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Episode 215; So two girls walk into a bar..... - burst 01

The Old Man's Podcast

01:29 min | 6 d ago

Episode 215; So two girls walk into a bar..... - burst 01

"Just some just. Doing what. Old guy does best tell stories based on life experiences. I have to admit my life. Experiences been not rich so entertainment and information right here on the old man's podcast for everyone of every age. You all just sit back and enjoy. So what's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast. Well i've lived sixty two years now and fifty of those sixty two years were under the auspices of something called title nine as right title. Nine is fifty years old. Who wanna talk about that. Some have a tip for you about using other people's ideas it's going to have a wrestling relation to it. The pep talk is on teamwork coming off of a quote by andrew carnegie. of course we're gonna play trivia and my final story. A funny thing happened. This really did happen just last weekend. Two girls walk into a bar. I'll get you started on that one and finish it off. Stay with me. Great stories coming up on the old man's podcast

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John Solomon: January 6 Commission Chairman Once Sympathized With Black Secessionist Group

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

John Solomon: January 6 Commission Chairman Once Sympathized With Black Secessionist Group

"Back with john. Solomon you've got to listen. It's going up in ten minutes. The latest podcast from john solomon reports with president trump. follow him at j solomon reports and bookmark. justin used dot com. You sent me earlier today. An unbelievable i don't know how many man-hours this took you to research. But we tell us about this story. Hubris adjust the news dot com about the chairman of the quote unquote insurrection investigative committee. Yeah absolutely while for months weeks now. We've seen bennie thompson. The democratic congressman from mississippi on television sympathizing with the police officers were injured on january six during the capitol right and denouncing an event that he has repeatedly called and insurrection. Fifty years ago. He was on the opposite side of an insurrection. This movement back in nineteen seventy one. When a group known as the republic of new afrika was making waves throughout mississippi. Why because the fbi was closely watching as it was trying to put together a movement to take if necessary by force land from people in mississippi louisiana georgia south carolina and alabama and create a separate nation on us l. called the republic of new afrika. So you know just to be explicit here. Ethnic separatists in america. That's yes they actually wrote their own declaration of independence. They renounced their citizenship in a meeting monitored by the fbi they engaged in multiple conflicts with police. Officers usually doing something Waffle like stopping car for traffic incident or executing a search warrant three times members of the are group killed a police officer in the early seventies and bennie thompson. Then a young alderman from a tiny town called bolton mississippi then known as bg times. Not even known as benny. He spoke out in favor of this

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Is This Part of God's Plan to Wake the Sleepwalkers?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Is This Part of God's Plan to Wake the Sleepwalkers?

"Am convinced that god has allowed this to happen to us to wake up people and not just to wake up the church but to wake up patriots too. Because you know when you're talking about something like truth all truth is of god. He is truth. There are people that have been sleepwalking. And things have been okay and they don't need to do anything. I we pay our taxes and we try to not break the law and we go and you realize no in order to keep the republic. There's more to do and we've forgotton for about fifty years. How serious it is to keep freedom and what is happening now as you said people are waking up it is getting so ugly but it's like suddenly it it reminds me of like in a thriller. you know or was saying when i recognize suddenly i realize your votes dominance like there's a moment when you realize that the other person realizes they they're onto you and at that moment everything changes and so. I think what has happened with. This current administration is that they've kind of realized that if they don't win like they better be really careful because people are kind of onto them so they think it's an all out war now and they are pushing things that we couldn't have dreamt of even a year ago. I mean absurd things. What happened in afghanistan. I to this day can't begin to understand how it's possible even for somebody as incompetent and horrible as joe biden. It's hard for me to perceive that they were well when you consider that we hadn't lost servicemen eighteen months prior to that not not one american died in afghanistan. Well but i mean it's not even that i mean that just makes it dramatic but i mean to leave behind eighty billion dollars like there's no part of my brain that can comprehend how any president would allow

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Garbage May Be Lucrative  Opportunity for Australia Green Push

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Garbage May Be Lucrative Opportunity for Australia Green Push

"Tucker carlson. Last night had a segment on australia. He began by saying americans have this view of australians as rough and tumbled individualists with a great admiration for freedom and veneration of it and that was true about fifty years ago and before that. But i've been to australia many times. He noted very few. Americans have actually been there. But i have been there as i've given lectures. They're often and i remember having dinner with some folks in the upper middle-class may be upper-class. Who would brought me to sidney in that case and i was struck by their willingness to have the government intervene in their lives. They thought it was a good thing. They thought that australia was an advanced society for example by weighing their garbage. I believe that was the issue. And i remember saying you're okay with that and i said look. These are the posts. The people who brought me wasn't going to attack them. But i i did register a dissenting opinion. That's okay with you that the amount of garbage your home produces is wade. And you're fine if you go over the limit that is that has been ascertained for your home.

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Global Economy Projected to Show Fastest Growth in 50 Years

UN News

01:20 min | Last month

Global Economy Projected to Show Fastest Growth in 50 Years

"The world is on course to register the fastest growth in fifty years after the pandemic induced downturn. But only the wealthiest countries stand to benefit. Human economists said on wednesday a new report from the un trade and development body unctad maintained at this partial rebound happen because wealthy countries have spent their way out of trouble but this has not been possible for poorer nations whose economies have been hit much harder by cave nineteen down the two thousand and eight to nine financial crisis said unctad secretary general rebecca greenspan. We are seeing now extremely accommodative. Monetary policies in huge fiscal packages utilized by countries with currencies reserve status in the meantime developing regions who spending packages. Where but a fraction are already having to cut back. Some of their spending and increase their interest rate in reaction to the fears of increase inflation. In chris in debt ratios and the prospect of a new adverse cycle in financial markets. The young touchy highlighted that global economic growth was likely to be highly uneven and that next year it is likely to slow significantly with incomes trailing three point seven percent below pre pandemic levels

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"fifty year" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:14 min | Last month

"fifty year" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I might listen to the first track or maybe a little bit of the second track and if it didn't grabbed me right away i would kind of go onto something else. I was more really more on the business side anyhow but can felt maybe duty-bound or just i mean it paid off in a case like this. This was a fifth track of a cassette. He heard allison's voice in it was a bluegrass band but she didn't sing under i four songs and when it got to the fifth track there she wasn't he just instantly. I said wow you know. Who's that and made a few phone calls and so forth. And she was fourteen years old at the time you know ended up talking to her mother and the agreed to do an album. You know parents had to sign it instead of burke. She was a minor who couldn't be violating child labor laws although they were probably doesn't artists that resigned when they were teenagers. Bela fleck mark o'connor males signs. People that were eighty years old traditional banjo players and stuff you know it takes a lot of guts and fortitude. I'm sure nobody thought that. This fourteen year old fiddle prodigy would win twenty seven grammy awards. Right i mean this is just this year. Say finally sir pastor for the most grammys by a female artist. Amazing allison has had that distinction for ten years whereas now and she's doesn't quite as much as you do. Maybe it's pretty well known. I've heard yeah you know. Another person i've heard of is robert plant. Who was the former lead singer of led zeppelin and alison would recorded two at album with him. How did that project come about. I think that i was there at the first genesis abbott. There was this show at the rock and roll hall of fame in cleveland to honor lead belly. They invited robert platt. Who had recorded some the deli or liability ish music at one point but also alison. I'm not actually sure why. Alison got invited. But the two of them met during the show and then i can remember getting on the bus going back to the hotel and the two of them starting to talk to each other a little more and i think that's where it came from his certainly the first time they met. I had no idea whether we're talking about i was wasn't involved in that. The first album raisings hand came out in two thousand eight and that sold lots of copies won the grammy for record of the year and album of the year. And it's extremely rare that the same artist or artists would win. Both grammys in the same year. But that happened that very year. And i think if memory serves there are five grammies associated with that record. Weren't there yeah. There's more than those two. But those yes of course of course and i'm proud to work on that record. And i distinctly remember conference calls with robert plant alison krauss and the photographer. Pamela springsteen who has a famous musician brother and you know. I'm seeing that in this conference coffee. This is a good day at work and you probably met robert when he came over. Dude you around your warehouse at one point. The offices a delightful guy. And i remember going to fenway park with allison when she sang the national anthem. Or two is in overalls and couldn't have been more at ease and just a a wonderful person. We're speaking with bill nowlin the author of vinyl ventures my fifty years at rounder records. Let's talk a little bit about business..

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"fifty year" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:05 min | Last month

"fifty year" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Steve j. Today's guest is bill nowlin. Who wrote a book called vinyl ventures my fifty years at rounder records. Welcome bill it'd be here so to roots music enthusiasts meet at tufts university in the sixties they share record collections. They see live music. Together and rounded records is born was at that easy in a way. I guess it was because we didn't set out to start a business. It was just something we put out a couple records and grew one might say organically high from their not having any particular ambitions not having any business plan anything could go wrong but more things went right than wrong and it evolved with a lot of help from a lot of people a lot of hard work. So what exactly was the early rounder. In your view. It wasn't a business obviously. And you mentioned that a few times in your book is more of a collective. I guess but how did you guys see this. I call it a hobby that got out of control. We were all graduate. Students pursuing other things marianne was a graduate student in history cannon early childhood education and myself in political science. You know it was early on so what we envisioned. Our ultimate careers might be mindless teaching. I actually started as a professor of political science. What's now the university of massachusetts at lowell. The very month. Before i records came out but You know what we would have done. Otherwise i don't know we might have started off on those careers and we might have stayed there or something else might have happened but who put a to record step first year october. Nineteen seventy then. We put out three the following year. But this wasn't a large number of records. It was kind of a hobby in some ways the third year that we put out nineteen albums that was beginning to become something very different definitely and it was strictly an on the job. Learning experience printing invoicing especially distribution the record industry independently. Ables was very very different in those days. It was kind of the wild wild west. Wasn't they would hit come before us. There were four or five other smaller independent labels that we kind of modeled ourselves after it was sizeable was vo- quays records. Another was our hooley that maybe had. I dunno forty or fifty albums out that time. I'm not really sure. They both was four digit numbering systems. So that's why we started with rounder. Zero zero zero one. It wasn't that we knew we would ultimately put out over a thousand albums though we did it just a numbering system that we adopted because we have.

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Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up

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Why Do We See Ads for Things We Have Just Talked About?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

Why Do We See Ads for Things We Have Just Talked About?

"If i right now throughout a question on here and said how many times have you had a conversation about a product or a company and then moments later or hours later that product or company pops up on your computer or on your cell phone. I mean craig. This happens all the time and i. I've there've been moments rhyme like. I know i had not even done a google search. I haven't gone onto the computer and you get this shaking suspicion this sense of dread that there really is a big brother. Orwellian nineteen eighty-four component at play not two hundred and fifty years from now but right now. Are we crazy to suspect that something like this is actually happening now. Isn't it true that they have now the ability to capture phrases or words and put it up as a marketing tool on your computer or on your smartphone. Absolutely they do. I believe look at everything you say. I did an experiment. I'm a computer scientist so One of these guys that does science experiments. I just wanted to see what would happen. I put up a meme on my facebook page that said basically this has nothing to do with covert nineteen. I'm just trying to find out if the butts are watching me and sure enough people who shared that posting Started getting a pop up saying that. This posting talks about kobe. Nineteen and you know all the usual. Yeah we've all seen that disclaimer from facebook book and Yeah i every photo that you put up. I believe is scanned by their eyes and they're looking for things with in this case cova nineteen content. They've already declared that. For example anybody who supported donald trump and the election is an enemy of the people and certainly they ought to be looking for enemies of the people and anybody who for example thinks that there are two biological genders is going to be accused of divisive hate speech and they can be looking for that

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Author Craig Stanfill Sends Stark Warning in New Book 'Terms of Service'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Author Craig Stanfill Sends Stark Warning in New Book 'Terms of Service'

"Stanfield stanfield. Wrote a book called terms of service. He's a computer. Scientist and a software engineer is very knowledgeable about artificial intelligence and he wrote a book called terms of service. It's so important. Though that we listened to his warning about the role that big tech is plain and the role of censorship on the internet facebook. Twitter all this has been co opted by these big tech. Titans and i had a chance to talk to craig's stanfield about his book and about the warning. He has for all of us who go online. Tell us first of all about the book. Because i haven't gotten my hands on it yet. I can't wait to crack it. Open described terms of service for people who want to learn about it. Know about the book is set in a theoretical future. Two hundred fifty years from now. I put it that far in the future to sort of bypass whatever. Our current contemporary issues may be an look at things more abstractly it posits that there are big corporations corporate monopolies that pretty much run the economy and pretty much run the world sort of corporate government and that flows from this notion that these companies can set their terms of service however they want so if you want housing you have to go to the housing company and you have to sign their terms of service. If you want food you have to go to the food company and you have to sign their terms of service that of course you see all your power to these companies now under sure. That's two hundred and fifty years. That sounds like twenty twenty one to me. I get a lot of that and of course. There's a is obviously written in with awareness of what's going on with big tech and this one of the theme is if you think it's bad now it's could get a lot worse than it is getting

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Biden Administration Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

02:00 min | Last month

Biden Administration Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban

"Came out of washington late on thursday night. London time with the announcement by the attorney. General of the united states. Merrick garland that the biden administration will be suing the state of texas taking out a federal lawsuit. It all relates to a move by texas which is widely regarded as the most extreme restriction on abortion rights since the landmark nineteen seventy-three ruling known as rovers his weight. He came into effect last week. By decision of the united states supreme court and all of the last week liberals and democrats and abortion rights activists have been debating. What can be done. What can the democrats do. What in particular can the democrat in the white house. Joe biden do well now. We know the first step that the administration is gain to take but earlier. This week i talked to the guardian. Us columnist maurer donnegan who's written extensively about abortion rights in the us. And i began by asking more. Don't again to sketch out the political landscape these last fifty years and the role abortion rights as an issue has played in that charting the nearly fifty years since that landmark decision of roe versus wade. The other major story. Today is the decision of the united states. Supreme court handed down a historic decision about abortion. The court said and so when roe v wade was decided in early nineteen seventy-three. It was actually a pretty uncontroversial decision. It was a seven to two decision. The majority opinion which legalized abortion in all fifty states was written by a justice who had been appointed by republican president who was fairly popular in fact at the time. Abortion rights were popular writ large. That really started to

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Justice Dept. Sues Texas Over State's New Abortion Law

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Justice Dept. Sues Texas Over State's New Abortion Law

"The justice department is suing Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions the law is the biggest crackdown on abortion since the roe V. Wade decision nearly fifty years ago women have a constitutional right to abortion act is clearly unconstitutional under long standing Supreme Court precedent Attorney General Merrick garland says he's worried other states could enact similar laws to deprive other constitutional rights the suit asks a federal judge to declare Texas's law invalid Sager made dining at the White House

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What Will the Texas Voting Law Do?

All In with Chris Hayes

01:47 min | Last month

What Will the Texas Voting Law Do?

"For almost fifty years the supporters of abortion rights pro-choice forces have been playing defense to protect abortion rights from a massive mobilized effort to destroy them but in the valence of that battle has switched literally overnight. Spring court basically waved through this texas ban on abortion. And so now the mobilization needs to switch in practical terms on the ground texas republicans in the conservative justices on the supreme court of the majority of americans do not want them to do. I'm not even sure to be honest that a majority of texans would support this law. Do support this lot to be honest. I mean according to twenty twenty exit point out of texas nearly eighty percent of voters think abortion should be legal at lease available in some instances only fifteen percents absolutely no abortions which is pretty close to what this law does law bans abortions wants. Cardiac activity can be detected the embryo something usually happens around six weeks and that's eighteen weeks earlier than the legal standard set by roe v wade back in nineteen seventy three in that landmark seven. Two decision wasn't a five four decision that roadway decision it was seventy two easy enough to google and banning abortions after six weeks means essentially banning all abortions because many women do not find out they are pregnant in the first six weeks and in fact when you got this legal threat hanging over people. It's unclear that anyone's going to perform any kind of abortion. No matter how early believe you me right now in texas it is an almost certainly. There's a teenage girl. Somewhere in that state was pregnant by her abuser or by a family member or by someone who sexually assaulted her she might be fourteen or fifteen who cannot get an abortion that is a near certainty

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Texas' Abortion Ban Marks a New Legal Strategy for Abortion Restrictions

All In with Chris Hayes

01:48 min | Last month

Texas' Abortion Ban Marks a New Legal Strategy for Abortion Restrictions

"Emily i wanna read you from the wall street journal op-ed today which i thought was interesting this supporter of abortion restrictions. In fact getting rid of roe v wade who write this. Texas republicans have handed democrats political grenade to hurt to the antiabortion causes the editorial board pro-life groups has spent nearly fifty years arguing. That abortion is a political question to be settled in the states by public debate. It now texas. They want us the courts by civilization to limit abortion. I do think this law is so frankly odious that more republicans and those who oppose abortion rights should have to own it and i wonder if folks who work in the trenches of the political opinion on this. Feel the same way absolutely chris. Let's start with baxter. The overwhelming majority of americans are on the side of those who want to see and keep rovers wade as the law of the land. That is what keeps women saved. What could people save. Who needed care. This texas law goes too far. And what i would say to your listeners. Your your watchers is. Do you know who your state senator is. Do you know who your state representative is. Do you know who your governor is. And where they stand on this because republican governors. Legislators across the country are looking at this not as a grenade but as a playbook. They're thinking what can we do here in our state to rollback these important rights that affect so many families at emily's list. We're working to hold them to account and i believe we believe that every single member of legislature needs to be asked. Where do you stand on this. It should be asked now. They should be asked to get next year and they will be asked by voters when voters come out just as they did after brett. Cavanaugh was confronted court in two thousand eighteen. They will come out and be held to account at the

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Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault

"A former once powerful Roman Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in a sexual abuse case former Roman Catholic cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the only Catholic cardinal in the U. S. current or former to ever be criminally charged with child sex crimes he appeared in a suburban Boston court room he did not speak but the court entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to charges of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old boy nearly fifty years ago the now grown accuser told authorities that McCarrick was close to his family when he was growing up and that the abuse started when he was a young boy pope Francis defrocked McCarrick in twenty nineteen after a Vatican investigation determined he sexually abused minors as well as adults I'm Rita folate

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Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:04 min | Last month

Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

"Cambridge before roe v wade and so i know what it was like when women didn't have this choice we couldn't control our own bodies our own destinies here. We are fifty years later fighting the same battle again. It's incredible to think that we would be going backwards. It's the women of limited means women of color women in rural parts of texas who do not have access. This is just devastating. Big no options whatsoever the texas law virtually banning abortion that went into effect today could have an impact on women far outside that state opponents were banking on the supreme court stepping in and stopping the measure from taking effect. But that didn't happen as political sums it up the court's decision to not act on an emergency petition from texas abortion. Clinics comes as the justices. Prepare to more. Broadly reconsider the right to an abortion. It established almost fifty years ago. Back with us tonight. Eugene robinson pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington. Post and susan dell persio of veteran political strategist boast are msnbc analysts. Thanks to both of you for being with us susan. Let's start with you. There are a lot of people who fully know that. Republicans at a state level have been attempting things that are either faints or real attempts to to place restrictions on abortion for some years now but this has surprised a lot of the fact that something that feels very much like a total ban on abortion could actually get past the supreme court. Absolutely i ate it. Is it's sending shockwaves especially to a lot of the republicans who may instead like yes. I'm pro-life but you know roe v. wade's the lay the law of the land and they also believed in Exceptions to incest rape which this law does not have this is the harshest law that i think republicans could ever see coming and at this point i think even some republicans are going to have a hard time getting behind it. Come twenty twenty two

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Dr. Cindy Geyer Explains Seasonal Allergies

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:40 min | Last month

Dr. Cindy Geyer Explains Seasonal Allergies

"Welcome cindy get to be here is always so tell tell us. What is this problem with allergies. We're having this country. How prevalent is it. What are the symptoms of most people get a white causes it and and how does traditional medicine typically deal with this problem will allergies have been around for a long time so it's not a new problem it's when your immune system makes antibodies usually called aegean antibodies to something that you're breathing enter exposed to the environment like a dust allergy or a pollen allergy grass allergy and. When that happens these mast cells. That contain histamine dumped. Histamine calls all symptoms that we recognize as allergy symptoms congestion. Sneezing itchy nose. Itchy eyes watery eyes sometimes using tightness in the chest stick it can contribute to asthma and one of the things that sort of gets overlooked is just how exhausted people who have acted allergies concealing relate Just loma Fatigue so those are the classic symptoms. Even though it's not new the prevalence is unfortunately increasing There were people nowadays with allergies actual allergies than there were fifty years ago hundred years ago and we can talk about some of the reasons why that happens in typically. We're going to treat it or in traditional medicine retreat with identifying the allergen trying to remove it treating the symptoms with antihistamines may nasal. Steroids may be an inhaler for your lungs or trying. Desensitization shots were draws to try to down regulate that response and and what we see often is is for this resignation. That oh i've got allergies is just i got anything i can do about it so like e or i had to take these nasal sprays and the truth is most of the allergy medicine. They're pretty benign but the steroids. The steroids are not and they're often used pretty aggressively. Flo nase and name names the next. His hailed steroids. That may reduce symptoms. But then 'cause osteoporosis. In 'cause you know other immune suppressing issues and now people really suffer from these problems and and the question why are we so overreactive to things. That are just part of our normal environment. I mean that's a question asking allergies something. Humans get well. Guess what not necessarily when you look at populations indigenous cultures and you look at even kids who grew up in american

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U.S. Ramps up Wild Horse Roundups in Drought-Stricken West

Environment: NPR

02:20 min | Last month

U.S. Ramps up Wild Horse Roundups in Drought-Stricken West

"Throughout this hour we've been following how the rain and wind from hurricane ida is punishing the southeast. But we can't forget that all this is happening. While the west is experiencing severe drought and that drought is not just affecting humans. Wild horses are dying. Due to a lack of water the federal government is trying to save them by rounding them up and adopting them out across the country but as nevada. Public radio's nate heggie reports. It might not be the solution. It appears to be black helicopter. Swoops past a group of wild horses running across western. Utah's high desert. It's mid morning already on. The helicopter is trying to herd them into a corral. Lisa read is watching the action while sitting on a blanket under an umbrella. The helicopter works like a sheepdog. It works the horses from side to side guiding them to the direction that he wants them to go read is with bureau of land management. Right now. her agency is in the middle of a huge emergency campaign to get roughly six thousand. Wild horses like these out of the desert and into private stables or pastures across the country. That's because the drought in the west is so severe this summer. That it's killing horses. People wanna say let mother nature take. Its course but boy. That's the stuff. Nightmares are made of reed remembers reading reports about a small group of wild horses who died from dehydration during the west last severe drought two decades ago. There was one full. That was still alive and It was nursing off of a dead mom. That's heartbreaking wild horses rounded up. Today are faring better not by much at a nearby row. Some of the mayor's look got you can see their ribs and their hipbones and that is definitely a direct impact from the drought unlike other desert critters such as bighorn sheep or mule. Deer the federal government. Can't just let wild horses die off. They're protected under a fifty year old. Federal law it mandates. A set number of healthy horses living on healthy range lands. But lately the beale has argued that there are too many wild horses on those range lands. That's creating unhealthy conditions and the drought is just making things worse so the rounding them up and adopting them

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Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

Perspective

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

"Earlier this month. The rolling stones announced that drummer. charlie. Watts wouldn't be able to join the band as it kicked off. Twenty twenty one tour in north america. He was recovering from an unspecified medical procedure. The ban said this week. We learned of watts's death in a london hospital at the age of eighty in abandoned eclectic colorful characters. Watts was a steady force for both the stones and for rock and roll. Abc news entertainment producer. Matt wolf has more on his legacy jerry. Charlie watts once said in an interview that being drummer an outfit like the rolling stones like across between being an athlete and a total nervous wreck site. You wouldn't do it after watching him play with the world's greatest rock and roll band for over fifty years the of cool in grace behind his drum kits stage presence almost giving off this. Been there done that kind of vibe. That's because he did it so well. One of the food in playing. Dr never learned to fly a washer. A should have gone to school in announced do it and it would seem everything turned out just fine. There's charlie talking about his craft on the stones youtube channel. Now with a lot of people don't know is before joining the bad back in nineteen sixty three rock and roll was the furthest thing on his mind growing up in post world war two wembley in the uk. Charlie immersed himself in jazz recordings amassing a sizable collection of vinyl singles. Practicing his drumming skills to the sounds of charlie parker duke. Ellington elvin jones and johnny dodds. You'll young they have to learn volumes. Really one of the hogg thing to play with great intensity very clearly as a young man. He had a good thing going laying with local outfits and jazz and blues clubs in and around london while studying to be a graphic designer even securing a fulltime job at a london ad agency after college drumming became his side hustle.

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Doobie Brothers Try to Keep Long Train Running, 50 Years On

AP News Radio

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Doobie Brothers Try to Keep Long Train Running, 50 Years On

"The Doobie brothers are ready to start their fiftieth anniversary tour a year late I'm marquees are letter with the latest Doobie brothers had planned to tour last year celebrating fifty years as a band then the pandemic hit Tom Johnson says for a year it felt like every day was Thursday they're ready to try again with the tour that begins Sunday in des Moines Iowa the Doobies also will release an album in October Michael McDonald says rehearsals have felt like old friends getting together rather than old rivalries if the tour is cut short twenty twenty two is the fiftieth anniversary of their first hit listen to the music

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

04:24 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Five thousand dollars or more of gold and given how low our markups are fifty dollars off on a five thousand dollar. Purchase is a sizable reduction in the markup that that we charge. So if you want to get this deal. Fifty dollars off on a five thousand dollar purchase contacts shift gold and give them the promotion code nixon but also if i am right on how big this gold move is going to be the move. In the gold mining stocks is going to be even bigger because as much as gold itself is currently undervalued. The gold mining stocks are even more undervalued and so when this market turns those stocks have even more room to run in fact. I think the final bubble is going to be the bubble in gold stocks. And there's an old saying there's no rush like a gold rush especially when that rush is into gold mining stocks. So you want to make sure that you're positioned in these stocks before they heard finally wakes up to what we know and again i think the best way to position yourself for the coming. Boom in mining stocks is to invest in either the euro pacific goal fund. Which you can buy through the wraps your pacific capital europe civic asset management or you can even buy it at your local discount broker or to open up a separately managed account here at your pacific asset management for adrian day to manage a customized portfolio of mining stocks so in remembrance of what happened fifty years ago. Don't want to call it an anniversary kaz. Generally an anniversary is a celebration of something. Good we definitely don't want to celebrate this. We want to remember it. You know the way remember pearl harbor except fifty years ago the. Us government bombed our monetary system and our and those who do not remember history are doomed to repeat it. If you don't remember the decade of the nineteen seventies that followed this decision then you are going to repeat the losses that millions of americans endured throughout that decade because they had no idea the significance of what. Nixon did well fifty years ago. Nixon took the us off the gold standard soon. The world is going to go off the dollar standard. And you need to be prepared and you need to be prepared by divesting yourself.

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"One ounce of gold bought eleven point seven barrels of oil fast forward to nineteen eighty gold. Prices rose as high as eight hundred fifty dollars. An ounce now at eight hundred fifty dollars even with thirty nine dollars a barrel oil. Which was the highest price again that oil hit in nineteen eighty one ounce of gold but twenty one point eight barrels of oil and other words during that ten year period of time where the dollar price of a barrel of oil increase thirteen x. The gold price of a barrel of oil was actually cut in half. In other words oil prices were actually going down. Opec was getting less gold for their oil in nineteen eighty than they were in one thousand nine hundred seventy so again. It wasn't that opec raise their prices. We lowered the value of the money that we were using to buy their oil. So we were the ones that broke the contract. We tried to buy valuable oil with worthless. Paper and opec didn't wanna cooperate. Hey if you're not gonna pay us in real money. If you're going to devalue the dollar will then we need more dollars for our will and that's exactly what happened so think about it this way if you saved real money if.

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"The can down the road and we've been kicking it for the last fifty years because just like nixon. No presidents want to make those decisions now of course once. We went off the gold. Standard inflation accelerated even further because instead of putting an end to those policies which staying on the gold standard would have required by leaving the gold standard those policies were accelerated and we had the stagflation of the nineteen seventies. And you know it's interesting to point out that both the secretary of the treasury and the federal reserve in hearings in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight before the us senate banking committee on the potential for going off the gold standard. Both of those guys testified that going off the gold standard would be good for the dollar. The dollar would gain value and gold would sink. They argued that gold was overvalued. And it was linked to the dollar. That was the reason it was overvalued. And if we severed the link the gold would sink. The dollar would soar when it was no longer way down by gold and inflation would be brought under control. The only person really that testified the opposite was my father who was an insurance agent who also testified and he testified correctly. That dollar backed by nothing would be worth a lot less than a dollar backed by gold. He warned that if we went off the gold. Standard inflation would soar. The price of gold would soar. And my father's testimony is the only testimony that stood the test of time and in fact one of the big problems we had in the one thousand nine hundred seventies was the arab oil embargo and a lot of people like to blame the high inflation of the nineteen seventies on opec for jacking up. The price of oil but opec didn't jack up the price of oil. We jacked down the value of the dollar that we were using to buy oil in nineteen seventy a barrel of oil costs just under three dollars. That was it by nineteen eighty at its peak. We were paying thirty nine dollars for a barrel of oil so thirteen fold increase in the price of oil in one decade. Now a lot of people think you're seeing the arabs. They really stuck into us. They jacked up the price of oil. Well that really isn't the story because what did we do. We reduced value of what we were giving opec in exchange for their oil because in one thousand nine hundred seventy. We were paying for oil with goal in eighty. We were paying for it in paper. There's a big difference. So in nineteen seventy when gold was thirty five dollars. An ounce and oil was just under three dollars a barrel..

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"I mean why the twenty two cents. I've got no idea but forty two twenty. Two was the price i mean. I don't know maybe it was maybe room to twenty two which was a popular tv series. I think back then. Maybe the president was a fan. Who knows but forty two twenty two was the new official gold price. The reason that nixon was doing this is he was hoping to find a price. At which the market could stabilize and there would not be a loss of gold and we could go back on the gold standard but this devaluation was far too small and nixon realized it which is why there were no future devaluations and the window that was temporarily closed has remained shut for the last fifty years. Because if you think about it. There was a lot of inflation during the nineteen seventies imagine. How much higher depressive gold would have had to have risen to keep pace. In fact there was a lot of inflation in the nineteen sixties. There had been a lot of inflation in the united states since the introduction of the federal reserve in nineteen thirteen yet the price of gold had remained the same from nineteen thirty four so clearly gold was underpriced and it was even more underpriced in one thousand nine hundred seventy one given the big increase in inflation that we had during the nineteen sixties so nixon really had two choices he could have devalued the dollar far more substantially than what he did he could have really brought the gold price up to what it needed to be given how much inflation had been created. I'm sure that gold price would have had to have been north of one hundred dollars. An ounce even in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. But that was not something that nixon wanted to do. That would have been very embarrassing to admit that the us dollar had lost that much of its value relative to goal. Now the other alternative. Which would have been an alternative that i would have preferred would have been to have deflated. The bubble meaning massive cuts to government spending a contraction in the money. Supply tight money. That would have deflated. Bubbles would have caused prices to come back down consistent with our goal so either the price of gold had to go way up or the price of everything else had come way down but that would have been the only way to stay on the gold standard without an official devaluation and stopping the flow of gold at the united states. But neither of those choices was politically popular. So nixon did the expedient thing and just suspended the goal ceiling and just suspended convertibility of federal reserve notes to gold closed the window and that was what he thought was to get out of jail free card because now he didn't have to make either of those difficult choices they just kick.

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"The sentiment even weaker which is why i've been talking about the fact. That defense is in a box. It can't fight inflation. All it can do is create more of it and since its inflation. That's the problem you don't solve a problem by making the problem worse. This is the reality that the market still haven't come to terms with but that day of awakening is coming when it's going to happen. I don't know for sure but it is coming and you had better be prepared. I wanna finish up. Today's podcast though by looking back fifty years. Because tomorrow sunday august fifteenth will mark fifty years since nixon took the us and by extension the world off the gold standard. It was fifty years ago tomorrow. That richard nixon then. President of the united states interrupted bonanza. I think at the time the most popular tv show to announce to the world that we were temporarily suspending the gold standard again. Nixon said temporary when nixon took us off the gold standard. At that time. It was his expectation that we would return to the gold standard once the emergency that resulted in us going off. The gold standard was over. Now what was the emergency while the emergency was. We were losing all of our goal because back then in nineteen seventy one. Us dollars were gold and federal reserve. Notes the paper dollars that everybody carried around those were ineffective. I owe us dollars. The dollars were the goal that we had at fort knox and we were promising to deliver those dollars. And a dollar equaled a weight of gold. So thirty five dollars was one ounce of gold and so if you had thirty five dollars or thirty five federal reserve notes and you were foreign. You could take those thirty-five federal reserve notes and turn them in for one dollar meaning of gold. That was the price of gold. That's we're headed ben. ever since. President roosevelt devalued the dollar back in nineteen thirty four. When prior to the roosevelt evaluation. Gold was twenty dollars and sixty seven cents an ounce and following the devaluation the price of gold rose to thirty five dollars an ounce meaning the value of those paper claims or the dollar in relation to gold had been reduced and that was one of the ways that roosevelt tried to get us out of. The depression was by depreciating the value of the dollar but the official goal price stood at thirty five dollars. An ounce in one.

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

04:59 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Are worse than expected are good for gold and they're bad for dollar. It doesn't mean that the fed is going to get tough and successfully fight inflation. These numbers are indication. That inflation is winning and that the fed is never gonna get tough. It is a ninety. Eight pound weakling when it comes to fighting inflation and we've got more evidence of the toll. That inflation is exacting on consumers when we got the consumer sentiment numbers for august. These numbers were released yesterday on friday. And the consensus was consumer sentiment to improve the prior month. It was at eighty. One point to the expectation was for an increase to eighty one point four instead of going up. It went down in fact it collapsed all the way down to seventy point to. That was a big shocker. For the markets the financial media is trying to blame this on the resurgence of cova did the delta variant. That is why consumers are supposedly a bit nervous. I don't think it's the delta variant. I think it's rising prices. I think that's why sentiment is down is because prices are up. I mean we're measuring consumer sentiment and if every time consumers go to the supermarket or the gas station or pay their bills and everything is getting more expensive. That's certainly going to dampen your sentiment now. Of course when these numbers came out again. What was the reaction. We had a sharp selloff in the dollar and a big rise in the price of gold. Although not that big goal was up about twenty five dollars on the day but still gold rose. The dollar fell bonds. Rose right long-term yields fell. Why well this bad number supposedly will push back tightening because oh the consumer is worried if the consumer is worried. Maybe they're not gonna spend as much if they're not gonna spend as much. The economy is going to slow. The economy is going to slow house. Defense supposed to tap on the brakes in a slowing economy and so these numbers we're bullies for gold and bears for the dollar. In fact gold ended up closing positive on the week. He was up about twenty bucks or so on the week and that's despite starting the week with a one hundred dollars sell off on monday really sunday night. Us time but still that big sell off we completely recouped all of those losses and ended the week positive but the catalyst forgetting gold into positive territory on the week. Was this weaker than expected. Consumer sentiment number. It also is responsible for the dollar index which had put in a pretty big increase earlier in the week the dollar index ending the week at ninety two fifty two down point five one that was a negative close on the week. So both the us dollar and gold having potential reversals where the us dollar index took out the previous week's high and closed lower on the week and gold took out the previous week's low and closed higher in fact gold closed. Just under seventeen eighty announced. I think seventeen seventy nine seventy was the final print but think about this if consumer sentiment is falling because prices are rising if it's high inflation that's really got consumers down if these numbers caused the fed to delay tightening. Because it's worried that falling consumer sentiment is bad for the economy and so it delays the taper or delays the rate hikes. That means it continues creating inflation the longer. The fed keeps its current monetary policy intact without reducing it the more upward pressure we put on prices so if the fed reacts to falling consumer sentiment by continuing the monetary policy that is driving the inflation that is responsible for the drop in consumer sentiment. Consumer sentiment is going to drop even further so in other words. This is a catch twenty two no matter what the fed does consumer sentiment is going to continue to fall because if it reacts to consumer sentiment by creating more inflation and if inflation is what is causing the drop and consumer sentiment defends response to a weak consumer sentiment number will make.

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"And then the fed had to reverse course they started cutting rates. If you recall they said it was a midcourt correction. They pretended that after the mid course correction they would resume the rate hikes on the road to normalization. I was the only one at the time again who said no. It's not a mid course. Correction that tightening cycle is over the next stop zero and of course that is exactly what happened and not only did they go back to zero but they reversed the quantitative tightening and they went back to quantitative easing and the balance sheet quickly soared beyond the previous peak. And now it's more than double that peak. Well i think this tightening cycle is going to be even shorter and the fed is going to accomplish. Even less i think that they will never even complete the taper. They may start it but they won't complete it. Meaning they'll never get to a point where they stop expanding the balance sheet and at some point they will ramp back up again with a new. Qe program and the rate at which the fed is monetize. The balance sheet in the future will exceed the rate at which kids monetize it now and when it comes to rate hikes. They're never going to happen. I think we're stuck at zero because right now the fed is claiming that the first rate hike is gonna come maybe at the end of two thousand twenty two and they're going to start the normalization process in two thousand twenty three well. The problem is before we get to the end. The twenty twenty two or twenty twenty three. The economy will either already be back in recession or teetering on the verge of recession. Which means those rate hikes aren't going to happen. They're going to be called off by the economic data and so the fed is pretending we're going to get to some kind of promised land that were never going to reach because on the journey something is going to happen and the fed's going to be back at zero or still at zero and increasing quantitative easing to try to fight off the recession or prop up a sagging stock market. Because that's the other thing that can happen between now and the end of twenty twenty two early twenty twenty three is the stock market starts to fall threatening to fall in a bear market territory. The fed can't allow that to happen. They can allow a reverse wealth effect. They've already built a recovery on the foundation of an asset bubble. So they can't let the acid bubble deflate without the recovery deflating. Along with it the key is when are the market's going to figure that out and start ignoring this inflation data and assuming that it's going to force the fed into a tightening mode sooner than later when the data is actually irrelevant. Defend is not going to fight inflation and in reality even tried to fight inflation inflation would win and so increasing and inflation inflation numbers..

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Dot com slash gold once again we got the perverse reaction in the markets both in the foreign exchange market and in the gold market. You saw a surge in the us dollar you saw a drop in the price of gold following these numbers because again these numbers were worse than expected on inflation and so traders the minute they see that the algorithms kick into their trading programs higher inflation that means the fed is going to be incentivized to accelerate the tightening process interest rate hikes are gonna come somewhat sooner the taper is gonna start earlier and therefore we need to sell gold and we need to buy the dollar. All of this of course completely misses the point that the fed isn't going to really tighten at all in fact. I think this is going to be the first tightening cycle that doesn't involve a single rate hike. The whole of this tightening cycle is going to be talk. None of it is going to be action. Now we may in fact start to taper. That may be the only thing that the fed does is reduce for a while. It's monthly purchases of us treasuries and mortgage backed securities. But they're not gonna stop buying treasuries and mortgage backed securities. Qe is never going to end what they may be able to do if they can pull off this which is not even a certainty but what they may be able to do is reduce the rate at which they are monetize government debt for a number of months so that qe get smaller but never stops and they will never get to the point where they actually can reduce their balance sheet so in other words the fed's balance sheet will continue to grow. We're not gonna have a temporary period of time like we did under the trump administration where the fed was actually able to reduce its four and a half trillion dollar balance sheet below four trillion. I mean it's now above eight and a quarter trillion and it's going to continue to go up forever. The only thing the fed may be able to do is for a short period of time slightly. Reduce the monthly rate of increase. But just like the tightening cycle that happened prior to cove it. This one is going to get cut short. Remember janet yellen always promised that rates were going to be normalized following that long period of zero percent interest rates and. I always said that that was never going to happen. That even if the fed started the rate normalization journey it would never complete it. And in fact i still think would have been one in done meaning the first quarter point rate hike. That yellen was able to pull off after years and years of procrastination that would have also been the last rate hike because remember we never got the second quarter point rate hike until after donald trump won the presidential election and shocked everybody and once trump won we had a rip roaring stock market and we had all sorts of optimism among small businesses. And it was in that environment of this potentially booming economy with fiscal stimulus and a soaring stock market that enabled yellen and then powell to slip through a few more rate hikes until they finally had to stop the process when we got to two and a half percent because under the weight of such a heavy increase the economy buckle the stock market tanked. We had the worst december since the great depression..

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"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"That's sixty six thousand eight hundred dollar increase over the prior year but despite the fact that mortgage interest rates are at all time record lows affordability thanks to rising. Prices is also at an all time record low and another thing. That's at an all time record. Low is the premium that people pay for new homes relative to what they pay for. Existing homes meaning. Buying a used house is very close to the same price as buying a new house. It's as close as ever been and ask because we're not getting new homes being built because the economy doesn't have the resources to construct them the raw material. Prices are now so high. The labor costs are so high that it's very expensive to build. So they're not doing it. And so if you wanna buy a house chances are you're going to have to buy a house that already exists now. Obviously this is very good for people who have a home that they want to sell because they can get a great price. They don't have a lot of competition. But it's not good for somebody who's in the market to buy a home particularly if it's your first home so a lot of people who might like to buy a home but can't afford it even with rock bottom interest rates are renting instead which is why rents are also surging at a record pace yet despite double digit your over your rent increases in reality and despite that twenty three percent year over year increase in home prices according to the government when they calculate the cpi which supposedly includes thirty three percent rent the government is saying that your rent is just is up just two and a half percent well. How does the government manufacturer this. I mean how did they do this. Magic trick of converting twenty three percent increases in home prices. And i don't know eleven. Twelve percent increases in rance. How do they make all that disappear and instead make two and a half percent increase. Replace that wealth through the magic of owners equivalent rant again. I've talked about it and it's just another way that the government rigs the cpi so that we don't actually see just how bad inflation actually is but one place where you can see how bad inflation is is import export prices. We got those numbers for july on friday and it was a mixed bag because import prices came in with a smaller than expected increase and that followed a pretty big increase in the prior month in june import prices rose one percent and in fact friday. They revise that increase to one point one percent so a little bit higher..

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"I'm my last podcast. I went over the consumer price index. Which for the first time. This year didn't beat expectations. It actually matched expectations and certain aspects of the report came in slightly cooler than what the markets expected. I also discussed the perverse reaction in the gold market. Which of course is now par for this bizarro. Course that we've been playing on. Gold rallied on the relief that the inflation numbers weren't worse-than-expected than expected because from the traders perspective. That might have meant that. The fed would delay its tightening cycle. And so anything. That delays tightening is interpreted as being bullish for gold and of course the reverse is also true if something makes tightening slightly more eminent. Well that's automatically a negative for gold. And that's exactly what happened on thursday when we got the release of producer prices and unlike consumer prices that p p i did not break streak of exceeding expectations because for the seventh month in a row the ppi came out hotter than expected and in june. The ppi shot up a full one percent during the month which was more than the markets expected. The expectations for july were further gain to only be point six now. Of course point six is still a huge gain. Remember this is just one month but the markets thought that we couldn't possibly have another number as high as the number after all right it's transitory inflation so at some point the rate has to come down. Well we ended up getting another one percent gain in july not only exceeding expectations but once again exceeding the upper bound of the range of expectations which went from a low of point three to a high of point nine on a year over year basis. They were expecting the producer price index to go up by seven point three percent instead it rose by seven point eight percent also looking at the other numbers the month over month core taking out food and energy again last month the core was up one percent. They were looking for a point five percent increase in july instead. Another one percent increase in the core that means the year-over-year core which was expected to be five point. Six came out at six point two percent. Also if you dig down deeper and takeout food energy and trade services that was supposed to come in at point five and instead it came in at point nine so beats across the board when it comes to the ppi in fact if you look at the year to date increase in producer prices just so far in twenty twenty one. they're producer. Prices have risen by seven point eight percent in seven months if you look at the increase year to date. That's the first seven months of the year producer. Prices are already up by six point. Four percent in just seven months so if you analyze those gains and extrapolate it for the entire twenty one producer. Prices will rise eleven percent in this year. it's already a record increase since they began tracking which doesn't include in one thousand nine hundred seventy s. Apparently this particular series does not go back to the seventies but as far as it goes back the year over year increase of seven point. Eight is already a record but clearly we're going to beat that record certainly by the end of twenty twenty one in fact look at the numbers that we've seen so far for the first seven months of the year we got one point. Two was the increase in january followed by point seven and february point eight in march point seven in april point eight in may one percent in june one percent in july. Does anything about that. String of numbers suggest transitory. Does anything suggest that the trend is reversing and that we're seeing a reduction in the rate of increase of producer prices. Not at all. And what does this portend for consumer prices because year to date consumer prices are lagging producer prices. And you get a lot of these companies that are coming out with earnings..

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"fifty year" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

03:56 min | 3 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

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"fifty year" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

National Secular Society Podcast

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast

"Seven conclusion the coolest greater equality. Greg greater rights for lgbt bt. People like many others is served by having a white white area of free speech and any limits on listen quite extreme cases. Free speech means nothing if it doesn't include the rise of people with whom i disagree so i'm open to people criticizing me. That's their right like even do so in quite strong robust language providing the inside bottom so make false damaging allegations. That's why are a number of occasions. I have defended christian street preaches who have spoken out against homosexuality but they haven't been threatening or abusive just expressed the point of view. And i believe their right but he quickly. i don't believe they should be prosecuted as criminals. We have to challenge them protest against them. Show why they're wrong but criminalization is a step too far. Which side of the line would would you put insulting. There is no right in human rights law to not be insulted or not be offended the right to make strong rebuffs criticisms to ridicule sata other points of view that is perfectly just must in a free society. I've is involved with the national second society in a campaign to remove the insult close from the public order. Act nineteen ninety-six. We argued that insult was too low threshold to justify a criminal offense. We got together with a very broad coalition including seven. Pays like admittedly. David davis with whom i do not normally agree and successfully persuaded the government to repeal the insult close from the public order. Act now that was a very significant victory for free speech. We followed up that success with a further success. A short time afterwards against a government bill that sought to penalize causing nuisance or annoyance. We said these were vague. Subjective terms that could be open to very wide abuse an- again we persuaded the government to drop those clauses and finally pizza. What would you say. The main obstacles that remain to achieving full. Lgbt plus collapsed in britain. Today we have made great progress here in britain but we should never forget that right up until nineteen ninety. Nine britain had by volume the largest number of anti lgbt plus laws of any country in the world. Some of them dating back centuries yet. Fourteen years later with the legalization of same sex marriage and twenty thirteen britain had some of the best lows. That is a phenomenally successful lower phone campaign but there are still issues five win. We're still battling to secure a ban on l. gb plus conversion therapy to reform agenda vacation. Act to give trans people right to self. Ide- buys touched declaration which exist in many other countries and of course to secure lgbt plus inclusive education in schools with no exemptions opt-outs for faith organizations. And all these three issues. It is religious organizations that are kicking back trying to block progress. The number one focus of resistance to lgbt plus rights in britain and around the world is organized religion. The good news is that religion.

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"fifty year" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on Bear Grease

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"fifty year" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on Bear Grease

"Come in our own and each twin he low. The river froze over show. Where gay go way jay. She then run in the wale. We shoot the ball. Do always be around lanny proud of her out running ninety miles an hour third read hang never been couty. Gang never been dream and ever had nobody me.

"fifty year" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"fifty year" Discussed on Bear Grease

"An issue little k- betray here. You see that retire Forty fad When i won't say do enslow one. Ats would when you make a rash waller. So i know. I've had four people didn't heed do you ever did you ever grow. Tobacco did what did you do. The backer i growed barely in and i grow feels really. You grew commercial. Yeah yeah i. That's what i'd done farming besides my tobacco. That's the voice of mr roy. Clark not to be confused with the roy clark from the show he hall this. Roy clark lives in county in eastern tennessee in the heart of the smoky mountains which is arranged inside appalachian range east of his front porch. You can see. The high ridge line border of north carolina into the north. You'll hear the intermittent sound and muffled barks of his hounds. I've never seen mr roy. Not wear overalls. It seems he has an everyday pair and is going out pair. The ladder looking sharp in new. Mr roy looks like he could be from ireland in his younger years. His hair was red. But now it's faded shade of grey and white he seventy two old and he's living relic of times past. And you have to take my word for this. He's a bear hunter amongst bear hunters. He's dedicated his life to raising training and hunting bear hounds. He has a rich history with the american plot. Hound a breed of big game. Dog endemic to the appalachians.