollars. The Santa Clara company said that its earnings suggested for one time gains and costs came to eighty one cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations of seventy three cents per share. The scientific instrument maker posted revenue of one point two nine billion dollars in the period, which also beat street forecasts for the year Angela reported profit of three hundred sixteen million dollars or ninety seven cents per share revenue was reported as four point nine one billion dollars for the current quarter ending in February agile, it expects its per share earnings to range from seventy one cents to seventy three cents. The company said it expects revenue in the range of one point two six billion dollars. To one point two eight billion dollars for the fiscal first quarter. Analysts surveyed by Zacks had expected revenue up one point two eight billion dollars agile and expects full year earnings in the range of three dollars to three dollars five cents per share with revenue ranging from five point one three billion dollars to five point one seven billion dollars into it into it said Monday that it had a fiscal first quarter net income of thirty four million dollars after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier, the Mountain View companies earnings suggested for one time gains and costs were twenty nine cents per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations which were for earnings of eleven cents per share, the maker of turbo tax QuickBooks and other accounting software posted revenue of one point zero two billion dollars also topping forecasts for the current quarter ending in February into it expects its per share earnings to range from eighty five to eighty eight cents. The company said it expects revenue in the rain. Range of one point four seven billion dollars to one point four nine billion dollars for the fiscal second quarter.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Both with new recruits and with new technology indie mayor Joel hog set speaking at last night city county council meeting about his plan to hire thirty new police. Officers and eighty firefighters in two. Thousand, nineteen all part of his one point one seven billion dollar budget mayor Hogshead said also says he plans to spend forty seven million dollars to. Improve the city's roads and bridges next year also last. Night's meeting the city county council says indie rather the city county council has voted to recognize gun violence. And violent crime as a public health danger that's according to a new proposal approved. By the Indianapolis. City county council last night I'm John Herrick it was approved by vote of twenty one One two three and the proposal opens up opportunities for indie to. Seek additional money for, programs designed to fight crime earlier that night mayor Joe hog set presented his budget to the city county council, valued at over a billion dollars and it. Would provide funding for an additional one hundred twenty police officers and eighty firefighters John Herrick Ninety-three WIBC mobile news it's being called a terror incident a man in. London crashing his car into security. Barry, barriers outside the houses of parliament this morning camera footage a to shell a car varying across a road plowing through a group of cyclists and. Then hitting a security barrier outside the UK tolerant police. Say three people were injured one of them seriously the driver has been arrested and police confirmed it is. Being treated as terrorism priority now is to formally establish the identity of the suspects. And establish his. Motivation if we can his currently cooperating counter Police chief Neil by saying disappears to be. A deliberate act eight London Simon allied Fox News and a manager, in. North Carolina has been fired after falsely accusing a pregnant woman of stealing from his store Cheryl Bates. Was paying for back, to school supplies at a Staples in Pineville North Carolina where cop came over had her step, aside to explain what was under her shirt she replied twins that she's thirty four weeks. Pregnant expecting a boy and girl. A manager there apparently thought she, was hiding something under, there, to steal but the. Cop took it a step further not. Believing her and made her lift up her shirt, the manager who has since fired apologize and refunded or purchases bait says no mom should ever have to go through, that Kenzo Fox News I'm. C. j. Miller on. The level on the go and on Twitter. At ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com a thirty five time now for traffic on the fives Madame CJ on. The north side eastbound four sixty five Crash left lane. Blocked actually it's the right lane blocked thank you, very much, stop and go, traffic back Ye stone avenue all lanes open, inbound sixty nine right around one hundred sixty or we have that crash earlier traffic is leftover from one hundred sixteen down to one. Hundred and six we have a big fat water wjm broke it it it, is shooting water into the air, is impressive this is westbound Thompson road on the south side. Right before US thirty one east street in front, of the Red Lobster okay westbound lanes closed we have a wreck keystone avenue fall creek Parkway and. Traffic lights not working German church at brookeville, road he's about four sixty five still a little bit. Time for me sixty five over two digit westbound four sixty. Five really, dragging this morning from keystone avenue over two eight sixty five southbound. Sixty five a little bit slow down the twenty-first three.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mayor joe He's apps they're. Proposing budgets one, point one seven billion dollars is the. Proposal now I don't think I have not read all hundred fifty eight pages of the budgets on mackinac sit here, and say this is the worst thing ever in the history of mankind or this is the greatest budget to. Ever exist one hundred twenty six million goes for infrastructure, resurfacing streets, repairing bridges fixing sidewalks from what. I know that's not enough from what. I know I think they needed to be one hundred seventy five million. Dollar range there's also proposals for new IMP d- recruit classes to get gained. Thirty-one officers there's a proposal for more, surveillance cameras something I'm not a super big fan of only because I don't like the idea of. Surveillance cameras I don't like the idea of being tracked when when I, walk, roads however I'm a big fan of fifty nine percent of the budget according to which wish TV goes towards public, safety But I don't know what we mean by public. Safety what is the plan here what are we doing about the murder rate. Which is a cultural conversation exactly when. Does. The mayor start using the bully pulpit to start pushing this concept and this idea when do. You start tasking those in certain quote unquote communities with doing more things, that, I favour and I still favor is this whole idea of a witness protection was the three hundred thousand dollar Dollars those budgeted for witness protection. For people can testify against people. Destroying their neighborhood's well we saw three people shot early. Sunday morning after a jazz? Concert now I actually got emails saying hey, it wasn't the jazz concert? Wasn't. As it wasn't the Indy park system so so don't say it was us? However if you? Listen to people like Reverend Charles Harrison from ten, point coalition this isn't the first time there have been jazz concerts I think it's Watkins park and then issues thereafter so what the hell's going on And why is it that the. Neighborhood would be okay with it Bro code and any, kind of code or the street doesn't involve your neighborhood being destroyed That's not real that is a myth stopping. That somehow you're being a man or you know how to act that is not it and by the way. You think you can question me about what code is you wanna question me about America I dare you I don't usually talk like. That I'm not trying to get myself to. Work up but I'm not. Gonna listen anybody tell. Me that I can't talk about this issue that somehow you don't know what you're talking when. You talk about culture I think I do know what I'm talking about I think? I know more than you. Think I know You can't have a society that's? Willing to destroy its own neighborhood and think it's. A society there is no code that allows. For that And that's something that the mayor's got to be. Talking about but we'll discuss more about this budget as more and more details come out as. We get a chance to work through it Map. Air traffic on the fives. What's going on out there somebody just wrecked capitol avenue at, twenty second street,.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Operates criminal background checks and requiring visible uniforms should have been doing that already yes why would you allow a company to put boots on cars towing company and not do some kind of check on them yes schultz currently owns thirty seven point eight million shares of starbucks worth about two point one seven billion dollars well wait a minute i thought the democrats i thought they didn't like trump because he had no political experience and he was just a businessman oh man yeah yeah yeah yeah go i mean do you think this signals a penalty ron a very serious candidate hi i'm in delaware yeah delaware's legal sports wagering kicks off.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on The HT Guys

"And then it followed that up with the biggest sunday of all time in north america nother sixty nine point two million on sunday and it was the biggest opening of all time in a bunch of different international market south korea mexico brazil the philippines thailand and the list goes on but it set just an intense amount of records are at this kind of got me thinking and i'm gonna i'm gonna spring this on you i didn't prepare you for this but i looked up at box office mojo the best performing movies of all time this is us movie releases adjusted for inflation so this is looking at essentially the highest grossing movies since movies have come out and since were movie theaters in america adjusted for inflation so in today's dollars if you had to take a guess at what movies would be in that say top ten top twenty movies of all time in the us what do you think would be in that list okay a gone with the wind that's number one which surprised the heck out of me because it came out in nineteen thirty nine which is essentially the end of the great depression and that's that's what people did during the depression they went to movies and then you figure just when you said adjusted for inflation i knew that had to be in there another one i'm gonna put in their job but just real quick gone with the wind brought in two hundred million dollars in nineteen thirty nine dollars two hundred million adjusted for inflation is actually one point eight five billion dollars in its opening weekend and think about it they probably were paying twenty five cents to go see the movie yeah there's a lot of people seeing that movie okay then i'm gonna say jaws jaws is number seven yeah jaws brought in in nineteen seventy five two hundred sixty million which in today's dollars is one point one seven billion dollars and then star wars the the very first star wars old school nineteen seventy seven stores is number two on the list you're doing wellman okay let's see i'm trying to think.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOMO

"Will do on in terms of any notification because literally the audit is just beginning some are calling on mark zuckerberg testify before congress what is clear there's a lot more to come on this story for what it's worth cheri preston abc news sound transit chief executive now says he's hopeful congress will come through with more than a billion dollars to fund the current light rail expansion the update from komo's corwin hake president trump's proposed federal budget would eliminate one point one seven billion dollars in grant money sound transit is counting on to complete the lynnwood link extension on time meaning by the year two thousand twenty four sound transit copd rogov had previously responded to the threat saying the lynnwood link will be completed no matter what but without the federal grant may take longer now rogoff sounds a smidgen more optimistic he met with congressional leaders in washington dc and he tells the herald he is quote tentatively hopeful congress will sustain the grant will know for sure when a proposed spending bill is announced early next week corwin hake komo news your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news your komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks shook off monday's losses but they closed off their session highs the dow rose one hundred sixteen points the nasdaq gained twenty and the s and p closed up four energy stocks climbed along with oil prices banks moved up in anticipation of this week's decision from the federal reserve well by this time on wednesday we'll know if the fed plans to raise interest rates the central bank had call for three or maybe even four hikes this year as the economy continues to move in the right direction daria albinger abc news every hi welcome to the pure one spring dining and easter sale.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Sorry that was jimmy buffett quoting warren buffett if you look at our holdings you would assume that we like them in the order in which they ranked by dollarvalue of holdings but if you look at them in terms of recent purchases over the past year we bought more apple than anything else as for why buffet gets apples ecosystem even if he doesn't fully groggy it quoting him again apple has an extraordinary consumer franchise i see how strong that ecosystem is to an extraordinary degree you are very very very locked in at least psychologically and mentally to the product you're using iphone is a very sticky product i see he gets it without growing the fullness that's because buffet still rocks a flip phone asked why buffet replied tim cooke asked me that well the answer is just i'm out of touch but i tell tim as long as i haven't gotten one the market is not saturated the day i buy one there is probably nobody left after that oh what's more heartwarming that quaid folksy billionaire people likely not singing apples praises today or the executives of fit bet the telegraph out of the uk is as the maker of fitness trackers lost money in 2017 after selling fewer devices during the year according to the peace the company sold fifteen point three million devices in 2017 down from twenty two point three million the year before for the holiday quarter it sold five point four million down from six point five million in the december quarter of 2016 unlike apple fit bid has not found a way to make more money selling fewer things company revenue for the year fell from two point one seven billion dollars to one point six two billion while its net loss widened to two hundred seventy seven point two million dollars from one hundred two point eight million according to the report things don't look to be improving anytime soon quoting the telegraph the group said it expected fifteen percent a twenty percent drop in revenue for the current.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The they'll them they don't makes sense without the tax credit close quote he and i note that he doesn't say it's a good reason to invest in the things he said it is the only reason to invest and the financial times follow them up and out right after that and tried to find out how much money he has companies are getting from these various uh energy tax breaks and they came up with about one point seven billion one point one seven billion dollars over two years so here we are warren buffett one of the richest men in the world and taxpayers our funding his projects to one point one seven billion dollars over two years and i'm wondering is this what democrats mean when they say tax breaks for the rich you're out about this too when it came to the the the reasons to do something like this i don't even know if the technology is there because you mentioned just a second ago what's he talked about how if it wasn't for these some cities none of this would make any sense no one would be invested in that i'll wind not wait until the technologies there before we actually put of solid investment in it if we decided to do with them because they argue that the technology won't be there unless are getting those investments which sort of lower the r d cost and allow them to vagary reach economies of scale but uh right now china's able to abuse the cell reforms for a lot less than we are in and out of stove arctic silver panels and so the solar industry the solar panel create atp production industry here is trying to talk donald trump into imposing a tariff on china uh so to keep them from coming in so that our solar in three can't get the cheaper solar panels air which means if donald trump does that we end up paying more for silver hit so they'd have to have more tax credits to try to make about the companies that have been trying to get a solar panel on the southern border wall is that still a reality you you know it be of it that was proposed gone trump came up said he was here's how he and and and intimate he could well actually know which we've talked about before.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To the lowest in a decade more from bloomberg's rainy inocencio the hong kongbased trading house posted a thirdquarter net losses of one point one seven billion dollars taking losses for the year so far above three billion according to bloomberg the company's available nationwide ewing operations dropped to just two hundred sixty two near the end of september and liquidity headroom a measure of capital available to fund its business 43 the quarter all this feeding analysts views that debt restructuring it noble may be inevitable co bloomberg daybreak asia well president trump's trip to china is now in the rearview mirror nafta's vietnam uh global news at six minutes past the hour ed baxter covering the global story from the bloomberg needs roman said nato so this is the eight pack that's why he's sitting right yeah exactly has speech this afternoon egged thirty of the afternoon the folks the attend these they're saying john to see what his vision will be uh because he has a trade and well pull out of tpp also south a very much as as aggressive bagged administrations in china with all of bluster from mr trump leading up to the china visit everything was calm president she referring to invest forty five years ago us president richard nixon unlock the door to relations between china and the us rightly pointed out before leaving china it was a week world and he says he wants this week to be one the changes the world of mr trump who has labelled china money manipulator and who said he'll have to come to the table with alan's the trade deficit softened his tune while on the mainland i don't blame china silence of now applause to make says who can blame entry for using another to the benefit of its own people in a trump tweet he says he blames pass us administration saying he would the same thing that china did us house minority gbi pelosi is not happy about the president's one etienne says that thing on twitter one two one thing to say something on twitter and to.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on WEEI

"Are been meyer start the florida the frankly did a great job disguising the deficiencies attempt tboz passing abilities and that's why he was a great running quarterback as well a florida but in the nfl to different story so somebody's a tell me i don't want cali capita gone my team because he's just not good enough footballwise dot com me racist but i'd buy that and by the way if you believe that you're not a racist there are legit football decisions behind why colleen capper nick does it make sense and for all the people out there like spike losers we'll have at the new york jets the new york jets quarterback situations terrible can't they use a colin kaepernick the fact is the new york jets quarterback situations terrible because they wanted to be terrible they don't wanna win games there are going to bringing colin kaepernick to win games because the fact is that defeats the whole purpose of tanking the jets are secretly plotting how to unveil sam darnell to the new york media in a year or josh roasted or wherever they take the number one or number two overall pick that's why they don't want colin kaepernick this is the nfl for crying out loud there is a lack of talented quarterback in the nfl if if you have a quarterback who's an alien or a martian from the planet mars who happens to be blow and have three arms but if he could play football guess what he's gonna have a job in the nfl why because of staff against one seven billion dollars because the options aren't better than him okay it's that simple kirk cousins is going to make twenty eight million dollars a year next year why not because he's great but because there's a premium at the quarterback position if colin kaepernick was a good quarterback and not a gimmick he quarterback i don't really think a lot of teams would care that he's dealing for a national anthem although he says he wouldn't do it this year you don't how you sell colin kaepernick to a sceptical fan base that's pissed off that he's dealing he wins this games that's what matters are.

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"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one seven billion dollars" Discussed on KOIL

"I think i think that's a really is ridiculous no to a degree i also like things like pro life though i did i don't like that because i don't think it's as black and white today as if you if you look at employment people ask if you ask people where are you on the issue of abortion there's a lot of great like there are some people to say i i don't think you should be legal except for in cases of rape or incest of like that some people say should be legal but up to a certain number of weeks so there's there's no black and white to say once pro life in now like i think he can it's a mixture of bought me that's rice it were they you know i personally in my life i b one to keep the child even if it was you know accidental but i also believe that it's the law protects other people's rights to make their own decisions as well and if not your call because you're not a woman that well yeah it's not that unless body now i mean that's that's the law yeah it is a is a supreme court has held this up yes it is your right yes just like it's your right to own guns it's not a question right to question how you say it in in computational i know but a drives me crazy john pro life i'm all we're all pro life drive a new crazies a very short trip yeah you know how much you dislike rich people what in some cases the rich guy does well warren buffett your body has donated three point one seven billion dollars to the gates foundation which is used to do other stuff around the world to keep people live and a happy this is 12 annual donation three point one seven billion that's more than you make in a year think about it okay la school board you want a job that makes a lot of money how about one hundred twenty five thousand dollars a year of the la school more they were making only a.

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