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LVMH buys 50% stake in Jay-Z's champagne brand Armand de Brignac
"Deal, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo report businessman Jay Z is making moves off the mic. Announcing that more wet Hennessy is acquiring a 50% stake in his luxury champagne brand, Armand de Brignac, known to fans as a sieve, spades. The move provides the wrapper and entrepreneur the distribution power of a global drinks, John And while no it gets to expand into markets not traditionally served by some of its brands. Neither side would
Moet Hennessy buys 50% stake in Jay-Z's Champagne brand
"Pitt Street credit is buying half interest in Jay Z's Ace of Spades. Champagne brand, the rapper, whose real name is Shawn Carter bought the brand whose real name is Armand de Brignac in 2014 5. Years later, they sold half a million bottles. He had Crawford w
Debris Falls From The Sky Near Denver After Flight Suffers Engine Failure
"He's talking about today's top corporate story. It follows that scary incident over the weekend involving a united airlines flight over denver. A flight bound for honolulu experienced engine failure. Shortly after takeoff was forced to make an emergency landing. You probably saw the images over the weekend night. Says it will temporarily ground. twenty four of its boeing. Triple seven jets meantime. Bowie is now telling customers to stop flying. Certain triple seven aircraft equipped with the same type of pratt whitney engines. The broke apart during that united flight. United is the only us airline with this type of engine in its fleet head of the faa saying the agency water inspections of some jets but concerning images. You see this There's been been problems with the seven seven seven similar situation actually just in the past two years now. So of course this will raise more. Questions both about boeing in some instances and perhaps Pratt and whitney as
Making Content Management A Smooth Experience With A Headless CMS
"For that as compared to traditional cms. Such as wordpress so the same is kind of a weird term admittedly certainly when i started butter. I didn't call it. The that he noted have seen as wise. I never heard about the concept. I thought of butter as what it is about the technical basis which is an api. I see mass meeting sort of api. I approach so there's really two parts to like have the same. Mass one is the api like so the content api which is what. The company's developer's will query content from is the contin api and they pull that content into their own native application built on any tech stack. They want and then the other piece is of course the content dashboard which is where the marketers go in and actually markers clients whoever you know they go in actually manage. The content says easy to use dashboard. You actually go create the actual blog posts or landing pages in that kind of thing upload images do stuff and you don't need to be able to do it so that's what i would have the. Cms is at a very high level. It's really the content api or api's as well as concentrating Itself yeah and so as far as the use case in user experience on how it compares to attract cms like wordpress so on the marketing side on the surface it is somewhat of a similar experience to wordpress in the sense that you know the goal really is to provide the marketer a really easy to use u. y you know they don't need to be able to use it to update continental do their jobs and we're pretty well generally speaking. Certainly that's why it's so popular on the website. Those where things change. It's really kind of a night and day difference so with a hennessy. Mess with butter. You get to work with any tech stack. You get to work with the one that you're most proficient with so you know if you prefer to work with django python you can start there and you build out your own application marketing website using using django and then you plug. Cms cape ability into that. So you plug you know like the company. Pi into your own of native stack with work on the debt side of course wordpress flips. This on you completely so you don't get to start with again assuming you're developer. Who prefers django in this example. If you wanna use wordpress you basically abandoned django got ready. You got a dive into the wordpress world so you start with word processing. Start with it as as sort of complete stack all need to master. Its terminology. how it works the internals of its code base database schema of course diving into php since that's what is built. And so you really go from there. And kinda start hacking slashing workers to customize it to do and behave the way you want it to so it's very different approaches different very different experiences on the development side. Another interesting way to think about the use cases headless masses as you mentioned. You're able to use your tech stack the prefer but if you're already using something like django than what is the benefit of headless versus integrating a framework such as django cms or wag tail into your existing site for being able to manage that content and have it very tightly integrated with the overall application. That you're building django cms wag tail these are. What's i kind of think of as traditional. Cms is every language or framework. Has these where the very often you know. Open source cms built in particular native language django ruby on rails etc and. They're very similar to wordpress. Press in the sense that you know. They are large pieces of software. Or maybe not large all the time but the pieces of software that you need to own so you need to install it you need to host run it. You need to maintain it so you need to patchett in ensure that it stays secure enough date. And you need to customize it in order to customize it if you need to customize beyond sort of its native capabilities native. api then you need to dive into the guts of of how it works. So those are some of the drawbacks with their traditional. See masses they are quite software heavy as opposed to have the cms where in terms of software to adopt this. It's very very light. Software buys so all you're really doing is acquiring the continent pi which returns just the raw content for. Let's say a blog post you. Queer the continent behind returns like the tax values in images for that piece of content for that blog post. You can think of it in a way is instead of queen your own database with a table of blog post. You're querying that same data from api. Basically it's a very lightweight. Approach to get fully functional. Cms capability in our case with butter. They're certainly open source. Had this message for those you'd needed host tame them and then all that kind of stuff comes into play again. If you go that approach with with butter we've decided to be sort of sassoon only and so we handle all the infrastructure security in updating that kind of thing so that's the Making what i'm describing this. Can you dig a bit more into what you've built it but see s and what motivated you to build a business around this particular problem. Area
"There's a drink they make in chicago that boasts about how few people actually enjoy. Its bitter wormwood flavor if bars even had a bottle of it. They probably never opened it when the manufacturer ran a social media contest to come up with a new slogan albeit an unofficial one. They got suggestions like when you need to unfriendly someone in person turning taste. Buds into taste enemy is free years. And what soap washes its mouth out with but believe it or not. It's catching on my name's moxy and this is your brain on facts pop quiz. What is the most popular liquor in the world. While you mold that over here's a quick primer on a small segment of the panoply. That is the world alcohol. Low alcohol beverages are made all over the globe by mixing something containing starch or simple sugars with water adding yeast or allowing wild yeast and bacteria to invade and leaving it to ferment wherein the east eat the shiver and because ethanol and carbon dioxide these beers wines and the like can be made from any fruit grain and even some tree saps like palm and birch. Anything with natural. Sugar will do in colonial america brewing with pumpkins and other winter. Squashes was actually fairly common. But if you take your beer or wine and distill it meaning to boil it and collect the condensed steam thus removing the water and making the drink stronger. Now you've got something that's where we get vodka brandy whisky and all other drinks of spiritus nature. That's what we're talking about today. The weirdest and most wonderful who humanity has come up with on the whole. I am ruling out craft beers. Because will you know how craft beers are even trying to restrict searched liquor. The google machine kept popping up craft beer. after craft beer beer made with pizza or chilies or fermented shark. Fan or bull testicles goat brain or stags semen not a word of ally. Didn't make any of those up but back to the question. Of the most favoured firewater there is a lot of whiskey in the world for sure but with all of its subcategories consumed across the us and canada and of course ireland their credited with inventing it. After all though they called it ishiba the water of life. No it's not whiskey looking. They drink a lot of vodka in russia. That is true but it's not vodka you know where else they have. A lot of people china one point. Four billion to be specific. And it's the chinese spirit buys you. That is drunk more than any other. And i'm guaranteed be mispronouncing that because i have not been trained in any inflected languages. Sorry it's the world's most popular liquor by volume selling more than ten billion with a b. leaders every year more than all the vodka and whisky in the world combined by you is a vast category of clear yet complex spirits that have played a prominent role in china's drinking culture since the dynasty. It's been cold light. You harsh alcohol or showed you burnt wine. Today is called baiju which translates to white spirits. In contrast to chinese fermented grain alcohols known has kwangju or yellow wine. It's usually distilled from for meant it sorghum. Although other grains can be used it is also strong like really strong running between eighty two hundred and twenty proof or between forty and sixty percent. alcohol brand. Names aren't as big a force in by shoe as they would be in the west where you might swear by jack daniels and never touch jim beam or you only drink hennessy. When you're out restaurants and families all do their own styles and it changes a lot. Regionally brand names. Her barely a factor. But i do want to mention one reaching fung. The brands only been around since two thousand. But it's declared itself the oldest distillery in china because its parent company stumbled upon the ruins of six year old facility when they were undergoing renovations in the ninety s. There technically correct the best kind of correct. Ju can be divided into six subcategories divided by their fragrances. Honey layered light rice sauce and thick. None of which would help me make a decision. If i was buying it in the shops it said that western pallets tend to favor the lighter and sweeter fragrances. And it's not very surprising. Baiju is rare in the us though you can find it in certain thoroughly stocked bars and it might be a while before it catches on people who have tried it often describe it as tasting like sweaty socks or rotten fruit and other things. That don't make me wanna reach for one. In other words to the uninitiated. it tastes weird at best. If we're gonna talk about spirits in asia we should probably address the elephant in the room or rather the snake lizard or baby mouse.
63 Massachusetts cities and towns, including Boston, at high risk for coronavirus
"Cities and towns are now Considered to be high risk for covert 19. That number has tripled over the past three weeks. BBC TV's Christina Hager is on the the South South Shore, Shore, where where there there has has been been a a big big surge surge in in cases cases recently. recently. In In several several scenic scenic South South shore shore towns. towns. People People are are just just finding finding out out Cove Cove in in 19 19 is closer than they thought. It's definitely very concerning and very scary. I think it's hard to find a balance between you want your kids to have the socialization and be part of the sports sports like youth hockey now taking a hit from the virus kid that we're playing against had it So we had to take a break from hockey 15 year old Joe Hennessy plays and hang him. One of several towns south of Boston that just moved into the high risk Red zone on the state's color coded map of virus rates will hang him. Health Department has had to quarantine entire teens hang in town Administrator Tom Mayo at a virtual select mints meeting this week. We're seeing a troubling increase in covert 19 cases. And privately runs team sports, especially indoor sports, like hockey, basketball and indoor soccer earlier this month at this rink in Rockland, which is also in the Red Zone, teams from seven area towns competed, leading to an outbreak among coaches and players. This as the number of high risk communities in Massachusetts tripled in the last couple weeks to a total 63 experts say. It's not the time to let up as things get colder. Now we're going
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"Yep, and everything is going to the answer that you're going to get that final say so that they have is always it's going to be a small late on the conservative side. So if you have any issues with abortion-rights, if you have any issues with insurance, if you have any issues with the criminal justice system, good luck because getting those reforms getting those things in front of them getting them actually side with you. It's going to be a hell of a lot harder because they tend to think more traditionally and when I say traditionally it's those magnet people where they think America was great at once upon a time. There was slavery basically off. And they tend to think more along those lines. These are the people who are against, you know, everything the Board of Education. These are the people in here again. Yeah, they're they're just they're against everything that we as Americans really shouldn't need to fight for and against someone who does not believe in you were born a kid at seven months cuz I just think you're a horrible person. If you do that like that's disgusting. I think you should be cut off way sooner than that obviously right off at the same time whether I believe in it or not and it would you know, whether I would ever participate in that I don't think that that is something that the court should really be deciding at all. Let alone being put before a bunch of Catholic Christians who are like now all life matters, you know, they the real lives matter here that you were raped and fifteen and was raised by my uncle. Thank you. They don't care if you were raped by a random in an Alleyway you are financially unable and incapable don't care of and providing Place they'd rather off. Once you have children just be out here with no home. No one to take care of them or with a mother who can't even stand the stomach to look at their own child because they were conceived in such a horrific way..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"Off but yes, well, we'll put a link will put a link to those at the tips. I think those are really good and actually check our Instagram. We got put on Instagram feed all that check for you boo is Genesis and the letter and let me send somebody stole ownership Frank e s s y the letter n t a. All right. All right y'all we appreciate y'all we love y'all. Thank you for listening. Oh wait, we just dropped our March. Oh, we just got that much. Check out our website for all of our latest Marshall crop tops is Hayden Choi. Maybe we got something for you too with the lyrics for our lovely theme song baby. Check it out to keep in touch follow us on anchor Apple podcast Spotify off Google and other platforms p.m. For a complete list. So you can go ahead and visit our website at Hennessy in a teacup, and be sure to make sure you subscribe and radar show one. She found us when your preferred platform off until next time. I'm Erick Kimani, and I'm sorry Nicole and we're off and your own words she swore off. Well, I think like in Georgia and that's why cuz every man boy off my best friend. You want to be a better choice. I'm sorry to see him at 3 Club Zone cooling off. Interesting in a way to see you the key code..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"That much. Check out our website for all of our latest Marshall crop tops is Hayden Choi. Maybe we got something for you too with the lyrics for our lovely theme song baby. Check it out to keep in touch follow us on anchor Apple podcast Spotify off Google and other platforms p.m. For a complete list. So you can go ahead and visit our website at Hennessy in a teacup, and be sure to make you subscribe and radar show one. She found us when your preferred platform off until next time. I'm Erick Kimani, and I'm sorry Nicole and we're off and your own words she swore off. Well, I think like in Georgia and that's why cuz every man boy off my best friend. You want to be a better choice. I'm sorry to see him at 3 Club Zone cooling off. Interesting in a way to see you the key code..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"Comfort for me you after that, you know, cuz I use like use the fuck out of yeah, and and now I'm aware of the fact that you used me then like now we're get off of that because the day nobody wants to be treated like that and if I'm aware of how I want to be treated and how I want to show up for other people off after a while your child is going to expire because I'm going to you know, expect the same from you and and want that in retirement. There's nothing wrong with that. I definitely feel you on that and I feel like if a lot of our our mothers would have had that information and been able to like maybe a choice because I feel like like at least I know what the woman in my family it was very much so actually was just the women men too. Just like everybody in my family. It's like you very much so worried about like not making everyone else uncomfortable unless an argument out of that. It's like everybody's always like your people pleasing. You're you're trying to feed into this or feeding that it's not like an emphasis on self-care and and because table make you feel like especially as a woman more so that you're supposed to take care of old people and I just noticed that giving people more than what they've given me as a problem. And I know people tell you that you shouldn't say that but it's the damn truth and I wish society would normalize that because it is real you cannot continue to give more to life than they give you and understand also in that people play a certain role in your life. And that like you said, you have to just recognize and accept them for who they are and if that works for you and work it continues like fax over here. Then it works but I know what about Serbian absolutely exactly like away and that's what why I say continue to get taken for granted because I let people run that shit for way too long..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"It's more of like how I'm showing up because when you show up a certain way you get treated certain way and I notice that like that's something that I really want them to take control of in charge of so now I try to I try my best to hold it. I'm still crazy as from China Tiger Blood is still there. I'm not a mirror. We got a bunch of stuff before I go, but I'm open to it and I'm okay with that because you know, but now I'm able to more like more or less have it in control in a way where I can breathe. Yeah. I was going to say so your mood you can't make your mood shift. Absolutely. From one way or the other you just like I really have to like think like outside of my body instead of thinking from a emotional state like before I was thinking from my gut like, oh you disrespected me off. Okay, come on already now, I'm just like no like my dad is telling me like if people control your emotions they control you so and he was right because anybody that like I had to do that I was dating legit to me like I can control your day. Yeah even know you can control my day off if you let them. Yeah anybody if anybody and it's hard it's a hard thing cuz I tell you I'm I'm not there, I'm still growing. Well, it's a process. I am not there I get into that like leave me the hell alone. And if you talk to me you don't piss on the worn off. Hell alone, like my friends knew like she need my 5 to 10 minutes to just doing that shit and then she'll come talk to us. I'm one of those don't talk to me. Don't follow them when they buy egg shells just but my thing is I remove myself. Yeah, that's the thing. I used to put everybody on eggshells, and I've now gotten uncomfortable..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"The charger for the Benz. I used to love of the yellow ranger back in the day you something I feel you on that because wage yes, but you see that's what we call them tiger blood family child like you mean ready to go rent to go on the fire, but I understand when that happens like like what's the what's the other people's reaction to you when you turn into that Power Ranger chat Tiger Wood, I keep trying to tell people I'm a little alligator. Oh God, I be minding my business doing my thing right the minute. You see that tail switched directions room. So other people's reaction usually is like they saw alligator coming to what they tends to hello. Baseball game scared and I get the standard you need to calm down and relax. Don't tell me relax or something relaxed. I don't care who you is not so and I said who you is dead. Don't you dare life when I am in my shit tell me to relax. So that's that's a sure-fire way for me to snap or your ass. Don't tell me relax but a lot of people like to do that the thing that kills me the most about that entire like set up is that when I am protecting someone else because I have a lot of triggers Brian took one of them is seen other people being mistreated effects. And in that I always go and protect other people. It's a thing I've read lying out. Yeah, like I'm like, oh, and the funny thing is like I was a baby my family forever. So it's weird that I'm the one I was like you think you think the Hulk is something wrong. Me she all coming through in college because they were like, oh you straight turn into a superhero and other people's reactions that it just depends if I'm on the wrong side protecting them. They're all about it. I remember one time. My mom was like let her go. Right, you know I was ready. She was like a let her go. My brothers are all holding me back and she'd had asked like let her go. So like they know, you know what I mean? Like it just depends an awful. It's just unfortunate cuz I feel like my experience with that has been really jacked up just because it does it depends on if I'm for you or am against you right reception. I get when I'm against people they tend to flip out cuz they think I'm actually down there like head off on their body or remove their heart from that now, okay. Now you're the driver seat of that experience. Like how do you feel when that moment when they're reacting to me? Yeah, it pisses me off see why big I'm a family cuz I'm like, why you Going to murder you like I had no charges how I get one at this rate. I'm not I'm not doing it..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"With She's off to stick my finger like Hennessy in a month and that's why is every man like it's just my best friend. You want to be a better wage just gonna be fine. To see him the Key Club. So cooling off off the cheat code..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"I'm not going to let you talk shit about my white homegirl because she didn't grow up with money and you want to call her trash. I'm not going to let you do that right? I'm going to be the person that speaks up, but they don't speak up for me. So and now am I supposed to by protecting your space and birth And I'm starting to like that that focusing on on on your energy and energy that you allow around you because that that matters like a lot a lot lot. There's so many people that I don't walk and talk to anymore or even I just cut him off because I'm saying reason like I know I'm loyal so who is going to benefit from all of them goodness? Hey, well definitely have to measure my you know, that's my energy in that way. Yeah a hundred percent because I don't want anybody training me like I am tired of being drained down with you you scoundrel like I have really have to die for anything that might drain. Yeah, it's designed not trained and and and stressed out with high blood pressure and and bad health and all of that stuff is like so destructive to your life like you cannot wage. And honestly, like I think people what they forget the most is we listen to you. Yeah, we hear y'all out in like the most sincere form of respect is just listening to what someone else has to say, right and it would be nice if we can change this conversation around and you guys actually ask us what's going on in our heads. What did you have to deal with this week? Was there anything that you thought was ridiculous? I will have to say after George Floyd. I had this one co-worker that like literally in the meeting before our meeting started. He asked me off since early til he's German and before that. I really felt like all of our interactions before were very awkward and forced and and it felt like like he was just always trying to like look at me, you know, so I was always really defensive when it comes to when it came to answering him back. Like it was always a matching his energy and that's where I messed up. I will say because now knowing in hindsight wage No now he was the only person at work to ask me. How am I dealing with all of it? How am I holding up? How do feel walking around? He told me he was he was sorry. Well, yeah, he said was sorry that I have to live like that and in Philly and if I ever just need to talk that you're that for I will say I am very impressed very impressed with one on black friends. Yeah on Facebook. I only had to call out to and unfollow one football. I will say I'm very impressed because not only are they the hosting but they are actively learning and engaging in conversations because I see the comments. I see the comments they're writing on other friends Pages cuz we are in the same friend groups and I see them are saying and and they're definitely thinking they're thinking differently in that makes me happy to see it makes me proud to see it and I know that's a different kind of conversation cuz we're talking about systemic racism is dead. Not honestly, the angry black woman stereotype is a part of that. Yeah it is and it's like once we start to realize all of these things. Hopefully we can peel them back together as a society absolute to get us a point where we don't have to feel this way..
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"I have to put their hands in my hair, you know how oh, you know, I literally had to had to explain to my coworker that you cannot walking up behind me off. And putting his hands in my hair because he wanted to see how it felt is equivalent to me walking up to him and sticking my hand. Right like you're at me a chump. You don't offer serious. So you want to see hi Trump says, okay. So apparently right. Apparently, it's okay, but you know, I've had my experience with them playing in my head too. I've had women not men but women often walk up to me and white women stick their hand in my damn hair at Starbucks in line at Sprouts and the Dollar Tree like, why do you think it's appropriate to touch me? And then when I turned back around shocked and appalled right you have the audacity to get enraged at my frustration. You touched me. It's like why are you picking up your life to leave Milan like I accosted you right now. How do you like how have you developed and changed like being your reaction to those type of things because it's like I'm Not Dead. Being black like to see my buddy. I haven't for the reactions of people touching me out in public except for this is agree that I've thankfully was trained and more time off. I think makes you calmer when you do an actual like Michigan mixed martial art of any soil or this karate, Taekwondo more time for me. I feel like hey, I feel like it makes you more calm so you felt like so forget it made me want to punch somebody. Okay, like I know back in the day before I ever did more time. I probably would have turned around and knocked that knocked her ass out really I would have thought. Yeah, I probably would have knocked them all out because at the same time it's like I'm in a store by myself, right? Okay. I don't have a boyfriend. So I damn sure ain't expectin nobody to walk up on me and just start touching me, you know what I mean? And my boss know better on top of that so it's like why would I not turn around and feel threatened automatically that you're touching me. So thankful for that lady. I didn't bust my ass up brain, but like it's not even my natural birth. Action anymore to want to just slap you I turn around and look first to see who the hell's doing it which could be dangerous for me and try to troubleshoot. Oh cuz now y'all walk around stabbing and shooting people just a random. Like it's actually more dangerous for me not to react and that's another thing you guys don't seem to think about on December eleventh know too because depending.
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"So that was like a learning experience was hell by car last year that was the first time ranked me in the face real quick but as far as overall budgeting to even get to the point being able to afford a car. Okay I started with doing what you do, which is budgeting, but I was doing budgeting like monthly. So what really shocked me in the foot was his home mentality of like I went from a job where I got paid every two weeks a normal person getting paid every week. Oh so that should is real difference I was active brand new. Arrangement. Where you know you only got us about seven days oh she said. Oh. It's out. It was a bad idea like it was like mentally especially again. Not Having to suddenly. Like I'm a lot. Three years ago I was out here shit talk about. I Would mind whatever I wanted. To do survive set as. Horrible whistle when you you know are used to roughing it right and you know how to rough it out. A Walk it apart? The.
"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
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"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
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"hennessy" Discussed on Hennessy in a Teacup
"Your home in class, there's no more students in your class to mess with you. So let's get to the root of what the problem is. Again I ain't got no kids but I have younger brother and sister and nieces and nephews. So I'm still in tune as far as that goes as well. It's like, why don't you talk to them? Himself because we don't have. As part of the now we do absolutely have. We absolutely have time to take action I. Tell You that for me that time definitely like hit me a face. Now's like home like I have to start going outside because I just can't stay cooped up in the house and I know that I will go cuckoo for cocoa? If, I can't explore and get my door. Oh, that will that will straight send me up a wall. Snack, we we all get out house. Let me tell you something I started trying to find it. On Saturday mornings I don't care if I bust my ass out of them like getting dirty orbit I. Think last weekend on been up I got all kinds of low little marks I'm like. Because this is tripping out of some bushes y'all and I'm not the Bush person. So but it's well worth it. It's worth it. I can't tell you how amazing I feel when I get to the top and I can look at the water off off the mountains and I was like Oh really just did that for three miles and look in my wardrobe do this for three more years ago back down but it is. Also. Really. Focusing on my self care routines I'm getting. Extensive routines. I think everything. Yeah. So I'm just GonNa give you one that I really looked into since being on the stand you give me two two. Oh Gosh. The greed. Eric. So the first one is my hair routine. So I feel like. I grew up in the pink Lotion Blue Badge. Okay Days Hot Combs, fingle Wales go braves, and crocheted 's okay. So. I am Boxcar..
The Fed has capped bank dividends and suspended buybacks after stress tests
"For the first time in the ten years of stress, testing banks are required to resubmit their capital plans later this year to reflect the current environment by chair Randall. Quarrels notes in a statement that there is quote material uncertainty about the trajectory for the economic recovery in its impact on banking organizations, and not all governors agreed to let the banks continue payouts even if If, they're limited fed governor Lael brainard said in a separate statement that she does not support giving the green light for large banks to deplete capital which raises the risk they will need to tighten credit or rebuilt capital during the recovery coverage, informing this decision by the Fed was a covert sensitivity overlay for their traditional stress tests where the test of the bank's viability under three hypothetical recessions in subsequent recoveries, v-shaped, u-shaped and w shaped. The Fed notes that there are scenarios are not predictions of the likely path of the economy in aggregate, though the Fed said loan losses for the thirty four banks tested amounted to five hundred and sixty billion to seven hundred billion dollars aggregate capital. Ratios declined from twelve. Twelve percent in the fourth quarter of two thousand nineteen to between nine point five to seven point seven percent in the hypothetical downside, they did not break out the results of the cove analysis on individual banks, but in the after hours investors have been drawing their own conclusions with mixed results depending on the bank mixed performance depending on the Bank Melissa all right Leslie, thank you Leslie picture with the results of the stress has a lot to think about. There are a lot to think about in terms of how it affects the bank trade, but there's also this to think about. Take a listen to what David Ellison of the Hennessy funds said on the closing bell just a few moments ago. There really inserting themselves, and and basically acting like they want to act in a sense that these companies are effectively nationalized. and. We're seeing the effect of that today. in what they're saying, so they're worried about the the appear to be more worried about the economy than the market is. Again heard Powell last week. Say that he was worried now. It seems like we're hearing that again. And this is going to be an ongoing thing. The banks are going to be battling this for the next couple years. So they are effectively nationalized according to this bank investor, guide me. What does this all mean for the bank trade? Yeah. It's interesting. I mean I. Don't know if I'd go that far that the bank should be but I I respected the the opinion on that. Know what it means for the bank trade I don't think the value proposition of the reason you were getting wanted to belong J. P. Morgan was because of the dividend or their stock. Buy Back. I mean I. Don't think that's why you're long the stock, but I understand the headline. This is somewhat shocking, although probably not all that. Surprising quite frankly, I think a lot of people probably saw this coming I think the bigger headline was the reason I thought. The market rally in the first place was a relaxation of the Volcker rule to a certain extent. I think that's why banks had the big run. Now you have to wonder if the timing was somewhat coincidental. I still would submit the following. Pretty steadfast on this you're looking for opportunities to by name like J. P. Morgan for that now second potential run up to one fifteen, and we've done the math for you. I mean one fifteen for J. P. Morgan is putting a one point eight multiple on sixty two dollars tangible book, and it makes a lot of sense. Go back and look where we traded up to a couple of weeks ago and that to me is where the market wants to go I. Don't think it's I. Don't think this is the reason to be bearish the broader market although you know I am. But I do think the headline is probably going to some people carrying. You've been a longtime investor in the bank specifically, certainly not for the dividends, certainly not for the share buybacks. Knew that they were gonNA suspend by back at least for this quarter. So how do you factor this into your investment thesis? So. I mean I guess it makes sense I that they say. Let's see how the year unfolds before we decide whether or not you're going to be allowed to to pay your dividend, or at what level you'll be allowed to pay your dividend, so that sort of makes sense to me i. think what is going to be more important I think is how bad are the provision for loan losses going to be in this quarter? And how bad are they going to be given that we are having difficulty reopening? How sustainable those losses to be going through the throughout the year, so I had thought that the first quarter and the second I'm sorry, the quarter ending in. June, and this next one I'm sorry. March marching, June would be the worst quarters of the year. Maybe there's another bad quarter here. It is interesting to me though that the Volcker rule did come out on the same day that I mean that's sort of like back to go go times. To? The stress tests. But I think the story hasn't really dramatically changed today we'll be. It'll be interesting when we see on Monday. Who is going to change their dividend? Would seem like Wells Fargo is maybe a likely candidate. For BANKAMERICA's city and JP Morgan. The big money centers I don't think they're moving much I. saw city up a little JP Morgan down a little and Bankamerica down. Little I don't think a whole lot has changed to me. It still comes down to how bad will the loss be? Yeah, Goldman after hours one of the biggest loser, if down two and a half percent, a wells Fargo's down one and. And a half percent.
Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest
"We have to talk first about what we've seen in the past forty eight hours. The appalling targeting of reporters who are trying to tell America's story there is so much that so wrong about this situation first and foremost the video seem around the world, the video of George Floyd's final minutes alive. It's so wrong that it's hard to see, but it is right that we look. It is right that we bear witness. And it is right to see protesters taking action as a result, but it is wrong to see reporters and photographers and news crews, being assaulted and arrested at these protests, police firing rubber bullets at reporters. When their pores are holding up press badges. That doesn't belong in America authorities handcuffed reporters is wrong. That's what happens in authoritarian regimes, not in America, but yet it happened again last night in Minneapolis and in New York. These threats against the press, not just coming from police. In recent days, protesters have ganged up on the press in trouble cities. We've seen a photo journalist attacked. We've seen on TV. News crew chased out of a park. That is wrong. Rioters destroying TV. News vehicles and stealing cameras is wrong. Almost everybody knows this, and it's right to call it out and say that America is better than this. Reporters don't want to be the story. They just WanNa, tell the stories of the protesters and the police and the residents of these communities that want to be able to feel safe. Some of the examples of what we see in in terms of reporters, seemingly being targeted this for example was on Friday and Louisville. is a local CBS reporter and her cameraman in Louisville, Kentucky apparently shot with pepper balls while live on the air Later, the police apologized to the station, but we've seen other reporters that here's Dallas for his other reporters being being hit by rubber bullets. Tear gas there. These situations we've seen in a number of different cities I'll read some other examples to you. A reporter in Columbia South Carolina was hit by a rock and had to be taken to the hospital. Here's a freelance photographer in Minneapolis. who was shot in the left eye while covering the protests? He says she's been blinded in. One of her is as a result in Chicago Chicago. Tribune, photographer. Photographer said looters shoved and stole her cameras in DC. This is in Washington and Lafayette Park a Fox. News crew was harassed and then chased out of the park by protesters who were cursing and screaming at Fox News and criticizing right wing media. This is deplorable behaviour by protesters. We've also seen in LAS. Vegas. The arrests of two photographers police took these photographers into custody. That is completely inappropriate Out The next morning, you know we need to follow up on these cases and make sure that people are held accountable when these incidents happen, reporters should not be the story in these cases, but it's happened again in the past few hours overnight here in New York City. A reporter for Huffpost was arrested while wearing police badge and covering the protests in Brooklyn in Minneapolis Angeles, Time staff writer had police firing tear-gas remember bullets at point, blank blank range at her into a crowd of protesters and journalists. We're going to talk to her and just a moment. Reuters cameraman also said He. He was hit by rubber bullets. Some reporters have had to seek medical attention. A news crew KCRW says. The LAPD shouted her rubber bullets as she was holding her press badge above her head, and at least one case as I mentioned. We've seen protesters being the aggressors. This is a photographer for K. D. K. in Pittsburgh. He says he was attacked by protesters downtown on Saturday quote they stomped and kicked me. He said in a tweet from the back of the ambulance I'm bruised and bloodied but alive. My camera was destroyed. Another group of protestors pulled me out and saved my life. Thank you. This is what's happening. Members of the media in cities across the country this weekend. It feels like targeting. It feels like an escalation. It is deeply disturbing. And, we're waiting for statements about it from the president and from other national leaders when about a dozen reporters were arrested in Ferguson in two thousand fourteen. President Obama spoke about that defended the rights of the press. We will see who defends the rights of the press this weekend and in the days to come. Let's talk to the reporters, so we're in the middle of this. I just showed you. One of them molly. Hennessy Fisk reporter for the Los Angeles Times, who's got some wounds on her leg. We'll talk to her in a moment and Omar Jimenez here from CNN of course, famously iconic arrested live on CNN on Friday morning I. Don't think we're ever GonNa forget that image Omar of you being taken into custody your hands behind your back There's been a lot of news sense. Then tell me about last night and what it was like when. The police officers were were moving toward your crew and you had to seek shelter on Saturday night. Well. I think Brian we expect some of that. When you come out to a protest like this, because part of trying to cover the clashes between law enforcement, and those that are coming out, is you you expect in some ways for for things to escalate just based on how previous stories like these have gone so our team actually had a plan to sort of watch. How this law enforcement team is advancing. Go back to our first safe spot. Then continue to retreat to our next safe spot, but that didn't stop. That stop us even though our camera was rolling from getting shot at Berlitz wise, my producer got hit in the back with Some rubber bullets. My talk got hitting his leg with bullets. Actually he says that he had a cellphone in his in his pocket there and he didn't get any bruising on his leg, and when he realized, or he realized the reason was because he put out his phone, he was completely shattered, and he still has that piece of that rubber. Bullet is well so so in some ways. It was the normal aspect of covering protests, but in many ways. This one felt just a little bit different. Sort of looks different same question to you, Molly. What happened to you last night? Is it right that your colleague? Photographer had to go to the hospital. That's that's correct. My colleague Caroline coal photographer. We were both standing right
The FBI broke Apple’s iPhone encryption, but you shouldn’t panic
"The most recent contention between the FBI. Napa over device encryption has come to an end as agency is unlocked to iphones belonging to the Pensacola shooter with. No thanks to apple going further. Ag William Bars again called for the government to force apple and others to create backdoors and devices the the apple team or apple has replied the terrorist attack on members of the United States armed service at the Naval Air Station. Pensacola Florida was devastating. And hennessy heinous act up responded to the FBI's I request information hours after the attack and continue sport law enforcement during their investigation. We've prayed every piece of racial able to US including I cloud backups. I count information and transactional data for multiple counts. We lent continuous ongoing technical. And investigators support the FBI OPS Jacksonville Pensacola and Jacksonville Pensacola and in New York. Over the month sense on this many thousands of other cases we continue work round the clock but the FBI and other investigators that keep Americans saved and bring criminals to justice as a proud American company. We consider supporting. We consider supporting law enforcement. Port Work Responsibility. The false claim made about a companies are an excuse to weaken encryption and other security measures that protect millions of users and our national security It is because we take responsibility security so serious that we do not believe in the creation of a back door one which will make every device. Romell too bad actors or threaten our national security and the data security of our customers. There's no such thing as a back door. Just for the good guys. And the American people do not have to choose between weakening encryption and effective investigations. Koskinen keep their information secure and one of the ways in which we do so by using strong encryption across our device and servers. We sell the same iphone everywhere. We don't start customers passcodes and we don't have the capability. Unlock passcode protected. Devices and data centers we deploy strong hardware and software security protections keeping afresh safe. And this show. There are no backdoors into our systems. All these practice apply equally to our operation every country in the world.
Leadership During Difficult Times
"Guest on this episode of the strategic is Keith Hennessy. These days he teaches at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Law School and his leadership fellow at the Bush Institute where he's teaching our leadership program sessions during the Bush administration. Though Keith was the assistant to the president for economic policy was the director of the National Economic Council during the financial crisis in two thousand seven and two thousand eight so those days Keith was working around the clock to blunt the impact of that financial crisis on on our economy. So we thought it'd be interesting today to hear about that experience while we're reacting to the cove in nineteen pandemic. That's happening right now. Keith thank you so much for taking time while your social distancing to call in happy to help hello from Palo Alto California. Well first off. Can you paint a picture of what it's like to be a decision maker in government during a time like this because I know right now? I'm watching the news. And there's just a constant stream of information things are changing by the minute and some of it is is fact some of it is conjecture. Some of it is somewhere in between. What's that stream of information like inside the White House and in our government? Yeah well an advantage. You have when you're working in the White House is that you get you. Get the best information that's out there. I always joke that one of the wonderful privileges. You can pick up the phone call pretty much anyone in the world and say. I need to help the president understand about your area of expertise. Can you spend some time with me? The person will always say yes. And then you have. You have a tremendous Roster of experts working in the government and then also outside of government Who can help feed you information? So the information tends to find you and if it doesn't you've you've got a team of talented people who can go find out The best available answer to any question. That's out there but there definitely is sort of a fog of war we're You think you know what's going on and you probably have a better picture than almost anyone else But there are a lot of unknowns. There are a lot of things that You know that you're just making educated guesses at so that's tough in hindsight This is one of the big mistakes. In terms of historic analysis is in hindsight. It is very easy to forget the things that now seem obvious. But we're not obvious time You know the biggest mistake about hindsight announces at the time. You didn't know what was going to happen next. And while you thought you knew what your actions and decisions might Might produce you're not always certain And then the other thing is is stressful And so you learn how individuals react to stressful environments and then you learn how teams React to stressful environments and you know I think it also depends on how long the crisis Lassen how long the pressure is applied. It's one thing to be in a stressful situation for days and weeks. It's a whole another thing to be in it for weeks and months and wears on people and In overtime that takes a toll because the people who are making these decisions are after all humans right. That's actually kind of interesting. And and so how? How do you keep team functioning under these kind of in under this kind of situation? And where might we might be doing this for a long time? Yeah I'm not sure I have many tricks. We were in in one respect. We were fortunate in that the the financial crisis in two thousand eight hit in year eight. So of the Bush team We knew how to operate as a team. We knew how the mechanisms of governments worked on a lot of US had four or five or six or seven years under our belts working for this president working with each other So we had those advantages of experience and know each other and frankly had a really good team In that last year With with Hank Paulson sort of as the the field. General for the president with Ben Bernanke over at the Fed and Kevin Warsh And with a lot of amazing people internally and so that teen Kinda you know it means that you don't have to worry about those aspects of it. You can just focus on the crisis of hand. So we had a bunch of pros. We had a bunch of pros. Who knew how to work together. And then you know you just you kind of say look. There will be time to sleep and time to rest on the back end of this. We're just going to keep pushing basically because we have to. I think the other thing is the morale is really important and and Bush thing. We were really fortunate because the morale comes in large part from the president You know the morale and the tone I always say that the tone in the White House is eighty percent set by the president and twenty percent by the White House Chief of staff and we had a president and a chief of staff who were creating a tone and environment where the rest of us didn't have to worry about the politics We could basically just focus on. What was the? What was the best policy? And how do we try to make it happen? So then you mentioned the that you knew how the government works and the government with all of its departments and with experts who sometimes have competing priorities. So in general strokes. Can you talk about how to how these departments all work together and coordinate during a crisis like this? Well that's what the White House policy councils are for. At the time we had four of them there are now three In the White House of the National Security Council is the granddaddy of them all And the National Economic Council in the Domestic Policy Councils And I worked in a on the National Economic Council staff so these are people who work in the White House for the president and Their job is to coordinate policy making in their in their area for the All the information that comes in for the president goes through the Policy Council to sort of structure. It make sure the presence president knows what's going on and what that best information is and in particular because the president has got a lot of advisers each of whom is responsible for looking at a part of the problem and the Policy Council Stash. Job is to make sure that the president has the information that they need to look at the whole problem. And so when you run one of these Policy cancels you get very good at running meetings and conference calls to pull all the advisers together To to compare information to figure out what decisions the president to make and then to make sure that the president hears from all of you know his advisors that he needs to we. We would joke that. Our job was to set up clean fights cleaner where you'd have conflicting advice. The you know one team advisors would set a precedent you do X. And other advisers would say the president should do why you. WanNa make sure the president gets the information. He needs so that he can make that decision and then when he makes the decision that everybody throughout the executive branch actually executes. Does what the president wants to do right so you would actually present. Exxon wide both team ex ante y presented the president. Let him make that decision. Yeah and I shouldn't describe as really two teams that a mismatch speak mistaken. Are My these are. These are different advisors who were all part of the president skiing. But right right right just disagree on a particular question and You know these. These decisions are hard. None of the options are particularly good. Because you're always over constrained But there are just different. Trade offs different choices that the advisers would make. And what you WANNA do. Is You want to hear the president. Have the president here. Those arguments be able to push the advisers. And then say okay. Here's what we're going to do You know the privilege of working for the president. Is You get to be in the room to make the argument or the option that you think you should make. And then when he hasn't sides it you've got to go out there and execute even if he went with The other option one that you didn't recommend be interesting thing about the financial crisis is that there were a lot fewer disagreements about what to do among
The Running Back's Struggle
"Josh last time we had ESPN. It was to talk about fullbacks today. We're talking about running backs in our way through the backfield man just like Aaron Donald Josh firms. Meyer writes about football for five thirty eight Josh late last week. The Rams announced in a shocking move that they were releasing running back. Todd Gurley. This was a remarkable turn of events Given that girlie one offensive player of the year in twenty seven teen thoroughly. He was discussed by some people as an MVP candidate in two thousand eighteen on route to the Super Bowl led the league in rushing touchdowns that year. The ten the five untouched. To the end zone touchdown todd Gurley and on top of that. He's only twenty five years old. What happened my goodness twenty five year? Old running backs are already aging out. The first thing that happened to him was he has arthritic me. So at the end of the two thousand eighteen season he had to be replaced and spelled by Anderson Mentally played a little bit in the Super Bowl but he was just entirely ineffective. Fortunately that ineffectiveness carried over into the twenty nine thousand nine season and inbetween. He was given an extension that made him one of the highest. Pay running backs in the league. So this season couple that knee with his expense the caps situation in a loss Angeles and he just became a casualty and I think he is kind of an exemplar for everything. That's going on with running backs in the NFL. It's this idea of short and careers injury proneness and loss of effectiveness and therefore being cut or getting lower pay on the day that he was released. Espn stats and Info. Put out an number that I found fascinating in two thousand fifteen year. That Gurley was drafted. Twenty two backs were drafted. Not a single one of them. Josh is still on the team that selected them. What do you make of that goes to this idea of running backs? Having really short shelf life season for running back usually occur in one of their first two seasons at least in terms of productivity in terms of touches. You wear them down so quickly in this league. Though it's one of the toughest position on on the body and so I think the League as we've seen so far this year they still are kind of have a predilection overpay for the very good running backs are the ones that just had a good season but on by and large I think across the league. You're seeing people being really risk averse and moving on from running backs after a couple of seasons. When did you notice that that some teams not all and we'll get to some teams that have continued to pay running backs winded some teams for start to realize that they had been overvaluing the position and wanted to invest elsewhere. It's hard to trace it back specifically to a particular team but I know that People in twitter sphere and analytics the NFL analytics of talked about the replace ability of the running back position for quite a few years. The Philadelphia Eagles were one of the first on board to kind of spend money at the position but spread that money out over multiple players to kind of make the injury risks inherent in the position kind of spread across multiple sets of legs. The Baltimore Ravens are also one of the ones that the forefront of really just paying the absolute minimum that they have to at that position and actually getting pretty good production out of you mentioned that the analytics community was sort of early on this trend. What did they find? What did the data tell us about running backs really two things? Were most important about running the football. The results of run plays are primarily determined by run walking and defenders in the box. The defense and not who's carrying the ball because of that the finding is the inferences. They're running backs are interchangeable and investing a lot of resources whether it's the draft or whether it's free agency just doesn't make a lot of sense is also can be pinned on the changing nature of football itself. By and large. The data tells us that passing more passing. Early is more efficient right absolutely absolutely. I mean it's not even close in terms of the average value of a planet passing versus running on early downs. Then you still have to get into this idea. Of How much does it matter to the mentality of the team? How much does it matter to keep the defense on their toes? How much do you have to do to keep them honest? And so there's no question about how much teams should passing as a percentage of plays but is probably a case. They should be passing more than now. So are there any situations in which running the football is more advantageous absolutely? I absolutely you need to be able to run well at the goal line on Short yardage. If you have a running quarterback like Baltimore had last season definitely scrambling in design runs for quarterback are extremely efficient. Jackson will keep it on the read option expense at the thirty Lamar Jackson. Ted Pa Touch Lavar captain with the spin. This print Emma score. We saw what happened with Baltimore last year. They say hadn't run into that. Tennessee buds buzzsaw in the playoffs. They probably would have made it to the superbowl in my opinion. So there's definitely something to be said for the analytics and say stop running entirely and if you are going to do it do it with deception. Right off of play action. Get the other team guessing. About what your actual formation means and so they lose half a step in responding to what you're doing those are the kind of the things analytics pushes for not not whether or not you should be one hundred percent run or a hundred percent. You mentioned that Tennessee buzzsaw that beat the Baltimore. Ravens upset them. I think a lot of people point to that team to Derrick Henry and say see having a unique generational running back does matter. Look they upset. You Know New England in Baltimore. What would you say to that? I mean he got a twelve point. Five million franchise tag out of that performance. The back end of that year so I understand their point. They're looking at what just happened. They're looking at how he's being rewarded. No saying obviously matters but they beat another rushing team it the problem that I think the face the Ravens and we saw it with Kansas City. And how they didn't share. This same problem was that if you're built around the run whether it's by the quarterback or running it up the middle an wide zone like ravens did last season if you fall behind against a team that is also a ground and pound team in trying to control the clock and control the pace and you put yourself in a position where you have to come back. And you're not used to doing it or you don't have a quarterback quarterback that perhaps his is known for that type of play. You get what happened in in in Baltimore that night Jackson under pressure always lose ball stemming interception Jedi for the titans come up with another turnover hennessy. Titans are shocking the ravens whereas with the city chiefs they fell behind early three straight times but ended up winning the Super Bowl because they have a pass attack higher variants. You could make up ground easier with the passing game that you can with the run. When everything's working great rushing is the first thing you should try. And if you're good at it you should do it as long as you can but when it fails it fails pretty spectacularly and you need to be able to pass and in fact at the NFL level we ever parody is so prevalent that you really should just start out passing at that point because everyone's trying to run and everyone's trying to stop the run so the chiefs are sort of the analytics darling in this scenario because you know they passed their way to the Super Bowl. Josh they also have Patrick Mahomes right. So if you're a team with an average quarterback do you still think it's better to take a pass first approach in every NFL GAME? Even with a mediocre quarterback we find that they are better and teams are better and more efficient passing the ball and in sometimes. It's even more apparent when you have kind of an average or slightly above average quarterback because the defense and the defensive coordinator is almost sure you're going to not rely on them right. They're gonNA say well he's kind of crap you know. They're probably going to run out us all day long. And try and be safe with the ball so to the extent that you can put a mediocre quarterback in good positions like. Perhaps Tennessee did last year. Then you can take quarterback that had been floundering for years like Ryan Tannehill in. Turn him in to one of the best quarterbacks in the league the number one running back by the end of the season a guy that some people thought could have been the super bowl. Mvp was undrafted Damian Williams who is set to make just over a couple million dollars next year. How much does finance or the market factor in to know what we think about running backs today? I think you know if you're a casual fan. And you see everyone else. Basically on the team. Except for the punter and kicker getting more than on average than these running backs. I think it's beginning to percolate that. They're probably not the most important piece on the offense anymore. Things about analytics. Is that unlike baseball? Where like things got more boring? When analytics became involved when analytics can evolved in Football. Become more exciting. We want more passing. We want to go for it on fourth down. We want to know more so I one of the good things about all of this is that you see more aggressive more exciting football when it's played in the way that evidence seems to suggest it should
Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt The Appalachian Trail
"We're going to spend the next few minutes talking about Supreme Court case and the group that feels caught between the two sides. If it's ever built the Atlantic coast pipeline would run six hundred miles and carry natural gas from West Virginia North Carolina and Virginia. Between Start Finish is a big physical barrier the Blue Ridge mountains and what has become a potential legal barrier the Appalachian trail environmental groups who oppose the pipeline have challenged the legality of a forest service permanent allowing the pipeline to cross the trail. The people who manage the trails say that challenge took them by surprise and they warn the ruling in favor of those environmental groups could up in the trails complicated management structure. Npr's Becky Sullivan explains Do you want to uh. Let's go this way earlier. This month I came out to the spot on the trail where the Atlantic coast pipeline may one day cross. It's about an hour west of Charlottesville right up on a mountain ridge. The George Washington National Forest. The trail is just a dirt footpath winding through trees. That are all bear because it's February from up here you can see out into the valley to the north. I met Andrew Downes a senior regional director for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. That's the private organization that oversees the day to day management of the trail the coordinates efforts between federal and state agencies and the boots on the groundwork of regional groups and volunteers. So the the orange you think that orange flags are marking this. It's it's about in the right area and I've been out here probably a dozen times as we're walking along the trail. Andrew Downes wants to make one thing clear the Appalachian Trail. Conservancy is not opposed to this pipeline. They don't support it but they also don't oppose that's not to say that there aren't direct impacts from Atlanta 'cause pipeline to the show there are our analysis led us to the conclusion that the scope and range of those impacts did rise to the level requiring opposition for one the pipeline would cross under the trail about seven hundred feet underground it would enter and exit on private land off the national forest. You would see a clear pathway around the pipeline off in the distance and if we were standing in True Wilderness Andrew. Johns says that might be caused for but standing on the trail here. It's not exactly wilderness. We're looking at. The view is already dotted with what he calls impacts houses roads fields all sorts of things cutting through the trees below all the visual impacts that we see for the you know this kind of wilderness experience. The best way to do that is for all those things not to exist in this natural enforced in landscape. But the reality is you know. We're here. The Blue Ridge Parkway here people's homes are here and this is part of the society we live in the Appalachian trail. Conservancy runs on this kind of pragmatism. It's part of the deal when you're coordinating multiple federal and state agencies with the effort of thirty plus regional clubs and thousands of volunteers. The conservancy has been doing this work for almost a century so well before the Appalachian trail was brought under federal management as part of the national trails system in the nineteen sixties. But they were not part of this litigation what happens is is people want to stop a pipeline oftentimes for good reasons and they. WanNa use every tool available To do that. The question before the court centers around who is allowed to grant a permit for pipeline like this on federal land because the pipeline would cross the trail in a national forest the four service granted permits the pipeline company. The Forest Service doesn't have the authority to grant a permit across the National Park and though the trail is managed day today by the Appalachian Trail. Conservancy it is technically a part of the National Park. System Noah Sachs is a professor of environmental law at the University of Richmond. He's been watching this case so if in fact the Appalachian trail is part of the national park system then the Forest Service had no authority to authorize this tunneling underneath it for the Atlantic coast pipeline. That's the argument and environmental group. Used to challenge the Forest Service permit the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed and they revoked the permit. The pipeline company has appealed. So that's really the crux of the issue. That's before the Supreme Court on Monday. The issue of on the ground authority over the Appalachian trail has never been questioned in this way before. Trail officials say this worries them because of the way they manage the trail because it causes so many different kinds of lands federal state parks forest even some privately owned land. The Appalachian trail conservancy has relied on decades of precedent policies and understanding. In order to do its work. It's not that it would all come crashing down tomorrow. But Supreme Court ruling could potentially trigger along bureaucratic process if reexamining and reestablishing many of the policies and procedures that have effectively been in place for more than fifty years and that process could disrupt the trails everyday management needs until her retirement last December Rita. Hennessy was the administrator of the national trail system. That's the office within the park. Service that oversees these types of national trails. The Fourth Circuit's ruling in two thousand eighteen caught her by surprise the fact that it was identifying the Appalachian trail corridor as part of the National Park Service. That's what was most surprising that that's not how we have managed the national trails system for fifty years. And is he told me. She immediately worried about the domino effects when I asked how a Supreme Court decision to uphold might affect the administration of the Appalachian Trail and is he reeled off a series of policies that could be thrown into doubt issues of environmental compliance land-management acquiring lands trail maintenance volunteer use. You get the idea. She'll be watching the arguments Monday with some nervousness because any decision by the Supreme Court could change things for the trail you know having worked with national trails for my whole thirty year career and beyond that it it. It's something that's out there that that is just looming and were not sure how it's going to be decided. The trail conservancy says they are already seen complications. From the case they say the four service recently asked them to put on pause every trail maintenance project they had plans that would take place on national forest land. This summer the forest service declined to comment because of the ongoing litigation. The Southern Environmental Law Center is the Environmental Group leading the litigation in response to trail. Officials concerns attorney. Dj Gherkins says the question before the court is so narrow that it will not affect trail management. No one should worry that the outcome of this case is going to affect the cooperative management that has been part of the Appalachian trails success and should be going forward no matter how the court rules. It's not the end of the road for the Atlantic coast pipeline or for the environmental groups who oppose it. The pipeline company is lobbying Congress for a special permit and Gherkins. Group has won several other challenges to the pipeline. That will still pose obstacles regardless of how this case turns out for the trail. This is the big one Andrew Downes with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. There are a lot of organizations who are focused on protecting the environment Litigating broad focused environmental issues and I applaud those folks but there's only one organization the whole world that's dedicated solely to the Appalachian trail and we have to make sure that our decision process reflects that that level of Focus. Because if it's not us that speak for the trail and only the trail in no one else will oral arguments for the case. Take place Monday. The court is expected to rule this summer becky Sullivan NPR
The First Milestone In The History of Economics
"You ever wonder we're economics. Came from yes or is that just us might just be also probably yes so the first ever work of economics that we know of was an ancient Greek poem from the Eighth Century BC it was called works and days by the poet. Hess Yod and and it wasn't anything like the more famous ancient Greek poems from that time like the Iliad or Odyssey poems about war and conquest Trojan horses and revenge. And seafaring thing. Yeah Hennessy. It's works in days was a different kind of poem. Here's how Stephen Matama. Historian of economic thought. Duke University describes it. It's not an epic tale. The you know there's no adventure there's no you know lovely young maiden waiting at the other end of the journey. It's just has. She had lecturing his brother. Tell him to quit being such a jerk nagging. Lovely young maiden isn't waiting at the end of my journey. It's the worst. So here's what was going on. Has Kids brother. Percy's was like the original slacker. The two brothers had inherited this biggest state from their parents but proceeds had blown his half of the wealth and was coming after US S. yet half bribing local Greek officials to give him more of it. Just had responded by doing what any of us would do lawyered up. No he invoked the mears's ears use and then wrote a long poem about the virtues of hard work as my second shaming Percy's and those corrupt local officials. That's right a Greek Greek poet telling his brother to stop being so lazy. freeloader is the first ever milestone in the history of economics the very first place where the kind of analytical reasoning reasoning used in economics is found. Stephen says what he's trying to do in part at least is explained to his brother. Y work work rather than a life of idleness is the appropriate way to live in the world. That we've been left in Stephen Just wrote a new book called the economics. gimmicks book from xenophon Decrypt Currency Two hundred fifty milestones in the history of economics. And the first of those milestones is has the odds works and days and the ideas that has got presents in his poem representing obviously primitive form of economics. But those ideas are still recognizable as concepts that are fundamental to economics
Pelosi not yet ready to transmit Trump's impeachment to the Senate
"For the past several weeks. There's been one burning question dominating this saga. When Will Nancy Pelosi? The speaker of the house transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate and therefore launched the trial process in the Senate. While this morning Speaker Pelosi finally addressed at that point. Take a listen now in terms of impeachment. You'll keep asking me the same question. I keep giving you the same answer. As I said right from the start art we need to see that the arena in which we are sending our managers is that too much to ask of course addressing that point in an answering that question or two different things. A Pelosi later added that she's not holding onto the articles indefinitely and that she would probably transmit them soon soon. I've got to fantastic guests to help me make sense of all of this political gamesmanship in a few minutes will be talking with CNN. National Security and legal analysts. Susan Hennessy but I I'm joined by my colleague. CNN Politics Congressional reporter. Alex Rogers Alex. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks so much for me so it seems to me. After days. Days Days of stasis on this story we did learn in the last twenty four hours several things one as I just said speaker. Pelosi said she's likely to transmit these soon she's not going to hold onto them forever. To President. Trump actually asserted yet again today. He's opened. Witnesses named some witnesses. He's interested in of course. Course which are total non starters For the Democrats in terms of Adam Schiff or Joe Biden or hunter Biden or the whistle blower but is has said and he's going to really leave this to the Senate. We learned that Mitch McConnell the majority leader in the Senate went to the White House and briefed the president on what the contours of this trial is going to look like. So it sounds like the president has more information about Mitch. McConnell's vision of how this trial is going to play out then speaker. Pelosi does which is why she's still hanging onto the articles as we're recording this at least and Finally we've learned that there seems to be a strategic divide going on between the president and and his advisors and or some of his advisers and certainly the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell in terms of whether or not he wants some very vociferous defenders from the House Republican Conference To join in defending his case in the Senate McConnell of course worried that Too partisan partisan of abroal may upset the apple cart with some of the moderate center. Republicans that they need to keep on board with the plan here so all of those. Those things have emerged in the last twenty four hours and yet Nancy Pelosi is still holding onto the articles of impeachment. What does that mean soon when you expect her to send these to the Senate or she said today today I'll send them over when I'm ready and we're still trying to figure out what leverage she has Senator Majority Leader Mitch? McConnell said yesterday that she has none he has the votes. It's a simple majority devote Democrats are hoping that there are four Republicans to join them. But now we've talked to Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski Mitt Romney and all of them are on Mitch McConnell. Donald Seidel Miss. So we're wondering here. What Nancy Pelosi is looking for if there's any possible signal that she could get from The Republican leader. She says that she just wants to see the rules. Mitch McConnell says let's just go back to the nineteen ninety nine precedent under Clinton and. Just run with that now she. It seemed to me when she walked into a press conference. Today Should two main message point. She wanted to hit when it came to the issue of impeachment. One was. She's not buying this whole Mitch. McConnell nineteen ninety nine Clinton enroll. She thinks he's not portraying how those were set up namely the Clinton rules were devised in a bipartisan agreement. And I think there was one hundred hundred nothing vote supporting them. In the United States Senate That was hammered out with the blessing of the leaders. Trent Lott and Tom Daschle. Nothing like that is going on with McConnell when Schumer right now is Pelosi's point number one so she doesn't By his argument that this is playing by the Clinton rules. That was one thing she wanted to drive home but number two it seems she wanted to sort of list Her reasons that she thinks she's been victorious in this decision to hold onto the articles articles namely that it has put the issue of documentation and witnesses front and center in a way that if the articles had immediately gone over in December. Maybe they weren't. What do you make of that? I mean her point is that there's a number of witnesses who have not been Who have refused to testify and the Clinton Peterman process? All of those witnesses had already talked before that that evidence was already out there But the thing is that she right now is losing not only those moderate Republicans Republicans at your needs but also Democrats. There's a number of them who've said in the past couple of days that let's just let's just get this started senator. Dianne Feinstein said if we're going to do it she she she should send them over. I don't see what good delay does. She's later walk that back. Other Congressmen have also Adam Smith at today on CNN. Basically said let's transmit these articles goals that's during the Senate trial and then he later said I misspoke wait. I missed how Senator Feinstein walked back to her comments. What did she say? Because it's all those comments my eyes widen so I I missed the walk back. She said today that those comments are now being taken out of context okay. I don't know if that's a real walk back. They're not out of context are they. I don't know vow. The the thing though is what does holding the articles now do for the Democrats. Are they really going to be able to change the rules. Or they can get these witnesses upfront. No Mitch McConnell has the votes. And he's ready to go he's made that crystal clear what What do you make of this concern concern that? McConnell has apparently expressed that Having some very vocal House Republican conference members who were Lord Diehard trump supporters at all costs be part of his defense may upset the apple cart of sort of the Republican unanimity. That you just described that he's been able cobbled together. How is how big of a concern do you sense? Is this for McConnell. So we have some reporting from Sarah Westwood Phil Mattingly came out today. There's there's this struggle between some of president trump's allies who think that a legalistic argument by Patsy. Baloney the White House counsel so is Not going to be good enough. You need to win this. It's it's not only trial but it's somewhat theater have your most for syphilis. Allies Congressman Jim Jordan Congressman Mark Meadows. Some of these people who can articulate the president's argument in different style. Then you also have Senator Mitch McConnell's view. It appears where those those people are going to turn off exactly the Republicans that you need. You Need Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski the people people in the middle so the president right now is receiving this conflicting advice. And we don't know yet. I don't think the decision has been made on who is going to defend the president and the trial yet. Yeah no we have not heard that decision we know that Pets Bologna and his team. The White House counsel on his team Have put together a plan and that there seems to be one but we don't yet know exactly who will be doing the defending of the president. And I think that the president who we know consume so much Fox News and sort of has this echo chamber constantly feedback loop in in. His mind doesn't always necessarily think the way McConnell does about Are we just doing a full on brawl with the Democrats here or is there work to be done with your own party here and McConnell's clearly trying to make the case Mr President don't lose sight. Yes you're going to be acquitted but you've got to still keep your party on board. I think right now if you just run the nineteen ninety nine Clinton trial rules you will see each side making their argument and then a couple of days of questions from the senators and then you vote whether to dismiss the whole thing right then there or then to also get into the witnesses that Democrats think will bolster their case my final question for you before we go to break you say that Democrats will boast of their case. What about the fact that Donald Trump is still out there saying he wants them? Witnesses I Mitch. McConnell sort of in a no witnesses camp. He doesn't necessarily want to see Joe Biden or Hunter Abidin or the whistle blower called. So there's a difference there too is they're not of course There are some Republicans who want to see honor Biden. They WANNA Have I think Senator Ron Johnson said this week the full gamut of witnesses. But you've also seen Senator Susan Collins who you know really the crucial senator here say a that it would be inappropriate inappropriate for president trump to say to China investigate on our Biden Susan Collins once witnesses But we we don't really think that means also hundred I think we've that means you know people with firsthand evidence other people who testified before the house. Yeah actual impertinent witnesses to this What these articles of impeachment are about and therefore pertinent to this trial? Alex let's take a pause and our conversation for the moment legal analysts Susan. Hennessy will join us right
Colts face different Titans' threat with Ryan Tannehill at QB
"Sunday. It is the titans and Ryan Tannehill. Dan Hill really happy for him. By the way at the Indianapolis Colts Starwood Tannahill and the November December Munster known as Derrick Henry. Well here's the thing with tannehill now barring the complete face plan the question is just how many guaranteed years does he get from the titans because because he's GonNa be the quarterback next year. They're really the running an efficient effective offense. I think he's up around fifteen yards of completion over his last two games. The problem is with Tennessee. Hennessy is. He isn't throwing the ball a whole lot so we had eighteen. Pass attempts against Jacksonville last week. Now of course two rushing touchdowns in two passing touchdowns so he he wants somebody a lot of money in DFS. But it's it's one of those things where decided Lamar Jackson. You really don't think that that's tenable. Because he's a good Ron. Everybody's not an explosive one but then he had the nineteen pass attempts against Kansas City. A couple of weeks ago. This is how they WANNA play. So I think Tannahill the hill is a streamer streamer the quarterback the problem is i. Don't trust any of his wide receivers because AJ Brown had the big game and Jacksonville but two weeks exco. He had the terrible game just one catch against Kansas City. So I'm not really trusting any of that. I think Corey Davis is flat out droppable right now because I have a tough time saying to myself. When am I going to play Corey Davis in any of my line at this point and so I think he's droppable? Ryan Tannehill has accounted for for over nineteen fantasy points and multiple touchdowns in each of his five starts his nine point two yards per attempt is leading the NFL. He's playing really well. And I think the colts are a gettable matchup even if it's not a pristine one but the guy you always trust here is Derrick Henry. You had a third touchdown last week wiped out because of a screen pass. The the colts are really struggling to score points right now and we heard this week. That t y Hilton so far isn't sure he's going to be ready to go on Sunday. This projects to be a lower scoring game in Indianapolis and that means all systems go for Derrick Henry locked in rb one locked in court. DFS play tight end for the titans writings. Nobody worthwhile nobody useful Delaney Walker. Could be back. Johnny Smith didn't even have a target last week. He had a carry their they got one in target for Michael Pruitt. Firkh sir. Didn't have a target Dennis Kelly the backup. Tackle got a touchdown. The tight ends and Tennessee are useless. It's really Tannehill and Henry Henry at this point of the season the only two guys that I can consider with any sort of confidence.
LVMH confirms interest in acquiring luxury jeweler Tiffany
"Then our friend the Tiffany could be now could be yeah it could be that little blue box now the French luxury conglomerate LVMH they own big names like Louis Vuitton Christian Dior mullet champagne Hennessy brandy and more offering to buy the high end jeweler Tiffany for fourteen and a half billion in cash but that may not be enough Tiffany been around for a hundred eighty two years it you know it it's done really well took some hits with the trade war with China a lot a Chinese source didn't come here they do a lot of spending here but it does this I think this battle will go on for some time just what by Tiffany the other day they move to the mall these free download the move to a suburban mall
Deep Healing With Onsite Workshops
"Off of about five days away in Cumberland Farms Hennessy. You said it. I didn't know that's where we were going didn't know about it was it was a a really powerful week and we're excited to share our experience variance so we were with on site workshops outside of. Nashville and our dear friends ruthie Lindsey and Mona's no were able to invite us to this has created retreat. didn't have expectations didn't really make sense for a schedule think about it. You know a week off and do awesome work right before going on tour for the rest of the year but you know say yes so he said yes. I said yes and it was one of the most profound weeks of my life truly we were with some of the most like impactful people that I've come across and have admired for a long time and what was so so cool about that week was that we we didn't talk about what we did and it was so refreshing because I'm sure a lot of you out. There can can relate like when you're in a setting wherever it is like the second question is normally what you do and very rarely did that happen at all and it was just so refreshing so we were able connect like as human beings. I mean the work that we were doing was so hard opening and like emotional that we were able to connect on that that level which was so powerful I was crying all time I know same. Obviously I really let it rip. We yeah we there. There's one that one point in the affirmation circle. Sir was something really beautiful that we did. That was a practice. Yes my most favorite part of the Oh was insane so it's the entire group group of of people that are at this retreat and we are sitting in chairs and then it's almost like musical chairs where the people are going around and they're whispering in your ear a beautiful formation and was insane. Everyone was laughing me because I was like insane as if no one has ever said anything nice to me honest and it sucks because so when we first started I was the first group and we went around. I thought it was just basic affirmations like if you Google affirmation you hear you're like I'm worthy I am peace and so I was saying basic affirmations and I was like I'm GonNa give everyone the same one and then I realized because the person behind me I'm like Oh. They're making them custom. As all the shit this is fun and so then you can make this beautiful affirmation of like something that we recognized or saw within that person and it was stunning. It was so so beautiful and it's I think we got so much because it's it's true and it's like what we don't say to ourselves selves at all so to hear someone else say that's kind of like when you're on a birthday party and you're like hey. Let's say something great about birthday. It's like that but because is there was music playing in our eyes were closed and the week itself was just so raw like it felt it literally felt like the biggest hug you've ever gotten in your life. It was so so nice I recommend doing that. You're in a women's circle or just an intimate gathering. It's such a beautiful exercise. You have a circle you have. The people half the people sit down in the center. Everyone else stands around them and then you just kind of go one by one around the circle yet. Don't creep anyone out. You know mean fucking pervert. I think one of the week everyone out but it really and what I really realized that I really loved about it. It was true receiving I wasn't looking at them. I wasn't engaging with them with you. You know body energy. You know when someone says something kind to me. I am beside myself energetically and emotionally physically so it's also tiring you know on the other end too because of maybe I'm not believing it and I'm hoping to or I'm hoping that they receive that. I'm thankful but to just receive a really beautiful way and not have to give anything back was like Whoa Yeah
Explainer 184: Unlawful, void and of no effect
"At moments of extreme bewilderment and confusion such as the United Kingdom is presently the enduring it is often usefully clarifying exercise to set out the facts as they are. This is also a handy recourse for these scriptures of Radio Radio explainers to buy themselves a small amount of time before they set about attempting in some modest way to reduce the bafflement of their listeners so here is where we presently are with due recognition that this could have been overtaken by some other eruption of nonsense between right this very second and the tiny finish listening to parliament has not been prorogued. This is is the unanimous judgement of all eleven justices yesterday. The Supreme Court of of the United Kingdom passed down an unprecedentedly brutal judgment on the behavior of a British government. The court ruled unanimously that the prime minister who for reasons surpassing understanding is actually Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he advised the queen to prorogue parliament in advance of the UK's anticipated the departure from the European Union on October thirty first. This court has already concluded that the Prime Minister's advice to her majesty was unlawful void Loyd and have no effect in the view of the court and therefore the law the probation was also void and of no effect and parliament was never actually actually closed it is extremely difficult to overstate the severity of this judgment or the surprise of most observers who expected that the British system would proceed as it usually does serenely along well worn path paved convention and euphemism. There was widespread anticipation that Johnson Jason might be on the receiving end of bit of classic British passive aggressive disapproval that would probably be the Limasol that the court's judgement was not that it is utterly unequivocally unspeakably damning in normal times it would prompt a swift but dignified statement of resignation by the Prime Minister possession is untenable and he should have the gus for wants to do the decent thing and reside in normal times however serious countries countries are not led by mildly amusing newspaper Columnists who've built an infuriatingly consequence free career on bluff and Blah Blah. You do not have to say anything that right anything you get it right anyway. You get the gist nor do informed democracies. MARCI's usually turn in an hour of crisis to the person who caused the crisis. Boris Johnson's struggled to avoid becoming the UK's shortest serving Prime Minister Minister and he has fifty seven days to go continues as listeners who've been following brexit will already know the United Kingdom is unusual in not having a written constitution instead the UK has always operated according to what the historian Peter Hennessy once called the Good Chap theory of government isn't that everyone whatever their political disagreements understands the fundamentals of how things ought to be done which is usually based significantly on how they have always been done just falling on the comments from the member for Brighton Pavilion. I'm sure it might be possible to provide the leadership house with a pillow to make him more comfortable as he seems to be sadly during this debate these last few years the UK has been having a bash not doing things like the UK used to do them. which is how we got to where we are and why Boris Johnson has not at least as we go to air walked adding to the general gaiety Johnson has had two truncated visit to the United Nations General the Assembly in New York to fly back to London last night as a furious and vindicated parliament reconvenes? This is almost certainly not the first time that Johnson has needed to pack quickly to return home in a hurry in order to try blustering his way through some other silk created shambles given that Boris Johnson no longer commands a majority in the House of Commons Parliament confirmed do as it pleases including bringing about Johnson's defenestration from ten Downing Street however this would certainly force election which the opposition Labor party still seems is not to want or wants only in circumstances which suit better than the present despite everything Labor's leader Jeremy Corbyn is somewhat less popular than Finnish Jazz. It is far from unlikely that were an election held. Boris Johnson would win but the conundrum which must be more immediately result is that on October thirty first by force of law the UK will leave the EU however by force of another nor the UK cannot cannot leave the EU on October thirty first without a withdrawal agreement in place by October nineteenth and this parliament so far has refused to pass one as to what happens next year really might as well write some scenarios down on Raffle tickets and pluck one out of a big hat or engage a chimpanzee with a dartboard. Would the usual rule with Brexit has been the single most absurd possible outcome is also the likeliest but here is a thought there is a makeable case that what we have witnessed is democracy the United Kingdom's strange amorphous vaguely defined democracy working exactly as it should the executive attempted to override parliament the judiciary overruled the executive British law and the sovereignty of the UK's parliament have of being upheld which is exactly what Boris Johnson and all other Brexit is though they may not be in a mood to enjoy. The irony said they wanted all along from Oracle twenty four. I'm Andrew
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