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"It's a good lesson. The minutes from the fed's September meeting were released yesterday, and the headline there that policymakers have been surprised by persistently surging prices, even as they raise interest rates to cool off the economy. The Central Bank has raised benchmark rates three full percentage points since March. Let's get back to Becky. Stop me if you've heard this before, that Central Bank officials expect higher interest rates to remain in place until prices come down. This has been the chatter. This has been what everybody knows what everybody expects. And when we got that hotter than expected producer price index number yesterday, that made people that think that this could be a longer haul than even before. I just don't know, how do you know not that you're not going to overshoot? On raising rates? Yeah. How do you know that what they've done this point? How do we know that this isn't going to work? Do we really need to know? But if we go another three quarter, you may be. But if you are looking at inflation that is stubborn, it's so persistent. And if you can do it by continuing to keep, look, it's too terrible choices. Do you kill the economy with higher interest rates? Or do you let people's spending power get completely eaten away by inflation? We talk about Tina's dead. We talk about how attractive four point three, 4.4 is on the, how do we know this isn't enough right now? How do we know this is? Have you ever noticed anything you go further? You know you're going to overshoot and you'd argue that some people clearly people think it's not the fed thinks it's not enough because they look at numbers. Well that's also looking at some of the just look at just how tight the employment picture is. Just straight up feeling whiny. I stopped raising. You don't want them to raise today. No, I want them to go 50. I mean, that would be interesting. The problem is, is that the market would react as if that's the point. But look, they are trying to quell human behavior. And if they go 50 basis points, the markets will think they've broken them. And it will be off to the races again. This is what you watch with Bank of England right now. What's going to happen, right? Is the Bank of England going to actually close the window and say, no more guilt purchases, we're back to quantitative tightening, or they've got their own treasury secretary in effect, who's arguing against the central banker there. You said 2020, guests hold Barbara Walters. How old? 93. Good for her. Guess who doesn't look 80? Don't say me. Go to. Joy behar. Oh, she does not look 80. Did you see the president and First Lady? I hope on my birthday. Yeah. Not for nothing, but they did a long video that they played on that show yesterday. I mean, they love her. Well, you know, that's what you do. No, it's on. That's on Twitter and it was the person who sent it to me wasn't actually saying this is awesome. I mean, it was like, can you, I think they use the word cringe worthy. But yeah, it's a check it out. It's like a minute long. And they were really, really nice. Happy birthday. Yeah, not quite that. Doctor Biden didn't do that. Cheese will be next. Up next on squawk pod, red hot inflation, an aggressive Federal Reserve. It's the 2022 story, the markets can't shake, and we can't stop talking about. We're looking at the policies and the pain still to come, with former Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan. I think there are some things in the supply side you could do to try and mop up inflation, take pressure off the fed, and instead the fed's going to have to do it all on their own. And as a result, yeah, I think we're going to go into a recession. We'll be right back. The CNBC investing club gives you access to Jim Kramer like never before. Know what he's trading before he makes the trade. Get one year for two 9 9 9 9. Subscribe today at CNBC dot com slash join gym that CNBC dot com slash join Jim. Welcome back to squawk pod from CNBC. Up and enter. Q good morning and welcome back to squat box right here on CNBC we're live at the NASDAQ market site in Times Square. I'm interested working along with Joe kernan and Becky quick. This week, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, warning that the United States is likely to tip into a recession in the next 6 to 9 months. And now the latest warning from the IMF lowering its forecast for global growth, saying the worst is yet to come for many people 2023 will feel like a recession. In an interview on CNN, President Biden saying he does not anticipate a recession. It hadn't happened yet. It hadn't, there is no, there's no guarantee that they're going to, I don't think there will be a recession. If it is, it will be a very slight recession. That is, we'll move down slightly. Joining us now is Paul Ryan. He has former Speaker of the House, of course. Today he's a partner at solo mere capital and vice chair at teneo. And Paul, we can add to that. You're also an economics professor at Notre-Dame university. Irish. You are a perfect person to have on to talk about some of these issues right now. This back and forth about recession, is it here? Is it coming? How deep is it going to be? What are your thoughts? Nice to see you all by the way. I can't believe it. Look at you. You haven't changed one bit. Well, thank you, Joe. I'd like to say the same about you. And I touched it. I'm how good you look great. Thank you. I touched your bicep just by accident. And wow. Wow. What? When was this touching? You just grabbed me as I walked out of the cell. I thought it was a little weird for you. You're working out. Sometimes somebody on the back or something, you go, wow. All right. As opposed to the other way where you go, wow, that was mushy. So that has a lot to do with the recession that's coming. So, okay, Becky, you heard the question. I am in the Jamie Dimon camp, not the Joe Biden camp. I think look, the president is going to have to have you talk the economy. He's not going to say we're going into recession. It's going to be awful. He's the president of the United States. He's not going to say that. I think Jamie Dimon is just being a truth teller, seeing things as he sees it. He sits on a mountain of data so that he has a pretty good sense of where things are going. And the problem with the administration is, in my opinion, putting in place the exact wrong fiscal policy. Literally, they're doing the opposite of what they should be doing. In terms of what? They're talking up to action increases. They tried to pass monumental tax increases. They're over regulating their stimulating inflation. They're pumping demand when they should be focusing on the supply side. And they're not doing that. There's a lot more to talk about there. And the supply side is a very good point. Their talk of raising taxes is the opposite of what we've seen from England right now. From the UK, their talk of cutting taxes and the markets hated that too. So yeah. Without getting to the UK issue and Liz truss is internal problems in her caucus. I would say the idea that we're going to raise taxes on businesses is a really bad idea. If we want to have fiscal policy help with the inflation problem and help prevent a recession, it's telling all the businesses in the America, your taxes are going up, don't take risks, don't take investments. Is a bad idea. And that's exactly what the government's doing today. You have within two to three years, massive expiring provisions. We call it section we're not 9 a, all small businesses. Businesses that are not C corps, the vast majority of businesses have a giant tax increase coming. And the administration is preparing for that to happen. Expensing is going to be expiring. That is the most important policy you can put in place, full expensing, to increase productivity, increase jobs, soak up access demand, reduce inflation, take pressure off the Federal Reserve, and the administration is doing nothing about that. And I think there's some things they could do in labor force, frankly, on welfare reform to attach benefits to work for able bodied people. And frankly, I'd love to do immigration reform. That's the one that's gotten away from us for years. But I think there are some things in the supplies that you could do to try and mop up inflation. Take pressure off the fed, and instead the fed's going to have to do it all on their own. And as a result, yeah, I think we're
The Paul Finebaum Show
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"Were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And welcome back to the show and Jeff is up next in Columbus, Ohio. Hello, Jeff. What's going on, Paul? Jeff. I mean, Paul falls in the air, but man. 65 here in sea bus fall and first of all. I think today's the first official day, isn't it? I don't know, but it was about 94 today. It's common fall at 65. It was 95 yesterday. Time to get the sweatshirt out, my man. Okay. It's football season. What? I didn't realize it was football season, but thanks for telling us. Well, I'm just saying the climate makes it feel more like it. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, sure. I mean, you said we have a play, dude, buddy, so it's probably not even started yet, Paul. Well, you guys played Notre-Dame Notre-Dame university of Notre-Dame in the first game. That was allegedly a good game. Right? Then you cracked on me about playing Toledo and the hell the SEC's playing the whole Mac conference this weekend, Paul. Well, we want to get it out of the way before we get to the real stuff next week. That's right. Hey, how about Griffith? He's a beauty. Man, I mean, Griff, Chris, Chris. Blues and holsters and folks, career a minute ago, didn't he? Yeah, but he doesn't in the backhanded way. You gotta that's what I like about Griffin. You guys just come firing. He likes to catch him on the out the door. You know what I mean? No. You said they were hanging on by a shoe string or something like that. What the hell do you mean by that? Well, I mean, Griff Scott has guys and he is the most, I mean, in addition to making sure he's got a good backdrop. I mean, yeah, I mean, obviously he didn't want to be around the Ken state game this weekend. It had enough of had enough of that league. No. Yeah, hey, I heard you talk to that guy in Jersey. If your wife thinks you're an attorney or a paralegal Paul. No, I don't think she would be happy with a paralegal. I did the best I can and convincing her that I have a legitimate job. Yeah. But I thought it was pretty ironic. I wish that guy a long and happy marriage, of course. But why in the hell is a guy that listens to the fine bomb show and calls the fine bomb show? Having a wedding on a Saturday afternoon and football season at 1 o'clock on a Saturday. I didn't quite get that. Did you? Jeff, I don't know. I mean, I'll tell you a funny story. Many, many years ago, you talk about crazy. This was back in the 80s. One of my closest friends at the newspaper I worked for. He covered sports, okay? He decided to get married and he told me the date and I said, are you out of your mind? He said, well, the guy was a little bit dense sometimes. And I mean, I mean, smart, but dense in terms of common sense, I said, you realize you're getting married on the same day as the Tennessee Alabama game at legion field. He goes, oh, really? So, I mean, I was like his best friend, so I covered the game, I mean, rushed out as fast as I could, and I got there, I got to the church, it was like about 5 30 or something. Literally as the ceremony was beginning, but I mean, it's one thing if a fan does it, how about a guy who covers college football? Have you ever heard anything that crazy? No. That'd be like him may get having a wedding. Just 1 o'clock on a Saturday. Is in the business, I might add. But he should have gotten out of that. He should have gotten out that day. And here's a real problem. It wasn't like this was somebody I did. I introduced him to his wife. Wow. That's unbelievable. But Paul the hell was going to Jersey Shore for that 5 30 reception. If you're going to fly out, you need to get up here to see my fly straight into Steve. What do you have next week? Huh? Well, who you got next week? Oh, that's right. This isn't this weekend, is it? Okay, we got Wisconsin Saturday night national game of the week on ABC hurry. I saw that. Yeah, we were talking to Fowler to mar who's going to be in Columbus. Yeah. Yeah, I think after if he can track me down, Paul, but anyway, hey, the way this season started, Paul with the transfer portal and everything. I think given some of these teams some talent that they've never had access to before, I'm starting to come around to thinking this 12 team playoffs going to work. I really do. No, I think it's going to be very exciting because suddenly, instead of the same conversation, the narrative has to be recalibrated. Yeah. I mean, you'll have 20. Teams in the room. Right, but I think we're going to end up with the same teams at the end of this playoff typically. But those first round games. 6 through 12 games, they could be really, really. I mean, that's the whole point. Now, December is a wash. I mean, nothing in the middle of December is a complete wasteland. And now it's going to be nonstop every week. And ultimately, that's really, that's going to be really exciting. Anyway, we have to go to a break. We have a guest coming up. We will be back with much more right after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast.
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"It is deeply disturbing to all of us This is a tight knit community They care about each other We care about everyone And our hearts are broken Huckel was interviewed on ABC's this week Finland is applying to join NATO in an historic move after neighboring Russia's invasion of Ukraine That made Finland think twice about its preference to stay out of NATO Finland's prime minister sanna Marin joined the country's president today We haven't had any indication in NATO that there would be any problems for Finland's or Sweden's membership in NATO we have all the capabilities We are already very interlinked with NATO and we are close partners to NATO We're also hearing now that Sweden's social Democrats will quote workforce Sweden to apply for membership in NATO that according to the party in a statement today Saudi Aramco posted its highest profit since the record stock market listing after oil prices surged in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine Aramco which last week surpassed Apple to become the world's most valuable company made net income of 39 and a half $1 billion up 82% from a year earlier That's when global energy demand was still being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic Quarterly results from Walmart and target will come out this week showing how big box retailers are handling supply chain and labor challenges They'll also shed light on consumer spending patterns and mid rising inflation Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Your listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio Still to come this hour inflation threatens Democrats all re dim chances of holding on to Congress after midterm elections I talked to President Biden's senior adviser gene sperling about The White House plan to bring inflation down and for the view from the other side of the aisle I spoke with Republican senator Tom tillis of North Carolina But first the pandemic triggered an enormous fiscal response from Congress as the Biden administration wrote checks to families across the country struggling with the lockdown Some are now questioning whether that's causing the inflation that we're seeing James Sullivan Professor of economics at Notre-Dame university has co authored a study looking at the effects of the fiscal stimulus on American households and he took us through the results Kind of that main takeaway from this is that when you look at households that are the most material disadvantaged say the poorest households We find that spending or consumption does not fall noticeably in the first few months of the pandemic And it's helpful to kind of remind people what was going on then So we're talking about April May June through the rest of 2020 in April of 2020 we saw the largest one month decline in an employment on record and aggregate consumption so total spending by households in the United States fell sharply But what we didn't see was a decline in spending at the bottom of the distribution which is perhaps the group that we were most concerned about in the early days of the pandemic Do we have a sense of how they managed to do that Was that because of some of the government checks that were written Yeah so if you look at the balance sheets for these households it's very unlikely that they're able to maintain consumption through their own means There's a little bit of access to credit but not enough to maintain consumption when income falls They don't have a lot of savings to account for this So really the main driver of this is that we allocated over $1.5 trillion in the form of unemployment insurance benefits and stimulus payments and those were targeted towards lower income households and the important policy question was was that enough at that time and how big of a role did it play And what we show is that those payments were critically important for helping these households maintain consumption when income and employment were unusually low At the same time the effects on households was not distributed evenly according to socioeconomic status at the top end of the spectrum It was a different result Yeah so that's the other interesting finding which is remember I said that total consumption so aggregate consumption across all host households fell And the reason that happened is because we did see a decline in consumption for households further up the distribution So think of a high income or high wealth households And this we see this when we look at say households with a head that's graduated from college And their consumption fell for a number of reasons It's important to point out that their income didn't fall So what's happening is we're seeing that due to the uncertainty as the pandemic set in a lot of these households started to save So they save more because of they weren't sure what was going to happen in the future And consumption fell There was also a noticeable shift right So many of those further up the consumption distribution were now working from home so they weren't traveling So we see sharp declines in spending on say gasoline and motor oil they weren't going to restaurants And so we see sharp declines in food away from home And so the pandemic really had a shift in the kinds of things that these households consume not just not just which households saw a decline in consumption So professor did your research indicate to you or do you otherwise know how much of this might be accounted for by the very structure of households in the for example bottom decile as opposed to the top decile It's often been thought that a big difference is that in the bottom just out they don't have much choice but to spend an awful lot of their income because they're real necessities as opposed to as you go up the spectrum it's more discretionary That's certainly reinforced with our work And because they don't have the bottom of the consumption distribution doesn't have a lot of flexibility in terms of how they spend their income They were particularly exposed at the beginning of the pandemic We know that employment fell sharply And it was disproportionately the loss of jobs was those at the lower end of the earnings distribution So these were the households that took the biggest hit and there wasn't a safety net there for them Short in the short run Short of the government response And so that really emphasizes the key role that the government response played at.
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"This is a special report mass shooting in Buffalo authorities are identifying the alleged buffalo supermarket shooter Peyton gendron was charged with first degree murder on Saturday night This comes after 13 people were shot ten of which were killed Saturday afternoon at a top supermarket gendron who was 18 pleaded not guilty He also told the judge he can not afford his own attorney and that he understands his charges Authorities believe the shooting may have been racially motivated Mayor Byron brown says gendron is not from buffalo The shooter traveled hours from outside this community to perpetrate this crime on the people of buffalo Gendron reportedly drove from near the New York Pennsylvania border to commit the shooting President Biden and the First Lady are praying for those who have been lost and for their loved ones White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre said Biden has been briefed by Homeland Security I'm Chris coraggio And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Goldman Sachs Group agreed to a $79.5 million settlement with shareholders who blamed a lax oversight by the bank for its costly involvement in the one MDB bribery scandal That settlement will be paid by insurers for Lloyd blankfein Goldman's former chief executive officer David Solomon it's current CEO and ten other current and former bank executives online according to papers filed Friday in federal court in Manhattan Researchers at the Massachusetts institute of technology say they found a potential new tool in the fight against global warming The Wall Street Journal reports they soaked an odor eating clay used in cat boxes in a copper solution to create a compound that they say snatches methane from passing air and turns it into carbon dioxide that's a much less harmful greenhouse gas Just as clarence Thomas said the leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision has done deep damage to the institution speaking at a conference in Dallas Friday media reports from The Washington Post and others said Thomas characterized at the disclosure as having exposed the fragile nature of the court John Manley an equity strategist who was renowned on Wall Street as much for his sharp wit as his takes on the market has died More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Manly was 68 he died may 2nd at his home in la Quinta California of natural causes this according to an obituary written by his family manly spent more than four decades analyzing markets starting out at Smith Barney in 1979 before eventually landing the role of chief equity strategist at Wells Fargo funds management group which is now all spring global investments Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer this is Bloomberg Your listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio Still to come this hour inflation threatens Democrats all re dim chances of holding on to Congress after midterm elections I talked to President Biden's senior adviser gene sperling about The White House plan to bring inflation down and for the view from the other side of the aisle I spoke with Republican senator Tom tillis of North Carolina But first the pandemic triggered an enormous fiscal response from Congress as the Biden administration wrote checks to families across the country struggling with the lockdown Some are now questioning whether that's causing the inflation that we're seeing James Sullivan Professor of economics at Notre-Dame university has co authored a study looking at the effects of the fiscal stimulus on American households and he took us through the results Kind of that main takeaway from this is that when you look at households that are the most material disadvantaged say the poorest households We find that spending or consumption does not fall noticeably in the first few months of the pandemic And it's helpful to kind of remind people what was going on then So we're talking about April May June through the rest of 2020 In April of 2020 we saw the largest one month decline in employment on record and aggregate consumption so total spending by households in the United States fell sharply But what we didn't see was a decline in spending at the bottom of the distribution which is perhaps the group that we were most concerned about in the early days of the pandemic Do we have a sense of how they managed to do that Was that because of some of the government checks that were written Yeah so if you look at the balance sheets for these households it's very unlikely that they're able to maintain consumption through their own means There's a little bit of access to credit but not enough to maintain consumption when income falls They don't have a lot of savings to account for this So really the main driver of this is that we allocated over $1.5 trillion in the form of unemployment insurance benefits and stimulus payments and those were targeted towards lower income households and the important policy question was that enough at that time and how big of a role did it play and what we show is that those payments were critically important for helping these households maintain consumption when income and employment were unusually low At the same time the effects on households was not distributed evenly according to socioeconomic status At the top end of the spectrum it was a different result Yeah so that's the other interesting finding which is where I said that total consumption So aggregate consumption across all host households fell And the reason that happened is because we did see a decline in consumption for households further up the distribution So think of a high income or high wealth households And that we see this when we look at say households with a head that's graduated from college And their consumption fell for a number of reasons That's important to point out that their income didn't fall So what's happening is we're seeing that due to the uncertainty as the pandemic set in a lot of these households started to save So they saved more because of they weren't sure what was going to happen in the future And consumption fell There was also a noticeable shift right So many many of those further up the consumption distribution were now working from home so they weren't traveling So we see sharp declines in spending on say gasoline and motor oil They weren't going to restaurants And so we see sharp declines in food away from home And so the pandemic really had a shift in kind of the kinds of things that these households consume not just not just which households saw a decline in consumption So professor did your research indicate to you or do you otherwise know how much of this might be accounted for by the very structure of households in the for example bottom decile as opposed to the top decile it's often been thought that a big difference is that in the bottom decile they don't have much choice but to spend an awful lot of their income because they're real necessities as opposed to as you go up the spectrum it's more discretionary That's certainly reinforced with our work And because they don't have the bottom of the consumption distribution doesn't have a lot of flexibility in terms of how they spend their income They were particularly exposed at the beginning of the pandemic We know that employment fell sharply And it was disproportionately the loss of jobs was those at the lower end of the earnings distribution So these were the households that took the biggest hit and there wasn't a safety net there for them Short in the short run Short of the government response And so that really emphasizes the key role that the government response played at in the early phases of the pandemic Thanks to Notre-Dame economics professor James Sullivan Coming up inflation threatens Democrats already dim chances of holding.
Bloomberg Radio New York
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"With the insights you didn't know you needed I'm walking my dog when I'm taking Steve around the block Steve is next to dog Yes Steve Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller My dream scenario is that Paul sells his house then the bubble bursts and then I can find one We do mornings at ten eastern Never met Steve On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com A house panel is launching an investigation into the nationwide baby formula shortage The oversight committee is pressing manufacturers on steps they're taking to address the issue Democrats requested documents about the shortage from heads of four formula companies which lawmakers say control 90% of the market Trump Arab pandemic restrictions on immigrants seeking asylum in the U.S. will remain in place That's the ruling from a judge hearing the case involving the temporary restraining order against ending title 42 Since 2020 it's been used more than 1.8 million times to deny migrants a chance to seek asylum in the U.S. due to COVID restrictions The White House is pushing Congress harder to authorize billions of dollars in additional COVID funding We are having bipartisan bicameral discussions about why we need this funding what the consequences will be if we do not have it And those are significant Press secretary Jen Psaki I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet That Bloomberg world headquarters Stocks came roaring back at the end of a chaotic week with a little help from fed chair Jay Powell who reassured markets that bigger rate hikes will be off the table for now even after the hot inflation readings of the past few days Mike Schumacher is head of rate strategy at Wells Fargo securities We think the market has to price a lot more tightening by the fed And the reason is policy makers are talking tough And I know the markets faded the fed countless times over the last 15 years This one does feel different Powell's basically penciled in 50 for the next couple of meetings So we think there's a pretty good chance that that terminal rate gets up to three 75 over the next few months Mike Schumacher of Wells Fargo securities so the week's big story has been rising inflation and how the fed responds Megan Greene is global chief economist at the Kroll institute and a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy school If we have a weaker economy that undermines demand and so that can take some of the heat off inflation and that's pretty much all the fed has got to work with The fed can't do much about supply side actions And I tend to actually think that it's the supply side factors that are overwhelming demand side factors on inflation right now Megan Greene of the Kroll institute investors are also keeping an eye on rising bond yields Brian Weinstein as head of global fixed income at Morgan Stanley investment management Bonds of these yield levels deserve a piece of the conversation again You can get 7 8% yields and high yield You can get three in treasuries You can get in between other places So at least they deserve to be discussed again we're back at 1% not so much Brian Weinstein of Morgan Stanley S&P up today by 93 points up 2.4% the Dow up 466 up one and a half percent NASDAQ was up 3.8% global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie pallet This is Bloomberg You're listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio Still to come this hour inflation threatens Democrats already dim chances of holding on to Congress after midterm elections I talked to President Biden's senior adviser gene sperling about The White House plan to bring inflation down and for the view from the other side of the aisle I spoke with Republican senator Tom tillis of North Carolina But first the pandemic triggered an enormous fiscal response from Congress as the Biden administration wrote checks to families across the country struggling with the lockdown Some are now questioning whether that's causing the inflation that we're seeing James Sullivan Professor of economics at Notre-Dame university has co authored a study looking at the effects of the fiscal stimulus on American households and he took us through the results Kind of that main takeaway from this is that when you look at households that are the most material disadvantaged say the poorest households We find that spending or consumption does not fall noticeably in the first few months of the pandemic And it's helpful to kind of remind people what was going on then So we're talking about April May June through the rest of 2020 In April of 2020 we saw the largest one month decline in employment on record and aggregate consumption so total spending by households in the United States fell sharply But what we didn't see was a decline in spending at the bottom of the distribution which is perhaps the group that we were most concerned about in the early days of the pandemic Do we have a sense of how they managed to do that Was that because of some of the government checks that were written Yeah so if you look at the balance sheets for these households it's very unlikely that they're able to maintain consumption through their own means There's a little bit of access to credit but not enough to maintain consumption when income falls They don't have a lot of savings to account for this So really the main driver of this is that we allocated over $1.5 trillion.
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"7600 block to be precise. That's where l m p d was called at around 11 o'clock last night on a report of a shooting. They arrived to find a large crowd on hand that had been in a parking lot party of a restaurant at that location and found that some sort of an altercation broke out that ended with shots fired. A man in his twenties was hit. He was pronounced dead at the scene. A woman in her teens was also hit her wounds described as non life threatening. There are no suspects in the city's 144th homicide of the year. You know anything called the anonymous tip hotline. We had now to J. C. P s. A counselor in the public school system. One of the latest victims of Covid 19. Christina Duff was a mental health counselor at low elementary school. She died of Covid 19 on September 4th at the age of 33 Duff was a sacred heart graduate and received both her bachelors and masters degrees from Indiana University. She previously worked as a teacher in Oldham County in a social media post that Kentucky Board of Education spokesperson called quote An amazing educator who gave everything to her students. End quote Jeff Milby, NewsRadio, 8 40. W. H. A S. Some healthcare workers and Louisville are getting pink slips. The deadline for U of L. Health and Norton Healthcare employees to be fully Vacs two was Wednesday. Norton says 99% of their employees got their shots prior to the deadline. While you have, L says just five of its workers decided to separate from employment over the vaccine. The 1% of Norton. Employees who have not been vaccinated have been informed. They'll be terminated on October 1st if they don't get the shot. Staying on the topic of the vaccine and independent FDA advisory committee said to discuss fighters Covid 19 vaccine booster shot and will make a recommendation to the agency ABC. Mark Remillard has that story. The FDA is Vaccine and related Biological products Advisory Committee will convene in an open session to pour over the latest data submitted by fighter on its booster shot. The meeting will seek comments from FDA and CDC representatives, and will include discussion about the safety and effectiveness of a third dose of Pfizer's vaccine, which the company has said it believes is needed to reverse waning protection after about six months. The committee will hold a vote on the recommendation to the FDA, which could then move to provide approval for fighters. Booster shot Mark Remillard ABC News We had now to South Bend, Indiana, where the Notre Dame University hosted Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. He gave a sweeping lecture warning against judges weighing in on controversial issues that he said are better left to other areas of government. The court set to begin a new term next month. Among the alright ums on the dark. In a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade. Thomas also spoke about the political polarization of the country. There is a notable pessimism about the state of our country. And cynicism about our founding. The Supreme Court justices are taking their summer tours. At least one of them has appeared on late night television promoting a book and one made in recent stop in Louisville. And we will end at the Department of Homeland Security, where additional warnings are out for this weekend's planned justice for January. 6th rioters ABC S Andy filled with the latest homeland security, warning that some people may engage in violence during the justice for those arrested for attacking the capital rally on Saturday. DHS memos saying it's aware of online threats. U. S Capitol Police are better prepared for an attack, this time with a massive riot fence again circling the capital. That memo also worn Some supporters could use the rally to target Jewish groups, elected officials and liberal churches. Your next news update is at seven. I'm Will Clark news radio. A 40 w H A s. You guys gotta quit talking to me is making me laugh. We can totally mystery science theater 3000 the news. You're exactly what we should do A sub channel dared. That would be so No, because we we wouldn't offend. We wouldn't offend people. But Yeah, You're right. We might. We went up on this. It's whether it's news stories of people's reaction to news stories, and I know they do it in newsrooms around the country. I've talked to folks that work in these rooms and they have their own opinions. Whether it's the people who Comment on the news of the newsmakers. But there certainly is a B story to just about every report will he does? Yes. That is correct. Hey, we got a scam and it's booze force, didn't you? Well, No, I didn't fall for it. I just saw in on the different outlets that it was coming there all on your side. So I went to Buffalo Trace distillery, and they're not physically went there. No, I went to their Web page Your pardon? Thank you. For the articulation. Uh, Buffalo Trace distillery is warning fans of an increasing number of consumer frauds. That are making their way across social media and the Internet. Several disappointed.
"notre dame university" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hey, what's happening? Normal? It's a dog eat dog world, Sammy and I'm wearing milk, bone underwear. Oh, thank you, everybody. Mr Peterson. Jack Frost nipping at your nose. Yep. Let's get Joe beer nipping at my liver, huh? Sometimes you everybody knows your name. Have their own. You know, I knew you were part of the fame. Second City, George, But I did not know that you were actually born here. You were born in in Beverly. Yeah. So you spend a lot of years. It was your grammar school years here. Little company of Mary and Hospital and 96 in California. And right across from Rose Angeles. Pizza. Very nice. Oh, and, uh, Yeah. What to? Uh, you know, Christ the King School in Beverly and then went off to a boarding school for high school. Wow! Up north, right? That was weird. Yeah, It's not very far North, Just Prairie douche in Wisconsin. Okay. Jesuit boarding school called Campion. And, uh, it was open for 100 years and And closed Not too long after I went there and now It's a prison. Oh, that's not poetry. I don't know what it Oh, my I would say so. And then, And then you went to Notre Dame University. How did echo Yeah, well, I was I was a legacy. My dad was numbness. Okay. Notre Dame class of 43. I got in much like I imagined George Bush got into Yale as a legacy. I was a mediocre student. Yeah, tested well, and, um I had the time of my life at Notre Dame, which wasn't easy back then, um But it was so compared to Campion. It was like Sodom and Gomorrah. That, uh, I was I did nothing but party and party my way right out of school was middle of my junior year. Uh, I got a 0.0. And, uh, but I like to tell people so I was asked to not return. Okay. Uh, I'd like to tell people that That the real story was that coach Parsi Asian called me into his office and said, uh, that I pretty much taken sitting on a barstool and drinking about as far as I could on an amateur basis, and that it was time for me to go go.
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"Up to fourteen free meals and free shipping. We all love free shipping. That's fourteen free meals with hellofresh dot com slash walker fourteen. And just. So you know the tagline for hellofresh. America's number one meal kit beautiful. Okay so now we circle back to to Brian kelly okay. So so ryan out for those. Who don't know brian. Kelly who did once kill again well by accident by accident. It wasn't like he burnt jelly syndicate up declan sullivan up to one of the guys that shot the practices and nevers high winds and storms. And oh oh this could be it for me. I'm going and he went up there and win and he died. Good not good at all. Not good at all Anyway ten years later eight years or whatever the play. Monday night and use an old john mckay quote tampa bay coach back in the seventies when they were really awful. The problem is he just decided at some point he was going to force this joke in. Because when john mccain did it in the seventies reporter said hey coach. What'd you think about your. What do you think about your team execution. And he goes. I'm in favor of it. That's a funny play on words it's seventies and alan this guy. Brian keller's asked. Hey what's your win. well i'm all about execution. And i think that's what we should do is just completely botched. The joke fumbled the joke. Awful joke Now now that went viral people out in the world. they wanna get raises. Certain things got enraged. I'm not sure as many people got raised. They would play pretty good defense on this one where it's like i don't think the outrages there like it is. People wanted there to be outraged to be outraged about every stadium being full. And it's a great example of how sensitive we are to other sensitivity in twenty twenty one that we hear somebody say anything that's even just a little bit wrong or off color and then you immediately think art. Who's going to be mad. How do i need to be to convey to those people that i met on their behalf and stuff like that it just goes goes goes goes. I agree with you. He bought a joke. He bought a joke but like another coach had botched that joke. It wouldn't be near as big of an old brian kelly. Sh- probably shouldn't be joking about killing anyone so in college. Yeah i would say he needs to sir. It'd be like hugh freeze joking. About hooker fairness. It's been years since he killed years. I mean that's here's a kid in least last four or five years. He's in recovery. Yeah i would go to jail if he truly did and obviously he didn't actually was their money exchanged there was there was between the university of notre dame university of notre dame and The family but that that usually happens in most. I've bought a bunch of these shirts. He's wearing a Or this company. I bought them gun. No idea said sent me some. You did but about about seven if you'd like to send me a lot more. What's the company. But it's not answer your damn answer. Here's the thing they read it. I don't know here's the thing. Seen last year last year. I was in constant. Contact this company demon but they kind of got blown up recently now now. I know what it is. They really blown up started from the bottom. But i was answering. I've talking last year. We were just talking and talking and talking and now they won't answer my dm's anymore damn guys guess what. I got a call every day. So i'm gonna wear your shirt on there and maybe we can wore. Why don't you just start making shirts. That look like that on. The parcels have got incredible. And i'm sure let me see. I haven't i think am set their record for another got past talking about this company. They keep track of how much they sell each school drop. And this company then tweets it out and people into they're like oh. We want our school to sell more about the shirt you console. The shirts incredible. That is good. They got too big to. Dm you back. I mean. I know they got big but like not. They don't understand how big i'm getting in the same time or just i don't know barstools sports as a whole i'd say number one college football podcast in the world baby. It's really good. I really like that one. You just showed me speaking of you contact. Oh yes jack r.i.p. All twenty four hour trip soul. What happened so long right now. it's funny now. It's funny What happened rental comes out after getting destroyed. Holy for all on okay. Awesome lost five zero the week before randy ad says hey guys into the year. I'm out the goes home. Looks his wife says. Dog looks at the team. Watches the film. Says you know what we'll go ahead and step out now. This has got to be a good development for you. yeah. I think this is literally. It was the best option. That could have happened is there. Is there a little dead cat bounce from them now. They're a little now. I don't think this year's a joke. This is a five ten year this a but this could be. This was so randy at for those who was original coach of yukon when they move But when they moved from the to the f. b. s. And he really along with players like dinner lofts he donald brown et cetera. Names you've heard of really took you onto a level where they were one competitive in the big east and then too they were making. They made four straight ballgames before they made the game and then randy. It's a left. Paul pask loney came in worse coach. Ever and then bob the acco who's more of a meam than a coach also came in. He was on a great hire. Their renzo came back all right mistake. That was a mistake And right now instead of having to buy him out or anything he decided. You know what i'm going to retire. And they do have some money and they have to go. This is you. Can't miss on four straight coaches. Oh you could. You could so texas at least four though three right choice wrong. They missed on tom. Herman but when you missing g fi programs you missed. The point of no one comes through games. I mean this team might be the worst team uncomfortable history. No well okay. Maybe we'll see there's a lot more games to be played especially when you consider that i mean there were there i mean. Let's be on like washington loss enough. Cs team this weekend true. They foster good one though. Yeah holy cross. The play has won the patriot league straight times. Not bad brand will be. Hey it's fine. It's fine not your fault jack. Nah okay okay. Not be okay..
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"Here's a point. pj this is. Our business is one that needs planning. That's why i've talking but clarity you know you can't sell okay. All all bets are off. You can get back to work like on a monday and that we can go back to work on a tuesday because then you have to be booked. Promotions have to done crews musicians have got to be lined up this. Is you know this is a complex operation. Like let's make it very practical example. Here you you would traditionally visit kark around christmastime it do a maybe a gig in the opera house or you might do blue so when would you pick up the phone or your people. Pick up the phone to the opera house. say and start planning. When would you do that phil. Six months ago six months ago. So here's the thing i mean. A lot of the a lot of the venues are reluctant to take confirmed bookings because they just don't know you know so. They're they're suffering as much as we are. The performance of their reluctance and the opera house can't give you a confirmed. Yes we definitely definitely on on the sixteenth of december because because they're in a position where they they can't commit the issue a contract because it don't know none of us know and that's all we're looking for is just a clarity to say. Can we contract to do this. Tour come to contract to do this gig. And whether it's in like the opera house or like a hotel situation like bali mulu or some of the others. we just need to know another advantage. You have i guess you've worked and toured globally and you probably in touch with with people around the world. How are we comparing feel very early very purely. We're we're We're we're we're last in line. I was just to this very morning. Communication with an ex drummer of mine. Who moved to the states. And he's not playing with the touring broadway shows etc and. He's his his diarrheas full speed on the road for a few weeks with one show. When that finishes he's he leaves out any picks up with With with another because that's ongoing. They're back in business. Broadway's in full swing Yeah it it's all vaccinated crowds. But but broadway is in info she. There's nothing we don't have a problem with that. We don't have a problem with. Of course i'm quite happy to say yes. I will be touring in november and december. But you need to know that you can't come to my gig unless you're vaccinated if you're not vaccinated. Just please don't come. We got a problem. We've got a problem with the unvaccinated people who determined not to get vaccinated for whatever reason in my in my opinion misplaced What what is happening there. They're holding the rest of us to ransom. That's really basically was happening. We would have no problem saying only vaccinated people can come to our gigs real problem with that whatsoever and since they will town industry now has got itself back and business i was. I was on the road on on a road trip just a week before last. I was over in the west of ireland. I was doing a few days with the notre dame university of consumer compass. Kind more abbey. So i was over in connemara for a couple of days and in another hotels restaurants on the road. Everybody has no well. Well attuned to to to to check your your covert status. You know which most people have on the phone. You just show them that. Qr code and you know. People are a people observing that..
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"notre dame university" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Read a lot internet. tj. The cabinet are meeting have met. The committee will meet. We're expecting document sometime next week. Probably tuesday stroke wednesday. What do you want to have in that document clarity clarity. I'm i'm not expecting that saying okay. Let's go back to work next week. I'm not saying not hoping to say goodbye to work. The started september what. I'm hoping for as mature intelligent person. I'm hoping for clarity. I'm hoping to get some some depth. Some definitive warding as to when not when we can get back to like these pilots kings were which don't prove damn thing because we're living in the real world we need to be going to go into venues unplayed. A full capacity doesn't work in the real world to go in and play to fifty people just doesn't work. It doesn't make any sense. And even though some of these gigs these pilot gigs have been a. There's been grants that set to make them viable. It really doesn't progress. Our situation of getting back to work in the real the real world of the entertainment industry. So what we need is clarity. Just what you do fill you book the operas and kark yearbook a couple of nights. You have overheads from that. You sell tickets for that. The granted system with a hundred people. I was at the pilot of the disney opera house in july lovely event but one couldn't possibly be viable on a long-term basis and secondly it it proved nothing. It's a token israel. More than that togo. It's a fall you know to keep those class for a little. While and not people perceive some efforts are being made. But it's it's it really doesn't advance the situation at all. Not not in the slightest. We need to get back to you. Know as a as other industries have done you know in the hospitality industry. We need to get back to work not personally. I'm probably in a privileged position. Because i've been out this game a long time so i would have a little bit of a safety net in other words you know. I'm not depending on fee gigs. A week to pay to pay To pay my rent or pay. Pay my mortgage or pay per car payments. Whatever you know. I've been at this long enough to have some kind of a buffer. But there are legions legions of younger guys that are really struggling and this has been very close to put in the lights out what we have what we have seen. Pj is that in the support industries to our performers and son light and cruise tour managers ruled monday just They've ought to abandon the business and huge numbers to get proper jobs as they would call it like driving trucks in deliveries now. What when when we do get back to work the those experts may not be available. Those tax who who have of love learned their experience and who have learned their beaches not be available. They may just have to say. We'll tell you what. I have a proper job that's paying. That's that's paying the regular basis. I can't go back up. Sold almost gear. Maybe there are. There are horror stories. That i hear about a a Liking companies companies who have to sell off their gear and order just to stay alive in order to pay their mortgage. Here's a point. Pj this is. Our business is one that needs planning. That's why i'm talking about clarity. You know you can't sell it okay. All all bets are off. You can get back to work like on a monday and think that we can go back to work on a tuesday because then you have to be booked. Promotion touched about to be done. Crews musicians have got to be lined up. this is. This is a complex operation. But let's make you very practical example here you you would traditionally visit karak around christmas time. It do a maybe a gig in the opera house or you might do by lemalu so when would you pick up the phone or your people. Pick up the phone to the opera house. say and start planning. When would you do that phil. Six months ago six months ago. So here's the thing i mean. A lot of the a lot of the the venues are looked to take confirmed bookings because they just don't know you know so. They're they're suffering as much as we are the performances of david. Their reluctance in the upper house can't give you a confirmed. Yes we definitely definitely on on the sixteenth of december. Because because they're in a position where you can't commit they count issue a contract because they don't know none of us know that's all we're looking for. It's just clarity to say. Can we contract to do this to her. Be contract to do this gig whether it's in somewhere like the opera house or like a hotel situation like bali me or some of the others. We just need to know another advantage you have. I guess you've worked and toured globally. And you probably in touch with with people around the world. How are we comparing feel very poorly very early. We're we're we're we're we're last line. I was just to this very morning. Communication with an ex drummer of mine. Who moved to the states. And he's not playing with the touring broadway shows etc and. he's his. His diary is full speed on the road for a few weeks with one show. When that finishes he's he leaves that any pig up with with With with another. Because that's ongoing they're back in business broadway. Some full swing Yeah it's all vaccinated crowds. But but broadway is in info so we don't have a problem with that. We don't have a problem with. Of course i'm quite happy to say. Yes i will be touring in november and december. But you need to know that you can't come gig unless you're vaccinated if you're not vaccinated. Just please don't come. We've got a problem. We've got a problem with the unvaccinated people who determined not to get vaccinated for whatever reason in my in my opinion misplaced But what is happening there. They're holding the rest of toronto. That's really basically was happening. We would have no problem. Saying only vaccinated people can come to our no problem whatsoever and sim so talented. String has got itself back in business i was. I was on the road on on a road trip Just a week before. Last i was over in the west of ireland. I was doing a few days with the the notre dame university have consumer compass implied more hobby. So i was over on connemara for a couple of days and in and out of hotels in an adult restaurants on the road. Everybody has no well. Well attuned to to to to check your your covert status. You know which most people have on the phone. You just show them that. Qr code and you know people are a people are observing that. They're observing the sushi distancing on restaurants hotels central. So if can work you know. It's not a mystery so it's going to be administering We could bike and business entertainment. You know if people come up to a theater people turn up to the hotel just to check their tickets and check their code. It's no big deal phil. Are you keeping you one of the ones who you're of a certain age so i would say you had to cook hoon and all at the start. How are you keeping all other than being frustrated about work. All the cocooning cooney was something else. There could be something that made us feel. You know i mean. I'm seventy nine years of age so i would be categorized as paying more vulnerable in fact vulnerable But the the The cocooning thing with right at the start was at the worst where you really. You know that over seventy s. You weren't allowed to to leave your house. You could walk run the garden. You can do that kind of stuff. Somebody else had to do your shopping or bring in your paper. Whatever it was. So i mean i just i just merged into kind of a blur. Pj monday marriage. Into tuesday into western. And i said at the time building away anyway. I could determine what day that we could was when i up in the morning to check. My pillbox.
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"notre dame university" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Father corby stone iraq before the men and lifted his hand to grant that the right of general absolution earning the admiration and respect of all those present major general saint claire mulholland wrote as he closes the dress every man catholic and non-catholic fell on his knees with his head bowed or bowed down so Man a father. William corby second founder notre dame university who in his irish brigade memoirs of the civil war rights of the protestant chaplains amazement at the daily religious observant and devotion of the catholic soldiers Minister and i are watching a series from the new streaming service called epix e pix. It's war of the worlds modern send-up of the world the world's and one of the things that i noted that at the end of the world. These people know that the aliens are there. They know that they're getting ready to drop global pinch palm and not only. Is it gonna fry every computer device but those are going to fry every brain and it's gonna kill everyone that get hit by the wave. Not one of them drops down on her knees. Pray the ones that survived. Oh come out and drop down on their knees to thank god that they survived. There's no prayer. There's no mention of god. Now i and i don't expect don't get me wrong until the third episode and the second season where one of the characters meets a french man and all around his house houses crucifixes. There's paintings of the blessed mother and he's wearing a crucifix around his neck with a corpus on it but they discover him to stay of sin because he's trying to end his life but you find out that his daughters is is three daughters his two sons and his wife all been killed by the aliens and alien invaders and he said everyday. I got on my knees as they died and prayed to god To protect us or whatever why because he says it french Many goes until finally there was no one left to pray for a really heart wrenching moment. But you know kill yourself as a result of that but there's small conversation that ensues where the completely secular scientists doctor says something to him about having faith or you can't lose your faith and he says I forget what the actual the exact dialogue is but then he gets like an epiphany moment he goes but you told me secular woman doctor who has no religion. You told me that one of the alien guys told you that there was another way to avoid this conflict and before he could even tell you the whole story just told you you needed to go meet the bill ward guy and you believed him and now you're on a quest to go find this guy the scientists guy. If that's not an act of faith. I don't know what is and then. The secular scientists laney goes. Well i guess we could all use some faith right about now and then the catholic. You know he's a catholic then the rag-bag and band and they're heading into london. So i don't know what they're good inject into the series but appoint beam. This is reflected back at us bad catholicism and the fact that the church is not present and all of the anger speaking world and certainly in all our media media especially popular media culture..
SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"notre dame university" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I don't want to stand this power because it's not one of those that I like. But people some people just relish in being able to control other people's lives. I don't understand it. Don't get it. I never want to run other people's lives. I mean, we got people. I mean, you've got neighborhood associations are famous for this kind of stuff. And they come by. I want to tell you what to do. Tell you to do this. You can't do this. You got the wrong drape reason. Nothing, you know. They're famous and it look, it's not just liberals to. There's some conservatives like this, too. They just love to run people's life. I don't get it. I don't get it. Always quote my famous famous philosopher from 1970. I believe Jonathan Edwards. You can't even run your own life. I'll be damned if you'll run mine. Have a hard enough time running my own life. I don't certainly don't need somebody else meddling in that. But every time you turn around, there's somebody trying to tell you what to do. It drives me nuts. Well, that's exactly what's going on with this. There is no doubt if you've gotten the coronavirus vaccine. You're good. You're what they call vaccinated. Inoculated your good. What do you care? You could walk into a leopard colony full of people with coronavirus, and you should be fine, right? Now you may get it. But the chances are you're not going to die from it. But here's the other thing. How many cases of coronavirus or even seeing now? This thing is over. And it's been over. And they were telling us. Oh, my gosh, We're not gonna We're not gonna be able to go back to normal until you know, maybe maybe 2022. That's what that's what that idiot little FAO she was saying. This guy is either the most inept, incompetent person who's ever been put in a position in the U. S government or he's downright evil. I don't know which one it is. I think he's trying to cover some tracks, to be quite honest with you. But here's a guy that if there was anything you can say about Fauci, he was part of the problem. This is the guy who was all hopped up on the gain of function research and didn't want to let it go and goes around the government and funds the Wuhan Institute of Virology for more gain of function stuff, and that's where it came from, and that's what you see. Fauci every time he's asked about it all the very, very, very, very small chance. The king from the Wuhan lab. Are you serious? Really? I was born at night, but not last night, Fauci. I know enough. I don't know Science, but I know enough to know this. If there is an institute in Wuhan that for decades has been trying to make a coronavirus jumped from a bat to a human And then my gosh, it happens, and it just so happened naturally down at the wet market a few blocks away. You expect me to believe then? No. But that's what they expected to believe. And anybody who runs contrary to that gets banned from Twitter or Facebook, or whatever you can't talk about the Wuhan lab leak theory, cause it's conspiracy theory. It is the most plausible. Explanation for all of this mess happened and everybody knows it even found. She knows it. He's just not going to say it because he's up to his eyeballs in culpability. So here we are, with some high profile folks from the University of Notre Dame University of California, Irvine, Medical ethicist and a law professor saying You better watch out of your university. You're going to force people to get something if they have heart inflammation. And die. God forbid you're on the hook for it. Now you can say Well, we're not. And you know you can have ocean. These other people say Well, well, you're not You wait until you rack up 12 folks on a jury. You wait until you have a company that says, Oh, my gosh. Jane didn't want to get the coronavirus vaccine, but they told her if she wanted to come back to work, she's going to have to have it and she's got two kids she's trying to provide for. She's a single mother and all this stuff, so she had to get it. And now those kids are motherless. Because they forced her to get a coronavirus and it killed her. You think you're going to rack up 12 folks, and they're not going to give you the shop. Whatever business you got, you can kiss it Goodbye and tell you then. Because there is no excuse for forcing somebody to get a vaccine that has not been FDA approved. Period. We don't do this anywhere else in anywhere public schools. We don't do it anywhere. Yes, they've got to get vaccines for sort of, but not one. That's not been FDA approved, and they test these things for years before they get FDA approval on them. But they have never required an experimental drug on a child. But that's what they're doing now. And people are just gladly. Oh, yeah, I got my little 12 year old vaccine. Are you crazy? Why in the world would you get your 12 year old vaccinated with an experimental vaccine? I understand if you're at risk of dying from it that makes perfect sense. To me. It's an odds thing. But the 12 year old has no chance of dying from coronavirus. Why would you be that parents? I don't get it. We'll be back. Stay right. We are.
The Foxhole Podcast
"notre dame university" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast
"Who dealing with basic grievances outlined sailors. Who have just had a a a moment of conscious. If you will at this point they wanna Become a conscientious objector to figure out how to get the community. The ceo's data sailors who may have faced during iraq period that they come upon a third deployment afloat deployment is become very heart wrenching for their families. They're trying to figure out how to potentially get emergency separation. All types of issues. The jared hotline. I can help folks navigate The university The the houston. Jd uniform code of military justice for their best benefit. I've found that to be one of the best Tools in terms of organization the center for conscious warfare. Supportive veterans for peace. Very supportive military families speak out about face. I have to highlight david courtrai. At that time he was head of the fourth freedom. Form in a a golden indiana. He's a professor peace studies at the kroc school. A piece that is at notre dame university and author of the book and Excuse me soldiers in revolt chronicles the gi movement. I mentioned earlier dave. It was instrumental. That book was a life change. I was able to much of what i was doing on the ship. turns of Organizing in fighting back pushing back on those basic grievances but also the appeal for just campaigning is many of the ideas In four thrust of it comes from from that book. So i would definitely like that Is important military members. No active duty military members know that they can They can contact. So i would say there's peace and gi rights hotline oath definite reference those also depending on the situation that you're going through. I've mentioned who were struggling against racism directly on the uss the roosevelt that we went all the way to congressman. John lewis who office military members must be educated. Know that They have the right to call for captains bass they have the right to go up the chain of command Each level of it to call cavs masks on basic grievances in if their grievances a not On ship they have the right to appeal to higher authority. Appeal to a congress member and get some questions answered So i one of those people you know if you know. Use your eyes. You don't have now that that doesn't mean that so much just go around it just Just just had has throw Paint bud and shipren may. I'm not. I don't support support. People that come up with with half as grievances. But if you if you really are facing a situation you know as we've Tailhook scandal years ago and increasing a fight against sexism within the ranks If you're facing some some if you facing a battle you know there's an avenues savane organizations that are ready to support people like myself. Who certainly with my experience and we could definitely.
The Toasty Podcast
"notre dame university" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast
"Cambridge professor problem on you. There's no way you're getting the same amount of learning you. The tenured professor. When there's no classes you have to put him on a screen and gonna make them do something because you're doing and they actually at campus and go across insurer located online at home i can see online classes working sunglasses. And it's always been the case an mba like random classes that really. Okay filed take these courses. I have to and i'm going to have a skill like mccain's the hands on can't do that and it was really trying to hear that i don't even know that was actually view. A doctors lab right. You can't do anything with that and there's some doctors that were talking about their their students like having to be ramona's house work. You're trying to be dr. Yeah how is that. How does that. There's no way. I don't care joe way and worse when it works and i'm a guy that has begun. Personally i'm a very. I can definitely learn from in person with somebody now was never to sit through class eater. I'm just not that guy. But that's i don't think it's real target. You're saying remote. Learning does not work. For georgia of people i would. I would argue that Agree with you. There's no way thought. Very good way to colleges is no one hundred red number. You did that foreign to go that far into it and it wasn't really topics but one of the mention more colleges say they're going to require students to have cohen nineteen vaccines for fall now. I wonder how that will play out. That actually will play out well. Most colleges and high schools public schools are vaccines for other things so surprising bar flu vaccines so this is duke university in north carolina rutgers university of new jersey the notre dame university brown and cornell more less than university cleveland state. Wow this big schools surprising to me either. I guess but.
The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"notre dame university" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"To be honest. i think. I think we're all influenced by a religious state because it's it's right through cultural wouldn't pay us in woodside that however those of us who Thinking i have. I think we've managed to tease apart in the religious basis for for for our moral framework. I don't think it necessarily has to be intimately linked with religion. I think you can have a view that may parallel a religious value of helping religious so the fact that goes some christians engage in what seems to be deceptive practice to try and get more people to their point of view. Yes shaw. I don't doubt that some do it. But that doesn't mean that freedom itself is a bad thing all the time zone. Christians could have a very good argument for freedom. That was good but but he said was said she's a would you say she's a christian. She said her employs notre dame university. I guy then i said. Let's not surprising do you. Do you imagine every person who works for notre dame university is Ardent christian gene this psalm requirement. Pretty class but they wouldn't necessarily be all sorts of hardcore fundamentalist christians. Notre dame is a catholic for his lightly university studies. I went to the catholic and to do some research for my dissertation. And i read quite a lot of stuff by catholic scholars and i have to say there are a lot more intelligent. And what would you say. Broadly informed and deep thinking evangelical. They're very very different. And much more intellectually oriented. I mean not all of them. And i'm not saying i agreed with a lot of what i read. But they certainly impressed me with their. What's the word. They're just not simpleton see now. They've studied things never ate a lot of stuff. And that sadly appealed to you at all influenced by their religious views. I was an atheist. When i was doing it. And you know. I can read it and take from it. What i think is value. Reject the rest. Anyway i think when it comes to notre dame university what church on sunday as you parish priest a i would think that would i've been threatening to do this for a while and will is to. The patriots took a long long time so this time. We're going to start from the most recent in week..
News Talk 1130 WISN
"notre dame university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Are now continuing our program on high blood pressure. In the second segment of this program. We welcome back Dr Jack one Kalinsky, and she will be joined by Dr J. Fiddling and Dr Tracy Wang. Dr. Filling is a graduate of Notre Dame University and Northwestern University Medical School. He completed his medicine residency here, it M. C W and then went to the University of California, San Francisco for his fellowship in endocrinology. J joined them, M C W faculty in 1988 and is an international expert on the pituitary adrenal gland and all asked all aspects of steroid physiology. Patients come from all over the world for Jay's expert opinion, and it is really a special privilege to have J joined our program today. Dr. Tracy Wang is a graduate of Brown University received her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, and she received a master's degree in public health from Colombia. She completed her fellowship and endocrine surgery at Yale University and joined the M C W faculty in 2000 and seven where she is currently chief of the section of endocrine surgery and vice chair for strategic and professional development in the Department of Surgery. Dr Wang is slowly becoming a Packers fan due to her many years in New York City, But I think we're slowly making progress. So based on our our last segment Where we talked about largely essential hypertension or or hypertension, due to the many factors that doctor's Kalinsky and whittle talked about weight, the salt shaker and various other things as a transition, Jackie could could you let let the listeners know when do you become concerned? That the blood pressure may be caused by something else, not just essential hypertension. Sure Doug s O first of all essential hypertension, most common form of high blood pressure. But you know, as a clinician when I do get concerned, and when I think about, you know, is something else going on in my patient. One thing I think about is the extremes of age. Typically, So, um Onset of hypertension at a young age or sudden onset of hypertension kind of later in life as well. In addition to those two things if there's odd symptoms involved, so, for example, episodes of Sweating, palpitations, headaches, things like that that are also knew an onset. Then you really got to think about secondary causes of hypertension. On Ben. Finally, when you have a patient that appears to have what we kind of call resistant type of attention on their requiring multiple agents to get good control of the blood pressure..
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Trump not the first president to be infected in a pandemic
"1/5 person who attended last weekend's White House event is now sick with Corona virus, Senator Tom Tillis of North Carolina tweeted. His test came back positive Friday night. He says he feels well has no symptoms and will isolate at home for 10 days. Phyllis was in the audience when President Trump made his Supreme Court nomination official. Another senator and the president of Notre Dame University, were also there and are
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COVID-19 clusters cancel in-person college classes across the country
"Clusters air spreading at colleges across the country. Michigan State just cancelled in person learning for the fall semester. Classrooms at Notre Dame are also closed. For now, Here's CBS News correspondent David Beg. No, the spike in cases is very serious, and we must take serious steps to address it. This is the president of Notre Dame University, Reverend John Jenkins. He says he's prepared to make any changes necessary. He's moving classes online for the next two weeks after a surgeon cases 147 since the campus opened on August, the third Most are linked to an off campus party that the's steps are not successful. We will have to send students home. As we did last spring.
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Miami - More than 200 Florida students quarantined due to COVID-19
"With more than 200 Children exposed to the Kuroda virus. The two schools in Martin County will go back to online learning. Florida's numbers, meanwhile, have been dropping Notre Dame universities ending in
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Will College Campuses Reopen During the Pandemic?
"Year colleges are deciding what to do for the fall semester some will remain largely online Notre Dame university says it will start its fall season in August CBS is Manuel before because we do know that more than twelve universities has said that they will send students home before thanksgiving in the fall semester to try to beat the flu season and a big deal that was announced is that in the hardest hit city and why you announced that it will resume classes on campus taking what it calls rigorous measures to ensure
Indiana bishop under investigation in Harrisburg
"To the newsroom and Vic Vaughn, thanks, Nick. It's mostly cloudy. Sixty four degrees at O'Hare. Chicago police officers were shot at this morning on the city's south side not much is known about the incident as of yet it happened sometime between midnight and one near ninety fifth and Perry we do know that the offender was loaded into the back of an ambulance. No word yet on the extent of the injuries. It appears no