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We Will Never Know What Was Said During the Constitutional Convention
"In today's time it's easy to feel disconnected to the brilliant so the clairvoyance or the wisdom of our founding fathers or the framers september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was the last day of a heated constitutional convention that lasted almost the entire summer and went from may twenty fifth to september seventeenth. Hundred eighty seven. It was held in private and and secret. George washington presided over the chair as the chair of the constitutional convention. Now we have some notes from the constitutional convention but most of the back and forth debate and the commentary. We will never know exactly what was set alexander hamilton john. Jay james madison. They were going at it. You see the articles in confederation at articles of confederation which were written after the successful revolution or separation from the british. Were posing problems there. Shays rebellion inability to commerce between states to mint currency. It became more and more clear that some form of a federal government was necessary. The question is what kind of government do we want to form
September 17, 1787: The History Behind This Significant Day
"Today is a day that every single child in school should take pause and be leads through and told the great american story of how we got here. Today is a beautiful day. There's a lot wrong with our country right now and i wanna take a pause to remember what happened on this day in seventeen. Eighty seven september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was one of the most significant days in human history. It was definitely one of the most significant days in political history. Almost never before had this idea of self government been tried. The romans tried it in some capacity and failed and eventually became an empire. The greek strident and city states. But never before. Did a people attempt to embark on a form of government. We're the people were the sovereign. The idea of self government independent judiciary the ideas of freedom and equality in the rule of law that are the ultimate principles to build that society. In today's time it's easy to feel disconnected to the brilliant so the clairvoyance or the wisdom of our founding fathers or the framers september seventeenth. Seventeen eighty seven was the last day of a heated constitutional convention that lasted almost the entire summer and went from may twenty fifth to september seventeenth. Hundred eighty seven. It was held in private and and secret. George washington presided over the chair as the chair of the constitutional convention. Now we have some notes from the constitutional convention but most of the back and forth debate and the commentary. We will never know exactly what was set alexander hamilton john. Jay james madison. They were going at it. You see the articles in confederation at articles of confederation which were written after the successful revolution or separation from the british. Were posing problems there. Shays rebellion inability to commerce between states to mint currency. It became more and more clear that some form of a federal government was necessary. The question is what kind of government do we want to form now. A sloppy way to talk about the american stories say we had two founders one in seventeen seventy six and one in seventeen eighty seven that is not true there is an a divine connection between the truths of the declaration of independence and the laws of the constitution of the united states
North and South Korea Both Test Missiles as Tensions Rise
"Arising on the korean peninsula both north and south korea tested ballistic missiles. Today within hours of each other over the weekend. Pyongyang's said that it had successfully launched a long range cruise missile. Its first test in six months. Sumi terry is a senior fellow and the korea chair at the center for strategic and international studies. She joins us now from seoul. south korea. Explain the timing of these tests for both north and south korea. Why are we seeing this spike. In missile tests on the korean peninsula now the north koreans usually greet new. Us president with missile tests. What was unusual is not that they conducted these tests but they took this long to greet the biden administration in conducting these tests. I think that had to do with the fact that north korea had a very unusual year with a couvet pandemic and right now there have been going through severe food crisis in economic uncertainty trade with china dropped to about a fifth of normal levels this year. So i think they've been distracted and now they are to the regular policy apprenticeship tactics by conducting the test. I think they do probably want to return to talks with washington at some point because they badly need sanctions relief. What about the biden administration. I mean do you think they interpret these. Kind of tit for tat. Missile testing as sort of way into restart talks with north korea. Yes the biden administration and knows create team. They're they're used to this. There's a long pattern of north korea returning to provocations so for them. It took awhile for north korea to return to testing and again because these are show range ballistic missile tests better than intercontinental semester. Long range. i don't think will be alarmed. But they were seeing it as a sign. I think that. Kim wants to return to talks in again. And this is a move to pressure. Washington to sort of remind the biden administration saying. Hey we're still here. Don't ignore us. We're still working on. There are nuclear missile program.
Milley Defends Calls to Chinese as Effort to Avoid Conflict
"The nation's top military officer is defending phone calls to his Chinese counterpart during the trump administration's final days in upcoming book by The Washington Post Bob Woodward and Robert Costa describes joint chiefs chairman mark Emily as worried about what trump might do before leaving office and telling China's top officer he would warn Beijing in case of a U. S. attack Millie spokesman says the general was acting within his duties as the president's top uniformed adviser trump says Millie should be tried for treason if the reports true at the White House president Biden was asked if the joint chiefs chair did the right thing hi generally sadr mag ani Washington
Accusations of Treason Swirl Around Gen. Mark Milley
"Sean hannity during his monologue last night talked about milly either being he should be absolutely fired and tried for treason. If of course the account of bob woodward and bob costas book is correct. Accusations of treason are now swirling around the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. That would be general mark milley. According to an explosive upcoming book from bob woodward millions accused of conspiring behind the scenes with communist chinese to undermine president trump in the fall of twenty twenty as the washington post details quote in the books account. Millie went so far as to pledge that he would alert his counterpart in the event of the us attack is counterpart being in china. The communist chinese. The book claims that millie had his chinese counterpart quote. Generally you and i have known each other for five years now. And if we're going to attack. I wanna call you ahead of time. It's not going to be a surprise. Okay so what they can attack us. I if this is true general milley would be traded to this country if true he should be fired and tried portrays an immediately given america's enemies heads up before an attack. Well that's the worst possible offense that are member of our military ever commit and there's more according to the same upcoming book and that is the general milley also conspired behind the scenes to neuter the commander in chiefs ability taken duct his constitutional role as commander in chief and conduct military operations. Now this this shouldn't be a right left talking point. I should be able to say to every democrat listening to the show every trumpeter if the chair of the joint chiefs was giving our enemies a heads up in the event of an attack. How is that not treason.
Do Viking Cruises Lives Up To All The Hype?
"Can viking ocean cruises ever be as good as their fans would lead you to believe. Before i came on viking. I was constantly told by people who love viking ocean that it is wonderful. it's magnificent. It's unique it's different. It's the best it. Does this better that better. So i bought it my very first ocean crews here on viking venus with a little bit of trepidation and some pretty high standards what i can tell you as you see during the course of this. It didn't entirely go to plan. I was blindsided by things. I was surprised by somethings and some things. Were basically pretty much. As i expected but the thing that really stood out no one had really warning about so. Stick with me to find out what those things were if you knew here. I'm gary benbridge. Welcome aboard welcome aboard viking venus. I'm here to make it fun and easy to discover plan and enjoy unforgettable cruise vacations and is viking cruises unforgettable or not one of the things that are arrested with both before i came on cruise and during the cruise is exactly who or what is. Viking oceans like increases is an independent line it was created and is so chaired by its founder. A man called torsten haagen so viking ocean of course came from rivers they started in european rivers and then expanded to rivers around the world and then are also gains expedition. cruising delivered. Experience on viking is pretty luxury but it's not ultra luxury so probably quite comfortably competes with an fits with lines like say. Oh she anya. As amara perhaps even winstar which is pretty luxurious small ships higher level of service good quality fixtures and fittings however. It was very clear that viking has a significant difference to those lines so people who might like those lines like viking. But they'll find something very different because the experience viking is quite different though to those particular lions because at its heart has a very different philosophy. And that's because it came from riveted started with rivers not with ocean and the whole way that they approach and do cruising is pretty
The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano
"I'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut
MorningStar Ministries' Chris Reed's Prophetic Dream Ties Biden's Election Win with Chinese Collusion
"Talking to my friend. Chris read with morningstar ministries. So chris you told us about the first thing july twenty third. You had a dream. It's extraordinary You had this before. There are any reports of taliban talking to the chinese before any reports of the taleban taking over afghanistan. But after that. There's a second piece to this so give us the second piece where you see biden meeting with With the chinese give details. When did that happen for you that you saw so it was actually an august. Sixteenth just happened my hikes birthday and it was right about the time. When the taliban assumed control of afghanistan it was three weeks after My dream my dream have already shared. Will that night. I went to bed and I had this dream where. I was watching this meeting in the i remember. Somehow i knew in the dream was before the twenty twenty election presidential election and in this three my cd's darkened windows. And but somehow i'm able to see in styled the room and it is joe biden sitting with his campaign lawyers were campaign representatives. That was what i understood across the table were the chinese government representatives and. I knew that they were talking back and forth. It was almost like a negotiation or talking going on and the next thing. I notice in the dream. This stood out to me is biden. Got up out of the chair in went out of the room so the next part. He wasn't in the room to hear this. But i somehow understand what is being said between the chinese government reps and the biden campaign reps and basically was what was said. The chinese government rep said. We will help you with twenty twenty election. If you will in turn gives us afghanistan so i mean in our wake up and i'm like oh my gosh i mean the first thing that can my mind was quid-pro-quo right the very thing. The accused trump of in two thousand sixteen with russia. This is what. I literally saw my dream. But it was biden's campaign slash rap slash lawyers talking with chinese government
The Catholic Church: Scandal in the Shadows With Margaret Mary OConnor
"We are excited to have margaret. Mary o'connor with us today. How are you armed doing real good ladies having a year. Yes for so thrilled. Where would you like your story to begin. Well i guess it begins back in the nineteen fifties. When i was a young girl and i was raised in an irish catholic family and there was one incident in particular that regard a birthday gift that my brother paul received that actually brought out the inequality of woman in the catholic church and my mom had bought my brother Replica was a rural cardboard replica of church altar. So i remember bob were so excited. He immediately went behind the altar and assume the row of playing the part of a priest and he told myself and my twin sister pat Bring some chairs in here so we both got a share for ourselves and put him down right in front of the altar in we were like playing the role of parishoners. Well everything was fine until a certain point one. I remember. I stood up. And i told paul basically I wanted to play. The ro as appraised. And i'll never forget what he said he said can't be appraised. Your girl only girl only men. Can you know play their part saw. I basically learned a young age very quickly. That there definitely was a difference As far as you know assuming such a position in our
US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby
"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the
Tulum, Mexico - New Home for the Digital Nomad?
"Won't places. I always loved the travel mexico. Amazing food amazing. People like so many fun things to do and so today. We're talking about a city. That from what i've heard it's primarily like a playground for the rich and famous. It's called to mexico. I've i've always wanted to learn about it and so it's awesome to be able to have you on the show. No i'm really excited about two may be the other side it to learn that you haven't heard as much about okay right on. So what's your connection to the city so during the whole time. I figured out that. I wanted to go and and move in and try somewhere different worker motley so we looked at places that we were able to really dive deeper into experience the culture but also. I'm a big nature guy and we want to be able to go to the beaches and go to snow taes and get out to the forest and stuff and and to really fit the bill for all of that. It has really everything you would want when you go to place vacation but also if you're looking to go longer term consistently have things to do day in day out and so like when you're working remotely obviously you know. I have a lot of friends. That are like kinda digital nomads. And everything else like that was the there are strong internet connection for you throughout your time while you're there or was it like setup for you'd be able to do that remote work i mean it's incredible out there to be completely honest. It's it's built for people that really want to go out there and actually start building a life out there. There's condos constantly popping up but for the most part restaurants on the beach cafes on the beach and then we had an airbnb that we were able to really improve the internet at and they're really focused on that stuff. You look at airbnb. You look at hotels. A lot of them will will actually include what their internet speed is to make. Sure that you're able to work remotely from there. It's definitely big priority for them. That's also even like when i travel. I'm always like working whether it's on the podcast on my blog or whatever so I love having that high speed internet. No it's crazy. Honestly like i had a lot of friends that would go down to beach clubs for the day and they sit there pay thirty bucks for a beach chair with food and drinks and they work from there the entire day. And it's a really cheap way to be able to get the internet. You need if you're going for a week and you just wanna be able to experience the culture and experience the environment while you're out there as well
Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?
"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.
2015 WSOP Champion Andrew Barber on When the Game Clicked for Him
"The realization. You you eventually come to. Which i think put realization every poker player has is like cash is going to be better for my sanity than tournaments If i care about the swings adult and so. I started playing cash. But i had gotten into Omaha hi lo through my experience with with going to reno for mixed games and stuff and i just like fired up like a small stakes six handed omaha hi low table in just clicked. It just clicked the way that i've heard other poker players talk about specific formats where they just they. Just get it and i just seem to get it and i i went from. It was fifty cents a dollar to seventy five one fifty on stars within nine months something like that solely solely playing oma hiwa solely playing omaha. Hi lo still dabbling in like Sitting go stuff and some empty teas. But like i became obsessed with the game. I like i had a poker journal. I was always thinking about the game. I was talking to other people about it. I mean like some of my best poker friends or people that i that i kind of met around this time. We're talked omaha. hi lo with. Why do you think it clicked so much. And i'll follow up question down. The line is also why did mixed games resonate with you so much well. I don't know if everyone's experienced this. But i kinda got bored with simplicity of holdem. I mean i respect that like it is A game that can be Extremely deep And that you can run. Sim after sim episode in different spots. but i think ultimately i didn't like the lack of complexity in strategies And with mixed games you have like you know constant variation like i love playing a multi game mix. Where like the game is changing every orbit. So it's like okay. Let's shift is something new. I think maybe i get bored. Or i liked shifting gears and thinking of the different way but omaha. Hi lo is. I love split park games first of all so like if i were to rank my favorite game split games are going to be at the top of the list. I love the idea that we're like playing two games simultaneously like that's really cool to me. you know it's So there's that i think there's this Maybe a concept that came naturally to me that maybe other struggle with is kind of seeing where my hand is on a spectrum like the weaker your low hand is the sorry. I'm making the Are you relatively familiar with them. A high low. I know the rules of how became operates. Okay so there's there's these trade offs that like the worst year low hand is the better. Your hand has to be and vice versa and just seem to understand where my hand fell on that that distribution You it's not often that you have like the nuts and the high side in the nuts and the low side and especially playing shorthanded or heads up You're gonna have a trash on both ends chair. It's kind of like trying to understand. How does my trash measure up to my opponents trash in what's that might like my optimal strategy here So yeah i really. I took to that in that. I think the game was also like Poised for a Poised for evolution like it was a very people are still playing a very primitive elementary strategy. There was like a little more not pedley back back then. And i was able to take advantage of that that i think i just saw There's maybe an holdem analog. That could be made
Desperate Democrats Appoint Liz Cheney as Vice Chair of Jan. 6 Committee
"Desperate or the democrats. Well they made liz cheney the vice-chairwoman of the january six panel the staunch opponent of president trump liz. Cheney dick cheney's daughter. She will be this week on. The democrat led panel that says it will aggressively probe the roles played by trump and his allies in inciting the infamous attack. Wow
The War in Afghanistan Is Over, but Congressional Oversight Is Just Beginning
"War in afghanistan is over. But congressional oversight is just beginning by elena abramson. America's longest war may have ended but the accountability battles for president. Joe biden's administration are just beginning questions about the biden administrations chaotic exit from afghanistan which resulted in a gruesome terror attack that left thirteen u s. Servicemembers dad are setting up the first big congressional oversight probe off the current white house the by administration had been fielding questions from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle about the afghanistan withdrawal since the august thirty first deadline was set back in april but the requests for documents and testimony ratcheted up after the taliban took control of kabul on august fourteenth and intensified further after the deadly suicide bombing at the hamad karzai airport on august twenty. Sixth the push for accountability is coming from both political parties but differences in approach between democrats and republicans are already setting the stage for a pitched partisan battle for democrats. The fight will reveal whether their loyalties lie with party or with truth after they spent four years criticizing republicans for not conducting rigorous oversight of president donald trump for republicans. This moment marks an opportunity to attack. The biden administration after a series of decisions led to a speedy taliban takeover that put both us citizens and afghans endanger the congressional fight will be waged on both substance and process democrats control both chambers of congress so republicans don't have the power to issue subpoenas or call for testimony on their own and recent years. Congressional oversight typically has involved the president's party basically protecting its quarterback and under investigating its president and over investigating. The other party says. Tom davis a former republican lawmaker. Who chaired the house committee. On oversight and government reform during the george w bush
American Academy of Neurology CEO Mary Post Promotes White Supremacist Agenda
"Here's Mary Post with the American Academy of Neurology cut 17 go at the A. M. We believe, embracing and leveraging our organizational values of inclusion. Diversity, equity, anti racism and social justice, also known as ideas. This is critical for success, and it's an ongoing focus in our pursuit to be indispensable to our members. In 2021, all committee chairs, committee members and our staff. Will receive anti racism education. This is just one example of many commitments that we're putting in place for sustained change. We are resolved to pursue bold action beyond rhetoric and to stand with the communities that we serve to eliminate inequities that are antithetical to our values and the pursuit of our vision and mission. And what are those inequities that you're going to eliminate? That are antithetical to your values in the pursuit of your vision and mission. What are the inequities that you're going to eliminate you dope? And what's the bold action beyond rhetoric? What's that? What is it? No, wait. The poison spreads. It's not enough to be a color blind society. It's not enough to be a free people, all of us. To pursue your interests. No. Any training on racism and segregation. That's what it is. That's what it
New Lawsuit Filed Suing Georgia's Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill
"Clayton county sheriff. Victor hill has been named in a new lawsuit. Alleging los angeles man was beaten severely and put in a restraining chair for approximately four hours while in custody earlier this year at the clayton county jail. Gabriel aries alleges in a federal lawsuit filed monday in us district court in atlanta. That clayton county deputies repeatedly maliciously and violently struck him in the shower area of the jail and then placed in a restraining chair outside the infirmary. The lawsuit says aries was left with brain damage and other significant injuries aries. Who is bipolar and suffers for mood. Disorder had been arrested february fifth at hartsfield-jackson international airport for misdemeanor disorderly conduct and was allegedly combative and shouting racial epithets. To the sheriff's deputies. Along with nine deputies the lawsuit alleges hill violated airy civil rights in his capacity as sheriff it does not allege that the sheriff participated in the
Francisco Lindor, Javier Baez Apologize for Thumbs Down Gesture
"The Mets are playing a game that I believe was postponed yesterday. They're finishing the game today. Javi did not start in the game, so he's be. He was pinch hitting. This is at Citi Field. He comes up to bat and every man, woman and child in there has the thumbs down and booing. If you want to write a funny video, that's awesome. People even brought like the thumbs down Emoji like a big cardboard cut out of it. Yeah, so they could give the thumbs down to boo Javi bias. And then he got hit by a pitch if he if he steals, second and scores on a single and he crosses home plate. I hope he stands up and gives everyone the thumbs down. I think that would be hilarious. You boo me Pull you back. Yep. So one thing happy family that is the latest with Javi Baez here on ESPN chair. Here we go Soak in those beers. It's not that loud. I expected louder because there's not very many people. There's not many people there. It's very empty, but it's very funny to see like a dad and his son both pumps down in New York. Yeah, it's just funny. And I've got no problem with it at all. I have no problem with the Mets fans were booing them to begin with, but he and Francisco Lindor or have in fact apologized. Complete
"vice chair" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"And are therefore highly unlikely to affect the role of the us dollar or require a response with the cbc. Still even with all of this. What has really gotten people's attention is quarrels discussion of stable coins. Something like we said. That's an increasing concern for many in positions of power. So let's read what he has to say about this. Some commentators argue that the united states must develop a cbc to compete with us dollar stable coins. Stable coins are an important development that raised difficult questions for example how would widespread adoption of stable coins affect monetary policy or financial stability. How might stable coins affect the commercial. banking system. do stable coins represented fundamental threat to the government's role in money creation. In my judgment. We do not need to fear stable coins. The federal reserve has traditionally supported responsible private sector innovation consistent with this tradition. I believe that we must take strong. Accounting of the potential benefits of stable coins including the possibility that a us dollar stable coin might support the role of the dollar in the global economy for example a global us dollars stable coin network could encourage use of the dollar by making cross border payments faster and cheaper and it potentially could be deployed much faster and with fewer downsides than a cbc and the concern that stable coins represent unprecedented creation of private money in this challenge. Our monetary sovereignty is puzzling given that our existing system involves indie depends on private firms. Creating money every day now. This doesn't mean in quarrels estimation that there shouldn't be regulation in fact the legitimate recognition of private stable coins would come with more not less legislation quote. We do have a legitimate and strong regulatory interest in how stable coins are constructed and managed particularly with respect to financial stability concerns the pool of assets that access the anchor for a stable coins value. Could if use of the soon became widespread enough create stability risk if it is invested in multiple currency denominations if it is a fractional rather than full reserve if the stable coin-holder does not have a clear claim on the underlying asset or if the pool is invested in instruments other than the most liquid possible principally central bank reserves in short short-term sovereign bonds all of these factors create run risk possibility that some triggering event cause a large number of stable coin holders to exchange their coins all at once for other assets and that the stable coin system would not be able to meet such demands while maintaining a reasonably stable value. But these concerns are imminently addressable indeed. Some stable coins have already been structured to address them when our concerns have been addressed. We should be saying yes to these products rather than straining to find ways to say no indeed the combination of imminent improvements in the existing payment systems. Such as various instant payment initiatives combined with the cross-border efficiency of properly structured stable coins could well make superfluous any effort to develop a cbc. I'd like to just note here if you go back and listen to some of my podcast about cdc's and stable coins. Before that. i have said on at least a couple of occasions that if you look just at a government producing a cbc the us is far behind. If on the other hand you include the use of private us denominated stable coins as an example of this new type of money. The us has an enormous lead. That effectively is what quarles is saying. Here also goes in depth on what he sees is still to unexplored. Risks of cdc. His main points are one that quote a. federal reserve cbc could create considerable challenges for the structure of our banking system. Which currently relies on deposits to support the credit needs of households and businesses to could undermine the value of banks competing for customers three. It could present a huge target for attacks and cyber threats for it would demonstrate the challenge of preventing illicit activities while also respecting writes quote. Maybe challenging to design a cdc that respects individuals privacy while appropriately minimizing the risk of money laundering at one extreme. We could design a cbc. That would require cdc holders to provide the federal reserve detailed information about themselves and their transactions. This approach would minimize money laundering risks but would raise significant privacy concerns at the other extreme. We could design a cbc that would allow parties to transact fully anonymous basis to approach. What address privacy concerns but would raise significant money laundering risks. The fifth and final risk or question that he has is that it could be expensive for the federal reserve to design and maintain this thing so all in all a lot of folks really like this speech to give you just a couple sample reactions. Nick carter tweeted. So why do. I like this talk so much. A number of reasons. First of all he contest the framing of the cbc enthusiasts correctly pointing out the most dollars are digital. He also points out. That most dollars are effectively fed dollars. Go through fdic guarantees on commercial. Bank deposits quarles acknowledges the innovation present in the stable sector while rejecting the notion that they are somehow competitive with central bank dollars. Stabile issuers do not create money stables fiat convertible ones at least are just a wrapper on commercial bank dollars. Quarles is one of the first central bankers. I've seen seriously acknowledge the enormous honeypot risks inherent in cdc and the fact that most likely cbc implementations would massively trade off against user privacy. He doesn't try to force stables into some ill-fitting regulatory mold instead acknowledging their utility while stressing that they can be rendered more credible. Although he doesn't elaborate much in how this would work quarles rejects the framing around the urgency of cdc. I am with him. Foreign countries with a reduced respect for property rights or liberty creating sino. Cdc's cannot and should not motivate us to create something similar at domestic. Cdc must stand on its own merits. One thing i find interesting is that these comments differ significantly from the tone of quarrels colleague. Brainard took a decidedly harsh tones on staples recently encouraging to.
"vice chair" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network
"Vice chair of the federal reserve for supervision as well as the chair of the financial stability board at the one hundred and thirteenth annual utah bankers association convention in sun valley. Idaho gave a speech at the end of june called parachute pants and central bank money. His speeches at core a question about the logic and urgency of a central bank digital currency for the us. His starting point is that the dollar system is already highly digitized. So what he's really interested in is how is he. Bbc would add new benefits or would solve existing problems. He looks first. At the argument that quote the federal reserve should develop a cd to defend the us dollar against threats that would be posed by foreign cdc's on the one hand and the continued spread of private digital currencies on the other with regard to that first part foreign currencies. He says quote. I think it's inevitable that as the global economy and financial system continues to evolve some foreign currencies including some foreign. cdc's will used more and international transactions than they currently are it seems unlikely however that the dollar's status as a global reserve currency or the dollars role is the dominant currency and international. Financial transactions will be threatened by a foreign. Cdc the dollars role in the global economy rests on a number of foundations including the size and strength of the us economy. Extensive trade links between the united states and the rest of the world deep financial markets including for us treasury securities the stable value of the dollar over time the ease of converting us dollars into foreign currencies. The rule of law strong property rights in the united states and last but not least credible. Us monetary policy. None of these are likely to be threatened by a foreign currency and certainly not because that foreign currency is a cbc now with regard to private digital currencies quarrels divides them into stable coins and not stable coins. He is in his analysis. Pretty dismissive of bitcoin's potential to compete with the dollar. Basically saying that it's a novelty quote. Some commentators assert that the united states must develop a cdc to counter the appeal of crypto currencies. This seems mistaken. The mechanisms used to create such crypto acids value also ensure that this value will be highly volatile similar to the fluctuating value of gold which like bitcoin draws a significant part of.
"vice chair" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Part of the challenge associated with this reconstructive property Or paradoxical behavior when you're dealing with populations of these entities so for okay. Yeah so if you're if you're talking about the traditional drug development pipeline you know you you have a peanut of target you investigate that target in a series of in vitro experiments cell cultures new bad gracefully scale up till you know you get to pre clinical animal trials in the try them in humans with each one of those translational steps is a very very long process. You have to make a whole series of inferences and it turns out in general you know. Given the failure rate of most drug candidate molecules. The failure rate is extraordinarily high. So there's this Reversed i call reverse humpty dumpty effect where anger process of doing biomedical research is to take a system apart into its component pieces. But you can't kind of put those pieces back together. In a way that captured captures the richness of the original system in agent based modeling as a way to do that within the computer simulation. Yeah that's pretty interesting. You know so. These types of issues actually exist in financial markets in organizations competition. I stations. I was adviser in the ninety s. And i'll swallow who described Cast this problem right. So because you're functions in the organization. Clinical manufacturing toxicology radio functions. They all have sort of prescriptive functions that day they're trying to minimize maximize and ultimately then you think about aren t process as complex set of things that that need to integrate different things together. We don't really have a good idea. I'll have those things are going to interact with each other and so so similar situation right so we don't really have the expectation what the behavior is going to be being a bunch of components there that we can understand but we don't really know the interactions between the components or in any kind of complex other behavior that might emerge bright in the system because of this complex and so i want to jump into one of the other papers here to make it very practical at entitled examining the controllability of sepsis using genetic algorithms the agent based model of systemic inflammation.
"vice chair" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"You vice chair Clark and chairman Jeffries lazy gentleman the the current house majority was one because we promised to work for the people for the regular working ordinary American people that's who we promise to stick up for and this is a promise that we've been keeping promise to clean up government HR one takes bold steps in that direction we promise to bring down the skyrocketing cost of pharmaceutical medications we've done that we promised to fight the current administration's efforts to dismantle health care for people with pre existing conditions it was astonishing when we learned last spring that the the Attorney General of the United States William Barr decided to throw the full weight of our American justice department behind an effort to invalidate the patient protection and affordable Care Act I was astonished to learn that and when I asked the Attorney General myself what happens if you win the lawsuit what's your plan he said well that's not that's not our department and and vice chair Clark is right now we're talking about upwards of eighty million Americans I've heard as high as a hundred and thirty million Americans with pre existing conditions who are left on tenterhooks well we did while we wait for the fifth circuit and the District Court in that case to sort things out but the the the justice department is pushing to take their protections away it's astonishing with no plan to replace it we've done these things and we have worked for the kitchen table pocketbook issues for ordinary Americans we have passed for the first time in ten years a raise in the minimum wage and we can talk all day about the unemployment rate but what you really want to know about is whether people can clothe and feed and shelter themselves and their families on what they make and what we know is that they have to do it on more than one job unless we raise the minimum wage we've done that we have passed the fair act which helps people in employment situations protect their rights to go to court by invalidating forced arbitration clauses in employment agreements so people with harassment in the workplace issues wage theft issues and a whole range of other people who have had their rights to go to court taken away the fair act Hank Johnson's bill that we passed remedies that situation and we passed the US MCA it after all whole year of Richie kneels tireless efforts to meet with the Mexicans to meet with the Canadians and and strength and what was given to us by the administration take out for example a completely superfluous unnecessary provision that that on naturally jacks up pharmaceutical prices Canada didn't ask for that Mexico did NASA for that who asked for that big pharma asked for it and we took it out to pass you SMCA a bill that helps American workers and American farmers we did that the democratic house so I'm here to say ladies and gentlemen we've done these things these are just examples of the two hundred and seventy five plus bipartisan bills that we have passed out of the house that sit on attended on the desk of senator Mitch McConnell who has vowed not even to look at these things let alone past summer take them up or negotiate them it's a sin what he's doing and he's doing it all with a view toward forwarding this false narrative that this is a do not nothing house it's a do nothing Senate Majority Leader that's what we have and he's proud of it so I'm here to say I'm very proud to have advanced what we promised to do the for the people the gender and I urge senator McConnell do your job I want to turn it over to my co chair Ted lieu of California thank you Catherine cart right in I thank you are chairman Jeffries invites her Clark for having us here today I like millions of Americans I now also have a pre existing condition and I also get my health care through obamacare and the truck ministrations suing to eliminate health coverage for Americans with pre existing conditions and as consummate cart right said if that loss he succeeds they have no plan that means millions of Americans will lose their healthcare coverage including those who rely on it for their pre existing conditions when a per people's lives at stake and their Foraker act does more than cover pre existing conditions that also applies to people who have employer based healthcare and strengthens those plans so before the affordable Care Act you could in fact go bankrupt let's say if you had a cancer diagnosis or something because a lot of money because insurance companies could put in maximum coverage benefits in those employer based health care plans the ACA eliminate that for insurance companies so as a result everyone is covered regardless of what kind of health symptoms that may have a health diseases if that goes away again it puts millions of people's lives at stake and could force him go into bankruptcy so it issued a CA Republicans are also holding out bills that would help lower prescription drug prices and generic drug prices last year the house of representatives passed on a bipartisan basis a large number of bills lower generic drug prices and then we pass HR three which would lower prescription drug prices they're all sitting on center McConnell's desk and when the conclude now about veterans bills so indigent healthcare we've also passed at least twenty five bipartisan veterans bills does that help veterans combat suicide there was no help veterans get jobs in transition easier bills are common sense some of them have Republican sponsors some of them are Republican bills many of them have Republican counterparts in the Senate they're all sitting on Mitch McConnell's desk was simply asking for U. S. Senate to do their job these bills up for a vote and then move the mereka family for it thanks so much for having me here thank you Ted thank you Matt questions.
"vice chair" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The vice chair of the congressional progressive caucus he represents the seventeenth district of California in the US house of representatives con at that house that god is is website and and welcome back congressman you want a fresher thoughts I'm sorry about that read to the point where one of the most egregious things about the public card role is there if you if you flip through and it's a long and lengthy role they actually make a statement in one of the factors you should consider whether or not to allow an immigrant in or not is there a is there well and the reason that you should consider their wealth is because if they don't have enough money van they may become a public burden and my mom literally texted me she said you know we came to this country with two suitcases and we had that that you know and we don't have any money we had about eight dollars and so the amount of people who would not have been allowed into this country over coming through the process if you had a wealth test it would be staggering and it's just it's offensive to everything this country stands for all men Michelle in district heights Maryland Hey Michelle arson count hi there how are you today I'm well I'm not a professor learn something so that's the important I'm sure you're an honorary prevent that's right thank you and thank you congressman comma my my question was really a follow up to the previous remarks about what can be done about all of the cabinet members serving in acting positions and my question is would it be possible to craft legislation that says that no cabinet member can suffer for a period of longer than say ninety days in an acting position without being brought for confirmation before the Senate that's a good idea I mean I I I think it's worth exploring I mean the challenges the ban how do we get some of these folks that confirmed yet not have a people who are just extreme ideologues like who comes putting in their and having them have to go through Senate confirmation after a certain number of days I mean I think that a a reasonable at proposal mark in San Francisco mark we have just a minute to a minute after the break a quick question please yes you know the Republicans always say these tax cuts will pay for themselves and they never do and I'd like to have the Democrats respond by saying we have to undo these tax cuts that you do not put it on the middle class and the poor to pay form did you know there's we have nothing left to give the middle class is broke everywhere I looked there there too our deficits which the Republicans railing answer because by three things three main things and it's not what they lead you to believe it is it's not social security or Medicare the three causes of heart current deficit first it was the bush tax cut which was largely geared to people who were in the one percent proline and a half dollars and it was the war in Iraq and Afghanistan which is cut to Scully into dollars and then it's in the comp tax cuts which was again geared towards the one percent that is the entire deficit and that money could have gone instead to healthcare you could have gone to education it could have gone to infrastructure it could have gone into job creation he could have gone into a tax credit for working class Americans like the earned income tax credit.
"vice chair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The former vice chair of Lehman Brothers says banks should get ready for the next crisis I think financial crises are endemic to the capitalist system there's a fundamental problem in the growth of globalization and with former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on her new book find your way on Lee shore power and highest potential well my experience is that leaders are made not born all this and more coming up in the next hour media merger Viacom and CBS are reuniting after thirteen years in a long awaited eleven point seven billion dollar deal Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn spoke with the man who will lead the combined company bought back ishe curious as to the couple of days that brought you to this point you ended up striking a deal at point five nine six two five a CBS share did you come down to meet CDS hello we're thrilled that we announce the combination of Viacom C. B. as creating a leading global multi platform premium content company when you look at the assets that unites you know the power house CVS of broadcasters station operators syndicators studio with Paramount Pictures one of the most storied studios in Hollywood a set of global brands in pattern a Nickelodeon MTV and Comedy Central B. ET the really shaped culture for four years Simon Schuster forcing consumer publishing and of course show time a premium service that's really push the boundaries of storytelling so we've created incredible asset base now this was a deal that was negotiated by two special committees that went through a very diligent and thoughtful process and again I think the critical thing is we got the deal done because it positions us to do great things going forward no question it's a phenomenal deal for both sides and clearly there was willingness on both sides to get it done somehow yet there are some shareholders that are a little bit numb posts that Viacom isn't valued more in this field are you belly for example threatening to sue could you have come up would CBS have given in eventually again this is a deal the negotiations conducted by two special committees of independent directors what you need to focus on is the value creation potential and here these are two companies that were there validate particularly low multiples a lot of that was due to the uncertainty that was hanging over them including the steel and also a lack of clarity on the path forward we talked and started talking about a three part growth strategy you know really building of a significant TTC business through the combination.
"vice chair" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Last year to begin proceeds because there's ample evidence that should be having this debate in congress at the for the American people over thirty of the president's close associates already been indicted by the court campaign chairman is in prison. Don't tell me there's not enough to debate here with Mauri action. WBZ's Laurie Kirby spoke with congresswoman Katherine Clark, with fifth district. Long pastime that this president put the American people, I one of the areas that we know that we can work together to make a real difference in families at homes, wives is infrastructure, and it is irresponsible that he is. His desire to keep information from congress to block and try and cover up his actions. He, he has a responsibility as well. And he is not only impeding Congress's right to this information. But now he's using it as an excuse to not do the work of the American people, and the work that he was elected to do. And it's outrageous. Hey is obstructing our democracy. Were you at that meeting was speaker Pelosi earlier today? I know she met with democratic caucus where you privy to any of that. I was not able to attend most of that meeting, but we have been in my role as vice chair of the caucus in, in contact with our members, and I can tell you that the there may be a difference on timing and tactics. But there is widespread support throughout the caucus that it is our constitutional responsibility to hold this president accountable, and we are going to do that. Does that include impeachment? What we're going to do is make the case for the public people for the public and ensure that we have the facts out in, you know, the one month since we've had the molar report, we have been met with a stone, wall by this administration and just yesterday. With Don Mcgann. Who is a private citizen chose allegiance to this president over his legal responsibilities to appear with a subpoena. So as we have said, all options around the table, we had a big legal victory in the courts this week that shows our strategy of going to the court to back up, our constitutional right to have this information and provide oversight for the American people of this administration. So we are going to stick to our course, we are not going to be fully by this president. And we are going to take very seriously. Our article one Gatien's congresswoman, Katherine Clark, with the fifth district, speaking WBZ's, Laurie Kirby. Now she's the vice chair of the caucus, then met with speaker Pelosi behind closed doors earlier today. She says there may be a difference on timing and tactics. But there is why. Spreads support throughout the democratic caucus that it is their constitutional responsibility to hold President Trump accountable. Remember, you can take WBZ with you wherever you go. All you have to do is download the iheartradio app. Works, great to search WBZ. And you've got us with you,.
"vice chair" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. We have obstruction with Hillary. And none of these people ever talk about that. They are just they had the biggest phoney hypocrites, and they get away with it because the media loves them to death. But anyway, go ahead play the other part per hasn't. Exactly been rabid partisan on this and tell the last couple of weeks, he's been working very closely with the Democrats. So why do you think he's wrong? Well, I think he's wrong. Mark Warner the vice chair of the committee the Senate also disagrees with that assessment. But look you can see evidence in plain sight on the issue of collusion. Pretty compelling evidence. Now, there's a difference between sing evidence of collusion and being able to prove criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt. But miss chairman for a different word for it. Okay. So then you go. So the last time you called Nadler and ship in the rest of them, by the way, have you ever called Maxine Waters office at Askar come on. Well, she doesn't like it. When I reclaim time. On my time. Reclaim it can reclaim it. A McLane me by the time. Same time. Harry part is that these this is the best America us. We we we got full shifts. We Maxine Waters. It's it's a nightmare, by the way. What do they seize offices say when you because we've? Adler insure me because they don't believe in answering people that don't agree with everywhere. Offered the four hours one hour television, three hours of radio. None of them come on. Nope. I want them to maybe they'll call me before their committee because I got a thing or two for them. Oh, yeah. I'm sure they will with bated breath awaiting. Oh, you know, what are your sources? Well, the. This certainly not yours Mr. Schiff because the only one in America, the we have dead on accurate. Evidence of colluding as you I'm sticking to it. I think that he should not get his paycheck until he produces this evidence that he has misled the American people to believe he possesses if you possess it by all means show, the American people all means, you're very New York today. What happened to do? You know, I've had enough. No, it does come out more when you're tired. This is very Trump full on Philly, New York, my poor son last night. He did not sleep Boeing. Oh, whatever. Oh, thank you for your sympathy. Then oh, well to be honest at your fault, the kid doesn't sleep. Well. Thank you very much. You want to know why her faults right right in a mother's day. It's gonna tell you why is your phone because and everyone in the studio can attest to this. Because this is what a phone conversation is like with you. When your home, Linda, let's got to ask you about where we are with this. I got one. Liam liam. What did mommy say? What? What did? Mommy, say, okay. Juan somewhat. What do you read one? Three. And then Liam what did I say? What happens when mommy gets the three? It seems in my life to me. This is clearly this is the theme of my life one. And you why don't you ever just get to three do it?.
"vice chair" Discussed on Remso Republic
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"vice chair" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"And Furthermore, you look like you're twelve why would anyone ever higher twelve year old to cover the news? So basically beat it get lost. You have no shot. And he just ranted at me. And it was at that moment. I was like petrified. I'm sure I didn't say anything. I was just too shocked, but I hung up the phone, and I don't know if it was immediately. But soon thereafter is like, well, wait a minute. This guy doesn't know me. He doesn't know what I made of. And it kinda brought out resiliency in me, and frankly, maybe a resilient sated, no hack. I called him every day. And I'm I'm especially that I was really shy person. But there was just something like you. I wanna have a hearing. I want you to acknowledge I exist. So one of the things that I'm fascinated by is you just said, you're shy person. And you've talked a lot about being an introverted leader. And that's been a big inspiration to Danielle. And I because our team never believes this, but we're actually both really shy people. And I think the heart one of the hardest things in doing our jobs is. Being kind of putting yourself out there to constantly meet new people to be the face of your brand or be the leader that that rallies people. And what I'm asking to by as you know, we always say we were producers for reason like it was hard for us. We didn't want to be on camera. But like you actually wanted you were trying to get a reporter job. So how do you reconcile the shyness in you to kind of aggressively pursuing role? It's a great question. I had no idea that I'd actually have to perform do that in front of the camera. Honestly back then I think I thought there were only two jobs in television, you either in front of the camera or the camera person. I had no idea until I ended up getting to NBC seeing just the range of things. So I don't think I thought that far ahead to be honest. You are no longer the the novice wannabe reporter it worked out for you little bit so Lakas through how you when you got your first leadership position when you got to NBC like how did that happen? Yeah. Well, I my first leadership position came when I actually I left NBC because I had a really. Jerk for a boss, and he was what I call a classic gatekeeper. And after trying a lot of different things to say can we work differently? Basically, it was like what are you know? And I left and went to C N N Turner. That was my first leadership job where I got to oversee a team. I think there were eight of us, and I didn't know what I was doing. It was you know, it was daunting that was my first leadership job. And there was no training manual. I none of the media companies. I work for frankly, in retrospect, did anything really to train you as a manager of people. You just kinda had to figure it out. I think that's so interesting. Your path is you've done you've had so many different roles who started off as like wanting to be a reporter than you went into comes role than obviously g into marketing marketing, and then as vice chair, I actually don't really know what that means. Let's start what is vice chair yet? Well, I it it g vice show was as much a recognition of a career path every vice chair has a different portfolio. Mine was business innovation which meant I was. I was there to lead. New new new businesses so businesses either we invested in seeded or turned around so looking for new revenue from new sources and marketing was my path to get there. So from communications really became promotion, especially in the news world, you're promoting people to watch your news. And from there got into advertising and marketing, and that that became a path to innovation it may sound strange because most people think of marketing is just what you do at the end. It's the ad. It's the trade show when in fact for us the opportunity was to bring marketing to the beginning. It was about the insights in the market. Where's the market going? So became a trend job. It became a innovation job pretty quickly. Because hey, we have existing things. We can just target them to new customers. We can drive revenue anew way. So it was pretty it. Sounds like it would be weird..
"vice chair" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Why you should care if someone new joins the Federal Reserve Board? I'm David Brancaccio in New York. I like to point out that the policy decision, the single policy decision that affects every woman man and child in America is when the fed changes the cost of borrowing by fiddling with interest rates. So it's relevant. I think to all of us when the Federal Reserve gets not just a new board member, but a new vice chair. Richard Clarita is was confirmed by the Senate yesterday he's an academic unlike fed chair. Jerome Powell marketplace's, Nancy. Marshall. Genzer has more Richard Clarita is managing director at depan firm pimco. He's also an economics professor at Columbia University. Clarita was an assistant Treasury Secretary during the administration of George W Bush. He's researched monetary policy, interest rates and exchange rates as fed vice chair. He'll be second in command to fed chair. Jerome Powell who has extensive experience in the financial markets, but not academe like pow Clarita is expected to support. It more interest rate hikes, which President Trump has said. He's not thrilled with chirp. Powell has said repeatedly that the fed makes interest rate decisions based on what's right for the economy, not politics, but President Trump will leave his Mark on the fed board. He'll appoint six out of seven members in his first term. Three of his nominees have been confirmed. Two more are waiting, and there's still one more open seat. Marketplace's, Nancy, Marshall genzer on the fed beat out of our Washington bureau. Now, let's do the gross domestic product. Yeah, there's news. The US economy grew at a four point, two percent annualized growth rates spring into summer. That's a slight upward revision of what was already a strong quarter. David, Kelly is chief global strategist at j. p. Morgan funds. He says, fine, but has his sights firmly on the current quarter is great to see a quarter of four point, two percent growth. I mean, basically the American economy's a tortoise. Now you had, you know, got this burst of sugar and did a bit of sprinting in the second quarter. We've got this four point, two percent growth, but when we look at what's going on in the third quarter, you know, housing starts is so down. Auto sales basically stole dad. So I think rose going to return to about two percent for the third quarter. So you know a little bit of a sprint out of the economy here, but I don't think it's gonna last since you stay. So essentially we should perhaps for guard the spring into summer quarter second quarter as kind of a fluke. Yes, I think so. I mean, we had some very weird trade numbers which which contributed a lot to this. Now we actually think the trades going to be a drag on the economy going forward. As as our imports go up more than our exports. So I think the economy is so down again, but that's okay. You know, this is an old expansion two. We're in its tenth year, so I really don't want the economy to run to house right now. If it did, we'd have more problems. All right. And we're in that second half David Kelly at j.p Morgan funds. Thank you. Anytime..
"vice chair" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"Committee member to very quickly vice chair of committee to now the chair of committee now on the executive committee of the entire institute and and that's been an awesome adventure you know in an along the way i've done some other nonprofits have been great and then to crossover to the corporate side has just been unbelievable you know when i got elected thinks i became the youngest black woman to serve on a corporate and and i want more of that and i want younger and i think where i am in my career is those things were great to hear twenty years ago when i hear them now i don't think they're awesome it anymore i don't feel pride i feel like i wanna see ten twenty thirty of me across all different boards and i want us all to talk and share information about how do we do but being the only one you know in two thousand eighteen isn't okay like it's not not it's not in i think my generation to be honest there there is this feeling of being the one being the only was so awesome the older i get the more i think i'm now in that as of my career i'm like hold up this is an awesome we need to do whatever we need to do to put more of us and it's not just about saying i want more black women here it's like i want as much diversity in a room as possible because it creates diversity of thought i think we always just get to the first level of physical diversity right but is it really diverse when everyone on the board is like multi millionaires who are going to go have the same like palm beach vacation ago the same have no it's really not you know what when you're you know one of the things i appreciate most of my company right now is like age diversity right and hearing a young person talk about their experience and then being able to talk to someone who's in their fifties or sixties about their experience in for me to glean from both parties and and so i think boards have to do more of that you really need different opinions that that will make a company better and so you know i i love my board work i'm learning about things i never thought i would ever learn about it so my girlfriend's talk about being pregnant and things that happen i'm like oh i've got a product for you anything about this before july you know i just think things that allow me to learn more great and so and and where i can really add value and not for me is what's important at this stage in my adding value and i think entrepreneurs always whether or not japan moore aside hustler awan tra preneurs.
"vice chair" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"The senate intelligence committee released a report last month on its investigation into allegations that russia interfered in the us electoral process and the senate report makes the case that the leak of the top secret nsa document published last year by the intercept helped state officials around the nation begin to address the threat of russian interference in american voting systems as my colleague jim reisen wrote quote it is a remarkable and paradoxical assertion from government that is used the full force of the law to pursue reality winner for allegedly sharing the document with news organization jim continues the committee's conclusions offer strong support for the argument that disclosing the document was in the public interest yet that report does not mention reality winner's name and some on the intelligence committees have publicly supported her prosecution they include the vice chair of the senate intelligence committee democrat mark waugh owner listen to senator warner the day after the original intercept story was published last year first of all it's very disturbing when any nsa documents are leaked and whoever's the leaker should be pursued to the full extent of the law but then he proceeds to analyze its assertions but it does show one more example of this concerted russian effort to interfere in our elections and calls for declassification of more documents we need to classify more of that information so that americans can fully appreciate how broad and farreaching this russian attempt to interfere and our most basic democratic process not to relitigate 2016 but to make sure that we're prepared in twenty eight team because none of these actions from the russians stopped on election day that was virginia democratic senator mark warner vice chair of the senate intelligence committee and we have new reporting from the intercepts sam biddle.
"vice chair" Discussed on Acquired
"On sandhill road in silicon valley was where powerpoint was developed it all comes full circle all right we will dive in more but before we do that listeners if you like the show if you've been listening for a while if you're new and you happen to like this episode either way we would love review on apple podcasts it helps us grow the show and it helps us create more great content so please take a moment you can in fact you could even pause right now and do it we don't mind seriously if you are new to the show you can check out our slack at acquired dot fm and i would like to thank the sponsors of all of season two perkins kui council two great companies we have with us today gina ivan a vice chair of the firm wide mergers and acquisitions practice so gina on the show inept sewed such as lincoln and exact target we've talked about companies considering multiple buyers can currently do buyers typically do the same thing when talking to multiple potential targets at the same time and how far does this process typically go yes but not in the same way buyers who are serial acquires whether they're financial or their strategic they have an acquisition strategy that requires them to be looking for targets all the time so they're looking at more companies and they'll actually acquire but they're typically looking at each target for a specific need and it's less common that they're looking at multiple companies for need that they intend to eventually satisfy with a single acquisition so it's not like a target that will ultimately choose only one buyer an acquire may do some initial due diligence on a company decide it's not the right fit and then decided this engage if they enter into an ele with a potential target though the buyer typically intends to acquire absent any new issues that they might discover through duediligence or negotiations going south thanks gina and thanks for the foreshadowing on this episode if you wanna learn more about perkins coup or reach out to gina specifically you can click the link in the show notes or in the slack so david we had much teasing of the plot ahead in the intro do you wanna take us in.
"vice chair" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Now to the ongoing struggle to craft a health care reform bill in the ussenaterepublican lawmakers are scrambling to draft a new version of their bill before leaving washington for the july4th recess a short time ago i spoke with senatorroyblunt the missouri who is vice chair of the senaterepublican conference i began by asking where the efforts to find compromise stand right now other each challenging and challenged uh we'll see what happens but this is a difficult topic touches every american family in the more more members of the senate and house both know about it i think the harder it is to reach that conclusion you'd like to get well there are reports as you know news reports that the majorityleadermitchmcconnell is trying to come up with accommodations to appeal to both sides of this argument to moderate republicans one of the stories is that he's considering keeping the tax on high income individuals in order to pay for more of the gaps in medicaid coverage and by the way the congressionalbudgetoffice as saying the cuts to medicaid are going to be much deeper than thought in in the future years welli think the what they're saying is in the second 10 years have even more substantial savings are member there are no cuts to medicaid every year and medicaid you spend more money than you spent the year before under this plan but the growth is not as great as it would be if you continue to pay for instance 100 for single abe able bali's dolts we've got a plan here we're the states were said we're told look it will pay a hundred percent for able bodied single adults thoroughly gonna pay an average of 52 for mothers and their young children now there's something wrong with the way that system is put.
"vice chair" Discussed on Recode Replay
"I have full confidence in the nfl they're a great organization in we love our football as someone who's investing one football what do you think about twitter and now amazon playing around football and everyone expects when these deals come up in a couple of years that you probably see amazon apple google facebook all making bids for these games that you traditionally have shown can you compete with those guys resports route you're talking to be about the experience around content so absolutely and by the way we had the nfl tied up for very long time so i'm not a long time you use right it's pretty who are out there are very much out there but i think it's not just content experience around the content i think we have great broadcasts i think we have great visuals i think that's going to continue to evolve with the technologies out there so i do believe that the experience at cbs springs is gonna make really matter guys heeded the bird amazon twitter and an amazon or take your broadcasts and redistributing them and getting credit for for broadcasting mogamed which it you're broadcast will it is our broadcast that life is in perfect you have to make the best with what you're given trust me i've learned that very upbeat what's ask if we have questions of the reserve other ones from this red zone share the question about nfl and the live sporting events do you see an interactive component that the networks will embrace to bring kids in or keep them there longer now i think that it is going to be more interactive you're gonna whether you're doing it on one device you're doing it on multiple devices people are going to do that but you know you heard steve say yesterday to you know there's something great about go into football you want to wait until you don't move what it's all about which is watching the game so right now i think it's a little complicated with the technology that's out there to bring olive it into the viewing experience but i do believe that will evolve with time as will the viewing of other content not just sports.
"vice chair" Discussed on Recode Replay
"Well as a major nfl fan i think that the anniversary i if you can't guess from the accident you take your achievement ready for there is a particular team rooting for and it is the new england patriots so i happen to be with the right team at the right time but i should say i've had season tickets since 1980's six so i've been through the tough years but i i think that the it got confusing for the consumer with the nfl last year i think they were on too many networks they started to commoditisation experience and not really keep it you know is something that was really special on sundays on thursday's you didn't know what network it was found on i think they had a lot of social issues that they were dealing with whether it was the concussion issue a domestic violence made a big mistake taking tom brady out of the four games at the beginning of the year is out there who weren't playing and i think that you know for the league that wasn't necessarily a good decision cbs by the way is one of the companies pushing thursday night football is good but you have told me play isn't it they if you really want from me if i wanna watch the patriots i will always find where they are if it's thursday night and there's not a particular game i'm watching the first thing i'm gonna do is say hey let me watch thursday night football but if i see something on my way to the football game i might not watch that so i think for it just got too much too many stations too many networks and i do believe that some of the stars weren't there in the beginning of the year but i think it's a great franchise it's going to get stronger i heard that the games are longer that taking a look at that that taking a look at the refereeing process that taking a look at making some more changes in the game to speed it up.