18 Burst results for "Michael Miller"

"michael miller" Discussed on The Current

The Current

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"michael miller" Discussed on The Current

"How do we revere. How do we ensure that such thing will never happen again with regard to first nations people but also other people in in our society other groups. I think it's just sort of heightened the awareness of You know the need to honor and to treasure the human dignity of each and every person and his or her culture does. Finally we talk a lot about reconciliation in this country. And you need truth to get to reconciliation. We are learning more about the truth certainly in the last week or so. What does reconciliation sh- reconciliation look like to you. I think true reconciliation will be when we can be with one another remembering painful past certainly from my point of view and are able to to move ahead in common projects looking to the future knowing that there is Pay through our painful memories that even forgiveness in a certain sense plays a part of that. Reconciliation will be when when together we can move forward without rancor with true repentance with mercy that to me would be a setting for for reconciliation. Never forgetting i don't believe we can erase or forget the past but we must not. We must also think that we can move to a future that we're not simply chained to the past the past conditions us but it doesn't determine us archbishop. I'm glad to have the chance to speak with you this morning. Thank you very much. Thank you very much matt..

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"michael miller" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"michael miller" Discussed on The Current

"Might be there unfunny archdiocese vancouver and those are the only archives to incan speak to. Where would those records be. I don't really know because they would be with certainly with the religious communities that ran the schools. But i think many of those are available. But i don't know the details of their archive will situation. While mercer and claire has said that the church should allow an independent mediator to go through records the church archives here and also in rome where he believes. Some some records are stored. Is that something that should happen. I'd be quite willing to have an independent person. Look through our records. That's that would be fine with me. I think that's often good. Why wouldn't the records be released. I think i don't know you'd have to. I think speak to the to those who might not have released their records. I mean the senate from some people is that if records aren't being disclosed it's as though there's something that does not want the people don't want disclose do you think that's fair to say that's probably fair to say or that. There might be reasons of of privacy. But i don't really know. Because i'm not in that situation that have records that are that haven't been made available. I guess just to go back to that initial question though. Is there anything that can be done to compel those who have not yet released records to ensure that those records are made available. I think certainly. I think the most records have been any compulsion would have to be. I believe would have to be legal. That legal steps taken that. The canadian government would need to take the church to court. It's not the church. It would be the specific entities or those who hold the archives. The church is a great big organization. It would have to be specific people but again there there. There are some suspicion again. Some of those archives are being held in rome. I think if that's true in the those who have this suspicions that know something. I approach the authorities and ask for the release of the documents. I am speaking to you at a moment of grave crisis. I'm jeff turner and this is recall. It's a series about history not the ancient.

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"michael miller" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"michael miller" Discussed on The Current

"From cbc park and the fifth estate brainwashed is a part investigation into the cia experiments in mind control from the cold war and m. k. Ultra to the so-called war on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen up or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. Usual sounds came out of catholic churches across.

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"michael miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"michael miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I met Duval in for Anna Devane Mantis. After the two o'clock news, A writer tells us why Gen. X is finally getting their due. Right now we're speaking with Professor Michael Miller of Economics at DePaul University. Professor Miller. The foreign aid that was in that bill is that just a matter of we got to get all these votes. Everybody wants her little bit. What's it gonna take to get your Yes, vote and we throw in a bunch of stuff. Why did that happen in the first place? Now that I think it is a political thing, and I'm not a politician, but I kind of want to believe I understand that in the process there's always given take and it's the only way that you're going to get the bill through. That has the items that you want. You're gonna have to agree to some of the things that the other side ones now you know that In this bill, there were two big pieces and each side gave in on one of their big pieces. The Republicans wanted to have protection for firms under covert and so forth that they couldn't be sued and that was not done. But at the same time, the Democrats they wanted money to go to the states to help them meet their bills, and the Republicans felt that this was This was money that was going on Lee to Democratic states that they think have mishandled their finances. So you had to really big pieces and both sides each gave up one of their one of these pieces. And I think what you have, that is the only way to get the bill through was to put through some of this pork or whatever you wanna call it. These these items that people think are very important for various countries and And so you know, that's that's the way laws made I I guess we could all hope there would be more pure than that. But we're being naive if we think that right and it wasn't just for any other countries, it was museums for the Smithsonian. It was horse racing in Kentucky for Senator McConnell. I mean, probably both sides had a lot of stuff in there. And while we might get really annoyed with that, in the end That's kind of I mean, listen. Pork is bad, but this is kind of how it needs to work. Both sides giving a little both sides taking a little everybody walking away. Little bit unhappy. I'm okay. Well, I would imagine we kind of need a little more of that to keep things moving, Or am I wrong in thinking that way? No. I think I think you're right. I we would all again we'd all hoped that that politics would be more pure. But that's just the nature of power. Right. Politics is the study of power and And the only way to get things done is to give and take and even in economics. One of the major centerpieces of the study of economics is the study of trade offs. And if what I want, I think is very important. I may have to trade off something else to get that. And so on a political standpoint, they're behaving as human beings to be given take to try to get through. In the end. What we think is a bill that pretty much addresses the problem we have with some parts that we don't really like. Fester. Miller, can I ask you to explain a little bit the unemployment benefits The extra unemployment benefit was $600 the first time around. I believe $300 this time around. I remember reading a lot from small business owners and others that They were having trouble bringing people back to work at the time because it was more beneficial for for some people to stay on unemployment. Is that a concern with this at all? Or is that a negligible number? Nothing. We should really be thinking about. Well, it certainly appears that the 300 is is going to be much less of a problem than the 600 was. I had seen that there is no doubt that if you pay me more money to stay home And then I would receive if I want to work, But I'm going to stay home because work is a negative and leisure is a positive, so it is a disincentive and so from an economic standpoint, it makes perfect sense that you would not want to do this. But I did see some research that people realize that these benefits were going to be temporary, and therefore they got to get out there and find work. So my understanding is the research shows that the effect on people not going back to work was quite negligible. And that certainly would be the case with the $300. Because you won't have people will not be paid more than they could make if they were going to work instead. So another piece that's important in the unemployment is that they extended the number of weeks that for which people can receive benefits that's normally 26 weeks, which is a half a year. And now it's 50 and this was done during the great recession to the point that unemployment compensation. It was extended to 100 weeks because things were just so bad people would have been left with nothing and no government support. No, no job, and this would have been disastrous for for these households. When you say the greater they are the great recession. We're talking about the 2000 and 2009 economic right right during that crisis, the normally you only get unemployment compensation is a portion of your lost income for a set period of time. 13 weeks or 26..

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"michael miller" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"michael miller" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Fox News. It's the latest when you need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa. Multiple states, digging out from an early winter dumping more than some areas had all of last winner. The year's first nor'easter dumps between 20 and 40 inches of snow from Boston to Philly and down towards D C. Making roadways treacherous and the lights go out. Like in New Jersey, there were reported blackouts across the state. With the bulk of those reports coming in from the shore areas Governor Phil Murphy over and Connecticut state troopers this morning were called out to 50 Car accidents. New York City's Central park at 10 inches of snow. As of this morning, cold weather is expected to continue for days, meaning all that snow won't melt away soon. Evan Brown Fox News in central Pennsylvania, a deadly pilot after two commercial vehicles and two passenger vehicles crashed, leading to lane closures and Mork crashes and that's happened on Interstate 80. Seminary reports indicate there were 66 total vehicles involved in state police Corporal Michael Miller says there were multiple injuries and three fatalities. A many exodus is reported from a movie set five staffers on the Mission. Impossible. Seven movie have reportedly quit just days after a profanity laced rant by Tom Cruise was leaked. The Sun newspaper obtained the audio and released it, which had crews parading crew members for apparently not following.

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"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"And then sort of data in this do you want to sort of summarize what they found it? Yes. So then then this gets again to that that whole issue we've been talking about of this so-called. Aside. Kind storm in the trick about. This illness is that it invades. So you're invading not only sells through these two receptor that a yeah. It's kind of a docking station. so that spike protein been get into the cells and then allow for viral replication, and then of course, you have to on top of that, we have our own. Immunity both innate immunity to kind of fight that are, but the virus likes to to wreak havoc on our vascular. So it's not only in muscle, but it's in the endothelium muscle cells. I should say respiratory cells in the vascular endothelium so we can get a significant inflammation. In the vessel wall so you can get not only information of muscle again, Formation Vascular. So you can get microdyne vascular enhance coagulation because once you invade the thalium. And the end of endothelial function is abnormal than errors release of. Of Basically A number of chemicals that can that can lead to apply the coagulation. platelet clumping in and. COAGULATION is a problem that we're seeing with this virus that we haven't seen with others in the sense that patients are developing early Claxton. You could check the diamond early on that's been. An ongoing issue in an N. effect? What then happens is you have to treat the patient with Anti coagulant therapy to draw. A, which was not done early on patients were having severe clotting issues in pulmonary embolism. And a whole host of complicating factors that. In many cases led to prolonged. Death. and. So one of the issues here is that this virus like no other could wreak havoc in so many different ways. that. You really have to keep your guard up at all times and and that will parley even after we get a vaccine show, we cover this. But a vaccine enough. itself is not going to do the trick at least not in the early stages. Yeah. And you know as you know, the FDA target that the announced was fifty percent. If you could save for the vaccine. And I think the typical flu vaccine speak get a via is more like sixty, five, seventy.

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"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Had known there was a covert case, but in wedding, there was a person who is a symptomatic and passed it on to an I guess another fifty or so people and and that seven people died and. And just it's spreading like wildfire in in those regions so. I think. What we appreciate is that if you this is so it's so basic. We knew it's so basic that we knew about one hundred years ago. In Spanish flu epidemic comeback in a in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred, nineteen, thousand back. Then if you're wearing a mask and you're socially distant vincent distancing the likelihood is extremely low of. Getting the virus and if you do happen to get the virus. Then, it's more likely to be much less. Complicated from the standpoint of hopefully not requiring hospitalization. So forth. Yeah, yeah I was. Having a having taught experiment you. Know multiple. US clean. So the same via association, right? It could be potentially correct. And you look at the overall population The whitest needs the host to be alive so that the host can plan Smith waters. and. So if you look at, you know the it seems to be deadly to those who are not mobile and and not transmitting. At. It seems to be very mild to those going around the super spiders and entered to transmit to anybody. But and you listen to some of my colleagues. So all my colleagues in the medical profession, all of us health professionals. Know how important it is to wear masks there's no question, rhubarb redfield the CDC. Is a colleague of mine he was at University of Maryland before coming to the CDC. Tony Fao she. Fil. At Stanford I mean all of these guys yes. We all all the same mindset. If you wear a mask and you're standing six feet apart from someone. Likelihood of getting this virus, both of you wear masks is extremely low, extremely low. And it's only really when you're an especially if you're an enclosed quarters in n not following these rules you would. You run into two concerns I. Tell my kids would you go? Would you go into an enclosed area? If you knew, there was a poison that you couldn't detect carbon monoxide. Would you take that chance? Sense annoyed we're a mask. It's very analogous rate it just that it's not. It's not position that and and obviously there's lots of confusion as you know in the airwaves. And so for the public, we internalize that the real risk of what is being done has become almost impossible. Yes. It's become very when you're getting mixed messages. It is very difficult except again, we keep coming back to two words two words that I learned many years ago for my grandfather and it's commonsense. A. Doubt that never fails. I I wanted to touch on another article Mike this Jama. Article. Myo. Cod ideas has a chronic effect. They have a prospect he loves racial Cohort Study of one hundred patients..

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"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Yet. So there's a paper This is settling your colleagues from Johns Hopkins The tackles Shoebox Syndrome in the setting of Cobra nineteen. And the paper talks about the fifty eight year. Old Woman was admitted with symptoms of. COVID. Subsequently given up mixed shock. and An echocardiogram showed findings typical of stress or tax oboe cardiomyopathy. And over the next few days, left ventricular function improves supporting Komo civility acute stress cardiomyopathy. So so this is more than acute issue again seems like by equity. Inspection. Right. Yes. So this is interesting because it there had been a few cases that have now been reportedly the Hopkins case was the first. And the way we understand is so cold broken heart. It's it's known as Takasu Bo a cardiomyopathy because the original description was in. Japan. I CA- Tubo. is named for a Japanese octopus fishing trap. Throw. And what happens is there's unusual There's an unusual pattern of a contraction of the heart and so what happens is It looks. There's a bulging blue like shape during ventricular contraction. The the basis for Takasu, bone is due to an outpouring of catecholamines like adrenaline or. That that basically spends the heart. and. The, the classic description was in relationship to severe emotional distress are unexpected death of a loved one, and so we believe talk it's Suppo here may in this particular case, the patient did have. Of Of having COVID. There have been other cases of Takasu bow that had been a now reported even in the. Of Vert. COVID positively. But based upon severe stress that they've experienced that could be personal stress financial hardship a death of a loved one again because we've lost so many people in this in this pandemic so. Either event, we would place taxable cardiomyopathy one of the potential complications of covert even if it's not direct certainly as an indirect. A potential. Problem. He'll create a diabetic cardiomyopathy that is again a essentially Ashok Hog. That it just cannot. Deal with right? Yes and so. So then you have Cohen and let's see KS one of the complications here is that you know the typically intervention you might ambition for something like this is now has to be mediated in the presence of covert I would imagine Yeah. Yes. So..

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"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Tacky Claudia Single porch. And the condition is a puzzling dysfunction of the and the nervous system. MESSES with clubs abroad these regulates in monetary functions including Paul's. And in the article, they save parts known affect approximately half a million people just in the US. typically young women. but now after Kobe Levy fit and healthy women of all ages. Cool. Have had thanking showing up a doctor's officers complaining of. Racing cards. you want to talk a bit about and I know that you're going to get into a more CBD's us as go go through it. but specifically related to ports and what's happening in that arena. Shergill I'm so so as it's turning out the more we we learn about a covert the move we appreciate how unusual this viruses, how unpredictable it is and I'm sure we'll talk more about the various heart or cardiac manifestations. But in this particular case, this is a highly unusual because I this is an automatic. This OUGHTA Know Mia. So it's an abnormal function on onomic nervous system. That I, it's quite unusual. Now, we have patients that have pot and as you point out. In this condition often in young women. They basically win. They're standing were pooling blood in lower portion of the body. And so blood is directed if you will away from the the body, the brain. And along of these individuals, stand along they experience. lightheadedness is a rapid change in pulse rate. Pulse. Rate will increase by about thirty to forty beats per minute when standing for more than ten minutes. Under normal conditions you stand your pulse rate might go up five plus beats give or take depending. Of course how well hydrated you are at Cetera. What these individuals that pulse rate? Goes, up dramatically. They could experience a whole range of symptoms that include. Things such as dizziness, lightheadedness, fatigue, poor concentration, a premature beaten. So forth up, but it's so unusual book is a we don't see this with other viruses and like what we're what we're appreciating with this virus, how how on unusual? It is a compared to the typical of viruses that. Whether it's flu virus or other viruses that have come along. I this patient falls into that group that we're calling long haulers work. We mean by that is that there seems to be an emerging group of patients who after they've experienced coded so now..

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"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"michael miller" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"You have an opportunity to travel to Israel if you decide you are traveling then then we we're not going to give you your Our our endorsements needs pledge not to travel to Israel no other country in the world countries that have a horrible human rights violations. there. Go the Israel, a democratic and Jewish state. You can't do that, and the second question is, do you support the boycott divestment and sanctions movement which is calling for the dissolution, the destruction of the state of Israel, and if you don't why So those are the the the to foreign policy questions that they have both focused on the the state of Israel. In both sharply offensive to us and truly specs of anti-semitism. By the way back. You know I am a registered Republican now registered liberal because I ran as a Republican liberal for mayor and I'm pro gay rights and I'm pro. Pro You know I'm a New Yorker I love people and I said to these last two lawmakers. Were of the bus and faith in I. I have nothing against the Muslim faith and I said to them. Well, you know you believe in gay rights and your gay, and how do you feel about the people in the Middle East taking gays and throwing them off roofs and killing them. I said I don't mind embracing Muslims. But you you as a Muslim you should. You should say that you are. against them killing gays in the Middle East, and they won't do it a back off from me and they stopped. Talking to me to stop the tacking meek because I guess they didn't want me saying that in public. But. But ever since then we care under President Obama. Four hundred thousand Christians died in the Middle East. A lot of gays died the Middle East under president trump. Right now. It's nothing like that. What say you? Know what I say is he on a different angle, which is that the state of Israel is very friendly to the gay community and In fact, I think it was American Airlines said that Tel Aviv. Was the most gay friendly In in the world of all the different cities that that they that they travel to. So what you're speaking of is exactly the opposite of what Israel is and yet Israel is the one that the essay is is targeting to bar city council members from from traveling there It's just outrageous just truly truly out outrageous and We have issued a statement calling it despicable and and relating it to anti-semitism and and it really is just utterly reprehensible in this day and age that there is a political movement in in America. Which? is so hateful. are a lot of the. Jewish people going to the Democratic convention or having calling the people going to Democrat Convention and trying to tell them to do what's right. Yeah. We have worked with. Multiples of constituencies in our Jewish community to communicate the messages that needs to be communicated particularly about Israel and the importance and centrality of ensuring that the United States, of America continues to be as friendly as possible to the state of Israel which has been under a attack has been threatened surly today as you well know many people on your show I've talked about it regarding the threat from Iran which is one of the reasons why this relationship between Israel and the United Arab ever it is so important. UAE is in close proximity to Iran and Iraq is threatening to to throw out all the The kings.

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"michael miller" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"What does it mean with us? This morning is Michael Miller executive vice president, and CEO of the Jewish community relations. Council one of the largest Jewish. Consuls an country. Good morning my Camilla, how are you this morning? I'm doing terrific yourself. John I am well the sun's Shining. My family's healthy with us to we asked for. Absolutely to hear. Phyllis in. The deal that Israel? Bay? Were, do United Arab Emirates. Tell us about it. What does it mean? Does it mean we're bringing? Things together in the Middle East there is a possibility that that's going to be happening. This is this is historic, the establishing of diplomatic relations between Israel, and not a neighboring state meaning Egypt and Jordan and but a country in in in the in the golf the United Arab Emirates quite a distance from Israel means that this did relationships between Israel which has been isolated for the past the seventy plus years from the Arab world except for Jordan and Egypt that this is potentially an opening to a partnership between Israel and multiples of Arab. States which would benefit not only of the small. State of Israel but would benefit the the Arab world and benefit the world as a whole and hopefully bring pri peace into the Middle East which hasn't seen piece in years. I thought it was wonderful news I mean the only obstacle we have right now in the Middle East is to see what Ertegun is can do and I don't think anybody really knows what he's going to do. That's true. there is is a unique figure as sort of in the Middle East. He's on the the cusp of the Middle East and Turkey but and his influence is certainly felt in Syria is influence. Is felt in in the Gaza Strip. So if there's a potential for Israel to establish diplomatic relations with non only in the UAE but multiples of Arab states, I, think that would isolate or on even more. Now, let's talk about what's going on and on. City and our country. And I don't understand. I was a Clinton Democrat mean I think you work to? What's happening the Democratic Party? It seems like All of a sudden is a lot of anti-semitism and I just can't believe what's going on. It's like a a bad nightmare. I'm more or less relegated it to the essay to the Democratic Socialists of America and those Democrats who identify. With with the essay and the essay doesn't seem to me and I've been looking at politics as you have for a very, very long time. Much of structure to it. But the problem is that here in New York of the one of the CO chairs of of the essay was asked the question as to whether this person would acknowledge the existence of the state of Israel and this individual refused to do that, and how do you as the CO chair of a of a part of a democratic, that democratic as much a over the small of a political party ninety dollars the very existence of a state of a state of Israel which has a seat at the United Nations mean to me that that's outrageous and As you know, there's this questionnaire. This is circulating to New York City Council. Candidates so there. Two questions in their foreign policy section. One of them is, do you pledge not to travel to Israel if elected the city council and solidarity with Palestinians living under occupation? Essentially, what they're saying to the candidate is that if you get elected to the city council and.

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"michael miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Months. You owe $4000. The next time you make the payment for three years, I thought they were putting that 3000 on the back end of the loan that you didn't know it. But that is another way. That depends upon if you re negotiate with your bank, So there are those who are doing that others all they're doing is allowing you to with to not make the payment currently banks, banks or people, and I just don't understand the logic. I'm a person that that doesn't make any sense. Yeah, I hear you. I hear you. Exactly. There's no reason why that could not be put on at the end of saying with the student loans and and I think, especially when this trouble was not really the fault of the people of something they did. The government made a decision, too. To make us all stay home and stop working and so forth, And I think that the arrangements have to be made for people to survive such a something we could not have planned for. I mean, it's just this is not something you could plant form out of time, but that I think it's such a telling point. Michael, that is People are not working through no fault of their own the disease and showing them down. The government said. You have to stop working. I think the whole obligation equation changes completely under those circumstances. Absolutely I I fall on the conservative side of things, and normally I don't like major government intervention. But when the government is the reason Like your life has been disrupted. I think the government owes to us to a sense. Compensate us for the policy decision that they made. Michael Miller's An associate professor of economics is T'pol. We're calling you again, Michael. Thanks for your time today. Anytime, John. Take care. It's 12 17 on W g N and back to you, Steve Bertrand. Nice day today. Partly sunny, high around 80 degrees Low sixties tonight And then tomorrow. Ah lot like today checking the current conditions. Right now. The 78 degrees at O'Hare and Midway, the lakefront temperature is 72. As for the conditions on Wall Street, not so much to the Dow is up 20 to the NASDAQ up 33 the S and P 500 up a couple. On the up on side of the Kennedy Watch for an accident.

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"michael miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Go all the way until one o'clock then and a dove Lantus will join. You got a lot of things to say and do to make your life just a little bit better. Not sure if Michael Miller is going to be able to do that for us right now. He's our first guest and a associate professor of economics it to Paul Universities. We start the show looking at some big picture issues, Then we'll drill down into something. Specifics about your world in your money, Mike. Thanks for joining us your on again. How are you today? Oh, I'm doing fine. How about you, John? Pretty good. I understand. You have your eye on the ST Louis fed a little bit. Can you talk to me a little bit about what you're seeing there? Well, the same was said is a great source. I think their president James Dollar is very insightful guy, and he understands the economy as well as anybody. And of course, they're looking at things like death situations for households and And first time claims, unemployment insurance and TDP outlook going forward, and then it's a good news. Bad news situation. Of course, things are definitely improving. But when you look deep into the numbers, you realize how far down we still are compared to where we were when the pandemic started. Can you explain that to me? How? How bad is it? Well, I'll tell you today because the first time claims for unemployment insurance, which was it was down in the lowest level since the pandemic began at 1.186 million, And so the fact that it's down is great. The four week moving averages down and that's great. The amount of fell is more than half a 1,000,000 is more than the normal number we had before the pandemic began in terms of first time claims. Here's the Here's the rub. When you look at how many people are still continuing Leon unemployment compensation that 16.1 million, which is 10 times the number That we had in February and March, right before this all began. Forever For every one person who was on unemployment comp before this all began. We now have 10 and That just shows how deep this whole still is that we have. We have a long way to go instead of 1.2 million claims new claims in a week what we were having before it was like 230,000. And so it's just that, like I say, good news, Bad news, removing in the right direction. But we're still way deep in the hole, and we're adding new people. First timers every week or month, right? That's right. And what you haven't got a lot of churn in the business in the American labor market, much more than you'd see in other countries because we are much more free to hire and fire have been. Most countries allow their labor markets to behave. But you are finding people who go backto work. And then it turns out that the customers aren't showing up and they have to then go back and reclaim the Unemployment comp and we're seeing businesses that they thought they could make it on DH there not going to make it They're going to fail. And so now on that we are people are finding jobs faster than they are losing them. But we still have a lot of lives, which greatly disrupted by all of them. All of what's going on here. Michael, do you have an opinion about the $600 bonus that came up on the show again today? It does almost every day and people around. I'm sure it does. Yeah, I I saw something interesting. I was One thing I do for a living. I get all kinds of emails from all kinds of places to research on the economy. Uh, it turns out that in a normal recession when people go into unemployment compensation Spending of their household declined by about 7%. And unemployment compensation, of course, makes that decline, much less than it would be. Without the compensation. It would decline much greater. But during this pandemic period with this $600 additional Spending by households on unemployment has actually risen by 10%. So you know, as an economist, I always worry about incentives and what we're seeing here is that in some cases, people are being paid more to stay home. Then they got in their paycheck when they were actually working. And you know, there's there's kind of a fairness question. They're the people who remain employed. They look at people who are staying home and they're getting more money can buy more things just by being unemployed, So I think there's kind of an equity question, however. We do need those people spending that money. So the idea of my my preference is that they target the money much more closely to those who need it, and that they slowly remove that additional 600 maybe started for 100 than tree than to Over the next couple of months, and then people could begin to adjust their behavior and their household spending to match what income they have coming in. Terry Savage is up on with us the other day, and she said, Don't worry about your credit report or your credit rating. And what's your insight into that? Yeah, We're seeing that all of things regarding creditor kind of on hold. We're seeing new data. If you look a TTE household indebtedness, there's talk about good news and bad news. People are going much less into debt. The growth of debt has stalled. Almost zero. A lot of people have gone into for parents on their mortgages, which allows them to keep their house and that's good because they're getting through Rough times Student loans air going into four parents, which allows the students who may not be working, too. Tio not get further behind in terms of what they owe. But the big issue is, of course, that money still has to be paid back. So, for example, with forbearance in in mortgages, if you get your parents for, say, three months when that three months is up, you owe all three months at one time, so If you were supposed to pay, say $1000 a month and you've done that not done it for three.

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"michael miller" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on WTOP

"Superintendent Jack Smith says there has not been any zoom bombing because of the security features they're using including a default waiting room for teachers so everybody waits to come in and then the teacher can see if the students trying to come in as a student the belongs to that class or hacker out there in the digital universe teachers also have control over the muting function the teacher has to give me the ability to talk to my whole class or demonstrate something or show something Michelle Basch WTOP news staying with Montgomery County flags are at half staff to mark the death of a county employee who lost his life to covert nineteen Montgomery county executive Marc Elrich announced the news in a recorded statement I'm saddened to announce the first county employee there through the cove in nineteen sixty year old Michael Miller worked at the Silver Spring ride on bus depot is a motor pool attendant he was a department of transportation employee Miller lived in prince George's county and Eldridge said he made the announcement after talking to Miller's family Miller is survived by a wife and two adult children county flags are being lowered to half staff at L. riches direction Kate Ryan WTOP news coming up after traffic and weather all talk to the head of Montgomery county's crisis center about the type of calls are getting lately because of the stress of this pandemic eleven oh six and now the small business buzz package by the UPS store many small businesses aren't fully using all the data their websites and social media are capturing about customers sales trends in the competition large companies figured out data analytics many years ago according to the international data group the amount of data small businesses are collecting will grow by fifty percent in the next year there are a myriad of inexpensive data analytic platforms that can help even mom and pop shops make that data actionable I'm Jeff label the U. P. S. store we want you to know our doors are open and we're ready to help you any way we can the UPS store is in the central business that will be open for every in your line and ask for whether that's printing.

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"michael miller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Michael Miller CEO the Jewish community council of New York police say there were over twenty five thousand attending five people were killed at least sixty injured on the Pennsylvania Turnpike is to Pittsburgh and a chain reaction accident this morning Burke market many of our series on companies to watch in the year ahead solution brand company that sells the most popular imported beers in the US hello and the road was one game day rule that will never change lives in corona and wine to go see your credit analyst at Bloomberg intelligence says that constellation beer sales are expected to grow about seven to nine percent in two thousand twenty well domestic beer makers will be lucky if they see any sales growth at all constellations also looking to cannabis for growth opportunities by March it expects to sell more than a billion dollars in low profit wine and spirits brands that's money that could be spent on expanding its investment in cannabis consolation owns almost thirty seven percent of Kennedy growth in December a consolation executive became the pot companies CEO which raises the odds consolation will some day own it all consolation brands one of Bloomberg businessweek's companies to watch in twenty twenty Tracy junkie Bloomberg radio foxsports studios in Los Angeles yes to the line of scrimmage more selection American this is the Seahawks radio network they get things done so far in the first half up by a score ten to three cars so once it's been not to this ball games so far what people are call on as a head injury no word yet on the status moving for but the team listen right now as questionable to return Minnesota advances they won in overtime today beating the New Orleans Saints twenty six to twenty in overtime Kirk cousins the winning touchdown Pascal was informed chasing gear and he is now.

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00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Solidarity march against anti-Semitism, acts of hate

"They marched across the Brooklyn Bridge with signs reading no hate no fear Michael Miller is head of the Jewish community relations council we've had enough of being preyed upon with anti semitic attacks on the rise aerial say pouches afraid for her family everyone in America should be able to live not fear to go to synagogue governor Andrew Cuomo wants a domestic terrorism law these are terrorists and should be punished for a start and he's making an additional forty five billion available to non public schools and religious institutions for security Julie Walker New York

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"michael miller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"michael miller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Rich Thomasson after a brutal day yesterday. Looks like Wall Street could make some gains at this morning's opening bell stock futures higher the market looking to recover following the massive sell-off prompted by fears of an extended trade war with China. President Trump says he expects Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is recent trip to China you produce some positive results. He just got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful. Even though the escalating trade war has Ronald financial markets worldwide. The president believes the tariffs are actually good for the US economy. A California jury has awarded a couple two billion dollars ruling that alva- and Albert affiliate got cancer from the week killer roundup. Michael Miller topples lawyer got on hot since two thousand eleven it kept spraying because they didn't know. No, why Berchtesgaden on Hobbes's lymphoma brain in two thousand fifteen got it again in two thousand sixteen wasn't until sadly, they saw lawyers ad. They realized there was a connection between roundup non-hodgkin's lymphoma Monsanto's, parent company bear says it will appeal the jury's award house. Democrats this week hurting their attention to healthcare includes a package of seven bills erected at trying to reverse some of the steps that have been. Taken to undermine America's Americans access to affordable quality health care would among other things ban. So called Junkin shirts plans and speed up the process of bringing generic drugs to the marketplace. They should pass the democrat controlled house but face almost no chance of success in the Senate. That's Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes on Wall Street. Dow futures up one hundred twenty nine points s and p futures better by seventeen NASDAQ futures up sixty three points. More on these stories at townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain. Many of you might be skeptical.

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