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"department labor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There's impeachment trial reports now today that the article and picture always sent over on Monday to the Senate. Yeah, well, look, I think you have to be able to do two things at one time. Most organizations don't get the luxury of just handling one thing and ignoring the rest of the world. And I think Congress is nimble enough and adept enough. And now with the leadership they have. I think they could do both. I think they can. Quickly confirm the president's cabinet. He's entitled to that. That should be done quickly to work on the American rescue plan on Keep Going after Kogod all the things that we have to do to get coated under control, and then the American rescue plan to start growing. It's out of it. I think they could do that, in addition to doing the impeachment trial that they're mandated to do so, Richard, let's turn back to our conversation We're having before Mr Ji started his briefing, and that is the changes. We're seeing the department labor in personnel a lot of changes being made by the by administration. And what that means for organized labor going forward. In the longer term, we have the immediate crisis. But then, of course we have the longer term issues. Of course we do. They look I under President Trump. The Department of Labor was designed T O keep workers from getting a voice on the job. You know or be with stacked with union busters they were department itself was the head of the secretary of labor was a union buster in his past life, so they were there to hurt workers. Labor Department is there to protect the rights of workers and the law of the land, says Who encouraged the process of collective bargaining. Rob Peter Robb spent three years attacking that process. And the president said right off the bat. New games in town. We're actually going to comply with the spirit of the law. We're going to encourage collective bargain. That's very, very important. It'll give workers a chance to get a voice look. 60 million workers. According to M. I t say they were joining union today, if given the opportunity, and they can't get the opportunity because the antiquated labor laws that we currently have Were drafted in the 19 forties, and they're no longer applicable there used right now to keep wages down to keep benefits down to keep job security and pensions sound. We need to change them. So we're pushing for the Pro act. Which would actually re balance the scale and actually protect the workers and help them get a stronger voice on the job helps them get better wages, better benefits, better pensions and more economic security. That is what's needed in this economy, and that's what we'll start to shrink. Any quality growing inequality that we've seen today. Which takes us to a key question, Which is how much of what you and I have. You represent organized labor Right now you need and want can be done by personnel by regulation. And what do you need to get statutes passed for Because those as you know, so well are two very different things in Washington. Well, there are scores David of executive orders that the president did that hurt workers and hurt workers rights, whether it's collective bargaining, whether it's a union election. Wanted to collect the barking of federal employees are health and safety so he could get rid of all of those with executive orders, and he is in the process of doing that. The big thing that needs to be done. Yes. We need to get rid of the antiquated labor laws as they said they were written in the 19 forties and are being used to keep wages, benefits and retirement benefits down. That means the probe act that will take legislation. We have to replace the old cast. Hartley Act with a new act that is modern and up to date and well, actually protect and advance the rights of workers not be used to suppress them. We don't want to turn to Marty Walsh s somebody that you said you think is going to do a very good job. Isa, Secretary of Labor and a peace out I found fascinating and, well, we're just today by Julia back Saying that he may have. The answer was called the she session. I mean, it's interesting fact I had missed. I think that employers cut 140,000 jobs in December, and women accounted for 156,000 of them. That is the same. More than all those job losses were women and particularly Black Latino women. What do you expect out of department They were going forward, specifically addressing this issue of the loss of women's jobs, and particularly for black and Latinos. Well, Marty's done a great job as mayor. I've been in Boston, but Marty understands the importance of everything helping safety and power for workers. He also has committed Committed completely to helping the people that have been suppressed and hurt. The most. This pandemic is shown the real weaknesses, a shortcoming gin in our economy. People of color have gotten hurt more They've gotten infected more. They've died more. They've lost more jobs and their wages and benefits have been more effective. We have to correct that as a society. Marti understands that process and will lead us in a in an attempt to correct all those things. Some may require some legislation, but a lot of it can be done. Simply having somebody who was talking directly on adamantly in favor of that to the people who control it in the next employers in this country. All right, Richard. I really appreciate you being with us for so long today and waiting through that press briefing was great to have you this particular day. That's Richard Trump to He's the president of the FL CEO Coming up a member of President Trump's Covert task force. Joe Grogan gives us his review of the Biden vaccination plan that was laid out yesterday. That's next on balance of power. And.
"department labor" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Starting today with the rain across the area this morning and more of it on the way we do have a tropical storm watching flash flood watch both in effect until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning right now, If you start with that shower activity for its 66 high today, expected right around 71. So are you contributing To the military build up of China. Well, apparently, millions of American investors are unknowingly paying for China's military buildup. And we find out more about that. I bring on the president of Americans for limited government. Rick Manning joining us this morning, Rick, Thanks for being with us this morning, So let's dive into this. What exactly are we talking about? Well, it's actually pretty simple Bill. People owned, for instance, a balanced mutual fund and either their personal accounts or in their retirement accounts, or they have a pension. Here's what's what is 99% likely to be true. In that you have something called an emerging market fund. That emerging market fund has 50% of its money in China. Um and so you are, in fact investing in Chinese investments. Every single changes. You know China's communist country just to remind everybody, which means they really don't have a private sector they pretend to for for stock market purposes. But when a company begins to be successful, the become this party because people on the board of directors of that company to make certain that that company's doing the bidding of the government of China Of the Communist regime of China and not of the shareholders. So you effectively have. What's of your money invested in China. You probably don't even know it. If you're getting a pension your pension fund is more than likely Invest in China in Georgia, Georgia state government is more than likely invest in China because All these investment advisors tell Tell the treasure state treasure has been like that. They need to be diversified and being diversified means you need to be. An emerging markets may be in China, which second largest economy in the world, So yes, the bottom line is you're unlikely and I am more unlikely invested in China. And it's a and we're invest in Chinese Chinese companies that are doing really, really bad things. Added from slave labour to child labor and others. Yeah, and that was what I wanted to talk a little bit about because they don't do business The way we do business, You know, we have a lot of folks over here who complain about their employers or they're working editions of the wages, but You know, I'm not just saying that sometimes they don't have something to say. But, ah, you take a look at what's going on in China in the way A lot of those people are treated. That's horrendous. That is horrendous around the keys is why the reason? One of reasons a lot of the corporations went to China because of Chief labor. The department of Labor Yeah. Secretary of Scalia yesterday came out with Of recognition of International Liberty Village celebrities Day where they noted that China has more companies and industries that have been cited by the department Labor as using child slave labor. In any other country. In the world of the number he put out there was 17 different industries use childhood slave labour on DH. So what we're talking about Is when we're invested in China. We're effectively slaveholders because we're profiting off of slave labor were profiting off child labor, and I don't know anybody in America in 2020. Who wants to be a slave holder in China. That's a or anywhere else for that matter. It is a esos reprehensible, but it's even worse than that bill. Because what was also happening in China are we have people being put into concentration camps. Simply because of the religion or because they politically disagree with the with the Communist government. We're having people being travel restrictions being not ableto even move around having amount of food that they can get. Being restricted by the Chinese government because they're using something called social credit mark monitoring, actually using technology developed by companies that were investing in To actually determined every aspect of people's lives and portion out what they're able to get. In terms of being able to travel where they're able to house take a livin with all the things we take for granted that we're able to do based on markets this dictated by the government's so if you're a good, good little person you get there, and the government likes you. You get to have a nice house. You could have a nice food if you no matter your skills. If the number doesn't like you, you get you get nothing so concentration camps. And I haven't gotten to the worst part of this. They engaged in something enforced organ harvesting where you can schedule a rich person could schedule an organ transplant in China now, like we have to do where, you know you get kidneys rushed to you, because when somebody dies you on a waiting list. Got a waiting list in China. They even schedule you know, I want to go in there on, you know, on Tuesday to get a get a kidney, and they'll have people in concentration camps. Who's literally use as organ donors. And they empty their bodies out of organs, keeping them alive. And sell the organs because in China, you have no individual liberties. So your body isn't your own. Your body is not sure. Oh, they actually will kill people taking the organs one by one out of them to sell to people who want them from around the world and Rick Manning our guests reprehensible. It's not believable. Rick Manning, our guest president of Americans for limited government, real quick, Rick, Before we the Khan gets us. So that's the situation as it is. What is it that we as individuals can do? And what is that? We as a government need to be thinking about? Well as individuals. There is one thing that's really easy to dio websites. The best China now dot org's best divest China now dot org's And sent a letter to the Department of Labor from there, take action page and what they liked. Leonard does ask the Department of Labor to end US retirement funds. Private retirement funds being able invest in China because Chinese investments are not only immoral, but they're unsafe and it's perfectly within the law for the Department of Labor. To do that, In fact, they're helping compelled to do that. People need to like Department of labor know that And you know, to show how important this is the center law for actually similar the Department of Labor just a couple days ago, urging them to divest from Chinese investments because of the abhorrent conditions there and how they're using our money to build a military to kill our soldiers and take away our freedom as well as the freedoms of their own people. So Senator lovers weighed in heavy with us, which is AH, big deal. And now I'm asking the people among people in Georgia away. And because this is your voice does matter, and the Department of Labor will listen. Divest China now dot org's That's the website Teo be able to take action and get a grassroots movements going because that's what works best in this country is when we get the grassroots moving. And we get involved and invested. And then at that point, we will be able to get by with limited government and Rick Thanks for being with us President Americans for Limited government wish you the best good health and thanks for being with us, we'll be checking back with you to see how things were going. Appreciate Bill Take care. Sure thing with 6 52 at North George's News talk moving into a brand new, soggy day, D'oh. And checking out the latest headlines. BJ saw on duty, Mack says Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom Thank you. Bill.
"department labor" Discussed on KGO 810
"The compliance record an online accessibility. And we're very excited to have been on the list. I found it rather ironic that financial times, grades us in part on our online accessibility, but we don't call ourselves a robo adviser. And that takes us to the final conversation in the world of investing for today's program, and that is SG environmental, social and governance. Do you want to make investment decisions based on a company's Conduct regarding the environment society or the way it handles governance, meaning the operations of his businesses that unethical company Well, there's a movement increasingly for investing in an SG way. Well, you have to be very careful about this. In fact, the secretary of the Department of Labor Eugene Scalia, recently wrote an op ed in The Wall Street Journal saying, If you're running a 41 K plan Forget it. Forget about using SG To manage the money. If you're running a pension fund, forget about it. Forget about using MSG in your management of assets. Why did the Department of Labor feel it necessary to write this op Ed? Because flows into SD funds have increased nearly fourfold in the last few years. There are now over 500 mutual funds that claimed Haven't SG Focus 3100 institutional investors, in fact, have signed the U. N principles for responsible investing. What's the problem? Real simple. Mitty analyze six rating providers and found wildly different results. Facebook got the top score from one and a below average score from another. So you tell me it's Facebook socially responsible, or isn't it? You see under the law. If you're running a pension plan, you've got to focus on your plan Participants, best interests and the department Labor, said quote This means making investment decisions based solely on whether they enhance retirement savings. But he s G factors are often touted to address social welfare not to maximize returns. One prominent firms says it's funds may earn below market returns because the firm's goal is to promote environmental and social progress. And the department Labor says quote That tradeoff may appeal to some investors, but it's not appropriate for a fiduciary managing other people's retirement funds. So you've got to really be careful about this. In fact, Vanguard just launched its first GSD Fonda corporate bond there now 300 extra funds out there with $320 billion in them. Vanguard says It uses positive screening to exclude firms that don't need its standards. They exclude companies. They're making money from adult entertainment, alcohol, gambling, tobacco, nuclear weapons, civilian firearms, nuclear power, GMO, coal, oil and gas. We'll do those things appeal to you. Well, I gotta Just raise this question for you. One company, in particular, just issued a report showing how they're working on income inequality, Sustainability community support how they're providing diverse and inclusive working environments, how they engage in fair working conditions, how they're focused on health safety and well being at work the socio economic well being a farming communities. How they're using careful approaches for hiring, retaining and developing employees for climate protection. Forest conservation littering prevention. ICO design in their products, waste reduction, water stewardship. All this sounds great, doesn't it? Doesn't this seem like the kind of a company that you would love to invest in? Because there s G attitude and structure is so good. Well, guess who just issued this 192 page report about their own behavior. Philip Morris Way Wrong? Yeah, the company that sells cigarettes, marble Parliament, Virginia Slims and chewing tobacco now selling tobacco sticks. Manufacturing a product that kills eight million people a year worldwide. They are now saying That they aren't SD company. Do you really know what stocks you're buying if you're buying a mutual fund that's claiming to be yesterday. Before you buy. Give us a call. Talk about it with us. Let us hope you figure it all out. Triple eight Plan Rick,.
"department labor" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Basic needs licensing process could take up to six months visit DCFS is website click on loving homes for more information the law department labor warning about heat hazards for those working outside the summer spokesperson Mike Mitchell says employers should make sure their workers or save quite a lot of stress actually early in the summer make sure that they're taking those breaks when they can get in on some shade when they can especially staying hydrated operations by one of the most important things they can do signs of heatstroke include confusion a temperature of a hundred three or higher dizziness headaches and a fast pulse the small city in far southern Illinois is making headway fixing a big problem rand tower on the Mississippi west of Carbondale is dealing with a large sinkhole it started after the city was hit hard by flooding it's been getting bigger and after a main road buckled it's now thirty feet in diameter five feet deep and they shut down the sewer system city leaders okay to one hundred thousand dollar emergency loan for repair they're waiting on over four million dollars in flood recovery money to fill the hole Dave Schwan WGN news WGN sports Louisiana tech officials say football player tested positive for carbon nineteen and that he and some of his teammates been instructed self quarantine for two weeks school officials say contact tracing help identify additional football players who could have been exposed first PGA event since the start of the code nineteen pandemic took place in fort worth this weekend Daniel Berger takes home the Charles Schwab challenged winning a playoff with Colin Moore kala finishing at fifteen under par I'm Roger batter Sean Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN what game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow can go without talking about insurance ready.
"department labor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The next thing we know we get a notice from the labor department that because we're now selling to the government we have to be inspected for affirmative action program I went ballistic you mean we could we could sell as much of this product is we can make we can raise the price but we didn't we're gonna donate for production to the government because they really wanted I'm doing as a loyal citizen and the result of this is we're not gonna get a labor department inspection for business that we didn't want but I have to give the labor department which is a rare exception my experience for government agencies to give them a lot of credit so I don't one of our law firms right this in a letter to labor department labor department by the way affirmative action we had a full affirmative action right it's not like you know how it works right now I get anything to hide it was just not possible of this the principle of the matter terrible exactly as a matter of fact I took great pleasure great personal pleasure when we would be able to promote up minority employees to height to make into management and promote them high into higher levels of management as well as some of the girls that came from the local Catholic high school who didn't have you know that any college education some of them actually went up to come supervisors and the manager so I she took pride took personal pleasure in but anyway certainly with the letter labor department and the labor department's credit which I've never seen this done with us in any other government agency ever before ever after they they contacted us our lawyers they said you know what we have no choice being that your government supplier now the the the the computer kicked out inspection of your Fuhrman of action policy just make sure you have the policy on the table when we walked in they walked in they look at the policy for five minutes they walked out everything was fine so that is the better one good story have about government agencies I have a whole lot of bad stories for you also well what do you do around this time.
"department labor" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"More than expected exceeded expectations many economists all right so that's growth which is good news I the only thing that might they put in a negative spin on this even though you want to most of them were out food and drink services yeah and the numbers could've been a higher and health care yeah yeah and then you still have the General Motors strike you're right even in now the light of the General Motors strike so I it's going up in and what the what I hate about the department of labor is someone earning let's say a hundred and thirty thousand dollars a year or a hundred thousand dollars a year is a very high tech individual the words a real skill job is the same as someone earning eighteen thousand dollars in a fast food establishment it's still full employment and as let's say those high end jobs decline in the lower end jobs increase you can actually have better unemployment numbers and a more miserable economy and that this I wish it and by the way I just I'm not making a judgment here I just wish I'd the department of labor actually broke it down add because say it's it's too wide a figure because it eight department labor for example counts people that are have been out of work for ex number of months and it's fall in or no longer looking for work because they they they're not register anymore those people aren't even in the equation anymore they disappeared where they're still unemployed all right let's move on finally we know how she's going to pay for it all.
"department labor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. This is Bloomberg best. President Trump this week, signed an executive order that he said, would bring down the cost of healthcare across the country. And Bloomberg's David Westin spoke with the secretary of health and human services Alex as our to talk us through the president's order. I really do believe that we're going to look back on this executive order and these actions around brain transparency on price and quality information is one of the major, fundamental shifts in American healthcare reform that we will have ever experienced for folks like us who understand markets and customers, you can't have a market without price and quality information. And so what the president is doing is ordering us to have hospitals. Disclose information based on their negotiated rates that they've got in consumer-friendly machine readable format. He's making us put out requirements so that insurance companies give you the patient information on the list price, the negotiated price and your expected out of pocket. Get this before you go to the doctor and. Before you go to the hospital scene, you can make an informed choice. So that sounds pretty good. As you say that people who deal with markets. We believe in markets based on transparent information, but as a practical matter, these things can get pretty complicated. How we're gonna make sure if missions provided in a way that people can actually understand it because you're not both. No, you can put it out in ways. They're pretty confusing. That's right. David, that's why you'll notice I used to words in their machine readable. We're going to be putting out whether it's ensuring the hospital doubt of the insurance company data or the broader claims one of that one other aspect that is going to be just revolutionary. But what the president's required here is that we the VA the defense department Labor Department put out claims data from all of these healthcare programs that in a way that's D identified and protects patient information privacy and security, but make that available all so many entities out. There are so much better at analyzing big data coming up with trends, identifying efficiencies, but also making it consumer accessible, we in the government or not expert at that. But there are a lot of companies out there that are who could figure this out for consumers if we just make the data available. So one of the earlier initiatives, you had enroll.
"department labor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. This is Bloomberg best President Trump this week, signed an executive order that he said, would bring down the cost of healthcare across the country, and Bloomberg's David west spoke with the secretary of health and human services Alex as our to talk us through the president's order. Well, I really do believe that we're going to look back on this executive order, and these actions around bringing transparency on price and quality information is one of the major, fundamental shifts in American healthcare reform that we will have ever experienced you know, for folks like us who understand markets and customers, you can't have a market without price and quality information. And so what the president is doing is ordering us to have hospitals. Disclose information based on their negotiated rates that they've got in consumer-friendly machine readable format. He's making us put out requirements so that insurance companies give you the patient information on the list price, the negotiated price. And your expected out of pocket get this before you go to the doctor, and before you go to the hospital scene. You can make an informed choice. So that sounds pretty good. As you say that people deal with markets, we believe in markets, based on transparent information. But as a practical matter, these things can get pretty complicated. How are we going to make sure the information is provided in a way that people could actually understand it because you're not both? You can put it out in ways. They're pretty confusing. That's right. David, and that, that's why you'll notice I used to words in their machine readable. We're going to be putting out whether it's ensuring the hospital doubt of the insurance company data or the broader claims out of one of that one other aspect that is going to be just revolutionary. But what the president's required here is that we the VA the defense department Labor Department put out claims data from all of these healthcare programs that in a way that's D identified and protects patient information privacy and security, but make that available all. So many entities out. There are so much better at analyzing big data coming up with trends, identifying efficiencies, but also making it consumer accessible. We in the government are not expert at that. But there are a lot of companies out there that are who could figure this out for consumers if we just make the data available. So one of the earlier initiatives, you had all.
"department labor" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hugh Hewitt, college campuses have gone from fashions of free speech to enclaves of group thing. We're all too often we see the complete silencing of opposing youth, and by opposing views may mean anything conservative. I brought this up with the United States attorney general for the civil rights division at the department of Justice, Eric Dr Ben when he joined me on the Hugh Hewitt Show. In March, the president signed an executive order, saying free speech matters in higher education, and that we're going to get involved in this. You're right, Hugh. The president did issue an executive order just last month in that order. He's encouraging institutions to foster environments that promote as he says in his order open intellectually engaging in diverse debate, and including compliance with the first moment, and I think more importantly, though, the president's executive orders directing the executive branch of the government to ensure. Compliance with the first amendment, including it's free speech protections. And and and he's directed particular agencies including cabinet departments to seek ensure protection. So including the education department Labor Department several others here at the Justice department. Of course, we we we seek to enforce and protect civil rights of all Americans and those include free speech rights. And so we have done is we have intervened and several lawsuits that deal with such practices as speech codes prior restraints on speech, viewpoint discrimination, free speech, limited miniscule, areas of campuses, hecklers, vetoes limitations on permissible speakers things like that. Well, we have explained to the courts that the first amendment protects speech, and that as applied that there have been violations that we've seen in many many cases, unfortunately now AG drive. We got Charles. Murray being shouted down and heckled off of a campus. He's an older gentleman Euler night. And then you got Ben Shapiro who I think is eighteen band. You know, what friend of mine's not who about that? It doesn't matter age. It doesn't it doesn't matter. What they're talking about. It's just that they are identified as conservative. So what penalties befall a university that indulges a heckler's veto various kinds number one. I think you know, the courts ruled uniformly in our favor things cases that various times universities have in other cases have changed their practices wants the Justice department showed up to challenge them. But this is a real problem. And it's an ongoing problem that we're saying on college and university campus throughout the country. I think there are two main sources of the problem number one students do not seem to understand the first amendment. There seems to be this view among students that that they need to be protected and speech, which they don't agree with and that they view it as acceptable to shout down speakers with whom they disagree. In fact, one recent study showed that. Majority of students believed that expropriate to do that a significant number of students believe that violence is acceptable prevent people from speaking. And in some cases, we've even sane criminal misconduct related to attempts to interfere with the right of free speech on campuses at the same time. I think the universities have become a bit of an ideological echo chamber, where faculty staff and others are overwhelmingly of one point of view. When one study, for example, staff and Saturday were roughly ninety percent identified as liberal in. Another study save fifty one top tier college university. Most is is not all the colleges and universities studied were overwhelmingly registered of those among registered registered with one political party, the Democratic Party thirty nine percent of those schools had zero faculty who are registered with Republicans. And so what we see here is talk. Combination of students who don't understand the first amendment and faculty and staff and administrations who are I think infected with and kind of groups think where everybody should think alike and don't seem to appreciate the fact that the first amendment is designed to protect all kinds of speech, and to protect us from the government rather than designed to protect students and faculty and others some ideas, they don't like.
"department labor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A predecessor clash in a heated exchange over foreign policy, Vice President Dick Cheney fears, President Trump's foreign policy is more like Barack Obama's than Ronald Reagan's. That's Cording to a transcript of a private weekend event obtained by the Washington Post, according to the transcript Cheney said he was troubled by the Trump administration's decision to enjoy military exercises with South Korea acclaimed, vice President Mike Pence said would not affect America's readiness paints. Also hit back at Cheney's criticism of the president's hardline stance toward NATO allies saying he believes it is possible to demand partners pay more to provide for the common defense will also reaffirming a strong commitment to America's allies in Washington. Shawn Blanchard, Fox, News and airlines have grounded their 737 backstage jetliners following Sunday's crash that killed one hundred fifty seven people. It's the second fatal crash of that aircraft in six months. It's Boeing's hottest selling jetliner. The FAA says too soon to order any actions by USA. Airlines. Boeing says it will update the software those planes. Another vote in Great Britain's parliament scheduled tonight on Brexit. It's the third in recent months, the Labor Department labor party rather predicting the vote will fail again. Did you send a congratulatory text the thing that made phrases like WWW dot com? Part of our vocabulary barking milestone today. It was Al Gore who told CNN in the late nineteen ninety s I took the initiative in creating the internet though, it was actually Tim burners Lee who in nineteen eighty nine and put his idea to paper Linke Lynn formation and computers you've got mail in. What would become the World Wide Web? It changing the way we buy stuff and how we consume news, and entertainment, we should work.
"department labor" Discussed on KTOK
"Tucker Carlson, just so much parking and noisy. Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent. Who controls my voice, nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. The vice presidents at a predecessor clash in a heated exchange over foreign policy, Vice President Dick Cheney fears, President Trump's foreign policy is more like Barack Obama's than Ronald Reagan's. That's according to a transcript of a private weaken event obtained by the Washington Post. According to the transcript Cheney said he was troubled by the Trump administration's decision to enjoy military exercises with South Korea acclaimed, vice president Mike paint said it would not affect America's readiness paints. Also hit back at Cheney's criticism of the president's hardline stance toward NATO allies saying he believes it is possible to demand partners pay more to provide for the common defense will also reaffirming a strong commitment to America's allies in Washington. Shawn Blanchard, Fox, News, four and airlines have grounded their seven thirty-seven backstage jetliners following Sunday's crash in Ethiopia that killed one hundred fifty seven people. It's the second fatal crash of that aircraft in six months, it's Boeing's hottest selling jetliner. The FAA says too soon to order any actions. By US airlines. Boeing says it will update the software those planes. Another voted Great Britain's parliament scheduled tonight on Brexit. It's the third in recent months, the Labor Department labor party rather predicting the vote will fail again. Did you send a congratulatory text the thing that made phrases like WWW dot com? Part of our vocabulary barking milestone today. It was Al Gore who told CNN in the late nineteen ninety s I took the initiative in creating the internet though, it was actually Tim burners Lee who in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine put he's idea to paper Linke Lynn formation and computers. You've got mail in. What would become the World Wide Web? It changing the way we buy stuff and how we consume news, and entertainment, we should work.
"department labor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It. Here's a rewind of the Mark Simone show already in progress. Law enforcement guys off the record former intelligence guys, you know, guys that can dig really deep into some everybody's Email. Everybody's cell phone. So they're checking herself everybody got into her cellphone phone checking the National Enquirer works. They're trying to get to the bottom of this. He believes it might have been politically motivated that maybe some right wing people. Maybe even the president in revenge for the Washington Post. Maybe they've done this. Tim sounds crazy to me. There are other ways they could go after Basil's. This would not be it. So a lot of money will be spent a couple of million will be spent on this investigation. All because she's a hell of an actress, and is crying and convinced him. It wasn't me. Somebody got into my phone. We'll see what happens. Let's go to John in Brooklyn. Hey, john. You all all the Justice department. Just a comment that you made the Justice department is. From the Thursday. That'd be awful. In. One of his name session. Way. Call me. By the president. On home. Say. Once a witch admits and calling up. This investigation. I wanted stuff. And you all the terrific explaining how. Independent agent. You know, that's a good point people. Make these crazy claims. The Justice department is supposed to be totally independent. No, it's not it's a cabinet department. The attorney general's a cabinet member president is in charge of the Justice department. The president is the Justice department, the president has total control of the State Department Labor Department. The Justice department has total control there's at famous example of Nixon was at a time. They were trying to help the business climate, and they they were going after I t and t I don't have it lost it. I'll try to find it against the great clip of Nixon calling the acting attorney general dumb shut that investigation down. Now ordering shut it down. But they could do that at any time with any of this. This Ray the new FBI director looks like a disaster you had under Komi some really dirty cops in there. Just most of the FBI great hard-working heroic men and women, but Komi surround. Himself with some really sleazy bad cops. You know, you had struck page McCabe. I mean, these are all people have been caught line fired in disgrace. Komo's little Kabali at around. And a Ray, obviously, not as bad as these guys. But he doesn't look great. As mentioned before the Senate Judiciary committee is now going to investigate the FBI for that. Roger stone raid that was a ridiculous over the top theatrical stupid this Normandy, invasion on the lawn of of Roger stone's, just a waste of taxpayer money. Let's go to Don in Huntington station. Hey, don. Mark. How are you? Good. Just a just a statement with with with the Intel agencies blasting Trump, the Intel wasn't it wasn't it Robert Muller that gave the Intel to President Bush that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And. No, no. You wouldn't you a little leery about trusting your Intel? No is it mentioned before this is perfectly normal every president questions intelligence as is all the time. They don't always do it publicly. But there have been many presidents from Obama to Bush to whoever when they come in with the briefing, and they give them the stuff. He goes, you're wrong. This is wrong. Go do it again. That happens a lot. It's not unusual. Not a new in fact into former CIA guys will tell you president said, you don't know what you're talking about. You're wrong. Go redo this comeback with another briefing, the perfectly normal happens. All the time. Let's go to Mary. Also in Huntington. Hey, Mary interested in the interview that you had with the economist. Sorry, I don't remember his neighbor. Thank you when he was talking about manufacturing jobs that need to be filled in Ohio. I'm just wondering why the wonderful governor who seems to care for people so much. Why doesn't he help the manufacturing companies trained some of the people? On welfare. So that they can get off the dole and begin to earn some money if they're on. Well, he can't shared brownies democrat. He's busy raising money. He's going to run for president. He's going to run for vice president, he's fundraising. They don't have time for actual work or anything. It's like, our mayor our governor the busy campaigning. They're going to run for this that they're meeting with donors. They're traveling around making speeches at the time to sit.
"department labor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Bazo. The girlfriend Sanchez. Apparently, there was some steamy tax you remember we read you those were real silly. It's real nerdy guy. Trying to write these sexy. Text the very awkward. They were revealed the inquirer printed them, the inquirer said she showed them to friends. That's how they got them a basis doesn't believe it because I'm sure she said to him, and she's quite the social climber. She's like the Edmund Hillary of social climbing. You remember she had that big football player, then she moved up to this big movie mogul now she's moved up to him. So she's quite the social climber. So she probably did if I had a guess she probably showed him to our friends. She was bragging about snagging basis richest man on earth. But you know, she's probably crying and crying with him. I in do it. I couldn't how did this to me somebody. So he is funding an investigation he has investigators on this guy like that the richest man on earth. This means real investigators and not just private is. But I mean like law enforcement guys off the record former intelligence guys. You know, guys that can dig really deep into some everybody's Email. Everybody's cell phone. So they're checking herself everybody ever got into her cellphone. They're checking the National Enquirer works. They're trying to get to the bottom of this. He believes it might have been politically motivated that maybe some right wing people. Maybe even the president in revenge for the Washington Post. Maybe they've done this. Tim sounds crazy to me. There are other ways they could go after basis this would not be it. So a lot of money will be spent a couple of million will be spent on this investigation. All because she's a hell of an actress, and is crying and convinced him. It wasn't me. Somebody got into my phone, then we'll see what happens. Let's go to John in Brooklyn, John. You all all the Justice department. Just a comment that you made the Justice department is one flying around the pregnant from the first day that he was pregnant you need to awful. In. One of his name and sessions sessions. Call me. By the president. And that one. AM agency. Say one thing you played a alleged Nixon calling up. This investigation. I wanted stuff. All the terrific wall explaining how the department. Independent. A good point people. Make these crazy claims Justice department is supposed to be independent. No, it's not it's a cabinet department. The attorney general's a cabinet member president is in charge of the Justice department. The president is the Justice department, the president has total control of the State Department Labor Department. The Justice department has total control that famous example of Nixon was at a time. They were trying to help the business climate. They were going after I t and t I don't have lost it off to find it against a great clip of Nixon calling the acting attorney general thumb shut that investigation down. Now ordering him to shut it down. But they could do that at any time with any of this. This is Ray the new FBI director looks like a disaster you had under Komi some really dirty cops in there. Just most of the FBI great hard-working heroic men and women, but Komi surrounded himself with some really sleazy bad cops, you know, you had struck page McCabe. I mean, these are all people have been caught lying fired in disgrace. This is komo's little cabal. He had around him. And Ray, obviously, not as bad as these guys. But he doesn't look great. As mentioned before the Senate Judiciary committee is now going to investigate the FBI for that. Roger stone raid that was ridiculous over the top theatrical stupid this Normandy, invasion on the lawn of of Roger stone's, just a waste of taxpayer money. Let's go to Don in Huntington station. Hey, don. Mark. How are you? Good. Just a just a cross statement with with with the Intel agencies blasting Trump out the Intel wasn't it wasn't it. Robert Muller that gave the Intel to President Bush that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. And not only. No. What wouldn't you be a little leery about trusting your Intel? No as I mentioned before this is perfectly normal every president questions intelligence agencies all the time. They don't always do it publicly. But there have been many presidents from Obama to Bush to whoever when they come in with the briefing and stuff he goes, you're on this is wrong. Go do it again. That happens a lot. It's not unusual. Not anew. In fact, in former CIA guys will tell you president said, you don't know what you're talking about. You're wrong. Go redo this comeback with another briefing, the perfectly normal happens. All the time. Let's go to Mary. Also in Huntington. Hey, mary. Good morning, Mark. Yes. Earn interested in the interview that you had with the economist. Sorry, I don't remember his name more. Thank you. When he was talking about manufacturing jobs that need to be filled in Ohio. I'm just wondering why the wonderful governor who seems to care for people so much. Why doesn't he helped the manufacturing companies trained some of the people on welfare? So that they can get off a dole and begin to earn some money if their own well, he can't because it's shared brownies democrat. He's busy raising money. He's going to run for president. He's going to run for vice president, he's fundraising. They don't have time for actual work or anything. It's like, our mayor our governor the busy campaigning. They're going to run for this that they're meeting with donors. They're traveling around making speeches at the time to sit around and office and actually do things when we come back. Remember so early in the week, they put up these fake polls trying to make look like the president was doing badly in a moment. We'll talk to the greatest pollster in the world. I mean, these doesn't do these public policy. Does the real serious wants the private ones? The candidates really use John McLaughlin. We'll get him next on seven ten w let's get all the latest news. Here's Mike Bauer. Thank you. Mark bone chilling temp. Pictures have people bundled up this morning. It's the coldest day of the year and officials are telling people to stay inside. If you can if you do have to go outside make sure you wear several layers limit your exposure to the cold, HUD, secretary Ben Carson is in the city today for historic announcement about public housing. It's looking like there won't be a federal takeover of nights yet. But rather the installation of an independent monitor. The city has been ordered by a court to make needed upgrades. 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"Make sense. What did she do? She does she work for she worked for labor Labor Department labor Labor Department. Oh, everyone, you know, get job placement except for your father semi father because he told her right away. When she got the job, you can't headed me. Fuck you why she didn't? You really work for the department of labor. I can help you a lot of times. You know, you how you get Baird with somebody. When you go to a doctor whoever's in the lobby you get people get married in Cuba idea like each other too much. So they just got hired because of the government. Yeah. They said you have to have a baby you have to, you know, work for the government know what you wouldn't be here. If not for that. That's sure through. Yeah. Hey, I know, hey, my con- the fruit of their loins now has one hundred twenty three million dollar contract with the Mets, and is the father the father of Mr Mann, also the food of your father's loins are all over the floor in which he shit himself out true engla- but badly those things didn't happen. You NPS strong as you are today. If you pollute like that the spray that they spray on like bodies to see acts body sprint in. No, not ask body sprint at what are you talking about spreading at a crisis looming amount? That makes you know print show. No. But it's it's like bodily fluids. Black light. Yeah. Towards the end of my father's light. He's body was like a lotta is coming. It was so purple and in and so if you put all in this house, just everything's just everywhere you just like Star Wars. Our little part where the where the crawl big six big fight with light sabers and blooded spray Luminol to see. Yeah. That's fun. That must be fun for a little kid. Yeah. It was fun who's very much fun. But but now he did happy I met you. I am really happy to me. You got to be part of America. I know you have to go. But I'm so happy that I met you we need to take a break. But do they sing in Cuba? When you play like for us. You take me out for seventh-inning a song and Cuban guessing for the break. Ito bunuel. I want to go get eat goal Migo blow. John, wait. Wait, you want to come in and give you a blow job? Yes. Blow stretches. We. You go to the blow job we need to take a break when we come back. Unfortunately, Johnny you have to go you you're saying do too. But we have a different guest coming up. I believe serious. I'm very radical. Other guess what? A packed showy of. We'll be an hopefully ratio will come back at a certain point. We'll be right back with more comedy. New year. That's right. It's twenty nineteen a brand new year fresh start. How about you make listening to home affiliate one of your New Year's resolutions home affiliate? What is it? Okay..
"department labor" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Do something else but like that could be challenging right right and so like the government might try to help in that situation rating and help you get new skills like maybe you're a coal miner and you you develop a back injury so you can't mined coal anymore and you wanna be a medical assistant into insurance filing claims filing in like the government will give you some training to do that in the new go get a job doing that which you are not like physically prevented from doing that seems like a perfectly good use case there's a really good review of experiments that have been done like actual randomized experiments on the team at georgetown put together and the federal government has invested a lot like through ejaz through the department labor through social security administration in trying to figure out ways to help people in vulnerable groups transition back into implement in there some models that seem to work that have been been tried throughout the decades but not all of them do like there was a a recent bevy of transitional work programs specifically for exprisoners none of which found really significant orleans or employment impacts the uganda subsidized job he worked in that than the subsidy went away you stop working and i think the takeaway from that and the authors takeaway is not we should not try to help these people get jobs like we should and there are some techniques that are more promising than others might take it was more like it's really really hard that like these people are not working for a reason it's and that they're they're really deep barriers that are keeping them from working in related to societal stigma and prejudice denial of skills in the lack of opportunities to develop skills in we should address those things but designing the programs really really tough and it makes me concerned when a lot of the job guarantee discussion sort of hand waves away details about how to design the program and sort of soums that that these people will get public jobs and we can figure out how to do that rapidly in easily specifically the hand waving takes place i think at the major.
"department labor" Discussed on Material
"In gender pay there is a fourth complainant who was a heidi lamar who was a teacher at googles children's centre paul alto for four years it's it's going to be back is it it looks like it's going to unfortunately pan out little bit like apple versus samsung the patent cases where it's going to be a long time as both of them as both sides nearly gained antara nature it's got bigger unfair it's gonna roll down a hell instead of all i dropped this in our in our talk like right before we came on to record because it just hit right before say just one in winter surface say i wanted to surface at so that we can all sort of keep an eye on this case as we head into the air um it's not it's also big deal because california revised some of its liberalize it essentially prohibits employers from asking applicants about their prior salaries and it's just because the political climate that's going on over here i now now this is kind of making the rounds so um it's really interesting i'm gonna be watching this uh this year and the sad thing is were only really learning about this because of protections that are that the that the american government has put into place a because google is a very big government contractor they have to comply with the part of the united states department of labor requirement saying you have a should you have to give us access to your employment history in your point when you're hiring records to make sure we know that you're giving everybody is square deal and well guess what the department labor discover that no you're not giving everybody is square deal and so it just it's i can't speak for what should be the universal truce of truth of anything but this does tack in nicely with something that i feel that the government is government has to be the watchdog to govern has to be the protector of individual people i know that goes cow contrary to deepseated feelings from a lot of people but the thing is that if you are a huge corporation like google you've got people fighting for.
"department labor" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Dive down take away from all of his financial setback was just one of bangar yes he does allegedly allegedly all you take away from all this financial setbacks was to changes business strategy from borrowing to build than buying assets to just licensing his name friday around this time i approached by mark burnett about doing a new reality show called the apprentice the shows competition between contestants to find the ultimate head uh uh talent ahead one of his companies this once again elevated donald in the eyes of americans along with his catchphrase you're fired his name became more popular and therefore his ability to license his name became more lucrative right so yes so at this point i mean it's essentially he's a merchandiser basically around this time the department labor cited to trump businesses twenty four times for failing to pay overtime or minimum wage the two thousand five natasha stoyanov said she was at mar lago to interview donald well i think we've heard this story before dave how does the gulf for trump magazine donald shudder round quote we walked into that room alone and trump shut the door behind us i turn around and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall enforcing is tongue down my throat i was stunned and i was grateful when trump's longtime butler bre that's what has that although burst into the room a minute later as i tried to unpaid myself donald told her quote you know you're going to have an affair you know we're going to have an affair don't you they did not within days of the incident story anoff had told at least five business associates and friends okay.