18 Burst results for "John Silber"

Interview: Who remembers 3Com?

Talking Tech

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Interview: Who remembers 3Com?

"What if you had your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job now? Ziprecruiter's technology can help do that for you. When you download the ZipRecruiter job. Search apple it puts your profile in front of the right employers for you. If an employer likes your profile ZipRecruiter, let's, you know, so you can apply. Download the free ZipRecruiter app today. Remember the company three com they were an internet pioneer and largely forgotten today. John's zilbert decided to co author a book about three com and bring them back into the public consciousness. The book is called three com. The unsung saga of the Silicon Valley startup that helped give birth to the internet. We've got John Silber here on today's episode talking tech. Stay tuned, and let's have a listen. Okay. So the book is the first history of three com, the hugely successful and widely influential company that nobody today remembers. So, you know, if I ask you, do you know who Chester Arthur is almost nobody's gonna know that name, but he was the twenty first president of the United States, kind of a big deal. Right. He was influential in fighting segregation and trying to end political cronyism. But. Wikipedia pays is only about half a page long. So three com is kind of the Chester Arthur of tech companies. You know, they were enormously successful, but nobody remembers them, but they do know the technology that three come made possible things like the inter the Ethernet internet Email WI fi. They even own palm, which basically paved the way for the iphone and they didn't just create all this amazing technology. But they also invented a lot of what became the standard business model for tech startups, they acquired and partnered with overseas companies long before that was a common practice. In fact, their final partnership was a joint venture with Weiwei the Chinese tech powerhouse that's making headlines even today. So in, in a lotta ways, they became a role model for the fast growing startups. Like facebook. And Google that dominate the tech world today. You might even call three come the first unicorn of Silicon Valley growing from an idea. Sketched on a napkin to becoming a captain of industry, practically overnight. So our book wanted to capture that story and, basically, you know, remind people who this who this company was, and what they brought to the world hard. So, so you wanted to do it to give them their Mark in, in, in history. What happened to three com company was started about forty years, forty years ago and kind of trailed out about a decade ago when the company basically was a joint venture with wow away and had some products that were of interest to HP so HP acquired, what was left of the company and actually got a lot of value out of the products that they acquire. They fill the very necessary piece of the puzzle for H P, and those products evolved in continue to be on the market today. Like, what particular pieces of enterprise server products? Okay. So hardcore stuff. All right. So the name of the book, it's basically, if you go on Amazon, and search for three com you'll find the book there, but the full name of the book, which kind of tells the short version of the story is three com. The unsung saga of the Silicon Valley startup that helps give birth to the internet. And then fumbled the ball already. Thanks for filling us in today and be sure to look for the book on Amazon. Thanks. Thanks again. John. Finding a job can feel like an actual job. It's tough to find a position that really suits you. But what if you had your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job? Ziprecruiter's technology can do that for you. Just download the ZipRecruiter job. Search up, let it know what kind of jobs, you're interested in and its technology starts doing the work. The ZipRecruiter app finds jobs you'll like and puts your profile in front of the employers who may be looking for someone like you, if an employer likes your profile ZipRecruiter, let's, you know, so if you're interested in the job, you can apply. Download the free ZipRecruiter job, search apt today and let the power of technology work for you. Don't wait. The sooner you download the free, ZipRecruiter job search app, the sooner it can help you find a better job.

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"john silber" Discussed on Hear the Bern

Hear the Bern

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"john silber" Discussed on Hear the Bern

"I was in Boston Boston. Which of that time with the president of the university was a far right wing guy named John Silber. There was a lot of anti-apartheid activity. He he in fact was a supporter of the apartheid regime, frankly, kind of unapologetic. And so we try to build a Channy town, which was a common sort of protest activity in that time period and most universities when students built a shantytown lived in it. They would just leave it up and knew that over some period of time it would go away. So they, but that was not Boston diversity. So soon as we started putting two pieces of wood together. The Boston University police were there. They arrested a bunch of people. I was not initially arrested, and then a bunch of his block the police cars that had our counterparts in it. And then we were then we were arrested. And actually, I knew a lot of the police officers. I worked at a local movie theater, and they did security after hours there. So I knew many of them I was it was a little bit of a small time operation on their part. They're in out of handcuffs, then and zip ties I was I was zip. Tide, but my friend with me in the back of the police car was not he was just trusted on his own McConnell. Let's say he was not at that time. I was young smoker. I asked if I could smoke in the backseat and he said fine. So my friend held my cigarette in the back of the police drove to police say, so you were you were like British enters a young person with very kind of fully foreign politics. It seems he was who was acting on your beliefs in a way that a lot of don't do at least until we get a little bit older. And I'm curious whether that something that you in Tanner's talked about or bonded over when I men Vermont. So, you know, we talked about it some he did not I did not know the full extent of his own sort of civil rights background at that particular time. In fact, I learned a lot more about it in two thousand sixteen along with the rest of America. Because despite all the time we spent together really was not. I mean, he mentioned a few times. But it was not a deep topic of conversation. Interesting. Yeah, he's not really boastful in that sort of way. That's really not his. Style. You know, that was obviously a pivotal moment for him in his life. He's also spoken more recently about you know, his Jewish heritage. And the impact of the holocaust on his family and himself emotionally. Father came from Poland at the age of seventeen without a nickel in his pocket without knowing one word of English. He came to the United States to a scape. The crushing poverty that existed in his community and to escape widespread anti-semitism, and it was a good thing that he came to this country because virtually his entire family was wiped out by Hitler and Nazi barbarism all of us. Learn more about Bernie, and I think it's good..

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"john silber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"john silber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Headlines. More details on the WBZ. Live from the Matthews brothers studio. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two that is the toll free number of the Howie Carr show. We just read you the the green new deal the the main or the craziest parts of it. And it's it's all pretty crazy. And it's it's Dorsey by all these top democrat candidates, including the woman who I'd say is the front runner right now is Kamala Harris, but she's also, you know. On record saying she wants to or was on record. She backed it back down a little bit. But you wanted to abolish all private insurance. I mean think about the the the life that they're proposing for for all of us wanna take us back. Someone says the stone age in other one says back to the eighteen eighteen fifties. It's just it's just crazy. Thomas Edison will become a national villain says five oh, eight hundred easy on the whale oil. They're an endangered species. Have you even thought about that? Officer. Mark says is promising that the GM they will finish the intercontinental railroad. Remember, Barack Obama said he talked about the intercontinental railroad. He met the transcontinental railroad. The intercontinental railroad would be from North America to Europe or North America the to Asia, I guess. It's just I don't know. How why would you say that that you're in favor of this beaver state Finney, and I want to join sees army. What should I give up? First my dodge challenger, overly large, internal combustion engine or my charter arms bulldog forty four. I can't do both. So sorry, I'll give up neither. So what do you think of this plan by by the demo democrat plan? I think it's an inclined contribution to Trump twenty twenty. You know, it does it doesn't matter who Kamala Harris pixes are running mate, it's gonna be. Visit actually it might as well just be running for president. Because they've now endorsed Oliver, wacky ideas. And someone else wants the non I hadn't even thought about this. If you get rid of cows, you're not just getting rid of beef and my art delicious butcher box. You know, cuts of filet Mignon and rabbi stay you're also getting rid of dairy cows, and dairy farmers and dairy dairy cows, though, what did they provide they provide milk which provides cheese, which provides ice cream. You're going to get rid of butter. This does Senator Warren realized that the cheese shops will we put out of business. I hadn't even thought about where the hell is she gonna campaign if they're not shops? What are they just going to be cracker shops? I think they're in big trouble. I don't think this crackers are going to be able to carry all the cheese shops of Harvard square. So is so bad for Democrats. I mean, this isn't the first time that she's harmed Democrats nationally. I'm wondering is she lining up for a Reverend Wright style payout? Somebody's gonna come tear off the books and just be like, hey, listen, you shut up until twenty twenty. And he's a. One hundred and fifty thousand dollars, let's suppose suppose, you're like a freshman in college and somebody said come up with a plan come up with a green new deal. And you you put this plan as your as your end of semester term paper, right? What would you? What would you get? The grading was fair and honest, you'd get a you'd get a day. It's stupid. Who's a Paul you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Paul. Oh, my goodness mister car. A pleasure. First time caller. Thank you. Solution for this. Yes. Massachusetts. All sudden, we can we can grow pot, right? Yes. So we all ride around in a cars with a whole bunch of top players to suck up all the carbon. Well, do do, you know? Well, that's the thing. They wanna play. She says she wants the planet, quote, unquote, lots of trees, lots of trees. Russian company. Yeah. I mean, I got a couple I got a van and a couple of pickup trucks. I mean, I could all around a whole bunch it. Well, but I don't know what I'm saying is I don't know that pot plants eat up as much carbon as say, your basic. Maple tree or an or an elm tree or or more like most of my clients kinda like hostels, and one of those little Bali flower things, you know, what? I mean, I play started hauling around pot. That would go pretty good face it. Thanks. Thanks for the call Paul eight four four or five hundred forty two forty to see the only out for the cows. Is that apparently if you y if you harvest some kind of seaweed, and I guess you dry it out, and you put that in the feed and that's supposed to reduce flatulence. So there was actually a story somewhere today saying that this could be a new we'd crop for Massachusetts. They could start the instead of dragging the the the bottom of the ocean for for clams or scallops they could they could drag for seaweed and try to save. I'm sure Elizabeth Warren. We'll get behind that. Because they might be able to save a handful of cows and keep the cheese shops and business eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two Bruce, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Bros. Great show as usual. Hey, I gotta ask you up to. Did we go wrong with the three branches a congress this idiot talking about nothing how what happened to the country? What's going on? They all doing acid or I mean. Is so stupid. I think it has more to do with the social media and the cell phones. It's like the earlier caller said her her sons in idiot. I mean, he just he doesn't read he just looks at what's the messages on his cell phone. And that's that is it doesn't that some some up in her crowd pretty pretty well. Yes. Yes. It does. But how we look at. You can't look at the glass half empty. Gotta look at it. Totally. Because if we get rid of all the airports, look at the section eight housing, we can put in you know, what I mean all over the country. Wouldn't that be awesome? That'd be a lot of good ocean front views at Logan airport. For instance. Plus, the t they can they can they don't get wet and damaged if they drop it Neil but section eight housing ocean front section eight housing in east Boston. That's what we do when they win. Mr frosty. Thanks for the call Bruce eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. So it must've frosty wanted to go back to the dreaded private sector after all these years. He's out of business because there's no scream. If they get rid of the cows. And of course, there's no fuel for for the Mr. frosty truck. How 'bout the how about the cones? Well, here's my question. If she cows are banished from America. No cheese. No milk. Can we still import cheese? Are we going to ban those kind of imports? Oh, I think we would have to ban those kinds of imports, right? Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two Bob you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Bob. You know, you're underestimating court says woman when you're in the art of negotiations, you'll always ask for more than you really gonna get to. Let's stop and think about what he really would settle for. Can you come up with some of those ideas? We'll know tell tell me I mean this. But this is who. Bob who would negotiate with somebody who came up with a with a platform this insane. Tongue-in-cheek? Mendi curse nuts. I know I I've said it before, you know, John Silber would be rolling over in his grave if he knew what the his his alum- alumni is doing here. Just the craziest one yet. Eight four four or five hundred forty eight forty two forty two. Mike, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Mike. Let me tell you is really an trouble, and that's the buffalo because I want to tell you if any one of these clowns gets down one to one of them is going to be the greatest know the second time, they massacred all the buffalo. Buffalo time for the cow. Does really? John shelter code. And I caught a web on. I'll tell you not trust me come on. Now. Do you have any empirical evidence to back up these observations? Are there any monographs have been any clinical research being done on this matter? I can tell you right now. We ran helps let me tell you Holly barista. I call it was I heard you talking about the top fast me. Yeah. You just got through with. Since July by Sydney Powell. Yeah. I gotta tell you. You know? You know in the past ten years eight years of Obama and into Trump we've witnessed Lor federal crimes on answered. Yeah. History of our country. And I gotta tell you. I mean, you, you know, I'm an old marine you gotta wonder who in the hell is on the gate. I agree with you more, Mike, you know, and I was just talking about the the abuses and the excesses under j Edgar Hoover. I think they're worse now J Edgar Hoover really never tried to throw a presidential election. You know, say what you will about never. He never went that far. He didn't he didn't want to elect to control the president of the United States except maybe through blackmail. You know, he just wanted to keep his job. I mean, these people were trying to overthrow the duly elected government of the United States. It's insane. And they're getting away with it. By basically, they're they're doing the same thing to Donald Trump by saying, you know, if you fire Muller, if you declassify all these documents showing the abuse during the two thousand sixteen campaign, those will be articles of impeachment for obstruction of Justice. So how is that any different than what the National Enquirer is trying to do to basis? They're both shakedowns. Thanks for the call. Mike, captain, Bob, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, captain, Bob. Yep. So MS got the navy solution for the green thing, we're going to reconvert all ships to sales will re commission the constitution maybe missiles honor every ship going down the way. Now, we'll just have to be sales were just going to convert all up our diesel and new frigates them into the sales. Else? We'll go and the other thing is. Tau way, we can do it even better than that though. When go back to galleys, go back. Labor intensive. But cows flatulent, we're gonna we're gonna ground Ali aircraft. And we're gonna use the methane gas. We're going to reconvert all of our aircraft the dirigibles. Okay. 'cause we can recycle the gas into the dirigible, but you're not paying attention captain. House left. There's gonna be any methane gas. Because we're going to get rid of all the cows come on. You gotta read the fine print in these things. All right. Thanks for the call. What what do you think of this? The the green new deal eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. I'm Howie Carr..

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"john silber" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Now on iheartradio Phoebe. I don't want him to go in here. I want him to go. No, go. Get her pizza. Block tackle me. If he sees me dance back that way, you're going. Well, I don't do anything. Obviously with me. So it also have salad salad. I just saw someone go by with that mozzarella. Hurry. Jump. I'm certified. In the control. This is a Jared question. Jared left the studio. So here comes Rony. I'm gonna Rony. No, I gotta get for line lighting, just yelled aronie, what you want him to get you. I'm trying to help you out here. Judy something for your ass used pooper. He's coming to the studio you can tell he's coming to see you give them your order because Roni will rone's a good guy. He's a unlike you Shattuck rone's, a gentleman Rony, you gotta get lightning some salad from the red Barkat. Can't get out of the studio. Tell him can can wall wide Rony. Blinding put them on. What's the deal? What's the problem here? His boss will come by couldn't I couldn't do it. Because I got my hands full. I got a I got a couple of pieces of myself. I'm juggling it. So but lightning cheese, Hungary, because she brought an oatmeal. But we don't have any hot water. So she'll eat the salad that no one else is eating, but she can't go get it. Because she's gotta keep the bonds. I got I got her. But you gotta hurry, though, got to get you. You read more twenty you again. Are you going to get the meat lovers? I don't I brought my own lunch. Leave that. This is good stuff to carry. I gotta I gotta be strict on my I'll get you through on a New Year's thing. To are you doing a New Year's weight loss thing? No, just just so it was just walking down the hall. Okay. The hawk. Rony? Let me explain something to you. When the company offers something up, you take it. It doesn't matter. What it is there? The fact that they kicked out ten bucks. You. Grab the bottle. I don't have any water. You always take when the company poly do. But now, I gotta be mindful. Get a role just get a role for yourself. Something don't go. Crazy ning. I got you. All right. Good. Good work rodak. Down on ROY new Shattuck. We at no point. Will you ever even thinking about how good lighting up div? I told her I'd go back there and press buttons. That's not helping her. I need you to go. Get rone's. I can't go waiting ladder and a badge like everybody else. Does there's no badge needed there. And just go out there and say if I don't get I'm gonna use the crapper. Watch out quick they give assume I'm an apparition of Howie from five years ago. Well, there's a reason by the way how much Haywood how he be making today. If he were what do you think? I learnt when the company pays you, take it. I. Salad. I mean. Four. But those unguarded. Oh. You all behind the place. Six hundred seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight so VDB says the texture to our text line at seven zero four seven zero stop saying, it's both sides, and it's all the same. It's the reaction to it. That's different which creates the double standard of the left picks apart every little thing. I will continually do this as we continue to talk about this stuff. That point is accurate. I agree. However, what I also want to acknowledge Shaddock is there a little policy on our side in that. There is no doubt in my mind that if a freshman Republican congressman came in yesterday and said we'll be in peach in that mother belieber talking about Pelosi. You guys would be talking about how awesome that freshman is. And we got to keep it. If Dan Crenshaw said that you guys would take all my God. He's my new favorite because it's a gem sanded about Trump. It's the devil. It's proven that. It doesn't happen to both sides because you have to use a hypothetical. You create the guy yelled rely on Obama during his speech. M effort, it's a little bit different. It's a little bit a little bit different. Not a lot different because it's completely out of line. Well, this is a little bit different as well. But I think I mean to me it's a little more interesting to see what happens when this when this Levy starts to break and undersupply freshman, congressman like this woman yesterday. Start spouting off about this stuff. The NC Pelosi can only contain this for so long. I overflow. This is why you're making a mistake. Why would they have Pelosi is the speaker now Molden was right about this? You can raise money. She's a she's a buck kicker, and she can raise money in create coalition. Who's on sixty minutes this weekend is it losy? Or is it Alexandria Cossio Cortez who's the new face of the Democratic Party? In that ship has sailed it still may be docked in Washington, but the Pelosi ship has sailed no mean, yes. Guys mentorship. Apparatus ship is still very much in charge. She's on a lot to keep the caucus together. She's made promises she's done a lot of horse trading. She's raised a lot of money. She's done incredibly good things. This spiritual ahead of the party, though, is not her certainly I would give it to teach the way I would like to call. You wanna talk about on both sides. There's one place where conservatives has been terrible have been terrible in hypocritical is to be throwing stones and trying to sling mud in denigrate AFC who they should not be. She is a success story in American success story. Well, who's fantastic? And it's done almost. She's pretty nutty though. UK she doesn't know anything about policy. Of course, she went to a liberal arts college in Massachusetts. Of course, she doesn't. But who cares? I mean, she's she's she's a undisputed Trotskyite. That's what comes out of colleges after two hundred thousand dollars is done. That's what you that. I'll give you that. But but she is. She's witty she's youthful. She's very attractive. She's a positive constantly her social media uses. Excellent. We have seventy eight year. Liz, warren. Yeah. That's true. Yes. That's true. Look at Ronnie coming through big time. Rony round of applause. The are. So you can't do what? Ronnie just did. Which is be a gentleman for lightning. That's tremendous. That is incorrect. I'm not allowed to go is that not tremendous would running day for you very much. And then did he you brought something for Shattuck to rage. Let me eat till next March. Your wife is not your boss. Educate, she's making. Oh, he's right. These don't dance with your wife, and this you're at work now with the guys you can have a piece of that too. I have to lose one hundred pounds by like a June or something. To give an alternate him. Because I'm a fat Colloton, by the way to get into that. That's a long time away. And now it'll be here before you know, it is that true you've been given an ultimatum I've been given I've been given a harsh rebuke that includes conditions that are not amenable to me living in joyful lifestyle. But they have salad there. What am I going to do that? Fame leaves you're going to eat it. Why? The pizza. There's no reason. I want the pizza the pizza guys are now coming in to congratulate Rony on being a gentleman because it's so rare to see that in what they're used to his you. Not doing that. He was wrong Irani's and sales as so right? ABC writer. Okay. Okay. He will. He's got a job to do here. He was hijacked by you now for lightning, actually. So you're welcome. I loved busy Phoebe. Did you ever have the Bob Reilly t shirt day focused Cossio Cortez the video yesterday that was released of her dancing and doing the footloose type stuff the hit video. Yeah. Well, who released that her people around in her name is fear. People was it her was it people that don't like her people people her allies did it, obviously. And it's been came up. Like it was a hit. Right. He came up. Would be the head the head was that she's dancing as a college girl. Like, I was that negative because progressives think of Republicans as the father on footloose, and then you think of them as a dumb template of overly stern, puritanical laced jerks and they never bothered meeting. Any real Republicans say, no, that's not what it is. So that was that was put out as essentially like that guy casting judgement saying look at this look at this wheel, the young communist dancing around. This is a crazy when it was a great video great video happened in silver state, by the way, there would have been probably knows you that is dated reference. Come on, John Silber ninety. He was almost twenty twenty. He was getting old man is what I tell you. You got your advanced. All right. What happened in Frank day? How about that six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight bills in Braintree? He's next here on AM, six eighty WR KO. Hey, guys. How're you doing? Hey, what a great job you're talking about today. Hey, hey, would a oh what great dancer edgy went to be? How about that? If I was be you. I'd be tweeting that video out all day every day. We got a new person in congress from here and look at how much fun. She had while she was here be you shape in the world. That's what I'd be doing. And I'll tell you, you know, you're absolutely right. That the the ability thing, you know, soon as Trump came down that escalator civility was over. Civility. It's like it. It's it's combat. And this one of the thing that you that I wanted to mention that you haven't mentioned the Democrats on over America island yet. And that is that is still not over. This is just as one we're still looking for Trump's head. It was you. By the way, Bill I seem to remember before Trump kingdom escalator, George W Bush, and I saw this civility over with him with all sorts of movies, etc. Showed him getting assassinated. I mean, there was no. This was right. Sarah Palin, the civility of saying jokes about that. She should be raped. She shut up. There's. Some unstability, but ov- on one side watch more. George W Bush looked good compared to that. There's no no doubt 2016 was a sea change for the country. And is why keep dying sooner you realize why didn't you like Jewish Bush Bill, George W Bush, actually, he he let things oughta he and he led the change of the world one. Bredesen's Iraq was against it. Do would again, I w is like his father. I think they're great ex-presidents as presidents. They were wanting to spend like Democrat Bill now is the happy to tweak his outraged. Dial. He's because Trump is more. You'll get in Bill. You get it. Don't get by. I don't. Bill. Fill the big problem. The big problem was Rondo, right? So Romney writes that aditorial what's the point that Trump hasn't risen to the level of the office. What Romney doesn't understand is the entire country? We've moved down that that rise thing is over man. It's we're coming down. We're not going up, and we don't want to hear it. They don't use down and up because Romney was impotent. So this is Romney's doing that was was disco telling heavy metal to get better made. No sense. He had no standing whatsoever. Bill. I want to ask you two questions. John. What do you think of Liz warns chances? Liz warrant, I think she's still has a chance, but she has to drink a little more wine rather than. Knowing that Bill the more. I've thought about that this week the more I think the more phony she gets somehow bizarro world we're living in the more phony against the better it might play for her. I'm actually coming around on that if you say degree dry humor. You know? Maybe. Yeah. But Bill, you know, they're gonna win. All the Indian stuff on Warren. It's going to be used by Democrats now on her. And so she's not going to be able to turn away from it. So far, don't you think that they're going to be able to land some punches that Republicans couldn't? No, yeah. But you know, the one thing she able to do in in the bottom line is she's very very intelligent. And that's what I think the simplest things. She can do is shake. I'm smart and Trump is dumb. Pill. Like, I don't know why I have Shattuck in studio and not you you get this Bill. You're you're. Guys. Like, you keep saying, I don't know how she did it here. But she ain't gonna do it there. But, but you're not understanding this especially in the democratic primary Shattuck one of the things you have to do is you have to be the most talking down to people college professor that there is because Democrats respond to that. And she is that. Barack Obama doing that? They will not during the bills really because she was like the number three eight twenty six hundred she would have been if Hillary didn't run they went nominated her Biden. Well, definitely chosen her to be vice president they respond to this. And she has that. I don't. She's very matronly very matronly thing going on for and that she's very very bright. Dumb. Listen to him Shattuck. I grew up in the Great Plains rusty edge to edge of the middle class. Or is she going to be the Wall Street app? She'll be all of it..

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"john silber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He was on the, daily show which is a a pseudo comedy show on these pseudo comedy central network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that. She had torn to Nobel prize economic winners and she hadn't figured out how are we going to. Pay, for everything she intends to give away now listen to this And I apologize, if you've, heard it, but the one, thing you haven't heard is my take the, really important thing about this to understand is this woman has. A degree in economics. From Boston University not Boston College Boston University Boston University thirty years ago, twenty five years ago had a great president his name. With John Silber and he was fantastic in education he had gone gone Silber did a study of. American, has we'll textbooks And he. Released the results of. His study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he could find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in, an American history textbook for students He was sounding the alarm twenty five thirty. Years ago on what's wrong. With American, public education what students, are being taught more importantly what they're not big taught Alexandra okay so Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics, and it's clear she doesn't know. Anything and if this level this, degree of complete economic ignorance can get you, a degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong. Here is the first illustration questioning even if you reverse the Republican tax? Deal that's only gonna, make up. Five percent of, what we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education. For everyone and, all your other ideas this is an excellent excellent question. And in fact there's. A lot of back of the envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat. Down with a Nobel prize. Economists last, week I can't really weird But one of the things that we saw is if people pay their, fair short share if corporations and. The ultra wealthy for example as, worn bucket likes to say if he paid, as much as his secretary paid fifteen percents if he paid a fifteen percent tax. Rate if corporations paid if we reverse the tax Bill but when raised? Our corporate tax rate, to twenty. Eight percent which, is not even as high as it was before if we if we. Do those two, things and also closed some of those loopholes that's two. Trillion dollars right there Ladies gentlemen this is this is a this is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence this is, entirely incoherent and I call it ignorant.

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"john silber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Which is a a pseudo comedy show on, these, pseudo comedy central network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that. She had taught to Nobel prize economic winners and she had it figured out how are we going to pay for everything she intends to give away now as you listen to this And I, apologize if, you've heard it, but the one thing you haven't heard is, my take the really important thing about this to understand. Is this woman has a degree in economics from Boston University not Boston College, Boston University Boston, University thirty years ago twenty five years ago had a. Great president his name with John Silber and he was fantastic education he had done John Silber did a study of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results. Of his study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he could find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in, an American history textbook for students He was sounding the alarm twenty five thirty. Years ago on what's wrong with American, public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not big Alexandrian you're okay so Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics and, it's clear she doesn't know anything. And if this level this degree, of complete economic ignorance can get you a, degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong here. Is the first illustration questioning even if you reversed the Republican tax deal? That's only gonna make, up five. Percent of what, we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education for. Everyone and all, your other ideas this is an excellent excellent question and. In fact there's a lot of back of the envelope. Stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a Nobel prize economist last. Week I can't believe I can say, that was really weird But one of the things that we, saw is if people pay their. Fair share if corporations and the, ultra wealthy for example as warm bucket likes, to say if he paid as much as his secretary paid fifteen percents if he. Paid a fifteen percent tax rate if corporations paid we if we reverse? The tax Bill but. When raised. Our corporate tax, rate to.

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"john silber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Nine seventy LA Audio soundbites. Are from Alexander off Cape Cod Yes She was on the daily, show which is a a pseudo comedy show on these pseudo comedy central network on Thursday. Night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything forever And that she had talks to Nobel prize economic winners and that she had it figured out how are we going to pay for everything she intensity now as you? Listen, to this And I apologize, if you've heard it but the one thing you haven't heard is my take the really important thing about this to understand is this woman has a degree in economics from Boston University Not Boston College Boston University Boston, University thirty years ago twenty five years, ago had a great president his name with John Silber. And he was fantastic and education he had done gone Silber did a study of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results of. His study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he can find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in an, American history textbook for school students He was sounding the alarm twenty five. Thirty years ago on what's. Wrong with, American public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not being taught Alexander okay seal Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics, and it's clear she doesn't know. Anything and if this level this, degree of complete economic ignorance can get you, a degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong. Here is the first illustration questioning even if you reverse the Republican tax? Deal that's only gonna make, up five. Percent of what, we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education for. Everyone and all, your other ideas and this is an excellent excellent question. And in fact. There's a lot of back of the. Envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a Nobel prize economist. Last week I can't prove I can, say that it's really weird But one of the things that, we saw is if people pay. Their fair share if.

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"john silber" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Audio soundbites are. From Alexander k feel contests She was on the daily show which is a a pseudo comedy show on, these, pseudo comedy central network on, Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that she had two Nobel prize economic winners and that she had it figured out how are we gonna pay for everything she intends to give away now as you listen to this And, I apologize, if you've, heard it but, the one thing you haven't heard is my, take the really important thing about this to understand is. This woman has a. Degree, in economics from Boston University not Boston College Boston, University Boston University, thirty years ago twenty five years ago had a, great president his name with John Silber and he was fantastic education he had done gone silver did a. Study, of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results of. His study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he can find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in an, American history textbook for school students He was sounding the alarm twenty five. Thirty years ago on what's. Wrong with, American public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not being taught Alexandra okay CEO Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics, and it's clear she doesn't know. Anything and if this level this. Degree of complete economic ignorance can get you, a degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong. Here is the first illustration question even if you reverse the Republican tax? Deal that's only gonna, make up. Five percent of, what we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education. For everyone and, all your other ideas this is an excellent excellent question. And in fact there's a lot of. Back of the envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a. Nobel prize economist last week I can't, say that it's really weird But one of the things that we saw is if people, pay their fair short share if. Corporations and the ultra wealthy for. Example as Warren buffet likes to say if, he paid as much as his secretary paid fifteen percents if he paid a fifteen. Percent tax rate if corporations paid we if we reverse the tax Bill? But when raised our. Corporate tax. Rate to twenty, eight percent which is not even as high as it was before if. We if we, do those two things and also close some of those. Loopholes that's two trillion dollars right there Let's gentlemen this is this is a this is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence this is, entirely incoherent and I call it ignorant is, to give it, too much credit. But that's not all, in SRP invoice list price, dealer price Toby Knapp here? If your car? Shopping, you've probably heard. These terms. But what do they mean it's so confusing. Well it was confusing not anymore I'm telling you about true price from truecar it's a price that actually, means something because it's, the exact price you'll, pay for the.

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"john silber" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"At noon I'm going to have both democratic candidates for governor in. Studio. For a debate chickens Alison Baba's he'll join us. Live from the hill, radio studio in the next hour we're gonna talk to the democratic Lieutenant governor. Candidates Quinton Pelfrey and Jimmy tingle so joining us now the last democrat to be the, nominee for Lieutenant, governor, of Massachusetts Steve Kerrigan morning Steve welcome the, show Good morning Kevin com fantastic well I'm great, Thomas disgruntled but, that's. How it goes So with any other day Boston Herald editorial board Oh I wanted to chat with. You just about, generally I know you're you're supporting, Pelfrey in the race but I talk more generally about like what it's like to run for, Lieutenant governor since, instead it's it's, an it's it's a it seems like in order to, campaign for Lieutenant governor your first task is always to explain to people what the office does and. What your vision is and then, while you're the best one is that does that I couldn't, have said it better myself The most common question so when I was running back, in twenty fourteen remember Tim berry time so not only confused about the job of Lieutenant. Governor Butler surviving seemingly fine with one so we have to answer the question of what is Do and why do we won and it was. I think really Alcoa instructive to me at a candidate Because to answer that, question on a regular basis because. I think if you're if you put your name, on a ballot new. Ask folks to invest in new the the most sacred thing they. Have is American which was their? Vote you should be able, to articulate very clearly particularly for a. Job I can kind of governor why why, the job is important why you're the best person to serve but it was a challenge for shorter campaign but it was an honor to be able to do it every day because it challenged me in ways that if I were running. For another office might not have been nearly as challenging because people understand the role a little bit more they get, what a Senator or rep does for the most part by the government is a little more more coast but it. Was. It, was a great honor to around. And the, honor of my life to be nominated Democratic Party sure Steve with the role of Lieutenant governor I mean obviously? Chair the governor's, council is, as governor is with this new climate of Everybody being outraged by. Some of, the decisions. By judges is there more relevancy to the to the job now Yeah I would argue that it always. Relevancy I just think the Jau. Public And. Frankly their voices in the media Focus. As much on a lot folks on, so no, one's to blame him that Voices in the media I love the media every I, come over recovering politician but every one of us should love the media eight them sometimes because of their own you guys. Playing in, our society, but yeah I mean I think people are definitely paying far more attention to nations and therefore. The governor's cal- calm. I think that's important I think. It always was important are there ways we can reform how things Government absolutely at all levels and as an. Active should always be. Looking to find ways to make. Our government more relevant and responsive to the In particular Massachusetts and what we're dealing with on the national level coordination right now Judicial concerns should be paramount for a lot of, folks and so because the concern about who's going to chair the council what what made you want to To pursue this? Particular office when you were thinking about running I mean there's. Obviously a lot of stuff you wanna do you have the innocent, things you want to see so In your head you know how. Did you think of here's what I want to get? Done Lieutenant governor, is the best place that? I could make make these positive changes Sure I came out of frustration which in two thousand, twelve I was running the national convention for the Democrats on North. Carolina and even in that, role I got incredibly frustrated with our national politics and the level of debate and discussion in our. Society and I decided in a moment to walk away from from politics. Forever and then a few weeks, later I realized that that would be giving into it rather than trying to invest more in. It so that's when I decided to run into the offer more of myself and service and sort of looked at the landscape in, Massachusetts see what was the role in which I thought I could make the biggest. Difference but also the role in which I could attain to me talking doesn't do much. Good I wanted to make sure that I ran for office that I could affect change I believe firmly that the governor's office. In the right hands with the government Lieutenant governor and captain and could people throughout the government can really have probably the largest in, the day-to-day lives of the people at any given state and so that's why I. Chose to run for governor because I really believe is being a part of the process The heart of the solution, as well so how how much do you worry that for you if I mean with Martha Coakley how much do you have to make sure that. Your own policy positions jog with hers in in a way that doesn't really harm you if it doesn't work out So I I don't want to speak? Out of school about conversations Became a ticket But I will say are Hardcore principles were linemen and she never want that. To change any policy position I I ever held if we, had a disagreement on, something we would have a which by the, way the agreement we have we. Had a disagreement on something we would. Have a very vigorous conversation I would try, to convince her my way but in the end there's one governor and I, remain principle where I was but preferred to say the mind, that she was obviously, perfectly Because she was at the top of the ticket, can you imagine by the way John Silber and Marjorie clap Oh god Kevin John Silber was, a, democrat yes but he is, own. Guy man he was he was Trumpian and his own. Ways, actually Oh my God Yeah go ahead Are there when you were coming down the stretch in two thousand fourteen year old primary and just so people know that the l g and, the governors candidates at least on the democratic, side in Massachusetts don't pick it up. Ahead of time they both Stanford separate elections in the primary and then they're on the ticket though in two thousand fourteen you. Had a possibility I think what were there four governor? In, the end Don Berwick Steve on Martha so like I'm, not gonna ask you which one but like, when it came down to wait like. Where are you leaning toward were you hoping really want was there one you're saying like man it's going, to be really tough. I win and they win their primary and we're together No, no, I would so I'll give the. Honest answer which is what you probably one and the Throughout, the course, of the campaign I wanted to be paired up with the strongest democratic like, that. Was you, know and, I was there were policy differences between the three. Hundred forget, where myself certainly but again you know. I felt from my relationship with three of them Steven Martin I knew long before. The race, Don I got to, know generates I felt I could work with them on those things and again there was that decision but I really wanted whoever the voter determined to be the, strongest person to beat to be. Charlie in November can cause I really believed in. Work, part, about I. Loved every day the campaign I, always say this except for the last one Because you know, we lost by nine votes a. Precinct when when it comes down to it and And of course the day after everybody sort of Amazon right election As you should and everybody so what are you gonna do next No I tried to The thing. It's like I don't I, never worked for me but it was spending a year talking about early childhood education and all the issues that we really caught corner that Ben weren't. Going to get done so that was sort. Of the, top part. But I I love I love the race and now I would've been happy. With any of them I really enjoyed. Martha, and that way To. Raise campaign and that's what it is Karen thanks, I know you'll Elliott a. Few minutes today so we'll let you go thanks for joining us in the last minute, to give us a preview Give I'm glad it's Clinton and Jimmy walking into that. Studio I remember walking in just four years ago and You guys how's it going Steve, that was a good show and you definitely no, point for the, general election but Any democratic, debate did not spin around in your chair at, all That was the highlight Fire campaign.

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"john silber" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on KTRH

"Audio soundbites are from Alexandra field tests He was on the daily show which is a a pseudo comedy show on these, pseudo, comedy central network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that she had taught to Nobel prize economic winners and that she had it figured out how are we going to pay for everything she intends to give away now as you listen to this And I apologize if you've heard it but the one thing you haven't heard is my take the really important thing about this to understand is this woman has a degree in economics from Boston University Not Boston College Boston University, Boston University thirty years ago twenty five, years ago had a great president his name with John. Silber and he was fantastic education he had done John Silber did a study of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results. Of his study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he can find was two paragraphs Paragraphs in an, American history textbook for school students He was sounding the alarm twenty five thirty. Years ago on what's wrong. With American, public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not being taught Alexandrian you're okay CEO Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics, and it's clear she doesn't know. Anything and if this level this, degree of complete economic ignorance can get you, a degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong. Here is the first illustration questioning even if you reverse the Republican tax? Deal that's only gonna make, up five. Percent of what, we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education for. Everyone and all, your other ideas and this is an excellent excellent. Question and in fact there's a lot of back of the envelope stuff based on our values. So for example I sat down with, a Nobel prize economist last I believe I can say that it's really weird But one of the things that we saw is if people pay. Their fair, share if corporations and the ultra wealthy for example as Warren buffet likes to say if he, paid as much as his secretary paid fifteen, percents if he paid, a fifteen percent tax rate if, corporations paid we if we reverse the tax Bill but when, raised our corporate tax rate to twenty eight percent which, is not, even as high as it was before if we if we do those two things and also close some. Of those loopholes that's two trillion dollars right there Ladies gentlemen this is this is a this is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence this. Is entirely, incoherent and I call it ignorant is to give it too much Credit but that's not all there's more Breaking news twenty four seven. From the gallery furniture meeting America's studios this is NewsRadio.

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"john silber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Contests She was on the daily show which is a a pseudo comedy show on, these, pseudo comedy central network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that she had taught to Nobel prize economic winners and that she had it figured out how are we gonna pay for everything she intends to give away now as you listen to this And, I apologize if you've heard it but the one thing you haven't heard is my take the really important thing about this to understand is this woman has a. Degree, in economics from Boston University Not Boston College Boston, University Boston University, thirty years ago twenty five years ago had, a great president his name, with John Silber and he. Was fantastic education. He had done John Silber did a study of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results. Of his study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he could find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in, an American history textbook for students He was sounding the alarm twenty five thirty. Years ago on what's wrong. With American, public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not taught Alexander okay CEO Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics and, it's clear she doesn't know anything. And if this level this degree, of complete economic ignorance can get you a, degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong here. Is the first illustration questioning even if you reversed the Republican tax deal? That's only gonna make up, five percent. Of what we, need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education for everyone. And all your, other ideas and this is an excellent excellent question and in fact there's a lot of back of. The envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a Nobel prize economists last week I can't provide can say it's. Really weird but one of the things, that we saw is If, people pay their fair share if corporations and, the ultra wealthy for example as Warren buffet likes to say if he paid as. Much as his secretary paid fifteen percent if he paid a fifteen percent? Tax rate if corporations paid, if we. Reverse the tax, Bill but when raised our corporate tax rate to twenty eight percent which. Is not even, as high as it was before if we. If we do those two things and also close some, of those loopholes that's two trillion dollars right there Ladies gentlemen this is this is a this is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence this. Is entirely, incoherent and I call it ignorant is to give it too much But that's not all there's more Traffic, is sponsored by the ticket. Clinic an accident on one zero one southbound before rohnert park expressway is blocking the two. Right lanes blocked by a truck. Pulling a backhoe that's Jack night a disabled vehicle. Eighty westbound offramp to Richmond Parkway there's a stalled pickup, truck blocking lane to a crash San Jose northbound before totally, wrote a three car, accident there blocking the left lane San Jose northbound after eighty-seven that two car crash has now been moved to the shoulder a. Hit and run with no injuries westbound eighty. Just west of the metering lights there is a silver BMW on the right hand shoulder, westbound. Eighty just east of Susan Bali there's an orange traffic in lane three a. Hit and run with no injuries eastbound eighty just west of North Texas street that involves a big rig and a bicyclists both around the..

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"john silber" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Audio, soundbites are from Alexandria Contests He was on the daily, show which is a a pseudo comedy show on these pseudo comedy central network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that she had taught to Nobel prize economic winners and that she had it figured out how are we going to pay for everything she intends to give away now as you listen to this And, I apologize, if you've heard, it but the one thing you haven't heard, is my take the really important thing about this to. Understand is this. Woman has a degree in economics from Boston University not Boston, College Boston University, Boston University thirty years ago twenty five years ago had a great president his name with John Silber and he was fantastic education he had done John Silber did a study of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results. Of his study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he can find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in an, American history textbook for school students He was sounding the alarm twenty-five. Thirty years ago on what's. Wrong with, American public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not being taught Out examine your okay CEO Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics and, it's clear she doesn't know anything. And if this level this degree, of complete economic ignorance can get you a, degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong here. Is the first illustration questioning even if you reverse the Republican tax deal? That's only gonna make, up five. Percent of what, we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education for. Everyone and all, your other ideas this is an excellent excellent question and. In fact there's a lot of back. Of the envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a. Nobel prize economist last week I can't, say that it's really weird But one of the things that we saw is if people, pay their fair short share if. Corporations and the ultra wealthy for, example as warm bucket likes to say if, he paid as much as his secretary paid fifteen percent if he paid a fifteen. Percent tax rate if corporations paid we if we reverse the tax Bill? But when raised our, corporate tax. Rate to twenty, eight percent which is not even as high as it was before if. We if we, do those two things and also close some of those. Loopholes that's two trillion dollars right there Ladies don't on this is this is a this is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence this is entirely incoherent and I call it, ignorant is to give it too much Credit but that's not all there's more The voice of New York seven ten w o r it. Is seventy. Seven degrees at twelve thirty good afternoon I'm Lisa g a smoking ban, has gone. Into effect at all night you buildings there's been a deadly home invasion in queens with the, suspect killed by one of the homeowners and there's a push, to rename a street in the, Bronx the teen killed by. Gang members a case of mistaken identity this report is brought to..

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"john silber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Audio soundbites are from Alexandria k. feel contests She was on the daily show which is a a pseudo comedy show on, these, pseudo comedy central network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that, she had talked to Novell prize economic winners and that she hadn't figured out how are we going to pay for everything she intends to give away now as you listen to, this and I apologize if you've heard it but the. One thing you haven't heard is my take the really important thing about this to understand is this woman, has a degree, in economics, from Boston, University not Boston, College Boston University Boston University thirty years ago, twenty five years ago had a great president his name with. John Silber and. He was fantastic and education he had done John Silber, did a study of American has ruled textbooks And he. Released the results. Of his study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he can find was two paragraphs Paragraphs in an, American history textbook perhaps rural students He was sounding the alarm twenty five thirty. Years ago on what's wrong. With American, public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're, not being taught Alexander okay CEO Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics, and it's clear she doesn't know. Anything and if this level this. Degree of complete economic ignorance can get you, a degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong. Here is the first illustration question even if you reverse the Republican tax? Deal that's only gonna, make up. Five percent of, what we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education. For everyone and, all your other ideas this is an excellent excellent question. And in fact there's a lot of. Back of the envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a. Nobel prize economist last week I can't, say that it's really weird But one of the things that we saw, is if people pay their fair. Short share if corporations and the. Ultra wealthy for example as Warren buffet likes, to say if he paid as much as his secretary paid fifteen percents if he. Paid a fifteen percent tax rate if corporations paid if we reverse the? Tax Bill but when, raise our. Corporate tax rate, to twenty eight percent which is not even as high as it was. Before if we, if we do those two things and also close those. Loopholes that's cute trillion dollars right there Babies don't on this is this is a this. Is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence. This is entirely incoherent and I call it, ignorant is to give it too much Credit but that's not all there's more NewsRadio KLBJ John truly,.

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"john silber" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talkradio six eighty, WCBS the views and opinions you hear on talkradio six. Eighty WCBS wcbm.com are not necessarily those of the owners banishments employers and advertisers of w. CDM but they should be Audio soundbites are from Alexandria She, was on the daily show which is a a pseudo comedy show on the pseudo comedy, central, network on Thursday night And she was talking about Medicare for everybody Well everything for everybody and that she had to Nobel prize economic winners and that she had it figured out how are we gonna. Pay for everything she intends to get away now as you listen to, this and I apologize if you've heard it but the one thing you haven't heard is my take The really important thing about this to understand is, this woman has a degree in economics from Boston University Not Boston College, Boston University Boston University thirty years. Ago twenty five years ago had a great president is named John Silber and. He was fantastic and education he had done John Silber did a study of American has we're will textbooks And. He released the. Results of his study and one that I will never forget He said in one of the most common high school history textbooks The longest reference to ABRAHAM LINCOLN he can find was two paragraphs Two paragraphs in, an American history textbook for students He was sounding the alarm twenty five thirty. Years ago on what's wrong. With American, public education what students are being taught more importantly what they're not being taught Alexandra okay CEO Cortes is a graduate from Boston you she has a degree in economics, and it's clear she doesn't know. Anything and if this level this, degree of complete economic ignorance can get you, a degree in economics from a major American University then something is drastically terribly wrong. Here is the first illustration questioning even if you reverse the Republican tax? Deal that's only gonna, make up. Five percent of, what we need to pay for Medicare how do you pay for education. For everyone and, all your other ideas this is an excellent excellent question. And in fact there's a lot of. Back of the envelope stuff based on our values so for example I sat down with a. Nobel prize economist last week I can't, say that it's really weird But one of the things that we saw is if, people pay their fair share if. Corporations and the ultra wealthy for, example as Warren buffet likes to say if, he paid as much as his secretary paid fifteen percent if he paid a fifteen. Percent tax rate if corporations paid we if we reverse the tax Bill? But when raised our, corporate tax. Rate to twenty, eight percent which is not even as high as it was before if. We if we, do those two things and also close some of those. Loopholes that's two trillion dollars right there Ladies gentlemen this is this is a this is wandering aimlessly through our vocabulary In dire search of coherence this, is entirely incoherent and I call..

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"john silber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Paul divall didn't learn anything when Scott Brown went down in flames for the same turncoat crap Hey Scott Brown made. You know one or two votes that he probably. Shouldn't have made on the financial side but it was nothing like this nothing like this eight four four five hundred forty two forty two speaking of Charlie Baker scandals. Fifth arrested state trooper overtime fraud investigation a fifth member of. The Massachusetts state police was. Arrested, in connection with a federal corruption probe this morning. For embezzling more. Than. Fourteen thousand dollars in no-show overtime chefs he tried to cover up like others by. Writing fake tickets these are the ghost tickets Darren the, young of Oxbridge age fifty six now retired they all, retired, see they figured they could still get. Their pension and a, Beasley to keep their pension if they're. Convicted of a felony if they're already collecting he made one hundred and seventy nine thousand dollars In two thousand sixteen including sixty three thousand dollars in overtime and of. That sixty three thousand and overtime fourteen thousand sixty two, dollars was for hours that he failed to work And he he was making seventy five dollars. An hour on those fake chefs and his. His attorney is Brad Bailey who's the former high sheriff of Middlesex County He's had a lot of high profile criminal cases and he said he's looking forward to answering these charges that's why he. Retired because he wanted to answer the charges I mean they got. These guys cold you know I mean they they apparently they can they can, measure when your cruiser is turned off because all these guys get to keep the cruisers so this guy's cruiser was. Turned off when he was allegedly, working these chefs and, then he. Then they also have copies of all. These tickets were the were. Just carbon copies basically of tickets he wrote on his real. Shift but Charlie Baker says no problems nothing to see here. Folks move along we have fixed the problem there, is no more troop e out on the Massachusetts turnpike. It is now known as and I'm not making this up I saw with my own eyes on Friday Troop h And the h stands, for honest you could trust troop h they're not like. The others honest, eight four four or five hundred forty two. Forty. Two Jack you're next with. Howie Carr, go ahead Jack Thanks for taking my call I would like to urge all of your listeners. When it comes to voting in the gubernatorial election coming up to do exactly, what tall Davao that's fake Abakar did during the presidential election which you mentioned which has to hand in a blank, ballot I think that's what he said he wanted when, he was, going, to do and I would urge all of. The. Voters in Massachusetts to do. The same thing Well I mean you know, you have an option in September Jack well in September yes but November though yeah You. Know what I. Mean Actually, he's a democrat? Anyways like you know what. We're all set with him can you imagine if the, Democrats Charlie just go away Yeah you know. What even, even if the Democrats had Marcia Coakley I think they could win pretty, easily this time around people are so fed up I mean not that Marcia Coakley is a hall, of Famer or anything like that but I think she, she barely, lost in two thousand fourteen and she's one of the worst candidates. The side, of Hillary Clinton and and people are just I mean the Charlie baker's erstwhile base is just so, fed up with, them you know if you if you. Just had, someone on the democrat side who who was slightly less than insane they would the that'd be that'd, be in good shape you know I can remember when the Democrats used the nominate people, who are more conservative? Than the Republicans mean definitely. In one thousand nine hundred seventy eight when it was Ed king versus Frank catches as recently as nineteen ninety you could make the argument that John Silber despite his ties to the Bulger's. Was, more conservative than William Weld but I mean these these these ones they got on the side now I mean you know there's an old saying. In politics, you can't beat somebody with nobody and the Democrats got nobody thanks for. The call Jack six oh three says don't blame me I voted for mafi now that was our, bumper sticker that we had when when tall when small, divall was, elected meeting mufti Healy the Keri Healey the Lieutenant governor of Mitt. Romney eight, four four or five hundred forty two forty two four four one three says I don't forget about, Brown being caught, bike riding with live shots sickening yeah. That was, seconding but but you know it again though it's it's still a misdemeanor politically speaking crime wise compared to what Baker has been up to these last few years Seventy-one says fourteen grand is. Chrome seriously bigger fish to fry I don't think so he's. A sworn cop as. The US. Attorney, Andrew welling, said today I. Mean he he had a bad she had a gun he had a he had a big pension coming to he had a cruiser he was and. Before he was a state trooper he, was, a he was a regular missile cop, he, had, he. Was a cop of one form or another for thirty two years any capped his career. By, stealing over ten, thousand bucks from the tax payers according, to the indictment eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Rambo four one three any news on groping Baker Get back to me on Friday. I think whatever news is gonna break it's gonna break on a Friday maybe not. This Friday maybe the Friday before labor not won't be the Friday before Labor Day I guarantee you that, because, that's, close to the primary election, I'm, sure, the, spotlight, team. Is all over this one Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty. Two Leon you're next with Howie Carr go ahead leeann Hi how. Are you good Yeah they look this condition. With, the media in country yeah I. Have. A. Very on this? Okay I used to walk through. The, grocery aisles with my mother back. In Yeah. And when we came up to the register was all these magazine Yup Oh hell no they still have magazines at some. Supermarkets Yeah And then I want to the. Sixties I'm going to the supermarkets and the same. Thing, yeah I? Went through with what's the point what's let's go let's. Go through the decades what's the point the point. Is Stupid is as stupid does well, you're right you know and the and. The the fact is, that with the world. At their fingertips on, their, smartphones, people are dumber now than. They were, when, you get the you're reading the magazines? Thanks for the. Call Leon Mike you're next. With Howie Carr? Go ahead Mike Oh God Howie. You know, I, was just telling grace I work. My fanny off on the Cape. And what my businesses I put my you know. My, reputation on, the line, I get a lot of you know talking on WNYC k. I you know I I had, met with them and gave them that. Campaign money today you, know Charlie you've got. To look the part, you, gotta, get that tooth fixed I. Remember the night I did I was. The only one, brave enough to say it to. Him I'm, like, hey you're gonna. Look the part. You got. It you, gotta be, it, and you know what I am so embarrassed that he has done this to. Us I mean he's definitely the wolf in sheep's clothing he pulled. A fast, one on us and I remember, I got my tickets to go. To the ball odd, gal me and my wife. Went when Trump one and you know I remember a. Week before that he's like oh I'm? Not, going I'm not.

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"john silber" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Position in the state government sarah important though i would love to bring it out to the forefront so that it is very visible and that's my goal if i am to become a next state auditor but the how i got involved in the first place was in the eighty nineties i was working at the bso and the boston symphony orchestra to where i really started my my career they are in the performing arts i don't i'm not a musician but i play one on tv and i really enjoyed being volunteer and on a campaign and i walked into john silver's campaign and they said hey you're going to be way midtown coordinator i never ever did that before people don't know john silber was the democratic candidate for governor back in one thousand nine hundred ninety ninety yes it's ninety and so i kinda got the bug then i wasn't very politically active in college and i definitely had views but john silber sort of was the spark there in anyway so i worked on that campaign and then i was rather discouraged after not just because he lost but kept paying attention and i felt that someday when i grow up maybe i'd run for office which which i did but i didn't think i'd run for republican because i was a democrat back then but i also realized back then that if he ran as a democrat in the state you're pretty much beholden to a very centralized power structure up there in which i think even people with the best of intentions that are running as democrats are gonna have a hard time breaking through that sailing of the power structure that's that is basically beacon hill today so speaker of the senate president very whole all all the keys especially if you're in the legislature into them right and and so i did run against cory atkins and that was more of a state rep and i live in a very very liberal community and i knew very up i live in concord mass violate a very important role in state government it's the watchdog of taxpayers.

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"john silber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Yeah well they stopped you know they they wanted to they wanted to basically shut up quotas in the colleges in california and the the asians were willing we're able to stop it in in sacramento in the assembly and you know i don't know how long that's going to they're going to be able to to prevail get out but they they did they did once we'll see what happens in this suit against harvard we'll see what happens in new york city with the blasios trying to do away with the the tests on the exam schools if they do away with the tests then they're not really exam schools they're they're not elite schools anymore you know it's just funny to me that if some talk show personality does like an asian impersonation of tom brady's agent though the left wing is up in arms is the worst thing that ever happened but systemic discrimination against a broad swath of asian the asian american population that will prevent them from advancing in their in their career and having families and being well off economically not a peep they actually have support that i remember this was like i don't know twenty five thirty years ago in boston the president of the state senate billy baldwin whitey bulger's brother the gangsters brother he he was close to the president of boston university john silber who actually ran for governor and bolger talked him in to giving scholarships to boston university the school that silber was the president of to all the valedictorians in the boston public high schools and i think bolger all bolger always assumed that it would be you know people from his neighborhood like west ri irish italian kids from west roxbury south boston brighton and when they started giving them out it was all chinese kids all asian kids and a lot of them you know had a lot of them were from families of boat people and then only been in the country for ten fifteen years but they were working so hard that they were getting all the slots in i don't think bolger was particularly angry about it but he was very surprised that that you know he even though that only been in the country for a handful of years the the asians were were outperforming all the other groups and it was just because they were.

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"john silber" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john silber" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"They call it insurance dino when i was in college at emerson college the president of b u boston university was john silber he ended up running for governor uh or mayor of boston i think it was mayor boston but he be went into politics after being the president of the eu's a controversial bu president but he he was he was trumpian they used to say calm silber shockers when he was running for office and other sober shocker today and so when he was president of b u he took out insurance on every life insurance on every incoming freshman and he was like this is a unique way to give back to the b u community he's talking about if they die he figure it out he looked around the b use a big school and he he looked at the stats any noticed that every year x number of students die whether it's accidents or disease or whatever they used a huge university and he crunch the numbers and he said to himself if i take out an insurance policy on every student i'll end up making money every year okay in a fiduciary sense it made made perfect sense and he couldn't believe that the bu community was up in arms that he had taken out life insurance policies on all the students and he was like it's a great way for us to make it's free money it's right there amazing right.

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