35 Burst results for "Heiser"
"heiser" Discussed on How to Money
"The break we're talking with Scott. Heiser, about cutting health care costs, and there's crucial knowledge that we need to have in order to be able to do that in our lives, we're GonNa get to some specific bills how we counteract medical bills. Medical bills shock inner lives. We're going to ask them questions about that of and just a second, but wanted to ask you. There are more unemployed people now since cove. It hit I. mean the the unemployment. Unemployment numbers have been dramatic, so those folks do they have the ability to get a reduced cost on the obamacare healthcare exchange when they're shopping for a plan, because their income has been in for many people just so dramatically reduced. Can they get a better deal? Essentially on on their monthly premiums, great question and I apologize for not hitting that in the last segment. You got three things if you were employed. You don't have a job you're going to get. Get Cobra. If you're an employer over twenty employees, your employer offer Cobra, you'll look at that. It's GonNa, be expensive, but you may want to take that. You'll look at that. You get for eighteen months second one. You can go into healthcare dot Gov and the great thing about this is. It'll ask what your estimated earnings are for twenty twenty. Not What you learned last year, but what you think you could make I'll give example, and then you're may be. Be Eligible for subsidies, so I did a quick check on that in in Michigan did a did a average earnings in the US sixty three thousand. You Miss Four months out of the cove it. You might be down to forty two thousand family of four thirty thirty nine year. Olds do kids. There was a program offered without subsidies was thirteen hundred dollars with subsidies one hundred sixty six dollars. Oh, man, so it is so third third the third step. If, you're totally destitute. There's Medicaid and Medicaid does the same thing it works on your estimated income for this year. Now the caveat is so you estimate you think you're going to be out four months five months and you do it. You get these subsidies. If you were only out three months at the end of the year, you'll have to adjust and they may come back on. On some of the subsidies but man if you're panicked right now, you don't need to be panicked, so many people are scaring. There's articles in Washington Post and everything. Just saying people are losing it and they can't go to clinics because they're overflowed..
"heiser" Discussed on How to Money
"Now. That's that's the one side of a quality side outcome side. The other side is wants to get this. Diagnosis and course of action. It's also incumbent upon you to sit with your physician and what I recommend these days is because. I'm to Sidebar for second. A lot of the health plans now have large deductibles large out of pockets, we as consumers are paying more and more of our healthcare out of our pocket. So if you're backed buying items, we were talking about on your own. If your money you you pretty careful with that. We've gotten into this culture with medicine that we just say okay. Oh insurance cover. Okay, it has to happen that way. You've now had a good dialogue with your doctor. You should have a good relationship. Good take if you're respectful of their time and you're organized, you have written out when you go in and you. You have your objective set. You respect their time they can. They can be very effective with you. You then say. Doc I'm paying for this. Is this the most cost effective? Way To do this. Are there are alternate treatments? Are There Alternative Drugs? What other things? I could I be doing I would suggest most of them. will be helpful with you. Some will say I don't deal with the money. My billing administrator does. And what you have to do is each situation's a little bit differently, but you need to ask. I spent time in sales and I. One thing I learned pretty quickly. See if you don't ask. You don't achieve anything. And if you ask and get a No. You're no worse off than before you asked. So. Why not ask diplomatically with respect to the relationship that you're developing? Sure to ask a kind way. Yes got what you're saying. Here is essentially like we need to be advocates for ourselves. I mean like and we do that. It's easy to see how we can do that. When it comes to purchases that we make day to day, but yeah like you said with healthcare is something that we just assume that this is an expense that we have to incur. It's got to be done this way. Oh, this is what the doctor recommended and like you said I. I think asking those correct questions asking the questions as a way to certainly bring that cost down. Yeah, there's a bigger role we can play in this whole. Yeah, it's got a quick question to about telemedicine. Right like that's exploded recently in large part due to covert, so like in your opinion, what are the pros of meeting with Dr? Remotely A and are there any cons like? What are your thoughts on telemedicine? So maybe let's roll it back from before covid. The telemedicine industry has been growing for the last four or five years at twenty percent a year. Wow and it primarily for for some really good reasons. We don't have enough clinicians to service everybody in the US. We're a little bit understaffed. A Long Way Times to get into doctors to see him can be. It can be issues rural situations where people don't live. There's consolidations going on with hospitals with medical practices, so there's sometimes challenges of getting rural care out in the marketplace. And, I'll throw in one of the point, the average primary care physician. is spent eight minutes with each.
Mexico without Corona: Brewers suspend production during pandemic
"The production of corona beer is being temporarily suspended in Mexico because of the corona virus pandemic Greubel dello the company that makes the beer posted the announcement on Twitter today saying it's halted production and marketing of the beer because the Mexican government has shuttered nonessential businesses now there have been reports in the past that also because of the name of corona beer people thought you could actually get the corona virus by drinking the beer I can personally attest to you that is not the case however the Mexican government has shuttered nonessential businesses the end Heiser Busch InBev owned company also makes modello and Pacifico
Should the Premier League void the season?
"But it's something we haven't looked for a while but this is how the Premier League looks of course a lot of speculation about how they could play these final few matches to tie up the season and we welcome Craig. Burley back from his vacation. Wore a moment craig I am. I know she's been tweeting that much. But you did tweet much sympathy. I saw two players who may be concerned that playing matches over a short period of time. Cool some muscle strains yeah. I don't think it was necessarily players but I read something about some Boffin. Some expert Wall Premier League officials that trying to squeeze excellent Games into whatever they may be remaining of. The season could cost cost some serious muscle damage. Oughta garbage. We're in a moment where you know. People are obviously fighting for the lives as a DEMOC- around the world and we and we have some people feeling sorry potentially for primarily football as it should be fed a federal in the world have squeeze a few extra games then is is the biggest problem facing everybody. I think it just sums up some of the cartoon world these primarily please rob pen. It's absolute nonsense as I said. I think you said on twitter occupational Heiser. The you got to do what you're going to do to get this season. Finish what it takes. I suppose the chills earlier about those quotes that Rio Ferdinand put up on instagram regarding the future of the League saying that they should just avoid it now.
To Forecast Spring Flooding, NOAA Planes Fly Slow And Low
"Forecasters are predicting significant flooding in the Midwest. This spring to be accurate. They measure ice and snow. That will eventually melt into streams and rivers so the National Weather Service Hester rely on pilots who fly low and slow to get that data Matt Sepik of Minnesota Public Radio went up with them. It's a clear and very cold morning at a small airport outside. Minneapolis as Lieutenant Conor Mcginn and Lieutenant Junior Grade Mason. Carol warm up their twin engine turboprop in rundown the preflight checklist back up there among forty pilots with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Commissioned Officer Corps based in central Florida besides measuring snow Noah pilots handle a wide variety of scientific missions from counting Wales to flying into hurricanes on today's flight. Carol sits at the controls while Mcginn scans the navigation charts were soon at cruising altitude but not for long a half hour. North of Minneapolis. Mcginn tells air traffic controllers that will be dropping down way down to just five hundred feet so the instruments on board can accurately measure the SNOWPACK for six put survey aircraft parts may ten miles south field setting up for a little survey. We're so close to the ground. That trees snowmobile tracks and the lettering on small town water towers come into sharp view. In the Bright Sun. Avoiding Birds Broadcast Towers requires intense concentration. The ride is a bit. Bouncy is Carol follows the rolling landscape up and down with a large tablet. Computer Mcginn activates the radiation detector in the plane's belly that's at the heart of the nation this box. The size of a large suitcase picks up natural low level gamma rays emanating from the soil because water blocks. This radiation Mcginn can determine how much water is on the ground by putting today's measurements side by side with readings taken in the fall river. Do now those numbers go. How much water back snow can be fluffy or compact or anything in between so forecasters rely on a figure called snow water equivalent. That's what's leftover when everything melts after measuring a nine mile by thousand foot strip of land McGinnis computer reveals that the snow pack contains about three and a half inches of water but hydrologist on the ground need much more data so we fly for another three and a half hours measuring nine more of the survey areas marked on the map dipping down low each time many of these spots were established forty years ago before. Gps navigation they're typically near railroad tracks and other easy to spot landmarks and away from large population centers. The crew also shoots photos to provide a visual reality. Check on the numbers. We get halfway to Canada before heading. Back TO MINNEAPOLIS. At the hangar. Mcginn handoff thumb drive to carry. Oh heiser from the local weather service office. Who's excited to see the new data? She says it'll help. Smooth out the bumps in measurements still taken the old fashioned way on the ground by volunteers with rulers you have observers that take point observations and you might have someone who is like. Hey I see bare ground. I'M GONNA go report zero and you have another observer that's like hey I'm going to go see how deep snow I can find. This actually takes an average so it takes into account those extremes Mcginn and carol will fly up to the DAKOTAS and over to New England do similar surveys. Their work is already yielding results. Manned is helping communities along the Mississippi and other rivers prepare for possible flooding this spring for NPR news. I met epic in
Trump to participate in signing ceremony for USMCA
"Up to date U. S. M. C. A.'s about the B. side you see the president I'd states outside they could have their trade agreement there if we really put a lot into it Robert light Heiser C. a B. P. there in fact it was I get quite cut people compliment replied Heiser from both sides of the aisle good how Mexico it's going to help Canada most of all is going to help us help you guys always huge it's up to you we get a lot of the governors of an accounting try to get Congress to get up there but the one thing Congress convey they did this year they they you know they had to hold hello to speak to the fire and increase the pot to flush out of her to do but you brought it to a vote big from Mexico became the and most importantly Q. for America we're all we're you know Canadian border state your product sometimes moving five or six times across the border before they even hit the market so the fact that you get the stuff moving in a much more updated but efficient way a light house or in his team did a great job because the poor part of this whole USMC a thing I believe it is the first major domino to fall and now puts pressure on Europe with old all the potential multilateral agreements now puts pressure on China it's the first thing to really push and close off a lot of those Leupold other other parts of the world were using to to kind of explain our our imbalance in trade and now they're gonna be they're gonna be held their feet again the health of the fire so it's great it's it's a huge huge win for the president and you can see those economic success is not just you and him to but all across America the farmers you know with this first trade agreement now that he has with China everything is starting to really fall into place and the Democrats can do the same old thing that it can keep yelling how they don't like the guy they don't like the guy he did great stuff for American that's a hard
"heiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Heiser and here's the best part at the end of that if we the United States are not satisfied that that dispute is resolved we really don't laterally get to take proportion and measures and the Chinese promise not to retaliate you cannot get better than that within their Forsman mechanism that's why in his speech yesterday president trump said we had firm control of enforcement phase two we got a minute left but I need to an update on this you do that the the the terrorists is still in place an additional can be used we know that China's economy by the way they report their GDP number nine PM tonight this this will be the slowest economic here for China and thirty years and yesterday the largest utility said that their economy could go down to four percent growth it's obvious that they have urgency factor to get everything complete isn't their economic model is bankrupt and that's why they really do need to reform that model and I ended the edition to the terror of pressure from president trump they have domestic pressure on a model with that's imploding are they need to join the world where we have fair trade reciprocal trade that'll be better for their economy right this agreement the in principle as a step towards that audio courtesy of fox business Chinese exporters been battered by those terrifying economic growth for twenty nineteen at the low end of the ruling party's official target of sixty six and a half percent the United Nations says the global economy saw its lowest growth of the decade in twenty nineteen falling to two point three percent as a result the protracted trade disputes and a slowdown in domestic investment the annual report on the situation released Thursday is forecasting a modest acceleration in growth and says global growth projected to reach two and a half percent in twenty twenty and two point seven percent in twenty twenty one but it cautions flare up of trade tensions financial turmoil or any other escalation could derail recovery resident trump says he intends to nominate two people to serve on the fed reserves influential board of governors both first name by the president on Twitter in July but they weren't formally announced he did say Thursday that was picked Judy Shelton and economic adviser to his campaign you recently served as the U. S. executive director of the European bank of reconstruction and development and Christopher Waller Waller the director of research at the fed reserve bank of Saint Louis both would require confirmation by the Senate that could take awhile Microsoft says it will be one hundred percent carbon negative negative by twenty thirty by removing more carbon from the environment than it admits as C. E. L. a sack and a Dallas said speak commitment will go beyond its direct carbon emissions to include a supply chain now Microsoft also starting a one billion dollar fund for developing carbon removal technology it's as after reaching its twenty thirty goal by twenty fifty it will remove from the environment all of its historical mission since the company was founded in nineteen seventy five numbers anyway lies house speaker Nancy Pelosi she is blasting Facebook's behavior policy calling the social media giant in our own district shameful it was in response to a question about the power held by CEO mark Zuckerberg do you said.
"heiser" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Me just say ambassador alive Heiser has led to a very very large team across all the different agencies almost every single one of our agencies have been involved in this and this is really a historic transaction now it's it's not everything as we said there will be a phase two but this is the first time we've had a comprehensive agreement with China on technology issues agricultural issues financial services purchases and has a real enforcement mechanism so that this is this is a big win for the president it's a big win for the president and this is one of those things is gone completely fine reported Washington post columnist also said today impeachment is really starting to backfire on Democrats and they don't even realizing it also saying it could be a huge problem for Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren's campaigns because this could be another two to four weeks of impeachment trial which is already now unpopular with the American people but if they decide at the end of it's going to take about two weeks for them to hang arguments yeah just some questions if they decide they get that fourth Republican to call in you know Bolton or somebody's first hand witnesses then that could mean another two to four weeks I mean of of impeachment trial all throughout various caucuses in the states that could be a big problem for Bernie Sanders for Elizabeth Warren who right now are in the top and I had to guess what this is all happening you also have a course the Iran events of the last week which is open up again if you heard this is a Washington post writer saying this could be big problems for the Democrats big problems for Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders because now they're going to be on the record on this stuff they're gonna be on the record for this stuff they're gonna have to deal with it and a lot of them now really just don't want to deal with this it's unpopular it looks partisan it's not a place you really want to go and Donald Trump free smart about this he understands it these front runners including Bernie Sanders or exactly who he should be dealing with and going after and that's one of the reasons why he's been doing this he's been talking about Bernie Sanders in a biography of Bernie Sanders and and how he wants to socialize everything in this country and I think there's a decent chance Bernie Sanders could end up being the front runner for months and months moving forward why because the other campaigns major pre yeah it's doing really well right now a little more but there's no real clear it Joe Biden I mean there's no real clear love fest with any one of these candidates and Bernie Sanders has a hard core base I would it has I think ten events planned over the next week it's an incredible amount of face time they can both get with voters wall Sanders and Warren are gonna be locked literally in the Senate chamber for hours on end the other issue is that Sanders has been a prime cut target of the trump campaign and a president trump himself and I think that that's going to be something that's playing into my specially of these undecided voters where you have the word socialist floating around and that puts a lot of beer into some voters who are uncertain about what he stands for and so I think you're gonna see a little bit more of that playing into the discussion on healthcare and other issues moving forward is that that's a great point Sanders uses that to brag saying the president's after because he's worried about me I suspect we may hear that social support on the debate stage Tuesday night once or twice or up next I couldn't agree more you know the president's talking about it because it's a great point to bring up about how socialist it actually yes the Democratic Party images when would you just heard there John King talk about I think we'll hear the word search has come up several times the debate you would be dumb not to you would be totally incompetent not to you know lives with warns out there you're not desperate she is Elizabeth Warren right now is so desperate did she is now telling people that they don't vote for her the world may in the world may end if you don't vote for her that's what she's now saying that's how important she's claiming this election is that if you got this is you have to do you got a vote for you got it you have to vote for her because this selection depends on it.
White House Director of Legislative Affairs Eric Ueland on “The Takeout” - 12/20/19
"So you SMCA was passed by the house they were recording this on Thursday the show will pop tomorrow I want to read you two quotes about the agreement how it was negotiated an amended in conversations with house Democrats Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader often comes up our conversation tonight not as good as I had hoped direct quote Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house we ate their lunch and as I pointed out in relation the last quote she ate our lunch in our diner now the conversations over many months on your SMCA this revolutionary trade deal for the twenty first century involved a simple reality that we all had to face said beginning at twenty nineteen Democrats are taking over the house Republicans retain the sun we have this transforming a transformational trade deals available for action in Canada and the United States and Mexico what the Democrats in the house needed to both closely review it and then place their policy stamp in it as part of the conversations in order make sure in all three capital so we'll be able to be adopted and and culture of the ratified so ambassador light Heiser created a strong working relationship with the speaker and ultimately are working to while juggling two other capitals at the same time and working through a variety months in good faith conversations with house Democrats as well as working hard as best he could to keep the rest of Congress updated it is been said the president and the speaker of the never never talked about this directly is that true I think that's correct as far as on that matter major such as Senate hope that they didn't talk to my point being that you said this is we're going to break the president has created these relationships they don't get a lot of attention I believe that's true because I know the president calls members of Congress all the time quite unexpectedly in ways his predecessor per president Obama never did you know that and I know the yes or there was a question is was it intentional invalid let's also practical did help that the principles were not involved in other people who had the trust of their leadership and the mandate did it themselves on that and then reported back up on this issue the president made a calculated decision to put the most expert individual on the job to negotiate directly with this and the most trusted one speaker Pelosi call Robert white hi Sir a straight shooter and a broker absolutely so it's a very powerful and very significant relationship here what the president was fully apprised fully in poor inform fully interactive line on all the concessions many many other members as we went through that as as you know at the end this came together incredibly rapidly so the challenge while this is developing real time when you have Bob down in Mexico City public forum members right so while he's on the plane to and then in Mexico City getting on the phone and at least three quickly briefing Republicans and Democrats house and Senate something that we made sure what actually happened so even though members at the end remember we just came out of thanksgiving read it out to try to move on I had so then when this occurs very quickly making sure that Bob's able to both explain what's going on a very high level and as soon as he gets back into town be able to get up on the hill and explain more deeply what Democrats with Republicans with house with Senate with leadership something we try to make sure and I think successfully executed down people have their opinions rightly found that I'm not here to quarrel with that about whether or not they like certain adjustments to the trade deal but the reality is when you're working with members of the other party and trying to find common ground your going to make adjustments that may not all actions have been as easy to contemplate in session we'll see I endorsing it with the present even himself raised well there are a variety of things that the head of the air AFL-CIO saw that were dismissed out of hand right we're not really you are not matters that we wanted to entertain nor do we consider so for example a very significant piece of pension legislation pension bailout legislation some would say was a significant demand of Mr trump can others throughout these conversations Richard Sherman at the a wing Sergio correct we took a look at it we went through a very thoughtful process the president was part of these conversations awfully decided that for what your priorities inside the U. S. M. C. A. at a way to forge a path forward also relate to find common ground the idea of incorporating that into the arrangement was not something is going to find players to with the trump administration I'm fascinated endlessly Eric as you well know because we've known each other for many years about how things get done in the underlying structures and many of my audience might ask themselves wait a minute let's say let me get this straight you're negotiating a trade deal while the president's being impeached in negotiating the continuation of government spending lots of give and take trust has to be established you're also negotiating a national defense authorization act which has not only defense implications but things like federal family paid leave all of which is occurring while this impeachment drama is playing out explain why what is how that happens how you can have the intensity the sort of acetylene torch heats of impeachment and all these other given take trusting negotiations going on at precisely the same time it's certainly a unique moment in history and I'm sure many years from now folks will investigated and try to come to conclusions about how that some of us might even write a book about it maybe one or two of us all over over the years and the audience listen what screen wife is a way of life in Washington DC sometimes the stakes are much more significant than others other times but never lies many things are going on at the same time when the president asked me to take this role on on his behalf one of the things he charged me with was being very thoughtful about attempting to pull off as many of his priorities as we could under his leadership in the summer and fall of twenty nineteen and so we set about to do that so after analyzing a variety of his priorities and understanding the best way forward in Congress and some of their priorities he ultimately agreed that during the course of twenty nineteen we ought to be able to with hard work Olaf creating a space for we ought to with creativity a lot of hard work be able to set a fiscal year twenty twenty in fiscal year twenty twenty one this will frame which were able to do he thought it was very important that with a lot of hard work we could have the ability to land significant health policy reforms and so and and many other priorities beside so after he gave us that direction we set out along those lines to accomplish that red opportunities available to us Democrats newly charge of the house Republican still in charge with by any chance majority in the Senate many of the newly elected Democrats in the house came from district one everyone nice correct thirty one districts so a lot of still significant support in those districts for the president that these newly elected members how to pay
New North America trade deal hits snag as Mexico objects to U.S. labor inspectors
"There are new concerns about the trade agreement between the US Mexico and Canada Mexico's top trade negotiator took to Twitter over the weekend to voice complaints about U. S. M. C. A. he objects to a congressional proposal creating multiple U. S. labor attaches to monitor implementation of the deal the eighteen tweets came after Mexico's top negotiator wrote to Robert light Heiser to express surprise and concern about that
U.S. top trade negotiator praises deal, China remains cautious
"Investors are mulling over the U. S. China phase one trade deal but with few details released investors are taking a cautious stance in Asia most of the markets are trending slightly lower all have details in a few moments US trade representative Robert light Heiser says things look promising but it could be too soon to predict results we'll find out whether this works or not we have a fortune mechanism but ultimately whether this whole agreement works is going to be determined by who's making the decisions in China not in the United States if the hardliners in making decisions we're going to get one outcome if the reformers are making the decisions which is what we help and we're gonna get another outcome this is a what the way to think about this deal is this is the first step in trying to integrate two very different systems to the benefit of
U.S. exports to China to nearly double in 'totally done' trade deal: Lighthizer
"US trade representative Robert light Heiser says the first phase of a trade deal will almost double U. S. exports to China over the next two years when we look at this agreement we have to look at where we are we have an American system and we have a Chinese system and we're trying to figure out a way to have these to become integrated that's what's our interest he spoke on CBS's face the
Graham says House Democrats "weaponizing" impeachment
"Your weapon Ising impeachment and I want to end it the intensity and partisan passion of the impeachment inquiry are on full display on the Sunday morning talk shows as the full house prepares for a vote by mid week that was senator Lindsey Graham on CBS's face the nation Republicans criticized the Democrat led proceedings in the house intelligence and judiciary committees they're not defending their coordination with the White House for a potential trial in the Republican led Senate in January White House impeachment adviser Pam Bondi on fox news Sunday we wouldn't be doing our job if we weren't working hand in hand with the Senate to clear the president of this charade this sham house judiciary chair Jerry Nadler on ABC's this week he poses a continuing threat to our national security and to the integrity of our elections to the to our democratic system itself we cannot permit that to to continue the US and China have agreed on the first phase of a trade agreement that would roll back some American tariffs US trade representative Robert light Heiser appeared on CBS's face the nation we have reports a mechanism but ultimately whether this whole agreement works it's going to be determined by who's making the decisions in China not in the United States if the hard liners are making the decisions were going to get one outcome if the reformers are making the decisions which is what we help and we're gonna get another
U.S., Canada and Mexico sign agreement - again
"You house Democrats are eager to show progress on something other than the impeachment inquiry just an hour after unveiling the formal charges against the president house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a deal he said Democrats had reached an agreement with the White House on an updated trade pact with Mexico and Canada this is the day we've all been working to and working for on the path to yes that yes on a new nafta marks a rare moment of bipartisanship in a deeply divided capital as NPR's Scott Horsley reports for the trump administration getting Mexico and Canada to sign a new trade deal was hard enough winning support from house Democrats may have been even tougher house speaker Pelosi says her party went along only after the new nafta was modified to include enforceable protections for workers and the environment there's no question of course at this table image is much better than nafta it is infinitely better than what was initially of proposed by the administration Democrats also insisted on stripping out of the trade deal certain patent protections which they called a giveaway to big pharmaceutical companies house ways means committee chairman Richard Neal says there were a lot of hard fought negotiations with the White House I think we set a world record for hanging up on each other myself in the trade rep but at the same time we also knew that this was an opportunity that we couldn't let get away from us Neil says the talks came to a head this past weekend the Massachusetts lawmaker was watching the New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady when he was interrupted by a phone call all of a sudden I looked at my phone and said hello see for caller ID long wisdom tells me hello Brady take the call as final details were ironed out Neil was also in regular contact with AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka who checked in from a hunting trip Trumka endorsed the agreement after promise of factory inspections if necessary to verify compliance in Mexico his union backing is an important green light for congressman Neal and his fellow Democrats but this is more than a triumph for organized labor it's a triumph for workers everywhere across America it's also the first major trade agreement for the president who spent much of the last three years disrupting international trade at a signing ceremony in Mexico City this afternoon US trade representative Robert light Heiser hailed the agreement as a win for all three countries and if something is going to base North America Richard is going to make America rich rich could make Canada richer and it's going to make Mexico richer the new agreement which trump calls the U. S. M. C. A. provides important updates for things like digital commerce that barely existed when after the fact a quarter century ago it also requires car companies use more north American parts if they want to sell cars here duty free and includes a sixteen dollar an hour minimum wage for some auto production that could shift some manufacturing from Mexico to the US and Canada on the whole though the U. S. M. C. A. is more of an update to nafta than a wholesale replacement it's estimated increase GDP by only about one third of one percent Christian G. check of the center for automotive research has what the deal does do is avoid the hit to the economy that would have happened to trump made good on his threat to scrap nafta with nothing to take its place it means an end to uncertainty around what the future trading rules will be in North America the agreement also gives house Democrats an accomplishment they can point to other than the impeachment inquiry that's especially important to moderate lawmakers from swing states like Cindy actually allow farmers in her state depend on a continued flow of north American free trade I'm very happy to see where we're at with this and
House Speaker Pelosi says 'not quite finished yet' in reaching USMCA deal
"US Mexican and Canadian officials say they expect a sign of changes to the USMC deal leader to date that despite last minute deaths in Washington first it seemed to do was closer with the trump administration and house Democrats seem on the verge of a handshake deal but then speaker Nancy Pelosi said nothing has been agreed to yet now US trade representative Robert light Heiser will fly to Mexico with Canadian officials expecting to join the
Positive signals grow on U.S.-China trade deal
"The freedom pimco global strategist tells Limburg the markets will continue to trade on any China news I think they're going to continue to try to trade what is effectively noise right now what we're looking for is some evidence that you have a forcing variable in the form of a summit meeting between the two leaders logistically that's become very challenging the four year and so in my mind what we're hoping for at this stage is some kind of agreement between the bite Heiser minu chin on what might be called the preliminary phase one deal and then having some kind of agreement signed in
China says trade envoys agree on phone to continue talks
"Trade envoys have agreed to continue U. S. China trade talks the eight piece my grass he has that story in a brief notice the official Xinhua news agency says vice premier Li you he spoke with US trade representative Robert light Heiser and treasury secretary Stephen the notion by phone early Tuesday Beijing time the notice says the two sides discussed solving issues regarding each other's core concerns the notice also says the envoys agreed to maintain communication on remaining issues in consultations on the phase
Pelosi says U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal is 'within range'
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says democratic lawmakers are quote within range of a substantially improved trade agreement with Canada and Mexico but she says they need to see progress from negotiations put in writing from US trade representative Robert light Heiser for final review close he's insisted on changes to the U. S. Mexico Canada agreement that will do more to protect workers in the environment and make sure the deals provisions can be enforced president trump as harshly criticized closely for moving forward with
China, US say trade envoys agree in phone call to continue trade talks on ‘Phase 1’ deal to solve tariff row
"Markets I can it's a look at our top stories in China says it reach consensus with United States on resolving issues pertaining to a phase one trade deal Newburgh daybreak Asia anchor Brian committees has more from Hong Kong Beijing says Robert light Heiser Stephen the notion and China's Leo heard discussed core concerns on the telephone call but no details given the global times said that tariff removal and agricultural purchases may have been discussed he said there were still differences over how much terror of should be cut and the two sides agreed to stay in contact the U. S. T. R. confirmed the talks but gave no word in the con hence now the two sides are still shouting at each other over various issues but the mini deal appears to be edging forward in Hong Kong brand Curtis Bloomberg daybreak
China says trade envoys agree on phone to continue talks
"China's commerce ministry says the lead envoys in trade talks between China and the United States have agreed to continue talks in a brief notice the official Xinhua news agency says vice premier of you he spoke with US trade representative Robert light Heiser and treasury secretary Stephen the notion by phone early Tuesday Beijing time the notice says the two sides discussed solving issues regarding each other's core concerns the notice also says the envoys agreed to maintain communication on remaining issues in consultations on the phase one deal might cross scea Washington
"heiser" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Heiser something great work on that yeah kind of debunking as Heiser da da bung sekarang Searchin for sure yes no I I would say no they were their inter dimensional not extraterrestrial then in your definition of inter dimensional would be what that there are these angels can move in and out of human perception because they've got access to more dimensions than we humans are limited to me we see in three or if you count time these angels you know who knows how many dimensions they move in some theories of their maybe eleven or twelve our colleague Josh Peck call it believes there's there's twelve dimensions Blake doctor check Mister said eleven I think that they just have access to more realms and we can proceed with our natural sciences and by doing that they appear to violate the laws of physics and there are those who will say well that's clearly the advanced technology okay but we can't prove that one way or the other if they even respected ufologists like a shot the lady said you know these appear to be more inter dimensional than extraterrestrial go to Paul in Chicago first time caller hi Paul go ahead Sir do you do it's a pleasure to talk I can have a listing well I began with art bell we landed way in this is your first call it is my first call okay great I'm kind of shy about calling you know because that sometimes I have being some of mine and I want to say it and then when I get rated stated it's also but I I do have a question but Derek I'd like to compliment you a lot of times we get host gets on the program and they don't act to get laid or you ninety eight as clearly and it's five by is you do and I I really appreciate that because some of the the the narrative that dialogue comes over and I don't I don't quite understand it because of the well you know that that people kind of garbled their words and yours is you you speak so clearly and and and I really appreciate and respect you for that well thank you I'll pass it along to my mother she worked as a huge is what you'll broadcaster new Derek that yeah the the there's always the stories going around ever since I was little boy about the end right and what this Donald Trump and the way he's mesmerized all of these thousands and thousands of people that would support him even though he might kill somebody on Fifth Avenue and minute and all of the other weird behavior we used to have an old saying back when I was a little boy I am eighty years old of the people we we called weasels back in the forties and fifties and now he has had weasel personality would you consider him would he fall into that category as you described daily on of the these entities walking around anti Christ walking around floating round of being about the world with the fall into that category because it seems to me is let me let me say my dad was with Paul from Chicago also just about the same age so it's an honor to speak with he's he's come back I I would say it's entirely possible that we could basically point to any human on earth as a potential just as Satan entered into Judas at the last supper I think that's what we're looking at is at some point some human leader who is incredibly.
Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal
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Trump is expected to delay European auto tariffs for 6 months
"Monday political reported president trump is expected to postpone his decision a place terrace on the European auto imports for another six months trumpet for and by the way if he doesn't rather six months they're done for a year drop in previously given you the US trade representative Robert light highs are hundred eighty days to make trade agreements with the E. U. in Japan in regard to auto and auto parts imports saying that they were a threat to national security that deadline is approaching tomorrow White House was able to reach an agreement with Japan in which the country committed to more US agricultural exports edible stream of roles on digital trade according to political light Heiser told reporters in September he did not expect the president to impose duties on Japan after the green it was done no such deal has been reached with the E. U. as the country's did not allow agricultural products to be put on the negotiating table so the president is expected to push the decision back to place terrace on the E. U. a person familiar with the decision
"heiser" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And we Tom Dan Heiser and I just came back from the Denver area where we did for more show we did indeed Iman belief. dot com the unbelief dot com is where you want to be you know some people say that technology can produce out of body experiences find out by watching our free episode this week merging spirit and technology with Jonathan zap go to beyond belief dot com and while you're there take advantage of the nine nine cents special that's beyond belief dot com simple as that thank you Thomas appreciate that and if you're looking for ways to regrow hair this is magical their loss is a serious concern to many men and women surgical procedures are expensive and the market is full of products making on certain promises now through science and nature foremost stem cell expert doctor Nathan Newman is spend a decade developing reveal with polypeptide technology and botanicals your doctor Newman with more info on the cycles of hair growth and reveal head goes in cycles so not all the here is going at one time your hair is going at different stages and your hair has to go off to a complete cycle for to grow again if it gets stuck in that cycle you don't get as many hairs growing and you start to see less hair growth most of the hair is growing is because very very slowly a third of a millimeter date the science behind reveal the age fifty six all the profitability is unique is new and is exclusive to join us our products are very advance in technology therefore it allows us to give you organic products that are paraben free sulfate free vegan non NGO and silicone free which is a big thing in Eric Eric today and.
"heiser" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Mills lock mill Heiser says and that we respect the family the for the family respect the jury's decision but stand by the plan to seek the death toll we would not ask for the death penalty if we did not believe it was appropriate given the facts in this case and in the evening your parents have appeal to Chris and sent to reveal where her body is with the family can take your remains back to China and unannounced active shooter dylann Chicago office building today because work of panic and aggressive response by Chicago police Ross rice a safety and security analyst for CBS to system businesses didn't warn employees of the drills which he calls counter into the water in my view that you're actively preparing for something like this you're coordinating your efforts with police and fire departments we have a coordinated response and we saw how important it was on the war just a few months ago when there was an act of workplace sure police a proper notification was not made to all the people in the building at Randolph and Franklin it appears the alligator that recently spent a week in the home of Bartley build brought short and long term benefits to the community each movie runs the northwest connection chamber of commerce and says the Gator was a bonding experience for the neighborhood it's what people together of all ages and ethnic groups and Ronald upon the neighborhood which is a good thing where people are actually talking to each other that complain about like say like property taxes or something it does bring some good will certainly also says he hopes the national attention the neighborhood got while the alligator eluded capture got the interest of businesses outside Chicago that might now want to invest in humble park movie says the Gator brought so much positive attention to the neighborhood he jokingly said he's thinking about adding that cater to the chambers logo Jim.
"heiser" Discussed on KTRH
"Of course. Tommy, Dan Heiser, thank you so much to Michael Causey. Oh here. An- Anna, our trade at engineering, and thank you so much. You being the wonderful listener that you are at a Memphis. Give a shout out to Stephanie Smith this for us as well. You're wonderful. All right. I am we cigar. And until next time I invite you to stay aware. IT mixed today, secure and tomorrow, smarter, delivering the technology transformations the world depends on. We are. Explore the art of the possible at GD IT dot com. Cluses up their game. If you thinking about maybe a romantic night. Go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the dance floor and bar space bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions..
"heiser" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"heiser" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dan Heiser, Wagner, entertainment, presenting dente or more Miramar four Lauderdale Miami that whole little area there. So funny how everybody else looks at it like that. But we all just go. Yeah. You know, down down south. When you live there. Oh, yeah. Four letter to Miami. Mayor all that together. Just just going down for hours is basically how we would look at that. But they're going to be another life stage show, and we talked about this not happening at the end of July, July twenty seventh talk about this now because tickets go fast, so get yours. Now, if you're heading down to Florida, or you're already down there be a part of this radio to stage. Join the grand experience again, July twenty seventh. We're going to be taking over Miramar cultural center to be another jampacked night of fun. Lots of conversation. That's what we're all about got some great people that are going to join George chip coffees gonna be out there. Billy Carson's going to be out there. Jim Paris is going to be out there. I think you guys are going to have fun alive ban. I'd like to be out there too. That's a great area great food around there too. But meeting and greeting everybody following the show always. A good time. And George Orioles has a really good joke. At least when I've seen him. He's always had a really good joke to tell I love that. I I like that that's fun to me. That's that's what I'm cool about. I love that kind of stuff. So if you'd like ticket information, you know, what to do go to our website at coast to coast, AM dot com..
"heiser" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"The flip side of that is we also have a high level of trust. So we trust pawns and land shooter Janney era awry, had sit in front of an entrepreneur Megan communities on her knowing that we have the trust of our partners Heiser holding each other accountable. The fairly unique model a lot of times DC will say founder a have to get approval from partners where I think we miss out a level of trust less with each other where we can make a commitment something out of the artery ship without but the side of that is because we hold each other accountable for performance, and so there's certainly pros and cons Dench abuse should her you shouldn't be doing mostly each other accountable in a salad salad trust. I wanna finish. St. Jeff on the final being you'll miss recent publicly announce investment until me why did you get so excited to house less thirty days to let gutting night, it's based in New York, repeat founder and Ryan detonating. We actually met Ryan series. We offered lead series. I politely shows the best prevention partners immigration for sexual, but we vary. Yearly Brazilian vizier. The-in glad that he chose us. An amazing that is using a modern tools like chat at boss to provide IT support for small businesses solve this technology is a category that we'd been buried on his farm. So in all the way back consented as flare in house and a market category. We stick his enormous small businesses in the US loans hundred eighty billion dollars a year on IT Ryan and his team or setting will change the way those businesses manage their IT infrastructure. Everyone. I mention amazing with an absolute dependence down to Nate often all random, cutting lamb to school, and he's really is ashington area for me trying to change the way people are prepared to go into the workforce per hundred years we've had history so model going to college for four years graduating trying to find a job in Austin is really flipping that on its ear and saying, hey, you think you wanna go into computer science to be a doctor league in helping compass that goal Eliana hope for accomplish Linda is amazing John the opportunity to invest along. See a Google ventures in number of other great masters. I most Bryce I'd say I have all seen coming on the show next week. So is going to be phenomenal is awesome. Terim? I probably his biggest fan boy on Twitter. But I have to say, Jeff, this has been so much on that, you know, many reasons why something show, but letting from incredible people, you exactly one of them say thank you so much joining me. Thanks, very good. Bun. I'm I do on say getting Houston. He's Jeff he's been so coins me both in voiced support. And then coming on the show stay so it really does mean a lot and a big thank you should stay Vasant. Bright wheel onto Glen Solomona G G I surp- Reshat, you a question sessions, and it made the episode so much more special if you'd like to see more from us you can find on Instagram at eight Stubbings nineteen Ninety-six tubes. A really would be great see that. But before we leave each day. A lot of what we do on the twenty minute VC is to experts picking the brains of founders and investors you tell us wish trends.
"heiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"heiser" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"Movie one night stand where you're knocked the up, and then that's your your horrible to people who don't really like each other don't really get along come from two different worlds. And you're stuck for being together forever to some degree because you have kid to give. The movie they seem to be happy thing. And it worked it out. Right. Yeah. I think so. But my thought is if one she didn't want the baby with this guy in two he didn't want the baby with this girl. Get rid of the baby. There are plenty of. No, no, no, no, no, no dark is it seems old on plenty of people that hear her backpedaling as she. People that would love to adopt the baby. So there is no reason that these people that hate each other have to raise a baby that they didn't want particularly in the first place. I think her thing was more. So she didn't wanna baby with him, maybe more. So to what a baby maybe you should not get drunk and have sex without a condom or not have sexual southern. Yeah. Yeah. Of the ideas. Yeah. But okay. So what's yours? I'll let you go. First. I always go first. Why don't you go first or do you got more to say about your? No, no, no. Early. I ramble. And I'm like figure opportunity. Oh, I okay now. No, all right. My my top five. Then this could change, but I don't care enough to try and keep switching back and forth in minor in no particular order. These are just five this is the best at the end or whatever. But okay. So the exorcist. Okay. Okay. It follows. Basically it follows is like. If s TV's were haunting you. Pre-pretty noble shit. Because basically there's demonic forest that follows you, and it can take on the looks of different people each time. It comes after you. And even people, you know, and it's passed from person to person from having sex. So he kinda takes a trove of if you have sex and horror movie, you die. And literally goes if you fuck in your cursed with this thing that keeps coming after you until it kills you until you fuck someone else and pass it on to them. So the movie starts off with this guy bangs his girl in the back seat of his car. And he liked Heiser to wheelchair explains to her. What's happening? He like puts his thing. He's like you see that thing walking towards he's like you have this. Now, he's like so you got to pass it on to somebody else before it gets to you or kill you. And. Yeah. And you can pass it back to the same person, or whatever it's crazy. But anyway, it's pretty good movie. You should watch it. I vaguely remember that movie. It's pretty good. It's not that. I think that I've actually seen it. But I do remember seeing a trailer or something for it me. Like, oh, well, that's interesting. It's a weird concept. But I enjoy it's kinda I kinda liked the concept though, next one the Blair witch project. Okay. He was talking on it shit earlier about. And every time you said I Winston I was told you not that the Blair witch project is a bad movie. I just don't personally like the Cam shaky camera thing..
"heiser" Discussed on The Bible Project
"This is Jonathan project. If you've been following along in the podcast, you'll know that we're in the middle of series exploring the identity of God in the bible, how the ancient it will cool riders thought about what it's like to experience a transcendent God v been listening along. You'll recall that we did a question in response episode where Tim referred to Dr Michael Heiser. We had the privilege of hanging out with Mike Heiser here in Portland at our studios last week to talk shop and get an outside voice in a script writing process. Swell, we're hanging out with Mike. The topic of the name of God came up this something we talked about on the podcast before how the name of God is an attribute that becomes more than an attribute. And as soon as we started talking about it, I realized, may we need to record this conversation. There's some really good stuff here about what does it mean to take the Lord's name vein, what it means. Just take awards name in any. Capacity and has a related to taking the name of the beast, which is actually the phrase revelation. Talk about all that and more a little bit more about Mike. He did his graduate studies at the university of Pennsylvania in ancient history, and then he did his doctoral studies at the university of Madison Wisconsin in Hebrew bible and semitic languages, which is the exact program that Tim went through. He's currently a scholar in residence at law gospel software, which is north of Seattle in our neck of the woods. He's got a lot of great books. If you haven't read the unseen realm, I'd recommend that up. He also has a brand new book out on angels. Oh, and he has his own podcast of the naked bible podcast where he weekly gives very nerdy about who was a lot of fun to have them in the office. I hope you enjoy this conversation. Here we go. Okay. We are going to talk about the name Husham in Hebrew. The name as a theme throughout the bible. Now in the gods series that we've been working through, we spent an hour talking about many attributes of God and the name was one of them, but opportunity to dig deeper and partly because we have here in the studio with us the Dr Michael Heiser I'm Mike. Hello. Here embodied for. Important and relevant later if you've been following the God series conversations, I've reference Mike's books and podcast multiple times. So he's done a lot of both scholarly work and getting good scholarship. I'll on a popular level about heavenly beings, the spiritual realm in the bible. And then specifically about the the Hebrew bible roots of the plurality, the divine plurality of guts being in the Old Testament that is the seedbed of what eventually will be called the trinity in the New Testament. And actually this topic is a key Lynch. Discussion is the name the name of God in the Old Testament. And then the way Jesus appropriate and takes the name in the New Testament. A lot of people don't realize that the Old Testament has a number of passages were for lack of a better way of putting it. It's God as man or a man in the Old Testament, and that provides a framework for what we see in the New Testament. Yeah, yeah, that's right. So for many people, the incarnation, the trinity, for sure or even incarnation is often seen as a Christian innovation..
"heiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is going to vote on whether or not Kimberly Clark should get massive tax incentives to stay, but they're laying the vote until after the election. What's wrong with this picture? We'll talk about it all at one ten today, chef Wagner, Wisconsin values WGM. Jay. These here from my friends at Heiser automotive group, if your regular listeners, you know, last month, I had the Ford F one fifty I love that truck. If you ever wanted a truck go to Heiser drive, one of those things test drive it see if you feel the same way. But that's right. Went back to Heiser last week. I know I picked up a twenty nine thousand nine Chevy equinox actually gonna turn in next week real quick on the economics notice this when my wife, and I were driving at night the other day when you get into a vehicle the interior lights go on and lights up the entire inside of that vehicle. You talk about safety in a parking lot where whether it's at a restaurant or a retail location. It makes you feel safer if you're parked on the street or in a parking lot as well. Just those little things are some of the things that a Chevy equinox brings you. I've talked about the convenience of the hatchback easy loading for groceries or you pick something up at at your local hardware store or landscaping materials. You flip that up easy drop of the seats. You can load it and quickly and efficiently. It's kind of. One of those benefits of vehicle like the Chevy equinox. One of my coworkers. Actually, just bought a Chevy equinox. From Heiser absolutely loves it Heiser is a family of dealerships run by family of really great people. I've gotten to know almost all of them highly recommend them Heiser automotive group. If you're considering a Chevy Toyota Ford Lincoln or a Cadillac put you're on your list. It's really worth meeting them giving them a shot, you know, their tag today's your day. Find them online at Heiser dot com. The.
"heiser" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"It is a documentary by for Heiser German film, and he invited a lot lot of films had twenty teams going to Jerusalem who should film from dawn to the night, the Roussel sites and make interviews with Jerusalemites. We show this documentary for not twenty four hours from the opening to the claw. Of the exhibition and in the whole exhibition in every room. We have an each room, two of the interviews, for example, in the room about the pilgrimage. We have interview to pilgrims, and we have one interview from this tattooist. You see it from so many perspectives that we think people from today get good information and good idea of what it is today. Monaco in Berlin. I'm Henry V Sheridan. Thanks hundred flat reports, which was co produced by Natalie gowpen welcome to Jerusalem is on at the Jewish museum Berlin until the end of April next year. Now lay on today's show. We're going to head to Los Angeles to meet Jim Favre and Steve Johnson of the architecture firm Johnson fevrier. The practice has been focusing on civic engagement and how to build better communities through architecture. Its main projects on this revolve around building and rebuilding libraries. Sane is the meeting point of the neighborhood that working across southern California to turn around derelict structures and hot spots for the community is Steve spoke with collartoo Rabelo about the role architecture can have in shaping acities and how libraries are alive and well and not going anywhere. Anytime soon. They three public library was versus tablet almost immediately after the revolution and grew quickly from there. And a lot of it is founded on the philosophy that at democracy. You really can't thrive that an educated people, but it turns out it's not just a repository of books I and of course, that came to kind of state of crisis at the end of the twentieth century and libraries were repaired for that. They always knew that they were more than a repository books. Really a place for people to gather to learn from each other. Librarian was always seen as a resource of information and knowledge and away to disseminate that knowledge, mum, the community. That's one aspect of it. The other aspect of it is certainly before World War Two. It was taken for granted that the buildings themselves should be wonderful places, grand places, places that are Commodore to community and to individuals, and we kinda lost touch with that for about a half a century, and it is our opinion that we are only now regaining are footing with. Regard to how the quality that buildings themselves are crucial in the success of a community library. Now, we'll talk a bit about some of the projects that you've done as specifically would libraries, but I would like I hear your thoughts on that idea that to you're just touching upon which is can someone through architecture specifically, one working with libraries, kind of bring some sort of change to the habits and the way people behave and view that building the library's systems of realized that they really do have to compete for our attention. In other words, they really have to provide an environment that people want to or need to spend time. And nothing is really changed by observation that people still, in some cases need a place to be and want a place to be with other people, whether they're studying alone or studying alone together or simply. Passing time. Prior to a business meeting, we have found in our practice that these libraries are an opportunity for people to have a place that they can extend their work. They can extend their research and avail themselves of all of the services that exist in the building. But the key thing is the architecture has to be a place that encourages that there are so many choices today. You can do this in the cafe. You can do it in the park as you point out with new technologies, but librarians understand that providing the kind of environment that engages you and keeps you. There is important, and that's really what I think has addressed the improving quality of architecture of libraries today. Now, one of the interesting recent projects is West Hollywood library, which kind of help transform an area that was otherwise neglected. And that was an interesting project. It was right at the moment it was before they found, but after Amazon and Google in the planning process in the design process hearing from the community, which is by the way, very active community full of opinions, certainly willing to voice them to us..
"heiser" Discussed on KOMO
"Rosa died in a shooting while responding to a fire at a retirement home investigators say a resident set the fire deliberately expecting to shoot at first responders in spokane heiser tells our news partner l y having not only the fire to contend with but active shooter is something that has not been part of our training at this point fire departments around the country have begun training to treat gunshot victims in mass casualty situations but this kind of medical assistance has never overlap with actual fire response training heiser says that may soon change corwin hake komo news seattle fire department says it finds itself cooperating more and more with police as both agencies face a range of calls they've never had to deal with in the path for seattle firefighter a day could consist of twenty to thirty calls ranging from medical emergencies and fires and homes are these and encampments into different wall volume is so high that they they need to be prepared to get on the next run in order to finish this run they need to be safe they need to get other unharmed any need need take care of the patient the level that we've come to expect firefighters say the threats and dangers have multiplied they've got their head on swivel looking around that's komo's jennifer sullivan and she was talking there with assistant chief brian hastings now in a policy change teams have six or more firefighters will now respond to emergency calls to areas near any homeless camps airbnb is positioning itself to hire people away from its competitors by opening new office space in downtown seattle two years ago airbnb i opened in seattle with an office in westlake tower now it has two floors at the eighth and.