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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KSR

KSR

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KSR

"He deserves credit. Yeah and he Evidence that do gain you were talking about earlier Tell me one that game. He's one of the greatest best endgame bench coaches chefs. He didn't have any timeouts left. Tubby intentionally did not call timeouts when we were thinking should because he didn't wanna give k a chance to talk to these guys and that was brilliant. I thought that was that one of the game. I think i think he again. For those adjustments for what he did. Just do the whole tournament. I think he certainly deserves a lot of credit. I'll tell you my favorite tubby smith story Tubby smith got a house for his parents right as parents aging his dad was a world war veteran but got house force. Parents tubby actually built the house. Help build the house. I'm talking out there on all the big equipment digging up the foundation. He did all this for his parents. I mean he's one of those kinds of guys man and now he deserves more respect from everybody not just kentucky banned from college basketball in general amen. Thank you nice talking to you guys Keep it up. thanks right. appreciate the call. I wish we can get back to the phone lines but myron we just got about a minute to go here before the end of the show and i don't wanna make you feel too old but in one thousand nine hundred seven when tubby smith took over. I was only two years old stone. Yeah that's cool chime in on the mets a little bit younger twenty six. Oh well myron. I really appreciate you letting me team up with you. I think you were going to have your day to yourself but thanks for. Let me tag along on this right here. Thanks man picture the face tab when you get it and you lose. Oh there ain't gonna be no face tat but god. I think you're going to need to come down to kentucky to get some free food into at least watch this parking lot race. Maybe have some snickers in the freezer. I'll call the paramedics. You need them. Because i feel like you don't care something. Well man i really appreciate. It falls on twitter at mid calf by. Espn he's the one that knows his stuff. I am billy rutledge. You could follow me on twitter at sports. I'm sure i'll be back around filling in for old shannon the dude matthew mitchell. The former women's basketball coach will be hosting tomorrow. Can't wait to hear from him but everybody thank you for listening today. Thank you to match jones for the opportunity today and everybody have a good rest of the day often through the streets of soho in the rain..

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KSR

KSR

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KSR

"The leadership has been lacking a little bit at least in the public either. Yeah while i'm gone by the way. Football podcast tuesday right. You football coaches wednesday ryan. You're going to be there with them. They're doing it at the facility. they're inviting you. Will you do me a favor. Will you not wear that. My douglas football shopping. Just wear something like when you go to do the football coaching. So you don't need to show your toes sandal season. Thank you killing great. But i just feel like you can vacation. I feel like you could wear shoes when you go to the uk. Football thursday is the sources say basketball. Podcast friday is leeann haley monday. Is tom hart monday. The twelfth tuesday is myron metcalf and billy. Billy's debut wednesday is matthew mitchell. Got me good to hear from matthew mitchell. Isn't it very excited. I mean he got back to me immediately when i reached out to him doing the show. I think people are going to be really interested in how he's doing and all that thursday is pardon. My take and then. Friday is richie farmer and buck stivers. Maybe the most listens to show. We ever have richie farmer at buxton. We're you think you think richie and buck or outdraw. Pardon my take on my. I don't know about that. We live national listeners. On the part of my take day but rodney ryan. We're trying to pick which you know people were going to sit in with and we're already fighting over. Who gets richie and bucknell. You're both there. Okay i need both of you. Because i don't want buck. They can't be like when we were in clay county. He started talking about the the contests. And all that yeah. We can't. we can't have that on this radio. Show we gotta get crank this crank both of them up and let them go rick. I don't know if you're here that day but if you are be ready for the dump button okay. We'll do thank you. Thank you one. Eighty text machine seven. Seventy four five five four. We'll be right back. Thanks for listening to kentucky sports radio on talk radio ten eighty quarterback sports radio five seven one today beautiful day now sons out come on ads case bar and grill..

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It's the UK health care. John Calipari shows we roll into the second half coming up at the top of the hour Amenities stations. It's BB and radio with their and Hedrick, UK football wide receivers Coach Bamboo Night will join him and then the debut the Kyra L. C show at 7 30 Eastern time as the women have knocked off back to back ranked opponents, Cal. I don't know if you got to see any of their wind yesterday, but Ryan Howard played a little Can you top this with Dante Allen? She got 33. She was in the gym today. She probably expected me to go over and hunger. But, you know, I'm just to be honest. I'm trying to stay away from everything are The protocols have been so good. I'm watching and I'm so happy for the women and I was talking to somebody about Matthew Mitchell, who, you know, just a great guy who I missed. But coach is doing a great job. And those girls have you know they're women who are coming together and I just couldn't be more happy for him. But she was. She was in the gym today with us. She's always hung around with us question from Chris on social media To get you to talk about the reaction on the bench is Dante was hitting those shots for those guys that you said Bruiser went with six guys down the stretch, but the guys on the bench we're going crazy for Dante. And they did the same thing against transit. I mean, it was the same exact and I told them I said, you know, guys. That talks about what type of person you are. You knew that was gonna help us win and you want him to have success? They poured water on him like it was champagne after. I mean, we got a good group. This has been hard on these kids and I have to make sure Uh, you know, in in Be about them. And, um, you know, this is this is one of those ones that what I'm learning about myself. Not just as a coach is a man. Going through these struggles going through this quote, crisis. How do I deal? How do I leave? What do I do? And to make sure that I stay on point with them. Let me let me give you this, Um We grade. Game. My possessions so as a staff We go through the tape possession. My possession. We graded a B C, d E or A B C D E F Great. You get one. Um, if you perfect execution in a basket you get today. If you break down You don't do your job defensively and may scorch enough. If you don't do your job, and they don't score you probably getting a C or D. If you do everything perfect, but they score you get a B. We go through the whole game possession by possession. Degraded Now what you found out. We graded pretty good in the first half. And you know we were fine. But with two minutes to go. And when those those overtimes That grating. We only had Re breakdowns in 12 minutes. That's why you want And it took double overtime. Think if we had thinking of Devon didn't chase down that big kid, and he makes that basket. Would probably lose. Or he doesn't dive on the floor in the boulders squirt out. It's our ball, and they don't make a three How's your effort? Put again the execution of what we were doing. Really showed through their their spirit. Toe win. Did you imagine? They played to win with all the stuff circling. Like to put dirt on the on the casket. These kids. Just said no. We're playing to win verses. Playing. Not to lose, You know, it's kind of like football. Prevent defense. What? What is it Prevent Tom prevents swimming is the old saying Yeah, In the same when you play that way, you just want the clock to run out. Just trying to get you playing not to lose. Well, you know, historically, our teams how we play and how we fight and we're getting closer, but I'm telling you this game coming up against Vandy. They're going to take 30 threes. Now what do I usually say? It would teams do that, Tom. They hit about 18 years, pat him on the back and See you next time, right? Yes, Ze if they're willing to take 30 to 35 threes Then you gotta make sure you got hands up. You've got to make sure that they're contested. You're gonna make sure long rebounds or yours. And let me remind our fans of this In the last five or six years. Three different coaches now. Andy has had double digit leads on us in the first half. And our fans will this back on saying whoever is going to this gig to borrow, Don't sit. Please stand and will us Just keep with these kids because you know what, then these playing Like it's a Super Bowl, and they come out every time we play them, their execution and their shot. Making ability in the first half is like nothing. They made eight threes. Last year We were down 14 at Vandy, Do you remember? Oh, yeah. And all because in and then all of a sudden the pressure the will to win the competitive spirit all the sudden we take over that game. But I'll tell you, they're playing, Um, Scotty's kid. Buddy Pippen. His son is averaging over 20 a game playing smart. They're doing good stuff defensively that makes them different. So with it being a quick turn With the Navy experienced team like ours. You can't give him too much, but you got to say, guys, Here's the differences of what they do, but they're good. They played good teams. They played well and it's gonna be a really hard game for us. Couple collar standing by the Clarks publish up phone line will get to those When we come right back. You.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"After a very impressive win over the Tennessee lady vols in the quarterfinal round of the SEC tournament the Kentucky women's basketball team is back in action tonight against the second seeded Mississippi state Bulldogs good evening from the Bonsu core wellness arena here in Greenville South Carolina I'm Terry Hedrick with you Mississippi state is coming off a very impressive thrashing of L. A. hsu seventy nine to forty nine the Bulldogs out scored the Tigers fifty three to twenty four in the second half while shooting sixty six percent Mississippi state under Vic shapers had a lot of success in the SEC tournament they have six straight seasons up initially in the top three of the SEC and they won the SEC championship last year they've been in the championship game of the tournament in four straight years Mississippi state enters tonight with a record of twenty six and five the British thirteen at three in the conference Kentucky's now twenty two at seven after beating Tennessee last night by a final score of eighty six to sixty five it was the third straight win over the lady vols for head coach Matthew Mitchell his Wildcats it's for Kentucky it was a historic night on multiple fronts it was their largest margin to win a victory against the lady vols if the Matthew Mitchell era it was their first win on a neutral court against Tennessee in the history of the program it's the first time they've won three straight over Tennessee in the series Ryan Howard broke the school record for kids of four three pointers in a single season she now is eighty two accounting and as a team Kentucky has a new school record for made three pointers in a single season there were two hundred forty six and county Kentucky won the regular season matchup with Mississippi state at Lexington seventy three to sixty two of sixty two point five the Bulldogs the U. S. that Mississippi state it's stored in the regular season Kentucky shot forty three percent in that regular season meeting that held the Bulldogs to thirty eight percent a lot of it was because they were able to level off Mississippi state's dribble drive can they do that again tonight that's going to be a fifty four Kentucky to try to get their second straight win over Mississippi state coming up we chat with that coach Matthew Mitchell about this important semi final match up the weather gets South Carolina in the championship game tomorrow it's Kentucky at Mississippi state here in Greenville South Carolina it will tell you bet you bet you will get back to the UK sports network.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"These two teams rematch from earlier this year January second was what these two played down in Columbia South Carolina the Gamecocks won that one ninety nine seventy two South Carolina at that first meeting shot at sixty one percent and what the board's forty to twenty right our ported twenty eight points to the average for Kentucky but coach Matthew Mitchell as you've heard free game is just talked several times he's brought it up over and over about how poorly he thought his team played in that first meeting they played a lot better here today but still South Carolina has been able to assert control leading by as many as fifteen to at that second quarter before Kentucky was able to mount a comeback it cut it all the way down to six but South Carolina got back to tia just before the break checking the US central bank SEC scoreboard earlier today Tennessee played host to Vanderbilt in Knoxville will try to get us about dated stores there is it is a packed house here before you old Coliseum they are filled to the rafters today for this match up which we double what South Carolina and fourteenth ranked Kentucky yeah we're trying to that's a technical difficulties here to happen the that is spilled over to our school board updates as well South Carolina thirteen though with the SEC entering today they've won twenty in a row they lead Mississippi state by two games in the league states losses are to the Gamecocks head to Kentucky so wait today for self care a lot of would clinch at least a share of the SEC regular season title Wildcats center today in a three way tie with Arkansas Texas a and M. at nine to four L. A. she was fifth a bigger part six that the state exit eight five Kentucky's the C. rather is seventh at seven eight six and then you have the upcoming opponent Georgia at five at eight thirty three way tie with Alabama and Florida well the central bank SEC scoreboard Tennessee defeated Vanderbilt in Knoxville today sixty seven to sixty three the only other game occurring right now is that they have to provide Mississippi state leading Alabama thirty seven to twenty seven at halftime it start bill coming up at three o'clock this what should be tipping off any minute now Georgia visits LA shoot down a bat roost all parties at number sixteen Texas stadium today at four o'clock also at four PM number twenty two Arkansas all the road at Florida in the late game tonight at six o'clock it's old miss visiting Missouri that's a look at your central bank SEC scoreboard as we are at the half Kentucky leads South Carolina forty to thirty will take a time out to be back in just a moment of the UK sports network.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You make any junior forward necessarily seeing people in high school okay restaurants see here for Miami Florida school and that's the starting five red coach Matthew Mitchell is fourteenth ranked Kentucky Wildcats as they host number one South Carolina here this afternoon at memorial Coliseum let's make the starting five for coach dawn Staley and it begins on the front line with the talented Alicia Boston as six five freshman out of the U. S. Virgin Islands F. five time SEC freshman of the week averaging thirteen points and nine rebounds a game she's averaging a double double in SEC play she'll be joined on the front line by Mickey Herbert Harrigan the veteran forward at six two a senior principal wrote him broke pines Florida Herbert Harrigan shooting fifty one percent from the floor and averaging close to thirteen points per game and six rebounds the back court features a talented guard to see a cook a five night freshman from Toledo Ohio averaging twelve points a game at shooting thirty nine percent from beyond the arc free on appeal a six one freshman starts at guard she's from Rock Island Illinois averaging six points per game at at fifteen at the first meeting with the Wildcats back on January second and then that's the point guard the outstanding here as of five kids senior pro bowls ville Indiana averaging twelve points per game it has nearly one hundred and fifty assists of the season she's the all time program leader in assists and fourth among active it's U. double A. players use a hard guard to turn over a slowdown.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Just mentally we we were not there didn't play sharp enough we we need to take about ten more charges that we took took a few and I appreciate that effort but you know we we just we were at a position lackadaisical not nearly cohesive enough as a unit because they're they're tough tame and could really can really score when you let him get ahead staying whatever to get the ball picked up stop today just a lot of breakdowns on defense you can tell coach this this may sound like a silly question but were you surprised when you talk about that focus on the fifth because this team looked locked in heading into the match up today at practice this morning yeah I I always expect us to come out play well to do a better job in and yeah we just we just did not have it today coach up thanks so much and we will talk to Wednesday night thanks a bunch and said coach Matthew Mitchell top one here today in Arkansas one oh three to eighty five is the final is the Arkansas Razorbacks snapped Kentucky's ten game winning streak in the series and Arkansas now trails twenty four to fourteen in the all time series Kentucky is one eighteen of the last twenty meetings Arkansas gets their first win at home over Kentucky at nine years going back to two thousand eleven we'll take our final time out and wrap things up from but Walter Reed when we come back on the U. K. sports network credit union still offer all the perks of the Big Bang but without all.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Success of the university of Kentucky athletics program news radio eight forty WHAS back at the Coliseum they have changed Pascal's buzzer beater from a three to a two after they went back and looked at the monitor her foot was on the line and so it is forty one to twenty Kentucky over Samford instead of forty two to twenty the cats finished the first half on a twenty eight to six run that with it it had a run of eleven straight points in ten straight points the cats scored the first nine point to the gave out to Ryan Howard threes in a trade from Sabrina Haynes did Samper responded with a fourteen to four run that saw them make three threes and since then coach Matthew Mitchell bird to time out with his team down fourteen to thirteen Kentucky has been on the warpath since out scoring the Bulldogs twenty eight to six over the second quarter back it was a ninety to six second quarter for the cats Kentucky shot fifty nine percent in the first half they were seventeen of twenty nine and they were six of twelve from long range Sanford after the hot start shooting just twenty eight percent on seven of twenty five they are four of twelve from three four thirty three percent they made to their fourth free throw opportunities Kentucky was just one of four at the line Samper turned it over nine times to Kentucky sports the cats turned that into a fourteen to three advantage of points off turnovers gets out rebounded the bulldog seventy to thirteen points in the paint favor the cats fourteen to four and that's with safer playing almost exclusively so right Howard leads the cats with sixteen points two rebounds and three assists in sixty minutes Abed a pastel with eight point she's four for four with three rebounds and four assists he keeps a Kitty with seven points and rounding out Kentucky's first half scoring Sabrina hate to Blair agreed with.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on Around the Rim

"I called Kentucky game in this these. Now granted I did call their loss to ole miss shout out to coach yo, but that was a tough game for them without Macy Morris. But I think how smooth Ryan is, you know. And obviously, your concern is okay. So she can score it, right? She can take over game. I love the way she rebounds her to Nassau County. But you're concerned coming into the tournament. She's a freshman like how many teams are we talking about entering the tournament being led by freshman? Not that many and definitely not that many that we have a shot to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. So that is the only thing but other than that. I mean, they've got you know, Macy, and you kind of feel like Kentucky is rejuvenated. But when you are facing. You know teams that just have more NCA experience. You know, if they do end up running up against I mean, NC state that's going to be a challenge. Because state does have you know, experience. But what do you what do you think? Do they have what it wakes? The thing about Ryan Howard is that with Taylor Murray, and they see more. It's kind of like Ryan than what the game come to her. So she it's not all on her shoulders. And to me I was wondering when she came to SEC tournament if she was going to be like, oh, you know on the lights. It's a huge. Pageantry. You know, she was unfazed. I mean in the fourth quarter against Missouri. Granted they didn't win. You know, she she wanted the ball. She demands it and she hits the shot from not worried about her come into a tournament time about about being a freshman. She's a sophomore now, she's already grown up like she's rude on but Kentucky, you know. I talked to coach Mitchell just the other day, and they've spent a lot of time working on their defense. And that's kind of been the difference. I feel like with Kentucky this year is they're getting they're getting back to defending turning people over. And then now you've got a player like Ryan Howard. When you need a basket toss score. I mean, that's kind of how she can roll. And that's nice to have if you're if you're Matthew Mitchell. I just worry about their waxes post players. I mean, it really have a huge post presence. And if they want to go up against NC state, you know, that's the challenge, you know, what who's going to dictate style. But I just think Ryan Howard is a player that I put my money on you know, I think I really liked their chances. You know, west more you cover the ACT a lot what he's done this year, given everything all the adversity that they've had speaks for itself, but Kentucky's a different team this year. And I think he came McKinney might be healthy, and that's one of their post player she had a concussion and the SEC tournament. So if they're at full shrink, and they're healthy, they're turning people over everyone's click in. I mean, Kentucky's a really good team. You know, they played really good really well in the non conference. So that's those are two teams. They become no one's really talking about. But I think they're really good which I really do have really good in post play. We will end on Mississippi State because you. Transition. Yes, you have seen a lot of tear mccowan, and I really enjoyed your interview with the Schaefer family that was so well done untold said a lot about Vic. I mean, we see these coaches, but when you hear their family about them definitely brings a different dimension. But you know, some people were surprised to see Mississippi State as a one seed, especially because they ended up not having to necessarily play the cream of the crop in the SEC coming through the tournament. But they didn't get that one. See they will be in Portland, Oregon, ducks are the number two seed. So actually there's concern there. But is this team primed to make it to the final four make it back to the final four. Absolutely. I think second to Notre Dame. I think Mr. de stayed is playing the best basketball team in the country. Ha having seen them throughout the year..

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WDRC

"Will create economic development that is. Worth it. Now the way it interacts with the economics is interesting because economists are are pretty unified in in believing both in economic theory ended now we've got about one hundred papers that have looked at this. That is never it's not worth it. When you take private property, and you you take a public resources like taxpayer dollars or private resources like property, and you handed over to a private firm. You're actually not increasing the size of the pie. You're not benefiting the broader community. So how do we fix this situation? And is there a fix? I mean, other than is there a way that say either the congress, or in this case, the Wisconsin legislature could say we need to fix this problem. We need to set. It is right as it can be said and make these people whole from our blunder with Foxconn. Well, I think one of the first things that should be done is just states need need, this sort of take the Hippocratic oath do no harm. And that is to realize that targeted subsidies are a path to prosperity especially targeted subsidies, where private property is taken. And, you know, unfortunately, in a lot of ways the policymakers here are just following the public because the public seems is has has for quite a while thought that targeted subsidies work. The evidence is just piling up that they don't and they come at a real opportunity costs in the case of Wisconsin. For that stat three billion dollars subsidy. It's now actually closer to four billion dollars that the state handed to one and only one company it could have reduced its corporate income tax rate by twenty one percent for sixteen thousand so. And we know of course, that's that. It's new firms that are the source of dynamism and gross. How many fulltime employees equivalents, do you think those sixteen thousand firms might have been able to create not to mention, of course, the new firms that would be drawn in because the state with its current corporate income tax rate is among the top ten in the country highest in the country lowered at twenty one percent. It would be the media in the country. It would be huge real cost here. I mean, imagine even if you worked at the smallest company, they're a machine shop and with a twenty one percent cut in income taxes for that company. I know there are people who think well, the owners just going to throw that on his unpack it knowing a lot of cases, the owners going to say why I can buy some new plant and equipment and hire three new machinists or hire somebody else for the front office is secretary or as a salesperson, and you can do those kinds of things and they're all possible. If you let people keep more of their own money instead of trying to chase after you know, these big huge high marquee value projects that is you say don't often pencil out for everybody. Matthew, thanks for the work. You do at the Mercatus center. We very much appreciate your time. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it. You bet. That's Matthew Mitchell. Who's the director of the project for the study of American capitalism? Coming up in a moment. Bitcoin was built to take the government out of banking. But now, it looks like the terrorists may be using it exactly for that reason because it takes. Government out of the equation. We'll talk about it with an expert, and I'll get to your phone calls and your emails at eight six six. Hey, LARs, that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk at LARs Larson.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WDRC

"To LARs Larson show. It's a pleasure to be with you. And I'm always bland to get to your calls, which I will get to shortly at eight six six eight LARs that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails. Go to talk and LARs Larson dot com, you know, giving companies a tax break to come to your town. That's been a tool used by cities and counties and states for a long long time. But is it finally getting to a point where it's doing some real damage to us? I think you heard me talking about this a few weeks ago when we were talking a couple of months ago when we were talking about Amazon and its efforts to launch a second headquarters, they finally launched two of them one in New Jersey and one outside Washington DC in Virginia. And then there's the Foxconn deal in Wisconsin and a deal that it may actually show why some of these things can be a not just foolish, but damaging to individuals citizens as well, Matthew Mitchell is a senior research. Fellow and director of the project for the study of American capitalism at the Mercatus center at the Mercatus center at George George Mason University sorry about that Matthew. It's good to have you back on the program. Thanks so much for having me, you bet. So let's talk about this deal. Because when the president I talked about this that Foxconn, which is a major manufacturer in China was talking about building a massive new factory in Wisconsin. And I'm sure it was very attractive deal. The problem is they made a lot of promises. The local government said great will help you with it. And then they went out and used eminent domain, and what did they do to people? Yeah. So at this point they've already acquired an enormous amount of property via eminent domain. So they've taken one thousand two hundred acres from.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University before we go to the calls. They'll be simply ask you is it a delusional dream to bring manufacturing jobs back into the country. Or did the Foxconn situation merely go about it the wrong way? Well, I don't think. No. I don't think it's a delusion. At all. In fact, there's some evidence that certain types of manufacturing really resurging in the US, but it's a different kind. It's not going to be the the blue blue collar manufacturing that dominated the economy in the sixties and seventies. Instead, it's going to be, you know, a more advanced manufacturing, the relies a lot on ro- robots and the types of jobs that are going to be you know, in demand for that are. Chops for highly skilled highly educated workers. So really, I think that the real task here is to make sure that our education system is keeping up with you know, with that economy of the future and the people are equipped to to meet those demands. So a better investment of Wisconsin tax dollars might have been in the schools. Perhaps you know, that gets into another debate about the weather dollars exactly turned into education by argument targeted dollars. All right. Matthew injustice, Texas joins us tonight on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matthew Mitchell. Good evening. Matthew in Justin. Hey, Jay Bill. Hi, matthew. How are you guys? We're well. So I guess my comment is your guests seems to be expressing economic intervention through government utility versus free market supply and demand like Larry cudlow talks about a lot. So it sounds like he espouses just to let supply and demand run. Its course versus economic intervention. Okay. What about the is this a pure Lasi fair argument here that that the government keeps hands off? Well, I do think there's definitely an element of laissez faire. What I would say is, you know, go back to what basic economics says works, and, you know, there should be an active role for the government in providing genuine public goods because public goods are under provided by markets. There should be a active role for the government to ensure that contracts are upheld and promises are are maintained. And there's no fraud. There should be a role for the government to internalize extra analogies to make sure that either through property rights or through some other scheme like cap and trade that extra analyses. You know, there aren't environmental extra analogies, but for all of those there's good economic theory to say that it works. But really in neither economic theory Norian economic evidence. Do we find much of a case for using public funds for private firms all right to John in Las Vegas? Good evening. John welcome to the Bohannon Joe. Oh, yes. Sure. I wish we would bring our manufacturing back home. I love the Chinese. But our shoes were better made it home. That's an interesting point that the issue of of quality control. But of course, the Chinese were to make let's say the best news possible. There is I I guess Matthew Mitchell, there's there's just a problem of wage differential here that the Chinese could make shoes out of platinum virtually and and still make them cheaper than than we can make them. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the labor differential there is just so great. And in in many ways, this is a good problem to have is American workers are high relative to Chinese workers are highly skilled and can command high salaries, and so, you know, it makes sense for firms to locate and other places where the firm the labor forces nearly as educated, and you know. Weekend specialize in other in production of other activities. Like, I said, you know, really the change from manufacturing base jobs where it's a blue collar job and wages are are nice. But they're not nearly as high as what you would get from manufacturing. Where people are a highly skilled workforce is programming. The machines that make the do the manufacturing. You know? That's really going to be the future. There's a lot of debate about whether change, you know, creative destruction of capitalism is good or bad. I tend to I tend to side with those who say over the long run. It's it's quite good for consumers and for and for workers. But what you can't do is denied that it exists. You know, I it is changes coming, and you can't just hope for an economy that was back forty forty years ago. That's never coming back. To AJ in Humboldt County, California the Bohannon show. Hello AJ. Thanks for having me on again. You're absolutely true part question. Okay. All right. You mentioned something about subbing out manufacturing to places like China weapons to guidance systems would have you coming back to haunt us. At some point. I thought that we part why didn't we do that under Bill Clinton's that we subbed out weapons guidance systems manufacturer? We were selling guidance information that would help put satellites in orbit. Ignoring the fact that the very same technology that puts satellites and accurate orbit makes ICBM's more accurate. We did do that. Yes. Okay. All right. The other thing is that based on that answer, which I thought was true. I suppose we make a deal with the Taiwanese. And then the time when he's taken over by the Chinese, and we're not in a position to do it because there's a nuclear stalemate, or what have you and they end up with all of our information from that exchange of information with the Taiwanese they're independent now. But then they are independent. They don't always have to be. And of course, I wasn't suggesting that it's ever a wise decision to sublet are sensitive technological information to anybody for any reason whatsoever. And this issue here as far as I know Matthew Mitchell, there was nothing to be manufactured at the proposed liquid crystal spe plan in Wisconsin. That would have been Bill sensitive, right? Yeah. I've never heard any claims that there isn't a militarily sensitive manufacturing going on there. More to come. Stay with us on the Bohannon show. One eight six six five O jimbo's, really big question. A lot of people have had this. For a long time. And maybe we are through trial and error learning some answers back in a moment. Attention all authors. Page Publishing is looking for authors..

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Guest is senior research fellow and director of the equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia before we go any further what exactly does the equity initiative due. Well, what we do is we explore instances government, favoritism. So that's where the Foxconn deal came to light. There's a great deal of evidence that economic freedom is good for prosperity that lower taxes and fewer regulations. Those types of policies tend to be good for society. But what we find is that, you know, targeted tax breaks regulatory privileges. Those types of things that that sort of undermine economic freedom that raised the burdens on everybody else are often really driven by special interests who want some sort of government assistance. So our our project really aims to better understand the causes and consequences of this type of government, favoritism, and I gather that you would see the evidence as being that in most cases. The cost benefit analysis would shoot these down. Yes. That's right. That's right. Go ahead. Well, one thing I wanted to point out is, you know, there's a off as I was saying, you know, you could think about absent a subsidy to one firm you could lower everybody else's taxes. The there's an interesting political economy thing going on here though as well. So we knew spare particular firms from having to pay an an onerous tax. Then they no longer are advocates for for lowering that tax. So as I mentioned earlier, Wisconsin, actually spares all this is a relatively new policy for the last. I think about four years Wisconsin has spared all of its manufacturers from its corporate income tax rate. So while sixteen thousand firms have to pay a corporate income tax rate some three thousand firms don't because they're manufacturers. Well, those firms are no longer advocates for reducing the states corporate income tax rate, and so you actually find and there's there's recent evidence where some economists looked at the relationship between economic freedom and subsidies, and they found that states. That give out more subsidies actually, have lower levels of economic freedom, which is another way of saying they have higher taxes and more regulations on everybody else. One eight six six five O JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we talk with the match you Matthew Mitchell of George Mason University. It could be argued I suppose that while you could use the same expenditure of money to lower overall tax rates, but that other people aren't offering a a ton of jobs such as at least in the beginning. Foxconn was offering in other words, it could I guess from from that perspective be argued that they're more worthy of a tax break because they're breaking in all these jobs. If in fact, they had in fact, you brought in.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fellow director of the equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University before we go to the calls to simply ask you is a delusional dream to bring manufacturing jobs back into the country. Or did the Foxconn situation merely go about it the wrong way? Well, I don't think. No. I don't think it's a delusion at all. In fact, there's some evidence that certain types of manufacturing are really resurging in the US, but it's a different kind. It's not gonna be the the blue blue collar manufacturing that dominated economy in the sixties and seventies. Instead, it's gonna be, you know, a more advanced manufacturing, the relies a lot on ro- robots and the types of jobs that are going to be you know, in demand for that are. Jobs for highly skilled highly educated workers. So really, I think the, you know, if you the real task here is to make sure that our education system is keeping up with you know, with that economy of the future, and the people are quick to to meet those demands. So a better investment of Wisconsin tax dollars might have been in the schools. Perhaps you know, that gets into another debate about, you know, the weather dollars exactly turn into education by targeted dollars. All right. Matthew in Justin, Texas joins us tonight on the Bohannon show with our guest, Matthew Mitchell. Good evening Matthew in. Hey, Jay Bill. Hi, matthew. How are you guys? We're well. So I guess my comment is your guest seems to be expressing economic intervention through government utility versus free market supply and demand like Larry cudlow talks about a lot. So it sounds like he he spouses just to let supply and demand run its course versus economic intervention. Okay. What what about the is this a pure Lasi fair argument here that that the government keeps hands off? Well, I do think there's definitely an element of a laissez faire. What I would say is, you know, go back to what basic economics says works, and you know, that there should be an active role for the government in providing genuine public goods because public goods are under provided by markets. There should be a active role for the government to ensure that contracts are upheld and promises are are maintained. And there's no fraud. There should be a role for the government to internalize extra analogies to make sure that either through property rights or through some other ski my cap, and trade that extra nowadays there aren't environmental extra analyses. But for all of those there's good economic theory to say that it works. But really in neither economics theory Norian economic evidence. Do we find much of the case for using public funds for private firms all right to John in Las Vegas? Good evening. John welcome to the Bohannon Joe. Oh, yes, sir. I wish we would bring our manufacturing back home. I love the Chinese. But our shoes were better made it home. That's an interesting point that the issue of quality control. But of course, if the Chinese were to make let's say the best possible there is I guess Matthew Mitchell, there's there's just a problem of wage differential here that the Chinese could make shoes out of of platinum virtually and and still make them cheaper than than we can make them. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the labor differential there is just so great. And in many ways, this is a good problem to have is American workers are high relative to Chinese workers are highly skilled and can command high salaries, and so, you know, it makes sense for firms to locate and other places where the the firm, the labor force isn't nearly as educated, and you know. Weekend specialize in other in production of other activities. Like, I said, you know, really the change from manufacturing base jobs where it's a blue collar job and wages are are nice. But they're not nearly as high as what you would get from manufacturing. Where people are a highly skilled workforce is programming. The machines that make the the do the manufacturing, you know. That's really going to be the future. There's a lot of debate about whether change, you know, creative destruction of capitalism is good or bad. I tend to I tend to side with those who say over the long run. It's it's quite good for consumers and for and for workers. But what you can't do is deny that it exists. You know, it is changes coming, and you can't just hope for an economy that was back forty forty years ago. That's never coming back to AJ in Humboldt County, California on the Bohannon show. Hello AJ. You're absolutely true part question. Okay. All right. You mentioned something about a subbing out manufacturing to places like China weapons guidance systems would have you coming back to haunt us. At some point. I thought that we part why didn't we do that under Bill Clinton's that we subbed out weapons guidance systems manufacturer? We were selling guidance information that would help put satellites in orbit. Ignoring the fact that the very same technology that puts satellites and accurate orbit makes ICBM's more accurate. We did do that. Yes. Okay. All right. The other thing is that based on that answer, which I thought was true. Suppose we make a deal with the Taiwanese. And then the time when he's taken over by the Chinese, and we're not in a position to do it because there's a nuclear stalemate, or what have you and they end up with all of our information from that exchange of information with the Taiwanese they're independent now. But. They are independent. They don't always have to be. Of course, I wasn't suggesting that it's ever a wise decision to sublet are sensitive technological information to anybody for any reason whatsoever. And this issue here as far as I know Matthew Mitchell, there was nothing to be manufactured at the proposed liquid crystals spe plant in Wisconsin. That would have been Bill sensitive, right? Yeah. I've never heard any claims that there is any militarily sensitive manufacturing going on there. More to come. Stay with us on the Bohannon show. One eight six six five zero jimbo's really big question. A lot of people have had this for a long time. And maybe we are through trial and error learning some answers back in a moment. They alarm here. All.

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The equity initiative at the Mercatus center at George Mason University in Fairfax Virginia. Before we go any further. What exactly does the equity initiative due? Well, what we do is we explore instances of government, favoritism. So that's where the, you know, the Foxconn deal came to light. There's a great deal of evidence that economic freedom is good for prosperity that lower taxes and fewer regulations. Those types of policies tend to be good for society. But what we find is that, you know, targeted tax breaks regulatory privileges. Those types of things that that sort of undermine economic freedom that raised the burdens on everybody else are often really driven by special interests who want some sort of government assistance. So our our project really aims to better understand the causes and consequences of this type of government, favoritism, and I gather that you would see the evidence as being that in most cases. The cost benefit analysis would shoot these down. Yes. That's right. That's right. Go ahead. One thing. I wanted to point out is, you know, there's a trade off as I was saying, you know, you could think about we absent the a subsidy to one firm you could lower everybody else's taxes. The there's an interesting political economy thing going on here though as well. So when you spare particular firms from having to pay an an onerous tax, then they no longer are advocates for for lowering that tax. So as I mentioned earlier, Wisconsin, actually spares all this is a relatively new policy for the last. I think about four years Wisconsin has spared all of its manufacturers from its corporate income tax rate. So while sixteen thousand firms have to pay a corporate income tax rate some three thousand firms don't because they're manufacturers. Well, those firms are no longer advocates for reducing the states corporate income tax rate. And so what you actually find. And there's there's recent evidence where some economists looked at the relationship between economic freedom and subsidies, and they found that states. That give out more subsidies actually, have lower levels of economic freedom, which is another way of saying they have higher taxes and more regulations on everybody else. One eight six six five O JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we talk with the match you Matthew Mitchell of George Mason University. It could be argued I suppose that while you could use the same expenditure of money to lower overall tax rates, but that other people aren't offering a a ton of jobs such as at least in the beginning. Foxconn was offering in other words, it could I guess from from that perspective be argued that they're more worthy of a tax break because they're breaking and all these jobs, if in fact, they had in fact, you brought in those jobs. That's certainly the argument that that they wanna make. But remember a couple of things here. Remember that the the largest driver of growth in the economy is new firms. We often hear that it's small firms. That's not quite true. It's new firms which tend to be small and new firms are typically not in the subsidy game. That's because they it takes a little while to get politically savvy and get a big government relations arm in your organization, and so really, you know, most of the dynamism most of the growth that's occurring is going to be from firms that are not the big behemoths that are able to contribute to packs and get firm get policy makers to give them subsidies. Tell us more. If you could about about Foxconn, I understand their Taiwanese mayor supplier to apple. And they are the world's largest contract maker of electronics. It really sounds like at least going into it. It looked like a Plum deal. We're bringing a big player to Wisconsin. Yeah. Again, unless you you you blanched at the three point five billion dollar price tag. You know, it's a it's a legitimate company. It's it has a it's it's sizeable one thing I'd note though, with its track record is they were lured to Pennsylvania. I believe with some subsidies, and you know, made some big offers or make made some big promises about the the facilities that they would make their and ended up having to backtrack and renege on those promises. So I I suppose, you know, you can look at the number of jobs offered and say this is a big deal, but just on a on a per cost basis and given the company's track record. I'm not sure if it even looked all that sweet from the beginning, of course, again, if you you're in areas like the industrial heart. Atlanta, the midwest like Wisconsin, and you've seen all these jobs evaporate. I think there can sometimes be a pressure that would roughly be of the following nature. Don't just sit there do something. In fact, prudence might sometimes dictate. Do you don't just do something sit there, or at least sit there and long enough to figure out what would be the right thing to do. That's right. That's right. And you know, one of the things if you look at where where the rust belt runs, you know, it's it's dominated by towns that were built around steel mills and built around auto suppliers or or manufacturers, Detroit as a, you know, a hollow shell of what it once was. And I would argue in some in in many ways what that's really sort of a a a warning sign against offering corporate subsidies. Because essentially what what happened was for the better part of a century. We offered steel subsidies. We offered terrorists and protection from foreign competitors. And we essentially shielded a lot of those businesses from the realities of the marketplace. And we thought we were doing them a favor. You know, we're helping secure jobs, but you really ultimately not doing them a favor. If you shield them from competition and don't allow them to make the right adjustments needed in order to serve, you know, a modern economy modern consumer's needs and using using modern technology and auto industry is a perfect example. You know, by the end of the by the two thousand eight when the financial crisis hit people stopped buying cars..

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Com. Is your inside source for all things? Coach Cal and Kentucky basketball. Get a behind the scenes look at the Kentucky basketball program through the eyes Apolo fame coach John Calipari at coach Cal dot com. Appreciate Tom Leetch leading me sit in here tonight on the UK healthcare John Calipari show as we wrap things up and get ready for the coach Matthew Mitchell show that comes your way in about five minutes. We'll chat with the women's basketball coach about a little bit about taking charges and also rebounding as his team is getting ready to host number sixteen South Carolina tomorrow night at Memorial Coliseum a six thirty tip time at the Coliseum UK sports network airtime of six fifteen couple of notes to give you while. We have a few minutes here on the John Calipari show Kentucky enters this week on a seven game winning streak with wins over three top twenty five teams, Auburn, Mississippi State, and Kansas. The first time UK is one three consecutive top twenty five games since the two thousand fourteen NC double A tournament the first time in the regular season since January of two thousand and four the cats are up to number seven in the net rankings number seven in the AP top twenty five and number six in the USA today coaches poll and for coach Calipari. He is now within five wins of tying Jobe hall for the second. Most victories by Kentucky. Head coach in program. History Kentucky's win over Vanderbilt last night at thirty five point victory was its largest versus Vanderbilt since one oh six forty four win back in two thousand three also UK's biggest victory in Nashville since winning by thirty nine in nineteen Ninety-six. I'm sure a lot of big blue nation remembers that when when they dropped one hundred and twenty in Nashville, it's Kentucky second largest margin of victory in Nashville series history. And the Kentucky just about hill. Vanderbilt. Under fifty points at memorial gymnasium for the first time. But Mandy was able to sneak in fifty two still an outstanding effort all around for the cats. And now they get ready to host the Florida Gators who battle ole miss tonight..

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"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"matthew mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Can tweet us questions at UK sports network. You can give us a call on the hotline or you can post on the Facebook page for Kentucky basketball where you could see the live streaming coverage of our show. Matthew Mitchell show coming up next many of these same stations at the top of the next hour as they go to LSU tomorrow, Auburn, I mean, no place easy in the league this year. But Auburn I was just looking at ahead of them a little bit today. They've made twenty six threes in the last two games to conference games. They can shoot at eight took forty against Mississippi. Forty three's. You have to drive them off the three point line. We haven't done a very good job of that. But it's going to be important in this game that you know, especially there two guards they can. And they have the ultimate green light. I picked the one player shooting fifteen threes per game. Wow. That's incredible. That's incredible. You're at St. what was I guess was on the show here. Couple of weeks ago. You had the gentleman that was in with the Chinese national team talking about the number of threes in the NBA now sits it's forty nine thousand seventy seven thousand now they're there this weekend. I think or this week there were four games that team scored a hundred forty. Yeah. Or more. It's crazy craziness get to a question. This is from kion. We'll start out with him. He said if you considered switching the bigs in the starting lineup to get off to better starts, we have we have. And what I did last game. We just changed how we were going to play defense early. So instead of playing that the one to two that we played we changed and how we played pick and roll. And how we played post defense. We change just to make us more aggressive. But here's the problem. And I said this after the game. If one guy is not engaged with the other four. You're not going to be very good defensively. You ready for this statement if two of the five on engaged the other team's gonna get dunks. They got five dunks to start the game five. And when you watch it yet a couple of guys just warning gauge with the other guy. So now the question becomes do. We take them out of the starting lineup and go with some other guys, and I've considered it. And it's not like they're not playing well or they're not gonna get minutes. It's just the start of the game for us has been like shaky..

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