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"michael cox" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"michael cox" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Spurs are going to win. At the weekend, I told you that this last week when we recorded. Spurs are going to win at the weekend. And two of the goals they've had would be played out from the goalkeeper. You would have been, no, that's not happening. It's not play through Manchester City. Find a way around them like that. And it's a credit to Manchester City because it's not like they played poorly. No, I wouldn't say that at all. No, they did spurs game plan work against them. Yes, but I didn't think city were bad. They were them. They were typical city. They were relentless. They possessed the ball 71 29. But it wasn't empty possession. They had legitimate chances. They scored goals. It was, it was man city. It was this year's version of city. And Tottenham were able to orchestrate moves to get around them. Tottenham did a couple things in this game, which, I mean, you have to certainly look at Conte and the decision making that he made in the lead up to this. And you have to look at the players for executing his plan. They defended the hell out of this. I know they still allow two goals. They defended the hell out of this in a very specific way. Yes. How many guys were in that box wearing white jerseys? Yeah. Over the weekend. How many times did they cut down the gaps? Did they block things? Did they get interceptions? They allowed Manchester City to play out wide. And allowed them to just kind of play and cross after cross and Tottenham, their plan was going to be, we're going to jam the center of the box. And we're going to repel each of those time and time again. And for the most part, it worked. I mean, that was their defensive plan. There was a back 6 for a lot of that game. All jammed into the 18 yard box. That was their plan defensively. And then an attack, it was to not, I wouldn't necessarily go for so far as to say long ball tech. No. But it was to play in balls behind fullbacks, behind cancello, and have cool ashesi who's not even really that fast, run onto them. But I created one goal doing that, almost created two. An inch or so offside, which was ruled back for var. The ball that Kane played to son for the first goal was, again, one of the doesn't go down as an assist of the season because he didn't get credit for the assist, but he made that happen in that ball that he played on the first time passed a son and then sun credit the sun. 9 times out of ten, he's probably taking that shot. And I wouldn't blame him if he had, but in the moment he recognized Edison cutting down his angle, saw cool assessing making the run into the box and played a perfect pass and cool chesky finish really coolly as well. Michael Cox also made the point in his desire to kill it for the athletic that spurs were deep, but they weren't passive and that the forwards were trying to press the center back. So they didn't make it easy for Manchester City to squeeze them up and dictate things. And there was always that threat in behind. Another player we need to talk about. Hyun min San is now he's a bona FIDE Tottenham legend. He is known as best. He's going to really give his best years to Tottenham Hotspur unless he has an amazing period in his 30s where he's somewhere else. I can't predict that. But he's given his best years Tottenham Hotspur. When he's in this form and utilizing that way, I'm working in tandem McCain. He's devastating. Absolutely devastating. Before we I have to read this out. This is from Chris somersault, who is an air license coach. This is how he can statistics under Nuno espirito Santo. So 2.3 shots per 90, 0.2 XG per 90, 0.08 XG per shot. 4.6 touches in the box. And this is under Conte. 4.3 shots per 90, 0.6 XG per 90, 0.15 XG per shot, 6.1 touches in the box. 6.1. That's everything. And by the way, that is partially how you beat man city. When you watch this, it's easy to say, okay, well, other teams can follow this model Tottenham set up. You load up guys in the box, you make them crossing balls, you hope to repel as many as you possibly can. And then you beat them on the counter attack. But here's the thing, here's why Tottenham are a little bit different. You know, you can play that way. You're not going to get many chances doing it. So you got to have someone lethal who can finish them. And he's that guy. He's it. He's ruthless. Absolutely ruthless. And the point you make is correct, that the quality of chance that spurs created was crucial. Absolutely crucial. But yeah, just the performances. No, here's the question going forward is Conte is showing what he can do now. The question, I know I'm going big, big, big picture here, but Conte can show what he can do with this team. He clearly wants more. So when they inevitably lose to Burnley on Wednesday, we really need to let him have it. No, it's more it's more just Daniel Levy respond in kind to what he's seen here and say I'm in the summer. Yes. I'm going to back him big. You have to. In what he does, and then you wonder, what's the ceiling for spurs? Now obviously there, fella. Obviously contract talks with start. With Harry Kane, although I believe spurs are going to leave that for Ken to do, they're going to say they're going to say, hey, who's contracted for another three or four years? Is it three years? I'd have to check. I thought it was two more years. Maybe it's two more years. But that conversation last summer wiped under the carapa completely. There will have to be a conversation about, well, you know, how are you? Here we are entering a new season. Right. Do you still love us? Are we Friends again? And the way they finish this season is gonna go a long way in determining what he, what he wants his family. I would think so. If they finish strong with this manager and if they back him in the transfer window, which they'd be insane, quite frankly, not to. I don't know, I don't know that he'll want to leave. But you never know. I know hope is not the friend of the Tottenham supporter. Correct. Boss. Hard not to be hopeful when you saw what was given. What was served? Because the world we live in. Now we made fun of this world last week on JJ the wild flux reactionary. We know. They just lost three in a row. Let's just see. Yeah, and you're right. And can you play.

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"michael cox" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"michael cox" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Spurs are going to win. At the weekend, I told you that this last week when we recorded. Spurs are going to win at the weekend. And two of the goals they've had would be played out from the goalkeeper. You would have been, no, that's not happening. It's not play through Manchester City. Find a way around them like that. And it's a credit to Manchester City because it's not like they played poorly. No, I wouldn't say that at all. No, they did spurs game plan work against them. Yes, but I didn't think city were bad. They were them. They were typical city. They were relentless. They possessed the ball 71 29. But it wasn't empty possession. They had legitimate chances. They scored goals. It was, it was man city. It was this year's version of city. And Tottenham were able to orchestrate moves to get around them. Tottenham did a couple things in this game, which, I mean, you have to certainly look at Conte and the decision making that he made in the lead up to this. And you have to look at the players for executing his plan. They defended the hell out of this. I know they still allow two goals. They defended the hell out of this in a very specific way. Yes. How many guys were in that box wearing white jerseys? Yeah. Over the weekend. How many times did they cut down the gaps? Did they block things? Did they get interceptions? They allowed Manchester City to play out wide. And allowed them to just kind of play and cross after cross and Tottenham, their plan was going to be, we're going to jam the center of the box. And we're going to repel each of those time and time again. And for the most part, it worked. I mean, that was their defensive plan. There was a back 6 for a lot of that game. All jammed into the 18 yard box. That was their plan defensively. And then an attack, it was to not, I wouldn't necessarily go for so far as to say long ball tech. No. But it was to play in balls behind fullbacks, behind cancello, and have cool ashesi who's not even really that fast, run onto them. But I created one goal doing that, almost created two. An inch or so offside, which was ruled back for var. The ball that Kane played to son for the first goal was, again, one of the doesn't go down as an assist of the season because he didn't get credit for the assist, but he made that happen in that ball that he played on the first time passed a son and then sun credit the sun. 9 times out of ten, he's probably taking that shot. And I wouldn't blame him if he had, but in the moment he recognized Edison cutting down his angle, saw cool assessing making the run into the box and played a perfect pass and cool chesky finish really coolly as well. Michael Cox also made the point in his desire to kill it for the athletic that spurs were deep, but they weren't passive and that the forwards were trying to press the center back. So they didn't make it easy for Manchester City to squeeze them up and dictate things. And there was always that threat in behind. Another player we need to talk about. Hyun min San is now he's a bona FIDE Tottenham legend. He is known as best. He's going to really give his best years to Tottenham Hotspur unless he has an amazing period in his 30s where he's somewhere else. I can't predict that. But he's given his best years Tottenham Hotspur. When he's in this form and utilizing that way, I'm working in tandem McCain. He's devastating. Absolutely devastating. Before we I have to read this out. This is from Chris somersault, who is an air license coach. This is how he can statistics under Nuno espirito Santo. So 2.3 shots per 90, 0.2 XG per 90, 0.08 XG per shot. 4.6 touches in the box. And this is under Conte. 4.3 shots per 90, 0.6 XG per 90, 0.15 XG per shot, 6.1 touches in the box. 6.1. That's everything. And by the way, that is partially how you beat man city. When you watch this, it's easy to say, okay, well, other teams can follow this model Tottenham set up. You load up guys in the box, you make them crossing balls, you hope to repel as many as you possibly can. And then you beat them on the counter attack. But here's the thing, here's why Tottenham are a little bit different. You know, you can play that way. You're not going to get many chances doing it. So you got to have someone lethal who can finish them. And he's that guy. He's it. He's ruthless. Absolutely ruthless. And the point you make is correct, that the quality of chance that spurs created was crucial. Absolutely crucial. But yeah, just the performances. No, here's the question going forward is Conte is showing what he can do now. The question, I know I'm going big, big, big picture here, but Conte can show what he can do with this team. He clearly wants more. So when they inevitably lose to Burnley on Wednesday, we really need to let him have it. No, it's more it's more just Daniel Levy respond in kind to what he's seen here and say I'm in the summer. Yes. I'm going to back him big. You have to. In what he does, and then you wonder, what's the ceiling for spurs? Now obviously there, fella. Obviously contract talks with start. With Harry Kane, although I believe spurs are going to leave that for Ken to do, they're going to say they're going to say, hey, who's contracted for another three or four years? Is it three years? I'd have to check. I thought it was two more years. Maybe it's two more years. But that conversation last summer wiped under the carapa completely. There will have to be a conversation about, well, you know, how are you? Here we are entering a new season. Right. Do you still love us? Are we Friends again? And the way they finish this season is gonna go a long way in determining what he, what he wants his family. I would think so. If they finish strong with this manager and if they back him in the transfer window, which they'd be insane, quite frankly, not to. I don't know, I don't know that he'll want to leave. But you never know. I know hope is not the friend of the Tottenham supporter. Correct. Boss. Hard not to be hopeful when you saw what was given. What was served? Because the world we live in. Now we made fun of this world last week on JJ the wild flux reactionary. We know. They just lost three in a row. Let's just see. Yeah, and you're right. And can you play.

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"michael cox" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"michael cox" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"I am 3% still human, I believe, I just had a medical and they told me and I think I get so hard to see. I'd like to see the print out of those results. How do you see it, Steven Williams? Yeah, I mean long term, yeah. Possibly to be the one to go. Is that time? Maybe officer less gold, but as I say, they creativity sometimes he draws defenders away. So sadly, I can score those goals. So yeah, it's a hard one. I wouldn't like to have to make the decision. The move thing is very odd. It's very, very odd and ongoing, and I do think the arrival of Lewis Diaz is like just one of the most joyful things for Liverpool social media Twitter. There was a great piece we talked about it before about written about a month ago about how there's just this mindset often for Liverpool in particular where there's just a constant feeling that darkness is always just about to happen to the cloud. Never buy in, or when there's an injury C that's it we're done with over. I think Louis Diaz is like one of the most joyful and optimistic universally I mean all the Liverpool fans quite rightly say, it's like he's played for us for years and it's fascinating. That will give. I think that will give Liverpool's brain trust cover to make a very, very, very difficult, almost Sufi's choicest decision upcoming. You're a beautiful man, Stephen Williams, get some sleep or if it's morning, go and rock out. After work now, so it can be with us. Can be with us. I'll get you surname right next time. Richard hall in the chat says minamino and Milner still better to have it since you know. It's debate. And that's what football's all about you bastard. Next one. Oh, mate. It's a great woody eyes American name. Woody, where are you from? What's your question? Hey guys, I'm from Saratoga Springs, New York. I'm a Liverpool fan as well. My question has to do with the away goals rule and the change this year and Champions League. It's one of those rules that's kind of hard to explain to my Friends, like what it means and how it applies. And when they change the rule, this past year, I thought, oh, okay, that's fine. It's kind of maybe kind of an archaic rule. It doesn't apply anymore, but after the last couple of days, I guess my question is, you know, does the change in the rule actually change the way teams have been playing because yesterday, Real Madrid seemed kind of conservative against PSG and that might have been for other reasons other than the change in the rule. And then as a Liverpool fan when I was looking at today's match, I thought, well, you know, Liverpool's away, but they're not going to sit in deep and try to absorb pressure and wait till they get to Anfield that because that's not what they do. So is there something about the change in the away goals rule that you guys think actually changes the way teams approach a game? Massive, massive question, which I think everybody is talking about. What do you tell us where you're from? Yeah, Sarah toga springs, New York. Oh, this is double S is the theme of first we had Steven sobel. Now we've got Saratoga Springs God bless Dave I'm playing for time so you could get your head around that one. I mean, it is the thing that everybody's talking. I think Michael Cox Illinois marking had a great comment last night watching Real Madrid, as you say, play an incredibly dour, negative, unambitious game, just trying to smother essentially eliminate the 90 minutes and he tweeted, my God, I've never seen Real Madrid. So negative if only UEFA could come up with some kind of rule which could encourage teams on the road to actually try and score a goal. What do you think David? Well, and then you have man city. So it's tough to really, it's tough to figure out. And I think it's a little too early to see what the change is. I don't really understand why they got rid of the away goals rule. I suppose there is some. Sense that it wasn't working properly. I don't really know what that was. I think, after the three three with Tottenham Hotspur, it just felt cruel it felt like it favored the tie, like whoever played at home first had essentially a disadvantage, not only. Because of the extra time rule as well. The extra time rule but also just it was a game of analytics and chant and feeling enough rapper Benitez was a man who mastered smother the away leg Nick the goal and then just work out how to get the result you needed at home and it created permutation football as opposed to free flowing football. And I think you're looking at it yesterday. And again, it's too soon to really understand it. What Real Madrid did is the natural reaction to the elimination of the wiggle and the irregular rule. I think it was really what those who got away with it would say, it was forged in an earlier time and when teams were going away to I remember going with Everton wants somewhere in Eastern Europe. I mean, it was terrifying. It was really that there was just such a home advantage and there was just it was so uneven the realities of the away game. They wanted to try and eliminate some of just the incredible home advantage that used to exist, which has kind of been a smooth out of football by modern football luxury boxes, the atmospheres are. There's so much team are now than they used to be two decades ago. And I think because home advantage has been eliminated the theory was, then we should get rid of the away goal rule because playing on the road is not going to go on the road is not what it used to be. But I think we've got a hint of what the managers, the KG manager and there's no one KG than Ancelotti and now we're going to do, which is if their first leg is on the road, there's no incentive whatsoever to tread Nick a goal on the counter anymore. They'll do what they should do, which is just to tread destroy the game completely. And then when so we will see. The only way I can answer it to be honest would be is.

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"michael cox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"michael cox" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On some news. The South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued a smoke advisory for the San Gabriel Mountains and parts of Riverside County through at least tomorrow, it says winds are expected to bring smoke from the massive wildfires in northern and Central California into parts of the South Coast Air base. Send the Air pollution agency says the air quality index may get to unhealthy levels from this afternoon until at least tomorrow morning. Governor Newsom has asked the Biden administration for a presidential major disaster declaration to help California deal with those ongoing wildfires. Newsom says the declaration would be for the multiple fires that are burning in the northern part of the state. It would help people impacted by the fires get access to legal services, housing, food and medical services. Man from the point has been busted for sneaking a peek of nude pictures on the cloud. Court records say the 40 year old broke into thousands of Apple iCloud accounts and collected more than 620,000 private photos and videos in an effort to steal images of nude young women. A report from the Times says. The guy has admitted to getting the content by Impersonating Apple customer support staff and emails. The trick more than 300 people into giving them their apple ID and passwords. He has agreed to plead guilty to four felonies, including conspiracy to gain unauthorized access to a computer. Deborah Mark K F I News brought to you by veteran owned simple Solaris dot com and Animal services officer in Riverside has been attacked by a couple of pit bulls. John Welch, with the county's animal services says the officer was responding to a call yesterday about four dogs on a man's property officer Michael Cox observed the situation and The property. He says The dogs appeared to be friendly at first. But then one attack and another joined in. The officer.

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"michael cox" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"michael cox" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Back to net worth radio dot com. Our interview with W. Michael Cox Executive in residence at Bridge. Well, Institute for Economic Freedom it as SIM you interview continues Dr Cox. We were diving into modern monetary theory, the expansion of the money supply, but the topic that at hand Was the accumulated debt and what the consequences are of that much debt. So if you could give us your view, ah and and maybe a potential forecast on the outcome Well, there's there's two things I want to say about this. First of all, it's bad for the government. Be able to do to have a Not have a budget constraint. When a When a entity who gets to spend doesn't have a budget constraint. That entity doesn't behave economically, and they're spending you and I don't get to go out and spend without having ah opportunity cost if he started we spent When I When I spit when I decided to buy something I have to think about whether or not It's economical for me to buy it if something is more important, and so I make sure I have to make choices. Government doesn't have to make a choice that they just She's something they buy it well, that's not economical and no institution, be able out. Just spin to scream that way, because I just you know it's this waste. But the second thing I want to say is that The implications of of this accumulation depend on who's buying the dead who owns the debt, well, foreign holdings of U. S debt or up to about 18. Trillion dollars. So of this $27 trillion is outstanding 18 of it. He's being has been bought by China, Um in other countries. That means that as they are increasingly owning American assets of all types, and it's also What do they own? They own our equities there where they're buying our country. Our companies. Buying our corporate debt. They're buying our agency death. They're buying our U. S. Treasury debt. And so every every time we do this, we wander In a sense, handing over the assets of America. Ba foreigners wants the consequences of it now. What does that do to? Well, let's let's take a combined impact on GDP forward on economic growth forward, and obviously, taxes are scheduled to go up this year. That's the discussion. More regulation along with the debt. So what happens to the economic forecast? If you're looking out five years or 10 years? Based on what's happened during the pandemic, long as foreigners willing to continue longer look long is America is a great place to invest in our companies are, you know Coming up with new innovations and were economically free and we're the leaders in the world and and they're gonna somebody's gonna fund our investment. Whether it's Americans or Chinese or Europe or someone. That's what happened at the beginning of the eighties. We started to run a trade deficit at the beginning of the eighties because we were running a capital account surplus. Because we were entering a period of American a growth revolution that was being led by the microprocessor in a lot of new innovation, so as long as our company we're coming up with the new innovations will continue to grow. However, who the who owns that growth of who owns the earnings from the companies who are growing? There's another matter so America can continue to grow with the death. It's just that the The growth, the earnings from the growth and the benefits of the growth will redound. To whoever owns the companies, right? It'll be foreigners. If we're gonna go out there and spin spin spin and by by by us and our government Someone is gonna want it in and we expect somebody else to finance that. Somebody other than us. The people who finances are gonna wind up. With the ownership of our assets, So that's kind of what's happening here. So under that scenario, GDP growth for the next five years do you have? Ah, Do you have a forecast? Gellar, working with It's really going to depend on what this new administration does with regulations. Taxes, things like the corporate income tax free. In my opinion, the best thing that happened under the Trump administration was the cut in the corporate income tax free. If you look at the corporate income tax rate before the Trump administration took office America's court in the order of like Put Verdict Plot vertically, all the corporate income tax rates in the World. America's corporate income tax rates took up stuck up like a middle finger. It was higher than almost every other industrialized nations and other countries that cut their corporate income tax rate. Ours was still really high, and that was causing the capital outflow out of America to other countries. Where you know you could invest did not have to pay a 45% cap corporate income tax free. So we were are a lot of money with it was parked overseas. We were exporting jobs. We were multinational companies were growing on producing goods over there instead of fear to avoid that corporate income tax with so and you could mathematically calculate not done this. In fact, I wrote an article on this. So thank you and I were talking about it was called kind of like a Laffer curve for the corporate income tax records show this government with former cut the corporate income tax rate that not only within government not lose corporate tax rate revenue. Of they would gain corporate tax revenue when they did, and they gained a lot more revenue because the stock market boomed, but you should do A lot of embarrassment came back to America Stock market doubled almost And um, so to discuss to discussions came to discussions came out of Ah, the Goldman Sachs reporting their endorsement of Biden about three weeks before the election, they said. They're the only major increase would be corporate taxes from 21 to 28%. Now the figure is kind of leaked out. Maybe 25% consequences there. I didn't see the Goldman Sachs report. Are you saying that Goldman Sachs is projecting that Biden administration will will increase the corporate income tax rate from 21 to 25%? Or 21, 2 28. Those of the figures that have come out what I was going to say, every one of these things corporate. He cut the income he raised the income tax rate. He raised the corporate income tax rate or worst of all. You imposed for the first time ever in America, a wealth tax Suppose we have that which we've never had a wealth tax. You're talking everything they do now. It's on them. Right. Okay. You understand? That's the good thing we have right now. We've got Look, we've got clearly identifiable business either culprit. Uh, the blame or party the credit they have controlled the administrator, all the all the branches of government. Right. They got the house. I got the Senate. They got the.

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"michael cox" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"michael cox" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dr W. Michael Cox. Former chief economist at the Dallas Fed. He now serves executive and residents at the bread. Well, Institute for Economic Freedom. Michael, Welcome back to the program. Tell us what you're up to. It s him. You Teaching a lot a lot. Maura's much as I can. Um, I hope to teach till the day I die. And that's and also doing a lot of research on the Texas economy and the national economy loving every minute of it and bread. Well, the Institute for Economic Freedom at S. M U. Tell us how that came about well used to be the O'Neill Center, But we passed the baton from the O'Neals to who? Actually, Bill O'Neill started the O'Neill center. He's a Texan, you Was a graduate of Sonu. They all moved over to California. Um, then, uh, this after almost nice 10 years of being the O'Neill center. They passed the baton over to some Texans Tucker bread. Well, who lives in Abilene, and we now have a Texas based center here, which is going from being a central actually to be an institute. At a higher level of funding and we're really rocking and rolling. I gotta have some really good years ahead. Um, And so we're all very excited about it. And, uh, building a new building on campus. Uh, the house? Um ah, larger number of students. We had a record attendance at S M u this year over 12,000 students for the first time ever. Record number of students in the business school. Trying to create an environment going to create an environment which will enable us to teach students in new ways and using more technology. It's just really good time for SM. Ugh. Of course, 2000 and 20 was a A challenging year in terms of the way we thought, but it was amazing how person by person professors staff just independently stepped up to the to the Taschen did what needed to be done and I was just I our teacher teach. Our students were very happy. And it was a great It was a great year. I mean, feedback we got from our students was fantastic. Well, congratulations on the Record number of overall students and at the Ah at the business school. You got a new dean. Right? Right. Matthew Myers, Matthew B. Myers. Came to us from Miami of Ohio. Uh um He's been with us three years now. The great fundraiser Great guy. Really, really staunch advocate of free markets. Andre you've got you know, we've got with this new breed Well institute and we have other people of Texans. In particular who were very, very strong advocates for free markets. They know that if you're gonna have a business school on business department if you don't have business in general, you've got to have a Free market economy and there They're believers and the free market system was so they're like they're supporting us. Forming a new board for our bread. Will institutes got important? You know, Texas leaders on it, so you'll hear more about that from our director, Bob Lawson. Well, then being the next time you'll do an event. Let us know will feature it right here because one of your events had asked him you was years before the shell revolution actually took hold. And you You had one of the guest speakers that really telegraphed what was gonna happen with us energy independence and that I mean, that was a decade before anybody realized what was happening. So that Zeke Stream Lee important, So next event, we look forward to it. And I know with your chief economist status at the Dallas Fed. Former chief economist, your best to tell us Ah, a topic that every client is looking at, and that is You. Basically you're on track to double the money supply. At the same time, you're adding huge amounts of debt. So what do you think the consequences are those short term and longer term From what's happened over the past year. Two separate issues there, one that's the Fed and the other one is Treasury. Oh, really? Congress for Let's Deal with the Bunnies. Clough first money supply. If you look what happened during Cove it people complete and what has been happening even before that people at these very, very, very low interest rates and almost no inflation. In fact, I can prove to you if you want me to that inflation is actually lower than what the numbers say in the reason that's happening is that the Is that the people of the number crunchers that those green eye shade number crunches are very slow it putting into the price index things whose prices are falling if things when they come out, and the result of that, is that when you don't you know when you don't put things in the price index during the period of the prices will follow. When they first come out. You come up with him and unopened bias in the price of eggs. Okay, so I believe inflation and I conceal it in. Greenspan believes this, too, is actually lower than what the numbers say now, when that's the case, that means you're not. You're not really even pushing too much money into the economy enough to cause place is Milton Friedman said. Inflation is everywhere and always a monetary phenomenon. Too much money being chasing too few goods now, So what happened? Why? Why don't we having doubling the money supply is not inflexible. The reason is money. Demand jumped up. Why did money demand jumped up? Well, Jump up what The reason is because interest rates are so low. There's really no big incentive to be having, you know, holding like, say bonds, for example, And don't forget FBI insurance increased Ridicu 150,000 for bank Holdings. My account. You know, you could have two or three different accounts in a bank or have it be insured up to 250. So thousands of all many people, including a shifted money some of their asset holdings to bank during During the cold during the covert recession at the beginning of it worried that the stock market might crash. Of course it did go down came a couple, of course, but so banks experienced a big increase in demand for money. Had the Fed not increased the money supply at the time. Money demand rose, you would have seen deflation. Would have seen massive deflation. Exactly the thing that Klaus is a recession to turn into a depression exactly the thing that caused the Great Depression. And exactly the thing you don't want exactly the thing that the Fed was created to avoid. We had massive deflation and during the seven in the 17 hundreds and 18 hundreds before the Fed was treated And that was just terrible for the economy, and the result of those deflation was really bad recessions, depressions. On and on. And so with the Fed was mainly created to be able to control the money supply enough to bent those booms and busts, period. So this time the Fed did a good job of pushing enough money into the economy to create the, uh, to keep to your deflation from happening, But the price level didn't fall in Roz, either. We had basically a stable price level. So what you saw was the Fed pushed enough money into the economy to meet the increase of money demand. Now, if we if we then take that to the debt side, right? Ah, what's the debt level now? And what are the consequences there? Oh, my God. Well, that's the whole difference. This is a mess You've got a government will just cannot stop spending. If you look go back and you look at government spinning at the combined federal, state and local level, all total as a percent of our nation's output. Let's go back and look at that. From the From the time the nation was first tennis budget numbers on We have budget numbers from 17 92 all the way up to today, the entire experience of our nation's government spending from 17 92 to the end of the 19th century that government debt except during the civil war never never exceeded more than 8%. The government spending at the combined federal state local ever finished. The 18th 19th centuries 8% of GDP 8% GDP. Then at the we begin as we begin the 20th century government spending was 8% of GDP than it rose in the first World War and never retreated back at Rose again and in the great Depression and never retreated back..

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"michael cox" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael cox" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Of their event at 11 o'clock this morning, right here on Kogo. I'm honored that she's there to represent black women. And the Black vote. Some woman in San Diego applauding Joe Biden for his Harris pick. Dr. Kira Green is the executive director of the Center on Policy Initiatives and tells reporting partner 10 news. Harris appeals to a wide range of voters. He's young enough to attract young folks but old enough to experience and to be taken seriously. I think it will help with women were disappointed to see not to see other women advanced further in this race on I also think that it will help with black voters. Harris is the first black and Asian woman to appear on a major party ticket. We'll get reaction. Additional reaction from Will Rodriguez Kennedy. He is the chair of the San Diego County Democratic Party. And he'll be joining us live at 8 20 The positive test rate for the Corona virus in San Diego was 3% for the second straight day, and the county is moving closer to getting off the state Watch list. The ruling two week average is down to 4.8%. There were fewer than 200 cases reported in the county for the first time since June 22nd span of seven weeks and the Metro keeping San Diego in the state Watch list. The number of cases per 100,000 has dropped again. Toe 101 Just above threshold of 100 for the past two weeks, the case rate continues to decrease and we're very happy about that, because it is moving in the right downward direction. These results are indeed promising Doctor Wilmut saying schools to be able to open two weeks after the county gets off. The state watch lists the largest one in the region, saying you unified said Monday they would not open until the local trigger. Of community outbreaks was also stable have been 29 of those in the last seven days about the trigger of seven in a rolling one week period. Chakra Kogo new and coming up at noon today, the governor will give his covert briefing. You can hear that live on Kogo offense around veteran's Park in O B, lasted a couple of hours. I was put up by the city Tuesday morning trying to end large gatherings on Wednesday nights in defiance of public health orders. A few hours after it was installed, two men came and tore it down for watching video cameras. Dr. Jennifer Campbell is the City Council member who represents Ocean Beach and made a plea to those who are taking part in those gathering. People who come here with no mask with no distancing. Are being irresponsible and they could get sick, deathly sick and die. The county says anyone who has cited for defying public health orders risks facing a fine of up to $1000. A new covert 19 testing site opens this morning at the Santa Seed Report of entry Pedestrian Crossing. County Public Health Officer, Dr Wilma Wooten says the site will focus on essential workers and American citizens who live in Mexico. The location was selected for three reasons. Number one again. Increased number of cases in that region, so we're increasing testing access. The free Walk up testing site at the Pet East Crossing at the port of Entry is open mornings Monday through Friday. Still no agreement between Republicans and Democrats when it comes to the next Corona virus relief Bill. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow describe some of the things the White House would like to see included. We would love to extend the payroll protection for small business. We would like that very much. We want very much to be able to put additional money and for a safe and secure school opens. Carlo tells Fox News that it's up to Democrats of negotiations ever resume. He also said a good chunk of what Democrats are proposing have nothing to do with the Corona virus pandemic. President Trump weighing in on the uncertainty of the college football season, our White House correspondent John Decker, with more from Washington, President Trump telling Fox sports radio that he thinks college football would be making a trip. Odjick mistake If the sport is not played this fall, saying the players can avoid the most serious symptoms of the corona virus, football players, a very young, strong people and Physically. I mean, they're physically in extraordinary shape, so they're not gonna have a problem. You're not going to see people. You know, Could it be? Could it happen, But I doubt it. The president's comments came hours before the Big 10 became the first power five conference to postpone its fall football season until the spring. One man giving a boost to black entrepreneurs. Michael Cox has launched a free three month program that helps grow black owned companies to see all these beautiful faces people doing everything from cooking. There's begin chefs There's no jury makers. There's clothing designers are reporting partner. 10 news says Cox will help owners create business plans revenue projections and build confidence to stand behind the worth of their services.

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"michael cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police officer coming forward with his story On how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with double BBC TV's hit the back of the head and turn around in front of the head and I start didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer and cocks, and he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit, where they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect the driver took off on foot gave Cox Chase knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop. Until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway, for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know, these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not gonna stop. You stayed with the department. And Cox, saying that his family received threatening phone calls, and he had his tires slashed by fellow officers. But he refused to quit. 30 years later, he wound up rising to the highest uniform rank of bpd. But then he became The chief at the Ann Arbor, Michigan Police Department took a civil rights lawsuit for cocks to be compensated for all he went through. But he says he's not bitter. And he doesn't think that police need to be defunded that if you want something to get better, you need to invest in it. At 1

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Michael Cox Recalls Being Beaten By Fellow Officers

WBZ Midday News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Michael Cox Recalls Being Beaten By Fellow Officers

"Police officer coming forward with his story On how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with double BBC TV's hit the back of the head and turn around in front of the head and I start didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer and cocks, and he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit, where they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect the driver took off on foot gave Cox Chase knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop. Until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway, for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know, these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not gonna stop. You stayed with the department. And Cox, saying that his family received threatening phone calls, and he had his tires slashed by fellow officers. But he refused to quit. 30 years later, he wound up rising to the highest uniform rank of bpd. But then he became The chief at the Ann Arbor, Michigan Police Department took a civil rights lawsuit for cocks to be compensated for all he went through. But he says he's not bitter. And he doesn't think that police need to be defunded that if you want something to get better, you need to invest in it. At 1

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"michael cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Facemask bill on Beacon Hill would hand out fines for people in public, not wearing masks that started 100 bucks one week from today. The Red Sox have their home opener at Fenway taking on the Orioles to kick off the Shortened MLB season on Melrose will have covert 19 testing today at their middle and high school after an uptick in cases as a high school are also tested positive. And a former Boston police officer coming forward with his story, speaking publicly on how he was mistaken for a suspect and beaten by fellow officers from 25 years ago. Michael Cox, speaking with BBC TV's I Team, hit the back of the head and turn around in front of him, and I didn't get kicked, punched, hit by multiple sides all at once. I kind of remember kind of trying to get up and at some point Seeing like a silhouette of a police officer. And Cox says that he and his partner were working undercover in the gang unit when they spotted the getaway car of a shooting suspect. The driver took off on foot and Cox gave chase. Knowing backup was on the way he was climbing a fence in pursuit of the suspect. When he says other officers pulled him down and started beating him. They didn't stop until members of his own unit arrived. Cox suffered head injuries and kidney damage, but says the department tried to cover up what happened. Nobody wass found responsible anyway for criminal activity that occurred It was clear that you know these people wanted me guard. I was like this is not going to stop. Even if I leave. It's not going to stop. You stayed.

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"michael cox" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

13:50 min | 2 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"Slash star comics and even for the one dollars level. You'll get stickers anytime we get a new sticker you'll get one for the five dollar level. You'll get that plus bonus podcast materials. You can also just email us and we'll probably send you a sticker mostly the bonus pods are well worth at everyone behind. We not release the new ones right. The stickers no bonus PA. Yeah we haven't we haven't released an actual podcast on Patriots and a little bit. Yeah we were trying to shoot for a couple of months so we might be one or two years. The problem is that we have to record those and they normally go late. Yeah that's fine. We'll get we'll get we'll get smart there so if you're a patriot. Don't you worry we'll get you So are we ready we ready? We're ready for the star madness if you haven't picked your bracket and you're going to listen to the also. Alex is going to Chime in with his picks however his picks are irrelevant. Did you say elephant irrelevant? You guys you guys are just like all. Your picks at home are irrelevant. The only picks me and Jerry we are the primis yeah. We are the premise. My name is mud and and are you good anyway where these costs are going to be. No sorry we me and it's both have cough. It's it's I don't because I drink water because you flex do. Oh yeah I flex really hard in. All sickness goes away. I'm serious try it. You need to flex mar off all right so we're GONNA start in the east bracket that is your top left. The very top left corner. Top left We got a lover's quarrel lovers dual. It is by the way I've had some people asking us. And here's the deal. I took all of the characters and I put them in a random. Just put them randomly in there and then I put them in a random bracket generator program that randomize them all. So there is no. It's completely rhyme or reason to any of this seeds and I took out took the seeds off. Hit an option on the spread generator to remove seating completely. I tell you what it It gave us some doozy's. There's a couple that we're GONNA do today. That were difficult for me. There's one for sure that I I didn't necessarily have a hard time with but I just did not like seeing the pairing at all because I wanted one of them to go to the second round but the way the bracket did you see the picture that I sent you while I was. Yes yes that was. I forgot to single artist CO decision that I've probably made in my life. Yes yeah I agree I will as I because I'm confident you guys will also have that difficult decision to make. Yes probably okay. We're going to start in the top left. We got electra versus daredevil ELEKTRA versus daredevil. You can go okay. I built. I anybody remember. The goal is to match our brackets correct so anyways trying to match my bracket and you don't and you're listening to this podcast you know. The daredevil is one of if not my favorite comic book character of all time so for me. It's an easy one. It's daredevil for the win on this I'm in the same boat The newest run of daredevil. That's out right now. If you guys are not reading it you need to read it. Because it's amazing. Yes I was writing shoot. I can't think of his name. It's a because you can't think of anybody naming him. I never can whenever sitting in front of this microphone. I can never think of their name. Seila Primus I can think of Primus. Song names Are you looking at up? No chipped chipped. His ARC's Dr Ski. Yes he's doing a phenomenal job. It's a great Ron. I picked daredevil because I don't really necessarily care for electro that much to be honest would you get electro without daredevil? Well that's the thing I mean. It wouldn't a break off of the daredevils franchise however but I don't mix runs in a home movie. I Love Electric. Don't get me wrong. I actually have the four. I mean I have a lot of electric but I have the four issue Arcor. She gets killed sure. I bought it last year on Ebay. Frank Miller it was an awesome by their super nice comics any damn great and what did you have elks daredevil during ill? I I know you well enough. Daredevil is a highlight of my bracket. So if we're going to go Chris if we were talking and talking more in depth of characters as we go through pick one your favorite iteration of daredevil an all medium my favorite iteration of daredevil medium. Certainly not the movie half lack Josh this seems like a cop out. It's not a cop out but it's probably the new run of daredevil. I really really enjoy it. It's him coming out of the hospital after almost dying and and this is obviously a trope of daredevil. He's he's dealt with this before but I really like how. They've captured the fact. That daredevil is literally a part of the man now he can't even basically survive without being daredevil and they play into that really hard and just loved the art. I love the way looks. I love the way. He thinks his speech like everything about him. In that Comic Book Ron I really really enjoy. I would say after that. I'm I would have to go Well it doesn't matter that's my pick. Yeah I mean no no loafer net flicks. I Love Net flicks. That's what I was GONNA say. It was probably be my my second pick because I did love that show so much I love. What's his name? David Cox Michael Cox Something Charlie Charlie Tax Got The Cox Right. You get the cash rate in that I will never forget What's wrong with that? I absolutely love it. I think it's a really great It would probably be my number one pick had this comic book run that come on. Come on any of your favorite. What's your favorite iteration of daredevil? It'd be the net flicks. I haven't given the one thing that I'm lack in the whole thing is I'm I don't read. You can't read. That's why I can't sorry but you'd think with the pictures would help. It makes it harder. Actually my favorite iteration Which wasn't my first experience daredevil. But going back to the Frank Miller run the born again ronn which is Kinda. The quintessential it is. I'd kind of changes that character and also kind of changes comics in a way big time. It's one of the most important of comic book ever made and I love it but you know after that the mark waid run is really really good. I don't know ten years ago makes it's a little lighter fare and he's kind of like a swashbuckling adventure. It's really fun. It's a fun book So those are my two favorites. So we'll go on to our next one. Which is Doctor Manhattan versus Green Lantern? Oh Man I know what my pickus will go first doctor Manhattan Doctor Manhattan for you. He's like so intense everything about him as intense. I WANNA hate the crap out of the sky but I don't because I understand that he literally doesn't have control of his mind anymore. It's not a human. He's not a human being. You think of him as a human being because he was changed over because you see him as a human I But he's like so beyond he's basically god-like to where he doesn't have the same feelings as human so when he talks about like eradicating people almost like Thanos in a way In the different things like he just has no emotion or heart for people whatsoever. You always gotta call her what you're thinking about the fact that he can see the past president of future simultaneous already knows what's the best course of action. Yes exactly and but he doesn't have any feeling he just knows what is going to happen so it is what it is with him. And I don't know I like him a lot Green Lantern is fine. He's a great character but I don't know I think the doctor Manhattan just has more to him that I enjoy any just really like how powerfully he is they never really use it To his full potential because if they did he just like Paul Tears but well. I don't think he wants to blow up the he doesn't but could yeah and I like him because of that What about you Alex? My two I said Doctor Manhattan Doctor Manhattan. Why did you pick that? I just figured that's what you guys were. That's right 'cause you're all matter and you're not important exaggerate. I'm trying to guess what you guys My pick on this one would be green lantern. Is it really yeah? You don't you don't have any love for Dr Manhattan I'm not a huge fan necessarily of either one. I've never been a huge doctor Manhattan Fan My favorite interaction iterative. Him has been in. The new watchmen show. I really liked what they did with Doctor Manhattan. Yeah I you know. I wouldn't say that I was a huge fan of back from the book. Now you gotTa love to Hate Him. Yeah he was kind of. He's kind of an annoying character. I think in some ways why first of all he has the ability to do anything yes he always makes stupid decisions or selfish decisions or like. He is allowed to think that he's killing people with radioactive poisoning. But he's not right what he's tricked into it by Ozzy. Mendes rate is now storyline goes true. I don't know in either case. My exposure to that character has been essentially. Just the watchmen graphic novel. Sure and then more recently the show which he's a side character and Green answering you're talking about a staple character for generations. Now honestly I like the iteration in the movie and the Zach. Snyder movie doesn't his ex nihilo. Yeah I forgot about that. Yeah that's probably the best one. I like that iterating the best because I forgot about that. It does give them a little more heart Has of the love affair there But I'M GONNA go with lantern. I was always. I've always been intrigued by green lantern. But I've never gone backing dove super deep into it. I feel like I should. I feel good story and story line there. People say that that's one of the better DC characters but I do remember the show The Justice League show from the Highness and that was John Edwards right. Yes it was John Edwards. It wasn't a hell Jordan or John. Stewart John Stewart yes China Edwards now was the medium guy on TV. Okay crossing over. Oh I remember that he was a fraud really a went to jail. Oh like in real life. Yeah Oh okay well. That's an issue. He did something about him on a face I think he ended up like stealing. Yeah he likes stole money. Europe trick people into telling them like their deepest things weird and went on to steal from them or something. Oh okay that's not true. Then you can't do that stuff But Green Lantern. I always liked the whole color. Yellow thing how that was like his nemesis color yellow on. I hate the color yellow. It is my all time you're wearing. I know I hate it. I do hate yellow. I hate with a passion so I'm Kinda like Greenland. What about the song? I like my favorite interaction. Would the interaction with her because it would probably be the Ryan Reynolds movie from two thousand and of course it was. Yeah no actually. Didn't think it was a bad movie though. No I like it. My favorite part of deadpool one of my favorite parts when he's getting wheeled in on a Gurney and talking about his suit just don't make the soup green. Yeah Yeah But I like green lantern and what I really do like is Green Lantern Corps so I did read those comics and they they kind of are like an intergalactic police force And I just think I think the school I think going forward. Dc has a lot of future potential with that franchise if they go the direction or and do alike guardians of the galaxy. I think they're golden. Did I agree with you? I think that would be really fun. Did you guys know little spoiler here for about Green Arrow? Did you know that they heavily? Teas that diggle would be green lantern. Yes and they completed that tees at the end of the series. I did see that I I saw the images of has interesting and electrical like diggle whether or not oh become an actual show I duNno. Cw stuff as always is always going to be kept separate from any movie. Starring entered but they did crossover As remillard into the world. So it's a it's a mole tigers anymore out.

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"michael cox" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

Is The Mic Still On

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On

"Me. I'm like i want to make sure was clear before i mean is this the same she and i went down and we research a all personally invited me to the n._f._l. Thing lap chair in the same sheet is louis. It was actually the difference is which is doing is. He's doing the actual super bowl so when i saw that i felt a certain type of way about it like the thing that i think the thing jay eh and then like i said i don't know i don't know how deep does runs like a man not been same deal. It might have been a similar deal but he added some some put some amendment. I'm an amendment to it like he wanted to say okay well. I'll do it but we gotta. Do this. Inspire change plan along with this if i'm going to take this deal so i can't imagine taking again a deal that they offer him. It's like he kind of like we doing. When we have people like give us offers and stuff. We'll flip it around and say oh. Can you add this and take away away that type of thing so that's what i thought he probably did if that was similar to what jemaine bryan michael cox said it was the same exact you you people are saying that he told him not to work with the n._f._l. And then to go around and work with the n._f._l. I mean that's that's shady within itself but that's it can also be looked at as business you know too because i want to get that deal right <hes> but it also depends on what were the reasons why he told them to do it like not to out of support for colin kaepernick or was it a interior motive in play <hes> we don't know <hes> i think the thing bothers me <hes> <hes> <hes> i'm not i definitely think j._c. Sold the movement. I think he's profiting off of what colin kaepernick did and <hes> you know. This is this right in line with who he is. You know as as a capitalist. This is what j. z. Is you know we all know lon- everybody is a famous. Line is allowance cliche and and for me when you talked about him being able to go to the n._f._l. Oh and say all right. Here's certain things that i would like to see happen. That will make it look good for all of us <hes> because we're trying to inspire and do change. Let's bring colin kaepernick board. Let's bring these people onboard that started this thing and you know <hes> work with them him in conjunction with this. We may not be able to get a deal because that's the individual team thing. We know he's being blackball. Everybody knows that but it's up to the team designing but if i'm i'm going to be working with you guys on the social media thing that he's brought awareness to why not have or give him an official position and within the n._f._l. Or go to him and say hey look. Everything that you've done has been great. You got us to this point where we don't have to kneel anymore. You're like you want an awareness. We got the awareness what jay z. said now. We want to come in and say. I hear you so they've heard us. We're going to do something nets so colin you. You don't have to nil anymore. Let me give you a position or you can play football and we can work together partner together and because we got this deal based on what you've if done. There's no need to new anymore because we're moving forward with quote unquote actionable items. You know what i'm saying so this this whole thing bothers me man and this is how this is how you continue to stay dominant. You know because jaycee j._c. Was a huge figure who's highly influential to a lot of black people mainstream and underground and him saying no to the super bowl. Oh man a lot to a lot of people is show that we were united yeah. We're not united anymore them use him as a mascot as a token has created division because what is the movement if you take away one of the biggest figures and use him as a means to get black people to be quiet you you know so. I don't know man and you know..

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"michael cox" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You don't even know what kind of badly i also think. That's a congress party over party. This is like brand. Michael cox said that they had a conversation that you know it's just so many someone's like playing and telephone at this point but this is this some of that was also taken out of context because i don't believe jay's got on the phone and they don't they do you don't you don't think so. I think he's gave more. He's human just like the rest of us. Can't humans are persuasive are persuasive. He persuaded the fuck out of that. He was the bike y'all a j. D you know don't do it at the show with the conversation. Was that what he said but it is any part of that conversation was do not do the deal with n._f._l. Anymore right. There's more mortar calm because this story is still developing. <hes> i understand jay z. Coming back to the table i think the way that he came back like they offer more money and then he came back like okay. Give that looks bad on his part but i also feel like if we're looking to now make the changes and looking to now move these into action. I want my friend in office because he's the one there's there's going to be able to to really be indies the ears of these n._f._l. Owners i'm and i want my friend in the room with these owners because now we can start this conversation. Now are we can start the action portion and moving forward and so was also been coming out reportedly is that he's trying to own it n._f._l. Team and then also it may be. It's also just resell will report. It came out that he was trying to finesse. You can get in good with him so that he can't on the n._f._l. On an n._f._l. Team so he can get more money yeah but be honest with you is when they only one point one percent same thing with the brooklyn nets really on a good part of portion of brunette came with one one two percent of the actual kinda like will and jada orna portion of seventy sixers. I mean it is a portion but it's not like you're like oh you actually. I mean you know what i mean. You're refunding. The checks is coming out to the players have controlling vote exact right you just play by a leadership but you're not you don't have control and bolts and then the day like we vote and and and it's five against five whoever has the controlling vote is they are the deal britain period <hes> but yeah so that's what essentially was going on then. They were saying okay if he does the n._f._l. Deal as far as well. He's going to do it but if he's gonna get the right to own an n._f._l. Team first of all they're not gonna the n._f._l. Is it's not going to allow him to have both seats. You never know never know you never know to allow him to have both sees. You never know we'll have to see you have the right. You have to see but you never know. He does entertainment and let's be honest. He also has a management agency or whatever so <hes> yeah yeah so moving right along all also finish my plane that went on in the n._f._l. Team or the portion how what however much is to bring colin colin kaepernick columbine back into the n._f._l. Which is why. I say what my friend in this room true. I'm just say i want my friend in this say it looks it looks the i think the way that this kind of came out that up it's it looks cool. It looks crazy on his does. It looks crazy. I think he's a man of l. Power moves and i truly believe he had a good heart and doing this from where i'm sitting and where i'm looking. I want my friend in this room. My thing is it does look very cornish cornish. We'll have to wait again this story the buyback of cox and then and jemaine do pre story that is it's like telephone remainder pretty to come out and and because bribe mcconnell said this in and it wasn't even the interview it was like he was just to stay in passing..

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"michael cox" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"For the entertainment during the super bowl lately been wack. That's that's really had collaborations. This last year was travis scott and i didn't see it wasn't coldplay. Copay was beyond. It was whack here's it'd be satisfied but this in these ladies ones have been lack so i'm glad to partner up with the right however jay z is also receiving a lot of backlash because because of this they call him a traitor okay so this is my thing i'm kind of torn between like in between which story though of all of it just in general okay so the initial story came out okay jay jay z. n._f._l. Partnership you know what i mean freight attainment all right okay. I read more about it okay. He's going to be taken over for entertainment for its you know okay fine for music entertainment. That's his that's his field. In general all right cool stories we came out when he did <hes> when he did the press conference with <hes> with a boy named the commissioner roger goodell garage or goodell he did you know the press conference with him and people are asking him questions more so you know like hey colin kaepernick and <hes> he was he said yeah but came out that was a lie <hes> and then also when he was like which which i understand what he was coming from out of context and that's what i'd say he was saying like essentially this is not about this is more about this is about millions of the people now about colin kaepernick having a job quote unquote he said i think we're past kneeling. I think is time for action which is true i do. I do believe that but i i believe the kneeling and the protests like this is limited. It is but there are necessary to start it. It was needed to start the conversation nation but the point we are right now would go from yeah. Where do we go from here because now we're just we're just for so focus on kneeling that we've made no progress in angela. We need action action. We need to actually go forward. I think part of everyone's problem with though is jay. Z. was offered this before when the call cabinet thing. I start up in refused on the grounds that he was on team kapernick. He didn't approve of what was going on but then they go back and they hit him with a higher amount and he accepts it and after an in between this uh actually follow up with jemaine duprey and offer jemaine reader real down because hold on legend allegedly allegedly turns it down. If you're if we're baseness. I'm bryan michael cox. Who allegedly says that <hes> germania premiums offered the deal after jay z was initially offered the deal he turned it down because because jay z comes to him and saying basically saying that we need to stand together we need to stand with cabernet turns around down n._f._l. Offers.

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"michael cox" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"We're discussing mental health. I date with Michael Cox. So you've said that the primary purpose of mental health. First aid is kind of a see something do something kind of model. Just like in regular first aid. You know, rather than oh, you broke your leg. We don't know what to do. So we're going to just leave you here. We know that in mental health a lot of people notice that something's wrong. Their friends seems offer their friend is depressed, or their friend is just not acting normal or the same with a co worker or a stranger, but they don't know what to do. And therefore, they do nothing or they get angry, and they actually make the problem worse. What are some examples that you give if I'm a person in the workplace, and I think my co-worker is acting odd. What would be like step number one? Is there a way to assess? Yeah. Birthday. Birthdate has an action plan and the action plan it out not the green stuff that grows in the water. Eight L G E the eighth and for theft or risk without a harm L listened on middling. The G is give reassurance and information. The I e is encourage appropriate professional health, and in the last is encouraged self helping us for strategies, and so just as you would with VR first-aid when we notice something happening. So we'd go take that scenario that you stayed in a workplace that is for about a harm. You're always in that profit. It's our allergy is not necessarily linear or each it can happen in many different ways, depending on the circumstances and the situation in the relationship or that individual. But the first thing you could have been recognized is something has changed. So something different from what my colleague typically present. And so and they're coming to work late where they used to come in right on time early or they come in to shovel. They're not taking care of themselves. They look down. This is happening over consistent longer time. Couple of weeks. That's the first thing we wanna be wanna see shift to change. And what their presentation is. What has been and then on only coming about listening the ferry? I do recognize it right on that assessment. But then when I think about that individual I wanna consider individuals privacy, confidentiality and other one I want to do it away. But it's not gonna embarrass them. That's not going to point them out yet also show that I care, and we're gonna talk about my observations. So you don't want to go up and the queue someone someone out necessarily just talking about what the time observed has shifted in their presentation in behavior and things, okay. And give them opportunity to respond ordinarily. And oftentimes people are pretty relieved when someone had noticed something in their life, and they have the freedom. They hate I'm building things. Okay. But we're just making observation and deciding from that observation how he listened to that individual. We determine what? The next step. Right. And so in may be an appropriate professional oftentimes in workplace an individual. They may have an EA they employ assistant program. And so it may be connecting them to a professional that if they needed or if they have access to that. Or just simply be hey, can we support you want to grab some coffee or are you have to physical needed? We practically we can try to help me. And so and maybe that they need to connect with professional or they just need them maybe community support and looking with that individual. And so you're fallen that action plan on you would have that individual looking through that process by personal colleague got it. Thank you so much. This sounds well, right? Frankly, this program was not create a train professionals. Although there, of course, but I think that the big deal is that the goal is just a better equipped people with a level of common. Pop. It's reduced sigma and build awareness around the reality that people experience mental health problems too. Not professional darn..

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"michael cox" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on Caught Offside

"And I'm looking for that next pass to move the ball from the middle third into the final. Right. And they they just utterly refused to make it time and time again, and I give credit to grandma. So it was on the call who pointed out, you know, how up and here we go back to the keeper again, you know, it's like they get to midfield and then reverse back back back past back end to the keeper and Liverpool now reset defensively. And it's like whatever rush was on for Fulham. It just never even happened. And it was so frustrating to watch it, and I guess that is why they're in the position they're in because their defenses shambles all they have to rely on their attack. But if they're attack is showing no courage than what are they? John Giles regularly on TV talked about moral courage, like the courage to get on the demand the ball on play that posture talking about it's a real thing you have to do it. Otherwise, what happens you end up giving the ball back planet round an ultimately with a team like Liverpool presses somewhat. They're gonna win the ball back. It's that simple. It's amazing to me scattergun approach to building this team that they never got linkman a player who could come in into that midfield and link all those elements together. Well, I thought John Michael Serey could have been that guy. And in the beginning of the season there were moments where I thought he was but as the seasons progressed, he's not a bad player. But I don't think he's risen to the level. They they had hoped. I also let's talk about the goalkeeper's. Well, who ultimately handed Liverpool the win. I think that's one of the worst performances I've ever seen in the primarily. I literally was was was three ways. I thought we're gonna win this in the end we're gonna we're gonna get a set piece. We're gonna get deflections or ahead or something like that. And he's going to give us something. I was saying it in my mind. He did it in the first half shot. That's coming straight atom. Yeah. Yeah. And he just like palms it and front of himself. I'm like if he does not again, we've got something going here. Remember that one? It was such a catchable. God. No. Let's be honest, Andrew if we were doing kind of George Jetsons Jetson of soccer. Remember that show of meet the Jetsons. Right. And they imagined how the future would be flying cars the whole bit teleportation all that in soccer. I never thought when I started watching. It will be the goalkeeper's. Don't catch the ball anymore on Rico is like the the absolute wild extreme of that. And he did it right in the second half. When we needed it most. How catchable was that? Yeah. Come on. He's got to do better on and then ends up following Monday. And Milner who's involved in. Slicing back the past that led it to the VDI header to Alison that led to the equaliser show such calmness to just clip it down the Midland score the pen. Yeah, now Liverpool did get the win. But it was not all necessarily smooth sailing was not said Fulham are just flat out bad and Liverpool struggled to get those three points. Michael Cox wrote this after the game in comparing Liverpool's tunnel running right now with Manchester City's he says. Pep Guardiola cider superior at taking the game to the opposition converting their possession dominance into outright goalscoring opportunities. Largely thanks to the likes of dabid Silva Bernardo Silva, and Kevin debris, Anna that remains the area. Where city have a distinct advantage over Liverpool. Liverpool might be winning without playing well, but city or winning while also playing well despite the old saying despite Liverpool returning to the top of this victory. It's city who looked better placed for the title. Your thoughts. I don't think that's too harsh. I can see his point of view. I think there's a a qualitative difference between the recent shaky city which really only comes down to one..

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"michael cox" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He did it in the first half shot. That's coming straight at him. Yeah. Yeah. And he just like palms it and front of himself. If he does not again, we've got something going here. Remember that one? It was such a catchable. God. No. Let's be honest, Andrew if we were doing kind of George Jetsons Jetson of soccer. Remember that show of meet the Jetsons. Right. And they imagined how the future would be flying cars the whole bit teleportation all that in soccer. I never thought when I started watching. It will be the goalkeeper's. Don't catch the ball anymore on Rico is like the the absolute wild extreme of that. And he did it right in the second half. When we needed it most. How catchable was that? Yeah. Come on. He's got to do better on and then ends up following Monday. And Milner who's involved in. Slicing back the past that led it to the VDI header to Alison that led to the equalizer show such calmness to clip it down the Midland score the pen. Yeah, now Liverpool did get the win. But it was not all necessarily smooth sailing was not said Fulham are just flat out bad and Liverpool struggled to get those three points. Michael Cox wrote this after the game in comparing Liverpool's tunnel running right now with Manchester City's he says. Pep Guardiola cider superior taking the game to the opposition converting their possession dominance into outright goalscoring opportunities. Largely thanks to the likes of dabid Silva Bernardo Silva, and Kevin debris, Anna that remains the area. Where city have a distinct advantage over Liverpool. Liverpool might be winning without playing well, but city or winning while also playing well despite the old saying despite Liverpool returning to the top of this victory. It's city who looked better placed for the title. Your thoughts. I don't think that's too harsh. I can see point of view. I think there's a a qualitative difference between the recent shaky city which really only comes down to one..

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"michael cox" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"michael cox" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Thank you. Chicago. We're going to introduce our guests or have them introduce themselves and we begin with Michael Bauer. I have been involved in a number of charitable and political activities for many decades, I currently serve as the culture, the state of holocaust and genocide commission. I am the campaign chair for one of the bay oral care that it's in Chicago and. Question. You were appointed by governor Rauner physician he is no longer the governor. He is no longer the are you likely or would you like to be renominated to that commission? Hope that the governor will be appointed. And you've known him long time. I've known for a long time he came to my dad's funeral many years ago. Okay. Mike miller. Good evening. I'm an economist by training university of Pittsburgh nineteen eighty and I'm an associate professor of economics at depaul where I do a what is called applied. Macro look at the real world of fed policy and government policy, and my research is on of all things a tiny little country in the Middle East called brain. Okay. Very good flavor of questions for it. You need to call me. Qurban Ali g. Thanks for having me, Bruce. Former aide to Senator Paul Simon than an aide to Senator dick Durbin, I used to be a federal prosecutor for a number of years at the SEC in Chicago Kurland Commissioner at the Cook County board of review, and I'm the democratic state central committee men for the ninth congressional district. When did you work for Senator silent our from Paul from nine hundred ninety two to nineteen Ninety-six? And then I worked on congressman dick turbans race. And then when he won help set up the Chicago office, and then I went to law school. Okay. All right. And Geoffrey, Michael. Hell, yes. Part of the unofficial part of the Michael Cox. Thank you. I'm the club development share for the young Republican national federation that is a nationwide organization of young Republican chapters. I actually used to be the president of the Chicago chapter for about four years. But my goal is to grow the party out in different places. Why are chapters tend to be counties or very large cities? But Chicago and Atlanta both blue cities happen to be two of the largest why are chapters in the country boasts about three three fifty members and then trying to grow out in different areas. Or let's go to calls. Let's go to Kevin listening to us in Austin, Texas. I'd KLBJ. Nope. It sounds like he's not let's go to Brian in Roselle listening to us. The internet. Gentlemen. I'm a union electrician, I have democratic leanings. But I am no fan of Donald Trump. You're asking a lot of questions about what the Democrats want. The Democrats went on lockdown the panic vote. And when you listen to all the promises, they make they'll say, we're not for open borders. But yet Democrats will never say who they want to keep out of the country, and then one other quick comment all three major parties. So this debate both parties Republican and democrat, plus the mainstream media horrible on this issue because they always focused on the border when half the problem in overstays, right? We never talk about that. It's always the board of the board of the border half of them fly into the country overstay their visas. Nobody says anything about it. And nobody puts any pressure on the employers. Mature about that part of the problem. Well, that's what I said a couple of weeks ago, and I've said for a couple of years on this program unless you support to either either a fine unless you're willing to go in and have some raids and lock up some employers and have them carted off to jail. You're not serious about it. I'd like I'd like to see raids every night. But I'm sorry. I think Ryan's making a very important point about people coming into airport ports of entry. This has been a problem for many, many years democrat and Republican administrations and no one wants to tackle it. But his proposal yesterday. I believe part of the eight hundred and five million dollars would go for something widow. It's just it's just for technical inspection of vehicles at the southern border. I thought it was for four points of entry the number the number. I saw on those things just for points event. The I on on enforcement when you gave the number earlier. I wasn't sure if it was including this or not because I saw seven hundred eighty two million that was about new border agents and law enforcement. Yes. So that could include people at eventually right because see VP operates at more than just in the border. There's no doubt that his his numbers are right in terms of where a lot of the illegal immigrants come from. However, there's a concept and economics, which is called moral hazard in a moral hazard is created when you pass something that will actually lead the people behaving poorly instead of properly. So if you tell people in Honduras and other places that this border is now not going to be secure. We're not gonna put up a wall. We're not gonna make it harder for you. It is going to lead to many more people not fewer people. Yes. Coming north. Yes. That is going to be the crisis, and you say hundreds of miles through the disease that this is somehow. Okay. It is the moment you've set up that that moral hazard. We're going to pay the long-term. Would you also because part of what the president also talked about under the humanitarian. Yes, he did heading. He said that he wants to have offices in on Doris and in Guatemala where citizens you'll want to come to the United States or seek asylum. They can go there and do the paperwork. Yes. Now by doing that does that not also encourage more people to come because it's easier it is easier. So is that good or bad? I'm not sure. Here's one problem is I think many Americans believe that you are allowed to ask for asylum. Just because of where you live is terrible. Then we know that's not true. You have to be somehow, there's a credible incredible credible threat. And that's why people from Cuba, or whatever they were allowed to just come in people think that we allow economic refugees to come to this country. That is not true. Disaster. And Mike, and that's a good point too is and I'm first generation my dad came over from Italy. And he followed a process at the time to migrate over here. This conversation. A lotta times gets muddled because people separate don't separate refugees from emigrant. Absolutely. And it's a very different, and I will say right now too much point to about where the money's going in. We also need increased funding for immigration judges as well for those which which is part of the deal that it's been a part of a lot of deals, and when we opened up the government, we can work on a comprehensive immigration. Processing new show, Brian, and you and your present at a port of entry as a refugee problem. I have Bruce with your ideas, go down to a local US office in Honduras, or El Salvador, where they're trying to recruit your fifteen year old son to join a gang kill thumb family. Be down you go, you go present your paperwork, and then you go home to wait to see how the US government can process the paperwork, that's very different than what many of these refugees are doing the lead country in coming here because they can't stay in their town or village. Interesting. Very interesting because you say about your father, do you have no no bad feelings that these people are jumping the line your father went through with the right way. Who's as a Republican member asks for is that people come through the front door not through the back, right? But Mike, here's my problem with that is as Donald Trump change refugee policy and reduce the number of immigration. Judges ports of entry and created a problem. We did have a structure in an orderly process at worked until Donald Trump came down. Decade sooner. But just no no actually two years ago. Donald Trump changed the pulled immigration judges all ports of entry. So now, we have an enormous backlog of refugees, the very people that we can all agree and say, these people aren't a nightmare situation and a half to leave refugees are not refugees told on the way up the words x y and z you become a red. And if we had we had him on the process. Sometimes we're going to go back to Brian and just about, but but one other important number that is is referenced and that's the temporary temporary protected status. There's three hundred thousand that was the number given by the president yesterday. And these are people that want to come and work here because American industry needs them to come and work here and earlier last week before this all hit the fan. The president and gave an address to a group of farmers and the biggest applause line. And that was when he said, I wanna help you bring people in. It gives you need to have people work your fields. They I think he thought initially that you know, by by being tough on immigration. He somehow is going to get a big a big applause. He got the applause when he said, I'm going to make it easier for you to come in and work with people with TPS. So that seems to be is there anybody on the democratic side the would disagree with that. That sounds like a common sense PS was set up because covers six countries El Salvador, Nicaragua Haiti, the Sudan Syria and the Paul because either they had humanitarian crises or political crises so significant that the United States decided it was going to waive certain immigration restrictions and allow people to come in America. These people have been here for decades. No. Well, yes, they running temporaries in the name. They've been here for decades. Oh, yeah. Derry's temporaries in the name. They were supposed to go back. Now. Suddenly if somebody's been here for decades. Going back. We're going to go back to Brian. Oh, yeah. The last word go ahead. Brian. Well, you know tomorrow is MLK day, and he made his big I had a dream speech nineteen sixty three at that time till now the population of earth has doubled. And that's the issue. See we never addressed the issue of the growth of human population on the planet. We have we have another three point five billion people on earth since king made that speech and in the next fifty years, we're gonna gain another three billion people. So we have to talk about how many people can realistically move into the United States. What's the limit? What's the proper amount? And what are we gonna do about it instead of pretending like, well, you know workers? So we gotta let them in. That's great. Farmers pay all the social costs. How about the farmers paid a health care their medical care, the educational costs of their workers that they just have to have see we don't talk about. That isn't always we've got let him in for the employer. I think you're raising global Pablo not just a US problem because with things that.

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Baltimore cop suspended after viral video shows him punching, kicking man

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Baltimore cop suspended after viral video shows him punching, kicking man

"A Baltimore compass suspended after a viral video shows him repeatedly punching. A man and knocking him down police have not released details of, what led to the encounter but apparently one of the officers knew the man identified as Sean. Maguire, his friend, Terry Williams, was there You, know it was clean See that. This was definitely over aggressive the city's interim police Commissioner was deeply disturbed by the video of, that.

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