18 Burst results for "National Federation Of Independent Business"

"national federation independent business" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Forward and then you're like, Oh, she took over going to do it. Well, let's get right to the phone and everything before we have to go to commercials. And Donna in Baltimore. You've been hanging for a while, don. Are you there? Yes, I am. Good morning. Good morning. Yes, I have a question of Congressman Harris. Today's Constitution Day. As you know yes and The Constitution is a glorious glorious saying it's a brilliant duct document Now, Um, what are you going to do about this? Um, this shot mandate. My husband is a federal employee. He will not take the shot. He refuses to and this is really scary. And this is an egregious, egregious abuse of our constitution. And what about the the private sector? People who are going through this? This is so wrong. What are you and the Freedom Caucus doing? Sure. So Donna first, though, So let's that's two separate groups of federal employees and the private You know the I mean the stretch that the Biden administration is doing to cover private employees with this is just unbelievable. You know, they're using the ocean. You know, the Office of Safety. And however forget with this worker safety. Maybe I don't know, but I don't even know what that is. Acronym stand for anymore. Uh, but you know, they're supposed to be for worker's safety, you know, and but not federal vaccine mandate. I think that's going to be overturned. I think the Mandate on private employers. It's going to be challenged in court. I think n f I b. The National Federation independent businesses. I think they're going to take it to court. I think they will prevail. I think that that that's an overstretch now with regards to the federal employees, that's it. That's a tighter, tougher call. I mean, I think that that You know the federal government employees? I think the executive branch might be a might get away with that now, my biggest complaints and I don't know. Donna is your is your husband belonged to the employee union. Okay, This is the point. Yes, Union. Does very little. Yeah, that's bed with this administration. That's the problem. Don. I'm telling you the and this. This is a failure of these government employee unions are the bottom line is that he was never in it. Yeah, because they're there. You're right there completely in bed with the with the man with management. I mean, the unions and management are one in the in these cases. And that's not the way Yeah, that's not. What's that or 1/4 branch together with? That's right, something you can do. There's got to be something. This is so wrong. I mean, it's just I can't believe this is even happening. I fully agree with you. Now. Now, do you know what will he be allowed either religious exemption or how our medical exemption? I don't know. I really don't know. I don't know. Yeah. I mean, you can have so many different exemptions for so many different reasons. He doesn't want poison in his body. He sure hasn't been well, and he's trying to do you know, like herbal things invited. And, you know, we agree. I don't have to get it. Thank God because I work for a very small company. But we agree we'd rather build our immune systems up. We'd rather take And the cation. If we get it, I.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You're listening to the best of mornings on the mall in joining US House Virginia delegate Jason Me or is he represents the 82nd district, which encompasses part of Virginia Beach, is also a candidate for the Virginia attorney. General delegate. Thank you for joining us. Hey, Vince and Mary. Thanks so much for having me on. Of course. So yesterday was the first day that you convened. You kicked off the 2021 legislative period. But it's only gonna be for 30 days because you only meet for 30 days in odd numbered years, Virginia seems to have more than 30 days worth of problems. So what do you What do you intend to solve our tackle? In those 30 days that you have, what's the most important things to get done? Well, I mean, I think First of all, you know, we went in and we're supposed to be a part time Legislature on. I think that's a good thing. I don't think we could look at what's going on in Washington and think Politicians serving year round It's serving the United States. Well, I think our founders viewed the Virginia general assembling a Z, a part time Legislature, which means we live real lives with real people when we're not legislating. And I think that's critically doing important. Understand that we went into special session in August through November reaction at a special session longer than a normal session at the end of last year, So we're in a normal session, 30 days. I think there's two things that we need to be focused on that. Unfortunately, I don't think we are. I think when we have to find a way to reopen our schools, I think that has been devastating for so many families devastating for our kids. And you know if we have this great discussion right now, our country about a quality we somehow have shut down one of the great equalizing forces in American society, which is education to care that I think that I just love the tragic result. I think the second is you have to find a way to give these businesses you mentioned that air so struggling right now Cove in 19 world. We have to give us some safe harbor provision. We have to give them some liability protection. If you're trying to do the right thing. You shouldn't be looking over your shoulder. That's on trial. Lawyer's going to see you to oblivion. The day you reopen your Your restaurant in the shop for your store that it goes into big priorities. Unfortunately, that's not the priority is, you know the Democrats have one complete one party control in Richmond? It's clear to me that we desperately need some type of check and balance because you could go down the list of issues that they were pushing on. It is what you would really seen a place like Vermont. Non Virginia and I think it's not serving Virginians. Well, you know, there's liability Protections is an interesting topic. We've talked a lot about it at the national level. But for you to mention it just on the state level, the Commonwealth level for Virginia is important. Has there been any appetite to actually do that? And a bipartisan level, especially for small businesses? You know, I can see why. Somebody might say, Well, you know these big corporations. They've got plenty of money. They can handle liability claims, But these small businesses, boy, they can't They just want to get reopened. If they get tagged with some sort of claim. Hey, I got coronavirus in your restaurant that could be the end. Of their restaurant entirely. Is there any appetite to protect small businesses with liability protection enrichment? Events. I'll tell you what happened this past August, I had a liability protection bill that would protect not just small businesses were also schools and school boards for re opening and I introduced the bill. When what happened is the Democrats took my bill. And they don't worry. We have our own liability protection Bill. They killed my bill. They've been amended. Their bill in committee is basically written by trial lawyers. And what a bill that first a lot of small business groups National Federation Independent businesses were asking for this. They eventually had to oppose the bill. Because what happened is this especial interest groups in Richmond rewrote the bill to actually increase liability for businesses. Yes, thank you. I'm sorry. How can you have a liability Protection bill written by trial lawyers. Yeah, very same question. That is exactly the type of thing that's going on a Richman that we're trying to push back its people that really or not listening. They're small business owners and family better in need and So what? I I re introduced the bill. I was so incensed. What happened? Eventually, The bill did die barely in the state Senate because enough businesses to Hey, we can't handle this. This should be untenable in Virginia. We just goes to show in front of a larger problem, which is kind of right now. I think one party rule that's kind of had a touch of the everyday Virginia. I'll give you an example. I I introduced the tuition CAF bill that says if you're going virtually, if you're not gonna have students on campus learning Yeah, your your tuition and you the age 17 grand a year their tuition away and married 23 grand a year tuition and J and used 12 grand here. You should not be part of more than $2500 a semester. If you have kids living at home. Doing these classes virtually because right now they're charging these colleges universities charging full freight. These schools in these in these programs, and I think that's just absurd because we're already struggling. All of us in a covert world. And right now you're the University of the shot of touch. They're charging full price. Full freight for these students. Some of them. They brought on campus for a week and made him pay for room and board and it's still making him pay for room and board even though they're not allowed to live on campus, So it has really gotten. There's just a lot of people that I think you're out of touch with. Everyday Virginians, and we're trying to push back on that and make our voices heard. You know, One of the problems that I think is kind of been put on the back burner that we hear a lot of that in a non pre covert world. When people are going toe work is the traffic, especially in Northern Virginia, and it's pushing out into the suburbs at a very, very fast pace is you see like into Ashburn, where you see these data centers, just expanding. You see more and more people moving out into those areas. Democrats always say they want to help the traffic when they're campaigning. Is that a priority that we're going to see tackled? I, You know, we're we're kind of wait and see..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Morning to you. It's 707 w Emma. We're Washington comes to soft, so grateful to have you with us this morning. 805. We're gonna have Henry Rogers, joining us senior congressional correspondent for the Daily Caller Been an 8 35. We talked to Lauren Martin. She is the owner of Martin's Tavern right there in Georgetown, that historic restaurant and bar. Now struggling due to these coronavirus shutdowns, like so many other small businesses will get her perspective coming up again. That's a 35. I'm Vince Colonies. One side, Mary Walter Good morning and joining US House Virginia delegate Jason Me or is he represents the 82nd district, which encompasses part of Virginia Beach, is also a candidate for the Virginia attorney. General delegate. Thank you for joining us. Hey, Vince and Mary. Thanks so much for having me on. Of course. So yesterday was the first day that you can be in two kicked off at the 2021 legislative period. But it's only gonna be for 30 days because you only meet for 30 days in odd numbered years, Virginia seems to have more than 30 days worth of problems. I said, What do you What do you intend to solve? Or a tackle in those 30 days that you have, What's the most important things to get done? Well, I mean, I think First of all, you know, we went in and we're supposed to be a part time Legislature on and I think that's a good thing. I don't think we can look at what's going on in Washington and think. Politicians serving year round It's serving the United States. Well, I think our founders view the Virginia general assembling a Z, a part time Legislature, which means we live real lives with real people when we're not legislating, and I think that's critically doing important, understand that we went into special session in August through November reaction at a special session longer than a normal session. At the end of last year, So we're in a normal session. 30 days either just two things that we need to be focused on that. Unfortunately, I don't think we are. I think what we have to find a way. To reopen our schools. I think that has been devastating for so many families devastating for our kids. And you know if we have this great discussion right now, our country about A quality. We somehow have shut down one of the great equalizing forces in American society, which is education to care that I think that I just love the tragic result. I think the second is you have to find a way to give these businesses as you mentioned that are so struggling right now because the 19 world We have to give us a safe harbor provision. We have to give them some liability protection. If you're trying to do the right thing. You shouldn't be looking over your shoulder. That's um, trial. Lawyer's going to see you to oblivion. The day you reopen your The restaurant in the shop for your store that it goes into big priorities. Unfortunately, that's not the priority. And, you know, the Democrats have one complete one party patrol in Richmond. It's clear to me that we desperately need some type of check and balance because You could go down the west of issues that they were pushing on. It is what you would really seen a place like Vermont and non Virginia. And I think it's not serving Virginians. Well, you know, there's liability Protections is an interesting topic. We talked a lot about it at the national level. But for you to mention it just on the state level, the Commonwealth level for Virginia is important. Has there been any appetite to actually do that on a bipartisan level, especially for small businesses? You know, I can see why somebody might say Well, you know these big corporations. They've got plenty of my They can handle liability claims, But these small businesses, boy, they can't They just want to get reopened. If they get tagged with some sort of claim. Hey, I got coronavirus in your restaurant that could be the end of their restaurant entirely. Is there any appetite to protect small businesses with liability protection in Richmond? Events. I'll tell you what happened this past August, I had a liability protection bill that would protect not just small businesses, but also schools and school boards for re opening and I introduced the bill. And what happened is the Democrats took my bill. And they don't want we have our own liability protection Bill. They killed my bill. They've been amended. Their bill in committee is basically written by trial lawyers. And what a bill that first a lot of small business groups National Federation Independent businesses were asking for this. They eventually had to oppose the bill. Because what happened is this especial interest groups in Richmond. We wrote the bill Toe actually increase liability for businesses. Yes, thank you. I'm sorry. How can you have a liability Protection bill written by trial lawyers. Yeah, very same question. That is exactly the type of thing that's going on a Richman that we're trying to push back its people that really or not listening. They're small business owners and family that are in need. And so what? I I re introduced the bill. I was so incensed. What happened Eventually, The bill did die barely in the state Senate because enough businesses. Uh hey, we can't handle this. This would be untenable in Virginia. It just goes to show it's come to the larger problem, which is kind of right now. I think one party rule that's kind of had a touch of the everyday Virginia. I'll give you an example. I I introduced the tuition cap bill that says if you're going virtually, if you're not gonna have students on campus learning, you know your your tuition to you the 17 grand a year. Tuition. When you married 23 grand in your tuition and J and used 12 grand here, you should not be part of more than $2500 a semester if you have kids living at home Doing these classes virtually because right now they're charging these colleges universities charging full freight. For these schools in these in these programs, and I think that's just absurd because we're already struggling all of us in a covert world. And right now you're the university, the site of touch. They're charging full price. Full freight for these students, some of them they brought on campus for a week and made him pay for room and board and it's still making a paper in the border. You know they're not allowed to live on campus, so It has really gotten. There's just a lot of people that I think we're out of touch with everyday Virginians, and we're trying to push back on that and make our voices heard. You know, One of the problems that I think is kind of been put on the back burner that we hear a lot about in a not pre covert world. When people are going toe work is the traffic, especially in Northern Virginia, and it's pushing out Into the suburbs at a very, very fast pace is you see like into Ashburn, where you see these data centers, just expanding. You see more more people moving out into those areas. Democrats always say they want to help the traffic when they're campaigning. Is that a priority that we're going to see tackled? I know where it's going to work..

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Small businesses thrive or struggle amid pandemic

Clark Howard Show

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Small businesses thrive or struggle amid pandemic

"Never in my wife, have I seen an economic situation is confusing. With the Cross currents that we have right now. We have tens of millions of Americans they continue to suffer mightily from unemployment underemployment. Medical problems, financial hardships. is just crazy and then at the same time. That are doing quite well. One area where people were very very. Unhappy and suffering mightily. Is the small business sector of the economy. And certainly, there are small businesses that have been devastated by corona virus and had a brutally hard time. Many businesses that have shut down for good. The same time other small businesses. Are doing quite well, and this creates these cross currents that are so. hard to understand and so confusing. Well. The NFL I be, which is the Trade Association for Small Businesses National Federation independent businesses puts out. A survey on business attitudes every month. and. This is what's crazy. The, what they call their optimism index. is at one of the highest numbers ever at one Oh four. Back in late spring, it was at seventy five. At, the same time. The uncertainty numbers are way up which speaks to how confusing. The current economic situation is. Businesses. Very, significant number of businesses that have survived. Wildly enough are thriving now. and. People. Are once again. Investing in their businesses, the number of business owners in the survey who are expanding their businesses is rising. So that's why. It is. Such a befuddling time because it completely depends. On what kind of small business you are. How you're being affected by this, this is why certain cities or regions. Are being brutalized. By our current corona virus influenced economy well, others are doing quite well the oil region tourism regions just absolutely being hit over the head with a two by four. Massive job losses. That sort of thing, and then other areas are doing quite well any area of the country, any metro area that is very heavily technology oriented. Doing extremely, well, certain manufacturing sector's doing well. The good of this is that we are not in a cyclical downturn in the US economy where basically. Everything, is doing poorly in everybody is pessimistic. And the environment we're in now helps create. A better and quicker recovery then we might expect otherwise during a recession. But there are a lot of businesses and a lot of jobs. That will not come back until the cloud of people's fear of infection from Corona virus lifts, which I am putting at some point. Late summer early fall of twenty one. So. There are people among us who don't fear Corona virus. But. There's a larger percent of Americans who do and it has shifted how they live their lives, what they do, and what they'll spend their money on, and that's why the economic situation. Is So. Choppy.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Teo asked him where they could send money, Tio fun Supreme Court crease, and they described the Supreme Court amicus briefs. These are a friend of Corp Reese, not by the parties, but by other groups. They face an amicus being cost $250,000 per brief. And in the documents that were being published on the Dark Web a couple of years ago, but the Bradley Foundation in those documents in their own language, the Bradley Foundation describes What they're doing is trying to orchestrate, orchestrate these high caliber amicus briefs in order to change the law. In that instance one of the cases specifically attacking the affordable care act. And another case was attacking labor rights through a case that was known as free drinks, and then was subsequently replaced with the case that Americans know Noah's Janice the Janis decision, so the Rally Foundation, this nonprofit foundation was intimately involved in orchestrating the cases that were being brought to the U. S. Supreme Court. In fact, it takes credit in those grand documents for Funding the competitive enterprises to Alan, which you mentioned, which basically orchestrated that case that attack on the the committed him. Infront Price Institute is founded by another Coke man, Fred Smith, who was coats right hand man at one of the first organizations he created in the late 19 seventies. S O U also have coke funding for the competitive surprises Tune, and it has spent much of its time in these last 30 years focused on attacking any climate change legislation and environmental rules, but it has suddenly in in these recent years got involved in fighting the Affordable Care act. On DH. That's you know, coincidentally or not one of the pet attacks of Charles Coke, Charles Coke has spent millions and millions of dollars of his own money, his money of the billionaires that he brings together to have advance attacks on the affordable care act since since it was a conception. Back in 2009, a a legislative proposal that originated from the Heritage Foundation and Republicans like Mitt Romney, in place of having universal health care of Medicare for all on DH Coke has been attacking it relentlessly. He spent money funding the National Federation independent businesses. So here you have the man who helped with the largest corporations in the world. Coke Industries, one of the biggest companies on the planet, becoming suddenly the secret biggest funder of the National Federation of Independent Businesses, which describes itself as the voice of small business. A time that it was smiling litigation before the Supreme Court challenging the affordable care act. You mentioned that that that that is the case that the Bradley Foundation has spent more on these on these issues. Then the Coke family foundations. But the unknown factor there is that we know for certain that Coke Industries itself funds some of these operations, including Americans for prosperity, it's group in Wisconsin and nationally that is actively engaged in in election related activities to try to get more right right wingers in office. In Wisconsin everywhere so we don't know how much Coke industries is given. But Bradley Foundation is a is a formidable amount represents a formidable amount of money, and it clearly has been playing a behind the scenes role influencing What case is get to the Supreme Court on DH That's not disclosed in those pleadings. It's not describe who they're funders are and a Senator Whitehouse point out this week. Of you have a situation where Leonard Leo is helping with the sort of steering these Aniket money toward these amicus briefs and also being the guy who's deciding helping deciding who the president chooses from Who's on the Supreme Court, so basically choosing the referee for the court. A swell asshole. Ping Teo get the cases that he wants the court to hear a majority the court to hear and as he described in a story his he was quoting the story by The Washington Post last May. By Robert O. Heroine Shambo Berg. He sits at the helm basically of a network of turning $50 million worth of funding to capture DS, the US Supreme Court, federal courts and the state courts. And before I wrap on that, let me just say, Allen, one of the things that is really shocking to me. Is that because he's a quote, volunteer for Trump on this judicial nominations process, he has no financial disclosure forms. There's no indication of where his money is coming from in 2018. We now have the financial filings that showed that the federal society Paid him about $100,000 less than his total compensation, which is usually around a half A million dollars paid him about $100,000 less because he was spending time ball unquote volunteering on the Supreme Court nomination and yet That summer after Brett Kavanaugh was nominated, I learned the pain off the mortgage of his house in Virginia on and on the eve of the vote of to confirm Cavanaugh. The day the closure of it was taken basically within 24 to 30 hours of of that vote mentally a closed on a management maintain that sold for $3.3 million. There's no mention of that. In my view. What's money we're going? We're going to go. You know, we're already short of time. We have so much we could go into so we're going to take their several calls waiting. I'm going to ask We have three people in the queue and asked people to keep it brief. Get your question in so we can get everyone in before the end of the hour because again, there's so much to talk to. Let's start with Will Hae Will. You're on the air. Thank you. Thanks to you and your guests..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And if I'd be National Federation independent businesses that is basically a small business confidence index dropped 1.8 to 98.8 98.8 is a very, very good number. But it was at 100.6. So did drop in the month of July, which was kind of to be expected. I mean, I can't imagine based on the news that it didn't drop a little bit, but one off the issues are retail companies. Are expecting to decrease over the next three months, about eight points so they are saying earnings trend over the past three minds improved three points. And that was good news and job creation increased two points as well. So a lot more jobs created. That is good. They're getting ready to gear up. Possibly hoping for a stronger rest of the summer season in to the fall. I am a little bit surprised on Ly because the construction numbers have been so good and it looks as though they're getting better now, August The construction numbers are very, very strong, and they don't seem to have given up much as a result of some of their so called surge in the virus. Particularly in hard hit areas of a surge like the Sun Belt. Where everything is still on track and continuing to move along, so it is interesting to see how that's going on what's going on. But this summer has been challenging for many, many small business owners. You are working hard to keep their doors opening a remain in business. And when that happens, you know there's always a lack of confidence. When they're working that hard just to try to keep the doors open it. It gets very, very discouraging, as you can imagine. And so there was a lot of that in July. There's a lot of that, particularly in the retail side of things. Retail, including restaurants and Those kinds of things. Which is a big part of this. Optimism. So you know, it is going to be some difficult times yet for small businesses to continue to serve surges and do well as fewer and fewer people continue to go out. Look, one of the things that I am looking at very closely is the new normals. Look, any time we get to a situation Where we are today, where things are changing very, very rapidly, and we're starting now to C four and five months trains. Of the way people are operating, think, een and behaving and when we get to Ah, four and five month in particular trend off a particular thing, whether it is a behavioral aspect ofthe people and that behavior or aspect in people. Get translated into the workplace. And now we have a behavior inside ofthe workplaces and businesses for four or five months, and I would submit that by the end of this month, it will be five months that becomes Trend that quickly becomes a normal show. What is happening is through all of this. We are for ever changing. Certain things forever. They are not a trend here today and gone tomorrow when it goes five months. It's a trend that is here today that will likely become a new normal for workers a new normal for businesses. And remember the people that are living in and through the change over from the old way to the new normals. Regardless of what those normals are, are the same people that will likely be future leaders of corporate America and small businesses. So that those new trains quickly go into the behavioral patterns off companies and we are..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Prose just because everything's cold now. Call 1 803 to 01103. Attention all women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer in July, 2018, a talcum manufacturer, was ordered by a Missouri jury to pay $4.7 billion to 22 women who contracted ovarian cancer. After used in baby powder and other talc products. The court upheld the record verdict, ruling that substantial evidence was submitted it trial of reprehensible conduct by the manufacturer. Don't wait. Make the call today. Please call 891 3826. 63 63 11 6 10 363 11 to your father. You're welcome to do it. China sanctions Rubio and Who else? Ted Cruz. Mentioned a couple of sanctioning them. I'm not sure that means In other words, you don't have to travel to try and I know that breaks their heart. I'm sure But yeah, that's a few others, too. This is how the The thing I love about this is it gives you some insight is how desperate China is. I know. I've said this a lot, But let me say it again. They have nothing. I have nothing. All the mainstream media wants to blows and, well, you know, they're going to do this, and I'm going to do with anything. I've been saying it since the trade, uh, issues they don't They don't have anything. I don't have anything they can do. There's nothing I can do. Not anything on trade that anything they can't do anything. China has painted themselves in a corner. With the U. S. C. One of the biggest mistakes China did was not allowing the U. S companies to trade over there to sell over there to open up their markets. Still, so the beauty of that as God would have it my opinion. The beauty of it is we can't get hurt. We're together. It doesn't matter. Oh, yeah. I lost China. They're not buying my goods anymore. Let me think. Let me look here. Oh, yeah. China. That's point. 025 ofwhat We export. Yeah, that's gonna hurt us. That's about what it comes down to. And China, though on the other hands and got big, big problems. Now they're starting to pick up a little bit. That's great, good for them. Bye. What it does indicate is the global economy is picking up by the way. Tomorrow. Not tomorrow. Today, even I think don't get today we go. Job openings reports coming out of 10 o'clock last time it was 5.4. We'll see if that's going up a little bit. Wouldn't be surprised if it might just go up a bit. Tomorrow morning, we get an F I B. It's more business Indicator Confidence index by one of my favorite numbers. My top three favorite numbers job. If I be National Federation independent businesses coming out with their number, it's It's a very important numbers. We see that confidence number sitting at 100. 0.6 For the eight years of the Obama administration. It was never anywhere near 100 just again to put it in perspective. But that's good news and most of the Most almost all of the Trump administration. It's been over 100. Reduce the price index comes out. It is suspect it is expected that it is going to go above get into positive territory about 3/10 of 1% of the negative 2/10 of 1%. But your lie I probably going to get into three tens. I don't know. I find that number hard to believe. It just doesn't align with some of the reality that we're seeing out there. So I would be surprised if I'm sorry. My mistake That's producer price. It's consumer Price Index. Oh, and that is expected to go down to 4/10 of 1%, Okay? So I see that now. Um Anyway. One of the things that is interesting that I didn't mention his tonnage. Tonnage is going up on the rails in the road right now on, that's very good. We're seeing shipping picking up so we've got rail cars, trucks, trucking ups, FedEx all picking up the transportation sector that is very good. That is always transportation sector is a very, very good indicator off a slowdown and a pick up In the economy always is probably always will be. It's something we watch very, very closely, and that is very good news. As we see that happening Friday. We get retail sales numbers that'll be interesting. We care about the retail sales ex autos that I mentioned when I was talking about how things really are that I mentioned the order sector. I think I did auto sector really starting to pick up some steam right now, and that's very good. But we get retail sales number X orders. We get productivity number, you know. 2nd 2nd quarter productivity. Yes, it was a negative quarter. Second quarter GDP expected to be For productivity. I'm talking about productivity expected to be up 2.6% that in no way, shape or form. If that is true, Something's wrong with the GDP number dramatically wrong with the GDP numbers, so I don't I don't know about that. But it's expected to be positive. 2.6% unit labor costs are likely to be up over 7%. Industrial production for the month of July. Expected to be 2.5% Let me tell you something if production of industrial production For the month of July. Is up. And if I be Confidence numbers is good. This whole July surge of Corona virus. He's going to become laughable..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And if I be National Federation independent businesses that is basically a small business confidence index dropped 1.8 to 98.8 98.8 is a very, very good number, but it was at 100.6. So did drop in the month of July, which was Kind of to be expected. I mean, I can't imagine based on the news that it didn't drop a little bit, but one off the issues are retail companies. Are expecting to decreased over the next three months, about eight points so they are saying earnings trend over the past three minds improved three points. And that was good news and job creation increased two points as well. So a lot more jobs created. That is good there getting ready, Tio gear up, possibly hoping for a stronger rest of the summer season and in To the fall. I am a little bit surprised only because the construction numbers have been so good and it looks as though they're getting better now, August The construction numbers are very, very strong, and they don't seem to have given up much as a result of some of their so called surge in the virus. Particularly in hard hit areas of a surge like the Sun Belt. Where everything is still on track and continuing to move along, so it is interesting to see how that's going on what's going on. But this summer has been challenging for many, many small business owners. You are working hard to keep their doors opening a remain in business. And when that happens, you know there's always a lack of confidence. When they're working that hard just to try to keep the doors open it. It gets very, very discouraging, as you can imagine. And so there was a lot of that in July. There's a lot of that, particularly in the retail side of things. Retail, including restaurants and Those kinds of things. Which is a big part of this. Optimism. So you know, it is going to be some difficult times yet for small businesses to continue to serve surges and do well as fewer and fewer people continue to go out. Look, one of the things that I am looking at very closely is the new normals. Look, any time we get to a situation Where we are today, where things are changing very, very rapidly, and we're starting now to C four and five months, trains off the way people are operating thinking and behaving. And when we get to off four and five month in particular trend off a particular thing, whether it is a behavioral aspect ofthe people and that behave your aspect in people get translated into the workplace. And now we have a behavior inside ofthe workplaces and businesses for four or five months, and I would submit that by the end of this month, it will be five months that becomes Trend that quickly becomes a normal. So what is happening is through all of this. We are for ever changing. Certain things forever. They are not a trend here today and gone tomorrow when it goes five months. It's a trend that is here today that will likely become a new normal for workers a new normal for businesses. And remember the people that are living in and through the change over from the old way to the new normals. Regardless of what those normals are, are the same people that will likely be future leaders of corporate America and small businesses. So that those in new trains quickly go into the behavioral patterns off companies and we are..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Should be grateful to God for the blessings he has given us. Don't let anyone America's best days are behind her. We have got to fight for this nation because I believe with all my heart destination is, in fact, one nation under God from financial issues on the Syrian is great to be here. 6 to 363 11 Sand If you want to call, you're welcome to do that. Yesterday. I mentioned that at one o'clock yesterday. The job openings report was coming out of it, if you remember, but just a few months ago, and for a long time. Beyond that we had over seven million job openings. We had more job openings that we have people unemployed and that had been going on for a really long time and So yesterday we were sitting at five million. And they were expecting it to go down to about 4.5 million. And if you remember yesterday, I said, I don't think that's gonna happen. It just is almost impossible. And I don't know if anybody's changing their predictions. But I said yesterday that according to the numbers that we got out last week, we got a number some economic data points last week, I said, it's it's it is extremely unlikely. That that number would go down 1/2 a 1,000,000 up 1/2 a 1,000,000. Maybe, but not down 1/2 a 1,000,000. And so I think that number is going to be up. The number was up. 5.4 million wasn't quite 1/2 a 1,000,000 but it was up 5.4 And I just goes to show that when the ideology sets into so many On Wall Street. When it's all about ideology, like everything is right now, I You can't even imagine how hard it is for me after all these years. It is a whole different world right now of analytics because it is so difficult. Somebody said. What charts? Somebody asked me a few weeks ago. What charts and stuff I look at. Don't look at any I don't. I'd look at the data that is supposedly or should be used to make the charts. I look at on ly data. I don't look at charts. And because I need to know where the data is from that I'm looking at because I got a look at two sets of dating draw to different conclusions. So I have to try to find something is close to a realtor time. Realistic data as you can find. It is really hard to do. It's a lot easier over the last few years. Then it's been the last 10 years before that. But nonetheless, that's what we're looking at, and I was looking at the data last week and saying it's impossible job openings has to go. Up, not down. It is going to be interesting because it is not a data point. Job openings is not a data point that I've ever paid Ah, whole lot of attention to until the last few years. And I think now I'm going to pay a little bit more. There's two things that I'm going to pay paying off. A lot of attention to that is one of the other thing that I'm gonna be watching closely. Is the baby number five is the National Federation independent businesses. That is the small business index Confidence Index Optimism index that comes out And I think that I am going to be watching that. Overy. Closely way have seen a dramatic pickup. I think the next F I B number that comes out is going to be interesting to see if it has changed. Along with their so called surge in the virus. Be interesting will watch that anyway. Job openings numbers up. Why is that important? If you owned a business and you were looking for somebody to come work for you. Would you be advertising in the middle of a national health crisis? Probably not. Would you would you advertise? You have job openings? Would you be looking at taking applications for certain job? Probably not. If you were thinking, if you were shut down during the national health crisis, you are shut down. And you were thinking. You know what? We're getting close to. Maybe reopening and getting back. Would you then advertise to start? Of course you would. That's why it's an important number. So we'll watch that we do have a rag report coming up. And right now, as we look at the index is and what is happening. That is all the major indices there all in positive territory. I most need to say the technology stocks leading away again. I don't know how much longer this can last. But technology stocks up over 1% 1.14%. Technology stocks in the NASDAQ is up that much small caps again. Doing very well. That has been the trend for some time. Now they're up about just over half of 1% SNPs up 3/4 of 1%. Dow's up 3/4 or 1% So that is some good news. Supreme Court's yields religious schools from discrimination suits bought by teachers. That is That is very good for your news. So Last couple of weeks ago, the Supreme Court Was allowing no discrimination and funding in different things for religious schools. Now they're saying, Hey, you you are if you are a teacher. That is a I don't know. That is a religion, hating bashing atheists and you are going to work in a Christian school. The Christian School has every right not to hire you. And you can't sue them. Pointing his Supreme Court so Good news. It helps the school's maintain. Their values. And.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To God for the blessing given us Don't let anyone America's best days behind. We have got to fight for this nation because I believe with all my heart destination is, in fact, more nation of back issues on Syria to be here. 6363 11 calls. You're welcome to do that. Yesterday. I mentioned that at one o'clock yesterday. The job openings report was coming out of it, if you remember but just a few months ago, and for a long time. Beyond that we had over seven million. Job openings. We had more job openings that we have people unemployed and that had been going on for a really long time. And So yesterday we were sitting at five million. And they were expecting it to go down to about 4.5 million. And if you remember yesterday, I said, I don't think that's gonna happen. It just is almost impossible. And I don't know if anybody's changing their predictions. But I said yesterday that according to the numbers that we got out last week, we got a number. Some economic data points last week, I said, is that it's It is extremely unlikely that that number would go down 1/2 a 1,000,000 up 1/2 a 1,000,000. Maybe. But not down 1/2 a 1,000,000. And so I think that number is going to be up. The number was up. 5.4 million wasn't quite 1/2 a 1,000,000 but it was up 5.4 And I just goes to show that when the ideology sets into so many On Wall Street. When it's all about ideology, like everything is right now, I You can't even These years. It is a whole different world right now of analytics because it is so difficult. Somebody said, what charts? Somebody asked me a few weeks ago. What charts and stuff I look at. Don't look at me. I don't I look at the data that is supposedly or should be used to make the charts. I look at on ly data. I don't look at chart. And because I need to know where the data is from that I'm looking at because I got a look at two sets of dating draw to different conclusions. So I have to try to find something is close to a realtor time. Realistic data as you can find. It is really hard to dio. It's a lot easier over the last few years. Then it's been the last 10 years before that. But nonetheless, that's what we're looking at, and I was looking at the data last week and saying it's impossible job openings has to go. Up, not down. It is going to be interesting because it is not A data point job openings is not a data point that I've ever paid Ah, whole lot of attention to until the last few years. And I think now I'm going to pay a little bit more. There's two things I'm going to pay paying off. A lot of attention to that is one of the other thing that I'm gonna be watching closely is the F I B Number five is the National Federation independent businesses. That is the small business index Confidence Index Optimism Index. If comes out, and I think that I am gonna be watching that. Vory. Closely. We have seen a dramatic pick up. I think the next F I B number that comes out is going to be interesting to see if it has changed, along with They're so called surge in the virus. Be interesting will watch that so anyway. Job open, his number's up. Why is that important? If you owned a business and you were looking for somebody to come work for you. Would you be advertising in the middle of a national health crisis? Probably not. Would you? Would you advertise? You have job openings? Would you be looking at taking applications for certain job? Probably not. If you were thinking, if you were shut down during the national health crisis, you were shut down. And you were thinking, You know what? We're getting close to, maybe reopening and getting back. Would you then advertise to start? Of course you would. That's why it's an important number. So we'll watch that we do have a rag report coming up. And right now, as we look at the indexes on what is happening That is all the major indices there all in positive territory. I must say the technology stocks leading away again. I don't know how much longer this can last, but technology stocks up over 1% 1.14%. Technology stocks in the NASDAQ is up that much small caps again doing very well. That has been the trend for some time. Now they're up about just over half of 1%. SNPs up two recorders or 1%. Dow's up 3/4 or 1% So that is some good news. Supreme Court shields religious schools from discrimination suits bought by teachers. That is, that is very good. Are your news so Last couple of weeks ago, the Supreme Court Was allowing no discrimination and funding and different things for religious schools. Now they're saying, Hey, you you are If you are a teacher. That is a I don't know. That is a religion, hating bashing atheists and you are going to work in a Christian school. The Christian School has every right not to hire you. And you can't sue them. For his Supreme Court. So Good news. It helps the school's maintain. Their values. And that's a good.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In amber no not in Amarillo in border Borger Texas I speaking at a luncheon of the the women's Republican many there and so on I'm really excited about that that is this Thursday week day after tomorrow be a border and then we're gonna drive down I'll drive down to Amarillo where I'll be doing a town hall meeting that evening in Amarillo Thursday evening so we start at six thirty one at town hall meeting go to the website finance wishes dot org and get the address of where I will be speaking at the town hall meeting look it doesn't cost anything you don't you just have to come as you are right from wherever you're not gonna need any money there's nothing to buy there's nothing I'm selling well we're gonna be there in Amarillo Texas thanks to kingdom case network and so grateful for them for thank you know all of you when sponsoring that town hall meetings so what a blessing so hopefully you'll come on now Thursday in the last time we were I was in Amarillo was many years ago we had standing room only matter fact some people actually out in the hallway and hopefully that doesn't happen again but you might want to plan for try to get there early but will be in Amarillo again this Thursday evening six thirty and Thursday lunchtime in border Texas I think it's about forty five minutes are from Amarillo so the women of surrounding counties Republicans are getting getting together for a luncheon and asked me to come speak and that's where I'll be at lunch time so maybe I'll come out to that as well and all that is on the website under events I assume that luncheon is open to the public since they allowed me to put it on the website all right six ten three six three eleven ten if your if your call going to thank all of you that a partner with the ministry again this twenty dollar a month soldiers that we are trying to create it keeps coming in and thankful to all of you that continue to participate and I just pray that god will continue to nudge the hearts of everybody out there listening I know that's not going to happen or if he does some people not might not all recognize that little check in their spirit but none the less I sure hope that he is no gene everybody I believe that he continues to do our work this was his idea not mine twenty dollars a month and grateful to all of you in Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Virginia Ohio California air to from California how how WHYY somebody from Hawaii that is come alongside us a soldier so so grateful thank you so much for that six ten three six three eleven ten N. F. I. B. national federation independent businesses number came out this morning small business more than half of the economy can you any were a mark of all economic streak posting a gain of six tenths of one percent to one oh two point five that is versus eighty one old one point eight in the month of September so month of October looking very good for small business is extremely optimistic I was very concerned that there may be some are pessimism coming into small businesses as a result of not being able to find enough people to work but they continue to move forward and what a blessing that is our small businesses in America the number one employer in America the trump administration has made it easier for small businesses to establish not only that the economy is stronger and a great time of year to establish so very good news for the economy for October's optimism all of this optimism hated into White Christmas shopping I've been saying that a lot because I believe that we are going to continue to see a lot of optimism and a lot of good numbers going into the retail shopping season I mean think about a Black Friday is what three weeks away three weeks away from Black Friday so it's all going to start underneath an umbrella of great consumer confidence spending and income along with a great deal of optimism coming out of small business is so very exciting times we've got low gasoline prices and that is going to remain through the shopping season in all likelihood if anything I may even get lower so very good news we have nothing Howard Dean no on certainties tugging on our discretionary income and let me just tell you speaking of discretionary income Samaritan ministries that's the house sharing ministering the only one that I endorse and recommend and is the one that has come alongside us we came along them after after a very long vetting process they were the only our health care sharing ministry that would allow me to fully vet them and that's the only reason really why I went with them they are they how sharing that we use here in the ministries I can speak from personal experience and so can our senior producer here with his his daughter daughter which happens to be my granddaughter and experience they had with some surgery through a pediatric god nor nor out no neurological pediatric surgeon and out what a blessing and you know no no bills coming out of that all paid for but Samaritan ministries announced today that they just reached fifty million all month and shares their now sharing fifty million dollars a month I can't I don't know that's a huge number can you imagine.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"S. deal with China might be nearing despite recent tough talk from president trump the gains snapped a three day losing streak for the S. and P. five hundred though the benchmark index remains on track for another weekly decline the S. and P. five hundred rose nineteen point five six two three one one two the Dow Jones industrial average climbed a hundred and forty six point nine seven to twenty seven six forty nine former US president Jimmy Carter was released from the hospital after being treated for a urinary tract infection Carter age ninety five was discharged from Phoebe Sumpter Medical Center in Americus Georgia according to Carter center spokeswoman Deanna Colangelo Carter has overcome several health challenges in recent years he's been diagnosed with melanoma in two thousand fifteen announcing that the cancer had spread to other parts of his body after partial removal of his liver treatment for brain lesions radiation and immunotherapy he said he was cancer free of fall last spring required him to get hip replacement surgery then on October sixty his head in another fall and received fourteen stitches but still traveled to Nashville Tennessee to help build a habitat for humanity home shortly thereafter he fractured his pelvis in a later fall and was briefly hospitalized last month Carter was released from Emory University hospital in Atlanta after recovering from surgery to relieve pressure on his brain calls from bleeding from another fall for USA radio news I'm John hunt often not know where the the company this reprimand so effectually also three do you know where we align reality with true conservative talk radio you can count on financial issues that you need to know a week in defense and energy policy we have five government that common sense we all use now dance welcome back to it is great to be here it is Tuesday November twelfth just a reminder I am speaking at a luncheon in amber no not in Amarillo in border Borger Texas as he can at a luncheon of the the women's Republican committee there and so I'm really excited about that that is this Thursday week day after tomorrow be a border and then we're gonna drive down I'll drive down to Amarillo where I'll be doing a town hall meeting that evening in Amarillo Thursday evening so we start at six thirty on a town hall meeting go to the website finance wishes dot org and get the address of where I will be speaking at the town hall meeting look it doesn't cost anything you don't you just have to come as you are right from wherever you're not gonna need any money there's nothing to buy there's nothing I'm selling but we're gonna be there in Amarillo Texas thanks to kingdom change network and so grateful for them for thank you to all of you sponsoring that town hall meetings so what a blessing so hopefully you'll come on now Thursday in the last time we were I was in Amarillo was many years ago we had standing room only and our fax some people actually out in the hallway and hopefully that doesn't happen again but you might want to plan for try to get there early but will be in Amarillo again this Thursday evening six thirty and Thursday lunchtime in border Texas I think it's about forty five minutes are from Amarillo so the women of surrounding counties Republicans are getting getting together for a luncheon and asked me to come speak and that's where I'll be at lunch time so maybe I'll come out to that as well and all that is on the website under events I assume that luncheon is open to the public since they allowed me to put it on the website all right six ten three six three eleven ten if your if your call going to thank all of you that a partner with the ministry again this twenty dollar a month soldiers that we are trying to create it keeps coming in and thankful to all of you that continue to participate and I just pray that god will continue to nudge the hearts of everybody out there listening and I know that's not going to happen or if he does some people not might not all recognize that little check in their spirit but none the less I sure hope that he is not yet everybody I believe that he continues to do a work this was his idea not mine twenty dollars a month and grateful to all of you in Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Virginia Ohio California air to from California how how widely somebody from Hawaii that is come alongside us a soldier so so grateful thank you so much for that six three six three eleven and N. F. R. E. B. national federation independent businesses number came out this morning small business more than half of the economy can you a remarkable economic streak posting a gain of six tenths of one percent a one oh two point five that is versus eighty one old one point eight in the month of September so month of October looking very good first of all business is extremely optimistic I was very concerned that there may be some art pessimism coming into small businesses as a result of not being able to find enough people to work but they continue to move forward and what a blessing that is our small businesses in America the number one employer in America the trump administration has made it easier for small businesses to establish not only that the economy is stronger and a great time of year to establish so very good news for the economy for October's optimism all of this optimism Hey White Christmas shopping I've been saying that a lot because I believe that we are going to continue to see a lot of optimism and a lot of good numbers going into the retail shopping season I mean think about a Black Friday is what three weeks away three weeks away from Black Friday so it's all going to start underneath an umbrella of great consumer confidence spending and income along with a great deal of optimism company out of small businesses it's so very exciting time we've got local gasoline prices and that is going to remain through job in season in all likelihood if anything it made me get lower so very good news we have nothing how do you know on certain she's talking on our discretionary income and let me just tell you speaking of discretionary income some merit in ministry that's the house sharing ministry the only one that I endorse and recommend and is the one that has come alongside us we came along them after after a very long vetting process they were the only our health care sharing ministry that would allow me to fully vet them and that's the only reason really why I went with them they are they how sharing that we use here in the ministries I can speak from personal experience and so can our senior producer here with.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"November twelfth just a reminder I am speaking at a luncheon in amber no not in Amarillo in border Borger Texas I speaking at a luncheon of the the women's Republican many there and so on I'm really excited about that that is this Thursday we day after tomorrow be a border and then we're gonna drive down I'll drive down to Amarillo where I'll be doing a town hall meeting that evening in Amarillo Thursday evening so we start at six thirty on a town hall meeting go to the website finance wishes dot org and get the address of where I will be speaking at the town hall meeting look it doesn't cost anything you don't you just have to come as you are right from wherever you're not gonna need any money there's nothing to buy there's nothing I'm selling we're gonna be there in Amarillo Texas thanks to kingdom change the network and so grateful for them for thank you know all of you sponsoring that town hall meetings so what a blessing so hopefully you'll come on now Thursday in the last time we were I was in Amarillo was many years ago we had standing room only matter fact some people actually out in the hallway and hopefully that doesn't happen again but you might want to plan for try to get there early but will be in Amarillo again this Thursday evening six thirty and Thursday lunchtime in border Texas I think it's about forty five minutes from Amarillo so the women of surrounding counties Republicans are getting getting together for a luncheon and asked me to come speak and that's where I'll be at lunch time so maybe I'll come out to that as well and all that is on the website under events I assume that luncheon is open to the public since they allowed me to put it on the website all right six ten three six three eleven ten if your if your call going to thank all of you that a partner with the ministry again this twenty dollar a month soldiers that we are trying to create it keeps coming in and thankful to all of you that continue to participate and I just pray that god will continue to nudge the hearts of everybody out there listening I know that's not going to happen or if he does some people not might not all recognize that little check in their spirit but none the less I sure hope that he is not you everybody I believe that he continues to do our work this was his idea not mine twenty dollars a month and grateful to all of you in Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Virginia Ohio California air to from California how how WHYY somebody from Hawaii that is come alongside us a soldier so so grateful thank you so much for that six nine three six three alignment and and after I'd be national federation independent businesses number came out this morning small business more than half of the economy can you any were a mark of all economic streak posting a gain of six tenths of one percent a one oh two point five that is versus eighty one old one point eight in the month of September so month of October looking very good for small business is extremely optimistic I was very concerned that there may be some are pessimism coming into small businesses as a result of not being able to find enough people to work but they continue to move forward and what a blessing that is our small businesses in America the number one employer in America the trump administration has made it easier for small businesses to establish not only that the economy is stronger and a great time of year to establish so very good news for the economy for October's optimism all of this optimism Hey didn't show White Christmas shopping I've been saying that a lot because I believe that we are going to continue to see a lot of optimism and a lot of good numbers going into the retail shopping season I mean think about a Black Friday is what three weeks away three weeks away from Black Friday so it's all going to start underneath an umbrella of great consumer confidence spending an income along with a great deal of optimism coming out of small business is so very exciting times we've got low gasoline prices and that is going to remain through the shopping season in all likelihood if anything I may even get lower so very good news we have nothing Howard Dean no on certainties tugging on our discretionary income and let me just tell you speaking of discretionary income Samaritan ministries that's the house sharing ministry the only one that I endorse and recommend and is the one that has come alongside us we came along them after after a very long vetting process they were the only our health care sharing ministry that would allow me to fully vet them and that's the only reason really why I went with them they are at the house sharing that we use here in the ministries I can speak from personal experience and so can our senior producer here with his his out daughter daughter which happens to be my granddaughter and experience they had with some surgery through a pediatric nor nor Oct neurological pediatric surgeon and now what a blessing and you know no no bills coming out of that all paid for but Samaritan ministries announced today that they just reach fifty million all month shares they're now sharing fifty million dollars a month I can't I don't know that's a huge number can you imagine.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"They get a hope all they want but it is extremely unlikely that it's going to have an impact on the underlying fundamentals of the economy in the market now tomorrow tomorrow we are getting out NFIB index number sentiment index small business national federation of independent business is very very important index and were up slightly right now about one oh one point two or three the number coming out to Mars the October confidence numbers of small business if it goes down which I hope it does in but if it goes down it's not going to be a big deal because even if it goes below hundred still going to be the highest number more than nine years ten years but it's not likely to go down but if it does it's going to go down because of a concern that more and more of our members that are via survey this is made up of an organization this organization made up about six thousand independent businesses small business the largest employer in this country so it is their sentiment I would expect that this same sentiment negative sentiment about being able to hire people is going to be a big piece of the number and if that has picked up and I suspected a high as based on the fact that we still have seven million job openings that can't be filled I would bank if I could talk to anybody in Washington right now it would be somebody that you would be very surprised by it would be Ken Cuccinelli and I would say to can can we've got to get legal immigration on board a day we've got a get extreme line we've got to make it more open there are tens of thousands of workers around the world that want to come here to get opportunity for their family their children themselves Jim all right into the American culture they're happy to do it they want to come here and why the American flag proudly we need to find them and they're not gonna be hard to find and we need to streamline the process because we are not we are not going to be able to maintain a thriving economy if we don't have workers in the economy to fill these positions and the answer is a legal immigration system that is the answer so he would be the guide I want to talk to I only can coach and now he's going to talk to me but I think that's I mean maybe well but that's the guy we want to talk to that's the guy we want to hear from because we are going to maintain the momentum that we have right now in the economic strength of this economy we've got to have workers show going back to the NFIB so the national federation independent business sentiment index is down a bit I would suspect I don't know this for certain but I will suspect that it is going to be because there is a larger group of those surveyed that are struggling in now start to have concerns with being able to fill positions in their company so all the money in the world all the expansion in the world doesn't mean much if you can't get workers and that's why I say Ken Cuccinelli has a very important role in this economy and I suspect it's a lot more important than he even realizes so anyway that I mean there are a couple things that we've got to be concerned about as we move forward for the rest of this week in the rest of this month for certain this week's markets this week's markets going to trade on the face you think and president trump's speak that's what's going to drive it secondly anything else that's what's going to drive it I mean US China trying to our minister of of commerce to come out and say something that could be very optimistic that would help but the president's going to have to either confirm or not and that might be a problem we wanna make sure that the president is confirming this so anyway by the way the ten year the ten year yield twenty three basis that is a search I know it's only one point nine four percent but none the less it is a search that is reason to be optimistic that is good reason to be optimistic so that's something else so we've got to be thinking about as we move forward remember we've got the whole left there is nothing they can do folks you've got to understand that you can not be paying attention I know I get thousands of emails every day and people concerned about what they're hearing in mainstream media mainstream media is desperately trying to have a self fulfilling prophecy of a recession they have to which all they have told again hope for I'm not gonna tell you if there was ever going to be a president it's only been one president reelected during a recession I was worried about if there's ever going to be a president reelected again during a recession is gonna be president trump because you look at the field is the only one that's going to be able to pull us out of it and I think the average.

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Two six ten three six three eleven said if your if your call six three six three eleven ten I mentioned the and I and if I'd be the national federation independent businesses survey index on confidence among small business operators and it is down and it has been going down a bit so we came off a very high record high and so that you know it's not good news we start to see that happening the question is gonna look deeper into what was survey and some of the things that they're concerned about worried about is as a result of a thriving economy so I know it's kind of hard to get a handle on that but obviously companies are going to grow and companies are gonna be optimistic about growing if they can't get the employees they need to grow with so there may be opportunity for them to expand their maybe financing out there which there definitely is for them to expand but look with out employees is not going to happen and I again I harkened back to an article I wrote that we've got to have a good legal immigration system now we have not had that in a long time we got to streamline the system we've got allow people to come in I I'll tell you I would be the first in line to be looking at legal immigrants that have technology background the higher I'm gonna you know I'm gonna be one of those first small businesses are to be in line to do that but again we don't have a streamlined system by which I could go overseas and recruit some very capable people but then trying to get him here to work as a whole nother story and therein lies the problem so you know we've got to get this system straightened out and I don't know I don't know I'm not saying we haven't but I don't know we made any headway on any of that six ten three six three eleven ten six ten three six three all eleven ten if you wanna queue your call up now would be a good time.

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Folks, if you are a partner, would you go to the website the commentary section for this morning. I did add onto their onto the commentary section this morning. Just a little idea of some of my concerns. We also don't forget next week. We have a conference call. I suspect that I might have a conference call even before that. So if you are a partner, you don't wanna miss that. Please. Make sure you stay tuned for all of that. We're trying to move. I'm trying to as fast as I can try to keep you informed as much as I can. And on preparing the number of things in order to do that. We're going to right now preparing them for the conference call which I believe is next Thursday. I'm not sure I don't remember the exact date, but I know it's an extra week sometime. So we're looking forward to that. And I want, you know, make sure that you tune in to check in with that conference call very very important. And if we have another one before that I will let you know. But I did put a little information over some of the things that I am looking watching for some of the things I've already said here this morning on the commentary section of our website. So next Thursday is our conference call by the way, NFL bay the national federation independent business survey came out this morning. It was up, and I gotta tell you what I saw that took a little bit of a sigh of relief. That's very good news. It's out one tenth of one percent. So it's one or one point eight. So we're staying still above that one hundred Mark. And that is very good news the but the better news. That's good news. That's great. But the better news yet is the uncertainty index index on certainty and the certainty index actually dropped to seventy nine. And that that means it's returning to a more more normal levels of uncertainty that that small business companies have and so that is good news to see that drop. So not a lot of uncertainty pretty important that we continue to see that optimism grow. And we are seeing behind the largest employer in the nation, which is small business. Still stay. Very very optimistic. So that is that is good news will watch will why I'm glad the uncertainty because uncertainty is the worst thing possible that we can have high numbers on. We don't wanna see that. So we did see that drop. And that is good news. So we'll watch it. But some of their concerns remain the same. You know, the ability to hire find people that still a concern opportunity for hiring is high. That's good. But it's not good. If you can't find people the higher that it becomes a problem. So plans to increase employment companies that are looking to increase employment was up eighteen percent. That's very very good. And that was one of the numbers that was up current job openings. Were of. They asked a question is this a good time to expand that was up. To twenty three percent that was higher earnings trend up again. So that is so we have some really good current inventories. That was a little bit negative that was down on a bit. And people that expected business that expected credit conditions to get negative that was a little bit more negative right now, we're watching the indices take it on the chin as we look at the Dallas down about three quarters of one percent right now. So down about three quarters of one percent. The NASDAQ is down about just over a third of one percent the SMP's about Dan about two-thirds of one percent. And again, the Dow is. Down just over three quarters of one percent. So anyway, that's where we are right now. And we'll see how that how that holes that's going to continue to to. Struggle as we move forward. I let's go to phones. Eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Our partner. Would you go to the website the commentary section for this morning? I did add onto their onto the commentary section this morning. Just a little idea of some of my concerns. We also don't forget next week. We have a conference call. I suspect that I might have a conference call even before that. So if you are a partner, you don't wanna miss that. Please. Make sure you stay tuned for all of that. We're trying to move. I'm trying to as fast as I can try to keep you informed as much as I can. And on preparing a number of things in order to do that. We're going to right now preparing them for the conference call which I believe is next Thursday. I'm not sure I don't remember the exact date, but I know it's an extra week sometime. So we're looking forward to that. And I want to make sure that you tune in and check in with that conference. Call very very important. And if we have another one before that. I will let you know. But I did put a little information over some of the things that I am looking for some of the things I've already said here this morning on the commentary section of our website. So next Thursday is our conference call by the way, NF I being the national federation independent business survey came out this morning. It was up, and we I I gotta tell you what I saw that took a little bit of a sigh of relief. That's very good news. It's out one tenth of one percent. So it's one or one point eight. So we're staying still above that one hundred Mark. And that is very good news the but the better news. That's good news. That's great. But the better news yet is the uncertainty index index of uncertainty and the incertainty index actually dropped to seventy nine and that that means returning to more more normal levels of uncertainty that that. Small business companies have and so that is good news to see that drop. So not a lot of uncertainty pretty important that we continue to see that optimism grow. And we are seeing behind the largest employer in the nation, which is small business still stay very very optimistic. So that is that is good news will watch or why I'm glad the uncertainty because on certainty is the worst thing possible that we can have high numbers on. We don't wanna see that. So we did see that drop. And that is good news. So we'll watch it. But some of their concerns remain the same. You know, the ability to hire find people that is still a concern opportunity for. Hiring is high. That's good. But it's not good. If you can't find people the higher than it becomes a problem. So plans to increase employment companies that are looking to increase employment was up eighteen percent. That's very very good. And that was one of the numbers that was up current job openings were of. They ask a question is this a good time to expand that was up to twenty three percent that was higher earnings trend up again. So that is so we have some really good current inventories. That was a little bit negative that was down on it. And people that expected business expected credit conditions to get negative that was a little bit more negative right now, we're watching the indices take it on the chin as we look at the Dow is down about we quarters of one percent right now. So down about three quarters of one percent. The NASDAQ is down about just over a third of one percent. The SMP's. About Dan about two-thirds of one percent. And again, the Dow is down just over three quarters of one percent. So anyway, that's where we are right now. And we'll see how that how that holes that's going to continue. Two two. Struggle as we move forward. I let's go to phones..

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"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"national federation independent business" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Our apartment would you go to the website the commentary section for this morning? I did add onto their onto the commentary section this morning. Just a little idea of some of my concerns. We also don't forget next week. We have a conference call. I suspect that I might have a conference call even before that. So if you are a partner, you don't wanna miss that. Please. Make sure you stay tuned for all of that. We're trying to move. I'm trying to as fast as I can try to keep you informed as much as I can. And on preparing the number of things in order to do that. We're going to right now preparing them for the conference call which I believe is next Thursday. I'm not sure I don't remember the exact date, but I know it's an ex week sometime. So we're looking forward to that. And I want to make sure that you tune in and check in with that conference. Call very very important. And if we have another one before that I will let you know. But I did put a little. Information over some of the things that I am looking at watching for some of the things I've already said here this morning on the commentary section of our website. So next Thursday is our conference call by the way, NF IB, the national federation independent business survey came out this morning. It was. Up, and we I gotta tell you what I saw that took a little bit of a Sira leave. That's very good news. It's out one tenth of one percent. So it's a one on one point eight. So we're staying still above that one hundred Mark. And that is very good news. But the better news. That's good news. That's great. But the better news yet is the uncertainty index an index on certainty and the incertainty index actually dropped to seventy nine and that that means returning to more more normal levels of uncertainty that that small business companies have and so that is good news to see that drop. So not a lot of uncertainty pretty important that we get to see that optimism grow. And we are seeing behind the largest employer. In the nation, which is small business. Still stay. Very very optimistic. So that is that is good news will watch. We'll why I'm glad the uncertainty because on certainty is the worst thing possible that we can have high numbers on. We don't wanna see that. So we did see that drop. And that is good news. So we'll watch it. But some of their concerns remain the same. You know, the ability to hire find people that is still a concern. Opportunity for hiring is high. That's good. But it's not good. If he can't find people the higher than it becomes a problem. So plans to increase employment companies that are looking to increase employment was up eighteen percent. That's very very good. And that was one of the numbers that was up current job openings were all. They ask a question is this a good time to expand that was up to twenty three percent that was higher earnings trend up again. So that is so we have some really good current inventories. That was a little bit negative that was down on a bit. And people that expected business expected credit conditions to get negative that was a little bit more negative right now, we're watching the indices take it on the chin as we look at the Dow is down about three quarters of one percent right now. So down about three quarters of one percent. The NASDAQ is down about just over a third of one percent. The SMP's. About Dan about two-thirds of one percent. And again, the Dow is down just over three quarters of one percent. So anyway, that's where we are right now. And we'll see how that how that holes that's going to continue. Two two..

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