17 Burst results for "William Miller"
"william miller" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Always home. I'm on Google. Me too. You're doing great, you know. It's only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you're uncool. Rob coletti as soon as he walked in to do the audition for us, I felt that Lester's warmth, you know? And the warmth that was surprising to me when I met him. And you know about it and stuff you're working on that warmth and that heart is very present, which is great. So I love that there's a warm kind of version of Lester who's also funny in corrosive that opens the show basically by saying it's over. But what you loved about music is open. It's the first lines of the musical. It's like, it's over. Right. What I love is it ends with William Miller saying, what do you love about music? And Russell Hammond says to begin with. Everything. So I just like the shape of it's over, it's beginning. And that's kind of the life of the music fan, you know? And the ride you take with it. So anyway, to over answer. Well, I can see that it is. That's a great way of saying it. And I think, you know, I think part of the problem with Broadway style singing is a lot of it's about exposition. You've got to explain it's almost there's so much emphasis on the words that the music sometimes gets short shrift. But I was curious, it's a daunting hell to climb as us rock lovers know. So I'm just wondering if you'd have it any examples in your catalog of stuff that this was a musical that did rock justice on Broadway or anywhere. You know, regional theater, wherever you may have seen it. Do you have any were there any inspirations like that as you were kind of formulating this? Yeah, Greg, the thing that I said in the very first meeting about this was my dream would be that there would be a high school production version of almost famous that if you're 15 or 16, you're psyched to put on. And that's my real dream, really, that it lives like that because I remember the plays that we would play at my schools and it was like guys and dolls and stuff like that. So I thought like wow wouldn't it be cool if almost famous was in a gymnasium and it was their spring show at a high school or San Diego high school or something would be amazing. So the thing is, can a Broadway audience take a show that handles music more as a concert than as a showy event? You know what I mean? Can it be a little bit of both and can people that love theater come and see the show and eventually hold hands with rock fans, music fans? And they do, by the end of the show, you know, we end with a reprise of fever dog and every night in San Diego and also in New York on Broadway, everybody's standing. So they've kind of like and they're rocking out with still water who plays live, which is really cool. So it's ambitious and when we first started putting the show on some of the people that came to see it who were interested the OG theater people, you know, they had to get tenderized for it because they're kind of not used to seeing Jeff Bebe and stillwater doing the doing the Midwestern hard rock thing, you know? But now I think it's settled in in a great way and people they know there's an ending that's about kind of there's a curtain ball that happens at the end of the show that's really exciting and all the cast appear in it. Every character gets to sing part of fever dog. And it kind of brings everything together and people now know that that's coming because when the show is over, they don't leave. They're ready for this curtain call of fever. Which is I'm maybe proudest of right after maybe end up in a high school sometime. That is a great thought. It really is. You handled that so deftly, my friend, a tenderized. They needed to be tenderized. We're all critics. We're toughened. We're all critics rural journalists. The New York theater press was pretty brutal. And yet people are loving the show and coming to the show night after night. How did that feel? I mean, you've had bad reviews for movies before. It must be must be similar, but he was listening to black Sabbath records at the critic savaged and millions of kids bought it and were influenced by it for decades later. He's telling rolling stone. I'm gonna go on the road with this guy, Peter Frampton, and they're like, oh, he's nothing. He's a teeny Bopper, right? You know, I mean, you've been down this road before, but jeez, man. I was crying. I'm the master of reality of Broadway shows right there. The fans know, no. Here's what's funny. And I love that you asked about it. Because, you know, you're always kind of asked to compare the Hollywood movie making version of putting on a show. To the Broadway version. So me having come from the world of movies like a lot of the storytelling that way. A lot of the people involved as we were putting the show together would take me aside and go, you know, there's no close ups in the theater. You got to get used to it. There's no close ups in the theater. The close ups are when they sing. And I'm like, I know. I know. I picked this up, you know? Yeah. And I loved leaning into it as, you know, because I love knowing a character backwards and forwards and, you know, you feel like you fall in love with them when you hear the story and stuff. And the songs helped me do that. But what it always was supposed to be is a show that brought everybody together, especially the ones that had never been to a Broadway theater. Anyway, the point is, in movies, also if something gets dinged early on, man, everybody looks for another job. Everybody moves on. Everybody's like picking up the phone and reading new scripts. And the wind shifts overnight. So some of the reviews that ding does on the Broadway show, it strengthened the cast. The young man, the young man who Casey likes who plays William. I'll never forget it. The first morning after some of the reviews ran, some of them, not bad, for sure, but here comes Casey, running down the street, skipping, saying like, F of all, man, we're gonna triple down. Is everything and I looked at this kid and I'm just like, that is it. And that is unique to this
Bloomberg Radio New York
"william miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"U.S. Senate. It's clear the legislation over at the rail strike. The president says he will sign it. It does not address increased sick pay. Another major loss for Donald Trump appeals judge rules the Department of Justice may move forward without the special master. President Joe Biden says he's ready to talk with Vladimir Putin under the right conditions that Putin is ready to talk about how to get peace. Meanwhile, China's president Xi Jinping has urged European council president Charles Michel to solve the crisis in Ukraine as a way to better relations between the two, Beijing has made a pivot in the city to loosen some COVID controls allows home isolation. Biden administration plans to issue new sanctions against North Korea today to punish Pyongyang for recent missile tests. U.S. Supreme Court has kept the Biden student loan debt plan on hold. It has agreed to hold arguments that are likely to produce a definitive ruling by June, the CDC says youths and minorities were and are the most likely to be infected with COVID-19 without being vaccinated. In San Francisco, I met Baxter. This is Bloomberg. All right, mister Curtis. All right, thanks very much. Add the time here is ten minutes before the top of the hour, it's time for the daybreak Asian media and tea leaves review, which is when we take a look at the media, the outside media, from Dow Jones, China's Internet watchdog instructed tech companies to expand censorship of protests. The cyberspace administration of China issued some guidance to companies on Tuesday, including Tencent and ByteDance by dance is the operator of TikTok. It asked them to add more staff to Internet censorship teams, according to people familiar with the matter. And again, these are Dow Jones sources. The companies were also asked to pay more attention to content related to the protests that happened over this past weekend and a fire in a room that triggered the nationwide backlash over COVID policies. From The Washington Post, at one of those protests on Sunday Night in Beijing, a young man with a megaphone said what everyone needs to be aware of is that among us are anti China foreign forces, they are nearby. The crowd immediately interrupted him, though there isn't some yelled. We are all Chinese patriots here. In state media in China, the United States and other western powers are often demonized as trying to undermine China's rise. Nationalist commentators have responded to the recent demonstrations with arguments that claim that the dissenters are organized by clandestine foreign agents. The propaganda was used to de legitimize dissent in the Hong Kong protests, but this story maintains that it has actually lost persuasive power in these latest protests. Quickly from The New York Times, protests in China have roused a tradition of descent that had seemed spent after ten years under Xi Jinping, the story goes on to say that it seems it is very much alive. And from Reuters, HSBC is cutting as many as 15% of its 2000 senior operations managers worldwide. These reductions are to streamline the management ranks and reduce costs and apparently most of these losses are tied to positions with the title of chief operating officer. As a look at the media were shot to you. All right, well, let's have a look at this upcoming jobs report at the non farm pay report coming out of the U.S.. At the moment, the economists are we've surveyed and suggesting that we could see about 200,000 jobs being created in November. Let's find out more. And we can now get over to the TS Lombard chief U.S. economist, is Stephen blitz, Steve. Thanks for joining us. If we don't see a moderation in the number of jobs which are growing here, how much will that be taken as a sign by investors and market participants that essentially we're going to be having to deal with a higher inflation rate for longer and therefore, high interest rates are also in the future. Yeah, you know, that's a great question. But I think that the way Powell set his speech yesterday, I think he had a pretty good inkling that this number was going to come in below a 100,000. And so I think that the idea that's going to be a much higher number, like what we've seen 300,000, which by the way, at this point in the cycle, is very unusual. And a 150,000 is actually still a pretty strong number at this point. But they're hell bent on going to 50 and slowing equals easy as far as the market is. So we're at a daily news show. We always like to have change. And so we took the kind of pause in the markets today as maybe a sign that, you know, with this week PMI number and a few other numbers of late that may be investors are starting to worry about recession. But I think we should say that the 49 reading we got on the PMI, it's obviously in contraction in contraction mode. However, it's not at the levels that you normally see when you get recession, which is more like 45 or so. So we can still have some heart at least for the moment. Yeah, look, there are many more numbers out there that say that the economy is beginning to reaccelerate and say that the level of activities continue continuing to decelerate. And a lot of that deceleration that we've seen has nothing to do with the fed. It has to the fact that the economy grew at 7% last year. It wasn't going to do that again this year. And so there was a natural deceleration to 2%. So when you look at those, when you understand that fact, it's deceleration you're seeing is that your typical cyclical deceleration towards recession. It's just simply the economy decelerating back to trend. And if you look at personal income and spending numbers that we got in October and you look at three month moving averages, real spending on discretionary items has been is accelerating. And real disposable income, which was shrinking a lot. The first part of the year is now growing positive. Tell me something here. I mean, it's really interesting. You wrote to us in your research. You're saying, forget about J Powell being poor Volcker. He's more like Bill Martin, and he was, of course, fed president from the early 1950s for 18 years, nearly 19 years. And more like William Miller, who was, of course, no, sorry, Arthur burns, I should say here. 8 years from 1970, so what's your thinking? Yeah, my thinking is just simply that it's easy to talk tough. But if you're really going to be tough and you're really going to hold to your guns, what are you going to hold to you against when things get tough when things get hard? And you can think of that in any walk of life for anybody. And what we're seeing with this move so quickly to go to 50, which isn't easing of financial conditions that the back end. And we're seeing it begin to positively impact the demand for housing. That is exactly the mistake that Martin and burns made. They didn't carry through. They didn't hold to a tight policies. So what the market understands is that while Powell is talking of Volcker talk, he doesn't, you know, he's not going to carry through. Now to be fair to him, he doesn't really have the license to do that. He doesn't really have the political support to
"william miller" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Onboard whatever it is for you. It's the end of the week for us. Which means all weekend, I can work on my book. It's editing goes Friday. Bernie Sanders is going to call in at the top of the third hour of the program. He wants to share with us some thoughts about the build back better. Which Joe Manchin just put a knife into the heart of, we will discuss that a few other things that are on Bernie's mind also, I want to get into the big business plot to overthrow Democrats. I'll tell you about that in just a second. As I mentioned, Joe Manchin has blown up the build back better deal. I'll share the details of that with you in our first hour and our second hour because we haven't held Trump accountable. He's now forming a shadow government Washington D.C.. They got a $35 million budget over a hundred employees and a whole bunch of his former cabinet members. I'll tell you about that in the second hour. And also this whole thing with the Secret Service. I want to get into the timeline that the Secret Service is laying out makes absolutely no sense. I'll give you the details on that in our second hour. In our third hour, as I mentioned, Bernie is going to drop by. Also, what's Ted Cruz going to do with these items that from dead children, a mile long procession of school buses brought to his mansion yesterday, his security guard came out and took the note from one of the grieving fathers. I'll tell you about that in the third hour and also in our crazy alert for the day. The recall alert regarding honey or Viagra in honey gives new meaning to honey, I'm home. Indeed. All righty, my op eds a day over at Hartman report dot com is titled the big business plot to overthrow Democrats revealed question mark. And I put it as a question mark. And I'd like to posit this to you too. You know, if you think that I'm being paranoid or spot on, I'm increasingly thinking I've nailed this, but you know, I could be wrong. I could just be a coincidence. But the bottom line is that we have ever since the Reagan revolution. We stopped enforcing our antitrust laws. And my article goes through the whole background of all that. I won't bore you with all of that. But basically, in 1982, Reagan put a guy William Miller in charge William Miller the third in charge of the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Trade Commission was created in 1915 by Woodrow Wilson to break up monopolies. This is after the trust buster Teddy Roosevelt was the first president of the 20th century. Arguably, McKinley was assassinated in 1901. So you had Teddy Roosevelt, and then he was followed by William Howard Taft, both Republicans, both progressives, and both busting up big corporations. He was followed by Woodrow Wilson, and Woodrow Wilson got the Federal Trade Commission, put in a law, created this agency. And they were busting up corporations like crazy for years and years and years. Even the Supreme Court get into the act in 1965, they prevented the merger of Kinney and buster Brown shoes because the combined company would control 5% of the shoemaker. That was too much. That was a monopoly in the minds of American regulators in 1965. Now, for example, Nike has 19% of the American shoe bargain. So what has happened as a result of this is we've got these giant corporations that essentially have no competition. Prices have historically been kept in check by competition. And we've got this horrible inflation in the United States right now. The latest report came out yesterday or the day before it was 9.1%, Europe is down to 7%, although there are local Germany is going to have a problem with inflation because of their reliance on Russian gas. But that's kind of an anomaly, but inflation is dropping in Europe. It's dropping in Asia. And in fact, the European Union is predicting 4% for next year. And we're at 9.1%, it's continuing to go up. Why is this? I mean, it seems to me like we're on the back end of the COVID demand bump. And oil prices are down. I mean, it's down to $95 a barrel the last time it was $95 a barrel gas was around three 40 a gallon at the bump. So what the hell is going on? Well, what I'm positing, what I'm suggesting, what I'm theorizing here. Is that you have these massive corporations now that have essentially no competition that control marketplaces. If you looked at airline tickets recently, for example, I've got to fly to Michigan for my brother's funeral in a couple of weeks. And it's like, wow, look at these, I mean, it's like over a $1000. And cheap coach. And it's just breathtaking. What is happening to prices? Well, why? Well, because four companies basically control the airline industry when Delta raises their prices ten buck. Oxygen united does 30 seconds later. They all monitor each other. They act as a cartel. And it's not just the airline industry. It's every major industry in America. So who runs these corporations? Multi millionaire and billionaires CEOs and boards of directors who
Bloomberg Radio New York
"william miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business flash We had a move in U.S. markets today a more consistent with aggressive fed tightening stocks cratered long-term interest rate spike in the dollar sword We had the Bloomberg dollar spot index finishing the New York session up about 9 tenths of 1% We do have a weaker yen one 30 33 Also a weaker offshore Chinese yuan 6 69 45 right now against the dollar and quite a bit of weakness in the Korean won which is off by more than 1.2% against the greenback In terms of interest rates right now we have sovereign debt trading in the Tokyo session and a ten year treasury a little below where we were in yield terms from the New York session where 3.03% a two year at two 71 Now in the equity trade we'll begin in Sydney where the ASX 200 is down more than 2% the decline is being paced by weakness in consumer discretionary and information technology install the Cosby down about 1.3% and in Tokyo as the market comes back from a three day break the nikkei is down a little more than a half of 1% We're taking another look at market action for you in 15 minutes At Baxter up next with a look at global headlines Eddie All right thank you very much Douglas Hong Kong is seeing the fastest influx of people in more than two years many fleeing the harsh containment measures on the mainland for the first three days of May 5234 came in at 575 out by air for a net of 4659 Now this is compared so that's 4659 compared to 191 net for the whole month of April China's top leaders are warning against questioning the COVID zero strategy Doctor Anthony Fauci from the outside says COVID zero does not work without proper vaccination procedures and good vaccines He says China's obviously failed Shanghai reporting over 4200 local COVID cases from May 5 Beijing reporting 72 local The new WHO report out of COVID says the true global death toll from the pandemic is about 15 million rather than the 6 million governments have reported In San Francisco Ahmed Baxter this is Bloomberg Jules Thanks Ed Let's get back to our guest Jack McIntyre's portfolio manager at brandywine global on the line for us from Philadelphia and pick up about those COVID zero policies in China because top leaders warning against questioning Xi Jinping's COVID zero strategy and the concerns about further lockdowns as well What does that mean for China's bond markets Yeah It actually makes your bum markets look even more attractive yet You've got this battle between capitals we're leaving China as well as institutional capital as well But I think China it's a headwind the zero COVID policy in the office of China has such a huge footprint on the global economy But having said that you know there's precedented in spring of 2020 Same sort of things would lock down markets are forward looking We're going to get through this You know it's going to push back the supply chain resolution you know a month or two but we're going to ultimately get through this It feels pretty gloomy here all of a sudden So I'm not sure what you want to hold but you know you've got the war in Ukraine It doesn't really seem to suggest an easy resolution What's happening in China growth slowing pretty dramatically The U.S. got the fed now tightening into a slowing economy And if you just listen to what the Bank of England said I mean it's pretty dire sounding And you think about it it's been 14 years and it looks like we're going into the third major recession Almost a depression It's something is not right And I agree I mean this is tough It's challenging and you're going into this period with equities having a huge run over the last prior two years or so But you know I'm not quite in the recession camp you know But Jack I mean it's got to be bad for bonds too if inflation is this hot right You're right I mean so that's critical because bonds the move hiring yields obviously driven by inflation is creating angst and all these other markets And the war between Russia and Ukraine you figure well that's bad for growth but it's more inflationary China's slowdown or lockdown is more inflationary because it exacerbates supply chain issues as well So we're going through a period of the pain is more on the inflation side of things and central banks are going to try and dampen demand They can't do a lot on the supply side of things So hey there were periods when cash is not a bad place to be and I get it that you know you're going to still earn a negative real return because inflation hasn't come down but we're betting that it will come down How are you playing this in the currency market I notice you're overweight the Euro We are so a couple of things I point out again and what Brian alluded to because there's a huge amount of uncertainty We've become less convicted in our version becoming less convicted and currencies So we've been buying dollars We owned a lot of commodity currencies not too long ago taking profits buying dollars but we've been actually increasing our European exposure and versus the Euro because I think the net positive out of coming out of this and I don't know exactly when is going to be some type of fiscal unification in the Eurozone Something we haven't seen I think we know globalization is taking a hit but I think regionalization is still going to be very critical and if this ultimately leads towards the Eurozone becoming more unified we obviously know in the monetary union on the fiscal union you know we know your percent of recession out there on the front lines of Russia Ukraine energy issue I think just a lot of bad news is being discounted in the Euro If we look at the political pressure the Biden administration has put on the fed Does that complicate their job a little bit Yeah so what I've been spending a lot of time thinking about and as long those lines is how going to be Paul Volcker or is he going to be Arthur burns or William Miller Those are all chairman and fans back in the 70s If it's burned or Miller then inflation is going to stick around a lot longer if it's Volcker than hey this is going to be short term pain and we'll go through a shallow recess recession If the other guys were going to be a bigger recession I think this is an environment where hey politically the fed has to show its independence What if he's just Jay Powell and forms another path What does that look like That's a good question We'll have to see how it plays out Everything I've been hearing is that hey breaking inflation is the fed's number one priority We'll have to see what happens with equities if they're down another ten 20% I actually think the fed might be okay with that because that in and of itself is a tightening of financial conditions It actually would be some wealth destruction but it might not be a bad thing in terms of helping when the war on inflation All right try and have a good weekend We thank you so much for your time Jack McIntyre portfolio manager at brandywine global on the line from Philadelphia for us here on daybreak Asia Australia's market is the lager today the Nike.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"william miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Parents are planning to visit my family which includes a flight from Illinois to Oregon And they're both in their 80s And my mom also has underlying health conditions So they received their booster vaccines a couple weeks ago I think that's a really important point when making travel plans for the holidays Especially for older people though people 18 and up can get a booster You still do get breakthrough infections though I certainly known people who've had them and you also have the odd relative or the many relatives in some cases who didn't get vaccinated So should you ask people to get tested before coming over You know a lot of infectious disease doctors tell me testing is a good idea especially if you're planning a multi generational gathering if you have as I do a mix of grandparents college kids coming home people traveling through crowded airports young kids not fully vaccinated yet Tests offer a piece of mind Steve doctor William Miller of the Ohio State university says older people especially those 80 and up even if they're vaccinated are more likely to end up seriously ill if infected So taking extra steps to protect them just makes sense I actually think that notion of using testing to be able to feel more confident that is kind of a mindset Like let's make sure everyone's negative before we get together This is especially important if you have guests who are not vaccinated and Miller says it's reasonable to not include people who are unvaccinated and won't get tested While suppose that people do agree to get a test it's possible to get a negative test and find out later you are actually positive What's the best way and when's the best way to do this The over the counter rapid antigen tests such as the binax now or in teles swab tests are reliable but they're not a 100% sensitive at picking up very early infections That's why it's best to do the test on the day of the gathering Here's Judy Guzman again People must remember that the antigen tests are a quick snapshot So a person could be negative on Monday but then positive a few days later So I usually recommend if people are going to be using a home antigen test to use it as close to the event that you're gathering with others as possible For families traveling some plan to do a test before they leave and then again a day or so later at their destination What's the advice for families with kids who are as yet not able to get vaccinated because of their age Yeah well I think for a very young children and for 5 to 11 year olds there's kind of this limbo state because there are many of them are partially vaccinated So doctor Emily Landon of the University of Chicago says people should take precautions based on the risks of the people they're gathering with such as what is the age and health of grandparents of grandparents are in the picture I think this depends a little bit on the situation of grandma Grandma is a spry young 70 year old woman who has no medical problems that has two dose of vaccines and booster You know I don't think these kids are gonna pose a ton of risk As long as kids have been masking at school and during travel and limiting their risks Someone out listening is really appreciating that description of a spry young 70s That's right But what if someone's a little bit older maybe a little bit less spry You know if your group includes people at high risk for a bad outcome from COVID you know people in the 80s or 90s you may want to consider more measures to protect them Here's doctor Landon again Additional layers might mean they should maybe wear a mask around grandma Maybe you should have as much of the gathering outside as possible Maybe you choose to not sleep over at grandma's house that just come to grandma's house during the day for the big event And drive home or sleep in a hotel or at a friend's to sort of limit.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"william miller" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. It's Wednesday inside the beltway and I'm joined by Brian wesbury a first dress portfolio our favorite economist. Good morning, Brian, how are you? Hey, Q I am well. I'm in hillsdale, Michigan today. A wonderful. Are you talking to the undergraduates at hilltown college? No, I actually, they have their CCA support time of year, meeting of supporters, interested citizens, donors and students. So I was the they had speakers over a three day period and I closed it out with that talking about the alternative to the great reset. Oh, very good. I look forward to watching that. I'm sure they'll post it at hillsdale dot EDU. Brian I have one question for you this morning. We passed an additional half $1 trillion in spending this week. A half billion, a half trillion had already been spent, and then we repurposed half giants, so it's a $1 trillion of more spending. But the ten year treasury dropped down to 1.432%. Why? Yeah, you know what Hughes actually the reason that's what you asked. It wasn't the spending. It was all about the fact that The White House is interviewing a brainard to take the place of Jay Powell Jerome Powell as the Federal Reserve board chairman. What's interesting about inflation, which we all know is here and getting worse is that initially when the fed causes that by holding interest rates down, you get fooled. It's sort of like if you have a car accident and they give you morphine, you don't really know how badly you're hurt. And this is what happens when the Federal Reserve holds in holds interest rates down artificially. And so if they take power out and put in a new chairman and we have more resignations, which we've already had a couple of people who are willing to raise interest rates, then the fed is going to hold rates lower longer, which means the bond market rallies. And that's exactly what we saw. Everybody is saying, oh, that is never going to take monetary policy. We all know they have to eventually, but if they stretch it out, the longer they stretch it out, the lower they hold interest rates for a longer period of time. Do you remember William Miller, the Secretary of the Treasury, I believe under Jimmy Carter? Yeah. It didn't he do the same thing that eventually had to be reversed by Volker, which is ignore the reality of printing money. Yeah, absolutely. Arthur burns. And what we did is we actually went back and this is very, very well documented that Richard Nixon leaned on the fed politically and the Federal Reserve is supposed to be independent of the political of the Congress of The White House of any political influence. And yet we know over time that there are periods where it wasn't. And one of those was 1970s. And I hear what I believe. I believe the minute Jerome Powell is the current chairman, gave a speech and said it is time to stop buying so many bonds and eventually we're going to have to raise interest rates. I thought he scientists warrant at that point. And so it's not surprising to see The White House interviewing other people. We talk about the fed as being hawkish. They're willing to raise rates or dovish, they're willing to keep rates lower even lower them. And the fed is turning more dovish. And so when do they have to make a decision by on the fed chairman? Jerome Powell's term ends in January. Usually by now, usually you would have had somebody named and then they have to face Senate confirmation. So they have to nominate somebody and then they have to be voted through the Senate, I don't see why anybody on the list right now would have a hard time getting through. There might be something in the background or who knows what. But what's the bottom line if they tos out? If they toss that Powell and we go to empty money, what does that do to the market? I mean, that's not just keep the inflationary spiral. I remember you in Atlanta saying, don't tell your stocks for ten months. Does that become two years? Well, it might be. The interest rate is the discount rate. The higher it is, the less future earnings are worth. So the fed by artificially holding down rates, they're going to cause this problems by giving us inflation, but in the near term, they're going to prop up the value of assets and as a result, the stock market as well. Wow. I bet there will be a hangover. They're always his brother. Right? Yeah, this is like using morphine after a car accident. It just and then some people get addicted. And that's how you end up with stagflation. Because they've never tightened and it goes on for a decade. And so this is, I mean, monetary policy isn't that hard. Just stop hitting money. And there's always a bill that has to be picked up usually by the last person in the bar or the restaurant, which would be the American taxpayer. Brian westbury follow him on Twitter at westbury. Thank you, follow me to our number three America Al mohler, president of the southern theological seminary joins.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"william miller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"300 people were treated at a field hospital set up near the festival The deadlock in Congress over a $1.2 trillion infrastructure spending package is over After months of debate and division among Democrats house lawmakers approved the measure during a late Friday night vote the bill includes over $550 billion in new funding for U.S. infrastructure including bridges roads airports and better broadband access It's already passed the Senate It now heads to President Biden's desk 11 states are now assuming the Biden administration to block its new COVID-19 vaccine mandate Under the federal guidelines workers have to be vaccinated or be tested weekly for COVID-19 Companies with at least a hundred workers have until January 4th to comply 5 private employers joined the suit filed Friday morning and the nation's remembering the late colon Powell the four star general eulogized at a memorial service at Washington's national cathedral yesterday COVID-19 claimed Paul's life at the age of 84 His son Michael challenged those in attendance including presidents of both parties I've heard it asked Are we still making his kind I believe the answer to that question is up to us Paul served as the first black Secretary of State as well as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff I'm Scott Carr A 16 year old boy who's been charged in the murder of a high school Spanish teacher in Iowa reportedly admitting now that he helped conceal her death Iowa court documents show William Miller's admitted to police He was there at the park where the teacher was killed and then he held cover up the crime The body of noema graber was found under a tarp at a park in Fairfield Iowa Tuesday Climate activist Greta Thunberg says the international climate summit happening in Scotland has so far turned out to be the same old same old when it comes to nations actually taking action on climate change A two week long celebration of business as usual and the blog Math Matheson has more Thunberg called it a failure She added it morphed into a public relations event when in reality countries aren't taking real action to address the climate crisis World leaders including President Biden spoke at the summit designed to get countries around the world to address climate change The mother of a Chicago girl who was killed in a McDonald's drive-through once an apology from the head of the burger chain McDonald's CEO Chris kempczinski reportedly exchanged text messages with Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot about the death of 7 year old Jasmine Adams who was killed by gunfire at a Chicago McDonald's last April In one of his messages Kemp chinsky claimed the girl's parents had failed her The girl's mother says he has no idea what it's like to live in her neighborhood and owes her an apology Officials at New Jersey's montclair public library say it's a good thing They're fine free at least for one patron after the return of paddington abroad this week The book was due back in 1978 and rapper fetty.
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"william miller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Been speaking out. But yesterday they issued a desperate plea through their lawyer directed at the parents living in the house behind me were writing this letter to ask you to help find our daughter. We believe you know the location of where Brian left, Gabby We beg you to tell us Turbulence for United Airlines, a system that has got it all flights for a short time this morning, the United says they're flying again. America's listening to Fox News Staying connected continues with 161 FM talk flattening of the wave of covid related hospitalizations attributed to the delta variant continues. It peaked just above 3800. Now it's about 3600. The same trend holds true in the ICUs, where numbers hovered above 900 since the end of August. A cold case may have been solved in the death of a UNC student, Chapel Hill police announced Thursday. The 28 year old McGill Oliveras of Durham was apprehended by FBI agents and charged with first degree murder of the UNC student back in September of 2012 will continue to work this case until every lead has been extinguished. And any parties that have a role in or knowledge of this tragedy are brought to justice that was assistant police chief solicit to you. Oliver's is being held at the Durham County Detention Center without Bond authorities also say they're still investigating and that the case is not closed. I Mitch Evans new details in the fatal shooting of a student in Winston Salem for South County D. A. Jim O'Neill says 15 year old Maurice Evans had a long standing dispute with the victim. Evans is accused of shooting 15 year old William Miller, September 1st on campus. Miller later died at the hospital. Evans has been charged with murder and will likely be tried as an adult. A fake sheriff's deputy busted in Wake County 24 year old Grant Hall was arrested Thursday is charged with Impersonating a law enforcement officer. Authorities say he'd been driving a Ford Crown Vic outfitted with blue lights and decals. College football action continues with a full slate of home games Week. Three. Action gets underway tomorrow afternoon to know Wake Forest gets it started. They welcome Florida State. That's followed by Duke. Their home against Northwestern in two more at night in C State takes on Furman, while North Carolina's up against Virginia. Both games 77 30 kickoff. With continuing news updates on Kyle Wilson. Mostly cloudy skies for us today, although we could see a few peeks of sun through the afternoon. Slight chance for a shower.
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"Have agreed to block its access to Afghanistan's reserves, most of which are held in the U. S. But experts say leverage that leverage could be lost if China and Russia give them funding. The State Department has issued a statement regarding the provisional government set up in Afghanistan, saying it's concerned about what it called the affiliations and track record of some of the people named to fill top spots. The new prime minister is on the U. N terror Watch list while the interior minister is the leader of the Haqqani terror group. Suspected of holding an American contractor captive Since January of 2020, a powerful 7.0 earthquake has struck in southwest Mexico, shaking buildings in Mexico City nearly 200 miles away. America is listening to Fox News. Staying connected continues with 161 FM talk. There's concerning news from the latest childcare in K through 12 Coronavirus Cluster report As HHS says there was a 71% increase in the past week, The agency revealed that there were 125 in schools and 36 childcare settings last week. Meanwhile, the nation as a whole is facing a covid surge that shows hundreds of thousands of American Children now testing positive for the disease every week, according to The latest weekly report from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association. There were close to 252,000 child coronavirus infections last week, marking the single largest number of pediatric cases in a week. Since the pandemic began, more than five million Children have tested positive for the virus overall with more than 750,000 of those confirmed to have come in the last month alone. Students returned to Mount Tabor High School today, a little less than a week after a deadly shooting their 15 year old William Miller Jr was shot to death by a fellow student on campus last Wednesday afternoon. On Monday, parents and students spend time at the school, making inspirational signs and taping gold and blue hearts to lockers. Forsyth County sheriffs were at the school today to provide additional support in ensuring that everyone felt safe and potentially not owning a home is worrying many renters. Michael Kastner report. A recent survey from LendingTree found 48% of those who render concerned about not being able to purchase a new home. That's especially true for Millennials and Generation X, who spanned the ages of 25 to 55 years old 55% of Gen Xers and 52% of Millennials are worried their lives won't include home ownership. Just over 2000. People took part in the survey that does it for now, I Mitch ovens. Keep being really handy. The next 24.
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"william miller" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Latest childcare in K through 12 Coronavirus Cluster report As HHS says there was a 71% increase in the past week, The agency revealed that there were 125 in schools in 36 childcare settings last week. Meanwhile, the nation as a whole is facing a covid surge that shows hundreds of thousands of American Children now testing positive for the disease every week. According to the latest weekly report from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association. There were close to 252,000 child coronavirus infections last week, marking the single largest number of pediatric cases in a week since the pandemic began. More than five million Children have tested positive for the virus. Overall, with more than 750,000 of those confirmed to have come in the last month alone, students returned to Mount Tabor High School today, a little less than a week after a deadly shooting there. 15 year old William Miller Jr was shot to death by a fellow student on campus last Wednesday afternoon. On Monday, parents and students spend time at the school, making inspirational signs and taping golden blue hearts to lockers. Forsyth County sheriffs were at the school today to provide additional support in ensuring that everyone felt safe and potentially not owning a home is worrying many renters. Michael Kastner report. A recent survey from LendingTree found 48% of those who render concerned about not being able to purchase a new home. That's especially true for Millennials and Generation X, who spanned the ages of 25 to 55 years old 55% of Gen Xers and 52% of Millennials are worried their lives won't include home ownership just over 2000. People took part in the survey. That does it For now. I'm the Germans. Keep them really handy. The next 24.
"william miller" Discussed on Cults
"In eighteen eighteen thirty six year. Old william miller emerged from two years of private bible study with a strong faith in god he had previously excoriated. The bible for its inconsistencies. Now he completely reversed his view. Saying i wondered why i had not seen its beauty and glory before and marvelled that i could ever have rejected it. But william also came away with the startling realization after scrutinizing bible passages over and over. He believed that he unearths clues that pointed to the coming apocalypse. His ideas weren't really outlandish. Considering the text drawn from the book of revelation and the book of daniel are apocalyptic so any christian who took the bible literally would likely agree with william that the world must eventually come to an end but for william. this wasn't a distant eventuality. Apparently and his deep dive into the bible he had come up with a unique set of logical rules which he applied to the taxed based on these findings. William came to understand that jesus would return to earth on or before eighteen. Forty three calculus appeared fairly convoluted it. Involved a detailed analysis of the prophecies in the book of daniel in one of daniel's versus the author describes an instance where daniela's struck with a vision of a sanctuary being cleansed down new predicted that this cleansing would occur twenty three hundred days from the date of the vision. William believed the cleansing of the sanctuary to be a metaphor for the second coming of jesus and the end of the world thus the apocalypse would occur at the end of these twenty three hundred days written in the second century bc e the twenty three hundred days after the vision of the book of daniel had long since passed. Even so william wasn't dissuaded from the prophecy using a definition he found in the book of numbers. William decided that in the bible the term day did not mean twenty four hours instead it referred to a year thus the apocalypse would occur. Twenty three hundred years from the date of daniel's vision william venues various references from the tax to settle on the date of daniel's fishing. He determined that it had occurred in the year. Four fifty seven bc once he decided on this date and added twenty three hundred years to it. It became clear the apocalypse to pass in the year. Eighteen forty three amir twenty five years away. Being a skeptic. William didn't immediately trust his interpretation however the more he flushed out. The chronology laid out in daniel's prophecies the more he became convinced that this biblical timeline matched historical real world events by williams analysis. The bible predicted the rise and fall of the roman empire the papacy and even the rise of napoleon and the french revolutionary war hundreds of years before the happened undoubtedly william used circular logic and ex post facto reasoning to make everything fit into his plan. Still at the time. He couldn't see that he thought he'd put together the pieces of an elaborate puzzle. Psychologists call this way of thinking illusory pattern perception of phenomenon that occurs because human brains are wired to notice patterns. Sometimes even where none exist. Dr yan willem von provia an associate professor in social psychology at riot university tight amsterdam discussed this in an interview. On the canadian science news radio show quirks and quarks dr von prior said our brains natural tendency to seek patterns gets amplified. When we're fearful and feel like we don't have control over situations we might start to see illusory patterns or connections that aren't there williams conversion to christianity had changed his life and his entire worldview. He'd been a skeptic for so long he seemed desperate to find something that would validate his newfound faith. The pattern he discovered in the bible was his validation. Even so williams still had some doubts about his conclusions and he seemed afraid people would think he'd lost his sanity so he didn't rush out to share the news of the apocalypse with the world. He waited four years to write his predictions down in eighteen. Twenty two the forty year old drafted a twenty point statement of his beliefs most of them aligned with traditional baptist theology except for one as the fifteenth. Point william. rhodes. I believe that. The second coming of jesus christ is near even at the door even within twenty one years on or before eighteen forty three for the time being william felt content just writing down his theory he didn't want to seek out any publicity or attention for them however overtime his conscience began to nag at him. If he was correct he had a duty to warn. The rest of the world center should at least have the opportunity to repent before. Jesus came down to judge them but williams still seem to afraid he knew that his warning wouldn't be a welcome message for many. He didn't want to be criticized. Or mocked william had a good life as a successful farmer in the eighteen twenties. He also dabbled in local politics again. At various points he served as the low hampton school. Trustee the town supervisor and justice of the peace as an important enough local figure. William dined with the revolutionary war. Hero the marquee. Lafayette when the french aristocrat toured the united states in eighteen. Twenty five forty three year. Old william wasn't necessarily the kind of man people would expect to start spouting off strange theories. He didn't wanna have a good reputation marred by any controversy so he stayed quiet even as it became more certain that millions of souls were facing. Judgement william grappled with guilt over his inaction for years he later wrote. It was continually ringing in my ears. Go and tell the world of their danger if thou dost not speak to warn the wicked from his way that wicked man shall die in his inequity in twenty six. He experienced a vivid dream in which he traveled an arduous path across a bleak landscape. Their various threats and terrors accosted him but he fought them off. He kept going until he came upon a large house when he went inside. He found a flight of stairs. He traveled up them until he reached a room filled with pure light brighter than the sun. He felt overwhelmed. By the sense of god's presence he looked around and saw that many of his friends and neighbors had joined him they were all in a state of bliss. William understood the dream to mean that he stood on the right path and that god would surely bless him if he kept to it he also understood that his loved ones would receive the same blessing if they followed him that same path. The dream assured william his prophecy while he's still lacked the confidence to start spreading the message to the world. He did begin sharing his theories with a few close associates in particular he targeted relatives who souls he feared for the most like his younger sister anna and her husband joseph in eighteen thirty one william wrote a striking letter to her after learning that she and her husband joseph had converted to universalism a belief within many christian denominations universalism preach that god saved everyone because he loved his children too much to punish them with damnation. William apparently did not think highly of this faith because it ignored the biblical doctrine focused on repentance. If god saved everyone william thought it made atonement moot in. His view damnation wasn't cruelty. It served justice. In his letter to anna. William came right out and told them that they would be part of the wicked to be burnt up by jesus's purifying fire during the apocalypse unless.
"william miller" Discussed on Cults
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"william miller" Discussed on Cults
"Constantly searching for meaning in a world that often seemed cold and empty to him. William miller struggled with feelings of melancholy on and off for years desperate to believe his life had a purpose he eventually found it late in life but it was far different from anything. He imagined in his youth born on february fifteenth. Seventeen eighty two william miller. The third was the oldest of sixteen children. Born to william miller the second a war veteran and his wife paulina. At the time of young william's birth the family lived on a farm in pittsfield massachusetts it was tumultuous time not just because of the violence are the revolutionary war but because of the economic depression that set in during the conflicts final years in the seventeen eighty s. The massachusetts state government responded to the financial crisis by raising existing taxes and instating new ones. The government then began commandeering the property of anyone who couldn't pay their debts families like the millers. Were just finishing up a war against the british over abusive taxes. They had no intention of letting their new government push them around and they were perfectly willing to rebel against massachusetts authorities in seventeen eighty two. The elder william participated in a violent attack against a law enforcement official. It began when he and his neighbors tried to prevent a deputy sheriff from confiscating an from a farmer who hadn't paid his debts as david l. row writes in his book. God strange work. William miller and the end of the world the mob attack the sheriff with knives and clubs they successfully drove the sheriff away but william ultimately paid the price authorities later arrested him for the crime and sentenced him to pay a forty shilling fine the following year. He faced arrest a second time for participating in a riot. The second arrests came with a larger sum of twenty pounds. The penalty proved difficult for a family. Hardly making ends meet records. Show that william likely had to sell off his property to pay the amount and the experience may have had a profound effect on young william. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks greg. Research consistently shows that financial stress can negatively affected individuals physical and mental health. A two thousand ten study published in the american journal of public health concluded as much. The study led by public health expert. Jake m nausea stated that family poverty predicts higher rates of adolescent and young adult anxiety and depression repeated experiences of poverty. Over a child's early life course are associated with increased levels of poor mental health. A separate study conducted by child psychologist. Gary evans reached similar. Conclusions evans explained that poverty causes chronic stress in children which can affect cognitive development and alter how the brain processes memories and regulates moods eventually after selling their land. The millers decided to leave the turbulence of late eighteenth century massachusetts in seventeen eighty six. When the younger william was four years old. His parents moved north to less developed territory in new york which came to be known as low hampton. They couldn't afford to purchase new land outright but they leased one hundred acres near the border of vermont. much of william's childhood was full of labor. From an early age he helped plow fields harvest wheat tap trees and instruct his younger siblings on their farm duties will formally educated his mother. Paulina sought to his instruction as the daughter of a baptist preacher. She made sure that the bible was essential component of williams upbringing. William seemed highly receptive paulina's teachings. He later said that he spent a great deal of time worrying about the welfare of his soul. He worried that he wasn't doing enough to please. God especially because he had inherited his father's rebellious streak and he sometimes had trouble following the biblical commandment to obey his parents. While not exactly a troublemaker. William had interest other than farming as a teenager. He became an avid reader. Devouring the stories of action and adventure like the castaway tale of robinson crusoe. William often stayed up late into the night to finish these books reading by the light of the living room fireplace. His leisure activity became a source of tension between william his parents. They wanted to make sure he got a good night's sleep so he could be up early for his chores. His father eventually banned him from reading at night. Giving william a strict bedtime. William wouldn't stand for it. He simply ignored his father's rule even when his father threatened to horse. Whip him after. He refused to go to bed. The older william apparently flummoxed at his son's defiance eventually gave him his parents realized he was becoming a young man with a mind of his own once they came to terms with this they stopped discouraging him and instead decided to build an addition to their house so that the younger william could have a room of his own there. He read by candlelight for as long as he wanted in the privacy of his own space without bothering his many younger siblings william also dabbled in writing. He became known for his eloquence on the page and the impressed his friends with his excellent communication skills when they wanted their letters to sound extra fancy they brought them to williams so he could improve them along with crafting letters and poetry william also wrote in his diary by the time he turned nineteen. His entries revealed his burgeoning interest in women and one in particular lucie smith. Lucy live just across the state border in the town of pulled me vermont. William didn't record how they met however once they were acquainted they seem to see a lot of each other. Despite living several miles apart beginning eighteen one williams sprinkled his diary with references to their regular meetings. He visited her and pulteney and she came to him in low hampden eventually. His diary entries became more infrequent. William didn't have as much time to write. He had lucy to occupy his attention in eighteen. O three twenty one year old william wrote that he and lucy were engaged to be married after which he stopped writing in his diary altogether it appeared as if he was symbolically closing a chapter of his life. As soon as the couple wed william moved away from. Low hampton apparently eager to leave his old world behind over the next few years. There are no records of william ever returning home even for a visit. He moved to pull me near lucy's family and fully embraced his new role as a husband. Within two years they welcomed a son. Also named william and they went on to have nine more children but williams journey from childhood to adulthood wasn't the only significant shift in his world. He didn't yet know it. But william had set out on a path to a spiritual conversion.
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"william miller" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"You just need the pretend percent down you borrowed the rest from the bank of from the brokers loan and that's been cut down to about fifty per set now but it is now possible courses. We both know to purchase crypto currencies on close to ninety nine percent leverage. One final note about this episode before we move onto another one as you mentioned charles mci and his book that came out in eighteen. Forty one so you think he would have been right on top of this. As a bubble he was riding then he was an editor but actually he didn't recognize it as a bubble at the time. If at any point afterwards yeah at the time. He was the editor of the glasgow argus which was a big newspaper in in scotland. And what he did was he published leaders off from other newspapers and so he he basically presented both sides of the arms were people who are skeptical but there were also busiest and he came down on the side of the enthusiasts sir. Yes they look like a bubble but this is a revolutionary technology that can't be ignored which is of course comes comes generations Before the famous temples and comment that the foremost boards the english language. Are this time. it's different the up all right. So let's move onto a second episode. He one of the principals who discuss in the book is bad is more compelling than good it brings us to what is now known. As the great disappointment a seemingly unassuming man from new york named william miller tell us about him and how he convinced tens of thousands of people that the world was going to end in the mid eighteen. Hundreds miller was an interesting guy. Started out life as we would call him today at eighty s dos. Back in the day he was called day Which is a slightly different but still rather skeptical belief system and he undergoes a transformative experience during the war of eighteen twelve which unbelievably widely a battle in which a small force of largely irregular. American troops defeated a much larger force of battle-hardened british troops. Thought it was. You know the only way to explain it..
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"william miller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"william miller" Discussed on WTOP
"Which I mean and bending the rules for their own benefit. Still, no stimulus checks for many is David Winter reports from Cincinnati. Giulio Barber is without a job without a home and without a check, really use it right now laid off come in yet no and became yet William Miller is not his destitute. I'm just waiting for it to drop in. A few people around me has gotten it. I haven't but he could still use the money up on groceries to me like the economy. Just keep that money. Lawmakers from both parties voted to override President Trump's veto of that defense bill analyst Larry Sabako. This is actually quite significant, even though it's coming at the very end of Trump's term, Trump has had a stranglehold on the Republican members of both the House and the Senate. On Lee. A handful have ever really crossed him and major votes. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O. P s. It's Saturday January 2nd 2021 37 degrees. Rain is going away highs around 60 today. Good morning. I'm Nick I Nellie the top local stories. We're following this hour of Virginia State senator who tested positive for the Corona virus has tied Virginia State Senator Ben Chaff and died on Friday after spending two weeks in a Richmond hospital with covert 19. He was 60 years old. Chafin was a farmer and lawyer from Russell County, Virginia, in the southwest corner, the Republican service first in the House of delegates and then the state Senate representing a district along the Virgin. Kentucky border since 2014 the state GOP calls Chafin, a man of civility committed to serving his fellow man. Senate Democrats lauded him is a passionate leader who served with compassion. Governor Ralph Northam has ordered flags to be flown at half staff until chaff and is buried. John Doman w T. O P knew the list of Democrats running for governor in Virginia just got longer Virginia delegate lead. Carter, who represents the city of Manassas and part of Prince William County, is the only democratic socialist in the gym. Rural assembly. Here's a bit of his campaign announcement video. It's no secret that Virginia.