35 Burst results for "Vice Chairman"
Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?
"So I want to jump into this. I've never heard of the Tennessee volunteer military academy. This is what grades 6 through 12. Yes, currently gray 6 two 12. We petitioned with the Memphis Shelby county schools to be able to open up fall of 23, 24, and now we're just waiting back for that approval. All right, so my understanding is that you've been getting some blowback over this to some extent. What's going on, why the problem? Well, one of the problems that we currently have in our city is that there are a lot of individuals doing the exact same things from public schools, charter schools, and now we have something different, which is a full-time ROTC military charter academy. So from that mindset, everyone thinks that we're going to militarize our children. So, and that's my understanding here, the chairman of the local Republican Party was jumping into this because the school board denied the school because of concerns that you were guys were going to want to create a militia or something. Well, not necessarily a militia, but to a point where they weren't quite familiar with how we would actually perform. So yes, Kerry von did get involved and also mister John du Barry, the senior adviser to governor Lee is also on our board. So we're in compliance, now we're just waiting for approval.
Did You Know John Fetterman Is the Chairman of State Board of Pardons?
"John Solomon's just the news had a big article about the Democrat candidates who are now nervously and frantically flip flopping on all of their radical positions, trying to walk back how radical they are in time for the midterm election in 47 days. This race in Pennsylvania, while what a doozy, this John fetterman, and Doctor Oz, that race, fetterman, I love the fact that you know that John fetterman, the guy with the hoodie and the tattoos, he's the lieutenant governor, you knew that, right? Did you know he's chairman of the state's board of pardons? No wonder Philly is in so much trouble. No wonder they're struggling in Pittsburgh with crime. Fetterman's letting them all out. How'd you like him to be the director of the state's board of pardons? Does he wear his hoodie? At a parole hearing? Talk about a star chamber from hell. John Federer, yeah, go. You killed, you slaughtered 9 people and you buried him in the backyard. Be free. You were misunderstood as a child. Social justice reform.
Fed attacks inflation with another big hike and expects more
"The Federal Reserve has announced another big interest rate hike and expects to make more in the fight against stubbornly high inflation For a third straight meeting the fed boosted its key rate by three quarters of a point to the highest level in 14 years We were taking forceful and rapid steps and chairman Jerome Powell says the fed would want to be very confident inflation is moving down to its 2% target before considering halting the hikes We're not at that level In making borrowing more expensive the goal is to slow economic growth enough to tame inflation without triggering a recession The so called soft landing No one knows whether this process will lead to a recession or if so how significant that recession would be But most economists say they think the steep hikes will lead to a full blown recession late this year or early next Sagar Meghani Washington
Former Political Prisoner, Paul Manafort, Share His Story
"People know your story from afar. Tell it to us in your own words. Well, it's exactly as you just said. I mean, in 19 2016, I was targeted by the deep state, not really I don't believe we get me, although they did buy that. But really, to get Donald Trump, they thought that by coming after me, as his campaign chairman, that in order to get out of harm's way, I would agree to their narrative and particular Andrew weisman scenario who worked for bob Mueller. That Donald Trump and the campaign was colluding with Vladimir Putin and Russia. I wouldn't do it and they brought all the powers of the state in the deep state down on me. Yeah, and they target you out as trying to be almost this symbol, if you will. Of someone to Donald Trump. So in here and kind of the summer year book, political prisoner persecuted prosecuted not silenced. It talks here that they tried their best to have you turn on president Trump and you refused. Can you talk about that? Yeah, to do so, I would have had to lie. And there's no way I was going to do that. But Andrew weissmann had this crazy theory that he had totally made up. He did take a disparate facts that were true facts. And then created a timeline of knowledge that would try and put Trump ahead of the hacking of the DNC server and then authorizing through me to Roger Stone, to Carter page, the release by WikiLeaks of the dumps from the DNC acts that occurred in July and in October. The only problem with that is none of it was true. Number one, Trump didn't have advanced knowledge like weissen claimed he did. Number two, you know, I wasn't talking to Roger Stone about any of this. And number three, we had no connection to WikiLeaks or the DNC hack.
Sebastian Talks Breaking News With Devin Nunes, CEO of Truth Social
"Himself in battle against the deep state as chairman of the intelligence committee of the House, and now he runs truth, social congressman, chairman, president, CEO, Devin Nunes, welcome in studio. C that's it is a pleasure, honestly, to be here. You've invited me for so many years and it's great to see your Millennium Falcon, all your Star Wars paraphernalia around here. You got your red phone. I mean, it's great. I think we have a similar vintage, so I think you can appreciate all the stuff that my wife will like me to get out of the house and stuff my studio full of. But my wife would like for me to get all this stuff out of the house. You have to get a show insane and then we have to build your studio and then we can fill it. All right, I'm glad we've got a sense of humor because in Reagan's tradition we have to be happy warriors. I can't butt start with the news to shocking items that we have we have Steve Bannon mentioned this last week after he has to go to New York he was on the show with us after he walked out of that indictment in New York that dozens of people associated with president Trump being ambushed being subpoenaed by the DoJ. We have the confirmation today, 44 zero, including our regular friend here, Boris Epstein, who is a lawyer to president Trump had his phone, his phone taken away from him by the federal authorities. And then as you're walking into the studio with your colleague, we find out that danchenko, the notorious danchenko sauce with the Steele dossier, thanks to Durham filing. We now know he's an FBI informant. Did you know all of this? Did you know the subpoenas were coming danchenko was a plant? I have to have your response. Well, I think that let's take the danchenko stuff first and we can come back to the other subpoenas that Steve Bannon mentioned. But this is really breaking news right now. It's only a few hours old, Durham went to unseal some findings and in that, just to remind the audience, danchenko was the super secret Russian source that when we were investigating this, everybody said, oh, these people are going to die. These are sources that are close to Putin, Putin could off of a minute minute and it ends up sea bass that he was like within a few blocks of here. Yeah, it was a
The Great Reset: COVID and Climate
"When I'm willing to be humiliated, Mark. When did you know there was a great reset taking place? Great question. This is actually this phrase was only first uttered by the chairman of the World Economic Forum. In 2014. So don't feel too bad. That exact phrase. However, the concept of the great reset. In other words, rule by the expert class by an expert tocracy by the administrative state by a managerial class really began in earnest in the United States. The quest for it during Woodrow Wilson's administration. So it's been around in the old days. It could have been called the new world order, but that, of course, had more to do with foreign policy, I think, and national sovereignty. This essentially really came to fruition in March of 2020 when the COVID lockdowns hit. The global institutions and the progressive left love the idea of politicians having this much power. And in June 2020, the chairman of the World Economic Forum, which meets every year in Davos, announced a great reset was necessary a rare, narrow window of opportunity by which to reset the world reset capitalism using COVID and climate.
Dinesh Welcomes Zuny Tarrio, Mom of Proud Boys Leader Enrique Tarrio
"I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast Sunni tarrio. She's the mom of Enrique Henry tarrio. He's the leader of the group that is known as the Proud Boys. Sunni, welcome to the podcast. Thank you for joining me. This is a pretty serious situation because you've got your son incarcerated along with some of these other Proud Boys and facing charges that seem to me to be just downright ridiculous, which is charges of conspiracy, I assume conspiracy to overthrow the government. And yeah, as far as I can see, your son Enrique was an even in Washington, D.C. on the day of the January 6th. He wasn't even there. So I'd like you to tell your story and tell Enrique's story from your point of view. So we can understand a little better what is really going on here. Mister de Sosa, first I'd like to thank you. It's really an honor to be on your podcast. Your great with RJ sixers with this cause. So we really want to appreciate you even listening to us. Enrique tarrio is my son. He was an ex chairman for the Proud Boys. Has now been incarcerated for a 175 days. Of which not only me, but none of the mothers have been able to see their sons. Children have not been able to see their fathers. They have been given no bond. They have been given actually stripped of all the rights. And just to think that these men that had no arms were trying to overthrow the government is just like a ridiculous thing from any point of view. Enrique was not even in D.C. on January 6th. He had been taken on custody the day before. So he wasn't even there. You know, these guys are fathers, husbands, brothers that have missed up children's birthdays that have missed, and we could just missed his grandmother's funeral last week. So this is a very hurtful situation and again, it's a very scary and serious situation. And that's how we see it.
Global shares higher on Wall Street rise, Fed Chair comments
"Global markets are higher I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Global stocks are up in early trading today as comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve chairman assured markets that interest rate increases will likely be within expectations Shares gained in France Britain and Germany Benchmarks finished higher in Japan Australia and China China has been releasing a slew of economic data with more expected next week Interest is high because of how China's zero COVID policy has impacted economic activity in the world's second largest economy Investors are eyeing interest rates as the European Central Bank made its largest ever rate increase to fight inflation The chair Jerome Powell reaffirmed the U.S. Central Bank's commitment to keeping rates high to get inflation under control I'm Lisa dwyer
Legal Group Asks IRS to Audit AFT's Political Spending
"There was a filing today by the landmark legal foundation of which I am chairman But I had nothing to do with this The president Pete hutchison and the fantastic staff our buddy Mike our buddy Matt and so forth With the Internal Revenue Service and others who oversee our tax laws And here's the beginning This I think will really draw your interest and attention It's a complaint that's filed with the Internal Revenue Service Against the American federation of teachers Landmark legal foundation requests the Internal Revenue Service investigate the conduct and tax filings of the American federation of teachers AFT The AFT one of America's largest labor unions posting a membership at 1.6 million people devotes considerable resources to political campaign activities In election years AFT leadership spends a great deal of time advocating for the election of political candidates Evidence presented in this complaint shows that during election years campaigning for AFT endorsed candidates may be the primary activity of AFT leadership In 2016 for example AFT president Randy weingarten published hundreds of tweets urging the public to vote for Hillary Clinton And publicizing the many political activities sponsored by AFT to support misses Clinton's presidential campaign
Sen. Rick Scott Rebuts McConnell's Pessimism About 'Candidate Quality'
"Joining us now is someone who I believe is a leader. He's led companies led to state of Florida, one of the best states in the country. And he has been calling out Senate Republican leadership for not leading in a rather eloquent op-ed senator Rick Scott from Florida joins us. Senator, welcome back to the program. Thank you for joining us. I'm going to play a piece of tape here that quite honestly infuriated me. And I think it really upset you as well and I'll let you react. Play cut 44 Mitch McConnell. There's probably a greater likelihood of the house flips than the center. Senate races are just different. They're statewide. Quality has a lot to do with the outcome. Senator Scott, why is the leader of the Republican Senate saying that we might not win the Senate? What the heck is going on here? Well, first off, a lot of the Washington crowd, a lot of the Washington crowd, but what they want to do is they want to pick the candidates. The voters pick the candidates and actually if you look at it, we got great candidates. I'm the chairman of the national Republican senatorial committee. We have got great hands around the country. Look at JD Vance. Here's a guy that did a movie about his life and he understands the problems of addiction. I world renowned surgeon and best talk show host in healthcare in the world. You've got Herschel Walker won the high school profile successful business guy. We got a little bit of people. So we got support them.
The Beginning of 'Trump's Virtues' by Tom Klingenstein
"Listening to what was being said Thomas clung and Stein is the chairman of the institute I don't believe I've ever met him Perhaps I did many decades ago But he gave a short address It was short address In July That was sent to me by a friend and it caught my attention I don't always listen to these but I listen to this And I think it's going to be a wonderful treat for you So we're going to start the program with this We'll have to take a break then we'll complete it And then we'll jump in with both feet But I think this is a very very important very important statement So call the family around if he can turn your cars or in your trucks just put the volume up here we go cut 28 Go Many leading Republicans and conservatives want someone other than Donald Trump to run for president in 2024 They say we need someone with Trump's virtue But without his vices fair enough but this formulation does not get us very far unless we have a proper accounting of his virtue Other Republicans say some version of I like Trump's policies but I don't like the rest of him This gets it almost backward Although Trump advanced many important policies it is the rest of him that contains the virtue that inspired the movement Trump was born for the current crisis The life and death struggle against a totalitarian enemy I call woke communism
Paul Manafort Joins Dinesh to Discuss New Book 'Political Prisoner'
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast for the first time. Really a legend in the field of political consulting, campaigns. This is Paul Manafort. He was campaign chairman for Donald Trump in 2016, but he has a long and distinguished career before that. He worked for 40, worked for Reagan. This is going back to the 70s and 80s. And he also founded the firm black Manafort and stone, he was targeted by the by the government, and that's what we're going to talk about his new book is called political prisoner, political prisoner, Paul, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for joining me. You have had quite a career, and yet this did not stop the DoJ, the FBI from going after you. This was supposedly part of the Mueller investigation and investigation that ended up saying that there was no Russia collusion, but nevertheless it seems to me like they wanted some casualties. And you became one of those. I want you to kind of walk us through how all this played out because I want people to understand the way in which a, you know, an ostensibly neutral and fair system can be manipulated to very unjust results. So I want you to tell your story. Thank you, delish. I appreciate that. And the reason I wrote my book was really twofold, one was to tell the story as just that. Because when I was going through the crucible, I was I had a gag order on me. I was putting solitary confinement for 11 months. And the government continued to leak out a bunch of negative stories. All of which were untrue basically. To convict me in the court of public opinion, way before I ever had my trial. And so I wanted to get the truth out, but I also wanted to make a broader point than myself, which was that when I finished this book in the end of last year, so I had the full first year of the Biden administration covered in the book. Because my concern was, and my warning in the book is that I was a target, but I wasn't the real put target. The real target at that time was Donald Trump, and they were coming after me to try and give them Donald Trump, which I would have had to lie to give them what they wanted. And I wasn't going to do that.
Kash Patel Will Never Stop Putting Out the Truth
"A former assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI who now gets paid by the swamp to talk on TV shows nobody watches got Frank fig Lucy who had this to say on a radio program about somebody called cash. Cash Patel better get an attorney soon because cash Patel is the guy saying, I knew all about this standing declassification order. I know all about it. Oh, good. You'll be telling a grand jury about that process, cash. Are you afraid cash of this individual? Now, since he seems to have the same approach to everything else as the fake news mafia and the corrupt FBI agents has, which is to lie and put on a disinformation campaign. As I said publicly, it's been reported that there was a standing order. And so I believe that to be accurate because it was made by journalists who report accurately. But this Joker is in the same boat as the other crooks that were terminated from government service as a result of my Russia gate investigation that I led with chairman Nunes. The same people calling for me to get a lawyer. Let's just put it on display. Peter strzok, Andy mccabe, Andrew weissman, and whoever this nobody is with a fancy title in government are all people whose glorified FBI I destroyed because I put out the truth. And I will never stop doing that. And most of these guys got fired because of my investigation. So it's amazing that some guy in a T-shirt given some podcasts at the JV puff powder parade is online telling me to get a lawyer. If it takes, if it comes to that for me to tell the American people the truth, I did it for the Russia gate. Excuse me, the Jan 6 subpoena. And it costs $200,000. There's no amount of money in the world that is worth more than the truth. And I will fight for it every single day. God
Hiring slowed in August as unemployment rate ticked up
"The U.S. economy added 315,000 jobs in August a slowdown from the previous month The bureau of labor statistics reports the U.S. economy added 315,000 jobs last month That's down from 526,000 in July and below the gains of the past three months the smaller gain is likely good news at the Federal Reserve which has been raising interest rates in an effort to cool spiraling inflation hiring slowed as businesses face producer price gains rising interest rates and sluggish consumer spending unemployment rose to tenths of a percent in August although it's still near record lows Job openings remain high and layoffs low as well In a speech last week fed chairman Jerome Powell said the job market is clearly out of balance
Jan. 6 committee requests information from Newt Gingrich
"Panel investigating the January 6th insurrection is seeking information from former House speaker Newt Gingrich about his communications with senior advisers to then president Trump in the days leading up to the 2021 attack on the capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a letter to gingrich January 6th committee chairman Benny Thompson requests the former House speaker cooperate voluntarily He says the panel has obtained emails between gingrich and Trump associates about TV ads designed to cast doubt on the 2020 voting repeating and relying on false claims about fraud He says those ads were aired in the days leading up to December 14th 2020 when electors from each state met to cast their votes for president and vice president a time when Georgia election officials were facing intimidation and threats of violence Thompson also writes gingrich appears to have been involved in Trump's scheme to appoint fake collectors emailing chief of staff Mark Meadows about those efforts on the evening of January 6th after
Author and Attorney Mark Paoletta on First Meeting Clarence Thomas
"Met clarence Thomas one of these fortunate episodes in 1983. I was a senior in college, I was interning in D.C. and vice president Bush was going up to campaign of all things for my uncle, who was the Republican mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut. He was a conservative. It was 5 to one Democrat registration and Bridgeport, the Democrats kept running the loser in the primary as the independent in any event. George wishes going up there, I was invited to fly up in the air force two. To go to the event. And up in Bridgeport was clarence Thomas, who was at another event, he was the eeoc chairman at the time. And my mentor was a gentleman by the name of Tom lady who became the ambassador to the Vatican under Bush 41. But he was hosting clarence Thomas. And after those two events, we met at a hotel lobby with Vassar maladie and wanted justice Thomas clarence Thomas's aides and talked for about an hour. And he was electrifying, right? He was just full of energy, full of ideas, the nicest guy, just you know him, did he just, yeah, so he made an impact on me. And that was the only time I met him at that time, but it made an impact. Flash forward to 1989. I'm in the Bush 41 White House. I'm working on judicial selection. And being young, I think it was 26, a volunteering when we were looking at clarence Thomas for the D.C. circuit. And so I offered to reach out to him and other people had talked to him informally, but this was kind of the first time the judicial selection committee and I think February of 89 met to decide, okay, what are we doing about the D.C. circuit? I reached out to justice Thomas, young aide in The White House. He's a German the EOC couldn't have been nicer. We ended up talking for an hour. I told him I wanted to get him to send me all of his speeches, articles, all that kind of stuff so we could do that due diligence, right? Long before the Internet, right? Get stuff in paper. So he sent over everything. I still have the letter. It's dated March of 89 somewhere in there. And that became or began our friendship. Where I loved reading his stuff, right? So when you talk about did I recognize yes. This guy was principal, a fighter at that time he was calling out Congress for their hypocrisy and their craziness or he had been a chairman of the EEOC. They had had something like 60 oversight hearings, right? And then you had the black leadership continually pounding clearance Thomas. And you see him standing up and not bending,
The GOP Whip Race in the House
"Beltway has many, many competitions within it right now. One is underway to become the minority whip and a new House Republican majority should that come to pass. Kevin McCarthy, the speaker, Steve scalise, the majority leader who would be the whip. Many people think it will be at least, but I think Elise Stefanik wants to be chairman of education and labor and razor national profile. Whip is an inside game. Jim banks of Indiana is my favorite candidate for that and it turns out David drucker was doing some reporting and he finds out Jim banks campaigning for it. What do you say, David, good morning? Morning hill. Yeah, I was in Iowa over the weekend and Jim banks was just outside of Cedar Rapids. Speaking at an event, we're actually Henson, a freshman representative from that part of the country. And he's traveling all over the place. And of course, this is what you do when you want to try and build a majority, win in November, but also when you want to try and collect chips and votes for a leadership election that will occur after election day. And of course, Republicans need to win the majority for this slot to open up, but I spent a little time with banks. And he talked about how he's used the job. What do you think is Kevin McCarthy as a potential speaker? And how he thinks a Republican majority will function if they can win and remember again, it's the problem you want, but winning these majorities, especially when they're still going to be a Democrat in The White House and the Senate, even if Republicans win the majority without 60 votes, it can be very challenging.
The Death of Learning
"Here is the subject that we're going to talk about. In one recent year of 300,000 undergraduate college degrees, only 37,000 in philosophy, English and history combined. That's from the depth of learning, this very moment, not 15 minutes ago. Ajit pai, the former chairman of the FCC and a genius. Pointed us to a threat on college majors which notes among other things that quote the total outlier of computer science is explosion is really clear here. So is the concentration and growth in fields that have clear career prospects. And he had tip sandy gruel and he closed at Benjamin stiff Schmidt on stem medical majors and computer science taking over the university, the humanities, the social sciences, even businesses, have plummeted, John why. Oh, God, there are so many reasons you know this. I think to get to the cuts of the chase, I think there's an awful lot, not everybody says the debt of the humanities, the debt of the liberal arts is due to people who are needing to make money. Commercialism of America, materialism, there are a lot for a buck. Nobody and everybody knows and it's true to hard to make a living and by studying the study in great books or the liberal arts. It's easier to make money in engineering or business. And now it's easy to make go out of money, has been for a while. And pharmaceuticals and in the medical field and healthcare. So that's part of it. But the part I really wanted a concentrate on partly because I actually like those of the fields. I like engineers. I like people who are in computer engineering and computer science. I like people who are in agronomy and people who are in marketing and sales. They're fine upstanding people.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"vice chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Vice chairman of the global multi stage investment firm B capital formerly that chairman of Goldman Sachs asset management She joined us at milk in just ahead of the Federal Reserve's half point rate hike this past week You get so many different viewpoints at a conference like this in so many international viewpoints It's great to see people back from all around the world And their perspectives are different I think you get an insight into the technologies that people care about into areas where they plan to invest places of innovation But you also get an undercurrent of what people are really afraid of in the markets What they're concerned about the perspective on inflation So answer those questions What are people afraid of So geopolitics ongoing uncertainty hard to figure out what impact that has in so many dynamics It's of course the incredible loss of life and the tragedy that we see unfolding It's the follow on tragedies in terms of thinking about global food supply and the dislocation of people And then it's of course the macro implications of that At the same time you see the fed potentially raising rates You see inflation and the influence that that's had on the consumer and on markets So there's a lot of crosscurrents and as usual we're in May so nobody's feeling too great about the markets today I'm wondering if all of those challenges those headwinds that you brought up because you invest in startups they create opportunities for companies that see the challenges of today or see the challenges that are around the corner and they say we've got a new way to help get us out of these Look I think that's what makes it so exciting to be in this space And one of the reasons that after having been with Goldman for so many years I moved into venture and growth because I see so much hope for the future in technology We focus on areas like healthcare enterprise climate tech is a new additional focus area for us AI FinTech And you see the ways in which it's helping The ways in which it can make change Mental health has been a big area of focus for us and that connection with mental health and digital health and access So whether you think about a company like silver cloud where we actually had a monetization event because of how successful they've been or uplift a recent investment that really provides a network and access point for psychiatrists and psychologists and access for people in a new unique way to those support networks I think we see real potential there for innovation in healthcare and digital access to medicine in creation of new therapies and new growth in that You think about enterprise you don't necessarily think about help in the world But enterprise actually helps companies become more efficient and that's a really good thing when you're in a challenging market environment as well And so on and on I think you look through what's going on in technology and what we have to try to do is dislodge this idea that tech is some monolith and.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow and U.S. futures are lower to start the day coming up to father went on Wall Street I mean check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day On Bloomberg S&P futures down 27 points down futures down 199 NASDAQ futures down 104 The ten year treasury up 9 30 seconds the yield 2% and the yield on the two year 1.47% Nathan Well Karen we begin this morning as we have been with the latest developments near the border of Ukraine the U.S. says Russia's claim that it's pulling troops back from the border is false Bloomberg said Baxter has the latest U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken in fact says the opposite is true What we're seeing is no meaningful pullback on the contrary We continue to see forces especially forces that would be in the Vanguard of any renewed aggression against Ukraine continuing to be at the border Blinken says an extra 7000 troops in the past few days at the same time Vladimir Putin says he's pulling back In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thank you You must lawmakers are monitoring the situation closely We spoke with the chair of the congressional Ukraine concussi captor of Ohio she says the country needs further assistance And the U.S. should punish Russia now I think the United States and our allies should place severe sanctions additionally on the Russian oligarchy We could do everything possible to make Nord stream two non functional And to bolster Ukraine's defenses in order to preserve for sovereignty which is so deserved Democratic congresswoman varsity counter spoke with our Washington correspondent Joe Matthew on Bloomberg sound on catch the program weekdays at 5 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio Okay we're also following reaction to the minutes from the fed's latest policy meeting officials concluded last month they would raise interest rates soon some like JPMorgan asset management's bob Michael think a rate hike of 50 basis points could be coming I never liked the idea of a 50 basis point rate hike We looked back over the last 30 plus years There have only been a couple of times they did it So I've always viewed a 50 basis point rate hike as serving the market a knuckle sandwich And that's about what we're going to get JPMorgan's bob Michael says the consequences of not doing a 50 point hike could be a sharp steepening of the yield curve While Nathan as the debate over interest rates continues inflation remains the main focus for the fed billionaire investor Carl icahn does not think it's going to end well Sooner or later a situation like this is going to end relatively badly Some less badly Samoa but you can't keep printing up money and printed it up and printing it up because you get what you have now that you can't control The government can't control inflation Carl icahn made the comments in an interview with Bloomberg's Eric schatzker stay tuned for more of that conversation coming up shortly on Bloomberg daybreak Well there's another billionaire raising the alarm on inflation Karen Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman Charlie Munger shares icons concerns There's never been anything quite like what we're doing now And we do know from what's happened in other nations if you if you try and print too much money you'd eventually cause this terrible trouble And we're closer to terrible trouble than we've been in the past but it may still be a long way off Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman Charlie Munger made the comments at the daily journal's annual meeting he also took a swipe at cryptocurrencies He says he thinks they should be banned While turning to earnings now Nathan we see shares of DoorDash up almost 24% in early trading a record number of people ordered from the food delivery app in the fourth quarter Bloomberg's Charlie pellet has the story The quarter showed that pandemic eating habits are sticking despite COVID-19's fading threat customers placed 369 million orders in the period representing a 35% increase from a year earlier people were also ordering more often and the value of those orders increased 36% to $11.2 billion In New York Charlie palette Bloomberg day break Okay Charlie thanks for checking out some other stocks on the move this morning Shares of Cisco are up 3% the computer network equipment maker gave a bullish forecast and boosted its share buyback program Applied Materials is up 2% earnings at the semiconductors machinery company top estimates and Nvidia shares are down three and a half percent the chip maker failed to impress investors with its latest forecast Well up next Nathan we get earnings from Walmart results from the retailer are due out at 7 a.m. eastern we get a preview from Bloomberg's Tom busby Despite a pickup in retail spending in January the world's biggest retailer expected to forecast slowing growth in same store sales this year as the nation emerges from the pandemic and consumers are faced with stubbornly high inflation Forecast call for same store sales in the just completed fourth quarter though to rise 6.3% at its signature stores a gain of nearly 10% at its Sam's Club warehouse stores Revenue expected to top 151 and a half $1 billion with adjusted earnings per share of a dollar 51 Tom busby Bloomberg daybreak All right Tom thank you And it's the latest fallout from the pandemic a new report shows the pay gap between men and women widened during the first year of COVID We get the details from Bloomberg's Kaley lines Morningstar says the gender pay gap among top executives at S&P 500 companies grew to its widest level since 2012 during the first year of the pandemic Male executives disproportionately gained from stock based compensation leaving women in the C suite earning about 75% less The year earlier in 2019 there were slightly more women in the highest paying jobs in public companies and their salaries were about on par with men in similar roles Of 18 executives earning more than $50 million in 2020 only one was a woman In New York I'm Kaylee lines Bloomberg daybreak Okay Kaylee thank you right now S&P futures are down 26.7 futures down a 191 in NASDAQ futures are lower by 98 points the ten year treasury yield right at 2% straight ahead your latest local headlines and the check of sports This is Bloomberg It's now 5 O.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Into that that had to mean very very long hours for you to right and that's why i say i really try to minimize my hours at hinder motor sports during that period of time in. Stay as much as i could be focused on the tv side of in that preparation And that's why this decision you know. This is why it's the perfect timing because go right now. I know that in order for me to do this job the way i want to do it in the way i think rick wants me to do it. in the most beneficial back to the organization is to be there one hundred percent of the time and dedicate all my time and henrik and i had all these conversations when i was stepping out of the car in looking at doing. Tv and so he was comfortable with that and we. I don't want to say how to plan that. Hey two thousand twenty one. we're gonna make. It's you know watching this role one. He'll do tv the anatomy a good transition and it was. He's a smart guy and he gives great advice. And you know we always stay very close in in those conversations and and we all knew that one day this would hopefully come and now the days finally here. And now i can. I mean you just this week spending more time already at the shop and that usually would happen when when my duties at fox moore over But that's that's gonna be year round now. And i'm excited about that. Because there's a lot of excitement in organization right now so it makes a.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Still working for hendrick motorsports in nascar cup after he retired from driving and took up six years of tv color commentary. But now rick. Hendrick has brought jeff gordon into the boardroom. As the new vice chairman of the company official at the turn of the new year. So here's part two of our re. Ask questions for jeff. Gordon back with us as we said on race. Line radio jeff. Do you think you're going to sit back. And and miss the tv work at all again working with dwi working when my working with larry or pit reporters but this year especially working with boy you he and i had a great rapport going into it and i knew he'd have fun but You that made it a tougher decision. I i really felt like the decision was all remained going into the season And and so you know. I don't think anything was going to change that here that that became Something that was a great transition for me to step out of driving and go to. It had a lot of similarities as driving with how you prepare. Go going over your notes working with the team and then when you get up there it's a live event so instinctively you're you're doing similar things that you would the driver just with a microphone and and Relying on your team so that was fun. I enjoyed it But like i said the end of the day the competition and and you're being arm-in-arm and kendrick is his really where I feel it old. Jeff gordon on racial on radio. The new vice chairman of hendrick motorsports. You know a lot of your new job at hendrick will be building and nurturing existing relationships right. I mean you know you. Just as an example part of adamy you and elliot larson bowman byron mean among other things. There's a dirt track route there that runs through all of you right.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"Listen sunday nights at ten mountain time on sports net. Nine sixty the fan in calgary and this is postmarked okay. It's answering correctly. The the question about the horsepower for the twenty twenty to be our zad. He goes into great detail here and doug normally does and we appreciate that. He says the twenty twenty to be ours. Ed's new engine is a two point. Four liter flat four producing two hundred and twenty eight horsepower right right ding. Dang seven thousand. Rpm red line along with one hundred eighty four pounds feet of torque at thirty seven hundred rpm those or increases of twenty-three horsepower and twenty eight pounds feet respectively over the outgoing model. Thank you doug for being so thorough. Appreciate that. I also wanted to know as we're certainly looking after When the covert of situation is starting to ease twenty-five percent ontario we. We were gonna run it down on the news there on what each of our provinces were. The show plays where we are in kobe. Recovering getting back to activity at our local and regional speedways. And i asked doug a said What's going on in alberta. And he was good report back and he said on july first. Alberta lifted all restrictions but left cities able to invoke local restrictions then on the fifth of july. The last remaining city calgary removed mandatory mask wearing so now he says there are no longer any cova restrictions except quarantining and health care scenario. So that is the situation. Thank you doug for bringing us up to date there and that is kind of where we are. And we're monitoring that as i said across the country because it is critical after being dark pretty much all of last summer With very few exceptions that we get back and get some gate and get some fans twenty five percent in ontario and a few promoters of a few little other attractions going to try and make some income. Because man you don't wanna see anybody not survive this and thank goodness starting to come out of this. And that's what needs to happen and thank you for bringing us up to date and what's going on in alberta new qualifying question for the prize. Pack over twenty years the subaru. Wrx and the sti included in present in its model name. In what year did the wrx and the sti becomes standalone models. Not tied to the impressive okay. Okay pitstop right here. Well up next part. Two with jeff gordon on his brand new gig at hendrick motorsports. This is rice. Line presented by the subaru. Vr's ed sports cope more information. See your local subaru dealer and go to subaru.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"National radio motor sport authority the race. Line radio network. I'm eric. Thomas check out. My thomas tells columns at inside track motorsports news magazine new tales in the brand new issue out. Now you can also view them as well as sports. Net dot c. As so we go once again with our world famous subaru race. Lonnie mailbag trivia contest on the grand prize. Pack to claim if you qualify by answering the subaru trivia questions correctly in your email comments. It's that simple entries. Go into the break drama. And we draw the winner at random at the end of the on-track racing season going to be another late one with f one dip and right into the middle part of december. But we'll get there and we'll award the prize. We always do i up. I need to do this. The answer to the last trivia question always need to do that. The new twenty twenty two subaru ers ad features. More engine power. We asked you what the total horsepower of a new package will be. And the answer to that. Two hundred and twenty eight. Hp not the sauce horsepower. Okay again. Two hundred and twenty eight horsepower for the two thousand twenty. Two subarub ers ed. So a new question we need and here she is and it. Is this one for over. Twenty years. The subaru wrx wrx. I included impreza in. Its model name. We all know that we should. In what year did the wrx wrx sti become stand alone models not tied to the impressive. I shall ask it again for over. Twenty years the subaru wrx and wrx sti included impreza in its model name. In what year did the wrx and the sti becomes standalone models not tied to the president. Okay mall that overdo it a little digging and come up with the answer as many times as you like it. Don't matter to us how many times you do that. Here's how to get in. And play the game eric at race. Line radio dot ca to connects and enter the trivia contests and a chance to win the price. Back that's eric at race. Line radio dot. Ca capital e. r. i k. The symbol at race line radio when big word. No put a gap between them dot. Ca eric at roseland radio dot ca. You can also get in here via instagram and facebook. That address for both is race. Line radio network three words with no gaps in between other one of those race line radio network lower case and on twitter at e race line symbol at capital e. capital t capital r. a. c. e. l. i. n. t. at e race line is the way to enter the contest via twitter. So let us now go to the mail bag. I did a little business this week and happy to with our good friend. Doug mar in calgary..
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"I love racing but the competition and he'll being partner with one of the best owners that there ever be nassar that that's really what i was getting sided about. It's a multifaceted position. Obviously jeff what do you think. Task one is going to be with this. The new position at hendrick. Well luckily right. Now we're we're in a great position in it's about maintaining we'll be currently half but that all got started so many years ago before i even got the hendrick motorsports with wreck and in the culture that need creates he'll how he treats me and how he finds talent and nurture side and and of course right. Now we've learned a lot about power. Teams are working together more than they ever have before. We're seeing the the success because of that self right now it's about maintaining it but As we move forward is just continue to look at the business model. We try to understand. the on how we take care of our current partners in character those relationships and make sure that they're excited about nascar and motorsports. They certainly are right now. also what new partners. Then we look at and bring in. I gotta say this coming into this race track today. Got me very very excited again. This reminds me of the older days. Or you know that period of time that we all talk about when the scorpions was super hot. That certainly makes it easier to go look at at what would in the future sport and of course right now a lot of attention besides this year In trying to keep that going this year this next gen lot of attention is put on how we raise the aware. Where do we put our efforts for next jim to try to maintain some kind of competitive advantage. That's going to get cut down dramatically. But we're gonna be out there racing at a high level and we just wanna make sure we're doing the.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Raceline Radio
"This is a new market minnesota. That went to corey heim. Oh nice crossover here. This adding some way to the roster rick ware racing mooresville north carolina will feel to nascar canada entry. This season would defending series champion. Frequent race lamberto guest andrew ranger at the rudder. They open their cova. Delayed season at sunset speedway august. The i wear racing runs. Jj yili cody wear and a few other people in cup. The only half twelve transam kind looking cars with a six race mini schedule but fans seem to like tony. Stewart superstar racing experience on cbs. I've left it alone. But i a mention this here because marco andretti former guest who only won two races in his entire fourteen year. Indycar career one stock car race on a short oval race. Five of six of the series at slinger speedway in wisconsin. Other names dimension series. Founder tony stewart finished third. Bobby labonte. fifth. Willy t ribbs seventh grade biff eighth bill elliott elliott castro neves tenth. Paul tracy michael waltrip. dns apps. For both of those guys allan beswick james hinchcliffe during the tv. And that's very decent formula. One they go again. On the eighteenth at silverstone england and the british grand prix max for stop and leading lewis hamilton by thirty in driver points. Red bull pulling away now from mercedes and constructors. It's a forty point gap at this point even more f. one schedule fiddling. Because of calvin the australian grand prix down for november twenty first weekend at albert park circuit in melbourne cancelled again second year in a row and like canada. Montreal teams would face a lengthy quarantine running ause and that just ain't practical good friend and was sworn to secrecy. But it's now official. Canadian promoters s. group are going to stage an f. I a formula e. world championship race. June thirtieth through july second next summer around false creek downtown vancouver for sports net six fifty. The silent all electric efi cars just ran a street race in brooklyn new york which jaguars sam bird winning that. The series also boasts former f one and indy-car drivers like sebastian. Me marco andretti and simona de silvestro. This is the first auto race of any kind for downtown vancouver since the last indycar run there in two thousand and four speaking of indycar into their month long summer break now. They don't race again until nashville. august the eighth. But let's go back to mid ohio showy and a penske wins in a season of struggle nashville owned joseph new garden shaking off all the bad luck with this. I one of the campaign. He's had mechanical gangs and worn tires. Rob him of wins at detroit and america but amid ohio he dominated the grand. The victory from radio guest new garden tells us his penske boys never got down on themselves and they just kept digging. This been doing the job. Everyone's been giving me a hard time asking what's up with us not winning a race. But i don't think these people that you could have done anything different. We've we've been in the game. Almost every race had great performance. And we're we're going to need probably three or four more of these if we want to win this championship. But this team is capable of and there's some good indycar. Tv news ratings and nbc. Up thirty percent of our last year excluding the indianapolis five hundred mid ohio was nbc's highest rated indycar race ever one point three million viewers very nice to see the rally news presented by the subaru wrx and wrx. Sti the typical sports cars. Canadian rally championship refiring last week. With the rally. Betas allure new richmond. Quebec one by a show hlavac and fanny dodge lawrence. That's antoine sister. In their many three seconds. Quicker that andrei and rene labuan in their subaru. Wrx canadian championship presented by. Subaru has another long pause before resuming. September the eleventh with a rally petite nuts. Y'all in montpellier quebec bikes canadian. Superbike finally underway cama bogey motorsports park ottawa for city news. One one one fm and am thirteen. Ten defending champ. Jordan's ope looking for his fifteenth career title race. One of the twin bill claimed by eighteen year young. Alex demoss on his suzuki. I ever in the series nice work ben. Young second jordan's oak third race to run down next week faces in the pits. One year after alexander's crash and severe head injuries in that hand bike mishap in italy. Alex's wife daniele is updating the former f one driver indycar champ para olympian and multi race graceland radio guests recovery zarate's condition still listed as stable in a special clinic but he is unable to speak as vocal cords titan. During long komo's they're working on it. Oh and said we've lost carlos reutemann right a leading. F one driver of the seventies and eighties seventy ninth year on earth. Sadly his last one carlos one twelve grand prix came close to the world championship with williams in nineteen ninety-one but he was known mostly for his huge talent and enigmatic or mysterious character. He drove one hundred forty six. Gp's for brabham lotus ferrari and williams after retiring from racing. He was a senior politician in argentina. For over thirty years godspeed carlos reutemann. And that's it for this week on.
"vice chairman" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"I think adam smith comes gain. Any of those can austrian school economist like academies is and so forth and the people who crossed the fact that economics was actually should be modeled on physics that it needs it needs systems thinking ecosystem thinking not physics thinking and i think all those people were were getting close to that conclusion towards the end of their lives. Suppose the other thing would have been on a no it one day trip to the manhattan project or something like that. Kinda cool actually does a guy who would be really interesting. Who's a worthwhile hero. Which is not any of the kind of nobel prize winners manhattan project. Leslie groves the guy who i think in general leslie groves ran it. 'cause it's also it's always worth meeting. People who have complementary skills gerard or not as an administrator that guy was clearly something else i mean. He chose oppenheim to run it. When opened on a didn't even never nobel prize. It was bit awkward making all these people who have nobel prizes report to guy who didn't and so. It's really really interesting. Question as to you know just i think it's very very easy for academics to disregard the value of real organizational genius and i did possess it in any measure whatsoever so in some ways. You know some of the people. I'd most like to meet with people who are just entirely complementary to my approach of thinking yet gropes one of those just absolute maestros meeting. Yeah absolutely no i. I love this for the listeners. Know how much a fan i am of you. Your work on the book alchemy was was one of my top reads of all last year when it came out so that will obviously be linked up anywhere else. You want them staying connected with you or with the team. At he's doing yeah. Follow will be consulting adobe consulting on twitter. Follow me on twitter at rory sutherland. And also what else. What else would i. yeah. I think they're about five or six areas of just decent inquiry. I just economics. I think service dominant logic if you've heard the boring. Just move on to another one. But i think there are about six or seven heterodox schools of economics which have a huge amount to contribute in terms of reframing how you look at the world how business works and also brands work as well I persistently maintained that because of this debate the chief value of rams consumers. Is there a reliable signal of non practice. It's not that we think lebron produces the best thing a catchy rate it's the reliably produces something. That's not bad or better. That way is one of my that by the way is one of the ideas or insights. We i'm not sure which it is because there's blurry relationship between them but that's one of my ideas are in such which i think is most important that actually quite often people pretend they're looking for the best of what they're really doing deep down in that brain is trying to minimize the risk of bad to worse. We need to understand that much. Better way roy you ever put pen to paper and and put some of your own thinking behind some of these key concepts absolutely love to see that explore that a little bit further i will. I will eventually get into a book and there's just lost. It'll tip one discovery. I've made during lockdown is. That speaking is a halama faster than typing. Even if you're a good typist okay. Now you speak perfectly and fully formed sentences. I get that but ninety percent of the work is just in the words. It's not the editing and editing is high value creation work whereas typing is low value creation. The best discovery i made other than the videoconferencing works. Overtime at scale is the by little voice dictation device or download the otter dot. Hey app on your mobile phone..
"vice chairman" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"Into a whole day or a whole morning because the cost of getting everybody in the same place at the same time and booking the rub the coordination costs on the travel costs. Were so high when you finally got everybody together. You try to do everything. And i ve argued quite for on zoom brainstorms should web different these two have to how meeting and then you have five daybreak two hours of immersion where everybody understands the problem. Five daybreak segmentation time. Okay then get together for maybe three hours five days later. Maybe a week later. Then do the idea that because the reason we tried to do everything in one block of time simply a product of the difficulty of getting everybody located. When that's not really a problem anymore. I as you know the. There's no trouble coast involves. I think we should stop. That should experiment with the the double brainstorm zula so i. I'm worried about the fact that i think via a bunch of other businesses should be sitting down now going okay. Walsall zoom strategy in other words if you're particularly global business okay sub forum on the fly a kind of a team of nine people more. Okay it's difficult if they're in hawaii or in australia. It's not impossible okay. I've got a colleague in australia. Who just works very straight jaws. He has kind of he gets up very early in the morning and sometimes stays up late night but sometimes sleeps during the day but equally. He's quello daylight to himself so it's not a totally unsatisfactory solution. But we fundamentally the way companies a stretch. It was around this assumption of physical colocation. I rethink rethink real estate strategy. We go to rethink offices off the purposes of resilience as well. Because this could happen again. We've also rethink real real patterns of work because a particularly at nc like ogilvy which now create. i'm sitting. What was extraordinarily this fascinating because business. Communication was actually quite old fashioned. When you think about it 'cause kids have adopted all these things like snapchat zoom and tiktok gum as well okay. And they're using social media and they using a bit of email may using text and using Walks up okay. You have this whole panoply of consumer communication forms and the strange thing was about the business world is it was totally bipolar. I the had literally something incredibly code textual reductionist and time consuming and a synchronous by the way like spreadsheets. Email okay you know a memo a best or an email and then you have this yawning gulf and then you had a physical meeting or flying to frankfurt to are meeting nothing in between now the interesting thing about about video calling is not really that it's video of the video is almost effort psychological value. It's to give you something to look at the problem. The telephone conference calls israel distracted. Let's go because we're not designed to listen to a very boring conversation for three hours with nothing to look at you know we we sit behind devolved that way but the fascinating video is that sick curtis and if you think about it the acc. Chris neat nature of email unbelievably slows down decision making and actually email was essentially bureaucracy on steroids. Because one of the fact one of the facets of a bureaucracy is ac chronicity of decision making. I'd like to release from jail. But i can't release you from jail until this person's approved the sewed so form a this person needs to get you fingerprinted and the fingerprint man's on holiday right. Okay that's when you get really awful bureaucracy and we don't play the game by the way..
"vice chairman" Discussed on Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast
"Over the last few months we've worked really hard to aggregate and create solutions processes. Furnishings technologies p. e. basically information resources that people can use as they navigate that path back to the workplace. Because this is something that none of us have really lived through before we're hearing from our customers that they want to know. What can they be doing. What should they be doing. what are others doing. And when i saw the safe programme that newmark knight frank has developed. I was really impressed at how comprehensive it is steve. Could you take us through kind of the core pieces of that program and hopes that people listening will maybe. Here's something that they hadn't been thinking about that will make their path back more successful sure. safe stands for strategic actions for employers. And it's a program that newmark developed in conjunction with stc hell in basically there's four main pillars of the safe programme The first is daily screenings that employers can do role model friendly interface to ask their employees if they are exhibiting symptoms of covid nineteen and track whether or not The employees of aborted any of these symptoms so they can give them access or deny them. Access to the workspace and the second prong of the safe programme is is the safety culture program where where he assists employers developing strategies to create safe workplaces through workflow strategies blueprint overlays of their workspace optional. Temperature screenings if they choose to do that To allow them to sort of do as safe as return in reporting Of the workspace the third feature is a testing beecher which basically is through. sds's stc health of thirty one thousand community. Pharmacies allows their employees to provide access to their employees or testing and then easy access and communication to both the employee and the employer on the results of the testing to indicate whether the employees is exhibiting or has govan in and should not be coming back to the office until they they test negative The testing quality is monitored. It's only through as fda approved testing and in. It's all done through a digital payment card where the employer authorizes aboukir that. The employees receive on their smartphone. They can register for their test. And then the results automatically get reported to both the employee and employer and then the four pillar is his wellbeing a wellbeing module that basically is there to maximize the employees. Ap program benefits that employ might be receiving and it had stuff such as a stress. Relief will hit. There's videos on on wellness fitness and and safe practices dealing with the bow in nineteen. And there's also an optional tax coach service to help promote wellness the employee's and in address you know any any feelings of depression or anxiety around the over nineteen and the overturned to work. You've got this comprehensive program. I'm wondering given the unique variables for each team. You work with their size. Their location maybe. Even their industry is important to create a custom strategy or a customized plan for each client. You work with yes ab absolutely. Yeah i mean we do. We do what we call. Risk of past capacity overlays through through our workplace nurse strategy group with basically the goal is to to identify those high traffic areas where employs might be congregating in the come up with ways. Know whether it's through sign edge through different programs to kinda give them space dowd. So everyone's at a socially distant You know level within the office area and then you know addressing also the whole seating which is obviously critical In your business georgia's you know how you go from a very dense. Maybe a benching environment or a mix of benching and offices to And be able to spread that out so so it's you know the boys be socially distanced while while back end so we are group does these risks of pasadena overlays where we take the floor plan in identify those areas and color code them based on you know where where we think they might really have to think about strategies to.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You know through this whole process you know I wake up every day just I feel like I'm just starting you know it's just the beginning and if you like what you saw up until this point wait till you see the next twenty four years and every day I wake up and say I can't believe I get paid to do this I can't believe I make a living off of this and for me it's because I love what I do I love you know what we're trying to do I love the team that we work with and I think it's to me it's been a product of I'm just passionate about this I love it so the greatest vice always give is whatever you plan to do make sure you love what you do don't listen other people don't listen your parents your teachers or anybody else because they don't now I don't know we know what they're trying to get there still struggling we're all just trying to get through life and try to figure it out so don't listen to other people within yourself like what is it that your passion about what is it that gets you up in the morning because I think at least for me as I found that it's like this is not a job for me this is just loving this when they talk about lifestyle yeah this lifestyle for me because I love what I do so I just hope that you know you're also so many people there unsatisfied with their jobs there you know it's just a job it's like oh that's kind of sad you're spending a lot of if you don't love it didn't want right yeah so that we might want to find awesome that is such an inspiring note to end on thank you so much thank you wisdom but your story is just incredible cool thank you Peter can he is the founder and vice chairman of Hudson jeans and we.
"vice chairman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Vice chairman senator Patrick Leahy so the the infectious disease rapid response fund at CDC was funded by Congress and twenty twenty as well as twenty nineteen and so its current your money we're running out of that money which is why we have sent over that we plan to do transfer and reprogramming using the existing authorities for twenty twenty appropriations and precisely why we're asking for emergency supplemental if you take you take a half a billion dollars out of the money appropriated for the ball a threat though those are true those would be proposed offsets are trade offs for the emergency supplemental if the appropriators don't want to do that we'll that that's that's just an option for the appropriators you have any of your requests for supplemental funds it requires you they told him he was or that it isn't there were denied by OMB well I'm not going to discuss internal line operations that's not proper to discuss internal devising a proper I've heard that question asked by my during democratic administrations Republican administrations or in my forty years on this committee has been answered I would never answer internal deliberations with the White House but I will tell you I am completely supportive of the two point five billion dollar request it does exactly what I want which is to focus on those five critical success factor areas okay so what you want is a proposal that would divert a hundred thirty five million dollars from other important programs including thirty seven million from rely he millions from substance abuse seven million dollars from Medicare and Medicaid programs with our S. U. deliberation would you just want to cut a whole lot of things we rely well those are those are options for funding half of the cost of the emergency supplemental but if Congress makes a different choice Congress makes a different choice the other have come from that would be emergency supplemental find new money that you would have to come up with things you want so then I need funding the ball of funding your recommendation you're just there for this is a cut that out it's a proposal of how to fund half of the cost of the total is your proposal that is our proposal but if Congress disagrees with other approaches there are other ways to get there thank you Sir center Alexander thank you Mr chairman Mr secretary welcome before we I asked get in corona virus I want to congratulate senator blunt and senator Murray and senator Durbin and lazy and Shelby and members of the subcommittee for the last five years of funding for the national institutes of health over that five years discretionary spending which is about a third of our budget that the federal government spends is going up twenty percent but funding for the national institutes of health has gone up thirty nine percent Republican senator Lamar Alexander and I might add the subcommittee that deals with the office of science in the department of energy the senator Feinstein I work on is gone up thirty eight percent for the best kept secrets in Washington is the big increase of funding for biomedical research and science and I want to congratulate this committee for its part of it I think one of our responsibilities as members of the Senate is to help the American people get a fair view of exactly how threatening to them individually the corona virus is looking around the world there is reason for alarm ten days ago for example there were forty nine thousand confirmed cases in the world ten years ago in China there forty eight thousand confirmed cases today in China there seventy nine thousand confirmed cases in the world in their seventy seven thousand China and we read about problems in propping up in Italy which could get across their borders in Iran and other places South Korea and not only do we have the problem of of a rapidly spreading virus which could jump into our country we have to think about what I was manufactured in those countries could mean for us with thirteen percent of our of our prescription drugs are drugs being manufactured in China for example are we going to have shortages and even beyond that with a quarter or so of everything that we use in this country being made in China well we have supplies for our automobiles and are are other things that we make in this country and what will it do to our economy so looking around the world there's reason to be alarmed but now looking at home let me go through what the facts are at home we've known about this for about two months right about fifty days yes about fifty days and and and ten days ago if I'm right we had detected fourteen cases in the United States I believe that's correct and today we have detected fourteen cases in the United States in addition to the thirty nine cases of Americans have been brought home from overseas and isolated in this country because they might have been infected there exactly imported case and during that time you have begun to develop a vaccine which will be ready for a year or longer but you're doing that more rapidly than any other time in the history of our country that's correct and my question is going to be with this alarming situation in the world what have you been doing right at home the causes to see a situation where this huge country of ours will have fourteen cases a year ago I mean all of ten days ago fourteen today my guess is he's twenty years of preparation by Democrats and Republicans on this committee and Democrats and Republican presidents to be ready for pandemics number one number two it's the extraordinary public health system we have in this country state and local doing their job and number three it's the first and most aggressive quarantine requirements that you've done in fifty years so it were alarmed about what's going on around the world what can we learn about the last fifty days in this country that you've been doing right and that makes us to be able to say ten days ago there were fourteen cases and today they're fourteen cases every time we're around the world cases are going up so we are bearing the fruits actually of our pandemic flu preparedness activities which I was one of the architects of in the bush administration and the Congress funded we're seeing the public health infrastructure from that that is coming up for one of the most important things we did as soon as alerted to this and as soon as we had a genetic sequence and understood the nature of the symptoms of this disease was to alert our state and local public health partners and our health professionals and that's why thirteen of those fourteen cases were identified by health care professionals a student Lee seeing that these were individuals who had been in who they province and presented with flu like symptoms gotten the system and took advantage of that one week develop CDC tests to confirm results so that is that that kind of public health infrastructure of the world's best is the backbone of our response activities here in addition we worked on the aggressive border containment measures and we work with China to try to get transparency and get information we still do not have unfortunately solid information to take to the bank on severity on transmissibility on incubation period on a symptomatic transmission I'm out of time I would think what I'm hearing you say you would do more of what you've already done properly funded yes thank you Sir Alexander Sir shots thank you Mr chairman thank you secretary for being here this committee has a long tradition of bipartisanship and I know secretary you and I've had a couple disagreements and in private and in public so I want to kind of see whether we can find some common ground in fighting the corona virus the president's budget cuts the infectious disease rapid response reserve fund the public health preparedness and response fund hospital preparedness program in epidemiology and laboratory capacity program so given everything that's happened over the last fifty days I want to give you an opportunity and given the context here which is last night you propose the two point five billion dollar supplemental do you want to rescind those cuts to the base budget of your agencies that deal with this problem democratic senator Bryan shots well it's a good question senator as I mention to chairman blonde this is a request focused on twenty twenty money some money to be spent on hold on hold on hold on I'm not asking you about the sun I'm asking you about the president's budget which cuts all those programs which I described and the question is a simple one because I have a couple of other questions I'd like to get to will you resume those cuts will you ask us to restore those programs or will you not so as I said the chairman blunt we will work with you over the coming months as we learn more about this disease on whether to modify the twenty twenty one appropriation request in light of that we do increase by a hundred and thirty five million dollars CDC's budget around preparedness emergency response infectious disease and global health security I'm not going to get too much into the weeds there but I was just over that actually is a such a shell game there are four key programs that deal with this problem they are being cut the CDC overall is being cut by nine percent and so you may have increased a line item or two but that's a talking point that is not the fact of the matter and this committee will very likely reject these cuts but it is absurd to me that you're proposing cuts as at the same time that you're proposing a supplemental on the same topic so moving on how many masks do we need in our strategic stockpile and how much will that cost so we would need to determine through procurement what the cost would be of additional mass I know that this morning in the briefing there was a reference to possibly as many as three hundred million masks needed in the U. S. for healthcare workers we wanted to find that better through procurement criteria we have to frankly established supply here in the United states ability to manufacture as well as to find sourcing of active ingredients such as the filtration materials even the the nickel and copper knows joints that go on the I. ninety five masks over the if we get the money we can actually make that market and get capacity built here in the understood want to work with you on for the two point five billion dollars like the the the the mass in the strategic stockpile the test kit all the all of your five lines of effort it seems to me you don't quite know how much each line of effort is going to cost is that accurate we would have to do procurements to find out exactly what we would our per unit cost would be on the mask because I've been with the scaling up domestic production to doesn't fully exist right now so one doesn't know until one actually procure is that so how do you get to two point five not knowing how how to compile you have five lines of effort you don't know how much that the first one I'm asking about you so you gotta go through procurement you got to build a Mar I understand all that so then how do you get to two point five with any degree of specificity reliability it is two point five billion dollars sort of pulled out of a hat no not at all the two point five billion dollars and then one of the major cost items you don't know how much it's gonna cost you don't know the precise per unit cost but within the range of the hundreds of millions of dollars were dealing with that clearly would be self sufficient I think right now acquisition cost and N. ninety five mask tends to be under a dollar so that gives you a rough approximation but with we have to scale up domestic production do you have a back of the envelope numbers that you haven't yet provided to the committee because it sounds like you have well but it sounds like you have ballpark numbers and I I got I got told by a staff person that this stop no I haven't gone through it with a fine tooth comb yet but but I have been told that this is the least detailed supplemental that they've ever seen for you also and so should we just consider this a marker and you'll give us the details later none the least there is a letter that went off last night which has the the number of the basic numbers and it and as I've told both the chairman and the vice chairwoman we will work with your staff to get you the details behind that there is detail behind that it just last night you got the initial letter okay final question on test kits they were deployed into a bunch of locations they didn't function properly.
"vice chairman" Discussed on WTVN
"Is the vice chairman of the Coushatta tribe which is located in southwest Louisiana has nine hundred forty four members we welcome him to coast to coast for the first time hi David thanks for being here hi George good morning just a housekeeping correction I am currently the tribal chairman for the charter try that there you go yeah yeah we got the big guy here that a good deal so you've seen the film by now the this somebody's daughter I have I have seen it several times share with me your impressions well I think as you guys know and women speaking with rain this this morning the the numbers are staggering and it's it's it's it's I opening it is it's it's it is shameful it's tragic and you know as you heard her one in three native American women will be raped in their lifetime Erica and you know just to just to hear those five those those numbers and here in our country is just just absolutely mind blowing and in shameful and the movie is just the family sad and in the wake up call to all of us here in this country and you know just the the the numbers affected that we know of well more more horrific and yet the full scope is impossible to document I can share with you guys this morning that for example here in our state of Louisiana they are people are categorized in which we recently learned by corners in the department of health and vital statistics and other so to this day there's no real accurate accounting of MMI W. victims in our state of Louisiana and sadly this situation is familiar to many native American communities and nations around this country you know in the film as so many of the the issues a involve economic economic circumstances gang members and others come in they exploit tribes because of the economic situation I don't know the Coushatta tribe what what a you have nine hundred forty four members is their reservation is the economy stable what what's your situation right we do have a a land base of approximately seven thousand acres here here in the state and we're we're located in southwest Louisiana and we we reside between Lake Charles Louisiana and Lafayette those are the two major cities that that that a relative to our location to people might be familiar with back there it's you absolutely tribes will probably face you know external influences over to wherever they may be located and we ever try will be unique and and and have their own challenges here at our tribe thankfully we are doing a decent job of being proactive against these types of challenges that were speaking of this morning so the idea is to be ahead of it can be ahead of the problem and is dedicated commit resources to our tribal law enforcement so that they may be out on the look out and be aware of some of the trends that may be affecting negatively affecting other tribes around this country which some tribes or seem to be overwhelmed from welcomed into speaking with tribal leaders in a meeting with tribal officials around the country in the last year or so so again our tribe sneakily and you know is dedicating the resources in providing the support necessary or for our tribal law enforcement officials to the to do their jobs and to make sure that they're monitoring anything and everything that might be related to these types of activities that could negatively affect our tribal people and not only that but our entire tribal communities in that reside in and around our reservation areas so but again we was very I opening for us to not to learn that in our state we were in native Americans are cannot categorize as other knowledge in reveal that you know it is it was almost as if we don't exist as if for women and children are invisible and and I think the documentary from my viewpoint it gives voice to to to some of those silenced and it's a documentary Nichols lawmakers in it and yeah in in in in colluding is you know just elected officials around the country not all not only does state that these women and girls are not accessible and indeed the the the documentary insures that this tragedy can no longer and nor ever from this moment on be a silent crisis you know a lot of the cases in the film it's they're very moving you see the pictures of these young women who are now dead and gone they've been murdered or they are missing and they're there in Montana North Dakota and you know it's it's heart breaking the stories and it's heartbreaking how old some of the cases were that the ball was dropped by law enforcement that was involved that's tribal V. I. a and federal what about you or your tribe have you had murders of young women in your in your tribe and and and is your tribal police are they on here thankfully again I'm George we we have not had is murdered or missing women here in our tribe but go ahead George I just said good bye and I'm totally absolutely and again listing what this said that this was this documentary does is that it raises awareness not only forty outside communities non Indian communities outside but but also for the tribal nations and tribal leaders and tribal people it's it's it's a wake up call for everyone like I mentioned a minute ago and whether it be to step up our efforts or two again to be proactive and in monitoring in trying to be ahead of this nationwide crisis so again you know our tribal government is committed to providing the resources and the support necessary to to offer anything and everything that we can to our tribal law enforcement officials to make sure that the candle to hell we we stay ahead of this trend you know a lot of people you know that if people non tribal people Americans the rest of us so the white society in in largely there's a lot of guilt left over for for what has happened to tribes for indigenous people here and and I think that that would be a complicating factors that people who don't want to face up to the responsibility they have for a situation they exist on reservations and with tribes and across the country right I think that's accurate I think to to to assess and this situation as it exists now but I think you know law enforcement in general I'm not making excuses for anyone but law enforcement in general around the country will be tribal non tribal or or just overwhelmed at certain cases the lack of funding and lack of staffing to be able to combat income front some of these challenges that are that these communities are facing obviously we're seeing the old issues longstanding issues that communities generally face but this is something you know murdered and missing women and digest women this is something that again has been on the increase for quite some time without anyone having their raise awareness or taken note of it perhaps and I think it it's it's it's absolutely imperative that we all joined forces number one to continue raising awareness whether it be through a documentary such as this such as this one that we're speaking about today or would be raising awareness made jointly between tribal communities and non Indian communities an entity so it's it's it's then the moment could not hit is this is this is appropriate now you continue speaking for the voiceless and and in is deserving of a potential for righteous red revolution concerning native Americans I think in my opinion you know it's it's presidential election year people are out stumping for votes lot of candidates at least on and what the democratic primary does your tribe have enough voting power to attract attention of these elected officials that they come around and and solicit your votes and and seek your opinions voting power yes there is in and I can be looked at and a number of ways the the Kerr shopper tried this one of the top one of the top ten largest private employers in the state of Louisiana even though that we are we we are one of war federally recognized tribes here in the state and yet even though we number listed nine hundred in less than a thousand we currently we number nine hundred and sixty one members in our triad in yet we but our total who work force the shot a driving slowly close to two thousand four hundred people is that come from sixteen Louisiana parishes and free you're specifically in Allen parish where we reside York County because you guys would refer to it in Allen parish where to good Charlotte tribe's headquarters are located we employ sixty eight percent of our parish in in in the adjacent pairs of Jefferson Davis parish we employ four percent of that parish so what that means is that the the Krishan ex five China tribes would print is a significant he they're not only again the the tribe may be like a squall tried but it's one of the largest employers in the state so again from that perspective the tribe can have significant impact in the way elections are decided here in St so and we do maintain good friendly relationships with the outside community whether the local regional state including on the federal level so we do have the communication with and good friendships with our current elected officials but again during election season a candidate's or usually aware that Krishan inside have to be a a a stop on on their course so in the in the film in the film rain explores the idea that extractive industries mining industries oil and gas they set up the they come in they exploit the nature they take things out of the ground they set up these man camps which are magnets for trouble or drugs and prostitution and booze eyes southwest Louisiana I would think is been a are home to extractive industries are a long time the oil industry in the Gulf is been there a long time I I would think that maybe the situation is different because it's entrenched is not a temporary kind of an industry it's been there forever that it's not quite the same kind of a problem right you bring up a great point George as I mentioned a few minutes ago that the that every tribe you will find across this country is is is not facing the exact same situation as as as other thought so you have to look it drives in their group your geographic locations separately energy you made a great point that you know Louisiana has been the the hub for the oil.
"vice chairman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"He is the vice chairman of the Coushatta tribe which is located in southwest Louisiana has nine hundred forty four members we welcome him to coast to coast for the first time hi David thanks for being here hi George good morning just a housekeeping correction I am currently the tribal chairman for the tribe there you go yeah yeah we got the big guy here that a good deal so you've seen the film by now the this somebody's daughter I have I have seen it several times share with me your impressions well I think as you guys know and women speaking with rain this this morning the the numbers are staggering and it's it's it's it's I opening it is if it is shameful it's tragic and you know as you heard her one in three native American women will be raped in their lifetime Erica and you know just to just to hear those type of those those numbers and here in our country is just just absolutely mind blowing and and shameful and the movie is just the profoundly sad and and a wake up call to all of us here in this country and you know just the the the numbers affected that we know of well I'm more more horrific and yet the full scope is impossible to document I can share with you guys this morning that for example here in our state of Louisiana they are people are categorized in which we recently learned by corners in the department of health and vital statistics and other so to this day there's no real accurate accounting of MMI W. victims in our state of Louisiana and sadly this situation is familiar to many native American communities and nations around this country you know in the film is a so so many of the the issues a involve economic economic circumstances gang members and others come in they exploit tribes because of the economic situation I don't know the Coushatta tribe what a you have nine hundred forty four members is their reservation is the economy stable what what's your situation right we do have a a land base of approximately seven thousand acres here here in the state and where we're located in southwest Louisiana and we are we reside between Lake Charles Louisiana and Lafayette those are the two major cities that that that a relative to our location that people might be familiar with sector it's you absolutely tribes will probably face you know external influences over to wherever they may be located and we ever try will be you know unique and and and have their own challenges here at our tribe thankfully we are doing I have a decent job of being being proactive against these types of challenges that were speaking of this morning so the idea is to be ahead of it head of the problem and is dedicated commit resources to our tribal law enforcement so that they may be out on the look out and be aware of some of the trends that may be affecting negatively affecting other tribes around this country which some tribes or seem to be overwhelmed from well from being in speaking with tribal leaders in meeting with tribal officials around the country in the last year or so so again our tribe sneakily and you know is dedicating the resources I am the support necessary store for our tribal law enforcement officials to to do their jobs and to make sure that they're monitoring anything and everything that might be related to these types of activities that could negatively affect our tribal people and not only that but our entire troubled communities in that reside in and around our reservation areas so but again we was very I opening for us to not to learn that in our state we were in native Americans are Katic categorizes other knowledge in reveal that you know it is it was almost as if we don't exist as the four women and children are invisible and and I think the documentary from my viewpoint it gives a voice to to to some of those silenced and it's a documentary Nichols lawmakers and and and in including it and you know just elected officials around the country not all not only does state that these women and girls are not accessible and indeed the the the documentary insures that this tragedy can no longer and nor ever from this moment on be a silent crisis you know a lot of the cases in the film it's they're very moving you see the pictures of these young women who are now dead and gone I've been murdered or they are missing and they're there in Montana North Dakota and you know it's it's heart breaking the stories and it's heartbreaking how old some of the cases were that the ball was dropped by law enforcement that was involved that's tribal V. I. a and federal what about you or your tribe have you had murders of young women in your in your tribe and and and other is your tribal police are they on top of it here thankfully again I'm George we we have not had is murdered or missing women here in our tribe but go ahead George I just said good at but absolutely absolutely and again thank you what is said that this was this documentary does is that it raises awareness not only forty outside communities non Indian communities outside but but also for the tribal nations and tribal leaders and tribal people it's it's it's a wake up call for everyone like I mentioned a minute ago and whether it be to step up our efforts or two again to be proactive and in monitoring and trying to be ahead of this nationwide crisis so again you know our tribal government is committed to providing the resources and the support necessary to to offer anything and everything that we can to our tribal law enforcement officials to make sure that the candle to hell we we stay ahead of this this trend you know a lot of people you know that people non tribal people Americans the rest of us so the white society in in largely there's a lot of guilt left over for for what has happened to tribes for indigenous people here and and I think that that would be a complicating factors that people who don't want to face up to the responsibility they have for a situation they exist on reservations and with tribes are across the country right I think that's accurate I think to to to assess and this situation as it exists now but I think you know law enforcement in general I'm not making excuses for anyone but law enforcement in general around the country would be tribal or non tribal or or just overwhelmed in certain cases the lack of funding and lack of staffing to be able to combat and confront some of these challenges that are that these communities are facing obviously we're seeing the old old old issues outstanding issues that communities generally face but this is something you know murdered and missing women and digest women this is something that again has been on the increase for quite some time without anyone having to raise awareness or taken note of it perhaps and I think if it's it's it's absolutely imperative that we all joined forces number one to continue raising awareness whether it be through a documentary such as this such as this one that we're speaking about today or whether it be raising awareness jointly between tribal communities and non Indian communities an entity so it's it's it's then the moment could not hit is this is this is broke right now you continue speaking for the voiceless and and and is deserving of a potential for righteous red revolution concerning native Americans I think in my opinion you know it's a it's presidential election year people are out stumping for votes lot of candidates at least on and what the democratic primary does your tribe have enough voting power to attract attention of these elected officials that they come around and and solicit your votes and and seek your opinions voting power yes there is in and that can be looked at and number of ways the the Kerr shopper tribe is one of the top one of the top ten largest private employers in the state of Louisiana even though that we are we we are one of four federally recognized tribes here in this state and yet even though we number listed nine hundred in less than a thousand we currently we number nine hundred and sixty one members in our triad and yet what our total who work force the Chater driving slowly close to two thousand four hundred people is that come from sixteen Louisiana parishes and free you're specifically in Allen parish where we reside York County because you guys would refer to it in Allen parish where to good Charlotte tribe's headquarters are located we employ sixty eight percent of our parish and a the objects of pairs of Jefferson Davis parish we employ four percent of that parish so what that means is that the the Krishan ex five the shuttle tribes foot print is a significant not only again the the tribe may be like a small private but it's one of the largest employers in the state so again from that perspective the tribe can have significant in fact in the way elections are decided here in St so and we do maintain good friendly relationships will be out by community whether the local regional state including on the federal level so we do have communication with the and good friendships with our current elected officials but again during election season they candidates are usually aware that Kushana tribe have to be a a a stop on on their course so in the in the film in the film rain explores the idea that extractive industries mining industries oil and gas they set up the they come in they exploit nature they take things out of the ground they set these man camps which are magnets for trouble or drugs and prostitution and booze eyes southwest Louisiana I would think has been home to extractive industries are a long time the oil industry in the Gulf is been there a long time I would think that maybe the situation is different because it's entrenched is not a temporary kind of an industry it's been there forever that it's not quite the same kind of a problem right you bring up a great point George as I mentioned a few minutes ago that my that every tribe you will find across this country is is is not facing the exact same situation as as as other thought so you have to look IT tribes in their group your geographic locations separately energy you made a great point that you know Louisiana has been the the hub for the oil and gas industry Kerr several decades now and.
"vice chairman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Prayers please continue to pray for the west freeway church family rain Stein for CBS news white settlement Texas when police in suburban New York are holding a suspect on five million dollars bond charged with multiple counts of attempted murder in a man stabbing at the home of an orthodox Jewish rabbi he was leading celebrations on the final night of Hanukkah five people were stabbed at least one very seriously number two house Republican Steve Scalise himself a target shooting victim two years ago on fox news Sunday whether it's synagogue in in Pittsburgh whether it's the home of an orthodox rabbi we all need to stand up and say it's wrong to attack people based on on their faith in the sea this anti semitism run throughout our country that's something we all need to not only be alarmed about but also stand up against new York's governor Andrew Cuomo calls the incident domestic terrorism a man charged is pleading not guilty his attorney cites mental illnesses are likely factor one of the most prominent members of Congress says he is facing a major medical battle with that CBS news correspondent Sam with singer for many he went from being an activist to being a hero let us not forget that we social revolution Georgia democratic congressman John Lewis is asking for prayers he's announced the end stage for pancreatic cancer and will be undergoing treatment Lewis has been known as a civil rights champion for decades famous for giving stirring speeches in a statement Lewis says he knows cancer will be the hardest battles ever fought but he's ready to fight it Sam lead singer CBS news Washington federal safety investigators are at the scene of that Saturday small plane crash in Lafayette Louisiana that killed five people vice chairman Bruce Landsberg of the national transportation safety board has been reported.