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Interview With Author Francisco X. Stork

What Book Hooked You?

02:13 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Author Francisco X. Stork

"So francisco. What book hooked you. Well when i was a teenager. I think freshmen in highschool one of the one of the books that hooked me into wanting to write about the young characters. was j. d. salinger's books Specifically i think the you know the the short stories. I found very interesting and also freddie and so we i. I couldn't imagine you know how he managed to keep me interested in a book. Were nothing happened. Essential so i figured i'd like to learn how to do that someday. So do you remember what the age you were when you were reading Jd salinger especially like frankin. Zoe yeah i was just i had turned fifteen so An hour each leverett ahead. Read other bugs before but it was. That was the kind of like where i really wanted to write for. Would characters that were that age. You know age and i thought it was. You know it. It took a while for me to do that. But that was the beginning as i think of the little. See that was planned. It of You know the kind of stuff that i wanted to write and you mentioned you were fifteen at the time. So were you a big reader. Was it easy to get you interested in books or were you You know they call them reluctant readers or were did you have to grow into your interested in reading or was it always with you know. I grew up. But i was born in mexico and i grew up obviously reading spanish. I think the first book that i read was a translation of mark twain's to princeton to popper at. I was in first grade. So i was like a big. You know a big hit there to tell people that story. And then i obviously. I started reading in started reading in spanish. I grew up a little bit in the the the latin america. Boom you know when you had all these great writers there were there. Were coming to be become beginning to be known

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Coronavirus relief bill negotiations continue as benefits set to expire

The Young Turks

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus relief bill negotiations continue as benefits set to expire

"Unless Congress takes action, millions of Americans are likely to be evicted from their homes. Berry soon, and this problem is more than just a crisis. This is a crisis that the American people are dealing with, but there's also a crisis when it comes to Congress and how utterly? Our lawmakers are when it comes to providing the economic relief that Americans desperately need so there have been numerous stories published about the number of Americans who are likely to be addicted, but these numbers keep ballooning so for instance last week, the Federal Moratorium on Evictions and also on federally backed mortgages expired, and so there are some states that have implemented their own addiction. Moratoriums but you have to keep in mind. Mind that some states have not done so and we still have tens of millions of Americans who are jobless who lost their healthcare coverage as a result of being laid off in the middle of this pandemic, and then you also have Republicans who refuse to extend the unemployment benefits that were provided under the cares act. That was the additional six hundred dollars a week. That Americans would receive if they filed for unemployment. Unfortunately it seems like there are some members of democratic leadership who were going along with the lies and deceptions that are being message to the American people. So before we get to that I want to share some statistics with you. The Urban Institute estimated. That provisions covered nearly thirty percent of the country's rental units and I'm talking about the Be Moratorium on evictions by one estimate. Some forty million. Americans, could be. During the public health crisis, and of course, this is the most unsurprising part about all of this minority. Groups are the most. Vulnerable when it comes to fiction, so people of Color, according to CNBC are especially vulnerable, while most while almost half of white tenants say they're highly confident. They can continue to pay their rent. Just twenty six percent about african-american tenants could say the same around half. Hispanic tenants said they have little to no confidence. They'll be able to stay in their homes. And if you look at data, state-by-state to see how states are impacted by this. You Look at Louisiana, for instance, fifty percent of ten say that they can no longer afford their rent. A fifty one percent who say that they can't afford their rent in Florida fifty eight percent, in Tennessee fifty nine percent in West Virginia and again Benjamin love for you to jump in the frustration. Here is the utter lack of leadership, not just in in the federal government with the trump administration, but also with Congress right what we're seeing here is just it's. It's shocking, but it's not surprising race. It's almost like the natural combination of how are leadership has been leading the direction. They've been going. They are really pushing the people as far as they possibly can I. Think you are Frankin Clippers stain on. Twitter, said that they're trying to find the very least that they could possibly do without causing a riot, but you know when these numbers start hitting the fan right when people actually are put out of their homes with nowhere to go, and then if they if they're lucky enough to get in a homeless shelter night, we do not have the capacity to house. All of these people in the homeless shelters across this country, but even in that scenario they would then be exposing their families to covid nineteen. This is not something that's but the fact that they're playing chicken and taking it. All the way to the wire is is disgusting. Absolutely, so you have the moratorium on fictions on one hand, and then you also have the issue of the unemployment benefits which are set to expire on the last day of July, and so of course, when you hear the rhetoric coming from the Senate Gop, and also from the White, house, there's this live that keeps getting repeated over and over again about how well these unemployment benefits are just too high, and as a result are refusing to go back to work. In fact, one of the Republican senators. Who was her pet? This nonsense was Ted Cruz over the weekend. Let's take a listen to what he had to say. And then I wanNA. Compare what he said to democratic. Leadership Listen. In terms of the unemployment benefits do you object to providing any kind or any amount of federal boosts unemployment at this point, because not everyone is choosing to be out of work. The policy that Nancy Pelosi Democrats are pushing adds an additional six hundred dollars a week of federal money to unemployment. We have unemployment system system. Down, to seventy percent. Problem is for sixty eight percent of people receiving it right now. They are being paid more on unemployment than they made in their job and I'll tell you. I've spoken to small business owners all over the state of Texas. We're trying to reopen and they're calling. Their waiters and waitresses are other busboys, and they won't come back, and of course they won't come back is the federal government is paying in some instances twice as much money to stay home, but APP may, and to a lesser amount. At look at what we ought to focus on instead of just shoveling trillions out the door, we ought to be passing a recovery bill. What's a recovery bill or coverage? Bill would be lifting the taxes and the regulations that are hammering small businesses so that people can go back to work. A recovery bill would suspend the tax which would give a pay raise to everyone in America. WHO's working? That actually gets people back to work.

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"frankin" Discussed on The View

The View

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The View

"We should be rescuing these children no differently than if they were the victims of natural disaster. We should be massively realigning, our resources in the direction of these children, but because they're not old enough to vote they're not a constituency. They're not old enough to work, so there's no financial leverage. So how do they compete with the cloud? Out of all the corporate and, and, and other forms of well-kept flood Washington. We need to be in there. Okay. So his my question to you, because I agree with everything you just said. And it's very, very hard broke to, to home as it were because politics sticks. It's two cents in here and you have no political experience, just like Trump having you expect to negotiate real wage through congress. When you don't have any experience knowing how to do that. I think it's almost the opposite of what you just said. I challenge the idea that people who have had years of a career entrenched in the mindset of those limitations careers, that in the in the system that has not mentioned, those things that has therefore driven us into this ditch. I challenge the idea that the people who took us into this their to the only people, which considered. Trump set that's exactly what Thompson will not going so well. Percival that's like saying the challenger exploded. So we shouldn't do space, Pablo anymore. But are you saying that people who were who have worked hard for us, who have been talking about doing the very things you holding them responsible because they couldn't get it done? I'm sorry, I where because I haven't heard that I actually have not heard anyone in the political establishment talk about millions of chronically traumatize American children development, let way down to you that one of the ways that we got things like headstart. Yeah. All of these programs that have sort of come through in the last fifty years are because caring people said we have to do so I don't mean to be disrespectful. I just want to say that people have been working on these things, and we do try to bring betterment to the country into our children. So how do you plan to? Do that. First of all, Frankin Roosevelt, said that the primary job of the presidency is not administrative aspect. He said the primary job of the presidency is moral leadership. So even when you talk about something like headstart, what you're, if you if you compare twenty six billion dollars, given a loan to incorporate subsidies to the fossil fuel companies last year and you compare that to the pretty please for headstart pretty pleased for snap. We have such an aristocratic situation but how you going to change that you change that by waking the American people to how corrupt this system is. Okay. So the way the American truck. This Trump just. So this is his message well, and let me but let me say something you're talking a lot about the children of America, the children, how much you care about children. You also just came out as the anti vaccine candidate. You said it does. No. Let me finish you or you think mandatory vaccines calling a mandate on them would be quote draconian, and or Weli in. So what do you say to children and the parents of children who are going through chemotherapy and would be exposed to measles without that? And to all the people suffering out there because of the measles outbreak. Millions of Americans first of all. I am not anti vaccine. And I'm certainly no. I would you say that I think there was a I think I misspoke on that one sentence. But I'd like to express myself the fact that you have a problem. And this is part of the same problem we're talking about here. The fact that you have a problem with the revolving door policy by which big pharma, and the CDC and the FDA are so cozy so that millions of Americans who are not anti science are not anti vaccine have some deep concerns. The days of blind faith in big pharma are over the days of blind faith in the idea that our government agencies are doing the proper oversight, improper advocacy, for the American people against at times, the overreach of profit making industries that are putting money before people that is not an irrational or unreasonable thing with mandatory vaccine now you're okay with mandatory pit. Now, I'm okay. I haven't changed since yesterday..

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"frankin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We just a random Illo hurt. They is lifted up the hero beyond the head again. No hippy. Hippy. They're not hitting. They're just raising the half. Now did poke. You know, it's like a freaking cartoon looney tunes. He give bunk onto head all the time. Tarzan key say say Hello. Or LA LA. Yeah. You know, Dr Frankin ID, he's got the perfect gig. He does that does ballroom, dancing, and dancing, and everything. It's kind of physical work. You get you get Yan, social and women with arms around waste I in the squeezing biceps and stuff. So this is like the we gotta go see you dads. What your schedule your frankly Frank? We were gonna see Keith dance come on band, Franks. Mom was in town. She'd be all over that. At least every other he'd be all over your mom. He's about ready to say that too. Did he pulled? And slow motion. Yeah. No. Hey, mom. Yes. She probably dig that. I think it'd be fun. I wanna go see. All right. So I got up here. Rare earth thing that we did an article on freeze, Phoenix. I just went and is through the rarer thing, so I went. And I looked over the last couple years, we're going back to the whole discussion. Right. And we'll get to the rare earth thing you go couple years and what you find out is China's been setting up themselves up the beam. We're we'll turn you off and take our football and go home kind of thing and the US just like with oil, we had, you know the they call it the back when whatever was in Montana there in North Dakota. All the sudden the US is one of the if not dealer, just one of the top three oil producers I do more in Saudi Arabia now. So it's like we always knew it was always there. It's just like a cheap Rover here. And we'd just go get it from them. And how Royal getting you're saying, well, you got Trump's going, you know, make nice with Saudi Arabia. Whatever the hell is going on with their and we're paying most NATO to defend Germany, against the aggressions of Russia that Russia's able to four dollar military stuff from all German buying of their petroleum a. Why are you doing that? What did you know? So it's outwitted outscored outs, quit freak and don't care, the overlapping interest of special interest in, in corporations and industries and saw just amazing. But when I see the rare earth thing, what's coming up just about everything, is that there. It's all a difference of a percent or two equals gazillions of dollars and they will make decisions based on anything other than future security, you know, future, sovereignty future. Yeah. But we could have a bigger yacht, if we move our manufacturing over the China, and they go. Yeah. But then what happens when we say, fine, you're over there, and you can't sell here, so hilarity ensues and Trump is the first one that has come up against. China and go to hell your stupid, you know, we're not playing this game anymore, your way and China it's almost as if Trump in these guys and they set him up. It's like the farmers here in the US. They set him up you're going to be making crapload of money. Go into debt buy new equipment. Get your robot tractor, do all the and then we're going to be rich and sell the Russia and China and then we're not in kind of in the nego down sell the land of the bankers for half of what, you know what it's worth, and then it's the same crap all over the world. And it's happening the squeeze on China kind of going to be able to get away with this. They way heavily invest in print up their own money got in or doing the belt thing this ill article. You know, the Cunanan deal was the trade agreement with Japan was open here. We got now secretly. They're doing south Korea North Korea, and China and trying to say..

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"frankin" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on Racing Post

"Download the new app from the app store or placed on now eighteen plus become the widow to welcome out this Monday post cast, we've discussed the weekend's action. We'll get on talking about what's coming up this week. And now three main race we're going to look at all the the winter Darby and the eight eight eight sport handicap chase at Kempton I offer stick with the idea then sharp response spinners. He's been the one money in recent days, doesn't he he has indeed ninety. Yeah. It's the market six to one clear favorite now. Then we go. Back to the fact eight by wing and decline like ten thousand blue and always they mail the right, and it's twelve to one the rest. Excellent parkey Halley preach race, like the either could be a lot better ground of what we used to sing. Yes. So I'm going to side with a horse who's going to relish the ground and given the Paul Nicholls fall quite Canaan on Vicente's chances though, it the weather is going to be nice. Oh, wait. So the grounds regret for him, which he doesn't always get. And this might just be a little bit easier to win in the likes of scotchgard, national which obviously doing before but evens in these really big Soma handicaps, and he's going to get his ground. Maybe different time of year. And he looks quite well hundred cups. I think he's just a very talented horse. When he when he all drops, right? I think he's I just a car canines Transi big price rallies around sixteen one. It's a big price. And like you say, maybe he's not really got the credit deserves because he just. Sorta does does sort of very he needs a certain conditions to perform doesn't it? You know, Joel Scottish national whereabouts not done easily still only thoughts on the either. Yes. The two I like beware. The bear. Who I will up every time. We talk about one of these massive staying races. 'cause he's tailor made for them and the other one that caught my eye is owner at the mob. Laura of Dan, skeletons is right one hundred twenty seven now, I think he was right at ninety four when he joined the yard is just one of those horses on an upward curve. You never know where the ceiling lies with them and g can always look at it and go are well one hundred and twenty seven they must've they must have found his limit now. But he won his last two is one three of his last four. He's definitely going in the right direction. He's with a great trainer. And yeah, I can see he's definitely open to tomorrow improvement been impressed, by the way, he's done at won by five lengths each the last two times step up in trip would be in his favor as well. He's got no chance of getting in the race at Kempton. He's the bomb on there. So I think this is where they'll go with him. And and. Yeah, everything sort of look set for him. Thank you will run. A big race confident Bilas any thoughts for me on this race before I asked you for the winter Darby Besson. Well, I have been impressed with very much with the nation Williams hosts his they same in very good at Tyco trial, full, Iran. The no rights in the pace of Marsh Chysler time and good ground. Good to self. We'll be fine for him. He has won on heavy. But I think he's fine on anything a round the twelve to one day, man. It's early states before we say the I've tight and and obviously the final decks on I I'll Friday happy. Saliva telling failed then in trying to get that rice up Maddie. And we seem to have a slight problem with on the website moment. She'll likely to go favor. We're could we say Hicken looks like definitely like bigger shook price cyber ghost. And I think it was significant Frankin came home from foreign climate sauce time to ride in in in the Darby trial name failed the hosted it. Well, and as the last one I motor made. But I'm sure he's going to be very difficult debate. Interesting. I know bronze go hunting hone in Nabet we say can he was really impressive in Cambridge share. And tonight..

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"frankin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"She's from wonderful family. I mean, she's she just looking into her eyes. So it's like you just get lost as deep well of she's a beautiful you no kidding market. She's eighteen, but yeah, that was a tremendous thing and films likely, no trays and winter's bone that Depres gift for showing marginalized people, and when you went back to I'm sorry, go back, but winter's bone talking about I would go to Q, and as for that back even in my hometown in Tennessee where you have audience members stand up and go this not this kind of poverty in the United States. I've never seen this. What are you talking about getting a car drive up to Kat county? Right now, it it's everywhere. It's an every state and the same with the story and leave. No trace, I go to QNA's and one of the nicest things I was a of that they came out. And you sure how big nude? He was like, you know, she just got it. So right. It's not hard being over there. It's hardly a comeback. And it I love her for that love her films for that. And it's a real pleasure to be a part of of those stories. It was so organic it's one of those movies for us. We saw it at a film festival knew nothing. Yeah. Which is a great way most of the time to see movies, and I both of us it ended. And we looked at each other just massive smiles on our faces going. Wow. Wow. And you clearly have that excitement. And that passion in it's important because to do this. You have to have that otherwise you're miserable. I still do. I still love it. Let's say reject me if you have to know that's great to hear. It means something to us to know that. And I think that's part of why you're successful of what you do. Because you have that. Because even if they keep making you mean. I don't know. I yeah. The somebody scared to hell out of me as a child somewhere. I'm not I'm I'm pretty nice from person. I'm not going to pull a chainsaw out. No, I'm not gonna hurt. You underscore. Make your cries going to say that's actually on her business card. That I'm not gonna pull a chain. Well, if she says that surely, surely, we're fine. Thank you so much for coming time. Thank you. It's been really fun and a pleasure to be with you both Frankin vice vice versa. And speaking of us us is us as you follow us is he is at Leonard Maltin. I'm at Jesse Maltin on the Twitter and the Instagram, and you can always go to Leonard Maltin dot com for move your views.

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"frankin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So it's interesting because she said she can't decide which edit we're seeing exactly what we just talked about. So I find that I find that really fascinating. I don't know if we have additional questions about that, but let's get to this one because this one is is a fun thing to do. You're not gonna kick the questions off with the many variations. We got on how do I find meaning in my life now that filling Martina are no longer on my television, Sam granted, why? God? Why not going to start with start? You're going to start Owen, Craig on Twitter. Can you ingest please rank the amazing race, Canada, fourth-place boots in order of most to least heartbreaking and Iran, I pulled all these out and this is really hard because I mean, it's not impossible. I'm not saying that. The top choices hard, but it's a pretty good group of teams. Like if you grabbed all these teams and put him in an all star season, four of them idea like that's a pretty good start. That's not bad. It's not the best, but it's okay. So Jess, how do we do this? How do we rank these six teams? Which I guess I could them quickly if people want to remember because I look it up real quick Jadan Dave sukey gender seamy no pay Frankin, Amy, Karen, Bert, and fill in Martina. So I think there's a few we can kind of put on each end, but I'll let you kind of what do you think. Well, it's it's weird because you have to separate teams that you enjoyed that you liked from heartbreaking exits because I think they're two different questions. Although frequently it isn't heartbreaking exit because you love the team so much, which I think is the case this week, but. There are teams like jet, Dave. I was so crushed to see them go out. But on the other hand, I didn't think there exit was that heartbreaking and it certainly made sense in the context of everything that was happening that leg. They were great guys and they were arguably biggest stars of season one, but like that isn't going to destroy them, whereas siemian pay not necessarily the most dynamic team we ever had on the show. But the way they went out was just very, very sad. That's a good point because I think part of John Dave to is I was kind of bored by some of the other teams in the finale. So I really wanted them to make it. But like you said, I mean, there just seem to be so much more emotion there for siemian -opay and even carrying it bird who like bird had that experience. That was the worst thing, and it was really harboring now I wouldn't say, you know, like I said, all stars, I don't know if their team that's going to be an all star team, but that was a really tough..

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"frankin" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"They have seemed much clearer in their indictments of trump since frankin resigned i mean you saw bernie sanders say on twitter that trump should think about resigning after frank and resign right so now they have looked here's a monkey on their back thank him exactly and they had to be it was like the caveat they always had a factor in and they had to make these distinctions with which frankly aren't that fine but media and politics are not areas that are like known for making distinctions right you can't make fine distinctions not you can even make like broad you know it's like you put people in broad buckets and democrats need that line to be clear and i think it it it helps them when it is it is interesting that like i think i and a lot of people were thinking of franken's reframing as something that would like shame republicans and perhaps maybe a little skeptical of the effectiveness of that only the european right which is that it's sort of emboldens democrat it's i think is maybe the more i think i a kid to to to look at this and does voters harry was talking about you you need the voters enthused and and feeling like this is my oral healing moral clarity an end the more they're like i'm going to run into battle with this guy but he's kind of a skull skulls ball like you know i you know mega mega kelly show on nbc the with three three women who have accused down trump earlier today on monday that game in in one of the women said you know we were very hurt by what happened last year but it's two thousand seventeen there's a new environment to try again we want to try and get this message i would caution mcgrath to solely run on that like i think it's totally fine for this moment i don't know how long this moment will go on in in the heightened media state that it that it exists in right now i think it will continue for a while and i think it's totally fine for democrats to kinda get their house in order get their head straight on this issue.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Tom ordered the arrest of eleven prints as you guys remember us talking about this eleven princes in his royal family uh and nearly two hundred members of the saudi business elite and has begun to take power from the kingdom's conservative clerics he has blockaded neighboring qatar access accused iran of acts of war and encouraged the resignation of lebanon's prime minister and in yemen his armed forces are fighting the iranian alleged faction in an intractable war that created a humanitarian crisis this is the the war in yemen that we've talked about on the show and i brought scott horton onto breakdown for us and it's that still going on in in america is supporting saudi arabia in their effort to fight that war prince mohammad's supporters say that he is simply taking drastic measures needed to turn around the kingdom's gaffe ridden an oildependent economy while pushing back on iranians aggression but the some people think that there might be a little something else going on and so i started reading this article of finishes up with this or i often think i'll finish appear it says with the decline in the price of oil in recent years saudi arabia has frozen projects and spent more than a third of its financial reserves draining than do out four hundred and 75 billion this was from seven hundred and thirty seven billion in august the two thousand fourteen with that burn rate the kingdom only has a couple of years left before they are in a serious financial crisis as i wanna kinda put the pieces together for you you have a young crown prince very powerful and he's looking at the landscape nec's massive dependence upon oil oil that is now declining at everybody's looking around and going while we don't know if we're gonna see a hundred and forty dollar barrel oil anymore because iran is now pumping iraq is pumping we got lots of reserves go well lots of supply going out onto the market and we don't really know whether or not this is going to uh sustain it self and we can't continue to burn like this.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"But it it's god i guess what i'm trying to say is dead is rarely a good thing debt is okay when you can use it to create more money so if you're going to go back to school and you know when you get out that you can get a job that's going to allow you to pay back your debt and provide you a better living than it makes sense if you're going to borrow money to for example start a business and or to expand your business could starting a business on borrowed money is dangerous but let's say you already have a business and you know hey if i buy this new equipment i'll be able to produce even more product and meet demand for what it is that i'm selling and over the next two or three years i'll be able to pay off that equipment and then it's all prophet after that well that's not bad debt that's that can be very good debt now of course it's better if you can save the money first but sometimes you're in a position where hey i have to i have to meet demand i need to expand and i can't afford the hundred thousand dollars or half a million dollars or whatever it is too expand my business so i'm gonna go borrow that money and then pay it off over the next five or six years wall i'm generating the extra income that's a william know why classify dead i really classified in those two ways but if you're taking on credit card debt if you're taking on auto debt eh eh then you're you're really putting yourself in a bad way there's no reason to do that you'll get yourself a five hundred dollar beater car and drive that around and save your money until you can afford a nicer core don't worry about what people say when they look at you you know tell him to go screw themselves because their bank accounts empty to they're just driving around in this nice nice new car making that payment on it oh in the bank money be beeffree stopped don't be dependent upon somebody else in don't let somebody else make you a slave to their lending anyway lastly i want to.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Figgy backing off of the consumer price inflation article we also have household debt that ended up rising this year household debt rose by a hug nor sorry this quarter household debt rose by a hundred and sixteen billion dollars or about one percent to twelve point nine six trillion that's how much household debt now keep in mind we've got 22 we've gotta was twenty trillion dollars in federal debt we have another thirteen trillion dollars in private debt in household debt that's not even private did that just the household debt that's out there we are leverage to the hilt everywhere uturn credit card debt has risen by one point three three point one percent but home equity lines of credit fell by almost one percent so there there's kind of a there's a there's some shifting that's happening where people are moving out of home equity debt and into credit card and home lobster an auto loan debt so 46 of credit cards are more than ninety days delinquent but that pales in comparison to the nine point six percent of student loan debt that's the link with the 10 percent of student loan debt is delinquent and even that number is skewed because about half of the loans for student loans for students are currently in deferment grace periods or forbearance forbearance as kind of the same thing as as a deferment so half of the loans on the market today are not even being paid on yet because they're in some form of grace period and still of the half that are being paid on ten percent of those are delinquent.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"On a poor footing and then make your investment decisions off of that when instead you're turning a looking to the federal reserve and cost and constantly seeing what really doesn't matter with the economic data is all that matters is how is the federal reserve going to respond you don't have a free market anymore it's so distorted guys it's it's so crazy as i said the federal reserve has hata's on a heroin addiction for five years and now it's trying to wean us off that heroin addiction and guess what happens when they win you off that heroin it doesn't matter whether your life is improving or not you feel like crap you feel terrible you're not going to be able to continue you're going to see decreases in your health decreases and how you feel it's going to get worse and that's what's going to happen to our economy if the federal reserve continues its policy of raising interest rates now on the flip side of that they can't keep reducing interest rates they can't keep them artificially low because they're not getting any bang for the buck anymore and frankly all they're doing is delaying the inevitable we've been talking about this for two years now i said this is coming be ready for it there's going to come a time when it won't matter what the fed does the fed will have to put itself in a position to hurt the economy because the the the economic landscape is so distorted now.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

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02:02 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"If the economic data was good they thought grade the economy is improving so we can buy more so as they say in uh and the article here it says the logic was that bad data implied a greater likelihood more liquidity would be pumped in this system whereas good data inspired confidence that the economy economic recovery was on track so it didn't matter really good information bad information good data bad data all of it was good news for the market because they had what was called the burn anke put basically that hey the federal reserve is not going to allow the market to go to low now if consumer price inflation mrs to the downside so if if the gut if the market if if inflation isn't taking off the way the fed is is saying they think it is than investors will fear that the fed is making a terrible policy mistake and his determination to raise rates again in december because the the federal reserve has said it wants to continue raising rates and so if cpi mrs if this inflation number misses the mark that might spook the market he said if on the flip side cpi beads and it get actually comes in higher than traders will have to price in a much greater possibility that the fed will follow through on its forecast for three more hikes in two thousand eighteen so you look at this and not yeah it's it's it's a little disconcerting because now the i'm sorry the the market is in the opposite position really doesn't matter if cpi of economic data is good or bad it's all going to look bad to the traders does that make sense and into traders investors and those are the guys that really drive the daytoday operation of the market and the point i want to make about this is just how incredibly distorted or market has become it's not a free market when when you can't look at the fundamental data and say oh yeah the economy is on a healthy footing or the economy is on.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

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01:41 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"The absurdity of that is not lost on me if you're sixty year old man in congress which most of the war near sixty year old man in congress you don't know what's appropriate behaviour around a woman should you really be in congress and yet well we're gonna try and make this mandatory i can guarantee this there's no way that congress is going to approve mandatory sexual harassment training for itself they're going to think it's ridiculous and so what they'll do is they'll capitulate and they'll make it mandatory for all of their little staff and underlings the go around them when in fact the bulk of the money being paid out is a is being paid out by congressional met members of congress who were screwing up i mean i don't know i've i have never seen it for myself but i have heard stories from people who have worked in restaurants for people who have lived out there and who have worked around washington that there is a there's a lot of tom foolery going on when men go to washington and i mean we've we've heard enough stories the know that that's that that that's a that's a true statement now is their sexual harassment going on in key on capitol hill no doubt and the string of everything from a harvey weinstein to uh to what's his name kevin spacey and now a row and more it's just every it's coming out of the woodwork now everybody's talking about sexual harassment everything about how they were wronged you really got to be careful what you say and do in america today but doing the right thing and and treating people with respect in round the workplace is not difficult to do.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

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02:06 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

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01:39 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Sound familiar sounds a lot like when the government of venezuela went to the small business owners is that i don't know how you are going to pay for bread just do it figure it out you are an entrepreneur it's your business you figure it out this is what progressives do every day of the week i get so frustrated with it because these guys are morons i'll franken's a comedian the man knows nothing all he he has opinions and he he managed to get himself elected he and he is the very reason he is he is the quintessential liberal progressive with ideas along the lines of chavez a maduro in venezuela and if you allow men like him to continue to operate can to continue to run their miles and and and and sound like idiots and you let that go on a you know unopposed we end up there because people will pick up on i'm sitting conversations all the time with people especially as much as a spin in california with people who have absolutely no concept of economics absolutely no free market principles at all and the truth is socially we agree on almost everything but when all of a sudden when it when it shifts to how money and it shifts to wealth all of a sudden and i don't know why this is because certainly by now you would think those in california to figure this out they become the crazy.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

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02:02 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Not going to see any inflation because those dollars are not impacting the market because they didn't go anywhere it'd be the same as if they if the federal reserve just decided to printer of the the treasury just decided to print a trillion new dollars but they just left it in warehouses it's like okay the money's there like technically you've got these new dollars that you printed but they're not going anywhere so they're not really affecting the market now the second you start handing that money out wither either direct loans to people are just handing money out on the street or dropping it out of helicopters or even loaning it out through the banking system once that money starts to go into circulation now all of a sudden it's going to affect the economy and you're going to start to see a rise in inflation and so you were requires not only dollars in circulation bugged or knowledge dollars available but how many out quickly those dollars changing hands so in venezuela what they did was they started printing and they just started like using that money to prop up their economy and it works really well for a while you don't notice what's going on and then all of a sudden stuff starts to get a little bit more expensive and people start to recognize that their their wages are increasing as quickly as what the costs a by basic bread and necessities and medicine that they need anna and then as prices start to rise quicker and quicker people started nervous and that's kind of where we picked up the story here and i started talking about it because that was really it was a couple of years ago and we we i started a notice hade we're going to we're going to actually get to see the downfall of socialist policies in our lifetime and what a great teaching opportunity for everyone who hasn't seen it for your children i mean i'm i'm so excited i'm not excited for venezuela i'm not excited because is the terrible terrible thing but you know most of the time at least when i was growing up you had to nobody was diet should brazil and he had some other ones but you you had to struggle you had to go way back in time to see the effects of hyperinflation to the see the effects of socialist.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"To print money then it is to uh than than the they don't make any money when they printed because it cost them so much to print the money this is i we've been following this of you guys have been with me and some of you been with me for years we have been dealt doing this and following venezuela almost since the beginning of this show and i have been trying to chronicled the demise of venezuela as we went along so first of all they they had of they had an economic crisis right it in start out with this massive financial crisis we started out with an economic crisis and and inflation inflation caused because the government couldn't pay its bills and so what it went in it did is borrowed money and it printed money and as it continued to print more and more money each dollar becomes less valuable as a as you print more dollars if you could bid to use the you know the american money monetary system so every time you if you have more dollars in circulation you're going to have a little less the each dollar has less value you can think of this in two ways inflation is really a byproduct of two things the number of dollars in circulation and how quickly those dollars are changing hands so there has to be money out there to be spent and the money has to actually be be being spent in order for there to see a rise in inflations so i i explain this though several times but i know we always have new people saw duty and so imagine this imagine if all of a sudden are central bank the federal reserve decided that they were going to print a hundred million dollars now the did they don't really printed the treasury prints at the let's not split hairs right so the central bank and the treasury are really working together so the treasury decides going to print a hundred million new dollars and they send it to the banks and the banks now have a hundred million dollars in in their coffers to loan now now if the banks do nothing with that money if they just leave it in their in their vaults and they don't spend they don't loaned out they don't do anything with it then were.

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"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"frankin" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Well do to welcome back is the jason stapleton program i'm so glad that you are joining me today and we are going to talk a little bit about censorship today we're gonna talk about venezuela it finally went bust and also us sexual harassment training apparently for congress i don't know we'll talk about that as well and then rail the stock market news as well because we may be reaching a turning point in terms of how the market and i when i say the market i just mean the collection of individual traders investors who were looking at news how they interpret data and i think it's going to be some insights into just how far we've gotten away from free market fundamental principles that drive the stock market and into a time when really the federal reserve when central banks around the world are controlling what people think about the markets and so we're at talk about all of that today i thought we kick things off with a visit with should we go with venezuela first or should we go without friday let's let's uh now i will start with venezuela so this is a pretty good place to start so i never really know where we're gonna start the show but who will start here so you know that you're going to have a good editorial peace when it opens with a quote from milton friedman and so this particular article starts this ways as milton friedman once joke that if you put the government in charge of the saharan desert in five years there would be a shortage of sand he said he could have been talking about venezuela in its oil wealth but it is no joke on monday caracas that's venezuela for all of you in missouri missed interest payments due to government bonds and one bond issue by the state owned oil monopoly known as its spanish uh by spanish initials pd via say venezuela owed creditors two hundred eighty million dollars which you couldn't manage to you couldn't manage even after 30day grace period so they only o two hundred eighty million dollars and they had a 30day grace period they still couldn't come up with the money they can't printed anymore because it's now more costly.

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