35 Burst results for "Lehman"

A Look Back at the Great Financial Crisis of 2008

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 5 months ago

A Look Back at the Great Financial Crisis of 2008

"So in 2004, 5 and 6, you saw the housing boom, largely thanks to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Thanks to the negligence of our own quote unquote housing regulators, cheap money policies from Washington, D.C., buying up bad mortgages and incentivizing people to do the same. We built an entire economic model on a House of Cards of people that were bar waitresses earning cash tips that had three homes, two of which they've never visited because people were incentive incentivized to go to low income neighborhoods and sign up people for as many mortgages as they possibly can. We all know what happened next, which was the great financial crisis, Lehman Brothers, bear Stearns, and for the first time ever, despite the insistence of Jim Cramer, those companies went under. In the years that followed 2008 and 2009, our leaders were faced with a tough decision. You see, the 2000s saw an economic boom the likes of which we never thought was possible. Now what our leaders decide to metaphorically take the cough syrup, tighten the belt, tell Americans that we're not going to indulge in this continual behavior of deficit spending and debt mounting on future generations, of course not. Barack Hussein Obama won the election in the fall of 2008 was sworn in in 2009 and Ben Bernanke then Federal Reserve chairman, Hank Paulson treasury secretary and Timothy Geithner under treasury treasury secretary three awfully treacherous people if you asked me all decided, hey, let's just keep interest rates low. It's not like we're going to experience long-term inflation. And then we saw a stimulus package passed by Barack Obama, a then 850 to $900 billion stimulus package. It was passed as the national recovery act after that Obama passed ObamaCare, a takeover of the American healthcare industry. Debts and deficits continued to sword, and then a couple years later, I started to get

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An Economic Reckoning Is Coming

The Trish Regan Show

02:15 min | 5 months ago

An Economic Reckoning Is Coming

"The Federal Reserve coming out today saying, oh yeah, we're finally going to move, you know, in March. I'll believe it when I see it. Frankly, because this is a fed that kind of looks for any excuse, including when the market gets really, really upset to do something else. I think they're overly influenced, unfortunately, but the market. But we've seen we've seen them consistently, and this is throughout my career. I mean, I've been covering the fed forever. I first started in finance actually starting my career Goldman Sachs way back in 1999, so I've been around this for quite some time. And what I would say is over and over again, I've seen the fed. Inadvertently create bubbles of its own. I mean, what do you think happened in 2000? That was a result of really the fed day late dollar shore. In 2008, great example again of the Federal Reserve, thinking somehow that it was wonderful that everybody could get a mortgage. You know what? Not everybody should get a mortgage, okay? Like I'm sorry. They created incentives and Capitol Hill had something to do with that too to make sure that everyone that was no income no asset loans need your loans that they talked about. Everybody could get a mortgage. And the banks went on it too, and everybody was, you know, really happy about it. But I kept saying this, this isn't right. What happens when all these interest rates reset and these people that think they're going to be paying 800 bucks a month for mortgage or suddenly paying 1100 bucks a month? They're not going to be able to afford it. And that's exactly what happened. And it took nearly the entire system down. It did take the whole system down. I mean, you had Lehman Brothers going out of business. You had speculations that were going to be many, many more. They had to come up with the tart program for emergency landing. Well, my fear is that the Federal Reserve inadvertently did that all over again. I get it. They had to step up to the plate in the middle of COVID, right? You do what you got to do in a time like that. But come on. I mean, we had one two stimulus programs from Donald Trump. We got a third stimulus from $1.9 trillion from Joe Biden in consequently, we put too much money into the system along with a $120 billion a month at the flood, the fed was just flooding into the markets. And so you had everything going up. And now I think there's kind of a reckoning going on. And so yes, Jerome Powell is trying to manage this, but it's too little too

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What the Volatility Index (VIX) Tells Us

The Trish Regan Show

01:21 min | 5 months ago

What the Volatility Index (VIX) Tells Us

"I'm watching very closely the volatility index known as the vix, which I always keep an eye on because it's a measurement of fear. And what we see with the vix today is that it's not anywhere near the levels that we saw say in November of 2008. After Lehman Brothers went out of business or even in March of 2020, when it was clearly the thick of COVID and the whole country had shut down. It actually in March 2020, we were up around 65 on the vix and back in 2008, we were in the 70s on the vix. And I think it's really just important to keep that in mind and keep it in perspective as we watch the vix today. We see it's up about 13%, trading around 32. So up there, but nonetheless, it shows you that this is not sort of full capitulation, even though you've seen a 10% downturn in what we're looking at in the NASDAQ. Meaning, yes, it could get worse before it gets better, and it's the reason why I wouldn't say, you know, go all in, although, you know, look, I mean, I think a lot of people said today when it was draining off a thousand, it was time to get a little bit back in and to nibble. What I would say is you want to be sharpening your pencil right now. You want to be looking for companies good companies that have been sold unnecessarily.

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Charles Fain Lehman, Manhattan Institute Fellow, on DA Alvin Bragg's Latest Memo

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Charles Fain Lehman, Manhattan Institute Fellow, on DA Alvin Bragg's Latest Memo

"I read a Wall Street Journal op-ed by Charles feign layman. He's a Manhattan institute fellow. Talking about Alvin Bragg, this new district attorney in New York City. And I got to see if I get him insight from a smart person because evidently I'm not smart enough to understand Charles how letting criminals go free makes a community safer. Can you help us understand the logic of this brand new district attorney who sent out this memo to his staff to his prosecutors, ordering them to. Downgrade a number of crimes, for example, I read in the post this week a guy holds a knife to somebody, robs the store of money. He was charged the felony, now he's charged the misdemeanor under this progressive prosecutor's policies, give us your perspective on all of this and help our listeners all around the country understand what's really going on here. Yeah, absolutely, and thanks for helping me on Mike. You know, I think that the key takeaway there were lots of little details in the brag memo and we can talk through them. But the key takeaway is that the imperative that he has offered to his line DAs is that they should view incarceration as a last resort that basically all circumstances they will not seek to incarcerate somebody pre trial in jail and they will try to as much as possible confines of New York State law, not incarcerated people post trial and present. That's accepting the cases of murder, assault with a firearm or deadly weapon. Certain sex offenses, certain white collar crimes, racketeering a handful of others, if you don't commit one of those small number of crimes, you're not going to go to you're not going to go to jail and you can try it's hard not to do prison as

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More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting

"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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"lehman" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:56 min | 8 months ago

"lehman" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Know what I can do. Thanks to recovery. Yeah, yeah. And having those, the skill sets in there. And I imagine if someone's growing up with that kind of structure, maybe they do it automatically. I don't know. But those of us that maybe didn't get all that, we got to get the skills to do it. And there's nothing wrong with not having gotten that. It can be all kinds of reasons. My mother might start it out with my father having a brain tumor surgery on my tenth birthday. Three years later, my mom died. And when I was sick 13 and three years later, my dad died when I was 16. So just even other issues aside, just having those things happen between the ages of ten and 16 is enough to cause problems. Absolutely. I don't have to feel ashamed of that. I don't have to say, oh, I'm so bad. I couldn't cope with my mom's death. Of course you couldn't hurt 13 years old. Yeah. And being able to realize that and put all those pieces together. And I think sometimes, you know, in the first two years of recovery, you can't always put all those pieces together in a way that's meaningful that helps us move through it, past it beyond it, transcend it, whatever we want to call until we're living our best life and creating our best life. Right. And if you're lucky enough to have good people around you have been through good treatment and good therapy, you'll be able to put lay down the stepping stone so it'll keep you growing in that area. I did some of that with my parents deaths while I was in those first two years. But I never really dealt with some of them until four or 5, 6 years down the road because I wasn't ready. And that's okay. Yeah. Yeah, that's just how we work as human beings. For whatever reason that is. People discover one day. I don't know, but well, well, Barry, I know we could talk about this for a long time. And dig in to it even more. One quick one thing I want to add about the book, I was going to say this earlier. But I've also put together. And it's going to be for those who buy the book. They'll get a link to I put together a three week journal getting started journal with three weeks of daily prompts and ideas and comments of building taking a look at yourself in building in the recovery. If people buy the book, there's a link there to get a free PDF download. It's also going to be available the end of October as a paperback book. Anybody wants to buy a paperback book? But I thought that was an important piece. And how do you move from where you are? Into an idea of mastery. So that's the other piece of this book. It's this journal. And hopefully I'm looking forward to doing some more things with maybe webinars or other things down the line. Whatever feedback I get from people is going to be important to what I do next with it. Wow, that's great. And having those practical steps sometimes can really help us just take action because we can just say just do this. So I totally appreciate that. One of the questions before we completely wrap up, one of the questions I love to ask is, you know, if you can someone's out there, maybe there are, you know, they've had two years of recovery, they're struggling, what's next? And you can tell them one thing. One thing that you'd want them to know, what would be the one thing you would give them? A stick with it because just when you think you've reached as far as you can go, you're only at the beginning. And there's so much more ahead of you. Don't stop Winston Churchill's famous line. If you're going through hell, to get through it, just keep moving. And I think that's really what that's the biggest word I would give to anybody don't give up, it's going to be difficult at times. You need to persistence. You need the movement. But just keep going. You ain't seen nothing yet. Oh, awesome. Awesome Barry. Where can people find you find your book? How can they get ahold of you? Or the books on Amazon, and there's a Kindle version as well as paperback and a hardback. Later in the month, there will also be an audiobook version of it. Read by me. That's all on Amazon.com. Search for mastering recovery with my name. The website isn't completely ready. It isn't completely, it isn't completed yet. But there's stuff there. There's links there and WWW dot B, a LE HMA N dot com. The WWE BA layman dot com. Awesome. I will put all of that in the show notes as well. So if you don't remember, go to the addicted mind dot com and you'll be able to click on the link there and get it and find Barry's book on mastering recovery. Barry thank you for coming on, sharing your wisdom and your passion and your joy with living our best life. You're welcome. And thank you. This is important. People die from this disease and they die after many years of it if they haven't found how to do recovery for themselves. And I'm hoping that fewer people will die as a result and find the joy that's really there. Thank you, Barry. All right, everyone. Thank you for listening to the addicted mind podcast. As usual all the show notes will be at the addicted mind dot com and there you can get all of the links to various website and his book. And once again, if you are enjoying the addicted mind podcast, please rate and review as an iTunes. It really does help get the podcast a lot of exposure helps people find the podcast and I really do appreciate it. And it helps me know that this podcast is important and that people are getting a lot out of it. And it's valuable. So thank you to everyone who's been able to do that. I really appreciate it. And if you want to continue the conversation online, think about joining our Facebook group, just go to Facebook and type in the addicted mind podcast and click join. All right, everyone. Have a wonderful rest of your day. And I will talk to you on the next episode..

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"lehman" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"lehman" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"On this episode of the jason reich. I found a box it She walks under my parents bed. That i had only reason i didn't throw it away. It didn't it in that last box. Upstate new hampshire. And i went back into the house. I was very Maudlin them my last time in the house that i'd only know no growing up and i started going through that shoebox and i realized that it was a collection of letters and my mom had left behind dating back to eighteen ninety three. Well mark lehman. I'll tell you what man this is exciting art now. Now we are recording your on your lives. So behave yourself. No i tell you what. I'm so excited. Not just to learn about this book. That i've just read that congratulations you. It's gonna go up a little bit on your unit sold Report because this is going to be a christmas present for a number of people in my life. This is such. oh dude. It's such a good book but more than that. So real quick audience that that when you listen indulge me. I'm catching up with my dear friend of many years for for those. Who don't know my first real venture into entrepreneurship was whenever i at the ripe old age of twenty eight i purchased my first real estate brokerage in tyler texas and i soon got involved with what was then called the texas association of realtors and the chief lobbyist vice president of governmental affairs was today's gas bar lehman and He became a dear friend. Just a guy that you always felt better when you've been around him than you did before even if you're already a good mood and so to be able to catch up with you today into see you looking great unhealthy and now we're talking about a book you've written mark. It is so awesome to have you on the jason. Right show brother. Oh man i thank you for that introduction but it's great to see you my friend. I am fan of your program and everything you ever ride. So i'm really humbled to be on your program today. Well i appreciate it and So we're here to talk about your book that one. It's a genius idea dude. I love stuff like this. Like i told you before. We got on real quickly. You know everyone has a family. History we all have a genealogy and it's become really with you know The all the different Ancestry was it was dot com or whatever it is you know twenty three me. Young people are able to really dig back into their past in a way they never had before. But what you did. I think is really cool in that you. Actually you've well. I'll let you tell. How does this start this. Very i'd say very unique. I'm a stickler about that. There's you can't do you know as a writer. Now you know. Nothing can be very unique. Either it's unique or not can't be very unique. You can't accentuate unique. So but this is a unique way of looking at your family history and now everybody is to see your history but the cool thing about his mark is. There's a little piece of all of us in in everyone's history so talk a little bit about how this whole thing began. Sure it was it the The book that i had retired right But it was the one that publishers came calling on but in two thousand seventeen i dismantled my parents homestead. It was a homestead where they had lived up almost all of my life. I've.

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"lehman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"lehman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Just stop. Everyone just decided like plus a large animal spirits. Pod come on okay. What's it called the north water. It's a mini series. It's only five episodes were two episodes in a night talking. Colin farrell's in it. It's one of these shows where it's about a bunch of whalers from the eighteen hundreds. Ooh but there's also a murderer intrigue the sound good jalan fairl is amazing. He probably gained forty pounds. Doesn't look he plays the bad guy in this and he is It's amazing how do you find the amc. Plus it was on amazon. You get the first episode free and then you get a seven-day trial to binge it and then cancel it before you have to pay any money. That's what we're doing. But here's the thing so this is the eighteen hundred. How do you keep track of all your cancellations. you put a calendar reminder. Do that item iphone canceled this in a week. Canceled this in a month. But this is in the eighteen hundreds but they're going on whaling expeditions to kill whales to take the whale blubber to use for oil bloggers. A funny word. Yes but it got me thinking maybe besides the past Seventy years all of human existence has been an awful time to live. These guys were going through like this is kind of like the. What's the nrt. Arctic book endurance. Yes it's kind of like that. Like just no technology. These people are stabbing wales in the arctic to take the wheel blowback. People are dying on the ship from diseases. That didn't even know what they are. Most of human existence has been a miserable time to live outside prior to the probably the past thirty. They invested toothpaste in one thousand nine hundred magic before that. Nineteen eighty eight probably not. It's probably earlier than it actually was around like the it was in a book depression anyway. Yeah north water. I'm signing off on animal spirits potted gmail.com. We will talk to you next time..

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"lehman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

06:05 min | 10 months ago

"lehman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"When people probably holding in more sneezes than usual you know what happens if you sneeze and you cover your nose. You're gonna blow your your drums. That's basically what i did but to my back with that said before we get into what i did. Watch this a sequel. To twin's coming out and i heard about this when arnold was only seriously. That's a real thing. Arnold storm wasn't howard a few years ago talking about how they tried to make a sequel twins. Where eddie murphy was. The third triplet really thousand premise. And now. I think it's really happening. It's tracy morgan. He's gonna be a triplet. And i love twins one of the staples my childhood. I'm very very bearish on this. Very there's never been a really great comedy that the sequel was really good doesn't happen that's right are we spoke about the new christopher null movies. It'd be about the nuclear bomb others. Adam became movie with leo. Did you see the for that one. Yes it's a comedy a netflix. Is it a thought. Ish mckay new. It's called like don't look up or something yet. Don't look up satire. Yeah it's es jeep into it all right. So what did they watch us week. While in bed. I turned on vacation friends and soon as i get to the hotel in the beginning. I'm thinking wait a minute. Dogs very very familiar. But that's kind of my thing every time there's a tropical hotel i feel like i stated that hotel. I did that with white lotus because all hotels kind of the same in hawaii or wherever. Wait a minute no no no. I really think this one. I pressed pause. I googled. Where did they film this movie. I was there. where was it alcon. Kista door in puerto rico robin. I went there after we got engaged. Nice resort just say you know beautiful resort. Would you think okay. I saw the first like forty minutes. It was funny. I mean like incidents. I volley dumb funny right dumb funny. Somebody recommended ronin twice. They were like. Hey this probably twelve months. I appreciate the extra nudge just to check in hanoi. If you saw ronin yet. I did see road this weekend. Classic nineties gones action. Blazing the niro. I'm a huge car. Chase car chases in europe. I think are better than the car chases. United states. And i looked around. It does good nineties flick. Good nineties flick. Did oh saw crank jason stadium. You ever see that one. Yeah a little over the top for about a million and one reasons that would never get me today. That seems like when you'd see in the theater it is pure adrenaline literally. Jason state gets injected by one of his enemies with some virus. That will kill you unless you. Keep your adrenalin up. It's just ridiculous. It sounds so you remember the jason tatum story from my book about financial frauds. How this had got a facebook message from jason. Stay saying that he was between movie projects and just needed like hundred. Twenty five thousand dollars to keep afloat until he got his next paycheck for the movie. And this won't through. Facebook messenger sent this money to jason tatum. Not quite who wasn't jason's can you believe he's not asking people random people on the internet for money. I wouldn't recommend either of those movies. Crank vacation friends or ronin. Crank was a good time but i feel like that was a little bit too over the top but i might have some nostalgia from the ninety show that here's another one that i won't recommend there's nothing redeeming about this movie but it was an excellent movie hotel mumbai with death patel. Who is fantastic actor. I don't know that ever saw it. True story horrible story. It's about terrorists that go after a hotel and you guessed it and it was just a really really really good movie but there's like literally nothing about it that makes you feel like any sort of goodness was very few true stories especially tragedy movies. They watch again most movies. That are based on stories. Are you watch at once. And that's it correct. One hundred percent correct or not remarkable. I can't think of example about a true story that i saw more than once with the exception of jurassic park. Nice i finally got back on the train for some nonfiction. Reading this week. I serve back. We'll hold on. Let's just revisit if we could rewind at three or four episodes when you said i'm done with nonfiction. I did it. Took nor mcdonald's passing me to want to read his biography because i saw some people writing about it. Talk about the chapter. Okay it's called bay. Senator story not a memoir and i sent you this when i was reading. He's talking about from the time he's growing up he says and he's saying from each chapter was a different age in chapter five eight years old to thirteen years old and he all he wrote the temporal. I forget now. Is it true to form for no mcdonalds. It's very weird book. But there's certain parts that especially for reading the norm voice that make you crack up. So i think if you're comedy fan you probably will like it. He talks about the fact that he lost a bunch of money. Gambling i also mentioned. I read jesse livermore boy plunder the man who sold america short in nineteen twenty nine. I never realized excellent book. He was in the top ten richest people in the world after shoring the marketed. Great depression in lost it. All basically it was totally margin up all the time. I don't even understand how you could lose andrea million dollars in one. I don't either just in the whole. Actually that's a norm where he's like. If i had four hundred fifty thousand dollars i lost four. Hundred has will lose the other fifty. Yes either crazy thing. Is they had a whole chapter in this book describing bucket shops and they talked about how at the time they were being sold as a way for smaller investors. They were democratizing investments. It's crazy literally. Say that yes. It was a quote a democratize exchange where the common people could speculate. That sounds eerily similar to a few different companies today. I'm just saying but the stuff on bucket shops was really really interesting but also shows that like we think. Oh the speculation is crazy now but it's always been around. Speculation is to quote old as the hills. All right anything else. What else. I gotta show. We've been looking for shows. The north water is on amc plus which stop just stop. Everyone just decided like plus a large animal spirits. Pod come on okay. What's it called the north water. It's a mini series. It's only five episodes were two episodes.

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"lehman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"lehman" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Do i really have to care about this. China real estate story this ever grand. This is a company. I have not heard of until five days ago. I honestly thought when they first we're talking about a story. This was the containership that got caught in the suez canal. Do i really have to macro this much for this thing. You don't have to care about this but this cares about you. Come on do you care. Did you buy an nfc of this company at or something. Well what are we trying to say. Exactly i mean this is a big story is it. Is it though it is are the risks being overblown potentially but it's the second largest property development company and the second largest economy in the world and they can't pay their bills so ben if you're too cool for school on this story if this isn't a story what is monthly. Read the financial. This is one of the downsides of the information age is that we're being force fed the fact that we have to care about every macro story. There isn't this is especially true. Probably since two thousand eight member the cyprus banking crisis that for like a weekend like a three day weekend we all attention to in two thousand ten like it was really going to be up. This is a domino. This is a canarian the coal mine. Dude there's a difference between cyprus and the second biggest property company in china okay cypress has a population of what forty thousand. I am making that up in. China has a bigger checkbook than anyone. If they want to make this go away they can make it go away. But if they don't want to go maybe they don't. But i'm sick of the every time a big company gets in trouble they go f- kind of feels like lehman to me. I'm just saying this is like lehman brothers. I'm not trying to completely pooh-poohed. I just don't have enough bandwidth for this fine fair enough. I just hope that take doesn't age really badly. I hope we're not replaying that clip six months from now. That's fine if this was a canary in the coal mine. I'm willing to bet that because every one of these is not the canary in the coalmine. That's my stance to take on this stuff. So the s and p five hundred is now down what. That's a great stance. Here's a thing. Whenever i decide to retire and i look at my pile of retirement savings. Am i ever gonna go. I wish i would have played that evergreen story little better back in the day like from a macro perspective because i would be doing so much better if that was the case. Of course not listen. You're bob the world's smart time agai you buy at the top and you just got it. I get it. The hunters. Now store or point nine percent in ninety six percent of all year since going back to ninety years or something however far back i have this data there's been a five percent correction from peak to trough. We haven't had that yet. This is about time. we haven't even had listen correction that this year. Not funny i agree. I just want this tonight. I sometimes the market is just looking for a recent sasol and this is as good an excuse as any. And i just feel like maybe on the one i wrote like the market is not omniscient. Meaning that you can't judge the future based on the stock market certainly not one day's returns because they could get a lot worse from here but if the market was really worried that this was an excellent man. Don't you think stocks down a one and two point six percent that down more than five percents is get in the chinese stock market has already been getting crushed of late in the. Us sack market hasn't cared here's a secret. You want to know why. The markets falling the tobin's q ratio. Finally got way too stretched and investor set enough. Remember tobin's q. Of course the return on out the window yet. That's like tangible as anyway. Okay when fell flat. You best joke. The fixes are twenty-seven listen. We'll see we'll see where you're from era all right. I'm just. I didn't have the band with and i'm sorry i myself care about another macro story like this that in three months people are gonna go. Hey remember that story. When there's somebody who's gonna buy global stocks in about ten days selfishly. I hope they go a little lower looking for a deal. Yes everybody most people should are continued to save. I dunno throw this in my face. That i'm wrong. I think i don't want to all right. Let's put it out there if you'd like to go make some hedging trades right now. I'm fine we can stop show. Who's making trades. We agree all right. I just think you don't have to act. Like i think a lot of investors because it's so easy to pay attention to these days. Pretend they have to act like a hedge fund manager when managing risk like hedge every little risk and. I don't think that's ever a good way to manage your money. Come on. I'll push by. You think anybody's doing anything right now. You think the average person is doing anything with these headlines. I don't think so okay. Someone selling markets down. So someone's do not me okay All right this is a good one from ed yardeni. he's saying this is about bond flows. There's actually a very simple explanation for the tenure treasury bond peaked at one point seven percent on march thirty first of this year and fellow of one point two percent august fourth. What's it at now. By the way. Are we getting a flight to safety on a day when the sba down. Two percent rates are dropping. Richard tramper on a twelve month basis net inflows into bonnie mutual funds and etf soared from five hundred seventy two billion during january to peak at a record of one trillion dollars during april through july. Eight hundred sixty.

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China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

Wall Street Breakfast

01:27 min | 10 months ago

China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'

"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans

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Political Strategist Jim Lamon on the California Recall Election

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Political Strategist Jim Lamon on the California Recall Election

"Lehman is a political strategist and senate candidate in arizona. Also an army veteran and he joins us right now. Nice to meet you jim scott. Good morning beautiful. Warm air is warm here as well sir curious about a number of things and we'd like to start with what we were just talking about the recall election in california having been born and raised there and lived of my life in california. I cannot believe what has happened to that state. Do you have any any ideas about. Why not only not only do they have Two to one democrat to republican registration in the state but the the leftism as opposed to simply calling them liberals is is just shocking because here in arizona weekly those that are leaving his. You left protects us. We're saying the same thing here in arizona. There's some benefit to us of course because of the wealth transfer hits coming in our home. Prices are up things that they are absolutely unbelievable in california but On that registration guys as we see here in arizona through the audit that we have spent a great time energy and money for leading the country. it really in california. I don't think matters. It was just a matter of what numbers that those in power decided the number needed to be because we have such massive amounts of voter fraud here that we've discovered that the nation will see here in a couple of weeks. it wouldn't have mattered. How great a campaign and great ideas that Larryelder and others came up with and california.

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Dr. Craig Stanfill Defines Artificial Intelligence

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:47 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Craig Stanfill Defines Artificial Intelligence

"Welcome day frames to very special discussion here. In america i with the man who knows about things that people discuss. But i think they don't know what they're talking about. It see sexy concept of summits a concept. It is artificial intelligence. He is dr. Craig stanfield the author of a new fictional work. That has i think iran a factual message if not more than one. That's called terms of service subject to change without notice stock stanfield. Welcome to america. I well thank you for having me on. Dr gorka a pleasure to be here. So can i just start with the basics. I'm not a techie guy. This is a science fiction kind of dystopia in future. I am a science fiction. Guy loved science fiction. Philip k dick bladerunner all that stuff star wars you name it. But let's start with the factual state of the art. What is the truth about artificial intelligence. What does it mean and right now. Twenty twenty one where all we in terms of artificial intelligence. What is going on right now. Is that artificial. Intelligence is being used by technology. The start the beginning. What is artificial intelligence for lehman. Can you define the term. What what is it is it is that you know thinking machines. What is that artificial intelligence. A professor of mine in grad school settings whatever the artificial intelligence says and that's always historically had a rather flexible definition in the present day. What mostly means is what i would call data science database artificial intelligence which is an area of research that are acted in the early nineties late eighties and the basic idea is this. You've got a routine decision that needs to be made and the way you get a computer to make it. Is you get a human. To look at a bunch of data and transcribe the data into what you want the to do. And so very powerful machine. Learning algorithms have been developed that will across a wide variety of topics replicate what that person would have done. And so we all know that that alexa and so forth and other services can transcribe voice and very good job of it and the way they did that was. They took a bunch of people speaking. And then somebody would transcribe it at eventually. The ai learns what it what it is that you said the same thing with translation from english to german whatever that some of the automatic translators do and it's all based on a monkey. See monkey

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New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week

The Pulse

02:07 min | 10 months ago

New Zealand Company to Trial a Four-Day Week

"Right now. A lot of employers are having a hard time finding staff. I'm seeing signs and ads. Promise bonuses for new employees all kinds of perks. Some economists argue that better working conditions could change the game higher wages good benefit packages and how about a shorter workweek for the same pay jets. Lehman has this profile of a new zealand company. That's trying that approach. Few months i've been giving whole question of of how we work quantities. Andrew barnes stood before an assembly of his employees and told them that starting in about a month everyone would work only four days a week instead of five and he'd keep paying everyone their full salary they'd keep all their benefits. You forte's week and you will be five q the balloon drop and confetti cannons right. You know the initial response from the company was not rapturous applause. It was shock and followed by nervous laughter. Because what was the catch. The had to be a catch. This was in two thousand eighteen. Before the pandemic ended the meaning of work for millions and andrews company perpetual guardian wasn't some plucky new startup out to disrupt and shake things up the two principal. Units of my business have been around since the eighties so we are very much old school and trust companies. Aw very stayed dull boring. Dependable businesses estate planning basically synonymous with stability continuity. Doing things the way they'd always been done andrews colleagues were skeptical of his plans to say the least girl italy every single person on my board every single member of the leadership team all four. It was not gonna work. And i was mad but andrew very conveniently owned a good chunk of the company.

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"lehman" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

06:56 min | 11 months ago

"lehman" Discussed on Marketing Trends

"On google chatter baseball chad or instagram by Wherever they are in have a question how do you meet them there but make it easy for the business to respond in real time in in a timely fashion. That feels often wanna separate the conversation. Here talk talk small business. Talk enterprise you'll have at at our last. Cards is sixty thousand companies that you with on the platform. Yeah so you have small businesses. You have enterprise. I kinda wanna start. Stir small business. I hear the needs of the small business to do this stuff. Right is really important. A really scary because getting customer reviews means. You have to get reviewed like go. Ask somebody in a restaurant. If they like reviews. I was just looking online his two days ago about I saw this thing where this guy screen shotted reviews from people about a location that they'd never been there one stars like never been here. I'd like one star review like mojave desert. Whatever one-star star looks off on. You're like wait. What so you know. That is a problem for small businesses but but again this is essential to get business so with gary is if you just let it run rampant in you sort of say. Oh i don't wanna touch it because there's negative reviews other the reality is and we've done all sorts of stats and surveys on this. People over over sixty percent of them will leave you a positive review if you just ask them in naked easy right because when you have bad reviews out there who the people leave beverage while there's a trollers like you just mentioned like like never been there but i i i left and they're messing with businesses but it's people who are upset right people who have the problems get on in use that 'cause they're only vehicles get out and complained so they put it out there so the first thing that we talk about is i monitor all you gotta make sure you're a wearable stuff easy to have it centralize you need to then respond to them right both positive in especially the negative ones. Getting out there apologizing. You'd be surprised. How many people actually take down a battery view if you're doing. The right thing and responding in the other side is small businesses out there a really good frankly they bust their butts put their heart and soul into their business and if works and people are generally happy they just don't say oh. I had a great experience now. They made like tell somebody that they you know that happened. But they're not gonna go out and put this online unless you make it really easy. And that's that's what we do. We we essentially work with the businesses to make it. We call it on all on autopilot but essentially like hey again just. I just closed the a an appointment with somebody got back in system like a detrick or one of these. Crm's specific for that industry. We have an integration. And as soon as i closes five minutes later they get a text in their phone. That's hey did you have a good visit. Would love to would love to have you review. And you don't have to log into anything. You're already basically logged into google or facebook or whatever on your phone. And it's like three clicks in somebody who had a great experience can lead you a positive review so again. it's just not so much of. How do i hide the bad ones. Or what's the right strategy to leverage the really good happy customers you have in make it easy for them. Easy for the business to drive those reviews and works. I want you to get into a case study for us. You have a colon on blaze pizza. Would what is this company. And what were they doing. Yeah i mean it's a crazy market out there. Everybody's got gourmet pizza. The pizza hut's domino's right. It's crazy battle for for market. Share out there of how do you just get more people coming in the door and and selecting you and with blaze was looking at was haywar growing super super fast like literally like a new location every every five days. so they're growing. They want to build up their reputation. The right way in these in these new markets in you know making sure they're showing up on google making sure wintel and says you know the best pizza near me right you need to. You need to drive that. In what google looks at there is a couple of things one is like the accuracy of your listings than the other. Is you know how many reviews you have. What's the star rating on those reviews. What's the are somebody responding to those reviews that actually comes into their outward as well and then the recency of it as well so it's not just like a bunch of reduce out there and then you're done. It's a battle to constantly get get people to to give you more and more review so you know what they did is a you know again. We're out asking their customers gable. Come in have experience. They would ask them for those reviews. And they you know grew tremendously got over four point three ranking on it doubled their sort of their their number of locations as well of one hundred seventy five percent more reviews and then the really interesting thing they did. Is they leverage our ai in our insights products to sort of see. Hey we got all these new stores. How do i make sure they're living up to the blaze standard right or they are they doing the right thing. Suharto does with our insights is will look at all the reviews. Will it surveys to in other communications. But in this case we're looking at the reviews and say where am i having problems. And so things like bird crossed. Dirty bathrooms like things like that. Started to bubble up in certain geographic regions. They were able to actually take action on that. They were able to go in work with the operators in the franchise owners in the local area and say hey how the with clean this up this over here in this will also looking at the competitors in the area making sure they were were staying ahead of about west so really excited how we help them. Continue to blaze for i guess. But he's for indeed Yeah i mean it's all those all those pieces that you mentioned are are so are so critical to think about. I didn't realize that you know all those go into the algorithm for google. But they sense right. I mean of course that those the things well again. What their algorithm could you changes. So we've got the expertise in how to where we're continuing to stay on top of that and you know. When cohen came around they were new fields that you could add in in adjust to make sure that you know the new hours and policies all that stuff. Where were they are so you know we. We've got that that's great partnership so we we can manage that for the rest of our our customers in stay. Stay ahead on the business side.

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"lehman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"lehman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Lehman and my guest today is Jamie Edwards, co founder of Cloud Break Health. What kind of struggles to be faced along the way? I'm sure there were some roadblocks. And how did you kind of work around those roadblocks that you weren't expecting to bump into struggles? Brady? How much time do you have every day? Right. Every day is a struggle. I think that's the thing about entrepreneurship every day. You really have your head down and your grind. Away and over time. What you discover is you poke your head up out of your cubicle at the end of the and you're like, Wow, we made progress. We made a lot of good progress, and I think an entrepreneurship. It's really important to celebrate your victories so that you are constantly saying what we hit this milestone. It's onto the next one and closing one chapter and moving on to the next. Um, there are a lot of different struggles. We had financing issues. There are always issues with product and getting it out the way that you wanted to their issues with systems going down, And when that happens, I think companies are really defined in their times of trouble. I think it's really easy to be a great entrepreneur. When everything is going great and the markets moving in your direction and making sales is easy, But I think companies are really defined about how do you handle that difficult sale? What happened when the system went down? And how did you respond? And did you do what was in your client's best interest to do it was in the patients and providers. Best interest. I think that really defined us as a company is that we have really risen to those challenges when they presented themselves and you're actually in the middle right now of raising capital. We are what is that process like and again you have tips for entrepreneurs who are kind of in the middle of raising capital and might be kind of like, what am I doing? Yeah, the most important thing is get that story down in the beginning and then understand that you're going to receive information from the market that might inform how you want to tell the story the next time it is a Continuous learning process and with every meeting and every know your story is continuously getting better, and it's your strategy is continuously getting better, and you're getting more comfortable telling the story in a way that might be more receptive to investors. So one I'd be open to that feedback and taken in and not take it as a criticism of your company or yourself. But just as an opportunity to explore and learn and with investors, it's about building confidence. So how can you build confidence in from the invest? Standpoint, if they were investing you? What would they want to know about you that help build confidence in your ability to execute and really be prudent with their capital? Because that's what they want to know. They want to know you're not going to go and spend it willy nilly on a bunch of different initiatives, but that you've got your plan and you can stick to that plan. Exactly. And you're the co founder and CEO of a company. What would you say Your management style is like, And would you want to work for you? Yeah, I've definitely work for people that I hadn't wanted to work for the past, and I learned a lot from that, and it's really informed my stuff. Strategy. Um, you know, in college, I waited tables and kind of that servant leadership that you learn and how to handle a bunch of different customers and clients and do those types of things to really understand the behavioral aspect of management is something that I really took to heart. So for me, servant leadership has always been at the top of my list. And I really view my role in the company as enabling my team and my employees to do their jobs. Better. So can I give them proper coaching proper? We're talking about capital raising is the company funded enough so that we can actually execute on the initiatives that we want and am I presented them with opportunities to grow and expand. And I my nurturing the culture of the business right to me. That all encapsulates what good servant style leadership is and Yeah, I think I'd want to work for me. I think I want to work for me. And how important would you say company culture is to the success of your business? I think it's really important actually just wrote an article for Forbes and that article was about you know how a culture is like a garden. You don't tend to that garden. What do you get right? You get weeds. It's much harder to get rid of those weeds, and it is to nurture your culture or that garden. So it turns into what you wanted to do, and you get all the great fruit and all the great vegetables, everything that you want out of it. So from that standpoint, culture needs to be nurtured. It needs to be top of mind. And that's something that is really my role as the CEO is. How can I build that culture and I would readily admit that there have been times in my company's history where I've ignored the culture. And when you ignore the culture it takes on a life of its own. Um, And while I want my employees and my team to have ownership of the culture, I don't necessarily want it going off in 10 different directions so really important to have great symbols, great reminders of what the culture is all about, and make sure that everyone's going in the same direction and you still wake up every day loving what you do. Yes, there definitely days where it's challenging..

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Is Your 401k Working for You?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Is Your 401k Working for You?

"401k as a retirement account established by employers for employees. That's tied to the stock market if you're out of company that offers a 401k. You can make contributions before the money hits your paycheck and then your contribution is invested in an account with your name on it. They will get super excited about 401k's because sometimes the employer can make a matching contribution to your account which is like getting free money and any money. You contribute goes in before taxes. However don't think this money is tax free because you do have to pay tax when you take the money out if you take it out before your fifty nine and a half yes. That's really the number of the. Irs up with you have to pay penalty fees. 401k's do tend to be the most popular retirement plan. But that doesn't necessarily mean it's the best one for you. Remember trusting your employer with your money is trusting your employer with your money. Why not trust yourself instead. Most people don't even realize that 401k's aren't actually meant to be retirement accounts for your entire retirement. They're technically profit sharing accounts because they allow you to have one hundred percent of your money in your company's stock which you should never do hello worldcom tyco and ron lehman brothers folks. Maybe it's just me but the basic idea of having your retirement and your job. So closely linked seems wrong after all familiarity might breed contempt in family but it breeds blindness in business. If you put all your money in your company's stock and the company goes out of business your livelihood is doubly screwed now with losing your job and later with losing your retirement savings. Let me repeat 401k's aren't and were never intended to replace your entire income when you retire. It's just how we started using them once traditional pensions which are meant to replace your income when you retire started becoming less

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"lehman" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"lehman" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

"Little check mark. Hey we know it works though. So then that's a good thing in most cases You know to have it so that other plug ins can't get in there. We may have to talk to ben over to in our department to maybe make an exception for yours. Once you get in the repository sounds good. So because we have to do that with We have our multi-site plug in and At one time we had our network plug in But now it's built right in. I don't know if you noticed that but capabilities boot right in but you have to Has to go through the blueberry. Api still have to pay us for the network kind of have something anything else you want to promote our here. No i think i'm good at is. Thanks for the opportunity to come onto the show. Thanks for for being there Like i said. I i can't spend as much time digging into that stuff is As i would love to. Because you know i do like to get a little geeky on this stuff but You know certain things. Make my eyes glaze over and all that bitcoin stuff and streaming sats and all that now. That'll be really cool once it's easy. Yeah definitely yeah. My problem is just a half. We're going to be easy. No it's not but it is neat. You know you figure was adam saying on all his getting what about twenty bucks a day or something. Yeah you know so it's not. It's not quit your day. Job money but You know hey by your coffee right right. Any little bit helps right. That's right anything in the positive direction. Annual.

"lehman" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

Podcast Help Desk

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"lehman" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk

"Is this thing on good morning. Good evening good afternoon. Whatever the case may be. This is mike and says podcast helped us number one sixty and today. We're gonna have some hot namespace talk as adam would say anyway. Andy lehman to have a conversation with me about his plug in called the podcast namespace wordpress plugin which is an add on to power press and adds more of the namespace tags to your rss feed power. Press does stock in probably. Does it a little better. Who knows Not better but More comprehensive i should say Andy also does a podcast. Called dudes and dad's it's over dudes and dad's podcasts dot com and we had a great chat and he corrected me on a lot of stuff. I love it when people correct me. Because i don't know it all over claim to know at all i tell you what i know the way i understand. It and india definitely cleared me up on a few things and we had a great chat so without further ado. Here's indy like to welcome. Indie lehman to the podcasts. How you doing. I'm doing real well. Thanks andy does a additional plug in. Or what do you call that. An add on or just a standalone plug in that defending alone. Yeah the depends on the blue blueberry power press plug in right and He knows a lot more about this namespace stuff than i do or at least some of the thinks so. I figured i'd get him on here and we'll talk about You know. I don't have atoms little intro.

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Podcast Namespace Talk with Andy Lehman

Podcast Help Desk

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Podcast Namespace Talk with Andy Lehman

"Like to welcome. Indie lehman to the podcasts. How you doing. I'm doing real well. Thanks andy does a additional plug in. Or what do you call that. An add on or just a standalone plug in that defending alone. Yeah the depends on the blue blueberry power press plug in right and He knows a lot more about this namespace stuff than i do or at least some of the thinks so. I figured i'd get him on here and we'll talk about You know. I don't have atoms little intro thing but sexy space. Serve space talk there. We go so Are plug in a blueberry. We've added the I believe location locked. Transcript something else but Not value the The funding tag and andy. Here's got a plugin that adds a whole bunch of other ones. Yeah so i originally created my plug. In based on the fact that i knew you guys gonna to it at some point but i wanted to play with it right away so i i developed a plug and it would add these other other tags in so. I'm supporting locked. Funding contact information transcript. Chapters person might season and episode. Those are the tags that i'm currently supporting in my plug in. Okay very good. yeah. I think we. We do season in episode for apple's tags but not the not the podcasting name spacer. It's called officially it's the podcast namespace by podcasting two point. Oh or the podcast. Index names to the same thing

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"lehman" Discussed on Hope Discovered

Hope Discovered

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"lehman" Discussed on Hope Discovered

"Well welcome to conquest community conversation. I'm keith ohio. President ceo of conquest services. And thanks for joining us. Today as you know we do these. Every so often to get our audience and stakeholders from conquest to get to know a little bit about either. What the agency does or how we partner with some folks in the community so today. I am blessed and privileged to have with me. Melissa pope from canton city schools and lehman middle school. So welcome thank you for having me. We're we're excited to have you. And i know we do a little bit of work at lehman in other place in canton city. So can you tell me a little bit about yourself and kind of what you do sure. I'm a school counselor. I work at lehman middle school. So i work with grades. Six seven eight. We have a roughly about six hundred students in the building. This is my seventh year as a school counselor lehman. What's a lot of kids to have to follow around a lot of students so it's about two hundred per grade. Yeah in how many school counselors are at at lehman just you. We have currently three school counselors so each school counselor specializes in one grade level so when people hear school counselor so i'm almost sixty so when i hear school counselor. I remember back when i was in school and school. Counselor was different and responsibilities. Were different than kind of what today is so. So what's a typical week would would some of the things that you do in your role well like when we were in school. They've always called guidance counselors and so now we do call them school counselors and our roles can be all over the place i mean. We're meeting with students individually were holding groups. We work with the staff administration. We're working with families linking up families to services we're also in charge of scheduling and Doing things like five or four plans and all over the place in. I would imagine teachers say you need to go see this pope most definitely and we do go into. The students classrooms to and do different lessons..

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Farmers Got A Government Bailout In 2020, Even Those Who Didn't Need It

Environment: NPR

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Farmers Got A Government Bailout In 2020, Even Those Who Didn't Need It

"Back in the spring. Farmers who raise pigs were in panic. Some of their usual customers restaurants weren't buying prices had collapsed. Some hog farmers had no place to ship their animals because workers in pork processing plants. Were getting sick. This is just a grave situation on hot launch. This is nick. Giordano a top lobbyist for the national pork producers council in may on a call with reporters unless there is a large cash infusion from the federal government. We're going to lose a lot of producers lots of different farmers demanded government aid and congress provided thirty five billion dollars in emergency aid to farmers on top of regular farm subsidies which amounted to about ten billion dollars a year. Money went to hog farms but also people raising cattle corn and soybeans fruits and vegetables. Dairy farmers. Joe glauber an economist. At the international food policy research institute had trouble keeping up with at all. You almost lose track of of how much money is going out. Clobber used to be the chief economist at the us department of agriculture. And he finds it a little disturbing because by the time. Farmers got a bunch of those payments in the summer and fall. The problems were going away. Commodity prices have come back up and actually looking better than they've looked in several years. According to usda estimates total farm income this year without that emergency aid would have been about average with the government payments. Twenty twenty looks like it'll be the fifth highest year for farm income in the past forty five years. I think there is a fundamental question at that point. You say well. Why are we providing all this additional aid especially since farmers group are relatively wealthy while millions of other americans are wondering how they will ford groceries. I called up some farmers and got several different answers. Chad lehman is co owner of hog farm in illinois that got more than seven hundred thousand dollars in government payments in twenty twenty according to usda data obtained by the environmental working group which is critic of farm subsidies. Lehman says it's really not much for as big as his. He ran up against a cap on government payments to any single individual or farm. So didn't come close to covering his losses. None of us expect to be made whole but are asked was hey help us get to next year without that money. You don't think you would have made it to next year. What think you would have seen significant fallout from the pork. Industry significant fallout but farmers didn't have to prove that they needed help. They simply got paid based on their previous production of green or pigs or cattle the more crops. They grew the more government. Money they got up to that cap ron roseman farmer in western iowa says his neighbors sometimes made jokes about it. You know all these farmers were getting together and playing cards. These older farmers. I heard one guy say yep got another check from the government today. Didn't need it but boy. Yeah i don't know what to do with it. Roseman got some of money himself and yet i'm not in favor of an overall because it has Disproportionately gone to the largest producers which means those large farmers now have more money to outbid their smaller neighbors when land comes up for rent or for sale and when small farms eventually give up means fewer people in rural communities less life in small towns. We just continue to fight declining and aging population out here. It's a paradoxical result. Rosement says but passing out money to farmers this way can actually hurt farming communities and more money is now on the way. The latest coronavirus relief package contains another eight billion dollars in payments to farmers. Dan charles npr news.

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Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn

"Hey everyone it's genial. I'm really excited today. And i have so many questions because today chelsea her short our guest on skinned from the couch. She is the founder and ceo afrita a company that makes products to make parents lives easier. I'm so excited. Because i like in my soon to be future. I will be obsessed with these products as my friends already are. It's one of the top selling parenting brands on amazon and you can find their products in over thirty thousand stores across the country chelsea. Thank you for being here. Welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you for having me a dory guys skin from the couch and take on a whole new meeting. yeah. I think everyone now is working from their couches. Okay we're gonna start out with an easy question. Skim your resume for us. Ooh okay. i worked in a candy store in high school in my town in in westchester my parents. Instill that of work ethic in both me and my siblings from a very young age but pressing fast forward too many details that far back i graduated from college went to law school where i met my husband and during law school. I was a legal intern for the new york. Mets my summer internship know the legal internship. When you're in law squad to your second year of law schools are a pretty big deal and it usually ends up. Hopefully if all goes well was an offer at the end of the summer and so my my summer internship after my second year of law school was with gotcha which was the pre eminent. Bankruptcy firm is started with them a second year of law school that was in two thousand seven and then got my offer. September two thousand eight. The world imploded. They actually asked. If i would start early. I started with them. I think it was like october. Two thousand eight. I joined the restructuring group and my first experiences. A lawyer was filing a general motors in american airlines bankruptcy and lehman brothers so spent about two years there and then my husband and i got married in about two thousand ten and he was general counsel for a brazilian private equity fund. That had just acquired burger king. They asked him and one of the other associates from the firm to go down to miami and run the restructuring. that's for burger. King is space and was founded. I left while you know shortly after we got married. Florida has what they call authorized house. Counsel's you actually don't have to take the bar if you work in house as an attorney. So it's really focused on finding an inhouse role and at the time removed. The miami marlins baseball team could had experience in baseball from law. School was opening a new ballpark so previous to that they had actually the facility from the miami dolphins the football team and they didn't have their own ballpark so they were building their own miami. I was brought on as associate in-house counsel director of non baseball revenues. So for the first time in franchise history. They were going to be trying to drive revenue that wasn't affiliated with baseball revenue. So it's sort of you know my first foray into running a peon. Al like an entrepreneurial or business unit within a large the larger confines of a much more resource organization and so i was there for four and a half years. I got pregnant with my first son a now three and we bought our first house in miami beach and my neighbor i was still working for the marlins in house. I was about probably six months pregnant at the time. My neighbor who was like the mayor of our blocks is lovely swedish woman. She invited us over for dinner and had been time about this business that she had started in her garage really and it was still in her garage. Had a few boxes of this swedish nasal spray that she sold to pediatrician's offices and baby boutiques and her kids were now teenagers and she wanted to know anyone. Miami interested in taking over the business. And i said you know about my okay my era i wasn't a parent yet. It didn't even it almost like went right over my head. Yeah i couldn't imagine what. The product was an eric as she wants you to buy the inventory for her. Then eventually you take over an hour running freda yes fast forward. What something that people can't find out about you from google earth lincoln that i really you know up until that moment i really was not a risk taker at all. I told the line. I did what was laid out for me and i i would never in a million years have predicted that i would have veered off. Course

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Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn

"Hey everyone it's genial. I'm really excited today. And i have so many questions because today chelsea her short our guest on skinned from the couch. She is the founder and ceo afrita a company that makes products to make parents lives easier. I'm so excited. Because i like in my soon to be future. I will be obsessed with these products as my friends already are. It's one of the top selling parenting brands on amazon and you can find their products in over thirty thousand stores across the country chelsea. Thank you for being here. Welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you for having me a dory guys skin from the couch and take on a whole new meeting. yeah. I think everyone now is working from their couches. Okay we're gonna start out with an easy question. Skim your resume for us. Ooh okay. i worked in a candy store in high school in my town in in westchester my parents. Instill that of work ethic in both me and my siblings from a very young age but pressing fast forward too many details that far back i graduated from college went to law school where i met my husband and during law school. I was a legal intern for the new york. Mets my summer internship know the legal internship. When you're in law squad to your second year of law schools are a pretty big deal and it usually ends up. Hopefully if all goes well was an offer at the end of the summer and so my my summer internship after my second year of law school was with gotcha which was the pre eminent. Bankruptcy firm is started with them a second year of law school that was in two thousand seven and then got my offer. September two thousand eight. The world imploded. They actually asked. If i would start early. I started with them. I think it was like october. Two thousand eight. I joined the restructuring group and my first experiences. A lawyer was filing a general motors in american airlines bankruptcy and lehman brothers so spent about two years there and then my husband and i got married in about two thousand ten and he was general counsel for a brazilian private equity fund. That had just acquired burger king. They asked him and one of the other associates from the firm to go down to miami and run the restructuring. that's for burger. King is space and was founded. I left while you know shortly after we got married. Florida has what they call authorized house. Counsel's you actually don't have to take the bar if you work in house as an attorney. So it's really focused on finding an inhouse role and at the time removed. The miami marlins baseball team could had experience in baseball from law. School was opening a new ballpark so previous to that they had actually the facility from the miami dolphins the football team and they didn't have their own ballpark so they were building their own miami. I was brought on as associate in-house counsel director of non baseball revenues. So for the first time in franchise history. They were going to be trying to drive revenue that wasn't affiliated with baseball revenue. So it's sort of you know my first foray into running a peon. Al like an entrepreneurial or business unit within a large the larger confines of a much more resource organization and so i was there for four and a half years. I got pregnant with my first son a now three and we bought our first house in miami beach and my neighbor i was still working for the marlins in house. I was about probably six months pregnant at the time. My neighbor who was like the mayor of our blocks is lovely swedish woman. She invited us over for dinner and had been time about this business that she had started in her garage really and it was still in her garage. Had a few boxes of this swedish nasal spray that she sold to pediatrician's offices and baby boutiques and her kids were now teenagers and she wanted to know anyone. Miami interested in taking over the business. And i said you know about my okay my era i wasn't a parent yet. It didn't even it almost like went right over my head. Yeah i couldn't imagine what. The product was an eric as she wants you to buy the inventory for her.

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2 more positive coronavirus cases on Tennessee Titans

The Rich Eisen Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

2 more positive coronavirus cases on Tennessee Titans

"There's an organization called news channel five in in in Tennessee NC five, news channel five. In Tennessee and there is a reporter in Nashville News Channel Five Steve Lehman Thank you Don Bowie. On thank you for the follow Steve Lehman sources confirm to news channel five that a group of about fifteen titans players fifteen held a workout at Montgomery Bell Academy last Wednesday one day after the team's facility was shut down by eight positive covid nineteen tests. If in fact, the case against sources confirm to news channel five. Dan The. NFL IS GONNA come down hard. That's just the end of that because that makes a lot of sense as to why would players continue to test positive that after the PRISCILA closed back if it's just like everybody go home and sit on zoom. What's going on? 'cause after two straight days of the titans being covered. Negative on mass two straight days of no positive tests to more popped positive today. Leading the titans next game against the. Bills, by the way. In heavy doubt. Tom Pella Sarah, my colleague from NFL Media Group has been all over this. tweeting out earlier, today that the NFL and the players association are were been more looking into whether the titans working out together off site while the facility was closed. Because again, two more players learned positive test today bringing the total of twenty for the team and staff and you know the NFL is you know as sent out. More stringent. Threats and teeth to their. Penalties for violations of the protocol.

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U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

Morning Edition

04:05 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

"So for 82 years, American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they could be paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people. But today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs that they call exploitative and discriminatory. NPR's Alina, sell your reports. Jerry Dagostino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do, like, go out to eat. Sometimes daughter more days go to events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode Island, doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes. Packaging ice packs, assembling boxes for jewelry. If I remember correctly, my first my first paycheck was only 12 box. I just question myself a cz. You know, I really don't want to keep doing that worked for my whole life. Dagostino now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than $12 total. But he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage, thanks to that carve out in the labor law. Centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities in a separate cluster there, pay is estimated to average $3.34 an hour. To calculate individual pay. The center's regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to an experienced non disabled worker half as fast half the pay Now the U. S Commission on Civil Rights says this programme and the law should be phased out. In short. The program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work. Catherine Lehman chairs the commission, she says. Instead of expanding opportunities, the program's limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with regular wages. I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated now over a decade's a federal assumption that people with disabilities Are less capable full employment than people without disabilities. A lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs, including how many people they employ. Estimates range from 100,000 to 4 times that Most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the program's a run by nonprofits. They get state and federal money to support these jobs. Many of them have government contracts. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who want the programs to remain an option, a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother, Linda Howe, from Wisconsin, testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November. We're parents with their son's best interest at heart. Any suggestion that we would allow him to be taken advantage of our discriminated against is an insult. Families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to let the program's B Some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they'd go, Lehman says that is why her agency is recommending a careful, gradual phaseout. Disability rights advocates have wanted such a phase out for years. They point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated thumb A new Lewis. We're now fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the Blind, testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing, And because of that misguided compassion, these individuals been significant part of their lives. Wasting away in that works out making money for our center but wasting away. And I I'm just sitting here really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative. Four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum. Several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed.

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U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:07 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Agency Urges End To Below-Minimum Wage For Workers With Disabilities

"So for eighty two years American labor law has had a carve out for some workers with disabilities they paid less than minimum wage. This was meant to encourage employment of more people today a top federal civil rights watchdog says the exemption should end because it's been trapping workers in job programs they call exploitative and discriminatory NPR's Lena Seljuk reports. Jerry. Douglas Dino had a job but couldn't afford a few things he wanted to do like go out to eat sometimes. Vase Goto events. He was working alongside other people with disabilities at a center in Rhode. Island. Doing what he calls bench work road tasks like fitting rings into heating tubes packaging ice packs assembling boxes for jewellery. If I remember correctly by I by first paycheck was only twelve bucks I just cautioned myself as you know. I really don't WanNa keep doing what my whole life Doug AC- now works at a supermarket where his paycheck is a lot more than twelve dollars total but he spent years in that center which made him below minimum wage. Thanks to that carve out in the labor law centers like that are often called sheltered workshops because they keep people with disabilities a separate cluster their pay is estimated to average three dollars and thirty four cents an hour to calculate individual pay. The centers regularly time their workers comparing how fast they do tasks to inexperienced non-disabled worker half as fast half the pay. Now, the US Commission on Civil Rights says this program and the law should be phased out in short the program doesn't work and it is designed in a way that it can't work Kathryn Lehman chairs the commission she says instead of expanding opportunities, the programs limit them don't really prepare people for work in the community jobs with rights wages I was. I was ashamed of the ways that we have operated. Now over a decades, a federal assumption that people with disabilities are less capable. Full employment than people without disabilities, a lot of data are missing about sub minimum wage programs including how many people they employ estimates range from one hundred, thousand to four times that most have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Commonly, the programs run by nonprofits, they get state and federal money to support these jobs many of them have government. And their most vocal supporters are some of the workers families who won the programs to remain an option a safe environment for relatives with disabilities. One mother Linda how from Wisconsin testified before the Civil Rights Commission in November we are parents with our son's best interest at heart. And you suggestion that we would allow him to be taken. Advantage of are discriminated against is an insult families like hers helped workshops flood the commission with a record number of comments asking to lead the programs be some described workers with quote severe disabilities worried about where they go Lehman says, that is why her agency is recommending a careful gradual phase out disability rights advocates have wanted such A. Phase. Out For years the point to success stories of people thriving outside of the systems that underestimated them, and you'll Lewis fights against sheltered workshops at the National Federation of the blind testified about his past work running one thinking he was doing the right thing and because misguided compassion these individuals spend significant part of their lives wasting away in that workshop making money for our center but wasting away. And I am sitting here. Really feeling sad about what I perpetuated because there is a better alternative four states have abolished sheltered workshops to support more jobs in the community. Seven states have moved to end wages below the minimum several federal bills trying to do so on a national level have so far failed. Alina. So you NPR, news Washington.

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Is the Netflix documentary "Cutie" breaking federal law?

Best Case Worst Case

08:57 min | 1 year ago

Is the Netflix documentary "Cutie" breaking federal law?

"Alone. Welcome to best case worst case this is Jim Clemente retired profiler former New York City prosecutor writer-producer CBS's criminal minds with today's high everybody. It's Francey, Hague's former state and federal prosecutor. Jim. Across the country and if it's possible, I'm even more outraged. Shall I say enraged than I was last week I find it. I. Don't know very believable. Because I know you but I know what you're outraged and enraged about. I agree with you tim I don't understand what's happening. You know we've we've done what is happening I. Don't know we've done. I don't know how many episodes where we've talked about. Hollywood. We've talked about power position predators. We've talked about a Hollywood sexualizing we talked about that movie call me by your name I remember that one member that you and I saw that. and. Just being outraged at the sexualizing of children and in that movie if I'm not mistaken, there was a nineteen year old actor playing a fifteen year old boy I think if I remember correctly. and. That was bad enough because it was depicting. The sexualization of a child even though it wasn't an actual trial here Jim in the newest entry into net flicks Pantheon, we have a movie called well in English. It's called cuties and it was released just last night as you are recording here. So on September ninth here in the US. Anyway it was released on Netflix said it's a French movie I think the original title was something like Lehman Mignon. Which I would. You know I was a French minor but French is a longtime ago for me I, thought meant the little ones but maybe it means cuties regardless. The Americanized is name is called cuties. And Jim. I didn't see the movie yet. But I've seen a clip of a dance from the movie before we get into the discussion of the movie. Let me just tell people who haven't seen the clips and you haven't seen the description of the movie. What is purportedly about? This movie is described by various media critics who've seen it. As a coming of age tale, a young girl fighting against the patriarchy. Now, how is she coming of age how she fighting against the Patriarchy this eleven year old she joins she's a Muslim child and she joins a dance troupe. Wow. That sounds interesting. Right she's breaking out of her cultural barriers whatever they might be or whatever she perceives them to be. She joins a child's dance troupe with a bunch of other eleven year old well, that sounds perfectly innocent. Well not really however. It's really not Jim because you and I have seen the clip why don't you take it from here? Well, for not I did just see the clip and I was shocked I was shocked at two things one the focus of the camera. On the general areas of young girls very deliberately. Very, sustained, very purposefully. But I'm also shocked by the fact that this depicts a dance competition and in the dance competition, these girls are on stage in public. Doing these you know basically dance moves and I'm using those air quotes that are that are basically saying and touching their general areas and a showing off between their legs I mean. They're simulating sex. That's the that's certainly a very. Easy determination or that's an argument that. CAN EASILY BE. Made. So, this bothers me for two reasons. One is that. It's apparently a competition that they're in in which this kind of behavior is actually. Promoted and encouraged. But the documentary style of it. Is that they are showing close ups of these girls is one thing if they're thirty, forty, fifty feet away on a stage, but to have a camera. where the entire screen is filled with the Crotch of an eleven year old girl and the camera is focused on that and again it's sustain it's not just passing. That is part of the definition of child pornography when a child is centralized in a way and they don't have to be naked for it to be child pornography but the image has to be focused on the Genitalia or on sexual activity, and even if that's mimicking sexual activity is putting a child in a sexualize situation and I believe that this does that. In fact, and I, I don't know what the rest of this movie is about but it's scary to think that this is just one scene in movie that that purports to do things like for example. There's a parental warning apparently on imdb would says, one of the many highly sexualize erotic dance scenes. That purposefully exploit an objectify numerous scantily clad underage girls. One of the female child dancers lifts upper crop top to fully display her bare breast. This they're saying. This is supposedly literally pulled from my md be yes. That's pulled from my MTV which they've changed as of now this this has just been a massive explosive controversy over the last twelve hours Jim and you're absolutely right. I. Hate telling you that because God? Usually wrong. But here you're absolutely right. It does fit the definition at least in the United States the federal definition for child pornography, which is the lascivious display of the genitals for the purpose of arousing the sexual desires of the viewer. There is no other way to describe how these children are dancing and that IMDB description minimizes it by saying it's sexualizing or Roddick with underage girls. They're eleven, years, old eleven what is that? Fifth. Grade. Fourth Grade. That's it's crazy that anyone thinks that this is okay. But the most important thing to me is that I think it might be a federal crime. It certainly fits the definition now in federal law in this country, there is an exception if it's art, but that is required to provide a whole bunch of information to the Attorney General of the United States about the age of the actors when there's any depiction. The age of these actors is clearly under eighteen. There's no question about it. Not Right now, typically Hollywood gets away with it by having someone who has just turned eighteen play somebody who's younger but that's not what's going on here and there was among the years ago called kids I think and they did the same thing they had actually young people and although they didn't actually they sort of hit the sexual parts, they suggested it. But this because of the music that's playing in the background that's clearly of a sexualize nature because of the humping that's going on and the touching of the general areas by these girls, and then you know the cutesy sucking on the finger. To, make it seem like an innocent girl is being sexualize. It's all together. It really does make me. Believe that they are they are violating federal child pornography statute and I think that that's something that you know it's not just well, this is a French movie and we're trying to be open minded this this this description goes on to say. Trigger Warning and eleven year old girl watches a female rap music video where naked women role play through dance both heterosexual lesbian sex acts an eleven year old. Female. Dance Group then mimics these sexual moves, the on themselves and on each other while the camera zooms in on their sexual body parts as they erratically rise. This can be highly distressing to many viewers. Covered Hani legal.

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"lehman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on KTOK

"On your on with Lehman fears. I know nothing about your H N h. I took a gun That was suddenly I inherited from my grandfather with 22 long rifle. It was kind of old older than me. And I needed a new spraying. They replaced the spring. But in the meantime, they crushed the magazine and they put all sorts of vise marks in it. So I was not happy with their work it all. Well, I'm sorry You had a bad experience with it. But you know, you're welcome to go wherever you like. Not going to spend a lot of time dish edition on it because I've never had a bad experience over there was radio 1000. Katie. Okay, it's the Dr Leslie is an admin. Hi. Hey, Leslie. Is this, Leslie? Dan. Dan. I'm sorry. There you go. Hey, I've got a couple of things real quick. I'm gonna vote first advice instead of who's the other lady? She don't want to come on your show. Terry Neese? Yes, right. Yeah. For a couple of reasons. First thing, she pronounces the word 44. 44 okay? And everybody knows it's a 44. All right. He's going to keep 40 or by your bed. I'm going to keep a 53 by my okay. And now I love the ladies and I don't mean any. I don't many, many men any disrespect, but My That's a big 1 44 caliber gun for a lady. I'm sorry. She doesn't keep a 44 by her bed. I'm sorry. Well, I I said that same thing yesterday, Dan and I had to people calling, sir. What you're saying women can't handle a 40 for us it? No. I'm saying most women don't want to buy my my wife won't because because of how hurt your hands? Yes, because okay, Another thing is free advertisement is free advertisement. You know, even if it's bad advertisement, it's advertisements. Get your name out there. Why wouldn't she? You know you've got you've got what 60 Million people listening to you. So why wouldn't they? I don't get it. Well, I think that I think she was afraid that I would ask her a difficult question that she couldn't have answer in a controlled bumper sticker platitude way and I can understand that, but I assured her and I assured her people I would ask the same questions. I asked Stephanie Vice And basically it was. What do you want to do? How are you? What's your What's your platform? Bullet points of your platform. How do you plan to beat Kendra Horn? And then I would ask about some of the criticisms of against him. Like for instance, for a Stephanie Bice I After about the being accused of raising taxes and other things I would ask Terry Neese. The accusations of her on gun control. I would ask about you know why she withdrew her name to be one of the heads of the men and and and her relation with the Clintons. But those are all fair questions. They're out there right right for her, not being able to want to get on the forum like this. Where she together. You know any publicity out? That's that settled it for me, and I got one more thing. Masks of shame are not required A crest shot crest. Have a good day. Okay, I I do. I love I love that place eight for a 1000. Leigh Matthews. Katie. Okay. Is this Leslie This is thank you, Leslie. I got my heart. I got my phone number's on my.

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"lehman" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here's guy greetings from Lehman, Zappala Bar and I looked to my left and I've got one of the most beautiful bean field you will ever see. I looked a little further down the road, Huge corn tassel ing out. It's been a great growing season. I look a little further to my right. And there are apple trees, as far as the eye can see everything that in terms of agriculture in Michigan just a landscape worthy of someone's artistic talents. Just a beautiful day. Great to have you with us. But I wish you were with me so you could enjoy the taste of the apples. Look at the cider and all the other. And yes, there are doughnuts here. S o. We're delighted that you could be with us. But we wish you were with us in person. We'll be talking to some wonderful farmers. Just ahead is our AG tour Continues here on the guy Gordon Showing new stock, 7 60 W. J R So The governor, You know, she has a briefing. We assume that it's going to be about something that is of immediate importance to the fight against Corona virus, something that is a short term in nature, not trying to solve long term problems. But trying to solve the immediate problem at hand infection control better ways to do that, maybe an update on the vaccine or trials that we could get involved with. How we can get the economy moving again, maybe even a relaxation of some of the restrictions on the economy that now exist. No. She's declaring racism. A public health crisis I think is the racism is a scourge on our society. I think it is many things I will leave it up to you as to whether or not you think it qualifies. As a public health crisis. I think a symptom of racism is that is perhaps the inequities in public health. But a public health crisis. We are in the midst of a public health crisis. Oh, and she's classifying it This way. Let's get it from the governor's mouth herself. Cut. Three, Please. Michael today also signed an executive directive declaring racism as a public.

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"lehman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Whoever exit doors knowing they say call Lehman was a nickel. So make good money, you know. But this'll get photo. Don't see. And then you take in the big bad. Today. I'm in a hotel in the backcourt. He wanna slack off course you got it. Cavil G. We let them rest because they let in the Mexico don't see lip on a man..

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"lehman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Our conversation they'll love to hear from law enforcement love to hear from Lehman to again these issues need to be understood by all American citizens so that you don't just have to be law enforcement to see what transpired in the lan and say oh yeah that there's nothing wrong with that we need to get that too it needs to be easy for the citizens the lame and the non law enforcement to understand otherwise do you got a problem because you need us on your side we need to see right away that this use of force is appropriate okay you you get that right all right so we want to hear from you if your law enforcement to explain why this was appropriate it in my mind it was but it's also not completely and totally a no brainer to me I think that there is room for questioning and challenging and say well what if and alternately let's just understand something this all boils down to a call for somebody who was clearly intoxicated behind the wheel we as a society for decades now have been imploring our lawmakers and our law enforcement to crack down on this zero tolerance for driving while intoxicated well if it's zero to this is what zero tolerance looks like we asked the police to put themselves in a position to crack down on this kind of thing what do you want them to do especially when that person then resist arrest couples with them takes their weapon please interns and uses that weapon on them I mean come on triple eight six thirty W. one more thoughtful email and we'll get to you because this might inspire some conversation to this is from Cody the taser the police officers carry have reloadable cartridges and vary in range most Kerry twenty foot cartridges but are available up to thirty foot most officers carry three cartridges the caller ID said it reaches six feet is completely wrong that may be something he could buy commercially off the shelf and character himself the law enforcement officers are not limited to six feet I just wanna pause here this is not an email but let's just be clear but I don't know what it Lana police officers carry that may be true but we should also concede that law enforcement at the various over thousand jurisdictions in this country city township guarantee and states they are not all going to carry the same taste in addition to the reloadable card use a taser is not a one and done weapon if the assailant didn't have another cartridge that cartridge could be removed and used as a stun gun so it would still have the ability to go past that the officers who were in close proximity the fear of that is that he could actually reach the officer's pistol and shoot the other officer others another caller made the point that police officers should have let him sleep it off but how did you get into the parking lot in the first place either his party was close to the parking lot to walk into Wendy's or he had to drive there and passed out so he had already potentially posed a threat that that's true and let's just be clear here yeah it I remember when I was a kid learning how to drive and they said that you had too much to drive and you think your tower if you're sleeping if you're sleepy behind the wheel Paul over go under an underpass sleep it off go to rest but sleep it off the fact of the matter is if you're intoxicated you're sleeping in your car you were behind the wheel in the police encounter you and they determined that you were intoxicated you're down body you know sleeping in the car while intoxicated is not an excuse and get out of jail free card okay that's just the way it is now you may not like that we may now we determined that it leads to an incident like this good then let's fix the law if that's the case but you can't now after the fact as a politician say what were the police do and he was just sleeping so they killed him for sleeping in his car no to hell with you sorry you politicians are the ones who made the laws you are in fact lawmakers you have said that if somebody is sleeping behind the wheel because they have been intoxicated than they are susceptible to be arrested for driving while intoxicated don't now change the rules on us not when it means throwing cops under the bus for enforcing your laws triple eight six thirty W. M. eight L. I hear this a lot this argument from John in Fairfax so let's go to John so you can make your arguments it because this is worth discussing go ahead John Hey how you doing Larry good what's your take on this Sir okay so what you know what was coming to my mind as I was listening to all of this was like there what you could do I mean if you're absolutely if your eyes an officer you have to make a judgment call that you know you have to you know open fire right yeah look look for maiming or wounding rather than killing yes you know looking for a way to kill exactly you look for a way to afford something we will just knock it get him down but you know don't under the lights especially if it wasn't you know I mean if you're in a war zone where you're sure everybody shooting back and forth that's a different story you you got to shoot to kill your cat you know give can be looking all I might and I have to look for a leg or something like that you know but if bullets are flying left and right everywhere you know but this does not work this was you know this was a different situation so I was thinking maybe there should be more disciplined towards Europe to be more in the dark have better discretion in where you are if this is the scenario that the rand I hear you and it's not immediately looking for you know the the kill target so I'm sure that there are a lot of police officers who love to respond to this as well because I hear this a lot and I know that there were there was.

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"lehman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on KTOK

"Oklahoma dot com teddy Lehman here I've worked with some great teams in my day including the team's Chicago title Oklahoma if there's one thing I've learned it's that it really does matter where you close welcome back from real estate on the move your this and the Bacchae Ivins and can make bride on the I guess I am the president but I love the broker of movers real estate company here in central Oklahoma and him met bride is the president of Chicago title Oklahoma and we're talking about the roles in the transaction the roles in the real estate transaction so there's the realtor yes there's the closing company or the closure yes but the two most important roles in the transaction who were those can well the lender is frequently one of the most important roles in transaction most real estate transactions involve some type of financing of the property and that's that's kind of the way our system has been set up and it has worked one reason our our system a real estate has worked so well is the availability of money to borrow if people had to pay cash for every piece of real estate there are a lot of people who would know on their home right for sure aunt that primary amongst all the the roles in the transaction would be the parties to the transaction absolutely and there are two parties to the transaction as a general rule you have a buyer and a seller there you go and and the buyer and the seller are if if their wives they they have the assistance of a professional realtor who will guide them through the process because the process of of of buying or selling a home is a lot more than just putting a sign in the yard the the realtor is advising the the buyer and the seller on issues and items of value items but the market looks like they're advising them regarding the general terms of a contract and although there is a contract form most people don't realize it but many of those provisions are negotiable in a in a circumstance where one party may may do something that is not the ordinary course of a real estate transaction they make her pay for one party may pay for something that normally the other party might pay for it and so having the advice of a skilled professional realtor is vital at that point the transaction you you you need to be working with someone who who this is not they they don't just sell a house or be involved in it house sale once every five to ten years yeah and you know most realtors do several transactions each year so you get a lot of experience on that and some of them are very unique experiences so are you ready to take a phone call sure if you guys have a phone call you can always do call us here at four oh five eight four oh one thousand that's our listener line good morning mark economic your lawn good morning couple real estate are for you okay realistic they're all available we're not hurt if you're not already and drug deal gone bad about a block away I'll put up for sale immediately right you get the message you know one in gruesome drug deal deals right away so the restored one program for this line which is fine with me now I'm not well I tell a while well settler clothing company well they would want to hear that you know I sure well it looks like it's simple people I'll pay all the closing costs and all that stuff and I wish okay as long as we get our five twelve right anyways you know closing costs I read about couple grand at least match with a simple transactional work what this was but anyway we got through it when I got my house and that Ralph on the remodel projects but here's one more for you this shows shows that some people are limited in our vision and all they think by Brandon five grand we want our fiber and we don't care about anything else your available on health for the move but fifteen years ago then hello to the removal are gone are you ever sold one before but I'd like to kind of get rid of it twenty twenty it's been good storage for all the records that not all of your ever sold one before but it's never been hooked up I eat a plumbing on the water and all that stuff but it is available in the desert if you're curious on looking at other listing it are looking at it you know we're kind of walking through it or something they can be there there would be a lot more dependent upon upon that market there's a lot of things that you know someone called us yesterday about selling a double wide on an acreage way out from where we're located and what we do is we look at it first of all what's the seller's ability to sell it of like the one we're going out on today it has at first glance they as much on it as the retail price would be to sell it so do the sellers have the ability to pay the commission on the closing cost so there's there's a lot more into it than only the property we can sell a moved on house this not hooked up indeed we can and I've done that before usually don't get very much money for it as far so but it kind of depends on where it is location location location in the real estate business give your number to Mr Gannon and I'll give you a call we can talk specifically about it sure well happy new year mark thanks for your call okay but that there's you you can sell that right every piece of real estate in and associated types of things all of these can be closed and and I think one of the things that he brings up is how different each piece of real estate is how different the circumstances are for a a different types is types of dwellings property that commercial residential property is residential with perhaps a future commercial use because of its location each piece of property is unique and a lot of people think that what they know about real estate is automatically going to transfer over to each piece of real estate when sometimes you have to learn about about each piece individually well when you move something on to a property it sounded to me like this gentleman had a an actual stick built house a structure that move from one place to another and that happens a mobile home there's a lot to know about a mobile home hard to get financing on mobile homes you have to have the like the then number basically up on both sides of that mobile home and they have to match except one today and want to be you have to know whether or not it's the wheels have been taken off does it still have the girders under it I mean there's has it been is it still tagged as a vehicle or has it been the tag been relinquished to the county and made a part of the land and tax that white luckily I that was easy to obtain that information due to our good county records but what would you say about something like that mon mobile home transactions are are particularly complex partly because of our law and the requirement that that perhaps the the most difficult requirements is that we we pay the current year's taxes each year we have an alarm taxes of that or do and we have to pay those said alarm taxes but if we if it's before November those tax amounts it are not ascertainable in those taxes are not playable and so if you're if you're handling a mobile home transaction in June you're going to have a considerable amount of difficulty with the tax issue where and and most taxing authorities will work with us.

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"lehman" Discussed on Tales From The PROS

Tales From The PROS

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on Tales From The PROS

"I love my thirty four years when I did. It's probably not an answer to the question, but I think that's the school who says I'm going to get. So it seems like feeling with people. Yeah. I did I I love dealing with people. Well you know success for me and I'll kinda jump. The next one. Success for me was always the attitude that wherever I've been whoever has worked for me. Whoever I've coached will end up being better than I was among my goal is to say this in my staff meetings especially early on said, my goal is for each of you grow to be better rise higher and be more successful back whatever that means to you than I was that was always my goal I was never the manager that wanted to put somebody under my boat. I. Wanted all of them to succeed at a greater level than me. So for me success was watching people that came up underneath me and went onto will then as long as I had people do that as happy. To me, that is success. That's a perfect perfect way of ending the this this episode for it's really appreciate it. So working everyone find you your. Social Media website. You can find me Fritsch Lehman on Lincoln you can find me on twitter. If you. If you message me on link Dan, I'll be happy to message you back. I can give you my email address a. Happy to talk to anybody I, I do enjoy the interaction with people. And if people are being sincere and they want my. Advice help whatever you WANNA call I'm happy to talk to you. So look for me on link to send me a message and I'll respond. Amazing. Thank you so much for being a part of this podcast and and essentially sharing your story with us. I'm very thankful. Very humbled. And appreciative. So so thank you again. Thank. You invite me back. Absolutely. Cool. Well, again, everyone for listening and this is your host Michael Giorgio Tales from the pros and until next time. Thanks guys..

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"lehman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:07 min | 3 years ago

"lehman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Twelve eighty seven ninety an ounce. The euro dollar fourteen sixty one the yen one eight point five q watching General Motors up more than six and a half percent this morning. It said that it'll grow profit in and twenty nineteen even as global auto sales level often investors haven't expecting a tough year. And FOX's confirming. It does not intend to bid for any of the FOX regional sports networks that Disney may sell as required under terms of its seventy one billion dollar aquisition of twenty th Century Fox assets. According to a regulatory filing, and that's a Bloomberg business flash. Tom and pitcher and thank you so much. I am one who does not do a lot of look back books. They look back in their history and all that. But every once in a while, there's a Jain enormous exception. That is true of the two hundred twenty eight pages of the fed in Lehman Brothers because it's not done by some crackpot Leman was wrong. The fed was wrong. Everybody's. Is wrong wrong wrong wrong, and you go. Yeah. But what of they know unfortunately as Lawrence ball at Johns Hopkins University. He's a first class. Economist Greg man-kyu among others up at Harvard raves about the fed in Lehman Brothers Lawrence ball. Good morning. I found your two hundred twenty eight pages chilling and riveting I wanna cut right to the key chapter. Which is at Leeman wasn't insolvent. How do you know that? Well, thank you for having me on your show. The way we know. Lebron's financial condition is there's actually a tremendous amount of evidence gathered primarily by investigations by the bankruptcy examiner for the bankruptcy court and also congressional commission which had subpoena power and got a lot of documents about leaving finances and real time and essentially Leeman at stated. Financial statements. What it's what it's assets were worth equity was. But we also have in real time estimate by other financial institutions are how much they overvalued their assets. And we can combine those together a sense of okay. How do you respond to someone who says okay, you're having a Cup a Cup of coffee with chairman banenky? And someone collegial says that's great professor ball. But it's twenty twenty hindsight. How do you respond to that criticism of the great year? Look back. Well, I think I can answer that question on two levels. I think. It is a little unfair with hindsight to say, they should have done everything perfectly measured. Everything perfectly at the time. Where I have more problem in a way with fed officials is not the fact that they what they did. Then was not ideal. It's what they said over the last ten years they've dug in their heels. With a story saying that they didn't make any mistakes that there were legal impediments that made it impossible to rescue Leman brothers. Whereas we know with hindsight that was not true. Professor ball their quotes that come from variety of emails. I know that you have written about it. But I just want to offer a flavor of some of them where a former secretary of the treasury Paulson told people, quote, I can't do it. Again. I can't be Mr. bailout. In addition secretary Paulson's chief of staff, put the point as you described it. Bluntly was an Email to Paulson's press secretary, quote, I just can't stomach us bailing out. Lehman will look horrible in the press. Don't you think is this the right way to go about thinking about these crises? Well, I think that is the right interpretation that it was a political decision made primarily by Treasury Secretary Paulson. I mean, certainly is not how the decision should have been made that decision should have been made by the Federal Reserve based on the costs leaving bankruptcy was likely to do the to the economy, and it's very very unfortunate. That political pressure is is what drove the decision because didn't Leman brothers have collateral that would have served as the backstop for a loan from the Federal Reserve. Absolutely. That's really the central point of my book is that that officials say there was no way we could legally lend the money because alone legally requires collaterally, they didn't have collateral and to make a rather long story short. There's detailed evidence that they did have plenty of collateral. At the collateral story is really just an excuse for. What was actually a political decision learns Paul joining us the Johns Hopkins University, the fed in Lehman Brothers setting the record straight on a financial disaster. Professor ball, I interviewed John shows were shaved to lose with this wonderful monograph, I'm gonna say eight nine years ago. Why are there so many banking crises, and he came back with an a lot of Matthew nece folks to it's all about politics. What was the political calculus that good economists and treasury officials faced what was the politics were? They were wrapped around. I think the politics are really based on a misunderstanding. There's the term bail out, which is very unpopular term and people have the impression that what happened with a G and Bear Stearns, what could have happened with Leman was the government giving away taxpayer money and a lot of people resent the idea of giving away taxpayer money to Wall Street executives who get in trouble that the reality is that these aren't giveaways, we're talking about short-term loans that are very likely to be paid back that have good collateral. So so really the economics of it is that these kind of assistance by the Federal Reserve does not really cost to the taxpayer and it has a tremendous benefit in dampening financial crises. So, but unfortunately, politically that that message doesn't get through has that message gotten through the current lawmakers in the sense that dodd-frank places restrictions on. Federal Reserve lending. Yes, I'm afraid that because of the popularity of bailouts the Dodd Frank act adds, new restrictions. Restricting what the fed can do in lending money. So actually if. Exact replica of the Liman crisis were to happen today. It arguably would actually be illegal for the fed to rescue the new Leeman because of the new legal restrictions, and where they could have done it legally during the actual crisis, and that's a big step in the wrong direction. I think tying the feds Hanson a crisis, you know, the ballet here in academics. As we go back to badge it and lender of last resort. I mean A Meltzer late Allen Meltzer. Carnegie Mellon went on. And on about this within the history of the fed did lender of last resort just fail here in the crucible of crisis. Yes, I think it's really as simple as that that there was essentially version of a Bank run on Leeman brothers and going back to badge it in the nineteenth century, the central purpose of central Bank is to provide liquidity provide cash during a run like that and prevent an unnecessary calamity. And unfortunately, the fed just didn't do that. Again. I think for political reasons and the Bank bankruptcy. They've tried to give explanations for why they couldn't do it. But those just don't hold water. This has been wonderful Lawrence balls. Thank you so much. I can't say enough about this non Matthew hugely accessible, Tim. I love the quote, you had from the fed and Lehman Brothers Lehman Brothers setting the record straight. What's so important about this folks, if you're on global Wall Street is two hundred twenty eight pages, and it doesn't matter really if you agree or disagree with professor ball? It really gets a brain thinking about where we go. And I go back to John shows were Shays incredibly timely and important very academic way. Wonky math book to lose France on why there are so many banking crisis in the summary of it is politics that is we just heard from professor I would think that would be the answer to a lot of the issue. A lot of things. The financial system right now, we saw the dollar strengthen the euro give way and maybe we can triangulate to headlines out of Turkey where they're beginning to do things on the Syrian border. I don't want to link them directly that would be improper. But that seems to be sort of the international news flow right now, I'm just looking at oil down two and a quarter percent. I missed that down a dollar each. In west, Texas. Yeah. Down a hundred eighty points on the Dow, and what are you gonna read about this week? And what are you gonna think about oh, I'm finishing the Steve Jobs book by Walter which is behind the curve. Yup. Well, that's a good thing to be buying a curve. What's interesting? There is that book now synthesize with the latest challenges of apple. Yes. Must be one of the reasons why I decided to pick it up again. Go ahead. Tell me. I'm Northern Ireland ignorant on Ireland. I told vinyl credit. I'm just bring that I'm clueless. I'm reading as much as I can go to Belfast and Londonderry. That's what I should do. Mrs king went to Dublin. The last time I go, I was working for a great place. She loved loved she went to like you to hangs very important transit hub during the second World War for allied ships. And there it is we thank you so much for listening. Lots of news slow and continued forward with Pimm FOX and Lisa Abramowicz. Dow again, negative one eighty two the vix.

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