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Women are perceived to become liabilities the moment they become mothers. And that's just not true
"You know I grew up in the Philippines. I had really strong female role models my mother my grandmothers. We had a female President Corazon Aquino when I was growing up and I grew up as an empowered girl you know part of the Ywca of Manila's one of their team leaders. When I was thirteen and a started organizing leadership conferences for girls when I was eighteen and then so when I left the Philippines to come to school I left Venus. This empowered girl and then I went to Mongolia College. Which is the first ever and oldest college for Women in America which has a strong tradition if educating female leaders that would change the world and right out of college and I was working at Goldman Sachs. I was sparked of launching the Investment Banking Women's Network for Goldman and so all of these experiences. Really you know allowed me to appreciate the importance of having strong female role models in women leaders all around. I think there's a surprising number of similarities. I also grew up with a very strong mother. Who set a wonderful example of how to work hard and achieve your dreams but also have a clear opinion and share that I also went to an all women's college so Wellesley and it was a really powerful example for me to see all the leadership roles filled by women because that was just the assumption. Why wouldn't the leadership refilled by a woman? I think couple of differences. I grew up in a lot of other countries. As well you came from the Philippines. I I grew up in China for three years in Japan in Ecuador and France and so seeing gender equality quite differently in all of those countries and comparing that to the United States was a real surprise for me it was it was so different from country to country in China for example. There's a saying that women hold up half the sky and that struck me as clearly women would would have half of the opportunities would be just as strong and through both school but then also work and now I have three young daughters six year old and almost four year old twin girls and so I care about gender equality even more But this has been with me from his as far as I can remember. We NEED TO ACCELERATE GENDER EQUALITY. So we can have it in your daughter's life exactly that quite a bit actually at the rate we're going. The whole world stands to benefit if women participate in the economy identically. Demand according to Quinlan's research at McKinsey it would boost the world's economy annually by twenty trillion dollars. That's the size of China and US economies combined. It's all countries align their gender equality efforts with the progress made by their most impressive neighbors. The world's economy could grow by eleven percent that's twelve trillion dollars. A remedy for inequality is a daunting task and it starts at home from the United States may seem like a developed nation but the United States for the last decade has been ranking in the twenties to thirties and the global gender gap report and so there is a lot of progress that needs to be achieved and one of these areas is an economic empowerment so the gender pay gap still persists here in the United States. The gap has narrowed since nineteen eighty. But it's been stable over the last fifteen years and as of last year on average women have earned only eighty five percent of what men earned and based on this estimate. This means it would take an extra thirty nine days of work for women to earn what men did. As of last year there is also the perception that this gender pay gap is imaginary. The latest survey shows that around half of the men believed that there is no gender pay gap so this is very much like half of the men are denying climate change. You know. It's the same principle of denying Ariel that exists which makes it even more problematic to solve when we think about the intersection of race and gender gap. It gets even worse with African American women getting paid the least on average a second area around economic empowerment for women as access to capital for women. Women receive less than ten percent of venture capital funding and ever ge US women are starting more and more companies access to capital is not as easy for women as it is for men. If you're a woman of color the probability that you'll get funding from a venture capitalist is less than one percent so there is a lot of work we need to do around economic empowerment women.
After a surge in polls, Buttigieg heads into the debate as a target
"It is debate night in Atlanta I know what's at stake in our national leadership I know how to fix it and I'm going to lead the fight to get it done it's no longer trying to postpone we should get moving there's an enormous enormous opportunities the Democrats who would be president and hit the stage we have more from correspondent bills M. for Joe Biden goes in in the polling lead and he will continue to draw fire Elizabeth Warren may get some hate tonight after revealing the twenty trillion dollar price tag for her health care plan and mayor Pete booted judge should be interesting maybe more of a target tonight after polls in Iowa show him surging to the top there and two candidates who won't be on stage you may actually have an impact the candidacy of the ball Patrick and the expected Ron by Michael Bloomberg may prompt some candidates to stake a claim to some of that moderate ground well the issue should be familiar healthcare immigration crime gun control and yes like it or not impeachment but fear not U. S. citizens we are now within shouting distance of actual primary balloting and November twenty twenty will be here before you know it that debate airs tonight on
Elizabeth Warren Doubles Down on Medicare for All
"Elizabeth Warren is finally put down on paper the universal healthcare plan she's been talking about for months it comes with a massive price tag twenty trillion dollars over the next ten years to provide her government funded insurance to every American a plan she says will not raise income taxes for the middle class the revenue projections in this bill
Warren unveils $20.5tn plan for universal healthcare without middle-class tax hike
"Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is promising not to raise middle class taxes to pay for her expensive healthcare plan Warren's plan to provide government funded healthcare to every American would cost more than twenty trillion dollars but on the campaign trail and in debates the senator has been cagey about how to pay for it now Warren is promising no new taxes on the middle class instead she says her Medicare for all plan relies on employers transferring to the government nearly all of what
Warren: Medicare for All plan will not raise middle-class taxes 'one penny'
"So I want to talk about politics and I don't spend a lot of time on presidential candidates but these numbers just came out the just silly I am an independent I will not make a decision on if I'm going to vote at all I don't like trump personally how could you come on but look at the economy look at the Supreme Court appointments look at the stock market all the stuff that people talk about it's relevant and then I wanted to bring this up now because these numbers were just released in it's actually laughable it's so laughable because I saw it on fox and I thought it was a lie because they tend to exaggerate if it involves a Democrat but there right Elizabeth Warren's her Medicare for all plans okay single payer in other words you pay into Medicare you get all your coverage you lose your doctor you lose your company's insurance plan she's going to take all the money that you pay and then put that towards thanks for this Medicare for all land we should have a drum roll fifty two trillion dollars okay a fifty two trillion dollars over ten years and that's the estimate for health coverage and coverage for long term care somewhere by our own folks they're saying she would have to find twenty trillion dollars in new federal spending twenty trillion so motherly pointy boy the he's the first or second one of the other tied in terms of Democrats out there with Biden Bernie says the same thing he will give the numbers but he says I haven't figured it out yet but it's going to cost middle class taxpayers more so they would eliminate all private health care all of it so you lose your doctor hospital everything they tell you where to go and then it will also change military spending and then it would cause tax hikes for corporations in middle class families and they think they're gonna be president and so he will always confounded by trump I'm not as far as I'm concerned if the vote were today even with all this jargon about impeachment he wins in a landslide and my man Ben who is producing today and I love them he likes Elizabeth Warren but even then even better is a smart kid even Ben says there's no way America can pay for that health care plan I am not campaigning for trump but folks anybody out there anybody out there listening right now willing to man up woman up family up business up in pay fifty two trillion dollars twenty point five trillion in new money they have to find some somewhere folks we can't find a trillion some days we can't find a billion twenty trillion a new swimming so as you sit out there and wonder who you're going to vote for thank you thank you my choice will likely be more any he's coming back after a heart attack or Elizabeth ward or trump honestly I'm saying right now in western Pennsylvania Democrat is the cave man trump wins big all the cops I knew all the teachers I know all the carpet as I know trump all the truckers item all Democrats trump why would they be who in their right mind who's out there working right now I would say Hey honey excited about giving up our doctor in our healthcare plan and pay more in taxes who she says Elizabeth Warren apologize and drinking Elizabeth Warren says she would pay for eight billion of it with private insurers money in the rescue says she would take from the wealthier that can't happen on paper you can't tax them enough to find twelve trillion dollars it's impossible in any way shape or form so as we go to break the votes today you have health care for all worn for burning we have trump today the both today with all the piece was left out there the votes today if trump we have Elizabeth Warren or burning careful more taxes for you which candidate you both for
More Signs Point To An Economic Slowdown In The U.S.
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society. Washington DC does your wealth manager measure up a CFA charter holder. Does they have the investment expertise to unlock opportunities? Other advisers might not see learn more at the right question dot org. There are some more signs this morning that the US economy is slowing down a new survey of business. Economists shows many of lowered their forecasts for economic growth this year. The Federal Reserve is also signaling a slowdown after a lackluster jobs report. And also some indications that both consumers and businesses are cutting back on spending. Let's talk with through with Scott Horsely. Who's with me either? Scott good morning so start with this this survey of of a communist and whites important. Yeah. It was conducted by the national association for business economics, which is a group of forecasters at work in a variety of industries and keep an eye on the economy as a group they are now predicting growth this year of just two point one percent down from just over three percent. Sent last year. And while that might not sound like a huge difference to hit if we're talking about twenty trillion dollar economy. Use different is a lot of money. We're talking about this also signals less confidence in the outlook than the group was showing just three months ago. They were already anticipating some tapping the brakes. Now, they expect that slowdown to be more. Pronounced jet. Kleinhans is with the national retail federation. He helped with the survey together our survey in a nutshell says that the Connie's momentum will moderate in twenty nineteen and perhaps considered it an inflection point going forward largely in part due to what the panelists believe trade policy. And a global slowdown is the primary reasons for the slower growth now, David we shouldn't overstate this. The forecasters are not anticipating a recession this year. But they definitely think three percent growth is in the rear view mirror and the economy is decelerating not picking up steam, and what about the fed? I mean, we always look at the fed every little tiny move or any? Thing they do that might suggest something about the economy. Do they seem to the fed lowered its own forecast for economic growth there? Also now predicting two point one percent this year. That's the kind of sluggish growth. We experienced for much of the last decade and fed chairman Jerome Powell pointed to some of the same caution flags that the NABC forecasters did he also talked about slower consumer spending. Although he said that could rebound since we do still have very low unemployment and workers have been getting somewhat better paychecks. Are we seeing some of these concerns play out on the stock market at this point? Yeah. The Dow tumbled about four hundred sixty points last Friday or one point eight percent, the S and P five hundred was down by a similar amount. And last week the bond market, flashed a warning sign ordinarily, David the yield or the interest rate on long term government debt is higher than the yield on short-term treasury bills, but Duke University finance professor Campbell Harvey said on Friday that ordinary pattern was flipped on its head. We don't see that occurred that often, but. But when it does it's almost always bad news. In fact, the last time it happened was two thousand seven just before the great recession now again Harvey's not predicting recession right now. But the fact that these rates are even close to each other is another indicator of slowing growth. So I mean for people don't follow this that closely Scott like or the or the I mean, it's been a pretty strong economy, or these just some cracks that might be small signs of trouble or or showed, you know. Should we really be getting worried here? It certainly suggests that the strong growth we saw in twenty eighteen is was a short-term blip. And that we are now seeing some slow down on the positive side David e actually raised its forecast a little bit for job growth this year. And if that pans out it could be good news because when you get faster economic growth is you hire more people and Scott Horsely correspondent on NPR's business, Scott. Thanks good to be with you, David. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the economic development authority of Fairfax county, Virginia where one in four jobs are in technology sectors. And where nearly sixty percent of adults have college degrees. More details at Fairfax county, EDA dot org.
Dancing On The Debt Ceiling
"The debt ceiling hasn't always existed. It wasn't always a thing for a very long time. In fact, for more than a century whenever the US treasury department needed money to pay the country's bills. It would go to congress and just ask for whatever amount it needed for whatever funding it needed. Susan arriving is a senior adviser at the government accountability office. She specializes in debt prior to World War. One literally treasury would come to the congress and saying I need to borrow money for X. I say, okay, you can borrow this. But that sort of overwhelming in something world, we're ones upon you. And the congress is Ratu spend its time focusing on the war. Oh, yeah. Sure. And you're in a lot of money. So the debt ceiling was awaited delegate the right to borrow two treasury. So that it would do it in the most professional way possible. So congress would set the budget, it would allot X amount to defense X amount to infrastructure, everything in the budget, and then treasury would come to congress and save. Okay. Taxes and other revenues will cover most of these bills, but not all of the bills. And so in order to pay for everything we want everything that congress has said it's going to spend money on we have to borrow some of the money and treasury with Ed need to get Congress's permission to do exactly that to borrow the money needed to pay for the rest of the bills the bills that are not covered by taxes. We borrow that money, but issuing treasury securities bills notes bonds if you buy your grandchild out of a savings bond. You've just went the federal government money last year the debt ceiling past twenty trillion dollars for the first time in history with a t that is just a lot of money. And the reason the US can keep taking on debt is because those treasury bonds have become such a hot product on the global market. They're considered super safe investments. Susan says everybody loves US bonds. We keep selling our debt to the world. And the world keeps buying those treasury. Securities are backed by the full, faith and credit of the United States. They are traditionally considered the safest security in the world. The quivalent of cash in terms of its ability to be used around the world that debt means that the United States can spend more money than it takes in and taxes. And sometimes it means that the US economy can grow faster than it. Otherwise would have. So like take this analogy, let's say that you want to buy a house, and you have a certain amount of cash, so you could buy say a small house, but you have a good job, you're reliable. So you could make mortgage payments reliably, no problems. So you take out debt, and that means you can now buy a nicer house than if you just bought that first house with cash, which brings us back to the debt ceiling so in order to fund all of the spending that congress just laid out in the budget. It just past the treasury will need congress to raise the debt ceiling to twenty two trillion dollars. And that is today's indicator twenty two trillion dollars now the US officially hits its debt limit tomorrow March. I don. Freak out treasury still has some cash on hand and can pay all of its bills through the summer at least still starting tomorrow. Congress really needs to raise the debt ceiling to twenty two trillion dollars. So everyone can breathe easy. And everyone knows that we're paying our bills and all that good stuff. And so the question is will congress in fact, do that will it raise the debt ceiling, and the reason that the Senator was asking fed chair Drome pal about the debt ceiling is that there could be a fight about it. Which is weird right because treasury is asking congress for the money to pay for the things. Congress just ordered on the budget. It just approved you think congress would just wave this through gratefully, but often that isn't the case raising the debt ceiling has become part of the sort of budget theater battle in recent years. And so now, there's this threat that the treasury will say, hey, guys, we need the debt ceiling to be raised to twenty two trillion dollars. So that we can borrow the money to pay for all the stuff that you yourself. Just order just bought and that congress it self because of. Internal political. Squabbles will say no that possibility keeps you up at night the debt. Limit is in after the fact measure after you've already had spent more than the revenues raise. Right. You've already like ordered all the drinks consumed all the drink now that you're looking at the bar tab. You've decided tough leans, right, which we can't do what would happen. Well, as Powell said, it's just inconceivable. So wait what happens if the US defaults or doesn't pay? I can't imagine. I mean, I really can't really, you know, I really like so bad like it is so bad. I
Shutdown Had Little Impact on Strong Jobs Picture
"Partial government shutdown did not slow down. Hiring in the month of January US employers added at three hundred four thousand jobs last month, the most in nearly a year KCBS anchor STAN Bunger Sisli header spoke about this with Ryan sweet director of real time economics for Moody's analytics to learn why the partial government shutdown didn't seem to slow down hiring in the month of January. The government shutdown have any effect on the unemployment numbers. And and the number of jobs added on a number of jobs. Added. It didn't the furloughed workers received back pay and we're not occurred. The feel counters workers as employees so the three hundred four thousand was not affected by the partial government shutdown even not only the direct effect of the furlough workers. But the spillover effects were were very very small. You'll see any evidence that you had an enormous impact on private contractors were hiring in leisure. Things like that. Now, the rose partially because of the government shutdown to identifying rates calculated in a household survey, and the survey of sixty thousand households and to be counted those people that were furloughed as being temporarily unemployed, and that's why they don't play rate went from three point nine percent. Two to four percent in January is it possible that will be another month before all of this shakes out, and we really have a clear picture of what did or didn't happen during the shutdown? That'd be Evans is pretty clear that the shutdown didn't have any normal impact on on the US economy, and you can see the jobs data. Unemployment insurance benefits. Now, the shutdown really was disruptive to those that were affected were furloughed by a lot of financial strain. But we have a twenty trillion dollar Konami partial government shutdown would have to go on for a long period of time to to really have any impact on on the economy. I think fortunately, we did Dr bullet with the shutdown ended just in time. I thirty five governor down by we'll save a couple of times off first quarter GDP growth, you know. It's it's a not enormous but ended right before the IRS is going to start issuing tax refunds now. Tax three were delayed the economic costs become non linear increase substantially, and it's the shutdown dragged until March in food stamps were issued the the economic costs increase even more for their that was Moody's analytics economist Ryan
Shutdown cost economy about $3 billion, new report projects
"Fox news. Nonpartisan report says the economy did take a hit from the shutdown. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill in the five weeks. The partial government shutdown went on three billion dollars were lost and economic growth. It won't be recovered. According to a new report by the Congressional Budget Office. That's a huge figuring attorney twenty trillion dollar economy. But CBO director Keith hall explains a lengthier shutdown could mean a bigger hit. And we have investor confidence. This lasted long enough. We could actually see an impact on investment
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of the economy now, and I think part of that is that we have moved along our policy is part of the reason why the economy's in such a good place right now, we have three point seven percent unemployment economy's growing at three percent. That's all we hear every day. We're in such a good place. How can be in a good place. When the governor's that worth is a negative twenty trillion dollars. How can you be in such good place interest on our national debt in two thousand seventeen was two hundred and thirty six billion. We're going to be at four hundred twenty five billion this year. The national debt is growing thirty percent faster than they can grow the economy. And he said they're in a good place. The national debt has grown her and three hundred and twenty three percent since two thousand eight. That's from nine trillion to twenty one trillion. What are you nuts? How? So that is rising sixty percent faster than anybody's wages as you said you go back and check in check with the withholding tax. They'll show you improved. You that wages that same house? They were forty years ago adjusted for inflation also every one dollar the government takes an intact review. They spend two bucks matter of fact, more than that. Two thousand six cents and they borrow forty percent of all the money. They spend you think that's a good place. If this was your household. I was talking about you'd be following bankruptcy. The budget deficit that's been exit. That's nuts. Exceeding our tax income by forty percent. How can you have a budget deficit when you're spending more than you're taking in by forty percent and say you're in a good place. Consumers. They never had substance death slaves. They have historic revolving debt four trillion between a credit cards auto loans student loans. When they say that. But here's the thing. We are in a great position. So when the market does correct and the market will correct. It's only been again, it's been a pause because of the stock buybacks so that the one hundred of the one percent, these are the very very wealthy. These are the people who make twenty eight million dollars a year who have an average net worth the thirteen billion. The same thing happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine they were able to put off the crash. By doing stock buybacks. And that meant that everybody in the country was worse for it. Because everything was getting worse. But people didn't see it because like nineteen twenty nine like do today. They take parking space in your head thinking, you sit on the world's longest stupid bench. They point to oh look at the stock market. Look how good you're doing. It's interesting Sanders. Bernie Sanders is a communist. I mean, this guy's unbelievable. He goes to WalMart, and he says the WalMart. He'd pushed down is passing a law. Right. One father September that's going to pass that would block stock buybacks. Now, how do you fight that they've been they've been doing stock buybacks WalMart as a trillion dollars over a trillion dollars a year? Now, none of that benefit other stock buybacks ever go to their employees maverick the benefits doesn't even go to the company or their employees or to the economy. It goes to the CEO's pockets and the biggest shareholders. So he said, look, I'm going to stop this unless you raise your minimum wage to fifteen dollars, which the feds have raised their minimum wage for ten years. That's been stuck for ten years or seven and a quarter. Now, I'm not for raising minimum wage. But how do you argue that? How do you argue that as much as I? Like, Bernie Sanders socialist policies, that's a hard thing to argue matter of fact of timbre when he filed for the passage of this law Amazon comes out, there's oh and also he goes and raises his is wages to fifteen dollars an hour for his people because he wanted to just how could he argue it? So he decided I'll I'll jump in front of it. I'll jump in front of it. So how can people be in a good place? How could be in a good place. Seventy percent of our people working. Working from paycheck to paycheck. So the CEO's their compensation, and this is what Bernie Sanders saying is they're going to cap it. So there is no more than one hundred and fifty times the media pay for all the workers. It's now three hundred thirty three percent. So they're gonna cap back to one this is bad. But it's hard to argue. It isn't it? It's hard to argue it because what they're doing is the one hundredth of one percent. And the one percent tile they've gotten so greedy. They kept the stock market going for ten years another but lies in fraud. And and like Trump's at another big fat ugly bubble doing all these stock buybacks free money, no interest. This is all coming to an end. Now the government. How can you argue with thing about this? The government spends five trillion or seven hundred twenty million a day or thirty two million per hour on the Afghan and Iraq Iraqi war since two thousand one. One that cost each American twenty four thousand dollars. Now that equals an average down payment on a house or car or one year paying for your college education. Now, unfortunately, the average American if you went out in the streets, and you know, you paid forty four thousand dollars for the war. There's no I didn't involve me. Don't get me involved. I'm not paying nothing what they don't realize is their food cost of going through the rough. The course you pay for you pay. You don't you don't they don't send you a Bill. They should send the Bill. They should send the Bill out. Everybody say you got to send us a check by twenty four by twenty twenty four thousand dollars for hours. We're gonna put you in jail. You wanna see people who revolt? That's why they they don't do that. They should have started the first president of this country. Every time we spent more money than we took in. They should have sent out a Bill to everybody. And so you got to pay your fair share. So we never have these deficits. Can you imagine? If we didn't have a twenty one trillion dollar deficit, which is the aggregate of all the presidents. Do they spent more money they took in? We would have you imagine. How fantastic things would be in this country..
Suspect arrested in Kentucky after police find 'detailed plan of attack'
"The twenty year old suspect Dylan Djibril was taken into custody in Kentucky where police Commissioner. Rick Sanders said the suspect had it in his mind to go to schools and create havoc drill is accused of threatening schools into Kentucky counties. State police say they found the suspect and possession of a detailed plan of attack along with a gun were two hundred rounds of ammunition a bulletproof vest and a one hundred round high capacity magazine. I'm Barbara Kusak. The national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars. What happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value? Some experts say another crashes coming you can fight this now
Doug Jones predicts Kavanaugh nomination moves forward after accusation
"Democrats says cabinet confirmation should not be delayed. USA's? Rick Vincent has more. The FBI has confirmed it received unspecified information about supreme court nominee. Brett cabinet last week. Senator Doug Jones of Alabama tells C N N's the state of the union of yellow Gatien's involving sexual misconduct from his high school days are serious. It should have been brought up at least behind closed doors. I mean, it's a really serious allegation. It's the same time. It's a very difficult situation. When you got alligators like this, very sensitive allegations that are important and you want to respect the wishes of a victim as well. As be fair to the people the person that's being accused Jones says it would not be good practice. If US supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh Senate confirmation process was further delayed over the anonymous delegation of sexual misconduct for
Papa John, Cowboys and Jerry Jones discussed on America in the Morning
"Dot com meteorologist Heather zehr. Has your Thursday forecast the heat is. Still going to be ongoing on the west coast for today, we're looking for another, hot day even up into the, northwest we've seen temperatures above ninety degrees in Seattle for the last several days and it's. Likely to hit ninety once again for this afternoon temperatures are going to be in triple digits throughout the. Central valley of California and all the way up into Oregon and will probably have some triple digit heat in interior sections of Washington as well as you head further inland into the mountains though you will start to have some more clouds around, there also, can be, some stormy weather then as you get to the east slopes of the mountains some showers, and thunderstorms including a possibility of heavy rainfall and we'll. See some flooding downpours and perhaps gusty winds, with those storms as they form we'll have some showers Scattered around. The, Great Lakes as well and a. Front extends back across the plains may. Also have some thunderstorms firing up this afternoon that can bring downpours and gusty. Winds those are going to be most likely across a swath. Of land from northwestern Ohio back across Indiana and Illinois and intimacy hurry, along the east coast we do still have some lingering moisture, as well we'll continue to have rainy weather for Maine and eastern portions of doing land and some showers and thunderstorms from the Outer Banks on down into Florida and that's the weather across America in Boston today variable clouds with a couple of, showers and a thunderstorm will have a high of eighty. Two and in Denver Colorado heavy storms. For this afternoon high eighty that's the nation's weather I'm Accu, weather dot com meteorologist, Heather zehr just seven degrees off, the hottest temperature ever officially recorded in North America one hundred twenty seven a death valley. California yesterday thirty one At west Yellowstone Montana This is. America in the morning it's seventeen after I'm John, trout Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is holding his ground corresponding Clayton Neville says Jones is, not backing down on his stance on. The national anthem and says the team won't distance itself from Papa John's during, the annual state of the team address at training camp and Oxnard California Jones said the Cowboys have a policy in place that. Requires players to stand as, far as the Dallas Cowboys are concerned you know. Where I stand our team knows where I stand on the issue the NFL implemented a new policy in may, that requires players on the field to stay in during the. Anthem but gives them the choice to stay in the locker room the policy is currently on hold while the league has ongoing conversations about it with the players association and onto another controversial topic in response. To the use of a racial slur by the founder of Papa John's, Jones said some teams that have cut ties with the pizza. Chain don't have the same relationship that the Cowboys have with Papa John's business in Texas. And the bottom line is that The, Cowboys in our relationships we own those. Stores not it's not an endorsement Jones said his team is established a unique. Connection with Papa John's our Cowboys are big face of Papa John's and that was one that hick that state that judgment is. Wanted by what we've done, over the last fifteen years with Papa John's that's. Very unfortunate that that's being addressed unfortunately for the company and unfortunate for John I'm sure if he could do, it over again he'd like do overs Jones said he literally. Has thousands of people who work in the Papa John's stores and reiterated that the team won't cut any ties I'm Clayton Neville also in sports veteran guard Vince Carter's coming back for his twenty first NBA. Season Carter's agreed to a one year deal with the Atlanta Hawks he's, the league's oldest player at forty one years old in major. League baseball with a four zip win the Cleveland Indians And the Pittsburgh Pirates eleven game win streak nineteen passed Facebook stock nosedive when America in the morning returns after these messages The national debt. Is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next, rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another, crashes coming you can, fight, this,.
Europe fears it occupies a special place in 'Trump hell
"Seven by dell tensions between the trump administration in europe are reaching a fever pitch a head of next month nato summit correspondent elise lab reports a senior european officials said there is trump's hell where nato is as bad as nafta in e worse than china what the official was really feing is that president trump is looking to all these alliances not as these bedrocks of us leadership and foreign policy but in very transactional terms and president trump's narrative is that these nato countries not only are flee thing america in terms of trade but they're free riders in terms of defense spending you as consumers increase their spending by just two tenths of a percent in may the commerce department says that the tiny rise was the poor showings in spending it fallen one tenth of a percent in february the weaker reading could raise questions about the extent of economic growth overall in the current april quarter i'm barbara kusak the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another crashes coming you can fight this now with.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Number of people actually use steel and aluminum which right now there's a terrapin place on this you think about the size of the us economy it's about twenty trillion dollars the steel and aluminum imports in the united states about altogether about twenty added also twenty billion the market's already factored in the tariffs it's already built into the market the market's very strong the fundamentals of the market going forward or extremely strong for corporate america in for medium and smallsized companies i so i i think people are over blowing the effect of these these tariffs on americans gifts given the it's it's it's a very small percentage of our overall our overall economy maybe and and look i know some of these big trade agreement that get done that aren't really always just about free market there's always i think idea that they they help the big big corporations at the expense of the marketplace maybe some of that there's well so i'm for free market i'm for i'm for the growing economy that we have right now the president trump and i've been i've been very pleased in a year and a half at the president's been in all have been accomplished yeah we're going to collapse claps larry summers so we're gonna have a recession by now great man growing point nine percent unemployment lowest it's ever been and then on the foreign policy side you know out of the iran deal the creators have met the hostages come home to embassies in jerusalem gorsuch on the court by any any definition it's been an amazing year and a half of course you would if you watch cnn you would know any that you gotta watch laura ingraham show on fox to know all those good things but but it's been an amazing year and a half and frankly the only thing congress has been involved in is really the tax cut everything else has been the president and i think i think congress has got a congress always always always gone on the global side of the question on these big trade deals and they make mistakes i mean your state was hollowed out by the stupid deals and nafta and in china joining the wto we lost millions of belt jobs over the years as these factories moved overseas and.
Will Bill Cosby Go to Prison? What Experts Think
"Now there's a lot to talk about tonight the cosby verdict of course not hearing a lot of naysayers on that one but should eight eight year old bill cosby go to prison for his crimes that's our twitter poll tonight at lars larson shows where you find it i would say yes he should go to prison i would also say that i don't think he's going to go to prison because i think that the appeals are going to last for the rest of his life and i have a feeling he will not spend another day in prison i mentioned this idea that has come from a democratic presidential hopeful a young man andrew yang an american entrepreneur and the founder of venture for america he wants to give a thousand dollars a month to all citizens between the ages of eighteen and sixty four it's called universal basic income and i think it's a terrible idea i think it is a debilitating idea finland in fact experimented with universal basic income they are now walking away from the proposal or not walking away from their practice of it it doesn't work and andrew yang somehow things that it would that this proposal which would cost roughly two trillion dollars a year to put that in perspective the entire output of the united states all goods and services totals about twenty trillion dollars a year universal basic income would take ten percent of the entire output of the united states and handed to somebody merely for waking up and drawing breath that's it he says the size of our economy is now nineteen trillion a year it's almost twenty it's grown by four trillion in the last ten years we can easily afford a thousand dollars a month per citizen now can you imagine what it would take to take the federal budget because this is where it would have to come from an increase it from four trillion dollars a year to six trillion dollars a year plus of.
Hero customer rushes Waffle House killer and rips away his assault-style rifle
"Remove any leans the they're looking for the suspect praising a man who stopped the rampage in telling us about the victims of this morning shootings at a waffle house new nashville that claimed four lives all of the victims are in their twenty taurean sandra lynn joe perez akilah silva and nursing twenty one year old woman from gallatin tennessee authorities are still working on notifying her family that she passed away in the shooting correspondent diane gallagher in nashville for twenty twenty nine year old suspect travis ranking remains at large the man who tackled the suspect inside the waffle house is being praised as a hero but james shaw junior says he was just trying to save himself it will be a busy week at the white house president trump welcomes french president mccrone tomorrow and hosts a state dinner for him tuesday on friday german chancellor angela merkel will visit the oval office and on friday elsewhere the presidents of north and south korea meet for the first time which might pave the way for a us north korea summit i'm richard johnson that is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another crashes coming you can fight this.
Conor McGregor posts $50,000 bail, released after arraignment
"Bond set at fifty thousand dollars for ufc star conor mcgregor who is facing charges in new york connected to a bus rampage ultimate fighting champion conor mcgregor found himself before a new york city judge friday to answer for his alleged attack the night before in an incident caught on cell phone video a man who police as mcgregor chases after a bus carrying other ufc fighters and throws dali at it smashing a window to fighters were hurt in the attack and we're forced to withdraw from saturday nights ufc two twenty three the irish fighter allegedly had an issue with one of the men slated to compete for the lightweight title mcgregor held that title until he was stripped of it this week because last ufc fight was more than a year ago it was only the sixth rain out at the nineteen year old at and t park in san francisco as the giants dodgers game had to be rescheduled due to heavy rains barbara kusak the national debt is now twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another other crashes coming you can fight this now with stocks or bonds but with gold and silver coins in an ira from augusta precious metals call eight five five eight five eight five eight zero seven.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is a nother disagreeing email that came in from los angeles and from theran in los angeles who i know is a fairly regular caller to the show racists love to wax poetic on how you love dr king but you don't talk about obama in those terms well no of course not dr king didn't grow gdp a record forty five percent to eighteen point five trillion or create twenty five million new public and private sector jobs king didn't give ninety five percent of working americans affordable healthcare cure ebola aids zeke a virus king didn't give middle class working families at three hundred billion dollar tax cut pay off twenty trillion dollars in debt what obama didn't pay off twenty trillion dollars in debt and end ddt ncnb and sign the lily ledbetter equal pay act james byrd matthew shepard hate crimes act or the two thousand ten prison reform act king didn't end combat operations in iraq or afghanistan he didn't kill osama bin laden or seventy five percent of isis after they were promoted from jv after he killed off al qaeda and the taliban king didn't protect article five of the voting rights act or successfully challenged gerrymandering never heard king belt out a perfect rendition of al green so in love with you but i guess obama's father wasn't wants a republican and obama wouldn't let you punk racist kill him you don't want to also add about president obama walking on water and helping the blind to see and the lame to walk i mean good grief or was obama truly one of the greatest human beings who ever lived it's disagreement day on the medved show.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Well every obviously different it's fantastic and you sit here and you listen to these two men and i'll will tell you it's consistent across the country and you talk about these major issues you don't know if you talk to republican because mayors are just about solving the problem that that's what we did we we we we solve problems we saw them differently than twenty eighteen that we might have twenty years ago but what you here's your depth of experience from experience state policy makers and local policymakers who just about getting the job done i want setback just for about twenty seconds to your previous question asked mei mei turner eighty five percent of all the people in this country live in cities and metropolitan economies eighty nine percent of all jobs ninety one percent of america's nearly twenty trillion dollars gdp is created in cities and metropolitan economies may boasted gdp larger than that of the country of sweden francis suarez miami has a larger gdp in hong kong okay i mean we're we're talking about about the mayor's that we have out here this week maine are facing with the tech community represent ten percent of america's gdp i mean i mean in in one room so wouldn't we go to washington as long as of saying when we go to washington and we're talking about repatriating tax dollars back home because that's what we're talking about this this is not going to washington asking for money to come back to save houston houston sent that money that washington's winner talking about asking tallahassee to send money back to miami miami is driving the florida economy i mean so we're talking about how do you make smart investments and now while we're here we're talking about how do you how do you invest in true urban resilience that helps us respond to recover from but even more importantly how do we start using this incredible focus on i mean this we're in this in this bubble of northern california right here we're talking about the bill us real real data and predictive analytics and and just the what can we start doing together to help us all make smarter strategic investments on the front end to help prepare for amherst mont these things on on the back end but it's important to note that the resources as i had to tell a senator from another southern state just.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Well every states obviously different it's fantastic and you sit here and you listen to these two men and i'll tell you it's consistent across the country and you talk about these major issues you don't know if you're talking to republican mayors are just about solving the problem that that's what we we we we we solve problems we saw them differently in twenty eighteen and we might have twenty years ago but what you here here's you hear depth of experience from experience state policy makers and local policymakers who just about getting the job done i want setback just for about twenty seconds to your previous question asked may may attorney eighty five percent of all the people in this country live in cities and metropolitan economies eighty nine percent of all jobs ninety one percent of america's nearly twenty trillion dollars gdp is created in cities and metropolitan economies may attorney boasted gdp larger than that of the country of sweden francis suarez miami has a large gps in hong kong okay i mean i mean we're we're talking about about the mayor's that we have out here this week interfacing with the tech community represent ten percent america's gdp i mean in in one room so when we go to washington as long way of saying when we go to washington and we're talking about repatriating tax dollars back home because that's what we're talking about this this is not going to washington asking for money to come back to save houston houston sent that money that washington's a winner talking about asking tallahassee to send money back to miami miami is driving the florida economy i mean so we're talking about how do you make smart investments and now while we're here we're talking about how do you how do you invest in true urban resilience that helps us respond to recover from but even more importantly how do we start using this incredible focus on i mean this we're in this in this bubble of northern california right here we're talking about the bill us real real data and predictive analytics and just the what can we start doing together to help us all make smarter strategic investments on the front end to help prepare for amherst mont these things on on the back end but it's important to.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's fantastic and you sit here and you listen to these two men and i'll tell you it's consistent across the country and you talk about these major issues you don't know if you're talking to republican 'cause mayors are just about sovereign the problem that that's what we we solve problems we saw them differently in twenty eighteen and we might have twenty years ago but would you here here's you hear a depth of experience from experience state policy makers and local policymakers who just about getting the job done i want setback just for about twenty seconds to your previous question asked mayor mayor turner eighty five percent of all the people in this country live in cities and metropolitan economies eighty nine percent of all jobs ninety one percent of america's nearly twenty trillion dollars gdp crean cities and metropolitan economies military boasted gdp larger than that of the country of sweden francis suarez miami has a large gps in hong kong okay i mean i mean we're we're talking about about the mayor's that we have out here this week interfacing with the tech community represent ten percent of america's gdp i mean i mean in one room so wouldn't you saying we go to washington as long way of saying well we go to washington and we're talking about repatriating tax dollars back home because that's what we're talking about this is not going to washington asking for money to come back to save houston houston sent that money that washington's winter talking about asking tallahassee to send money back to miami miami is driving the florida konami i mean so we're talking about how do you make smarter investments and now while we're here we're talking about how do you how do you invest in true urban resilience that helps us respond to in recover from but even more importantly how do we start using this incredible focus on this we're in this in this bubble in northern california right here we're talking about the bill us real real data and predictive analytics in the worst can we start doing together to help us all make smarter strategic investments on the fronted to help prepare for amherst mont these things on on the back but it's important to note that the resources i as i had to tell a senator from another southern state just a few months ago.
Tom Brady smokes Stephen Colbert in beer chugging contest
"Legal tampering has really overshadowed the biggest nfl news of the day and that was tom brady slamming a beer on national tv last night i know i'm shocked as you are that's a sentence i never thought that i would say but it did happen last night on the late show who stephen colbert in after seeing that you may as well give cold bear another ami another peabody as well as a pulitzer and a nobel prize because that was one of the most amazing things i've ever seen he is so good at his job he made brady look comfortable and normal because brady in those situations typically is neither in one side note do you people have that little trust in ham or wanna hate on tom brady so much that you've got a call fake on that beer dead he would even cheat it's something like that come on give this guy some credit i'm jim rome the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another crashes coming you can fight this not with stocks.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Than twenty trillion dollars over the next quartercentury to meet rising demand for oil and gas this is physically the size of the us economy and we have already lost one trillion dollar orphan fiszman since the latest downturn this tagging amount will only come if interests that are convinced that all you'll be allowed to compete on a level playing field that oil is what is so much more and that oil is here for the future see you bull future this is why we must push back on the idea that the world can do without proof in and reliable sources we must challenge mistaken assumption about the speed with which a tentatives binitie markets and leave people in no doubt that miss these notions of oil demand and ended resources dieting slid to an orderly energy transition and energy security some strong words there from the ceo of saudi aramco and he has he heard correctly no update on where and when they will lists the stake in saudi aramco oil than on the pressure as we speak off the back of well forecasted inventories in the united states the those are said to have expanded last week and then of course you have the other part of the double whammy which is the ongoing anxiety around an escalation of tariffs that show you some of the volatility in oil does specifically with this show it right here on bloomberg space amtrak btv space six three to one we'll volatility is near 2014 low the to line in the white than you line and blue is your well generic wti futures line bearer of course that this is pretty much the lowest it's been since opec began talks on on curbs all the way back in this one of the key goals of opec and nonopec opec plus opec 20 whatever you want to call it is to reduce the kind of price volatility in futures and at that metric with benchmark actually succeeded tape preview what's up next we'll talk about uk gonna rolling out the red carpet for saudi arabia's crown prince we found out what's on the agenda what's at stake this is bloomberg from.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"History of economic thought at liberty at the liberty classroom history begin on thought bob murphy points out four arguments about why this idea of the deaths not a big deal is actually a big deal and the fortune was is that we don't over there so we to ourselves we actually overthrew to foreign government and that government debt government debt fund funds government spending which contains resources that could otherwise be used more efficiently in the in the private sector so this is the first two reasons but when you get to the third and fourth before run out are missing ultimately that debt that we currently have the twenty twenty trillion plus him a there's all sorts of numbers depending on whether you add in state local federal you add in the pensions you and everything bush's use the figure of twenty twenty trillion dollars ultimately that debt must be paid by taxation because that's the only we'll she didn't get the money an taxation itself distorts the system and makes us poorer if people want to discourage the use of gasoline they pass the gas tax if you don't like sugary photos they pass a soda tax the same cigarettes alcohol everything i was thinking about that i had a meeting this morning i'm driving down the interstate and i'm just thinking about hell everything is taxed yard long ago a unsafest tangent for later but in the back of your mind i want you to start thinking about what do you own i bet you think you on your on your home i bet you think you'll your call her a bet you think you own a lot of things that you don't own and you don't own those things because of government taxation we even tax investment emily tax investment gains that means there is less investment these activities still happen of course just people still smoke and drink we still use gasoline we still drink will i don't believe you do drink sugary drinks but there is less of it on the margins some people depending upon how much disposable income they her of.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KKAT
"Missed some you you find groups like the american manufacturers association come in and and estimate that it costs us about two and a half trillion with eighteen dollars annually competitive enterprise institute comes in a little lighter than that about one point nine trillion in their estimate so no reasonable people are coming in a round that two trillion dollar mark and in to keep fighting perspective the american economy is roughly twenty trillion dollars so we're looking at about a ten percent added surcharge when we add in the total cost to regulation so it's not even significant um your second question is an interesting one why is it that we don't seem to notice and i you know essentially this gets added in those as a tax um so we treated in our minds i suspect much the same way that we treat things like sales tax you look at the price you figure well that's the price there's gonna be a little added extra to that later but the government's gonna take um we just make peace with it move on but the cost to actually is quite high james and that's just federal costs that does even come into state and local and other things like that but you off court but too often i hear people talk about regulated versus unregulated markets and i come from the perspective where markets are always regulated what are you what are your thoughts on that we are no i i agree with that and we have to take a broader view of what regulations really is i think the better terminology huge here is restricted an unrestricted market short so some some markets are deeply restricted by the government others not so much but all markets so regulated where it because wherever human beings are involved you're gonna see some kind of regulation emerge justin look the the way we do business with one another the way we treat and deal with one another and i mean a real cheap used the example that we could throw out there are things like the readings that we put on on various markets right so you take an uber you bring your driver you drive reach you that's a form of regulation it's an orderly costliest form except for the few seconds of time that you involved with um with.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jerry jay jay hold on hold on j we don't make speeches we do conversation you what is our our current federal debt i've several several clinton i don't have to know how many how much i don't fifty prepretty i'd better i have no idea hook at kent we'll let me if i could just give you a little tutorial uh is in that with bill clinton left office in 2000 our federal debt was five trillion dollars george bush doubled that debt to ten trillion dollars barack obama doubled that debt to twenty trillion dollars will you very concerned was it we you concerned i won't cry learn in london will you concerned when president obama double the debt yes new worker bye bye bye but if you will only of bailouts elham odors and an bail out the automobile industry and what i obviously bell for banking system that was corrupts by by making them too big to fail linked too big to fail here's the thing on on on the trump tax plan is going to benefit from it i mentioned a lot of work is blue collar workers uh i'm not going to benefit from an ongoing to pay more taxes jay we know that needs of the that is going to the top 1 percent eighty percent of the tax cut is going through the trump won crushed not true but that's if you wanna go he wanted to believe that that's fine that's not true and the same people that are you know burying money in hayman island accounts and not paying their taxes here they've benefiting the coq rub this because the great the.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KGO 810
"The big caveat is that this may not be as bad i'm reading may not be as bad as everybody thinks it is and the reason being is because not eight not as many people bought insurance because the mandate as as was anticipated there are a lot of people who just at forget it all just pay the penalty so it may not be as bad in um let only on okay but a lot of those people from the advocates i talk to that because of the medicaid expansion and the money give him the states the former medicaid programs but this probably is the most catastrophic because at all of repeal of obamacare okay now let's talk about medical has been so paul ryan has indicated that he is now going to use the fact that they just added one point five trillion dollars to his debt to go all guys we have to do something about medicaid medicare because the debts too high and they're going to go after that had the first of the year oh you talk about people switzerlandsized almost by republicans a voice public deficit and debt hawks and yet blaming the democrats were running up twenty trillion dollars a national debt and now on tariffs you had democrat found that flight knowhow any the debt by about one point but if every public killed by the way for pay for a complete reversal uh let me read you was the gist that we're looking at an a possible government shutdown is it going to happen i will say no up and there would be a disaster what's the republicans down a little juicer most they thought he passed a major piece of legislation and it's going to have a positive effect at least in the short term of millions and billions of people if they do something foolish like what a government shutdown i take a completely obliterated any more penalty just gate today and ask you this do you see this i mean it's it's clearly of a win for donald trump but the do you see this as a turning point in his presidency ours pull numbers going to skyrocket above fifty percent or you know politics is oone of hit on sunday lately built goes yeah he death tax reform path haski of course was frozen ostensibly the american public but a full back in march and april and may if people.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Pending double the national debt to twenty trillion dollars why all the drive by media cheered him on but suddenly they're angry about a rising deficit now that many americans are about to keep more of their own money instead of sending it to washington the post claims that people will have reduced access to health care but they failed to tell the truth about that so i will the republican tax bill repeals the obamacare mandate americans will no longer be forced to buy health insurance they can't afford and don't want the post also complains the tax bill will hurt democrat states more than republicans say they don't say why so i will it's because blue states are high tech states until now the residents have been subsidised unfairly allowed to deduct their local and state taxes now democrats are run those states won't be able to hide the crew cost of their taxes and they're spending so no senate republicans have not failed governing the washington post has failed honest journalism rush limbaugh this morning at ten on six seventy kboi over recently announced that databreach affecting some fifty seven million passengers in half a million of their drivers folks it's yet another prime example of why you need to take steps to get protection be among the millions who trust their identity protection lifelock lifelock uses proprietary technology to detect if your personal information is being used by thieves if there is a problem one of their identity restoration agents will work with you until it's fixed now no one can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses but rest assured lifelock has been helping people come out of a bright side of identity theft for over a decade join today fox planned started just nine ninety.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That the passage of this socalled budget will lead the way to tax cuts i'm glad about that but i'm not really all that cited because it's really a sham the fact that now budgets are considered mere procedural moves to get toward tax cuts or the next thing because of you to do this in such a way that could write in language so if they could pass the tax cuts in a reconciliation so that means basically the damage crafts can't filibuster it 'cause that was the main reason budget through but meanwhile nobody talked about the things that are important about the budget or we got a passenger in order to pass it so we can pass the next thing i would that's nothing but nobody was talking about the fact that the government is twenty trillion dollars in debt somebody tell me how you have a discussion about the next budget where no one is concerned about the fact that we are presently twenty trillion dollars in rising indect how do you have a conversation and if you pass the budget were that is part of the conversation then eric von haessler is not going to be dancing in the streets there's language in there and supposedly they gonna cut one this that they seem to be overly out not overly optimistic but it's somewhat optimistic about getting some tax nobody is out there saying this economy's going to grow so much we're going to swallow up twenty trillion dollars in debt true which basically what happened in the nineties the internet explosion we were i think six or seven trillion dollars in debt which seemed unimaginable a pay down and the internet explosion was so big that basically this isn't the economic term but in the end if you look backward it's sort of swallowed up the debt well this twenty trillion dollars debt there's nothing coming long that's going to make the economy explode so much that you go to swallow twenty trillion dollars in debt i want tax cuts i want them on a moral plane but they have to be paid for by cutting the size of government what happened to that part of conservatism it's seems to be gone you know there's a whole lot of conservatism that wants.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Ottawa iowa watching freespeech tv on the dish network you are love with congress in march pochun hi common mart mark i cannot comment on what's going on in the last few days that i've seen she's fan and stuff and there's a republican from louisiana in congress this talking like a progressive you know that we need to be ready for some of these disasters and in end that are common b instead of waiting for them to get done um my point is right now they just the debt ceiling and we're we're twenty trillion dollars in the whole and it's going to grow just didn't under george bush with republican congress so my question is um are they talking on the hill about corporate tax relief for repatriating um this two trillion dollars this sitting offshore from from shoring jobs and a the enough time i go second question agresson yes so there has been some discussion um which i do not support uh that would allow people to repatriate the money that they owe in taxes for a change on the dollar in order to the the most uh discussed topic has been to create a structure bank to pay for infrastructure but i could see them using it also and i think there's been some comments about using it for tax reform however we did this once not that long ago and if you keep doing this you've now set precedent for companies to diss hold their money long enough that they can until we allow you to bring it back in at a fraction of the dollar rather than paying your tax like you're supposed to do so i think it certainly will be part of the debate and to be fair a democrat or to his uh also uh advocated for that i just think it's an awful awful idea if people attacked as they owe taxes we should make them pay it back we should collected uh and in not allow them to do it that way there are currently doing it but uh but let them pay it for a fraction of what they actually oh just to have money for something you need to me it's a really bad direction into the progressive caucus i think is a whole it's been a bad direction took two quick thoughts apropos of that um one the last time.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Can talk about tax cuts all day and i think we should and i love to access i want a flat tax i want the federal government to be taking much less money from people i think you'd have an enormous explosion of growth because people would have money to do things that they know they know better than the government what should be done with their money i really do believe that that will happen and i think that small businesses in particular from having a little more liquidity on there valance sheets would greatly benefit from a tax code i think that that's something that is often overlooked in all of our discussions about well you know what can the truck what can trump really do not our discussions in the media's discussions work at trump really do to jumpstart the economy the single biggest thing would be tax cuts but where do we see less spending because the government is currently set up to do and amount of federal spending daddy his mindboggling it is vast and that we couldn't even with sequestration start to bring this spending the spending cost curve in the other direction it wasn't really a cut it was a decrease in the rate of increase of government spending the could even do that so you can't be on the one hand somebody who comply lines about a federal government debt that is out of control you cancer or twenty trillion dollars in debt but we should have all the spending that we have and we should you tax cuts i'm all for tax cuts but they need to be making the case for where we're going to what is going to be cutting fraud waste and abuse i mean how many times have we heard that before are we really supposed to be leave that if only we had a federal government that was a little bit the more of a of a penny pinchers remain wooed trying to manage programmes better that we would be able to make up for the hundreds of billions of dollars in shortfall that have become kinda normal in the budget and or in the in.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Of your precious time by getting into that land of critical mass where nobody yet nobody yet has found even one alarm clock well of course a lot going on in washington and congress will be back in session before you know it they'll be up in full bloom in september they will be fluffing their wings in the nation's capital next month and they certainly have things to do now they have a couple of short term and things they have to take care of one of them is to put together a budget agreement so that the government can continue to function other which is critical is to raise the debt ceiling now i know that we hear a lot of uh we'll hear a lot on both sides about raising the debt ceiling but let me we just share a thought with you on raising the debt ceiling who appropriates all the spending of course the answer is the us congress appropriates all the spending therefore who has the responsibility to see that the debt ceiling can handle the appropriated spending that is being done by chris and the answer would be congress so if congress is going to appropriate spending and they've already appropriated spending that has driven our budget deficit two very very close to twenty trillion dollars than it seems to me that is only logical very basic logic that they have the responsibility to make sure that the debt ceiling can handle whatever spending appropriations they have made and they've made plenty and they continue to make plenty anyway once they get their budget agreement done once they get the debt ceiling brouhaha out of the way and i'm not ruling out the possibility that there could be a a short term so called government shutdown i can't rule that out because of this dysfunction in congress which is near record levels from where from what we're seeing it's near record levels we haven't even had any major legislation all year long in the us congress so when you look at that this function yes if possible that there could be some grandstanding.
"twenty trillion dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"For the future brought to you every sunday rbm of atlanta mercedesbenz at least braves good morning welcome twenty metres sunday morning typical of leyla july weather isn't it good morning ryan aley good morning all of you tuning in for the beginning of the summer the summer market season fullsteam ahead secondhalf 2017 and they'll end the markets just keep chugging forward for the week another grind high fire just this grind higher end knowing feels he hasn't whatsoever about it so there's this the lack of enthusiasm we've seen it all year in most of the market we've seen this for most of the last eight years we had a solid market bull market philosophy years and it's just out love nobody likes it so the grind hire just this past week added a whole another one percent to the doubts of big number an almost twenty trillion dollar mechanism another one percent of aisle this week up one point four percent the s p five hundred two point six for the nasdaq so fascinating to me this week first of all this outburst from june one james diamonds he runs jp morgan chase he is the ceo jamie diamond ceo jp morgan chase on an analyst call ed he just blasted in a he wasn't mad at the question he's just frustrated with washington so he had an just an outburst which is fairly uncharacteristic for ceo on an earnings call about washington in gridlock and it's a theme that you've seen a bunch of in the last year when we certainly salt this week there's also fascinating this week a partisan conflict index it's a statistical measure of the disjointed nece or the gridlock that we see washington in the bill the the the the fact that we still haven't been able to get anything done here in this administration it's frustrating to those all around and it's bedrock and it's it's it's actually a measure in index kept by by the philadelphia federal reserve number three fascinated week at janet yellen janet let's colored goldilocks yellen strikes again and again a big reason for the market push higher and then just this.