21 Burst results for "Bob Hawke"
"bob hawke" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"Guess this morning is James Karen. Professor of modern history at the university of Sydney. Look, while I've got you, you specialize in the history of Australian and U.S. foreign relations. I'm just interested in where you think Australia sends now under the Biden administration. Vis-à-vis Trump, Vis-à-vis all those administrations beforehand. Well, on September the first, we're going to celebrate 70 years of the Andes treaty. Now, I think we're in this situation now shown where obviously there's been a lot of hand wringing and hair pulling over the chaotic and dysfunction that is unfurling before our eyes in Kabul, the collapse of the government in Afghanistan and the return of the Taliban and there's been a almost I think a knee jerk reaction to the bottom administration's decision I don't think they should have taken us by surprise. I think certainly lots of arguments can be made about whether a residual U.S. force should have been left, but ultimately the withdrawal was coming. We're in this position where publicly, we proclaim 100 years of my chip with the Americans and the prime minister at The White House a couple of years ago said we will have 100 years more of my chip. But privately, I think we're more doubtful than other of whether America has the capacity or the will for global leadership anymore. There is a country that is broken within. There is a country where political ranker and toxic partisanship whilst it's always been part of politics has reached an entirely new level. We have doubts here, I think that you'll never hear them publicly expressed by political leaders in Canberra, but we have doubts here about whether America is up for it. Some are grateful that they're out of South Asia and Afghanistan so that they can focus more on China. And China has to be faced regardless, but I think on the 70th anniversary of Andes, there are more doubts than the public rhetoric will allow for. I always think it's interesting with the relationships how much it does come down to the leader. Now I'm not sure that Joe Biden would remember Scott Morrison's name. Bob hawke turned great stories, bob hawke, real left, he was great mates actually with Ronald Reagan, who was as conservator as they came..
"bob hawke" Discussed on Conversations
"Had come to australia have come through division of assistant passage. That been invited here. I've had a pipe to come here. So whilst the act of migration is an active risk-taking on arrival in the strategy very conservative very ambivalent when asked to do stuff by governments listen to them nonetheless ledge once the emergence see the the the absolute worst of the intense emergency had passed in the global financial crisis in two thousand nine and after the after the first six seven eight months. Nine months of covert. What happened then. What happened to political leadership. Then what happened both times. The same thing happened in it. Unfortunately and i'll personalize it. So kevin rudd kevin rudd wayne into the jc We've sustained a run of popularity. The not even bob hawke experienced. Kevin rudd was popular for longer. He went to the afc with sixty plus percent approval writing and had it coming out of the afc. Say he had a lot of authority. The knicks thing he wanted to do trading off the goodwill of the afc turning the success in the emergency staring down a global crisis. The next thing he wanted to do was climate change and he couldn't pull it off and when things got difficult he started to be disabled. Didn't remember that that period towards the end of two thousand nine hundred and start a two thousand ten. We had world's best response to in suddenly. We couldn't do the next thing and politics. Politics got really really grumpy. Really quickly at that point. Is there obviously some some sort of social economic reasons for why people were a bit unsettled coming out of the jc whilst we never recession people's incomes at taken a hit but the political system couldn't cope with the next challenge. How was it to get him to even admit he was dumping his plan for calculation russian. Game if my good friend but she was my colleague then. Lenore tyler hadn't broken that store in the city morning. Monica wyatt until the budget but it was still going to be there in the budget. There was still going to be a lot in the budgets on asterix. We've given up on climate change. We were hoping by the time. The budget k. Bat people are going to be looking at all this other stuff. So what's the parallel enduring. Twenty twenty scott morrison scott morrison obviously goes into the pandemic as the mirror opposite of rudd. He's very unpopular because he's discount through the bushfires you know i don hold a hosmer he's been to hawaii is come back. You had all those sort of discord and appearances in the fis on where we couldn't get a handle on how to deal with paypal. He lost these confidence not going to be any more critical than that can be very very difficult time for later to come back to a storm..
COVID-19 Vaccine: Questions Answered With Dr. Johnson Fatokun, MD
"In today's episode. What talking to bob hawke topic the nineteen vaccine and addressing some of the concerns and worries a face around getting the vaccine and a lot of be concerned about getting the vaccine. And i just a good idea talk about it with medical practitioner would need to the as a medical doctor. Dr johnson photographer who is experience family. Physician practices here not berta so welcomed up. Johnston gets a happy ear only program. Thank you so. We've reached up the johnson today in his office in actually in limit. So how are you doing for staff about. The johnson are crazy busy. Yeah times and very odd certain tumbles love just so. There's a lot of backup false when it comes to these vaccine when it comes to the arrows reside surrounded. He has to put measures in place to mitchell. Everybody is safe. Count your office yasu safety. Those who can't calm you have to do provide catholic though. Sometimes you see some collision myself book late. Making phone calls to crash lot. Mitchell vision gets cab when you do give the house up gracie chugging discounts. So what do you. So i wanna ask you like the like you said. These are very uncertain times challenging times. What are you doing for self care as doctor like. What are you doing to stay motivated. You know into so many things. Well i'm me. Tried to go for walks. I make sure each row physically. No pounding gavin every day. Well it's good food and then rest will any to work. I take any date. It never ends now. Vision context you because of the accents so detects you to call you so you have to find out so downturns and which works and they'll which entity i don't sit in the quiet through soochow everything away
"bob hawke" Discussed on Diaspora Blues
"You're tuned into the war blues on three community radio. That gorgeous track that. You heard that. I was dancing around to like a maniac in this room was. Don't you worry by electric fields from their two thousand and sixteen ep in moss spot. I n a so the long easter weekend. Which i'm still celebrating. I spoke to bob. Hawke sayyed alkyl back to introduce themselves but before we do. I want everyone to read their article and new generation of australian war criminals in mention quarterly. It's an essay that got bob hawke trolled and unfairly attacked by certain australian publications all because but bach dead to comment. On the barrington report. Barrington report is a report that outlined allegations of war crimes committed by soldiers serving with australian defence force before burbach shares. What the experience was like in the second half of our interview We want to first of all. Get to know. Becca be who is incredible person that i was so lucky to chatter. Bobek i. I'm a writer editor. On an artist. I kind of previously was a social worker youth worker And still in some capacity. I feel like. I'm involved in his goals. In like community initiatives But like bit differently. Now because i'm not organizationally bound up in a way that wasn't a post on. Which has its pros and cons. I think And yeah and then. I'm currently On a on a novel and as well as just like writing things here and there as well. Wow okay you'll pretty busy. I'm surprised you were able to squeeze in. Bob not gonna lie okay. So let's stop from the beginning like us your third culture kid. I'm not sure if you refer to yourself as such but you've moved around quite a bit where were you born. And how many places have you called home. i think i like the time if they're culture kid. I think you know. It's like one of many second constellation of terminologies unlike phrases that we try to use to approximate some sense of our complex selves right. So i think it's a good one to add to the toolkit yes. I was born in perth In a very tiny afghan community that existed there. We want the first families that moved To perth specifically chain migration So my uncle was the very first And brought along and so they over the decades more and more afghans have gathered there But it's still very small community Especially compared to the you know western sydney And dandenong communities in melbourne and sydney on on the east coast which which are way So i think really early on developed to a strong kinda of like insular island mentality where you kind of acutely aware that you are in short supply in a place like And then and then. When i was For high school. Back when i was about twelve thirteen Moved to the states To kind of be closer to My mom's side of the family To yeah in in virginia as much bigger african community Suddenly i was kinda thrown into a very different a setup where like public school. Everyone's have kind of an. It was cool for different reasons. I mean and i definitely prefer it that way in the sense of like finally being around people and not having that like weird outsider Suddenly like you know in a place like this even though it's kind of still we're not like a major city elements just one of those places like that for for whatever reason A lot of immigrants of of from from afghanistan have gathered. you know It's kinda like michigan. Like loads of arabs in michigan list of somalis in minnesota united. It's like weird and not clear. Exactly why or how it happened. But like it's cool that happened We kind of formed their communities all around. And yeah and then. I came back to australia for a unique when i was eighteen. came back to melbourne so Did you need a couple of more years than building My kind of like artistic practice on a ride early practice. And then i move back to america two years ago You know what. I found interesting. Is i my family. We came here in ninety two so it was my sister and my mom and my youngest sister haven't been born yet so i grew up in melbourne a muslim school. But i always wondered if i had grown up around like other somalis because there weren't that many of us in melbourne at that time in the early nineties i was wondering we had been raised in london or in the us in minnesota. As you said up to the somalis minnesota. I was wondering what my life had been better. And so i ask that question to you because you sort of did touch on that With things a lot easier when you found other afghanistan. I mean it's complicated but i think in some degree in some ways for sure like just having that Legibility you know where it's like. My cousins dislike are everywhere but like at the same time the flip side of that is that you know it means that you know. My uncle's taxi drivers pretty much. Said like suddenly like level of surveillance right. Like if you're out walking around with friends during the mole suddenly like this auntie or that hunting sawyer Travels around like you know the grapevine how it is so so there better be people you get before you even reach your mom's got a few calls you like what the hell iowa and i'm walking around see you i swear to god as you need to make use of the on in let me god i pray that they denver figure that out because if they do they'll be too powerful powerful and its sell us out quick no shade. But i don't want to go there so So as we've said you've moved quite a bit and it sounds like you know there are pros and cons to being around community. Has this made you think differently about what community means. What belonging means other questions that you think about For sure fisher. I feel like so much of the dilemma of of course being third culture kid rise. You're constantly striving or Like trying to find that like alternate place of belonging or that like ritual practice or group of people you can finally breathe easy with but unfortunately like the hajr is about it is the there's no resolution there's ultimate final place final resting bites. You know where where everyone around you will will fully understand those parts of you feel that when i was in australia. I always felt like really weirded out that like people didn't quiet Like all this time.
"bob hawke" Discussed on The Headcast Network
"I personally, I probably would have had Luke Donald. Do these pages with the demon coming in I probably would have signed some of the more superhero pages to a more. Clear cut super. If you will won't sinuses it a lot but again I and. This may be blasphemy, but I'm not a huge fan of a lot of whole to work except for in certain titles because again he can be a bit darker Radio Hall So. You're on page four I believe it is these pages aren't number. So I'm just kind of gets made him. A huge is owned fire. This is a very nice panel I love with Emily laid out. A, not a lot of awards at this point law dialogue. But calm in embiid. In big speech bubble. and. Then we cut like say toward overheads yielded a guy in the fire people boil on and we get to wave rier ship in my opinion I would personally add someone else do these pages. Early, may be have shown were of Labor donal. I I love loopholes are were in I. Say it's a certain style and superhero stuff I normal as elsewhere prefer. I said earlier. A cleaner style. So I would have probably mixed. Tom Mandrake and. donal with somebody else along these pages personally. Again I'm. Not. Saying. They're bad is in donal. All these August are great artists. So I'm not saying, it's bad. It's just not what I prefer for this type of book. But what? I say that but parts, it's really fantastic because it really hit. The darker. Isis your wave rider being encircled by the car on the cover with the energy beans. With people on their this page is a great page. And the next page the is I talked the synopsis, which is Abraxas. Firing on these people. And we're GONNA description where he says he's GonNa turn them into Damian's. He's time we see four different. Beings. If you will with three people each going even himes. This all. I think for the most part, and again I'm by myself as I go through this. So please bear with me as I fight internally. Into podcasting it's coming out externally. Over. With our like it or not because I've got mixed feelings. Because some of it's really fantastic and celebrate what's good goodhart work. Again, it's not quite what I. Look for. With a superhero book so Again I have mixed feelings on this one. In I know a lot of people one happy with these Armageddon mini series of last one like I said, I, talked about by I ask my fellow podcasters no one wanted to talk it out it talk me about it. This here, a few more people are a little more interested, but no one was really had time when I got to it. So But like see this here, it's not quite as. Say. This quotes disliked mainly because this series brings back eventually the Justice Society of America. which a lot of people love I enjoy him to I don't have a lot of people do but I enjoy just site. Americans. So. That's why anchors will cure gets less eight I guess is the best word. Then, a lot of the other books or series now right before this world so Back to this book though. We get wave varieties cotton energy being he's thinking are we breakfast are the your power perhaps where tensions? Were I can break. Is He bus freely bonds? It held him. Any flies off. It again, the next few pages shows wave wave writer in the time stream trying to. Ease finding out where the beings of went. and. He is trying to find heroes that he can use. That's not gonNA mess up the time stream. From different times in the here on patiently gets page ten, we get a shot of. Martian manhunter wonder woman Troia. Flash which I believe is a long west. FLASH SUPERMAN POWER GIRL. News talking about using the future Amish when it created me time. We just like doormats. Is, call the falling talk about Isis called Superman wonder woman troy Flash Power Bill Martian manhunter. As the greatest seen in any era. Will there be enough to stop praxis. Against the next pages we see him calling the heroes Zena calling on the next page, we see calling the Sergeant Rock in the losers along with the figurine Hochman Hochman. This is the post crisis Bob Hawke woman were they at the metal wings. Again their victory he said the World War Two can. Only, do very little because these guessing spirit destinies, what Hitler had back in the Jesse comics in. Folks Oughta pre-crisis. This is what kept heroes. What they use say they kept heroes out of war were too. Because all superhero were to wrote array on like why don't the heroes who stop it? The writers came up with this very guessing, which is the that Mama Stations Pierce Sight of Christ on the Cross. It was a new power. Hitler had stop superpower people from coming over to. Europe and fighting in World War Two. So. Apparently, the spirit destiny non-olympic superheroes, it can also affect A. Cosmic beans like. Wave Writer. The next paid to be starfighter Guy Gardner enemy a logo in Orion. Orion is from the new gods I hit or miss a FEM. Logo I really like at times I, really like him for a while. facture. the Top Korea hit a signature by wall Simonson looks like. Guy Gardner Green Lantern Enemy AC's for more were. To say. We get star fire. who was they said they took it from the early days of the.
"bob hawke" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In about thanks to the acts of the week at night way below technical sergeant guard James thanks Logan of molding Texas was one of only two men in this world to receive both the congressional medal of honor and the Distinguished Service Cross tomorrow the Jimmy Durante and Gary Moore Monday to Bob Hawke give thanks to the yanks and next Thursday Abbott and Costello everybody here from the boys I'd like to say the merchant marine needs more man to man the supply lines to victory and to eligible man it offers not only a well paid and where the present what a splendid future in six months time now you can make the progress it would have taken you three years to make before Pearl Harbor get all the facts go to any United States employment service office or wire collect did United States merchant marine Washington DC now there are but in Lou Costello with a final word thanks again but it's getting a little late so all we have time to say is just the night folks like to everybody buy bonds another great Abbott and Costello show Costello show will be back at this very same time next week don't miss it this is Ken Niles in Hollywood wishing you a pleasant good night this is the national broadcasting who that is the Abbott and Costello show from November sixteenth nineteen forty four Costello in a school play but Abbott Lou Costello and that was originally.
"bob hawke" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"But they actually they defended very well that game and they wanted nine two is their offense exploded in that you were here for the Arizona game which may have been their best defensive performance all season and they just suffocated bakeries this was much more of a grind it a tough start the to rally corn said they probably didn't shoot the puck enough even though I bet a lot of possession in the second period couldn't agree more than they got a tough call against in the third to give up kind of a seeing eye shot on a tip and they have to find a way to rally so was bumpy the road was bumpy but they found their way to get away to get across the finish line that's good because you got a big road trip coming up then it's not gonna be easy and six in a row on the road six in a row now we are all you till February the fourth we have for Vegas well designed a skid right now but I mean February fourth there's a lot of time yeah there's a lot of time between now and the at that right but you have a safe trip thank you a bring along underwear I'm very whether it's but you're gonna pay eight minute both are going to be cold essentially will be sold to the ad that may be a stay in the hotel was you got that right yeah they have a good trip David all right Bob Hawke deal with when we come back from the road trip the California Roger were long underworld along it or should not be necessary for at the Dallas Stars and Dallas in LA and I'm in San Jose before the lightning finally back home on February the fourth come back with my final statement with Greg next for three the lightning beat the kings in the shoot out there when the shoot out to one of lighting radio.
"bob hawke" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Till nine weeknights on your election connection seven ten W. O. R. radio station it is forty eight degrees at midnight good morning I'm Paul the Castro there's a massive six alarm fire in Somerset County firefighters have been battling the blaze for about four hours the fire broke out in an apartment building on east main street near mountain Avenue shortly before eight PM photos and video showing flames spreading to both sides of the street in Gulf thing of building in the boroughs downtown commercial district no injuries reported and they expect to be battling the blaze throughout the night tragedy on Long Island a fourteen year old boy was struck and killed while riding a bicycle in Oceanside Sunday cops say the team was riding around five PM when the driver of an SUV struck him the team not identified yet by police was attempting to cross daily Boulevard he was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead police say the driver of the SUV stayed at the scene Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is promising justice for the victims of the airliner that was shot down by any Ronnie in missile mark may feel what more I want to assure all families and all Canadians we will not rest until there are answers we will not rest until there is justice dozens of Canadian citizens were on the flight in a memorial service was held for those victims on Sunday yes it was a tragedy that should have never happened he also sure that officials are working to make sure there is a full transparent investigation of the crash Iran maintains that the plane was shot down accidentally isn't happen as Ron was launching missiles at American forces in Iraq in retaliation for a previous air strike mark Mayfield NBC news radio the news is brought to you by doctor Lindemans radiosurgery any your call two one two choices for more information a listen a doctor letterman's radiosurgery show coming up next here on seven ten W. O. R. NFL playoffs today Packers over the Seahawks the chiefs hammered the Texans and on the NBA hardwood it was the next beating the heat the nets got Bob Hawke here's your W. O. R. weather channel forecast high temperatures look remain above average for a good part of this work week finally heading back to seize all norms.
"bob hawke" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Now Robert Harwood and Todd Schnitt. Todd Schnitt, along with Robert Harwood busy show today. Bob, not only we gonna talk about the social security and Medicare changes in twenty nineteen. We're also going to talk about the roller coaster talking about market volatility up. And in fact, we're gonna get into a newsletter that you recently sent out to all of your clients at the Harwood financial group and it was a very well received newsletter. And it was absolutely spot on Bob. Let's get going not a moment to waste today. I gotta tell you, there's so much to talk about today, and you're right. We don't as a financial adviser not just good advice doing a good job with investments. I mean that's really important and good advice. But also good communication. You know, you wanna be able to communicate and keep everyone aware of what's going on. And that's one of the things I think we're really good at. And so when the market goes through these crazy times or, or this things, you know, you're hearing on the news, that might be scaring people Wilson out a nice little newsletter. The talks about what's going on. Why is this happening? What do we feel, we need to do and what we're doing about it, and, and that newsletter I wanted to make it available to our listener. So if our listeners would like a copy, or to get on the mailing list with us, whatever they to do, we're happy to share that information. A lot of the financial advisers and brokers out there. They're not good communicators. I think that's a problem. Well, listen, knowing you personally, as a friend for fifteen plus years, or so, number one, number two knowing that with your clients you have that one on one communication. But then also the newsletter that goes out. I mean, again you have that, that vast array communication and the beauty of your group your. You're happy to share your latest newsletter with all of our listeners, even if they're not client. So they can kinda get an introspective. A look see a peek into what the Harwood financial group is all about. And why you should probably become a client of the Harwood financial group and let them handle your financial situation. Here's a key thing you the markets frankly are bit of a mess right now. I'm pretty optimistic. We're going to talk about why optimism about things, but it really is challenging different than it used to be and communication become so important because you the vaster has to feel comfortable as we go through this, otherwise, you might make some very bad decisions. And so when you're advisors aren't communicating with you when they're not sitting meetings with you, whether or not Email, you when they're not talking to you. You may kind of inside make some, you know. Oh my gosh. I'm worried about this and makes it very bad. Decisions that hurt you, and so communication really is everything. And so we're trying to do the best we can. I think we're really good communicators. And I think that's one of the hallmarks recumbent fiduciaries here, but not just for Aries our fiduciaries that are really reaching out to our customers and keeping everybody inside the loop. Let me jump in and explain fiduciary many. No, it means others don't a fiduciary when Bob says that he and all of the people at his firm, the Harwood financial group are fiduciaries. It means that they are legally obligated to operate in the best interests of the client, not in the best interests of the bottom line of the firm like many big Wall Street firms. I mean really what it comes down to it. If if it just a broker, not a fiduciary. I mean they're ultimately responsibility is to the company and making sure the company makes a profit as a fiduciary. Bob hawke. Are would and his team. They must act in your best financial interests and not their own. I mean I the bottom line is why anyone works with anyone other than a fiduciary that escapes me that, that baffles me? Yeah. I agree with that. And, and I gotta tell you a lot of you here in the radio oughta people claim they're for do Sherry's other really aren't fiduciaries either. So you really wanna work with someone that has your interest at the forefront and not the road. And that's one of the problems with our industry is, there's a lot of incentives out there to sell you products and they are in some kind of commission or something from that. And it may or may not be in your best interest. And so you've got to really be careful who you work with. There's no wall that governs us. There's no all this has all financial vises must be reduced Sheri's. So you as the consumer need to know the difference between if the do Sherry in a non fiduciary and you should choose to work, only with producers. I mean why do you want us work with a sales per? Person that selling your product, they're making their commission and, and probably living pretty high on the hog and what if it doesn't work out, and you money they stole are their commission. That's not a good deal for you know it's not all right. Let's talk about the volatility in the markets, the wild swings and your insight. Yeah. Todd. I gotta tell you. And this is really important that the market has been extremely volatile now for over a year, and we kinda got used to after two thousand eight there was a really big market correction. We all remember that the they're almost talking about the next great depression with that. And the government applied stimulus to stimulate the markets, so that they wouldn't hit bottom and start climbing out, and with that stimulus to market went up and up and up for many, many years, and we all got used to not a whole lot of all Tilleke, but tip. Quickly. The stock market is volatile not this fall to it's crazy right now. But I gotta tell you something. It's crazy. But still good, and I and I know there's a people save once the next correction coming one is falling apart. You hear all these people on TV I call them the talking heads. You know, see their little head up there with their prognosis about things. They're talking about the next correction the next crash the next problem. Here's what I want to tell you, we're gonna, I'm gonna talk about why I feel this way. Let's give you the logic behind my statement. I think the market itself, the market by definition are businesses in the United States. I think these businesses are healthy, but there's a lot of noise and headwinds effecting it, causing this. Well, timoti? So it's actually a really good time to invest as long as you do it carefully, cautiously, is no longer the by anything, and everything goes up market anymore. We need to be really cautious about what. Invest in how you invest. And you've gotta get your safety net in place. You've got to make sure that if that next two thousand eight occurs, even though you're invested you're going to be okay. So today, we're going to talk about how we do that at our firm, we're going to talk about how we manage assets how you can reduce list risk. We're gonna talk about all these things today. But the first thing is talk about the market because frankly, I think that politics is crazy politics going on, and this wall toady in the market is really affecting people's ability to invest. And so I wanna talk about the, the market what's going on in? I believe things are actually looking pretty good. I mean, certainly not as bad as everyone's making it out to be, and things really aren't that bad. I mean, here's the good stuff Todd. Here's what's going on. Okay. We, we have a new tax plan and that tax plan is not only beneficial for businesses. But it's also benefit for people, but affectively, we've while we're taxes, and so all these businesses that are at a lower tax rate, become more profitable. And when we invest in the stock market, we are owners in that company. Right. And when they're growing or more profitable, our stock value goes up. That's how the stock market works. So companies actually are doing pretty well not all companies. Some companies are struggling right now. But in general, most of the companies we invest in are doing well, so that's good news. The other good news we have is people employed. I don't know if your member backing oh, wait, when no-one while people had jobs, but felt like no one had jobs. It was really terrible back there. There were so many people on point. But that's not the case people employed. In fact, things are so good that last Christmas was the best Christmas, spending wise, retail wise, twenty years. So to me, everything, looks, great companies are prov. -able you know, they're making money Federal Reserve is going to swell down there indicating raising interest rates as going to be good for the market. The trade war with China, that's affecting things. And things are starting to look better there as well. So to me, there's a lot of sunshine in the market says that the market should go up this year. I'm predicting that even though we're gonna have some speed bumps along the way that the end of the year, the market is going to be up we want to be invested, but I have to tell you that there's a lot of bad stuff out there also. So I'm talking about the good stuff. When we come back from break, I wanna talk about the bad stuff, so that we can kind of see what we're doing here at Harvard financial group to protect our customers. It is a right time to be invested, but you need to do it cautiously, you need to make sure your safety net is in place. You want to be smart about what you're doing what I'm seeing from people as they're not doing stuff. Your brokers are not making adjustments and you and the Horwood team. Team, you know had navigate these tricky. Interesting waters. And that's why our listeners should call you at the Harwood financial group to have a conversation to have that free CPR that complete planning review to have your team look over the current financial status, the current financial strategy of our listeners. We'll get into that, just the second also we wanna talk about interest rates, and the fed, and the fact that in twenty eighteen many thought that the fed was raising rates, too quickly, which put pressures on the market will discuss that also coming up in a bit. And all this affects everything to your car payments to your credit card debt, and the interest rate, you pay to mortgage, it, it, it across the board. So we want to get into all this in just a bit. We mentioned the news. Newsletter. A lot of things to offer you today here on the program. Totally free. Again, this is not a show that sells you stuff. This is not an infomercial. We're not trying to sell you a rotisserie chicken cooker that also talks about the stock market. Not we're not we're. That's not what the show's about. It's about education and talk about education here. We mentioned the newsletter. And Robert, you just put out a newsletter to all of your clients about the markets, which was very informative incredibly well received..
One Month After Australia's Un-Losable Election: Dissecting What Happened
"It's been a month since the federal election and the live apart. And the commentaries they remained in a state of disbelief and despair. This was, we will told the unlivable election. So just how did the pundits get my so badly? Roan is it fair to just blind? The polls will the coalition scare campaign as if scape campaigns never happened in politics. What do you think was this election reminder that many commentators, especially in the camera? Chris gallery. They really do. Leave in a bubble. Well, one veteran columnist consistently believed that the coalition had a pathway to victory and he's my guest today. Jared Henderson, now you've no doubt seen him as a regular guest on the inside, as you can read these call them every Saturday in the Weekend Australian, and he publishes a Wally read blog called media watch dog. Now, jeff. Rod is one of the leading historians of the liberal party. He's books include Menzies child, liberal party of Australia and Santa Maria. A most unusual man as published by immu p the Papp's Jared's. Mine work is executive director of the Sydney institute. Jared, it's great to have you on between the lines. Thanks for the invitation to them. Now, what are the punditry get the election so badly? Wrong, what I think you've got to look at brief contemporary history here. We know that the polls go to wrong with Trump's victory. The polls got it wrong with bricks and the penetration Australia should have been aware that Paul's aunt, who is reliable. But in a in a sense, I think must of the commentators in most of the journalist wanted the coalition defeated, and there was a sort of projection onto the electric of their own views. They didn't believe that the coalition was worthy of government. They didn't believe modem timbale should have been overthrown. They wanted the. Coalition replaced, and I think they projected onto the electric debuts day held without checking out what the views the electric hill, and I think biolog-, many of them are out of touch some common title is on the lift such as professor Judith Brit, from Latrobe university shoot. She took to the cover story in the monthly magazine leading up to the my I election. And she said that this was the headline laced self interest groups, the liberal party has little lift, but appeals to the hypocrisy on her lawn was that the liberals must be hoping that enough of it supporters. These are woods hours, morally bankrupt as it has become happy to try the planets, and they children's future for pocketful of Silva. Judas breath is very often wrong on these matters. It's twenty five years ago. She predicted the end of the liberal party that didn't work out too well, and then I saw her piece in the monthly, but it's rather superficial. Peace and innocent Sasol fractious pace because what she's saying is that Australian shouldn't be primarily consumer their economic interests. Now, I always sought before the campaign during the campaign that essentially Australians would those on their economic interest, because that was the only thing that can really determine about others thought that they should vote on perceptions of climate change who perceptions about the liberal party. But that's not how have worked in the past and, and make sense. If, if you'll someone on on modest to listen, modest means you're gonna look look after self. And, and I think it's wise that you do that. It's not simply self. It's also you family. I think there was a tendency of many of the commentariat heated look down on other astray ins they thought privately I thought they wouldn't express it they thought they went as. Well educated today with I wanted us in a sense that as morals with wanting, the real big issues. I mean in, in a meeting, I did very few discussions before the vixen vetted, one, one business Madiun, David Maron, Jennifer Hewett, and David Meyer. Showed me, the whole election was going to be decided on climate change and suggested David that he might drive out to the suburbs. So into some of the regional towns to find out what people really talking about about. He didn't do this and I didn't finish to the MAs of the will that they, they are get out clause now is that, well that would just following the polls and the polls consistently said that the coalition would not win the election and raises the question. And we saw the same phenomenon happen both with Brexit and Trump. And we've talked about the shy Trump factor that people feed and meeting, I'd vote for the Republican nomination, because he was socially unacceptable during the twenty sixteen Brexit referendum Paul's pointed to remind. Find victory millions of. Scheib residencies unite crypt into the Pauling booze. I voted leave you'll saying the same phenomenon heath. Well, we are saying the same here, but there's another factor. It's wrong to blame the Pels in in this insulin, usually, the Pels arrived, this time, the weren't right? But in any event, the magin was fifty one and a half to forty eight and a half. And that's still within the magic mirror. So very unwise for any journalist to say, well, look, the coalition's behind by that, much, of course, look at ninety ninety three when Paul Keating won a come from behind election victory Johnson. That was a classic wasn't it. Well, it was in 'cause pull ditties victory speech out in the western suburbs. And he come into the second eleven of journalists being sent. All the I live in was hanging around waiting for Joan his victory speech, which he, which he never delivered. So in a column, I did the Australian before in the period of the election said, Labour's, he went from a position on three occasions, not seventy two with Gulf with him. He was not a popular figure, but a huge figure then with Bob Hawke, who was both very popular figure, and a huge figure. And with Kevin rod who wasn't a huge figure, but a very popular figure. Now, when you look at it that way, Bill, shorten wasn't at that level. And then there was this fixation among sections of the press. Go raise it, the review among sections, the prescription some other commentators, that's okay for the liberal party to have a later who might win provided his name, Malcolm Turnbull, preps. Julie bishop. They didn't believe that the term should have been replaced, and therefore, they didn't believe that Morrison could win because they predicted they've you of turn belong to the electorate. But the electric didn't have that view of timber all guest is Jared Hinson is a columnist with the. Australia now on election, not the vanquish Tony Abbott. He talked about a political realignment in this country. Let's heave from the former prime minister. There is something of a rail lineman poets going on rolling around this country. It's clear that in what might be described as working seats. We are doing so much better. It's also clear in, at least some of what described as wealthy Sates way undoing it tough. And the Green Left is doing better. They will be gripe deal of analysis of the pot that climate China deal did not ply in the ring outcome. And let me just say these says, my first word if not necessarily my last word on this subject. Climate change is
"bob hawke" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Did you? As gosh. Show co a berry. Joe dates or out. Thank you, Michael, we have been very emphasize music, something antipathy. And because a guest is load Conrad Black. Follow him on Twitter, Conrad and black, the author of the new book Donald J Trump president, like no of. And I have to ask a question about the end tippety, look, I'm biased. I worked for the president. You've had business dealings with the president. He recently pod from this outrageous. Kef esque experience, you had with the American legal system, but it's hard to deny wherever you stand, politically Conrad there is a global phenomena, whether it's Brexit, whether it's the elections in Hungary in Austria in Italy, the Trump effect. And now Australia is simply undeniable, is it not? It is. And while I don't approve of what they're doing something of it in the Jones. The original spark, and that is as I saw from a distance, where the complaints about excessive taxation to pay for programs. Actually put people who were. Yes, because supposed to change problems that haven't been substantiated and that as you all get in France. Get everyone crowding in and everyone with a grievance practically everybody in France at all times comes into it, and then all sorts of nonsense happens, but going to us trillion. I don't know how familiar your, your listeners what be with that country, but I once was leading shareholder, principal newspapers and I know the country. Well, and I still have some interest not, but and it's it's a magnificent country but it's a natural resources country. And you know. Mining and to some degree for product, and some agriculture and a bit of off shore oil, but it's a rich country but it doesn't do much manufacturing and the labor party which despite the name is normally not particularly left wing party party of Bob Hawke, and Paul Keating. They went completely haywire like this wave trending for the democrat and quite rapidly. Just. Off the wall. Just it was exactly it was sort of strange spike in our bureau pattern, and they produced program of so curric- go green green terror worthy of Casio and and, and was seen him because the media and the academics were all in favor of it. But this was way for Australia to take the leadership in the democratic world and preparing us for the wonderful future. We're going to have living under statue and win to work. They, it was a soom labor got absolutely bond. And there's got to be a good message in this for, for the Republicans, I would say an and interesting message for this country, which will be having an election in the fall. So Canada Canada next. Maybe I would say there's a as of now there's a real chance of it. Yeah. The polls indicate the government is in difficulties. And, and, and one of the reasons is well, they didn't go completely off the deep end, the way yesterday, labor party, the Canadian, liberal party is generally as inference burning. But, but they have they pushed the they pushed the ecological thing, too far, and they've aggravated everybody trying to put over carbon tax in the interest of saving the planet when doing imposing tax increase, because I don't how to manage officiant. But, but the but I but the, the message here is, I think consistently things that you said it here is a very sophisticated prosperous democratic country. The soup says, no, we're not having we're boating pocketbook and we're not going to be run by, by a bunch of ecological sheriff. You see what really happened? It seems to me is that after the defeat of international left in the Cold War. They crowded into the environmental move this, it's really a bunch of bird watchers. Butterfly collectors, and Sierra Club, and people wanted to stop water blues in an era believe basically decent people, green pieces of it tires but they were basically. All right, then and it's been friends Mogre fade by the fanatic battering ram capitalism guys, I'm saving the planet. Right. And it's fraud Conran. Incidentally, the fine stick was a but in the most Tur's was was President Trump. And he said, it's called weather. Person. Reagan asked about the Cold War said, we win what what's your strategy? We win. They lose my favorite. Analogy is, it's a watermelon. Green on the outside deep deep red Marxist on the inside. We all talking to Conrad Black. Follow him on Twitter, Conrad and black and by his new book now, Donald J Trump president, like no other and his.
"bob hawke" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The author of the new book, Donald J Trump president, like, no of have to ask a question about the end tippety, look, I'm biased. I work for the president. You've had business with the president. He recently pod Jew from this. Outrageous. Kef esque experience, you had with the American legal system, but it's hard to deny where have you stand politically Conrad. There is a global phenomena, whether it's Brexit, whether the elections in Hungary in Austria in Italy. The Trump effect. And now Australia is simply undeniable, is it not it is. And while I don't approve of what they're doing something of it in the Jones. The original spark, and that is as I saw from distance, where the complaints about excessive taxation to pay for programs that actually put people out who were because of supposed climate change problems haven't been substantiated and, and, and that as you always, get in France. You get everyone crowding in and everyone with treatments, practically everybody in France at all times comes into it, and then all sorts of nonsense happens, but, but going to stralia I don't know how familiar your, your listeners would be with that country. But I once was leading shareholder, principal newspapers and I know the country. Well, and I still have some interest. They're not publishing but and it's it's a magnificent country but it's a natural resources country. And you know it's. Mining and to some degree forest product and some agriculture and a bit of off shore oil, but it's a rich country but it doesn't do much manufacturing and the labor party which despite the name is normally not particularly left wing party party. Bob Hawke and Paul Keating. They went completely haywire like this wave of trending, the democrat and quite rapidly. Just off the wall. Just it was exactly it was sort of strange, spike in, in their behavioral pattern, and they produced program of so curric- go green green terror worthy of Casio and. And and was seen him because the media and the academics were all in favor of it. But this was the way for frustrating to take the leadership in the democratic world and preparing for the wonderful future. We're gonna have living under and to work. They, it was a soom, the labor got absolutely bond. And there's got to be a good message in this for, for the Republicans, I would say and interesting message for this country, which will be having an election, the fall, so kind of Canada next. Maybe I would say, there's a as of now there's a real chance but yeah, the polls would indicate the government is in difficulties and, and, and one of the reasons is while they didn't go clearly off the deep end, the way, the labor party. The comedian liberal party is generally as inference burning, but they have they pushed the they pushed the ecological. Thing too far, and they've aggravated everybody by trying to put over carbon tax in the interest of saving the planet when doing imposing tax increase, because I don't manage officiant. But the but I but the, the message here is I think consistently things view said here is a very sophisticated prosperous democratic country. The soup says, no, we're not having we're voting pocketbook. And we're not going to be run by, by a bunch of ecological. What's really happened? It seems to me is that after the defeat of international left and the Cold War. They crowded into the environmental move. This is really a bunch of bird watchers other collectors and Sierra Club. And people wanted to stop water believes in an era believes, basically decent people agreeing pieces of it tires, but they were basically. All right. Then in trends, Mogre fade by the fanatic battering ram capitalism. Guys, saving the planet. Right. And, but it's pleats fraud. Incidentally, the funds was a but in the most Tur's was was the President Trump, and he said, it's called weather. When person Reagan asked about the Cold War said, we win. What's your strategy we win? They lose my favorite. Analogy is, it's a watermelon. Green on the outside deep deep red marks on the inside. We all talking to Conrad Black. Follow him on Twitter, Conrad and black and by his new book now, Donald J Trump president, like no other and his writings at one of my favorite websites, American greatness, A M greatness dot com..
Explainer 166: Was Australias shock election result really that shocking?
"The results of the federal election held in a stray Lee. This past weekend was one delighted the country's bookmakers except the one betting firm regarded the thing as such a foregone conclusion that they paid out on victory by the opposition labor party before vote was counted. Believed in miracles. And tonight we've been delivered in the what. Not for the first time in recent memory, the electorate of a western democracy declining to do as pundits and posters. Had confidently predicted a stray Lia returned to office, the conservative liberal national party coalition, led by incumbent prime minister Scott Morrison, despite more than three years of polling showing a consistent lead for the labor party led by Bill shorten. I, I. And we'll wanting to hold out of the also, it's obviously not all of them. It is, perhaps, tempting four to cast Morrison's, unlikely victory as yet, another populace tantrum thrown by these spoilt, people of a wealthy and orderly nation comparable with the Brexit vote of two thousand sixteen the election of Donald Trump the same year and the handing the reins of power in several European countries and regions to sorted varieties of cowboy. But this is not that the result of the two thousand nineteen Australian federal election is instead, something of a political paradox, being both surprising and predictable. It is surprising inasmuch as nobody expected it, at least not this time, but predictable in the sense that it is the nineteenth occasions since the end of World War, Two on which ustralia has elected, the liberal party and its conservative coalition partners, far from being another furious, incoherent tipping over of the tables, this may have been a rare vote for steady as she goes business as usual looked at like that. When contemplating the global context, it might even be vaguely reassuring. Which brings us to the question of what kind of prime minister Scott Morrison will be not before Saturday question that many thought even worth asking Morrison became prime minister in a party room coup only last August, and it was widely suspected that he was destined to be remembered if at all, only by these setters of pub, quizzes seeking to start arguments among competing teams over the identity of strenuous, twenty fifth florist serving prime minister. Instead Morrison finds himself with a full three year term ahead of him and every chance of being the first Austrailia and prime minister to complete one for more than a decade. This is not just due to the against the odds victory Morrison one at the weekend. But the manner of it Morrison whose pre politics background walls in marketing substantially sidelined, the rest of his front bench and may Delek Shen all about him hoping that he's slightly labored, persona of an awkward Ernest suburban dad would connect of let a few things about the prime minister of the last couple of days of whipped up on this visit that we've both chosen well, in terms of MRs body Miranda, and gin you, and I, maybe punching a bit above are white, but nevertheless, that the tactic worked is self evident, but Morrison will not necessarily find the going easy from here, though his win on Saturday was remarkable. It was also close and on a few key issues. Morrison is comfortably in minority among his fellow Australians. He is a Pentecostal Christian and instinctive social conservative. Not a common outlook in a largely secular and increasingly small l liberal country and Morrison is if not an outright climate change skeptic, then a climate change equivocated who now finds himself leading a people who consistently list the environment among the most pressing concerns. This seems to have been one of the reasons though the list of possibilities on this front is not short. Why the voters of were ringer, a hitherto, solid liberal seat on the proverbially, prosperous, north shore of Sydney dumped their long-serving MP, and former liberal, prime minister and big weirdo, Tony Abbott. It doesn't hurt to lose, but sided I'd rather be a loser and quit. Perhaps more interesting question than how the liberal party and Scott Morrison won this election is the one asking how the labor party and Bill shorten lost the supposedly on lose -able. They may have been an answer. In the notably bipartisan national mourning prompted by the death a couple of days before polls opened of Bob Hawke, one of shortens predescessors, as leader of the labour party and prime minister of stray Leah from nineteen eighty three to nineteen ninety one this government, Mr Speaker has the resources that talent and the skill maj, this dramatic vices better, and stronger, and even more prepared to put the interest of the ordinary threat in the country. Was by any measure, a substantial prime minister, but he was also a supreme political communicator, who understood the country needs to see something potential leader of what it is, or what it wishes to become in a stray Lia the liberal party traditionally offers the status quo labor. The vision Bill shorten in the estimate of a majority of the stray Leah's voters offered, neither his successor as leader of the labour party has both need and an opportunity to think big. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Miller.
"bob hawke" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Know about the basics of elections in Australia? Well, the very different from elections here in the United States in particular, because our head of state is the Queen who just happens to live in England. And our prime minister the most powerful person in politics is chosen by the potty. That has the biggest numbers in the house of representatives. So if you were to look at the American system, currently prime minister ease the equivalent of Nancy Pelosi because it's the potty which controls that lower house, and that is all the focuses. So as I mentioned earlier, many said, that climate change was going to be the defining issue in this election. True. It's an interesting one. It was a big issue. And there were a lot of other issues tax cuts will fare reform, a whole heap of other issues out Santa, lift party, the labor party Winton with a huge load of ideas because they thought for a very long time they were a long way ahead in the pulse, but climate change has been a huge issue now into starting politics dating back to really two thousand seven when a labor. Prime minister said it was the greatest moral challenge of time strategy gets huge numbers of bushfires wildfires. Floods droughts the rest of it. So it's always kind of in the national consciousness, in paps way. It's not here. But. Every time a politician has tried to tackle the issue and put forward. Plans to the missions, carbon emissions in particular that have pretty quickly found themselves in political, strife. And it is a major reason is kind of political scene has looked like an episode of game of thrones. We've had six different prime ministers in less than a decade after going eleven knees, having a just the same prime minister end strands of fairly kind of center, right? Probably on the whole. And so it is a it's being an extraordinary period of political upheaval climate change has had a huge role in that wondering if this is a good time to mention that I don't watch game but I think it's still got that relevant. Now, you mentioned that, you know, changes in the conscience of been more there than it is here. How different would you say that the debate is down under then the one that we see in here here in the US? Well, the debate industry pretty simple strategy has been a leader in certain fields. We've contributed to major wars, we've back the United States and a whole range of things even though we were pretty small country, twenty five million people. We like to. I think that on the global stage we outbid and the push for action on climate change largely centers around the fact that has very high per capita emissions, and therefore, we should be doing something on the flipside, opponents of doing too much say, hang on a strategy has these enormous reserves of coal. It's made us very very wealthy. Particularly in some parts of the country, and we should keep exporting it to China and India and whoever else wants it because the fact of the matter is that strategy is only one point three percent of global emissions, no matter how much we cut we not going to save the planet saved the Great Barrier Reef and that all on our own and the argument in the other direction has always been. We shouldn't put in a great new tax strategies when the United States, China, India, and not doing anything, Jared via the website, the one A dot org says instead of focusing on reducing emissions, even if this involves significant costs, the politicians should focus on adaptation. This also will be expensive, but will actually produce good results. Most of the Australian pop. Relation lives close to the ocean, and they need to be protected from storms and rising sea levels and the time to push hard on. This is now. Yes. Well, I think that, that is probably why some people saw this as the climate change election. They thought that the centre-left labour party was in front facade alone, that everyone thought that now they would get an electoral mandate to go ahead and implement not as strong climate change actions actually being proposed in the past, but some sort of plan, which is alluded, national political leaders for twelve years, or so, now, it's really it's, it's so hard to express, how much it's divided almost every single political party. And I think what we're going to see now is the coalition government, which won a surprise victory very narrow surprise victory and defied, fifty four consistent weeks of opinion polling, the I think that are going to move very, very cautiously. And I think that you can pretty confidently say that on this topic of climate change strategy was not like. To be one of the latest, buddy, if they was movement elsewhere, I think that they would do their part because I think one of the interesting things that we saw in this election. And we've seen it elsewhere. There's been some comparisons. Donald Trump reliably informed last night told Malcolm told Scott Morrison on new prime minister that he thought they were echoes of his victory and also Briggs it in the strenuous result. And the one thing that we did say, is that in pretty wealthy conservative Sates. There was a swing to the Santa lift partly because of a whole heap of tax and social issues, but also climate, change definitely played a role, including in the asking of former prime minister a guy called, Tony habit. But in some of the regions, particularly in central Queensland, which is always a kind of very divided. Swing area can go either way, where there is a proposal to build one of the biggest coal mines in the world. They all swung very heavily to the Santa. Right. And in Queensland in particular labor was pretty much annihilated. And no one was predicting that coming into it. That was probably the biggest shock of. And it is the main reason that the coalition government in astronomy. We'll have third ten. Why did the polls get it so wrong? Why do we trust polls anymore? So the big difference that I really have to stress in Australian politics to most other western countries is that voting in Australia is compulsory, and turn out is always between ninety and ninety five percent. I think it might have even been above ninety five percent at this election. What that does is it means that you cannot campaign on the far right? All the file. If you have to go for the middle ground because everyone pretty much goes out and costs about ballot. So you really focusing on the center. So when you when I'm saying Cinta left center, right? You should be thinking, maybe Biden, Democrats. The George Bush senior Republicans. They pretty much agree on a whole range of economic issues. They agree, very, very broadly on international policy. The alliance with the United States, how to deal with China. These kind of things argued about. And that's why smaller issues, perhaps, like climate change are amplified. In the national consciousness. On the other hand in this campaign lay became in saying that they were going to reform, a whole lot of tax loopholes and benefits for older. Sterling's coalition said these new taxes is a big texting Sindelar government. They tried to portray them as kind of socialists, tried to portray them as more radical than they have been in the past. And therefore, I think what we saw a lot of older studies in particular, say, now let's stick with the status quo. The economy, we haven't had a recession for twenty s y change. And I think that was a huge deciding factor. And I think intense why the polls got it wrong. I can give you a good answer. A lot of pulses have been wanting for some time that the polls had being becoming less accurate, but they do have an exceptionally good record in they've picked most of the previous elections within a few points of the percent. It's not like he polls have been widely wrong in the past, and that's why this was such a shock. So what were some of the other major issues discussed this time around and you mentioned earlier on tax cuts, for example. And a question did the labor party, expect the recent death of former. Prime minister Bob Hawke to drive more people to the polls years. So on Bob Hawke, he was probably one of I mean, anyone from any political perspective. We look back through a strategy in history and probably rank Bob Hawke in their top three prime ministers. He was exceptionally popular. He was a live of politician. He came from the union movement in a strategy, but he really adopted economic reform, along with a guy who succeeded him, ultimately nine poll, Katie and together they reform, the Estonian economy and have been a huge pot. We haven't had a recession since it has been it opened up the country to trade tariffs, low at, and there's been a real consensus on that in the past. And I think what the labor party motivating hoping of, say they had no idea that Bob Hope would die this time he'd been sick for a while they were hoping that, that might the leader of the labour party Bill shorten who also came to the union movement kind of bane being tied to that in some way, I spoke to a couple of infect Phillies. From a form of prime minister, who said that he thought that Bob Hope was going to have huge impact, he thought that'll probably nudge labor of the line. But it didn't in terms of the other big policy issues really tax reform. I mean, that was kind of the interesting thing, I think, looking at the last US election, the coalition had sect to its previous prime ministers. It was hopelessly divided on a whole range of issues, but they came out. Scott Morrison renovate. Good campaign, and evasively campaigned is unkind of the Dag dad a strategy going to the football. I like drinking beer. Eating eating pies. And I don't want to change things too much. But I wanna give you all a tax cut, I want you to old to get out there and have a go, and I think that I think the Wall Street Journal actually sums this up a little bit in an editorial in some of its coverage, and it said that there is a risk when a government is on the knows full and opposition to think that the nations moving in their ideological direction. And I think that's kind of way, the labor party might have got it wrong if it campaigned on a couple of those things, I think it probably would have got over the line, but as an. Cumulation of these huge reform to tax as well as climate change. And it was well as a few other social issues, I think, strengthens in regional parts of the country, mainly sort of took a second. No. Thanks and quickly after the shock of last night, which we just talked about what are you going to focus on next in your reporting? I mean, are you in other ozzy's? Are you exhausted? At this point after the campaign, I think it's really interesting because the coalition didn't really come in with a huge agenda. It said, we're gonna detects cuts so does have kind of a clean slate. I think what a lot of people are hoping industries that so many prime ministers have been turned over this being such political turmoil. And yet the economy has been doing pretty well. And I think a lot of Estonians are hoping for a kind of period of relative stability. What was significant in the results was that briefly briefly, was that one foam prime minister who had caused a lot of the division within the coalition lost his seat. And a lot of others said, we are really going to now back Scott Morrison so. I think most astronomers will be hoping for a period of relative calm next up. We'll speak with Senator, Tom cotton, lots to discuss including why his time serving in the army as a funeral escort at Arlington National Cemetery left such a lasting, Mark..
"bob hawke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ninety six nineteen minutes past the hour. Let's get a news update with a Baxter at all. Right. Thank you, Bryan. Theresa May's part is confronted her and forced her to agree to set a time line to quit as prime minister will have one more chance to present her plan, the first of June and then step down. Federal judge ordered portions of special counsel, Robert Muller's report to be unredacted. Acted made public former national security adviser, Michael Flynn says there were several attempts from person to obstruct the Russia investigation. US President Donald Trump, laying out new immigration plan to change the current migration system to one of merit. Australians, go to the poll tomorrow. Pull a potential of a seven the government in twelve years. Meanwhile, farmer PM, Bob Hawke has passed away best known for his representation of labor unions, and Taiwanese legislator scheduled to decide today on legalizing or not same sex marriage. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter, power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Alright one thanks. We're joined here in, in our Hong Kong studio now, by Dr gung, he's co founder and executive chairman of one one one one one one runs China's largest online pharmacy. And also operates an on. Online hospital. The company IPO in the US back in September two thousand and two thousand eighteen now gone in China, you can get everything delivered unit from your morning coffee to grow. She's just as you're stepping you to your door event of the day. But when it comes to delivery of drugs, what is it about the Chinese healthcare system? That makes it so that there's so much demand for online delivery of medicines. Certainly in China now, healthcare system is broken as you know, that people average, spend three hours every time to see a doctor the real culture come the patient time. So when you seven minutes scusi, a lot of wastage traffic, how waiting on due to resource shortage, and due to that the whole system is very, very inefficient. So we, we ourselves. We are internet health company. We try to build the largest integrated online. Off-line healthcare platform in China. So we have online hospital with over two thousand vouchers survey online to do online, noses consultation, we'll have online pharmacy wants those position Saddam come before they tala line if I'm ac-. We give up the ship to customers homes. So give our consumers lot of in, but I think to be fair that China's healthcare into say only began privatizing in the nineteen nineties. I mean, is it fair to say that some of this is kind of normal growing pains? Yes. It's it's not just normal. I think the whole system is quite bike word in well, what other main pinpoints for the consumers this difficult to see can medication and expensive to buy jobs for the whole truck delivery system. The pain points can described is low efficiency, and lack of transparency, as you can see that in China the fund companies the distribution systems, and the whole retail system. So very, very fragmented. For example, in China will have over four hundred fifty thousand drugstores on the largest chain store has less than two percent market share for teach bution. I've over thirteen thousand abusers on this multi tier distribution, very low efficiency, and lack of transparency. But in USA as you know, that just three retailers like CVS Walgreens Rite Aid. More than eighty five percent of market, share on distributor, like McKesson ABC and cardinal health or to have one on ninety percent of market share. So the large. Companies were have a scaly fact that lower cost KFC efficiency now, the, the Chinese government also has been acting lots of regulatory changes policies to bring down the cost of medicine, for example, right there. There's now a book buying process for drugs and a lot of drug makers and you guys apply drugs, as well are saying that margins are going to be really clicked because of that. What, what are the challenges that you're facing now with this new set of, of, of, of rent regulations coming in, I think that the regulations are twelve favor? We.
Bob Hawke, Leah And Prime Minister discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
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"About three weeks out right now, obviously with the rain. So kind of how we figure it is every day of rain is about two days lost in production. I know I know, but the stuff still comes in the door. So we've got a service at that way too. What about the planting and trimming and all that sort of stuff is that back that as well. It is well the plantings we can plant. We just have to get our plants now from the nursery everything is is now starting to grow. Okay. Thank god. Because it's warm. Yes. Indeed. We haven't had one we haven't had consecutive days of sixty plus in a really really long time goes to the two years ago. I think. Exactly exactly or you can move somewhere warm like southern California. Right. You're talking about that earlier. We both lived out there. My question to not question. But for people that are thinking about trimming their shrubs right now. Let's be real careful about what we're trimming. Okay. What do we dream? Well, you can trim some shrubs if they're not flowering like a lilac. You don't wanna touch lilac, right? Right. And even even boxwood at this time on. Yeah. You don't want to trim your box would just because there's a potential to get light on it. Doing it too early. So I would just hold off on trimming. We typically start trimming in June. But with the late bloom that we've had this year. It's ridiculous. So we're going to be pushed off another month. Probably what can I trim? No. Well, you could trim all your if you want to trim any kind of non flowering shrub that'll be fine. Other other than your box. Would you can maybe trim some us just cut off a little bit of the new growth and you'll be fine. So I wouldn't be I wouldn't do too much trimming of anything at this point. But if you've if you've got something that's brushing against the house or your air conditioner unit. You can feel free to trim that away from there. But let's not do any kind of shaping our normal normal, trimming like you deal in June. Okay. And is funny that your breath, and I talked about this. But I actually heard someone last week saying to get my lawn mowed before the snow comes and that was concentrate you couldn't hear that. That sort of thing. Well, I ran home after listening to to Brett in Jim last week, and I ran home, and I started mowing my lawn, and it was snowing and I have continued, but I ran out of gas and I didn't have any gases yesterday. They went through with my snow blower this year. So it's crazy. It really is. Boy, we loaded dad calls, right? Mas. Greg, Joey, let's see let's take at least a couple of before we go to our first break. And this is going to be Bob in Brookefield. I Bob Hawke. We help you today. I did I have a couple of crab the my yard. And they keep getting shoots coming off the routes around the Trump is there a way to stop that. Or do you just cut it off every year? Unfortunately, they're not there's no way to stop that. You don't want to put any kind of nonselective herbicide or weed killer around the base to kill those. That's just the way that the crabs grow. You just going to need to go. I had them to my friend. You need to go out there with a pair of hand. Cheers, and just clip them off. But it's not it's not a bad thing. But it is unsightly. It is out sightly. Thanks for the call. Thank you. Thank you. Bob is Bob hangs up. We've got overlying on accurate mortgage talk and text line four one four seven nine nine one six twenty and let's go to Paul in mosquito. Hey, Paul welcome to the designer yard show. Good morning. For after munitions eight thank you for taking my call. We have some boxwoods that are we've had over twenty years of they've always been doing really well several years ago. I talked with Bratton he had recommended some kind of a hammock that's like almost all the put on them over the wintertime, so that they don't get desiccated from high winds we've always done that. Unfortunately this year for some reason they've all turned yellow almost like a golden as if they are dying someone internal back, and I said, no way, you don't do that, you know, 'cause you're saying obviously at the blind or whatever, you know, from lack of watering and not necessarily true because we want him heavily into fall before in the ground freezes. But for some reason this year, they've kind of turned yellow, and I don't know if you know exactly what it is. Or what I should be doing. What was happening? If you look at it. Now, the yellowing it could be. Enter desiccation. But my question to you is how far on the stem or not the stem, but the leaf and the base of the leaf is it just as a topical. Or is it go all the way in through the centre Schroeck? It was all down to the center core. Almost like if you know I've had some over the years where they started to do that. He did die off. And you know, I trimmed off those, and, but you know, they ended up dying out and rip them out. And I'm just wondering if is there a light stand knows what there might there might be. There might be a lesbian. You said over twenty years. There could be what I would do is shoot a picture to me. And then we can see what we can do going from there. How do they do that? The call the call the phone number two six two three nine two three four four four. Give us a call. And they'll give you my Email van city. Okay. We'll be right back, and we'll be talking with a bar about Grafton about some knockout roses and next six twenty WTMJ. I'm Brett octa Nagin. Boehner of bread Acton. Hagan seasonal services and host of WTMJ's the designer yard show as a landscape expert. I know how Porton first impressions are do you own or manage a commercial property in southeastern Wisconsin? What's the first impression your property crates in the eyes of your visitors? What do your clients or more importantly, your employees think when they arrive shaky plants weedy grass and litter in the parking rut is not the first impression you wanna create product.
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"Weather event. The Edgerton being used by storm team four meteorologist, Brian is dancing is unprecedented urologist Jesse Rick a few clouds and cold temperatures. Head into the weather center meteorologist Brian got her good afternoon. Good afternoon. Everyone NewsRadio WTMJ. I don't have a vision for your backyard Lieber to the experts. Here's more of a designer yard show with Brett Boxton Hagen on WTMJ. Well, as we said Prescott the certified Arborist Joanna says with us for seasonal services. And so is Bob for Milwaukee. Bob hawke. Can we help you today? All right. I was curious. My folks have a home on the holy hill her. Yeah. And Willie live trees very old oak bay, and you're in some Birch. But there's there's a tree out there that believe it's an ash. And it's a number of trees. The first layer of bark is is calling off. Oh, sure. This an animal is climbing up the tree. But it goes all the way the top report game camera was an animal, and the only thing we could see was an ear squirrel or two once in a while. But it's like it's like the first layer of bark that feeling often pieces of like inches two inches. Oh, sure. And it comes off it almost looks like it's been taken down to them. But I know it's not entire okay. Joe's got I think I know where you're going. I talked about it. When we we mentioned that this is the thing and using our bet, it's bad. It's probably emerald ash Borer. If you're having a bark issue, do you notice any like circular holes or anything kind of abnormal that way up and down the tree at all? Or? I didn't. It looks like maybe just like like a bird was charity. You take your finger to it. You can actually feel pieces off. Yeah. You know, what that is assuming you've never had the tree treated or anything like that for emerald ash board that you're aware of no probably got ten acres of what? Land. They're very old. But this is the first time I noticed it. Shavings on the around the bottom of the tree. You know? They're just a mile so all the way up. So what that is. That's you know, I can almost tell you almost one hundred percent certainty that it is emerald Ashburn Lashkar is it's an insect. That's in southeast Wisconsin feeding on just pretty much targeting, ashtrays, it feeds underneath the bark. There's the larvae that feeds underneath the bark, and it actually suffocates the tree because it prevents the flow of nutrients up and down the tree. And what you probably noticing now is now you have woodpeckers that are coming in over the winter. So you recently noticed it this time of year is when we generally have what Packers coming in and they'll go through all the ashtrays and find those larvae that are over wintering there, and they'll start feeding on them causing holds up and down the tree just eat all of them. Well, once they're they're they're working on it. I could tell you it US Birdwatchers and the the woodpecker populations is exploding. So, but they'll go through they'll feed on the larvae, and they'll actually knock the bark off to as well, but but what's happening to that that tissue underneath his dad caused from the larvae and the trees naturally fluffing that off as well. So this is something that has been building up over the course of four to five years. And now it's gotten to the point where I it's caused enough damage that you're probably starting to notice it maybe for the first time now, but the the woodpecker damage is definitely a telltale sign you'll see you'll just see these entry holes all over the place. Just from those birds feeding on them up and down the tree enforces on what you can do. Yeah. Usually at this point. And kind of what you're describing. Unfortunately, it's probably too late for treatment got ten acres who'd be an awful lot of trees that gets awfully expensive. Yeah. Yeah. You know, usually with that. Scenario when when you when I come to a property, and we're we're dressing that. Usually first thing we want identifier. The most important trees because it's probably impractical to treat every tree on the property. So we identified the most important trees to your property, which ones are adding value, which ones maybe don't have the best structure that we can just say, hey, you know, what let's save our money will will budget to remove this tree down the road. But right now, let's address the most important trees get those treated and protected and then address those other ones as they kind of die and become hazardous will remove those. If someone wants to reach you out at seasonal services during the week out of the share. They can give a call at two six two three nine two three four four four. Okay, or seasonal services dot com. It's no service. You could also maybe this will help I don't know. But if we could take a picture and Email it to you. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, you can you can get pictures all the time tax messages, which are helpful to. And we can address it, you know, some things over the over the phone that way. But you know, usually in most scenarios I like to do a visual inspection. So we can get get to the real issue. But yeah, you can you can call into office. We can set up a point or or I can give you a main mail, and we can set up something like that. So so my Email is J O, E dot ADD. I s at seasonal services dot com. Joe Addison, seasonal services dot com. Okay. There was something. Oh, and you do cover that area. Yeah. Hill area. Yeah. I mean, we definitely with our plan healthcare. We actually have a pretty big range of of where treatment coverage airs. So the holy holy hill. Areas definitely within arrange the whole area. It's beautiful up there too. Isn't it? That's that's one of the areas in Wisconsin. Tell you what it's just about twelve thirty which means it's time to go into the WGM G twenty four hour newsroom and hear from Barry Nelson berry, Jim d Milwaukee police department just issuing a statement moments ago, saying public visitation and funeral services for officer. Matthew written are now scheduled for Wednesday. February thirteenth visitation will be held from nine AM to one PM with service to follow. Police honors will be conducted outside following the ceremony. The visitation service and honors will be held at oak creek assembly of God church at some Seventy-three eleven south thirteenth street. In oak creek two suspects connected with the deaths of the Milwaukee police officers in the last year, we're back in court this week the Dell Harrison pleading guilty to charges connected to the crash that killed officer Charles Irvine junior. Meanwhile, the trial for Jonathan Copeland. The man charged in the shooting death of officer Michael Mahal ski has been rescheduled for February twenty fifth because of the death of officer Rittner President Trump's reelection campaign. Has taken a quick note of Elizabeth warns presidential candidacy in sharply criticizing the democratic Senator setting her past claims of native American heritage Trump campaign manager Brad par scale says in a statement that Warren has been exposed as a fraud by the native Americans she impersonated and disrespected to her advantage to advance her professional career Warren made her presidential candidacy official this morning at a rally in Massachusetts..
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"Oh policies proposed in the past. But it really promise has nothing to do with the green new deal. You have an article in Forbes. Yes. Headlined, the green new deal how we will pay for it isn't a thing. And inflation isn't either how we will pay for something that congressman ocasio Cortez herself describes as massive government intervention. How we will pay for that is inter thing. So yeah, it is not. And here's why the thing that people often mistake make mistakes about as they think that the government has to sort of raise money before it can spend it. That's just not how it works the government. If you take a dollar Bill from your pocket read the top. It says Federal Reserve note, it's a promissory note. Issued by the fed it signed by the treasurer. And the Treasury Secretary we spend when we have to spend and we spend until their significant inflationary pressure. Now as I mentioned before there is no significant inflationary pressure. Even after seven trillion every tax cuts in wars expenditures. No appreciable inflation, even after ten years of the fed trying to reach a two percent inflation target from below still can't consistently reach it. Furthermore, of course, the green new deal as I mentioned before it will produce so much more in the way of products and services that you will essentially be able to sort of negate the inflation. Why would you think about this as remember that inflation is a relation right? It's relation between the quantity of money and the quantity of goods if the green deal increases the quantity of money in the economy and at the same time produces the increases the quantity of goods. There's no inflation problem to worry about. So when it comes to whether spending as a thing or debt is a thing or inflation does cross the bridge when you come to. It's nowhere in sight. It hasn't been for thirty years if it comes in. We know how to deal with it. But again crossed the bridge when you come to Republicans do it that way, that's the way we should do it. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York WHAT FM eight eight point one Trenton W, N J, P point, five Sussex, W N J y eighty nine point three NetCom, and w n j o ninety point three times wherever we are in New York and New Jersey public radio, and we're almost out of time. It's to ask him one. Last question really with Bob Hawke it and adviser to congresswoman Alexandria Cossio Cortes. These Aucoin Nell university law and public policy professor, and he's with the think tank associated with AFC, and that's called new consensus since you do go to Washington, and you involve with Senator Sanders and Senator wine at cetera as well as congresswoman ocasio critize, just one other thing on the politics speaker Pelosi did set up this select committee on the climate change crisis. But Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Is not on it and ocasio protests said yesterday that she chose not to be on it. So she could do her other work. Well, she is on the oversight committee subcommittee on the environment. So I'm just curious from your knowledge of Washington, where's the action going to be on this? So I think I actually think the real sort of how should I put it kind of forward action? The real forward-looking action is probably going to be on on the congresswoman's subcommittee. Because she's of course, the sort of locus of energy on this. My guess is that the select committee will be helpful as well. It'll probably do good work. But my guess is it'll be much more cautious than we'll be the subcommittee again, simply because the most energetic member of congress right now is Representative because you're Cortez, and she isn't indeed on that subcommittee, and they can start holding hearings and things like that. Indeed, they can do so much, and you just just watch there's going to be an awful lot. I just hope we can keep up with her. Pocket from Cornell and the AFC team. Thank you so much for coming in to our studio. We really appreciate it. Let's do it again. Thank you, Brian. It's a dream come true for me. Thanks so much Brian Lehrer on WNYC where it's time for the latest news with Richard Hake. Which are what's happened. Hi, Brian acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker says he has not interfered in any way in the special counsel. Russia investigation Whitaker also testified that he has not talked to President Trump or senior White House officials about the acting attorney general is being questioned in a somewhat contentious hearing of the democrat led House Judiciary committee this hour. The publisher of the National Enquirer says, it will investigate Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is allegation that it threatened to publish revealing personal photos of him unless he stopped investigating how the tabloid obtained his private exchanges with a mistress American media Inc. Says in a statement issued this warning that it acted lawfully while reporting the story bazo says that he's the target of extortion and blackmail police fatally shot a man in lower Manhattan earlier this morning after he suddenly stabbed another person the. NYPD was responding to reports of domestic dispute just before seven and a building on cherry street near the Manhattan. Bridge officials say multiple officers fire a total of five shots at the suspect. After he broke away from police and stabbed another man in the apartment that man is in stable condition. Police say there was an order of protection against the suspect. And a history of domestic violence calls to that address. Governor Cuomo in lawmakers are on the path legalizing recreational marijuana, but a number of coalition say the state is moving too fast carrying to wit reports. The head of the New York state sheriff's association and Oneida county sheriff rob Michelle predicts legalizing adult recreational marijuana is going to lead to drug driving people will die as a result of folks making the destructive decision of using marijuana in an operating a motor vehicle. He says at the very least the measure should include funding for police to hire and train more drug recognition experts county health officials in New York are also asking for more funding to deal with public. Health effects, and they say there's been so little research on the drug that the long term health effects, are unknown. Governor Cuomo delivered an attack on the MTA in a speech to business leaders WNYC, Stephen Nessin reports that he criticized everything from the agency's management to how it cleans the floors while the governor criticize the agency for wasting money and having a dysfunctional board. He even bash them for using tide laundry detergent on the floors, just because it smells better the MTA is a disgrace for this state. We all know what he wants to restructure the agency replace its board and give complete control one person. He's willing to do it as for revenue. The governor says congestion pricing is the best way to bring in money and urged lawmakers to make it happen. The MTA didn't respond to the attacks. But it agreed that without congestion pricing. The agency would need to raise fares twenty seven percent in the next five years to cover its capital expenses. President Trump's first big deal in Manhattan will. Soon be torn down developer Tf cornerstone and a group managing billionaire Michael Dell or buying the Grand Hyatt New York next to Grand Central terminal the firms plan to replace the building with tower with a smaller hotel and office and retail space. Trump and Hyatt bought what was then the Commodore hotel in the late nineteen seventies with loans from Trump's father. Fred Trump, the president sold his stake in the hotel in one thousand nine hundred six the Wall Street Journal reports that the hotel will stay open until twenty twenty.
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"Is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. And introducing the green new deal. That's literally what was happening in congress yesterday as New York City congresswoman Alexandria, ocasio Cortez and Massachusetts congressman Ed Markey, introduced a resolution setting a framework for a ten year slide two zero carbon emissions in the context of a historic overhaul of the US economy will be I think we need in order to overcome. This moment, we need to return to our FDR roots as a party. That's what I believe congresswoman ocasio Cossio Cortez on meet the press Daley yesterday when you actually break down our strategy on the green new deal, even when you go all the way back to to our requests in in the fall, we were talking about the need to draft or come up with a blueprint by twenty twenty because what this really is organizing play. It's so that by twenty twenty we can get all of those Chesapeake. In order. We can get a majority in the house. We can get a majority in the Senate we can capture the presidency, and we can get things done on morning edition yesterday. The congresswoman even said cap and trade carbon tax often considered the gold standard of stopping carbon emissions. Not good enough. Even the solutions that we have considered big of bowls are nowhere near the scale of the actual problem that climate change presents to us to our country into the world. And then she went to the house chamber and introduced the resolution with me now is an advisor to congresswoman ocasio Cortez who writes and speaks in his own right about the green new deal Cornell University law and public policy professor Bob Hockett who also with new consensus, a think tank that was kind of born out of AFC's campaign as well as he has senior counsel at Westwood capital is socially responsible investment, Bank NFL at the century foundation. Professor rocket. Thanks so much for coming. Welcome to WNYC. Thanks so much Brian. You've been listening to you for a decade. So I'm probably going to be a bit giddy. When in custody of Cortez says we need to get back to our FDR routes. What's the twentieth? Nineteen version of the twenty one thousand nine version of that is essentially to mobilize on the same scale relative to the size of the full economy that we did back at the time of the original new deal back in the nineteen thirties. And at the time of the second World War, of course in the late thirties and early forties. And listeners we can take phone calls with your questions or thoughts about the green new deal. Maybe read through that resolution that was introduced yesterday or maybe you've been hearing other things about the idea of a green new deal. A lot of people don't understand it. Even some of the politicians other than who are saying I'm for the green no deal can't really take off number of items that it's associated with very well. So maybe you know, they're confused public certainly doesn't understand everything about their. So if you have a question about the green new deal, Bob Hawke, it I'm pretty sure I can answer what you've got. Or if there's something you want to say two one two four three three WNYC four three three nine six nine two. And let me get into one of the things that may be confusing for a lot of people or overwhelming because it's so big. There's this rolling pollution prevention program, and at the same time, there are all these other social Justice items that are in the revolution. Resolution showed includes achieving net zero carbon emissions, but also things like guaranteeing job with family sustaining wages and paid vacations to all Americans that doesn't have anything directly to do with carbon protecting the right of people to unionize protecting higher or providing I should say higher education to all Americans that languages in the resolution and much more. So is this a plan to save us from environmental room, or is this theory of everything? So it's almost both although slightly hedged the everything and era just a little bit. But maybe the best way to think about this is in the following way. At the time of the new deal, of course, millions of Americans were out of work. And of course, the economy had sort of have in size or GNP per annum. By the time, we got to this sort of nature of it. Now, in our view in effect, something very much like that happened in two thousand eight after the crash, and we've never really fully recovered from that notwithstanding superficial indicators to the contract. So we think what's needed is a real new deal scale investment. But then the question becomes well on what? Well since climate. Scientists are now telling us that we have about twelve years left to sort of turn this thing around before things become irreversible, irreversible. This seems to be exactly the right way in which to sort of target the the sort of recovery spending. That would be the new deal component of this of this plan, historically, environmental campaigns and economic Justice campaigns have collided sometimes right? The environmentalists. On a slow the wheels of commerce to reduce pollution, but unions have sometimes joined their bosses, the owners in seeing aggressive environmentalism as a drag on jobs and wages. So how do those to not get in each other's way? When congresswoman ocasio Cortez and others are trying to build good jobs in wages for more Americans who, you know suffered stagnation and at the same time be solid aggressive on environmental pollution. So I think there's a pretty simple answer to that. Right. So in the past the reason there have occasionally been clashes between organized labor on the one hand in the environmental movement on the other is that the environmental movement in the past has largely been about telling you what you can't do right prohibiting various things and oftentimes it's not too difficult for employers to convince union members that will that means a slowing of economic growth or a diminishment of a number of jobs, or what have you? We're doing kind of the opposite of that the contrary that we're talking about what we can do not what we can't do. And that is basically growing as rapidly as possible into essentially the green power. To the world. Most of the technologies that are involved in sort of green new deal type programs that were thinking about were invented by us. We used to us Americans. We used to dominate this field this area. Of course, that's since then. Over to China because we we didn't follow through. So all of these things that we invented all these great technologies that we ended up at the Chinese are the primary users producers and exporters, we want to reclaim that for us. That means massive employment increases and wage increases. And before we go to some calls regarding the clip, I played earlier the congresswoman told morning edition that the things we used to consider tough on climate change like a carbon tax or a cap and trade system, which literally puts a cap on the total amount of carbon emissions that could take place in the country that they didn't go far enough. Can you expand on that? Because I thought allegory and a lot of other people saw carbon taxes the gold standard. Yes. So this gets back to your your question a moment ago, this these were all initiatives about what you can't do what you're not permitted to do. And again, we're sort of agnostic about that we don't necessarily rule those kinds of things out. But we just don't think that they're interesting at the moment given that there's so much that we can do in so much that we can encourage industry to do and. Able industry to do through massive public mobilization of economic resources in the same way that we did again during the original deal and the second World War mobilization. Let's take phone. Call Nancy and east Harlem, you're on WNYC with Bob Hawke at Cornell, professor advisor to Alexandria, ocasio Cortez, high Nancy. Hi, thanks for taking my call. I sent Alexandria Cortez. A film called couch spiracy, the sustainability secret. And I think she was moved by it. It's film that Leonardo DiCaprio thoughtless show important and major that he got it on Netflix, and is promoting it. And he in the film couch dursey shows that eating plant based Degan diet and lifestyle is basically uses one half the carbon dioxide won eleven of the oil one third of the water and one one eighteenth of the land. I'm gonna ask you to get to a question. Okay. So I'm wondering if she has shown that shown to you. And if you would you use the fact that methane nitrous oxide gases from the couch belches. Kuc is three hundred times more global warming than carbon dioxide watched. NFL? Thank you so much Nancy before we get an answer from Bob Hawke, it it is the policy implication of your call. And this film that the government. The federal government is part of the green new deal should encourage more veganism in the United States. Yeah. Definitely. And also that would of course, be like health insurance for us and save our planet, and it would be kind plate. Thank you, very very much. Have you seen the film? So yes, actually, thanks. Thanks so much, Nancy. So sort of a two part answer one part personal one part sort of. AFC team the personal Ansari's that I myself am actually begin or at least trying to be a vegan. So I'm well aware of of of the film and of the movement. And of course, maybe needless to say, I'm quite sympathetic. That's where my the point of view of the team. I don't know that there's a sort of a a party line. So to speak on this question. I do know, however, that there's a party line on our wanting to modernize the way we do agriculture the way we do agro-business we'd actually like to sort of save the environment, partly through modernizing agriculture in addition to modernizing industry. Thank you so much for your call and Johnny in Rochester. Minnesota you're on WNYC, Johnny. Hi, hi. How you doing? Hello. I had a question for Bob. Because I listened to a lot of this go on and inevitably the question of how you pay for it always comes up, and I hear people like Robert answer the question and the media continues to gloss over their answers. And they don't listen. So how do we get the media when you're visiting the media to stop glossing over the answers that give them so that they can help the public start understanding how the process of financing actual works. So thanks so much for the question. That's a terrific observation. I think that the media is actually little by little sort of coming around and one reason for that. I think is because we are our selves all of us who are part of the movement and part of the team pushing now we're trying to be very explicit about that and be very upfront about it that basically won't be talking about funding a green new deal. We're talking about funding something in the same way that we fund everything. Else we've funded something like seven trillion dollars worth of war expenditure and tax cuts over the last fifteen years that hasn't resulted in any appreciable inflationary pressure today. Indeed, the fed is still unable consistently to meet its two percent inflation target from below. So our argument is well, why don't we spend that kind of money on something? That's actually productive actually age the economy saves the planet and Furthermore as much less likely to cause inflation than Republican expenditures art because these expenditures actually, go into productive investments, which will create more products more services, which of course, is a counter inflationary effect. Thank you for your call. Johnny now to the previous caller, Nancy. I knew that I had read in the resolution itself when I was going through it and agriculture piece, so they just called up that paragraph and here it is for Nancy and everybody it says working collaboratively with farmers and ranchers in the United States to remove pollution. Greenhouse gas emissions from the agricultural sector as much as it's technologically feasible, including by supporting family farming by investing in sustainable farming and land use practices that increase soil health..
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"Goal. A few seconds ago by McLaughlin is tied this game. One one McLaughlin part of that BMW lying that all freshmen line the line that coach Bob Hawke's going to clear this up here. He lovingly called them goof-balls. Yes. That's right. Young. You'll find out exactly why at our first intermission. He'll go in depth on wiser goofball. Hockey game here from Sparty Sparty with the puck, it's era Hiroshima with it. Back to his defense. Susannah been back to Hiroshima crosses the gopher line. Redirected by Lewandowski who gives chase now. But he's beaten there by Zoll door. Forgot it up ice for gates. Nice cross ice backhander onto the stick of. He tripped total the blue line at just reached up and grabbed them. They just don't have it buried deep enough here. Michigan state PacTel nor right-wing goal reaching the gopher line lost. It ends Ohlsdorf feeds it across site to Jack Sadiq his deep partner. Back to the headman passing gates further as long as we go. I make a change of forwards. She. Got it through Burke checked away from him and a quarter wrinkle comes back up ice. But Burke, rubs a moat rate at the bench of the Michigan state Spartans and Minnesota back in. Poll teams completing line changes. Now, a one one hockey game eleven and a half minutes into our first period. This love watching these three freshmen. There got to find a word or like, I don't know if they're like coyotes out there. Swore. They don't skate. They swarmed old. Brinkman is pushed up against the back of the Minnesota nut as the puck is here with four guys flailing away at it on the point for all to his left coal Krieger left to shackle wide et cetera attempt there by a dozen orca Minnesota clears zone McLaughlin races after it. Weighs a trailer for Walker who poked at it. But it was brought back up ice. Now by these partners. With a drop pass to Sanford shots blocked by Brickman who went to his knees. Minnesota pokes. It ahead Brickman had one block in last night's game. His plus seven is tied for first on this team mcglaughlin in a backhand shot on goal that stop by them. Hey, the freshmen are going to finally go off. You know, another one of their effective shifts at both ends of the rink to offensive tries one good defensive session as well. All in one shift, and they do have this innate ability to wants the puck is in the Minnesota zone. They can get it out. Yeah. And now we do have an icing call against the Spartans. Our gopher uniform report is brought to you by cintas from fire protection first aid supplies to facilities services in uniform. Cintos has you covered? Get started at cintas dot com. Cintas ready for the workday. Gophers ruined their road. Maroon uniforms with gold and white trim. They wear their golden helmets Spartans are in their home whites with Kelly green trim, and they do wear Kelly green, helmets and pants. Spartans back in behind their own goal coal Krieger whether. Lostock still hanging loose. Finally brought up ice. Here's Landon down the right wing cuts in shoots still free. And Tommy Novak is there to take. It finds an open sample rant on the far right wing side. He crossed the line gets us back to the trailing defenders Becker. But his shot was blocked. Gophers do take a deep in behind the goal, but it's Michigan state regaining possession and brought to center once more by Logan. Landon. Schecter knockout norms in the air from the officials. Was it your reference? Yeah. Yeah. I thought so star scape. Caught the St. Clair skatin- trip them. But apparently, not the must have been a hip. Check must've been. Tom Miller backward for Michigan state Reeler Plato the Plymouth program the national team development for two years has it a game headman pass goes out to center ice. And they lose it there. Jackson taking over from Minnesota tassels it over to Joey Maruti Mooney hasn't skated in a lot of games this year. Just his second ODI for the entire season out here now with Scott radian. Jack Ramsey grammar down the middle of the rink China. Cut in the assistant captain had a script of his stick. Once more taken by Dennis's on the freshman defenseman for the Spartans. Highest scoring defenseman in the big ten conference's here in his first season dumping it into the Minnesota zone. Gopher she he gets it on the right side. Nanny joining the rush heads up the left wing side. For gates sends a goal word is just too far for piddling again tries to come off the wall with it hands it off to she around the nets the left corner. This time for gates. Junior back behind the goal. I couldn't pull the trigger sends it over to. She. Thanks. Craig's went just wide rebound, and it just missiles deflecting off of somebody and sales over the glass sought play was a fine shift by the GPS line of the gophers. We'll take a break. It's a one one hockey.