17 Burst results for "Jerry Powell"
"jerry powell" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Question i have a question like why are you any sunglasses fuck you gets up suck marjorie punches you i heard that impression you betcha by careers have no idea what was no clue so so we walk in and it's not quite that simple they have it like gated roped off the main area there yeah okay stars and there's sure they've got to have the marjorie you could walk around and never be noticed by security oh no the police notice to get your your blanket you put your pants on so yeah so you're in a security so we say all right we're gonna wait 'til we'll trendy comes on and we're going to catch outside either walking out so we kinda we hang out in the audience when i say a lot of made a few but for that show the library and homeless people people doing their homework there's nobody there to finish jerking off of the eleventh time back there were a couple people there to see them i think they i mean they were watching the show anyway stay management board okay so we kind of sit in the back and then of course we here matt from providence call we pour hats that i suspected jim brodie might know what i look like yeah i think you're safe and he sees the tweets or what we have video might not matt's call jerry i put on oh boy lot going on miskelly and you're talking with kark we can't have him up steve for christ sakes hello am i live can take yeah what apple is showing he come he doesn't and get back to you properly as steve well not hard to nail down i see you're all set then i think i mean i'm in be within you never quite i suspect like a half hour on the phone are evan drellich but he's not doing niggers curtains don't bother column we we actually just mentioned him fifteen minutes ago when i was talking about how you know he's one of the i would say not only that essentially he's example of somebody positioning henry and we ran out of boston essentially so what was the only guy that their challenge them and he had a couple of stories in the pipeline that you and i were excited about they never saw light of day until today or the towns have you mean just reporting news basically like you know what i mean you just reported things that we're going out there but i know he would work story when amy would hurt was was on one and you guys were close we're close we're close khloe khloe almost wheelchair you must have their finger on it that's closely where you know you know what stood hurting since i think he's gonna get away with it because i don't think anyone's ever going to break that story oh i'm sure yeah he he worked hard on it but there was a lot of a lot let's just say a lot of people signed were signed into silence it's sad although this you know what kirk this nine stealing is worse because people who did it are still here including the manager sure that's true i guess i i mean i mean yeah i guess we play you got to hear if you listen to our podcast coffee don't that's okay too we played the to a a six thirty in the seven thirty flash ken laird did about the story at six thirty six thirty at all the details he had murphy's murphy's name he talked about rape it got cut off in the middle of it went to break in at seven thirty he does a totally different flash doesn't mention the guy's name dances around the crazy there's a monkey business going on send the clips to jerry powells yeah i i don't i mean i could just say was twenty two years ago we we fired him why can't you do that well that's the question russian if you're doing stuff like that why why would they could oh i like that that was for you jerk that's for you i actually i think i just wanted to make sure you're going to go back to thanks so calls and joking around now why are you why are you working i wanna i wanna see i wanna release shows at different times we've been sort of consistent so that's one of the mixed up and see if there was going to be any difference i don't know it's one of the try it see i'm unloyal parker now you're not watching i just texted him i told him what to say to watch your friends on weird strange is one of my best friends i'm sitting here watching war out talk deliver tip hip sitting here watching war flashbacks to phnom ken laird stuff you'll love that i just ended the dave oh good they will know what to they were on what we're talking before that we were getting ready to do i was getting ready to play a cut matt's call yes oh yeah memory watertown your.
"jerry powell" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Old bay on it didn't they oh we make everything beto little on a mere H. M. I R. E. IS NEVER group. I guess you guys are looking for them on sat out to them wow Let's see man trump doing anything I was always doing something. His administration does plan to ban the sale of flavored electron of cigarettes. I don't believe them 'cause some people are dying or something you thank you guys big tobacco goal. That's the plan that he wants to do when he gonNA blink his. I am backing backtracking. I don't believe Shit. He says all right all right so that must never mind that article guys. I don't think you don't stick with him. I'm his friends say his administration did okay. We're still don't matter put out a tweet and be like well. I talked to so my buddies in Nope. I don't believe a damn thing he says all right well. You got to hear me but what's trump. You heard it here first guys. It's not happening all right Katito to use flavored tobacco Joe's or whatever I don't know anything about people dying from that like I I was reading watching the TV today and they were saying that they don't even know what's causing people to get sick because it's not fucking regulated yeah. The thing for me is they're talking about getting rid. The flavor was not getting rid of it together which basically means. I don't want young people on our like. If you're over a certain age you can and then go ahead and do it. I why people knew he was talking about guys Jerry. Falwell Julia was busted for live repeatedly about Miami Beach Nightclub Club Photos Yeah Jerry Falwell junior you know preacher and it's funny because this is like the plot gemstones why I ever saw dale from the headlines angrily fisted that he had never uh he had never denied visiting a Miami Beach Nightclub where he was photographed party with his wife son and daughter-in-law the Liberty University president was the subject Ah Politico magazine report based on anonymous quotes from school officials and other insiders describing herself Dylan and personal morality and his denials of the nightclub photographs autograph led the release of more to the release of more photos and more denials somebody had done photos and I was like Oh right our work but here's pieces of you. just never had to drink. Here's you point drink down wrote. Keep denying it would make video. I'm I'll dare Falwell. I'm drunk in front and I want to drags. That wasn't Amiga it wouldn't mean just for the record was in Nicole Anna a wooden me right I shot it was are- that woman owned it wasn't me it wasn't me just what a record I never never denied going into a club with my family. Listen to music for about thirty minutes years ago. He tweeted whereas day. I only denied I asked anyone to screw up picks of me. I never knew of any pigs until the week ago L. US law again Liberty University. Okay US lawyers in criminal authorities will go after to the leakers the Lakers that's what a man of God would do go out to the people that illegal the information on you at the club Jerry Powell there was was no picture snapped of me at wall nightclub or any other nightclub show. You already knew that though that's what you say August Twenty Twenty Nineteen Gene Jerry Falwell out to see the photo if the person in the picture is me it was likely Photoshop that was August twenty six twenty nineteen in our story. Keep going keep chain right right and then apparently today just for the record I never denied go into a club my family to listen to music for about thirty minutes. I just did not go and pick some smooth thirty minutes yeah yeah anything happened two minutes SORTA dumb la but is odd because they're so fake and they have to like stick up with this shit like almost should give a fuck you went into a club for thirty minutes. You promote yourself as a the the person that thinks that sustain or some shit now you gotTa fucking live out. This fake like fake ads thing this personality don't have oh how goodness so yeah somebody or something if they find out who if you even do they not do that. You just made the congregation Gatien Colorado. I got Morgan on that lawsuit any time now any day. Sasha Obama is doug a sorority rush crash at the University of Michigan. Oh that's right side going to the University of Michigan guys. It's the first day of school for Sasha Obama's College allergists University of Michigan where she's already been nicknamed the rush crush by Sororities okay now. What is the rush crush? They have like rush week on take a college campus white college campuses where this road is returned to kind of promote themselves and like come out there but I you know we you know we won't we won't you Dan. I so famous that all sororities with Kiel it were killed particularly. The white knows all jokes aside to have ever a part of this Roy so I know them. BITCHES is fighting to get her she joined Aka. Come on the Ann Arbor. Cameras is buzzing with excitement over which royalty former first daughter will choose the former first daughter will choose if she rushes in spring. It's funny she's in school. We're not like wonder what her major will be like. Padre who's getting because as you know you know depending on what school I know I think famous that you couldn't do it your first year but some camp some college campuses your freshman year you can pledge so that was the warranties on campus with seventeen percent undergrads are greet reportedly have their eyes on the eighteen year old freshman. It may be an overwhelming decision for Sasha's there are dozens sororities on campus to choose from Total University of Michigan has fifty six fraternities and sororities reports say to Abshir mega is Sasha's top choice because she ask close high school friends who are already even stay at all at the Aso House dirty to school visit earlier this year per. TMZ I guess is the picture of her are wasn't who she went to the problem with the man and they had to be bold as I see them I got I never had that kind of confidence. Excuse me first daughter. Would you like to go to our with me then just like secret service. Come out of nowhere. You're on the ground grow immediately. See Making sure you can. We already know who you are. You leave your Paris areas i-it right now any problem enterprise arrest. Everybody associated with you right Rodney Jenkins first of all you need to clean up your hard drive. It's going to be taken down or she. mega-city joining the Beta ETA chapter of Beta Theta Chapter Alpha Phi Alpha Kappa as wow an African American Michelle Obama's offered an honorary membership of AK in two thousand eight however there's a chance to actually may decide to forgo the Greek system following her mother's footsteps. She never joins the royalty during her time in college. At Princeton. X Aka have yet to reply to the Daily Mail Dot dot com comment a request for comment as for her sister is not clear me ever played at Harvard. Sasha was spotted on campus attendance freshman orientation over the summer. It was fired last last week escorted by secret service agents. I was walking by pushing a vacuum and she walked out right in front of me Third Year Students Act last and said I said excuse me it was a crowded hallway alway with her as some secret service dues her if she decides to praise it ain't GonNa be no normal place because guess what soukous Evans is going to be which I'll do the whole oh thank you. We're GONNA put out. We okay file you bitches another students outside shooting at the undergraduate library. The OBAMAS have not announcers college plans the University of Michigan Spokesperson Rick Fitzgerald also declined to comment that she was a student there to Detroit news so all right well good luck to all the sororities and fraternities. Apparently that's the most important thing about going to college. the rush week is huge particularly white universities right let me see he got here for White People News and May I try to squeeze some guest race as well Let's see Woody Allen defenses record. I've done everything to me too movement. 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"jerry powell" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Good morning. I'm james holman from the washington post and this is the daily to oh two for tuesday august twentieth in today's news president trump caves to the n._r._a. On background checks yet again yeah the attorney general fires the head of the bureau of prisons as the n._y._p._d. Fires a cop and facebook and twitter take action against china for using is in bots against hong kong but first the big idea. The white house is eyeing a temporary cut in the the payroll tax as one way to stave off the looming recession. The talks are still in their early. Stages included a range of other tax breaks. Senior officials haven't haven't decided whether to formally push congress to approve any of these measures but top people at treasury in inside the white house are increasingly fixated on ways they can in juice the slowing economy enough to get president trump reelected in twenty twenty or to otherwise postpone the pain until there's a new president so that he he or she would be left holding the bag workers of course pay payroll taxes on incomes up to one hundred thirty two thousand dollars nine hundred one hundred thirty thousand nine hundred dollars that is so cutting the tax has remained a popular idea for many lawmakers especially democrats seeking to deliver savings for middle income earners and not the wealthiest americans. If washington implemented a similarly sized reduction to what lawmakers did a decade ago during the depths of the great recession this could actually equate to a bigger tax break for many ain't middle class families in the two thousand seventeen tax law that republicans pushed through which disproportionately help the richest one percent and the biggest corporations but these payroll tax cuts can also dramatically add to the deficit and depending on how they're designed pull billions of dollars away from social security the payroll tax cuts during the obama administration straight again that was during the great recession reduced revenue by more than one hundred billion dollars each year but the obama administration directed other revenue to social security which which is what the payroll tax is supposed to support is unclear if the trump team would take that tak meanwhile a new survey from the national association for business economics found that three three of four leading economists are now predicting that the u._s. will enter a recession by twenty twenty one recession three quarters of consecutive economic decline on twitter trump is calling upon the federal reserve to cut interest rates by at least one hundred basis points. He's also pinning the blame for any potential economic downturn downturn on the central bank and its chairman jerry powell who he appointed the fed funds rate which trump is trying to tell central bankers to cut his currently at two point two five percent slashing at one hundred basis points with lower that rate to one point two five percent giving the fed very little additional wiggle room to maneuver. If a full-fledged recession begins fed fed officials have said they do not make decisions based on political pressure but trump is taking his attacks on the central banks to new extremes particularly this month and they have shown. They're pretty receptive. Receptive to that pressure and trump's industrial policy continues to fail u._s. Steel has just announced plans to lay off hundreds of workers in michigan. The global trade wars began when trump. I put in place protectionist policies to help these very steel mills now u._s. Steel says it will idle to blast furnaces that it's great lakes and the gary works plants citing lower steel prices and softening demand. This is a blow for these communities. Global stocks are paused this morning around the world as investors are taking a wait and see approach to the trade war and to see what the fed does next. There's a big conference in jackson hole this weekend. Where jerry powell is supposed to speak week. People are trying to get a sense of what that will say about the fed shirts in the world's largest mining company b. h. P. r. dropping after the c._e._o. Set an earnings call that the trade disputes between the world's two largest economies us in the chinese has clouded his company's outlook for the coming year and that's the big idea here are three other headlines. That should be on your radar number. One president trump is lucy gun. Control is the football and congress is this charlie brown following his now well established pattern after mass shootings. Trump is backing away from his earlier support for gun background check legislation when when the bodies are still being buried whether after las vegas or parkland or el paso in dayton this president proclaims that he will take meaningful action to address the epidemic of gun violence violence but then as the public's attention wanes and he faces pushback from the n._r._a. Trump always returns to saying the problem needs to be addressed but the problem album is actually mental health. It's just like the charles shulz comic strip but this version isn't funny behind the scenes trump's communications with key lawmakers lawmakers including west virginia moderate democrat joe manchin have gone cold trump's campaign says their internal polling shows little support for significant action among his republican base which is what they're focused on. One person close to the president says he's not going to do anything to rock the boat quote. He isn't inclined to do much right down. This person saying some republicans note that trump has shown no inclination really ever to lead on any kind of effort for legislation. That's opposed by his base last year. He briefly floated support for offering a path to citizenship for some undocumented immigrants in exchange for billions in funding for a border wall but quickly back off that idea in the face of conservative conservative backlash. There's new scrutiny today on something else. Trump did during his first week in office at the behest of the n._r._a. Trump signed an executive order that rolled back obama era regulations aimed at making it more difficult for mentally. Ill people to buy firearms so it's actually easier for the mentally ill to get guns now than when trump took office number two the new york police department fire the officer her who was caught on video with his arm around the neck of forty three year old eric garner just before he died five years ago garner famously said i can't breathe n._y._p._d. Commissioner james o'neill announced the decision yesterday weeks after a departmental disciplinary judge recommended that the officer daniel pantaleo be terminated needed pantaleo union said they would try to overturn the decision often. These kinds of appeals do work. O.'neil the commissioner called his decision extremely difficult built in he acknowledged that the move would anger rank and file officers in fact. He said if he was still a cop. He'd be mad at himself. Meanwhile attorney general the bill bar has replaced the head of the bureau of prisons in the wake of jeffrey epstein's death in federal custody hugh her what will be replaced by kathleen sawyer who served as is the director of the bureau of prisons from nineteen ninety-two when bar was previously attorney general through two thousand three even before epstein's death justice department officials had privately been expressing frustration with senior officials at the bureau but the apparent management laws that have been discovered since epstein died have angered the department's leaders especially the attorney general the justice department is also deployed additional personnel from across the country to buttress the workforce at the manhattan correctional center where epstein died the autopsy. He released this past friday afternoon. Concluded epstein hanged himself in that there was not fell play number three twitter.
"jerry powell" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"This new Spotify app out. We were gonna cover the story today. So, I downloaded the app, and it's not very excited Spotify, it Spotify stations it's a different app, but you got the same Spotify. Log in credentials. See the same log in this is a different apt though, Jack first experiences like at a concert, almost what happens with the opening act when you open the my phone is connected to my bluetooth headphones and boom, I get prints raspberry beret playing my headphones the moment, I opened this thing almost like it was personally set for you Jack, I'm just curious were there any other artists involve readjust having a personal kind of existential experience with print. I'm sitting there being serenaded by prints. And I see got you helpful other options on my screen, there's a beyond. Station, a prince station and a fish station fish with a ph and those were definitely customized for me, 'cause I've been listening to them recently, not totally shocked, because beyond as a huge listener snacks. But Jack, tell me a little bit more. What's going on with the stations when you went a little deeper into this? You're really curious here you might just want. Download it yourself. But I'll keep giving. So the app is super duper. Simple is just like those four or five stations. I can scroll down, and that's it. And then I can push plus and create new stations feels like a radio because of the stations I almost really I was there with you great job on that explanation. Jack. Now, I gotta say after listening to this, the first thought is this, this new app is an attack on radio series XM. Can't get it out of my head. The first thing I thought was this app is perfect for commuting because it's super simple. And, you know, Nick finding the right Spotify station while you're driving. Is that even possible? Wildly dangerous and should be legal. Yeah. That's not a good thing for you. Human beings to be doing now. Since our company markets was acquired by Robin, Hood and became robinhood, snacks, Jack and now part of a tech company, so we have a good sense, like an insider, look about how products like this come to life at attack five step process, step number one. What is the goal they always ask what the goal and the goal for this is probably growth? They want more people using Spotify, the company's doing really great. But they want twenty percent more. Okay. So the people say, we need growth, then they bring in the customer research team in that step number two, what is customer research, and they probably ask some existing or like former Spotify users, why don't you listen to Spotify? Why don't you listen to Spotify more and Jack as a Spotify user, I can tell you what the answer is? We've all had this dilemma, I don't know what to play I opened the app. It's dinnertime. I don't wanna play the coffee table jazz playlist because I'm sick of it. I don't play soak up the sun playlist channel because it's not sunny. And I'm kind of sick of chill beat. Because I feel like it's judging it's like deer in the headlights, you want music. You don't know what to do. It's not simple enough. So the third step is the product people. They create a product and they call it stations. And that's when the fourth step comes in, which is the marketing people who determine what the value proposition is the purpose and the value of this particular new product, and they come up within five words or lesson navy. They say I don't know what kind of thing you think the marketing people will come up with. They actually said, this is what it says in the app store. It's like radio but better now you're ninety nine percent there, people know the product, it's time for the call to action, you need to summarize it in three words. So Spotify goes with instantly play Spotify emphasis like that. And it's to the point. So Jack what's the takeaway for buddies over at Spotify? Tiny little tweak can change everything. Now, this is why radio and Sirius XM Mayfield little threatened by this and should feel really threatened because they're one benefit has been convenient yet. You turn on a radio and it's immediately playing. Customer doesn't have to decide what's going to play. What Spotify come in and kill that advantage with this single. And this single product is basically a dumbed down version of Spotify. That makes it easier to use, and it could kill radio dumbed down, but dressed up Spotify style. Jack for our second story count, your ad MIR the fitness tracking thing is our new pre unicorn of the my to pack adds ready for the story right now, by the way, pre unicorn can we give mules a little credit? Let's called him you'll appreciate again. Are we thinking what about like a unicorn with just like a small horn? I'm gonna go because Colby college doesn't give enough love. We'll open this up to snacks listeners, let us know. You think we should call this company, just raised about race thirty six million dollars, which would give it about three hundred million dollar valuation? So definitely pre unicorn saddest, but Nick what is the sales pitch for MIR? We're talking the future of fitness at home. We're talking a near invisible. At home. Jim experience. We're talking a fitness product. That is a mirror. Wow. So it's a mirror. Is it a video screen? It's kind of like video screen basically, this is an actual mirror, you would put in your home. And when you turn it on with your phone, it actually turns into an interactive live, workout, just like TV screen, except it's a mirror uniform. So this things like eight feet tall it talks to you like mirror mirror on the wall. And it tells you to do very nice sickness what kind of classes can do. All right. So we're talking. It's going to interact with you show, you videos of like Avs classes, high intensity interval training, a bunch of planks stuff like the kind of stuff that you don't actually want to do, and you usually only do an instructor yells, exactly. So this thing is expensive. It's a big piece of hardware, a lot of tech packed in so it cost about fifteen hundred dollars up front and then you're paying for subscription nine bucks a month. Now, those thirty nine bucks a month are gonna get you access to like a wide array of class. They're adding like fifty a day or a week or something. And basically, this is like online direct personal training through mere. Yeah. Sounds kind of like peleton except without the bike. And this thing is perfect for Instagram because you onto a workout that you had the mirror built into the equipment. When do you get that kind of an opportunity now, Jack and I jumped in snacks out of the business model a little bit further. And we think there's a key distinction to make your mirror is not about home, convenience and just being able to work out at home. It's about the experience and there's two huge advantages it offers customer. Okay. So the first one is hardware. This is not some like bulky piece of equipment. It is a fancy piece of furniture to show off. It is a nice MIR look technically this falls into the category of home workout equipment. But this thing is beautiful. It's gorgeous. We're talking like everyone's had those rusty dumbbells back in their homes like everyone's parent, worked out on a Nordic track in the ninety s at some point much, this is not one of those things ashamed of. Thrown the nordictrack occupied like fifty square feet of our guest room in the house. I grew up in the hardware is advanced second is the software, this get you as close to Injin experience with a personal trainer barking at you as possible. Love a good digital barking. Now, those are couple nice advantages on the hardware and the software. But the reality is, there's also one big disadvantage, MIR has if you look at these celebrities that are endorsing this product you understand the disadvantage. You got Gwyneth Paltrow Reese, Witherspoon very nice leash aqui all love also here. But it also highlights a big problem, which is that it's pretty much just celebrities who can afford to be using MIR this thing is really expensive and the company thinks that enough people want in equinoxes, like two hundred dollars a month experience, but at home. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies staring at themselves over at mirror? Does this valuation? Deserve it or is it driven by foam? Oh, exactly. Fear of missing out foam, Patrick McGuinness term. That is key here. Because fitness tech has shown itself to be like the thing venture capital is really into everybody's doing it. Five hundred million dollars have been invested in fitness tech, so far in twenty nine hundred and the star of fitness, tech is peleton ase company, whose concept it's basically mirror on a bike, and it just hit a four billion dollar valuation. And it wants to this, we expect that company to appeal this year, and that's going to get a lot of peleton investors rich, but a lot of investors passed on peleton. So the question here for mere is how much of this investment in the company is just investors who thought they missed out on peleton foam. Oh for our third and final story. We're going to answer the question that everyone's been asking, which is the question why did markets like surge yesterday? The answer is the fed. Sorry. What is the fed? And it's basically saying to investors yesterday, don't worry, I got your back. Do I got it? No big deal. Everything's going to be fun. We're talking about America's central Bank. The Federal Reserve which manages interest rates in order to affect the economy and kind of give nice little level of control. Right. And no mouth moves markets like Jerry Powell true can move markets, Jerry. He is the fed chairman, and he had some very specific words that he uttered yesterday. Yes, he said the fed will act as appropriate to sustain the economic expansion translation of Jerry, if markets fall. The Federal Reserve will cut interest rates to stimulate more economic Jerry basically said, don't worry about the trade war. Don't worry about this speech. You have to make your wedding this summer Doering. Also, don't worry about the other trade war with Mexico that just started. We got your back line at the ice cream store. Don't even worry about it. That's how investors interpreted Jerry's world. We have some key context to provide about the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States. I'm Hittin up my attitude law. Professor Nick Martel Jackie no. I love a good serving of context. We're talking about the federal reserves to constitutional mandates, left bicep and right. Biceps? Maximize employment and keep inflation. All right. So the first left bicep there is mandate. Number one maximize employment that for that. It lowers interest rates it grows the economy and that's pretty much everything it did from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen for, like seven years after the financial crisis. Yeah. Interest rates concerned, kind of funky basically, by keeping interest rates low, it's encouraging barring, which means you're more likely to take out a loan, maybe by that house, and do something that you may or not be able to afford otherwise. So that was the nice stuff. It did for the economy, but then to control inflation, sometimes it Ray. His interest rates to make sure that things don't get too crazy. Yeah. Because maybe it doesn't want everyone buying a house that they can't afford, and creating a whole situ. Let's avoid that this time. So since two thousand fifteen fed has been gradually raising interest rates, and it's been like kind of tough medicine like the economy. We don't want it, but it's good for us long-term. We know mom would make you do it. So check what's the takeaway for buddies over at the fed ak- Jerry defense seems to be focusing on just the one mandate, that's politically sexy, which is growing the economy and maximising employment? Now, interestingly seems like maybe driven by pressure from President Trump, remember since two thousand fifteen the fed has been raising interest rates, and the plan was to continue doing that for like a few more years and a little bit more context here. The Federal Reserve is supposed to be very independent from any other government. But then in December President Trump complained that. The fed should stop raising interest rates. And guess what? That's when it changed its policy and hasn't been raising interest rates. So a lot of the stock market growth. You've seen so far this year, and the big stock market jump yesterday are pretty much thanks to Jerry. And the fed keeping interest rates kind of low Jack. Can you whip the take with force, for Wednesday, Spotify just launched a product to make? It's music more instant going after AM FM in like a very aggressive way. Mirror has a couple big advantages over other ways to work out. But it is really expensive by Jack and I used to live together as roommates. We all know each other's mirror faces a post workout. Everyone knows that stare. How do I look? That's unforgettable. It's a memory burner. And the third of stories fed is focusing on just the sexy part of its two part mandate. It's maximizing jobs by boosting the economy. Now, time for our snack fact of the day, Jack, we gotta talk about a big really expensive lunch. Yeah. Four point six million. Is the price that it might know entrepreneur is spending for the pleasure of having lunch with Warren Buffett now a key, Astra's care, Warren Buffett, aka the legendary investor is really skeptical of cryptocurrencies, and BIC the oracle of Omaha is really dreading this lunch where he's just going to be evangelized on crypto. Good thing that this four point six million dollars involved because he definitely doesn't want to do this. Now, Jack a couple other awesome stories.
"jerry powell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You have eight percent rate of return on something. But you'll twenty-five percent of intact ses you gave away two percent of that return towards taxes. So at best taxes are gonna stay the same. But I have a feeling they'd just going to be shifted on who's going to pay the taxes. But overall, I think taxes are gonna go up. So if you want to do something fun or depressing though, see something very interesting, you can Google the national debt clock and was show you how much this debt is going up by the second. It shows you different states municipalities. The federal government is depressing. But. Good laugh, though, you want you if you haven't seen it. You should is interesting. It's interesting. It's time it never stops taxes on going down my phone anyway. Well, thank you guys for for keeping an eye on that for us the next one here, and it's an important one because we're going to need income like you guys always talk about in retirement. And that is that all new itys are bad. But before I get you guys to comment on that. I wanna play this from CNBC's power lunch and Jerry pill after the two thousand market corrections. And the tech, you know, downfalls at all of that. And particularly after the great recession, the boomers and retired. People started saying I want my money to grow. But I don't want to lose any money. And so the great thing that annuity still is that they provide an ability to get an income stream fear essential expenses. Maybe right for people. Maybe not definitely good people love them. Some people hate them. A lot of people hate the because they don't understand enough about them definitely worth research. Searching, the John you hear that piece of audio. And you think what in the world is wrong with the news. Well, I think a lot of time people using wrong formation. And and you know, what let's like everything else has pros and cons. If I'm using a sports car to TOA boat doesn't make it a bad car. Just makes the wrong type of towboat with right? So the reality is I think just as Jerry Powell said if people looking for added safety, if people are looking to create an income stream, you know, as a retirement planning firm under the sun, anything that talk and walk like money, we can help you with. But sometimes we have that discussion around annuities and just like they said, it's not always the right choice. But if you're looking to create an income stream if you look into create your own pension. I think that's something that you cannot disregard look at it educate yourself and to see if that's something that's right for you. Yeah. I think it would be foolish just to take an entire class and say, it's bad. Funds. Might be that the individual doesn't understand them. So find someone who's going to educate you on how these nudie works. There are some moving parts to we wanna make sure that you understand the bells and whistles of these annuities put bottom line you have to have the right tool for the right job. Just like golf you have to have the right club for the particular shot. And that's why we're.
"jerry powell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Past that pass. I did pass it. Yeah. What was their Buddy's name? Smartest guy that we had on the show that economist. Beacon. Yeah. Thornton Chris certain. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We always been we were so bad. He would criticize questions. Chris white you ask a question and answer your seriously asking me this right now. That is the stupidest question, I think I've ever in my life. All right. Thank you. I said I said Chris now that we have eighteen trillion deficit. We have a one trillion dollar deficit. We've got eighteen national debt yet said, okay? Thank you. So if you're just joining us, of course, everyone is talking about a probably this weekend. If you're listening anything financial about the fed funds rate, Jerry Paul Jerome chairman ST QUARTER. So we're looking what would we do twenty five basis point? We did. Yeah. And he said it's appropriate with a very healthy economy. Right. So if that's their belief Girona, Paul, he's pretty smart guy. That's what their forecasts say. And yes, stocks looked at that. And said, yeah, I don't care for that much. We don't want higher interest rates. We don't want. That sounds like you want to slow down the economy. So with rising interest rates. We talk branded is going to affect a little bit of credit cards Car Loans. But then that will trickle down to probably mortgages at some point. I don't know it's not gonna affect it tomorrow. But some overall savings rates should go up overtime mortgage rates. I mean anything tied interests will go up as a result of these rates going up. But you know, the weeks ahead of that on the markets were very volatile because Terry were feeling that the economy was slowly that was the concern. But then Jerry Powell comes in and says, you know, what we have a very strong economy. So we're going to raise interest rates by twenty five basis points. Right. So who's right? This is the weirdest thing. Yeah. The economy's good. All right. Let's blow up the stock market. Here's what I wanna do. I wanna read Bryant Perry. Periyar director researches reach research note, because I think it's really good. Tractor research note from our director of research. Safely. Anyway, this I think this is what people need to hear right now, political uncertainty and concern about slowing economic growth. Have led to the volatility in the financial markets. These volatile periods can create a temptation to try to move in and out of the market. However in the absence of perfect foresight, and timing it is seldom a good idea. That's because the best days often occur in proximity to the worst days and missing those best days have a stunning negative impact on your performance. In fact, missing just three days a year over the past two decades cutter reduce your performance by more than thirteen percent. And it is pretty interesting Joe you referenced this the last segment, which is when there is steep declines, you tend to have your best market days right after and those the get out of the market because they think it's it's time to get out. They miss those days where it goes up. So I'll continue so rather than trying to time in and out of the market. We think it makes more sense to utilize vol. Tilleke in order to accelerate the use of tax last harvesting ultimately this balancing appropriate to exactly ultimately this practice allows for more efficient at future income tax efficient income because it lowers taxes across your lifetime creating these last the net against future gains. It puts more money in your pocket. But most importantly, while volatility is an inherent feature in the stock market is it's important to accept that. Ultimately, no, one can control what the market is going to do next week next month or even next year. Jerry, paul. Yeah. Except for him. He control the little bit of it. So this is what Brian writes, he says, however, comprehensive financial plan and can give you knowledge whether you will still be on track to meet your financial goals next month next week next year, and because of that that's it comes back to financial planning. Do you have the right portfolio for your goals and for your financial plan? If you do then don't worry about this means a lot more confidence is the bottom line. I don't think you can ever get the fear out of you. You know, you look at it. You're like, oh my God. The markets are down. Let's not look at it. You know, someone told me not to look at it. Look at us to look then you keep on hearing the doom and gloom in how much the markets are creating. It's like oh God. I gotta look at it. You know, it's like you have you ever got a gunshot wound? And they told you not to look at it. But you just have to on the only one I haven't done that. So you have that's how this feels like it's like, I can't look I don't want to do this. But then you're just like oh God. Then you look my God. I can't read then then it's very very difficult to get it. We're we're all emotional creatures in when it comes to our money were extremely emotional bothered. It's like, it's the brain. All these behavioral finance people losing money Guinea money enough like almost is better than sex. It's. It is for you. Right. Okay. All right. Hey, we got to take a short break go to our website. If you like we got a lot of really good resources, great,.
"jerry powell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Twenty nine here at C C O twenty two degrees. Light snow fog mist the roads are in really tough shape. That light snow has created a lot of problems on the roadways here in the twin cities area and beyond. So by all means take it easy out there. Quick update on the old Dutch foods scoreboard, just two games. Gone final in six a Eden prairie beat minute. Tonka fifteen thirteen to advance to the semifinals at US Bank stadium play the winner of Blaine and east you they won't decide that until tomorrow blame fourteen to two and quarter. Number two. They had a power outage at white bear lake. They'll decided tomorrow beginning at three other games and six eight tomorrow night. He'll Woodbury takes on lakeville south and performance center in Eagan lakeville north meets Saint Michel Albert fill. The winners. There will meet a week from tomorrow night at US Bank stadium and in four Johnson came back to beat Saint Anthony village twenty four twenty to play the winner a Wilmer and Herman town logo tomorrow night at seven at Monticello high school, it's bringing a coach. Blouse Rick joins us head coach of the Jordan Huffman and coach thanks so much for staying up late and joining us tonight to talk about your team while you're you're you're clubs had a really good year. Yeah. It's been fun. Yeah. It's it's been it's been a great year. We've built on the success of the past two years, and hopefully we can keep it rolling. Yeah. Into some big big victories in your team can throw it around a little bit. Some numbers are just insane. And it all starts with your quarterback. Yeah. He's he's having a good year. I'm weak. Really? No. We've been pretty blessed to have a two good quarterback the past two years. So now, it's bright turn and he's gonna pick right up where those two have left off and really kind of a cross between the two of them between you know. So we had two years ago was a little bit of a runner and then last year with Jonathan gray high who is you know, another close to three thousand yard passer. Yeah. Bryant you Cevers is a kid's name, and he can't do it alone. He's got to have receivers. And he's got to have an old line to protect him. And you've been able to put it together and put up some huge numbers this season. Yeah. I mean, we've had you know, we have to one receiver who is over a thousand another one who's who's on the doorstep of a thousand. And then you know, are are tight end. You know, Ryan it's tight in other slot receiver. He's actually our school's all time leader in career receptions, so you know, between those three, and then, you know, we've had Thomas Dido actually went out. He he was our fourth receiver. He went out a few games ago the week eight matchup with a lacerated liver. So he was playing outstanding football really doing a lot of complimentary stuff. And that's Jerry Powell added Chrysler book, you know, contributing with some big plays throughout the year. And just just extraordinary the numbers being put up of the thousand yard receiver, Ryan Samuelson, and the guy closing in Marlin Wiley. What about that old? I ended the you know, that's a big part of a potent passing game to have those guys up front. Protect your quarterback and give him time. Oh one hundred percent. They, you know. And it's it's a it's a veteran group. You know, we are center, you know, it all starts with him. He's one of our team captains. Thomas got Smer. He's going on his fourth year as a starter. So he's he's been around the block a little bit. Then he's really picked up what the system that. We brought you know the past three years really as far as being that leader. And then Calvin Maki who is our right guard. You know, he's you know, I would argue one of the top five line that at the state. He just he's a punishing blocker. He's got great feet. And just does a great job and we've had a few injuries on the offensive line. So we've had seven guys who probably contributed, you know, quite consistently throughout the year. And that's a credit to our coaching staff. You know, Haro line coaches that do a great job at prepare and not just the first five, but making sure we have to have at that position that we have guys ready to go, and it's been really easy for me being able to count on those guys every week going out there to protect Bryce and to open up holes for. Arkell and my colleague to run to and defensively you've been able to get it done in the section tournament. Hold Rodford eight and Holy Family to six and that that's part of having a good year as well as being able to stop the other team. Well, that's been a huge huge change for us is we really we looked at our team last year where we were. And we really saw we needed to you know, kind of work on our our mentality defensively and really kind of get that honed in, you know, Bryant Heller taking over as offensive coordinators really brought that attitude to the defense, and I really think the kids have bought him it. They really responded to what we're trying to do. And you know, I really think it's been the difference in our team this year as far as just being able to dominate on that side of the ball big challenge. Rochester, Lourdes coming up on Saturday and Hopkins you'll play at noon you like that noon start on Saturday. But two different. It's different. I mean, obviously, you know for for high school kids. A little bit of a change. But no, it's it's looks like the weather will cooperate a little bit with us at that time. But it looks like they're calling for snow a little bit later. But no, it's it's it'd be it should be fun. You know, they're a good football team you historic program in the state. So it's it's gonna be a a good challenge for us. Well, congrats cochon on outstanding season to this point. And I know you get into the quarter-finals and the goal is to get to US Bank stadium. So a big one coming up on Saturday. That's it. You know, we feel like, you know, we we were kind of in shock and awe last year when we went to US Bank stadium. You know, and just kind of feel like maybe we went there and saw the sites, and we kind of have big hopes to get back there this year, maybe doing something, right? When we get there instead of instead of just being a tourist, so we're pretty excited about the opportunity and it works out what we can do Saturday. Thanks so much for the time tonight. I appreciate it. Thank you. There is boas. Rick head coach, Jordan Hubmann..
"jerry powell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Weather station. I'm Jerry Powell welcome back to our KOA. Newsradio debate marathon in partnership with CBS four a Colorado public television the race in congressional district. Six is one of the most closely watched in the nation longtime Republican incumbent, Mike Koppen is facing a tough challenge from democrat Jason Crowe. The following was their first face-to-face debate in a campaign that has been dominated by millions of dollars worth of TV and radio ads. Now, you can hear from the candidates themselves. Good evening and welcome to Colorado sides joint production of Colorado public television, CBS four KOA NewsRadio. And the Colorado sun, I'm your host stomach deserting. Joining me is Sean Boyd political specialists at CBS four and Jerry bell, managing editor KOA NewsRadio. Tonight. We continue our general election season looking at the major races on November ballot. This debate will feature the major party candidates running to represent the sixth congressional district. Join us for the next thirty minutes are Mike Coffman. The Republican incumbent and case Crowe the democratic challenger. Okay. We have limited time. So let's get to it. Thank you very much for being here. Gentlemen, shut off some of the world's top scientists on climate change just issued a report that says unless we enact sweeping changes we are going to start seeing the impacts of global warming in terms of food supply wildfires have cetera by twenty forty. So how do you make these sweeping changes in a Trump administration? Mike, let's start with you. Sure. Well, first of all I'm in a group in congress. Climate change caucus, and so one of the issues I'm working with in the Caucasus this say, how can we how can the United States integrate trade policy with environmental policy because what we're doing? Oftentimes is we're we're raising our environmental standards, which I think we should would doing. So we're raising our costs, and we're pushing jobs in manufacturing overseas to countries that don't have the same environmental standards, and we're importing those same goods back to the United States. And so I think that's a big question. How can we first of all do better, obviously domestically in terms of in terms of bringing our carbon footprint down, but but how can we integrate that we trade? I do think we are projecting that there's going to be a significant increase in electric vehicles. And then the question is what how do you produce the energy to do that? I received an award for renewable energy from from the wind energy coalition. And so I've been supportive of renewable energy, but also supportive of Enron national renewable energy research lab in in terms of providing funding because we don't want to do is have renewables subsidized indefinitely. We want them to be cost competitive with conventional fuels Jason Sean first off thanks for having us here for this really important debate. We really appreciate the opportunity to have the discussion. Listen climate change is happening. It's real it's caused by human emissions. You know, I'm a father of young children. And like all parents, we view the world through the eyes of our kids. And there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about the world that all of our children are gonna inherit the crises that that is represented by climate change. And my opponent has a five percent lifetime record by the league of conservation voters five percent. That's that's turning his back on public lands on on the the UN climate accord at a time where we need to be doubling down making investments in renewable energy being a world leader rejoining the climate accord, we are running rapidly on the opposite direction. We are not going to solve this issue at the same leadership that brought us here and got us into this mess. So should you be elected though? What would you do in this Trump administration to change this? You work with the other side. There's a huge economic component. At this China on Europe are making large investments in renewable energy infrastructure. We aren't making those investments so Donald Trump a year ago called called for investments in transportation infrastructure. So how can we start making those investments that he has already called for? So that we have the energy infrastructure that we need to distribute renewable energy and start moving towards cleaner renewable sources. Lygo conservation voters this a partisan group, and you know. Of the democrat party and its setup to have individuals like Jason Crowe use owes fictitious numbers against Republicans. And so I think that's a wrong place to start. Let's get to our next question. Jerry the sixth congressional district. The most diverse district really that we have in Colorado. And so consequently, there are a lot of immigrants there, and there's a lot of concern about immigration policy through democratic and Republican ministrations. We haven't been able to come up with a comprehensive immigration policy. I'd like to find out where you guys stand on things. Like a wall on the southern border deportations people who've lived here for a long time who are paying taxes and having committed any crime the remaining issue of Dhaka. Let's start with you Jason Crowe. Yeah. So our immigration system is failed. We haven't had comprehensive immigration reform in this country since one thousand nine hundred. Six so we had the Sony walkman and we had immigration reform, right? And only one of those things has changed. My opponent has served with a democrat in the White House and Democrats in congress a democrat in the White House and Republicans controlling congress, and our Republican in the White House and Republicans controlling congress has party has had two years of unified control and it hasn't gotten done. So that tells me that we're not going to solve this issue with the same people that got us into this mess. We need to pass the dream act, and we need to pass it. Now. I think that a a wall is the wrong thing to do twenty five billion dollars for a wall is a waste of taxpayer money, and it will not make our borders safer. I'm four border security. I spent two deployments to Afghanistan along the Afghan Pakistan border. So I know a thing or two, but how to secure borders, and we're not gonna do it with a twenty five billion dollar wall. And we need comprehensive immigration reform provide a path to citizenship for folks that haven't committed violent crimes that are here contributing to our. In our community and deserve a path forward, and it's not going to happen with the same leadership that got us into this mess. Mike, what's your response? Both partners have been wrong when the Democrats controlled congress both houses of congress was super majorities and had the White House. Did nothing you want immigration Republicans say that you know, we will take a step by step process. And never the first step. I'm in a bipartisan group of Republicans and Democrats that have come together to try to bridge the partisan divide in Washington DC, and we've come up with a plan. I think the one of the things that we are going to force is is reforming the process. There would allow Bill with two hundred ninety coast wants us to come to the fore right now, we have a Bill to lift the discriminatory country cap for Asian Indians on the H one B visa program, and it has three hundred and twenty nine cosponsors and can't get a vote because one person's opposed to determine a judiciary committee. We believe that we can change that we can force those changes in the next congress. But I believe we have to secure borders. It's not a wall from coast to coast is it is barriers replacing existing barriers. It is sensors and drones in areas where a wall is not feasible, and it's a plus of the war patrol. But I do believe that we have to be realistic. And that we have a lot of people that have been in this country for a long time that haven't violated was other than immigration laws. And I think we ought to give them a window of opportunity before we implement something like an e verify program to. Come out of the shadows and have a legalized status akin to Anonima grunt work permit for the for the young people who were taken to this country illegally as children that are under the DACA system. Eight hundred thousand today, they ought to have a path to citizenship. Path to citizenship based on education based on work history based on military service and for those for temporary protected status. We ought to give them a regular immigrant status to they've been in this country is very very long time legally, and and the administration is looking at not renewing that status. And so I'm working with members of congress across the aisle to try and get their status extended and have a permanent solution. The congressman's been saying the same thing for years, and it just isn't getting done, right? And he's also talking out of both sides of his mouth just a few months ago, a recording captured the congressmen behind closed doors talking to his his private supporters saying that he's to the right of the Trump administration on DACA saying that TPS is a bad idea. These are the things that he's saying to one group, and then he comes out and says, another, you know, we have to have consistency. And we have to have real leadership that's going to do the same thing. Back in the district that they're doing in Washington and actually gets gets this done. It has to get done TBS. TPS was founded on the premise that. It was passed in one thousand nine hundred ninety that people would from countries that had natural disasters or civil emergencies could affect come to the United States and remain temporarily. Well, nobody ever went home the Salvadorian popular community in this congressional district has been here since I think two thousand one when there was a series of very devastating earthquakes in Salvador now both administer administrations from both parties. Look the other way and renewed the status year after year, and this administration doesn't want to do that. And I'm fighting them to get that done. But so there are a little over four hundred thousand currently under TPS what I wanna do is give is. Yes. Suspend the program in the future. But give them a regular immigrant status that we give them a path to citizenship. Then on the question of DACA that was that was Jason raise. Yes. I was in a bipartisan working we came up with a number of one point one million the the current eight hundred thousand in Dhaka we plus it up. Based on adjusting the age to accommodate more people to come into the system. The president came out with one point eight million. He pluses his up in terms of Asia ability, but he also calculates all those who were eligible who didn't apply for the program in the first place. I support that number now. But yes, that number's more generous, then then anybody's come up with in in congress now to what extent the president is actually for it. We can debate that I think that's the cushion. If I can follow up is that we hear both Democrats and Republicans saying that they want to do something on DACA, yet push comes to shove, it doesn't get done. And so the question Mike is happening. And it's because you have a president that is not really willing to go there. Why wouldn't voters want to put somebody else in there and put more pressure on well democrat leadership also walked from the table? And the reason why the problem is is that we had a deadline. We thought we had a deadline on DACA of of last year. I can remember going to. St. Michael's Catholic churches Spanish version during a town meeting in Spanish after the service on a Sunday where the anxiety for those young people in Dhaka because it was worried if there wasn't anything a solution that they were going to be deported. But then what happened is we had several core cases in federal court, intervene and say, no, the president doesn't have the ability to suspend the program. And so now it's gonna wind its whereas court when they took out that deadline, unfortunately, they took out the pressure from congress. I have done every I've signed a discharge petition to to bring a Bill to the floor. Finally, we did there was a builder floor, but it didn't have bipartisan support and so. Again, I think. One of the things we've done a reform agenda. My group called problems bipartisan group is is fundamentally changed the rules in congress to allow more bar bipartisanship. There are there are a bipolar bipartisan consensus on all these immigration issues. But I think the leadership on both sides of the wants to us immigration as political leverage. And that's wrong. Jerry. Let me. Let's go. The congressman likes to talk about the petitions and technicalities and voting rules and procedures. We have seen every iteration and we've been talking about this for far too long. The only common denominator is the people that we keep on sending back to Washington to do this the career politicians that have failed us and failed the community. And there's no greater case than right now in this issue for a new generation of leadership to go to Washington and actually roll up their sleeves and get it done. I Bill at the first goal. I introduced in the congress with bipartisan Bill with congressman Gutierrez democrat formula noise, and it was called the bridge act, and it was a three year extension of the protections of Dhaka to send us in January before the president was ever sworn in to send a signal to him about. How important this issue is? And it didn't get done. Switch gears here if Democrats do in fact, take control of the house, and they bring impeachment proceedings against judge Cavanaugh or and or President Trump would you support that I break. You know, we have to see what the evidence is. I mean, I'd be surprised. I think that the issue of judge cavenaugh has been fairly litigated. I'm very disappointed though. I think the Republicans in the Senate made a mistake by not making that FBI report public to where the American people can see it prior to the vote. I think that was a mistake. So we're taking the word of the of the senators that in fact, there was no additional information. No additional information. There we have to wait and see where the molar investigation goes as to whether or not it justifies insurance collusion between the Trump administration in Russia, which as the law if it's a violation of law support it, but with respect the now Justice Cavanaugh, I came out, you know, after I reviewed his record and saw what he stood for after he was a nominated. And I said he wasn't the right choice for America. Whether you're talking about the issue of gun. Violence in America, women's health and reproductive rights environmental protections..
"jerry powell" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
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"jerry powell" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Eight seven seven planner again p l a double n e r so we had the interest rate hike women's that was that last week the fed raised shortterm interest rates quarter of one percent so that's twenty five basis points to a maximum of one point seven five percent now that's the short term shortest term overnight what you're getting by the way that's what banks get that's what banks charge each other it's the sixth rate hike since december sixteenth twenty fifteen so that's been twenty seven months according to bt and research to john better than i expected from what they said and it's the first rate rate hikes since the jp jerry powell became the new fed chair was just a couple of weeks ago or probably more than that it was early early february i think but anyways the first rate hike since he became the fed chair and so in five hundred seventy trading days since the number just the first rate hike right in this tightening cycle five hundred seventy days s and p five hundred has gained thirty point nine percent total return that period of time from the sixteenth of december twenty fifteen thirty point nine percent that's twelve point six percent per year if you'll never worried about it crashing the market or having a detrimental effect on the market of course they were but they got it into something that didn't happen and they had to raise it just so they can actually have protection in the future to be able to do something yes and then again i don't know that there's a whole lot that lowering interest rates necessarily does to stimulate the economy but anyway and then okay so they began this on the sixteenth the tightening cycle on the sixteenth of december twenty fifteen and it's been twenty seven months that was through friday the yield on the ten year treasury note has gone up half a percentage point zero point five percentage points from.
"jerry powell" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"No i don't watch tv there's a show on sunday evenings you know ten twelve eleven year old kids that are there memorizing stuff so fast it's just ridiculous and they can sure wow yeah well see that with my life is going to be somebody like that some somebody stand by hey hey junior why aren't you listening to this this case remember these numbers you'll get a prize yeah so anyway now just be very careful with that okay eight seven seven planner again p l a double n e r so we had the the interest rate hike was that was that last week last wednesday the fed raised shortterm interest rates quarter of one percent so that's twenty five basis points to a maximum one point seven five percent now that's the short term shortest term overnight what you're getting by the way that's what banks get asked what banks charge each other it's the sixth rate hike since december sixteenth twenty fifteen so that's been senator twenty seven months according to bt and research wow john that's better than i expected from that's what they said and it's the first rate rate hikes since jp jerry powell the new fed chairman became the new fed chair was just a couple of weeks ago or was probably more than that it was it was early early february i think but anyway the first rate hike since he became the fed chair and so in the five hundred seventy trading days since the number since the first rate hike right in this is tightening cycle five hundred seventy days s and p five hundred has gained thirty point nine percent total return that period of time from the the sixteenth of december twenty fifteen thirty point nine percent that's twelve point six percent per year and they were worried about it crashing the market or having a detrimental effect on the market of course they were but the thing that didn't happen and they had to raise a just so they can actually have protection in the future to be able to do something yes and then again i don't know that there's a whole lot that lowering interest rates necessarily does to stimulate the economy but anyway and then on the sixteenth the tightening cycle on the sixteenth of december twenty fifteen and it's been twenty seven months that was through friday the yield on the ten year treasury has gone up half a.
"jerry powell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Why don't you listening to this guy says remember these numbers you'll get a prize yeah so anyway now there's just be very careful with that okay eight seven seven planner again p l a double n e r so we had the the interest rate hike what was that was that last week the fed raised shortterm interest rates quarter of one percent so that's twenty five basis points to maximum one point seven five percent now that's the short term shortest term overnight what you're getting by the way that's what banks get asked what banks charge each other it's the sixth rate hike since december sixteenth twenty fifteen so that's been twenty seven months according to bt and research suze wow john that's better than i expected for what they said and it's the first rate rate hikes since jp jerry powell the new fed chairman became the new fed chair was just a couple of weeks ago or probably more than that it was it was really early feb i think but anyway the first rate hike since he became the fed chair and so i in the five hundred seventy trading days since the number since the first rate hike right in this is tightening cycle five hundred seventy days s and p five hundred has gained thirty point nine percent total return that period of time from the the sixteenth of december twenty fifteen thirty point nine percent of twelve point six percent per year and they were worried about it crashing the market or having a detrimental effect on the market of course they were but they got it didn't happen and they had to raise just so they can actually have protection in the future to be able to do something yes and then again i don't know that there's a whole lot that lowering interest rates necessarily does stimulate the economy but anyway and then okay so they they began this on the sixteenth the.
"jerry powell" Discussed on WRVA
"43 emperor reina newsradio what w rv va time is six on wine seven spray painted i can't breathe on a statue of a revolutionary war general in charlottesville hours after a judge ordered the city to remove covers from two statues of civil war generals i can't breed the words uttered by eric garner as he was placed in a chokehold by new york city police newsradio w r vas gary powell with more the city of strasbourg place the dark tarps around the statues of roberty lien stonewall jackson after to virginia state troopers in a charlottesville citizen died on august twelve that was the day chaos erupted in the city as charlottesville over a pro white unite the white rally the judge did say the city was within its rights to rename the parks emancipation injustice parks officials with the city a charlottesville released a statement saying they're disappointed by judge moore's ruling but they will respect the court's decision jerry powell newsradio you are of yet the judge also rejected a motion by the city to dismiss a lawsuit claims the statues are protected war memorials chesterfield investigating what's being called a suspicious house fire brand hermel police were called early this morning for a person who may have been breaking into vehicles on milk crest harrison discovered the home which was vacant fully engulfed eleven people second after an envelope was opened at a northern virginia military base three people are in stable condition and these substance opened in a marine office at fort myer has been sent took quantico four testing the president's soninlaw stripped of his top clearance top secret clearance at the white house jared kushner downgraded as chief of staff john kelly overhauls the clearance process after eight rob porter resigned over domestic abuse allegations democrat richard blumenthal my main concern right now is that there are an unknown number of high level white house officials with continued access to the nation secrets when they may have very damaging secrets in their own backgrounds that could subject them to blackmail or worse when ousmane occasions director hope ix question for more than eight hours behind closed doors announced panel in the.
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"Twelve conducted by tim happy laid even more blame it thomas's feet jerry powell newsradio eleven forty w our va the good lens county sheriff's office says in a statement this afternoon that the two dogs that mall twenty two year old bethany stevens to death were euthanized saturday with the permission of her family chef jim agnew says the dogs bodies being preserve this evidence and they will follow up with veterinary ends and laboratories for potential forensic analysis governor mcauliffe is taking a final stab at expanding medicaid before leaving office more from w rv as madam line book all of his including expansion in is outgoing budget proposal as he has each of his four years as governor those people always say all the bankrupt it won't just won't they're better uments gone congress has now failed to repeal it so it's here to stay forever the plan also includes to present raises for both state employees and teachers republicans are continuing distress medicaid reform over expansion over house will have many more democrats than it has recently at the state capital i met them why newsradio eleven forty w r via egypt submitted a draft resolution to the you not had nation security council hoping to revoke president trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital the draft resolution stressed that they decision is the legal windows against security council's view that no country should establish an embassy in jerusalem any attempt at changing the facts on the ground in jerusalem is considered one of the illegal in iraq lower unilateral measures that would have no legal impact whatsoever since it comes in violation of international law fourteen of the fifteen voting members voted in favour of the resolution but the united states used its status as a permanent member of the un security council to veto the resolution checking your money the.
"jerry powell" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Just her physical body she is connected and i think that word that you keep saying connection i think that's the critical thing 'cause that's what everybody searching foreign life the want connections yahya as literally three words it through it come up in this phenomenon algae of posed subjects which is love connection and and empathy they can you end and like with mdma particularly people feel like nothing is more important than what that other person they're focused on his feeling in that right when he went you feel so and bathak for that person that that's all that matters yes and but that's mdma the as do that um i've done mdma i mean i consider myself like a psyche not wear i've tried pretty much every i went after the movie uh there's an amazing story in the movie that people really need to see which is one of the people who is with us in the beginning in the movie this guy jerry powell he wound up he had a drug problem that i didn't know about at the time but he wound up going down to costa rica and doing something called i boga and i go will give again yeah i begin exactly it's a route that comes from africa and it's known to be able to break an addiction in this guy had a he was shooting drugs he was drinking he was he had sold his company for one hundred million dollars but he was literally try to kill himself through his activities so he did one i bogus session heat you'll see in the movie he breaks free of something that he been suppressing for his whole life and freedom right there he just was like oh my god i can never doing drugs again i'm not i'm happy i i'm i give love life and he you see him in what happened is that's amazing as he wound up opening a center in costa rica plant madison the first legal plant medicine center because of his experience and now you go down there it's the perfect setting setting for you to do i uasc on these different things and people just has these absolutely breakthroughs it's loyal ten years i've seen a lot of your big of a game and only one.
"jerry powell" Discussed on WRVA
"The fourth circuit court of appeals here in richman will hear arguments about the travel ban but that before a threejudge panel the 9th us circuit court of appeals out of seattle does so judges and both hawaii and maryland have already largely blocked the ban is discriminatory against the administration's appealing the courts in seattle and enrichment the arguments will be heard by the circuit court judges even as members of the trump administration are still defending president trump over his antimuslim tweets that he sent out last week those tweets drew rebuke from british prime minister theresa may jerry powell newsradio eleven forty two you are via the guinean democrat exsenators tim gain and mark warner urging fcc chairman ig pie owned off on a planned december fourteen felt of old that net neutrality rules until an investigation can be completed in two reports that internet bought filed hundreds of thousands of comments to the fcc during the net neutrality t policy making process butter automated computer programs designed to poses people the senators riding there's good reason to believe that the record may be replete with fake or fraudulent comments suggesting that your proposal is fundamentally flawed the senate voted in favour of the tax reform bill saturday morning now congress tasked with ironing out the differences before the final legislation reaches the president's desk by year's end more from mike emmanuel let's take a look at some of the key differences between the two bills first let's look at the house proposal it would preserve the affordable care act individual mandate it makes permanent corporate and individual tax rates and the estate tax will be eliminated in 2024 the senate plan repeals the affordable care act individual mandate the individual cuts expire in 20 25 the corporate rate is permanent and the estate taxes limited not repealed entirely the house is due to vote this evening a go to conference then we will see just how quickly lawmakers in the house and senate can work out those differences to put the bill on the president's desk colombia gas as cast customers will be paying less this winter than they did last winter on average based on average about while becker thorough her mind and themey about a four dollars from 50s and decrease this year verses last year and that's about.
"jerry powell" Discussed on KOIL
"In the jebel had a joke what the chugged battle republican party uh jerry powell said asked about these charges i would vote for judge more because i wouldn't want to vote for his democratic opponent doug jones i must say i support what he did well that of course goes a bit far the next thing i support what he is alleged to have done uh that's an important factor there are there's more at stake here that the just personal morality assuming it every single bagged more was true uh again democrats wish to do things that i consider to be very bad country kgb that's what i am electing and while it's an unfortunate choice to make but i would have to go in that regard with the person even one who have seen hanging over said especially given that they are to this point unproven joan in lake placid florida good evening john yes any again gang for having me i'm sure i mean i can't tell ya now cruel at went on and um as far as the alleged does i thought that the people and uh have a right to make their own decision and we'll years word from him age difference all with bill clinton and how wall was my goal wolinsky and there was proof because she saved that uh with that would be he really believe it was a but but that she did say let us it was later exists of of course as the as she was good deal younger the booklet jews also very much uh uh each uh she was certainly bottle blonde the killed her daughter at his daughter though told us true that's true but then again i wasn't the round i was back you bill clinton a lot of things back that either so ugly i mean.