35 Burst results for "CBO"

"cbo" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:01 min | 3 months ago

"cbo" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"And it would just get worse. You know, we'd be like, what? Yeah. And we know this about the gut, too. There's so much so much advocacy now for it's not overuse antibiotics. Let's not annihilate our gut back together. Yogurt is so important. Yeah. Yogurt. So the same principles apply for your mouth. So your microbiome, which is your network of bacteria, viruses, fungus, all these things that are native to your body. We have been conditioned over decades to be terrified of things like bacteria, viruses, fungus, right? Those things are very, very scary. Well, here's the rub on that. You are walking bacteria. You evolved from bacteria, you have more bacteria in your body than you have human cells. Like you are bacteria. You can not kill all the bacteria, you would die. You would cease to exist. It doesn't, you would no longer be human. We are bacteria. We're surrounded by bacteria, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It is such a huge part of how we how what makes us us, right? The percentage of viruses and bacteria that are bad for you very, very small percentage. When you and I first spoke, I asked you a question. I said, what percentage of bacteria in your mouth do you think are good for you? I never get a response from anyone who says anything over 80%. Most people say really low percentages. I think you guess like 80, which was really high for most people. The truth is it's 98%. 98% of the bacteria in your body in and on your body are good for you. They are doing vital functions for you, they're producing vitamins, they're producing nitric oxide for your heart, which is what carries your oxygen from your heart to the rest of your body. They're producing serotonin, melatonin. So for your brain, so important, the bacteria in your body. And here we go, using antibacterial products. They're antibacterial. Their bacterial sidle. They kill bacteria. They don't care if it's good or bad. They don't know that. They just kill bacteria. And so and you're alluding to a lot of toothpaste and market as well. I mean, they might not be really labeled as or maybe some of them are labeled. A lot of them are material, yeah. A lot of them kill them right on the way. Yeah. Kills 99.9% of bacteria. It says it right there. You know, and you're like, oh, and that seems good because I haven't bought one of those bottles in so long. Why would you? You have luminous. So, you know, that's such a really archaic way of going about achieving oral health. And really what luminos is here to say is that it's not necessary to do that. That was the only way that anybody could figure out for a long time how to get rid of the bad bacteria, and we'll talk about bad bacteria. But that was the reason why it was we were like, okay, those bad bacteria are causing problems for you. And they are, I'm not saying that they're not. They are. Bad bacteria do cause issues. That is what causes inflammation and disease and all of these things. Does come from bad bacteria, bad viruses. These things do affect us negatively, of course they do. But it's such a small percentage. And what we're saying is, if you wipe out that good to get to the bad, you're causing more harm for yourself in the long run than good. So, it's like using a sledgehammer when all you need is a regular hammer. Yeah. It causes a lot of damage. You don't need it. So really, what we did was we identified what was bad about the bad bacteria, which is that bad bacteria, what makes it bad is that it produces toxins. It like that's like, essentially it's poop. It produces toxins, kind of poops out toxins and those toxins cause inflammation. They're super acidic. They cause inflammation and inflammation leads to disease. Disease is not good. So what we do instead is we were like, okay, so what's bad about the bad bacteria as they excrete these toxins? Let's just go after the toxins. Can we leave the bacteria alone? Even the bad ones that do this can we just leave them alone? If we take the bullets out of the gun, is it so bad? And so we were like, okay, so we just decided that that's how we were going to go about it. So utilizing ingredients, essential oils included, to do this. And there are some essential oils, so the main heavy lifting ingredient of our product that really does this incredibly well is Dead Sea salt. Dead Sea salt is like a miracle. I mean, honestly, it's going to ask sea salt. It sort of began as well, what do you use? What we use sea salt. So I want you to talk more and you're up to you, but I do want to hear about this. But I also want to hear. What is the sea salt not doing that you guys were like, well, we need to add a little bit more heavy lifting here. So Dead Sea salt is incredibly effective. And the reason that it is this highly mineralized salt is the most mineralized salt in the world is Dead Sea salt. It has super high levels of bromides, potassium, magnesium, all the things that we love about sea salt, it has higher levels of it. So that's why we use Dead Sea salt, made the most sense, of course, to use that one. Here's the thing about Dead Sea salt though, it doesn't really taste that great. And so people ask us sometimes. Well, could I just rinse with Dead Sea salt and water? And the truth of the matter is that that would be better than using anything else that's on the market other than our product. That would be better. So we say, yeah, go ahead. But you won't be able to do it because it tastes awful..

luminos inflammation leads
"cbo" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"cbo" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"I am here with Caroline dugan, who is the chief brand officer for lumino and oral health company set out to prove that when it comes to oral care, plant and mineral rich formulas can stand up against any leading brand with stellar results. She is the co author of three books on the subject of oral health, including the toxic overload, which addresses the subject of the role of good bacteria in the mouth for whole body health. Hello, Caroline, how are you? Nice to meet you. How are you? I'm great. I'm doing great. I'm so glad to have you here today. So I told my audience already, they may have been hearing some of the lumino ads that have been running or maybe not if this is far in the future. But you tell us a little bit about lumina. How long have you been working for them and really what drew you to work with this company? I worked with Doctor Who is our founder and CEO before lumino even existed. It was, I was working with him in his office. He's a world renowned dentist. He's been on the doctors. He's been on every TV channel. There is. All the makeover shows, you know, he's sort of like this very prominent dentist. And he was sort of mixing ingredients together. And I didn't really know what he was doing. He was just, I would be in his office and he'd be kind of like putting like hello and essential oils and Dead Sea salt and some of these things like mixing them together. And occasionally he would be like, hey, taste this. And I would like taste that tastes terrible or whatever. And he'll be like, oh, and I go back and start mixing again and I'm like, I don't know what he's doing. But I never really asked any questions 'cause he's an he is a scientist, researcher. He is very hands on. He's an incredible guy. And the smartest person I've ever known and I've known a lot of smart people in my life and he is just a brilliant man. And he was doing all this stuff and I never really was asking any questions, and then one day he handed me something to try and I was like, wow, that tastes amazing. You know, like, oh, it's so refreshing, it's so nice. And he was like, I got it. You know, he was so excited. And I was like, what is that? And he was like, it's a mouthwash. I'm making a mouthwash for my patients because, you know, I've been trying to find a mouthwash that I can give them because he does these extensive this extensive amount of work in people's mouths. They're called full mouth restorations. I mean, you know, one really insane case that he did that was televised and everything where this man had had a rare skin disease that had made him, you know, he had to take a lot of painkillers, painkillers caused dry mouth in the mouth. They dry out your mouth and having a dry mouth will cause you to have a lot of decay. So this man had had severe decay. I mean, he was missing all of his teeth. And from this, it was very hard on him, emotionally, and it's horrible not to be able to smile. Yeah. It's at the root. There's reasons people have nightmares about losing teeth, and there's something very emotionally connected to. I've gone through a lot of oral health things and there is a point where I was missing my two bottom teeth. I had to get a bridge put in and I remember the feeling of like when those teeth were removed and just even the couple hours in the chair of like, oh my God, I have no teeth here. I almost I think I did cry in the chair. I was like, this is really emotional. It's super emotional. And so he was missing in so doctor mahi did this entire thing. All these dentists were turning him away. It was two, because one of the medications that he was taking also was like a blood thinner. So it's very dangerous to do this work. So doctor doddy was like, I can do it. And he was the only person who would take the case. And so he took this case, he did this for him off the restriction, was amazing emotional experience for the sky. It was on the doctors. It was a big deal. And he ended up having like this beautiful smile at the end and doctor I did all this work. And so he does these kinds of cases that are so intense. And what he experiences is when he's doing the work, while you're having your permanent teeth made, you have temporaries in. And those temporaries don't have spaces between them. You can't really clean your teeth, but you can't really like floss or do anything that would take care of your mouth that well. While you have those arms about two weeks. And so he would go in to put these permanent in and he would experience so much bleeding. It was actually, you know, sort of hindering his work. And so he was always looking for products that would help reduce the bleeding, help reduce the inflammation that he was incurring all these things, and he could not find anything. And I'm talking about prescription products. I'm talking about natural products over the counter, you know, all the big brands that we know about, that everyone knows about who try all of them. And he couldn't find anything that would effectively do this. And so finally, he asked one of his colleagues this world renowned researcher periodontist who amazing dentist named doctor nazari, who is now our chief scientific officer. And he called him and he said, what do you use? When your patients have severe bleeding and doctor news already said which products and he said, none of them are all garbage. And doctor Madonna he was like, what do you mean they're all garbage? That can't be true and he was like, they're all bad..

Caroline dugan lumino TV channel Caroline doddy mahi nazari Madonna
Biden Admin Falsely Claims They Were Never Pro Lockdown

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Admin Falsely Claims They Were Never Pro Lockdown

"Now Jen Psaki says that Joe Biden has never been pro locked down. Johns Hopkins study on the lockdowns. It was this meta analysis that came out of several studies lockdown during the first COVID spring of 2020. Found that it only reduced Commodore by .2% in the U.S. and Europe. And suggested they have little to no public health benefit, but severe consequences for the economy. And it suggests that lockdowns shouldn't be a part of a future pandemic response. Is that the shared view of the administration looking in the rearview mirror? Well, I would say I would first of course point you into our health and medical experts for specifics on this specific scientific study. I would note that the president has been clear. We're not pushing lockdowns. We've not been pro locked down. Really? This is the same press secretary, of course, who says the build back better doesn't add a penny to the debt. Never mind what the CBO says.

Jen Psaki Joe Biden Johns Hopkins Europe U.S. CBO
Peter Doocy Presses Jen Psaki on 'Build Back Better' Bill Raising the Deficit

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 6 months ago

Peter Doocy Presses Jen Psaki on 'Build Back Better' Bill Raising the Deficit

"Jen Psaki still claims that the bed the build back better Whatever We'll reduce the deficit Even after the congressional budget office has said no it won't See this is what Jason whitlock was talking about on my Fox show last Sunday You have people who reject the truth who deny the truth And this is what destroys a country They want to believe what they want to believe That's their truth And they reject evidence they reject knowledge They experience In fact and they point the finger at you claiming you do That's what destroys a country Peter doocy that young man deserves every award in journalism He really does Cut 14 Go President gonna stop saying the build back better plan does not increase the deficits One single scent We now know that that is not true It is true and I would note the several economists and experts out there I think you're probably talking about the CBO score Which Joe Biden himself in 2010 called the gold standard For Democrats and Republicans Will Peter since we're all here to communicate with the public about accurate information what I would just note is that one of the components that experts Democrats and Republicans including former heads of the CBO have pointed to is that IRS IRS enforcement is not something that there's a lot of experience in the CBO a scoring They still squirted but it's got to shut up you idiot You liar

Jen Psaki Jason Whitlock Peter Doocy Congressional Budget Office FOX CBO Joe Biden Peter IRS
Democrats Passed the Phony $5T 'Build Back Better' Bill

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 6 months ago

Democrats Passed the Phony $5T 'Build Back Better' Bill

"So folks the Democrats passed this phony build back better act build back better it's tear down forever act They say it's 1.75 trillion The CBO says it's hundreds of billions in debt Other outside organizations that don't have their hands tied the CBO is only free to do certain kinds of analysis Like the Wharton school says it's actually closer to $5 trillion The vote was two 20 to two 13 One Democrat in a swing district in Maine voted against it But that's it Every other Democrat like God heimer God Heinrich Schmidt In Bergen county New Jersey All these frauds and Virginia New Jersey all across the country Oh I'm a moderate California Every damn one of them voted for this

CBO Wharton School Heinrich Schmidt Maine New Jersey Bergen County Virginia California
House Passes $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill, Delays BBB

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:26 min | 7 months ago

House Passes $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill, Delays BBB

"Ahead. Good morning, Jake, how are you? Well, how are you? Good, so the bipartisan infrastructure Bill passed last week. I would have voted for it. I would have been with one of the 17 Republicans in the Senate who voted for it in the House Republicans. Half trillion in new spending half trillion and repurpose. That's not really the big deal. The big deal is BBB. Build back better. Where is it? Is it dead yet? I don't think it's that. I'll go over quickly where I think it is. I mean, so the moderates and the progressives cut a deal to allow those two votes to happen, the infrastructure vote and the so called rule vote, which is a procedural vote. On the larger package, they cut a deal to vote for this large package next week. Now, if you dynamics to keep in mind, number one, what the house passes will never become law. Number two, we don't know if we're going to have the CBO the congressional budget office analysis of the larger Bill. By next week. So I'm not entirely sure this team is going to work. But I do think I was just telling Dwayne your associate this morning, I do think that some version of this bill will pass at some point in time. I just think that it won't happen. Obviously not before Thanksgiving, but if it happens by the end of the year by December 31st, then I think that is a, I think that is a victory for them.

House Republicans Jake Senate Congressional Budget Office CBO Dwayne
"cbo" Discussed on Dermalogues

Dermalogues

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"cbo" Discussed on Dermalogues

"All over the place recently with some studies suggesting there's probably no change above baseline some suggesting that you know so it is challenging even for you know physicians to really get a sense of it. But i do think there is. I think it's low. I think the no cbo effect is huge and so patients here these side effects they get terrified and You know they're more likely to have these side effects. I have changed a lot in the last five years from viewing oral faster ride as a first line agent to viewing topical an asteroid as a first line agent. Okay and so. If i feel that you know. We've we've got time to to to try. Topical finance dried perhaps topical finance drive with minoxidil compounded into it Let's see where this takes us. Depending on where it takes us we might add some small doses of oral stride in the future. Or we might add laser. Or we might add. Prp But i certainly use a lot more topical financed right now if i feel that Know it's it's an appropriate step It can be effective in many patients the challenges. There's not one topical finance strides. so there's all these different vehicles that it comes in and that makes it a challenge k. but i certainly prescribe oral finance dry less as a first line agent k. That's interesting. I wasn't even to be honest with you. Aware that financial aid could be utilized topically. So there you go. I've already learned a few things. And that's that's one of them for sure We've mentioned you touched a little bit on a low level laser and prp. Where where do those fit in your treatment ladder for most patients. I mean i. Of course there'd be some places across the country where there may not have usually access to those modalities but if they did you know. Where do you see them fitting them as second tier or third tier agents. I don't see them as first line agents And so you know..

cbo
"cbo" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"cbo" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Well being with you know kinda remember a lot of these things are just feel good like hip that that's what it takes to make you feel good lovin light. Yup sure okay You know it's i you know. Everybody's walking their own paths in their own They're at their own level so to speak so if that's what they need to make them through it. If not i'll love. And i it's not all rainbows and unicorns. There's a lot of really. I mean w- in my experience spiritual work is about transformation. There's nothing love and life about transformation. Transformation is hard. It's dark place. You go through things you lose friends you you you know you're elevating yourself to a different level. You can't do that a lot of times being in the same environment being with the same people you know. And it's hard to have to relearn a lot of things a lot of people that You know. I've spent a lot of time with in the past have been overcoming addiction. And you know it's not love and light and rainbows and unicorns yet. You've gotta get down and dirty. You've gotta confront that other side of yourself of of the why is why am i doing this. And that doesn't look good sometimes. There's nothing love and light about it but it's it's a feel good cbo and if that's what people need to make them feel good in that space in their life when they're ready to get into it they'll see and they'll start to get into the other aspects of self. Okay i get Here's an you're ready for another one. Wow shadow shadow work. These are these are all our terms that are that are that are you know new age. Yes but they've been used in different traditions on you know it's just the repackaging of something old into today's modern world so they you know when we give it a label like love and light or an path or shadow work. People are able to conceptualize..

cbo
"cbo" Discussed on Soar

Soar

03:38 min | 8 months ago

"cbo" Discussed on Soar

"Federal employees receive significantly higher compensation than their private sector counterparts. But the premium is lopsided. The CBO estimates an average 17% premium for federal employees. But that includes a 53% premium for federal workers with less than a high school degree. 21% premium for those with a bachelor's degree. And then in 18% penalty for federal workers with the master's degree. Or a professional degree. So to help bring public sector pay and parity with the private sector, policymakers should reduce the pay differences between step increases and also slow the rate at which federal employees receive step increases. Moreover, with 99.9% of all federal employees receiving pay raises, greater emphasis needs to be placed on truly performance based raises. Policymakers should limit the appeals process for pay decisions to within agency appeals. And they should remove the requirement that managers must create performance improvement plans for employees simply because they decided not to award them a pay raise. Some of the savings from these changes should go towards increasing pay for high demand positions, including using existing options such as special payments, signing bonuses in superior quality appointments..

CBO
National Review Online's Philip Klein Says Passing Infrastructure Bill Is Disgraceful

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 10 months ago

National Review Online's Philip Klein Says Passing Infrastructure Bill Is Disgraceful

"Republicans, everything that they've told us about this for months. Has been a lie, Uh, they claimed it would be fully paid for the CBO says it's going to add a quarter trillion to the deficit. They claimed it would only narrowly focused On things like roads and bridges. That's only 20% of the bill, And they claimed it would scare away moderates from supporting the larger $3.5 trillion bill that Krems in The entire radical liberal agenda. And, um, the Democrats are moving full speed ahead with that larger bill. They didn't waste a moment. Um and you know, this isn't at a time when we're running out. Massive surplus. Um where early coming around the pandemic coming out of the pandemic where If all these built paths we will spent $10 trillion in just The past year and a half above our existing spending and Biden's own budget says that we're on pace to break the World War two record for debt as a share of the economy. Inflation is out of control. Um, so it's it's infuriating, the Republicans would essentially grease the wheels. Biden to pass his big bipartisan accomplishment at this time. And what especially, um enraging is that it's coming at a time right after Biden, Um said, defied the Supreme Court and an issued an illegal eviction moratorium. Um, and that Congress was supposed to act on and it did it. Um, so he thumbed his nose at both other branches of government, and Republicans responded by delivering him this huge victory. Um, and it's disgraceful.

CBO Biden UM Supreme Court Congress
Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion to Deficit Over 10 Years

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion to Deficit Over 10 Years

"Slow down the infrastructure bill Lunch. Jack Callahan, Fox News an attempt in the U. S Senate to end debate and moved to a final vote on the infrastructure package failed last night. There's more potential amendments were introduced. Senate Majority Leader Schumer says they'll be back at it at noon Saturday. Meanwhile, a government agency says the bill will add to the federal deficit the Congressional Budget Office finds on net The bipartisan infrastructure agreement would add 256 building. In dollars and projected deficits over the next 10 years. Negotiators have said the $1.2 trillion measure is fully paid for including through economic expansion from new transportation projects. The CBO projects increased revenues of $50 billion in direct spending cuts of $110 billion, but discretionary spending would increase by more than $400 billion. Jared

Jack Callahan Senate Fox News U. Schumer Congressional Budget Office CBO Jared
Budget office: Infrastructure bill adds $256B to deficits

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Budget office: Infrastructure bill adds $256B to deficits

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the Congressional Budget Office delivers its analysis of the bipartisan infrastructure plan the Congressional Budget Office produced its much anticipated analysis of the nearly one trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure plan Thursday the CBO concluded the legislation would increase deficits by about two hundred fifty six billion dollars over the next decade supporters of the bipartisan plan have said costs are paid for in part through economic growth so far the Senate has processed nearly two dozen amendments to the twenty seven hundred page bill with many lawmakers attending the funeral for former senator Mike Enzi in Wyoming Friday the Senate is bracing for another weekend session Mike Crossey out Washington

Mike Rossio Congressional Budget Office CBO Senate Senator Mike Enzi Wyoming Mike Crossey Washington
How Merck's CIO Is Driving IT Agility With a Product Mindset

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

01:39 min | 11 months ago

How Merck's CIO Is Driving IT Agility With a Product Mindset

"Dave welcome to tech nation. Great to speak with you today. Thanks for having excellent. While i thought we would begin with your your current role as i mentioned a moment ago. You're the information in digital officer. Talk a little bit about The purview and perhaps a little bit about the two sides of that role. Sure thank you we. Have we have a team of about thirty three hundred talented. It professionals that support our ended in global business From early discovery in labs to clinical development manufacturing supply chain sales and marketing as well as all of our corporate functions We have division. Cio's that face off to those business. Units i mentioned in that we have a set of shared capabilities for infrastructure security enterprise application analytics etc. We have A four hub model globalist. We've hubs in. Singapore prog a brand new jersey in austin texas and yet interesting. I always get asked the question you know what's the difference during the cio in the cd arrow role in your never felt the difference. You'll ask some people say well. The cio's are focused on kind of the it infrastructure and the ceo's are focused on driving digital transformation. And for me. I always looked at the two together and had the opportunity to do both roles in animal health. So i i guess i would say you know. The the cbo is a little bit more about actually driving business. Transformation in change in making sure that you're applying that technology to drive real value. So yeah those are the two sides of they're all.

Dave CIO Singapore New Jersey Austin Texas CBO
CBO expects federal debt to double over next 30 years

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

CBO expects federal debt to double over next 30 years

"The Congressional Budget Office estimates persistent budget deficits will cause the federal debt to double in size over the next thirty years the government's relied on borrowing at low interest rates to help during a financial crisis but as the economy heals the office is forecasting that interest rates will rise and so will spending and this is excluding president Biden's one point nine trillion dollar cope with relief proposal the CBO predicts publicly held debt would equal one hundred two percent of this year's gross domestic product but fast forward three decades and the accumulated debt would grow to two hundred two percent of GDP on the plus side the budget office foresees higher payroll tax revenues and forecasts that social security has another year to twenty thirty two before it's trust funds are exhausted Jackie Quinn Washington

President Biden Congressional Budget Office CBO Government Jackie Quinn Washington
Energy ETFs are surging as crude oil tops $64 a barrel

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Energy ETFs are surging as crude oil tops $64 a barrel

"Oil futures are having quite a day of the OPEC plus cover to countries met today and decided to leave most of their existing oil production cuts in place. And that Spike the Texas tea features up about 5% right now, $64.33 a barrel The equity markets. Meanwhile, take a turn into the red Writer on 45 minutes Go after J. Powell, the Fed chairman spoke with the exception I should say of the energy stocks. Companies like Diamondback Marathon has Chevron all up between 2.5 and 10%. But there are more losers than gainers right now. Among the activities After a Powell warned that the reopening economy could cause inflation to pick up at least temporarily. Not that he's all that worried about it. At the moment about the 10 year Treasury yield sure took a jump after that, now up at 1.5 to 6%. The S and P. 500 is down. 47 of the Dow is down to 61. But NASDAQ is down to 66. Now the NASDAQ is in the red for the year checking volatility at the at the CBO. We the vics is now up about seven. And half

J. Powell Diamondback Marathon Opec Chevron Texas FED Powell CBO
Who Wins Or Loses If There's An Increase In The Federal Minimum Wage?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Who Wins Or Loses If There's An Increase In The Federal Minimum Wage?

"The covid relief bill moving through congress includes a higher minimum wage for someone like lisa harris. Who works grocery store outside richmond. Virginia that make a big difference able to afford the things that i need to get by day to day without having to ask one ability to feel that i am a contributing member to byatti. I mean they say thank you and that were essential. That were heroes. But we can't feed our families off of being heroes scaling up from seven. Twenty five an hour to fifteen dollars. An hour is still running into resistance though and testing democratic unity in congress. David wessel is following. The debate is of the hutchins center at the brookings institution. David good morning. Good morning steve. So there's always case made against raising the minimum wage. We're told that if you raise the minimum wage employers are just going to hire fewer people. What's the evidence here. Well textbook economic says if you raise the price of something there's going to be less demand for it. In this case less demand from employers for low wage essential workers now the question is how many winners and how many losers one influential estimate comes from the congressional budget office. They estimate that by twenty twenty five which is when the wages supposed to get to fifteen dollars. It would mean twenty. Seven million people would be getting a raise. Nine hundred thousand fewer people would be in poverty but one point four million fewer people would be working or not having got hired on the other hand economist. Aaron debate at the university of massachusetts at amherst has been looking at what happens when states raise minimum wages and he argues that the latest evidence suggests that. Cbo is overestimating the ill effects of raising the wage. A fifteen bucks okay. So a lot of people benefit. Some people may be hurt. But there's an argument over how many people are actually hurt. That's the point of view of the employees. What about the employer. business owners objected. Here well it would raise their payroll costs for sure now. Some employers would may discover that they have better workers or less turnover so it might not hurt them that much some would suck it up in the form of lower profits somewhat. Pass it onto their consumers in the form of higher prices and some would get by with fewer workers are cut the hours of their workers they would clearly be very painful for some businesses and particularly for some businesses like those in the fast food industry that already been hit hard by the covid pandemic but really interesting new academic paper that looked at ten thousand mcdonald's outlets many of them in states or cities that have raised. The minimum wage found that nearly all of them raise prices to cover the extra costs and interestingly it found that despite higher labor costs they didn't more of them didn't install high-tech touch screen ordering that potentially saves labor which suggests that consumers would pay but workers would benefit as well. David you've referred a couple of times here to the fact that some states have already raised the minimum wage. Well above what the federal minimum is. When you look at this debate does it. Matter what part of the country we're looking at it matters a lot. Twenty nine states and the district of columbia have set their minimum wages above the federal seven. Twenty five and hour minimum and so have several cities raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars. An hour across the country would have a huge impact on some states in the south that are paying seven two thousand five hundred minimum wage or state like west virginia where the minimum wage is now. Eight dollars and seventy five cents an hour. That's of course politically important. Because democrat senator joe manchin has indicated. He's against a fifteen hour wage and his opposition could be fatal to the proposal but a fifteen dollars. Minimum wage would have much less impact in states. Like california where it's already set to go to fifteen dollars. It's thirteen dollars now. And in florida voters in november approved a referendum that takes their minimum wage to fifteen bucks over the next few years no matter what congress does anything special about going up to exactly fifteen an hour. Not really it's politically important. The fact is that the minimum wage has been stuck at seven twenty five since two thousand nine. It would be close to nine dollars. An hour fifty kept up with inflation since

Lisa Harris David Wessel Hutchins Center Congress Brookings Institution Congressional Budget Office Richmond University Of Massachusetts David CBO Virginia Amherst Steve Aaron Mcdonald Senator Joe Manchin
Minimum Wage Hike Would Help Poverty but Cost Jobs, C.B.O. Says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Minimum Wage Hike Would Help Poverty but Cost Jobs, C.B.O. Says

"Would raise the federal minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. But a new report from the Congressional Budget Office shows that the change would cost 1.4 million jobs and increase the deficit by $54 billion over a decade. CBO says the higher wage would lift 900,000 people out of poverty and raise income levels for 17 million people. It's not clear if the wage hike is going to be included in the final bill. One of the

Congressional Budget Office CBO
$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

Todd and Don

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

"Thermostat temperature yesterday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office gave both sides a little bit of ammunition. In this debate, the proponents seized on the CBO data. Phasing in a $15 minimum wage by the year, 2025 would lift 900,000 people out of poverty and boost the pay for 27 million workers. What the critics heard doubling the minimum wage would cost 1.4 million jobs and add $54 billion to the deficit. The CBL ran a similar study in 2019, predicting an increase in pay for 27 million and 1.3 million jobs would be lost in 1.3 million lifted out of poverty. So there you go. So against the backdrop of us this

Congressional Budget Office CBL
$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

Papa and Lund

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

$15 Minimum Wage Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Poverty, CBO Study Finds

"It's a major flashpoint for politicians should the minimum wage be increased to $15 an hour as president Biden has proposed, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has weighed in and the highlights just how difficult a decision this is. The CBO says raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour would cost 1.4 million jobs over the next four years. But it would also lift 900,000 people out of poverty. Goldman Sachs estimates the chances of raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is unlikely and predicts a 10 to $11 range will be approved.

President Biden CBO Goldman Sachs
Republicans Pitch Biden on Smaller Aid Plan

All Things Considered

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Republicans Pitch Biden on Smaller Aid Plan

"A White House meeting between President Biden and 10 Republican senators went an hour longer than expected tonight as the group discussed covert relief. Republicans were presenting their alternative to the $1.9 Trillion covert relief package that President Biden has put forward. The Republican plan calls for less some $600 billion in aid instead, with smaller unemployment payments that expires sooner and smaller stimulus checks. Senator Bill Cassidy was at the meeting tonight. He's a Republican from Louisiana and joins us now. Welcome, Senator. Thank you all. So thanks for having me great to have you. Well, it sounds like it was a very long hopefully. Productive conversation. Where did you all leave it? Where we left it. You really shouldn't start off with a top line and work towards filling it up. You're basically trying to prove you care more about the American people by spending more. But of course, we recognize that we are borrowing this money, and there's a consequence and a knopper to nitty cost if you don't spend it wisely. So with that said both sides that okay, these are proposals and this is why we propose this amount and not that amount. I spoke to education on pointing out by the way that already we've appropriated about three times more than the centers for disease control say is necessary. For schools to safely reopen the president counters and several. This is my understanding, and we made a commitment that we would he would have his staff get us the facts. Upon which they based their decision. And of course we can share with them the CDC data and the other scientific literature as to why we think what's out there is adequate now the difference between our mountain his mouth for K through 12 is about $110 billion. So it's just a lot of money. S so if they can prove their case we'd be willing to give more and hopefully, if they can't they be willing to ask for less well. If Republicans and Democrats are not able to meet in the middle. Some of your Republican colleagues have argued that Using a process called reconciliation to pass this package that is Democrats passing it without any Republican support will make it harder in the future for both sides to work together. That said Republicans did use reconciliation back in 2017. When your party had control of the House, the Senate the White House in order to circumvent any objections from Democrats back then why should Democrats act any differently now? So there's a couple things to that a more nuanced if you will understanding one thing that Schumer is spoken of Chuck Schumer, the majority leader is doing away with the so called bird rule. Which is to say that on Lee something which is Germaine to the budget. Can be included. Right if you do that, then Katy Bar the door. They want to Democrats push to put through increasing the minimum wage of $15 certainly not remain to the budget, but that they would use this process to jam it through. Even though the CBO says that raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour would destroy 1.3 million jobs or something like that. Now, that's the sort of thing that should be discussed, debated not jam through on reconciliation because it has nothing to do whatsoever with Kobe. And it has nothing to do whatsoever with the, um the budget so you would end up destroying the institution. Republicans and Democrats to date have never attempted to destroy the institution. And their employment of budget reconciliation. Putting aside the issue of whether reconciliation being used in this case would violate the bird rule. Democrats did win a Senate majority, in part because they promised to send more relief aid to people. So elections have consequences. Right, Senator Why shouldn't Democrats try to use every tool within their disposal if Republicans are unwilling to sign on to the package that they want? When President Biden gave his speech, and he said he was going to reach across the aisle, looking for bipartisanship and asking for unity. We have passed five different covert bills on a bipartisan basis. Five different covert bills on a bipartisan basis, Spending trillions of dollars. Nobody's gone small in this Now, If you say Wait a second. We can't do a six. Because for some reason we've done five, but we can't do six because really, we want a lot more than you want, And we don't think you'll give it to us because we can't give you the data to support the numbers. That's certainly not in the spirit of the previous five. It would be something that would be totally unilateral, not supported by data and only doing it because, by golly, we can I don't think that's unity, and I don't think that's

President Biden Senator Bill Cassidy CDC White House Katy Bar Louisiana Chuck Schumer Senate Germaine Schumer CBO LEE Kobe House
Biden meets with Republicans on COVID-19 relief

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Biden meets with Republicans on COVID-19 relief

"Republican lawmakers today that just wrapped up led by Senator Susan Collins to discuss New covert 19 relief package more in depth now from Elizabeth Schultz. He was covering it for ABC News and talked with Cuomo's Taylor Vance Ice Elizabeth. We know President Biden is in favor of a $1.9 trillion package. What is Senator Collins and her team pushing for well, they are wanting a much smaller packages. The reality here they're pushing for a deal worth $618 billion persons at $1.9, Trillion put forward by President Biden. It includes some of the same provisions like Monday like money for vaccine distribution, small businesses childcare in schools, and it also includes another round of stimulus checks. The Republican proposal includes stimulus checks for $1000. Or individuals. But it's a much smaller group of Americans that we've seen in the past and in President Biden's proposal, these would only go to people making up to $50,000 a year. The Republicans are calling it a much more targeted approach. Given how much economic stimulus has already been passed, they say, We just do not need to pass this trillion dollar amounts. Okay, Any word at this point, though, if the president's team or the president himself is willing to bite on any of that, not at all. We're hearing from the White House, in fact that this is a meeting to exchange ideas. Not to reach some sort of grand bargain. The White House has said time and time again that the risk is that not enough ages past versus too much, so they seem to really be standing by this nearly $2 trillion amount. Now. The question is if they're going to move forward in Congress, with a plan that could essentially passed by this proposed proposal without any Republican votes. So far, the House and the Senate have taken the first step to do that, in a process called budget reconciliation that would essentially allow this Broader package to pass to the simple majority in both the House and the Senate that we wouldn't need a bipartisan deal to be reached at the end of the day. So that's something that President Biden was really pushing for. On the campaign trail is this idea of bipartisanship. Now, As this meeting began between Republicans and the president, there was some news that broke from the Congressional Budget Office right about how the U. S economy. Is expected to recover. There is no notably today that Congressional Budget Office upgraded its forecast for the economy and now expects GDP growth to reach its pre pandemic level. By the middle of this year, so this complicates the negotiations a little bit, and that the forecast seems a little bit rosier than had previously been thought. At the same time, the CBO says it's going to take years for the jobs market to fully recover with millions of Americans. Well unemployed and the White House response to this was essentially that even if the broader economy looks like it's going to come back, there's still so many people who need aid to pay their rent. You cannot get through the day to day and there is no question that we need more money to get these vaccines after people so they're still standing by their kind of push for more stimulus, And they say that really they're just cannot be enough. Aid right now, even if the outlook is looking a little bit better here and just for my own clarification that this CBO congressional budget office estimation that's assuming that there wasn't another sort of relief package passed, right. That's correct. That's based on the current outlook, just as it is, and I will know that there have been other afternoons out there that say that if the current package passed by Biden go through, that would significantly boost to growth even by a lot more. Alright. The ABC is Elizabeth shows

President Biden Senator Susan Collins Elizabeth Schultz Taylor Vance Ice Elizabeth Senator Collins Cuomo White House Abc News Congressional Budget Office Senate House CBO Congress U.
Republicans press $600 billion COVID-19 bill as Democrats ready Biden’s $1.9 trillion plan

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Republicans press $600 billion COVID-19 bill as Democrats ready Biden’s $1.9 trillion plan

"As well. The news flow out of Washington, Tim and we know the president's trying to get through that massive coveted relief package, but it may not get through in one big piece. Yeah, it's looking increasingly likely. Look, Democrat Democrats want something that's $1.9 Trillion Republicans. They're saying, Hey, we want something closer to 600 billion. That's a big gap. All right, Let's get the latest on that. Bloomberg News U. S Economy reporter Katia Dimitri Dimitri Eva is on the phone from Washington D. C and she joins us, Captain. Good to Have you here with Tim and myself so What do we know so far? And you know, what are you hearing about the prospects for this economic plan? Hey, Good afternoon. It really depends on whether we're looking at, uh, sort of what the economics tell us verses politically sort of what Biden has to do here. You know, way had two pieces of news coming out. And if you the past few days, one of them this morning with the CBO report showing that the economy is actually doing really well, um, just thank the last round of stimulus. The $900 billion so You get David like that, And you already have some Republicans out in front of this, saying that this clearly signals that more targeted stimulus is needed. And then last week we had a report. From another economic output opportunity inside. That's Raj Chetty of Harvard and others who said that more target stimulus checks are actually the best way to do this. Andre, perhaps allocating some funds to sort of social safety net programs, so there's sort of the economics of it is showing that maybe more targeted stimulus is better. You have Republicans, obviously saying that Democrats highlighting will hold on look at the labor market. Let's look at the job numbers. We see that more than 10. Million people are still unemployed, and we're pre coded. We need to do more rather than less because the risks are higher. That's that is really encompassing the debate that's happening right now in Washington. Okay, so when when we say targeted? What exactly does that mean?

Bloomberg News U. Katia Dimitri Dimitri Eva TIM Washington Raj Chetty CBO Biden David Harvard Andre
Should fewer Americans get a stimulus check?

Guy Gordon

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Should fewer Americans get a stimulus check?

"Republicans going to the White House today to really put this idea of bipartisanship in unity. To the test. They've got their own covered relief plan. It's one third the size and expense of what the White House has been offering. They'd like to make this a bipartisan deal to signify that they can get along and move down a different path. But is it just sound in fury signifying nothing. We turn to Rachel Sutherland watching it all on Capitol Hill are Forks, Fox correspondent and W. Jared Contributor. I, Rachel A guy? Yes, these 10 Republicans led by Susan Collins. We're going to the White House meeting scheduled at 5 P.m. in the Oval Office of 5 P.m. eastern time. But there is a great divide on this coronavirus release plan. The president is calling for $1.9 trillion Some Republicans have a counterproposal. $600 billion still includes a lot, but there are key differences for one Republicans want a $1000 stimulus check instead of the $1400 stimulus check. They also want income limits to be different under the Biden plan that believes that income on that start you start phasing out over 75 or $80,000 a year, Republicans would see that phase out, starting at 40 or $50,000 a year. They say This is more targeted relief to the people who most needed. The trick here is sometimes 40 or 50 doesn't take you very far, depending on where you live, how expensive it is. I don't know if they're taking that into account. No, no question. And also there's this notion that some people have been held harmless that have really felt no economic sting at all, and that they could still get money under both plans. Actually, I did want to ask you. There's some day of news here that is, is making things more curious, and that is the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, releasing a forecast Stating that our economy absent any significant intervention could be back at pre pandemic economic growth numbers by the middle of this year. Does that have anybody rethinking the size of this stimulus plan? And does that give Republicans maybe some ammunition to say Hey, we don't need a $2 trillion bail out here. Is that something from the Congressional Budget Office and those were the nonpartisan be encounters. They're making this production that by the middle of the year we could be back to where we were before. Which is, if you think about it remarkable that people who live day to day man who may be lost or business lost her job was heard of people living in their cars, and they find it. Hard to believe. But yeah, I do. Pretty guy could give Republicans ammunition coming Anything. What? We have this report to the CBO saying that things were going to get better. But because the vaccines are on the way, it's been about a bit of a bumpy rollout. Now there's been announcement from the government of at home testing kits. They're going to ramp up production. That you can test it home and then hook it up to an analyzer and it'll give Aries. So if you have a smartphone within 15 minutes, imagine how that could change our world in our lives. And going places going back to school. Going back to work. Maybe going to see a concert. Something like that. And all of those things. Yeah. What so much talk about bipartisanship right now. And I'm curious because you know if I'm talking to people that run restaurants have I'm talking people in the street. I think they're saying, Look, we need help. We don't really give a rip whether who wants to take credit for it or whether it's bipartisan or not. How important is the bipartisan bill to the White House? How important is it to the GOP? And why are they struggling so hard to try to at least look like they are moving down that road? This is the first test of bipartisanship. The first real test to see Okay. Does President Biden mean it when he's talking about unity? This meeting today so important? It's also noteworthy that there are 10 senators from the Republican side going over. That's enough to break the filibuster. And go ahead and pass something if they can't come to agreement Democrats have in their back pocket. This idea. I'm sure you heard of it. Budget reconciliation, which was it's a maneuver that allows him to get around the filibuster and passed us on the simple majority vote. But Republicans don't like the idea for one. This includes a $15 minimum wage, which serves they're saying Whoa, Hold on. I might have to lay off workers and we don't need that in the pandemic.

White House Rachel Sutherland W. Jared Congressional Budget Office Susan Collins Oval Office Capitol Hill Biden Rachel FOX President Biden GOP
"cbo" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

Behind the bottom line

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

"You can try to find out what roles suits you best but then you have to make a decision and stick with it because if nobody is sure whether you're a cow a wolf or a butterfly nobody will trust you. We arrived the door of the Dean's House the difficulty. He put a key in the lock. But what about you? Professor? What are you? He stood there for a moment trying to focus his is his hat. All Wild BS stains down his shut and the cheerleaders lipstick on his cheek. Butterfly of course. Big One though. I'm a CBO CBO while you probably heard of CEO's CBO Chief Butterfly Officer. And then he flouted off to bed faster. I hope that everybody who is listening is great. Didn't attempt to do an American accent. The story I think the results would have been very embarrassing but pretty who knows me will recognize that off the three current two types described in the CBO cow wolf and butterfly. I am very much a butterfly. I'm but the CBO is really a kind of summary of my philosophy is of business Probably BE SURPRISED TO LEARN THAT WAY BACK. I did Hoffa an MBA And the bits of the NBA. I really enjoy the organizational theory in management styles and so on a great Where I fell down with only accountantcy as my bank balance. Civil reflects unfortunately But I'm I developed to that a a big interest big reading interest in the whole topic of management and organizations and how they work and so. I've done quite a lot of reading. On topics of Management Styles send organizations. I'm and amongst an apart from will the classics from Peter and Qatar and so on John. I'm which I found. Really interesting to read was a book by Joel. Back and called the corporation the pathological pursuit of profit and power and takes a very dim view of alcohol. Basically see some as psychopathic another book. I like very much was a book called the sociopathic stole by Martha Stout and according to something like four percent all people are actually sociopaths. What's interesting though is that this figure rises to twenty percent out when you look at. Ceo's so maybe Joel backing has something that when he thinks that corporations are actually psychopathic. I'm but anyway the various books influence my My perspective of how organizations are divided up into these three groups of cows Wolfson's and butterflies and also experience my experience working in different organizations which are gone through Reorganizations and transformations and outsourcing and restructuring. I'm and so I've seen actually how it works in organizations how what happens when when there is a big change in a big reorganization and I had to admit in the CBO. The people who don't come out very well the management consultants. I'm actually have a lot of time. Management Consultants and some of my best friends management consultants. I would say I'm and a super bright people Austin and they work. Incredible hours and When you are working with them when his nobody very grateful for the amount of effort put in But I do think they have this perspective all because they come from outside They to rather have this perspective being able to see the value of the butterflies and as about fly myself. I find this rounder offensive This is probably why the management consultants that come out to the roads particularly well. I do think it's interesting though. I think it is important in any organization that you have this ecosystem that you have this balance. I'm that she need people who are able to connect the walls and the cows because I mean let's face it most of the time most of the things that you have to do your job A not so much fun and somebody who is able to help you look at things differently. Help give you a different perspective. I think this is extremely helpful and useful and that is why I argued very strongly. The role of the butterflies severely underestimated in most organizations corporations on and I look forward to the day when CBO CHIEF. Butterfly officer is a genuine role on the board of a company. I think I probably have to wait for quite some time because I don't think anybody's going to buy into the theory of mind. However if they do remember you heard it here first..

CBO Management Consultants Dean Joel backing CEO Wolfson Martha Stout Professor Hoffa NBA officer Officer Qatar Austin Peter John
"cbo" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

Behind the bottom line

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on Behind the bottom line

"Hi I'm James Scofield. The writer of the stories in season to this podcast behind the bottom nine. Can I ask you a? What do you really know about the people you work with? What I've learned is that everybody has an unusual story to tell about themselves. These stories might be funny. Side will frankly weird and over the years. I've turned these people under Vince into short stories for various magazines in each episode of behind the bottom line. I read you my original story an off towards I tell you something about real life background. So let's here today. Story the C O and find out the path to success in any cooperation.

James Scofield Vince writer C O
"cbo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"So good right but I had the the lock Saudi Saudi we stepped out the CBO not it locks before smoked salmon back in the day you had some locks I've had some marks lots is a treat I New York New York City and I was like sixteen house right before I got on the I'm changing my lifestyle completely change here's here's the thing though so I told about that that place over on and okay pineapple express so they do the the toast that's got the locks on it we have like lemon dill cream cheese or something and they dice there's really fine so I've never had it not dice like when I've done it at home I do it dies I I for some reason the idea of the big sheet of lox turns me off yeah it's difficult to chew that was my thought is that I would like I could see myself biting into it and I'm pulling that piece of locks off of my whole bagel when you've got a dice you get the bite of the locks and everybody SO dicing it's genius because when you've got the when you've got the folded sheet of locks you have to actually clamp down on it with your hand as you're putting into the bagel and you're like tearing it off like a great white shark like Chuck still make those noises I bet they do probably but so for example Mary Elizabeth on Twitter said go to stews house of bagels on Belcher road Largo best bagel shop in the area that's the kind of bagel place I'm looking for the obscure out of the way mom and pops like that big mixer uncle Nicks or whatever the hell I went when I stop through lake on this past weekend out of the in the middle of nowhere but it but I mean New York bagels invent a bagel I don't think is like the easy I think it I don't think through the easiest thing to just make because a lot of times they drop right they drop it like a cattle yes they do that the PS bagels are like dropped into a cattle and boiled quickly before they're baked I believe like Iran is here what when I was a child I had the best bagel of my entire life and it'll never return because my mom had a coffee shop pretenders gourmet and she made bagel breakfast sandwiches or she made bagels with cream cheese and those will never come back so nobody's are gonna topper town is gourmet your mom at a bagel place so she had a coffee shop in downtown Brooks also imagine the grand opening in Brooksville Florida and there's ten professional wrestlers sitting there signing autographs inside of a coffee shop and people are rounding the corner at the shopping center at the time and the coffee mugs had a silhouette of my dad's face way via the Olympian banner around it and it just said rotunda's gourmet so in elementary school all the teachers care to cough mobile my dad's face on it and came with their rent for sandwiches that my mom made once you close it down the line up keep she had three kids my dad wrestled he was gonna live well awesome I mean there's one make the bagels should make the bagels I mean Stephan magicians.

CBO
"cbo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"CBO six eighty I personally here with you from now until nine this morning by the way I did a little research for me two seconds here hang our food Jess is so that we know and for our friends stored up in Connecticut emailed him one of the recent reporting periods on homicides and this is out of Kentucky a county call Leslie county which is very heavily appellation says that other cars usually stop from the courthouse the only people across the street for sure some of the friendliest and most courteous around and like a lot of folks in eastern Kentucky they think they can act a little more civilized people big servicer there right with one rather notable exception their per capita homicide rate in this recent reporting period is higher than New York City higher than Baltimore higher than Chicago higher than Los Angeles review by the Lexington Herald leader founder Leslie in the nine and neighboring appellation counties in southeastern Kentucky at a higher homicide rate than many major US cities but Donald Wolfen Perry carries rather at homicide rates of twenty four and twenty one ours are twenty four point two in twenty one point six for everyone hundred thousand people that's clearly higher than Philadelphia New York it's about the same as in Chicago with a less than us play worth hit Ousley counties have ranges rating from twenty one to eighteen point six for it a one hundred thousand people in her own county Estel knocks and we fifteen for every hundred thousand I'm not real surprising hi Ron ellers a professor of history at the university of Kentucky he says that issue Kentucky maybe world it has problems high unemployment poor schools our living conditions are very similar to those in urban areas with the additional impact of fatherless families we see the spike in homicides because there is no adult male role model if they can be used to guide young boys becoming men and of course just as happens so here in Baltimore a majority of the mountain killings of methylation occur among friends neighbors and can you tend to go around burning people you don't know by and large they end up burning people they do know Perry's come off attorney guys one of his job for quite some time since I can count on one hand the number of homicides I've seen that have not involved drugs or drinking same problems here the same problems the county sheriff out there says unemployment violence work like a see saw in the mountains when jobs go down killings go up we're gonna press for the future of the start arguments and the kill each over over nothing second set of a factory a bill to cut crime right now half usually Kentucky has been one of the poorest parts of rural America for decades many of the mountain accounting of the highest per capita murder rates have the lowest per capita income again there's another relationship between appellation number because all of all of our city there you have it okay there you have it so please I understand that we want to maintain the image somehow that the other is doing this is just those black people in the city killing each other this is a black problem though it is not there is a family problem it's a culture problem and I will stress that as often as I can until somebody actually begins to address the issue with the seriousness that it deserves I would have a Rick Davis great guy friend of mine is also the owner and operator of the American bullion center tomorrow even wants to buy your old and antique gold jewelry as state diamonds quite collections old currency sterling silver items sets of flatware and haul.

CBO
"cbo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"CBO good morning cell seven oh nine on Orlando's morning news you've heard us talking about this since since yesterday morning the ambush of Americans in Mexico killing women and children A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan is joining us now from Texas nearby Texas and what do we know about the the people who were killed and the search for the killers what we know that there were six women and a rather six children and three women nine people at least two who died in this whole thing there were other children who managed to escape who were wounded and and hospitalized after that it's expected they'll all be okay at this point the among the survivors Joe is a seven month old baby named face appropriately named because her mother apparently placed on the floor board of one of the S. U. V. C. came under attack during this ambush the baby survived the mother was killed the child was there for eleven hours before she was discovered and take it she's going to be okay and now the search is on is on going for the people responsible for this ambush that tip killed so many people Joe well I do see a reporter from C. N. N. a last eighteen minutes indicating that a suspect has been arrested but is it seems as if more than one suspect would have been involved in this well I think you're right Hey there and there is that preliminary report the of the ministry agency in Sonora has said that an arrest was made yesterday it Agua Prieta which is about a hundred miles from where this took place at they are looking at connections between that person and the ambush that happened on Monday this person this guy and then this may not be too unusual in Mexico was found holding two hostages bound and gagged the end of an arsenal of weapons when he was caught and and then a pickup truck not two thousand nineteen pickup trucks from America so they're out there they're looking at that person possible connections between what happened it Monday to this offshoot of the Mormon church Joe and of course president trump has offered it to engage the US military in this but so far Mexico a doesn't seem too keen on that offer yeah and I suspect that the F. B. I. and maybe see I and other administrator of their investigative agencies may have people down there but you right to the Mexican president there who gets along with president trump thing he's not trying to stop him but simply said no Thangal will try to handle this internally with our own military in in fact military members from Mexico have been sent out there to Sonora state now ABC's Jim Ryan joining us live this morning from Dallas and of course we'll continue to follow the story for us and bring us the latest details here on news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. this is channel nine chief meteorologist Tom Terry you're listening to the seven AM expanded news feed on news ninety six five W. DPO could make every computer and I'm Laura leave remember that female bike rider that was fired for full thing off the president's motorcade last year well that infinite sack may have helped her get a new job she just unseated incumbent on the loading County Board of supervisors in northern Virginia Democrat Joe Lieberman got forty fifty two percent of the vote to win a spot on the Republican held dominated board and don't go into debt for the holidays that's the message from consumer warrior Clark Howard a new credit cards dot com survey shows half of all people with credit cards plan to go into debt.

"cbo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Index of the CBO we up two points crude oil settled a fifty two dollars fifty two cents down a dollar ten corn wheat soybeans all down today WGN traffic tend to sell out and let's talk about travel times the outbound eat in slow tower to the spur twenty eight minutes up to lake cook road then on US forty one from the spur up to lake cook road two right lanes are shut down and that's an emergency closure they don't plan to have that back open until Friday on the inbound side thirty six minutes from lake cook into the junction D. Kennedy outbound thirty one minutes to Montrose forty seven out to the airport the inbound side a forty minute trip from here into downtown seventeen and from the junction the Eisenhower up on for western to twenty five thirty two out to man I'm forty seven out to three ninety the flip tricks can cost you fifty five from three ninety into the old post office thirty eight and from walls on the Stevenson forty nine now to the tri state now or two out of three fifty five three fifty five back to lake shore drive forty two minutes thirty two in from two ninety four the Dan Ryan thirty two minutes out to ninety fifth street slow from forty seven to the Chicago sky way and then we're seeing a crawl all the way to ninety fifth street the dot bishop Ford freeway looking pretty good just about a five minute delay between the Dan Ryan a one hundred and thirtieth street and then it breaks up and I fifty seven album slow from the Ryan to one hundred there twenty two minutes out to I eighty S. four lake shore drive north bound tight from Randolph the fuller ten twenty five minutes from Monroe up to Hollywood in the tri state told way southbound from India Westlake Avenue that stopping go due to construction work in the left lane for personalized drive again man get the traffic Chicago approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg to search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago Jenny cell from the I. dot traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death and now Tom skilling's forecast tonight cloudy with light rain and drizzle. of sixty one tomorrow showers throughout the morning then becoming partly sunny breezy wind.

Hollywood Tom skilling T. R. A. F. F. Stevenson D. Kennedy WGN Hochberg Chicago CBO Monroe Randolph Dan Ryan bishop Ford freeway Eisenhower lake cook US ninety fifth ten twenty five minutes
"cbo" Discussed on The Dr. Hedberg Show

The Dr. Hedberg Show

05:48 min | 3 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on The Dr. Hedberg Show

"Those people are much easier to treat and to get rid of their CBO Abo- so as you can see from these these studies and the one that I just talked about from Poland <hes> the G._P._O.. Antibody levels they are statistically significant skin compared to the control group so there does appear to be a connection in this study with Hashimoto's and CBO but remember they're not really clinically significant since there well they were well below the five hundred mark they were only around ninety four and these subjects so I really am not surprised the constipation dominant CBO group they had higher <hes> thyroid antibody levels and their thyroid hormone levels were worse than the other two so as you can see these are these are some decent studies. There's a fair amount of information here in these studies and previous studies that I linked to so I think we we can conclude at this point that there's definitely a connection between CBO Hashimoto's disease and hypothyroidism now the CBA 'cause harshly motives odors and hypothyroidism or does Hashimoto's and I both Arabism 'cause Cbo the answer is that it can be both possibilities so you can get CBO for a number of reasons. And other than hypothyroidism you can get it from all the things I mentioned before like head trauma major stress and acids <hes> blood sugar issues way too many the antibiotics you know all the things that I mentioned before so you can get CBO for reasons other than Hashi motives and hypothyroidism so you could start with that and then also develop Hashi Motorcyle hypothyroidism because of the CBO <hes> because the CBO damages the gut lining and we know that if you have abnormal gut function in a damaged intestinal barrier you're you're more likely to develop an auto immune condition. That's one of the three things you have to have to develop Hashimoto's so to get Hashimoto's. You have to have three things number. One is a genetic predisposition number. Two is a gut issue number three is some sort of trigger and that's usually an infection like a virus or bacteria or like a major traumatic stressful events or a toxin like mercury anything in the environment <hes> or infection or trauma that really hammers the immune system and <hes> triggers the auto immunity so CBO Zebo can cause that second aspect the gut issue and lead to Hashimoto's disease and then vice versa you could start with harshly motives these hypothyroidism and that leads to sluggish wjr bowels and then that can lead to Cbo so what you really need to understand is that if you have harsh motives these hypothyroidism and you have any of those symptoms that I mentioned four CBO is probably league good idea to get a CBO test and be evaluated now. It's really important that you work with someone who understands CBO <hes> it takes a lot of education to understand Dan CBO. I've been to all the <hes> the major CBO conferences and I've read all the research on that and like I said in the beginning I'm just seeing more and more and more CBO so I'm pretty well versed in it and of course <hes> as well as Hashi motives disease <hes> but you definitely want to work with someone who has a lot of experience with CBO because it is a difficult condition in a lot of people people and sometimes it takes a lot of trial and error to get the right <hes> supplements and diet down to treat it and overcome it in another important point is that two thirds of the cases Sasebo end up relapsing so people get treated and then three months six months a year later the CBA comes back and that's because the reason for the CBO was not I was not actually identified and <hes> treated in the first place so it's important that if you have CBO you don't just treat it with herbal antibiotics or her <hes> prescription antibiotics or all the other things that are done for CBO and then expect it to stay that way you wanna be sure that you evaluate all the reasons why you may have developed CBO in the first place and get corrected and that could be Hachimoto disease and hypothyroidism so if you go to Dr Hedberg Dot com I have the the table that I mentioned and I have the breakdown of these studies. If you wanna I read them I linked to those but very very strong connection and <hes> I think the literature is clear here all right. This is Dr Hedberg. Take care and we'll talk to you next time..

CBO Dan CBO hypothyroidism Hashimoto Hashi Motorcyle Hashi Dr Hedberg constipation Poland Dr Hedberg Dot Zebo Hachimoto three months six months
"cbo" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on WTVN

"Pharmacy counter. That will mean significant savings for seniors sixty five and older, and everybody really, but listen to how Democrats plan to stop it. They point to a Congressional Budget Office estimate of the economic impact of Trump's plan as proof that his reforms will increase drug prices, does it all trick. The CBO is made up of left wing economic Keynesians secret without explaining their economic assumptions, which explains by the CBO is notorious for getting it wrong two thousand three the CBO overestimated, the cost of Medicare Part d by three hundred and forty nine billion dollars. They scored Trump's drug pricing reforms using the same static analysis that doesn't consider how stimulate innovation competition, and create efficiencies to drive down costs. In other words, the CBO simply Nores how the free market works. That's a trick. We shouldn't fall for again. So get the facts, go to healthcare facts. Dot com. That's true. Healthcare facts that com true healthcare, facts dot com. All right. Andrea. Mitchell on MSNBC today, there, she wasn't Normandy interviewing one of our favorite people. Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house. I want you to focus most especially on Andrea, Mitchell cut fourteen go at that. Delegation here, Democrats Republicans joining together to celebrate the ideals and the sacrifices. We are so divided as.

CBO Trump Andrea Mitchell Nancy Pelosi MSNBC Normandy forty nine billion dollars
"cbo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Patients at the pharmacy. Counter that will mean significant savings for seniors sixty five and older, and everybody really, but listen to how Democrats plan to stop it. They point to a Congressional Budget Office estimate of the economic impact of Trump's plan as proof that has reforms will increase drug prices. Does it all trick? The CBO is made up of left wing economic Keynesians, cooperate in secret without explaining their economic assumptions which explains by the CBO is notorious for getting it wrong two thousand three the CBO overestimated, the cost of Medicare Part, d. By three hundred and forty nine billion dollars. They scored Trump's drug pop pricing reforms using the same static analysis that doesn't consider how stimulate innovation competition, and create efficiencies to drive down costs. In other words, the CBO simply ignores how the free market works. That's a trick. We shouldn't fall for again. So get the facts, go to healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare facts that com true healthcare, facts dot com. All right. Andrea. Mitchell on MSNBC today, there, she wasn't Normandy interviewing one of our favorite people. Nancy Pelosi the speaker of the house. But I want you to focus most especially on Andrea, Mitchell cut fourteen. Go look at that bipartisan delegation here, Democrats and Republicans joining together to celebrate the ideals and the sacrifices. We are so divided as a.

CBO Trump Andrea Mitchell Nancy Pelosi MSNBC Normandy forty nine billion dollars
"cbo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Improper CBO Royal, welcome from the Queen at Buckingham Palace today. More from correspondent Bob Costantini, traveling with the president. To avoid motorcades in part because of substantial protests on the streets of London. The president and first lady are traveling by helicopter, the short flight from the ambassador's residence landed them at Buckingham Palace for an initial greeting by Queen Elizabeth as as looked on from balconies. There was also a review of beef eaters part of the state visit with Mr. Trump accompanied by prince. Charles, president also laid a wreath at the grave of the unknown warrior at Westminster Abbey Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson calls despicable fifty two shots several dead in weekend violence in his city. I wish we would gather for better Cajun. But unfortunately over the past two hours in Chicago. We saw a despicable level of violence with fifty two shot and ten kill Johnson says police have confiscated more than ninety gun since Friday, Houston. Police say the remains found in Arkansas last week are those of missing four year old me Davis of Texas dairy invents. The man police are holding in her disappearance told them. Where he dumped her body. Police continue to look for reasons behind the brutal attack at a Virginia Beach government building, or twelve people were gunned down correspondents, Scott clean is there. We know that the suspect had turned in his resignation letter on the morning of the shooting for personal reasons. But the city manager says that there were no disciplinary issues he was not fired. He was not in the process of being fired tragedy in scuba Mississippi just on the line with Alabama, a wreck in a rural highway has killed eight people. The two vehicle accident between van.

president Buckingham Palace Eddie Johnson CBO Queen Elizabeth Bob Costantini Westminster Abbey Chicago Mr. Trump London Davis Chicago Virginia Beach Charles superintendent Mississippi Scott clean Alabama Arkansas Houston
"cbo" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

Wall Street Oasis

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

"We have enough customers to do to originate on my loans, and at that time, we did not predict what the timing would be for online commerce to become one of his now and Cindy NB ended up happening to more of a be platform sedition. An ultimately, you know, conversion our our ESP mile business into offer that was sold to a SunGuard in the future. I was not part of that sale again at once our business. The the first attempt to be took it at a presenting the business kinda failed. Be let go most of the company and all but one of the initial founding team also laugh because we didn't have any value to add at this point. It was much worse than attack effort only to converge on platform does offer so be all kind of again, more equity back and all of us in it, not just me and walked away from it. And then there was an accident the end of it. But obviously was exit Bush reserved for the people who actually meant that exit happened which were the people who were left behind to reprogram it. And you know, the big the big thing the big lesson that I always say from these two experiences was at life miners. I thought we had a very mediocre product at the right time and it had a. Exit outcome at a CBO in. I thought we had a phenomenal product. That's still I would say you can still put up against anything out there today. He'll do. Well. And we had the the wrong time, and we had a mediocre exit. And you know, and that's also very valid lesson. Right. It's it's it's important. It's important to get things. Right. But it's also important to have some luck on your side. And this very very very important to always be able to control your destiny. Enin purchase had to be stuck on. We had lots of money in the Bank. We could have survived the crisis and an had an ultimately large exit. But we raise money from restaurants who are strongly encouraging us to sell an exit, and you know, we were too young. And we just listened and listen to stop you didn't know what we're doing. And and be be perhaps, they're all choices..

Bush Cindy NB CBO Enin Bank
"cbo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"cbo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Opposite of that. The no CBO affect people can actually cause problems physical problems in their body when they are stressed out or unconsciously affecting things are just simply think the world is coming against them. But the idea of moving things, there's gross movement. And there's also affecting chemical processes affecting energy systems affecting electron IX affecting biology healing, people other people as well it runs a wide range of what we seem to be able to do. Although the big problem that we have is that everything. Thing. We're taught tells us this is not possible. So we're program not to believe it, which is why we sometimes in in our field. My field have to do some unusual things to get people past that including spoon bending parties. Geller would love it. Yeah. Hurry. Hurry. Kind of started the whole metal bending thing. Going and in the late nineteen seventies. And aerospace engineer named Jack Alec from Lockheed Martin actually took some psychology around cyclic, and he says Britain up by Guinan ten of foul door in England and apply to Giller is doing and created the concept of a PK party or soon Benny party. And I've I've run a whole bunch of them over the last few years myself, we had on the show a few months ago, and he's going to put bent spoons all around his car. Yeah. Yeah. I think he's doing another. It's maybe not the first one. Yeah. Certainly he's already done that and sold one. So he's probably. He's he's a manufacturer. Now, Ben spoons or something. Yeah. When I do these parties a KOMO with not everybody wants to take everything with them. So I still have boxes. I've been spent cutlery how how can the mind that is not a physical thing create energy to move something. That's that's what amazes me. Well, you know, we're not sure that energies involved the way we think it is. It's not like you're steam coming out of your head and movie me object. There's this is one of those areas where it'd be great to be able to study more on the subject of macro care cycle. Can. So you can see these movements even metal bending and things it's just very difficult because people are subject to human performance rules and can't always do it. So the issues there several suggestions one is that our minds are actually affecting perhaps even gravity which I really don't ascribe to it wouldn't take much for many movements and motions to simply do a minor effect on Brownian motion and molecular motion, and that could cause things to actually move in some ways as well. And. Even the body can even generate electrostatic fields, not consciously certainly which could then move the move certain types of objects, and that's been shown actually to be the case in from some psycho kinetic people. So there's any number of things in the biggest problem. We have is if there's five ways to move an object the same person moving an object five times when you're trying to figure out how that object just moved. It's going to cycle through all five of those ways. That's true. Did you and your work ever come across some work of my aunt, Lloyd, Shafiqa curricula? She wrote a book called breakthrough the creativity about telepathy in ESP. That sounds very familiar. She was a dear friend of Ingo Swann. Yeah. And she was a psychiatrist and devoted her entire practice in Los Angeles to studying extra sensory perception, telepathy. She changed everything about her practice. That's all she wanted to do. I think I read that book years when it came out. It's very old. Yeah. Yeah. I'm pretty sure I've read that book maybe may may read in the nineteen eighties. So it sounds very familiar in the name sounds familiar to unusual name. Let's go to the phones Joe and Long Island New York. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Loyd. Going back a couple of weeks. Lotta people on the beach and Java and a tidal wave. Yeah. Suddenly came on now. I'm just speculating, but say that loud launch crowd of people did not have premonitions or ESPN about that happening to me that would be unusual. But we really don't know. But maybe people send text the friends in the distance saying, hey, I have a premonition some something might happen. And that could be cross check to a degree. So that'd be my first question. My other question would be your class tread St. go to the casino will play the stocks. Can I make money on this? Well, there are people who are who have made money. There is a group of remote viewers. It's making some money on the stock market. Carefully and scientifically they don't. They're not doing a huge amount of money, but they are making some money they've been successful. And I also know from from a good friend of mine who's a psychic medium was asked to leave a casino. She was up twenty two thousand dollars at a blackjack.

Benny party CBO Ingo Swann Ben spoons KOMO Geller engineer Los Angeles England ESPN Jack Alec Lloyd Giller Guinan Loyd Long Island New York Joseph Britain