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"university economics" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
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"university economics" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And the Koven 19 era with Professor Walter Block The Herald E Worth, eminent scholar endowed chair in economics at the J. But School of business at Loyola University in New Orleans. A senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and Ah before the break or just sort of talking about Culturally. What's happening in America? Um, you have a revolutionary movement afoot in terms of thie, various instruments of Marxism, whether that takes the form of A squad in Congress or Black lives matter, the formal organization on the streets of America and Ah Victor Davis, Hanson, noted historian the Hoover Institution. He suggest what we're going to have a revolution and it's either going to take the form of the American revolution or it's going to take the form of the French revolution. And I'm sure you understand the implications of what he's suggesting. And I wonder. Which direction do you think this might go? I hope we go The American way. Yeah, the French way or the Marxist way. Certainly devastating. And, you know, we have all these young people Goto College and they take sociology classes and I take classes in grievance studies. You know, black studies, eminent studies Queer studies. And they learned Marxism and somehow they think that Marxism or socialism with the way to go, this is horrible. Socialism is killed. The I don't know 200 million people in the last century, and that's apart from the war. This is just devastating indictment of higher education that we're turning out Marxists and cultural marches and economic marches and socialists of all types of varieties is just very much he regretted well, and that's a key point to that that it's higher education turning out Essentially the intellectual leadership of these movements as we've seen from, you know, mug shots from arrests during a writing in America's streets on behalf of black lives matter. It's a lot of white, college educated kids, isn't it? Yes, I was hoping with black lives matter. Somehow. It's okay for black lives matter. People the march in their thousands intensive thousands, and that's not a risk for Cove. It was somebody goes to church or even have outdoor church services. Somehow, that's not okay in New York City there Closing down parks that awful doctor choose go to and then you know, data on covert, You know, they'll they'll count people dying from Copan. If you're 85 you have cancer. And you have Kogan. There are even cases where some guy was in a motorcycle accident and was shot with a gun. And he had covert and the candidates called in. So it's hard to believe the statistics that are emanating from Alan Masters in Washington, D C. And what do you see me? Just as a practitioner on a college campus? What are you getting from your college? Students during this pandemic, and you know, in terms of any insight about how you think this is trending is there Do you see any recoiling at some of these government overreach is whether it's respect to people's economic freedoms or individual liberties. Well, I'm the faculty advisor to the college Republican Group at loyal but we are very much in the minority. If you were a mag a hash, you'll likely on many college campuses. You're likely to be physically attacked and not just on college. Campuses, but anywhere you know it used to be that they would be going to engage in dialogue and debate. And John put nails on liberty with seem positively. But now if you take a view that if you say all lives matter instead of black lives matter, you're a fascist and we don't want to talk to you. We wantto We want to make sure you can't speak it a college captain stunning. Charles Murray goes to a college campus and he's not allowed to speak because you know, he hey, has different used in before the code Incorrect used in many cases, it's a real swamp. It seems to me there's some really underestimation of what's happening in in America, generally because of the control of our cultural and civic institutions by Marxists and a good example of this Is Tyler Cohen over at George Mason University Economics professor and I like him very much, generally speaking, but he had this piece in Bloomberg. Let's call for Bloomberg that about the response to Cove it that it shouldn't matter much who's dying from Cove and in terms of things like age differentials. He writes the need to get the response, right? Not the relative worth of the young to that of the old is the main thing. We should be obsessing about. Well, yes, sort of. But how do you make the How do you get the response right? If you're not making an assessment of who is particularly vulnerable and who is much much, much less vulnerable. I mean, under 50, you're more likely to die from the flu over 70. Eyes where a majority of the death has occurred. So, so that's unnecessarily saying old people are less valuable human beings that young people, but it's saying that this is the reality of what we need to. Ah, ah, we need to contemplate is part of our response. So it's surgical and sensible. You're quite right. I agree with you entirely. I mean, People should shut themselves down. If they're over 75 or 80, or something like that, especially if they have other diseases like they're overweight or the have diabetes or they have respiratory illnesses but to shut down the entire economy and take away the lives. Of the livelihood of the people in their twenties, thirties and forties, very, very rarely die of cold and very, very really even have to be hospitalized. You know, this is just crazy. And he's saying with blacks and whites, blacks seem to be more vulnerable than white. And then we blame this on ranges. Um, but blacks are more vulnerable of sickle cell Ah media than whites. But that's not a racist thing and Jews and more vulnerable that takes accident. That's just biology. That's not racism. But any nowadays anytime something like you caught razors. Yeah, and and sort of this speaks to I think the the siren song of the vanguard class. Even for some who are erstwhile free marketeers is, you know the intellectual set, that's all. And you wrote about this in a recent piece of real car markets dot com. That suggests, you know, we've got a limit individual choices a little bit. We have to have the smarter people make the decisions for for the masses, and you know that that is a very, very well slippery slope. Well, you know this Gretchen Wittner of I think, Minnesota, Michigan, Michigan, one of those faces, you know, it's sort of very arbitrary and capricious. Like you say, You know this This type of thing is essential. And that type of thing is not essential. So a walmart is a central, but maybe some furniture store isn't and then Even in Walmart, or some of the big shopping area of the clothes off certain. Ah Isles, you know, they'll say that buying a lot of the ticket is essential. But buying Ah ah, she's painting is not essential. I mean, it's just arbitrary and capricious. So you know, they're not even doing it rationally. I mean, if you're gonna borrow that freedom, let a professional like he is Professor Walter Block of economics at the school of Business at Loyola University. New Orleans Sr felt the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Lester. Thanks for doing this.
"university economics" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's a national call in special on what parts of capitalism and what parts of socialism are right for America. Today. I'm Brian Lehrer from W N Y. C and I'm a horse on a host of Latino You, say an author of a new book. It's called Once I was you, a memoir of Love and hate in a touring America, so the American middle class has been shrinking for decades. Today's young adults are as AH hole not expected to do better than their parents. Inequality by income has been rising inequality. Income inequality by race has been persistent right. So Americans are angry and Americans are divided. Some voted for Donald Trump in 2016. Because they believe the business and political elites had left them behind that American capitalism had left them behind. And, ironically, to some of those voters Trump as a wealthy businessman. Seem to get that at the same time. Many other Americans form the movement that gave Bernie Sanders so much support after decades of his Democratic socialism being seen as French. So here we are in 2020. Trump is running on statements like this, which is from a campaign event in Florida they had that he had this week. And this was intended to build support by honoring veterans of the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961. Courageous veterans here today. Bear witness to how socialism, radical mobs and violent communists ruin the nation. Now the Democrat Party is unleashing socialism right within our Own beautiful country. And we have Joe Biden responding, saying things like this about the bite in Sand Aires about the Biden Sanders primary season. I beat the socialist. That's how I got elected. That's how I got the nomination. I looked like associates looking my career my whole career. I am not a socialist. But Biden is running with Sanders support and many Americans want something new, not the free market, global capitalism that got us into this mess and not Fidel Castro or the Soviet style communism that collapsed 30 years ago. So we're going to try something this hour on America. Are we ready to save the middle class? We're going to ask ideology aside, how much of each really contribute to saving the middle class from extinction and reverse income inequality. Can we take some things that are the best of capitalism? And take some other things that are the best of socialism. Are we ready to save the middle class with a mix? So what do you think about these heady questions that actually impact our lives? And listeners. This is a national call in show, not Twitter. This is calling in so inviting you to pick up the phone and call in and tell us where are you on this scale of capitalist to socialist? What mix of the two do you think is best for United States of America in the 21st century world? When? Where do you think Trump and Biden fall on this spectrum? You're invited to call 844745 talk. It's 8447458255, right. Can you name a way that the U. S should be more socialist in your opinion, or The other way around. Where are you on the scale of capitalists to socialist? Can you identify something good about each that if that's going to be part of the debate that people are having We can look for the sweet spot in what mix of the two do you think is best for America in the 21st century world? And where do you think Trump and Biden fall on that spectrum? As Maria asked, you're invited to call at 844745 talk 8447458255844745 talk. So we have two guests with us for this hour. We have One who's maybe a little bit more capitalists and maybe another one who's a little bit more socialist. Let's say so, or in caste, is executive director of a think tank called American Compass. He was a domestic policy adviser for Mitt Romney's Presidential campaign in 2012. He's the author of the 2018 Book, The once and Future Worker. A vision for the renewal of work in America and I have Leave Pavlina, Take chair chair. Never Got that right. Chip never is a Bard University economics professor, a research scholar at the Levy Economics Institute at Bard. She's the author of a book that came out this year called The Case for a Job Guarantees are welcome to both of you to America. Are we ready? I guess just to set the stage because you know, I actually visited Cuba. I actually was in Nicaragua. I've been to this place is so let's talk with OK some basic definitions. What is capitalism? What is socialism in the context of the United States? Because it really doesn't feel like what I remember. Kind of Castro faces and ran. Right. So we know you're you're already laughing, so give us its start us off here. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I am chuckling because, um, immigrant I am now American citizen, but I was born in a communist country Bulgaria. And when I hear these conversations are always chuckle because there's nothing that I hear that has anything to do with the Soviet style socialism or communism. That Wei had seen during the Cold War era. And so it is, I think, the right way to approach this is that it is a spectrum. There's no such thing as pure capitalism. I think what we're looking at is trying to understand the role of government and the extent of that role because even when you think of a free market economy We have, you know, a lot of socialized. I mean, think of better and benefits of veteran health insurance. You know what Trump speaking at a veteran event, talking against socialism when we actually have socialized veteran have healthcare. You know, the police forces socialized security. Public education is socialized education. And so these I feel like these red herrings, and he's very you know, tens kind of divisions have not been able to advance. The conversation. The way I see it is that if we want to have an economy that is a little more stable, that's a market economy. We need to be able to provide some basic provisions to deal with economic security. As you know when we talk about, you know, Biden platform in the Sanders platform. I think the question here is But he's going to be adequate kind of protections for the vagaries of capitalism. If you will. Now, Orin, you're right that the conservative blueprint envisions a flourishing society built upon a foundation of strong.
"university economics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The big point for boomers show. I'm your host, Jerry Leland recording of the biggest TV studios. And as I told you earlier, this is called a Bitcoin for boomer show because I'm a boomer and I'm talking about Bitcoin. But this shows for anyone, not just old people. Anyone come over from the show, as you can learn from my guest is not mere is old is me. Steven Cole. Stephen. I guess we could pretty much call you maybe a Bitcoin. Ogi. Is that right at the corner O g. I mean, you've been in a long time, dude. Yeah. I mean, I've been in it since 2013. But I I've been referred to as an O g in a couple of contacts, but I definitely don't consider myself a nog. And I think any time that you Get into Bitcoin. You look at all the people who were in it before you and he kind of laid that foundation right and It is 22 when thinking about getting into Bitcoin because it always feels late. It's kind of this is funny psychological phenomenon right where even in 2013 it was hundreds of dollars for a Bitcoin and I remember thinking Wow. You know hundreds of dollars for one Bitcoin. That just seems really expensive. I'm late to this game. And maybe this ship has sailed by now, but it you know, and clearly it was relatively early now. That were years later and we can see that. I think it always feels that way. And I'm sure right now, people looking at Bitcoin today it's roughly $12,000 might think. Wow, that seems really high. Maybe the ship sailed. And maybe I'm just late, But in hindsight, you know, maybe five, especially 10. Years down the road. I suspect $12,000. That coin will look laughably cheap. Yeah, And I heard that statement before from people. So you know, it's not the first time I've heard that where people have said you know, I saw it at 50 cents. And it was $13. I was like, Oh, my gosh. I missed the boat. It was a couple of $100. And I thought it was too late, You know? So But I got in anyway. And the same thing I heard about it. I think when it was like, $200, maybe and didn't get into it. So it was a couple $1000 and I was like, Well, I better get into it. It turns out I was not too late. So I think that's gonna happen for a while. There may be even will be a point where we'll say someone will say Gosh, is $100,000. Maybe I'm too late to get into Bitcoin, but they get into it, and then it goes up again. And I think you're right someday People will be laughing Sunday. I think you know, I made a post on Twitter. The day that I thought was pretty good. I said, because I'm only saying I remember Cokes for six cents. And that set off a boomer would say I've more movies for 35 cents. I remember Coke with sixth sense. So when these young people are talking to their kids, they're going. Oh, I know one Bitcoin was less than $10,000. You're kidding me, kind of relate that will see the inflation. Which we were talking about earlier. They're printing money affecting Bitcoin, just like it affected that coat from six cents to 50. It's gonna affect that Bitcoin in that way. Now, before we left the segment we were talking about. Austrian economics versus Kane's E and economics. And like I said, I had I was familiar with canes in economics because I've seen that mentioned quite a few times on just commercial TV. But I don't think I had ever seen Austrian economics on commercial TV. And I found out more about that after I became a Bitcoin er, so I wanted to talk about that a little since you brought it up in the last segment. Absolutely, And that seems to be a pretty common theme is Austrian economics isn't encountered much in the mainstream. I think that's unfortunate, and when people get interested in Bitcoin and trying to understand where money comes from, then often they encounter Austrian economics along that journey, usually an online materials. Pain's An economics dominates the university economics programs today, so I have friends who've got their bachelor's and economics and I asked him about Austrian economics. When I started to hear about it, they had no idea what I was talking about. So came in Austria came in economics kind of dominates university education to the point that that is just what I thought of ads. Economics didn't even really often thought of as a school of thought, You know, one of many, but at a very high level, Austrian and Kensi and economics are sort of central planning versus free markets, so Austrian economics tends to favor a more of a loss, a fair hands off approach to money. Allowing individual actors in an economy to choose what money suits them best and to set prices and have complete control over their economic activity. And there's a profound respect for price in that school of thought. Surprises like an information signal. If you have some disruption to your business, your supply chain then you may have to raise prices. Maybe your you know your cost around your business get more expensive, and that is how you communicate that to the world is by raising your price. Whereas in cane's in economics, it's much more of a centrally planned bottles of their Artie's central banks and Fiat currencies. And they are trying to actively managed the money supply. In some circumstances, they may support price fixing or regulate certain parameters around what prices are allowed to be. Um and essentially trying to sometimes well intentioned tryingto avoid the boom and bust cycle. So the narrative around cans and economics will be Oh, well, We need the central planners because otherwise you would have Crashes like the great Depression on all these things that we've seen in the past, and so they their charter is to smooth things out so that we avoid those. My opinion of it is that even if they succeed at smoothing things out in the short term, which is very difficult to do it just kind of batches up the problem that just makes the inevitable crash later. Much, much worse. Well, I really never realized that the economy was Nikola ated that much until I started. I guess that I hate saying that I got in Bitcoin, but that until I got in Bitcoin because they made me start looking at it. At finances. And when I think of a centralized economy, I really think of something like China, you know, fixing prices on things. I always thought that If a company didn't do something good or times got bad. They went out of business, which I made an example of earlier in the show on the horse buggy whips. You know things aren't needed. Are there not filling a demand? Our there's no demand for them. Or they're doing a bad job. They're going to go out of business. They don't need to be. For instance, with the airlines. Maybe it was good would've been good. If one had a going out of business. Maybe one of them should have been saved during the banking crisis few years ago. Maybe a banker to should have gone out of business. Maybe one big bank. Glad of business wasn't a bad thing. I don't understand the I don't understand the idea of a thought pattern beside casing economics that you could do better planning, then letting the economy or the money or the system fix itself. I think it'll fix itself and I am I wrong in your thoughts, and is that Really what Austrian economics is saying to us. I'm right there with you, Gary on on all back, So I believe that in you know, especially the great financial crisis of 2008, A lot of those banks should.
"university economics" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Cuts and bruises the university economics professor didn't have the heart or the motivation to say basically anything that I don't have a storage place for it so you just take what you can see my daughter's bike there but that's not going to come with me he says when you've lost so much sometimes you just have to walk away for NPR news I'm Blake farmer in Putnam County Tennessee the violence in Afghanistan resume just days after the U. S. and the Taliban signed a deal to end the war there on Wednesday US drone attacks the group in retaliation for a series of attacks on Afghan troops and yesterday at least thirty two civilians were killed dozens injured when Afghan gunmen opened fire in Kabul the self proclaimed Islamic state or ISIS claimed responsibility for that attack Seth Jones as a counterterrorism expert at the center for strategic and International Studies Mr Jones thanks for being with us it's great to be on thanks the deal was signed last weekend has already failed no it hasn't failed yet but I think we're at the period where it's going to be most difficult where the Afghan government now which is feuding within itself over who's actually running the government has to find a solution with the Taliban I think this will be the most difficult period by far is can we get any sort of agreement between the Afghan government and the Taliban Canley I think that the challenge so far is that most of the senior Taliban leadership led by Melaka inside a secure Razzaq any of the senior officials I find it very hard to believe that they'll have fought for eighteen years only to agree to a situation where they're serving in an Afghan government led by someone like president Ghani I I think they're going to want to ask for a lot and I don't see at this point a lot of opportunity and and position where where the two will agree but we'll have to see we usually ask for a lot a return to some of the practices for which the Taliban were known when they ruled Afghanistan I'm thinking of the for the practical incarceration of women are not permitting women in schools yeah they they I mean the the Taliban of today is a different organization from the Taliban of the nineteen nineties that so that ran the government up through nine eleven they have a slightly modified ideology but they still have a pretty harsh position towards women they still have a harsh position toward women serving in government positions what what how people can dress but I think most importantly they have expressed a willingness to run the government and I think that will be something that the current Afghan government is not going to be willing to accept I have yes because he was so determined to bring home U. S. troops especially in an election year that the Taliban really has little motive to stop their attacks hi I think that's certainly true I mean I what what I suspect the Taliban is doing right now and and my conversations with both current and former Taliban officials indicate that they're keeping options open if they assess that they can get a U. S. withdrawal now through talks that's great if not they will continue to fight and their control of territory has increased a bit over the past couple of years so they're they're winning on the battlefield yeah and a half minute we have left fewer divisor the U. S. military in Afghanistan what would you advise them to help make a deal work well I would advise that the US has a backup plan in case the negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban fall apart and I think in particular what does the US need to keep pressure on terrorist organizations like al Qaeda in the Islamic state in Afghanistan and what is the U. S. objective also doesn't want to prevent a collapse of the Afghan government if so it's going to need some military resources to prevent a collapse chef Jones as a counterterrorism expert at the center for strategic and International Studies John thanks.
"university economics" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And gather some global news headlines again good morning Matt north Korea's economy may have shrunk by more than forty percent last year putting it in the way shape in more than twenty years since United Nations sanctions continue to pass at the rogue regime Plavix piece of pay has more that's according to Seoul National University economics professor can be online North Korea hasn't been in such an economic conditions since nineteen ninety seven Clinton Jones father had to battle floods droughts and a famine that may have killed as much as ten percent of the population in so okay okay Bloomberg daybreak Europe the house has voted to condemn comments from president trump that have been criticized as racist several Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the measure some Democrats complained that party leaders on to punching back at the president hard enough Hong Kong is starting to come to terms with the economic cost of weeks of historic anti government protest retail has been hit hardest Brubeck's currently explains okay also driving away local shoppers in deterring tourists from mainland China from the retail and financial hub Hong Kong's retail management association says most of its members reported a single to double digit drop in their average sales revenue between June and the first week of July in Hong Kong Karen Li Bloomberg daybreak here at and finally Bill Gates has never run lead with and number two in the seven year history of the Bloomberg billionaires index this he just file and note the bucs twenty palette tells us who has ended his run the Microsoft co founder dropped to number three behind France's Bernard Arnault LVMH Arnaud's luxury goods maker advanced to a record in Paris and pushed his net worth to one hundred seven point six billion dollars ahead of gates by more than two hundred million dollars Charlie Papa Bloomberg daybreak Europe cable needs twenty four hours a day on average take took on Twitter power by building twenty seven hundred Jennette sometime this symbol the one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is Billy Bragg Anna thank you very much Leon if you have a bring back terminal which goes is a functioning put out is that not one of your favorites it's one of my favorite and it you know what it's fascinating that well Jeff Bezos's wealth which had been at one point I think well over a hundred sixty billion dollars has dropped because of his divorce so he's back down to one twenty five at the end and now with Bernard Arnault getting up to a hundred seven right now under seven point six it would be amazing if you saw him leap frog the way Amazon is not safe yeah it's sort of the the the European fashion luxury versus US tech that's how the rich will have to play out right now it seems like almost a needy should I mean compared to Amazon which is like the global retailer it's amazing that are no get so close yeah now let's get a morning sports all day so we will go to prison former England out the non destroys things just generally should be brought into the test team for the ashes the box and start for the World Cup winning one day tape but this never represented this country in the five day.
"university economics" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"university economics" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"One was a congresswoman from Wisconsin. Do you ever get the feeling that the Democrats eliminate different planet than everybody else? She just goes down, a litany of great economic news. And then she makes it clear she could could not care less about it. Really eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two welcome to the Howie Carr show. And again, it's an extremely busy news day. There's we will have a Joe digenova with us at the bottom of the hour and Amazon has pulled out of New York and. I'm still amazed. Alexandra Cossio Cortes is taking a victory lap a victory lap. That's what the New York Post says. The city of the state just lost twenty five thousand jobs and she's taking a victory lap. Which you major in Boston University economics. And I know you can denounce corporate welfare all you want. But, you know, twenty five thousand jobs don't grow don't grow on trees and g has is basically pulling out of Boston today. General Electric, it's a much smaller lost for the city of Boston in the state of Massachusetts than Amazon leaving New York or not going to New York. But still it's a it's a blow and others in the we're going to discuss with Joe digenova, the the new book, and they knew why the the rehabilitation of yet another crooked democrat, Andrew McCabe, the former FBI director who's gonna be who's going to be rehabilitated on sixty minutes on Sunday night. Sixty minutes is going to take a take a week off for making up stories about Republicans like the Texas Air National Guard. Fiction about the George W Bush to what to rehab another democrat. So, but the the big news right now is that the the the the compromise so-called. It's not much of a compromise. Bill to give President Trump one point four billion dollars to on the wall, which is a quarter of what he wanted. He will sign the Bill. It's it's going through the Senate right now. And then it'll be passed by the house later on today. He will sign it. But he's also going to declare a state of national emergency. So that he can start moving the money around. And you saw Mick Mulvaney. His acting chief of staff, and he's a pretty pretty good on on budgets. Former South Carolina congressman he's been telling the press that they've they've located money that they can use to to build the wall. They've got the money they need or they get the money. They need. So I had the problem is going to be in court and Nancy Pelosi was just had a press conference. We played we played parts of it during the during the last hour grace was complaining vociferiously. I thought it was rather humorous myself for utter incoherence she but she finally said the Republic. Yeah. I don't know eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. So what do what do you think should the president many people? It's our poll question should the president had vetoed the veto the bell? And just you know. Said I I'm not going to sign this. It's full of poison pills. And this is I I'm sure there are others. But this this is one that really popped out that none of the funds provided by this actor or any other act. Any other act so may be used by the secretary of homeland security to place in detention or initiate removal proceedings against the sponsor potential sponsor or member of household of a sponsor or potential sponsor of an unaccompanied alien child. So basically, what this does my reading is it sets up a whole new class of anchor babies. So if you can't if you can't have an anchor baby or you don't want to have an anchor baby. You just you just want a mule for your Fenton, all gang. You just you just contract with a Coyote to bring you up a new a new you AC unaccompanied the child to what to Larence or or wherever and and suddenly you're immune from being deported. I it again who who thought this up who thought this was a good idea for the United States of America. I think that provision alone is worth a veto. I just. You know, the thing is he he's Trump has talked about getting rid of the the the anchor-baby the birthright citizenship, it's called, and, you know, at least trying to challenge it in court that would be a lengthy court battle because some people say, it's, you know, it's it's part of the constitutional amendment that was passed after the civil war. But I I don't think that I don't I don't think that the they were thinking about, you know, illegal aliens from Guatemala wanting to come up and join him as thirteen so I don't know. Ann Coulter is going crazy as as as you might expect us Steve read me the tweet for man culture that she just sent out. Thank you me a chance to pull it up. Okay. Yeah. She's she's basically saying it's the end of the world. She says there's no coming back from this no, quote emergency or presidential powers will allow him to build a wall ever after he signs this Bill. Trump has just agreed to fully open borders. I don't understand how he's agreed to fully open borders, unless she's you know, she's going with these these these little items in this agenda. Well, there's some other stuff in the bell. Like it. It says that if you're going to build any any sector of wall you have to consult with the municipal government. So basically, any anti-trump town council can block construction of a wall, but doesn't doesn't a national emergency override, you know, was some city council in El Paso? Yeah. But I'm saying if we were doing it through this Bill the national emergency. I mean after it gets to the court system, and maybe not I don't know. It was never going to be easy. And I think he's I think he's trying to you got some lemon. So he's trying to make some lemonade. I I know it's a cliche. But I I I don't I don't know. What else he he coulda done eight four four five hundred forty two forty two two zero seven do you think the house won't pass the Bill now that they know is going to issue a national emergency right after? No, I don't if if they don't pass it, then they own the shutdown. There's no question about that. They sheiky. She can't go through with that that they're going to pass it. There's worse news for Trump today, though, Howie. What's that? Jim Acosta reports that he has gained four pounds since his last physical the president has. Oh, no. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. That's. Just heard on NPR that they're interviewing a Republican mayor from border town in Texas, and he's disappointed and Trump by this executive order, but go ahead and talk about how we need border control from your cozy office in Boston. I don't know what the I know what point that texters making. I mean, I think we haven't we made it pretty clear isn't it abundantly. Crystal clear to everybody in the country that there are that every state is a border state now every state has a problem with illegal immigration and crime and welfare and drunken driving and and overcrowded schools and no resources for schools other than English a second language. It's just the the country cannot absorb unlimited amounts of unskilled uneducated unvaccinated non-english-speaking orders, I'm sorry. They're not Americans. They're foreigners. And you know, they don't large numbers of the many way don't seem to have as much interest in a similar eating into our culture as earlier waves of immigrants dead eight four four five hundred forty two forty two we're gonna take a break, and we'll be right back. We'll take a lot of calls in the next segment. I'm Howie Carr..
"university economics" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Long way to go. I know but today, also it's. It doesn't go unnoticed. That she is announcing on Martin Luther King junior's birthday. And it's interesting to me that a lot of people are saying that she is would be the first African American woman. She would be the second black president. She's not she's she's she's very much Barack Obama Barack Obama. We all know father was from Africa from Kenya. Mother was from the United States Caucasian, and he spent a lot of his youth in Indonesia. So. It's the same sort of thing did Barack Obama live the black man's experience. Debate that. But it, but but she's of the same. Her mother is from India. Her father is from Jamaica, a lot of people in Jamaica have African ancestry. But this is a. Her mother is a breast cancer scientists who immigrated from India her father was a Stanford University economics professor who immigrated from Jamaica. So a very smart mother. Very smart father. They divorced when she was young. And so they moved to Canada. Montreal. And. She went from there to Howard University in Washington DC where she majored in Bali in economics. And then went back to California to get her law degree from the university of California Hastings school of law. So is she African American. I don't think so. But and and did she live the life of the young black girl in America? Not with a Stanford economics, professor father and a breast cancer. Scientists mother I knew she grew up in Oakland. Which is a lot of African Americans in Oakland. But so whatever it is it is. And yet the big hangup about her that's already been talked about is the fact that she what's the prosecutor. So she's the complaint from the left is she was tough on criminals. That's a that's a Republican asset tough on crime. So when you listen to her, and I heard an interview with her with David Axelrod on his podcast oh year ago, something like that. And she came across very moderate. But that was talking to Axelrod's she wasn't trying to play up to some righty. She was talking to Axelrod. But when you look at her positions on things, she's she's she's a liberal Democrat. No question about it. Absolutely. But she has things about she's for the second amendment. She's for cracking down on criminals. Her felony conviction rate went way up in a lot of people on the left go. We don't like that. They say they don't like that her answer to it is. I don't care who you are. You don't want a bunch of criminals hanging around you. So she's an interesting character. Let me put it that way. Very interesting character. She she is very tough like a lot of Republicans criminal Justice. But she also is for your typical liberal causes phone number's eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Carol port St. Lucie, Florida. Hello, carol. Hey, Tom you stole my thunder of my comment. I was Jane you did a masterful job at presenting or pros and cons. But you left out the fact that she owns the woman card and the race card, and then you just brought it up. But one thing one thing as far as the race card. A lot of people will see that she's a person of color, and they won't care with her ancestry. Right. Right. They don't care about the non white. Yeah. They don't care about the. Breakdown. They just want to know is that she looked like a white person. No, she looks like she's got some nixed ancestry somewhere. So yes, you're right. And and the mixture itself can be an asset. But and I also think that that will override the concerns you just expressed about her prosecutorial experience. And in fact, that prosecutorial experience can bring over some moderates who.
"university economics" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Long way to go. I know but today, also it's. It doesn't go unnoticed. That she is announcing on Martin Luther King junior's birthday. And it's interesting to me that a lot of people are saying that she is would be the first African American woman. She would be the second black president. She's not she's she's she's very much Barack Obama Barack Obama. We all know father was from Africa from Kenya. Mother was from the United States Caucasian, and he spent a lot of his youth in Indonesia. So it's the same sort of thing did Barack Obama live the black man's experience. We can debate that. But it, but but she's of the same. Her mother is from India. Her father is from Jamaica, a lot of people in Jamaica have African ancestry. But this is a. Her her mother is a breast cancer. Scientists who immigrated from India or father was a Stanford University economics professor who emigrated from Jamaica. So a very smart and mother, very smart father. They divorced when she was young. And so they moved to Canada. Montreal. And. She went from there to Howard University in Washington DC where she majored in Bali Cy in economics. And then went back to California to get her law degree from the university of California Hastings school of law. So is she African American. I don't think so. But sh and and and did she live the life of a young black girl in America? Not with a Stanford economics, professor father and a breast cancer. Scientists mother I knew she grew up in Oakland. Which is a lot of African Americans in Oakland. But so whatever it is it is. And yet the big hangup about her that's already being talked about is the fact that she was a prosecutor. So she's the complaint from the left is she was tough on criminals. That's a that's a Republican asset tough on crime. So when you listen to her, and I heard an interview with her with David Axelrod on his podcast oh year ago, something like that. And she came across very moderate. But that was talking to Axelrod. So she wasn't trying to play up to some righty. She was talking to Axelrod. But when you look at her positions on things, she's she's no, she's a liberal Democrat. No question about it. Absolutely. But she has things about she's for the second amendment. She's for cracking down on criminals. Her felony conviction rate went way up and a lot of people on the left go. We don't like that. They say they don't like that her answer to it is. I don't care who you are. You don't want a bunch of criminals hanging around you. So she's an interesting character. Let me put it that way. Very interesting character. She's she is very tough like a lot of Republicans criminal Justice. But she also is for your typical liberal causes phone number's eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Carol port St. Lucie, Florida. Hello, carol. Hey, Tom you stole my thunder of my comment. I was Jane you did a masterful job at presenting or pros and cons. But you left out the fact that she owns the woman card and the race card, and then you just brought it up. But one thing one thing as far as the race card. A lot of people will see that she's a person of color, and they won't care with her ancestry. Right. Right. They don't care about on white. Yeah. They don't care about the conflict breakdown. They just want to know is that she looked like a white person. No. She looks like she's got some mixed ancestry somewhere. So yes, you're right. And and the mixture itself can be an asset. But and I also think that that will override the concerns you just expressed about her prosecutorial experience. And in fact, that prosecutorial experience can bring over some moderates who wouldn't like some of the.
"university economics" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Jennifer Jones Lee. January twenty once. Everybody as we celebrate Martin Luther King day. I was going to do a a a quick bio of Martin Luther King and do a segment not necessary. Although we are gonna do a part of the MLK. I have a dream speech. Because there's a very interesting sidebar story about the case speech in Washington in nineteen sixty three. I mean the rest of it. We all know he history, we all know is a cessation assassination in nineteen sixty eight one of the worst year certainly in the twentieth century. And so that's coming up, and we'll do that at eight twenty. So now the announcement. Of come away Harris. For the presidency of the United States took everybody for a complete total shock. Do you know? And I didn't know this until we started researching this that she was first considered not a nomination not a nominee for president. But of presidential timber early on when you see a politician that's moving through the ranks and people start saying, you know, what this is a person that would make a good president and people start paying attention to that that was two thousand eight. When she broke into the national spotlight, and all of a sudden, she became presidential material. Now from the point that someone becomes presidential material to the point where there's a nomination. That is a very different matter. But she made it through this is very rarefied air. Do you know how many politicians are in this world, imagine this? How many senators are there in that are presidential material out of a hundred not very many, how many attorney generals are presidential material very many. So a little bit about Kamla Harris, very interesting background, as you know, she is of Indian and black descent. So she hits it perfectly. When you talk about the perfect storm. You have Democrats that want fresh new young faces she hits it there. There are Democrats that want a woman Hillary Clinton because Hillary Clinton wasn't a woman. I'm talking about politically she was more Hillary Clinton than she was a female other words, the fact that she was a female with that that big a thing based on the fact that Hillary Clinton's she was to despised by too many people to consider there's a woman potential president. Now, I didn't think about that. I never even occurred to me, and it was no big deal. Okay. So what? Now, tell me we're not ready for a woman president come on. Why are we making a big deal out about this? But tell me we're not ready for Hillary Clinton. That's right. We're not ready for Hillary Clinton. And we never will be a little biased aren't I just a touch. She was not my favorite person is not my favorite person so calmly Harris fifty four years old. Her mother is Indian her dad is Jamaican, and let me give you the background of her. Parents mom was a breast cancer scientists who came to the US from India. Her dad Stanford University economics, professor who came from Jamaica for graduate study in economics at university of California, Berkeley, and just stayed so her backgrounds pretty impressive say the knees. Her say, the least her name comes from the sanskrit word for let's be a president actually not it's for Lotus flower. And she went to she grew up in Berkeley because that's where parents attended school and taught and worked up there. I Harris attended Howard University in Washington DC, predominantly black college. She majored political science economics. And then she obtained her j d or juris doctorate from the university of California Hastings, which is one hell of a law school. I might add really a top school, and she wrote a book in two thousand nine smart on crime a career prosecutors plan to make us safer when in doubt, always write a book. She was a San Francisco DA the felony conviction when she was elected to the DA rose from fifty two percent to sixty seven percent. So she was considered pretty good prosecutor, even though she was considered very liberal or liberal wanted to reduce recidivism rate did all kinds of programs for inmates. And she was both the city attorney working city attorney's office was the DA San Francisco. She ran for the Senate, and well, she she won. I think she was attorney general of California. I and then she ran for the Senate. She's only a first time Senator. And out of a first time Senator comes presidential material. I think Barack Obama also what is was in his first term as Senate wasn't he when he ran for president. So she is well, she's a real comer and considering that she is a very powerful ethnic minority coming from both ethnicities Indian and black. And a woman and a liberal Anna fresh new face, and you tell me that this is not what the Democrats are seriously considering. She became a front runner in the top list, the top five instantly. And that's before she announced. And here's an interesting sidebar. She hates Indian food. Actually, that's not a sidebar. That is absolutely correct. I just made that up. Okay. I covered her in.
Harley-Davidson & moving production overseas
"In europe to manufacturing facilities outside the us thus avoiding retaliatory tariffs on us goods spurred by president trump's tariffs on european steel and aluminum grand thornton chief economist diane swonk says us br brands like harley are operating in a global economy island in fact we are part of a global economy when you're part of a global economy you're gonna find it you know if something happens abroad it does ripple up on your source richard cantu abc news and joining us now to talk about the economy tariffs jobs and the like we check in with an economist from colorado state university professor steve pressman but good morning professor thanks for having me so we've heard of a couple of companies harley davidson may be the biggest that saying we've gotta move manufacturing overseas so we don't get hit with a thirty one percent tariff dc more of that happening with other companies looks looks at this point very bad it seems we're on the brink of a trade war with not just china but with the rest of the world this is not gonna turn out good and this is hurting it professor it seems like the people that the president keeps wanting to uplift the workers that that this is hurting people if you wanna say middle america that have these jobs that especially that impact that that work was stealing aluminum well still still an aluminum oh actually not do too badly at the other firms harley davidson which is an iconic american firm just this morning the president threatened to impose severe taxes on them and put them out of business if they do what they said they were going to do which is move their plans to other countries on the other hand those tariffs on steel makes harley davidson uncompetitive in the world economy because the steel that's now more expensive for them since at tariff is just a tax on goods coming in from abroad that's gonna make hardly uncompetitive in the world economy they're going to go out of business either way but do you agree that something had to be done the trade deals we've made with these these other countries even our allies aren't good the trade deals really are not that bad the us has a relatively small trade deficit with the rest of the world with one exception and that one exception is with china and to start a trade war with us allies in canada europe when we have problems not with candidate in europe we have with china and we need allies to support us just makes no sense whatsoever nassar those deals professor i mean the issues we have a china is the intellectual property that we have not so much physical training so so why don't they target that well they actually did there was an agreement that was called the transpacific partnership the whole idea of that was to deal with intellectual property problems with china and the president scuttled that immediately upon taking office that's colorado state university economics professor steven pressman more police agencies across the country are putting e bikes on the roads to help patrol abc sherry preston explains having just added twenty new pedal assist bikes the lapd now has the largest fleet of police ebikes in the country police chief charlie back to the future of bicycling in my opinion especially in an urban environment you can you cover long distances at a really good speed.