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Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to Join Country Hall of Fame

Charlie Parker

02:49 min | Last month

Hank Williams Jr., Marty Stuart to Join Country Hall of Fame

"Before he formed the band. The fabulous superlatives, which which is is just just a a tad tad redundant, redundant, isn't isn't it? it? A A little little fabulous fabulous is is a a superlative superlative Marty Marty Stuart, Stuart, songwriter songwriter Dean Dean Dylan and junior Hank Williams Jr your newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Marty is going in as a modern era artist category, Dean in the songwriter category, and Hank Jr goes in in the Veterans era artist. Which is pretty significant been 60 years since his father, the great Hank Williams, went and to the country Music Hall of Fame. Dean Dylan. Has written songs for and this is just a partial list. Alabama, Brooks and Dunn. He wrote Tennessee whiskey. David Allen coded it. George Jones did it, Chris Stapleton, most recently. He's written songs for Hank Jr Whalen, Ernest Tubb, Keith Whitley, Kenny Chesney. Lee Ann Womack. Pam kill us, Toby Keith wrote about a dozen Toby Tombs. Vern Gosden. Vince Gill. And rode over 55 0 wrote more than 50 songs and shipped him off to some guy named George Strait. Including If I know me, I've come to expect it from you. Marina del Rey Oceanfront property. The chair in Georgia's first hit unwound written by Dean Dylan. Wow. It's just about all of them. That's just and just thinking If you're not from the most people, I think are familiar with the appearance of one Marty Stuart. Yes, but if you're not go to the Google machine Google, Marty Stuart and just for fun Z's Let me know Charlie Parker and I heart media dot com. How long you think it takes him every morning? Get that hair like that. I'm gonna go 45 minutes, and it's got to be at least 1/2 hour, at least at least 1/2 hour. I wonder how much hair spray Might you some kind of jailers? I don't know. It looks great, but he's got nice here. Thanks, Siegfried And Roy. I don't know which one but I don't know. He doesn't know Marty Stuart compared to Tiger. Wow. Just the hair. No, not even noon. And Marty's here has got nothing on Dean dealings. Mustache. No. Nothing. Well, congratulations to Marty Jr and Dean Dylan all going into the country Music Hall of Fame.

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"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:07 min | Last month

"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Do. Right focus on, you improve yourself, improve your capabilities, your skills get do skillset do do it's in your best interest teacher kids do the same thing, encourage your wife and then work out from there. Your neighbors, your friends, your colleagues, your co workers continue to work out from there I see. So many people are like man I want to change the world I'm like change yourself dude like. You're. Exactly. Exactly. Everybody wants to change the world. For, terrified look inside man, you gotTa look inside and I've told people as people well, Sean. What do I do? What's the best advice? You can give me during this downturn during this whole thing, get your house in order my story ain't changing like this is the beauty about the Internet, the World Wide Web thanks outdoor for creating this right like this is the beauty of you can go back and verify everything I'm saying the same thing I've been saying the same. Thing for six months eight months troubles long before the SCAM DEMOC showed up I've been telling you get your shit in order to get your money, right get your body right has times will come. There will be a time where you're going to need the stand on your own two feet and this is this is the definition of communism. This is the definition of socialism in trap people so that they literally can't do anything and then they're beholden to the master, right? Studying the fuck up people study up man this is literally happening right now. Wild Times. Indeed. My brother sounds like Kinda I will say though it is beautiful. Opportunity there are plenty of. CLARITY TO I love polarity and it sucks clarity sucks sometimes it's difficult because. You know no one wants to be in the dark. But the truth is the greatest lessons I've ever learned in my entire life came in the darkness. And the tide went out and it exposed a lot of people expose where people were financially emotionally were. They were psychologically and at the end of the day man the tide went out and. I'm glad that had humiliated some people. I'm glad I and I don't say that to be a Dick I say because that sting that you feel now knowing that you can't provide for your family bro. Man The guy who's listening to this knows he can't fuck and provide for his family. Don't call Ryan Make Ler don't fucking blame clerk don't blame. Sean. whalen any order manner lies not sheep spotted your fucking fault. You should let that sting let that shit stinks a poster like create like step into that humility and realize fuck dude, I'm not free. And now be motivated to go fucking follow Ryan McClure the follow Sean to do those things that lions not sheep and order man it's kind of funny both weren't black got both got our shit on cutting glorious right Ellie learn some things for you or something I don't know I love seeing you thrive Bro I truly talk. I really mean that with all my heart fucking love it like you. Take these lessons, friend take them. You're hearing this right now and you think I'm a Dick Q I should problem any mind I got catching the bad guys I've been doing shit I've been telling people to do for a year. and. That's the reason I am where I am I don't I don't know anybody. Dick for that I don't know you an apology I don't feel bad at all I don't feel bad that I'm a racing fucking cars having the time of my life. Because I've been doing the fucking work. So let.

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"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

05:40 min | Last month

"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Books about rush on you need rest rest rest rest recess. Knowing that had to go do it right right and and and you know your body is sore. You need to Rehab your body got to care about it. I have an excuse for everything straight up I have an excuse for everything just like everybody here listening the difference is is like I want the results. More than I don't wanNA share the excuse. Hey let's Let's shift gears because again we talked twice in the last two weeks. I WanNa talk about corona virus your favorite favorite. You know it's interesting is we're talking about this and I don't know six weeks eight weeks ago or so or whatever you're sounding the alarms right? You sound on the bells like, Hey, here's what's really going on and everybody's like, no, no, no, no. No. Not What it is. And here we are six weeks later and it's like away. Oh wait I was right. Through right So talk to me about where we're out what your thought processes with this whole copen nineteen fallout, etc, etc.. I don't really know yet man to be really candid to be really honest like I could I could. I. Could Stroke some sort of fucking cool answer like I will tell you this that it's terrifying. What I'm seeing it's terrifying watching Americans fight Americans it's terrifying knowing that during World War Two, the Germans were encouraged German people were encouraged to turn in the Jews and they were rewarded for turning into Jews which they ultimately were. They ended up being killed, right? Next extreme sean notes extreme motherfucker it's happening now. In this country, there are hotline setup you call on your neighbors and say they're outside. And the cops come. What. Fuck Man. But even bigger than that. Dude even bigger than that like. We're p the this is the thing. It's truly scary to me, and I where we're going I don't fucking know I have my theories share there's and second blake. The numbers are there. The proof is literally right there. Doctor after doctor thing after thing has been proven to be wrong just wrong. Wrong every projection, but showing the diseases real. fucking cancer no nate's those herpes gonorrhea. We're literally watching. Like. The. Dismantling of the freedom and people are buying into it bro like legitimately like none of the statistics make sense none of the numbers make sense the the governor of new. York City the excuse me the mayor of New York City has been shown to be lying ms proven h Sean whalen it ain't Republican, Democrat black white rich for the mother fuckers caught lying. And yet people still stay in their house. Like literally, we allow people to congregate in Walmart and all these big box businesses. But if you take your kids to fucking park and you're not nearly one, you'll get arrested right right goes swim on the boots in California. Now my question and I don't think you'd probably have very many people that disagree with you and I on this listening to this podcast aesthetic you. How the fuck do you rationalize justify or excuse that? Period. If I SORTA got if your if your argument is well I, want to invest interest of everybody else funky. You're a fucking liar you're a liar and I have seen people person after person listen these little kids were arguing me did what's the big deal? Just wear a mask what's next? What's the big deal? Just give me all of your money what's the big deal? You have three cars Sean just give me one of your cars. Twenty five guns just give me five or six or seven of them. Suck you. Like. We need to go read the Declaration of Independence. And understand the DOT document was a declaration of independence from a or an entity, a government that wanted to persecute. Rule regulate people. It is a declaration of independence for those of you that aren't very smart fucking these words up declaration I'm declaring my independence from you. Which means you got nothing to say over retail care how big your badges? I don't care gun a big your guns are you got guns I got guns what are we doing? It's a really scary thing Bro because people legitimately have been feared into giving up all of their rights and we now have a system in a culture where we're supporting. People are literally supporting arresting people for going to beaches for doing shit yet they will go stand in line with a bunch of other stupid assholes, Walmart. And Somehow. They're excusing that. Men Lamia pull you away from the conversation real quick. Now I I know that by now you've probably heard me talk about our new battle ready program over the past few weeks I've received hundreds. If not thousands of emails and direct messages with testimonials from men who were getting crystal clear on exactly what they want out of life, and then formulating a plan to make that a reality. 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Reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic

Science Magazine Podcast

14:25 min | 2 months ago

Reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic

"Now we have contributing correspondent. Gretchen Vogel she in two other science news staff Jennifer Cousin Franklin Megan. whalen worked on comprehensive story on reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic. Hi, Gretchen Hi, this is a very complicated story and tell you the truth. I'm a little frustrated because I. Just WanNa answers, but there are so many unanswered questions out there about current Ivars in children for example, how likely are kids to get an infection if they're exposed to an infected person? Do we have any numbers on that? The story was was fascinating, but also really frustrating to work on because we kept saying. Why are these answers so? There are no hard and fast answers, but there is accumulating evidence that kids newborns up to for purposes, eighteen are less likely to be It's not clear why that is, but it does seem likely that children are about one half to one third as likely as adults to catch the virus in the first place. That's not one hundred percent clear, but let's consistently showing. Showing up in a lot of data then once we get past that question of how likely is a kit? Get infected. We ask the next question. It's still open, which is if they do get exposed to infection and they acquire it. Do they actually get sick? That is also not a number that we know in part because there's so little testing of people who don't. Don't show any symptoms and to find out if somebody is infected, but not showing any symptoms, you have to test a whole lot of people for the trifecta of unknown. How likely is a kid to transmit this infection? So there is some evidence out there saying that even if they do get infected, they are somewhat less likely to share it to other people. That's correct. Correct. There were a couple of intriguing case studies early on I was a kid. In France, who was infected, a family friend was in a ski chalet with his family, and t caught the virus. He tested positive, but didn't yet. No, that between the time he was infected, and and the time he was tested. He attended ski school and Language School in his regular school. Officials, tracked down more than seventy of his contacts and none of them ended up being infected. Even two of his siblings were uninfected. All three siblings shared other viruses, some minor cold viruses. They all had it was that they had contact with each other, but the coronavirus did not pass from this child to anyone else. They could find so that's really intriguing, but it's only one case right right, so it's hard to extrapolate from that. What our story talks about are some newer data from France that are also intriguing in a little town north of Paris. There was pretty large outbreak in high school early February. Teachers happened to get infected way before anybody knew that the coronavirus was circulated in France and so two weeks between the second of February and the fourteenth February when the school went on winter break, the virus had a chance to spread a few weeks later, when researchers looked at how many people had antibodies to the virus, they found that thirty eight percent of pupils, forty-three percent of teachers and fifty nine percent of non teaching staff had been infected, the also looked however at elementary schools in the town and there they found three kids who based on when symptoms had started, and the fact that they also had antibodies to the coronavirus. They figured these three. Three kids probably had been infected by their family members, and then attended school, because they weren't very sick, but they were infected, and they checked with all of their close contacts, and it did not look like they had passed it on to anyone. So this is getting at the idea that there is a sliding scale that younger students might be less likely to carry INS spread versus older students in the high school years. Certainly babies seem to be least impacted and toddlers, and then elementary school kids, and then as you get past the age of ten or eleven, the risk of both acquiring and passing on the virus does seem to increase and high school. School kids seem to be fairly good at both acquiring and passing on the virus be not quite as good as adults, but there does seem to be an increasing risk of both catching and passing on the virus as you age, but that's great news right if that's true, that is really good news for safety of babies for the safety of preschools, and for the safety of elementary schools we have now are setup. We have the limited knowledge we have about their risks of getting sick or infecting others, and then we are talking about reopening schools as the end of summer approaches. What parents would administrators governments are trying to do is balance the risks to. To the health of children and staff against the risk of not having their kids in school, what kinds of things that have taken consideration on that other side of the equation? What our kids missing out on besides actual learning? If they don't go to school in the fall, such a balancing act, because schools are really really important for kids and for society as a whole right, they go to school first contacts, and for their emotional and social development, and then lots and lots of kids and the world get a fair amount of their food at school. Especially, the most vulnerable kids are really dependent on some of the food programs that are at schools. Also sadly, schools are place where some of the most vulnerable kids who might be subject to abuse at home where some of those signs are picked up, and where other adults in their lives can raise red flags and say hey. Maybe something's not right here, so there have been signs that child abuse cases have also been going up as kids have been staying away from school. There's a lot of pressure to reopen schools, but there's. There's not a lot of information about how to do that safely. But as part of your reporting on this year team did some pretty extensive research into how all these different programs that have reopened have fared he. You talk a little bit about what you looked at and what you're looking for. We did to a lot of research. We're intrigued because I live in Berlin and Jennifer lives in Philadelphia and Megan lives in Washington DC. DC Jennifer and I, both have elementary and middle school aged kids Jennifer's were at home. Mine started to go back to school with other kids in Germany at the beginning of May. This part time just a couple of days a week. My fifth grader for example went four days the whole week part time, and then was two weeks off, and then again went four days, and then was two weeks off. They were trying to keep. Keep class sizes super small so that if somebody did happen to be infected and attend school, they would only infect portion of their class. Not Everybody and they tried to keep the desks spaced far apart, so they were trying to keep as few in the classroom as possible so that they can keep a distance from each other. That was my experience in Germany and we wanted to know how other countries had approached the question. We looked at everywhere from South Africa to Benin to South Korea and Japan and Taiwan and lots of countries across Europe. Canada had opened some schools. Most schools in the US had stayed closed in part because summer vacation tends to happen a little earlier in the US, so we took a look at what had happened in those countries that had opened up to different degrees, for example the Netherlands started back with their elementary schools I and small classes, and only part time, but then they gradually as. As things went well, and they saw very few outbreaks in schools gradually opened more and more than we at the same time checked to see if overall rates of infection in the country had changed and in many places we found they hadn't. There's a big caveat there. Though most of these countries had fairly low rates at the time that they open schools, and they had the system place when an outbreak maybe happened to detected and to identify context and isolate them for the two weeks that you. You need to isolate people to make sure they're not going to pass that on. So what is a common practice? When a student has positive for coronavirus, some places would close the whole school. If one student was infected, other places would only isolate the people who had been in direct contact with the student, so their classmates with a subset of classmates that they had been attending within their small reduced size classes, and then that teacher, or any other teachers. We didn't see a big difference in. In end outcome race between those approaches. What did seem to make a big difference when you looked at all these different schools what seemed to make the most difference was close a small, so the kids could stay separate and wearing masks. Now there were different approaches in different places for example, most places in Germany made them optional, although some in some schools, everybody had masks on it and others only when you came in or were in the bathroom or in the hallways. Did you wear your mask? Israel was one interesting example where they did not try and reduce class sizes, so they went back to their fairly large classes thirty to forty kids. But they really did mandate masks for everybody, and that seemed to go k, until it got super, Super Hot, and then it was just impossible to ask people to wear masks all day, and so the health department and the Education Department said Okay Fine. Let's leave the masks away, but then about two weeks later they had a humongous outbreak in one high school, and some other smaller outbreaks in other places as well so it it. It suggestive that asks. There were making a difference when they couldn't do. The distancing that were happening in other places like Denmark where they they went to great lengths, and even held classes, churches, or outside, or whatever to keep kids as far apart as possible and as much fresh air between them as possible I'm in Indiana and I actually have my daughter in daycare right now because I'm in a county with st low levels. I am very nervous about it, and we keep our eye on the numbers. Because that's what I see as really important gauge for whether or not, it's safe to have my kid go to a situation with six other kids. Do you feel like that background level what your community spread like is important for what's happening at your school. Absolutely, Yes, that is a huge caveat that cannot emphasize enough that the background level of community spread needs to be at A. A low enough place that you can identify outbreaks when they happened in noticed them, and that you can take measures to try and slow them down I. Think if that situation then the harm to kids. Keeping schools close vastly outweighs the potential risk of opening schools right now. Schools are closed colleges or closed, but once the university kids come back, and all the schools are open. We might see a very different background that we need to take into consideration. And Be Flexible. If school need to close again, absolutely universities are such a different situation than high schools elementary schools I mean as we talked about the risk increasing with age, so I think that's going to be a real issue in the fall as universities try to open back up. What do you think are the main takeaways from your review of all these different openings in different countries and in different schools? It's still a little unsatisfying, yeah. Is operatives data are really of still released sparse and it super frustrating, because it's such an important question. It feels like we should have better answers, but we simply don't yet. I do think the main takeaway is is you have to be flexible if to recognize that you can't go back to pretending that the viruses and there or if you do you're GONNA end up with big outbreaks and you're. GonNa have to shut everything down again. Like happened in Israel. One other interesting takeaway that I found was that when we looked at the outbreaks that had been identified, it was frequently teachers who were more affected than kids often. Often it was hard to tell because there were very very few cases where people had really carefully done the tracing that they did in that town in France, but it looked at first glances, or maybe the teachers were spreading it to each other more than to and from the kids. I think that's something that's important to keep in mind as we move toward reopening, because teachers are better able. I think than kids to do the physical distancing. I think it's it's helpful to realize that. Maybe adults are the bigger risk factor than the kids I know. A lot of teachers are super worried about going back for good reason we know as parents and teachers. The kids are generally really good at spreading germs. Happens every single winter exactly and so when the middle of pandemic where people are dying, and then somebody says well. You have to go back and stand in a classroom with even half of the normal kids. In contact with these lovely little people who you really enjoy being with, but you also see his German accelerators All, day long is definitely giving a lot of teachers. Pause for good reason, but I think one of the things that we did see emerging as a pattern was the teachers maybe should be wary of each other more than they need to be wary of their of their students I do think also that reducing class sizes and finding some sort of creative hybrid solution where kids. Kids are in school part of the time, but then doing the distance learning also part of the time. I think that's GonNa to be unfortunately the way forward for now until we get things a little bit more under control. We've talked mostly about anecdotal findings, so far are their studies in schools that are taking a look at this and going to give us some good. Good answers. That's another thing that the story mentions. There are a couple of real studies that are starting in the UK there researchers who have started projects at several schools where anybody who wants can be tested both for antibodies and active virus, and so they're hoping to get a better picture of when somebody's infected. How far it spreads in a school and in Berlin and in. In the state, German state of Bavaria also very projects have started all right. Thank you so much, Gretchen thank you Gretchen.

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"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"I jumped <Speech_Female> right into being head coach, <Speech_Female> and so there's <Speech_Female> things I'm still learning <Speech_Female> areas that <Speech_Female> I'm still trying <Speech_Female> to. <Speech_Female> You know not <Speech_Female> necessarily perfect, <Speech_Female> but just <SpeakerChange> really hone <Speech_Female> in on that craft, <Speech_Female> and so I think there's so <Silence> many areas that. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> You <Speech_Female> learn in assistant <Speech_Female> coach <Speech_Female> that <hes> <Speech_Female> coming up. <Speech_Female> You just <Speech_Female> naturally <Speech_Female> are learning <Speech_Female> as you're going <Speech_Female> and so <Speech_Female> me as a head coach, <Speech_Female> there are certain things <Speech_Female> that. <Speech_Female> You can only learn. <Speech_Female> You can only do <Speech_Male> by coaching <Speech_Female> and and <Speech_Female> I was I. <Speech_Female> This is my first coaching <Speech_Female> job and I went <Speech_Female> right into the head coach <Speech_Female> so. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Are To being a head coach, <Speech_Female> and so I think sometimes <Silence> just understanding. <Speech_Female> Giving <Speech_Female> myself a little bit <Speech_Female> of a <Speech_Female> I don't want say a past <Silence> which is <Speech_Female> You <Speech_Female> know. Hey, it's okay. <Speech_Female> You know I'm GonNa make <Speech_Female> mistakes. Things aren't gonNA. <Speech_Female> Go perfectly and <Speech_Female> you don't. My last <Speech_Female> year's is a player. <Speech_Female> You know that was <Speech_Female> kind of the standard. 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"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

07:22 min | 2 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"How that's affected your, you know the very ability to play for these athletes as well, and it's such an uncertain time as well. With with players, opting in or or choosing. To not opt in whether it be for social justice causes or for health concerns or whatever how tough do you think it is for Some of these players right now her deciding whether or not to start their season in Bradenton, and and having not been in the the the league. Or been out of the League, but for two years now has anybody come to you and just ask for advice as far as what? They should do going forward this summer. No, no one's really shout to me. I, think people are just. You know I think that between their coaches and. And knows within those organizations that they have. Not Clan and everything is said that they I think they feel good about the ones that do wanna play this summer so good about that. It's talking. Tough on I would think I would play. All the funds station. But again it's everybody's different everybody's different You know thoughts and opinions and things going on and but you know I as a fan. I'm excited because I miss watching basketball and I missed watching basketball like everybody so hopefully it all goes well, and it's done safely and I'm sure that that they've taken all the measures in everything As a player I would I would. I would want to go play for sure big sacrifice leaving your family in and everything for I. Mean could be three months. Is Tough, but We're in such unprecedented times. That had the same time. I think it might be good for players and coaches, and just get back to doing what you do having practices and having workouts and being with your teammates. I mean to me I think there's something so therapeutic about that that we've all now missed since swale March, and if you're in the WNBA since the finals ended last, October so it's It's been such a long stretch for these. These athletes at this is what they do that I'm sure there chomping at the bit, and I think that like I said I think therapy wise I think it'd be something that would. Be So good to get a good workout in a good a good practice in that still great for your mental health at some I. Think they'd be chomping at the bit so I'm I'm excited. I hope it works out a Ni-. Applaud players who are playing in the ones who have sat out or decided to forego the season for different reasons and we're visiting with Lindsay. Whalen, the head coach of University of Minnesota, so let's dive in to your. Your team Minnesota and and what you've been doing this offseason as compared to it, you know especially last off season How much different is this? In the in the current environment where in I know, workouts would normally be voluntary. You might have a youth camp or something like that if it was a normal summer or something like that, but tell us about the main differences between a last offseason, and what you're experiencing right now. Yes, so. You know last offseason basically since the you know, Corona virus hit and we've all been in quarantine. we would have had our postseason tournament. We probably not this year. We would have been at least invited I think You know then we would have taken some time and and head postseason workouts in an April may would have been kind of downtime in June would be workouts and also camps, and so in Geelong would be recruiting would be on the road for most July so so yeah, it's a totally different you know. We just got our players back last week. They're doing voluntary workouts until the twentieth. And the week and work them out starting on the twentieth Porenta rules all of our recruiting, everything has been done virtually Lada. Zoom calls and a lot of who thought of that. That's kind of been the way of life for everybody is well as Hase time, and on the phone and texting and all that really. Come into play. Is Kinda were just in this? World. Everything is done virtually now so. Yeah. I mean totally different, complete one eighty. Offer, you ought to put it. It's it know my first off season as a coach. I was playing the WNBA last season. I guess would have been kind of a normal kind of which you go what you expect that now we're in in current virus, so it's It's been interesting. It's been an interesting start to my As far as my off seasons have gone is A. As a head, coach college. Very you're ready for anything for sure also. Exactly, nothing else can get thrown at you that you haven't met the challenge before. When you talk about July Twentieth, anticipate those times where you're able to work out the players, have you? Have you thought about how they might have to differ or those? Individual workouts small group workouts where it's going to be easily able to distance and those sorts of things well so right now Minnesota, you're able to have sport workouts with twenty five people or less. So Our team were as far as if we had our whole. Fine. do that to fourteen players on the team four coaches managers in sports that we would stay under that twenty five percent. Cap. But what we've decided to do is keep him in their room You know they're roommates as well. And so we've got to. We've got You know there's fourteen of them, so let's say they're in four different apartments. Would I've decided to do for this I? These two nine weeks of voluntary and in the first three weeks of Of where we can work them out is keep them in two separate groups. And then they'd have in those groups coincide with their roommate situation. So you know, if one group someone be, someone would come down with the symptoms or Searching out fuel well, or test positive than essentially those roommates in those workers will be shut down, but the other ones should be able to proceed in theory, right. So a lot of small group work and then you know the last the first three weeks that I'm with them. I've got them in small groups. We're GONNA. Ease back into it. We're not gonNA, use all of our four hours on the court right away just to. acclimate them back to. The basketball court is. They've been away from the court for four months now, and that's probably longest. Any of these guys have been waiting court so the lesson to throw everybody on the Court of Somebody get hurt. And then the last three weeks will do more full team stuff where we'll be you know implementing more system style fan and started work on. you know things that we want to prepare for war me back in September, so I say the first three weeks is a lot of skill development a lot of just. court Let's see how this goes a lot of Mike in. Ball handling drills. In a lot of shooting..

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"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"Social pioneers and right off the Bat. We get to rejoice in the fact that one of Whelan's former teammates my more. More. Did something really impressive this week? The events of the last few days we've been all clamoring for some really positive things to happen in our world, and I think something that that ties in with women's basketball that is positive, certainly did when a friend of Yours Maya Moore helped Jonathan Irons get out of Prison walked free after twenty two years in prison. Just I'd be remiss if I didn't get your reaction. To what Mayer has been trying to accomplish over the last few years. Obviously, it's just a truly remarkable when you think about what she has been able to do on the court and what she when she's. To something and she's had a goal. He's been able to do help. Johnston irons be set. Free is different I. Don't know like what my does. You set your mind something. She will do anything until it happened so just yet would. Truly remarkable can happen when the right things and persistent you. Pursue Justice in in fairness in I would really like to have seen just a celebration knowledge management plan the wall. Someone who obviously has gotten very well. Just a celebration or they able to get home her her get. You are to share some great them. You're absolutely right coach, you know. We really needed something good like this just from your earliest memories of Maya coming into the League and getting. Getting to know her. What just made her stand out to you from the outset? Yeah, obviously her. Just you know extreme communication is a game and just always working to get better and great teammate when your best player on your team is your hardest worker than it's pretty easy to have a really really good team in Maya. Just was that since since day one, so she was always the hardest working player. She went a hundred percent every play. She was a part of and I think that that just set the tone for everybody on the team and coming in as a rookie she. I don't know you could just tell she this is. Her pedigree was winning. She was fit right in, and she joined our team that the year before. We really I don't WanNa. Say underachieve. We didn't make the playoffs injuries in in our roster or some. Not Quite where I. Think Cher wanted at that point so. She came into a great situation with players who had a lot to prove in me Simone Rebecca Taj and and she just fit in perfectly, and and she just You know came in, and we won four championships and. You don't like you. You know. After I guess if she came in and just Kinda, the rest was history after that, and now she's moved on at least at this point to to all of that, and it's just it just incredible to see it all come to fruition in the way it did over the last few days were visiting with Lindsay Whalen, the head coach the University of Minnesota and you know with you guys being in the twin cities area. Obviously, the whole country has been captivated I don't. Don't know what other way to say it, but it's just been such a a a tough time for all of us after the death of George Floyd. Can you give us an idea of how you're at the university has dealt with that and now a little over a month after that went down a what's the mood of your program and our things kind of moving to the next level after the initial sadness, the anger all those things. What stage is it in right now? Do you think in the twin cities? I think now you know it's How do you keep conversation going? How do you? How do we put some words into action Sir to really enact change in create change, and so you know of course right away it was. Incredibly, sad and tragic and everybody saw. On the video would happen, and so you know at that point. It was you know. I had three players on campus and I was just making sure that they were going to protest that they were safe that they felt supported and just trying to listen as much as possible but now I think our players are back. They're involuntary workouts right now. which started yesterday and You know it's something that as a program. We're GONNA. TRY TO YOU! Know weekly have a conversation on. What are some things we can do? How can we use our platform? Who Can we learn from as far as just continuing the social justice conversation, and not just let it go by the wayside, because I think that's you know that's what nobody wants. That is just to have it. Go Go back to the way it was I. Guess I mean because that isn't great for. For everybody in so just how do we continue to have these conversations? Make sure everybody's heard in in. How can we really being right here? Minneapolis? You know help be a part of change for for the positive for for everybody, but importantly most importantly our minorities, and specifically in this in this case are African. American community and what a tough situation it is! is to be in, but at the same time. How do you think that whether it be the WNBA or and I think that's trickled down a younger women's basketball players as well. They always seem like they are ready to fight for the oppressed. They are ready to help those that need their voices to be amplified. It's almost like women's basketball has been preparing for this. This moment without knowing it for the last hour for many years. What would you say that will yeah, because I think that you know as women's basketball players, I don't want to equate this. The same as what are African American community has gone through what I'll just say. Being a women's Bass. United States is not exactly the easiest thing whether you're on social media. listening to different you know people say you know I could beat her one once they one on one. You know you hear that stuff all the time so I think it's just you know you know. We kind of been in this position. Words can have to fight for everything and so like I said I. Don't want to like equate the the same but I I do know that as his vassal players. We've had to fight for a locked and we've tried to earn respect, and there's always you know somebody. Somebody. That's you know either on twitter or naysayers and things like that and so I think just having that. Yeah, the second you see something. That's not right. You're like hey, how can we? How can you help? How can we? How can we do more so I would say I'm also very proud of our our women's basketball community for always being at the forefront, stepping up in in times when I think our country is really needed for for people as role models to sip up in in. Say something several It's just the way it's been for us in the WNBA for so long. And so you kind of always get all fighting that stigma that it's women's basketball. That's less than that. It's not good enough in I, think you kind of. Hear that all the time in Hancock come up with that and and you're always fighting for that so when you know an injustice in Iraq has done to to someone or a group of people as a whole new women's basketball community. We know that's like so I think everybody just wants to as much as they can step up. And help the neck change when that does happen and they've certainly been doing that and. Of course they're having to do that within the backdrop of covid nineteen something that we've never been through before..

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"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast

"The her hoop stats staff. We are so glad that you've found us. Please, please if you find this on apple podcasts. Don't forget to leave the rating and review when you do it just helps other people find the show and it helps. Other people find the great interviews that we've had along the way over. Over the last year of doing this show, and wherever you get the podcast, hit, subscribe and I guarantee. You're going to like what you hear over next couple of weeks as we take you through this portion of the quarantine, and hopefully we're about to turn the page here. This is a podcast that normally comes out on Mondays, and this Monday very very special as we see who ops in and who ops out of the WNBA. As teams are expected to jet off to Florida to start training and get ready to go at the end of the month I'm really looking forward to some games that count whenever that goes down. I Miss Sports, but More than that I miss going out to a game. I missed the energy of the place. When you're there, I missed the come rotary of speaking to other people in the media were speaking to the players or even the fans out there as well. I just missed that. There's that come rotary that comes with sports. That's just not able to be had right now, and it's something I miss deeply at this point i. know you feel the same way on the show this week. Man, so please so honored to have the chance to speak with a great number. Thirteen Lindsay Whalen, the former Connecticut Sun Player, the former four-time champion with the Minnesota Lynx and now the head coach. Coach of the University of Minnesota pack at her Alma Mater and she's got that unique perspective of being one of the greatest players ever in her state as a high schooler, and then as a college player, and then as a pro player as well and now she's trying to do it as a coach to look forward to sharing her response. When we talked about that, but we went over a lot of subjects including. including her thoughts on how she's going to need to break up practices once they do get back to practicing on a deeper bases on July twentieth at the University of Minnesota and she's got some interesting thoughts on how she wants to do that. We talked about women's basketball players as a whole as.

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The Fed begins purchases of up to $250 billion in individual corporate bonds

Marketplace

01:56 min | 3 months ago

The Fed begins purchases of up to $250 billion in individual corporate bonds

"Right so as promised what the fed is doing and it is doing a lot among the latest the central bank started buying corporate bonds today that is not new was announced a couple months ago but it's a big deal as the fed does what it can to backstop companies and their employees market place Nancy Marshall cancer explains how it's gonna work when a company wants to borrow money it can issue corporate bonds the buyers of those bonds are lending those companies money now the fed is going to buy a broad cross section of corporate bonds if they meet certain standards they must been rated as investment grade that is less risky as of March before the coronavirus lockdown started Christopher Whalen is chair of Whalen global advisors you're the fed is trying to be helpful because they are really uncertain about what's going to happen later this year when one says the fed wants to be sure companies have all the money they need to whether the pandemic the fed is also making this program anonymous just buying up corporate bonds without anybody asking it to that avoids any stigma from companies requesting fed help Catherine judges are Columbia University law professor there's always a concern that if you're looking to the federal reserve as opposed to the market for financing that you might be revealing something about how desperate you are for financing the thinking is if companies have all the financing they need at reasonable rates with the fed buying their bonds they won't need to lay off more workers Frank no tap is chief economist at CoreLogic the purpose is to help these companies remain good employers in the marketplace stand on their feet not lay people off and hopefully bring people back into the into the work force and if a company isn't able to stay on its feet and defaults on the bonds the fed bought chairman Jay Powell can turn into an emergency fund set up by the treasury department to backstop the

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"whalen" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And we're back dot net rocks. I'm Carl Franklin. That's Richard Campbell. And that's Kency whalen. We're talking about cross platform mobile devices in in Software with no in his her thing. I wanted to ask you Kenzi. Has there been a challenge. That was too difficult for not handle in. Your experience could take a question I haven't come across a situation where I haven't been able to work through work around. Maybe what was the the challenge that Took the most time to work around. Well I was. It was kind of just like an experiment creation from me but love you and their informs is newer. The what the carousel view carousel view. Okay I wanted to see if I can implement that with you know and so I had to do some tweaking. I'm blanking on the name of the control. Need to be but it's similar movement and you have to change it to horizontal and add some animations to it but it works. It just takes a little bit of configuration. But you get there in any kind of platform anything. That's being gesture. The CAROUSEL SORTA swipe. A fact is like how do you provide proper Behavior when you swipe like that right and that's because there is a swipe control in Uw P. Right and that's sort of the metaphor of the Carousel is you swipe swiping something. His rotating again emissions like that can be tricky especially when you're running them on different platforms. But I only use shared coats. I didn't use any specific meditations of it and it worked on all four platforms. That was pretty neat. Well do I think the biggest struggle you get into if you're thinking about it? I A windows. Uw P. APP that you're now trying to scale to phones right when you build stuff mobile first giving up to the desktop is trivial but when you build stuff out on the desktop try and get on the phones you really have to rethink the UI. Most of the time right and I think that's a difficult situation for anyone building cross platform where you start so considered. Udp first so you built for you to be and then you to the other platforms. Personally I like to keep a emulator up running constantly looking back and forth because if something doesn't work right away like know Nolan tweak along it's so easy to go into a rabbit hole when you have a huge screen space right they if you think through metaphors for mobile first they will go to to to a big screen. Anytime you'll get there what What's the story with emulators. He said you like to keep an emulator up but is it possible to have an android emulator. Ios emulator maybe an IPHONE and IPAD EMULATOR. And see what it looks like on the desktop and in the browser. Let's say at the same time. Is that even possible? Well the way I do it with all four at once. Not if you're trying to like see lives change like if you're trying to use hot reload from which you can use a new knowledge. I think is awesome. You can't have all four running. You can build a one project but the way I do it. It's Hacky but I Run INTO BP. I have the Local host browser up I run the simulator for IOS. And then I have my phone plug Damai android phone and use visor to have the ice cream as well as I can see all four running together on. It's clever that's cool. Most most mobile DEB'S I've met are surrounded by hardware. Which is my happy place outlaw. Yeah we have a wall in our office of devices and we have Velcro tape on the back of vices and we just push them on the wall and we need one of them pulled off It then velcro backups. It doesn't take up desk base. I like right and everybody knows when you do that. This is how you stop it from being a drawer of broken dreams. Carl Wall to wall of broken dreams. You have to rip each one down all right sound that that is so analogous to what you're actually doing tearing pieces of my soul office. I try. Make this this eight work. Sorry I might be a little bit better. Just give me a minute. I'm going to break up. I don't know if you've had this experience. But it's like I got to work great in the emulator actual phone day are not that same now. I've never had that issue at once. No idea what I'm talking about. It always works now school now because I also have sometimes for fun I just pull up the service duo emulator to it runs android so you can deploy we know. Apps there is while we've never talked about surface on the show before that I I want one just because it's ridiculous but you know I think it's really really cool. Yeah I think you're right It's one of those things that yeah I mean. I'm the I'm the history Guy Right. There was a product that Microsoft Developing. That was called the currier and they got it in two thousand nine. They headed in prototype stage by they were ready to go to manufacturing with it and it got killed and it was this. It was a two screen tablet folded the way it was described as a mole skin notebook but the next year the IPAD would come out but they they were right there. It may not have been good enough like it. Might you know. There's always this question of have you made it Apple Newton or an apple iphone like. I don't know which one they actually made. I never got to see one but the fact that jail got that thing ready to production before they can that is kind of brutal and now essentially when I look at the duo. It's courier like ten years later. It's courier with the screen just for emojis. I have so many emojis. I can't scroll through them anymore. Onscreen you've been playing with the on this like you can push your apps out and see what they would look. Like on a duo. Oh yeah that's cool. You can download. Yeah as this. Sdk Yeah you can just have emulated running and you can pull up any of your apps you've ever built in. It's really interesting because there are going to be some issues for a lot of people in this first comes out bet because the default is kind of just put everything in the middle and the crease in the middle. Yeah just like every dual everybody who set up there. I do monitoring you discovered in the old days of windows and every dialogue popped up straddling the screens. There are two models right. This like a sort of a hand held model and then there's more like a laptop model of the duo right. Yeah those the NEO which Reina's windows windows ten axe and then the duo which runs android okay because it is a real phone like it's an actual. Yeah so it's nice to see Microsoft getting back in the phone game while concerts. Don't call it a phone. I just made a call on it. What else is it? Don't call to come back up. Yeah today's but it is interesting in the that they have they flooded the market to. I mean they announced this thing a year in advance it was fall of Twenty Nineteen for Shipping Holiday Twenty twenty. And what do you think? The chances are being late under the circumstances. Wherein already some rumors going around. They're going to push the release. No but I think the reason they announce it so early was because for developers. This is an entirely new wave..

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"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

04:01 min | 4 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Look at me. That's it here I am. I don't remember what I answered last time. You interesting to see because we'll have to go back. I think being a man is being able to look at yourself in the mirror. Be Damn proud of who you are. I like that knowing who war being damn proud of who you are right on. How do we connect with you? Man where do we go social media? Google find you we can find. You shouldn't give Sean whalen. Y'All know y'all know the key man. Instagram is. You've got a you've got almost one hundred thousand people. I think I saw following you. Connect with you on incidence super. Cool thing we've and everybody for the support. Yeah it's amazing. Yeah just on Israel. Here's what I think. Is You know I've really appreciated who you are. How you've shown up. I don't always agree with you but I think overwhelmingly I'm inspired by the fact that you're willing to share what you believe you're willing to stand by it. You're willing to honor what you believe. Fight for what you believe. Anna minimum at a minimum challenge people to think differently about their life. The way that they're showing up how they're showing up what they're doing. And and if. That's the minimum that you're doing like that's a damn good thing you know what I mean. Even ask more questions than men specially need. Ask More questions. We need to be more engaged in exploration and trying to flex our you know our Egos Pride The very best leaders have mastered the art of following. If you WANNA be a better leader if you WANNA be alive if you WANNA be a man if you WanNa lead your family you gotta like ask more questions you've gotta be follow dictates. God whatever it is you know. And that's something that's super super super important to me right on brother. We'll let you go me rather appreciate do appreciate. We'll talk soon gentleman there. You go the one and only Sean whalen. I'm sure for a lot of you. He may have Rubbed THE WRONG WAY. Probably in a good way hopefully in a good way in that you're thinking about things a little differently and that's why. I wanted to have this conversation with Sean. Because you know it's it's it's it's nice to have the comfortable conversations the ones that just go exactly right and don't challenge the way that you think about life but that's not going to produce any results and that's why you're here right. That's why you're listening to this podcast. That's why you're engaged in the battle to reclaim and restore masculinity is is to be challenged and pushed motivated inspired and thinking about life in a different way so if you enjoyed the conversation let sean and myself no on the socials. You can find Sean on facebook. I think that's where it's most active over on facebook But also instagram is well and then let me know what you thought about. The show hit me up on Instagram facebook. Twitter Youtube wherever all at Ryan McClure and let us know what? You're thinking about the The lineup of guests that we've had lately which I think has been pretty good but of course. I'm a bit biased. Guys outside of that makes you check out the Iron Council. That's our exclusive brotherhood. I talked to you about a little earlier in the middle of the show. So make sure you check that out order men dot com slash iron council and also again do me a solid go in leave a rating and review. Our I do that. Stop everything that you're doing right now. Pull out your phone or your APP or wherever you're at and just five stars tell people what you think about the show. I think we've got four hundred reviews. Should be like ten thousand by now at least so guys go in there leading. You really helps all right. That's all I've got. We will be back tomorrow for the ASK ME ANYTHING WITH MY CO-HOST MR KIP. Sorenson make sure you subscribe because we've got a killer lineup coming up soon and you want to be aware of those when they drop gas. We'll be back again tomorrow. But until then go out there take action and become the man you commented. Thank you for listening to the order of man. Podcasts you ready. To take charge of your life would be more man. You were meant to be. We invite you to join the order. Quarter OF MAN DOT COM..

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"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"401k Your IRA or your retirement. Callous fifteen grand later tomorrow. Did you even notice probably not? So that's the difference between you is that I realized that I'm not GonNa have another opportunity and this is the year in the next year in eventually won't be able to race in your body won't be more something will happen. Were whatever the circumstance may be and no matter how much money you have. You won't be able to go do it. And I think that's the mentality I shifted in two years ago when I realized like it's not about money it's not about house. It's not about these things it's like. I WANNA be able to die knowing I did everything I wanted to do on to say and it might sound cheesy. Cliche to some people but it rings in my brain every single day which goes to your other question like polarizing. I would be remiss if I didn't say the things that came into my mind because I know where they come from. And the shifted comes into my heart like sending the messages in interacting with people and being a good neighbor and being a good a good son and father like. That's the stuff that comes into my heart and if I don't do anything within as Krishnan Yooglie like some point time Have THEM ANYMORE. We'll have the tribulations will have the inspiration. But the thing I'm most terrified of knowing that I'm GonNa die and every person this is going to die and it's not about how big racetrack you can get a. What if it's just taking your kid fishing? I was talking to my mom not too long ago. Another personal story. We were actually out at the race. And I said to dad ever Guys night with Dad Dad ever do because I was racking my brain thinking to myself like I never fished. I never hunted in Bikes I never played catch with my father and I was asking all Mike. Mike's not remembering what and she got really emotional. Said no I mean basically my entire existence with my father's wakeup he woke up for. Am for my brother. Look UP AT SCHOOL. He got home. You'll six seven o'clock at night from work and got drunk every night. Now is my father. That was my upbringing. Now's my Adele's my youth was my childhood. That's that's what I remember about my father and at the end of the day like I realized like I.

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"whalen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He is the chairman of Whalen global advisors and a bank analyst and MNA specialists covering bank the banking sector in specific banks he is also the author of the book inflated how money in debt build the American dream let's talk a little bit about debt and building the American dream so how have mortgages over time helped to build the American dream mortgages regular order are frequently cited as evidence of the American dream the ownership of the home the homestead right but the actual market place goes back to the depression when the government got involved in the mid and late nineteen thirties and created Fannie Mae which was an agency that would go out and buy loans long term loans and hold them and they funded these operations by issuing government guaranteed debt and before that you couldn't get a thirty year mortgage you couldn't get a ten year mortgage bury my my grandmother Vera actually lost her house in the early part of last century because they had a balloon in other words should small payments initially and then you'll ever see and that's what it was well there was no such thing as a thirty year fixed mortgage it was interest only payments and then you would if you were a borrower in good standing at the end of the loan period you would roll it over into a new one and start all over if you weren't making principal payments you still owed exactly what you owed when you began that's right correct in in really if you work in the mortgage business in the world of fixed income you understand that we don't really have a thirty year mortgages we have a thirty day mortgages with the option to renew which is held by the homeowner and so every month the investor has to try and figure out how many of the loans in a given pool which is how they they do bond mortgage bond issuance we're going to prepay refinance sold the house to fall whatever then it's that optionality that makes mortgages so interesting and also so treacherous it's a huge asset class it's almost twelve trillion dollars now interestingly it didn't grow for ten years after the crisis it was flat no no surprise there yeah but it's interesting very because sociologically and then in terms of you know the baby boom everything else when you study how the mortgage industry has behaved over time neediest crashed and burned destroyed all the savings and loans the nineties was kind of flat now there were French products there specifically our friends at Citi bank who decided they could do no talk no income verification mortgages for self employed right that's where subprime mortgages came from within the nineties but then we got out because the results were so horrific and they did this in the US and other countries too when I was working at the fed I was in charge of overseeing city banks foreign adventures in places like Japan and Japan they have no credit information on individuals so someone could default to just disappear but they did so you know let's listen mortgages in Japan Chris oh god they can be quite long they can be multi generational like laundry deer mortgages are not unheard of no no because the rates are very low and so what happens is with the young couples getting married to family will typically pool our resources go by my house and if the need dad to pay it off as fast as they can you know you may have heard of stated income loans the popular out on the west coast among the Asian community Korean Chinese and very typically these loans performed great even though they don't fit in the box for you know Fannie Mae Freddie Mac Ginnie Mae cut alone Sir they're typically private the the the community take that so you know if a young couple starts a family built to pay about five years all of that has to be factored into your analysis is an investor if you're buying insults right yeah like the last few years because of the bond market volatility all of the mortgage loans that were made in eighteen and nineteen to prepay because they're all in the money now the colonel refinance and I think over the next year or two you're going to see the fed gently step on the bottom of the yield curve and force that put a coupon down for both government loans and and training for the loans and we'll see three percent mortgages in this country I think so the end of the year social links between Bates who out there you can have a two percent coupon well let's let's talk about that a second because it if I remember pre crisis the average length of a mortgage was about seven years meaning people typically would move into a house their starter home have the first kid out grow the house and buy your seven they're selling and trading up to the three bedroom split and that was fairly typical it for on those numbers about what you recall and what does that look like today yeah you would be seven years or even shorter during periods of very high labor market mobility for example you also the speculative component back in the two thousands a lot of second homes which would put quite quite fast today average life through ten plus years we don't really love predictions here we kind of frown on predictions around these parts but what I'm hearing from you is that you think is part of the corona virus pandemic response the firm said is going to encourage another wave of refinancing by keeping part of the curve low not inverted but low and flat so that it becomes attractive for homeowners to refinance that I hear that right yes I think you're going to see what we call streamline refinance that don't require appraisals in other words you have an existing borrower your email all right you're lowering their costs are typically doing a rate refi rather than having them take cash out but that's okay if you lower the household expenses during proving the credit this could have a lower probability of default in an overall what you want is to get cash in the economy right now right right so yeah I I think the fed would love to see a gradual surge in response because you know what they have to buy the paper Barry their mortgage portfolios going to prepay in the next six months it's like a trillion dollars so just to replace that and keep their balance sheets stable in terms of you know monetary policy purposes look up the by a lot of paper and I think the predominance of source will be the government market you may of we've had some problems with the Fannie Freddie components last couple weeks while their regulator mark Calabria has figured out what to do but I think the good news this week as he figuring it out we're we're helping him so hopefully the whole mortgage complex is going to have a solution to both the forbearance for with the code nineteen and then the resulting to pop I think a third or more of the people who look for forbearance on their mortgages Berrier consultant with the fall coming up we continue our conversation with Chris Whalen chairman of Whalen global advisors discussing how.

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"whalen" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

14:19 min | 5 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Notes in these pools tobacco these securities. Because when you buy it out you have to buy it out at Park. There's a lot of money if you're talking about a couple of months. Interest Payments Given. How low rates are right? Now Berry that's manageable and in fact Regulator for free and Freddie just came out and said you guys have to advance for four months. And then we'll come and reimburse you so we're starting to get some clarity on this right but for private investors private mortgages commercial mortgages multifamily all of this stuff if it doesn't have a government guarantee then the bondholders will pay the services get reimbursed. I by the way if there's MIS payments they get their feet the bondholders. Basically have to wait. So that's that's how it will work back in the line the AAA in front and then the lower trashes and these steel sir tend to be several. Those are ones who will take the pain so Chris. Let's talk a little bit about the current state of the economy. I don't think many people would deny that. We are in a recession today. How bad is it? And how deep and long can this last four. I was on a call yesterday with a bunch of my mortgage buddies economists You know. Mark Same katter from Freddie Mac and people like cine really. Do Excellent Research on the demographics if you will have housing and then you look at banks. What were those provisions numbers from J. P. Morgan and Wells? Fargo telling us and it's telling you that the bankers expect a pretty large wave of losses in the next couple of quarters so when I look at GDP estimates of down thirty in the second quarter which is what I was hearing yesterday I kinda step back as a bank analyst and I think to myself this is going to be worse than two thousand eight To me I think we will have destroyed a lot of the small business service sector. That was so important as a source of March little employment in the United States. People look at New York Bury. The entire. Entertainment Industry has gone hospitality restaurants. All these areas that were important. Interactive brokers charges margin loan rates from his lowest point seven five percent to one point five percent our clients earn competitive interest on idol cash balances and can earn extra income by lending their fully paid shares of stock join interactive brokers clients from two hundred plus countries and territories to invest globally. Minimize your costs to maximize your returns rates. Subject to change restrictions apply learn more at IBKR.COM/ADVISORS. Ib for for that just for people generally thing needed to find a job or you know younger people who came to the city who were trying to get involved and you know some career. That was the first place they would look for a job. And the and these people have laughed. I I think it's GonNa be very interesting to see the numbers for New York. City the next couple of quarters because I suspect a lot of people went to live with mom and dad anecdotally. We're hearing a lot of people who have an op a second place to live either. Beach House or second property or if they're younger with their parents or siblings they've they've fled large parts of Brooklyn half the upper east side and upper west side or supposedly empty. I I haven't been back to the city since this started but from what I'm hearing from people who either live or lived in the city. They are sheltering outside of Manhattan. Are you implying that that might become a permanent situation because people talked about that post nine eleven but we really didn't see whoever left was very quickly replaced by a younger person? Do you think this changes the dynamics of urban density and people living in cities while I think it's going to change to business dynamics in New York for a while because in you know in two thousand eight and after nine eleven Yeah we had to hunker down but then the economy restarted. We didn't distance from physically. We didn't have to deal with all of the aspects that that implies so I think when you're still worried about vulnerable populations and you have to protect them. That means that you're GonNa try and let the economy restart to a degree but I don't think you regret these service businesses back overnight berry. They've been deep capitalized. And even if they were helping their employees with the federal money they still may not survive because they're going to be facing diminish revenue stream coming coming back. You know what what if we have to take half the tables out of the restaurants right right if people including Broadway theatre where shoulder to shoulder front and back. Are they going to Hamilton? Tickets with twenty five percent of the audience as a separate five. Were in missing. You know we just went through Passover and Easter right. These are typically times when European Slang Americans would all go to New York for a week with their families. They're not here now you know. There's there's only New Yorkers in central park right now and it's it's a different scene but I've been riding my bike around the city. I go all the way down south prairie back. Who SAYS NO TRAFFIC? How empty is the city compared to what it was like post nine eleven? It's more empty net very little tropical though it is slowly slowly starting to increase. You concede that this more people move out. I think this is going to be a profound economic shock to a lot of big cities that are used to trying to attract people come in. That's interesting so we've had this enormous monetary response from the Fed. They took rates to zero. They announced they were going to add two trillion dollars more in lawn furniture. Various high yield paper. Whatever whatever they can buy. They're going to put on the balance sheets. We've also had a at least not over the short term Two trillion dollar fiscal stimulus. How does this response compare to what we've seen from crises? In the past the Federal Response in the thirties was large. But it it didn't really do much in fact it faltered and then World War. Two kind of saved US In two thousand eight you had the financial response. Obviously to catch some of the banks But the industry more or less cleaned up its own mess and the economy healed itself. I mean the guy was remind people various effect that we still have a private bond market in this country and we have a market for different types of assets is so important because it restarted by itself the auto sector restarted by itself in two thousand nine because it was for fully secured deals but today given the hit to global auto has taken for example. And you look at sales volume estimates and everything else going forward you know. I think the whole credit of this industry has changed. Even the exemplars like the Toyotas. In the Daimler's they've taken a hit. I think you'll see consolidation by the way back to your point about Manet. Definitely 'CAUSE WE OUGHTA bakers. Yeah if we're doing. Eleven twelve million units next year. You're going to see him in a way down from the post-crisis peak of about seventeen cars in the US. Yeah it went down to eleven and it was goose by the Fed. You know we were talking before about different phases in the period after the awake crisis you had a lot of fringe products. You had autos you had you know marketplace loans all sorts of on bank lending to business individuals etc etc. All Gone put God. In fact subprime auto sector is going to go through the ringer now because again the bondholders are going to pay for the forbearance. So I think you know it's GonNa take some time to get people back in the game you're going to see spread stay kind of wide for a while on high yield securities compared to treasuries and it's just a matter of getting everybody focused but I'll tell you this berry. I think people are much better condition this time than they were in a way. I think people are coming back to the markets much faster than it did. Know eight nine when nothing was happening you remember. Do you mean what do you mean? Investors consumers are both institutional investors. Full others I mean we've got a you know M Bs Fund. We're getting ready to launch as soon as we have a little more clarity from Washington plain vanilla stuff right but still there's opportunities out there because the markets are disrupted people are looking to buy commercial real estate off distress sales. Don't listen by multifamily off distress sales though perhaps not New York because of the rent control laws But around the country. Yeah definitely. I'm thinking too small. I'm I'm looking to buy distress sheet metal off the auto sites between bring a trailer and classic cars. I've seen prices fall about ten fifteen percent over the past month and I love the idea of buying something at a discount. But that's just me so. Your First Book was inflated that looked at how debt helped build out the American dream especially houses. I was Kinda surprised by the topic of your recent book. Ford men from inspiration to enterprise. What motivated you to pivot from debt and housing to automobiles and fort. I had always been a student of Henry Ford like many Americans but particularly his role in the Great Depression and so one of the things I focused on. The book was How Henry Basically Started the banking crisis in Nineteen thirty-three before FDR took office and in March of that year. It's an extraordinary story. Because he was such a character and quay cranes you say. Did you say started the banking crisis? He initiated it yes he he said that he was going to take his money out of the. Detroit banks and win. The Governor of Michigan found out about this. He declared the bank holiday in Michigan in February of Nineteen thirty three this event then ripple through the rest of the country so by the time. Fdr takes office. Every bank in. The United States is closed and had been The Detroit banks are really important in those days was the biggest cash depositor in the country and he ran the whole company on cash out of his pocket. It was like a plantation so got into four first and foremost because I am a student that debt era and then I I had been a contributor to the Washington Times magazine Inside on the news and I had written a whole series of articles about the explorer role of which was quite a mess it was really the the beginnings of giving teeth to consumer regulation in the United States. If that happened today a lot of people at Ford have gone to jail for what happens vehicles. Oh Yeah well. This is the single vehicle rollovers with these. Yeah I recall that well ranger the you know the Bridgestone firestone tires it was quite a mess. Take take a a big big vehicle. Raise it Give it a short wheelbase and That is not a recipe for stability at high speeds. If you have to suddenly cut the wheel no. It didn't work in there. You know it was an interesting episode but what I tried to do with Ford men. Just in terms of the overall Book Berry was remind people of the rich literature around four people like John Kenneth Galbraith and many others who wrote about the family and they were such a remarkable family. It was really the first transformational business fortune in American history. More than steal more than these other types of Fortunes that have been made in the past made things they made cars but interestingly the first were built by the dodge brothers because they were the first great parts makers in the United States both of them died in nineteen twenty. One of the Spanish flu had the dodge brothers survived. The auto industry would have been dominated by them and not by General Motors and a number of other players who history would have been quite different so by the time we get to something like Ford versus Ferrari. That's thirty years later. We'll yeah Billy Henry. Henry Ford the second taken over and they they were still Also ran compared to GM. They were typically compared to the Chevrolet. That's how small Ford was But they still had a lot of staying power and as I've always said God clearly loves affords despite their many sins because somehow they avoided the fault right. Oh nine ten. They were the only. Us maker didn't need to be restructured. Well they couldn't be restructured as I as I talk about in the book. Goldman Sachs or help. The family take money out of the company and if they had been restructured than the special voting stock held by the family would have gone and they would have lost control. So there's all these little nuances and Goldman Sachs is a very important part of the Ford Story. It was their design of the Ford Foundation. When the Ford family gave most of the Economics Company to that entity and retain most of the vote in this ESA metrical share transaction at Sidney. One Bird created along with the lawyers for for edsel Ford That saved the.

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"whalen" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

08:16 min | 5 months ago

"whalen" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Christopher whalen he is the chairman will and global advisors and has a long and deep background in the financial sector working at such firms as bear stearns and as a researcher for the Federal Reserve. Chris waylon welcome to Bloomberg. Hey Barry what a pleasure. So let's start out with a little bit of your background know you as a bank. Analyst and emanate specialist. But let's go back to when you were at bear stearns. What were you doing at bear? And how is that related to your work at the Federal Reserve? Well I I grew up in Washington my parents Joan and Richard Waylon were some of the most interesting Republicans operating in town and it was democratic town in those days. Bury the Democrats still ran everything But that's how I got to know Fed Chairman Paul Volcker Arthur Burns Alan Greenspan. They all came the moms parties in fact. If you didn't get an invitation to Jones Christmas party there was something seriously wrong with you so I grew up in this. Very political household. Went to college went to Villanova and then when I got out I worked for Jack. Kemp for a couple years on Capitol Hill. Really learn the right to brilliant editors used to just pound us because we had to report on different committees and I eventually ended up moving to New York and I was a management trainee at the Fed in New York. I worked in a bank supervision. I for Jerry Manhattan and Bill Rutledge. And then I went across the street and worked in foreign exchange for Gretchen. Green and Terry. Jackie wanted a great Fed Officers of his AG. He was responsible for foreign. So all the other central banks would talk to Terry In fact he was probably the only person in the building they would talk to. So that's kind of where I got my start and then I went to bear in London. Fixed Income Trading and sales Worked with David Seccombe and Joey Kalpa and a whole bunch of people who are now with our w press bridge special situation Fixed Income shop here in New York. So that's really where I started in credit and I had learned about banks. Obviously I went to night school for Accounting and it was very funny in those days because New York was empty Mary in the eighties. There was no one here. You know especially if you're for sure. Oh God were used to go to the raccoon launch and there would be bikers parked down the street two blocks of city hall middle of the night. And it'd be knowing there. No one that that's amazing. That's amazing. You mentioned Jones parties. I recall a party of yours. I believe it was election night in two thousand eight and that was the only time in my life I got to meet. Paul Volcker was sitting in your kitchen telling jokes about the Bush administration with toll. Paul the fact that I got pulled laugh is one of the highlights of of that decade. For me yeah he he. He was a great great guy and he did have quite a sense of humor He was member Lotus Club. So I did get to see a couple of times there Before his passing but he was just a a lovely man there were times. We disagreed on things but I always came around the his point of view because he he was such a real guy and he was grounded in in reality. He reminds me a lot of what my dad said to me. Years ago we said Christie task of this generation is to pass the bubble onto the next generation intact. And that's what Paul Volcker did. I asked him once about the bank's Paul. Why did you let this in two thousand seventeen? Which is where that picture I put on. Twitter came from and We had gone to lunch and this little cafeteria right there in Rockefeller Center where he used to go and get his lunch every day. It was very hot. It's very nice And we're sitting there and look. What did you let the banks off-balance-sheet finance all of these bad things happen? Subsequently right and he said well they were broke. What else was I going to do? So you know he was just such a sweet and I think very committed public servant and I always respected that about him but he was a family friend which is why I never asked him for anything. What about some of the other Fed Chairman that you had relationships. With what can you tell us about Arthur Burns or Alan Greenspan or anybody else on the FOMC that that stands out in your mind. Arthur Burns was very sweet. The self effacing man Who My dad got to know? Because pop was a speech writer Richard Nixon and he left The Nixon campaign justice. Nixon was going to White House. So you know because of my father's press credentials and connections and everything else and also because of the fact. He was a Republican again in a democratic dominated town He quickly got to know. People like Brunson Greenspan and became kind of their political counselor in a sense because the decision by both men to get into the Fed and get deeply involved and and national economic policy was very momentous one because it meant a lot of compromises for both You know I don't remember. Burns says well because I was so young But Greenspan was you know always A long Family friend he had gotten no my pop. Pop was working with Ronald Reagan. And when you know during the seventy six Cycle when Ford eventually got the nomination re Greenspan was trying to figure out when he was going to go to the Council of Economic Advisers and then ended up at the Fed of course and that was also a very political decision berry. Because you know the the Fed is the most political entity in Washington by far the very very stu political analyst not a great economist but Really really sharp judge politics so you know it was a fascinating thing for a a young man to have access to. I would sit on the stairs in our house in For some their Maryland a off Massachusetts Avenue. Just listen to these parties And meet the people sometimes because we were all very little But as we grew up these people were part of our lives and we were kind of Washington insiders. That's what Washington was like in the eighties and the nineties. You could actually get stuff done. People would talk to one another. They would have dinner. You know a little today. Yeah I I think we have to restore civility and thereby communication in our. That would go life. That would go along way. I have to follow up with one question. You mentioned fed chairman making compromises. Were you talking philosophically or politically or across the board. It's across the board cannot survive as fed chairman without the at least the acquiescence of the White House and you know trump Berates Powell and says things in public but Judy Shelton said I think so wonderfully at least he does it in public What Richard Nixon did? Arthur Burns was criminal His anti-semitism his just nastiness Was was awful and you know Reagan on the other hand was very affable Mike Dad got reappointed and it was a little cabal between him and Pawlak Salt. The Great Senator One weekend the lack salts. And the Reagan's were camp. David and my dad gave Paul the polack salt. The phone number and said Have Reagan. Call Fulcher and it happened. And then my dad said to me later. I put this inflated. This is how stuff gets done in Washington. Still phone call from gathering can't David and barrel sprinkle was being pushed very very hard by Don Regan? The former chairman of Merrill Lynch and Dad One so you know kudos Pawlak Salt..

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County Commissioner Criticized For ‘Civil War’ Poll Question

Nightside with Dan Rea

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County Commissioner Criticized For ‘Civil War’ Poll Question

"A county commissioner on Cape Cod is being criticized for comments he made WBZ Suzanne sizeable reports it's from a posting on social media Barnstable county commissioner Ron BT asked whether a civil war would be better than allowing radical socialist to take over the country Republican state Rep Timothy Whalen of Brewster says the commissioners words are deeply troubling and unbecoming of an elected official media Republican says he has every right to ask the poll question and that he hopes doing so will allow others to be equally as candid he says he has absolutely nothing to apologize for VD faced criticism and calls for his resignation last year when he asked on social media if gay politicians could fairly represent all

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Google's New Guidelines for Employees: No Politics!

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:18 min | 1 year ago

Google's New Guidelines for Employees: No Politics!

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm j._r. Whalen and the newsroom in new york don't talk politics at a party. If you work at google don't talk politics there either. We'll explain why in a moment first. Let's check in on some tech news journal reporter adam. Jonoski has a story about how hackers are often willing to negotiate after taking hold of data or servers servers ransomware attack more than doubled in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen from a year earlier and the average ransom demand increased to about two hundred and twenty only five thousand dollars in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen. That's up from one hundred and sixteen thousand dollars a year earlier. Also hackers accept payment only in bitcoin or other crypto currencies and that's because it's difficult to trace but hackers often look for any level of payments adam jonoski story points out an the hackers accept a significantly lower payment about eighty percent of the time for certain strains of ransomware for example in one recent incident the hacker set ransom at forty bitcoin or about four hundred sixteen thousand dollars but agreed to seventeen bitcoin or one hundred seventy seven thousand dollars now law enforcement authorities don't punish organizations that pay a ransom but they advised against doing so because they say there's no guarantee that hackers will unlock affected data and paying up emboldens the hackers to go after a new target and a cyber insurer that brokers ransomware demands tells attackers that hacked company can restore computers and data from backups and doesn't need the decryption key from hackers but the companies usually willing to pay for it at a discount because it would speed up the recovery coverage process better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. It's pretty much. That's a given that to keep the peace at a cocktail party. You should steer clear of discussing politics and the same might be true for the workplace will google is set new guidelines advising implies not to discuss politics or anything else for that matter not related to work and wall street journal reporter. Sara nadelmann is here with some details so sara this might seem my common sense to some the idea of keeping the conversation to work matters but as you point out in your journal story google has been known for a fairly freewheeling internal culture culture right so this is a pretty big about face for the company as long prided itself on having an open debate type of culture very much like a college campus and <hes> employees have formed groups dedicated to a wide range of topics animals rights to women's issues to politics. You name aimed at some point. It's grown to <hes> an issue where people are spending too much time. Debating matters unrelated to their jobs through these internal internal groups there. <hes> discussions happened on line through a chat software program. That's internal and so has gotten out of hand and yeah. The google has this internal message board award system where employees can air their views. The company wants to patrol those a little better exactly up until now they've had employees voluntarily moderating these these message boards to make sure things don't get out of control <hes> and it's <hes> in the past year google said that it's <hes> gotten to a point where they actually need employees to monitor these chatrooms full-time so they're going to have employs dedicated specifically moderating these forums to make sure our <hes> things don't get out of hand in addition getting people back to work is part of this reason an effort to close doors where confidential company information might recount that is another part of it so in the guidelines <hes> they list of <hes> have a bulging list of several things that they want the employees to pay attention to string guidelines on how they should behave during those internal communications and one of those bullets toward the end is indeed reminding people that confidential company information discussed on these farms should remain confidential that has not been happening lately that has really a next on the the senior executives at the company because they're happened. These leaks it'd to be clear. Google isn't banning political conversations altogether but once managers to monitor things if they become disruptive or if there's any sort of informational threat to the company exactly and that's why they're having employees you know do this full-time to make sure those conversations are civill and to make sure that confident formation he's not leaked going forward and so it is a enough that they are going to be hiring full of full time team dedicated to doing just that you know you mentioned google being like a college campus before based on your story seems like google is turning a corner in a maturing process moving from something like a college campus to requiring requiring more responsibility on the part of the employs seems like this is a sea change in motion. It is a c chain emotion. <hes> not necessarily driven by a desire to <hes> be more mature. I would say it's more in response to the behavior. That's happened on those forums. They they said in the past year that this these forms online messaging boards <hes> have grown to a point where employees are not spending enough time time doing the job that they're hired to do but instead are debating one another on whatever is the hot topic of the day and so this is a reaction to bad behavior that they're trying range a curve <hes> not so much a saying you know we just need to grow up. It's really dealing with a problem and trying to solve that north wall street journal reporter sara needle man here in our studio sarah. Thanks for coming on the show and that's your tech news briefing j._r. whalen in new york for the wall street journal.

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"whalen" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"whalen" Discussed on WRVA

"American Paul Whalen appeared in court in Moscow first public sighting of the former marine since his arrest side, the cool Leland's Russian lawyer dropped a bombshell. Is being been arrested with the US drive holding state secrets he said we had not known. He had them the lowest at someone had given wheel the drive, which he thought would simply contain holiday, photos and sightseeing files. Instead it held classified materials if true it would raise the question was wheeling setup ABC's Patrick revel in Moscow day, thirty three of the government shutdown. There may be movement in the Senate leader McConnell is expected to bring two bills to the Senate floor one of which is based on the agreement that President Trump offered over the weekend, which includes the five point seven billion dollars in wall funding as well as what he's characterizing some concessions to democrat. They don't see it as concession ABC's Ellie Rogan in Washington. The other Bill is a two week funding measure with no wall funding, both come up for procedural votes in the Senate on Thursday. It's not believe either has the sixty votes needed to advance three men and a sixteen year old boy in custody and ups. State New York in an apparent anti-muslim plot police in Greece New York near Rochester, arrested three men who allegedly conspired to attack the hamlet of Islam Berg, a Muslim community in the Catskills. With improvised explosive devices court records said the devices were in the shape of medium to large sized cylinders and Mason jars wrapped in duct tape. The men were arrested over the weekend and charged with criminal weapons possession and conspiracy. ABC's Aaron Katersky. Sports notes career saves leader Mariana Rivera is baseball's first unanimous choice for the hall of fame. Edgar martinez. Mike Mussina and delayed ROY halladay also inducted and Serena Williams is out of the Australian Open blowing a five one third set lead before falling the caroliina scope who saved four match points to win. You're listening to ABC news. China warning the US not to request candidate to extradite a top Chinese executive China's foreign ministry says the country will retaliate against the US and Canada if the US moves ahead with a formal extradition request for Mangaung, Joe, she's the chief financial officer of the Chinese tech giant wa way who was arrested in Canada in December on charges of violating US sanctions in Iran. China's warning comes after Canada's globe and mail reported that the US has informed Canada it intends to file a formal extradition. Request by January thirtieth coincidentally that's the same day a delegation from China is expected to be in Washington for continued trade talks, Mark Remillard, ABC news..

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American arrested in Russia as a spy had 'state secrets' on him, lawyer says

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

American arrested in Russia as a spy had 'state secrets' on him, lawyer says

"On Kanaks. The attorney for American Paul Whalen says his client was given applies try before his recent Russian Russia. Dr apparently contained some state secrets will never saw. What was on it? Reporter Elizabeth Palmer's in Moscow. The former US sprain is being held on spy charges Russian website with close links to Russia's security services is now saying that those state secrets or in fact, the list of employees inside Russia's ministry of defence with links to spying Huilan's lawyer told me essentially that he's going to plead ignorant. That Paul wheel and had no idea that material was in any way, classify Russian court rejected Whelan's bed for release on bail. And instead granted an extension to his detention, pending those espionage

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Russia, Moscow And Paul Whalen discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Russia, Moscow And Paul Whalen discussed on BBC World Service

"The former US marine arrested on suspicion of spying in Russia is due to appear in court in Moscow about now Paul Whalen insists he's innocent and is appealing against a decision to

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Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Is Russia's Arrest of American Payback for Maria Butina?

"USA's Chris Barnes in Washington on a US citizen, who's accused of espionage in Russia versus deputy, foreign minister brushing back suggestions that an American being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying could be exchanged for a Russian citizen being held by the United States, the brother of Paul Whalen. No tells the Associated Press that he can't help but question whether the events are connected, we Linda former US marine who also holds Canadian British and Irish citizenship has been detained in Moscow since late December his arrest leading to speculation. Russia could be using him to bargain for a Russian woman who pleaded guilty to acting as a foreign agent in the US deputy foreign minister surrogate Riber says discussing a possible swap including Leland and Maria Boutin would be premature because we hasn't even been formerly charged yet

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Accused American 'spy' in Russia has 4 passports

Coast to Coast AM

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Accused American 'spy' in Russia has 4 passports

"Are emerging about an American being held in Moscow on suspicion of spying. Correspondent Matthew chance as Paul Whalen past raised red flags in Russia. Details emerging about Paul Wheeler may go some way to explaining why he appeared on the radar of Russian counter espionage agencies. Former military serving with the US marines for fourteen years, including Cheetos of duty in Iraq. He had multiple passports US, British Canadian rich, something Russian intelligence may have seen as suspicious, and he did dozens of ordinary Russians on social media. Many of them military veterans like himself something that may also rung

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Weekend shutdown talks led by Pence to go into a second day

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Weekend shutdown talks led by Pence to go into a second day

"Remedy for immigration policy remains the hurdle. Russia's deputy foreign minister says no prisoner. Swap is currently on the table involving Paul Whalen, the former US marine arrested in Moscow over a week ago on suspicion of spying, the BBC, Sarah Raynsford reports hip cough said that at this stage. Talk of swap whole and any Russian detainee was inappropriate counter-productive and politically unjustified. His comments came after days of speculation that the former US marine may have been arrested to exchange for Maria Putina. He's pleaded guilty in the US to conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of Moscow. Second ripped off though since there is no link between Mr. Williams arrest here in Moscow and other detentions. Meanwhile, Russia's foreign minister announced today, the US took a Russian citizen into custody a day after wheeling. Was seized Massachusetts. Senator Elizabeth warns following up on her announcement this week of a presidential exploratory committee holding campaign

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Pompeo Plans to Press Saudi Leaders Over Killing of Jamal Khashoggi

Reveal

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo Plans to Press Saudi Leaders Over Killing of Jamal Khashoggi

"Into custody a day after Moscow seized former US marine, Paul Whalen on suspicion of spying as Charles Maine's reports is also dismissing rumors of a prisoner exchange at least for now Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei to cough said there was no point in discussing any exchange for ex-marine, Paul Whalen. Arguing authorities had yet to issue. Formal charges Wieland who holds passports from the US Canada. Ireland and the UK was arrested by Russian security agents on December twenty eighth in Moscow for alleged espionage, women's Russian lawyer has previously insisted his client had been charged and openly floated the idea of trading Wayland for Russians in US custody, the competing narratives came as Russia's foreign ministry said a Russian national had also been detained by FBI agents upon arrival to an. Island in the northwest Pacific late last month and was now being held in a Florida prison for NPR news. I'm Charles means in Moscow marchers are in the streets of Budapest, Hungary, protesting the far right government, Victor or Orban the BBC's. Nick THORP reports the rallies were triggered by a new law last month on overtime work. Today's demonstration is a litmus test of the degree of anger in Hungary against the overtime law and of the determination of those willing to come out onto the streets. Heavy snow in the past twenty four hours across the country could reduce numbers threatening nationwide strikes unless there are four main demands of meant the scrapping of the overtime law double digit wage increases, the removal of limitations on the right to strike under far-reaching pension reform. The feeders. Government has already offered an eight percent wage increase this year it by another eight percent next year in an attempt to head off the discontent. The BBC's Nick Thorpe. This is N. NPR? Yellow vest? Protesters are back in the streets of Paris today. And so our French security forces firing tear-gas as some demonstrators, set, motorcycles and barricades on fire. It's the eighth consecutive Saturday of the anti-government marches there.

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"whalen" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"whalen" Discussed on KCRW

"For Whalen and subsequently spoke with Williams family. His brothers has wheel and travel the world including Russia multiple times, he says will and was last there for a friend's wedding. When he was picked up by Russian authorities. It may take longer than expected for the Trump administration to withdraw US troops from Syria. NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports on how President Trump's controversial decision last month is likely to play out in the coming months when President Trump fest announced his decision he appeared intent on bringing the US troop presence in Syria to an abrupt end that all coming back and they're coming back. Now, he tweeted, but after the resignation. Of his Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis and mounting pressure from leading Republicans that position seems to have shifted. Now, he says the troops will slowly return to the US while still fighting to retake the last pocket of ISIS territory in Syria. A slow withdrawal. Over months would be welcomed by the US's Kurdish allies in Syria who see a sudden US pull out as being a betrayal. That would leave them exposed to threats by competing powers in the region wreath Shylock NPR news Beirut as the Democrats prepare to assume control of the US house of representatives tomorrow. President Donald Trump is asking them in a tweet. Let's make a deal congressional leaders from both major parties are meeting at the White House with Trump this hour for a border security briefing is a White House puts it the president wants a wall. A cornerstone of his campaign message on immigration, but the Democrats argue there are more fiscally responsible ways to spend on border security. The impasse keeping a fourth of the government shutdown and hundreds of thousands of federal workers without pay for twelfth day today. David Bernhardt begins his tenure as the acting interior secretary as the mountain west news bureaus Nate Heggie reports, the X oil lobbyists in Washington insider will. Replace Ryan Zinke who has resigned mid ethics investigation. David Bernhardt is a polarizing figure loved by industry. But assailed by environmental protection groups, the Colorado native spent nearly a decade working for DC lobbying firm, whose clients included big oil and gas companies Bernhardt also served as a top lawyer for interior during the Bush administration and was second in command under Ryan Zinke. He's advocated for rolling back in dangerous Species Act protections and relaxing regulations for oil and gas development on public lands. Bernhardt is said to have a surgical legal mind, and none of zacchaeus flash. The outgoing secretary showed up for his first day in office at the interior department on a horse for NPR news. I'm Nate Heggie in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is NPR, and this is KCRW good day to each of you. It's twelve oh four. I'm Duarte psycho towel with California headlines. The superintendent of the Los Angeles United school district unified school district is asking family and the community to pressure the union that represents. Tens of thousands of teachers to return to the bargaining table. In a statement released this morning Austin beaten, her says, he's willing to work around the clock to resolve all the outstanding issues. But he says, quote, we cannot make progress if you will not even meet or engage in any discussions before the holidays UTSA said it planned to strike on January tenth unless a settlement is reached the Union's president, Alex Caputo Pearl said last month that the A USD superintendent has failed to be what he called good faith partner over more than twenty months of contract negotiations and in California law will require repeat DUI offenders or first time drivers under the influence of either alcohol or the combination of alcohol and drugs involving injury to install in their vehicles. What's known as an I d or an interlock device, basically, it's a Breathalyzer fixed to your car. If a driver fails the machine has the car won't.

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"whalen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"whalen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Says Paul Whalen was taken into custody during a spy rally by federal security service officers criminal case, which could give him as much as twenty years in prison has been opened against Wayland by the Russian state. That's Mike Bauer. Reporting. President Trump is responding to incoming Utah Senator mitt Romney's criticism of him in a column in the Washington Post Trump saying on Twitter this morning here we go with Mitt Romney. But so fast question will be is he a flake? I hope not would much prefer. Admit focus on border security, and so many other things where he can be helpful cook reports Trump went on to say, I won big. And he didn't he should be happy for all Republicans be a team player and win in the column. Romney who will be sworn in tomorrow ripped into what he called the shortfall in Trump's character. And leadership congressional leaders from both parties are being invited by President Trump to a briefing on border security, the meeting at the White House today will be led by officials from the department of homeland security and the top leaders from each party in both the house and the Senate have been invited to attend. The briefing comes just one day before the Democrats take control of the house and day twelve of the partial government shutdown by the middle of the century. Scientists say the Dead Sea could just be a small pool to the rapid rate. It's ranking scientists say the water level the lake on the border of Israel and Jordan is now falling by as much as five feet a year. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio New York governor Andrew Cuomo is officially beginning. His third. Term in office after being sworn in on Ellis Island, James flippin has more on the story. Governor Cuomo warned of a social depression affecting Americans caused by hate and division. There is now a fundamental questioning of the viability of the American promise. He refused to blame the federal government for the divide, but faulted them for using it towards political gain looters during a blackout. They didn't cause the darkness, but they exploited speaking of his agenda. He vowed it would be progressive and rebuild key aspects of the state building my friends.

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New details on former U.S. Marine accused of spying in Russia

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

New details on former U.S. Marine accused of spying in Russia

"Calls. Russia's insistence. His twin brother is a spy correspondent candy McCormack at the Pentagon, Paul Whalen. A former marine was detained last Friday, but Russia's intelligence service gave no details of his alleged espionage activities. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the US hopes to gain consular access to them in the next few hours. But it's also demanding his immediate return along with an explanation of why he was arrested. His brother says he was in Moscow for a wedding the military says Waylon was discharged in two thousand eight for bad conduct related to art larceny. President Trump has summoned congressional leaders to

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Former US Marine Detained While Attending Wedding in Moscow

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Former US Marine Detained While Attending Wedding in Moscow

"US marine visiting Moscow for a wedding is now in custody. Matthew chance is in Moscow on the arrest of Paul Whalen. Well, they don't take a great deal. It has to be said that just made this very sort of stiff announcements by the FSBA, which is the main counter espionage agency here in Russia saying that arrested a US citizen on the twenty eighth of December in the Russian capital Moscow. The study was spying, but no other details given about what exactly he was said to have been doing when he was detained a

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American accused of spying was in Russia for a wedding, brother says

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

American accused of spying was in Russia for a wedding, brother says

"Diego. The brother of an American arrested in Russia says he is not a spy that his family is worried CBS's. Vicki Barker has the latest from London David Whalen, says his brother Paul a former US marine is innocent and was only in Moscow for a wedding. He says the family last heard from him on Friday the day of his arrest. Whelan's arrest did not take place in a geopolitical vacuum many Kremlin-watchers speculate the Russians may help to eventually swap him for the Russian gun rights activists Maria Bettina, currently facing felony charges over her contacts with the National Rifle Association and Republican operatives. President

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American accused of spying was in Russia for a wedding, brother says

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

American accused of spying was in Russia for a wedding, brother says

"Diego. The brother of an American arrested in Russia says he is not a spy that his family is worried CBS's. Vicki Barker has the latest from London David Whalen, says his brother Paul a former US marine is innocent and was only in Moscow for a wedding. He says the family last heard from him on Friday the day of his arrest. Whelan's arrest did not take place in a geopolitical vacuum many Kremlin-watchers speculate the Russians may help to eventually swap him for the Russian gun rights activists Maria Bettina, currently facing felony charges over her contacts with the National Rifle Association and Republican operatives. President

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Russia detains US citizen on suspicion of spying

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Russia detains US citizen on suspicion of spying

"Powell London. Russia's intelligence service arresting a US citizen on suspicion of being a spy Noah found guilty that man could face up to twenty years in jail. Details are scarce at the moment. But they've named the man is Paul Whalen, and he's being arrested by the federal security service. That's the FSP the country's domestic intelligence service. We know Russia is upset about the prosecution of Maria Putina a Russian charged with being a foreign. An agent in the US. And so the Americans arrest may turn into

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Russia detains US citizen on suspicion of spying

Fresh Air

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Russia detains US citizen on suspicion of spying

"Washington Russian. Authorities say they have arrested a US citizen in Moscow under suspicion of espionage. NPR's? Lucian Kim has more the FSB Russia's federal security service says it arrested an American named Paul Whalen on Friday while he was engaged in spine. In a short statement. The FSBA said it had opened a criminal investigation against wheel. And for espionage, the US embassy in Moscow had no immediate comment a conviction for espionage carries a sentence of up to twenty years in Russia. The Russian government has fiercely criticised the arrest in the US of Russian citizen Maria Bhutan, July this month. She pleaded guilty to the charge of conspiring to act as a Russian agent as part of a deal with you. As prosecutors Lucian Kim. NPR

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American citizen arrested in Russia on spying charges

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

American citizen arrested in Russia on spying charges

"That Russian state media have only identified the American as having the name, Paul Whalen. We don't have any other details about this individual. And we haven't heard anything from the US side about this. I think the most interesting thing about this at this stage is that it's the FSBA Russia's domestic intelligence agency, which is doing the arresting here. So the FSB is very important intelligence service. And they're the ones claiming to have made the arrest

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"whalen" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"whalen" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"It's that simple used by millions of people everyday flip board is how people move themselves and the world forward. Get started. Now at flip board dot com. Welcome back the first class followed. Joining me now is a first-class father. Who tells it like it is his videos on social media have been viewed almost one billion times he is a bestselling author, and he is the founder of multiple companies, including lions, not sheep. It is a great privilege for me to say, Sean Whalen. Welcome to first-class fatherhood. Thanks, ma'am. All right, Sean. Let's go here. How many kids do you have? And how old are they? I've got three kids. I have a fifteen year old daughter. I've got a nine year or sorry. Club year old a nine year old son. Awesome. What type of sports are activities into? My daughter is very artistic. She plays the ukulele and does seeing and stuff like that. There's a lot of painting a lot of art craft stuff like that really really good at it. My son is material place football my nine year old place, but Boswell, and then my my oldest boardings twelve William e he actually is my co-driver in my race trucks. So he and I do a lot of auto racing. Very cool. All right now. Do you get involved with coaching at all? Or are you watching from the sideline? Yeah. This is my first year coaching. So this is his second year playing tackle. And I this is my first year coaching, and it's a it's a pretty I'm a pretty competitive guy for pretty intense deal when your boys out there. So it's been it was an interesting year. We I coach and I'm involved in everything that they do is humanly possible. That's awesome showing. All right, please take a few minutes here to hit my listeners a little bit about your background. And what you do. So I was very very successful the young as you grew up in a single. Fair home. I found a lot of success in be real estate game in my early twenties. Made a lot of money became a self made multimillionaire, kind of played the game and led the life of quote, unquote, success that we see over social media and stuff I had two houses in the cars, and the Rolexes and I found it about age thirty when the market crash like dealt with a lot of the stress of life and business and feeling like I had to keep working twenty hours a day and to make a long story short. I ended up having a mid life crisis. I talked about in my book, I felt like I was juggling bowling ball's all day long between the family and the business and the games and the things in the emotional connections everywhere, and I ended up going through a divorce through bankruptcy and spent about two years in what I like to call my wilderness, if you will and try to figure out why the hell was even here in and out of that team, my friend company, which is lying not sheet. And I started telling my story online and and sharing my. Darkness in my contemplation of suicide through the whole thing. And I had a couple of schools, Ireland's social media and have this date almost nine hundred million views of my videos have got thousands of clients all over the world. And I built this tire brands tire business based off of me really fucking some things up and and going through really really really dark shit. And it's been one of the most unbelievable couple years building this business and working with as many people's I have. So it's it's quite a quite right. Yeah. What an inspirational story, Sean, you're helping so many people out there. What were some of the challenges you faced growing up in a single parent home and did growing up with a single parent. Make you feel like you were kind of destined to be a single parent yourself. No, not at all. No. I just you know, I teach this, and I talked about this a lot. I don't believe that at all. I mean, he's so many people that grow up in poverty in the becoming wealthy or you know, wealthy and then. Get the drugs and they end up in poverty. So I don't I think that we're destined to go wherever it is..

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"whalen" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"whalen" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Lindsay whalen had took in this season took the job of the university of minnesota women's basketball coach you know huge job icy big ten job will this year will you because of the fact that she's going to be a head coach at a pretty prominent college will she be in coaches meetings with you will you we'll her experience this year be different because of the job that she's going to have in a couple of months he had already is you know i think just in the way that she used things it's already different you know she's already you know she's she's really gotten over there and and just tackling you know big things and and so she's already sort of got this mindset of of wearing the coaches cap so to speak and so i see her her mind a little bit different in practice what she's paying attention to just talked about you know wanting to talk about drills when it's talked about offices you know that sort of thing so she's paying a little more attention she was always great always coach able always all the intangibles but there's a different level with which sees you know focusing a little things you know perhaps it's when we gather up in a circle the messaging you know that maybe as a player you take for granted but now as a coach you go you know what that's going to be me in a few months i wanted you know like where where does that come from where where does your mesic come from how do you arrive at what needs to be centered and all you have a feel for that and so those are sort of the questions i get and you know we were doing drill the other day and she popped over the side real quick and say hey i need to get that will taper i wanna run that you know so it's it's definitely and i think it's going to be highly beneficial tools i think there's a bit of a you know a surge if you will thinks he's gotten from this that you know i think she's always appreciated the game but i think there's just something special about this thing being a coach.

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