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"andrew briggs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:35 min | 3 months ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Way, Love Welcome back. Sorry we're going. We're trying to do this remotely a little bit delayed on my response right there. Mac show I'm a ofthe city and firm Pat today as he gets refitted for his tux this for his wedding. Coming up on Saturday, August 1st, hopefully that Taylor can get that stuff situated pretty quickly and get that V. Taper cut into his jacket as quickly as possible. So fact look good up there at the altar. But good luck, Teo Patent Sam and congratulations. We're Ah! Grow anxiously awaiting your nuptials and can't wait till you guys get to celebrate on Saturday night, But we're gonna have Andrew Brandt joined us here shown as Ito. Do we have him yet? I know we're having some connection issue. He looks like we do not have yet. We try calling him but he was taking a jog, So he's a triathlon guy. Guess so. He's doing a triathlon we supposed show, so we'll see what happens. Let's definitely not little flecks. He just flexing honest, a little bit any way. Ah, yes, The Facetime Audio is not working, so we're calling him via phone. A J video. Will he be running during this interview? More than likely? Oh, he's in his heart rate is resting heart rate is probably 13 because that guy's in such good shape doing triathlon, so it should be fine. Breaking news. By the way, J. What's that? Great breaking nous in my opinion. The No. One on the Philadelphia Philadelphia Phillies tested positive for covert 19 back and play the Phillies playing They should. Nice game has been canceled. But then they're going to New York to play two more games against the Yankees tomorrow and Thursday, huge. Yeah, but also on the flip side. I saw four more Marlins players tested positive there. 17 total from that team when it comes to coaches and players that have tested positive that right, I believe so. I mean, the Marlins are the Bangles of baseball, so we can't expect much for them. But this is huge for the NFL. Correct because now if this happens to a team in the NFL, probably the Bangles Then it won't have because to cancel the season, right? Yeah, but when? With one of the Marlins gonna play again if they had four more positive, actually, Ah, that's a good question because I was going to say that, Manfred said last night. Hopefully everything goes well today with their testing, then they could play. Um, tomorrow? Yes, tomorrow because they could call players up stuff like that. I mean, if they have 11 well, they don't even need 11 players. We called up the isle. They only need to fill a team for the day. So if they have enough players, we called up. They could potentially play tomorrow, but I don't know if they're going to let that happen. With four more players testing positive and Branson I would assume that they want to get it. Thes games played as quickly as possible, because I don't think they want to stack a bunch of doubleheaders on the Marlins and other teams played, you know, moving forward. Yeah, They're definitely running out of time. But we know we have our guest. This guy. He's on the business of sports podcast. He was in the Packers front office for a long time. He was there when? When I was drafted by Green Bay No. Six. He works for vain, er sports. Right now. Welcome to the show, Mr Andrew Briggs. Angels have 1000 2006. The only time I was with the Packers in my 10 years We had a top Five draft pick. You know, we're used to picking in the late twenties. And we're top five in Ted Thompson was moments that mom could be about who our pick was gonna be. And we watch Maria Williams go off the board. We watch Reggie Bush. We watched burning Davis. And we watched events, Young. And here he is mile in nearly a year. Because at number five are player of choice was there. One a. J Hawk. I was very, very thankful to go to Green Bay and Junior what you brought up Ted Thompson, the GM 1/3 time. I'm always curious like when it comes to G. M's. Are all of them as tight lipped as Ted was because, Ted, you could never figure anything of what that I was thinking. I give so much credit have so much respect for how he handled his business are old GM is like that. No, I think some arm or little more vocal, little more open, you know, and I I used to clash with head not because I thought we should be out there talking about our team. But I thought since we're a public company where public trust in many ways We should be a little more open with our public with our stands with our shareholders and again, not give out any state secrets but just more about our club. But that's his nature, and that's the way you want to be. He used to tell me he saw no value. In giving up information how to bear any kind of information. Really? And there are those GM. They're really just hold everything tight because they think any little thing. Is going to be an advantage. Yeah, I tell you what, I respect that He never came off his life like he had a certain way that he was going to go about his business. And he didn't care. He wasn't gonna about out pressure from the media or anything. Do you think that's something that Is getting more and more difficult if you're in the front office, your head coach your GM where you could just make decisions on what you think is right and your trusted advisors and not worry about how it's gonna look from the media and the fans. Yeah. You know, we're with one team that doesn't have an owner. So there isn't that accountability, sometimes with ownership. They're into different things. They jump in and do things you know you talk to my colleagues. They were doing all the contracts around the league. You know? Ah, like a colleague in Minnesota. They were fighting over Randy Moss Contract for weeks and months and months and one day the owners in town stops in the office. How's that Randy Moss contract going and My colleague says, Well, we're working on this. And this and this and make the owner says I want it done in an hour. You don't You don't get that leverage. You don't get any leverage. You know you sometimes you're beholden to that. The one thing that was so great about Green Bay. We had so much autonomy and and I knew that and I was awed by it, but I didn't let it get to me. But sometimes I would realize that No if I did $20 million contract, or $50 million contract It was really no. One saying handler. That's a good deal or bad deal. You know, I had an amazing amount of autonomy to just sort of do what was right. I always tried to keep the Packers shareholders back of mind when I did things. Now when he would be like.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on WEEI

"Love. Welcome back. Sorry. What? We're trying to do this remotely a little bit delayed on my response. Right? Mac show I'm a city and for pat today as he gets refitted for his tux this for his wedding. Coming up on Saturday, August 1st, hopefully that Taylor can get that stuff situated pretty quickly and get that V. Taper cut into his jacket as quickly as possible. So packed and look good up there at the altar. But good luck, Teo Patent Sam and Congratulations We're Ah! Grow anxiously awaiting your nuptials and can't wait till you guys get to celebrate on Saturday night, But we're gonna have Andrew Brandt joined us here is shown as Ito. Do we have him yet? I know we're having some connection issue. He looks like we do not have yet. We try calling him but he was taking a jog, So he's a triathlon guy. Guess so. He's doing a triathlon we supposed show, so we'll see what happens. Let's definitely not just the little flecks he just flexing on us a little bit any way. Ah, yes, The Facetime Audio is not working, so we're calling him via phone. A J video. Will he be running during this interview? More than likely? Oh, he's in his heart rate is resting heart rate is probably 13 because that guy's in such good shape doing triathlon, so it should be fine. Breaking news by the way, Agent What's that? Great breaking news in my opinion. The No. One on the Philadelphia Philadelphia Phillies tested positive for covert 19 back in place of the Phillies, playing They should. Tonight's game has been canceled. But then they're going to New York to play two more games against the Yankees tomorrow and Thursday, huge. Yeah, but also on the flip side. I saw four more Marlins players tested positive there. 17 total from that team when it comes to coaches and players that have tested positive that right I believe so. I mean, the Marlins are the Bangles of baseball, so we can't expect much for them. But this is huge for the NFL. Correct? Because now if this happens to a team in the NFL, probably the Bangles, then it won't have because to cancel the season, right? Yeah, but when we're one of the Marlins gonna play again if they had four more positive, actually, Ah, that's a good question because I was going to say that, Manfred said last night. Hopefully everything goes well today with their testing, then they could play. Um, tomorrow? Yes, tomorrow because they could call players up on stuff like that. I mean, if they have 11 well, they don't even need 11 players. We called up the isle. They only need to fill the team for the day. So if they have enough players to be called up, they could potentially play tomorrow, But I don't know if they're going to let that happen. With four more players testing positive and Branson I would assume that they want to get these games played as quickly as possible, because I don't think they want to stack a bunch of doubleheaders on the Marlins and other teams played, you know, moving forward. Yeah, They're definitely running out of time. But we know we have our guest. This guy. He's on the business of sports podcast. He was in the Packers front office for a long time. He was there when? When I was drafted by Green Bay in 06 He works for vain, er sports. Right now. Welcome to the show, Mr Andrew Briggs. Angels have 1,002,006. The only time I was with the Packers in my 10 years we had a top five draft pick. You know, we're used to picking in the late twenties. And we're top five in Ted Thompson was moment Mum could be about who our pick was gonna be. And we watch Maria Williams go off the board. We watch Reggie Bush. We watched burned Davis. And we watch Vince Young. And here he is mile in nearly a year. Because at number five are player of choice was there. One a. J Hawk. I was very, very thankful to go to Green Bay and Junior what you brought up Ted Thompson, the GM 1/3 time. I'm always curious like when it comes to G. M's. Are all of them as tight lipped as Ted was, because, Ted, you could never figure anything of what that guy was thinking. I give so much credit have so much respect for how he handled his business are old GM is like that. No, I think some arm or little more vocal, little more open, you know, and I I used to clash with Ted. Not because I thought we should be out there talking about our team. But I thought since we're a public company where public trust in many ways We should be a little more open with our public with our fans with our shareholders and again, not give out any state secrets but just more about our club. But that's his nature, and that's the way you want to be. He used to tell me he saw no value. In giving up information how to bear any kind of information, really? And there are those GM. They're really just hold everything tight because they think any little thing. Is going to be an advantage. Yeah, I tell you what, I respect that He never came off his life like he had a certain way that he was going to go about his business, and he didn't care. He wasn't gonna bow down to pressure from the media or anything. Do you think that's something that Is getting more and more difficult if you're in the front office, your head coach your GM where you could just make.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:11 min | 3 months ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Welcome back to the Maggie Show. Good thing about our show is I can't actually speak to the people that are producing the show. Correct. So, like Zito, foxy everybody behind the glass back there Who's potentially, you know, telling us we're on the air off the air connected, not connected or have a guest honor. Don't have a guest on I actually cannot talk to them. I could only utilize Ito's hand signal. So he was on. I waved to Andrew Brandt. Then for some reason, right before we go live three seconds Virgo live. Zero locks me shakes his head and goes So I think that transfers. I hung up on him because the connection looks a little rough. But guess who's back like gas used back with a little rough connection again, But let's just check it out. See how we go. Ladies and gentlemen, hosts of the business of sports podcast, he writes for the athletic. He's an executive at VP vein or Sports and former Packers front office and also an agent. The man has done everything in the business of sports world. Ladies and gentlemen, Andrew Briggs. Andrew. Thank you for joining us that I see you ran a marathon this weekend. It's 60 I turned 60 the day I did. It's called a duathlon because I don't swim parent, So I do a run. Right and defense this year. You know, it's like you find him where you can get him. They did these individual starts so you don't keep socially distance. I hate it, man. It was good to get out. I've leaned into the fitness hearing this pandemic. Well, me, too. By the way, I was £245. We're gonna call you right back because you're chopping out every single word every other word. And whenever you speak, I think people should listen. Andrew Branson does duathlon drink first birthday, So it's bike and run. Hey, I could get down with that. Wear this swimming because in triathlon, you got to swim like a mile out in a lake or whatever. You got to get that chopping the jaws and I just I'm not You know, I have a fear of drowning any time I'm in water, especially with that hole in my ear drum ahead. I'm not very comfortable in water. I am a land animal. The thought of doing a running and biking duathlon. I think I could get behind. You Don't mind that either. Actually, Why does the CFO Phil do want us? Oh, you know, Bill, he seems try at long guy. I don't know if he could swim. We don't know if he could swim swim while he was on kayak out there. I guess he's fast on that guy Act. Is he back? See, though he's frozen. Can't he's actually a nice place. Gentlemen. Welcome back, Andrew Brain. Can I call? Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. Just called. Good idea. We'll give you the numbers, you know, and I'll give you the number right now. You got it, man. I was gonna be a good conversation because right now, the NFL negotiations seem like we're very close to having now. Obviously, they figured out the covert response 25. At least 25 32 teams as of yesterday. Have completed their infectious disease Emergency response plan that has been okayed by the NFLPA and the NFL in said plan there either getting tested every other day every fourth day, or at least every day. I think there is a lot of conversations that have to be had because each individual local ordinance is going to have to decide on how the NFL handles their players being in their building. We talked about this yesterday. The Ivy League. Robin Miller, the executive director, canceled the season because of each individual campuses rules. That's what the NFL is going to have to do with the each individual government state rules. The fact that the MLB has already got back into work in a lot of these same towns is great news for the NFL. The Eider is what they're calling it. The infectious disease Emergency response plan was the biggest step to get back into the building. And then once the players get back into the building, and you assume that there in that bubble like field where everybody passes the test If they end up with a positive test there out of the building. But if that test result doesn't come for three days, or they out of the boating for those three days until the test result comes back and what happens during those three days if they pick it up from the first time they're tested, too. When the results come back, there is a lot of things that have to happen. But now let's assume that the guidelines for the covert recall or or protocol have been reached. Now it's time for the business conversation with the players. Now comes the time for the business side of sport to be really spotlighted, and they will have about 48 days to get that happen is they plan on starting the season on time Joining us now to talk about that? A man who is a former executive for the Packers and the business of sport podcast host Ladies and gentlemen, Andrew Brandt. My bad sorry about the video connection, But you got me on audio, and you're right. I mean, we're seeing a replay of baseball. We talked about this. Number one health and safety protocols Number two, the business, the money and in baseball, they pretty much got through the health and safety. You know that No spitting on those sunflowers seeds. But then it took forever on the baseball. It got ugly got contentious, and they never did make a deal. You know where Manford imposed the sixth game season and I said at the time you ran out the clock because players couldn't get in more than 60 games. You get to camp to start practicing and get the season going. I think the NFL is just kind of run the clock because by the time they get to the hard money decision They're gonna be practicing. The players already kind of in the gate. And then what you going to do say we couldn't get a deal problematic camp. I don't think that's gonna happen. Yeah, because that makes the players of terrible If they've already been in there practicing, they're already getting tested. If it's anything like the N B, A and the less in the NHL, where the MBA had zero positive tests out of 346 players tested. Pat Carlton is not in Orlando. He tested positive. The NHL had two out of more than 800 players test positive, the analyst I have had no new Corona virus cases for the fourth straight round of either testing or games. But whenever you look at those, that's if the players are in the building, and they're having no positive test in the system is working, covert wise. If business gets involved in delays the season the public perception of the players is going to be paramount worse than it has ever been. You're right pad, and that's where the owners haven't advantage. Now we've heard a couple things floated. First, there was 35% Astro. In other words, they take 35% of salaries. The need League does and hold him in a pot..

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"During that short break. Watching the various monitors as called tell Orations. Doug McKell waves a reporter for Fox News. Ah, he's over at the federal courthouse in Washington, D C because they have arrested a ringleader. In the effort to destroy the statue off Andrew Jackson tried to topple it. In Washington, D. C. So they said, they're going back through the videos and all the photos that were taken of all the ruckus and riots and everything else and they've identified this one guy. And, ah, he's part of Antifa. And so he has been arrested and his hearing is in federal court. And and what was interesting to me was Doug was standing out in front of the federal courthouse where the media always assembles. There was nobody else there. He was the only reporter reporting on this. Um Yeah, that kind of guy. Whom I love. Was trying to tear down the Andrew Jackson. Monument. So though nobody nobody else was there. No other media is covering the story. Why not? This is a media lane off that may I know they're laying off people. I know. Newsrooms are nowhere near as large as they used to be, especially newspaper. But even television and radio 855295 6600 bill. Thank you for waiting. Also in Stateline, Nevada. Hi, Bill. Hey, tell him your right before the break. You were so spot on earlier. You said this thing's thanks. You talked about the international multi country. Spy. Aspects of her father. Scallops been detained now. And before I give you, my Syria, I have to say a word about normalcy biased because no patriotic no patriot wants to believe. That There's corruption in our government and And so normally we're suggestion on I get yes, but tell your questions on Epstein. We have to look at the history of the FBI. And managing pedophilia ring is going all the way back to J. Edgar Hoover. And if you look at this thing through that prism It all becomes clear right up to the fact that they let Netflix run this because you have to say Well, if this is about embarrassing, high high level people Then those powerful high level people wouldn't want this thing running on Netflix, but the way it run room Netflix I'm guessing and I haven't seen it. So for those that watch it test my theory. But I would suggest to you that probably the Netflix film. We'll make the biggest issue. What happened to the young girl's A lesser issue will be who were the high end clients or customers. The celebrities that seemed to be protected by this, and I'm guessing not a word about the FBI's role. No Well, No, there is not in fact of anything it not only Yes, they they interview these now young women. Can they do? I I want to say one album clearly points to Prince Prince. What's his name? The Andrew Briggs. Andrew clearly points to him, but they don't It's interesting to me. You're right. They don't these these ladies don't say. Well, it was Jeffrey Epstein and it wass. This guy and that guy and that guy and that guy. One of them names Dershowitz at as being at a function, but could not say whether he was involved. In any pedophilia. So there's some names being tossed around, but they're not. Saying this man had sex with an underage girl other than Yeah. So it's the Gary Webb scenario. Where Ah, you know, If it's the deep state involved. That's their signature conclusion is the wrong party gets suicide, right? Makes you think so. Makes you think so. I don't know You ought to check it out. It's it's Ah, It's an interesting.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on Do By Friday

"You just talk about. I don't care. Oh, well, well, max you wanna talk about it? I know not. No, no, no, not hearing his Jen coming this week jenness here is we Merlin with your permission. We would like to invite on our friends, Jen Bain and Andrew Briggs to have a super special smaller smut show where we just it would be in the after show, and we just talk about the veggies for however long, it takes Osho is that this week. No, we're we're trying to plan something out. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Be really good guys emergency pod. I will say I've lost. I've lost a little bit of steam on. That's okay, Jen. And we'll talk about it. All right. Are you lost your vengeance? Steve. I I saw and I was all fired up. And I wanted to talk about how they get you you walk out and your lady. Oh, man. No sorry. You're not all your. Oh. How's it going? How's it going? Case it was like. What's the one was the Star Wars noise? I I will say I thought on I think I'm like opening night. All right. When it opened in the theater was very full and the key. And it was a lot of young people in the theater like maybe college age and high school kids like they were very on. Ironically, just like just like balls out having the time of their life in this movie. I saw some screaming applauding it. Did it made it much more fun? Although, however, minus points to are quite cinemas in Chicago at a number of issues number one. I think that the speakers one of the speaker channels was out it was basically sounded Radley. The sound is Radley grow. And that was that was bad in number that was number one. And number two was I believe they projected the film at the wrong aspect ratio. Oh, no. Yes. That they were there. So they're doing it in three D wide screen three eighty in regular wide screen and then just regular aspect ratio. We might have to ask Todd. But I got some Intel at arc light that they were projecting the wide screen version on some regular, showings. And that I feel like I've read semes- as where people say you're supposed to good projectionist Puspos ably. A good projections supposed to. Reset to one for like each one of those different screening that you're supposed to change like the the matting or whatever are you supposed to change that for each show? I know this is a little micro topic. But like when the movie came on it, listen, I'm Alex knows. I'm cursed. This is like one of my curses of like when something is at the wrong aspect ratio. Even if it's a tiny tiny bit, I can fucking spot it. It's like it's like sometimes I can tell also when there's big because of distortion or because of clipping when you can see when an icon off by one pixel his special curse. And then he shares it on Twitter. And then you look at it for the rest of your life, and you go my God, it's off by one pixel. God, do you know what I'm talking about? Oh, yeah. Yeah. And it's like refrigerators refrigerator doors, I can tell when something is the wrong aspect ratio. And what I saw was almost immediately. I was like people's faces are just a little bit squashed. Not not comic. This on Hulu watching old episodes of the Simpsons. I'm the only one is cursed. It's very. Clearly distorted in squeezing. Yeah. Like there's something fucked up, but but you could see the letters. You can see in the famous do people not see you out of your when I when I noticed it in the film. It wasn't obvious it. In fact, I might have been literally the only person in the movie theater who noticed, but I could just tell that it was supposed to be just a tiny bit wider than it was. And this faces were squashed up. And then I spent the whole rest of the movie whenever there was a circle on screen. I would just squint at it. And yeah, that's a little square..

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Getting a little bit regards to financial planning today here on the pro and there was a couple columns couple columns this past week that I found fascinating. Now. One of these calls written by Andrew Biggs, and Andrew Briggs is from the American Enterprise Institute. And often times I find myself in agreement with many of the conclusions and the things that the American Enterprise Institute puts out in this case. I don't believe a damn word. They're saying. Andrew Biggs in his column. Here you wrote this piece you wrote this piece to basically blast the Democrats plan to go out and raise taxes on. Well, raise payroll taxes and try to get more money for social security and also give greater benefits for current recipients of social security now, I don't agree with that. Either. That's that's. The democratic plan is going to raise payroll taxes, slowly, but surely up close to fifteen percent. And it's going to put a payroll tax on all income above four hundred thousand dollars. They're going to give greater benefits to senior citizens right now. And I'm sorry. And I know I'll get a lot of hate emails a nonsense out there. But if you're getting social security right now. Give you and your buddies. A high five. Oh, sure. Self lucky because you're getting. Current recipients and social security are more often than not going to collect more than they paid in. Collect more than they paid in a system where the money was never invested. They're doing just fine. The people that are going to get stuck with social security and aren't gonna eventually have major benefit cuts are the younger generation. And this is something that we've been talking about. Now for decades why because it's simple demographics. And it's simple math. Democrats think they're gonna fix this thing. And I've talked about taxes here on the program. There's not a day that doesn't go by not a day that doesn't go by. And we'll get into some of these tax ideas a little bit later on the program where I don't see another idea for another tax and embedded tax up payroll tax raising. Your pay. It doesn't make any difference taxes on top of taxes, and it all goes back. I think about it. The terms of when I'm coaching kids and kill the kid. Hey, kid. You go out there and give me one hundred ten percent today. Now, theoretically that is impossible. But an essence that's what many politicians in DC are saying right now that they can actually tax us above one hundred percent because if you add it all up. It's what it's amounting to at this point in time. But Andrew Biggs puts out this column and saying. Things are not so bad out. There senior citizens are doing fantastic. The numbers are great the standard of living is Fanta all they got more than enough money. Yeah. Andrew. Let's just play pretend here for a second. Honestly think that if social security wasn't there that all of these senior citizens would be just fine. Now. Now, that's a whole. That's a whole different problem. Is it not what about the fact that pensions all across the country? Houches not just public that just government pensions private pensions as well are in a burn dire. Straits. You think those things start getting cut star going away? You think all these senior citizens are going to be doing fine. Andrew. I've been doing this a long time, my friend. Okay, granted. Okay. You're at the American Enterprise Institute, but I'm on the ground. And I'm here to tell you you're wrong. Take a quick break. We get back. We're going to talk about these issues, and what the real numbers are. And what you. Don't go anywhere..

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Compounding over time. The Royal road to riches. Anyway. Wanted to talk. Getting a little bit in regards to financial planning today here on the pro and there was a couple columns couple columns this past week that I found fascinating. Now, one of these cows written by Andrew Biggs, and Andrew Briggs is from the American Enterprise Institute. And often times I find myself in agreement with many of the conclusions and the things that the American Enterprise Institute puts out in this case. I don't believe a damn word the same. Andrew Biggs in his column. Here he wrote this piece you wrote this piece to basically blast the Democrats plan to go out and raise taxes on. Well, raise payroll taxes and try to get more money for social security and also give raider benefits for current recipients of social security now, I don't agree with that. Either. That's nuts. And the democratic plan is gonna raise payroll taxes, slowly, but surely up close to fifteen percent. And it's going to put a payroll tax on all income above four hundred thousand dollars. They're going to give greater benefits to senior citizens right now. And I'm sorry. And I know I'll get a lot of hate emails a nonsense out there. But if you're getting social security right now. You've you and your buddies you give yourselves a high five. Kill yourself lucky because you're getting. Current recipients and social security are more often than not going to collect more than they paid in. Collect more than they paid in a system where the money was never invested. They're doing just fine. The people that are gonna get stuck with social security aren't gonna eventually have major benefit cuts are the younger generation. And this is something that we've been talking about. Now for decades why because it's simple demographics. And it's simple math. Democrats think they're gonna fix this thing. And I've talked about taxes here on the program. But it's not a day that doesn't go by day that doesn't go by. And we'll get into some of these tax ideas a little bit later on in the program where I don't see another idea for another tax and embedded tax payroll tax raising. Your pay. Make any difference on top of taxes, and it all goes back. I think about it. The terms of when I'm coaching kids and I kill the kid. Hey, kid. You go out there and give me one hundred ten percent today. Now, theoretically that is impossible. But an essence that's what many politicians in DC are saying right now that they can actually tax us above one hundred percent because if you add it all up. Amounting to at this point in time. But Andrew Biggs puts out this column and saying. Things are not so bad out. There senior citizens are doing fantastic. The numbers are great. The standard of living is Fanta all they got more than enough money. Yeah. Andrew. Let's just play pretend here for a second. You honestly think that if social security wasn't there that all of these senior citizens would be just fine. Now. Now, that's a whole. That's a whole different problem. Is it not what about the fact that pensions all across the country? I just public not just government pensions. Private pensions as well are in a burn dire. Straits. You think those things start getting cut star going away? You think all these senior citizens are going to be doing fine. Andrew. I've been doing this a long time, my friend. Okay, granted. Okay. You're at the American Enterprise Institute, but I'm on the ground. And I'm here to tell you you're wrong. Take a quick break. We get back. We're going to talk about these issues, and what the real numbers are. And what.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on WWL

"We're back and we've been talking about the modification of benefits on the social security system. A number of Democrats have proposed increasing payroll taxes to fourteen point eight percent. There's a cap of one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars worth of income is a cap in which you are taxed for social security know, talking about removing that cap, so if you were to make another twenty or thirty thousand dollars over that let's say you made one hundred fifty thousand dollars. So you had eighteen thousand dollars more. You would be taxed at fifteen percent. Greater on that fifteen thousand dollars. With the increase in the payroll tax in order to finance the benefit changes that they're talking about and social security when I read a number of the articles that Dr Andrew Briggs hit had written. It struck me that the only thing that we're hearing about is increased taxes increase taxes increase taxes, increase taxes in everything that we're trying to do whether it be the green new deal expansion of this. Climate change, the reallocate action of income in this country. Whatever it may be a free college free this free that I mean the legalization of marijuana. Legalization of sexual negotiations. And I guess at some point in time, it's all going to be free. I mean marijuana's I guess the next thing on the platform that's going to ultimately be free. And I just I keep asking myself the question where is this money gonna come from? Because when they keep looking and talking about the top one percent, there's not enough of them to finance all of this. In the folks at the very as AFC says tippy top at the very tippy top of the scale. You know, what the tippy top has the tippy top has choices. They can live anywhere there. Have this thing called being nimble the tippy top, and so they don't need to be subjected to the tax structure here because if the very tippy top most of the income that they derive is not w two income most of it is capital gains income, and there's any number of studies that show that where they're taking assets out of the market that they own cashing in and making a profit. They can do that from anywhere. They can they can live anywhere and do all of that one talked to Mike, and what say you might. I know how are you doing great? Listen. I think that.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Retirees and others in this economy who gets social security benefits are going to get a little bit of a bump in January. A two point eight percent cost of living adjustment. That's about forty bucks a month on average the government makes that adjustment every year to help people keep up with inflation. There's that word again. And the two thousand nineteen increase is the biggest in seven years. Marketplace's were not a sago explains. The micro and the macro economic impact right now David Covington gets about six hundred dollars a month in social security benefits. And he'll tell it to you straight living in Cleveland, Ohio in twenty eighteen with health bills and a home in need of repair. The sixty eight year old says he's thankful for the money. He gets but a two point eight percent cost of living increase heck any increase. Well, it was sure help to least keep up with inflation and places going up outrageous. Yup. Food prices are creeping up same with gas and healthcare costs keep climbing to. According to a communist, Andrew Briggs with the conservative American Enterprise Institute. He says we'd enjoyed a Ryan of relatively low inflation, but first policy shifts, then mother nature changed that one reason for the increase in prices. Last year was the impact of hurricanes for Cheryl moody, who's sixty six and lives in Las Vegas a small benefit increase. Every few years is not enough to keep up with our costs. See already lives with a roommate spends about half of her sixteen hundred dollar monthly payment on rant and she expects rents go up social security should have a cost of living increase every year. Seventy two year old JoAnne. We'd in Orlando Florida gets a little over one thousand dollars a month. So he's been receiving social security for six years and says she would use the extra money she gets for groceries. But I know how it's going to come out. They're going to raise Medicare premiums. And we won't get the two point eight news on any Medicare hikes won't be out. Until later this year. I'm Renata sago for Mark. Place..

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Okay. So the things that I would like to do like, you know, relentless rehearsals for seven hours in a row and that sort of thing than we used to do. You know, you got to kind of be considered the fact that it might be soccer night or you know, that sort of thing. Not to mention a lot of our side projects. Well, it's weird because one the roots is just one of nineteen things I'm responsible for. We're in a very sweet spot right now where we're actually having more fun with each other socially, which is great that we've ever had at realized that we were going to fall apart if as people we weren't having formed with each other. You know what I mean? So I think now just we're in as as a unit, this is the best it's ever been. We're gonna end right there. Thanks for coming. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Coming up. If you're not one of the very large players, you better be offering some niche products, true in life, true also in retirement planning, but I sure wanna let's do the numbers. Two days in a row. The wa wa is I don't know about this down drills off five forty five today to and a ten percent twenty five thousand Fifty-two NASDAQ shed ninety two points. One point, two percent seventy three and twenty nine p. five hundred fifty seven two percent twenty seven twenty eight. Their banks dipped along with bond yields. Wells Fargo dropped. One point, eight percent CitiGroup gave back to and two tenths percent. Bank of America declined three percent today. Energy stocks sagged as oil prices at a two week. Low Exxon Mobil was down three and four tenths percent. Valero gave a three and a half percent Chevron down another three point, four percent today dealt airline, shut up three and a half percent after posting profit that exceed expectations company cited have have higher, not heavier higher revenue from first and business class. Passengers jet blue, though flowed two and a half percent today. Bond prices rose. Get this. The yield on the ten year treasury note actually fell today down to three point one, four percent. You're listening to marketplace Mark in winwood Pennsylvania road to tell us how much he appre-. Sheets the way marketplace presents in-depth news, Intel's offbeat economic stories. He doesn't find any place else. If you agree with Mark, please join him as a marketplace investor by donating online at marketplace that Oregon thanks to everybody who contributes to keep public service journalism strong. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by first Republic Bank. At first Republic, your personal banker is like a friend. 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On average, the government makes that adjustment every year to help people keep up with inflation. There's that word again in the two thousand nineteen increase is the biggest in seven years marketplace's we're not a sago explains the micro and the macro economic impact right now. David Covington gets about six hundred dollars a month in social security benefits, and he'll tell it to you straight living in Cleveland, Ohio in twenty, eighteen with health bills and home in need of repair the sixty. Eight year old says, he's thankful for the money he gets, but a two point, eight percent cost of living increase, heck any increase? Well, sure. Help to keep up with employees places going up outrageous. Yup, food prices are creeping up same with gas and healthcare costs. Keep climbing to according to economist, Andrew Briggs with the conservative American. Enterprise Institute. He says, we'd enjoy to run of relatively low inflation, but first policy shifts, then mother nature changed that. One reason for the increase in prices last year was the impact of our canes for Cheryl moody who sixty six and lives in Las Vegas. A small benefit increase every few years is not enough to keep up with our costs. She already lives with the roommate spins about half of her sixteen hundred dollar monthly payment on rent, and she expects rent to go up how security should have a constantly place every year seventy two year old JoAnne. We'd in Orlando, Florida gets a little over one thousand dollars a month. So he's been receiving social security for six years and says, she would use the extra money. She gets for groceries, but I know how it's gone to come out that gonna vase Medicare premiums, and we won't get the two point, eight news on any Medicare hikes won't be out until later this year. I'm not a sago for marketplace. Not

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Coming out on top as the winner rather than trying to affect a principled idea a concept of justice then yeah of course you're going to to whitewash your own crimes that's definitely going to happen and it doesn't surprise me at all then that prosecutors feel justified in doing so now you know in a system of justice that actually put objective actual concrete justice as the primary driving force primary driving factor then the the accolades of a prosecutor will be based upon they would just as much accolade for demonstrating that somebody didn't or acknowledging that somebody didn't commit a crime than they would for convicting somebody falsely but that's not the world we live in we live in a world where the more scalps you claim the higher your credibility your crayton's your reputation amongst your fellow prosecutors in the broader criminal justice community so of course they don't care how they do it they just care about scoring them points related to the we talked a little bit about the zona strike that's resulted in a twenty percent pay raise for teachers which is just mind boggling there's a piece over at the foundation for economic education that boldly claims that teachers are not underpaid this is written by andrew briggs in a jason rich wine recent protests across the country have reinforced the perception that public school teachers are dramatically underpaid they're not the average teacher already enjoys market level wages plus retirement benefits vastly exceeding those of private sector workers across the board salary increases such as those enacted in arizona west virginia and kentucky are the wrong solution to a non problem most commentators on teacher pay begin or most commentary on teacher pay begins and ends with the observation that public school teachers earn lower salaries than the average college graduate this is true but in what other contexts do we assume that every occupation requiring a college degree should get paid the same engineers make about twenty five percent more than accountants but underpaid accountants are not demonstrating in the streets wages are not determined by years of schooling but by the supply and demand four skills these skills vary by field of study about half of teachers major educa among.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Public intellectual in princeton ethics professor peter singer singer as you probably know has stirred worldwide controversy by vincent the notion that some forms of animal life have more worth than some human life singer doesn't believe in god and therefore he sees no basis for any intrinsic human dignity during the oxford lectures singer asserted that nature provides no grounds for human equality pointing to children who have lost their bill two reason through disability or illness sarah irving stone breakers comfortable secularism was suddenly rocked i remember leaving singers lectures with the strange intellectual vertigo sarah rights i begin to realize that the implications of my atheism we incompatible with almost every value i held dear a few months later at a dinner for the international society for the state he of science and religion andrew briggs a professor of nanomaterials and a christian asked sarah a perfectly reasonable question do you believe in god again sarah was flummoxed fumbling something about agnostic schism briggs replied do you really want to sit on the fence forever that question she now says made me realise that if issues about human value an ethics matter to meet a response that perhaps there was a god or perhaps there wasn't was unsatisfactory fastforward florida were sarah was conducting research he began attending church as a seeker and she was overwhelmed by christians living out their faith feeding the homeless every week running community centers in housing and advocating for migrant formula laborers and when she started reading the likes of paul tillich in reinhold niebuhr she saw the intellectual depth and profundity of their christian faith then this a friend gave me cs lewis as mere christianity and one night she wrote a knelt in my closet in my apartment and asked jesus to save me and to become the lord of my life sarah's journey from doubt the faith which you can read in full by coming to our website in clicking on this commentary reminds me a little of another formerly aetheist denizen of cambridge in oxford cs lewis lewis saw the bleak implications of his worldview stating nearly all i loved i believed to be imaginary nearly all that i believe to be real i thought grim in me meaningless and just like sarah lewis.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Sir i did that nature provides no grounds for human equality pointing to children who have lost their ability to reason through disability or illness sarah irving stone breakers comfortable secularism was suddenly rocked i remember leaving singers lectures with a strange intellectual vertigo sarah rights i begin to realize that the implications of my atheism we incompatible with almost every value i held dear a few months later at a dinner for the international society for the study of science and religion andrew briggs a professor of nanomaterials and a christian asked sarah a perfectly reasonable question do you believe in god again sarah was flummoxed fumbling something about agnostic schism briggs replied do you really want to sit on the fence forever that question she now says made me realise that if issues about human value an ethics matter to me the response that perhaps there was a god or perhaps there wasn't was unsatisfactory fastforward florida were sarah was conducting research she began attending church as a seeker and she was overwhelmed by christians living out their faith feeding the homeless every week running community centers in housing in advocating for migrant farm laborers and when she started reading the likes of paul tillich in reinhold niebuhr she saw the intellectual depth and profundity of their christian faith then this a friend gave me cs lewis his mere christianity and one night she wrote a knelt in my closet in my apartment in asked jesus to save me and to become the lord of my life sarah's journey from doubt the faith which you can read in full by coming to our website in clicking on his commentary reminds me a little of another formerly aetheist denizen of cambridge and oxford cs lewis lewis saw the bleak implications of his worldview stating nearly all i loved i believe to be imaginary nearly all that i believe to be real i thought grim in meaningless and just like sarah lewis had good wellinformed christian friends and colleagues such as j r r tolkien to point a disillusioned atheist gently to christ as chuck colson would say while there are many good ways to share the good.

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"andrew briggs" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"andrew briggs" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"So the that's was quail legalize corruption is what it is robert is he said that earlier and it's exactly anyway i second guess today's andrew briggs is a resident scholar american enterprise institute and he's a former deputy commissioner for policy at the social security administration almost everybody knows as nothing inside the there is no such thing as a social security trust fund my least i don't think the his one so anyways andrew pigs at any specializes in retirement possible policy public sector pay and other issues welcome to the program entry hey thanks for much advocate today what what what was the white working linda social security administration well you you have a lot of very dedicated people they're mostly mostly non political i were policy died of things is back in the drinking are trying to get a you know research don about social security and retirement security and and trying to get in politics and play poodle proved that um so yeah i was working for government can be interesting at times but now at all times with a very good work on that but the question is is social security viable is gonna be money they are for the baby boomers and their kids well in a certain extent you take definitely yes in that you know as long as you're collecting social security taxes which is a twelve and a half percent of your wages as long as they're collecting that payroll tax there's going to be money to go out the door to pay benefits uh the question though is your do you have enough money to pay the benefits you promised.

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