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"stansbury" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"In the mailbag each week, you and I have an honest conversation about investing or whatever is on your mind. Send questions, comments, and politely worded criticisms to feedback at investor hour dot com. I read as many emails as time allows and I respond to as many as possible. You can also call the listener feedback line 803 8 one two three 5 7, tell us what's on your mind and hear your voice on the show. First up this week is Anthony H and he says, Dan, I believe it was last November, Rick roll was on, talking about how markets work, one forecast he made was that silver would be much higher in 6 months, a little over 6 months later, silver is down to around $20 and 80 cents compared to 23 at that time as the price of silver mostly driven by inflation hedge and store a value investing or is it from industrial use curious why silver has not panned out thanks extreme value member Anthony H Anthony, I won't speak for Rick, but for myself, I've talked about silver before two important things about silver. Well, actually, let's go there. Let's go to three. And the first one is that it's really difficult to think about silver versus gold because silver has plenty of industrial use as you implied in your question. You imply that you understand this. There's plenty of industrial use, but there's also this monetary or store of value demand as well. And so the monetary value tends to be on the margins. The other part of that is really difficult. Silver is hard because most silver is mined as a byproduct of other things. You know, you get these silver lead deposits and even gold silver and some other things. So a lot of it gets mined as a result of mining other metals. So the other metal fundamentals come into play at silver, it just makes it really complicated. So that's number one. Number two is silver tends to rise when gold rises quite a bit. Silver tends to follow, not lead. It tends to lag, not lead. And the third thing is, and this is just my personal insight from information that I looked at just on long-term charts. Silver is really spiky. You know, if you get a long-term chart of silver, it tends to have these really speculative spikes. I call it the meme stock of metals for that reason. And my strategy is going to be to hang on to it and maybe sell maybe I'll sell silver equities into the spike because I'm holding silver equities. But I'll probably hang on to my metal, right? I've said that before the show. I've sold gold medal before. I've never sold my silver medal. But it felt bad, man. It felt bad not having it. I did what I did at a good time, but. I don't want to not have my medal. So I probably won't sell my silver medal. If I do, I'll wait for one of those big spikes. And so, you know, like a 6 month time frame, like Rick was talking about. That doesn't mean anything to me personally. He's much more in tune with those metal markets than I am, so he can make that kind of a call. And you know, it didn't turn out this time, but, you know, he's got a great track record investing in metal. So overall, yeah. He's brilliant. This one didn't pan out, but for me, I don't care about that. I just think that it's a good time to own precious metals. Great time to own gold, and therefore probably a great time, not probably. I think definitely a great time to own silver as well as long as you keep in mind that it's really spiky. You don't get the same kind of trending with silver that you do with gold. And that it tends to rise after gold tends to lag gold. Keep those things in mind. That's my advice. You know, as to why it didn't pan out, I don't know, a 6 or 8 month call doesn't mean anything to me. So I can't tell you why I did pan out, but it's a good question. Okay, I'm going to do a little bit of housekeeping for the extreme value newsletter. Forgive me if you're not a subscriber. Mike C wrote in and he said, hey, Dan. Why don't you report the trailing stops like right on the back page so I can see them and use them. You're right, Mike. We're going to take care of that. Thank you for writing in. Next, and last this week is loaded H low to be H, writes in frequently. He's our frequent correspondent faithful listener. And one of his emails this week, and there are always more than one each week. He says, your guest, and he's referring to Steve gorlach last week. He says, your guest is spot on. I'm negotiating to open small supermarkets in Russia in two airports. Selling coffee in a place where people are not price sensitive. Sounds like a good investment, but it is in the early stages. He says, worst case, I'll just buy additional precious metals though to be age. Well, Laurie, I don't know anything about supermarkets in Russian airports, but it sounds interesting and I wish you all the best with it and of course the latter part by additional precious metals. Hey, why wait? I say do it now. So that's another mailbag, and that's another episode of the stansbury investor hour. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. We provide a transcript for every episode, just go to WWW dot investor hour dot com, click on the episode you want, scroll all the way down, click on the word transcript and enjoy. If you liked this episode and know anybody who might like it also, tell them to check it out on their podcast app or at investor hour dot com. And do me a favor. Subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play or wherever you listen to podcasts. And while you're there, help us grow with a rate and a review. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram, our handle is add investor hour. On Twitter, our handle is at investor underscore hour. If you have a guest you want me to interview, drop me a note, feedback at investor hour dot com or call the listener feedback line 803 8 one two three 5 7. Tell us what's on your mind to hear your voice on the show. Till next week, I'm Dan farris. Thanks for listening. Thank you for listening to this episode of the stansbury investor hour. To access today's notes and receive notice of upcoming episodes, go to investor hour dot com and enter your email. Have a question for Dan? Send him an email, feedback and investor hour dot com. 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"stansbury" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"Of the top, right? It was only a matter of time. So next up, and last up this week, our faithful listener and frequent correspondent ludovik H, he says, with the fed needing to fight inflation, how can they increase interest rates? How would the U.S. government be capable of paying the interest on T bills? Especially now that the petrodollar is dead and midterm elections are coming. So I won't address the death of the petrodollar in midterm elections. But you do make a good point and plenty of people have said the fed is not going to be able to do what they want to do. They're not going to be able to target this hypothetical neutral interest rate level of two and a half percent. Or 2.42 .5 something like that. And they will have to stop raising interest rates at some point. For various reasons, you know, as far as the U.S. government is concerned, I mean, it's actually, it's actually more inflationary, right? Because if they need to pay interest, they'll probably print money to do it and printing money means means printing more debt. It's just a spiral that can get quite out of control. Having said that, you know, you won't catch me pretending to know what the Federal Reserve is going to do or how they're going to get themselves out of this. But I think the potential for quite a bit of ugliness is still in place. You know, if we, if we do, if they do get more aggressive, that is, if they'd simply continue with what they've said they're going to do, and we do wind up with a fed funds rate of two and a half percent, well, I think the stock market is going to be quite a bit lower. I think Bitcoin is going to get absolutely murdered. And, you know, in between those are lots of other things like junk bonds and all kinds of things. There can be quite the cascading effect when things start selling off and people start selling what they can sell. What's liquid enough to sell, right? I've talked about this before. So though to be gauge, you raise a good question here. I don't really know if I have answers, but I think things could get really ugly either way. We'll see. Well, that's another mailbag, and that's another episode of the stansbury investor hour. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. We provide a transcript for every episode, just go to WWW dot investor hour dot com, click on the episode you want to scroll all the way down, click on the word transcript and enjoy. If you liked this episode and know anybody else who might like it, tell them to check it out on their podcast app or at investor hour dot com. And do me a favor, subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you listen to podcasts, and while you're there, help us grow with a rate and a review. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram our handle is at investor hour on Twitter, our handle is at investor hour, have a guest you want me to interview, drop us a note at feedback at investor hour dot com or call the listener feedback line 803 8 one two three 5 7. Tell us what's on your mind and hear your voice on the show. Till next week, I'm Dan farris, thanks for listening. Thank you for listening to this episode of the stansbury investor hour. To access today's notes and receive notice of upcoming episodes, go to investor hour dot com and enter your email. Have a question for Dan? Send him an email, feedback and investor hour dot com. This broadcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be considered personalized investment advice, trading stocks and all other financial instruments involves risk, you should not make any investment decision based solely on what you hear. Stansbury investor hour is produced by stansbury research. It is copyrighted by the stansbury radio network. Opinions expressed on this program are solely those of the contributor and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Stanford research its parent company or affiliates. You should not treat any opinion expressed in this program as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or model a particular strategy, but only as an expression of opinion. Neither stansberry research nor's parent company or affiliates warrant the completeness or accuracy of the information expressed on this program, and it should not be relied upon itself. Standard research, its affiliates and subsidiaries are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided on program. The statements and opinions expressed on this program are subject to change without notice. No part of the contributor's compensation from Stanford research is related to the specific opinions they express. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Stanford research does not guarantee any specific outcome or profit. You should be aware of the real risk of loss in following any strategy or investment discussed on this program. Strategies or investments discussed may fluctuate in price more value. Investors may get back less than invested. Investments were strategies mentioned on this program may not be suitable for you. This material does not take into account your particular investment objectives, financial situation, or needs, and is not intended as a recommendation that is appropriate for you. You must make an independent decision regarding investments or strategies mentioned on this program. Before acting on information on the program, you should consider whether it is suitable for your particular circumstances and strongly consider seeking advice from your own financial or investment adviser..
"stansbury" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"I mean, even if they've existed for two or three years, there's no profitability. There is, in some cases, no revenue. And so there's no way that in most cases, these stocks are going to show up on those traditional screens that, by the way, not only you, but 99% of the analyst community, you're using those same screens as are a lot of individual investors because those things are now widely available to almost anybody. But you know it goes back to if everybody in the world is doing the same thing, you don't want to do that. You want to go in a different direction. So here's what I will tell you. I'm not going to tell you much because well here's the good news. In the ten X and nog issue, I lay out the 5 step system that we're using. I leave it completely out there so everybody understands it. I've also developed a separate system for evaluating BioTech stocks. I personally think that little piece of information inside the report is worth the price of admission. Because it's one of those fields where it can be mystifying as to how in the world do you value something that has two or three employees and is probably never going to make money. But so I've laid out a tremendous amount of the intellectual property behind this system that I've created. The one thing I won't do is talk much about the screening process. Because it's the okay, so it is the it is the one thing I have been able to say anything to stansbury folks about it because it's taken me years years to get to the point where I've got this thing and it really is the essence of what makes ten X special because if you can't find these ideas early, then there's no point. So but what I will so I hope I have at least given the listener enough to know that if you're doing the traditional approach, you're probably not going to find these ideas there. You're going to have to come up with a different process. That's a good point. And what you said before and what we said before about other stansbury folks, like one of the early things I remember when we were talking about this was you said, I got a whole list of stocks here that are like some of them have already run ten X and some of them have the potential run ten X and like they never appeared in any stansbury publication. I mean, who knows how many stock picks we put out as a company? It must be.
"stansbury" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"Because and even but and it's the same though as the can of tuna fish or the clothing or whatever it is because you get the utility. You get the same utility. And that's your return. Correct. And you would want, for example, I was looking recently. I've been thinking about this a bit because I looked recently at a chart of P E ratio for whatever it may be worth. I realize there's some noise in it of the S&P 500 going back to I believe it was 1954. And something really struck me on that chart. During the 70s was the only sustained period of several years when it was consistently below 15 times earnings. And of course, to buy stocks then, you know, it was difficult during those years because they were consistently cheaper than in just about any other decade. Absolutely than in any other decade, just before or since, certainly. But that's what you want. And even if the price stays low, the cash is still produced. The return is still present. And you have made a wonderful coup if you have paid less for it. I sound like a really struggling with this. And I am because I'm the value guy in a financial newsletter publishing firm. And that's a tough place to be and it's been really tough for the last ten years. But paying less for something that, you know, doesn't change just because the price changes, it's always better, is it not? It is always better. And I would suggest to your listeners, it stands very still publishes this. That a comparison of the results that you've generated both in terms of individual stocks, but also in terms of your overall portfolio. Relative to other publications and relative then to other investment strategies has been very good. And that belies the fact that you have on behalf of your readers achieve the results that you've had while accepting substantially less risk than some of your competitors. I'm not belittling other stansbury products. I'm not belittling investments in technology as an.
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Of the boston athletic association read a statement acknowledging that the twenty six point two mile course runs through the homelands of the massachusetts mashpee. Womp dog and pawtucket people back. When marathon organizers announced they were moving this year's race from april to october because of the pandemic they were rambling criticized for scheduling it on indigenous peoples day. But in the end the schedule change is what led to the land acknowledgement. Something we commonly hear at events in the west but it was remarkable to see that happening in boston city. Those spent the last two hundred years celebrating its white colonial history and that is what brought secretary holland boston. She wrote in the globe that she was running for missing and murdered indigenous people and their families for the victims of indian boarding schools and for quote. The promised that our voices are being heard. And we'll have a part in an equitable and just future. And by the way she finished the marathon with a very respectable time of four hours. Fifty eight minutes and fifty four seconds. So congratulations again secretary. Deb haaland. That's it for this episode of the landscape. Thanks again to representative stance barry for joining us if you enjoy this episode. Please leave us a review on apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening right now and we always love your feedback. We love your ideas for guests. We should talk to in future episodes. You can send those to podcast at western priorities dot org or find me or cape on twitter that links in the show notes to all of that so on behalf of the whole team at the center for western priorities. I'm aaron weiss. And i'm cake ratzinger. Thanks for listening a..
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"The leadership in both chambers and the individuals who are at the negotiating table know that that it's not only what we promised to deliver to the american people but that it's our responsibility to get it done in that we have to get it done sooner than later so i do believe that we'll get it done in the coming weeks. Awesome one question. that's just come to mind. That's not on our list is how you communicate what you're doing in congress back to your constituents in how you sort of make these really complicated issues into things that can be easily communicated to your constituents. I think the american people are hungry to understand the process. And what's happening in politics and part of why i ran for public office after working as a staffer you know as somebody who was working on these issues that sort of behind the scenes as that. I saw the need to have a translator. Somebody who could help to impact what's happening and help make it more accessible to the public so You know. I think that a lot of times politicians don't give the public enough credit and It's really important to just engage with people and continue to have dialogue so since i was elected earlier this summer. We've been doing listening sessions across our district so during august and september. We did almost a dozen listening sessions in every community. We could in our district and just ask questions. What's on your mind. what do you care about. What questions can we answer. And i think people really appreciated that this week. I've been holding a series of zoom coffees with constituents just to talk about what's happening with reconciliation and the infrastructure package and people are very tuned in oftentimes constituents themselves are spending a tremendous amount of time watching the news and digesting political information and have very sophisticated understanding of. What's going on. But i think what people really are looking for is an honest assessment of the process and how their voices and values and the things that they care how can be translated into things that have an impact and to really understand the process.
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"The senate passed out a bipartisan infrastructure. Package there really included mostly just bread and butter infrastructure. Roads bridges some water infrastructure. But i don't wanna diminish it because it is a significant investment in critical infrastructure. But it it. It didn't end up including a lot of climate provisions and even other important kinds of water infrastructure. That is really important. So the reconciliation package is. It is probably the most comprehensive investment in american wellbeing since the new deal and the house wants the senate passed the sort of top line number for that bill fleshed out and you know really shape the programs that ultimately would be funded through the bill and when we returned back to congress a couple of weeks ago in the house It was clear that it was getting complicated and Some of the folks who had originally agreed to the overall idea of moving these two bills together suddenly had changed their minds or had different ideas about how they should move and everything sort of came to a head last week and it was looking like we were gonna be asked to go on the infrastructure package. I and not the reconciliation package and about sixty of us including myself said no. We're not gonna do that. We're gonna hold the line and especially the progressive caucus became really. I think the central locus of that sort of active resistance within the system to say you know. We campaigned on this. We promised the american people this. This is what we are being asked to do to take climate action to invest in families to transform our economy so that it works for everyone in addresses inequalities and we rebuild our economy after cove it in a way that is more fair just and equitable and so It all came to a head and on friday. The president himself came down to the chambers and he met with the democratic caucus in the house and he said himself. You know. I'm not gonna pass this infrastructure bill without the reconciliation bill and so over the last few days. The president and leadership in both chambers and members who are key members involved in the negotiations have been working on a path forward. And i feel hopeful. I think that. I think ultimately we will get there. But there's still work to be done. And i want to emphasize especially for listeners. This podcast the what is included in that reconciliation bill is amongst the most significant provisions that will enable our country to actually meet its climate responsibilities including cutting our carbon emissions by half of the required amount to meet our paris accord obligations and so we need those provisions to remain in the reconciliation bill and were fighting really hard to.
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Rubio who's a legislator from the south and a bunch of social justice and frontline worker organizations where they had spent several years traveling the state holding listening sessions and talking to communities and saying. How do we imagine our economic future. How do we imagine a more sustainable future. In places where rate now jobs are highly dependent especially on oil and gas and mining and other activities. And i think at the end of the day it's really important that the communities of voices and dreams and hopes really lead those conversations and our role is public officials took first and foremost listen and to help to identify tools and resources that we can bring home to support. Our community is and empower themselves as they're on that economic diversification journey. I know that your answer touched on this. But where does that revenue come from if it's not coming from oil and gas well at the end of the day. That's part of the whole existential question. I think about how not only the west but the world is going to transition its economy as new. Mexico has had a historic boom in energy production over the last several years and it has brought in a huge amount of revenue to our stay that is being invested and which ultimately will help to build infrastructure and support programs but it's very boom-and-bust cycle because that revenue is highly dependent on markets. That we have no control over. You know it's really. Based on the price of oil and gas at the international level and so diversifying. The economy is long game. There's there's not an easy answer short-term but i also strongly believe that part of how we get. There is by working with industry because industry has the capacity and husband investing in research and development and technology for many decades and i believe can ultimately make transition to operate in carbon neutral ways in different times and spaces. So it's not one simple answer. I think that we have to pursue all answers. We have to work with industry. On technological and other innovations we have to work to diversify our economy and we have to make those carbon emission relations to achieve our ultimate goals. By you know this is why this issue is the biggest issue of our time because for the last hundred years our planet built in economic system that depended on certain kinds of energy that we learned actually harm the planet. And so were trying to figure out. Now how do we make this transition as a planetary system so that we can continue to live sustainably utah. There's no easy..
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Worker groups to the conservation community to industry would support the work that we had done and so i felt very confident that heading into the congressional race was really important that we focus on climate change in. It's for that reason that it continues to be one of the central issues that i'm working on and also which are communities are continuing to tell us we have to work on and of course you know. Public land's new mexico is a place where like much of the west much of the land is an foot federal hands and federal trust but also a place where our communities have deep ties to the land and in fact some of the history of federal lands is deeply painful for our communities. We have twenty three federally recognized tribes in pablo's and our and our state and for many of our troops in publishers. They lost plans over. The history of settlement in this area and our area was settled by the spanish in the fifteen hundreds and we have land communities that are very much tied to the lands and waters of our state and our farming ranching communities are tied to the state so public lands also traditional lands connections to land and water are truly part parcel of our states identity and the cultural fabric good bar communities and so it's not just about promoting wilderness and outdoor recreation and all of the things we often talk about in the west but also about restoring traditional lands protect teen traditional lands and and landscape uses and also lifting up in continuing the traditions of the many cultures that are here in our state. Wow that's a lot to work into have in mind once One thing that i in everyone on my team is really interested in is sort of the conversation around energy development in new mexico. Because so much of your government on your state. Government is funded through energy development yet. It's making climate change worse. So i'm curious how you talk about that issue. How you think about that issue in what you think. The way forward looks like i think that new mexico like many other places in the west that have economies that are based in energy development are struggling with this same existential question. And you know you look at places like alaska louisiana in texas and you know the most difficult question for our stay in new mexico is how do you develop a more diversified and sustainable economy. Not only at a statewide level. But in the places where people's jobs livelihood sin wellbeing are tied to these economic opportunities and at this moment those are really difficult answers. And so part of what i have over my time in public service is really looked at. How can we help to promote a more just transition at the community base level and so some of the work that i think is most important. That's happening in new mexico. And which i think can be a real model for our nation is work that a lot of our community organizations are doing around just transition so this last legislative session. I carried a comprehensive climate bill that had three parts to it. One was dealing with our carbon footprint and putting into place overall carbon reduction targets to meet our paris accord You know responsibilities. The second was dealing with resilience and making sure that our state agency is were providing tools and resources and collaborative opportunities to work on climate resilience. But the i think perhaps the most important part were provisions. That were led by my colleague helicopter..
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Could you tell us a little bit about the rule that climate change in also public. Land's played in your campaign. Yes while i very explicitly ran on a climate platform and it was interesting to me. How much people. At the national level were both surprised by any encouraged by me doing so An in part. Because i had been working on climate issues during much of my seven years working in washington during the obama administration and my time working in the senate energy committee but when i ran for office in the state legislature in two thousand eighteen. We were just coming out of eight years of a state administration in new mexico that was very anti climate action and that administration had had a real chilean effect on climate action in this state not only in terms of regulation of industry in addressing climate resilience in our carbon footprint but also about teaching and talking about climate change our schools and museums and public institutions. Were many cases afraid to even talk about climate change. And so when i was elected in twenty eighteen i had just finished my time working. Washington working on the president's climate action plan working on climate legislation. And i was ready to really bring that work back home to new mexico. So my first session in the legislature. I drafted and carried a comprehensive climate resilience bill with the governor. And i'll tell you people thought i was crazy. They were like this is political suicide. What are you doing. And partly because i had flipped a conservative district from red to blue and people thought at the time that you know it would really be Not politically smart to do so. But we had actually pulled on climate change in my district during our campaign and there had been other public opinion polls during that time and we knew that state overwhelmingly supported climate action including independents and republicans. And in fact you know new. Mexico is a place filled with scientists and engineers and creatives in Land based community used farmers. And so people here really really care about these issues in you know at the end of the day part of why you step up into these roles is to lead and there's no more important issue than to lead on then climate change so We did not pass that bill and our first session in part because we ran out of time in our short legislature but over the next Over that year and the following year i pass to really critical pieces of legislation that dovetail with climate change including a water data act and a grid modernization and both of those bills passed with bipartisan support and republican co sponsors and they were real lessons in how do you advance policy sound scientifically based policy the brings the best ideas from our communities. It's based on science and that really addresses the core issues around our ability to fight climate change and to respond to it. And so i think having had those experiences and heading into my congressional race i knew that the people of new mexico are demanding. Climate action. I knew that we could craft legislation. Once i was elected though would be meaningful and impactful. And i knew that the communities that i had worked with during my time in the legislature from social justice groups and frontline.
"stansbury" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"Cake. Ratzinger bluff utah on the show. Today we're talking to congresswoman melanie stance berry. Who represents the albuquerque area in new mexico representative stance free replaced deb. Haaland after holland was tapped to lead the interior department earlier. This year. She grew up in albuquerque and served as a state legislator before winning her seat in congress. Melania's possibly the most qualified legislator in congress. Today she's worked on the national council on environmental quality at scindia national laboratories in the office of management and budget and a staffer for the united states senate committee on energy and natural resources. We'll talk to her about how climate change in public lands played into her campaign as well as the reconciliation process. Playing out right now but i some big news as you have. No doubt heard. President biden just restored to national monuments in utah. The president returned bears years and grand staircase escalante national monuments back to their original sizes undoing president. Trump's attempt to shrink those monuments by eighty five and fifty percent respectively. That is of course. Great news for the protection of both landscapes which contain some of the richest cultural and scientific artifacts in the country but the restorations may not be permanent utah. State leaders are already talking about challenging those new protections in court public land's journalists and recent podcast guest here jonathan thompson in his newsletter pointed to the text of the proclamations themselves which president biden rewrote to include much more detail than the language that was in the proclamation signed by presidents clinton and obama. The idea thomson. Speculates is that that could help. Justify the sizes of the monuments should the proclamations and being challenged in court. Another former podcast. Here professor marks school laci told e-e-eddie news. He thinks it's unlikely. The supreme court would take up the case since lower courts have consistently ruled that presidents do have broad discretion under the antiquities act but square. Lachey said that does not preclude another attempt to shrink the monuments. If or win the white house changes hands again. Yes so it was a busy weekend. Here in san juan county as you can imagine I was able to attend a very last minute gathering on cedar mesa on friday which was arranged by utah. Dna that's a group that's primarily navajo lead in his. Been pushing for the monument. They were actually the ones who came up with the original idea to push for a monument or a landscape level protection for the bears years region former interior secretary. Bruce babbitt was there writer. Terry tempest williams was there. And then kenneth mary boy the navajo county. Commissioner here in san. Juan county was there as well in a lot of navajo elders. Who are on the board of utah debka and advisors to the group so that was pretty amazing to get to celebrate that with people who have really been fighting for the monument for the past ten years. I imagine it must have been a pretty pretty big shifts for everyone in our broader conservation world and specifically in the indigenous advocacy world..
Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins Special House Election in New Mexico
"Only Stansbury wins a special election in New Mexico for the seat vacated by a member of President Biden's Cabinet. Here's Fox is Joe NATO. When Interior Secretary Deb Holland went to work for the Biden administration, her house seat in New Mexico was left open in a special election to fill it. Ah, battle between Democrat Melanie Stansbury and Republican Mark Moore's Stansbury, aligning herself with his current Democratic legislation on pandemic relief and infrastructure. Moore's painted her as a progressive with a radical agenda. In the end, Stansbury prevailed, telling supporters at a victory party. I'm proud Stand here tonight. As your next cars stands. Berries win means New Mexico will continue to see an all female delegation to the house. And it means Democrats will have a nine seed advantage there to 22 to
Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins U.S. House Seat for New Mexico
"Now has a new election night last night In New Mexico Democrat Melanie stands very winning the congressional seat left open when Deb Holland became Interior Secretary Stansbury taking the first congressional district race over GOP state Senator Mark Moore's and her victory is a win for Victory to our state our communities into our country. I'm just so proud. Stansbury says her team worked their hearts out. Derek Dennis ABC NEWS
Democrat Melanie Stansbury Wins US House Race in New Mexico
"When president biden name deb holland to be. Us secretary of the interior. She made history as the first native. American cabinet secretary in us history. She also less historically created an open seat in congress and tonight is the special election to replace her now. Republicans desperately want to pick up a seat in the house. Democrats desperately do not want to lose one. Because of how small the democratic majority already is the house of representatives but polls have closed now in new mexico's first congressional districts. Let's check in with steve kornacki to see what we know. Hey steve hey rachel will we know a lot and this happened in just the last five minutes. What you're looking at on the screen. It's elaine slide here and it's significant because i think the question right now has shifted. Who is going to win this race but to how much the democrats are going to win this race by. Let me take you through. What just happened in the last few minutes. You see melanie stains. She's a democrat mark morris. He's the republican. You see a two to one edge here for stains barry. Essentially what just happened. Is we got the early. Vote slash the absentee vote. You'll mail in ballots and also the vote that was cast early in this election. That's a huge huge chunk of it. We got it from the big giant county that makes up the overwhelming bulk of this district. We knew the democrat was going to do well with this big chunk that just came in. We didn't expect necessarily it would be this well for the democrats so a thirty two point advantage here for stands berry with that. That's certainly exceeds. What the democrats did with the early absentee vote in. Bernallio county. That's albuquerque back in november. It certainly puts stands berry on course to win this by a decisive. And this is where margin. I think becomes key because i think that's the storyline that everybody's looking to in this district. It wasn't necessarily. Which party would win but with the democrats win by a convincing
"stansbury" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington. I'm korva coleman. President biden will visit oklahoma today to mark the one hundredth anniversary of the tulsa race massacre as npr's aisha roscoe reports. The attack killed as many as three hundred people. In nineteen twenty one president biden will meet with survivors of the massacre who were small children. Then and now are more than one hundred years old in one thousand nine hundred twenty. One white mobs attacked the all. Black district of greenwood prosperous and thriving. Greenwood was known as black wall street at the time for decades. The massacre was miscast as a riot and largely covered up but in recent years the incident has received more attention. Survivors recently testified before congress the devastation and ongoing impact systemic factors prevent the greenwood district from ever really recovering. Some survivors have filed a lawsuit seeking reparations from the state of oklahoma and the city of tulsa aisha roscoe. npr news. The whitehouse more corona virus restrictions are being lifted today in georgia from member station w. a. b. in atlanta 'em heard reports on governor. Brian kemp's executive order while georgia state of public health. Emergency remains in place. This new executive order lifts restrictions for childcare centers bars restaurants convention centers and performance in us. Many of those rules regarding masks temperature checks and disinfecting have been pleased for more than a year. Some regulations for long term care facilities and schools remain but the executive order prevents public schools from using the state of emergency to justify mandating face masks. However it doesn't ban the district's from doing so for npr news. i'm emma hurt in atlanta. Police in the miami area are searching for three gunmen. Who opened fire into a banquet hall and a florida strip mall. Early sunday morning. They kill two people and wounded twenty one others. Miami police say the gunman were masked and drove a stolen vehicle. They found that stolen vehicle submerged into a local canal. There's a special election today. In new mexico district to fill the congressional seat vacated by deb and the congresswoman vacated the seat when she became interior secretary in the biden administration from member station k. Unm covey move ahead has more democratic state representative. Melanie stands berries favored to win the us house seat. That represents the region including new mexico's biggest city albuquerque. Democrats have held the seat since two thousand nine stands berry faces republican state. senator mark. moore's of albuquerque. As well as libertarian and independent candidates the outcome is being closely watched because of the narrow democratic majority in the us house and with midterm elections just eighteen months away when holland when the seat in two thousand eighteen. She was one of the first to native american women to be elected to the us congress before holland it belonged to new mexico governor. Michelle luhan grisham and us. Senator martin heinrich for npr news. I'm coffee move ahead in santa fe the un's on wall street. The dow is up one hundred eight points and you're listening to npr news. The un's nuclear watchdog agency says traces of uranium have been found in iran. They were at three locations. That iran did not declare as part of its official nuclear program. The un says. Iran is not explaining why the agency says it has not gotten access to iran's nuclear data since february. Pope francis has declared a sweeping revision of catholic church. Laws this toughens penalties for clerical sex abuse and fraud npr sylvia poggioli reports. It comes after decades of clerical abuse and financial scandals. The code of canon law covers the one point. Three billion members of the catholic church. This is the most extensive revisions since the current version was approved by pope. John paul the second in one thousand nine hundred eighty three in an accompanying letter. Pope francis said one aim was to reduce the number of cases whose penalties were left to the discretion of authorities. The head of the vatican department that oversaw the project said there was excessive slack and interpretation of penal law with mercy sometimes prevailing over justice under the new rules clerics who abuse minors or other vulnerable people will be punished with deprivation of office and potentially with defrocking and you crimes have been added such as grooming of minors or vulnerable adults for sexual abuse. Sylvia jolie. npr news. Rome authorities in nigeria. Say armed men have kidnapped about two hundred school children in north central part of the country. Local officials say that children and their abductors are being pursued. The incident is one of several massive deductions nigerian schools by armed gangs. That hold people for ransom. I'm korva coleman. Npr news in washington..
"stansbury" Discussed on X96
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Atlanta's Georgia Tech to host fans for game against Central Florida
"Depend on it. George ATTACK. It's ready to be the first team in Atlanta to host fans at this afternoon's home opener, the latest now from W. S. B. C. J plan, Todd Stansbury didn't have to go far to figure out a way to keep 11,000 people safe being George attack. We actually worked with a software company that's owned by from Georgia. Folks will be the first fans in Atlanta since March. So the Jackets athletic director knows the stakes. We obviously want to Joe that George attacked Khun do this. NASCAR required at all times and ushers will remind you there's no tailgating but an early bird special on concessions jackets or a touchdown. Underdog number. 14 Central Florida Kickoff at 3
Atlanta's Georgia Tech to welcome fans Saturday with COVID precautions
"Tech gearing up to be the first team in Atlanta, the host fans at this afternoon's home opener, the latest now from WSB J. Black. This will be the largest gathering of sports fans in the states since March. A lot of people are going to be watching us to see whether we can pull this off, athletic director Todd Stansbury says. To do that they use software owned by Georgia Tech alums to keep 11,000 people spread out, the students will sit in pairs. There's no tailgating on ly mobile tickets, lots of hand sanitizer and mask required. Even outside the stadium. We will have people reminding fans to put their masks on kickoff of 3 30, the jackets or a seven point underdog to number 14 You see if J.
"stansbury" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Plan right now, so that you are prepared and Protected. Well, here's what we're facing, and I'm a big Stansbury. We have a lot of clients has described Tio Porter Stansbury, but Stansbury research and I think they put this Really, to the point, right? We're heading into what could be the ugliest election ever. The Democratic presumptive nominee, Joe Biden is running on perhaps the most radical left platform that we've ever seen from a mainstream candidate. If buying becomes our next president, Under heavy pressure from the far left wing of the Democratic Party, he Wilmore likely Proclaim social justice roots and could offer more handouts than every other president combined. Well, folks, we not only live in uncertain times, but I want to teach you that the time to overcome economic uncertainty and protect your money is right now in 2020, especially as we head into this election year. I think about this. This this global covert 19 pandemic has turned policymaking on its head. Trillions of stem dollars of stimulus have created a new, incredibly powerful hidden force in our country. May entrenched some of the most progressive ideologues in our politics and put them in the White House. Now, folks, when you can stand there and have things blowing up behind you and be on a Nate major cable news network and say that this is a friendly protest, it is very clear the left. Has no shame they will say and do whatever is necessary. And here's the challenge. I want to teach you this. This is the time to protect your money. Folks is 2020 stock market just months after the pep pandemic fuel collapse. Has many concerns It crash again the way of life that many of us joy for the last 2030 40 year is being disrupted and could be disrupted in a much bigger way. In many people think Biden might be you know this centrist go along. Get along Pillar Democratic candidate this expose from from Stansbury research puts puts it But he is not the predictable Democratic candidate that many people will find out him. He to be. See this image of a centrist or moderate, won't last long, right? And because the only way he can win is the support of Sanders in Warren's progressive rank followers. And that will happen on Ly one way if Uncle Joe turns hard left and embraces many of the positions of Sanders and Warren. And I don't need to give you the history of Sanders and Warren. I don't even want to bore you with that. But let's just face it to say that Warren was a huge push under the Obama administration right for the handout focus, rather than supporting the financial system of a true recovery. And Sanders has been a strong socialist right in his career. Obviously, he has put he has pushed and pushed and pushed right for Universal Health care Free pub to tuition for public universities in college tax hikes on the wealthy and so on, and so on. And you see with with Warren and Sanders in the driver's seat, right? We're in big trouble, folks. By knows the only way he's going to get Right debt burden into the White House is to play cow talk out to these debt burden, Millennials to show up and vote. Right, Making right the most radical promises American politics have ever seen. In fact, for the first time ever, there will be more millennials. Voters than baby boomer voters able to decide this next presidential election. And here's what they're after you because this is pretty. This is pretty worrisome when when you really think about it? In particular because of Biden. Excuse me, Barney controlling so much of the millennial vote. The last time he was running for president himself, and the focus is on three things. A debt jubilee for the masses. Medicare for all in universal basic income and folks a jet dupe. Excuse me a debt Jubilee is a clearance of debt from public record across a wide sector or an entire nation. Such a jubilee. What was proposed as a solution to debt, write that for the debt that was incurred as well as additional debt that's anticipated during this 2020 Corona virus, recession and folks as we speak, there's another 123 trillion of stimulus being voted on. That's going to be out within days. Well, here's the challenge, right? These radical ideas already being pushed by many of the most influential progressive economists and academics in our nation today, and here's what this is going to look like folks, because somebody's gonna have to pay For this stuff you see in Congress, More than half a dozen Jubilee style laws have already been proposed. Right. It's the easiest way for a president to level the playing field for millennials toe. One swift vote Right. But for progressive progressives, debt Jubilee is not going to go far enough. So many Democrats are happy having people embrace for this Medicare for all. Right. This was an idea. Progressive elites and our nation have been calling for one that Harvard Medical School professor declared. Why wouldn't we do this for all Americans, not just people over 65. Roughly two thirds of all Americans are on board with this idea, but perhaps the scariest of all three of these these Biden tax bull's eyes, right? Is this national welfare program known as universal basic Income..
"stansbury" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Left lane. You're next update in 10 minutes. News Radio, 6 10 W. 83 keep a skein 79 in sunrise. It's now 701 in the news is brought to you by Seminole Hard Rock Casino where you're safe and Sound. Florida's coming off another record day for deaths from the Corona virus, 186 fatalities reported yesterday. In the statewide death toll now top 6200 there were more than 9000 new cases. Miami Beach commissioners will be looking to the immediate and the distant futures today and their last scheduled meeting until at least September. Dan Gilbert wants commissioners to pass his proposal for midnight last call and total re branding of the South Beach Entertainment District on two committees. For considerations, images of out of control behavior have become too common and, frankly shocking. During a pandemic. He envisions it as more of art and cultural destination. Insurers will also be discussing emergency meetings needed next month. Because of the pandemic. South Florida hospitals are getting a helping hand, though, from health professionals that air coming in from around the country. Hundreds of nurses, doctors and other staffers have arrived in the area already to help treat the growing number of Corona virus patients. Nurse Amelia Stansbury from New York is one of them. She says She'll be too busy for sightseeing and reminds us all to stay home. And it's still tough to find cleaning supplies. Now a group of scientists are working on a way to make getting them as easy as turning on a faucet. Most cleaning supplies are pretty simply more product only has two ingredients in it. Water and hyper Cloris acid Rain Guest has come up with a way to mix those.
"stansbury" Discussed on WTOP
"The final spot in both conferences in the wizards will compete for the final berth in the east the NHL today announced more details of its playoff format the qualifying round will be a best of five series with all others best of seven each succeeding round the highest remaining seed in each conference will face the lowest the players union still has to approve the agreement Georgia tech is making sure its athletes have time to vote this fall nine teams in season at that time including football will cancel activities on November third athletic director Todd Stansbury released a statement saying it's their responsibility to provide student athletes with an environment that promotes civic duty there sports community is expressing your thoughts on social issues and DC United coach Ben Olsen has always been willing to speak his mind starting with his Sean neighborhood of DC it's a place where every race could come here do business at lotus and now it is part of the the epicenter of these protests and I'm I'm proud of this area John of the Warner W. T. O. P. sports remembrances song words about George Floyd at a memorial in Minneapolis will take you there with CBS after traffic and weather it's three forty seven so much time and know where to go that's sort of where we are right now you probably have cabin fever and when you do get out well you've got to keep your distance however you can still stay connected better than ever before hi John of the water here for **** internet I'm sure you've discovered that a video conference call is.
"stansbury" Discussed on WGN Radio
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