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About Me

I was born in Brooklyn, Trump was born in Queens. The only thing that makes people think I'm an H-1b stealing jobs from Americans is that my Grandparents immigrated from India, while Drumpf's immigrated from Germany. It's race, not citizenship. Americans are more diverse than you think. Millions of US citizens don't look the way you might expect. This fact is very important and will help us win elections.

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How to Watch the 2019 Woman's World Cup in 4K On Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, & More


#1 Streaming Options

An antenna not an option for you? All of these streaming services offer FOX and FS1 but not in every market so you need to visit their websites to see what is available where you live.


Hulu with live TV subscribers will have full access to FOX and FS1 in most markets for $45.99.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue for $45.99 a month will get you access to FOX and FS1 in most markets.


fuboTV for $54.99 will include access to FOX and FS1 in many markets.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is available for $49.99 a month and has FOX, Telemundo, and NBC Universo.


DIRECTV NOW offers FOX and FS1 in most markets starting at $50 a month.

#2 Antenna

Fox will be airing most of the largest matches here in the United States. Hulu, Sling TV, YouTube TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue all offer FOX and Telemundo in some markets; however, the best way to watch is with an antenna.

To find out if you can get NBC free over the air, check out AntennaRecommendations.com. There, you can see if you need an indoor or outdoor antenna to get Fox and Telemundo.

From there you can use a device like a Tablo DVR to stream your antenna to your Roku, Apple TV, or Fire TV.

There's also a schedule at the link.

I cut the cord some time back and look for options like this when there are live sports. My antenna works most of the time but it's great to see more streaming options.

And for folks who may be interested, the Amex Blue Cash Preferred credit card offers 6% cash back on streaming services. I just got it recently and it's great for groceries and transit too.
Posted by IronLionZion | Sun Jun 9, 2019, 06:54 PM (1 replies)

Regina Spektor - "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - Official Video (From Kubo And The Two Strings)

Very nice cover

Economists' fears of a 2020 recession in the US surge


New York (CNN Business)America's business leaders are growing more worried that the United States will enter a recession by the end of 2020. Their primary fear: protectionist trade policy.

That is the topline finding of a report released Monday by the National Association for Business Economics. The survey, based on responses by 53 economists, is a leading barometer of where the US business community thinks the economy is headed.
"Increased trade protectionism is considered the primary downwide risk to growth by a majority of the respondents," Gregory Daco, chief US economist for Oxford Economics, said in a statement. The report found what it called a "surge" in recession fears among the economists.

The report comes as the United States ratchets up its trade war with China and has gone after other major trading partners, including Mexico and India.
The risk of recession happening soon remains low but will "rise rapidly" next year. The survey's respondents said the risk of recession starting in 2019 is only 15% but 60% by the end of 2020. About a third of respondents forecast a recession will begin halfway through next year.

According to the survey, the median forecast for gross domestic product growth in the last quarter of 2020 was 1.9%. That would be a big drop from the most recent estimate of current US economic growth 3.1% in the first three months of 2019.
The United States is probably somewhere in the last stages of an epic run of economic growth that began in 2009. Dramatic and coordinated responses by the Federal Reserve, Congress and the Obama administration helped pull the country up from the Great Recession.

It's possible the GOP knows they're going to lose the election so they're setting up a recession for the next Dem president. The timing could be interesting. If recession starts before the election, it could help us win.
Posted by IronLionZion | Mon Jun 3, 2019, 10:31 AM (0 replies)
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