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Coronavirus: impact on the retail industry
"That the prospects of relief package are now officially zero President Trump said today on the stump that there will be one a package that is after the election. Td On that, depending on how things turn out. But with the virus set to have its way. Once again with this economy, as case numbers rise, there is real damage being done are chosen example of which today is retail more virus means less shopping and eating out. In stores and restaurants can't pay their rent, which means landlords can't pay their mortgages, which means eventually they default case in point the mall owner Pennsylvania. Investment Trust, which is disclosed. It's gotten a loan default notice from one of its lenders. The company says it is working out a deal, but it also says bankruptcy is an option marketplace's Merrill Sarah explains what happens next When it gets to the point where a mall owner can't make its loan payments or has to contemplate bankruptcy the domino's just keep falling from there. David our back is an institutional trader with World Equity Group. Everybody loses out the banks that lent it money. Also the company's investors and the other businesses and people it owes money to for a mall owner that'd be utilities water gas electricity internal employees for PENRICO maintenance guys at the various mall properties. They could all take a hit in bankruptcy filing and that's not even the only chain of dominoes that's been set off here. Malls are one. Of the biggest sources of tax revenue for a lot of towns. So in sales dry up, potentially the community is impacted because now a mall is in generating nearly as much sales tax revenue as it used to produce. That's Dan Sheridan at the Hoffman Strategy Group. When a town gets less tax revenue, it might not be able to hire as many people or clean. The streets is often Joe Minarik the Conference Board says a stimulus package could help. We expect that some form of stimulus support can keep some of these dominoes from falling. For instance, if the federal government allocates more funds for small business loans that could prop up stores and restaurants helping them pay rent until the pandemic has over a stimulus plan would also give consumers more money to spend but that might not actually help malls. A lot of people are staying home because they don't feel safe if you give them cash, that is not necessarily gonNA, send them out to the mall. Again, another reminder the virus is in control of the economy.
Giuliani shown in hotel bedroom scene in new ‘Borat’ film
"Back. I hope quantum never thiss vials. All the Democrats general trap. First time comedian Sasha Baron Cohen's mock You. Minarik catches President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. In a rather compromising situation. ABC is Jason Nathan's and joining us on the coma News line. The film comes out Friday as Prince Worthy as it sounds, Jason. Yeah, I mean, if you're familiar with the board at movies in the Bruno movies and all the stuff that Sasha Baron Cohen does. This is very much along those lines and the scene. That's making headlines today involving Rudy Giuliani, which I can explain, but I'll have to give some spoilers if that's okay. I guess people can plug their ears if they don't want to hear it. How's that starting now? So the scene involves Rudy Giuliani in a hotel room with a reporter who is not actually a reporter, one of Sasha Baron Cohen's people, and she in the movie is actually his daughter, who is supposed to be 15. But the actress herself this 24? Yes, she's interviewing Rudy Giuliani. She looks like a you know, a 24 year old journalist. She doesn't Looks like she's 15 at all one. It's amazing that she's able to get an interview in her hotel room alone with Rudy Giuliani during Cove. It that's pretty incredible speaks to the testament of how good Sasha Baron Cohen and his people are being able to set stuff up like that. But during the interview part and it's part of the movie, she's flirting with him a lot. She's touching his knee. She's being very suggestive. That's all part of the thing. And then at the end of the interview, they get together. They're drinking Scotch by the way during the interview, and she says, Let's finish our drinks in the bedroom to which you go. Okay, and they go in the bedroom, and there's you know, there were there were cameras set up in the living room. But there are no cameras in the bedroom except for a hidden camera and they're helping each other, take their microphones off. So he helped her take her mike off and then his microphone is kind of tucked into his shirt and so in order to get it Now she has to unbuckle his pants, and at one point, he kind of leans back on the bed with his pants on buckled, and then he starts to tuck in his shirt. So it looks like his hands in his pants. And he's in this hotel room with this woman, And then Borat kind of bursts in and craziness ensues. And if you remember a couple months ago, Rudy Giuliani actually called the cops. On Sasha Baron Cohen for that, because he didn't know what was going on. But this footage that you see, and it's getting a lot of headlines today. And I think one headline from the Daily Mail said that Giuliani is fondling himself inside his pants, which is clearly not the case. He's talking his shirt back into his pants. But it's not a good look really for him. For somebody who's the senior advisor to the president to be in a hotel room with a woman like that, with his pants on buckled and drinking Scotch, and he's touching her on the hip. Very suggestively and playfully and says that she should give him her phone number and her address and things like that. It doesn't look great, but there's nothing illegal or necessarily inappropriate going on. There's even a scene with Mike Pence in this movie. Yeah, there is a barren Colin actually goes with CPAC conference. He's in there dressed up as President Trump and he's running around with this girl who is supposed to be his daughter over his shoulder. He's trying to give her as a peace offering from In Kazakhstan to Mike Pence. He wants to give Mike Pence his daughter, his only daughter, and that's part of the whole big, so he's right. Actually, he's running around as my pencil speaking on the stage gets in, and he makes a commotion, and then you get escorted out by a lot of people. So it's It's definitely Sasha Baron Cohen getting himself into those situations that we've seen him do before, which could be uncomfortable but also very, very funny. And also, there's a lot of social and political messages going on kind of trying to get to the heart of A lot of people's racism and prejudice and things like that, In a very funny way. Available for streaming Friday on Amazon Prime A bee sees
"minarik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"NPR that starts tonight at nine on double U. N. Y. C. you just heard, And as has been the case for a number of months now it has been quite the run on Wall Street. The broad S and P 500 index. Another record today. But as we have also told you again for a couple of months now. Tens of millions of Americans have been laid off or furloughed or just squeaking by Not to get all the Kensi in on you here, but there is a little bit of the best of times the worst of times going on largely because as marketplaces, Scott's on reports The stock market is increasingly becoming the province of the very wealthy. Four decades ago. The wealthiest 10% of Americans own 67% of the stocks and mutual funds on the market. Now they own 87%, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of ST Louis. Economist Edward Wolf in you says a big reason many middle class families have been left out is their money is locked up in their homes. Since middle class incomes have been pretty stagnant over the last 20 years or so. Once people pay for their home, they don't really have much money left by other assets. There have been efforts to broaden stock ownership say through 401 K accounts at work. Still, the mountain money invested are so pretty small. This divide in stock ownership is widen. Since the great recession during market drops, the wealthy have stayed in while many others have sold. Class folks bail out because they can't afford the volatility, which makes it hard to sleep at night, says finance professor Joseph Bonaparte at the University of Colorado. Denver, His example. Is himself in March, when the market was falling apart. I had to go in a different bid and sleep. Two o'clock I wake up sweating on cold stock market volatility. It's not easy at times of bull market can help everyone companies make money and create jobs. But in this pandemic, many lower income earners say in retail can't go into work because it's closed while higher salary workers work from home and keep investing, says Joseph Minarik. His economist at the Committee on Economic Development of the Conference board. At this moment, there's a substantial dissonance and a painful dissonance between what's going on in the stock market and what's going on on Main Street. By the way In the last 30 years, the stock market has grown faster than the economy. I'm Scott Tongue for market place. You live in Los Angeles or someplace meteorologically. Similar nice weather.
"minarik" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"The segment of the program is brought brought to you by the letter t which stands for trillions which is an amount in dollars that you have to use to describe the federal budget deficit the the Treasury Department said this week that for the first eleven months of this fiscal year that is from one October two thousand eighteen to thirty September two thousand nineteen the the government spent a trillion dollars more than it took in the last time the country saw this much annual red ink was two thousand twelve when the financial crisis and great recession were much bigger in the rear view mirror a time win. John has deficits made some sense now not quite as much sense as marketplace's Scott Tong reports from Washington. If if you look at chart of the federal budget deficit over the past decade it starts up over a trillion dollars in two thousand nine. It's way down in two thousand fifteen and comes back up shaped. Ah You as in uh-huh because most economists say that in an expanding economy like the one we have now the deficit is going the wrong way. Harvard budget scholar Collar Linda billeness what we should be doing at a time when the economy is doing reasonably well is to be paying down on our debts and reducing the deficit people in companies making good money should be paying lots and taxes but they're not she says because of the trump tax cuts two years ago. Oh and when twenty twelve a trillion dollar deficit made more sense argues Zach Molar at the third way think tank we clung out of the great recession and government spending naturally actually rose you have more people that are able to go onto food. Assistance and other anti-poverty programs plus a massive stimulus package pige and then on the tax side. If people make less money they pay less in taxes. That would likely happen again whenever the next recession hits hiking the deficit further north author trillion. Can it go up. Forever depends a lot of economics. His psychology economist Joe Minarik at the Conference Board's Committee on Economic Development says hitting a trillion dollars is an important milestone that will test Wall Street's reaction. If the financial markets begin to think there's a risk to the federal government being able to manage its debt bun and stock markets can be adversely affected as in higher borrowing rates slumping stocks and an economic slowdown. I'm Scott Tong for marketplace.
"minarik" Discussed on Racing Post
"As four to one hero heroes ninety two kinks zaid's. Jack's jack's point is aids junius brutus. Tanzania's twelve <unk> divy d. show go to go. I i looked victory days very solid and could just be a lot pattern these that was a great role new york last time but when i taught was overpriced and way overpriced cruising lord who was a little bit disappointing last time at ascot but if you go it's only three star to go since the cruise lord was just beaten by curious and enlisted sprint. That's on them and in the context of this race. I think that's quite good farm. If there is rain i don't think that's going to bother to cruise dog because that they attended integrated with self so the more rains the moore's chance improves and you'll body and plus. It has his name again again. Phillip mena wreck is that his name is name actually philip minarik at germany german. Yes that's konishi nine nine. Doesn't it muffling belgium might be. I looked up as we kapadia page on. It says i'm says he says he's german. Women champions fair enough yeah but you could still be so yeah. It could be belgian just 'cause he's. The german champion doesn't mean he's definitely german. Does it darren who's your liking in the four o'clock. I taught this renaissance straightforward could end up being the stakes are burleigh. Bears <unk> stark speaking thought victory day here was absolutely rock-solid where tuned to one. I think this is big fight there. I recommend snap that'll off off-balance shorter absolutely monster on that he did literally everything but when i think jamie sponsor make amends and expected and g he wrote were you see victory was second beyond my oh three commission your close time so it's kinda hard to get away from him but i am going to because i don't really like the pri- so one short enough for me. I thought that magical wish was interesting. That was i in that race beyond recommissioned victory database go back and watch it on the video <hes> finish stronger absolutely flow heim and your speech wreck and ask always stamina tracks so he's is going to be coming into play here and he's being running over a seven furlong since i think he ran galway on over seven and that's a stiff seven as well. I think a stiff six or so in well. I have to again sadly after mentioned the reserve you see me. It was also fifth in that race. I do think that race might be the key oviously and that one was one that stayed on really well and if you seen he gets in a double feature proc- lovely world done for the shergar cup. Let's do the rest of the i._t. For action next so does any tree bet that that my horse has to do part of the race in reverse. Everyone loves a newbie. That's why poti power games are getting all new customers. Sixty free spins on daily jackpot games <music> games customers only one per customer jesus. He's applying to become welcome back.
"minarik" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Voter suppression, excuse me, even before Trump. You say was a hero some game and pose. But it's gotten so much worse under Donald Trump for the reasons you're articulating and more. I have in my book, as you know, a list of what I call the autocrats twelve step program. What do you do when you really wanna turn a democracy into an autocracy and you start with the media and you condemn? On them, as enemies of the people, and you try to de-legitimize them, and gradually road, their freedom and their independence. Then you go after the courts and you try and hyper politicized them. Then you go after civil society, you, demonize the opposition and you just keep working you try to row, the integrity of the, of the professional bureaucracy and the intelligence agencies mistake, and it's politicize demonize and aggrandize executive power. And when you look at the list, it is worrisome, that the current president of the United States is doing a number of these things now are checks, and balances are stronger than in Poland or Hungary, but how strong will they be if we don't they when you've got subpoena power from the house of representatives in not being as being defied. I think we need to recognize Michael our democracies being test. Sted now. And we cannot be complacent about it. Complacency is, maybe the biggest enemy and you go into arguments about what needs to be done for democracy to be vital into to be reinforced, and revamped the United States. You talk about stopping voter suppression. You talk about enforcing the Voting Rights Act. Talk about ending gerrymandering almost sounds forgive me, like a wishlist, and you have to get these things through and have the political will in the bite to get them through. But the thing that you put as a centerpiece in this as ranked choice voting and that kind of surprise me in some ways, because despite Maine, which has had some success with ranked choice voting. It's been a lot of complaints about it. Just locally in Oakland and San Francisco, for example. Well, we can come back to the other elements. Let's just talk about rain choice because that's part of the kind of master plan of understand. So I let me say about Oakland, you know, the first time it was used in a mayoral election. Residents in Oakland felt it was kind of quirky and didn't produce a very good ineffective result. I think people in Oakland would have a different attitude. Now, I don't hear a lot of complaints made. You're living in San Francisco. Maybe you do, but, you know there was a three way contest, and San Francisco, I'd say a pretty admirable, individual London breed emerged as the mayor by winning a majority of the vote in the instant runoff that ranked choice voting produces. And think about the logic of ranked choice voting, which I actually think is more powerful when you rise up above the municipal level, which is not generally part. Physician election in most cities in the United States to the level of state legislature, governor, even president of the United States when you can rank your candidates, one two, three four rather than just by voting for a single one, then you've got the opportunity to vote for maybe an independent, maybe like the green party. Maybe you're a libertarian and not waste your vote. If your first choice doesn't make it, and nobody wins a majority, then your vote will be transferred your second choice and this. When people win a winning candidate has to win a majority of the vote in order to win the election, if necessary by the instant runoffs through ranked choice voting. They have to appeal to a broader range of the electorate and I think this may help us transcend our crippling polarization. Now in fact, you say it gets rid of the sore loser phenomenon which well. We'd actually need. Yes. I it does in one sense. It gets rid of the spoiler problem, but there's also a sore loser rule that keeps people who lose primary elections from getting on the ballot in the general election. And so if you could get rid of the sore loser rule in the forty five states in the United States, including California, that have it, you might get to a situation where, you know, take Jeff flake in Arizona, who stood up virtually the only Republican Senator who did stand up against Donald Trump in the floor of the Senate. And he thought to himself now after I've done that how can I possibly win a Republican primary, if he'd contested in the Republican primary and lost. And there was no sore loser rule in Arizona, and there was ranked choice voting in Arizona. He might have been able to come back in the general election run as an independent. And say to the Republican party, the heck with you. I'm now an independent, I'm liberated. I'll return to the Senate as an independent, Joe Lieberman. Well, that's what Lieberman did in Connecticut. Because Connecticut is one of five states in the United States that doesn't have the sore loser rule. Again, we're talking with Larry diamond and he's a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution is new book is out. It's called Il wins saving democracy from Russian rage Chinese ambition and American complacency, and it'll be at the Commonwealth club this afternoon, at noon, and ask you came up earlier an interview I did with Carter. Former secretary of defense, and I happen to see Bill Maher last night, in an interview with Cuomo. And he was talking about the fact that Trump and Nancy Pelosi's brought this of even Michael Cohen brought it up in his testimony that if Trump loses an election, he made simply say, I'm not leaving this is rigged election. And it's unfair and it's et cetera et cetera. And I refused to leave and I don't get it. Conspiracy theories here but it's a plausible scenario, what would the democracy, be able to do if a commander in chief, is a lame duck said, I'm still the president, and I'm going to retain my presidency. Well, I think in the end the question is, what would the courts do, and what worries me is, you know, we do have a somewhat politicised judiciary and often. I don't think this is a realistic scenario if it's a fairly clear election as a political scientist. I think it's overwhelmingly likely that Trump will lose the popular vote as he did last time. But he's got a pretty darn good chance of winning the electoral college again, and doing so very narrowly, which you would like to see done away with. Yes, of course. But realistically, I think it's going to happen anytime soon. And so keep in mind, he won the three states that put him over the top in the electoral college, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania by total seventy seven thousand votes. Now magin. He loses those three stay in polls, he is losing them. Now, of course, long wait till the. Yeah. But imagining loses them by maybe one or two by fifteen thousand votes. Then we could enter a Florida scenario in which he tries to drag this out on the question is, what are the courts do? But I want to tell you this one thing. I have gotten to know a lot of military officers in the United States. Many of them spend a year at Stanford before they go back to their military commands. I've interacted with Minarik and so on. I really have enormous admiration for the United States armed forces and for their commitment to the ethic of, of, of constitutional rule, and civilian control of the military on the rule of law. And I, I really believe the, the, the, the, the United States civil service FBI, you know, armed forces and ultimately the supreme court. I don't think.
"minarik" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"I came to New York actually after looking around in the Boston area for someone who could mentor me in this kind of activity, and it turned out there. I mean, there's some interesting stories about that. But the advice that I got from the people who are not in a position to help me in the way that I thought I needed help was that I might consider going to the Rockefeller and working with the physician scientist named Jules Hirsh who would time was very interested in the biology of adipose tissue from a number of perspectives, and I had actually communicated with Dr Hirsch in the literature by commenting on some of the work that he had done with regard to add up sites and signals that might come from adipose sites that affect potentially food intake and body weight. This was an area that he was quite interested in and I. I was to based on some of the thinking I had done about it while I was in the training in Boston. And he, and I actually had a communication in the literature on some of the work that he had done, and I went actually to visit his laboratory, and while I was in New York for an entirely different reason. And it was very shortly. After that that I move which is another great example of the types of common threads, we see in great scientists whether they be scientists or physicians I and his which has mentorship right again. Every person I talked to who's done something remarkable in science can point to mentors a mentor or mentors. And obviously for you Jules was probably the most important mentor. I'm guessing that's right. I had very important other mentors in the area of clinical medicine and the one who trained me and indoor chronology individual again of physician, scientists more clinically oriented name. Jack Crawford himself was. Very interested in the role of body fat and its interaction with other physiological systems in the body, most notably onset of puberty, and it was he actually put me in contact with another scientists at Harvard name rose Frisch who also was very interested in why for example, young women who lost weight as a result of anerexia or more commonly in her experience dude of very vigorous physical training for things like distance running or bicycling swimming became a Minarik. In other words, there period stopped and rose was very curious about why this was and whether there was a communication between fat and parts of the brain regulate the Kanada axis, which is the hypothalamus again. And I remember having many conversations with rose about where the signal might becoming from. She thought it actually might be coming from. Adipose tissue at sites in the bone marrow. And it was always encouraging me to study bone marrow. As a source of whatever this signal might be. So what year did you arrive at Rockefeller, nineteen seventy eight at that point in time was the adipose tissue was at a post cell where they it was this regarded as an inert sort of storage depot for fatty acid, or was it considered an endocrine organ, like what was the state of thinking about fat at that time the view of the role of adipose tissue was very strongly in the direction of the sort of former characterization that you made which is that it was a passive depot for fat. In the form of storing free fatty acids as triglycerides, so that they were hydrophobic. So that you could pack a lot of calories into organ or into cell without having a lot of water there. So it's very efficient way of storing energy, actually, as you know to probably around nine calories per gram. And its role as a signaling device or an integration. Organ was really people were thinking about it. But there was no firm evidence in this regard, other than I think the increasing sense that the size of the adipose mass was doing something to the levels of circulating insulin that somehow insulin rises when the fat mass rises the mechanism or the release of the other way around was clear where which direction so at the time, I think the view was pretty much as fat mass increases the concentration of insulin rises to to meet the consequences of so-called, insulin resistance, which occurred not only in adipose tissue. But maybe more importantly in liver and muscle..
"minarik" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"News Radio seven hundred one five point nine FM where the forecast of this national flu shot week. In fact, we'll have more on flu shots coming up here momentarily. Cloudy, a cold day today, high thirty-three, no son, again, we've had very little son. So far this month, maybe some sun tomorrow. But not today says AccuWeather thirty at O'Hare and the lakefront thirty one at midway thirty at Bedford park going up to thirty three WBZ news time, eight twenty one. Our top story this hour. It's an historic day for educators around the country as teachers at fifteen no Cerro charter schools in Chicago, go on strike. It's the first work stoppage involving the charter network about seventy five hundred students are affected will have much more undis- story coming up at eight thirty one. This is national influence of vaccination. We don't always public health director says it is vital to get a flu shot after new RAF. Shaw's is healthy. People may not suffer serious illness from the flu, but they can't pass the virus babies underdeveloped immune systems that also to people who have chronic illnesses. The centers for disease control and prevention estimates, the flu cost nearly seventy nine thousand deaths. Fifty million flu illnesses and nine hundred sixty thousand hospitalizations between last year and this year, Keith Johnson, NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM. Search efforts resumed today for missing Lincoln woman. A Chicago fire department divers searched north shore channel along the thirty two hundred block of west Peterson last night. After the woman cellphone was traced to that location. The search effort was called off due to strong current and darkness. Prince Charles plans to ten tomorrow for president George H W Bush, the prince will be representing his mother Queen. Elizabeth the second who over the weekend called the forty first president patriots serving his country with honor and distinction in office. And during the second World War. Dupage county officially has a new sheriff James Minarik was sworn in last night as the thirty fourth sheriff of the west suburban county Mandaric defeated democrat, Gregory Waylon in last month's election. He replaces longtime sheriff Johnson rubel who retired after more than two decades in office. Dr Laura on trade deal doubts on a nervous bond market. Lynn..
"minarik" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Dot global as we go back to Parker on the line in Washington state's listening online. Parker you were telling us about Stockholm syndrome which of course. We've heard of it before but I asked you. To explain it for listeners it maybe were unfamiliar. Stockholm syndrome, the idea that somebody who a captive or. Hostage will over a period of time they could become they can identify with or empathize with their I guess hostage-takers what's the word I'm looking for here Their oppressors Yeah exactly and so if they identify with them that can make separating them much more difficult and it makes them do things that they otherwise wouldn't, have done, you know sort of defense of their own captors and you were likening that to sort of what happens with people and their government, that they they gain this Stockholm syndrome towards. Their government even though the government is, oppressing them they will still say that it's a good system that it's the best system in the world that we're free. Or whatever and so you were just proposing that you. Wanted to you're talking about going to a government college, government college but, you know pretty much all if you're gonna be in. The US there's only like two, government colleges and I don't think that any of them have psychology He wanted to. Become a doctor of psychology and, then do what we never got to your actual proposal Okay so I guess I would have to go to a college that either get government funding or something whatever Even if I go. To. College I I'm certain that that government colleges teach people how to specialize in Stockholm syndrome therapy and, rehabilitation So there's that but that's essentially the. Crux of what I would? Like. To, try. And do because but then what, will, you do once you get the doctorate in psychology what is your plan then psychiatry sorry psychiatry Psychiatry Psychology degree in, psychology the the bachelor's in, psychology and they go on for a masters in the psychiatry is what he. Said I missed that. Part why would you wanna do? Psychiatry because if I if I were to get a masters or doctorate in psychiatry than I could specialize in Stockholm syndrome Therapy. And rehabilitation then from there I? Could treat people who have why would you want to dope somebody up to try to solve the issue of syndrome Psychiatrists do You're. You're confusing psychiatry. With psychology psychiatry. Is No. That's, what I'm saying psychiatry is neds okay yeah that would mean he would be doping people up to solve their problem when this is a. Problem you got to solve at the route you've got. To solve people's beliefs and. Change those things you can't just prescribe something. Maybe, why maybe one thinking of is psychology basically what I liked to do is I'd like to be able to to. Use the power of of persuasion to And and used A doctorate and all the understanding of the human mind in order to break through what Psychology psychology and how is it going to happen, that, you're going to have a bunch of status in our Minarik is due to pay hey you to cure them of their status Stockholm syndrome Well for one thing? It be by referral once I have but why would somebody wanna come to you like if somebody, who. Doesn't think that something you're doing is the problem not going to go have it treated why does why does anyone who was, a, status find themselves listening to Larkin wrote it's being Doesn't cost one hundred. Twenty dollars an hour it would be total accident I mean if, a status site hunters Larkin rose, because they saw video online and happened to click on, it for whatever reason maybe it has referred? Them to it maybe they had a title that was attractive and they didn't know what they were getting in? Are there questions that does happen that's more of I catered to but then they're. Not like Then. They don't really they have less of kind of the middle issues associated with that at that point yeah it is still there but this seems like a lot of money to invest for very little potential return, it's a pretty good career and you can, make pretty good money and if you, do it, you're, a, normal psychologists I'd like to have libertarians in every field so. I'm, fine, with. This and, I support it Parker I would like to chase an Ian because of. His ignorance and blathering on as he does one of the greatest achievements that are going on right now in psychiatry involve Silla Sivan MD and other psychotropic drugs. The sort of thing that. You're all, about but you you just leave that behind you're like oh well they give them drugs that I've heard that sometimes. Are bad well well yeah I mean. The psychiatrists are not able legally prescribe the things that you mentioned there some advances going on. Where there's actually a headline here about the FDA approving some Silla, Sivan trials for treating clinical Oppression, and. That's great, news he gets the degree perhaps he could just set up a clinic. In Mexico and have people fly there to meet him oriented candidate or something I'm not saying don't do opportunities here Perhaps not listen to you're not going to be a talk show. Host and I'm gonna make a degree Don't do it okay what I'm saying is be realistic about, what your chances are, here if your entire goal is to take on, patients to try to convert them Out of their Stockholm syndrome. Maybe you're coming out this from too narrow of a perspective and you should, consider just taking. On. Patients who need psychological psychologist by all means go be a psychologist. Don't be psychologists in the hopes that that is going to give you a You know a wealth of status that you can convert. Yeah I mean they're not going to line up to come in and be converted by you that navy something that you can slip in to discussions when the time seems appropriate. With a patient who is there for whatever other reason that they have sought out your. Help but I cannot see there being a line of patients coming in. To help you pay off your college loans because they're got to charge a lot of. Money for these services so you can. Make your money back that you've. Invested into the. Degree and all that they're probably not going. To be doing. That, even on referrals or whatever because most people don't think. They have, a problem right when it comes to in government so. Parker thank you for the call good luck with the school, career I appreciate it the toll free number here is eight fifty five fifty free yeah please go ahead. 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"minarik" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Thirty five or fifty bucks fifty. Might not be, worth it now hold on but listen or you can put. A lien on the. Property Wait you can. Do that yourself, I'm not kidding you you can put a lien on there What does that mean. Because she doesn't have to pay me Even Jackson. Held on a lean is something you put on the, property you don't need a judgment when you're a mechanic's lien you put a lien on the property and that means she can't sell a. Refinance without paying it or she has, to bond around it if she has equity in her, property it's, going to. Really bugger if she doesn't, have equity. That's different but seriously and if she owns it I would I would talk to an attorney and put a lien. On the property and? He can add his charges to it What about what about this, I'm cutting, down an. Aspirin tree right next door, to her. House today what if victory which a lean on her property no no no no no no no but seriously man Seriously, Steve what you should, do is put a lien on the property. Because when she gets the intent to lean it's going to she's going to go nuts and. You're not asking to be? Paid for anything but what you did I would put a lien on. The property that's, my answer and we could set? You, up, with, someone, who, could, help. You do that TD what's going on Hi? Tom how are. You I'm doing good what's going on. About. Gas and oil okay I just bought this property back. In January in now ABC's dismayed. From. Aspired energy Inc yeah so they asking me? To, leave my. Right. No no surprise okay In God lease no surface right. Yeah, no surface. Okay So I'm. Totally courtrooms because I've never. Seen anything like that before they're probably gonna do, some they're going to do some diagonal or horizontal, drilling. And, they want. Permission And how, much are they offering Offering me. Two thousand five hundred per acre Nick Minarik yeah okay how many acres do you have It's one of one tenth of an acre yeah? Oh, so you're. Going. To. Get a fraction of that yes And, then are you going to get any percentage of? Production Yeah they, started. Me eighteen point seventy five, percent that's up to you bro if you, wanna do it do it if you don't wanna do it don't you should have an attorney look at that. If you or call an attorney for just a quick consultation They're not that complicated and their, mineral. Rights I mean you're you're, not gonna dig him out yourself and and, as long as they don't want surface rights I would have a tendency to let it let them do it Okay That's. It I, mean but, you you, know do some research on it before you sign? Anything Attorney's not going to. Charge much, to review that really, so I would probably take care I would probably do. It you know if you? Own property. You're only big concern is going, to be the price is that the proper price all right if you've gotten stiffed by. Customer what do you do the best thing to do. If you've done work is to lean the property is not that difficult. In the? Roofing industry, a lot of guys you guys. Must. Get stiff, from, time to time don't you I mean you know you have to know yeah I mean there's, there's? Always someone who thinks they're smarter than insurance. And someone that's smarter than, the roofing company right or they want to keep? The insurance. Money so, leaning is, the quickest, don't you find leaning to be the quickest remedy I mean no one likes leaning. But. Isn't that, the, quickest remedy yeah it really is nobody wants to have that lingering over their head long-term now, obviously? When you lean something you have to do. It within four you have, to foreclose on it what is that a year I forget the the rules change you have to foreclose, on it meaning if, you? Don't perfect it got one hundred and twenty. Days to actually get the lean so you do you're you're right you're, notice to. File then within there then you've got to actually, sue them I think, by the end of the ninth or tenth month but I'm not positive right so. That's one way of looking at it let's talk to Brent Ivan's an? Ideal home loans for custom term loans custom?.
"minarik" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Our freedom we have no excuses today for that kind of babe you're all right so what so what do you suggest that people who are in listening to you do earlier today it got the chance to speak to congressman dave brat republican virginia's seventh district asked him about teacher pay at the time when you're running one and a half trillion dollar deficits according to the oem be and was a disconnect in terms of trying to make any kind of inroads into well you know maybe the money should have been spent on education what do you do well i'm talking here and the members of our organization are talking about bipartisan solutions i think the first thing that we have to recognize is that our budget problem is so large that the only way that we are going to solve it is if we have everyone at the table and everything on the table we need our nation's leaders in the congress and in the executive branch to recognize that there is no way to solve this problem where one side gets everything at once and does not have to pitch in everybody is going to have to be involved thank you for being involved and thank you for sustaining capitalism the book that you co authored last year joe minarik is the director of research at the committee for economic development he's all my former chief economist at the office of management and budget thanks for listening to the bloomberg peon l podcast you can subscribe and listen to interviews at apple podcasts soundcloud or whatever podcast platform you prefer i'm pimm fox i'm on twitter at pimm fox i'm on twitter at lisa abramowicz one before the podcast you can always catch us worldwide on bloomberg radio.
"minarik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"There seems to be escalating fisher between the left and the right in the united states is it the same among chief executive officers of american companies here to talk about that and the consequences of these fishers is joe minarik senior vice president and director of research at the committee for economic development also former chief economist at the office of management and budget during all eight years of the clinton administration joe thank you so much for being with us you co authored a book last year sustaining capitalism bipartisan solutions to restore trust and prosperity in your conversations with executives do you get the sense that they are trying to foster more by pardon partisanship or if you've seen the partisanship sort of spread to the c suite we have something of a self selected audience i don't want to overstate this but the folks who engage with us at the committee for economic development believe in bipartisan solutions to the nation's problems i think that that however i think i can assert that that is fairly representative of the business community when you have problems in business they're not republican or democratic problems there are not republican or democratic facts they're not republican or democratic solutions business leaders tend to be focused at solving problems facing facts and coming out at the end with success and our perception my perception is that the folks i talked to are trying to find a way to solve the nation's problems well job interact minarik.
"minarik" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"minarik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In for david brancaccio the white house says cnbc commentator lawrence kudlow has accepted president trump's offered to head the national economic council so what might kudlow bring to the job as top economic advisor marketplace's were not a sago reports the head of the national economic council's job is to advise the president on economic policy issues and coordinate with agencies to help meet the administration's economic goals joseph minarik with the business led committee for economic development says lawrence kudlow may not be inclined to bring a wide range of economic ideas to policy discussions he in all likelihood is going to be going to the president with his own point of view he says cut lows ability to bring serious economic analysis to complex issues is unclear but dean baker who runs the left leaning center for economic and policy research says kudlow has expressed strong views on some issues in general he's completely opposed to regulations kudlow is also a proponent of tax cuts like president trump i'm renat sago for marketplace president's new adviser seems to be moderating his views on some issues earlier this month kudlow wrote a column criticizing the president's tariffs on steel and aluminum but he's backed away from that just yesterday saying he was on board with tariffs though encouraged that exceptions could be made for canada and mexico dove soap ben and jerry's ice cream marmite lipton tea they're all made by unilever unilever has headquarters in both the netherlands and london but not for much longer the company says it's going to be based only in the netherlands moving forward this is a pretty sensitive time for the company to be doing this given fears in britain over how brexit might affect its economy so the news is not going down smoothly in the uk the bbc steel legged has been following this good morning theo good morning unilever was split between two headquarters one in the netherlands in one over where you are in london now it's ditched london and it's just headquartered in the netherlands why is that logical maneuver but it does come at a time of tensions over britain leaving the european union and that's why the fate of.
"minarik" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In for david brancaccio the white house says cnbc commentator lawrence kudlow has accepted president trump's offered to head the national economic council so what might kudlow bring to the job as top economic advisor marketplace's were not a sago reports the head of the national economic council's job is to advise the president on economic policy issues and coordinate with agencies to help meet the administration's economic goals joseph minarik with the business misled committee for economic development says lawrence kudlow may not be inclined to bring a wide range of economic ideas to policy discussions he in all likelihood is going to be going to the president with his own point of view he says cut lows ability to bring serious economic analysis to complex issues is unclear but dean baker who runs the left leaning center for economic and policy research says kudlow has expressed strong views on some issues in general he's completely opposed to regulations kudlow is also a proponent of tax cuts like president trump i'm rinat sago for marketplace president's new adviser seems to be moderating his views on some issues earlier this month kudlow wrote a column criticizing the president's tariffs on steel and aluminum but he's backed away from that just yesterday saying he was on board with tariffs though encouraged that exceptions could be made for canada and mexico dove soap ben and jerry's ice cream marmite lipton tea they're all made by unilever river unilever has headquarters in both the netherlands and london but not for much longer the company says it's going to be based only in the netherlands moving forward this is a pretty sensitive time for the company to be doing this given fears in britain over how brexit might affect its economy so the news is not going down smoothly in the uk the bbc steel legged has been following this good morning theo good morning unilever was split between two headquarters one in the netherlands in one over where you are in london now it's ditched london and it's just headquartered in another one's why is that is the logical maneuver but it does come at a time of tensions over birth leaving the european union and that's why the fate of a company which hitherto has been at least partly british now becoming dutch has become a bit political will does this have anything to do with brexit not according to unilever and not according to the british government unilever says it's all for technical reasons that.
"minarik" Discussed on WCHS
"To get a fire extinguisher to put out the fire on the microphone from tim mile it mildly fired up insecure is to keep it with the problem is that for the inventory turks to get rid of the inventory tax which at most people agree west virginia needs to get rid of because it is a detriment to business and the administration really wants to the commerce secretary really wants it republicans really want to let the democrats won but to get rid of it need twothirds vote in the house and senate because you have to amend the constitution you have to take it to the voters what a twothirds vote in the house you need some democrats you need some democrats so if the governor is hongkun off the democrats are democrats feel like the governor is just a wine about them which is clearly mile away and democrats feel at the he is you're gonna get zero democratic help so if things stay as they are today and they change rapidly around here but of things stay the way they are today you can stick a pin um stick a pinch ticker pin in the inventories are not going to happen not gonna happen while relations between house democrats and the governor or that bag the twothirds vote in both chambers you could get that the senate man what's badmouth house looks bad in the house all right let me get the break we expect dumb findings kamajor minarik nelson to be with us here and we'll talk to him here at the aarp broadcasts location what after this you didn't get to.
"minarik" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Of capital and the level of taxation and investment spending now would indicate a fifteen percent decrease in in the tax rate would give us a ten to fifteen percent increase in investment now i worked with his original number of 20 percent h once he percent increase in investment spending and still only come up with on the most generous assumptions i could make on my spreadsheet seven hundred fifty billion dollars the basic argument is correct the numbers coming out of the white house have been rebuked by just about every conservative economist in the country would just wanna know one thing on i'm going to be working selfrule peters numbers of the point that i believe the administration is refusing to recognize and and the advocates of a bill in the in the congress it is the user cost of capital of it is the issue the user cost of capital is more sensitive to interest rates than it is to tax rates nayef you talk the package that is being discussed in the congress and owning deficitneutral basis made the changes that are being advocated with respect to taxes would reduce the use of cost of capital but one point five trillion dollar addition to the debt in the first round is likely to increase interest rates to the extent that user cost of capital does not decline and in fact most likely will increase so we may actually get less investment rather than war out of this back we're talking the economy joseph minarik in peter marie see our thanksgiving tradition with us last year and back again this year so we appreciate that will get your phone calls henry is joining us thank you for waiting from new york city democrats line yuan jumped on the morning that beacon you'll be gonna montalban com temperament compact doina i took to you john two years ago basically have a role in which the capital city and the month when would with my friend than hub of ho hum crowds do the shopping the river more couldn't believe my aunt cars shopped the.
"minarik" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"All of our competitors are relatively low tax can nation now how do they do that most of them consumption tax and vat or something else that allows him to bring a cooperates down this plan i think has a couple of moments laws first arch with one point five trillion dollars of additional debt and when we're already twenty trillion dollars in debt that is not a g dinners i am not going to put some wild i guy here alan greenspan that when you do tax cuts when you're at relative full employment which we are with borrowed money you may get a quick sugar high but the growth projections that have coming forward ford that garin gary's a good friend of mine i i think are grossly overoptimistic the comments of senator mark warner vented sponsored by the wall street journal joseph minarik as the date the debate gets underway what's going to happen that is a very very good question we are in uncharted waters uh the uh since essentially were the decision is going to be made uh there is a fragmentation of interest salon that republicans tried in the senate but it's really going to get down to member by member and dealing with issues in which each has concern uh local provisions of a bill having to do with the uh the ability to drill for oil uh questions with respect to access to help gear some members with concerns about the public debt which agree with senator warner is a really a consuming issue right now it should be uh and for that reason it is going to be handtohand combat and we're comes down it's very very hard the judge rafael accounts talk about the debt the according to a debt clock dot org it is now an extra twenty trillion dollars and over the next ten years this budget plan is tax plan will increase the debt by one and a half trillion all the republicans led by speaker of the house paul ryan says it will grow the economy three or four percent which will offset the the holden the debt well we just had a pool poll taken by a group of economists uh uh the uh organized by new boots business university of chicago uh they have more than forty economists who are widely recognised around the country uh ideally you could look at it and say.
"minarik" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Joe girardi paul the road dusky way to get all the ruling yet the i love it again because it was my the way been all wrong all the ruling here dole in ways that were bad the big king did i made that will see the way all big dave baker grab in vietnam agreed not smoked is brain out of his hey i did not been is brain have not been treated like it was in a kamado joe smoker that's what was kept him alive for so long oh ruth bader ginsburg she believes in pick leonard self i don't know if i'm bind that argument either but what i what was your boy i was going to say you know they're a while back in a lotta people know i was addicted lower taps correct and the reason i got addicted to lower tabs is because i did smoke pot okay and to get a job because they drug tested i quit smoking pot and the doctor put me on laura tabs and i got addicted to them because the lord that was the legal 1 correct which is way worse way where's that are let's go quick dave on the road welcome to the program hey guys did we're doing a good brother uh not slogan any good good morning hours ago do what i did about forty five years ago uh the uh there was a and and i totally changed my ways through the years i have uh uh done a lot of study on it and there's there's two doctors from the bar him area dr minarik myers and they did clinical research only uh marijuana and uh and other things i mean they they had the they were uh psychiatric uh uh doctors and clinical research is not case study i mean they actually did hands own clinical research okay they found out that the thc stays in your morning fluid it takes what of your brain either vets louis area 'cause it's a slow moving process and your metabolism that's one thing but the other is now i've had tuesday near greg bogdon medical shoulder surgery and if i hadn't had something to get through.