19 Burst results for "Wall Street Journal Journal"

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

08:32 min | Last month

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Interpreter. Who helped rescue that senator. Joe biden lou stranded. Thirteen years ago and afghanistan is now in hiding. He told the wall street journal journal. Hello mr president saved me and my family. Don't forget me once response to him and why is he other. Afghan allies like him still in the country. If the president believes as he said today that the mission was an extraordinary success. Will i would say i. Our message to him is thank you for fighting by our side for the last twenty years. Thank you for the role you played in helping a number of my favorite people out of a snowstorm and for all of the work you did and our commitment is enduring not just to american citizens to our afghan partners who have fought by our side and our efforts and our focus. Right now is as you heard. General mackenzie say and others say over. The last twenty. Four hours is the diplomatic phase. We will get you out. We will honor your service and we're committed to doing exactly that. I'm sure this is a great comfort to this guy who stuck in afghanistan. Right is a great comfort. is jen psaki. The white house is saying they will get you out just like they said they would not leave any americans in afghanistan before the final withdrawal except they actually did that just like they said afghanistan would not fall to the taliban anytime soon even though it did within a matter of days just like they said just like they said just like they said a promise from joe biden's white house and the buck fifty would get you a cup of coffee. If joe biden's inflation did not raise the price of a cup of coffee now. It's going to be his word plus probably three or four dollars. Get your cup of coffee. It's worth nothing. There is a consequence to incompetence. There is a consequence to not fulfilling promises and the consequences. That if i were that guy in afghanistan. I'd stay in hiding i. I figure out a plan b. Because i wouldn't rely on the biden administration. Most americans believe joe biden should resign. That is a shocking is a shocking number comes from rasmussen. A right-leaning poll firm. But they got pretty good numbers. They've got a pretty good record. Rasmussen's saying fifty. Two percent of americans want joe biden to resign only thirty nine percent or opposed to him. Resigning a full sixty percent want him. Impeached thirty seven percent do not want him impeached. Furthermore so that's that's really bad in in and of itself but then it gets even worse. A full fifty eight percent do not believe that. Kamala harris is qualified to be president and forty seven percent of americans. Haven't been paying attention. Forty percent no. It's it's even crazier forty. Per forty seven percent believed that she's not at all qualified to be presidents. I'm sorry i've got a correct myself. Only thirty eight percent have not been paying attention. They think she is qualified. And now this is the best news for joe biden because a majority of americans want him gone and an even greater majority of americans want him impeached. But americans are so terrified of kamala harris. That it probably wouldn't happen. That's really big. As i mentioned earlier. I think joe biden should be impeached. I don't think he's committed an impeachable offense. I know that these days you can be impeached for you. Know how you take your coffee in the morning. I know that these days. The constitutional legal requirements for impeachment have been thrown by the wayside in favor of political considerations. But i'm still standing by the constitution. And i still think that there is a legal aspect to impeachment and so i don't think he's committed a crime. As far as i can tell the the one crime he might be committing. Now is coming out of the incoherence of american foreign policy because we helped to start a terrorist republicana network. It was one of the largest recipients of of cia funding during our fight in afghanistan against the soviets. The hey connie network has is a terrorist organization and the united states considers officially terrorist organization and the connie network the. Us official headline is that the economy network and the taliban are different but in reality they're not accounting network has been folded into the taliban are the same thing now see. The united states is allies with the taliban but we still consider the connie network terrorist organization. And we were just hearing yesterday from from the white house and the state department that very likely will fund the taliban they will send foreign aid to the taliban which means they'll be funding a terrorist organization. Which is a crime. So i get in that way. He may have committed a crime. But otherwise it's just it's just incompetence it's just maladministration which is very bad but i don't think it's impeachable. And should he resign. I don't. I don't know i don't want him to. I'm with the people who fear harris more than buy them. A biden seems to me mostly incompetent and so when he's handling a withdrawal from afghanistan which in principle i think still many most americans support Even if he bungles it tremendously. I i just i mean. That's that's really awful. But i'm not convinced we'd be in a better spot with comma. Harris is really really bad news for the white house when your best shot holding onto political power is the people hate your deputy even war. You're not you're not in a in a terrific position. Meanwhile the left's pr generally speaking is not that great. The taliban got great pr. The democratic party has pretty bad. Pr and actually getting back to our first topic today. Pro-life and pro-abortion a guest on msnbc. Who is on al sharpton. Show thought that it would be clever to compare american pro-lifers to suicide bombers. This is a matter of civil rights. Having the right to an abortion is a constitutional. Right is grounded in the rights of privacy that is within the constitution. And i find it really interesting. That part of this argument is an argument about you. Know the rights and abortion abortions that explicitly listed in the constitution. But you know what neither is the right to bear arms that the way that we heard that law is the interpretation of a constitutional provision the second amendment and this we are interpreting another con. We're interpreting another constitutional provision yet. That's we're not applying that same logic to this situation. I'm not where this lady went to law school. But i think she might be misinterpreted. Misinterpreting the constitution here. Because she's saying yes. No i mean maybe the right to an abortion. Yes sure you can't find it in the constitution but you can't find the right to bear keeping bear arms either except you can it's in the second amendment and it's spelled out in exactly those words is she. I don't even know it. She's trying to say. But the constitution is quite clear that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. Meanwhile as she acknowledges there is no right to an abortion. She saying that the right to an abortion is implied by the general right to privacy that also doesn't exist in the constitution. Show me the general right to privacy. Where's that where's it good. Good luck interpretation that in interpreting that in the constitution. You're gonna find it then. She goes on to make her final point. We're all like suicide bombers. What it reminds me of quite honestly is a suicide bomber. Someone who feels like they have the right in the moral duty to mess up somebody else's life for the greater good so the pro-lifers were like suicide bombers because you know what a suicide bomber does is a suicide bomber believes that he has the right and the duty to mess up someone else's life for what they perceive to be the greater. Good like an abortionist. Like you're saying to be like a suicide bomber. You have to think that you have the right to mess up someone's life so what is messing up. Someone's life is messing up. Someone's life i guess preventing someone from killing someone else. If that person wants to kill someone else. I guess in a way you could call it messing up. Someone's life but I'm gonna give you two scenarios one. Is you prevent someone from killing another person and that is inconvenient for that other. So what is a greater example of messing up. Someone's like that or.

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on How to Money

"They promise and one of the examples they gave in the story was that incomes. Post graduation are very similar for both cal. State long beach students as well as usc students. But here's the thing the. Us education cost two and a half times. More money Yeah the the included this this tool worth checking out if you're someone who is considering going back to school make sure to check out that debt to income ratio tool before you picked the school that you're going to attend And you can punch and different degree programs as well. Because you don't always get what you pay for. I feel like this is also another instance of students Taking a more consumerist approach to higher education right as they should be once we have those numbers and if we can figure out what the return on investments going to be. It's going to help us. Make a better decision. And i think at wall street journal journal tool is going to be really helpful for a lot of people who are considering getting an advanced degree It's going to really help. Guide them towards a school. Maybe that's going to be a better choice than another one which might cost a whole lot more and have essentially the same payoff. Sure yeah well. And you kind of took the positive side of the consumerist approach which is like looking for where you can find value right. But i was thinking more from the from the point of like. I'm just gonna spend a lot of money and that's gonna solve my problems. Because that's the that's the flip side of the coin in often times when you're looking at schools that cost more money. I think that's the mentality you just. That more is better if it costs more. It's going to be better and people often think that like well. I don't have to put in the hard work of networking or interning. While i'm in school because they're counting on the name of the school right. They're counting on the pedigree if that's on my diploma. I'm going to be exactly while when in reality. That's not the case and often times if you kind of you can save a lot of money by going to more affordable school in either way. You're going to have to put in the work in order to see that income. Go up post graduation. Yeah and the less of a millstone around your neck if the amount of debt you're graduating with is a whole lot less so yeah. We definitely highly recommend that to link to it in our show notes and just yet doing your due diligence when it comes to how much you're paying for that advanced degree figuring out what the cost of that education is going to be at advance of applying to that school is crucial to know whether or not it's going to pay off in the way that you want it to an matt so much of whether an advanced degree is going to pay off or not also depends on whether or not someone's gonna have to take on debt or not in order to get that degree right the If you're able to pay with cash then you're not paying interest on top of student loans and so the likelihood that that degree is going to pay off goes up and we don't think student loans are the worst thing in the world but moderation is key right. We don't want people getting in over their head when it comes to student loan debt and since most people don't actually save up the cash to pay for their education another way that people are funding higher. Learning now is through something called income share agreements but this way of paying for school has its own problems to actually starting to see more lawsuits about these alternatives to loans and marketwatch. Had this really great story about that this week. So what are they well. Instead of taking on debt in the form of loans to fund education you agree to pay a portion of your salary for a finite period of time. Post graduation some agreements..

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The news had five o'clock one that you could call the gender reveal fire she abandoned But we could call the fire that we're talking about. Well, you know the moment a smoke bomb. The van takes effect after this story runs its course. Okay, all right, for the purpose of the storm or these, but you know, they're nutty people doing all sorts of naughty things to tell everything there having a Penis or a vagina. I mean, it's like one of the dumbest acts of all time, especially since this has happened several times before. And considering the weather conditions on Sunday. Sunday Sunday, They went to a park right near the Angeles National Forest and set off a smoke bomb. I mean, let's do pictures or something. This was one of the most oppressive weekends. I can remember. I mean, I did not even want to go go for the mail. But I won't go to a park. It's set off a smoke bomb just to tell the world whether my kid's got a Penis or not. I So I talked about this last week. But it's worth talking about with you because I think There is a belief that come Election day. What could unfold would be similar to what we saw right here in Southern California, November of 2018. What am I talking about? Well, do you remember John? There was some Republican congressional races and Republican candidates were winning. There was also the Lake County sheriff's race and the night of the election. Results coming in show that some Republicans in Congress members in Orange County looked like they were going to keep their seats. Days later that all changed as thie. Late vote came in, and the rest of the male vote came in. The absentee ballots came in. They were losers. The Republicans were A lot of people who vote Republican like to vote in person. That's just the way it is. I can read you a pole, NBC NEWS Wall Street Journal Journal. They found 30% of voters nationwide Plan to vote by mail 63% do plan on voting in person. However, nearly half The Biden supporters and said they will vote by mail. But two thirds of Trump said they were doing it in person. So what we could see unfold on election night. Is Trump looking good. And then somebody puts up their hand and says, while there's still and some of these close states ah lot of uncounted ballots, we may have to wait a couple of days while they catch up to the mail in vote. And guess what might happen. Possible. It's right that that Trump is the is the president elect apparent winner on election night for three weeks or four weeks, and then as the results come in states start flipping back to bite. Right? Yeah, I've got to get you know what? I probably should look this up. Now, what is the list of states that have all mail in balloting? Oh, I see right here in the swing states. Well, because also most states, maybe all states have Balloting. You could request about to be sent to you, but you have to sign a form. And and then they'll mail you the ballot and then you send it back. But there are certain states and California is one of them. Where they're gonna mail bounced. Everybody. Yes. Because of covert 19. They made the decision to do that this year. Thinking that you might think it's too risky to show up at a polling place. And they didn't know months ago what covert 19 would look like in November, so they're sending us all a ballot. And I found out last week that what you're supposed to do. If you decide to vote in person you're supposed to surrender that ballot at the polling place. Well, nobody is you do not allegedly. What they do is they print another one. They have you surrendered that one. And this way Supposedly, you don't double vote. You're not gonna be able to track that. I don't think there will be some Casey. Here's the thing. The way this is covered in the media is they lay out the rules and on a superficial level, everybody nods long and says. Well, that's why I understand that. Yeah, okay, that makes sense. But well, you know what you have here is is thousands and thousands of low level government workers. These people aren't going to AA. Keep track of all this. You're just kind of supposed to workers end It's election Register office. Voter workers. Did you see the story in The New York Times at The New York Times The New York Post sometime in the last two weeks, I saved it. No, I did that story about the voting fraud about the voting Friday Democratic operative who gave all his inside stories. Yes, I did That story last week. How many of those guys are out there? He actually talked about how they would would boil. Open the envelopes right because, he said, it isn't the ballot. It's easy to reproduce the ballot. But the envelopes are tricky. So if you could go to somebody's home and saying, we'll take that for you to the polling place Then you go and you boil. Open the envelope, and you put in your own fake ballot in place of there's a good one. Yeah, I didn't think of that. One decides what you've always described going to retirement homes, getting the old people to fill out the ballots the way you want them do and and actually having people show up in person to vote. As the people who haven't voted before New York in the June 23rd Democratic primary, So this is not a 50 year old story. Okay, this is from June, 84,000. New Yorkers had their mailed votes thrown out. Because they incorrectly filled the ballot. 84,000 And that's just individual scoring here with absentee votes because of the signature doesn't match what's on file. They sometimes throw those out, too. Yeah, It was weird because I signed the thing when I go and vote in person, But nobody's ever said to me that doesn't look like your signature on file. You can't vote today. Get somebody males in a ballot and somebody looks at the back of the envelope in society. That signature's look right to me. They can throw it out. They've done that. In Paterson this year, they found 900 ballots in just three mailboxes. And so that was such a sloppy job that it was easy to see. It was fraudulent. Oh, what this Ballad. Take this criminal explained is when he does his operation. They don't stuff all the fake ballots into just a few mailboxes. They Sprinkle him all over town. But, hey, I think I think smart guys. Khun Game the system pretty easily. He also says if you have a postal worker, the mail guy that picks up the mail in those collection boxes and he knows it's a Republican voting district and he hates the Republican. He could just throw them out, Deliver them and says Here, you got a rabid anti trump guy. And he's working in some Republican stronghold. He could take all the ballots. He knows 95% are going to be Republicans. He could throw him in the garbage. In some cases, mail carriers were members of his work group. Now I believe this if you might. I saw this story on the channel for Web site last week. They're going. They've got a way for you to track your ballot. Oh, I got a duality in. There's a way you can track it online to make sure it's been received. I got an email about that. And I and I followed up here. Oh, see, I didn't get that yet. Me see if I can. If I got an email from the election Pita who's Who's That idiot Who's the secretary? Here? It is talking, California's secretary, state secretary, say Padilla, Alex Padilla. It says Here all California voters will be sent a vote by mail ballot prepaid postage for the general election. You now can get critical updates on your ballot through California's official. Where's.

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Media Surprised by Tesla Registrations Despite Shutdown

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Media Surprised by Tesla Registrations Despite Shutdown

"Everybody robbing our here today we were talking about a number of different reports on tests registrations in the united. States in the month of April and May tussle stock, despite some of these reports finished the day up one percent to nine hundred ninety one dollars, seventy nine cents that compared to the Nasdaq up zero point two percent all right so as much as I would love to skip this topic because I think a lot of us know where this is. Is Heading. Most of the Tesla headlines today are related to a Wall Street Journal article published this morning titled Quote Tessa Registrations Plunge in California data tracker, says and quote, then leading off the article with quote, registrations of newly purchased Tesla vehicles plunged critical California market over the past two months according to new data underlining the challenge chief executive Elon, Musk faces to keep investor enthusiasm that has helped propel the company's share price and quote the Wall Street Journal Journal cites data from Dominion Enterprises which apparently tracks registrations in twenty four states that make up about sixty five percents of the US market, and in those twenty four states they say that Tesla registrations declined thirty three percent to fourteen, thousand, one, hundred and fifty one vehicles during the first two months off cue to the media, then seemed to go full, shocked Pika Chew Mon and read a whole bunch of articles about this highlighting Tesla's quote, unquote plunging registrations so. So I thought had a little bit of fun with that with the today. Apologies for that, but the point here is that this should not be surprising at all. People seem to have forgotten that Tesla. Had Their factory shut down for seven weeks from late March to early May as we know. Tesla is somewhat unique in that their registration or sales, information correlates strongly to their production rather than simply being an indication of demand like we might see from. Cars we can easily see this in the inventory numbers. If we look at Tesla, they had twenty days of inventory at the end of Q. on of March that comes right from their shareholder letter, and if we look at a company like Ford, for example, they said that at the march they had one hundred days of inventory so twenty days of inventory doesn't get. Get you too far when you're factories, shut down for fifty days compared to if you had one hundred days of inventory in stock like four does according to Cox Automotive, many brands actually had more than one hundred days of inventory at the end of March including Honda, jeep, Cadillac, an Acura and many others, and then even on the low end. They have KIA as. As the lowest brand at forty three days, so Tesla's inventory is about twenty to twenty five percent of the average and half of that of the lowest other brand in the US. The other important consideration here when we look at April and May specifically for the United States is that because Tesla restarted production in early, may that only gave them a couple or A. A few weeks to be able to produce vehicles ship them over to Europe and have them delivered within Q. Two, so with that being the case, obviously a very small amount of vehicles produced in May are going to actually be allocated for the North American market, so yeah plenty of reasons for us to expect registrations to have been down year over year in April. April and May in the US definitely not shocked Pichu type of situation, even with all that being the case in the same article, The Wall Street Journal says that Dominion Research says that the industry fell forty three percent in April and may remember. They have tussled down thirty three percent, so even without much inventory, Tesla is still outperforming the broader industry. You actually interpret. Interpret this as relatively bullish report. The other thing that I want to talk about briefly is the actual number here. So they said that registrations were fourteen thousand, or so in the first two months of the quarter and remember that's four states that make up about sixty five percents of the total US auto market. Tesla probably penetrates a little bit higher in those markets. Markets, because it does include California, so if we assume that that's about seventy five percent, then that can point to a number of about eighteen thousand five hundred vehicles registered in the United States in April, and met now I'm not putting much weight into these numbers, but that number does seem extremely reasonable. We know that Tesla began the quarter with about thirty thousand vehicles. Vehicles in inventory, so if we assume about half of that inventory, or about fifteen thousand vehicles were in the United States at the end of March then for us to have eighteen thousand vehicles registered in the US in April, and may sounds like a pretty reasonable number, if tussle were to sell off some of that inventory mentor, and then we add in deliveries from. That are probably not entirely allocated for Europe as well as Mata. Why if anything I see this report? As a low weight indicator that things are roughly on track. One less thing. I wanted to point out on this. The street did run article separate from my page on this topic and I didn't really love the headline. They reach out me, gave me the opportunity to add some context, and then actually included all of my comments in the article on this

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on Europe wants everyone to use the same phone charger. That sounds crowded. Hey I get good. At understanding. The context of whole books at once and tiny biological robots botts made from frog cells. This is the daily Tech News for Friday January Seventeenth Twenty twenty in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt. And and from Studio Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane drawing the top tech stories of the day from Cleveland. I'm Lynn Peralta producer. Roger Chang and. We're very happy to have ANALII new wits author of the future of another time line and host of the our opinions are correct podcast. Emily welcome back for having me again. We were just introduced Dan. We were just introducing analee. Too horrifying food mascots and talking about the science fiction shows and more on good. Good Day Internet. You can get that by becoming a member at Patriotair DOT COM SLASH S. Let's start with a few things. You should know sources. Tell The Wall Street Journal Journal that facebook is backing away from previously announced plan to sell ads in. What's up the team at working on the ADS has reportedly been disbanded with existing work deleted from? I'm what's up code. facebook still reportedly has long term plans to put ads in the what's status feature and facebook will instead reportedly focused on business message in as a revenue generator generator. Meanwhile mobile APP developers have filed a class action complained in the United States against facebook. The suit claims facebook quote identified and categorized potential market threats. Then extinguished those threats. I really want to add with extreme prejudice but that wasn't in the actual filing They claim that facebook cut them off from their access to facebook data not to protect people's privacy but to drive them out of business. Xiaomi says it has resolved its issue with Google integration and people can now use me the security camera services with nest devices. Jami didn't detail the cause of the problem but Google temporarily suspended cameras from working with nest after users reported. Seeing video video feeds from other users was disturbing. But they've got it fixed now hopefully. Let's talk a little bit more about what's going on.

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on Europe wants everyone to use the same phone charger. That sounds crowded. Hey I get good. At understanding. The context of whole books at once and tiny biological robots botts made from frog cells. This is the daily Tech News for Friday January Seventeenth Twenty twenty in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt. And and from Studio Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane drawing the top tech stories of the day from Cleveland. I'm Lynn Peralta producer. Roger Chang and. We're very happy to have ANALII new wits author of the future of another time line and host of the our opinions are correct podcast. Emily welcome back for having me again. We were just introduced Dan. We were just introducing analee. Too horrifying food mascots and talking about the science fiction shows and more on good. Good Day Internet. You can get that by becoming a member at PATRIOTAIR DOT COM SLASH S. Let's start with a few things. You should know sources. Tell The Wall Street Journal Journal that facebook is backing away from previously announced plan to sell ads in. What's up the team at working on the ADS has reportedly been disbanded with existing work deleted from? I'm what's up code. facebook still reportedly has long term plans to put ads in the what's status feature and facebook will instead reportedly focused on business message in as a revenue generator generator. Meanwhile mobile APP developers have filed a class action complained in the United States against facebook. The suit claims facebook quote identified and categorized potential market threats. Then extinguished those threats. I really want to add with extreme prejudice but that wasn't in the actual filing They claim that facebook cut them off from their access to facebook data not to protect people's privacy but to drive them out of business. Xiaomi says it has resolved its issue with Google integration and people can now use me the security camera services with nest devices. Jami didn't detail the cause of the problem but Google temporarily suspended cameras from working with nest after users reported. Seeing video video feeds from other users was disturbing. But they've got it fixed now hopefully. Let's talk a little bit more about what's going on.

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Geek News Central

"On New Year's Eve I wouldn't do one but again we'll do thirtieth and do one on the second and then on the fourth January I had out for a Las Vegas for. CBS and really eight days of pure hell. So anyway. That's what's going on so let's go and get in the stack. I got a whole bunch of stuff to talk to you tonight about and again if you are on facebook and you haven't said hello please do so but there's a fascinating fascinating article. That's on the Wall Street Journal Journal that is talking about wow way now we know that. Wow Way has flooded the US US and other markets worldwide with ultra cheap telecommunication gear now number one. They're in China. They half less money to pay employees. They stole all this tack they stoled Ip so they have all this advantage right and and they really haven't had to do a lot on their own to get to where they've got nothing you know. They've had to do some amount of work. But let's be frank. In my personal opinion. Weiwei has really kind of stole their way into the marketplace In addition to that they received as many as much as seventy five billion dollars in tax breaks financing and cheap resources from the Chinese government. Now think about this think about if the US government hid gave and Cisco seventy five billion dollars in tax breaks how it could compete now cisco still has to innovate. They still have the design. Still have there's all kinds of stuff that they would still be behind the curve but but while way because they're in China and yet all this financial assistance and state support again a state support. It's it's no wonder they've been able to come in and be as cheap as they had. No why why why. Why would the Chinese government give company? That's in the telecommunications field as much as seventy five five billion dollars in.

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Dan Dot Com all right moving on another important story because the Democrats lie to you often vote early vote often the Democrats tagline well they lie to you early and they lie to you often to amend it bothers me because people get get suckered by unfortunately and I understand I do. I don't want to oversell this but you all are busy out there. You work for a living you get dirt under the fingernails. You're out there doing you. When you come home you gotTa make dinner for the kids. You don't have time. This is what I do for a living. I have an edge in this right. This is what I do. You don't have time to go research every single false every single data point the Democrats but oh well the Wall Street. Journal does a lot of good homework for us a very good economics and a little sometimes sketchy on immigration. They do good work. The Democrat's new talking point the flowering economy folks is Amazon. Get to a couple of liberal talking heads to inequality. Yes ask the tax cuts okay. We're GONNA take one the middle class. The middle class got screwed. The middle class is shrinking the sky's falling chicken little style right so I saw this article in the Wall Street Journal Journal any of course the bunks a lot of this nonsense and you need to have this ammunition at your at your fingertips to to be ready to go so by the Editorial Board September Twentieth Twenty Nine thousand nine. The real cure cure for inequality. Income gains are now rising faster for low wage workers. Wait Paul. That's on pop. Did you manipulate that headline did you. Did you best with that. Income come get she says No. Income Games are income game. Income gain spit out are now rising faster for low wage. Where am I reading number for those of you. In the a youtube accounts low wage workers yes that's right that is an accurate heaven now of course that must be alive the Wall Street Journal editorial board clearly lying to us why because because the Democrats have already told US repeatedly multiple times that that is not the case that inequality is growing and that the middle class and low wage workers got the got the shaft after right by the trump tax cuts. That's what we were told. I'm just repeating their nonsense. I'm actually put a quote by one of them. In a couple of minutes Ladies Ladies Gentlemen that's not true that is just false. It's a fallacy. It's incorrect inaccurate garbage from the piece in the Wall Street Reach Journal. This is lie to you so much. It's incredible. Democrats flogged last week census report that showed health coverage in medicaid enrollment declined and declined in in two thousand eighteen so the Democrats talking points in the census data. People are falling off the the Obama people are uninsured. That was their talking point. I covered this a little bit but it's GonNa be important in the context of a bigger picture but they ignored the other side of that story worker earnings increased by three point four percent while the poverty rate declined zero point five percentage sanish points to eleven point eight percent the lowest level since two thousand and one benefit roles are shrinking as low income workers earn more now some of you listen listen to show last week say Daniel Repeating yes because it's important folks I've seen now some of the Democratic candidates for president to quote the Wall Street flogging logging this talking point beating this thing to death that the latest census data shows that the number of people without health insurance is increasing folks. That's because they're earning more money and they are now eligible for low. Income programs like Medicaid. That's not a problem that is a good thing you get it policies making sense like they're they're not insured under traditional obamacare and Medicaid the program because they're making too much money to qualify and what planet Pizarro Superman Planet. Is that an issue by the way she captain Boomerang DC marvel before thousand emails that is detective comics that is not an issue that is only an issue to lying lying. Democrats large swath of people who are becoming uninsured are becoming a joke because they make too much money now to get the government programs and they you don't want insurance. That's their choice. That's not some kind of public policy failure by Donald Trump now. I've already said that but it fits fits in line with a bigger inequality argument going on with the Democrats. That's why I'm repeating it because it's it's important to Democrats. Bigger argument is okay. The trump economy may be doing well but it's only doing well for the rich people. The middle class is shrinking and people are losing insurance chicken little style now assads takeaway number two from the Wall Street Journal piece. Oh this is doozy. Democrats also keeps keep saying that the middle class is shrinking folks hold on saying that they love this talking point because it's visual to shrinking like no one wants to see you know Seinfeld. Mike Shrek Strike Edge. No one wants to see some of you know one shrinkage right when you say the middle class is shrinking people panic now for those of you listening if I tell you the middle class is shrinking and you accept the Democrat premise on that. What does that logically mean to you. It means to you that what people are getting poor people right. That's what they're trying to. They're not saying the middle class is shrinking to tout the trump economy. They're saying the middle classes shrinking to scare you. Oh my gosh we're losing everything. Okay back active piece. Here's what's really going on again. We do facts and data here. If you're not interested the show's not for you sorry which is most liberals that the middle class is shrinking because income gains are being distributed more evenly the share of households making less than thirty five thousand dollars a year in inflation adjusted dollars has fallen one point a two percentage points since two thousand sixteen wow that sounds bad fall port no while those earning between fifty and one hundred fifty thousand and more than two hundred thousand have increased both by zero point eight percentage points ladies and gentlemen in other words. The middle class is shrinking because people are getting richer. I know that's hard for the LIBS. Who you're allergic to facts and data. I get it skulls impenetrable to to real world data points. I get it that a lot of liberal talking heads will just say that and Thomas Solo. He says they'll never get okay. What's next next the Middle Class A shrinking well. What does that mean. What's next well? What it means is the middle class is shrinking because people are getting richer not poorer do get it. People are leaving one sphere the middle class. They're not moving into lower income categories. They're moving to higher income categories. That's why the middle class is shrinking for you way way older listeners who've been with me from the enemy and older chronologically with me from the beginning. I used to cover this talking talking point all the time we were still doing sticky notes as the renegade Republican. This was a talking point used against Reagan all the time the middle class clash shrunk with Ronald Reagan did because people got wealthier just look at the income categories the wealthier income categories grew. Where do you think those people came from Mars. They came from the middle class. That's what's happening now. Under trump yes people are becoming some becoming uninsured because they don't want health insurance and they're making more money and they're not eligible. That's their choice. It's not a public policy problem and the middle class is shrinking. Yes you are all right Bernie Comal Elizabeth Warren all you phonies out there. You're all right. The middle class is shrinking because people are getting richer either. You don't understand the data or you're lying and ladies gentlemen. We all know we yeah we did. We know that right I mean can we just stop playing games all they just don't know Dan. It's all yeah. Okay sure whatever now on this there's another really Taraf Love Cato Cato Cato. They really really terrific work. I don't like to put myself in a box but I find myself to be a conservative libertarian. A lot of these issues conservatory take those Dana lashes term for I don't want to steelers stuff so footnote but I find myself to be a conservative. Terry especially on a lot of economic issues and and one of them that bothers me again. Is this issue that again the middle class shrinking in America's people are moving into poverty when it's not true Kato as a grape short sweet to the point again the show notes today definitely worth your time Chelsea Fall Afoul a or sorry Chelsea senior neighboring their September eighteenth two thousand nineteen middle class is shrinking aw as households become richer again. Kato does good work great work and they always always back their stuff with extensive footnoting. She makes the exact same any point now again. This isn't personal. I work with Juan Williams at Fox. You know I'm not I don't do the liberal thing where I make everything personal. I just refuse to do that. I'm sorry but one was quoted in a in a piece and I'd be happy to challenge them on the five whenever I'm back with them and a in person if he wants to debate on just name the day. I'm happy to do it so one Williams from the cato piece. They have a quote from on Williams. He wrote an op Ed. One is very liberal in the hill. He brought this up the hill and he said this is a quote from one. Did you can look it up yourself. They linked to the opinion piece and Kato. If you'd like to read it quote from on Williams. The rich got trump tax cut. GDP look good and the stock market's doing doing great for people with money to invest but it is only the rich who got the big reward in trump's economy. What about the Middleclass Okay on. What about the middle. I'm I'm sorry I'm not trying to make personal but do you. Are you just unfamiliar with the data do you did you not read the census data or I mean. Are you just manipulating people. What about at the middle class okay. What about them if they got richer I mean how come you trying to be diplomatic so I don't like you know get under people's skin or us. We lose the debate on it but he just making that up. What do you mean what about the middleclass now I just addressed the census data but Kato down further in the piece as the second point again because I thought facts matter like liberal the science okay sure sure you are from the Peace Cato according to the most recent data from the US Census Bureau again in two thousand eighteen over thirty percents of US households earned over one hundred thousand one dollars the we'll call the upper-class fewer than thirty percent of households earn between fifty and one hundred thousand. I E the middle class the share of US households solds making at least one hundred thousand dollars has more than tripled since nineteen sixty seven when just nine percent of all US households earn.

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President Donald Trump gets heat for urging Ukraine probe

Anderson Cooper 360

11:17 min | 2 years ago

President Donald Trump gets heat for urging Ukraine probe

"Thanks for joining us has learned tonight that the President United States pressed a foreign head of state to work with his personal criminal defense attorney to investigate the son of a political opponent when you strip away all the complexities surrounding and including where it fits in the whistle blower fair there's one simple central point to this story which I broke in the Wall Street Journal Journal late today according to the Journal in July twenty fifth phone call president trump in his official capacity. Ask the president of Ukraine to do something in his official official capacity that would benefit not this country but president trump himself both politically and personally citing sources familiar with the matter the journal reports that he pushed the Ukrainian President about eight times on that one phone call to work with Rudy Giuliani on a probe of Joe Biden son Hunter who worked for a time with the Ukrainian Gas Company now according to the Journal and you'll hear shortly from one of the reporters who broke that story for the Journal. This did not involve an explicit offer of something in return quoting from the story. Mr Trump didn't mention a provision of US aid to Ukraine on the call said this person who didn't believe Mr trump offered the Ukrainian president any quid pro quo for his cooperation on any investigation similar reporting as well from the Washington Post on that and the hard sell Hunter Biden but unlike the journal opposed goes one step beyond saying that the call is at the center of the whistle blower complaints. The White House is trying to squelch the president meantime had this to say. It's a partisan whistle. Blow shouldn't even have information. I've had conversations with many leaders that always is appropriate and thanks God can tell you that always appropriate at the highest level was appropriate and anything I do. I fight for this country. I fight so strongly only for this country. It's just another political hack job. That's all it is. It's called it a beautiful conversation with the Ukrainian president his words words by the way the President says the whistler there is partisan later. He admitted he doesn't know who the whistle blower is. As we mentioned the Wall Street Journal source said the president did not offer any kind kind of quid pro quo for the Ukrainian president cooperation but we should also point out that at the time of that call Ukraine was anticipating receiving a quarter billion dollars in in military aid from the United States at the time of the call the aide had been appropriated by Congress but not yet approved by the president and in fact it was later blocked by the the president pending a review so I just WanNa zero in for a moment on the timeline as we know it. The call is on July twenty fifth and sometime in the early weeks of August is Rudy Giuliani met with and spoke by phone with emissaries of the Ukrainian president on August twelfth. The whistle blower complaint was filed at the end of August president trump trump ordered a review effectively blocking that military aid to Ukraine that Congress has already approved September first vice president pence meets with Ukrainian mean President Zilenski eight days later three House committees begin investigating all this and by September twelve that hold on the aid that the president put was was lifted now we don't know exactly who said what to whom but it's clear that even as private citizens. Giuliani who was pressing Ukrainians the president in his official capacity city was blocking money they badly needed and now we know these reports bear out the president was directly and repeatedly leaning on the Ukrainian president to essentially make trouble for his political opponent Joe Biden. We also know the president has made it clear that when it comes to foreign dirt on political rivals that door is always open your campaign this time Brad Radish foreigners if Russia China. If someone else offers you information opponent should be accepted it should be called the FBI. I think maybe you do both. I think you might WanNA listen and I don't. There's nothing wrong with listening. If somebody called from a country Norway we have information on your I think good one here. You want that kind of interference in elections. It's not an interference. They have information. I think I take it so having already said that that he would take it the question now now and it's kind of sickening to even ask would he also try to demanded or even extorted more now in the new reporting from the Wall Street Journal Rebecca Beca Ball House who shares a byline on it Rebecca. What are you learning about. President trump's call with the president of Ukraine. So what we understand is that in in this July twenty fifth call that he had with the president of Ukraine he repeatedly pressured him to investigate Joe Biden and his son in mentioned tinned on at least our around eight occasions that he should talk to trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who's been mounting a very public campaign pain to have Ukraine look into what he believes is inappropriate by behavior by Joe Biden and his son but this is the first inclination that we have the first forest is revelation that we have that the president personally raised this in a conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart based on your reporting. There was no explicit a quid pro quo on that call if you go after the Biden's or their company one hundred Biden is affiliated with you'll get the military aid that we're holding up there on the call. There was an equip roku correct. That's right and that is a major piece of this because the Washington Post reported earlier this week I in a really great story that the whole whistleblower complaint that we've been talking about centers on a promise that the president made to a foreign leader and his Lee at least as far as this call with the Ukrainian cranium president goes were not aware of any specific promises that he made on that call we we don't believe that he mentioned the foreign aid that his administration in August was reviewing whether to send to Ukraine and we don't believe he necessarily dangled any other quid pro quos to the Ukrainian president and also what we know is that that Rudy Giuliani has admitted that he met with top Ukrainian officials back in June and August about the prospect of an investigation right and and and Giuliani was pretty public about the fact that in May he was planning a trip to Ukraine to meet with the president with Dolinsky who I guess who was at the time the president elect elect and that the president that president trump was aware of his plan to go to Ukraine which ultimately ended up canceling but as you say he he met in June in Paris with an official from Ukraine Prosecutor General's office and he met in in Madrid Aug with a top aide twos Alinsky and we believe believe he raised this is an investigation on both occasions and it was fascinating is when you see Rudy Giuliani on television you really never know what he's going to say and it's not even clear the he's entirely clear what he has just said and so one can only imagine in these meetings with Ukrainian officials in which there may be no transcripts at all all what he has actually said or what sort of arrangements have been made. It's such a fascinating story. Rebecca appreciate your reporting. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me well as we mentioned. This is all now being investigated in the House including by the Oversight Committee Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly's a member. I spoke to him just before airtime culturing connolly. The President says it doesn't matter what he said to the president of Ukraine or whether he he talked about Biden eight times or not. Does it matter to you a traumatic to every American Addison it is not okay for the president of the United States to talk to a brand new newly-elected foreign leader who has no experience I might add in the political realm or in foreign policy and extort art from him a pledge to dig up dirt on a perspective political opponent that is not normal that is not ethical. It is probably probably not legal. None of us should accept that as the new norm in American politics use the word extort the journal is also appointing the president did not offer anything in exchange change on that call there are obviously a large commitments by the US that were being held up military aid and and the like which has now been released so after that call at the aid is the military assistance gets released released. Are you saying they're you think that would be a quid pro. Quo even if it's unspoken well well I use the word extortion deliberately Anderson because you accurately recall inexplicably president trump decided to suspend almost a quarter of a billion dollars of foreign military aid to Ukraine this at a time when combat continues in the eastern eastern part of the country when Russian troops occupy parts of the eastern part of the country and illegally occupy illegally annexed Crimea which is part of Ukraine watched the American people have confidence in Congress is ability right now to get answers from this White House whether it's in testimony or you know it seems like a just just stopping not cooperating is the White House strategy probably through the election and beyond well. I am one Edison who was called for the revival of inherent contempt. I think Congress has to enforce its own subpoenas and demands for documents by having a a a a menu of disciplines disciplinary action against those who refuse to cooperate to the legitimate oversight and accountability requirements of the Legislative branch of the United States government and that would certainly come into play here. This is another example of where trump has fired. I heard a confirmed director of an agency and put in place one of his own and acting director who certainly does not feel that he has the flexibility or maneuverability to respond to legitimate requests from Congress. He takes his marching orders from the guy who put him in the job and could take come out tomorrow morning. If this is true would this be collusion an effort to collude with a foreign power yes well. I would say it's at the the very least attempted collusion and remember many of us condemned Rudy Giuliani for saying he was going to do this very everything a number of months ago and at the time it was thought that he receives enough negative pressure from both sides of the Allen from the media that he backed off apparently he didn't not only did not back off the president himself got in the act and it's another sort of chapter in sorted presidency but realistically what what steps do you really have. I mean I know you said there should be a change in in inherent contempt but without that right now does this this just well. The the the only remedy had sent in front of us. Frankly is going to be impeachment. Connolly appreciate your time. Thank you

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hundred thousand dollars from high school student body funds Cynthia Campbell of midway pleaded not guilty Friday to two hundred twenty two felony counts against her prosecutors say she was a student finance clerk at Esperanza high school in Anaheim and stole money for years by writing checks to our self her husband and even her dead mother she retired two years ago a recent school district audit turned up the missing money the sixty four year old could face more than two hundred years in prison if convicted Amy king K. I find you on manta Norwalk has been arrested after accidentally shooting his aunt at a house party witnesses say the man was showing off the gun last night before fired off a shot the woman is expected to be okay president trump made you looking to buy Greenland from Denmark White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says trump considers the country to be a possible investment then mark is it now I realize it is a strategic place up there and they got a lot of valuable minerals Wall Street journal journal reported last week trump has been privately asking age about the possibility of the U. S. purchasing the Danish territory ring was foreign minister has said we are open for business but not for sale a new poll from fox news digest president trump would lose to for democratic presidential candidates in head to head match ups according to the poll former vice president Joe Biden would be trump fifty to thirty eight percent results also found trouble lose to Vermont senator Bernie Sanders California senator Kamel Heris in Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren up another fox survey found trump's disapproval rating stood at fifty six percent this week and thousands of bicyclists and skaters and pedestrians have taken over street in Hollywood and west.

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Eight six six ninety redeye. He is currently Gary McNamara. All the president in Louisiana promoting energy independence in the energy infrastructure. You've got a choice of jobs, if you don't like what you doing. You got to want to wake up. I do despite all of the stuff that we go through and despite being in the swamp of Washington. It is, but we are not at the hell out of the swamp creatures as we call them when knocking. Now, they've never had a time like this, what the hell is going on. Not a lot of. Great. The not not a lot of trade talk going on yesterday is both sides seem to be pretty quiet on both sides, worried, obviously that any remarks that they make good affect the stock market in a negative way though. The president as we on Monday night started saying he is optimistic that we will get a trade deal done in the next three to four weeks. And that's what temper the stock market yesterday was the fact that there wasn't any heavy rhetoric. The president not saying, for example, that coming, this Friday, we're going to make sure we enact all the three hundred billion dollars in tariffs. Interesting couple of articles that just caught my attention here because both really bring up some of the things that we've talked about the one Nathaniel tap from the Wall Street Journal journal, China could lose face, but get rich from the trade deal, and he talks about in this article here that China's no longer cheap is it was to do business. That s you have a growing middle class as you have a government that has to be responsive to growing middle class. You have more regulations for example, on pollution environment things like that. That is now affecting industries now that you have a huge middle class wages are going up, and as, as he is stating, it's getting to the point with China, where the growth rate that they have is not going to be that great because costs are now. Moving up. Labor's, not as cheat cheap because as you move in to a middle class labor naturally goes up. We've talked about Mexico. And how labor in Mexico, even as has gone up over the years. But when you have more regulation, which China didn't use to have a need to have it. When you have a huge middle class that acquires, well, and is allowed to own some property. That's the natural progression of when you start allowing cap, some capitalism in to a socialist communist system that people get money they get well, and then they demand they start demanding things from their government. And the government has to be responsive to it. Whether you're a communist government, or whatever, if you have a society, that is an abject poverty, where you provide them everything where there's no freedom, and no acquisition of wealth. It's easier to keep that type of population under control, and it's just a different story. So he, he brings that up. I might have done into more specifics than Mr. Tamplin. He brings that up. But at the end of it, he the articles, China could lose face, but get rich from a tray. Deal what we have set what we said yesterday that one thing that isn't talked about it on. I'm glad because this is the only other person. I've seen talk about this, and we've brought it up on the last couple of shows is one thing that's lost in this entire argument. That is if this free trade deal goes through, it's one of the greatest things that the United States through President Trump has ever done for the hundreds of millions. Of hundreds upon hundreds of hundreds of millions of people in China. And as he writes ironically, China's best hope to keep growing rapidly might be a trade deal featuring exactly the sort of competition, boosting reforms that the Trump administration is asking for a fair wider plain field for private capital and tooth your intellectual property enforcement, that would help that would also help preserve Chinese access to western markets, and technical expertise, Chinese nationalist, may disagree in the long run, though, a deal force in real change might help, not enter the Chinese rejuvenation, as you said, of course, it will. That's an actual progression of capital is yes. They they're Grote when, when you have a central government, trying to organize an economy, you bring some capitalism in to a country of abject poverty, you're going to have extreme rapid growth. For the first couple of decades. It will start slowing down. And that's where many believe China is at this point. And of course, they're going to get to that point, whether the right at now in five years or ten years, I can't tell you. But the fact is, they will get there like every society who decides to become a capitalist society gets to where then you need to be responsive, especially in a communist government that has not been responsive. You have to be responsive to the people who garner influence through wealth. Right. That's just the reality of it the other thing I wanted to bring up is when we talk about what's going on in the actual negotiations. And some of the confusion, and there was another article in the journal Robert Zoellick, and he is a former World Bank president, and former US trade Representative and deputy secretary of state and what you said, is this actually makes some really good sense, because at some of the things that you and I have talked about. It's about the things that. Americans really want from China. Americans object to China's lack of. Worse here only get the US wants China to lower tariffs. Protect intellectual property and stop force transfers of technology band, currency manipulation equalize, business and investment opportunities. Second. The US worries China's state capitalism, creates unfair competition. This complaint extends beyond subsidies, many Americans believe that the whole system of state direction by the communist party conflicts, with the Marlin model of market economies, which it does. And then it goes on to a few of the other things that they want, and then he gets to the point. But Mr. Trump is focused on the US trade deficit with China. His tariffs are mismatch with the six complaints a single effort or trade war won't remake U S Chinese relations if it means avoiding escalating terrorists, most US businesses would be content with gains on the first issue of market access. Some discipline on subsidies and better intellectual property protection, American farmers. One China to purchase their grains and meats and I disagree with him on, for example. That I that that's what the negotiations are actually doing the extra negotiate from China are doing exactly what. Mr. Zoellick saying. They are. It's, it's, it's, it's about everything that the US businesses want, which is market as excess, which is, you know, some discipline on subsidies lower their subsidies. Give the Americans you have to lower the substance. Give American companies access better intellectual property protection. An American farmers want China to purchaser grains and meats. And really, that's if you if you look at that, that's really, what America wants Trump is, is focused in his speeches. On as we got a call yesterday while known frump is going to totally equalize the trade deficit. That's not the actual complaints in America has that's a political complaint. That's not a business complaint or even a consumer complaint in America. Right. And so what we have said is, this is the huge disconnect. The negotiations going on are not about reducing the trade deficit from south screening about the trade deficit again over the last couple of days and how we're losing well the actual his actual people that are working for him putting together a trade deal. Have you seen any story that the US wants to put massive tariffs on to level out the trade deficit with China? Doesn't exist. So what he is a what he is out there, every day, promoting is not actually what's being done in the actual trade deal. Well, and, you know, we recently talked about polls, and we would have qualification standard and for the respondents of, of any given poll. Right. But if you were to take a poll on trade. The, the, there's a very populous attitude, I would say it's probably in at least a great plurality of not the majority of Americans, if you were to go just man on the street approach. Eighty think we buy too many things from China. That, that which is a populist. It's a loaded question. OB s and the answer would be yes, time and time again. And I'm convinced it would be the majority of people saying. Then you get you get down to. Well, let's back that up and let's now talk about individuals these individuals who were respondents. That said, yes. How many of them vote or I'm sorry, used their dollar that way, but were the dollar everyday, but use their dollar that way. And that they're diligent about only buying America for the point being is that politically, you can get away with it saying, we're, we're, we're buying too many things from China. They need to buy more from us. Yeah, yeah, yeah. You'll get that. But it doesn't the deal itself the agreement. And the mission of getting an agreement is not about that. The details are we're going to enforce intellectual property rights. Right. And if we get them to buy, if you, you know, other when we want American made things great, but it's not going to be a balance. It is not going to be this. It is not going to be the populous approach. I can't tell you how many Trump supporters I meet who believe that. The negotiation is to limit the that then go, she's going on with China are to limit China's access to American markets. Right. That's not the case. But I understand why they think that way because the president's out there promoting it, and that's actually not what's happening in the deal. Well, and again, it's one of those things where it, it doesn't fail politically. Because it's the populist idea, you people cheered on. But that's not the point of these negotiations at all. It's not. And. Wait and see what the deal is, when it's done and see where it comes out, look, if they get nothing else done, but they're able to enforce intellectual property rights. I'm good enforce intellectual property rights and also open up markets that I that I believe you have to do you, China. Now, they're hurting themselves, as we've talked about growth, and that one of the columns in the Wall Street Journal brings that up. They're gonna hurt their growth by leap by putting the subsidies by believing that the central government can run into Konami that's where they're going to fail that will hurt their growth rate that they want the growth rate long-term for the future that will be through the roof and will eventually surpass United States, big time, just because of the population that they have, and the consumer market that they have their right? They can do it much sooner. If they signed this trade deal the that Trump is putting forward. If that's, that's the entire thing that Trump would never gotten and, and. Vote..

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gary McNamara. The president in Louisiana promoting energy independence in the energy infrastructure. You've got a choice of jobs if you don't like what you're doing. You got to want to wake up, I do despite all of the stuff that we go through and despite being into swamp of Washington, and it is, but we had knocked the hell out of the swamp creatures as we call them when knocking the hell that never had a time. Like this. What the hell is going on? Not a lot of. I know the great I knew you'd like. Not not a lot of trade talk going on yesterday is both sides seemed to be pretty quiet on both sides worried. Obviously that any remarks that they make could affect the stock market in a negative way. Though, the president as we on Monday night started saying he is optimistic. That we will get a trade deal done in the next three to four weeks. And that's what temper the stock market yesterday. Was the fact that there wasn't any heavy rhetoric. The president not saying, for example that coming this Friday. We're going to make sure we enact all the three hundred billion dollars in tariffs. Interesting couple of articles just caught my attention here. Because both really bring up some of the things that we've talked about the one. Nathaniel tap line. From the Wall Street Journal journal, China could lose face, but get rich from the trade deal. And he talks about in this article here that China's no longer as cheap as it was to do business that s you have a growing middle class as you have a government that has to be responsive to growing middle class. You have more regulations, for example, on pollution environment things like that that is now affecting industries now that you have a huge middle class wages are going up. And as as he is stating it's getting to the point with China where the growth rate that they have is not going to be that great because costs are now. Moving up. Labor's not as cheat cheat because as you move in to a middle class labor naturally goes up. We've talked about Mexico. And how labor in Mexico even as has gone up over the years? But when you have more regulation, which China didn't use to have a need to have it. But when you have a huge middle class that acquires well and is allowed to own some property that's the natural progression of when you start allowing cap some capitalism in to a socialist communist system that people get money, they get wealth. And then they demand they start demanding things from their government, and the government has to be responsive to it. Whether you're a communist government, or whatever if you have a society that is an abject poverty, where you provide them everything where there's no freedom, and no acquisition of wealth. It's easier to keep that type of population under control, and it's just a different source. So he he brings that up. I might have gone into more specifics than Mr. Tamplin he brings that up. But at the end of it, he been the articles China could lose face, but get rich from. Trade deal. What we have set. Will. We said yesterday, the one thing that isn't talked about it on I'm black because this is the only other person I've seen talk about this. And we brought it up on the last couple of shows is one thing that's lost in this entire argument. That is if this free trade deal goes through it's one of the greatest things that. The United States through President Trump has ever done. For the hundreds of millions. Of hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of millions of people in China. And as he writes, ironically, China's best hope to keep growing rapidly might be a trade deal, featuring exactly the sort of competition boosting reforms that the Trump administration is asking for a fair wider plain field for private capital and tooth, your intellectual property enforcement. That would help that would also help preserve Chinese access to western markets and technical expertise. Chinese nationalists may disagree in the long run, though, a deal forcing real change might help not enter the Chinese rejuvenation as you have. I it, of course, it will. That's an actual progression of capitalist. Yes, they they're Grote when when you have a central government trying to organize an economy you bring some capitalism in to a country of abject poverty. You're going to have extreme rapid growth for the first couple of deck. Cades? It will start slowing down. And that's where many believe China is at this point. And of course, they're going to get to that point whether the right now in five years or ten years, I can't tell you. But the fact is they will get there like every society who decides to become a capitalist society gets to where then you need to be responsive, especially in a communist government that has not been responsive. You have to be responsive to the people who garner influence through wealth. Right. That's just the reality of it. If the other thing I wanted to bring up is when we talk about what's going on in the actual negotiations. And some of the confusion, and there was another article in the journal, Robert Zoellick, and he is a former World Bank president and former US trade Representative and deputy secretary of state, and what are you said is and this actually make some some really good sense. Because at some of the things that you and I have talked about. It's talked about the things that. Americans really want from China. Americans object to China's lack of. Whereas here to get the US wants China to lower tariffs. Protect intellectual property and stop forced transfers of technology ban currency, manipulation equalised, business and investment opportunities. Second the US worries at China's state capitalism creates unfair competition. This complaint extends beyond subsidies, many Americans believe that the whole system of state direction by the communist party conflicts with the model model of market economies, which it does. And then it goes on to a few of the other things that they want and then he gets to the point. But Mr. Trump is focused on the US trade deficit with China. His tariffs are mismatch with the six complaints, a single effort or trade war won't we US Chinese relations. If it means avoiding escalating terrorists, most US businesses would be content with gains on the first issue of market access. Some discipline on subsidies and better intellectual property protection. American farmers one China to purchase their grains and meats, and now I disagree with him on for example, that I believe that. That's what the negotiations are actually doing the extra negotiate some China are doing exactly what. Mr. Zoellick Assane. They are. It's it's it's it's about everything that the US businesses want, which is market access, which is you know, some discipline on subsidies. They lower their subsidies give the Americans you have to lower the substance, give American companies access, better, intellectual property, protection and American farmers want China to purchaser, grains, and meats, and really that's if you look at that. That's really what America wants Trump is is focused in his speeches on as we got a call yesterday. Well, known Trump is going to totally equalize the trade deficit that's not the actual complaints in America has that's a political complaint. That's not a business complaint or even a consumer complaint in America. Right. And so what we have said is this is the huge disconnect. Negotiations going on are not about. Reducing the trade deficit from south. They're screaming about the trade deficit again over the last couple of days, and how we're losing will the actual his actual people that are working for him putting together a trade deal. Have you seen any story that the US wants to put massive tariffs on to level out? The trade deficit with China doesn't exist. So what he is a what he is out there every day. Promoting is not actually what's being done in the actual trade deal. Well, and you know, we recently talked about polls and how we would have qualification standard and for the respondents of of any given poll. Right. But if you were to take a poll on trade. The there's a very populous attitude. I would say it's probably in at least a great plurality of not the majority of Americans if you were to go just man on the street approach eighty you think we buy too many things from China. That the debt which is a populist. It's a loaded question, and it would be yes. And the answer would be. Yes. Time and time again, and I'm convinced it would be the majority of people saying that. Then you get you get down to well. Let's back that up. And let's now talk about. Individuals these individuals who were respondents that said, yes. How many of them vote or I'm sorry used their dollar that way, but were a dollar every day but used their dollar that way in that they're diligent about only buying American goods to the point being is that politically you can get away with it saying, we're we're we're buying too many things from China. They need to buy more from us. Yay. You'll get that. But it doesn't the deal itself. The agreement. And the mission of giving an agreement is not about that. The details. Are we're going to enforce intellectual property rights. Right. And if we get them to buy if you, you know, other while we want American made things great. But it's not going to be a balance. It is not going to be this. It is not going to be the populous approach. I can't tell you. How many Trump supporters? I meet who believe that the negotiation is to limit the then Goshi since going on with China are to limit China's access to American markets. Right. That's not the case. But I understand why they think that way because the president's out there promoting it, and that's actually not what's happening in the deal. Well, and again, it's one of those things where. It it doesn't fail politically. Because it's the populist idea you say it and people cheered on. But that's not the point of these negotiations at all. It's not. And. We'll wait and see what the deal is. When it's done and see where it comes out. Look if they get nothing else done, but they're able to enforce intellectual property rights. I'm good at enforce intellectual property rights and also open up markets that I that. I believe you have to do you China? Now, they're hurting themselves as we've talked about growth, and that one of the columns in the Wall Street Journal brings that up. They're going to hurt their growth by Lee by putting the subsidies on by believing that the central government can run into Konami. That's where they're going to fail that will hurt their growth rate that they want the growth rate long-term for the future that will be through the roof and will eventually surpass the United States big time just because of the population that they have and the consumer market that they have their right?.

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12:38 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. The president in Louisiana promoting energy independence in the energy infrastructure. You've got a choice of jobs if you don't like what you're doing. You got to want to wake up I do despite all of the stuff that we go through and despite being into swamp of Washington at it is this walk, but we knocked the hell out of the swamp creatures as we call them. We're not gonna have never had a time. Like this. What hell is going on? Not a lot of. Great. Knew you'd like it. Not not a lot of trade talk going on yesterday is both sides seem to be pretty quiet on both sides worried. Obviously that any remarks that they make could affect the stock market in a negative way. Though, the president as we on Monday night started saying he is optimistic that we will get a trade deal done in the next three to four weeks. And that's what temper the stock market yesterday. Was the fact that there wasn't any heavy rhetoric. The president not saying, for example, that coming this Friday, we're going to make sure we enact all the three hundred billion dollars in tariffs. Interesting couple of articles that just caught my attention here because both really bring up some of the things that we've talked about the one Nathaniel tap line. From the Wall Street Journal journal, Shannon could lose face the get rich from the trade deal, and it talks about in this article here that China's no longer is cheap as it was to do business that as you have a growing middle class as you have a government that has to be responsive to growing middle class. You have more regulations, for example, on pollution environment things like that that is now affecting industries now that you have a huge middle class wages are going up. And as as he is stating it's getting to the point with China where the growth rate that they have is not going to be that great because costs are now. Moving up. Labor's not as cheap cheap because as you move in to a middle class. Labor naturally goes up. We've talked about Mexico. And how labor in Mexico even as has gone up over the years? But when you have more regulation, which China didn't use to have a need to have it. But when you have a huge middle class that acquires well and is allowed to own some property that's the natural progression of when you start allowing cap some capitalism in to a socialist communist system that people get money they get well. And then they demand they start demanding things from their government, and the government has to be responsive to it. Whether you're a communist government, or whatever if you have a society that is an abject poverty, where you provide them everything where there is no freedom, and no acquisition of wealth. It's easier to keep that type of population under control. Sure, and it's just a different story. So he he brings that up. I might have gone into more specifics than Mr. Tamplin nobody he brings that up. But at the end of it, he did the articles China could lose face, but get rich from. Trade deal. Would we have set? Will. We said yesterday, the one thing that isn't talked about an own I'm black because this is the only other person I've seen talk about this. And we brought it up on the last couple of shows is one thing that's lost in this entire argument. That is if this free trade deal goes through it's one of the greatest things that. The United States through President Trump has ever done. For the hundreds of millions. Of hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of millions of people in China. And as he writes, ironically, China's best hope to keep growing rapidly might be a trade deal, featuring exactly the sort of competition boosting reforms that the Trump administration is asking for a fairer wider plain field for private capital and tooth, your intellectual property enforcement. That would help that would also help preserve Chinese access to western markets and technical expertise Chinese nationalist may disagree in the long run, though, a deal forcing real change might help not enter the Chinese rejuvenation as you said. Of course, it will that's an actual progression of capitalist. Yes, they they're Grote when when you have a central government trying to organize an economy you bring some capitalism in to a country of abject poverty. You're going to have extreme rapid growth for the first couple of deck. Cades? It will start slowing down. And that's where many believe China is at this point. And of course, they're going to get to that point whether the right at now in five years or ten years, I can't tell you. But the fact is they will get there like every society who decides to become a capitalist society gets to where then you need to be responsive, especially in a communist government that has not been responsive. You have to be responsive to the people who garner influence through wealth. Right. That's just the reality of it. If the other thing I wanted to bring up is when we talk about what's going on in the actual negotiations. And some of the confusion, and there was another article in the journal, Robert Zoellick, and he is a former World Bank president and former US trade Representative and deputy secretary of state. And what are you said is? And this actually makes some really good sense. Because at some of the things that you and I have talked about. It's talked about the things that. Americans really want from China. Americans object to China's lack of. Is it here? Let me get. Okay. The US wants China to lower tariffs. Protect intellectual property and stop forced transfers of technology band currency, manipulation equalize, business and investment opportunities. Second the US worries at China's state capitalism creates unfair competition. This complaint extends beyond subsidies, many Americans believe that the whole system of state direction by the communist party conflicts with the Marlin model of market economies, which it does. And then it goes on do a few of the other things that they want and then he gets to the point. But Mr. Trump is focused on the US trade deficit with China. His tariffs are mismatch with the six complaints, a single effort or trade war won't remake U S Chinese relations. If it means avoiding escalating terrorists, most US businesses would be content with gains on the first issue of market access. Some discipline on subsidies and better intellectual property protection. American farmers one China to purchase their grains and meats, and now I disagree with him on for example, that I believe that. That's what the negotiations are actually doing the extra negotiation with China are doing exactly what. Mr. Zoellick Assane. They are. It's it's it's it's about everything that the US businesses want, which is market s access which is you know, some discipline on subsidies lower their subsidies, give the Americans you have to lower the substance, give American companies access, better, intellectual property protection, an American farmers want China to purchaser grains, and meets. And really, that's if you if you look at that. That's really what America wants Trump is is focused in his speeches. On as we got a call yesterday. Well, known Trump is going to totally equalize the trade deficit that's not the actual complaints in America has that's a political complaint. That's not a business complaint or even a consumer complaint in America. Right. And so what we have said is this is the huge disconnect the negotiations going on are not about reducing the trade deficit from south. They're screaming about the trade deficit again over the last couple of days and how we're losing. Well, the actual his actual people that are working for him putting together a trade deal. Have you seen any story that the US wants to put massive tariffs on to level out? The trade deficit with China know, doesn't exist. So what he is what he is out there every day. Promoting is not actually what's being done in the actual trade deal. Well, and you know, we recently talked about polls and how we would have a qualification standard in for the respondents of of any given poll. Right. But if you were to take a poll on trade. The the there's a very populous attitude. I would say it's probably in at least a great plurality of not the majority of Americans if you were to go just man on the street approach eighty think we buy too many things from China. That that which is a populist. It's a loaded question OB. Yes. And the answer would be yes. Time and time again, and I'm convinced it would be the majority of people saying that. Then you get you get down to well. Let's back that up. And let's now talk about individuals these individuals who were respondents that said, yes. How many of them vote or I'm sorry used their dollar that way? But were there dollar everyday but used their dollar that way in that they're diligent about only buying American goods for the point being is that politically you can get away with it saying, we're we're we're buying too many things from China. They need to buy more from us. Yay. You'll get that. But it doesn't the deal itself. The agreement. And the mission of getting an agreement is not about that. The details. Are we're going to enforce intellectual property rights. Right. And if we get them to buy if you, you know, other while we want American made things great. But it's not going to be a balance. It is not going to be this. It is not going to be the populous approach. I can't tell you. How many Trump supporters? I meet who believe that the negotiation is to limit the that the negotiations going on with China are to limit China's access to American markets. Right. That's not the case. But I understand why they think that way because the president's out there promoting it, and that's actually not what's happening in the deal. Well, and again, it's one of those things where. It it doesn't fail politically. Because it's the populist idea you say it and people cheered on. But that's not the point of these negotiations at all. It's not. And. We'll wait and see what the deal is. When it's done and see where it comes out. Look if they get nothing else done, but they're able to enforce intellectual property rights. I'm good and well, enforce intellectual property rights and also open up markets that I that. I believe you have to do you China? Now, they're hurting themselves as we've talked about growth, and that one of the columns in the Wall Street Journal brings that up. They're going to hurt their growth by Lee by putting the subsidies on by believing that the central government can run into Konami. That's where they're going to fail that will hurt their growth rate that they want the growth rate long-term for the future that will be through the roof and will eventually surpass United States big time just because of the population that they have and the consumer market that they have their right? They can do it much sooner. If they signed this trade deal,.

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"McNamara. The president in Louisiana promoting energy independence in the energy infrastructure. You've got a choice of jobs if you don't like what you do it. You got to want to wake up I do despite all of the stuff that we go through and despite being into swamp of Washington at it is, but we are knocked the hell out of the swamp creatures as we call them when knocking now they've never had a time. Like, this what hell is going on. Not a lot of. Knowing the great I knew you'd like the not not a lot of trade talk going on yesterday is both sides seem to be pretty quiet on both sides worried. Obviously that any remarks that they make could affect the stock market in a negative way. Though, the president as we on Monday night started saying he is optimistic that we will get a trade deal done in the next three to four weeks. And that's what temper the stock market yesterday. Was the fact that there wasn't any heavy rhetoric. The president not saying, for example, that coming this Friday, we're going to make sure we enact all the three hundred billion dollars in tariffs and interesting couple of articles that just caught my attention here because both really bring up some of the things that we've talked about the one Nathaniel tap from the Wall Street Journal journal China could lose face, but get rich from the trade deal. And he talks about in this article here that. China's no longer cheap. Is it was to do business that as you have a growing middle class as you have a government that has to be responsive to growing middle class. You have more regulations, for example, on pollution environment things like that that is now affecting industries now that you have a huge middle class wages are going up. And as you as he is stating it's getting to the point with China where the growth rate that they have is not going to be that great because costs are now moving up. Labor's not as cheat cheap because as you move in to a middle class labor naturally goes up, we've talked about Mexico, and how labor in Mexico, even as has gone up over the years. But when you have more regulation, which China didn't used to have a need to have it. But when you have a huge middle class that acquires well and is allowed to own some property that's the natural progression of when you start allowing cap some capitalism in to a socialist communist system. That people get money they get well. And then they demand they start demanding things from their government, and the government has to be responsive to it. Whether you're a communist government, or whatever if you have a society that is an abject poverty, where you provide them everything where there's no freedom, and no acquisition of wealth. It's easier to keep that type of population under control. Sure, and it's just a different story. So he he brings that up. I might have gone into more specifics than Mr. Tamplin nobody he brings that up. But at the end of it, he the articles China could lose face, but get rich from a trade deal. Would we have set? Well, we said yesterday the one thing that isn't talked about it all and I'm glad because this is the only other person I've seen talk about this. And we brought it up on the last couple of shows is one thing that's lost in this entire argument. That is if this free trade deal goes through it's one of the greatest things that the United States through. The President Trump has ever done. For the hundreds of millions. Of hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of millions of people in China. And as he writes, ironically, China's best hope to keep growing rapidly might be a trade deal, featuring exactly the sort of competition boosting reforms that the Trump administration is asking for fair wider Plainfield for private capital and tooth, your intellectual property enforcement. That would help that would also help preserve Chinese access to western markets and technical expertise Chinese nationalist may disagree in the long run, though, a deal in real change might help not enter the Chinese rejuvenation as you said. Of course, it will that's an actual progression of capitalist. Yes, they they're Grote when when you have a central government trying to organize an economy you bring some capitalism in to a country of abject poverty. You're going to have extreme rapid growth for the first couple of. Decades. It will start slowing down. And that's where many believe China is at this point. And of course, they're going to get to that point whether the right at now in five years or ten years, I can't tell you. But the fact is they will get there like every society who decides to become a capitalist society gets to where then you need to be responsive, especially in the communist government that has not been responsive. You have to be responsive to the people who garner influence through wealth. Right. That's just the reality of it. If the other thing I wanted to bring up is when we talk about what's going on in the actual negotiations. And some of the confusion, and there was another article in the journal, Robert Zoellick, and he is a former World Bank president and former US trade Representative and deputy secretary of state, and what are you said is and this actually makes some some really good sense. Because at some of the things that you and I have talked about. It's about the things that. Americans really want from China. Americans object to China's lack of. Worse it here alone. Again, the US wants China to lower tariffs. Protect intellectual property and stop force transfers of technology ban currency, manipulation equalize, business and investment opportunities. Second the US worries that China's state capitalism creates unfair competition. This complaint extends beyond subsidies, many Americans believe that the whole system of state direction by the communist party conflicts with the Marlin model of market economies, which it does. And then it goes on to a few of the other things that they want and then he gets to the point. But Mr. Trump is focused on the US trade deficit with China. His tariffs are mismatch with the six complaints, a single effort or trade war won't remake US Chinese relations. If it means avoiding escalating terrorists, most US businesses would be content with gains on the first issue of market access. Some discipline on subsidies and better intellectual property protection. American farmers one China to purchase their grains and meats, and I disagree with him on for example, that I believe that. That's what the negotiations are actually doing the extra negotiate from China are doing exactly what. Mr. Zoellick is Assane. They are. It's it's it's it's about everything that the US businesses want which is market as excess which is you know, some discipline on subsidies. They lower their subsidies give the Americans you have to lower the subsidies, give American companies access better intellectual property protection at American farmers want China to purchaser, grains, and meats, and really that's if you if you look at that. That's really what America wants Trump is is focused in his speeches on as we got a call yesterday. Well, known Trump is going to totally equalize the trade deficit that's not the actual complaints in America has that's a political complaint. That's not a business complaint or even a consumer complaint in America. Right. And so what we have said is this is the huge disconnect the negotiations going on are not about. Reducing the trade deficit from south. They're screaming about the trade deficit again over the last couple of days and how we're losing. Well, the actual his actual people that are working for him putting together a trade deal. Have you seen any story that the US wants to put massive tariffs on to a level out? The trade deficit with China doesn't exist. So what he is a what he is out there every day. Promoting is not actually what's being done in the actual trade deal. Well, and you know, we recently talked about polls and how we would have qualification standard in for the respondents of of any given poll. Right. But if you were to take a poll on trade. The the there's a very populous attitude. I would say it's probably in at least a great plurality of not the majority of Americans if you were to go just man on the street approach eighty I think we buy too many things from China. That that which is populist. It's a loaded question. And it be yes. And the answer would be. Yes. Time and time again, and I'm convinced it would be the majority of people saying. Then you get you get down to well. Let's back that up. And let's now talk about. Individuals these individuals who were respondents that said, yes. How many of them vote or I'm sorry used their dollar that way? What were the dollar everyday but used their dollar that way in that they're diligent about only buying American goods to the point being is that politically you can get away with it saying, we're we're we're buying too many things from China. They need to buy more from us. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You'll get that. But it doesn't the deal itself. The agreement. And the mission of getting an agreement is not about that. The details. Are we're going to enforce intellectual property rights. Right. And if we get them to buy if you, you know, other when we want American made things great, but it's not going to be a balance. It is not going to be this. It is not going to be the populous approach. I can't tell you. How many Trump supporters? I meet who believe that the negotiation is to limit the that the negotiations going on with China are to limit China's access to American markets. Right. That's not the case. But I understand why they think that way because the president's out there promoting it, and that's actually not what's happening in the deal. Well, again, it's one of those things where. It it doesn't fail politically. Because it's the populist idea you faint and people cheered on. But that's not the point of these negotiations at all. It's not. And. We'll wait and see what the deal is. When it's done and see where it comes out. Look if they get nothing else done, but they're able to enforce intellectual property rights. I'm good and enforce intellectual property rights and also open up markets that I that I believe you have to do you China. Now, they're hurting themselves as we've talked about growth, and that one of the columns in the Wall Street Journal brings that up. They're going to hurt their growth by leap by putting the subsidies on by believing that the central government can run into Konami. That's where they're going to fail that will hurt their growth rate that they want the growth rate long-term for the future that will be through the roof and will eventually surpass United States big time just because of the population that they have in the consumer market that they have their right?.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seven max jets until after one of the airliners crashed last year, the news appeared Sunday in the Wall Street Journal journal also reporting that Pearl Aviation Administration safety inspectors and supervisors didn't know about the change either. A southwest. Has the safety. Feature was a quote depicted to us by Boeing as operable on all Macs aircraft, but the airline says only after a lion air seven thirty seven max crashed in Indonesia last October twenty ninth at Boeing say the feature wasn't turned on. Now, the max with grounded after the second crash in Ethiopia on March tenth in response to the Wall Street Journal Boeing says that as the max planes returned to service, quote all customers will have the eight oh a disagree alert as standard that says something they're working on. And of course, we're getting word of more whistle blowers. To this time on the air seven thirty seven max there is a meeting today with board members. No doubt. It will come up avengers endgame shattering the record for the biggest opening weekend with an estimated three hundred fifty million. That's just here at home. That's just domestic box office sales one point two. Billion globally, the marvel studios superhero blockbuster far exceeded even its own gargantuan expectations the movies domestic hall blew past the previous record, which was just a mere two hundred fifty seven point seven million set last year by what else of injures 0 war AMC CEO Adam Aaron on the box office draw about this of the twelve biggest movies of all time for their opening weekends. Disney has eleven of.

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07:00 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"About it in our newsletter warn people about some of the biggest scams out there. Made off the dot com collapse the real estate collapse, which led to the financial crisis, countless investment cons and frauds? All over the country. And that's basically how it worked out people. Call up. They get a little question in their mind. And I tell them what the deal is. And they don't want to leave it. People after they're realizing that their money is gone. They still know that can't be the case. Made off of couldn't be ripping anybody off that couldn't be true. And believe it or not what ends up happening is they end up getting angry with me. That was right. All along. It's my fault for telling you the truth. My fault. You may not want to hear the truth. And let me tell you something that is something that is ever. Present in our society today. People do not like the truth. The old Colonel Jessop. You can't handle the truth. And yes, we often serve it a pretty cold here on the program. I've talked about going back to my old philosophy day is in Plato's h-have, the allegory of the cave people sitting in the dark with the light behind them rather than looking into the light rather watch the shadows. On the wall. We try really hard here. People to turn you into the light. And I I used to get a lot more frustrated and a lot more angry about the fact that people would wouldn't listen. End up losing a fortune. I realized that there's only so much. I can do there is there's only so much. I can do story. Maybe we'll get a get into a little bit later on in the program. About cyber currencies and bitcoin and how. How much of the volume and the daily transactions that they report that is just fake. It's just a scam. It's not real fake volume out there. I can't tell you the. In the case of bitcoin. I actually got death threats. I got death threats because I warn people about what was going to happen. And it happened crash bang, boom collapse. And even after improving right often times people come out and again accused me of making it crash because I worn people here on the program. Yeah. I'd have people eight same made off and other scandals. It's your fault. You're talking about on the shell. If you wouldn't happen, really. Wow. I must be some sort of superhero with that type of power. We do the best. We can hear on the program, we do, and we strive especially in today's day and age when there's no such thing. It's you and far between journalism is basically get. It is. It's dead. If you can't see that after the past two years with this report after what the media failed to report on. And the lead up to the Iraq war. I'm sorry. I actually talked a little bit about this this past week on my daily program. What am I my favorite classes, and we all have those right go back to high school member? Some of the some of your favorite teacher, some of your favorite classes that you had. And they weren't the easiest classes are often times the teachers are really cared that really took an interest. And I've always been a opinionated guy. I've always read a lot. And my eleventh grade eleventh grade English elective, I took journalism. With Mr. O'Brien. And Mr. O'Brien did a phenomenal job. Phenomenal job and teaching me the difference. I'd have to write a story about something. And he would take a look at my work and say, Chris this is good. But you can't do this. You cannot insert your opinion and to a story you have to do everything and anything that you can to keep it out. And I learned that and believe it or not. The New York Times years and years and years ago used to be like that, of course, I mean, it's editorial pages another thing. But at least the journalists did the best that they could we all have our little biases. But at least they did a really good job of removing that. It's gone everywhere. It's gone. And it's sad. It really is. Democracy dies in the darkness Washington Post. The joke. All the news that's fit to print times. Wall Street Journal journal's a former shell of itself what it used to be forget about television. I honestly believe that you're gonna lose more brain cells watching cable news, then you are doing drugs, they should almost put one of those little surgeon general warnings before he actually tune in. It's that bad and guess FOX two. I mean, it's what I have to deal with and yes, it's worse than it ever has been. Case in point. We had a yield curve inversion. What is that yield curve and version is when shorter term interest rates are higher than longer term interest rates. The entire business press. Got it's underwear in a bunch started freaking out and saying, oh, my lumber full a recession is coming. I got the I got the papers. Across the board..

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06:23 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well, there's this new research that came out this week. That's pretty darn interesting to me. Tulane university. Assistant professor Damien Murray. And with a group from UCLA? Have some new biological evidence? To show how falling in love can influence immune system in a positive way. Now, this research was done women. So this is particularly good news for women. Listen up ladies, what they found in their research was that women who fell in love had increased activity of genes that involved antiviral defenses compared when when they began the study. Now, here's the interesting thing about this study. So it was a twelve month study. And that's a pretty long study when you're doing things like drawing blood on a regular basis. It was a study of undergraduate and graduate students were who participated. It was only women forty seven women completed this research that did include drawing blood every other week and filling out questionnaires about how's your life? On Tinder these days. Have you met anybody? What's happening, right. And I'm sorry. They participated in the study for a total of twenty four months. Now, the drawbacks to the study. It was relatively small. I mean, can you say forty seven women are exemplary of the entire culture at large. No, no. But the length of the study that's pretty big. And the fact that they had not just self reports. Like, I feel healthier. I haven't had cold in months. You know, you always got question. Self report studies 'cause people lie a lot. But this was you know, draw the blood and have a look at the immune system. Another small drawback, but only small in my head is that it was a paid study. They paid the participants. Hey, come on they're taking their blood every other week. This a big commitment. They're filling out questionnaires you better. Give me a little something something for that. That's what I would say. So I don't think that that necessarily skewed the results. So what they found is that women who did not fall in love during the twenty four months of the study did not have these new antiviral defenses. So. This could reflect a kind of proactive response to anticipating future intimate contact. I'm reading study given that most viruses are spread via close physical content contact. Okay. So basically, they're saying is which came first the chicken or the egg falling in love means that you're now exchanging bodily fluids is a hope you are. I hope you're kissing and getting somebody else's germs in their saliva. So what does that mean? It means that your body is going to have to produce more white blood cells, by the way, do you know, why women like to kiss more than men? So in our anthropological past women and probably today. Women use the taste of saliva and the smell of Ramones to determine how healthy a man was. And there's research around pharaoh moans and immune systems. If you've heard me talk about it before, you know about it. It is that the more disparate different. Somebody's immune system is from you. The more deliciously. They were s- they will smell to you. And the better the sex will be and here's why. So when you meet somebody, and you mate, you might take Brown eyes from one long legs from another curly hair from another except immune systems, they combine to create a stronger human. And that's mother nature's way they do it through sexuality. Smart mother nature of making somebody smell, absolutely delicious. Think about it. Think about the person that you look back on that you had the best sex within your life. I bet you're gonna remember delicious smell so. These researchers follow these forty-seven women for almost two years, and they found that those who fell in love had better immune system function. So what does this safe to us? What is this telling us? Well, basically, we're learning all the various mechanisms biological and psychological of why relationships make us stronger, I do an exercise with my students, and I want you guys to do it right now unless you're driving if you're driving do not do this right now. Okay. But if your home if you're anywhere where you can be calm and close your eyes, and like you to close your eyes, and I want you to think about some person in your life that you had a secure attachment with. It might have been a parent a sibling, a lover, an anti a grandma, and I want you to rest your head on their chest and listened to their heartbeat and feel their arms around you. And be still and go into that place that imagine tariff magic machination place. Here their heartbeat smell their deliciousness, and relax and sink into it. Guess what your body right now is releasing my favorite hormone, the one with its own nickname, the cuddle hormone oxytocin. That's what your member thing. And because the brain actually doesn't know the difference between imagination and reality you can get a little dose of it just by being alone. Now does this mean this is a replacement for a good healthy connection? No way. Jose is not a replacement at all this just to let you know why? And how relationships are particularly good for our health, and why I studied health psychology as much as I study relationships science when we come back positive psychology. It's an area of psychology that is blowing up right now focusing on your strengths. And I'm gonna tell you how you can get in the flow and get the benefits of positive psychology. You are listening to the doctor Wendy Walsh show here on KFI AM, six forty. You can follow me on social media pretty much anywhere. The handle is at DR, Wendy Walsh. We'll be right back. I'm Dr Wendy Walsh. I'll be right back. But first layer parole. You've got some news for us. I do President Trump's approval rating is on the rise. 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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Behind proper wagering. Then one of the great names somebody who's really revolutionized football handicapping in sports, handicapping, a general, Bob. Dr Bob sports dot com. Joining us from San Francisco and Bob fascinating background. You have interesting. First of all, you just like me both native buffalo needs what you left. You told me when you're two months old. So we have that in common in terms of being born in buffalo, even though you live in California. But we have one other thing I took to statistics classes in in college. You I believe majored in statistics, correct? That is correct. I took more than two. Much more than two, but I learned nothing districts in two classes to realize there's some really interesting mathematical equations and models that can be used in a variety of situations and very interested. Give us your background, you what do you see Berkeley? And how you got into handicapping interesting story. Yeah. I went to Berkeley, I think it was my freshman year. There was a football needs to hang out at the bowling alley being from buffalo. My dad was actually. Semi professional bowler while the best bowlers in buffalo during during his day. And so I grew bowling the bowling the bowling alley. NFL pool, and it was two dollars to get in. And you pick every game against spread out this point. I'd never even heard of the point spread didn't know what it was. But I was intrigued having been a, you know, a football fan and participates guy. I'd always crunched football numbers, you know, for my own pleasure little system and try to predict something. So that first week I random numbers and Kim with some formulas using pro Paul guide and put my best in. Fourteen games. I was twelve and two against the spread. I two dollars landed me over one hundred dollars in winnings. Hey. Pool. Other the next week. I did it again. And I came in second one forty more dollars than you know, as a poor freshman about this is this is interesting. So I just kind of got into it that way that piqued my interest. And I started reading as much as I could about sports betting and and. That might have some validity. And that's that's a bunch of crap. So just sort of foreign my own opinions, and everything I had an opinion. I I tried to do as much research as I could and putting statistics into the mainframe down in the basement. And and and in the math building at Berkeley, and sorta started fooling around with different ways to interpret the statistics and the math and all started. And I actually by maybe a year later, I was betting my way through college setting. I'm betting on sports. And then you begin your service and one of the things that we've seen all these handicapping sh-, tau cheats and called the numbers way. Back is stone cold locks guaranteed win rate. Seventy eighty percent. You're very honest. You're saying there is no way that that can happen. But a gambler, and and and using mathematical models can actually make money and look at it as an investment rather than just simply throwing away money at a fifty five percent win rate, which you've been. Averaging just about fifty eight percent somewhere along those lines which is on on a year and a year out basis phenomenal. Yeah. It's hard to do that in basketball. You know, you're looking for professional betting syndicates are trying to win fifty four percent or fifty five percent, and you can clean up doing that with the amount of games again basketball. And you just you there's no such thing as locker guarantee, I mean football half of the games are determined by pure luck befuddled with mostly random kick return touchdowns. You know, there's so many random things that go on the half of the spread decisions are purely luck. So if you're a hundred percent perfect handicapper and takes every day if you're on the right side of every single game half of the games you'll win because you're on the right side the other half which are random you'll win lose twenty five. So the best you possibly do a seventy five percent, if you're a perfect handicapper and his most thing, so the people that claim these you know, seventy percent eighty percent winners. It's just ridiculous. And it's just marketing to, you know, try to take advantage of unsophisticated gamblers who don't know any better. Fifty eight percent in college football over the years and fifty percent more recently in the NFL. Is as good as it gets long-term. And you know, fifty four fifty five percent in basketball is about as good as they get long-term. And there are maybe the Wall Street Journal journal did an article I mean years ago, and they had done the research on there's about one hundred people in the world can hit fifty five percent. A long run, you know. So, you know, people that I hear all the time from unsophisticated gamblers. Like fifty five percent laptop good that doesn't even cover the Jews. So like, no kind of math, you're doing. But you're laying one hundred one ten odds you need to win eleven and lose ten to break, even which is fifty two point four percent. The thing is every percentage above fifty two point four is two point one percent extra return on investment. So you if you're a couple of percentage point above that, all of a sudden, it's your four and a half or five percent return on investment, and that's compounded. You don't have to wait a year to get your four percent or five percent. Our ally you can compound it. That's why fifty four fifty five percent in a in a basketball season. You could you know, fifty percent return on your bankroll using a fairly conservative money management scheme. And you know, I've information on money management stuff on my side is as you know. But a lot of what I do is try to educate gamblers on the realities of sports betting. Yeah. I I like to say there are gamblers and their investors. I want investors, and I tried to turn gamblers. Into investors to think about it like that. There's no such thing as a lot even the best handicappers in the world have losing weeks, losing months even losing seasons. Just like the stock market has down years. But in the long run, you're gonna make money in stocks, and you're gonna make money. You know, if you know what you're doing and have someone that's fifty five percent or you're going to make money in the long. You just have to manage your money, well and most novice gamblers don't manage their money. Well, they chase or when they're winning. They think they're hot. And then they double opt or when they're down. They they dump a lot on the Monday night game. And they end up losing more. And it's just, you know, you're bad money, man. That's been really hurts people. You know, even if they're winning more than fifty percent, they're still gonna lose more by just because they don't manage their money. Well, Bob, stole of Dr Bob sports dot com premier football handicapper really in the world joins us as we get ready for a Super Bowl fifty three tomorrow. Interesting article Bob that the Wall Street Journal ran entitled the man who shook Vegas on January fifth two thousand seven, and basically what was happening is when you would send out your picks to your subscribers on Thursday. The the sports books would notice massive amounts of money coming in and basically. They were at a disadvantage until he finally figured things out, and they would adjust the lines. But it's fascinating that you were able really to move the market per se. Yeah. I still do. I mean now, it's it's you know, I have to set I have emailed anymore, and I can't wait till Thursday. Because Email the people at various times, you know. And then the first people to get the emails. I mean at most a lot of from what I understand this has been a lot of the betting syndicates. Subscribe to my service. And when you know and they're betting big money. And when those when the best command, they bet him as soon as they can before odd move, so emails no longer fair playing ground because you know, some people get their Email than others and delighted move. And so now, I do a tax service where everybody instantaneously gets the best same time within thirty seconds. The markets move around the world, and it's not an exaggeration people. Think that's a bunch of crap. Nice actual. I mean, I wish it didn't happen. I honestly wish the lines in the move and make my life a lot easier some clients. Yeah. They don't happen to be right on top of it. They get a worse number. But that's the reality of it. I mean, I have a lot of people betting a lot on the games. I recommend in the line's still move but back then they were moving. Yes. Three three or four points on a college game. I bet at minus three be minus six and a half. I mean, that's a huge believable. Changes everything. Yeah. And it no longer does it that much because people have but. Yeah, that's you're eating up. All your all your value. I mean all made it so anybody following me would not have any value. And it's it's it's tuned down a little a lot since then. But still the lines do move. And it's it's you know, it's it's a it's a it's a cat-and-mouse game. I mean, yeah, the syndicates now releasing games earlier in the week to try to beat me to the soft numbers. And so I have to release games earlier in the week to try to beat them. You know in college basketball now, I I ever released games at six thirty AM Pacific time now because the limits go up seven, and that's syndicates wanna bet there. Wanna bet the games and a lot of those. I'm on the same side of because we're doing the same good work, and we see the same value. And I'm just trying to get, you know, release them earlier than, you know, before the limits gloves before they hit them all. And now they're trying to beat me to it by betting overnight line. It's just a constant. I wished line did not move. I suppose it's flattering that they do. But it's a problem. And it's you know, it's I try to do my best for my clients. But sometimes they don't always get the best numbers. Well, what many people do not realize about the line is? The sports books or the online sites. They wanna have an equal amount of betters on each side of the line. So basically because they're gonna make money. No matter what. But the key is is you can't have everybody betting one side or the other. They have to keep it almost fifty fifty. And when they move that line. They're able to do that. Correct. Yeah. Well, it's not the amount of best is the amount of money on each side. And you might find a situation where seventy percent of the people are betting, you know, one side. And if it mostly public action, the line might go the opposite way, if this the sharp money on the other side, and that that often happens in the NFL, especially at the very, you know, more more amateurs bet the NFL than other sports, especially SuperBowl. And you know, generally, the consensus side on the number of bets on aside is wrong because the public generally doesn't know what they're doing. And the the the books sorta saved the line a little bit toward the public. You know in some instances would try to get the public to bike. And you're you're seeing that on Super Bowl honestly with the line of two and a half. I think you know, the public on New England..

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"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"wall street journal journal" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Monthly users that is is not even a number anymore. It's it's almost irrelevant when you look at the size and scale of a lot of the platforms and the media side. And if you're a twenty six year old with a spreadsheet and trying to determine the com score ratings where to put your dollars as a media com person at that agency that to me is sort of the unfortunate world that we're in. And I think it's a great time to be in direct consumer to direct consumer businesses be if you're selling a product like an actual, discreet consumer product. If you're selling into a business to business community with the great sass product. I think media is going to be pretty challenging for the next few years and on the other side of this or they're going to be new revenue models from licensing to subscriptions to you know, we've all seen all these native ad studios and content studios. I think all those things will be. Portent, but if you don't have intensely passionate audiences in multiple revenue streams, I think the darkness will continue and continue for some time. And it will be interesting to see how many of these subscription programs truly take off. I mean, there's there's so many of them. Yeah. But I think we've also over the years, I've known you for a million years, and we would have talked about paid content is sort of the Wall Street Journal journal because your boss paid for it, and like a few other things, but the reality of today is we're all paying for Netflix. We're playing for Hulu were paying for a lot of different things. And I think that the whether be at court cutting or just a general consumer non aversion to pulling out the wall and paying for content. I think that is something that people are betting on. But again, I think it's super super challenging if you've started free to go in the other direction, and like I said, I feel pretty good about starting with a paid product. Okay. So you're about three months in what is like on the agenda for the next six months. Yeah. You know, there's tremendous. Tremendous seasonality in sports. So these are our biggest time so getting through the NFL playoffs. This weekend will be bigger than last week in which is bad on baseball. They do not to agree that they do in the other big categories. It's really professional football, NCA football, NCAA, basketball and NBA basketball. But you know, a major league baseball just to deal with GM. I mean every league is doing these deals. So you'll see I think it'll be big and prop betting in baseball. Go to the game have a few beers. You know, what's going to happen in ending to to someone? You know, people used to do the past the the Cup game with a couple of bucks. I think if it's more institutionalized. It'll be interesting, but you know for us big season now coming into NCAA madness. March madness going to be huge for us. And you know, an interesting category that's becoming more on the betting landscape is PJ Gulf, which sounds crazy. But the PGA tour, I think is one of the most forward thinking of any of the leagues or associations. So that's an incredibly long season. And then for us. It's Batten down the hatches and get ready for the absolute. Madness in that madness is really NCA football. And then the start of professional football and fantasy around those things which is going to be kinda late July early August, which one is biggest free. Where's most of the action is at NFL or is it college? It's college and NFL pretty pretty pretty close NFL is going to be a head of that. But every year, it changes, you know, we do this thing called the action graph, which is a overwhelming amount of data from Bech tracked into the platform to content to where people bet, and it's interesting there still are data was on CNBC the other day and the most profitable team to bet against this past year was was the New Orleans. Saints least profitable. It was the Atlanta Falcons. So you still have a lot of people that are betting the home team..

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