17 Burst results for "Singapore Germany"

"singapore germany" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"What's different this is sheer size of the population initially I was hostile nation and why are you still for yourself this this is also stable most of that rate so we leave a lot of goals of all countries but given the nature of science requires how and why he still he has please how about we stop this invasion any plans to go beyond Southeast Asia welcome back to focus we would love to go all over the world it's a great story actually we focus southeast Asian every place obviously just maybe on the stand and the stages of any state all right staying in Southeast Asia for now it is getting to be a quite crowded market though when it comes to logistics I child when you have certain poses Singapore Germany and and Indonesia you allow all move Gokul van as well and this part of the world I you know as we get a little more efficient in the market how do you maintain those margins how do you keep them high and perhaps was the hardest part here how do you keep that boosted revenue growth the others keeping margins high it's not so much a function of competition thanks for clients do you have a few big flies economists that phones you guys give us on this big push pricing to the vanity months before the extremely efficient fox hunting operating so that's a function of competition but competition this is the business of scale it's not a business relationship is not a business off the magic bullet from a technological advancement it is a lot of hard work coupled with biotechnology to the right places so this means that the slowdown without the whole market so many people make the mistake of thinking that he would call me on the line in the street is a vehicle that has the same kind of money to subsidize that dominate a market we do see that classes in public off the listing market it's a market which should have a few players operating in Botswana but not many and understanding the end stage of this industry is very popular how would you show me that this becomes a industry with a few clicks but it's no point five hello everyone everyone should be consolidating the device level being the first few competitors have not to undercut each other but to provide the best service it can be possible level what we firmly believe that that's the kind of strategy I've taken this as you mentioned thing posted Yonkers give us honestly keep us keep us innovative and we hope that we all go together as an industry final question are any plans to go public is actually something that you're looking at now is is the company's priority these are the issues that.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on WJR 760

"I hesitate to ask your wife what she has to do when you play that any other day to feel the moment do you ever just sit around and play music for your wife of the truth is I don't I don't what normally I mean I I I I I. B. news for very long time I do about two hundred concerts a year about two hundred cities years so when you're home it's kind of like I'm I'm thinking because he's sleeping or swimming or walking the dog okay yeah yeah I mean I'm not home two or three days at a time at most while yeah that's a lot of time on the road yeah twenty one years deep now obviously you're playing here in Canada and and all that but I have to presume you do a lot of international stuff to attend countries on average I mean US is my biggest market PBS is changed my life they've been there in my TV specials the one in Greece there was still no grease that was a big one right now the current one was feeling well how to Mexico the **** piece Philarmonic orchestra behind the van but I play in Japan South Korea is a massive market for me Singapore Germany England in old Mexico's my I'm going from here after this to to play with the Philharmonic in Mexico in water cruise I believe it is and it's been a beautiful journey you know this is a question that's fantastic here is you some recording of you playing live in cat's story yes and going to your Canadian roots yeah this is like if we were in a in a radio station will be applied to be playing this every every hour you've got to play a certain percentage that gets played over and over and over again is it only find so many I mean Johnny cash's yeah and always helps up signaling the on your back well one of pleasure to see you again and this time for the first time yes thank you for coming in people can go see you in Windsor where I'm sure your wife's family has some tickets at the Chrysler theater on Friday October twenty.

"singapore germany" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah. Go ahead. Delay. Go ahead. I. Coming. Mike. Why? For many years. Any expertise something like this. A anybody can say. Justify. Oh shit. Foucault all. This is what to. Boston was off of the forest all. Bye. Just part of. Understanding something in your phone line. That's muffling voice. And it's hard for me to get a fix on on really what you're saying. Scott. I think he's saying that, you know, we need to have a broader conversation about why infrastructure projects in this country takes a long, which is, you know, that's certainly a legitimate question. Any we address some of those reasons earlier, this is a very litigious culture were in government isn't always as efficient as it could be you have changes of administration that sometimes have different priorities. You have changes in congress that affect federal funding. There are a lot of reasons are necessarily justifications for it. But I think they are explanations. And yeah, I think it's a little confusing. I think are surprising to some that the president right out of the box didn't come out with a bipartisan Major Bill for funding infrastructure in this country because I'm sure you could find every member of congress who could come up with something in their own district of their own state. That would be where there is a great need for bridges highways. All kind ports airports, all kinds of things. And it's really a mystery to me why the administration hasn't. Done that. Well, it's ironic too. Because if there's one thing this president has been consistent on certainly no one more for his inconsistencies. It's the idea that infrastructure can cross over between Republicans and Democrats, and they can band together and really move on. Yeah. And this is rhetoric at least. Yeah. Yeah. And you would thought that he had done that like in January of twenty seventeen I think the Democrats would have been hard pressed to say, no and Freddie joins us next, Freddie. You're on the air. Kinda question. Hello. Yeah. Go ahead. Please. We sent a delegation of of senators over to ban to inspect the bullet train and we were gentlemen in Japan. Thousands. Tens of thousands of dollars serious delegation to help us purchase technology from them for the bullet train. I understand that the Japanese are tearing out the bullet train because of the noise into destruction netted caused I also under the impression that we invented something called magnetic levitation, which they have in Singapore. Germany, and I think some other countries in Europe where they're traveling untrained going four hundred miles an hour, which would be fine between San Francisco in Los Angeles. That would eliminate a lot of plane travel. Why is it that Bill? I mean, we just we not we're not using coal powered steam engines anymore. Why would we want to try and put in something a technology? That's already obsolete. Why question? There are those who have pointed out this technology is behind the times here, particularly what we see in Europe. You thoughts Scott. Yeah. I think that's always the criticism of projects that take a long time. You know from the time, they are, you know, we have a bond measure in two thousand eight here, we are in two thousand nineteen and a lot has changed technologically. But you know, things don't move. It's hard to change a project in midstream. And this is as we said earlier, it's a project that hasn't been particularly well run and manage so apropos that I just want to read a couple of comments here. Elena says didn't California obtain a significant amount of funds for high speed rail because Florida canceled their high speed rail project, Florida cancel because they determine the classes likely like balloon kind of sounds familiar to me and Maria says what seems to be left out of this discussion is affected. California voters voted for this high speed rail. Kevin McCarthy doesn't.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"One country in the world for economic competitiveness. The good old USA. And I am sure if he hasn't already President Trump is going to be tweeting about this. Because when you're talking about making America great again putting America back on top as the number one most competitive economy in the world. This is a great thing, by the way, somebody disagreed with this thing, it's not a great thing that we don't have a lot to celebrate here with our economic viability here. Here's what they say in reporting on this ten most competitive countries from the World Economic Forum. The almost forty years efforts first annual assessment of the global economy the world economic forums two thousand eighteen report uses new methodology to understand the full impact of what they call the fourth industrial revolution. And the report finds factors including human capital, agility of the economy, how easily it can shift to something new resilience how it can come back from challenges openness and innovation. These are factors that are all becoming increasingly important the new index measures one hundred and forty economies hundred forty nations. Against ninety eight different indicators sounds complicated. Yeah. And it's all organized into twelve pillars or drivers of productivity to determine how close the economy is to the ideal state or frontier of competitiveness. The United States topped the rankings being closest to the competitiveness. Frontier. Was singapore? Germany, Switzerland and Japan, completing the top five. Competitive is competitiveness is not only associated with higher incomes, but also with better socioeconomic outcomes including life satisfaction. And this is one of those things that people have measured very frequently. And America almost never ranks at the super tippy top and part of that is weather related. I mean, some of the countries that you would think have very high satisfaction rates like the Scandinavian countries that always do well and all of these measures in general happiness ratings. They don't do that. Well, they have high suicide rates. This something that my wife from me all the time because I have chosen for our family, and we live in a place where I I love the weather in the northwest. But yeah, it's gloomy and grey some of the time and that impacts that satisfaction aspect of things. Competitive is not only socio with higher incomes. But that associate on McGowan comes life satisfaction. Terry Geiger, who is the head of research. For the economic World Economic Forum says productivity is the single most important driver of growth in two thousand eighteen with a fourth industrial revolution in full swing. There's a need to rethink the drivers of competitiveness and therefore of long-term growth. The US overalls had by far the highest score eighty five point six out of one hundred to top the index, and it came in the top three for seven of the twelve pillars. Are entrepreneurial culture. Scored highly in the business dynamism pillar. We also scored highly for the labor market for the financial system. But there was one area where we didn't do as well. We notably dropped behind other advanced economies in the health pillar. We are in the health pillar were only in forty sixth place. What does that indicate? Well, Di what most Americans know is we desperately need a major reorganization of our healthcare system, and the way we finance it get great healthcare in this country, but it is a bureaucratic nightmare right now. And that is partially the legacy. Of the failed ObamaCare system that we just elected a new speaker of the house. She isn't formerly elected a speaker. But Nancy Pelosi the Democrats meant she has no opposition the opposition is melted away. She will be the speaker of the house. We we also can do a little bit better on measures of judicial independence and checks and balances. We are not in first place in terms of corruption. We're in sixteenth place. But we're in first place if enough of other things that we're well higher. The overall men there are other countries that do well and other special things Finland does very high in terms of its workforce educational system. Have a weather problem there to the United States in amazing country because it is so many different regions and systems, and and yet one of the problems that you see, and it's the opposite of this survey about world economic competitiveness. Is the. This survey about what it is people fear is going to hurt our economic prosperity. And overwhelmingly people think that what we have a problem with our economic prosperity is our political system and political malfunction. So what do we do about that? And what is it that people mean, look, I think something that could make a very big difference in terms of this perception that our political system in our political dysfunction is actually threatening our prosperity. Would be to get finished with the Muller investigation. Please. And the idea that people think that the political environment in Washington DC is so toxic that forty three percent of Americans pick that as the greatest threat the US economy in the next six months. Older Americans were the ones most concerned about the current political culture partially because older Americans are kind of the only ones who pay attention sometimes to politics, though, younger people came out and voted in these midterm elections. More than half of Americans aged seventy or older. Cited the threat from the political system as the top threat to the Konami one of the other aspects about American life that people aren't so sure about and not even the World Economic Forum. Which is judiciary. Federal judge just threw out a case. And his his decision has the impact of protecting female genital mutilation. Good thing. We'll get to that. And your calls coming up. If.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Country in the world for economic competitiveness. The good old USA. And I am sure if he hasn't already President Trump is gonna be tweeting about this. Because when you're talking about making America great again putting America back on top as the number one most competitive economy in the world. This is a great thing, by the way, somebody disagree with this thing. It's not a great thing that we don't have a lot to celebrate here with our economic viability here. Here's what they say in reporting on this ten most competitive countries from the World Economic Forum. The almost forty years efforts first annual assessment of the global economy the world economic forums two thousand eighteen report uses new methodology to understand the full impact of what they call the fourth industrial revolution. And the report finds factors including human capital, agility of the economy, how easily it can shift to something new resilience how it can come back from challenges openness and innovation. These are factors that are all becoming increasingly important the new index measures one hundred and forty economies hundred forty nations against ninety eight different indicators sounds complicated. Yeah. And it's all organized into twelve pillars or drivers of productivity to determine how close the economy is to the ideal state or frontier of competitiveness. The United States topped the rankings being closest to the competitiveness frontier with Singapore, Germany, Switzerland and Japan, completing the top five. Competitive is competitiveness is not only associated with higher incomes, but also with better socioeconomic outcomes including life satisfaction. And this is one of those things that people have measured very frequently. And America almost never ranks at the super tippy top and part of that is weather related. I mean, some of the countries that you would think have very high satisfaction rates like the Scandinavian countries that always do well and all of these measures in general happiness ratings. They don't do that. Well fact, they have high suicide rates. This is something that my wife reminds me of all the time because I have chosen for our family, and we live in a place where I I love the weather in the northwest. But yes, gloomy and grey some of the time and that impacts that satisfaction aspect of things. Competitive is not only socio with higher incomes, but better socioeconomic outcomes life satisfaction. Terry Geiger, who is the head of research. For the economic World Economic Forum says productivity is the single most important driver of growth in two thousand eighteen with a fourth industrial revolution in full swing. There's a need to rethink the drivers of competitiveness and therefore of long-term growth. The US all overalls had by far the highest score eighty five point six out of one hundred to top the index, and it came in the top three for seven of the twelve pillars. Are entrepreneurial culture. Scored highly in the business dynamism pillar. We also scored highly for the labor market for the financial system. But there was one area where we didn't do as well. We notably dropped behind other advanced economies in the health pillar. We are in the health pillar were only in forty sixth place. What does that indicate? Well, Di what most Americans know is we desperately need a major reorganization of our healthcare system. And the way we finance it in get great healthcare in this country. But it is a bureaucratic nightmare right now. And that is partially the legacy of the failed ObamaCare system that we just elected a new speaker of the house. She is informally elected a speaker. But Nancy Pelosi the Democrats meant she has no opposition the opposition is melted away. She will be the speaker of the house of representatives. We we also can do a little bit better. On measures of judicial independence and checks and balances. We are not in first place in terms of corruption. We're in sixteenth place. But we're in first place if enough of other things that we're well higher overall. Men. There are other countries that do well and other special things Finland does very high in terms of its workforce educational system. Have a weather problem there too, the the United States an amazing country because it is so many different regions and systems, and and yet one of the problems that you see, and it's the opposite of this survey about world economic competitiveness is the. This survey about what it is people. Fear is going to hurt our economic prosperity. And overwhelmingly people think that what we have as a problem with our economic prosperity. Is our political system and political malfunction? So what do we do about that? And what is it that people mean, look, I think something that could make a very big difference in terms of this perception that our political system in our political dysfunction is actually threatening our prosperity would be to get finished with the Muller investigation plays and the idea that people think that the political environment in Washington DC is so toxic that forty three percent of Americans pick that as the greatest threat the US economy in the next six months. Older Americans were the ones most concerned about the current political culture partially because older Americans are kind of the only ones who pay attention sometimes to politics, though, younger people came out and voted in these midterm elections. More than half of Americans aged seventy or older. Cited the threat from the political system as the top threat to the economy. One of the other aspects about American life that people aren't so sure about not even the World Economic Forum. Which.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Thank you so much for joining myself, Kimberly Benatti, and my group of friends, even euchre Jeff wax staff and world renowned orthopedic surgeon. What time it is? Trump's triumphs. Good should I- bullet-point these first. So at least we save him. No, no. I will. I will. I win. Okay. I'm being pushed all the time that I get stuck in one of the things I'm gonna do something. You always have a list of like twenty five things two of them. Well, we'll try to do a soon as decrease all these enormous amount of information that we have and put in a way that we can talk. Okay. And the ones that things have the the the the water supply to the west that it's really an important important point that we need to talk, and we need to talk about the global the United States become the first global economy, and let's talk a little bit about what happened with the past. It was released in also when he took a little bit of our stormy Daniels meals. Of course, I know her name. So. Look one of the things that I heard for many many years is how much damage happening in California because Californians the one that really Saturday most of the drought in providence happy with lack of water in these Democrats, creating some issues about the need to protect the tiny little fly, and because that fly condi- we are going to destroy them. Holly Konami over his sector of the country and destroy the farms in well, our leader like an intelligent leader decided that this is not going to happen. And they start to talk about the reliable supply of water to the west. Right. Well, and then. Schwantz her involved, California, Idaho, Oregon in Washington that they are dying to have some sort of a water does wanna help the farmers to be able to continue creating farming industry. That was incredible powerful in the fifties. And then suddenly now with this democratic type of an approach that they are going to aboard supply water because some endangered species that they are not really figured. There are ways to protect the species. But with a weight of regulations in in in the rules that they put their nothing. Stark naked in. They didn't have any solutions and this now the president is producing some solutions for but this incredible. When you talk about these the United States is the first global economy, these is a kick on into the whole other the rest of the damn world. Yeah. Okay. Is better than the the the we should be number one. Why? Well, we should have remained under mama's administration and just taking a back seat to all these other wonderful countries. Exactly. Well today, we escalate in the studies were done by the by the. Global economy studies where we are. Evaluated. These these these these global economy from zero to a hundred and they had different type of issues that they put together to be able to see example jobs. Experimentation industries and things like that. And then they put everything together, and they fight you wait that one in the United States is eighty six point eighty five point seventy five point six. Asking owns hundreds. And who did they beat? They beat Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan. Yeah. Yeah. Well, this is this is very strong, and they say that because we have it in rural culture from Obama and his policies come on. Doc, and also this we hit a lot of very strong labor market and strong financial system. So the financial system degrade. Labor market in the fact that we have an intrepid neural mine is what this country is constantly being the first in the world we were starved of that for so long and thank God for President Trump. Well, what happened? Now, look look at the look at the the individual who has not only defend the country, but at the same time defend the rights of the country. When when the patriot I mean, the the the pastor Brunson was was taking in custody for two years Turkey in Turkey. Then suddenly. They released him for possibilities to have some. Health issue and give him a chance. Chechen in a rest at home. But then Trump to become upset and say, okay, you do to our of our citizens, and I'm gonna put immediately some type of retaliation retaliated in to to put some some substitutions economic responsibility today to to what happened Turkey took them one week man guys at home, you guys gonna have him back. That's cool. Does that show you when you have a president who support the secret sins and make them respect and the art of he's not going to happen? Look what happened with Obama? This guy was cut in that situation. When Obama was when the person and look what happened to the kidding North Korea. They kill him. Okay. Trump will be in that situation there. I promise you. He will he will free author. There's a new sheriff consequences now for somebody who has some. Office, and you don't have to pay billions of dollars in the middle of the night on a tarmac to get your prisoners back a year, right? The. Does we're just giving up. Stormy by by what the joke. Bye. Trump's triumph triumph was was just having the judge throw away her loss. You have to pay. To pay for his lawyer fees. It's so awesome in guess, what all of you like freaking liberals out there that think that only your first amendment rights count. Guess what his rights to free speech same as yours? Love it. Thank you for watching and listening to American medicine today, if you're listening on this affiliate. Make sure you stay tuned. The preceding program was paid for by the Benatti spine institute..

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"singapore germany" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Studio coming up, we will be talking with Sean steel, the former chair of the California publican party. We're gonna talk about the midterm elections. The prospects of the Republican candidate for governor the prospects of at least seven Republicans house members running and very difficult districts will they survive a lot of people feel that the fate of the house goals through California. We're talking to Sean steel about that President Trump has been bragging about the economy as well. He should we've had back to back quarters of four percent or better economic growth and people say well, Obama was presiding over recovery when he went into his first maternity. He got slaughtered. Obama didn't have back to back quarters a four percent plus GDP will let alone back to back to back, and we're gonna be getting the number pretty soon. And we could do new number before the midterms. It could be back to back to back for plus quarters of GDP growth. That's pretty stunning. There is a article enforce magazine. Headline the Trump manufacturing jobs, boom, ten times Obama's over twenty one months talks about how when Obama at that town hall said these jobs aren't gonna come back. Trump would need a magic one. Talked about the unemployment growth in the manufacturing sector, quote reversing the trend under Obama when overall grew faster than the employment in the manufacturing sector. Comparing the last twenty one months at the Obama administration with the first twenty one months of Trump's shows under Trump watch more than ten times the number of manufacturing jobs were added annual under the last president we had our competitiveness slipped. There's something called the global competitive index. They look at one hundred and forty economies with a bunch of different variables, and we are now number one quote for the first time in a decade, Singapore, Germany ranked second and there's no question we've got the largest economy. If you look by the International Monetary Fund. It says we've got the largest world banks as we have the largest United Nations. Have we have a largest China's number two Japan number three. Now there have been times when our economy is growing faster. That's true. But by any definition, this is the mightiest economy the world has ever seen. Gay is in Portland. Oregon gay. You're on the Larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. I appreciate it. This has been a presentation of WB SEM sports smell back to regular.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Shareholders do. This shareholders. Hey, the fine. I. Quite a cost of doing business. One of our clients on one of the biggest produce. Produce suppliers in New York City. And they get a lot of parking tickets. They got a lot of parking tickets over the course of the year. What do they do? Pay them. But they go down they bring all the parking tickets that they get. You know, they send regular food baskets down there. They cut a check the cut it to you. And it go away, and they they come to some sort of agreement. What again, those tickets are cost of doing business. What are they gonna do? They have to deliver their produce. Do they know? It is what it is. Anyway, I wanna talk a little bit about the economy. One of the. What are the agents on agencies one of the groups out there that ranks? Ranks global economies based upon their competitiveness has come out and declared at the United States is the world's most competitive economy. This is the World Economic Forum. These are the fuddy-duddies that put on Dabo's. This is the first time we've achieved this ranking in hand. Two years. And ten years. And it goes through goes through various different now, they look at various different things from. Business dynamism labor markets financial system, innovation market size who's in second, Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, Japan. I also have Holland Hong Kong the UK Sweden and Denmark round out the top ten. Now. Is that not good news? Is that not good news? Donald Trump tweeted out a little bit something about it. News media is not covering course. I don't know what it's like to be one of these people one of these leftists nowadays. I don't know what it's like to be in their heads. When everything around them as far as their belief system is concern is falling apart before their very eyes. Everything that they believed in everything that Barack Obama pushed everything that Hillary Clinton was pushing on the campaign trail has turned out to be wrong. How will you guys handling this? Are you just ignoring it? Are you smoking a lot of pot? Are you doing shots? What are you doing your most certainly not accepting it? Don't ever a light bulb? Go off in your head and say. I understand what those people on the right and conservatives talking about when it comes to freeing up the economy. And economic freedom. Oh, wow. Look at that. You know that job openings job openings hit a record in August. Seven point one four million for the month. Seven point one four million for the month. Go to certain countries in Europe where the unemployment rate for young people. People in their twenties. Early thirties is twenty five to forty percent. And explain to them that we have over seven million job openings and the United States right now that are not filled. Open. Think about that. You know that the amount of people looking for jobs in the United States six point two three million. See I look at things this way. I base things in reality. We should have zero percent unemployment rate. Why should anybody be unemployed when there are seven million job openings in the country that need to be filled? Ever gonna get into welfare maybe a little bit later on in the program today. But I've always kinda believed that starvation is a hell of a motivator. Anyway. Oh on here manufacturing confidence at all time. High companies now. Corporations are luring new workers with college coaching and student debt repayment. Belief in American exceptionalism among global investors has never been higher. A record. Thirty seven percent of small business owners are raising wages. What else? Do you want to hear people? I don't care how much. Donald Trump annoys the hell out of you. I don't care how much you've been taught your entire life. Hey republicans. Do you want to go back? Oh, this Barack Obama. Why? What? Because she thought he was cool. Because he thought he was cool because he didn't tweet stuff like horseface on Twitter. I what. You'd really like to go back to the way the economy was before. Now. It's funny. Rock Obama's gone missing. Where in the world is Barack Obama you notice how he's out there campaigning. They notice that seem Barack out there on the campaign trail. He's afraid. I think he's afraid of actually somebody actually asking him the question putting a microphone and fun of his face. What do you think about that economy? How the world's most competitive economy in the world. Now, look at the unemployment rate looking all this stuff. How come you couldn't do that? You don't want to answer that question. To be anywhere near that. Anyway, take a quick break right here. We get back. We're gonna do a little bit of inside..

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"singapore germany" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Scams up. One. One more will will today because I've got a lot we've got to go over to. This name rings a bell. We talked about her here on the program. And the past her name is Carmen cigar. She's got a book coming out noncompliant a loan whistleblower. Exposes the giants of Wall Street. It is a a three hundred fifty page book. She. She basically got on tape. Got on tape conversations. Conversations basically, documenting showing the very cozy relationship between the big brokerage firms and the regulators and how the regulators bend over backwards. Bend over backwards to allow firms like Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley J P, Morgan do whatever the hell they want. This has always been the case we've always talked about this here on the program. We've likened the various different finds that these firms pay the parking tickets. Because that's really all. It is a cost of doing business and it's wrong. It's wrong. And part of the problem is is that we have banks now that quite frankly are too big to fail. Nothing in the United States should be too big to fail that too. Big to fail is socialist. That's what happens and socialist and communist countries companies are too big to fail. I won't even go all out communist. Let's just go back twenty something years ago. Why do you talk about all of these European European airliners, right? Carrier for the country. France Alitalia Olympic air. None of those companies ever made any money, the people working there had all sorts of cushy contracts. I remember reading one of the best jobs, you can get and the entire world as talion pilot. Those companies were too big to fail and Phil eventually these countries. Hanging out with the program. Well, we have banks in this country, you suppose, worldwide bastion of capitalism that are too big to fail and because they're too big to fail. They're too big to prosecute now. I didn't say that you know, who said that Eric Holder. Attorney general for Barack Obama possible presidential candidate in twenty twenty talked about how these big banks are too big to prosecute. So they have basically carte blanche. They can do whatever the hell they want. It does it matter. Sure. They'll get caught. What happens they pay a fine who pays the fine? Does the person who committed the wrongdoing the people who are responsible to pay the fine? Hello. Shareholders do. This shareholders. Hey, the fine. I am. To a cost of doing business. One of our clients on one of the biggest produce. Produce suppliers in New York City. And they get a lot of parking tickets. They got a lot of parking tickets over the course of the year. What do they do? Pay him. But they go down. They bring all the parking tickets that they get. They send regular food baskets down there. They cut a check the cut it to you and go away. They come to some sort of agreement. But again, those tickets are cost of doing business. What are they gonna do? They have to deliver the produce. Do they not? It is what it is. Anyway, I wanna talk a little bit about the economy. What of the? What are the agents on agencies one of the groups out there that ranks? Ranks global economies based upon their competitiveness has come out and declared at the United States is the world's most competitive economy. This is the World Economic Forum. These are the fuddy-duddies that put on Davos, this is the first time we've achieved this ranking in hand. Years. And ten years. And it goes through goes through various different now, they look at various different things from. Business dynamism labor markets financial system, innovation market size who's in second, Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, Japan. I also have Holland Hong Kong the UK Sweden and Denmark round out the top ten. Now. Is that not good news? Is that not good news? Donald Trump tweeted out a little bit something about it. News media is not covering. Course. I don't know what it's like to be one of these people one of these leftists nowadays. I don't know what it's like to be in their heads. When everything around them. As far as their belief system is concern is falling apart before their very eyes. Everything that they believed in everything that Barack Obama pushed everything that Hillary Clinton was pushing on the campaign trail has turned out to be wrong. How will you guys handling this? Are you just ignoring it? Are you smoking a lot of pot? Are you doing shots? What are you doing? Most certainly not accepting it. Don't ever a light bulb? Go off in your head and say aha. I understand what those people on the right and conservatives been talking about when it comes to freeing up the economy. And economic freedom. Oh, wow. Look at that. You know that job openings? Job openings hit a record in August. Seven point one four million for the month. Seven point one four million for the month. Go to certain countries in Europe where the unemployment rate for young people people in their twenties. Early thirties is twenty five to forty percent. And explain to them that we have over seven million job openings and the United States right now that are not filled. Open. Think about that. You out of people looking for jobs in the United States six point two three million. See I look at things this way. I base things in reality. We should have zero percent unemployment rate. Why should anybody be unemployed when there are seven million job openings in the country that need to be filled? Ever going to get into welfare maybe a little bit later on in the program today. But I've always believed that starvation is a hell of a motivator. Anyway. On here manufacturing confidence at all time. High companies now Asia corporations are luring new workers with college coaching and student debt repayment. Belief in American exceptionalism among global investors has never been higher. A record. Thirty seven percent of small business owners are raising wages. What else? Do you want to hear people? I don't care how much Donald Trump annoys the hell out of you. I don't care how much you've been taught your entire life. Hey republicans. You want to go back. This Barack Obama. Why? What? Because she thought he was cool. Because he thought he was cool because he didn't tweet stuff like horseface on Twitter. I what. You'd really like to go back to the way the economy was before. It looks funny. Rock Obama's gone missing. Where in the world is Barack Obama notice how he's not out there campaigning. They notice that you see in Barack out there on the campaign trail. I he's afraid. I think he's afraid of actually somebody actually asking him the question putting a microphone in front of his face ahead. Barack what do you think about that economy with the world's most competitive economy in the world? Now, look at the unemployment rate at all this stuff. How come you couldn't do that? You don't want to answer that question. To be anywhere near that. Anyway. Quick break right here. We get back. We're going to do a little bit of inside. Wall Street,.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Soon. And we could do number before the midterm to could be back to back to back four plus quarters of GDP growth. That's pretty stunning. There is a article enforce magazine. Headline the Trump manufacturing jobs, boom, ten times Obama's over twenty one months talks about how when Obama at that town hall said these jobs aren't going to come back. Trump would need a magic wand. Talked about the unemployment growth in the manufacturing sector, quote reversing the trend under Obama when overall employment grew faster than the employment in the manufacturing sector. Comparing the last twenty one months at the Obama administration with the first twenty one months of Trump's shows under Trump watch more than ten times, the number of manufacturing jobs were added, and you know, under the last president we had our competitiveness slipped. There's something called the global competitive index. They look at one hundred and forty economies with a bunch of different variables, and we are now number one quote for the first time in a decade, Singapore, Germany ranked second and there's no question we've got the largest economy. If you look by the International Monetary Fund. It says we've got the largest world banks if we have the largest United Nations have we have a largest China number two Japan, number three. Now there have been tied. When our economy is growing faster. That's true. By any definition? This gives the mightiest economy. The world has ever seen. Gay is in Portland. Oregon gay. You're on the Larry elder show. Thank you so much for calling. I appreciate it. Okay. I just have a comment to make that our country is so politically divided. I'm wondering what you think about Trump trying to heal the division when he Bali Democrats. He calls them evil to divide. The Republicans is good and the Democrats are bad. How does that help heal the political divide? I assume you're a democrat. Or are you not? I want the Republic any, but I changed to a democrat. Because I was in there it, and the reason I assume that you're a democrat is because many Democrats have said things that have been far worse. And I'm wondering whether or not you're equally outraged, for example, when Howard Dean was chair of the DNC. He says the contest between Republicans and Democrats is good versus evil, and we're the good. Did you have a problem with that? I don't recall. I didn't I didn't think you did. I'm not I'm not trying to bully you. Okay. The game. But I didn't think you knew that. And my point is when Democrats say stuff like that NBC CBS ABC, they don't cover it the way when Republicans say something like that. If any democratic president ever been called a Nazi or Hitler gay. I have not gotten involved in politics. Were you've heard some of the things. I see what gay I will tell you. The president has been called a Nazi a fascist or racist, sexist, and homophobic. Do you think that's fair? Hannam sack NS I left that out. Yeah. Thank you for helping me and. Sexual assaulter. You left that out? Well, if you wanna talk about allegations against president don't get started with what Hillary was accused of whom I assume you voted for her in two thousand sixteen she was accused of an alleged an alleged rape survivor. We need a broaddrick of of of intimidating her two weeks after the alleged rape, whom did you vote for in two thousand sixteen gay. I did not vote for either Trump or Clinton I see link for the other party 'cause I which which which which are the party. I don't even remember his name now two years ago. Johnson. Gary Johnson, Gary Johnson, you voted libertarian then. I see. Yeah. Well, well, where you were you bothered when during the Bush administration members of other left chanted Bush lied people died in accused him of lying us into the Iraq war. Did that bother you? Yes. Actually it. Did. I am aware of that. Okay. Well, well, you know, when when you when you really. I'm really upset the way Trump talks and bully on his Twitter account. He bullied people. It's just not right. I don't care if it's I I understand that you're bothered by what she perceived to be his bullying. Are you bothered by the fact that ABC NBC and CBS to the last three months? Ninety four percent of their news of Trump has been negative even as the economy is hitting all time highs in unemployment all-time, low stock market all time high. Do you think maybe they can do a little better than ninety four percent anti-trump coverage? I'm asking. Well, yeah. Didn't lie about all of those things. He's accomplished and just high purple had currently. About all the things. He's lying about unemployment. Is he lying about the stock market? If you lying about consumer confidence. It's not the greatest unemployment in forever. It's not the greatest economy in the history. Actually, it is. He says it he actually it is name another name another economy that is big as America's right now because it ever happened and the answer is no. Fact checking. Gay gay our gross domestic product has never been bigger. Never. If you think Republicans are you're gonna say, whatever you want to say, you're going to see you see you see gay. You see gay? This is our problem. We can't even have a discussion without you impugning my motives, just because I'm a Republican therefore, I'm a liar. Why don't you just say, I don't I don't believe. I don't believe your numbers. Right. I'll check and I'll get back to you as opposed to calling me, basically, a Republican. Therefore, I'm a liar. How's that helping to heal the country? You you call up and you talk about the division. And here we are trying to have a conversation because you disagree with the state. I gave you oh, you're a Republican. Therefore, you're gonna make up stuff is that fair to me. I have checked the facts. Your numbers do not appear to be correct. Okay. So you're telling me that there's been another time when America's had a higher GDP than has right now. All right. All right. All right. All right. We will check and I'll get back to you. And I hope that you apologize when you were found to be wrong. Well, I've got the numbers right in front of me, and you can easily go Google International Monetary Fund. International Monetary Fund, nineteen trillion dollars, China twelve trillion dollars World Bank two thousand seventeen. Nineteen trillion three hundred ninety billion. China twelve. United Nations two thousand sixteen. States eighteen trillion. China eleven trillion Japan four trillion as I've said.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So we begin today with the president of the United States suggesting that if the Democrats win the house, it's not. His fault. That's not a big shock. I mean, you wouldn't expect President Trump. He's not really the buck stops here guy. There's it's not his mode motto. He tends to operate more in the the buck stops wherever I'm not. And therefore if the Republicans were lose the house, it has nothing to do with President Trump. Now, let's be real about this with a soaring economy. The Republicans should be doing better in pulling than they are Democrats are highly motivated to get out and vote partially because of President Trump do. I think it's extra because of Trump not really believe it or not. I think that Democrats are motivated to vote because Republicans in the White House and it would be the same thing if it had been Jeb Bush. I think it been motivated to vote. Midterm elections are really bad for sitting presidents, and this election cycle is no different. If it turns into a raucous blow out. If it turns into Democrats winning forty fifty seats, then you might start talking about the impact. President Trump has had, obviously, President Trump has a unique gift for both getting the worst of his opponents. And the worst out of himself from time to time. And when I say from time to time, I mean on a not infrequent basis, which is why we're now. Talking about stormy Daniels, mushrooms, Mario Kart, and horse faces. We'll get to all of that in just a second. But President Trump said yesterday that if the Republicans do indeed lose the house, it's not on him. If they don't go out and vote, then they have them selves to blame because they'll lose wealth, tremendous amount. I built up eleven point, seven trillion dollars in wealthy report on it. So you know when when he suggests that it's not his fault because we have, you know, a great economy. He's right that we do have a terrific economy right now. There's a study out today and it shows that the United States has now number one number one in competitiveness for the first time in two thousand eight after may. The second highest overall gained from the previous year's ranking from the world economic floor. And according to Ryan's federal over daily wire, the top five countries where the US, Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan. All of which saw their scores increase in two thousand seventeen. According to the Wall Street Journal, economic recovery is well underway with the global economy projected to grow almost four percents in two thousand eighteen in two thousand nineteen. The report stated, adding that the recovery remains vulnerable to a range of risks and potential shocks as just the way for a communist to hedge their bets. The journal noted that the warning cited quote, a brewing trade war between the US and China as a possible hindrance to growth that could potentially derail the recovery and deter investment. The report scores countries on how closely they match up to the competitive ideal. The US scored in eighty six percents of a possible one hundred America's.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"From the relief factor dot com studios. Mike gallagher. We play that comment from Hillary Clinton about threatening Americans with sane. You know, if we win in November civility can return, of course, her inherent threat is that up to the point of the midterm election. There's no civility when you know people. Go low Democrats kick. And of course, the other part of that an implied threat that inherent threat is that if the Democrats don't win on November the sixth which like it or not is a. More than a distinct possibility. They're never going to be civil. I guess they're never gonna. Ever. Have a civil. Adult exchange with those with whom they disagree. And then a log comes President Trump, and he calls stormy Daniels. Horseface in a tweet yesterday. Queue the righteous indignation. Q the screaming Q the yelling. How dare he? I mean, what a shocker President Trump called somebody your name. We haven't heard that in two years. Have we? Lindsey Graham, I saw him on TV this morning saying he's the president. He shouldn't do that. Now. I think Senator Graham said who is a staunch Trump defender and supporter, it seems and supports the president as president's agenda to do right by the American people, which I think all decent Americans should should the way. That's the way most decent Americans should feel Lindsey Graham started by saying, he's a fighter. Remember, she has said awful things about him. Nobody ever notices that nobody ever remembers when he calls somebody your name. They have said plenty about him. Previously. And that's what people mean about a fighter. Here's here's Ari Fleischer. He was on Fox News, Pavlina. This is cut number eight. Here's Ari Fleischer. Saying that how Trump hurts himself when he calls a porn star. Like stormy Daniels a name like horseface, here's cut eight from Fox News and gravy and know, Senator this is where the president is his own worst enemy. He's in the middle of a victory. And he takes it down a few notches by engaging in that kind of unnecessary rhetoric. Doesn't need to call anybody horseface. You just don't do that. When you're the president. It reminds me in some ways of the Tweety put out about Mika Brzezinski? It's just the president can counterpunch so hard he often hits himself. And that's something. He's been actually pretty disappointed that for the last eight to ten twelve months and here he is again returning to that type of mistaken over tweet. I wish you wanted to engage like that it just diminishes what is proper victory instead of hitting a home run. He's now headed up now. I I don't say this to be disparaging about our our Fleischer. I think he's a nice, man. I've met him a few times. And he served, of course, in the Bush administration. So he's an establishment guy. He knows the establishment world very well. But don't you find it fascinating? And again, I don't mean this disrespectfully towards Ari Fleischer. But isn't it isn't it intriguing to listen to a pundit? And that's what Ari is now. He's like he's like me. I mean, he's he's he's a guy with an opinion. We all have some of them have some of us have platforms. Whether it's Ari appearing on Fox News or me with the radio show. We're we're we're basically just guys and gals with opinions. It's all we are. We're not we're not really we're not certainly an elected leadership. We're not in the government. We can impact people. I guess I suppose it's fair to say we can change hearts and minds. But in the scheme of things, we're certainly not as we're certainly not as important as the leader of the free world. Don't you find it fascinating that Ari Fleischer thinks he can tell this phenomenally successful. President. How he's making mistakes. In other words, those who right or who pine can sit on the sidelines and say, oh, you're making a mistake. You're wrong here for doing that. Listen, I wouldn't call a woman horseface I admitted I'm not like Donald Trump. I don't have this kind of personality, frankly, most of us don't the guy. I keep calling him a cookie. Call him the beach forget naming the the the limousine that drives that he drives around in the stretch Cadillac limousine called the beach. That's the secret service nickname. He's the beast. But his rule is kind of simple. You come after me. I'm gonna go back after you tenfold. I don't care if you're a woman. I don't care if you're a man, I don't care if you're a gold star family. I don't care if your Mother Theresa I can see him calling Mother Teresa a name if she said something derogatory about him every body. He. Attacks everybody, he calls a name everybody. He disparages has disparaged him. I. Ari Fleischer knows that. Lindsey Graham knows that. That's what Senator Graham met when he started out the clip. I don't know if we do we have the the Lindsey Graham cut somewhere guys. I just saw kinda rushing around in the hotel room this morning here in Florida on on TV religious, and he's a fighter he's a fighter. But he shouldn't do this. You shouldn't say that. When he's the president. Are we not going to accept the fact that he's not gonna do things that traditional past presidents have done? Meanwhile, oh, I don't know. There's a couple of pieces of news, you might find interesting. If you're worried about the president calling a porn star a horse face. The US is back on top is the most competitive country in the world regaining the number one spot for the first time since two thousand and eight it's an it's the index produced by the World Economic Forum, America climbed one place in the rankings of one hundred and forty countries were now ahead of Singapore. Germany, Switzerland, and Japan, we are the most we have the most competitive economy in the world. And the fact of the matter is. It is likely due to all the economic policies the tariffs that are starting to pay off more good news about the tariffs. Tariffs are controversial. We can have that debate. I get it. All right to have the dialogue, but United States Steel Corporation workers are about to get the biggest wage increase in at least six years under a new deal negotiated with the company, and according to Reuters, that's a sign that the games from President Trump's clamp down on foreign imports are starting to trickle down and impact American workers. It's all he cares about American workers. So cares about American companies solely cares about Americans. Wow. What a what a novel idea on American president worried about American workers. Oh, wow. I it's been a long time since we've seen that it seems. Wages were frozen in the last contract with US steel, Pittsburgh based company. Trump's trade policy coupled. With a strong economy has sent domestic steel prices soaring, helping US steel post a near sixty percent increase in pre-tax profits in the June quarter. Now, the left they hate that. They hate companies making money, they hate companies passing that prophet onto their workers, but normal Americans normal people appreciate the fact that the thousands and thousands of US Steel Corporation workers who are about to get the biggest wage increase. They've gotten in six years are thrilled with that news. And guess what that's due to that's due to. President Trump's economic policies, including the tariffs, including international trade, including domestic policies that are making a huge difference. So while the media gets all hyperbolic hysterical about something like the president counterpunching a porn star who he defeated. Incidentally in the courts remember this week. And the reason there's been such animus is a court. A federal judge ruled that stormy Daniels lawsuit against the president tweeting about.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The hour relief factor dot com studios. Our apologies. We have a little bit of a technical internet problem when the internet goes down we go down. So I'm on the phone line with you here for the next couple of minutes after playing the Roseanne clip. I wonder what your reaction is to what she said to her her emotion to her utter defeat. I mean, they took everything from her over a tweet and for many people, it's good riddance. But let's face it. We know why it's good riddance for many people it has to do with the fact that Roseanne Barr is a Trump supporter, and that's not any kind of conspiracy theory. Do you think if she'd have been a a typical Hollywood liberal Democrat, supporting Hillary Clinton or even Bernie Sanders, they would've fired her immediately for one tweet. Have you seen the stuff that Chelsea handler has written about Donald Trump? Do you? Listen to Bill Maher. Anybody on MSNBC? Believe me, they say far worse about Malania. Certainly there's some breaking news about Melania Trump. I want to bring you up to date on her plane had a mechanical problem? She was an routes where I believe she went back to Atlanta. But but first lady Melania, Trump is absolutely fine. The plane reportedly filled with smoke the cabin had smoked in the plane that smoke in the cabin and they had to land in. I I'm pretty sure Atlanta. But I'm not one hundred percent sure on the location, but I do know that she is safe that the first lady's playing wended safely. Everybody got off the plane and everybody is a okay, so good news about Milania after a couple of bad days of news. There was a rapper who discover who produced a disgusting. Video of Milana, you're showing her as a stripper and getting naked in the Oval Office. Just a horribly disrespect disrespectful. Video what will happen to the rapper? What happens to anybody who? Calls President Trump a Nazi or all the filthy terrible things they say about Donald and Milania Trump even their children, including Barron. Nothing happens to entertainers. Trump supporting Roseanne Barr puts out a tweet that was offensive. No question. That was despicable. No doubt about Valerie Jarrett. Former top aide to Barack Obama. She loses everything. She loses in the blink of an eye. And at the end of the day, you know, it's not fair. But it's their candy store and they get to play ball that way. You got to play ball by deciding to watch or not watch the origin. I watched the show was because I knew that she wanted the show to go on without her. So that the two hundred or so plus people that had been employed by the show didn't lose their jobs, including her co stars, John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf. Hey, speaking of movies, and the culture don't forget domestic Souza's latest movie death of a nation is screaming. Now you've seen the news. You've seen what's been happening in the supreme court you've seen the impact of the left's mob mentality. Well, this movie is filled with hard hitting troops to combat fake news were scheduled to talk to the national Sousa day on the Mike Gallagher show. So be sure to be listening, but to get your very own copy online of death of the nation. Go to death of a nation, movie dot com. That's death of a nation. Movie dot com. Death of a Mason nation, movie dot com. Meanwhile, you know, I know last night in Texas, they had Robert aka Beto, aerobic debating, Ted Cruz. Very very important Senate race a work sort of emulated, President Trump calling Ted Cruz lying Ted adapting or adopting President Trump's nickname during the presidential. Debates and the and the primaries last night in his Texas debate with Ted Cruz, of course, people I know who saw the debates that Ted Cruz did just fine. It was great. If you like Beto award cheated great at the end of the day, though, we're looking around at a country that continues to compete continues to be back on top as the most competitive country in the world. America climbed one place in the rankings of the top one hundred and forty countries with the top five rounded out by Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan. All five countries scores rose from twenty seventeen with the US notching the second biggest game. After Japan's getting a mix minus here. Eric for some reason, the top spot hasn't gone to the US. Since the financial crisis stalled output and triggered a global economic slowdown that according to the Wall Street Journal. The fascinating keep we keep good new hair. Bic minus here, buddy. What's that? Okay. Okay. We're back up here. We're back up on on the on. Oh, good. Good. Good. Good good. So we're back up here. Thank you, sir. For letting me know good deal. So there's this good economic news. And it's not good economic news. It's great economic news. It's economic news that is ignored virtually by the mainstream media. And that's the kind of stuff that makes all of his crazy. Heaven forbid that heaven forbid you acknowledge the greatness of America under the president's tax cuts and the economic policies that are winnings. Y you gotta vote why are you going to join us tomorrow night in Tampa? Don't forget we're going to be the trash center Strache center for the performing arts in Tampa. For a big battleground talkers tour, lots of great people on stage for tickets battleground, tour dot com, battleground, tour dot com, battleground tour dot com..

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"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hour relief factor dot com studios. Our policies we have a little bit of a technical internet problem when the internet goes down we go down. So I'm on the phone line with you here for the next couple of minutes after playing the Roseanne clip. I wonder what your reaction is to what she said her her emotion to her utter defeat. I mean, they took everything from her over a tweet and for many people, it's good riddance. But let's face it. We know why it's good riddance for many people it has to do with the fact that Roseanne Barr is a Trump supporter, and that's not any kind of conspiracy theory. Do you think if she'd have been a typical Hollywood liberal Democrat, supporting Hillary Clinton or even Bernie Sanders, they would've fired her immediately for one tweet. Have you seen the stuff that Chelsea handler has written about Donald? Trump you listen to Bill Maher. Anybody on MSNBC? Believe me, they say far worse about Malania. They certainly there's some breaking news about Melania Trump. I want to bring you up to date on her plane had a mechanical problem? She was an route somewhere. I believe she went back to Lanta. But but first lady Melania, Trump is absolutely fine. The plane reportedly filled with smoke the cabinet had smoke in the ca- the plane had smoke in the cabin and they had to land in. I I'm pretty sure Atlanta. But I'm not one hundred percent sure on the location, but I do know that she is safe that the first lady's playing wended safely. Everybody got off the plane and everybody is a okay, so good news about Malania after a couple of bad days of news. There was a rapper who discovered who produced disgusting. Video of Milana, you're showing her as a stripper and getting naked in the Oval Office. Just horribly disrespect disrespectful. Video what will happen to the Rapa? What happens to anybody who? Calls President Trump a Nazi or all the filthy terrible things. They say about Donald and Melania Trump even their children, including baron. Nothing happens to entertainers. Trump supporting Roseanne Barr puts out a tweet that was offensive. No question. That was despicable. No doubt about Valerie Jarrett. Former top aide to Barack Obama. She loses everything. She loses it in the blink of an eye. And at the end of the day, you know, it's not fair. But it's their candy store and they get to play ball that way. You got to play ball by deciding to watch or not watch. The only reason I watched the show was because I knew that she wanted the show to go on without her. So that the two hundred or so plus people that had been employed by the show didn't lose their jobs, including her co stars, John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf. Hey, speaking of movies in the culture, don't forget, domestic Souza's latest movie death of a nation. He's screaming. Now, you seem the news you've seen what's been happening in the supreme court you've seen the impact of the left's mob mentality. Well, this movie is still with hard hitting truths to combat fake news. We're scheduled to talk to the national Sousa day on the Mike Gallagher show. So be sure to be listening to get your very own copy online of death of the nation. Go to death of a nation, movie dot com. That's death of a nation, movie dot com death of a Mace nation, movie dot com. Meanwhile, you know, I know last night in Texas, they had Robert aka Beto award debating, Ted Cruz. Very very important Senate race a work sort of emulated, President Trump calling Ted Cruz lion pets adapting or adopting President Trump's nickname during the presidential. Debates and the primaries last night in his Texas debate with Ted Cruz, of course, people I know who saw the debates that Ted Cruz did just fine. It was great. If you like Beto Rourke, you're great at the end of the day, though. We're looking around at a country that continues to compete continues to be back on top as the most competitive country in the world. America climbed one place in the rankings of the top one hundred and forty countries with the top five rounded out by Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan. All five countries scores rose from twenty seventeen with the US notching the second biggest game. After Japan's getting a mix minus here. Eric for some reason, the top spot hasn't gone to the US since the financial crisis stalled output and triggered a global economic slowdown that according to the Wall Street Journal. The fascinating keep keep good new hair getting to fix minus here, buddy. What's that? Okay. Okay. We're back up here. We're back up on on the good. Good. Good. Good. So we're back up here. Thank you, sir. For letting me know good deal. So there's this good economic news. And it's not good economic news. It's great economic news. It's economic news that is ignored virtually by the mainstream media. That's the kind of stuff that makes all of us crazy. Heaven forbid heaven forbid, you acknowledge the greatness of America under the president's tax cuts and the economic policies that are winnings. Y you gotta vote why to join us tomorrow night in Tampa. Don't forget we're going to be at the center Strache center for the performing arts in Tampa. For a big battleground talkers tour, lots of great people on stage for tickets battleground, tour dot com, battleground, tour dot com, battleground tour dot com..

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"singapore germany" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Hundreds of thousands of dollars is spending them on ads attacking me and my family. So when he say he doesn't take Pac money, he just lets others. Do it for him political experts say it's unlikely either of the two debates swayed voters much either way Clayton Neville, Dallas, President Trump's is if the his party loses control of the house in November. Say not my fault. He's arguing that his campaigning. And endorsements have helped Republican candidates in a wide ranging interview three weeks before election day. Trump told the Associated Press he sends his voter enthusiasm rivaling twenty sixteen and expressed cautious optimism that his most loyal supporters will vote even when he's not on the ballot senators who blame Saudi Arabia for the possible death of a US based journalists are ready to take strong action while the president seems reluctant about sanctions against Saudi Arabia majority leader Mitch McConnell has left the door open to the possibility. But he tells Bloomberg TV I the US moss. Find out what happened before deciding the appropriate response for now senators on both sides of the aisle are talking about sanctions ending US arm sales to Saudi Arabia and urging the Trump administration to pull out of an upcoming financial conference in the kingdom. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is supposed to attend. Linda Kenyon, Washington lifted by upbeat jobs, data and healthy corporate profits. The Dow jump more than five hundred points in global stock. Fox extended their rebound yesterday. The volatility in the market is the latest chapter in investors struggle to adapt to a world reduced central Bank. Stimulus a recent drop in the Dow could also have been triggered by the fed raising the interest rates KLIF news and information time is now seven thirty to the US back on top as the most competitive country in the world regaining the number one spot for the first time since two thousand eight an index produced by the World Economic Forum, which said the country could still do better on social issues America climb one place in the rankings of one hundred and forty countries the top five rounded out by Singapore. Germany, Switzerland, and Japan. Flu season's getting underway. Public health officials are hoping there won't be a repeat of last year where a particular strain was not covered. Well, by the vaccine and many people got sick. Steve Kastenbaum said there are signs at this year's vaccine will serve people. Well, more than eighty thousand people died in the US after contracting the flu last year. Most were over sixty five years of age. It was the worst flu season. Since the swine flu epidemic in two thousand nine just here in New York. Twenty three thousand people were treated at hospitals for the flu this year. Public health officials are urging people to get the flu vaccination now last year's vaccine wasn't very effective against the strain. That was going around this year. The vaccine does target the prevalent, strain, Australia just completed it's flu season and the strain that was being passed around. There is included in this year's vaccine. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. It's been a week since hurricane Michael devastated. The Florida panhandle and the death toll is still rising twenty nine people were killed by the storm so far in at least four states and numbers expected to increase because searchers are finding more bodies as the waters recede residents of Mexico beach. The Costa town pretty much wiped out by Michael just now being allowed back into their community to survey damage and salvage their items big day in Canada marijuana is now legal across the country. Marijuana is now legal in Canada. Kyle. Murray with the university of Alberta school of business sellers. Expect to make major prophets the way Starbucks is kind of dominating the coffee business throughout North America. The retailers wanting to kind of thing that cannabis face candidate is the second country after Uruguay to legalize pot. It's also the first g seven nation to make this move. I'm John Lawrence reporting, a just looked up and saw on. And we learned the NBC today show. They had a headline about this story called said all cannabis. Oh, yeah. Oh canopus. I heard I heard a guy on the way in my into work this morning saying it was the best day of his entire life. Really? Happy about it. But the best day in your life. You hear yourself saying something like that doesn't your brain? Miserable. Loser. It's seven thirty five KLIF traffic.

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"singapore germany" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

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"singapore germany" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"singapore germany" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"May maybe there's a connection there but to be the bigger story is really in from a paul from a market reaction standpoint what's going on in government bond really ugly too today's basically around the entire world australia south korea thailand singapore germany finland ireland france the united states canada new zealand everywhere you look seem very sharp upward moves in raids still very low by any stretch of the imagination and by recent history but somebody's hawkish sounds from draghi from yellen from carney pushing up the long and dave when we assess these comments from various fed officials joe's just pointing out there's been a lot of folks talking today about yawns comments markets being somewhat rich is there anything bold about saying markets our somewhat rich well you can look back and see fed governors in one way or another have been saying this for months and what's happened the sp five hundred is kept moving higher you look at today's trading you've got the index up financial companies sort of at the forefront speaking of the fed we'll be hearing from them in a couple of hours about the results from the second round of stress tests done largest banks and once you get those out of the way that it's time for banks to start talking about dividend increases and stock buybacks sensor that's definitely a plus for that group beyond that could be another catalysts obviously for that group is us for the overall market tone no question but beyond that i was just so do during a little comparison with india eleven main industry groups and the sp five hundred with the ones that have done relatively well this quarter there also market leaders today so emmy goals if so the been tracking the index more or less so the convicts such an healthcare which is done relatively well he has kind of faded a bit today not not a market leader nonetheless you could technology stocks you'll get industrial companies raw materials producers all at the forefront of the gain so there's a certain element of buying what's been working and let's not forget we're wrapping up what's going to be the sixteenth gain in the the last eighteen quarters for the s p five hundred talk about consistency if you've been waiting for your chance to have stocks come down in the it'd be able to buy your prices good luck you know i can i just say.

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