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"kate bond" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"kate bond" Discussed on WBUR

"Would infer Kyra's doll. It's Thursday, April 15th good to have you with us A couple big economic stories to start us off the Biden administration hit Russia with a raft of sanctions Today, one actually cuts off Russian government bonds from the U. S banking system. That's a big deal. The sanctions are consequences for divisive disinformation campaigns during the 2020 election and over one of the biggest infrastructure hacks to date. The so called solar winds breach from December that compromised US security agencies and companies and that one we're still waiting to see what it might mean for our economy. Marketplaces. Scott Tongue has an update. The solar ones. Hack is what's called the supply chain attack. The White House says Russian spies broke into software that tens of thousands of companies and government agencies depend on Dmitri Alperovitch at Silverado Policy Accelerator, a think tank. Says the hackers. Main focus is intelligence secrets, but they also compromise multiple software companies. With the goal, seeming to be to find vulnerabilities in the product, maybe even try to introduce backdoors were still critical information and it's clear what the Russians are doing are stockpiling as many of the supply chain vulnerabilities as possible. These vulnerabilities threatened all of us who use say Microsoft programs, says Stewart Baker. He's a former national Security Agency lawyer now at the law firm Steptoe and Johnson. None of us is an island. We all trust the people who write the software that we are using. And if those folks fall down where next We're talking about the digital plumbing of modern life. Cyber analysts say hardware like Cisco routers was also infiltrated in the solar winds. Hack as were parts of the power grid says she fell effect E at the University of Richmond. We trust these algorithms and these interconnected networks to make decisions for us that humans might not always know how to override those systems. The hackers have burrowed in, she says. But how deeply and what the Russians ultimate plans are remain unknown. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. Now to happier topics. Spring is in the air and in our spending step two items on that today. Retail sales jumped 10% in March, the biggest increase we've seen since last May. And jobless claims fell to their lowest level since the pandemic started. And within that data are plenty of hints about where the economy is headed. Marketplaces. Justin Hope got into that one. First, Let's look at jobless claims Kate Bond, and economists with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, says the numbers very week to week, but she's been looking at the four week moving average. The four week moving average helps smooth with any atypical blips. That average dropped by 50,000 claims. Bond says That's a solid sign that the economy is laying the groundwork for recovery. We need to make sure that that recovery is shared among all workers, but what we need is a solid foundation of job growth, and we're getting to that place another sign retail spending, jumping by double digits in several categories. Motor vehicles and parts electronics, building materials, sporting goods department stores. That's George Perks macro strategist that bespoke investment group, he says that kind of spending can ripple throughout the economy. For instance, look at food and the fact that spending at restaurants rose by more than spending at grocery stores. That's going to have a bigger impact on employment on tax receipts, Controversial real estate market Some of that spending might be a little too hot at the moment. Wells Fargo senior economist him, Quinlan says, Look at motor vehicle and parts sales up 15% from last month. You don't need to replace your car that regularly so there is some risk. We could see some softening in those categories the middle part of this year. If that happens, Quinlan says, any weakness could be outweighed by strength and services. Spending is the economy opens up. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? On Wall Street today. Oh, hey, What do you know? Record highs. Finally, we're on the same page. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Nearly 124 million people. Almost half of the adults in the United States have gotten at least one dose of the covert vaccine. But the distribution is still not even in most states. The Kaiser.

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"kate bond" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"kate bond" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Good to have you with us A couple big economic stories to start us off the Biden administration hit Russia with a raft of sanctions Today, one actually cuts off Russian government bonds from the U. S banking system. That's a big deal. The sanctions are consequences for divisive disinformation campaigns during the 2020 election and over one of the biggest infrastructure hacks to date, the so called solar winds breach from December that compromised US security agencies and companies. And that one. We're still waiting to see what it might mean for our economy. Marketplaces. Scott Tongue has an update. The solar ones. Hack is what's called the supply chain attack. The White House says Russian spies broke into software that tens of thousands of companies and government agencies depend on Dmitri Alperovitch at Silverado Policy Accelerator, a think tank, says the hackers. Main focus is intelligence secrets, but they also compromise multiple software companies. With the goal, seeming to be to find vulnerabilities in their product. Maybe even try to introduce backdoors or still critical information, and it's clear what the Russians are doing. They're stockpiling as many of the supply chain vulnerabilities as possible. These vulnerabilities threatened all of us who you say Microsoft programs, says Stewart Baker. He's a former national Security Agency lawyer now at the law firm Steptoe and Johnson. None of us is an island. We all trust the people who write the software that we are using. And if Those folks fall down where next? We're talking about the digital plumbing of modern life. Cyber analysts say. Hardware like Cisco routers was also infiltrated in the solar winds Hack as were parts of the power grid, says she fel sector at the University of Richmond. We trust these algorithms and these interconnected networks to make decisions for us that humans might not always know how to override those systems The hackers have burrowed in, she says. But how deeply and what the Russians ultimate plans are remain unknown. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. Now to happier topics. Spring is in the air and in our spending step two items on that today. Retail sales jumped 10% in March, the biggest increase we've seen since last May. And jobless claims fell to their lowest level since the pandemic started. And within that data are plenty of hints about where the economy is headed. Marketplaces. Justin Hope got into that one. First Let's look at jobless clients, Kate Bond, and economists with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, says the numbers very week to week, but she's been looking at the four week moving average. The four week moving average helps smooth any atypical blips. That average dropped by 50,000 claims, Bond says That's a solid sign that the economy is laying the groundwork for recovery. I need to make sure that that recovery is shared among all workers. But what we need is a solid foundation of job growth, and we're getting to that place. Another sign retail spending, jumping by double digits in several categories. Motor vehicles and parts electronics, building materials, sporting goods department stores. That's George Perks macro strategist that bespoke investment group, he says. That kind of spending can ripple throughout the economy. For instance, look at food and the fact that spending at restaurants rose by more than spending at grocery stores. That's gonna have a bigger impact on employment on tax receipts. Controversial real estate market. Some of that spending might be a little too hot at the moment, Wells Fargo senior economist him, Quinlan says. Look at motor vehicle and parts sales up 15% from last month. You don't need to replace your car that regularly so there is some risk. We could see some softening in those categories the middle part of this year. If that happens, Quinlan says, any weakness could be outweighed by strength and services. Spending is the economy opens up. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? On Wall Street today. Oh, hey, What do you know? Record highs. Finally, we're on the same page. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Nearly 124 million people. Almost half of the adults in the United States have gotten at least one dose of the covert vaccine. But the distribution is still not even in most states. The Kaiser Family Foundation found that white residents are being vaccinated at higher rates than black residents on average, more than 1.5 times higher. In Philadelphia. Public health advocates are trying a new strategy. Walk in vaccine clinics. Market places him at the fields reports. Good afternoon. How you gonna help me? We have are you you're covered for your second shot. That's right. In the parking lot outside Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Philadelphia. There is pretty much always aligned five days a week. Anyone who lives in one of the cities hardest hit zip codes can just walk up and get a covert vaccine. No appointment necessary. Johnson and Johnson. I'll be that line over there against the wall. Let me see your I d, sir. On a recent Wednesday, the clinic was offering to vaccines J and J, which is now on pause and Madonna. You're.

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"kate bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"kate bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Oakland. I'm Molly would infer Kyra's doll. It's Thursday, April 15th good to have you with us A couple big economic stories to start us off the Biden administration hit Russia with a raft of sanctions Today, one actually cuts off Russian government bonds from the U. S banking system. That's a big deal. The sanctions are consequences for divisive disinformation campaigns during the 2020 election and over one of the biggest infrastructure hacks to date. The so called solar winds breach from December that compromised US security agencies and companies and that one we're still waiting to see what it might mean for our economy. Marketplaces. Scott Tongue has an update. The solar ones. Hack is what's called the supply chain attack. The White House says Russian spies broke into software that tens of thousands of companies and government agencies depend on Dmitri Alperovitch at Silverado Policy Accelerator, a think tank, says the hackers. Main focus is intelligence secrets, but they also compromise multiple software companies. With the goal, seeming to be to find vulnerabilities in the product, maybe even try to introduce backdoors were still critical information, and it's clear what the Russians are doing. They're stockpiling as many of the supply chain vulnerabilities. It's possible these vulnerabilities threatened all of us who you say Microsoft programs, says Stewart Baker. The former National Security Agency lawyer now at the law firm Steptoe and Johnson. None of us is an island. We all trust the people who write the software that we are using. And if those folks fall down where next? We're talking about the digital plumbing of modern life, cyber analysts say hardware like Cisco routers was also infiltrated in the solar winds. Hack As were parts of the power grid, says she fel effective at the University of Richmond. We trust these algorithms and these interconnected networks to make decisions for us that humans might not always know how to override those systems. The hackers have burrowed in, she says. But how deeply and what the Russians ultimate plans are remain unknown. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. Now to happier topics. Spring is in the air and in our spending step two items on that today. Retail sales jumped 10% in March, the biggest increase we've seen since last May. And jobless claims fell to their lowest level since the pandemic started. And within that data are plenty of hints about where the economy is headed. Marketplaces. Justin Hope got into that one. First, Let's look at jobless claims Kate Bond, and economists with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, says the numbers very week to week, but she's been looking at the four week moving average or week. Moving average helps smooth any atypical blips. That average dropped by 50,000 claims, Bond says That's a solid sign that the economy is laying the groundwork for recovery. I need to make sure that that recovery is shared among all workers. But what we need is a solid foundation of job growth, and we're getting to that place. Another sign retail spending, jumping by double digits in several categories. Motor vehicles and parts electronics, building materials, sporting goods department stores. That's George Perks macro strategist that bespoke investment group, he says that kind of spending can ripple throughout the economy. For instance, look at food and the fact that spending at restaurants rose by more than spending at grocery stores. That's going to have a bigger impact on employment on tax receipts, controversial real estate market. Some of that spending might be a little too hot at the moment, Wells Fargo senior economist him, Quinlan says. Look at motor vehicle and parts sales up 15% from last month. You don't need to replace your car that regularly so there is some risk. We could see some softening in those categories in the middle part of this year. If that happens, Quinlan says, any weakness could be outweighed by strength and services. Spending is the economy opens up. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? On Wall Street today. Oh, hey, What do you know? Record highs. Finally, we're on the same page. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Nearly 124 million.

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"kate bond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"kate bond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"April 15th good to have you with US couple big economic stories to start us off. Biden administration hit Rough Russia with a raft of sanctions today, one actually cuts off Russian government bonds from the U. S banking system. That's a big deal. The sanctions are consequences for divisive disinformation campaigns during the 2020 election. And over one of the biggest infrastructure hacks to date, the so called solar winds breach from December They compromised US security agencies and companies and that one we're still waiting to see what it might mean for our economy. Marketplaces. Scott Tongue has an update. The solar ones. Hack is what's called the supply chain attack. The White House says Russian spies broke into software that tens of thousands of companies and government agencies depend on Dmitri Alperovitch at Silverado Policy Accelerator, a think tank, says the hackers. Main focus is intelligence secrets, but they also compromise multiple software companies. With the goal, seeming to be to find vulnerabilities in the product, maybe even try to introduce backdoors or still critical information, and it's clear what the Russians are doing are stockpiling as many of the supply chain vulnerabilities as possible. These vulnerabilities threatened all of us who you say Microsoft programs, says Stewart Baker is a former National Security Agency lawyer now at the law firm Steptoe and Johnson. None of us is an island. We all trust the people who write the software that we are using. And if those folks fall down where next We're talking about the digital plumbing of modern life. Cyber analysts say. Hardware like Cisco routers was also infiltrated in the solar winds Hack as were parts of the power grid, says she fel sector at the University of Richmond. We trust these algorithms and these interconnected networks to make decisions for us that humans might not always know how to override those systems. The hackers have burrowed in, she says. But how deeply and what the Russians ultimate plans are remain unknown. I'm Scott Tong for Marketplace. Now to happier topics. Spring is in the air and in our spending step two items on that today. Retail sales jumped 10% in March, the biggest increase we've seen since last May. And jobless claims fell to their lowest level since the pandemic started. And within that data are plenty of hints about where the economy is headed. Marketplaces. Justin Hope got into that one. First Let's look at jobless clients, Kate Bond, and economists with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, says the numbers very week to week, but she's been looking at the four week moving average or week. Moving average helps smooth with any atypical blips. That average dropped by 50,000 claims. Bond says That's a solid sign that the economy is laying the groundwork for recovery. We need to make sure that that recovery is shared among all workers, but what we need is a solid foundation of job growth, and we're getting to that place another sign retail spending, jumping by double digits in several categories. Motor vehicles and parts electronics, building materials, sporting goods department stores. That's George Perks macro strategist that bespoke investment group, he says. That kind of spending can ripple throughout the economy. For instance, look at food and the fact that spending at restaurants rose by more than spending at grocery stores. That's gonna have a bigger impact on employment on tax receipts. Controversial real estate market. Some of that spending might be a little too hot at the moment, Wells Fargo senior economist him, Quinlan says. Look at motor vehicle and parts sales up 15% from last month. You don't need to replace your car that regularly so there is some risk. We could see some softening in those categories the middle part of this year. If that happens, Quinlan says, any weakness could be outweighed by strength and services. Spending is the economy opens up. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? On Wall Street today. Oh, hey, What do you know? Record highs. Finally, we're on the same page. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Nearly 124 million people. Almost half of the adults in the United States.

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"kate bond" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"kate bond" Discussed on KCRW

"Molly would infer Kyra's doll. It's Thursday, April 15th good to have you with US couple big economic stories to start us off. Biden administration hit Rough Russia with a raft of sanctions today, one actually cuts off Russian government bonds from the U. S banking system. That's a big deal. The sanctions are consequences for divisive disinformation campaigns during the 2020 election. And over one of the biggest infrastructure hacks to date. The so called solar winds breach from December that compromise US security agencies and companies and that one we're still waiting to see what it might mean for our economy. Marketplaces. Scott Tongue has an update. The solar ones. Hack is what's called the supply chain attack. The White House says Russian spies broke into software that tens of thousands of companies and government agencies depend on Dmitri Alperovitch at Silverado Policy Accelerator, a think tank, says the hackers. Main focus is intelligence secrets, but they also compromise multiple software companies. With the goal, seeming to be to find vulnerabilities in the product, maybe even try to introduce backdoors were still critical information and it's clear what the Russians are doing. They're stockpiling as many of these supply chain vulnerabilities as possible. These vulnerabilities threatened all of us who you say Microsoft programs, says Stewart Baker. He's a former national Security Agency lawyer now at the law firm Steptoe and Johnson. None of us is an island. We all trust the people who write the software that we are using. And if those folks fall down, we're next. We're talking about the digital plumbing of modern life, cyber analysts say. Hardware like Cisco routers was also infiltrated in the solar winds hack as were parts of the power grid, says Schaffel Sector at the University of Richmond. We trust these algorithms and these interconnected networks to make decisions for us that humans might not always know how to override those systems The hackers have burrowed in, she says. But how deeply and what the Russians ultimate plans are remain unknown. I'm Scott Tongue for marketplace. Now to happier topics. Spring is in the air and in our spending step two items on that today. Retail sales jumped 10% in March, the biggest increase we've seen since last May. And jobless claims fell to their lowest level since the pandemic started. And within that data are plenty of hints about where the economy is headed. Marketplaces. Justin Hope got into that one. First Let's look at jobless clients. Kate Bond, an economist with the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, says the numbers very week to week, but she's been looking at the four week moving average. The four week moving average helps smooth with any atypical blips. That average dropped by 50,000 claims. Bond says That's a solid sign that the economy is laying the groundwork for recovery. We need to make sure that that recovery is shared among all workers, but what we need is a solid foundation of job growth, and we're getting to that place another sign retail spending, jumping by double digits in several categories. Motor vehicles and parts electronics building materials, sporting goods department stores. That's George Perks macro strategist that bespoke investment group, he says. That kind of spending can ripple throughout the economy. For instance, look at food and the fact that spending at restaurants rose by more than spending at grocery stores that's going to have a bigger impact on employment on tax receipts, Controversial real estate market. Some of that spending might be a little too hot at the moment, Wells Fargo senior economist him, Quinlan says. Look at motor vehicle and parts sales up 15% from last month. You don't need to replace your car that regularly so there is some risk. We could see some softening in those categories the middle part of this year. If that happens, Quinlan says, any weakness could be outweighed by strength and services. Spending is the economy opens up. I'm Justin. How for marketplace? On Wall Street today. Oh, hey, What do you know? Record highs. Finally, we're on the same page. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Nearly 124 million people..

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"kate bond" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:32 min | 7 months ago

"kate bond" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Then Kate Bond of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. On efforts to raise the federal minimum wage and the economic impact it could have. C SPAN's Washington Journal Live at seven Eastern Friday morning and be sure to watch Washington Journal on Saturday at 9 A.m. Eastern. As we mark the 75th anniversary of Winston Churchill's Iron Curtain speech, regarded as one of the Cold War's most iconic speeches, We'll take your calls and tweets live on the air, looking back on the speech. Next from Wednesday, Secretary of State Anthony Blanket, giving his first major speech on U. S foreign policy. Good morning, my phone Americans. Five weeks ago, I was sworn in as your secretary of state. My job is to represent the United States to the world to fight for the interests and values of the American people. When President Biden asked me to serve, he made sure that I understood that my job is to deliver for you. To make your lives more secure, create opportunity for you and your families and tackle the global crises that are increasingly shaping your futures. I take this responsibility very seriously. And an important part of the job is speaking to you about what we're doing. And why. Later today, President Biden will share what's called the interim strategic guidance on our national security and foreign policy. It gives initial direction to our national security agencies so that they can get to work right away. While we keep developing a more in depth national security strategy over the next several months, the interim guidance lays out the global landscape. As the bite administration sees, it explains the priorities of our foreign policy and specifically how we will renew America's strength to meet the challenges and seized the opportunities of our time. So for this my first major speeches secretary. I'm going to walk through a walk you through how American diplomacy will carry out the president's strategy. If we do our jobs, right, you'll be able to check our work to see the links between what we're doing around the world and the goals and values layout. Today. I know that foreign policy can sometimes feel disconnected from our daily lives. It's either all about major threats like pandemics, terrorism or fades from view. That's in part because it's often about people and events on the other side of the world, and it's about things you don't see like crises stop before they start or negotiations that happened out of sight. But it's also because those of us who conduct foreign policy haven't always done a good job connecting it to the needs and aspirations. Of the American people. As a result, for some time now Americans have been asking tough but fair questions about what we're doing, how we're leading. Indeed, whether we should be leading at all. With this in mind, we've set the foreign policy priorities for the Biden administration by asking a few simple questions. What will our foreign policy mean for American workers and their families? What do we need to Do around the world to make a stronger here at home. And what do we need to do at home to make a stronger in the world? The answers to these questions aren't the same as they were in 2017 or 2000 and nine. Yes, many of us serving in the bite administration also proudly serve President Obama, including President Biden, and we did a great deal of good work to restore America's leadership in the world, to which Leave hard one diplomatic breakthroughs like the deal that stopped Iran from producing a nuclear weapon and to bring the world together to tackle climate change. Our foreign policy fit the moment as any good strategy should, but this is a different time. So our strategy and approach are different. We're not simply picking up where we left off, as if the past four years didn't happen. We're looking at the world with fresh eyes. Having said that, while the Times have changed, some principles are enduring one is that American leadership and engagement matter. We're hearing this now from our friends. They're glad we're back. Whether we like it or not. The world does not organize itself. When the U. S pulls back, one of two things is likely to happen either. Another country tries to take our place, but not in a way that advances are interesting about Use or maybe just is bad. No one steps up, and then we get chaos and all the dangers that creates Secretary of State Blinken yesterday. Either way, That's not good for America. Another enduring principle is that we need countries to cooperate. Now, more than ever. Not a single global challenge that affects your lives can be met by any one nation acting alone, not even one as powerful as the United States, and there is no wall high enough or strong enough to hold back. The change is transforming our world. That's where the institution I'm privileged to lead comes in. It's the role of the State Department and America's diplomats and development workers to engage around the world and build that cooperation. President Biden has pledged to lead with diplomacy because it's the best way to deal with today's challenges. At the same time, we'll make sure that we continue to have the world's most powerful armed forces. Our ability to be effective. Diplomats depends in no small measure on the strength of our military. And in everything we do well look not only to make progress on short term problems, but also to address the root causes and lay the groundwork for our long term strength. As the president says to not only build back but build back better. So here's our plan. First, we will stop covert 19 and strengthen global health security. The pandemic is defined lives are Lives for more than a year to beat it back. We need governments, scientists, businesses and communities around the world working together, none of us will be fully safe until the majority of the world is immune, because as long as the virus is replicating, it could mutate into new strains that find their way back to America. So we need to work closely with partners to keep the global vaccination effort moving forward. At the same time. We need to make sure we learn the right lessons and make the right investments in global health security, including tools to predict, prevent and stop pandemics and.

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"kate bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"kate bond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But I think going back to Heather's piece and it is worth everybody reading. I mean, she talked to some folks there who are really eking by on really small amounts of money from the states in which they live and you look at that and think about them Building the bridge to the other side and and you just have to feel like There is a huge degree of impossibility there. If you're trying to get by on 87 bucks a week is somebody she profiled is and it gets incredibly difficult, if not impossible, So I'm an optimist at heart. But the things more pessimistic as each day wears on. Do you read that piece? David Gora MSNBC had along at the Washington Post. Thanks you too. Thanks. Thank you. Nice weekend on Wall Street today. Well was varying degrees of lousy. Actually, We'll have the details when we do the numbers. So to others point about women leaving the Labor Force. One of the reasons the unemployment rate fell in this morning's report was something called the Labor Force participation rate. Basically, how many people are out there? Looking for work right now, and there were fewer of them last month, so the rate fell and especially women, four times more women than men dropped out of the Labor force last month. That continues a trend we've seen since this pandemic started. And it's a reality that is going to have long term ramifications for this economy. Marketplaces Justin Ho is on that one. Women disproportionately hold the types of jobs that have been lost during the pandemic, says economics professor Betsy Stevenson at the University of Michigan. There's the caring jobs, the socializing jobs, the jobs where we need to interact with other people. Teachers, retail workers, nurses Women also there more responsibility than men at home, says Yana Rogers of the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers University. In terms of the gap in doing child care and housework that has grown even more. A quarter of women are considering reducing hours switching to a less demanding jobs or leaving the workforce altogether, according to a report this week from the consulting firm McKinsey and Company. Leaving. The labor force has long term implications for women, says Kate Bond at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth Reduces Future Income Increases produces retirement contributions It reduces with the ability to move up the career ladder, women dropping out of the workforce threatens to end decades of progress is women's Paya slowly started to rise, Bond says that's boosted economic growth. And when we lose that, as they are in this current recession, we can imagine that it's going to have really long term significant impact on the health of our economy. The economy will eventually bring back jobs in those industries that disproportionately employ women, says economist Sarah How's that? Wells Fargo? Do you look at the demographics of this country? We're only going to need more and more health care That's most female dominated industry that there is but women who rejoin the workforce when those jobs come back will still pay a price. I'm Justin Ho from our place. Okay, A smidge More labor market news here this of the visa variety. The Trump Administration doesn't want to let Mohr foreign workers into this economy temporarily, it says, and specifically workers.

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"kate bond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kate bond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Leaving the Labor Force. One of the reasons the unemployment rate fell in this morning's report was something called the Labor Force participation rate. Basically, how many people are out there? Looking for work right now, and there were fewer of them last month, so the raid fell and especially women, four times more women than men dropped out of the Labor force last month. That continues a trend we've seen since this pandemic started. And it's a reality that is going to have long term ramifications for this economy. Marketplaces Justin Ho is on that one. Women disproportionately hold the types of jobs that have been lost during the pandemic, says economics professor Betsy Stevenson. At the University of Michigan. There's the caring job socialising jobs, the jobs where we need to interact with other people, Teachers, retail workers, nurses Women. Also there more responsibility than men at home, says Ya know Rogers of the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers University. In terms of the gap in doing child care and housework that has grown even more. A quarter of women are considering reducing hours switching to a less demanding jobs or leaving the workforce altogether, according to a report this week from the consulting firm McKinsey and Company. Leaving the labor force has long term implications for women, says Kate Bond that the Washington Center for Equitable Growth reduces Future income increases produces retirement contributions it reduces with the ability to move up the career ladder. Women dropping out of the workforce threatens to end decades of progress. As women's Paya slowly started to rise, Bond says that's boosted economic growth. And when we lose that, as they are in this current recession, we can imagine that is goingto have really long term significant impact on the health of our economy. The economy will eventually bring back jobs in those industries that disproportionately employ women, says economist Sarah How's that? Wells Fargo? Do you look at the demographics of this country? We're only going to need more and more health care that's mostly male dominated industry that there is but women who rejoin the workforce when those jobs come back, will still pay a price. I'm just in Ho for marketplace. Okay, a smidge More labor market news here.

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"kate bond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"kate bond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Learning together my name is doctor later man I'm a cancer doctor could say why the heck do I wanna listen to a cancer doctor talk about cancer patients well number one it's interesting to know what's going on in the world number two you might learn enough medicines so that you don't get some bad recommendations for some recommendations that you don't really want you don't want to be a pasion with buyer's remorse and add unnecessary surgery on your nose or ear or face or breast or longer pancreas or liver bladder or prostate or colon you probably want to get the best possible care and so often as you'll see in the next few minutes many patients go to bigger hospitals they don't necessarily learn about all the options why not I went to medical school to help people I went to medical school not to so chemo not to push drugs not to do unnecessary surgery but to do the right thing and help each patient that I could and that's what I do and that's what you'll see in the next few minutes he should get a paper and pencil and why because of the a lot of things you want to write down during the show I can promise you that they'll be a lot of things I think you want to write down let's say that and so gonna jump right in the world chance to talk together whenever you want my name is Dr Lieberman I want to talk about an article you should talk just about patience but there's an article in this article was in the New England journal of medicine which is the most prestigious medical journal in America and then there was the synopsis in the Wall Street journal so two prominent articles one by Melanie Evans was published in the Wall Street journal and it's entitled hospitals merged quality didn't improve with the subtitle of the quality of care in hospitals acquired during the recent wave of dealmaking got worse or stay the same new research found well how does that affect you know so often I see patients every day I see patients and I see patients I went to X. Y. super duper pooper scooper hospital as if that was the seal that everything took took place there was so fantastic well we know about that because you talk about that every day and then there's certain small hospitals let's say X. Y. C. hospitals it is X. Y. Z. hospitals are taken over by the super duper hospitals a super duper all schools put their name on it so as of X. Y. Z. so I was super duper hospital over that name is and you know what I'm talking about super duper hospital now all right over the New York area the fact all over United States the big hospitals are buying out the little hospitals and they're raising the rates the rates used to be proportional to the size of the complex in the hospital well if super duper hospital buys a little hospital they may raise the rates doubled or tripled over a beat much much higher and the question is does the care get fatter when super duper hospital buys a little hospital remember a lot of the smaller hospitals or community hospitals that are run in the community by people that you would know that community and they try their best to give care and they have their limitations of course all hospitals to because hospitals are very complex and are not very efficient at giving medical care trying to get a picture with me or a cat scanner cat scan or MRI we can usually range in minutes and you'll have your results in minutes you have the disk in your hand you have the report but high quality best in New York places while you're done Osborne often takes weeks or longer time and then you go looking for the reporter the desk in the Kuwait more weeks it's in a fish in the hospitals are in the fishing vessel out the simply lined it's very in addition and very costly and very noisy well this whole article talks about this quality get better when the super duper hospital buys a little hospitals and she writes Melanie Evans writes in the Wall Street journal this is from an article from New England journal of medicine quote the quality of care hospitals acquired during a recent wave of deal making gets worse new research finds a blow to the frequently cited rationale for tie ups yeah the big houses they were gonna buy little hospital maker so fantastic well the facts are when they look at the quality of care it doesn't get better or gets worse because all of a sudden instead of having a local person running the hospital they have someone in the distance site running it and obviously they're looking for one thing which may be profits so not necessarily to raise the quality and she goes on to say that hospital mergers and acquisition activity have surged in recent years we know that if you look around New York so many of the hospitals and bought out by one or two or three of the big boys and they say well we're buying the hospital quote and she writes quote the greater size will boost quality with new investments in your other improvements as deal makers benefit from each other's strengths well the new research published in New England journal says just the opposite they look for evidence of quality win big hospitals took over a little hospitals and they measured performance of two hundred and fifty hospitals taking over the deals between two thousand nine two thousand thirteen I live in Syria there was no improvement the analysis did not find the improvement that was promised yes Basel said we're gonna take over the laws but also gets better well didn't get battered and very likely got worse and the Harvard researcher Nancy below said the lead author said quality didn't improve quality didn't improve and that was the Adam line and there's harms and Kate bond often associate professor at Stanford so the experts have questioned the benefit of deals without knowing enough about providing answers but she says this woman Kate a professor of health policy at Stanford says we know that acquisitions we know they have harms with the big house will take over the hospitals they have harms the prices go up we don't know what's happened to quality well now we know what's happening to quality in this analysis that were for measures of performance collected by Medicare patient satisfaction deaths within a month of entering the hospital were turn trips to the hospital within a month of leaving and how often heart the Monia and surgery patients get the care that's recommended so four important points again they are patient satisfaction dying within a month of going to the hospital needing to return to the hospital within a month or not getting the care that was recommended and they looked at hospitals that were required three years before and four years after being acquired in the compared the findings to other hospitals they found that patient satisfaction were sent through their own winter X. Y. Z. hospital so famous of sound mind blah blah blah patient satisfaction worsens whoa and the drop in satisfaction was concentrating in the hospital stepped up fire choirs also that have low satisfaction and well when the hospitals are all being taken over by a few big boys there's not so much competition and result so much competition sometimes people don't work their best and we know here it registered in New York we know there's competition for cancer care we know that all the big boys wanna give chemo and surgery and standard radiation we know that we see that every day and we ask what's appropriate and we think the appropriate thing is to tell the truth and not take money from the pharmaceutical companies that take kickbacks from the surgeons or the president of the hospitals to do certain things not we don't do any of those things you don't take kickbacks from the press of a hospital we don't take money for the drug companies from the pharmaceutical industry is wrong go on trips and boondoggles no because here at Radio City New York we have one boss and that's you and it's a low cost endeavor and we know that A. R. P. said if you want the best value in radiology go to an independent radiology center we know that and we know sometimes it costs in big hospitals are ten times more and we know with cancer care often people truly go bankrupt because the costs are so high chemotherapy is often ten thousand dollars a month if you have a co pay you.

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"kate bond" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"kate bond" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thanks Andrew Clark senior for filling in for a couple of days had some things to tend to and it's good to be back and did not have the corona virus I saw some of those things on social media I did not have that but thanks for caring either way in other news this morning now they may not have the corona virus but K. bye middle schools going to be closed today going to fox thirteen the school was evacuated yesterday because of a possible carbon monoxide leak going to Memphis police excuse in Memphis fire departments sure we can school so that the preliminary tests for common carbon monoxide came back negative but to be safe the school will be closed today M. FDA said they got a call about student having trouble breathing it appeared to be carbon monoxide poisoning that student and three others have said they felt sick we're taking a Baptist east hospital one teacher said she took herself to the hospital after experiencing some symptoms EMS also checked out eighteen other students in the classroom with others felt sick but they haven't tested positive for anything writing to fire department officials Kate bond middle is out for today in other news this morning we can also tell you as you may have heard of top of the hour impeachment proceedings Tennessee's senator Lamar Alexander says he'll vote no in regards to additional witnesses although there are still three out there Romney Collins Makowski good cause a bit of an issue on whether or not there's gonna be witnesses called the Senate has claimed Mitch McConnell said all along was not was your job to get all these witnesses there's nothing new you're just wanting to drag this out apparently Lamar Alexander actually agrees on this kind of shocked but he did but the other three could possibly force.

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"kate bond" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"kate bond" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Acquired during a recent wave of deal making gets worse new research finds a blow to the frequently cited rationale for types yeah the big houses they were gonna buy little hospital making a so fantastic well the facts are when they look at the quality of care it doesn't get better are gets worse because all of a sudden instead of having a local person running the hospital they have someone in a distant site running it and obviously they're looking for one thing which may be profit so not necessarily to raise the quality and she goes on to say that hospital mergers and acquisition activity have served in recent years we know that if you look around New York so many of the household had bought out by one or two or three of the big boys and they say well we're buying the hospital quote and she writes quote the greater size will boost quality with new investments in your other improvements as dealmakers benefit from each other's strengths well the new research published in New England journal says just the opposite they look for evidence of quality when big hospitals took over a little hospitals and they measured performance of two hundred and fifty hospitals taking over and deals between two thousand nine two thousand thirteen I live in Syria there was no improvement the analysis did not find the improvement that was promised yes Bible said we're gonna take over little laws but also gets better well it doesn't get better to very likely got worse and the Harvard researcher Nancy below sad the lead author said quality didn't improve quality didn't improve and that was the bottom line and there's harms and Kate bond often associate professor at Stanford so the experts have questioned the benefit of deals without knowing enough about writing answers but she says this woman K. the professor of health policy at Stanford says we know that acquisitions we know they have harms with the big house will take over the hospitals they have harms the prices go up we don't know what's happened to quality will now we know what's happening.

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"kate bond" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"kate bond" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We got birthdays coming up here in just a moment on Memphis morning news. We'll also tell you about what's going on and show be county schools. Search and also also couple schools on high alert we've got that along with Simon Owen on the latest on Notre Dom cathedral as yeah. In by the way, twenty minutes ago. We got breaking news alert that the fire has been one hundred percent extinguish. We'll have more coming up in just a few moments here at six forty five on Memphis morning news on this date born on this date, April sixteenth day after taxes Wilbur Wright, American aviator of the Wright brothers. Hang on these alert. Here comes big seas big big finish born on this date in eighteen sixty seventy died in nineteen twelve. But while what a life he led while Wilbur the brother of Orville Wright, not oval and Bacher Charlie Chaplin was born on this date in eighteen eighty nine. When asked about his time on earth is he got older he had nothing to say. Tacky. Thank you. All right. That was kind of funny, but okay, also born on the born on this date. Spike Milligan are British actor and comedian from the goon show in the three musketeers born on this date in nineteen eighty Spike Lee. No, no, spike Milligan. Not Spike Lee, Henry Mancini the American composer and conductor. Do you remember what his most famous work was? Doodoo was recognizable. I mean themes is it not. Yes. That that that great saw. And then in in believe it or not born on this date in nineteen twenty seven how appropriate we talk about the Catholic church Pope Benedict. The sixteenth Joseph Ratzinger was born on the state in nineteen twenty seven. He was pope from two thousand five to two thousand thirteen he was born in Germany night train lane. American defensive back was born in nineteen twenty eight and moving just a bit Ford. Nineteen forty seven seventy two years old today. Kareem Abdul Jabbar born luau center in baristas seventy-two could great the nightmare from UC L A part of show Tom with the Lakers in the Bill Belichick turned sixty seven. Today's got five Super Bowl rings. And he was born in Nashville Tennessee Bill belt yet in Nashville, you know, still to this day dress to claim like let's like one of their favorite sons or something and then Martin Lawrence turns fifty four today. Join a- Jana from the show. Oh, of course, Martin and from his stand up comedy. I've never cared for Martin Lawrence, except when he's with Will Smith in the bad boys movies Federale and those two play. So well off of each other. They're making a third one I hear but the second one when when when Martin Lawrence's daughter her boyfriend comes to the door to take her out, and they harass him. It is words that we cannot repeat on the year. Norwood we but the harassment they give that young man, probably deservedly. So that it's it's it's a great movie, but they're good together. It's one of those things like, you know, either or but together great, you know, sometimes you just put let's you put a tag team together. It's like, you know, it's like cookies and cream. Yeah. You put cookies and milk. They play well off each other works out. Great those your birthdays, we got the state in history coming up at seven thirty two for birthdays today. That's it. For birthdays today. Yeah. Yeah. We would call it down. We got. A lot to get to. I mean, I, you know, there there are some in there, but you have to if you have to explain who they are then it's really not a famous birthday. Right. Maybe they did something maybe they invented or improved upon a patent of something in seventeen ninety two. But we've got more coming up next hour on this date. Okay. Some local news for you to schools the Kate bond schools, Kate bond elementary Kate bond. Middle on alert this morning after a social media threats regarding some possible violence against those two schools show became a sheriff's deputies will be on the scene this morning for students safety for those that don't know where k bond is those schools are off Cape Bon road off of highway sixty four and they were of course, chase area there. Right. At one time. They were part of Shelby county schools when it was separate from Memphis city schools, but they got into the the if you're sixty four and you can turn sixty four heading towards wolf chase. You can turn left and go to the Bartlett side or you can turn right and go to the Memphis side. Carmax is at and then if you turn right and go up to treat Kate Bonn which runs right beside carmax, you'll run into those schools. The social media posts forest said the corden FOX thirteen news that both schools would be shot up. The post also claim that the school would be can't that school would be cancelled for those two schools. But officials said that is one hundred percent faults school is in session today at capon lamentably and Kate bond. Middle. According to responsive chip county schools, no evidence to substantiate the threat that's easy to say. But please understand we're following all proper procedures to make sure it is fully investigated show became school officials had police were also notified of the threat, but they didn't specify on which social media outlet. It was posted if they did receive a a threats which again goes to show we were in twenty nineteen how things are different. You know, is it is it some kid who's on a computer thinking he's having or she is having a little fun. Maybe they're trying to get out of tasks. They're mad at their parents. They're mad at their teachers or they did it on the doesn't matter. You take it seriously. Because you know, it's it's we we don't we don't want to be in the national headlines as being one of those places where something, you know, sad and tragic happens in and then you go back to well. You know, had police not ignored that social media threat thou there because this guy actually posted that he was going to do what he was going to do. So all of those things have to be taken seriously. But you know, you really have to hand it Tim to law enforcement for really knowing how to handle this because you know, you can't create a panic attack. You can't just stop what you're doing. Well, every time there's a threat we got close school that that gets us nowhere either. By the way, that's a great point. You mentioned about maybe getting out of test because we are. Are in a couple of Tennessee ready assessment windows, where there is a lot of standardized testing going on saying that may be true. I was just saying out loud that, you know, back in the back in the days when I was a kid. You know, we tried to get out of tips like us to believe when I was a kid. I was like man, you know, what if my mom can run over a nail in the driveway. Maybe I wouldn't be able to get Scott. She'd have a flat wouldn't be able to get school, and it never it. Never worked. It never happened. You know, it'd be like come home that afternoon. The nailed still be there the driveway like, well, why Well, why didn't didn't occur? you dump things like that? As a kid thinking, that's well or Oregon. Valen that good. Oh, well, let's see if you take a temperature in that she hand you and this is before the days kids, see back like when timid I were growing, we didn't have these fancy schmancy electronic thermometers. We had the old ones with mercury in. All right and the safe Marquis that right media. And you stuck it in your mouth. Well, the key to. The the key to it was when you when you when you put it up to the lamp to get your temperature to go up show. It is like don't hold it to the light too long because then it gets up in the thing breaks. Yeah. And then mom knows you're really trying to pull a fast one on her. So the key was to have it just on their long enough to where you could get it to go about one zero one. Oh my goodness. You're running a fever. You better. Stay home from school. I used to look I I've just been planning some bad ideas. I don't can you get away with that with electronic thermometers. I don't know we now use the one where us the temporal the. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. At a nurse. Do that to me at the doctor here in the last couple of weeks? I thought she was getting ready to hit me in the head. I like jerked back like what the heck are you doing Mr. Goodman? I'm just trying to take your temperature. Oh, I felt kinda dumb. Yeah. You can't really use the Homer. Yeah. You can't abuse. The fact that that there's a mercury thermometer anymore since that that is maybe the electric ones do the same. I don't I don't know hack it now that I'm grown. I have no need to you know, fake out. My mom just so I don't have to go to school. Exactly, exactly. Speaking of skipping school, and and school in general Shelby county school still looking for a permanent superintendent, and there is debate. Some numbers on the show becomes school board want to go with Joyce Ray. Who is the who is currently the the interim superintendent. However, there's been some gatherings around town of of concerned citizens concerned parents who want a national search a thorough search as they would say to have have a superintendent. Just cast that wide net to find it for the next leader of Shelby county schools. There's gonna be a little bit of tension there force because I know as mentioned some of the the county school board members say, hey, I think we've got the person right here in house. Let's save that money. But the folks on the outside there are some there. Some factions say, you know, what? Why don't we just cast that wide net to make sure.

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"kate bond" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"kate bond" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"The putin's thumb and means germany will pull billions of euros into russian coffers while nato and particularly the us has to spend billy liens defending europe against the russians so he thinks it's a kind of russian bridgehead into europe breaching nato defenses you know there are these two things happening somewhat simultaneously in which the president is playing the role of bull in the china shop and those are trade negotiations and then of course these defense conversations are they related in some way what is the what is the bigger picture here technically they should not be related about they are politically and emotionally intertwined it was very noticeable but in his various public comments today in brussels president trump talked not only about defense spending but also trade and talked about increases in both so i think as far as president trump is concerned yes there is a connection is particularly for the president a concern about germany which he sees as a country which may major exporting country with a huge surplus on it's a trading account which is sitting back and benefiting from the security shield provided at great expense by american taxpayers stephen beard as marketplace's european bureau chief steven thanks so much for the time thank you molly on wall street today markets seem to think things are getting real in the trade war and they don't like it we'll have the details when we do the numbers more on the tariff fallout that isn't really bad news when the us proposed adding this other two hundred billion dollars in tariffs on chinese goods this week it included a few let's say questionable items like live trout radio tape players and liquefied natural gas now tariffs on those items might hurt china if the us actually imported any of them but we don't china sends none of those items to the us and when it comes to liquefied natural gas in particular or lng as those in the know call it china's actually really interested in our guests so much so that ellen g could be one american export that could bypass tariffs marketplace's justin ho has more natural gas is so popular that the panama canal is rushing to double the number of slots a gives the ellen g tankers the canal will also let more of them pass through at the same time even at night sylvia dan marucci handles market research for the canal we know that volumes of energy from the united states are going doing increase new natural gas plants have been popping up all along the gulf coast in recent years all the new g projects are pretty much gearing up to supply china energy analyst barbara shook china's in the middle of a nationwide shift toward cleaner products like ellen g shook says that's poised to make the us atop ellen g exporter it certainly helps improve the us balance of try china's been signing deals with suppliers in gulf coast states to import more gas damian ma at the university of chicago says at a time when trade tensions between the us and china or high the free flow of ellen g has a benefit that's to probably offer some countervailing forces to what's happening between washington and beijing so far china has not levied tariffs on that gas moss says china could look elsewhere if things escalate but barbara shook says china is hungry for allergy and the us has a lot of it the united states is bliss with so much general gas i mean we're talking about decades if not centuries worth of natural gas which could give the us a powerful tool in geopolitics i'm just in ho for marketplace okay enough trade talk how's that workday going good bad ready to walk out in a huff will if you did you wouldn't be alone more americans are quitting their jobs nowadays the latest numbers out from the labor department show that in may the most recent batch of data available the socalled quits rate hit its highest level since two thousand one that tells us that at least in some sectors people feel good enough about the economy to dump that old job and take a chance on a new gig marketplace's kimberly adams reports from washington that it also tells us something about wages these numbers came out in the monthly job openings and labor turnover survey casually known by the people who talk about this sort of thing casually as the jolts report kate bond is an economist at the washington center for equitable growth so with the.

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"kate bond" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kate bond" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Shitty faro likes spielberg at his worst kind of fucking earth sucked it's a lot of kate bonds worth walking slowly and sadly down hallways and then something jumps out or it happens 25 times that it does anyway that's our show folks to hogs down for uh before i way yep uh we will be back i believe although as you know where these are never hard and fast rules but i believe our next picture will be blade which was a request for the facebook page i erode joe i haven't seen this thing and forever i'd love to watch it so uh refresh yourself on blade and that's also going to uh you know coincide with the upcoming release of black panther because this will be kind of the first black marvel superhero blade maybe not the first i don't know but rao and maybe and i'm sure the blade talk all bleed into two and three a bit yeah and we are also uh one hundred percent i dunno i think it comes out friday a maybe next friday um going to be doing black panther a guarantee that so let's not one hundred percent i won i'm superhero it doubt at this point i can't but he everyone's raving about i don't give a faulk everybody raved about wonderwoman you don't wanna see it i'm the one who vowed never to say i saw wonderwoman a guess what board again folks i can't order superhero movies i can't.

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"kate bond" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kate bond" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"It could have been but once you have it's it's it's it's it's diet nightmare known street that's all it is it's like it's it's a much younger kid it's a much less scary monster the kid doesn't wanna sleep i mean this is a fucking absurd thing in the cape with kids like five kate bonds worth finds like these got like stay awake pills in bagh which have affected even get them first of all but he's got them and she goes while the opening see it as is the is a guy creeping into shoot the kid which i guess is there a way to open up movie i was like okay that that kid was in rome jacob tremblay i loved room and i loved him in room i'm not i'm not i'm never going to pick on a kid actor but i mean he was in a kid and wonder as well with the face i mean that's the same kid yeah he's just there's something about him and i i guess i am going to pick up i i just don't like now i i he's he's got this way of acting where i'm like no we may i don't know what to say he's very much your modern he's very much a modern day kid yeah like he's very is no personality there's no personality yet there's a ton of emotion and i'm just run everything is like up so hurry up just trying to be special war yeah gets annoy but i mean she finds these pills of he's got good this is the line that kate 40yearold kate bonds worth says the fiveeuro i found some of your stimulants yeah this is what she says to the kid and he knows what she's talking about.

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"kate bond" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"kate bond" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"No one ever wolves in the wake of that ambush dozens wounded eight dead when you go to a veterans ceremony the old veterans get together and hogan cried you never really understood thirteen years later we return to a different solder city this time in texas these should be basically a match to the real buildings right here these painstaking reconstructions erected at fort hood for the national geographic mini series the long road home it's the story of the battle heart company action but also the story at the heartbreak of the families left behind england's actress kate bonds worth is playing gene a denim e wife of troy one of the wounded in the battle we met her shortly afterwards it's just a unbelievable feeling of fear not knowing you know who's her who's no longer with us that pain is all too real again for the families who lost their loved ones in the battle now visiting the sat just throwing them painful for the widows and for the soldiers reliving those moments with the actress who played them is their moments that you have your like oh maybe if i turn to the left as opposed to the late or so you know the guilt is then i think they do it it's a responsibility for all the actors to get it right we wanted to the men who did this in real life there the justice it they deserve you know so i think that that part is as really special the actor michael kelly from house of cards is portraying then lieutenant colonel gary bolewski now with threestar general perfectly capturing that heart and care all those years ago uncommon valor was compliment.

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"kate bond" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"kate bond" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"Starting a law seat because they want to know if the trump he's did any research or have any data to back up their claims that have put undue burden on companies so the office of management and budget has to demonstrate that the data that the original order was based off of was incorrectly assessed or not properly publicly reviewed in order for trump to be able to ban this initiative gotcha so that's the burden on the federal government right now to back up their shit oh it causes undue burden prove it jenny yang who is the head of the eoc everyone entertainment of course is that what you said entertainment everyone of under obama she she led the charge on this historymaking effort to make things fair and said it was based on six years of research and consultation with employers pay data companies and groups working to end workplace discrimination she said we have no interest in spending time or resources investigating employers who don't have a problem if we do open investigation wind would collect much more granular data that would allow us to compare workers in the same jobs point it's being if you don't have anything to fucking hide what are you worried about yup but guess what ally companies do have stuff too high because they have this this massive problem that's causing women and families a lot of money so she okay so as of today employees have few tools to figure out whether they're being paid fairly dads kate bond who is an economist at the center for american progress said basically you find it lula led better style which is where you get sucked in the paycheck for thirty years and then you retire and then you get an anonymous note saying you might want to look into this to her that lady who satima toilet for like.

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