11 Burst results for "Robert Poland"

"robert poland" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"robert poland" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Bottom line is president trump is not going to be able to wiggle out of a public health crisis by doling out another big batch of tax cuts to his investor buddies we are not going to allow a re run of the twenty seventeen tax bill which was disproportionately staffed to those big investors lawmakers are scheduled to take a week long break at the end of this week leaving a narrow window for action or the prospect of delaying action until lawmakers return to Washington meanwhile controversy over the federal response to the corona virus outbreaks continue on various fronts when immigration court judges posted CDC fact sheets on corona virus symptoms and spread they were ordered to remove the posters in order that was later retracted but the department of justice reporting for pacifica radio news KPFA I'm Christopher Martinez what my date coronavirus economic stimulus package include and look blank progressive policy advocates like Robert Poland said it should include a bottom up funding for health care and workers pollen is co director of the political economy research institute at the university of Massachusetts Amherst where he's also professor of economics he spoke today with Katie phase letters and politics has a chance to rich there's a couple of big problems with tax cuts that he can't attend on how you do them but if we talk about across the board tax cuts did it is going to disproportionately benefit people that have their richer and those are the people that are going to be least impacted are being least impacted by the nature of of the corona virus again the people that are most impacted people like you know the guy in your building I if people are getting furloughed like from their jobs and restaurants or hotels or in stores those are people that are you know relatively low wage earners and do not have healthcare coverage or adequate healthcare coverage so does we need a stimulus program that exactly targets those people and we're wasting money if we are trying to stimulate the kinds of business the high income people and and long term business investments because those things are gonna take a couple of years to have an impact anyway what we really need is for people to not feel the immediate anxiety that is sweeping across the country and so as stimulus program that focuses on getting money into the pockets of ordinary families working people and then on top of that ensuring all of those people that would have her health issues they have they will be a hundred percent covered we can't have people first of all going to work when they think they may be sick and then if they're not going to work thinking they they don't have the income so that they're not going to buy say provisions to get them through any self quarantine or anything else people need to be entirely short the the the the the economy is behind them that they don't have to have these anxieties and that therefore they have some money in their pockets as well to keep engaging in purchasing things so that the economy doesn't tank and so they have to be able to have their their days covered thanks they just can't be in a situation where I mean it's it's bad obviously in terms of controlling the spread of the virus to have people thinking they need to show up at work even if they're sick and that's exactly what you don't want so you want people to feel like okay they can number one stay at home as needed and number two I have access to adequate healthcare neither of which exist now for the overwhelming majority of the population so we have to ensure that access to testing is available to everybody and not just that it is available but that it is clearly understood to be available for all of us so that again everyone's anxieties about access to testing there is you know is not there everyone knows they can get it ever and as they can get it for free Robert pollen is the co director of the political economy research institute at the university of Massachusetts Amherst where he teaches economics governor Gavin Newsom hinted that the trump administration needs to do more to help California responded the corona virus he said although the state has thousands of test kits it's a whacking and all the components needed to use them the test kits are not an entire test many of these test kits are like printers but without ink the test kits don't include all the components to test you need re agents that's more of their language and their expertise than mine but you need other components to alternately test that's the disconnect so what you're hearing from the administration what you've heard from us we have seven thousand six hundred seventy five tests available but not everyone of those tests can be accessed because all the ingredients are not available at all of the labs by the way the ingredients are not just re agents they also personnel Newsome says the state has between one hundred and eighty and two hundred corona virus tests that are backlogged because of lack of personal that's why he says private companies like quest or working with state officials to assist in providing testing results he says so far California has one hundred and fifty seven positive cases of corona virus two deaths use them says his administration will be issuing best practices for the state's homeless population and corona virus tomorrow San Francisco city officials say they will be providing temporary housing for people in corona virus quarantine particularly the homeless and other populations who cannot self quarantine it's meant for San Francisco residents who cannot self isolate I may need to do so because of possible corona virus exposure the R. V.'s are to be staged in the presidio said he's also looking for residential housing facilities meanwhile five San Francisco supervisors today announced the legislative package to support those affected by the covert nineteen outbreak KPFA is one of many such reports the new legislation would ensure that people don't have to choose between following the city's department of public health recommendations and making ends meet those recommendations include social distancing like cancelling large group gatherings staying an arm's length away from others in a calling companies to encourage telecommuting and limiting travel people most vulnerable to the virus are urged to stay home as much as possible San Francisco supervisor Sherman Walton says it's important to follow the public health's directive but we also recognize that there are negative impacts because people won't be able to go to work people have to stay inside our businesses are affected our communities are affected chokers are closing schools are closing which affects all of our networks of support so we also want everyone to know that with those negative impacts because we work in everything we do to make sure that we do not spread the corona virus we are going to do everything as water supervisors and city leadership to make sure that we mitigate those impacts the legislative package includes a lot they have been announced on Twitter by supervisor dean pressed in the previous week that would ban evictions of those economically affected by the covert nineteen now break during the city state of emergency in addition to renters protections the package also includes workers protections during the out break supervisor Gordon Mars legislation would create a new category of paid leave for public health emergencies and a multi lingual workers right hotline no one should have to choose between their health and their job workers in our city are worried they're worried about their next rent check their next phone bill and whether they'll be able to take time off from work to care for their child if this if their child's school closes like my daughter's but like what happened with my daughter last week working families deserve to know that the city has their back and the public health crises don't don't only create economic uncertainty they reveal the uncertainty that already exists for working people in.

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"robert poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Los Angeles. I'm KAI Ryssdal. Today, the thirtieth day of April always have long everybody a word as we get going here, and that word is profits corporate profits. It can be tempting on a day. Like today, when we get earnings reports from the name just a couple G E G M McDonald's MasterCard and apple it can be tempting to read into them perhaps more than one should wonder whether they are telling us something about the economy writ large, you could get into that temptation, but as marketplace's revenge your reports, you best not because corporate profits are not the economic indicators. You might want them to be there is a saying back in the day. You might hurt. What's good for GM is good for the United States? Pete Earl is a research fellow at the American Institute for economic research that saying is based on a quote by the CEO of General Motors back in nineteen Fifty-three. He actually said what was good for our country was good for General Motors and vice versa. Anyway, that's not really always true today. For example, we own comments Williams made is CEO of SMID capital management. Cummins is a builder of heavy equipment in very good report today and come into a very economically sensitive company, but they have a lot of their sales outside the United States outside the United States. The country's biggest companies are multinational, they have footprints, and tentacles all around the globe. How they are doing depends on a lot more than just the US economy, and even within the US earnings have much more to do with the individual struggles and disruptions of a particular industry or business model than the economy. At large also earnings are slow to react to things like GDP growth says Pierrel corporate earnings they are something of a lagging indicator plus low it's not like corporations take truth serum. When they report earnings. They don't tell you everything for Kane manage their accounts who satisfy analysts and investors, Vince. Reinhart is chief economist with Mellon corporate CEO's also manage their conversation and their earnings call put their firm in the best light. That's at one way. Corporate earnings can be useful as a window into the economy is as an opportunity to listen to what CEO's are talking about what they're worried about what they expect from the future. But generally, speaking earnings like markets are not the economy and economy, isn't a particular companies are in New York. I'm sure for marketplace. I've heard that somewhere before that phrase. I don't know just saying it is early days yet in the twenty twenty campaign, but it is safe to say thanking just broad outlines of that campaign right now that healthcare is going to be just near the top of the policy discussions that will be had. And that takes us to Capitol Hill where a healthcare proposal championed by a bunch of Democrats, many of them running for president got its first congressional airing today Medicare for all is the policy, and you are going to be hearing about it a lot the next five. Hundred and fifty three days until election day and saying that we spend three and a half trillion dollars on healthcare in this economy every single year, we figured a quick explainer was in order marketplaces and dealer has at this point the phrase feels ubiquitous is time from their care for all the straits of a Medicare for all program. And we figure out how to do Medicare for all that's represented for millage. I of all who's Bill got a hearing today and senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren when people say Medicare for all day don't mean that John Hall Han follows healthcare policy the earned institute. But I think they mean something that would be more like a traditional health insurance plan, but run by the government. He says it's because Medicare has grown really complicated over the years plans broken into a bunch of different parts. Senator Sanders has a Bill supported by Senator Warren that Bill would ensure all Americans have coverage pay nothing at pocket. The government would essentially replaced. Private health insurance? Robert Poland at the university of Massachusetts. Amherst is there's one common idea behind all the different proposals out.

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"robert poland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today and senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren when people say Medicare for all day don't mean that John Hall Eoghan follows healthcare policy the urban institute, they mean, something that would be more like a traditional health insurance plan, but run by the government. He says it's because Medicare has grown really complicated over the years plans broken into a bunch of different parts. Senator Sanders has a Bill supported by Senator Warren that Bill would ensure all Americans have coverage pay nothing at a pocket. The government would essentially replace private health insurance. Robert Poland at the university of Massachusetts. Amherst there's one common idea behind all the different proposals out there to provide good quality care for every resident of the country and to do it in a way that achieve significant cost savings. How does covering more people out of the cost savings when you get rid of private insurance companies in transition to a single payer system, you reduce total administrative costs by nine percent of the total system cost. That's big Poland says under Medicare for all drug prices would also decrease because the government would have more bargaining leverage with big pharma. He also acknowledges that richer Americans will likely pay more in this system than they currently do Robert gray. A grave at George. Mason University doesn't think the proponents of Medicare for all system. Have the math, right? You have to more than double all personal and corporate income taxes immediately that would be the largest tax increase in the history of the world. Hey, Congressional Budget Office. Estimates of Representative giant halls Medicare for all Bill is expected on Wednesday. I may dealer for marketplace treasure sectors, Steven Mnuchin and US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer are in Beijing today getting set for the next round of trade talks with their Chinese counterparts, those talks continue in Washington next week but ever since the president's tariffs on Chinese imports and Beijing's retaliatory tariffs on American goods going over there when into effect last year, we have been asking small business owners in this country who are stuck in the middle of the disagreement between this world's two biggest economies doing basically. So today some updates I up a guy who was in favor of those towers. My name's Michael Korch. Mar I'm the CEO of. Coach mar the leather specialty company a hundred and two year old manufacturing company. I'm hoping is a not just as a business owner, but primarily is an American to to see the issues between China and the US resolved equable equitable manner. So that tariffs are not necessary unless you're trading with someone who is not trading in good faith. The additional ten percent tariffs on our products. Help considerably to move some business back to this side of the world. We've done a good bit of hiring. We've probably increased staff somewhere between forty and sixty employee's and the challenges is balancing the future. So if our government's able to resolve this in a manner that forces them and allows it to be verified that they are trading in good faith. We would love to. Have access to the Chinese market without high duties and non-tariff barriers buckle coach mar their coach mar leather couple more of our trade. Regulars coming up on Wall Street today. Just Ted more subdued than it's been. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Doc and economic indicators and how maybe corporate.

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"robert poland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on KCRW

"In Los Angeles. I'm KAI rebel Tuesday. Today the thirtieth day of April good as always to have long. Everybody a word as we get going here, and that word is prophets corporate profits. It can be tempting on daylight today. When we get earnings reports from the name just a couple G E G M McDonald's MasterCard and apple it can be tempting to read into them perhaps more than one should to wonder whether they are telling us something about the economy, right large. You could give in into that temptation, but as marketplace's Abry Benesch, your reports, your best not because corporate profits are not the economic indicators. You might want them to be there is a saying back in the day. You might hurt. What's good for GM is good for the United States? Pete Earl is a research fellow at the American Institute for economic research that saying is based on a quote by the CEO of General Motors back in nineteen Fifty-three. He actually said what was good for our country was good for General Motors and vice versa. Anyway, that's not really always true today. For example, we own Cummins Williams made is CEO of SMID capital management. Comes is a builder of heavy equipment and very good report today and Cummings is very economically sensitive company, but they have a lot of their sales outside the United States outside the United States. The country's biggest companies are multinational, they have footprints, and tentacles all around the globe. How they are doing depends on a lot more than just the US economy, and even within the US earnings have much more to do with the individual struggles and disruptions of a particular industry or business model than the economy. At large also earnings are slow to react to things like GDP growth says Peter all corporate earnings they are something of a lagging indicator plus low it's not like corporations take truth serum. When they report earnings, they don't tell you everything for can manage their accounts to satisfy analysts and investors, Vince. Linhart is chief economist with Mellon corporate CEOs also managed their conversation in their earnings calls their firm in the best light. That's at one way. Corporate earnings can be useful as a window into the economy is as an opportunity to listen to what CEOs are talking about what they're worried about what they expect from the future. But generally, speaking earnings like markets are not the economy and the economy isn't a particular company's earnings in New York. I'm sorry Benesch. Sure for marketplace. I've heard that somewhere before that phrase. I don't know just saying it is early days yet in the twenty twenty campaign, but it is safe to say thanking just broad outlines of that campaign right now that healthcare is going to be just near the top of the policy discussions that will be had. And that takes us to Capitol Hill where a healthcare proposal championed by a bunch of Democrats, many of them running for president got its first congressional airing today Medicare for all is the policy, and you are going to be hearing about it a lot the next five. Hundred and fifty three days until election day and seeing as how we spend three and a half trillion dollars on healthcare in this economy every single year, we figured a quick explainer was in order. Marketplace's Andy Euler has it at this point the phrase feels ubiquitous is time for Medicare for all the strengths of a Medicare for all program. And we figure out how to do Medicare for all. That's Representative Pramilla Giac Paul who's Bill got a hearing today and senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren when people say Medicare for all day don't mean that John Hall Eoghan follows healthcare policy the urban institute. But I think they mean something that would be more like a traditional health insurance plan, but run by the government. He says it's because Medicare has grown really complicated over the years plans are broken into a bunch of different parts. Senator Sanders has a Bill supported by Senator Warren that Bill would ensure all Americans have coverage in pay nothing out of pocket. The government would essentially replace. Private health insurance? Robert Poland at the university of Massachusetts Amherst says there's one common idea behind all the different proposals out there to provide good quality care for every resident of the country and to do it in a way that chief significant cost savings. How does covering more people out of two cost-savings? Poland says when you get rid of private insurance companies in transition to a single payer system, do reduce total administrative costs by nine percent of the total system cost. That's big Poland says under Medicare for all drug prices would also decrease because the government would have more bargaining leverage with big pharma. He also acknowledges that richer Americans will likely pay more in this system than they currently do Robert Grebo is at George Mason University doesn't think the proponents of a Medicare for all system. Have the math, right? You would have to more than double all personal and corporate income taxes immediately that would be the largest tax increase in the history of the world. A congressional. Budget office. Estimates of Representative giant halls Medicare for all Bill is expected on Wednesday. I mean dealer for marketplace treasure Scheckter, Steven Mnuchin and US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer are in Beijing today getting set for the next round of trade talks with their Chinese counterparts, those talks continue in Washington next week but ever since the president's tariffs on Chinese imports and Beijing's retaliatory tariffs on American goods going over there went into effect last year. We have been asking small business owners in this country who are stuck in the middle of the disagreement between this world's two biggest economies how they're doing basically. So today some updates I up a guy who was in favor of those tariffs. My name's Michael Korch Mara. I'm the CEO of coach mar the leather specialty company a hundred and two year old manufacturing company while I'm hoping is a not just as a business owner, but primarily is an American to to see the issues between. In China and the US resolved in an equable equitable manner. So that tariffs are not necessary unless you're trading with someone who is not trading in good faith. The additional ten percent tariffs on our products. Help considerably to move some business back to this side of the world. We've done a good bit of hiring. We've probably increased staff somewhere between forty and sixty employees and the challenges is balancing the future. So if our government's able to resolve this in a manner that will forces them and allows it to be verified that they are trading in good faith. We would love to have access to the Chinese market without high duties and non-tariff barriers buckle coach more there, of course, mar leather couple more of our trade. Regulars coming up on Wall Street today. Just Ted more subdued than it's been. We'll have the details when we do the numb. Numbers. Sabrina was talking economic indicators and how maybe corporate profits eight.

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"robert poland" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

16:47 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on WCPT 820

"We are back on the zero hour. This is Richard RJ s cow. And you probably know if you watched program we named the show this year our five years ago because we're out of time when it comes to protecting our environment saving our planet. We gotta act now we gotta act yesterday. We gotta keep acting in. Our next guest is part of an organization that has been taking a terrific leadership role on that issue. Marcella Mulholland is a climate organizer with the sunrise movement. She's experienced. Climate change is many of us have with sea level rises and our Florida hometown. She is currently a senior studying political science and sustainability studies at the university of Florida, which is where from what she joins us now so Marcelo Holland. Thanks so much for coming on the program. Hi, thanks so much for having me excited to share my story with y'all. Well, and we are too. But before we start, I, you know, I always Google, my guests, and I always tried to start a relaxed. So this is what I came up with Google Marcella my on I. I came up with an article that begins the first time Marcella Mulholland gazed into someone's eyes. She laughed so hard. She nearly fell out of her chair. I guess this was one like we'll look into each other's eyes. And no one another was supposed to be the exercise or something. It's something called I which essentially consists of Blake prolonged eye contact with another person without speaking. And the first time I did that was in one of my classes freshman year of college. And it was so uncomfortable. But it was just an extremely vulnerable. And I was watching a lot. And my chair as my partner like I gave it to my eyes. It actually turned out to be like a pretty profound experience because the person waiting the exercise had us do it for long enough to where like you could feel really uncomfortable and really wanted it to end. And then there was like a good like minute and a half still actively the exercise, so I eventually surrendered and actually had a really beautiful experience. And I like an idea using enthusiast ever since that, oh that's interesting because I always that person who's super. What's regarded at things like that? Remember once I went to some seminar at where you're supposed to write three words that revealed your inner being on a on a card and put them on your forehead, and then walk around not saying anything to people, and I wrote this space available because I didn't want it. So, but that actually turned out to be a good exercise too. That sounds fun. Yeah. It was. So we shouldn't be such. But in any rate now, let's talk about something. Even more meaningful potentially that gazing into another person's eyes, which is protecting the planet that all of us human beings with highs walk on you guys you guys at the sunrise movement have been coming up a lot. In context of the new congress and the push for a green new deal, which is getting huge coverage now through your advocacy. There was a sit in I believe in the ass representatives that some of the new newly elected representatives came to Alexandria, casual Cortez and think maybe repeated Toledo came. I'm not sure. So let's talk about that green new deal. That's a major focus for you guys in your work. Right. Yeah. It is. So sunrise movement is a movement of young people organizing to stop climate change and create millions of good paying jobs in the process, and let's organization has existed for a bit over a year. And it was founded by a bunch of twenty something year old who come out of the fossil fuel divestment movement in college a lot of Bundu and bay created sunrise after the twenty sixteen election because they really felt like this issue was not being talked about are taken seriously and knocked by either political party. So sunrise movement first big program with something called sunrise semester, which happened throughout summer, and all and I was part of it in Florida essentially was over sixty young people were placed Princeton five different really, politically important. In states across the country. And we went all in and worked fulltime to help elect climate champions. Across the country and the week after the midterm elections. We all went to DC as like re-converged and talk about the program and casually to do with sit in an office demanding that she get behind the green new deal. And now, the Democrats are in control of the house, and our my generation so decisively turned out in record numbers to help this Democratic Congress. We are now showing up to say that our boats are not free that we also are demanding the democratic leadership take this issue seriously because it's really my generation's future that's on the line. And specifically we back agreement deal because it's the only. Policy that really meets the scale of this crisis United Nations PCC report that was released a few months ago, clearly outlined that we really just had twelve years to radically transform and decarbonised our society and a lot of Democrats pay lip service to being concerned about climate change. But it's really clear that it's one thing to talk about climate change is a crisis. It's an entirely other thing to actually treat it like one and green new deal would save the planet and also create millions of jobs for Americans, and we really see this policy as the only option that means the scale of the crisis and not only deals with climate change. But also ecconomic inequality in what really uplift a lot of people in this country. See here's the thing about the green new deal. A lot of people in Washington where we are a lot of a lot of political people are saying, you know, it's a big ask. Right. You know, that's the terminology. It's a big ass. If anything it's a modest ask and my mind compared to the scale of the problem we face. It's basically what we need based on my own. Thoughts and investigation the guest we've had on. And so on talking about the climate. We need the new deal of FDR plus the World War effort, plus plus plus, right? And and I mean, this is a planetary struggle. It's it's a civilizational crisis in the making. And yet we have people. I'm just wondering your thoughts about this. And yet we have people whether they're political people journalists who just ordinary citizens it's four in the middle of an alien invasion, and everybody's going, you know, those five Saucier is kind of a lot of one. But you know, it's it's a good job to do something about it. It drives me crazy is what are you guys? You know, how do you react and strategize. Because you get it. You know, and you've dedicate your energy to fixing it. How do you react to these people are just say, well, you know, our committee structure here on the hill. Just doesn't really allow us to put together. The initiative you're talking about how do you respond to that? Yeah. I think it's interesting because a lot of all call us radical for just really demanding like what the science tells us is necessary to avoid climate catastrophe. And I think like young people are in this unique position where we're like west maybe like inhibited by the like the demand the status quo like Nancy Pelosi is concerned about what are the norms of congressional committees. And we're just like can we grow up in a planet, but it's not like on fire. And when people like that where radical for asking for a great deal. I really think that that's the wrong way of looking at things because continuing the status quo as it is right now actually sets us on a really radical path the world will be radically different and essentially uninhabitable or thousands non human species and millions. Of human beings. If we continue on the path that we are on now. And and when it comes to cost and people saying that what we're asking for is just too much. We would have a lot of trouble spending enough money to cost us more than climate change is going to cost us. So the status quo right now, maybe comfortable for some people. But the path that we're on is unacceptable, and we need to act now in order to avoid that future. And again, we're talking with Martin Allen of the sunrise movement in Omar Marcella, you mentioned the the economic impact of this as well. We've had the story and Walter shut the hell on this show talking. He wrote the book called the great leveler pointing out that when economic inequality gets his bad as it is now in the west in historical terms, the only thing that's that's restored things to balance has been catastrophe war famine natural disaster, we want to avoid that. And yet at the same time, create a livable future. The fact is the second World War when we talk about comparable mobilizations, the new deal. All of these things improve the economy gave people jobs and improve people's well-being and the green new deal would do the same. We've had Stephanie Kelton and Robert Poland on economists who studied this in great detail and others. The practice a green new deal would help everybody virtually everybody. It wouldn't help the coke brothers and a few others. How do we get to a point where you're just considered insane? Support it. Well, back still work, but sunrise is doing and just touch on what you're book for her. So often we've been sold this narrative, but we have to choose between economy or environment or good jobs, and a livable planet, and what sunrises really doing and young people everywhere is essentially calling Bs on that false choice because we know that what is good for the economy would also be good like if we advance green new deal, and we actually get serious about stopping climate change. That's going to take a whole lot of work that can be good paying jobs that would benefit millions of Americans and also put us on path to actually stop this crisis. So the whole dynamic a like economic growth versus solving climate change is something that pushed down by politician that I don't really want to do what is necessary to deal with this issue. And I got excited about. What I was saying. I forgot what your question was you answered it. And the fact is you know, the politicians talking about well, we'd love to save planet civilization. But you know, we've got jobs got his committee and Sheri's got hurt committee. You know, it's it's ridiculous. But let's talk about for a little for moment about the age thing, you know, because you guys are mostly young you're young. I am other is a young, and you know. Some some people my age say, well, it's our fault. We ruined the world being people my age boomers, whatever ruined the world for you. That is and I was slightly different take I'm willing to take responsibility for what we didn't do. But I think we blew it by not not overthrowing the broken system economically. And politically that Ian, really I didn't get rich off a lousy climate. But some people did and did not lay down in front of the railroad trains in order to prevent them from taking over the political and economic system that was our bad. I think but going forward what are your thoughts about the roles of different generations in this struggle? Or is it basically just one struggle, and we're all in it together. I think. Yeah. Baby boomers get a lot of flack. But I think in order to win this movement needs to have a be a coalition of people across all age groups all races all class backgrounds, and we have decided that we're young people and sunrise because we think that young people have unique moral argument to make and the climate crisis. And we want to empower the voices of young people on this issue. But we welcome the support. And like more elder climate activists who have been in the movement for longer than us, and we buyer them and look to them for guidance as well. So I definitely think it's the latter of what you were saying that this is a movement that really need all people who are willing to take part in it. Well, and I also think I think that's a great answer. And I also think that a lot of times the generation were argument is brought up to distract people from the real struggle with the real obstacles that have to be. You know, your problem isn't some sixty nine year old ex hippie in Iowa stopped marching, right? I mean that that person didn't create the problem. Your problem is the the politicians and the billionaires and the other people who are funding not every billionaire not every politician, but the ones who are on the wrong side of the decision. Your problem in my view is the is the the lack of awareness of broader awareness and consciousness, perhaps because of the media and other things about just how urgent and profound. The problem is. And and I'm sorry. Ranted you like that? And I do think that because you are younger, and you will be dealing with this problem and the worst Sequeira. Sukhois of this problem much longer than the rest of us. Will you do have a unique moral moral arguments? Make and I want to make sure we do everything we can to support you in that argument. So what do the rest of us? Whether we have shows like I do or just concerned citizens who what do we do to help you in that struggle. Well, that's a great question for one. You can go to sunrise movement dot org and plug into the work that we're doing we're going to be going on a fifteen city green new deal tour to help spread the word about this waiting up to the twenty nineteen primaries on twenty twenty eight presidential election or really trying to make the green new deal a central part of any democratic presidential candidates platform. So I think older people have wisdom that they can pass on her movement worked at bam. John a lot of times older people are higher up and whatever professional position that they're in. I think using that opportunity to spread the word on these issues is important. You can also donate to sunrise movement. And we're always like sending out calls to action for how people can be involved, and that's open to people across all ages, for example on the week after the sit in that we did it Nancy Pelosi's office we had a green. New deal day of action where we visited over three hundred congressional offices across the country demanding that our congress people get behind green new deal, and we actually got forty five total congress people officially you supporting Alexsandr cardinal Cortez's resolution for a.

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"robert poland" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on KTOK

"Time for our country. And. I appreciate the effort. Here in Iowa. In helping us determine the direction. We'll take from here. Senator Warren's next stop today. A storm lake followed by Des Moines as the Russia investigation wears on the grand jury working with special counsel. Robert Muller gets extended sources close to the chief federal judge here in Washington US district court tells Fox News that judge barrel. How will extended the grand juries term, the grand juries, original term was eighteen months. And it was set to expire Friday sources in the court or not confirming exactly how long this extension is whether it's for another six months, but typically the grand juries term a caps out around twelve around twenty four months. Fox's ellison. Barber Muller is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, something President Trump has denied a gas leak in a heating unit is being blamed for a fire that killed five teenagers in Poland. During a birthday party inside an escape room. Look around your community. There's probably an escape room game or two. The growing craze of paying to get locked in a room and searching for clues to get out is supposed to be challenging even scary. But the game became a death trap for five fifteen year old girls in Poland Friday night. When a fire broke out a twenty five year old man escaped with burns with the girls were somehow trapped in a room near the fire. That's FOX's Carmen Roberts. Poland's president calls the incident and appalling tragedy,.

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"robert poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I appreciate the effort. Here in Iowa. But in helping us determine the direction our country will take from Senator Warren's next stop today. A storm lake followed by Des Moines as the Russia investigation wears on the grand jury working with special counsel. Robert Muller gets extended sources close to the chief federal judge here in Washington US district court tells Fox News that judge barrel. How will extended the grand juries termed, the grand juries, original term was eighteen months. And it was sent to expire Friday. Sources in the courthouse or not confirming exactly how long this extension is whether it's for another six months, but typically the grand juries term a caps out around twelve around twenty four months. Fox's ellison. Barber Muller is investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, something President Trump has denied a gas leak in a heating unit is being blamed for a fire that killed five teenagers in Poland. During a birthday party inside and escape room. Look around your community. There's. Probably an escape room game or to the growing craze of pain to get locked in a room and searching for clues to get out is supposed to be challenging even scary. But the game became a death trap for five fifteen year old girls in Poland Friday night. When a fire broke out a twenty five year old man escaped with burns with girls were somehow trapped in a room near the fire. That's FOX's Carmen Roberts. Poland's president calls the incident and appalling tragedy,.

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"robert poland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Set of Gotham davina zoos. Bruce, Wayne AKA, can we say it Batman? It's time. He shares what's coming up for his character season five including Bruce, Wayne spending, plenty of time with Commissioner James, Gordon, Gordon and Bursa definitely going to come into somewhat of a partnership in season five as the city is in absolute tatters this show recently marked a one hundred episode. It was also their next to last day of filming it's been not just a job. It's been a lifestyle. It's been it's been my life. It's a really cool responsibility to because as we know this show has always built up to that moment. So what can you tell us about that moment where Bruce Wayne becomes Batman because this is an origin story series. So we always knew that we're gonna see this at the end. It's genius. You know, the the way the way the writers have put it together. Ashley Dvorkin, Fox News. It's time to dream big and fight hard that according to Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat and possible twenty twenty presidential candidate is testing the waters in Iowa this weekend. She was in council bluffs yesterday. I am determined that we build an America. We're not just the children of rich people get a chance to build something. But we're all of our children got a chance to build a real future. That's what I'm in. This fight for Senator Warren is the second democrat to form an exploratory committee. Former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro is also considering a White House Ron legal action in Pennsylvania, pitting parents against a school district. A lawsuit filed by parents in the town of tobacco Pennsylvania near Scranton say the area's school board endangered the community by allowing teachers to bear arms in class one parent rights in the lawsuit that a teacher's role is to teach and not serve as a police officer the teacher. Union and tobacco is already suing the district over the allowance, but the school board says armed teachers will be a deterrent to people seeking to do harm on campus. Eban brown. Fox News, lax security and sub-standard electrical wiring is being blamed for a fire that killed five teenagers during a birthday party in Poland. Look around your community. There's probably an escape room game or to the growing craze of pain to get locked in a room and searching for clues to get out is supposed to be challenging even scary. But the game became a death trap for five fifteen year old girls in Poland Friday night. One of fire broke out a twenty five year old man escaped with burns with the girls were somehow trapped in a room near the fire. That's FOX's Carmen Roberts. Poland's prime minister has sent condolences to the victims families..

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"robert poland" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on KTOK

"Nellie. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent who controls my voice. Nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. It's time to dream big and fight hard that according to Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat and possible twenty twenty presidential candidate is testing the waters in Iowa this weekend. She was in council bluffs yesterday. I am determined that we build an America. We're not just the children of rich people get a chance to build something. But we're all of our children got a chance to build a real future. That's what I'm in. This fight for Senator Warren is the second democrat to form an exploratory committee. Former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro is also considering a White House Ron legal action in Pennsylvania, pitting parents against a school district. A lawsuit filed by parents in the town of tobacco Pennsylvania near Scranton say the area's school board endangered the community by allowing teachers to bear arms in class one parent rights in the lawsuit that a teacher's role is to teach and not serve as a police officer. The teachers union in tobacco is already suing the district over the allowance, but the school board says armed teachers will be a deterrent to people seeking to do harm on campus. Eban brown. Fox News, lax security and sub-standard electrical wiring is being blamed for a fire that killed five teenagers during a birthday party in Poland. Look around your community. There's probably an escape room game or to the growing craze of pain to get locked in a room and searching for clues to get out is opposed to be challenging even scary. But the game became a death trap for five fifteen year old girls in Poland Friday night. When a fire broke out a twenty five year old man escaped with burns with the girls were somehow trapped in a room near the fire. That's FOX's Carmen Roberts. Poland's prime minister has sent condolences to the victims families..

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"robert poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now because it is so much parking and noisy. Yali? Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be silent who controls my voice. Nobody wants news channel real news. Real honest opinion. It's time to dream big and fight hard that according to Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat and possible twenty twenty presidential candidate is testing the waters in Iowa this weekend. She was in council bluffs yesterday. I am determined that we build an America. We're not just the children of rich people get a chance to build something. But we're all of our children got a chance to build a real future. That's what I'm in. This fight for Senator Warren is the second democrat to form an exploratory committee. Former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro is also considering a White House Ron legal action in Pennsylvania, pitting parents against a school district. A lawsuit filed by parents in the town of tobacco Pennsylvania near Scranton say the area's school board endangered the community by allowing teachers to bear arms in class one parent rights in. In the lawsuit that a teacher's role is to teach and not serve as a police officer, the teacher's union, and tobacco is already suing the district over the allowance, but the school board says armed teachers will be a deterrent to people seeking to do harm on campus. Eban brown. Fox News lax security and sub-standard electrical wiring is being blamed for a fire that killed five teenagers during a birthday party in Poland look around your community. There's probably an escape room game or to the growing craze of paying to get locked in a room and searching for clues to get out is supposed to be challenging even scary. But the game became a death trap for five fifteen year old girls in Poland Friday night. When a fire broke out a twenty five year old man escaped with burns with the girls were somehow trapped in a room near the fire. That's FOX's Carmen Roberts. Poland's prime minister has sent condolences to the victims families Pam.

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"robert poland" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert poland" Discussed on WLAC

"It's time to dream big and fight hard that according to Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Massachusetts Democrat and possible twenty twenty presidential candidate is testing the waters in Iowa this weekend. She was in council bluffs yesterday. I am determined that we build an America. We're not just the children of rich people got a chance to build something. But we're all of our children got a chance to build a real future. That's what I'm in. This fight for Senator Warren is the second democrat to form an exploratory committee. Former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro is also considering a White House Ron legal action in Pennsylvania, pitting parents against a school district. A lawsuit filed by parents in the town of Tamakwe, Pennsylvania near Scranton say the area's school board endangered the community by allowing teachers to bear arms in class one parent rights in the lawsuit that a teacher's role is to teach and not serve as a police officer. The teachers union and tobacco is already suing the district over the allowance, but the school board says armed teachers will be a deterrent to people seeking to do harm on campus. Eban brown. Fox News, lax security and sub-standard electrical wiring is being blamed for a fire that killed five teenagers during a birthday party in Poland. Look around your community. There's probably an escape room game or to the growing craze of pain to get locked in a room and searching for clues to get out is supposed to be challenging even scary. But the game became a death trap for five fifteen year old girls in Poland Friday night. When a fire broke out a twenty five year old man escaped with burns with the girls were somehow trapped in a room near the fire. That's FOX's Carmen Roberts. Poland's prime minister has sent condolences to the victims families camp who so Fox News..

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