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"scott wind" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"scott wind" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Dollars in monthly rent and often had children to support federal actions at the time included stimulus checks and expanded unemployment insurance and this week the us census bureau released data on the resulting boost. There was still hardship as the didn't always get quickly to those who needed it. Most but in all more than seventeen million americans avoided poverty. Thanks to pandemic relief programs. In addition to more than thirty million who are already lifted above the poverty line by existing federal programs like social security. The federal aid came at a cost adding to national debt but conservative economic analysts. Scott wind ship summed up the outcome. This way and a tweet this week. The cares act and other extraordinary policy measures from last spring worked. The story was reported by mark trumbull for the monitor. How relevant is the work of jane austen to a society making. Its way through. A pandemic and racial reckoning with more stage and screen versions of persuasion emerging and essayist considers the intersection of regency times and hours in a first person. Essay correspondent janet sadie rights. Jane austen's regency world is not a bad place to escape to in a time of crisis as i learned last year because under all the romance and bucolic country walks characters are bearing up after insult and injury brought on by class gender displacement and loss..

"scott wind" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

07:50 min | 6 months ago

"scott wind" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Being there you know in also in school it you know. Our education in schools initially pre revolution. Was you know we. We were taught the basics. I learned at a very early age about the spanish american war. You know the have you heard about an mine. The main ship called main okay. This is will spain. What will cuma was still a colony of spain. Right and cuba's were trying to you. Know get get up. Just like the united states did with england you know stop being a nation you know country and but despite you know they they they just can fight. The spanish armada basically the army you know. So so what. They knew they knew that. Somehow they have to bring in the united states to help him. So there's conspiracy theories about this that the boat the ship american ship. That was docked. Van obey this is. i'm talking about eighteen. Ninety nine right before. Nineteen to when cuba officially became a country so as pre nineteen to over one hundred years ago right. So this american ship was sparked was docked. Right there in the havana bay and somehow it blows up. There's this theories about that. It was a spanish that did it. Or they'll series that the cubans did it to blame the spanish still eventually. What happened is teddy. Roosevelt built the rough. Riders came down the battles sun hill alone with with with the cuban farmers. You know the word yes is actually wore shiro war hero. That's why the emergence were calling the farm farmers and they thought it was right so the farmers are gotta blow became part of the of of the of the army. It was like you know. It's called the spanish america award but it's really the cubans were fighting along with the americans against the spanish. You know and eventually you know. They got a liberated. And i suggest thank you. Thank you to the united states. Guantanamo that territory that is the base was given to the united states. One what is known today as one time base as a thank you for liberating cuba from the spanish. That's fucking amazing. I never knew that. I had they teach you that in school. They why they used to but when it was a kid you know so. That's fundamental stuff. Yeah yeah. I didn't learn much about cuba. It's what i read. You know what. I read on my own that i learned about cuba and i'm i'm upset that i didn't ask more questions when my mom and dad we're alive won't my mom was alive. You know i was raised. Very anti-castro i was raised in a community. That was very anti-castro. I saw the fucking rage in their faces. You know some people. Say joseph jerk off but some people look at it and they go jo's talking cox. I mean people would lose their mind. When i was a kid. I didn't know what this hatred was about. So i had to actually read look it up and go holy fuck. These fucking people had a hatred in their heart. That was just rough. My mother there was a lady at that was a bartender. My mother's bar that she would make me rubber head every day she would tell me rub. Rub rub my head. And i feel she would make me rubber head shot. I could feel the metal bullets. She hadn't had she was pregnant and she passed a like a stopping cuban. They fired on and she still had fucking bullets floating around ahead. I mean you could feel them. And i had i mean just to shit that i was told was just. It was just horrible. What they did to these people you know. So this has been engrained the nath fucking psyche for years a lot of those pre revolutions people a dead. I mean thank god you still have your mom. She's still alive. But i bet your mom would be a fucking great guest. Tell you exactly what the fuck was going on down there. You know but it's painful painful very painful you know. Yeah very paying everything taken from them. They got lied to and then they got fucked. How would you how would you feel. I mean they fucked. Got everything taken away from them. Well let me tell you. This took my family about a year to all the documentation and visas passports and and you know purchased a ticket all of that and it was. Don't clem the stein. Because if any if we had defense committees which means it was a every block had a watch it will be people watching you watching your every move you made and if they found out something about you there were reported. And then you were you disappear. That's it. they take away an after that. I to to leave everything behind knowing that you cannot give it to any of your relatives. Pass it onto your mom to to to my grandmother. Nothing we left the house. We were not even dressed to to leave the country by that meeting. That back nine six one is gonna be four years. in september. we left sixteen years sixteen years now. We left in september and nine hundred sixty one and we just had like street clothes back back in nineteen sixty want. People dressed up to go on a plane. You know you have to wear a suit and tie now like it is now but you know we left like a normal street clothes and then somewhere along the way we changed into art. Flying traveling glows and we had to think duffle bags they call it sausages bags not even suitcases because we will not walk around with suitcase if you purchase a suitcase menu. We're going somewhere where you're going. You start getting questions and if you have multiple suitcases because everybody in the family scott wind or two then that really raises a flag so everything was done like in a duffel bags. Who could you can pull them up. And put them inside of a paperback. Nobody knew that you were carry. You know so in in the middle of the night before before dawn we we got an a car. We headed doors the airport. You know we changed so on a way there. And i gotta tell you to know that there is no coming back. See if you're an immigrant you can always go back to your country but if you're a refugee refugee you're running away and you're guinea away from from from dangerous lifestyle. Something that takes away your freedom. You're not gonna come back until death. Problem is resolved if ever in your lifetime and we knew that..

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"scott wind" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"scott wind" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"You need the promise to get squatting that is called screaming and vomiting all day long vomiting and screaming. You don't want scrummaging. Didn't know that was the thing you probably don't know. This is the thing. I i am troubled that. I'm not sure that. There's you can get america's attention on really on anything i just. I don't think we pay attention too much. We pay attention to cable. News fights over things that are either like phony or or settle like you're talking about abortion or the voting you know practically everybody is fine with the voter. Id but it's big and things that are actually you know should be are real controversial. There's a real disagreement a big deal. We should be paying attention to and incredibly expensive. For instance senator cory booker. Who ran for president. Said it's the most transformative policy to come out of washington since fdr it is a big deal and it's the checks are going out. Starting today the fifteenth being the official start of this new monthly child credit that is going out from the federal government to practically every kid in america. So it's guaranteed income for people with kids up to three hundred dollars per kid per month. We just got a text from somebody. Who said i got a letter from the irs. Yesterday saying we're going to get up to thirty six hundred dollars a year per child. So it's it's a of money. Three hundred dollars per kid permit point of order. Mr chairman was this giant vote with a back and forth into the reconciliation committee getting together. This is jammed into the stimulus thing. Hold on. I'm gonna take a drink of water. I'm dry mouth. Marco freaking rubio here. Come on de right. When the cuban people need your marco never seen anybody drinks so much water so this was jammed into the covert bill yet this jammed into stimulus money and and it's temporary but all the levers are being pulled already to make it permanent and if you've heard us talk about the book the high cost of good intent intentions. These things almost always become permanent. They almost always become permanent and expand. This one can't really expand unless the dollar number goes up because it's nine out of ten kids already. It's practically every kid in america already. I as i said cory booker. among others calling it the most transformed of policy to come out of dc sense. fdr amongst the Seventy four million children american nine out of ten will qualify for the new monthly payments. Three hundred dollars per kid per month which are scheduled to start on thursday. The money will show up in your bank account. All of a sudden is the like sixty eight million kids ex. Yeah it's i gotta go get my vasectomy reversed still. This is gonna hurt a little bit opponents. Maybe i'll do it myself. There's got to be youtube video opponents. Nobody's paying attention to what are you need like a scalpel. Probably some forceps in a mirror and a steady hand yeah. I'm really bad at doing stuff in a mirror though you know like you gotta clip something. Clip a hair. Whatever and you're looking in the mirror. Soften the i when i removed my own stitches from my head. I was trying to ask the mayor. Good idea. I got the two worst scars on. My body are both from the last couple of years when instead of going into the doctor to have my stitches removed. I removed the myself and both times. The problem was i waited way. Too long and That was gruesome solid. Plan their frankenstein. Boy opponents warn that by aiding families that do not work the policy reverses decades of success child poverty had fallen to a record low before the pandemic of twelve percent in two thousand nineteen a drop of more than a third since the nineteen nineties cory booker is quoted earlier in the article. Him talking about this. The big transformation saying we have one of the highest child poverty rates in america. Okay later in the same new york times article. They talk about how child poverty had flown fallen to a record. Low twelve percent prior to the pandemic. So it's a solution in search of a need sense you you could reasonably assume things are gonna get back to normal after the pandemic or at least wait and see if they do. We are at a record. low child. Poverty dropped more than a third cincinnati's when bill clinton put an end to welfare. That wasn't tied to work. But we're bringing it back. And i'm quoting now. This guy scott wind ship from the ad i- conservative group. Echoing what i just said a few minutes ago. I'm surprised there hasn't been more pushback from other conservatives on this argues that unconditional aid can cause. The port long-term harm by reducing the incentive to work and. Mary has proved over and over again. Study after study from nineteen sixty seven on. Yeah yeah i know. I know it was so successful. It was so good but the just the reality of politics is if people are dependent on you at a party or a government. They will vote for you over and over again. They dare not toss you out of office because week after week month after month year after year. They've become dependent on those checks. It's the oldest. You know one of the greatest books i've ever read. It's called the dictator's handbook by bruce. Win on the mosquito. I wish i had a name nearly that cool and alastair smith and it's it's about how every single political system from a monarchy to a dictatorship to a parliamentary to our republican system. A system. By which the spoils the wealth of a nation and the privileges are distributed to groups of people and depending on the system. The group of people will change kim jong hoon. Doesn't have to distribute the spoils to the people because the elite the military the police whatever they're getting fed and clothed and they will kill the people if they step out of line. It's pretty efficient system in our system. Joe biden company are just going to give three hundred and fifty dollars a month to everybody. Who's got youngsters distributing the wealth of the nation to ensure their loyalty that it's the same thing. It's form compared to past eight debates opposition. So far has been muted. You realize this past just four months ago. It was one of those multi million dollar deals that got passed on the idea that the economy's bad and kobe killing us. Remember the last one that got past this one where many people were screaming. Hey kobe's almost over in the economy seems to be coming back. So why are we but anyway it all got spent and you know written into law and this will be ruinous for poor america black america in the long term the generational term. It's terrible policy but it doesn't matter they're going to get the votes they don't care tip the cap to the new york times for featuring one a black gentleman who said this is This is a crutch and people get addicted to the money and he said i'm not gonna take it because it's bad for family so good for them for even throwing that out there we we'll get into more of the details later in the show but this is a big deal that practically nobody is paying attention to its over a hundred billion dollars a year starting with What it will cost and you'll probably end up being permanent because mostly things do anyway. You gotta tell us what scrambling is. Oh that's right. Yeah yeah it has to do with the really strong pot these days the marriage you wanna and they go through this this seventeen year old guy who spent the entire day screaming vomiting. They took him to the The emergency room and doctors are expressing alarm over the increasing potency cabinets cannabis the health risks. It poses from psychiatric issues. Including psychotic episodes to cannabinoid hyper emeritus. Emesa syndrome known as scrubbing because people riemann vomit all day long or more. We'll hit you with them in our to. That doesn't.

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"scott wind" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"scott wind" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"scott wind" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"scott wind" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Covered 19 global recession and pandemic that has impacted the world has impacted destroyed. Australians know that many many months ago that this day would come for the record. It's the country's first recession in 28 years. Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign desk, You're listening to Eddie. Top story. There were no major demonstrations last night in Portland, according to social media reports, small groups gathered at Alberta Park and outside of the Justice Center. They demonstrated for awhile, then loved Portland. Police need your help to find whoever shot a teenager to death in northeast Portland last week. 11 90 Kg X is Gail Cunningham says There's a reward being offered in the case. When officers responded to that shots fired Call last Thursday night near Gateway Discovery Park, they found four young adults suffering from gunshot wounds. While three had non life threatening injuries. 16 year old jail in Scott's wound was fatal. The medical examiner ruled his death a homicide, but there's still no suspect information. Now Portland police and Crime stoppers are offering a reward of up to $2500 for information leading to an arrest. We have Jalen Sze photo at 11 90 k x dot com If you recognize him or know anything about the crime, contact Crime stoppers that's 11 90 K excess. Gail Cunningham Lawmakers in the state Senate is Business and Labor Committee spend nearly four hours grilling the head of Oregon's employment. Apartment. Acting director David Gerson fell, says problems getting checks out quickly might not be solved by a modernized system. But other states that had modernize that had state of the art systems. Phil. We're not able to keep up on our having challenges getting new programs created as quickly as they would like. And some of the same challenges that Gorgon is facing. Kirsten Feld's is calling. The department has been challenging and even though they're handling five times more calls than before Kobe 19. It isn't enough, he says. Training to employees, constant federal changes and additional programs and having a system that cannot pay out more than $999 per check our some of their ongoing issues, the Oregon State Fair would normally be underway, right Now, but because of the pandemic had had to be postponed. Presale tickets for next year's fair Go on sale at noon today. That's a look at the latest news. I'm John Jeffries, NewsRadio 11 90 K X Here Right now switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 align.

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"scott wind" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"scott wind" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"scott wind" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Saints plan the Vikings. This is becoming a match up. That seems to happen urine. You're out in the postseason and crazy things happen. In that matchup seahawks seahawks will be playing the eagles. A little bit after that I'm expecting pretty good football games to be quite honest with you. I do expect the saints to come away with this one. Just too many offensive weapons. Michael Thomas is just ridiculous. One hundred forty nine catches on the season. Seventeen hundred plus yards Alvin. Kamara didn't have a spectacular year. However I do like the way that he came on the last last couple of weeks in the season defensively? That's always the question mark for me about the saints. But they've been pretty good pretty solid throughout the year. The Vikings kings obviously went through some early struggles kirk cousins Not Having the grace relationship with his wide receivers early on the season. They figured things is out. They got the balanced attack with Delvin. Cook Devon Cook gets a little bit banged up. These guys become a little bit of a not not the same complete team toward the end of the season. I don't really like the way that they finished the season. Quite frankly losing to the bears losing to the packers so they come into the post season season on a losing streak delvin Cook. I understand. He'll be back but at the same time. Look Man. This guy's banged up. He's probably probably not one hundred percent defensively. They're missing a couple of quarterbacks that that sounds like a really scary proposition. When you've got to face drew brees on the other side of the ball so quite frankly I think the deck is stacked pretty highly against the Minnesota Vikings? Unfortunately for them. So I I really. We liked the saints to come out of this one victorious and I wouldn't be surprised if they wind up winning this thing like thirty eight to seventeen or something along those lines because I I just think they have too many weapons. They're going to be absolutely jacked up the play at home and the Vikings come in a little bit banged up Mike. They're GONNA be a they're gonNA be absolutely jacked up the play the vikings after what happened up in Minnesota last year too. I mean you know. Athletes are like to talk about revenge. Games payback hey back and all that kind of stuff I guarantee you New Orleans looking for payback and you know you you say that the score being thirty eight seventeen you know type of game. I absolutely agree with Just from the standpoint of New Orleans wants to make statements Minnesota and they don't care how they do it they just want to make a statement I absolutely agree with everything you said. Offensively in terms of New Orleans the weapons that they got Michael. Thomas is absolute stud. I catches everything that is within thin. All I don't know ten feet of them kind of thing it always seems like he's he's making a spectacular cash and then you got Kamar like the over under for Kamara in terms of totally are like ninety five I can. I can see him going over that today. I think New Orleans is going to open the playbook a little bit and gives Minnesota some things that they they haven't seen on tape Because I just I you know. They're coaching south. Just seemed like that kind of coaching staff To me and then what you got yes Seattle in Philly man I you know. I'm I think Seattle is GonNa win this. I think Russell Wilson is going to be able to get it done in tight game but you know both these games are going to be great games. I really do. I think it's GonNa be fun. Football Watch and Just like we always say North Get your popcorn and get your soda and how you know have a good time. No you hit on something though. That was kind of Interesting to me and that that is the fact that New Orleans I think that they can get extremely. He died hill with Hill. What they can do with him They can use that guy as a running back. They can use that as a wide receiver. They can music is a quarterback they could probably throw that guy in on special teams. They could probably throw this guy in on defense like seriously that dude is so versatile and it just this gives them all kinds of creativity and all kinds of options on offense. So I kind of agree with you. I think that we haven't seen the full arsenal of the New Orleans Saints. I don't know if they break it out today. If they have to hold onto it and save it potentially but I agree man. That's very dynamic offense. That is waiting to explode again. Michael Thomas. I didn't even mention Jared Cook from the tight end spot. That new ridiculous Again they they've got a lot of weapons they're really good T- festively. It's just a question for me. I don't trust Kirk cousins though quite frankly man so let's call it. The trust factor drew brees or cousins for me. It's one hundred percent. drew brees over Kirk cousins. Especially when this guy doesn't show up in big time game and we know what drew brees does so Yeah Man I gotta say I I really really like the New Orleans Saints Today And I know it's an interesting number seven and a half. I think they walk away from this this thing seriously man. I'll repeat it for you. People thirty eight seventeen is kind of ringing in my head. As far as how dominant I think the the New Orleans saints can wind up being in this football game against the Vikings just. They didn't finish the season right man. There banged up. They're missing. They're missing their two key guys for them in their defensive backfield so Going to be a very tough task. A daunting task to take care of them at the Mercedes Benz Superdome Superdome in New Orleans Louisiana. I I love the Saints Seahawks Eagles. You started mentioning that game a little bit Russell Wilson Going up against Carson Wentz. Who you know a few weeks ago? We were talking about the lack of weapons that he had and he still has a lack of weapons. However Carson Wentz has shown up and the eagles once again are in the postseason Mike and we all remember the phillies special and that had nothing to do with Carson Lance but the point of the matter is that there could be affiliate special somehow here today in the sense of them walking away from this game with a victory? Victory at Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia against the SEAHAWKS. Who In my humble opinion breaux they would they would be S- mode because because they went desperate mode they have no backfield? Carson gets hurt Penny. Gets her all their running backs are gone so you go to desperation mode instead of what people like to call piece mode. I'm calling it. Desperation mode at this point is career and they had to go back to peace mode road. I don't think it's enough potential chilly. But I love Russell Wilson. And it's hard for me to go against him. And and the two quarterbacks like I trust them equally to be honest with you so it comes down to who makes more plays and who has more playmakers. Is Tyler Lockett A- and metcalf making plays is it marshawn Lynch somehow making plays for for Russell. Wilson on the other side is of Mike Sanders Enders. is he able to give them enough. Or you know what they found something with Scott man like because of the game so you know Scott wound up being a pretty pretty nice piece for for Carson Wentz and you know who's going to step up and make a play for him as it Zakar. He's been really good for him. Or is it God or who who makes a play for her for for for one of these guys is a Carson Wentz. That gets a playmate for him. Or is it Russell Wilson. That gets a play for him. No those those are all. Those are all good questions. Definitely Trust. I Trust Ross Probably a little more than you do over over Lance. You remember remember this is this is once I lap and and and I don't care that you've been in the League for how long these three or four years whatever it's been but your first playoff game is still your first playoff game and You Know Doug Peterson. Talk this week about trying to keep His quarterback Kinda in a not not necessarily. I don't know the right term under wraps but just kind of under control and and and making him realize he doesn't have to do absolutely everything for them to win. He has to trust his teammates and stuff. So that tells me out that tells me Peterson you know maybe a little concerned about just hey. I got a quarterback. He's been in the League for a little while but he's still having it for playoff game This week and and he has some concerns and you know look crosses the Super Bowl champion. He's he's as cool as the pillows. Stuart Scott used to say I and you know he's he's told some rabbits out of out of the hat this this year I think and I don't know about you but I think metcalf decay metcalf for Seattle has has superstar written All over him I just think he has the size. He has the hands he has route running. I mean he had a little better as route running. But I mean for a rookie He's he's he's making an impression on me and I think down the line he's going to be one of Russell Wilson's Goto guys In in the future. So this game name. I think it's GonNa be closer than the New Orleans game. I think. Seattle and Wilson Find a way to you know you win by field goal you know maybe four or five points or something but it's going to be an entertaining game to watch. I think points are gonNA come at a premium in this one. I think they played earlier in the season. If I'm not mistaken and I think the score was seventeen to nine so I think points are GonNa come pretty tough in this football game. I I think the metcalf you know obviously young wide receiver I think probably we like about him. is the size Scuz- like six foot four and two hundred and thirty pounds So it it. It's it's tough to WANNA go and compete against a guy like that when when you're five foot ten Deepak for for the most part You're going up against that guy is so I I think he creates nightmares. And he's a mismatch He's an he's he's a match up nightmare. If you will for for defenses and you know Tyler Lockett is like the complete opposite. He's tiny right like the dude is so so small when he can fit through all kinds of little holes and things like that. I think they have a good dynamic. You know I think it's an interesting dynamic there in Seattle off Russell. Wilson has decent options. I don't think he has the greatest options. Tight end is is okay. It's not spectacular. Obviously the running back position man if you don't have that balance If the eagles can make Seattle extremely one dimensional where they make it where Russell's going back and throw in two out of three plays I I. I think that that's tough and the eagles do have a good front for..

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"scott wind" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"New Jersey fast track from the town square news network Katie and asset management and Rick Scott winds have died down but it's still going to be breezy and cold tonight right to safety questions after a young girl was killed in South Jersey another Jersey town moves to ban plastic bags in straws will New Jersey tax your pumpkin it depends on whether or not you're going to eat it in sports Astros push the Yankees to the brink devils get their first win of the year she was trounced the Broncos and lose my home is to a new you injury details of our top stories coming up in the minutes ahead we begin this morning with our first weather and religious Dan zero lot of people chasing their seat cushions around the backyard after yesterday's win yourself included as I recall yeah I the wind has been a pretty ferocious it will come down a little bit today let's call it breezy gust as high as thirty miles an hour especially this morning you'll find partly sunny skies and dry weather today temperatures in the forties this morning will top out around sixty this afternoon that is I hear below normal for this time of year the wind the finally dies down tonight that combination of calm winds clear skies dry air leading to some pretty cold temperatures tonight lows in the mid thirties to lower forties a frost advisory has been issued for Sussex Warren Morris hundred and Somerset County is for tomorrow morning as we could see some little ice crystals tomorrow nice fall day shaping up for your Saturday sunshine with les clouds highs in the lower sixties lower sixties again for Sunday but a passing storm system does look to bring us a period of rain especially for South Jersey along the coast every not guaranteed in the timing is still in flux depends on the track of the storm system you will find lots of clouds around on Sunday but Monday we flip back to sunshine with highs improving to the mid sixties right now New Brunswick fifty one alpha forty nine and Jackson is fifty family jerseys first news five oh two others Friday morning as a South.

"scott wind" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"scott wind" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Hey jason delray and i'm hosting a new podcast called land end of the giants in it we examined the most powerful tech companies of our time season one's called the rise of amazon about how jeff bezos turn what was just an online bookseller into one of the biggest companies in the world and how transform the way we shop live and work will explore how amazon prime is the key typic- company's success and how it's something you'll never quit. We'll see what happens when amazon builds a warehouse in a small kansas town and then also what happens when it decides to weep and we'll ask why is amazon building microwaves powered by alexa and what is with all the robots it's built and of course we'll tackle. The biggest question of our time is amazon cubic too powerful who end of the giants from recode and the vox media podcast network new episodes come out every tuesday. Listen and subscribe for free on apple podcasts or in your favorite podcasts at one thing we haven't done really yet is talk through the the big picture mobility so in terms of what you've found. How would you tell the story of american mobility over the past fifty or sixty years yeah so you know america of course has been perceived as a land of opportunity for a long time my own parents came here as emigrants searching coaching for opportunity like like so many others and what we found is i think disheartening louis america's no longer as much of a land of opportunity as at once so for kids born in the middle of the last century in the forties and fifties virtually all of those kids went on to earn more than their parents did. Is it simple way of thinking about the american her can dream right so lots of things involved in the american dream. I think one cornerstone of it is the idea that this is a country where through hard work any kid should be able to go on onto have a higher standard of living than their parents and that was basically true for kids born in the middle of the last century something like ninety percent of kids born at that time went onto earn more than their parents did we looked over time though and looked at what fraction of kids went onto earn more than their parents for kids born in the seventies and the eighties and so on you just see a really dramatic matic fading of the american dream such that for kids who are entering the labour market today. It's basically a fifty fifty shot now as to whether you're going to do better than your parents so it's a fact that for many americans at present. It's no longer the case that this is a place where you're going to be moving up relative. Your parents and i think that's what what drives a lot of the frustration that people around america are expressing so the the critique you hear this and all associated with scott wind chop. Who's a conservative scholar who has sort of makes the argument consistently that mobility is knock on down that opportunity is still alive. That incomes have gone up more than more than we thank you sorta makes two arguments response one one is that because of delayed marriage and rising divorce and delayed childbearing fertility of smaller families now because you have smaller families lays given amount of income needs to <hes> be spread over fewer people and that when you take that into account will actually most people are better off than their parents were the same age. What do you think about the argument. Also we assessed that argument in this paper that we published in science a couple of years ago. <hes> i reported these results and we have a version of the analysis where we adjust for household size and look could have the results change and it's true that because households are smaller today real incomes per capita in some sense are are higher but to me that doesn't fundamentally change the trend so it rather than going from ninety percent to fifty percent. It goes from ninety percent to sixty percent. The point here is not literally whether the numbers fifty percent or not. It's whether thirds declined relative to the past and i've spoken with scott about this and i don't think there's any disagreement here. I don't think anyone thinks there hasn't been a quite substantial decline. There's some debate about the magnitude of the decline but in my view that's not the core issue here. The point is there's been a big change and we should try to understand what the drivers of mobility v._r. I would just say i think the argument that i would be. I think it's weird to say that you should adjust smaller family size given that a lot of people would like to have bigger families but don't feel they have the income to do so <hes> if you think of having a family as some degree <hes>. I don't want to say having a family economic gut. I just had a child. I did not think about as a like a like something. I did for economic utility but if i was not able to have a family because i didn't feel i had the money to support one you. You might look at me and say well look. He's got more money because he didn't have a family without have been a terrible right hit my life and to to kind of life. I wanna live and <hes> so i. I don't know that that strikes me is very strange. That's exactly i mean and i like the that's why our baseline notion that what we start with as the default is just household income. I i just think that's a sensible way to way people think about how well they're doing you know rather than dividing it by the number of people in the household and so forth i totally agree with you but i say notwithstanding that if somebody has a different view on that question even then you'd still come to the conclusion that there's been a big fading of the american dream and what about the argument that within these the results does not have attention being paid to employer nonfinancial non monetary compensation like healthcare benefits and pension benefits <hes> <hes> that price indexes are off that were not counting transfers correctly that there's a bunch of <hes> basically transfer in the system and subsidies in the system either from government or employers. There's that are big enough now to really change the data but that <hes> but it better not being counted. I mean liberals will talk about this in the poverty side of the poverty rate doesn't tell the crack story array because not taking into account any transfers. You can't say that the transfers aren't helping. You're just not looking at them yeah so but i don't think this idea so much when you're talking about overall trajectory trajectory of household income in an american life chances yeah so again i would give a similar answer. We have a version where we add in transfers. We account you. You use different price indices again broadly. I don't think the qualitative patterns change but i think you can also take different approach and ask. What are you trying to measure. What's the right way to think about about the american dream. Is it that you're now doing better than your parents because you're getting more transfers from the government or is it that you actually have the opportunity to earn more than your parents did. Ed and i actually think it's not totally clear. It's not just about your net income. I think for many people the american dream is about having the opportunities to you have the type of job that yields a certain level of earnings. It's the dignity associated with that. It's the freedom and opportunities <hes> associated associated with that so while we focus on incomes as a simple thing we can measure systematically. I think we should recognize that. The idea of the american dream is actually much broader than that so that gets us back. I think to the question of places to do the american dream well and we talked about it. Go about policy. What are the non-policy factors that you have found in. Your research are most predictive of whether or not a place is gonna have high opportunity or not so i you know i'm not sure i would divide things neatly early into policy and non-policy factors because i think a lot of things that might appear to be non-policy. Factors are indirectly shape through policies so let me just list what i see is the strongest predictive factors and i should note. This is not something where we have the definitive answer yet. We continue to work on this but let's just talk about what are the characteristics of the the places that have the highest levels of opportunity. They tend to have certain systematic features as we talked about. They tend to have less concentrated poverty to tend to be more mixed income integrated areas. They tend to be places with more two parent families so this is actually one of the strongest patterns in the data places that have more stable family structures..

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"scott wind" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In to fear and not do anything about it for some kind of political reason shame on us one leader McConnell is pushing back not against democratic senators but against the media no matter how much they live no matter how much they boy will not be in Canada just put something on the floor says senator Schumer and its leader McConnell who is the Majority Leader who can determine what's put on the floor and he has put nothing on the floor on elections but a colonel appears focused mainly on his media critics American pundits calling on Americans official treasonous because of a policy disagreement if anything is an asset to the Russian it is disgusting behavior like that Lindy Kenyan Washington twenty one till president trump did sign that bill extending funding for the nine eleven victim compensation fund from the nation's capital Terry Moore has details during a ceremony in the rose garden trump called nine eleven first responders exceptional heroes they answered terror with the emotional strength of through American warriors the bill provides long term health care funding for first responders who were affected by toxic debris at ground zero after the nine eleven attacks the love and loyalty of our nine eleven respond is new no balance trump said many cops and firefighters rushed to the ashes of hell to search for victims after the twin towers collapsed since September eleventh we have lost more than two thousand first responders and survivors to nine eleven related cancers and illnesses trump was surrounded by a large contingent of New York first responders as he signed the bill the effort to extend funding got a big push from former daily show host Jon Stewart during emotional testimony stored said lawmakers should be ashamed for allowing periodic lapses in funding I'm Terry Moore in Washington nineteen till let's switch gears with America in the mornings Jim Bohannon later issue to a program with which I personally familiar I took part of this program many many years ago it is the American Legion boys' state and boys nation program and the other is a a comparable American Legion auxiliary girls state and girls nation program and it introduces young people to the processes and responsibilities of being an active participant in our free society let's start with this Godwin who is director of the boys nation tell us about boys and girls state boys and girls nation yes so long as sort of a gym is that yeah we basically get applicants from the from the state level and those applicants are pulled from their individual communities to their schools their high schools we actually some of them are home go home schooled and then those are brought forth by the American Legion and then they get into their state programs and for those state programs are a small St city I mean so they have city elections have state elections counties eccentric and from there they create their own platforms their own bills and they run their little their their state and then on from there they're pulled up two of them are pulled from each state to the national level where they do their senators here and if they do they're pretty much exact same thing they bring forth a bill and they sit down as though they were actual senators in our gym and they they create everything that are in the process I know that wells Ellen Berg the American Legion legislative director during this process for example this year's group at a chance to meet with the vice president pants at they'll get a chance to meet with the their respective members of their state could congressional delegations of the like it's a it's a learning process and I just wish every American they could take part of this program a fully immersive experience where the young men are not only meeting the news makers of the day the vice president are elected members in Congress but they're also simulating what it means to run a government so before they come to the program they submit bills and resolutions I believe we had about a hundred and twenty four hundred and thirty pieces of legislation submitted before the program and then each of the two representatives from the state or centrally their United States senators they break in the committees they introduce their bills and resolutions they move those pieces of legislation through the committee process ultimately to be debated and voted on in the Senate for and ultimately of course they also elect a president and vice president of their respective groups that we have with us the the boys nation representatives in that capacity let's start with the new vice president of boys station Thomas Pedley of Helena Montana what are your plans now that you've got boys station almost behind you and you're looking forward to your future life well I'm I'm ready to finish up my high school career as a senior and just work hard on academics I would like to go into nursing go to nice out of state college so I can X. explore a little bit of this country before I get back to Montana outstanding and the the new president of boys nation Lucas as of late from Gardner Massachusetts and what got you involved in this program Lucas well actually a counselor at my school my school does not normally send they'll gets the boys state but this year they actually plan to sew a counselor at my school recommended me for the program and initially I was kind of anxious about going but she convinced me to go and I went and it was in I carry that anxiety through the first two or three days but by the end of the week I was loving it and I knew I wanted to go to the national level so I ran for senator of Massachusetts I won and then I ran for president and I one president of boys nation tells dandy as you wish to attend the Massachusetts maritime academy I gather yes I plan to attend for marine engineering so that I can become a engineering officer in the merchant marine yes for Thomas the first to any thoughts about interim politics actively which is not the the only goal of this program but has appointed your appetite at all maybe for that sort of thing yeah I think that a a local and state level for sure what's unique about Montana's we really do have a civilian legislature as you only have to serve ninety days every two years is how our state does it which means our legislature has a lot of teachers police officers firefighters lord people of all different professions so it really makes a doable with that with another job so and the Lucas reservados any thoughts that the you bite the divert from of maritime engineering to active political life well I firmly believe that to be a true politician you have to have been one of your constituents and I think that a blue collar way of life and before politics is the way to do that eventually I do maybe see myself becoming a representative of my congressional district I do see myself maybe serving on my city council I may even see myself as a senator or president of the United States but for the time being I think it's important to have that blue collar background on my belt a number of prominent people have certainly attended the boys or girls state or boys or girls nation Bill Clinton for example is in the law firm of that and that we think are our guests for the participation in this program again and Scott wind is director of boys nation wells Ellen Berg American Legion legislative director and that the two were participants so Lucas as of eight oh of Gardner Massachusetts the new president of boys nation Thomas Penley the new vice president from Helena Montana you can learn more about the program at the legion dot org slash boys nation legion dot org slash boys nation.

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"scott wind" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Seven thirty six left in the second period here rebel Mt. Has place in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, and it wouldn't be Valentine's Day game. Without a Jumbotron proposal. The answer seems to be yes, and thunderous applause as there should be congratulations to the new happy. Couple an existing couple is the hills Thanh hill listening inside Denver International airport, while they're eating dinner before they go on vacation with one ear bud that instead of. February fourteenth is just and apps game day on the calendar. Todd for your education the avalanche and the altitude radio network. Here's a slapper from the point of I'm acid, save with the right bad. Grantham and gets loose puck for the country onto pastureland is closing that land. Scott wind fires save me by rebound to the park on through binoculars. From meek arrangement Scott keeps alive Ramzan avoids. A check from Morrison Morrissey fell awkwardly into the dance. Report. Gerard one-timer clients. Fires from Rwanda's dog and bright taxation from Hellabrunn collect. Now, here's cycling cross Redline camp at all. Wheeler who? Choice. Hopefully gets to it wheels. That are under the corner per tile. It back across the gorge. Doc collects kicked three though by Shifu. Trying to regroup and get a forward off the boards and here comes mad cow BWI icing halibut out the point a little bit of a piece of it. Now. Hello buckle one handed again on coming as the ad all at the Ford. Check the agents the puck is loose..

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"scott wind" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Okay. So for a good faith argument on the right? There's been an ongoing conversation about whether the economy has left behind people who are young and and non college educated, and whether that is leading to the grave social ills we're seeing in terms of the opioid epidemic single motherhood lack of marriage et cetera. Now, the argument that I have made is that this is not in fact in economic problem. There may be an economic problem insofar as we can change certain policies to make the live for those people better without restricting the economic rights of others, and that I'm all in favor of and those are policies we should look at. But the argument that's been made by folks like Tucker Carlson is that institutional failures of marriage, for example, are are basically economically oriented. I think the evidence for that extra is week. I think it's a very weak argument. The reason I think it's a weak argument is because the marital rates have been. Climbing among rich people and for people in the United States not at the same rate, but they have been declining consistently for years. The age of first marriage has raised dramatically among both rich and non rich people. The only difference is that rich people or upper-class people higher income. People are not having babies during that period and poor people are having babies during that period, and that's not because of unavailability of contraceptives. Right. I mean, you can get contraceptive care if you are a poor person in the United States, or if you're on college educated in the United States what we have is a cultural problem, a cultural mores problem in the United States. Well, the argument that's been made on the other side is the basically the middle class has been falling behind or the working class has been falling apart, and because the working class has been falling apart people can't afford to get married. I think this ignores a fair bit of data number one. The idea the working class is dramatically falling behind. I think is itself extraordinarily debatable. Scott wind ship wrote a piece on this over at national review was actually directed. This piece by Orrin casts who disagrees with me on this Scott wind chip or a piece on this over at national review in late night. Remember in which he talked about the the kind of exaggeration of the plate of the working class in the United States. He says the analysis overstates the extent to which the labor market is broken and attributes too much causal force to changes in the economy while there are few economic stats non college Americans to inspire celebration. Most important indicators have either not worsened or explanations that point to labor supply problems rather than problems of labor demand. Generally. No change can't explain change. He says instead of economics client, I the other factors behind the elements of cultural and social crisis. We currently face. He says let's stipulate off the bat that pay rate rose faster in the forties fifties and sixties than it has over the past forty five years. There's no mystery about the primary cause labor productivity has grown more slowly since the nineteen sixties. That's true. Not just in the US, but across the industrialized world, and that reflects the shift of economies toward more service occupations in a second on a with this sort of economic analysis, and they're gonna get to why people actually aren't getting married and having babies in the United States or why they're having babies out of wedlock in the United States. I don't think. It has to do with free trade, which is sort of the argument being made talk about that in just a second. I I need to remind you this show when you are currently listening to can be seen. You can look at it can see my face. You can see the clips some of these clips you may want. You may not want to see depending on what we show in the next segment, but you're gonna.

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"scott wind" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on 790 KABC

"More you save. And right now, they've got a bunch of starter sets. You can try for just five bucks like their oral care toothpaste is Minty fresh after that the restock box ships regular size products at regular price. So what exactly are you waiting for get your starter set right now for just five bucks at dollarshaveclub dot com slash man. That's dollarshaveclub dot com slash Van Gogh check it out right now, dollarshaveclub dot com slash Ben. Okay. So for a good faith argument on the right? There's been an ongoing conversation about whether the economy has left behind people who are young and and non college educated, and whether that is leading to the grave social ills we're seeing in terms of the opioid epidemic single motherhood lack of marriage. It's at right now, the argument that I have made is that this is not in fact in economic problem. There may be an economic problem insofar as we can change certain policies to make the live for those people better without restricting the economic rights of others, and that I'm all in favor of and those are policies we should look at. But the argument that's been made by folks like Tucker Carlson is that institutional failures of marriage, for example, are are basically economically oriented. I think the evidence for that is weak. I think it's very weak argument. The reason I think it's a weak argument is because the marital rates have been. Climbing among rich people and poor people in the United States not at the same rate. But they haven't declining consistently for years, the age of first marriage has raised dramatically among both rich and non rich people. The only difference is that rich people or upper-class people higher income. People are not having babies in that period and poor people are having babies during that period, and that's not because of unavailability of contraceptives. Right. I mean, you can get contraceptive care if you are a poor person in the United States, or if you're non college educated in the United States, but we have is a cultural problem, a cultural mores problem in the United States. Well, the argument that's been made on the other side is the basically the middle class has been falling behind or the working class has been falling apart, and because the working class has been falling apart people can't afford to get married. I think this is a fair bit of data number one. The idea the working class is dramatically falling behind. I think is itself extraordinarily debatable. Scott wind chip wrote a piece on this over at national review. I was actually directed. This piece by Orrin cash who disagrees with me on this Scott wind ship or a piece on this over national review in late November. Member in which he talked about the kind of exaggeration of the plate of the working class in the United States. He says the analysis overstates the extent to which labor market is broken. When attributes too much force to changes in the economy while there are few economic stats on non college Americans to inspire celebration. Most important indicators have either not worsened or of explanations that point to labor supply problems rather than problems of labor demand. Generally, no, change can't explain change. He says instead of economics client is the other factors behind the elements of cultural and social crisis. We currently face. He says let's stipulate off the bat that pay rate rose faster in the forties fifties and sixties than it has over the past forty five years. There's no mystery about the primary cause labor productivity has grown more slowly since the nineteen sixties that's not just in the US, but across the industrialized world, and that reflects the shift of economies toward more service occupations in a second on a continue with this sort of economic analysis, and then on it gets to why people actually are getting married and having babies in the United States or why they're having babies out of wedlock in the United States. I don't think. It has to do with free trade, which is sort of the argument being made talked about that in just second. I I need to remind you this show when you are currently listening to can be seen. You can look at it. You can see my face. You can see the clips some of these clips you may want to see some of you may not want to see depending on what we show in the next segment, but you're gonna want.

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"scott wind" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It over blended. Scott winds and fires and sliding to make a play was Mark for Viet ski. I still have a behind the cage. It's it draws everyone down below the goal line gets to the point. But Tyson berry got tied up along the boards. Brandon. Four for Nathan MacKinnon holds up. Mckinnon farside circa return pass. Randy, Scott crepes. We've done the shot. Randy Scott tries to go back to the point one time from berry winds fires say by Nielsen Gerard behind the net. Nathan MacKinnon takes a check lost in his skates momentarily rented it throws a hit on Smith to try and get the puck back, and the is still can't clear Scott held up for a moment. Ottawa throws the puck along the wall in front of the ads bench and they have to retreat out towards center ice. They'll make a chain McKinnon on the puck right now for Colorado at his own blue line. Sam Gerard backing into the zone feeling pressure from Zac Smith who looks up to the heavens and collect Severi deep breath. Yaro gets the puck in the corner. And takes the hit and gets it up the wall in front of the Ottawa bench. Circle the circle pass for me and call now rare Johnson's fan Andrew ghetto on the charge. Joe's waiting to stay on Saad. Andhra ghetto watch the puck go right past him. Andrew Shane takes over in his own zone. Speed up the right wing Duchenne logo. At Senator Shane still has Jane stick handling through a crowd left it. Nobody home taking over. Now. Here's a bright voice. Andrew ghetto, always poked free at the last second by Tommy. Andrew ghetto throws a hits on Dylan Thomas your bought a appoint a game player. But also a heck of a defender throws it in front. They score again. An amazing shift for the Ottawa Senators mix the play on one day, and then tease it up. Rhine to single on the other single has his nineteenth goal of the season and the Ottawa Senators if you can believe it happened three nothing lead. The second period has just been a disaster for the Colorado Avalanche. Not even halfway through it. And. Abs- have surrendered three goals. Brought it is seeming Parlama is played very well. In this game. So far. Defense is just gonna Peng out to dry. Senator tyranny versus Alexander Kirkland. Puckett's down and tyranny, you will win the draw for Ottawa. Bring it down on Varlamov. It wide of the net. Steered aside, you know, try and tip it back. Alexander government has collected himself. But turned the puck over centering pass. The backhand is four Chuck buddy pure wets away from a massive hidden front of the net Hotta retreats to neutral zone. They tag up there on cyber they commit icing. So three goals in this period for the Ottawa Senators could Chuck his eleventh stone his twenty first of the year and Ryan do single his nineteenth. Shane and Chaban assistance on the latest tally for auto one. Thirty five to go in the second period. Is down paint solve one by the sense zone. In pass for stone. Intercepted at center by JT govern. He'll take over the Ren live Ford for Carl and his skates. Soderbergh ahead hit on Cody CCC's, he able to get the puck free reaching Ford is pretty good Chuck ads poking away Soderbergh takes it away Soderbergh pleads at one time shot say made by Nielsen fencing puck rebound is loose to the corner. Absolutely the one last touch couldn't get it. Soderbergh works his way to the puck again behind the net. Now back to the point Eric Johnson, long blue line your sign Tyson. Very throws it on Nielsen routine glove, save he'll hang on. And we get another stoppage in play and some Pushkin shoving with ten. Oh, one to.

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"scott wind" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Okay. So for a good faith argument on the right? There's been an ongoing conversation about whether the economy has left behind people who are young and and non college educated, and whether that is leading to the grave social ills we're seeing in terms of the opioid epidemic single motherhood lack of marriage, it's cetera. Now, the argument that I have made is that this is not in fact in economic problem. There may be an economic problem insofar as we can. Change certain policies to make the live for those people better without restricting the economic rights of others, and that I'm all in favor of those are policies, we should look at. But the argument that's been made by folks like Tucker Carlson is that institutional failures of marriage, for example, are are basically economically oriented. I think the evidence for that extra is weak. I think it's a very weak argument. The reason I think it's a weak argument is because the marital rates have been declining among rich people and poor people in the United States not at the same rate. But they haven't declined consistently for years, the age of first marriage has raised dramatically among both rich and non rich people. The only difference is that rich people or upper-class people higher income people are not having babies during that period and poor people are having babies during that period, and that's not because of unavailability of contraceptives. Right. I mean, you can get contraceptive care if you are a poor person in the United States, or if you're non college educated in the United States what we have is a cultural problem, a cultural mores problem in the United States. Well, the argument that's been made on the other side is the basically the middle class. Has been falling behind or the working class has been falling apart, and because the working class has been falling apart people can't afford to get married. I think this is a fair bit of data number one. The idea of the working class is dramatically falling behind. I think is itself extraordinarily debatable. Scott wind ship wrote a piece on this over at national review actually directed. This piece by Orrin cash who disagrees with me on this Scotland ship or a piece on this over national review in late November in which he talked about the the kind of exaggeration of the plate of the working class in the United States. He says the analysis overstates the extent which labor market is broken and attributes too much causal forced to changes in the economy while there are few economic stats on non college Americans to inspire celebration. Most important indicators have either not worsened or explanations that point to labor supply problems rather than problems of labor demand, generally, no change cancers plane change, he says instead of economics client as the other factors behind the elements of cultural and social crisis. We currently face. He says let's stipulate off the bat that pay rate rose faster in the forties, fifties and sixties. Than it has over the past forty five years. There's no msrb out the primary cause labor productivity has grown more slowly since the nineteen sixties. That's true. Not just in the US, but across the industrialized world, and that reflects the shift of economies toward more service occupations in a second on a continue with this sort of economic analysis, and then it gets to why people actually are getting married and having babies in the United States or why they're having babies out of wedlock in the United States. I don't think it has to do with free trade, which is sort of the argument being made talk about that in just a second. I I need to remind you this show when you are currently listening to can be seen. You can look at it. You can see my face. You can see the clips some of these clips you may want to see some you may not want to see depending on what we show in the next segment, but you're.

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"scott wind" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"scott wind" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Seven two zero seven five zero before I get to any of that though, we gotta talk about the judge situation. So there were a handful of judges that were up for a vote at the end of the last congress that Jeff flake blocked he blocked because he wanted the Republicans to at least have a vote on his Muller protection plan. Now, there's no way it would have passed. He didn't have the votes, but he wanted to vote on McConnell did not wanna put the other Republicans into an awkward spot. And so he refused to allow vote on it. And as a result. Jeff flake blocked a number of judicial picks. And then Tim Scott wound up saying he would vote against another one. And so it was never brought to the floor and all these people have to be renominated. I if you didn't know when the president makes a nomination there are the congress lasts for two years the reason to congress last for two years is because the house representatives their tenures for two years, and even though the Senate is six years. A new congress starts into the rules of congress. A new congress starts every other year when new members come in from an election. So if someone if the president nominate someone January twentieth of two thousand seventeen after twelve pm when he becomes president that person has until the new Congress's sworn in on January third of two thousand nineteen to be confirmed by the Senate, and if they're. Not confirmed by then the whole process has to start all over again. The president has to renominate the person there has to be a brand new hearing because there are new senators, and there has been other vote and the Democrats can do the delays all over again. And a large number of them are are that's going to happen..

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