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"baden administrations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:58 min | 4 d ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"1.3% More on markets in 15 minutes Juliet Thank you Doug 35 minutes pass the out time for global news The Baden administration tried to clarify the president's stance on potential military aid to Taiwan if China invades let's get to Ed Baxter in San Francisco with the details it Yeah exactly right Juliet so far as many questions if not more than when he said it Let's go through here This was during a news conference in Japan So first let's listen to the question second the Biden response and then analysis from Bloomberg Stephen engels Are you willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that Yes You are That's the commitment we made Now that commitment he's talking about is the Taiwan relations act which essentially spells out justification for the United States to provide military support for Taiwan in the event of an attack presumably from China not necessarily troops on the ground And he did clarify he says the policy has not changed at all but he did go on to say it I will quote him The idea that it Taiwan can be taken by force is just not appropriate It will dislocate the entire region and be another action similar to what happened in Ukraine Now China's foreign ministry spokesman and denouncing the comments and saying the U.S. should not send the wrong message on Taiwan to avoid causing grave damage to bilateral relations And this U.S. senator John Tom cotton says the Biden administration needs to clear up the Taiwan strategy and be guilty in general Saying with a clear pre written policy statement China's primarily coaching is sent a message to new Australia prime minister Anthony albanese Congratulating him on his win and saying that China wants to uphold the principle of mutual respect and development of China Australia strategic partnership Meanwhile Bloomberg's Paul Allen and Sidney says the new prime minister Anthony albanese has been working the phones with UK prime minister Boris Johnson He also spoke with President Biden over the weekend made similar assurances where expected to hear him reaffirm commitment to the quad arrangement as well which is something previous labor governments have been a little bit lukewarm about And yes on the topic of climates the albanese administration and the Biden administration's policies much more closely aligned there and Albany expected to seek U.S. support for Australia hosting a UN climate summit Yeah and the coordinations meet today in Japan Well Beijing receiving some better news cases of actually COVID dropped day to day The report now 48 local cases for May 23rd and Shanghai no new cases outside the quarantine area In San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg our Bryant SERP And thanks very much 38 minutes past the hour It's time for world sport Let's get to Dan Schwartzman Dan's telling us that it's a wild first round in the French Open Dan usually that means upsets Yeah lots and lots of upsets in this one This was mind-blowing frankly First round action look at the names who are out four time Grand Slam winner now and we also got he's out in straight sets to American Amanda nissim ova meanwhile Last year's winner in both singles and doubles two C barber Cred jacoba loses in three sets to Diane Perry Meanwhile 5th seat on net cultivate is knocked out in straight sets The only one well you guys found tech continues to roll the topsy does no trouble advancing to the second round Looking at the men's draw top seed and Novak Djokovic advancing in straight sets as does 5th seed Rafa Nadal Killing a BAPE speaking at a press conference for the first time since shocking the soccer world by snubbing Real Madrid and signing a new contract to remain with Paris Saint-Germain for the next three years says the decision wasn't you know financially motivated but it's the direction of the club.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is not 3 a.m. in Hong Kong and here in Singapore I'm Juliet sali And I'm Brian Curtis trading is underway We're just looking at the Hong Kong and China markets open up And sure mal group is now down 11% in the first few seconds of trading there That's after sure Mao defaulted on a loan And we see other companies like long four group is down 2.4% China overseas of about one and a half percent So some ripples there The markets though are broadly higher with the hinks and index up about 8 tenths of a percent More on the rest of the Asia Pacific markets with Doug prisoner in a few moments but for now some of the top stories of the hour Well tomorrow in the U.S. the government will report on December employment will have special coverage on Bloomberg radio at 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time Bloomberg's Mike McKee has a preview Two questions hang over the December payrolls report Will there be an Ooma crown effect And how will the feds see the report in the context of policy moves The survey week was in the first half of December Before the COVID variant dominated the news or infections ADP says it didn't affect hiring all that much reporting a big gain in leisure and hospitality jobs But the ISM services index suggest services hiring slowed during the month The December 15th fed minutes released this week show policymakers felt then the U.S. was close to full employment if that's ratified by the monthly jobs report It may mean the fed is ready to start raising rates Michael McKee Bloomberg day break Asia In earnings news Samsung's quarterly profit climbed more than 50% as after chip prices stabilized and sales of smartphones surged that said the company posted a disappointing operating income of $11.5 billion That was about a billion lower than the average forecast SK Kim is senior analyst to die with capital He told us why some numbers are a bit underwhelming This is mainly from the one time one of costs for their special bonus They pay the special owner to the employees in Korea We are shown that it cost over 1001 and also the memory price start to decline from first quarter and they start to build some inventory And also the write down in China the xi'an They determined the videos on the way for input from December that also negatively impact on the memory shipment as well as cost structure in both color That's SK Kim from diwa capital in the stock is actually higher this morning by about 1.8% Some of those mitigating factors expressed thereby SK Kim Julia So no Sarah's 5.7% in after hours trade this after one a U.S. trade agency ruling against Google The U.S. international trade commission issuing a ban on the imports of some products made by Google It's because the judge found that of users were using sinos patent inventions without permission The commission says Google must stop selling at products that have already been imported the order doesn't specify the products But the case has involved a broad range of Google devices with sound systems that Baden administration can veto the order otherwise the bound takes effect in 60 days All right the time is 33 minutes past the hour We are seeing some selling in the Chinese developers this morning For that and more on markets here's Chris in New York Most definitely Brian you were talking about Sharma moments ago Stock is down 17% after a unit of the property developer unexpectedly defaulted on a loan payment And if you go inside what's happening right now in the market in Hong Kong real estate definitely moving lower the entire group is off about one and a half percent but they're even so remains a great deal of positivity and I'm looking at healthcare along with communication services and some of the consumer discretionary names Those groups positive and that's helping to send the hang sank to a gain right now of about 8 tenths of 1% And the Tokyo market we've got the nikkei off session highs The yen is weak here and that certain certainly going to help out a bit at one 1590 then EK two 25 with a gain right now of about 6 tenths of 1% Meantime on the Chinese mainland Shanghai composite had just three tenths of 1% We have a rally underway in Sydney right now with the ASX 200 ahead wanted to have percent In this case financials leading gains with the overall group up about 2% right now that was pretty much the same story here in the U.S. given the fact that we're looking at elevated long-term interest rates at ten year treasury right now at one 71 So we are down not quite a full basis point relative to where we were in the New York session Also a very positive today many in the energy complex We have crude oil now above 80 bucks a barrel that is WTI in the electronic session in U.S. trading We were up about one and a half percent and right around a 7 week high We've got this deep freeze now in Canada and in the northern portion of the U.S. it seems to be disrupting oil flow and boosting prices while the American stockpile level remains to be kind of in contraction or in decline So that's going to be a market positive if you're long crude oil and where the dollars concerned we're seeing a little bit of weakness now creep in with the Bloomberg dollar spot index down about a tenth of 1% We'll take another look at market action for you in 15 minutes Juliet Thanks Don 35 minutes past the hour time for global.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:47 min | 8 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is for Singapore Q three GDP and expansion at a rate of 6 and a half percent that is a year over year reading and it is just a tad below the forecast as street was looking for 6.6% We'll get the equity market trading in Singapore at the top of the hour Right now we see positivity throughout the pack room in terms of the equity market After an update here in the U.S. the day began stateside with a reading on the U.S. retail inflation that was above forecast and that essentially caused the market to bring forward the notion of fed rate hikes the two year treasury note added more than two basis points we were last quoted in New York at a yield of about 63 basis points and it ended up flattening the yield curve just a bit The long end came down a little bit as well That essentially created a little bit of a risk aversion toward the financials We had the S&P financials index dropping about 6 tenths of 1% But generally the equity market was positive with the exception of the Dow flat there the S&P picked up about three tenths of 1% NASDAQ composite higher by 7 tenths of 1% Right now in Tokyo we've got the nikkei higher in the opening moments by four tenths of 1% The equity market in Sydney has been trading now for about an hour and the ASX 200 is ahead by 7 tenths of 1% in sold the Cosby rising by 9 tenths of 1% We know that China is Asia's biggest oil refiner by capacity Well now the country is set to cut fuel exports as Beijing twice to keep more supplies for domestic use given the power of crisis that we have been talking about not just in Asia and China specifically but across parts of Europe as well Later in the morning we're going to get to PPI and CPI numbers from China and we'll also have the earnings for TSMC right All right Doug thanks very much Let's take a closer look now at the fed It is closer to reducing emergency support for the economy Minutes from last month's fed meeting show an agreement on a plan to begin the process in the middle of next month or the middle of December Bloomberg's Michael McKee tells us there's enough progress according to the fed enough progress has been made In the minutes note that most participants remark the standard of substantial further progress had been met with regard to the price stability goal or would likely be met soon And as far as unemployment they considered the cumulative degree of improvement in the labor market since December 2020 which is what Jay Powell said you added all up and progress had been made Mike McKee Well officials discussed a pace on tapering asset purchases Monthly buying of treasury securities would be reduced by 10 million In the case of mortgage backed securities purchases would be cut by $5 billion The minutes also showed that officials weighed up the risk of inflation to the upside two factors were seen as possibly having a larger impact on prices and wages than we thought before That is supply disruptions and labor shortages While the Biden administration is working to relieve supply chain bottlenecks ahead of the holiday shopping season The White House announcing efforts to ease the flow of goods into the United States The port of Los Angeles will expand operations to 24 hours 7 days a week President Baden said it's an important step to moving goods This is the first key step for moving our entire freight transportation and logistical supply chain nationwide to a 24 7 system The port of Los Angeles announcement came after discussions with the Baden administration and labor unions and it is a step that The White House called overdue 6 companies including FedEx and UPS have also committed to expanding their delivery schedules All right the time now is just about 5 minutes past the hour Time for global news.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Probably not going to be much help in this decision. Paps oh now. What's the kfc's news this morning. Well china's president xi jinping said china won't build any more coal projects overseas. It follows months of lobbying from the baden administration mister. She was speaking at the united nations general assembly. And he reiterated that china was committed to achieving cabin neutrality. By twenty sixty now keep in mind of course by zhang is still commissioning. A local coal fired power stations and is doing that right faster than anywhere else. Probably not surprising. Given it's the second largest economy in the world but at least not doing an overseas is a star in finally present joe and wants to make french president emmanuel macron next month to try and patch up relations between the two countries on the back of australia submarine deal with the us and uk. Now that's an shop contrast to the uk. Prime minister boris johnson. Whoever night said macron should get a grief nothing bid than european relations up next. Is the daily interview now today. You're talking to laura tingle chief political correspondent for the abc seven. Thirty laura's great isn't she sure is today's now exception. We look at the prime minister's trip to washington. How much damage has done to our relationship with france and whether our relationship with china can get any worse pleaded discuss back as world like christian porter and whether the prime minister will be piped by that issue all the way up to the next election. I also ask her when she thinks that election will be or. That's up next in the fear and greed playlist on your podcast platform or at fearing gray dot com. Today you thank you. Very much sean. Thanks michael have a great day and she to. It's thursday the twenty third of september. Make sure you follow fearing grade. Unlinked in twitter and facebook and while the r line of course plays laser review. Give us five styles on apple podcasts. Spotify or whatever platform you're using on michael thompson and that was fearing great. Have a great day..

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"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

"The resurgence of anti Semitism in Europe. I think of the threat of anti cemetery working in Europe and elsewhere. This is a fuse that must not be allowed to burn. Karen Schama's This is a P news. I'm Rita follow lay whether and wildfires are making the news. Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to dump torrential rainfall from the Texas Coast, southern Louisiana. Today. The West is battling wildfires. Today. President Biden will see the wildfire damage in Idaho and California the AP's Julie Walker his first stop Boise, Idaho, where he'll deliver remarks during a visit to the National Interagency Fire Center, then it's up to Sacramento, California to survey more wildfire damage He wraps up the day and an election event for governor Gavin Newsom, who's facing a recall vote. On Tuesday. Biden's in Denver, Colorado, back to surveying wildfire damage His Western visit is aimed at drumming up support for his spending plan by linking it to beating back wildfires. He's looking to connect the dots between the increasing frequency and other extreme weather events and the need to invest billions in combating the climate crisis. About a million kids in New York City return to the classroom this morning. Kids will wear masks, teachers will be vaccinated. No test out option for them. Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy has a warning as Republican leaders push back against President Biden's new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million Americans, one of the things That we cannot afford to do during this pandemic is allow the Covid 19 experience to turn us against each other. Our enemy is the virus. He was on NBC's meet The press and Israeli defense contractor is rolling out a remote controlled armed robot it says, can patrol battle zones and opened fire. It's armed with machine guns now to MTV's video Music Awards, and the VMA goes to Justin Bieber. Justin Bieber is artist of the year. The MTV video Music Awards. Winners also include Lil Nas, X and Olivia. An FBI report declassified by the Baden administration ties two of the 9 11 hijackers to Saudi nationals living in the U. S. However, it doesn't provide proof. Senior Kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The Saudi government denies involvement. There has been speculation of involvements in shortly after the attacks when it was revealed most Attackers were Saudis. Osama bin Laden was from a prominent family in the kingdom. The document released on 9 11 is a summary of an FBI interview done in 2015 with a man who had frequent contact with Saudi nationals in the U. S who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country. Might in ordered government agencies to review and release what documents they can over the next six months, something victims families have long called for I'm Julie Walker. Japan's government says more than 50% of the population has been fully vaccinated. Japan's vaccine program began in mid February months behind many other wealthy countries. The delay was due to its lengthy approval process and testing requirements. The problem was compounded by supply shortages, but the pace was picked up in May, and current supplies are one million a day. Japan's economy Minister Toshimi Kimura, who is in charge of the vaccine program, said that about 60% of the population is expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of September. On par with current levels in Europe. I'm Karen Shamas. Thank you for rations. Covid 19 Vaccine mandate continues. U. S Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy on NBC's Meet The Press explain that the president needed to move to the next phase of the Covid 19 response due to the spreading Delta variant that involves focusing not just an expanding The vaccination effort through a combination of mandates and access. But it also involves focusing on increasing our testing capacity, shoring up our health care systems, which are really struggling, and, he added, many businesses welcome the mandate. The Business Roundtable has said that this is the right move. The American Medical Association certainly in the health side has said this is the right move. Many Republican governors have spoken about lawsuits after the sweeping new vaccine requirements were announced. I'm Shelley Antler, Britain's health secretary, said. The government are revealed. First, in course, on the requirement of vaccine passports in nightclubs and other crowded events in England. Says. Each of it said the original plan has been shelved for now, but could be brought back to the table if Kevin 19 cases rise exponentially. The retreat comes amid opposition from some of the conservative government supporters in parliament. Some members of the governing Conservative Party had concerns that the passport would be a burden on business and infringement on human rights. Vaccine passports like the one the British government was considering using already required in other European countries like France. Karen China's London president, Biden has a message for Republican governors who are resisting his new federal vaccination requirements. Some GOP leaders say the president's overreaching and are threatening legal action and special legislative sessions have added, Speaking at the Washington Middle School, the president says it's disappointing, particularly some of Republican governors. Have been so cavalier with the health of these kids. So cavalier. Health of their communities, he says. This isn't a game, echoing his wife's call to keep school kids safe.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

"Newly developed long range cruise missiles over the weekend. This is its first known testing activity in months. Little, not Sex and Justin Bieber were among the big winners at the MTV Video Music Awards. This is a P news. An announcement from the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Taliban have announced that women in Afghanistan will be allowed to continue to study in universities but with segregated classrooms and Islamic dress as compulsory measures. The announcement came as Qatar's foreign minister arrived in Kabul, the highest profile visitors since the Taliban announced their new interim cabinets. The minister for higher education, Abdul Baqi Hakani, unveiled the new policies to the media. A few days after a new or male government was formed any female students who continues their studies with Islamic Sharia, the Islamic emirate has no problem with them. The world has been watching closely to see to what extent the Taliban might act differently from the first time in power in the late 19 nineties. During that era, girls and women were denied an education and were excluded from public life. I'm Karen Shamas. The big movie at the weekend box office, Shanxi and the Legend of the 10 rings. I'm Rita Foley. AP News An FBI report declassified by the Baden administration Ties two of the 9 11 hijackers to Saudi nationals living in the US, however, it doesn't provide proof Senior Kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The Saudi government denies involvement. There has been speculation of involvements and shortly after the attacks when it was revealed most Attackers were Saudis. Osama bin Laden was from a prominent family in the kingdom. The document released on 9 11 is a summary of an FBI interview done in 2015 with a man who had frequent contact with Saudi Nash. Nationals in the U. S. Who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country, but in ordered government agencies to review and release what documents they can over the next six months, something victims families have long called for. I'm Julie Walker. Japan's government says more than 50% of the population has been fully vaccinated. Japan's vaccine program began in mid February months behind many other wealthy countries. The delay was due to its lengthy approval process and testing requirements. The problem was compounded by supply shortages, but the pace was picked up in May, and current supplies are at one million a day. Japan's economy Minister Toshimi Kimura, who is in charge of the vaccine program, said that about 60% of the population is expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of September. Vampire with current levels in Europe. I'm Karen Shamas. Think,.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

"AP images dot com An FBI report declassified by the Baden administration ties two of the 9 11 hijackers to Saudi nationals living in the US, however, it doesn't provide proof Senior kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The Saudi government denies involvement. There has been speculation of involvements in shortly after the attacks when it was revealed most Attackers were Saudis. Osama bin Laden was from a prominent family in the kingdom. The document released on 9 11 is a summary of an FBI interview done in 2015 with a man who had frequent contact with Saudi nationals in the U. S who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country. Biden ordered government agencies to review and release what documents they can over the next six months. Something victims families have long called for. I'm Julie Walker 80 news for Friday. September 10th. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden delivers a video tribute before the 20th anniversary events marking the September 11th attacks. President Biden harkened back to the fear and darkness of the 9 11 attacks 20 years ago, a frightened nations stunned as the twin towers fell, the Pentagon burned and a passenger jet went down in a Pennsylvania field. We also saw something all too rare. A true sense of national unity, he says. That's the lesson from the tragedy. The battle for the soul of America, Unity is our greatest strength. Biden's words come amid criticism of his administration's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, a war ramped up in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks and for the families and friends who grieve so hard Whether it's the first year of the 20th. Training growing up without parents and parents have suffered without Children. Jackie Quinn Washington The president's executive orders setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors. Florida's Rod to Santa's fears massive job losses This order would result potentially And millions of Americans losing their jobs..

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"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 9 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

"An FBI report declassified by the Baden administration ties two of the 9 11 hijackers to Saudi nationals living in the US, however, it doesn't provide proof Senior kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The Saudi government denies involvement. There has been speculation of involvements in shortly after the attacks when it was revealed most Attackers were Saudis. Osama bin Laden was from a prominent family in the kingdom. The document released on 9 11 is a summary of an FBI interview done in 2015 with a man who had frequent contact with Saudi nationals in the U. S who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country. Biden ordered government agencies to review and release what documents they can over the next six months. Something victims families have long called for. I'm Julie Walker 80 news for Friday. September 10th. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden delivers a video tribute before the 20th anniversary events marking the September 11th attacks. President Biden harkened back to the fear and darkness of the 9 11 attacks 20 years ago, a frightened nation stunned as the twin towers fell, the Pentagon burned and a passenger jet went down in a Pennsylvania field. We also saw something all too rare. A true sense of national unity, he says. That's the lesson from the tragedy. The battle for the soul of America, Unity is our greatest strength. Biden's words come amid criticism of his administration's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, a war ramped up in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks and for the families and friends who grieve so hard Whether it's the first year of the 20th. Growing up without parents and parents have suffered without Children. Jackie Quinn Washington The president's executive orders setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors Florida's rod to Santa spheres massive job losses, This order would result potentially And millions of Americans losing their jobs. But Jonathan Sheriff, the CEO of a company that runs a number of car dealerships in South Florida, says two of his workers have died and a number of others had to leave the job because of long term effects of covid 19. We need to get it under control. We need to be able to go forward in our lives as we once knew it. At the La Fonda on the Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico general manager Rick Bligh says 85% of his staff of well more than 100. People are already vaccinated and the mandate will eliminate his concern about guests who may or may not be vaccinated, knowing that a lot of people walking through our doors are working for bigger employers, hopefully and they're also vaccinated. This is a P news Attorneys say a ranking member of the British royal family has been served in the U. S civil court. The hippies might Gracia has this attorneys representing Virginia Jew free have served Britain's.

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AP News

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on AP News

"The pontiff's visit to the capital, Budapest, was welcomed by large crowds as he presided over a mass of over 100,000 people. At the Mass. Francis urged Hungarians to extend their arms towards everyone move is seen as a veiled critique of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's anti migrant policies. The two needles did, however meet, albeit for a short period of time. Organizers say the meeting was cordial even though opens anti migrant policy clashes with the pope's call for welcoming integration of those seeking better lives in Europe. At a meeting with Jewish and Christian leaders, the pontiff formed against the resurgence of anti Semitism in Europe. I think of the threat of anti Semitism still lurking in Europe and elsewhere. This is a fuse that must not be allowed to burn. Karen Shamas. An FBI report declassified by the Baden administration ties two of the 9 11 hijackers to Saudi nationals living in the U. S. However, it doesn't provide proof. Senior Kingdom officials were complicit in the plot. The Saudi government denies involvement. There has been speculation of involvements in shortly after the attacks when it was revealed most Attackers were Saudis. Osama bin Laden was from a prominent family in the kingdom. The document released on 9 11 is a summary of an FBI interview done in 2015 with a man who had frequent contact with Saudi nationals in the U. S who supported the first hijackers to arrive in the country. Might in ordered government agencies to review and release what documents they can over the next six months. Something victims families have long called for I'm Julie Walker..

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"baden administrations" Discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Between The Lines

"A follow up to our show with john measham last week now in the seven years of presenting these program on radio national of not received such enthusiastically positive feedback from listeners. As id to last week's episode when professor michel defended the us withdrawal from afghanistan. Well that many of you were persuaded by me. Shamas argument you still wanted whether the baden administrations evacuation plans could have been handled a lot. Better after all the us withdrawal. Well it's been widely seen as a humiliation and embarrassment a betrayal and a disaster. So was there a way to avoid a messy exit from afghanistan. It's a good question which put to join me shama. This week tom. My view is that there was no way to avoid a messy exit. It didn't matter whether donald trump was in charge or dwight eisenhower. Had come back from the dead and been put in charge. It just wouldn't have mattered. It would have been messy. Under any circumstances hell may explain why the key starting point is to recognize that. We're talking about moving. Huge numbers of people out of afghanistan very quickly We moved as it is a one hundred twenty two thousand people in fifteen days and their estimates that there were another six hundred thousand afghanis who wanted to get out and most of them had worked with us in one capacity or another so. We're talking about huge numbers. Now whenever you move huge numbers quickly you have to do. Two things. one is extensive. Planning it has to be extensive on the ground planning and number two at the first sign that there's real trouble at the first sign that the afghan army is collapsing. You have to head for the exits. Those are two necessary conditions so the argument goes to make this work

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Afghanistan Withdrawal: Could Chaos Have Been Avoided?

Between The Lines

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Afghanistan Withdrawal: Could Chaos Have Been Avoided?

"A follow up to our show with john measham last week now in the seven years of presenting these program on radio national of not received such enthusiastically positive feedback from listeners. As id to last week's episode when professor michel defended the us withdrawal from afghanistan. Well that many of you were persuaded by me. Shamas argument you still wanted whether the baden administrations evacuation plans could have been handled a lot. Better after all the us withdrawal. Well it's been widely seen as a humiliation and embarrassment a betrayal and a disaster. So was there a way to avoid a messy exit from afghanistan. It's a good question which put to join me shama. This week tom. My view is that there was no way to avoid a messy exit. It didn't matter whether donald trump was in charge or dwight eisenhower. Had come back from the dead and been put in charge. It just wouldn't have mattered. It would have been messy. Under any circumstances hell may explain why the key starting point is to recognize that. We're talking about moving. Huge numbers of people out of afghanistan very quickly We moved as it is a one hundred twenty two thousand people in fifteen days and their estimates that there were another six hundred thousand afghanis who wanted to get out and most of them had worked with us in one capacity or another so. We're talking about huge numbers. Now whenever you move huge numbers quickly you have to do. Two things. one is extensive. Planning it has to be extensive on the ground planning and number two at the first sign that there's real trouble at the first sign that the afghan army is collapsing. You have to head for the exits. Those are two necessary conditions so the argument goes to make this work

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"baden administrations" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

08:48 min | 10 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"But that's that's something that i think is affecting the mood here. Particularly of course leading into the the twentieth anniversary of nine. Eleven christine. Mac in annapolis. Thank you very much for joining us. let's bring the panel here in london into this now. Tom and kiara tom first of all. Do you think this has been a a week. That will radically change people's View of the united states around the world. Or is this one of those things that i as i suspect. Biden is also calculated though. I'm sure the images coming out of kabul this week but not what he would've wanted but he's probably correct is not in calculating now that probably really a month to six weeks from now. No one's really gonna remember any of this. I think they might remember. I think the calculation he makes though is similar which is the to his domestic political audience They will forget quicker. It is instructive though to look at. Who is saying what. I had a discussion on this station. With general sheriff. Who is a former nato supreme commander in europe he was apoplectic. He was infuriated. Raging and that rage was directed squarely at the americans in his objection. Wasn't that you know what's happening last week. Changes the fact that this looked like an intractable complicated situation which we all knew the soviets knew it the british. The old colonial days new at his was the mishandling specifically of withdrawal his contention was there was no need for the pace of the advance and there was no need to hang these people out to joy who had been assisting me combined effort for the best part of two decades. Let's not forget. So i think it will be very difficult for biden when he's talking to that coined of audience you know if he's a in nato meetings. I get that traction back and it just it strikes those markets here in europe the uk as being very much at odds with his earlier rhetoric. The us is back in foreign policy terms. It's back to what we knew. This feels like something would have happened. I even under the trump even under the trump administration watch which is pretty damning for biden. Caribou you think. There's an element as well. That people are quite surprised by the joe biden. We saw earlier this week because he had pitched himself. Not just as the person who wanted to america to lead again but as this is kind of how he won the election is cuddly reassuring avuncular chap who nobody really had anything against the speech he gave earlier this week. There was a a real flimsiness about literally saying well. If they fought for their own country why should we yes. It was a different. I guess monitor of speech that we saw from him and also some sort of self justification as well which i think. A lot of people didn't expect it was going to be nothing but chaos and and this kind of thing. I do think though that the situation currently in terms of the focus on domestic policy. You know as tom riley says there you know the the whole idea with bringing with the beginning of the baden administration. Was this return loss. America to foreign policy and yet by and large the the whole of the last year has basically meant to complete metaphorical of if not sometimes also very physical shutting borders for vast majority of countries around the world and i think that the hangover of that has impacted away leaders. Do think about the domestic policy. You know. I look at the way that the consequences of the afghans situation for example being handled in italy and we will get onto discussing rob and his alleged incompetence in dealing with the crisis but a similar situation happened in italy. As well and there wasn't as much outrage in terms of you know the the consequences of the way that it was handled there are criticisms being handed to a lot of different countries and their respective handling of the situation. And i think that the dominating john look at america has also go of course got to do with the massive involvement and they've had to have got him afghanistan but particularly because i guess people just didn't see them take a lead internationally also over the course of the last year and at this time there is just no willingness for any nation to be sent center of attention. Okay well let's move along from that. Although there will be much more on afghanistan in tomorrow's episode of the foreign desk premiering at midday uk time but obviously available for download after that Let's now take a look at the minutiae of scottish politics. Wait stop comeback etc. These scottish national party and the greens have published details of a new power-sharing arrangement it will be the first time the greens have participated in national government anywhere in the uk. It will see two of the seven. Greens in scotland's parliament. May junior ministers and both parties will commit to another referendum on scottish independence within the next five. Ideally sooner. that'll be fun minded. Tom read it. It's it's been awhile. Since this country had a good proper rancorous divisive all install shova some zero some all or nothing question that is going to dictate the course of futures for decades that senate clearly north of the border. I things are opening back up. Let's get stuck into this. I think it was really interesting about. The greens is clearly as a political force north of the border. They're doing what the liberal democrats did in their real faded coalition with tori south of the border a few years earlier. They're seizing on an opportunity. It's plainly politically expedient to go into partnership in one of these confidence and supply arrangements where your political clout is vastly increased by an accident of the quirks of the democratic process. We should stress. It's not quite a coalition it. It does have a number of amusing sort of agree to disagree. Causes about nato membership and fox hunting. Yeah again the the key issue defining demand on the streets Every waking waking hour. What is interesting. Is the sort of mainstream politically of the greens within the uk as the urgency of the sort of climate crisis. I mean this was the existential consideration for the foundation of meaningful green political movement all across the west through the kind of seventy s and into the eighty s and. Interestingly you know as that urgency has become ever greater weirdly that has compelled the policies wherever they are on the political spectrum to move towards some kind of broad consensus. Not of what the action is. Or how urgent action is going to be taken but t to mainstream the idea and it's interesting the greens into in this position. Where even while that has happened they stay they. They have become politically more more relevant. Because you might suppose wants everyone's talking about climate change. It renders the meat for parties whose whose very existence is predicated on addressing that from being involved in the process so that will be interesting to see how it plays out. I think one of the problems that the scottish greens will have is a problem. That green parties and movements all across europe have had which they get their chance at the big boys table and they show that like everyone else. They're incompetent governed by self interest pro into making terrible decisions so they have an opportunity but it may be that they just reveal. They have the same foibles and failures and propensity tonight. Mistakes that everybody else has kiara. How much of this do we think is nicholas sturgeon scotland's first minister and leader of this burnishing her climate credentials ahead of glasgow hosting cop. Twenty six in november because of course while while the thing is important in of itself nicola sturgeon. We'll be aware that scotland will be the center of the world's attention and she will very much be seeking to portray herself as well. She is a national leader. But you know what i'm saying she wants to portray yourself as a national national leader. Well definitely. I think that this is quite a winning move for her because it does kind of reinforce our position It gives a also this kind of optics credentials and in a way. You know it is an issue of scale right because we're talking about two ministers so we're not talking about something that's going to be life changing louis impactful on on her decisions but it's sufficient to give up to prop her up as well as give credibility and on this issue of scale..

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"baden administrations" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

07:36 min | 10 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Wherever you get podcasts. The fall of afghanistan to taliban rule comes nearly twenty years after the us. I invaded the country in the wake of the nine eleven attacks. The war in afghanistan has spanned four. Us presidents spoke democratic and republican and while the speed at which the taliban has retaken the country has been shopping. It caps two decades of missteps across administrations joining me. Now to explain is reporter jessica. Nadi she covers foreign affairs and national security for the wall street journal. She's also the author of the book. Eagle down the last special forces fighting the forever war about the war in afghanistan. Hi jessica thanks so much for joining me. Thanks for having me so jessica to understand what's happening now. We have to talk about how we got here and there is a lot to cover. But let's start with the initial invasion under the george w bush administration and how the. Us missed early windows to negotiate with the taliban back then absolutely these early windows where what was really critical when the us came in in two thousand and one the taliban were pretty much defeated and they tried to reach a settlement with the afghans. They asked to surrender but this was never accepted because the us was really keen on punishment. They were traumatized by then. September eleven attacks and they weren't willing to negotiate a settlement over the years. There were these missed opportunities right up until the point when the us decided that they wanted to get out and that they wanted to negotiate at this point it was really too late. The taliban had become really strong and their demands where such and it was very difficult for the two sides to come together if you went back to about two thousand and five that's when the insurgency really began to start regrouping and the us had this approach of allying with leaders in afghanistan. Who are already influential. These were former warlords and others. Who had very sketchy human rights records and ended up really causing a lot of anger which drove support for the insurgency. This was the way that the obama administration responded was to send more troops to afghanistan to turn the tide so to speak against the taliban which just created more and more anger amongst the population. And so you had a system in which the insurgency was building up support making them much more difficult to defeat when the obama administration decided that they wanted to get out it was already too late to get the concessions from the group that would have been available back in two thousand and five and this is something that the us negotiators today really regret. Let's talk about the trump administration. President biden has blamed his predecessor for the situation. We are now in pointing to a deal. That trump made with the taliban and for announcing troop withdrawal deadline. How beholden was the baden administration to those actions from his predecessor. How much did trump's actions influence. How the biden administration responded. I mean i think that you have to look at if you're looking for blame and there's a lot of that going around washington at the moment you have to really look back across the administration's certainly during the trump administration the deal that was negotiated. We can the afghan government because they weren't part of the negotiations and the taliban felt very empowered by this. The other factor was that the trump and negotiators. We're not really able to extract any serious concessions from the taliban taliban never agreed to reduce violence against the afghan forces they never agreed to reach finish a settlement with the afghan government so on paper. All the deal really did was give. Us troops safe passage out of the country. However the by the administration certainly did have options they could have used clauses in the deal to prolong the troop deployment. They could have tried to work in a bit. More conditions. Because it was so hazy. But their view was that they didn't want to prolong the war and get caught up in sending more troops and more violence and so they decided to rip the band aid off. This is something that the trump administration was constantly threatening to do but even if we go back even further the obama administration had a plan to fully pull out by twenty sixteen. And i think that too has contributed to how we the african government is because they've been constantly preparing for the us to leave and it doesn't give those behind a lot of confidence in the system and one of the many questions. Circling now is how the us on the world at large was not prepared for the speed with which the taliban has retaken the country. What did we miss in just the past few weeks. I think that everybody who follow people who follow afghanistan closely have been surprised by the speed. I think even the taliban surprised by the speed with which they have retaken the country. What we've seen in the last few weeks is the taliban test. The waters and see what was the us prepared to do to defend the afghans and when they ended up sweeping across multiple provinces in the north and then captured kunduz which is the sixth largest city in a fairly significant prize and the taliban found no resistance no response then tested other cities and quickly the entire country cave to the point that we store over the weekend they surrounded kabul and the capital city basically fell without a shot fired. You saw afghan leaders give statements on the saturday saying they would fight. They had a plan to defend the city. And then the next morning they had all flown out to different parts of the region and jessica. What about us training of afghan forces. Why did that not hold her. Why was that not sufficient here. When one of the main problems was that the us built the army in its own image and so they built a huge force that first of all the afghan government couldn't sustain with the finances that it had and the force was very spread out totally dependent on the us for air support for logistics for intelligence gathering. And so once the us removed these really critical pieces that held it together. The army fell apart without the us to ferry soldiers to different places without them to carry out critical maintenance on aircraft vehicles without them to deliver air support. They just weren't able to and this is just the early days of this playing out right now but already we've seen a lot of criticism of the baden administration here facing significant backlash for how this is currently unfolding. What ultimately do you think this will mean for the biden administration. I think that it's still very much under in play. At the moment for the the priority now is to try and get all americans that need to be evacuated to get them out. They've completed the evacuation of diplomats. But there's still a lot of contractors and other american civilians who desperately want to leave next. They are under a lot of pressure to get out. Afghan siv applicants afghans. Who helped the americans during the war. These interpreters and other people who could be punished by the taliban for their efforts with the us. And so i think once that is complete. Then i think they may have at least done some damage control but given the chaos at the airport. We had multiple people killed in clashes between the us and the taliban when they're not even supposed to be or even trying to fight each other. I think it's really really precarious situation at the moment. How how bad it gets. I think will determine what the fallout is from this. But it's definitely not good. That's wall street journal. Reporter jessica naughty jessica. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thanks for having me and that's news for this monday afternoon. We'll be back tomorrow morning if you like what you hear please. Rate and review us. I'm anne marie for totally for the wall street journal..

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The Left Can't Stay Away From Donald Trump

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:06 min | 10 months ago

The Left Can't Stay Away From Donald Trump

"I saw a really interesting article that i wanted to share because it really kind of hits it all of the major issues in america. Today particularly in politics i sorted appeared in the hill was written by monica. Crowley president trump lift off a seven months ago but the pathologically obsessed left. Just can't quit him. Every left wing meteorology. Let's ceaselessly talks about and curses him like it's august two thousand eighteen get their six year. Long wild-eyed anti-trump mania has in many ways only made him stronger witness the most recent filings by his save america pack and the federal election commission showing trump raised an eye popping eighty two million dollars in the first half of two thousand and twenty one and has over a hundred million dollars cash on hand with which to influence the two thousand and twenty two midterm elections. No other former president has ever inspired and controlled that kind of political fundraising juggernaut. Additionally trump has been holding key meetings a batty's future described by his former chief of staff mark meadows as making plans to move forward in a real way with president trump as the head of the ticket rod on q. Of course lift as commentators came out in force climbing the baden administration investigators and prosecutors a boxing trump in and that. He's influences on the wine but as he's massey fundraising dominant poll numbers and huge crowds at rallies indicate this is wildly off the mark and another transparent attempt to wish trump away. You'd think by now they would have learned. That is a fool's errand but they haven't and one of the favorite wise to try to diminishing dismiss him is to ignore his achievements which they will never concede make him. One of america's most successful presidents

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"baden administrations" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

07:39 min | 11 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Jerome powell says the central bank is monitoring inflation closely and testimony before a house panel. Today he said pandemic related bottlenecks and other supply constraints have led to the high demand and low supply. That's driven price. Increases inflation has increased notably and will likely remain elevated in coming months before moderate as we reported on the show yesterday. Us inflation rose at its fastest pace in thirteen years last month. The producer price index released today increased seven point three percent from a year earlier. The index measures the prices suppliers charge businesses and other customers. Facebook is seeking the refusal of federal trade commission. Chair lena con as the agency considers whether to file a new case against the company. Facebook argues that khan can't be impartial citing her history of criticizing the company and other big tech firms amazon filed a similar recusals petition. Last month and ftc spokeswoman declined to comment con has said in the past that she would consult with ftc ethics officials on questions of refusal a lot more bank earnings today bank of america more than doubled. Its profit in the latest quarter. Thanks in part to decision to release two point. Two billion dollars of reserves at had set aside to protect against bad loans but the banks revenue was down because of low rates and less demand for loans missing analysts expectations citigroup saw growth in consumer banking including spending on credit cards. It also released two point. Four billion dollars in loan loss reserves helping boost its profit for the quarter to more than six billion dollars. Revenue fell twelve percent but was above expectations. Wells fargo reported its highest revenue since the start of the pandemic making it. The only lender among the nation's four biggest to post an increase that was due to higher valuations on its venture capital and private equity investments and growth in its mortgage banking income and delta airlines posted. Its first quarterly profit. Since the pandemic began as more americans travel and thanks to government aid that helped cover salaries the airline reported profit of six hundred fifty two million dollars after five straight quarters of losses but corporate and international travel are still lagging behind pre pandemic levels. Coming up how the european union and china aimed to address. Climate change adapting to change is more important than ever. That's why over forty five percent of the five hundred rely on workday. The enterprise cloud that prepares you for what's next workday the finance hr and planning system for a changing world. The european union and china unveiled broad plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions joining the baden administration in laying out bold initiatives to address climate change. Both plans require changes that will increase costs for industries and consumers and the proposals in the eu remain. Just that and are far from a done deal joining me now with more is paris correspondent. Matthew dalton. Hi matthew thanks for being here. I am mary thank you. So let's talk more about the european union's plan tell us about the broad scope of it and which industries it would impact give us some key points here who would impact almost all industries everything from electricity generation to airplanes to industrial manufacturing to agriculture to shipping. The plan really intends to apply across the entire economy to limit emissions from every sector to leave no loopholes where emissions could kind of crop up while the you is regulating them in other sectors. The goal of this reform is to be extremely broad particular sectors. That are going to be hit are the ones that are most polluting. So there's electricity generation the goal is really to phase out coal. certainly there are still countries particularly in eastern europe that rely quite a bit on coal fired electricity Poland is the biggest one of them. So they're trying to target that they want to boost the share of renewable energy solar wind certain kinds of biomass in the use of electricity generation in the eu. So they want to make renewables. Forty percent of all energy used in the eu by twenty thirty. It's really everything given all of that information. How much of this right now is pledges for the future versus. How much is direct action. Well this is. This is all a proposal. It's proposed legislation the way the eu works as the european commission. The us executive arm proposals legislation and then it has to be approved by the national governments. There are twenty seven of them and the european parliament so this is still several years away and lots of negotiations from becoming law. The idea the broad strokes of this plan have support in the eu in the capitals in the parliament. But there's going to be a lot of disagreements about the details. Some of those disagreements center on one of the sectors that the us is proposing to regulate for the first time is the housing sector and the energy providers in those sectors are basically going to have to cover the pollution of the energy that they sell and that the worry is is that's going to result in potentially a significant jump in consumers energy bills and part of this broad plan is aimed at getting china and other countries to make their own pledges to reduce emissions and we actually had some news from china today as well which outlined plans to launch the world's largest emissions trading program matthew. What can you tell us about how that'll be implemented. So it's china's first nationwide effort to regulate carbon dioxide emissions it sets up an emissions trading plan similar to the plan that the eu has and thousands of industrial facilities and power facilities across the country are going to be trading allowances. A chinese officials said that the price of a ton of carbon would probably be around would be less than ten dollars maybe around seven dollars which is quite a bit less than where the price is right. Now in the eu. And so there's there's still going to be a big difference. One of the dynamics of what's called the paris agreement which is the global agreement to reduce emissions is that the developed world is being called upon to do more of the heavy lifting because their emissions per capita are much higher and that's still true of even a country of china which which is You know it's gdp per capita as Less than a quarter of most countries in the in europe and much less than that in in the us so china the sort of lower price for a ton of carbon reflects the fact that china's emissions are still going to be growing in the coming years where whereas they're falling in the us and the eu. Now one thing. I didn't mention in the european proposal as it has the world's first tax on imported goods based on the greenhouse gas emissions that were omitted to make those goods so this is a proposal that the us putting in place to stop industries for moving their production overseas outside of the eu and then exporting back to the eu to take advantage of the fact that no other countries regulating carbon dioxide emissions as tightly as.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Jerome powell says the central bank is monitoring inflation closely and testimony before a house panel. Today he said pandemic related bottlenecks and other supply constraints have led to the high demand and low supply. That's driven price. Increases inflation has increased notably and will likely remain elevated in coming months before moderate as we reported on the show yesterday. Us inflation rose at its fastest pace in thirteen years last month. The producer price index released today increased seven point three percent from a year earlier. The index measures the prices suppliers charge businesses and other customers. Facebook is seeking the refusal of federal trade commission. Chair lena con as the agency considers whether to file a new case against the company. Facebook argues that khan can't be impartial citing her history of criticizing the company and other big tech firms amazon filed a similar recusals petition. Last month and ftc spokeswoman declined to comment con has said in the past that she would consult with ftc ethics officials on questions of refusal a lot more bank earnings today bank of america more than doubled. Its profit in the latest quarter. Thanks in part to decision to release two point. Two billion dollars of reserves at had set aside to protect against bad loans but the banks revenue was down because of low rates and less demand for loans missing analysts expectations citigroup saw growth in consumer banking including spending on credit cards. It also released two point. Four billion dollars in loan loss reserves helping boost its profit for the quarter to more than six billion dollars. Revenue fell twelve percent but was above expectations. Wells fargo reported its highest revenue since the start of the pandemic making it. The only lender among the nation's four biggest to post an increase that was due to higher valuations on its venture capital and private equity investments and growth in its mortgage banking income and delta airlines posted. Its first quarterly profit. Since the pandemic began as more americans travel and thanks to government aid that helped cover salaries the airline reported profit of six hundred fifty two million dollars after five straight quarters of losses but corporate and international travel are still lagging behind pre pandemic levels. Coming up how the european union and china aimed to address. Climate change adapting to change is more important than ever. That's why over forty five percent of the five hundred rely on workday. The enterprise cloud that prepares you for what's next workday the finance hr and planning system for a changing world. The european union and china unveiled broad plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions joining the baden administration in laying out bold initiatives to address climate change. Both plans require changes that will increase costs for industries and consumers and the proposals in the eu remain. Just that and are far from a done deal joining me now with more is paris correspondent. Matthew dalton. Hi matthew thanks for being here. I am mary thank you. So let's talk more about the european union's plan tell us about the broad scope of it and which industries it would impact give us some key points here who would impact almost all industries everything from electricity generation to airplanes to industrial manufacturing to agriculture to shipping. The plan really intends to apply across the entire economy to limit emissions from every sector to leave no loopholes where emissions could kind of crop up while the you is regulating them in other sectors. The goal of this reform is to be extremely broad particular sectors. That are going to be hit are the ones that are most polluting. So there's electricity generation the goal is really to phase out coal. certainly there are still countries particularly in eastern europe that rely quite a bit on coal fired electricity Poland is the biggest one of them. So they're trying to target that they want to boost the share of renewable energy solar wind certain kinds of biomass in the use of electricity generation in the eu. So they want to make renewables. Forty percent of all energy used in the eu by twenty thirty. It's really everything given all of that information. How much of this right now is pledges for the future versus. How much is direct action. Well this is. This is all a proposal. It's proposed legislation the way the eu works as the european commission. The us executive arm proposals legislation and then it has to be approved by the national governments. There are twenty seven of them and the european parliament so this is still several years away and lots of negotiations from becoming law. The idea the broad strokes of this plan have support in the eu in the capitals in the parliament. But there's going to be a lot of disagreements about the details. Some of those disagreements center on one of the sectors that the us is proposing to regulate for the first time is the housing sector and the energy providers in those sectors are basically going to have to cover the pollution of the energy that they sell and that the worry is is that's going to result in potentially a significant jump in consumers energy bills and part of this broad plan is aimed at getting china and other countries to make their own pledges to reduce emissions and we actually had some news from china today as well which outlined plans to launch the world's largest emissions trading program matthew. What can you tell us about how that'll be implemented. So it's china's first nationwide effort to regulate carbon dioxide emissions it sets up an emissions trading plan similar to the plan that the eu has and thousands of industrial facilities and power facilities across the country are going to be trading allowances. A chinese officials said that the price of a ton of carbon would probably be around would be less than ten dollars maybe around seven dollars which is quite a bit less than where the price is right. Now in the eu. And so there's there's still going to be a big difference. One of the dynamics of what's called the paris agreement which is the global agreement to reduce emissions is that the developed world is being called upon to do more of the heavy lifting because their emissions per capita are much higher and that's still true of even a country of china which which is You know it's gdp per capita as Less than a quarter of most countries in the in europe and much less than that in in the us so china the sort of lower price for a ton of carbon reflects the fact that china's emissions are still going to be growing in the coming years where whereas they're falling in the us and the eu. Now one thing. I didn't mention in the european proposal as it has the world's first tax on imported goods based on the greenhouse gas emissions that were omitted to make those goods so this is a proposal that the.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Schade ride morning at 7 36 people were shot to death in a Colorado Springs birthday party. The gunman is also dead after Shooting himself. A report from Katie be ours. Fox, Denver's Courtney from police say the shooter who is believed to be the boyfriend of one of the female victims, drove to the party just after midnight Sunday when inside the home and started shooting before taking his own life. One of the people, the birthday party was foretold The Gazette. There was nothing out of the ordinary about the suspected shooter. He went by the nickname Jr. He was quiet and serious and always carried a gun. It appears those who were killed range in age 21 to 54 because that reports during the shooting, CSP says there were Children at this Already None of them were hurt. But for those who tragically lost their parents there now with relatives So far, Police have not given a motive. They are continuing to investigate. The ransomware attack against a major US pipeline operator has the attention of Washington colonial pipeline says it is employing an outside firm to investigate the origin and scope of the hack that it says also had an effect on its information technology systems. GOP Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana on NBC's meet the Press. Says he's keeping a close eye on this as a member of the Energy Committee. The implications for this for national security cannot be overstated. And I promise you this is something that Republicans and Democrats can work together on Georgia based colonial pipeline transports fuel to the eastern and Southern US GURNAL Scott Fox News House Republicans are set to meet this week to decide whether remove representative Liz Cheney from her post as GOP House conference chair. Speak. On CBS's face the Nation. Congressman Adam Singer shared Kinzinger shared his thoughts. Yeah, look, it's incredible, so Liz Cheney eyes saying exactly what Kevin McCarthy said the day of the insurrection. She's just consistently been saying it. In a few weeks later, Kevin McCarthy change to attacking other people. And so I think what the reality is, is as a party. We have to have an internal look and a full accounting gusto. What led to January six Kinzinger says Cheney at Kinzinger and Cheney were among 10 Republican members who voted to impeach then President Trump after the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol President Biden planning to speak today about the state of the economy. Fox's Mark MEREDITH has more president's gonna be sitting down with lawmakers from both parties to really sell his spending plans. Those meetings come amid sobering new economic data. In April, employers added far fewer jobs than economists expected. And the White House says this is all proof that the coronavirus remains a real threat to the nation. Job market, But a number of business owners tell Fox News they can't find workers. And now some Republicans want Congress to cut the enhanced federal unemployment benefit early. We've seen some states already do this. To encourage more people to get back to work to jump start the economy. The president wants Congress to raise taxes on corporations and wealthier Americans At the same time, spending trillions on social programs education. And infrastructure. Republicans reject the multi trillion dollar price tag of the president's spending proposals. Republican State attorneys general have filed a string of lawsuits against the Biden administration, accusing the White House of overstepping its authority on issues like immigration, environmental regulation and taxes. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge spoke about the ongoing legal action on Fox News. Baden administration is absolutely out of control with regard to overreach. Already, Republican attorneys general had filed 21 original actions against President Joe Biden for his overreach. By the administration has yet to comment on a number of the pending cases, most of which are in the early stages due to how recently the administration took over controversy surrounding the top poor said the run for the Roses. Fox is John Scott has more Dina Spirit. The horse that won the Kentucky Derby just eight days ago has failed a post race drug test. The colt beat 12 to 1 odds to win but now could be stripped of the Derby title and winning purse. If disqualified. Medina Spirits trainer Bob Baffert called the news of punch to the gut. Adding it's an injustice to the horse. Churchill Downs suspended. Baffert, who denied all wrongdoing and promised to cooperate fully with investigators find this story. Very interesting. First of all, Bob Baffert is very highly thought of and respected. The horse racing industry. He is the top trainer in the world in terms of has ever had this type of issue before. Yes, he has, and there's never been any kind of any kind of finding of guilt on his part, But when when we were frequent visitors to Santa Anita Park near Pasadena, California We took a tour once of the of the paddock and the pre the pre race facilities where they keep the horses just before the races and they test them before the race, not just after. So Wherever these drugs came from. It obviously would have been a tainted sample. Don't know. Yeah, I mean, there are different lot of possibilities, so they'll be looking into this for a while. 7 35. Let's get an update on traffic.

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"baden administrations" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"So i think what we should do our very best To show that The policies that we have been following has has been a greater threat to our national security. And because we've been following basically this policy of interventionism wholesale since world war two gone gone gone out and bothered with the congress at all and i don't think that We've been more secure. I don't think we're richer. I think we're in more trouble. I think we've lost more civil liberties so this is this is to me And too many others big issue. And i think when new american people were Hear about this. They say that make sense. So i'd like to have more people You know look at this and say yes. You know a non-intervention foreign policy Without surrendering anything does make sense and we should be clear that tom cotton is not the administration. But you know it's it's washington what cotton is trying to do. What republicans are trying to do. And we see this a lot in cpac and we see it a lot and right wing rhetoric. They're trying to take advantage of the perceived weakness of the baden administration on china. Which i think is bogus. I don't think it's true. But the perceived weakness of the biden administration on china because some of the activities. Probably biden's son in use that as a wedge to push biden into a more hawk like position on sean again. I don't think he's gonna take a lot of doing to make that happen. But the the issue that we want to point out is that biden. Isn't it vulnerable position. And that leaves Corden open to help making policy Which by fide and follows of course then. He is to be blamed for by do agree with tom. Cotton on one thing. Dr paul ambiguity is is not is not a good thing. we should be unambiguous. And as you say non interventionist. But here's what cotton's proposing as you say. Make it crystal clear that the us go to war with china if china invades taiwan and. I think we should stop and take a breath. You know after hearing this knuckle dragging your sabre-rattling what does that actually mean. That actually means that. Tom cotton wants us to have a nuclear war with china in which millions may maybe billions will die. Maybe destroy the earth because china's invaded an island eight thousand miles away it's it's not only the he wants to. This is dave decamp. It was originally anti what he was to expand the red lines for. Us attack including to include china's seizing disputed islands. Some of the islands claimed by taiwan china says that ours if you take it or also. A chinese invasion of allies like india have been a lot of skirmishes on the chinese india border lately. It's easy to frame it as if chinese aggression and that's what they would do in that case. But i'm gonna do a couple of quick tweets from cotonou to set the stage and then i'll toss it back. If we can do that i won. This is him Just a couple of weeks ago. This is this is what he's This is what we're not. We're not quite there yet. We're going to put it on here in a second but the But the the issue of china Again the republicans are trying to force biden's hand using of course. Also bogus claims over hong kong and chongqing. But i think we do have that clip now. Here we are. Here's cotton the. Chinese communist party has lied stolen and killed its way to the top. America needs a plan to beat this new evil empire. Here are a few of my recommendations is blah blah blah blah blah. But here's one that caught my eye. Doc apollo's the next one..

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"baden administrations" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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04:52 min | 1 year ago

"baden administrations" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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