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Millionærklubben
Svesken på disken - Nu kommer bølgen af regnskaber

Millionærklubben

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 55:03


Hvilke aktier skal du købe i regnskabssæsonen? Det svarer NewDeal invests Mads Christiansen og Sydbanks aktieanalysechef Jacob Pedersen på i mandagens udgave af Millionærklubben. Og så afslører Lau Svenssen hans seneste tre nye aktiekøb. Vært: Sara Sjølin  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Urban X Podcast
228: "52 Blocks," Kyrie Irving speaks, Joe Rogan, Rory and Mal sign new deal

Urban X Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 100:18


The #1 Father and Son Podcast!      The Black Dot and Malcom discuss the news about Kyrie Irving and him being banned from the team, Joe Rogan goes off on the CNN doctor, Rory and Mal sign a new podcast deal after being fired from the Joe Budden Podcast...and more! Check it out! Join the membership: https://www.urbanx.nyc Subscribe to the email list to get live notifications and show updates:  https://www.urbanx.nyc/subscribe

The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Steve's New Deal, Happy Birthday Carla, La La, Conditional Million and more.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 104:58


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New Books Network
Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome, "Marxism and America: New Appraisals" (Manchester UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 72:10


If the United States has been so hostile to Marxism, what accounts for Marxism's recurrent attractiveness to certain Americans? Marxism and America: New Appraisals (Manchester University Press, 2021) sheds new light on that question in essays engaging sexuality, gender, race, nationalism, class, memory, and much more, from the Civil War era through to 21st century cultures of activism. This book is an invaluable resource for historians and theorists of US political struggle. I was joined for this interview by editors Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome (both University of Nottingham), and contributors Mara Keire (Oxford University) and Andrew Hartman (Illinois State University).  We discussed the impetus behind the book and its broader scholarly context, before turning to Mara's chapter ("Class, commodity, consumption: theorizing sexual violence during the feminist sex wars of the 1980s") and finally Andrew's chapter ("Rethinking Karl Marx: American liberalism from the New Deal to the Cold War"). We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we enjoyed recording it! Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security, subjectivity and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office; she has previously published on US Africa Command and the 2013-16 Ebola epidemic. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome, "Marxism and America: New Appraisals" (Manchester UP, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 72:10


If the United States has been so hostile to Marxism, what accounts for Marxism's recurrent attractiveness to certain Americans? Marxism and America: New Appraisals (Manchester University Press, 2021) sheds new light on that question in essays engaging sexuality, gender, race, nationalism, class, memory, and much more, from the Civil War era through to 21st century cultures of activism. This book is an invaluable resource for historians and theorists of US political struggle. I was joined for this interview by editors Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome (both University of Nottingham), and contributors Mara Keire (Oxford University) and Andrew Hartman (Illinois State University).  We discussed the impetus behind the book and its broader scholarly context, before turning to Mara's chapter ("Class, commodity, consumption: theorizing sexual violence during the feminist sex wars of the 1980s") and finally Andrew's chapter ("Rethinking Karl Marx: American liberalism from the New Deal to the Cold War"). We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we enjoyed recording it! Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security, subjectivity and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office; she has previously published on US Africa Command and the 2013-16 Ebola epidemic. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome, "Marxism and America: New Appraisals" (Manchester UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 72:10


If the United States has been so hostile to Marxism, what accounts for Marxism's recurrent attractiveness to certain Americans? Marxism and America: New Appraisals (Manchester University Press, 2021) sheds new light on that question in essays engaging sexuality, gender, race, nationalism, class, memory, and much more, from the Civil War era through to 21st century cultures of activism. This book is an invaluable resource for historians and theorists of US political struggle. I was joined for this interview by editors Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome (both University of Nottingham), and contributors Mara Keire (Oxford University) and Andrew Hartman (Illinois State University).  We discussed the impetus behind the book and its broader scholarly context, before turning to Mara's chapter ("Class, commodity, consumption: theorizing sexual violence during the feminist sex wars of the 1980s") and finally Andrew's chapter ("Rethinking Karl Marx: American liberalism from the New Deal to the Cold War"). We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we enjoyed recording it! Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security, subjectivity and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office; she has previously published on US Africa Command and the 2013-16 Ebola epidemic. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Intellectual History
Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome, "Marxism and America: New Appraisals" (Manchester UP, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 72:10


If the United States has been so hostile to Marxism, what accounts for Marxism's recurrent attractiveness to certain Americans? Marxism and America: New Appraisals (Manchester University Press, 2021) sheds new light on that question in essays engaging sexuality, gender, race, nationalism, class, memory, and much more, from the Civil War era through to 21st century cultures of activism. This book is an invaluable resource for historians and theorists of US political struggle. I was joined for this interview by editors Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome (both University of Nottingham), and contributors Mara Keire (Oxford University) and Andrew Hartman (Illinois State University).  We discussed the impetus behind the book and its broader scholarly context, before turning to Mara's chapter ("Class, commodity, consumption: theorizing sexual violence during the feminist sex wars of the 1980s") and finally Andrew's chapter ("Rethinking Karl Marx: American liberalism from the New Deal to the Cold War"). We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we enjoyed recording it! Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security, subjectivity and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office; she has previously published on US Africa Command and the 2013-16 Ebola epidemic. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Gender Studies
Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome, "Marxism and America: New Appraisals" (Manchester UP, 2021)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 72:10


If the United States has been so hostile to Marxism, what accounts for Marxism's recurrent attractiveness to certain Americans? Marxism and America: New Appraisals (Manchester University Press, 2021) sheds new light on that question in essays engaging sexuality, gender, race, nationalism, class, memory, and much more, from the Civil War era through to 21st century cultures of activism. This book is an invaluable resource for historians and theorists of US political struggle. I was joined for this interview by editors Christopher Phelps and Robin Vandome (both University of Nottingham), and contributors Mara Keire (Oxford University) and Andrew Hartman (Illinois State University).  We discussed the impetus behind the book and its broader scholarly context, before turning to Mara's chapter ("Class, commodity, consumption: theorizing sexual violence during the feminist sex wars of the 1980s") and finally Andrew's chapter ("Rethinking Karl Marx: American liberalism from the New Deal to the Cold War"). We hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we enjoyed recording it! Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London, researching security, subjectivity and mobility in the 20-21st century United States. Her current work concerns the US Passport Office; she has previously published on US Africa Command and the 2013-16 Ebola epidemic. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

The Impossible Network
The Inspirational Voice and Mindset of Michael McElroy

The Impossible Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 51:05


This week's guest Michael McElroy is an actor, singer, musical director, educator, and founder of the Tony award-winning Broadway Inspirational Voices, the multi-racial gospel choir, 'united in changing lives through the power of music and service.'' In this shorter than normal interview, Michael explains how being immersed in the fusion of gospel music, musical theatre, and R&B as a child developed his love and appreciation of music. He also discusses how his Grandmother instilled in him a lifelong commitment to service and giving back. Although acutely aware of racism, Michael felt insulted; being surrounded by black excellence helped him develop a personal sense of limitless possibilities for anything if prepared to invest in the work. Michael discusses his journey through education, developing his sense of identity, and how he resolved to overcome the barriers he encountered, to reinforce his self-belief, and conviction to succeed. We discuss how serendipity played a pivotal part in landing his first Broadway role in Miss Saigon. Michael explains what led him to create the social impact organization, Broadway Inspirational Voices, to create an impact and welcoming space that has evolved over 25 years to become a platform where artists change lives through the power of music. Michael also discusses how he and his fellow artists responded to the pandemic's lockdown and the murders of George Floyd and other victims of race crimes by creating virtual outreach programs for Broadway inspirational Voices and Covenant House. Michael discusses how Broadway has been responding to the last eighteen months, addressing its institutional inequities to become more inclusive, diverse, and accessible by embracing New Deal proposed through Musicians United For Social Equity and Black Theatre United. Finally, Michael describes the steps he is taking to empower faculty and students in DE&I and create systemic change through his new role as Chair at the University of Michigan's Department of Musical Theatre. Thanks to Tom Kitt for the connection. Social LinksWikipedia Instagram Show Links BIV - About Michael Carnegie MellonMiss Saigon Broadway Inspirational Voices Broadway CaresEquity Fights Aids Covenant House Musicians United for Social Equity Black Theatre UnitedSummer of SoulSchele Williams See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

OverDrive
Mike Johnson on whether Matthews plays opening night, Barkov's new deal & Steve Yzerman

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 19:59


TSN Hockey Analyst Mike Johnson joined OverDrive today to talk to the guys about the chances of Auston Matthews playing opening night, and if the team can match their sucess in the regular season to the playoffs. Also, what other teams in the Eastern Conference can take down Tampa.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Glenn Show: The Case against “The Case for Reparations” (Glenn Loury & David Kaiser)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


The post-Vietnam reevaluation of the Cold War … David: Academic historians largely have abandoned the idea of objective truth … Were black people really excluded from the New Deal? … The fortunes of black veterans after WWII … Why redlining doesn’t tell the whole story about the racial wealth gap … Why the Chicago Defender […]

Bloggingheads.tv
The Case against "The Case for Reparations" (Glenn Loury & David Kaiser)

Bloggingheads.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 60:00


The post-Vietnam reevaluation of the Cold War ... David: Academic historians largely have abandoned the idea of objective truth ... Were black people really excluded from the New Deal? ... The fortunes of black veterans after WWII ... Why redlining doesn't tell the whole story about the racial wealth gap ... Why the Chicago Defender endorsed FDR in 1940 ...

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show
The Case against "The Case for Reparations" (Glenn Loury & David Kaiser)

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 60:00


The post-Vietnam reevaluation of the Cold War ... David: Academic historians largely have abandoned the idea of objective truth ... Were black people really excluded from the New Deal? ... The fortunes of black veterans after WWII ... Why redlining doesn't tell the whole story about the racial wealth gap ... Why the Chicago Defender endorsed FDR in 1940 ...

Revolutions Per Minute - Radio from the New York City Democratic Socialists of America
A New Deal for CUNY: A Collective Demonstration of Union Power

Revolutions Per Minute - Radio from the New York City Democratic Socialists of America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 57:58


A strike wave is spreading across the United States. Thousands of nurses, carpenters, miners, factory workers, teachers and other workers are taking a stand against the big shots who steal the fruits of our labor. Unionization drives of academic, healthcare, and media workers have brought tens of thousands of new brothers and sisters into the organized labor movement. 60,000 IATSE film workers have authorized a sector strike in the entertainment industry as the hundreds of thousands of members in entertainment unions like SAG, WGA, and the DGA alongside the Democratic Socialists of America have committed to standing in solidarity. Has labor begun to turn the tide against capital in the United States? While Red for Ed and higher education unions across the country have launched major strikes of hundreds of thousands of workers united with their students over the past three years, the public sector stasis has yet to be broken in the heart of American social democracy. DSA members and other socialist labor organizers are preparing to bring the education strike wave to New York City. A huge coalition is building for the New Deal for CUNY. PSC, NYC-DSA, and YDSA organizers at CUNY campuses are uniting for a plan that will pay academic workers a living wage and make CUNY tuition free. As a historian and union worker and organizers at CUNY this fight is personal to me. NYC-DSA Assemblywoman Phara Souffrant Forrest spoke with us at NYC-DSA convention about the New Deal for CUNY and a potential political strike to make that happen. We'll also talk with my comrades in PSC and hear from YDSA organizers.

History Unplugged Podcast
Electric City: Ford and Edison's Vision of Creating a Steampunk Utopia

History Unplugged Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 56:35


During the roaring twenties, two of the most revered and influential men in American business proposed to transform one of the country's poorest regions into a dream technological metropolis, a shining paradise of small farms, giant factories, and sparkling laboratories. Henry Ford and Thomas Edison's “Detroit of the South” would be ten times the size of Manhattan, powered by renewable energy, and free of air pollution. And it would reshape American society, introducing mass commuting by car, use a new kind of currency called “energy dollars,” and have the added benefit (from Ford and Edison's view) of crippling the growth of socialism.New cities – St. Petersburg; Ankara; Nev-Sehir; Cancún; Acapulco; Huatulco; Norilsk; Vladivostok; Fritz Lang's MetropolisThe whole audacious scheme almost came off, with Southerners rallying to support what became known as the Ford Plan. But while some saw it as a way to conjure the future and reinvent the South, others saw it as one of the biggest land swindles of all time. They were all true.To tell the story of this audacious plan is Thomas Hager, author of the new book “Electric City: The Lost History of Ford and Edison's American Utopia. He offers a fresh look at the lives of the two men who almost saw the project to fruition, the forces that came to oppose them, and what rose in its stead: a new kind of public corporation called the Tennessee Valley Authority, one of the greatest achievements of the New Deal.

Political Economy Forum
#59 - Free Enterprise: From New Deal Opposition to Proclaimed Common Sense - w/ Lawrence Glickman

Political Economy Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 42:22


Prof. Lawrence Glickman of Cornell University speaks to Nicolas Wittstock about the history and impact of the idea of "Free Enterprise" on American Politics. While Free Enterprise has attained the status of common sense, Prof. Glickman traces the origins of the term and showcases the significant changes in meaning it has experienced in US political rhetoric.

The Professional Left Podcast with Driftglass and Blue Gal
Ep 618: Building a New New Deal Coalition

The Professional Left Podcast with Driftglass and Blue Gal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 60:47


What a week.  Blue Gal needs hazard pay after T***p's colonoscopy AND Corey Lewandowski's sex life hit the news cycle.  We still don't know as of this recording what will happen with the Build Back Better agenda bills. Matthew Dowd gets one point for running as a Democrat, and we urge Texas Democrats to choose someone else for Lt. Governor.   And Driftglass does a crossover segment with Science Fiction University to describe the conservative brain. More at http://ProLeftPod.com!Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/proleftpodcast)Write us at proleftpodcast@gmail.com.REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS - http://review.proleftpod.comSUPPORT OUR SHOW - http://support.proleftpod.comBUY PROLEFTPOD MERCH - http://merch.proleftpod.comCONTACT US:MAILING ADDRESS - Make checks payable to:The Professional Left PodcastPO Box 9133Springfield IL 62791-9133EMAIL ADDRESSESPodcast Email: proleftpodcast@gmail.comEmail for Sci-Fi Trivia Questions: mrs.driftglass@gmail.comSUPPORT OUR WORK:PayPal: http://paypal.proleftpod.comGoFundMe: http://gofundme.proleftpod.comPatreon: http://patreon.proleftpod.comBuy Us A Coffee: http://coffee.proleftpod.comShop Our Merch Store: http://merch.proleftpod.comLink To All the Ways You Can Support Us: http://support.proleftpod.comSOCIAL & MEDIA:YouTube: http://youtube.proleftpod.comTwitter:@ProLeftPodcast - https://twitter.com/proleftpodcastDriftglass (@Mr_Electrico) - https://twitter.com/mr_electrico@BlueGal - https://twitter.com/bluegalFacebook:ProLeftPodcast - http://facebook.proleftpod.comBlueGal.Fran - http://facebookfran.proleftpod.comInternet Kitty of The Week - http://ikotw.proleftpod.comOriginal Flickr IKOTW Gallery - http://flickr.proleftpod.comBlogs:Driftglass' - http://driftglass.proleftpod.comBlue Gal's - http://bluegal.proleftpod.comFran's - http://fran.proleftpod.comPodcast Archive: http://archive.proleftpod.comPodcast RSS Feed: Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/proleftpodcast)

Cincinnati Edition
A Multi-State Initiative Is Pushing Congress To Fund Green Infrastructure In Appalachia

Cincinnati Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 26:22


Reimagine Appalachia wants to see a large, New Deal-like federal effort to fund green initiatives in the Ohio Valley. But can the idea get through tough budget battles in Congress?

Interviews
Murray Sabrin's 7-Point Entrepreneurial Solution to the Medical Care Crisis

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021


Entrepreneurs solve problems for customers. There are few problems bigger than the horribly perverse medical care system under which patients suffer in the US. The system has evolved over time, with the stimulus of bad decisions, bad actors, and bad incentives. Entrepreneurship can solve the system problem with specific actions at the component level, each of which are practical and do-able, and can interact to create a new outcome at the system level. Murray Sabrin has studied both the system and the component solutions, and he joins the Economics For Business podcast to enumerate his proposed actions. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Healthcare is a consumer good, and a consumer responsibility. Medical care is a provider proposition. Consumer sovereignty is a cornerstone concept in Austrian economic theory. Consumers determine what is produced as a result of their buying or not buying. Does this principle apply in healthcare? To answer requires us to differentiate between healthcare and medical care. Healthcare is an individual choice and a personal responsibility: we do everything we can to maintain a healthy lifestyle of eating and drinking, exercise and sound physical and mental health practices. In the internet age, there is plenty of knowledge available to help us in our decision-making. Medical care is what we turn to when sound healthcare proves to be insufficient to keep us off medication and out of hospital. How do consumers realize value from medical care providers? To do so is very challenging due to (among other barriers) price fixing, price opacity, price inflation, monopolistic and duopolistic market structures, the misuse of insurance, bureaucratic management, perverse incentives, government intervention, and barriers to entrepreneurial entry. Are there potential solutions in the face of this systemic dysfunction? Yes: solutions that come from the best countervailing source — entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial Solution #1: Direct Primary Care — Restoring the doctor-patient relationship. Murray Sabrin recalled the $5 doctor visit of the past, characterized by a personal relationship with no bureaucracy or insurance forms. Entrepreneurs are now re-establishing that relationship via Direct Primary Care. DPC is retainer fee-based access to unlimited doctor visits, including office-based testing and additional services, with no insurance forms. DPC doctors have fewer patients in their practice and can consequently provide more time and attention. Stronger relationships are built, which is the essence of entrepreneurial value-generation. Entrepreneurial Solution #2: Transparent versus distorted pricing. Pricing is one of the most important bulwarks of free markets. In medical care, pricing is opaque to the point of invisibility, distorted, and inflated. It is unresponsive to the normal choice-based supply-demand mechanisms, and not indicative of value. Some entrepreneurs are acting to change these pricing conditions via what is termed fee-for-service: transparent pricing for specific services. An often-cited example is Surgery Center of Oklahoma, where specific prices for specific surgical services are openly posted on their website. Other members of the Free Market Medical Association provide similar price transparency. One of the results is revelatory price comparison: Murray told the story of a DPC practice patient who identified a 75% price reduction at Surgery Center of Oklahoma compared to a local South Florida hospital. Entrepreneurial Solution # 3: One stop shopping at local non-profit clinics. Murray described the launch and success of several non-profit local and regional clinics, including one for which he was the founding trustee. These are philanthropically established and funded local clinics with volunteer staff, providing a range of services. Equipment and pharmaceuticals may be fully or partially donated by the manufacturing companies. The combination of direct primary care doctors and specialists can make these clinics one-stop shopping solutions for patients seeking quality medical care. With a little philanthropic assistance, they could eliminate the need for Medicaid. Entrepreneurial Solution #4: Direct Contracting. Insurance companies purposefully inflate medical care prices to fund their business model. Murray told the story of a large (4-500 employees) company that contracted directly with a service that brought a vehicle with an MRI machine to the employers location, and charged $400 per MRI to the employees. The same vehicle was utilized by a nearby hospital that charged $6,000 for the same MRI. Direct contracting saved $5400 per unit cost, or 90%. Direct contracting has the potential to significantly reduce costs in the Medical Care system, while opening access and increasing convenience. Entrepreneurial Solution #5: The 3-tier household medical care budget system. Murray has a well-constructed and eminently practical household medical care budget system. There's a version for families with at least on member in employment and an alternative for those on Medicare today. There are three elements: Direct Primary Care for a monthly fee, covering unlimited office visits and routine tests.A Health Savings Account to cover costs of specialists, prescription drugs, medical equipment, major tests and brief hospitalizations.Catastrophic insurance coverage for major operations and hospitalizations and long term care. Greater detail is provided in Murray's book, Universal Medical Care From Conception To End Of Life. Download our corresponding PDF, which features an adapted table from Murray's book: Mises.org/E4B_137_PDF In a system of personal responsibility, we would all manage our household medical care budgets with these kinds of tools. Entrepreneurial Solution #6: Voluntarism And Mutualism. Voluntarism has a long tradition in America. Mutual aid societies were prevalent before the New Deal. Ethnic, religious and trade groups joined together for mutual support. The Federal Government co-opted these functions and now people look to Washington DC to solve their problems. But young people today are more interested in voluntarism and non-political social activism. 30 years ago in the Wall Street Journal, Peter Drucker argued for the non-profit sector to replace the welfare state. Creative and innovative people find ways to surmount institutionally-erected barriers in all phases of life, and medical care is certainly one of those. There's a liberating and energizing sense of acting as the custodian of one's own life and helping others who need it. It's the entrepreneurial ethic. Entrepreneurial Solution #7: Distributed Knowledge. There is so much available knowledge today about healthy life habits and about the symptoms and characteristics of various medical conditions, and about options for treatment. We as individuals are free to explore, and responsible for gathering our own store of knowledge. The outcome of the research may not be definitive, and we may find ourselves making a choice between alternatives. But doctors and hospital administrators make choices too, and they are not infallible. It may be possible for an individual to gather more knowledge about their own specific condition from the internet than any single doctor can know, simply as a consequence of concentrated effort. Each of us can take responsibility for our own life. Summing up: Murray Sabrin's prescription: Eliminate employer-based insurance.Make a single exception for the case in which the employer pays the direct primary care fee for the patient.The resultant employer savings are deposited in employees' health savings accounts.Employees determine their best medical care options.Phase out Medicare and Medicaid.Let young people create super health savings accounts so that they don't need Medicare in the future.Hospitals price at realistic market pricing, not insurance-inflated prices.All prices are transparent.Get the government out of medical care — it's none of their business.Free up resources from the medical-pharmaceutical-insurance complex and redirect them to savings, investment and philanthropy. Additional Resources Read Murray's book, Universal Medical Care from Conception to End of Life: The Case for A Single-Payer System: Mises.org/E4B_137_Book It's self-published and all proceeds go to charity and non-profits. "Individual Single-Payer Alternative For Employer-Based Insurance" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_137_PDF Surgery Center Of Oklahoma: surgerycenterok.com Forward: goforward.com Direct Primary Care Coalition: dpcare.org Volunteers in America: vimamerica.org

Mises Media
Murray Sabrin's 7-Point Entrepreneurial Solution to the Medical Care Crisis

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021


Entrepreneurs solve problems for customers. There are few problems bigger than the horribly perverse medical care system under which patients suffer in the US. The system has evolved over time, with the stimulus of bad decisions, bad actors, and bad incentives. Entrepreneurship can solve the system problem with specific actions at the component level, each of which are practical and do-able, and can interact to create a new outcome at the system level. Murray Sabrin has studied both the system and the component solutions, and he joins the Economics For Business podcast to enumerate his proposed actions. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Healthcare is a consumer good, and a consumer responsibility. Medical care is a provider proposition. Consumer sovereignty is a cornerstone concept in Austrian economic theory. Consumers determine what is produced as a result of their buying or not buying. Does this principle apply in healthcare? To answer requires us to differentiate between healthcare and medical care. Healthcare is an individual choice and a personal responsibility: we do everything we can to maintain a healthy lifestyle of eating and drinking, exercise and sound physical and mental health practices. In the internet age, there is plenty of knowledge available to help us in our decision-making. Medical care is what we turn to when sound healthcare proves to be insufficient to keep us off medication and out of hospital. How do consumers realize value from medical care providers? To do so is very challenging due to (among other barriers) price fixing, price opacity, price inflation, monopolistic and duopolistic market structures, the misuse of insurance, bureaucratic management, perverse incentives, government intervention, and barriers to entrepreneurial entry. Are there potential solutions in the face of this systemic dysfunction? Yes: solutions that come from the best countervailing source — entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial Solution #1: Direct Primary Care — Restoring the doctor-patient relationship. Murray Sabrin recalled the $5 doctor visit of the past, characterized by a personal relationship with no bureaucracy or insurance forms. Entrepreneurs are now re-establishing that relationship via Direct Primary Care. DPC is retainer fee-based access to unlimited doctor visits, including office-based testing and additional services, with no insurance forms. DPC doctors have fewer patients in their practice and can consequently provide more time and attention. Stronger relationships are built, which is the essence of entrepreneurial value-generation. Entrepreneurial Solution #2: Transparent versus distorted pricing. Pricing is one of the most important bulwarks of free markets. In medical care, pricing is opaque to the point of invisibility, distorted, and inflated. It is unresponsive to the normal choice-based supply-demand mechanisms, and not indicative of value. Some entrepreneurs are acting to change these pricing conditions via what is termed fee-for-service: transparent pricing for specific services. An often-cited example is Surgery Center of Oklahoma, where specific prices for specific surgical services are openly posted on their website. Other members of the Free Market Medical Association provide similar price transparency. One of the results is revelatory price comparison: Murray told the story of a DPC practice patient who identified a 75% price reduction at Surgery Center of Oklahoma compared to a local South Florida hospital. Entrepreneurial Solution # 3: One stop shopping at local non-profit clinics. Murray described the launch and success of several non-profit local and regional clinics, including one for which he was the founding trustee. These are philanthropically established and funded local clinics with volunteer staff, providing a range of services. Equipment and pharmaceuticals may be fully or partially donated by the manufacturing companies. The combination of direct primary care doctors and specialists can make these clinics one-stop shopping solutions for patients seeking quality medical care. With a little philanthropic assistance, they could eliminate the need for Medicaid. Entrepreneurial Solution #4: Direct Contracting. Insurance companies purposefully inflate medical care prices to fund their business model. Murray told the story of a large (4-500 employees) company that contracted directly with a service that brought a vehicle with an MRI machine to the employers location, and charged $400 per MRI to the employees. The same vehicle was utilized by a nearby hospital that charged $6,000 for the same MRI. Direct contracting saved $5400 per unit cost, or 90%. Direct contracting has the potential to significantly reduce costs in the Medical Care system, while opening access and increasing convenience. Entrepreneurial Solution #5: The 3-tier household medical care budget system. Murray has a well-constructed and eminently practical household medical care budget system. There's a version for families with at least on member in employment and an alternative for those on Medicare today. There are three elements: Direct Primary Care for a monthly fee, covering unlimited office visits and routine tests.A Health Savings Account to cover costs of specialists, prescription drugs, medical equipment, major tests and brief hospitalizations.Catastrophic insurance coverage for major operations and hospitalizations and long term care. Greater detail is provided in Murray's book, Universal Medical Care From Conception To End Of Life. Download our corresponding PDF, which features an adapted table from Murray's book: Mises.org/E4B_137_PDF In a system of personal responsibility, we would all manage our household medical care budgets with these kinds of tools. Entrepreneurial Solution #6: Voluntarism And Mutualism. Voluntarism has a long tradition in America. Mutual aid societies were prevalent before the New Deal. Ethnic, religious and trade groups joined together for mutual support. The Federal Government co-opted these functions and now people look to Washington DC to solve their problems. But young people today are more interested in voluntarism and non-political social activism. 30 years ago in the Wall Street Journal, Peter Drucker argued for the non-profit sector to replace the welfare state. Creative and innovative people find ways to surmount institutionally-erected barriers in all phases of life, and medical care is certainly one of those. There's a liberating and energizing sense of acting as the custodian of one's own life and helping others who need it. It's the entrepreneurial ethic. Entrepreneurial Solution #7: Distributed Knowledge. There is so much available knowledge today about healthy life habits and about the symptoms and characteristics of various medical conditions, and about options for treatment. We as individuals are free to explore, and responsible for gathering our own store of knowledge. The outcome of the research may not be definitive, and we may find ourselves making a choice between alternatives. But doctors and hospital administrators make choices too, and they are not infallible. It may be possible for an individual to gather more knowledge about their own specific condition from the internet than any single doctor can know, simply as a consequence of concentrated effort. Each of us can take responsibility for our own life. Summing up: Murray Sabrin's prescription: Eliminate employer-based insurance.Make a single exception for the case in which the employer pays the direct primary care fee for the patient.The resultant employer savings are deposited in employees' health savings accounts.Employees determine their best medical care options.Phase out Medicare and Medicaid.Let young people create super health savings accounts so that they don't need Medicare in the future.Hospitals price at realistic market pricing, not insurance-inflated prices.All prices are transparent.Get the government out of medical care — it's none of their business.Free up resources from the medical-pharmaceutical-insurance complex and redirect them to savings, investment and philanthropy. Additional Resources Read Murray's book, Universal Medical Care from Conception to End of Life: The Case for A Single-Payer System: Mises.org/E4B_137_Book It's self-published and all proceeds go to charity and non-profits. "Individual Single-Payer Alternative For Employer-Based Insurance" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_137_PDF Surgery Center Of Oklahoma: surgerycenterok.com Forward: goforward.com Direct Primary Care Coalition: dpcare.org Volunteers in America: vimamerica.org

FALTER Radio
Starökonom Jeffrey Sachs erklärt „Bidenomics“ – #591

FALTER Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 37:19


Mit Billionen Dollar zur Wirtschaftsbelebung und für die Infrastruktur nimmt US-Präsident Joe Biden Anlauf zu einem neuen "New Deal". Eine Vorlage für Europa? Robert Misik vom Bruno Kreisky Forum spricht mit Jeffrey Sachs, einem führenden internationalen Ökonomen, über die Pläne der Biden-Administration. Raimund Löw führt in das Gespräch ein.Lesen Sie den FALTER vier Wochen lang kostenlos: https://abo.falter.at/gratis See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Locked On Avalanche - Daily Podcast On The Colorado Avalanche
Coach Bednar With a Ton of Player Updates. Can Bowers Make the Cut? Logan O'Conner Gets a New Deal

Locked On Avalanche - Daily Podcast On The Colorado Avalanche

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 32:06


Days like this are what you wait for when you haven't had hockey for weeks. The Avalanche players returned to Denver for training camp and Coach Jared Bednar updated the press on several players and what he expects from them. One of those players is Shane Bowers. He will be given chances, but will they be enough to make the squad? To end the day, the Avalanche reached a new three year deal for Logan O'Connor that starts next season. Let's discuss is all! Tune in and subscribe! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Newshour
Australia defends new deal with US and UK

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 49:39


Australia has defended its decision to scrap a multi-billion dollar deal to buy submarines from France in favour of a new security project with the US and the UK. Australian deputy prime minister, Barnaby Joyce, says his country needs the nuclear-powered submarines agreed by the new alliance as a deterrent in an increasingly unstable region. Also in the programme: trying to reduce the huge carbon emissions of gas and air when it's used for pain relief in medicine and as a new memorial opens in the Netherlands to remember the victims of the Nazi Holocaust, we hear about the Roma who are often overlooked. Photo: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison defends his country's decision to abandon a submarine deal with Paris to acquire nuclear-powered ones from Washington. Credit: EPA/JOEL CARRETT

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: September 17, 2021

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 5:13


Today on Sojourner Truth, our weekly roundtable. Our guests are Laura Carlsen, Jackie Goldberg, and Dr. Gerald Horne. The fight for the future of U.S. domestic policy. The Build Back Better Act. Bernie Sanders is not backing down from his push for spending $3.5 trillion. President Biden says the U.S. is at an inflection point and this investment is needed now. But Senator Manchin is in the way. So is the filibuster. Senator Manchin wants to cut the proposed Build Back Better Act figure in half. But that doesn't fly with Senator Sanders and other progressives. Democrats need a big win given the midterm elections in 2022. Some are saying that President Biden's Build Back Better Act is the largest social program proposed since FDR's New Deal. Is the Build Back Better Act a U.S. version of Democratic Socialism? As we mark the 10th anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, will conservatives on both sides of the aisle insist that the U.S. continue on the path of unfettered prioritization of the market over the care of people and the environment? Meanwhile, conservatives are complaining that jobs are not getting filled post-COVID. This, as some workers are refusing work that doesn't pay a living wage and is destructive to their bodies. Conservatives blame Biden's COVID relief subsidies that people are not taking jobs they don't want blame corporate greed. Lessons learned from the California Governor Recall Election. What do California Democrats prioritize now? What are the implications on the national scene? On U.S. foreign policy, is the influence of Washington waning? Recently alienating the EU, including France, and the U.S. seems to bypass traditional allies to cut a military deal with Australia and the U.K. against China. Europe, meanwhile, is trying to carve its own path in a post Angela Merkel era.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: September 17, 2021 - Roundtable Discussion

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 57:54


Today on Sojourner Truth, our weekly roundtable. Our guests are Laura Carlsen, Jackie Goldberg, and Dr. Gerald Horne. The fight for the future of U.S. domestic policy. The Build Back Better Act. Bernie Sanders is not backing down from his push for spending $3.5 trillion. President Biden says the U.S. is at an inflection point and this investment is needed now. But Senator Manchin is in the way. So is the filibuster. Senator Manchin wants to cut the proposed Build Back Better Act figure in half. But that doesn't fly with Senator Sanders and other progressives. Democrats need a big win given the midterm elections in 2022. Some are saying that President Biden's Build Back Better Act is the largest social program proposed since FDR's New Deal. Is the Build Back Better Act a U.S. version of Democratic Socialism? As we mark the 10th anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, will conservatives on both sides of the aisle insist that the U.S. continue on the path of unfettered prioritization of the market over the care of people and the environment? Meanwhile, conservatives are complaining that jobs are not getting filled post-COVID. This, as some workers are refusing work that doesn't pay a living wage and is destructive to their bodies. Conservatives blame Biden's COVID relief subsidies that people are not taking jobs they don't want blame corporate greed. Lessons learned from the California Governor Recall Election. What do California Democrats prioritize now? What are the implications on the national scene? On U.S. foreign policy, is the influence of Washington waning? Recently alienating the EU, including France, and the U.S. seems to bypass traditional allies to cut a military deal with Australia and the U.K. against China. Europe, meanwhile, is trying to carve its own path in a post Angela Merkel era.

Sinica Podcast
What's the deal with the Red New Deal?

Sinica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 77:22


This week on Sinica, Kaiser and Jeremy welcome Lizzi Lee (李其 Lǐ Qi), SupChina contributor and host of the excellent Chinese-language YouTube channel Wall Street Today, and Jude Blanchette, Freeman Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), to talk about the spate of regulatory actions, new rules, and Party-led initiatives that, taken together, we at SupChina have started calling the “Red New Deal.” Can these be understood as different facets of a larger, overarching program to remake China's economy and society? Or are they better understood as distinct moves by different bureaucracies within the Party-state that happen to coincide in time? Listen in as we try to sort through what it all means.11:42 - Lizzi's contrarian take on whether the new regulation adds up to something bigger15:00 - The logic of the political calendar in China22:56 - What did the response to the Li Guangman viral post mean?33:14 - Kevin Rudd's take on what it all means – the “red thread”43:32 - No, this isn't the Cultural Revolution53:00 - Is this a return to true communism?57:34 - Is Xi Jinping China's biggest tiger mom?A transcript of this interview is available on SupChina.com.RecommendationsJeremy: NüVoices Podcast: Barabara Demick on Eat the Buddha, the final NüVoices episode on SupChina; and the Vice video on YouTube, How China's Queer Youth Built An Underground Ballroom Scene.Lizzi: Desmond Shum's book Red Roulette: An Insider's Story of Wealth, Power, Corruption, and Vengeance in Today's China.Jude: The New Class: An Analysis of the Communist System by Milovan Djilas.Kaiser: Shutdown: How COVID Shook the World Economy by Adam Tooze; Reservation Dogs (TV show from FX).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Launch Pad Podcast - A Houston Rockets Basketball Podcast
John Wall Moves On, Dante Exum Inks New Deal, and Steve Francis in the Booth (?)

The Launch Pad Podcast - A Houston Rockets Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 33:26


In this episode, host @taylorlpate dives into John Wall and the Rockets agreeing to part ways, Dante Exum getting a 3-year non-guaranteed deal and what it means for fringe players, and ponders upon Steve Francis potentially joining the broadcast team while honoring Bill Worrell.

Citations Needed
Episode 143 - PR and Prop 22: How Silicon Valley Uses Hollow "Anti-Racist" Posturing to Sell Its Exploitative Business Model

Citations Needed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 72:03


In June 2020, founders of the ride-request app Lyft announced that they had launched “allyship dialogues“ and were committed to fighting “systemic racism” which they said is “deeply rooted in our society.” The same month, an Uber marketing campaign proudly recommended to “racists” that they should “delete Uber,” as they were unwelcome customers. At the same time, the food delivery service app DoorDash announced a series of initiatives to “support Black-owned restaurants.” Everywhere we turned, as popular uprisings against police violence and white supremacy filled the streets, Silicon Valley gig app companies that rely on and profit from the labor of predominantly Black and brown workers, insisted they too were committed to fighting racial injustice. But something curious was unfolding at the same time these multi-billion dollar companies paid lip service and made token donations to bail funds and civil rights groups: they were simultaneously pumping tens of millions more on pushing support for Proposition 22 –– a ballot initiative in California — that would exempt app-based transportation and delivery companies from a state law that required them to classify drivers as employees, permitting those companies to not provide essential benefits like healthcare, paid time off, and unemployment insurance. With 78% of ride-hail app drivers in San Francisco being people of color and 55% of Uber drivers in California identifying as such, the law would overwhelmingly impact nonwhite, disproportionately immigrant communities. Knowing this, and compelled by the broader corporate efforts to exploit the George Floyd uprisings as a branding opportunity, companies like DoorDash, Uber, Lyft and other app-based employers rushed to present the diminishment of worker protections not as manifestly anti-Black and anti-brown anti-labor laws, but actually empowering to drivers of colors. Spending millions on advertising, a patchwork of large donations to community groups planting op-eds in Black and Hispanic press, and focus-grouped language about employee “freedom,” “independence,” “being your own boss,” “flexibility” and general rise-and-grind framing, Super PACs alongside Bay Area and LA-based marketing firms aggressively targeted minority communities to back Prop 22, despite all independent analysis and labor organizations insisting it would be bad for workers of color. On this Season 5 Premiere of Citations Needed, we detail how this plan played out –– and ultimately won, how corporations buy off organizations and adapt nonprofit speak to harm communities of color, and how the idea of “third worker categories” –– like the ones pushed by Uber and Lyft are suspiciously similar to Jim Crow-era efforts to strip black and immigrant workers of the rights white workers were winning under the then-New Deal. Our guest is Veena Dubal, Professor of Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.

Geeksplained Podcast
177. Spotlight: Captain America - The New Deal

Geeksplained Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 74:35


This past week marks 20 years since the September 11th attacks on our country, and in observance of this host Aeric Azana is diving into one of the defining comics of that time: Captain America - The New Deal. Set in a post-9/11 America, Steve Rogers finds himself in a strange, yet familiar world following the attacks. As Steve tries to rediscover what it means to be Captain America, a new threat emerges in the shadow of one of the greatest tragedies in modern history. This story is a snapshot of our country at that time, and 20 years later it remains surprisingly relevant. Alongside this month's Spotlight, we also have this weeks Comics Countdown, the Geeksplained Mailbag, and more! Time Stamps: 00:00:51 Intro 00:02:28 News of the Week 00:14:20 Captain America - The New Deal 00:55:02 Comics Countdown 01:08:49 Wrap-Up and Mailbag Follow us! Twitter: twitter.com/geeksplainedpod?lang=en Instagram: www.instagram.com/geeksplainedpod/?hl=en Send us your questions for the Geeksplained Mailbag! Email: Geeksplained@gmail.com Music Sampled: "Sayonara" by SAKEROCK "Captain America" by Alan Sylvestri

NBA Front Office with Keith Smith
John Wall On The Move? Plus Aaron Gordon‘s New Deal

NBA Front Office with Keith Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 25:19


John Wall's time in Houston appears to be coming to an end but where will he wind up? We dive into the latest, plus Aaron Gordon strikes gold in Denver.

Dukes & Bell
Freddie Freeman needs a new deal! (Hour 4 9-9-21)

Dukes & Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 38:49


Dukes & Bell hit THE FALCON REPORT, talk Cowboys/Bucs as the NFL season begins tonight, and go AROUND THE YARD WITH THE BRAVES! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller
Reaction To TJ Watt's New Deal

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 14:10


While talking with Steve Palazzolo, a senior analyst with Pro Football Focus, the news of TJ Watt's new deal breaks and we react to it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy
West Coast Cookbook and Speakeasy - Metro Shrimp and Grits Thursdays 09 Sept 21

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 63:08


West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials, Metro Shrimp & Grits Thursdays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, a Georgia election official and his predominantly Black staff received over one hundred fifty death threats, some by “biker gangs” at their homes, after Trump accused him of a “crime” at one of his hate rallies.Then, on the rest of the menu, in an echo of the New Deal, President Biden and Congressional Democrats have proposed a Civilian Climate Corps; Silicon Valley has discovered remote work is easier to begin than to end; and, an academic press outlined plans to reissue a corrected version of a wildly inaccurate accounting of World War One hero Sgt York, by Trump insurrectionist, Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where the Brazilian Supreme Court's Chief Justice issued a sharp rebuttal to Bolsonaro, after the right-wing leader vowed to no longer abide by some of the court's rulings; and, the French broadcast regulator clipped a far-right commentator's wings before his presidential run.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~“Everyone in this good city enjoys the full right to pursue his own inclinations in all reasonable and, unreasonable ways.” -- The Daily Picayune, New Orleans, March 5, 1851~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/9/9/2051154/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Metro-Shrimp-amp-Grits-Thursdays

Access Vikings
O'Neill's new deal, roster depth, and Vikings' opener in Cincy

Access Vikings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 43:36


The Vikings made Brian O'Neill one of the richest right tackles in the NFL. Ben Goessling, Andrew Krammer, and Michael Rand discuss why that was the right move, and how it reflects on an already top-heavy roster. They also preview Sunday's opener in Cincinnati on the latest Access Vikings podcast.

PM Mood
New New Deal

PM Mood

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 18:55


We need a 21st century labor movement. Support Woke AF Daily on Patreon at Patreon.com/WokeAF. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Steel Magnolias - Holding on to the good of The South

Judy Blume once said "Librarians save lives: by handing the right book, at the right time, to a kid in need."    Librarians play an important role in the lives of those who love to read. But what if you had no access to a library nor books? Today we are discussing some heroic librarians that filled a gap in a time of great need in the South.    Under President Roosevlet, The Pack Horse Library initiative provided women jobs as  librarians sent deep into Appalachia on horseback to deliver books. The project was implemented by the Works Progress Administration (WPA), and today we are honoring these steel magnolias that saved lives in Kentucky through books.  Additional resources mentioned:  "That Book Woman" by Heather Henson  "Along a Storied Trail" by Ann H. Gabhart "The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek" by Kim Michele Richardson "The Giver of Stars" by Jojo Moyes "Down Cut Shin Creek" by Kathi Appelt and Jeanee Cannella Schmitzer   If you'd like to join our Patreon Community to support us monthly for perks and exclusive content check out https://www.patreon.com/steelmagnolias   Other Places to Connect: Sign up for mailing list HERE  Instagram @SteelMagnoliasPodcast Private Facebook Group https://bit.ly/32Kna4T      

SWR2 Wissen
Franklin D. Roosevelt und der New Deal – Joe Bidens Vorbild?

SWR2 Wissen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 28:01


Der New Deal war das größte Konjunkturprogramm seiner Zeit und änderte die USA grundlegend. Als Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933 Präsident der USA wurde, befand sich das Land auf dem Höhepunkt der Großen Depression. Armut und Arbeitslosigkeit waren groß. Ähnliches hat heute Joe Biden vor. Was kann er von seinem Amtsvorgänger lernen? Von Martina Groß. | Manuskript und mehr zur Sendung: http://swr.li/roosevelt | Bei Fragen und Anregungen schreibt uns: wissen@swr2.de | Folgt uns auf Twitter: @swr2wissen

The Fast Lane
Colton Parayko on his new deal with the Blues, the foundation of the team moving forward and more

The Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 10:07


info@podcastone.com86c70c07-e8bc-4c10-8e94-293b84679c74Thu, 02 Sep 2021 13:58:35 PDT

The Dance Edit
Josephine Baker, JoJo Siwa, and New Deal for Broadway

The Dance Edit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 26:47


A transcript of this episode is available here: https://thedanceedit.com/transcript-episode-79Subscribe to The Dance Edit Extra: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dance-edit-extra/id1579075769Links referenced in/relevant to episode 79:-New York Times piece on the announcement of Josephine Baker's Panthéon burial: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/22/world/europe/josephine-baker-pantheon-burial.html-Deadline coverage of New Deal for Broadway: https://deadline.com/2021/08/black-theatre-united-broadway-new-deal-agreement-1234819865/-Complete New Deal for Broadway agreement: https://deadline.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/BTU-New-Deal-For-Broadway-1.pdf-Entertainment Weekly on JoJo Siwa's history-making "Dancing with the Stars" news: https://ew.com/tv/dancing-with-the-stars-season-30-jojo-siwa-suni-lee/ 

Ferrall Coast to Coast
9/1 Hour 2: Mike Palm, Zack Scott Arrested, Jimbo Fisher Gets New Deal, & More

Ferrall Coast to Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 45:11


Ferrall talks about NFLPA investigating Urban Meyer after comments about vaccinated players, Belichick denies cutting Cam Newton because of his vaccination status, Saints-Packers to play in Jacksonville, Payton wants to use Taysom Hill as gadget guy, Joe Judge won't discuss Barkley's status, Sirianni names Jalen Hurts the starter, Frank Reich won't let COVID derail the season, Brian Flores stands by Tua, Red Sox dealing with COVID outbreak, Yankees west coast struggles, Lucas Giolito dealing with hamstring issue, Phillies win 5th straight, Zack Scott arrested for DUI, Ozzie Albies carted off last night, Dodgers peaking, Al Leiter and John Smoltz won't return to MLB Network, Jay Monahan wants fans to stop heckling DeChambeau, Jimbo Fisher gets new deal, Embiid defends Ben Simmons, and more! Plus Mike Palm is on to discuss the Circa Millions Contest!

Nocap radio
Luka's new deal!!

Nocap radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 20:59


Can the mavs surround Luka with enough talent to win a championship in the near future? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Redmen TV - Liverpool FC Podcast
Hendo Signs New Deal! | The Redmen TV Podcast

The Redmen TV - Liverpool FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 64:18


Paul, Chris & Sam are here with this week's podcast, talking through Jordan Henderson's new contract which sees his at the club till 2025, Michael Edwards being set to leave the club and Liverpool's champions league fixtures and what that means for our season!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

New Books Network
Paul Sabin, "Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism" (Norton, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 46:00


In the 1960s and 1970s, an insurgent attack on traditional liberalism took shape in America. It was built on new ideals of citizen advocacy and the public interest. Environmentalists, social critics, and consumer advocates like Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, and Ralph Nader crusaded against what they saw as a misguided and often corrupt government. Drawing energy from civil rights protests and opposition to the Vietnam War, the new citizens' movement drew legions of followers and scored major victories. Citizen advocates disrupted government plans for urban highways and new hydroelectric dams and got Congress to pass tough legislation to protect clean air and clean water. They helped lead a revolution in safety that forced companies and governments to better protect consumers and workers from dangerous products and hazardous work conditions. And yet, in the process, citizen advocates also helped to undermine big government liberalism—the powerful alliance between government, business, and labor that dominated the United States politically in the decades following the New Deal and World War II. Public interest advocates exposed that alliance's secret bargains and unintended consequences. They showed how government power often was used to advance private interests rather than restrain them. In the process of attacking government for its failings and its dangers, the public interest movement struggled to replace traditional liberalism with a new approach to governing. The citizen critique of government power instead helped clear the way for their antagonists: Reagan-era conservatives seeking to slash regulations and enrich corporations. Paul Sabin's book Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism (Norton, 2021) traces the history of the public interest movement and explores its tangled legacy, showing the ways in which American liberalism has been at war with itself. The book forces us to reckon with the challenges of regaining our faith in government's ability to advance the common good. Paul Sabin is a professor of history at Yale University and director of the Yale Environmental Humanities Program. He is the author of The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble Over Earth's Future and Crude Politics: The California Oil Market, 1900-1940. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Twitter. Website. Brian Hamilton is Chair of the Department of History and Social Science at Deerfield Academy and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Twitter. Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Booknotes+
Ep. 25 Chester Morgan, "Liberal Redneck"

Booknotes+

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 49:24


Theodore Bilbo (1877-1947) served twice as governor of Mississippi and was elected to the U.S. Senate three times. He was a liberal, a strong supporter of FDR's New Deal, and a member of the Ku Klux Klan. We talked with University of Southern Mississippi history professor emeritus Chester "Bo" Morgan, author of "Redneck Liberal," to find out more about Theodore Bilbo and his controversial political career.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
Paul Sabin, "Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism" (Norton, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 46:00


In the 1960s and 1970s, an insurgent attack on traditional liberalism took shape in America. It was built on new ideals of citizen advocacy and the public interest. Environmentalists, social critics, and consumer advocates like Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, and Ralph Nader crusaded against what they saw as a misguided and often corrupt government. Drawing energy from civil rights protests and opposition to the Vietnam War, the new citizens' movement drew legions of followers and scored major victories. Citizen advocates disrupted government plans for urban highways and new hydroelectric dams and got Congress to pass tough legislation to protect clean air and clean water. They helped lead a revolution in safety that forced companies and governments to better protect consumers and workers from dangerous products and hazardous work conditions. And yet, in the process, citizen advocates also helped to undermine big government liberalism—the powerful alliance between government, business, and labor that dominated the United States politically in the decades following the New Deal and World War II. Public interest advocates exposed that alliance's secret bargains and unintended consequences. They showed how government power often was used to advance private interests rather than restrain them. In the process of attacking government for its failings and its dangers, the public interest movement struggled to replace traditional liberalism with a new approach to governing. The citizen critique of government power instead helped clear the way for their antagonists: Reagan-era conservatives seeking to slash regulations and enrich corporations. Paul Sabin's book Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism (Norton, 2021) traces the history of the public interest movement and explores its tangled legacy, showing the ways in which American liberalism has been at war with itself. The book forces us to reckon with the challenges of regaining our faith in government's ability to advance the common good. Paul Sabin is a professor of history at Yale University and director of the Yale Environmental Humanities Program. He is the author of The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble Over Earth's Future and Crude Politics: The California Oil Market, 1900-1940. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Twitter. Website. Brian Hamilton is Chair of the Department of History and Social Science at Deerfield Academy and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Twitter. Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
Paul Sabin, "Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism" (Norton, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 46:00


In the 1960s and 1970s, an insurgent attack on traditional liberalism took shape in America. It was built on new ideals of citizen advocacy and the public interest. Environmentalists, social critics, and consumer advocates like Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, and Ralph Nader crusaded against what they saw as a misguided and often corrupt government. Drawing energy from civil rights protests and opposition to the Vietnam War, the new citizens' movement drew legions of followers and scored major victories. Citizen advocates disrupted government plans for urban highways and new hydroelectric dams and got Congress to pass tough legislation to protect clean air and clean water. They helped lead a revolution in safety that forced companies and governments to better protect consumers and workers from dangerous products and hazardous work conditions. And yet, in the process, citizen advocates also helped to undermine big government liberalism—the powerful alliance between government, business, and labor that dominated the United States politically in the decades following the New Deal and World War II. Public interest advocates exposed that alliance's secret bargains and unintended consequences. They showed how government power often was used to advance private interests rather than restrain them. In the process of attacking government for its failings and its dangers, the public interest movement struggled to replace traditional liberalism with a new approach to governing. The citizen critique of government power instead helped clear the way for their antagonists: Reagan-era conservatives seeking to slash regulations and enrich corporations. Paul Sabin's book Public Citizens: The Attack on Big Government and the Remaking of American Liberalism (Norton, 2021) traces the history of the public interest movement and explores its tangled legacy, showing the ways in which American liberalism has been at war with itself. The book forces us to reckon with the challenges of regaining our faith in government's ability to advance the common good. Paul Sabin is a professor of history at Yale University and director of the Yale Environmental Humanities Program. He is the author of The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble Over Earth's Future and Crude Politics: The California Oil Market, 1900-1940. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Twitter. Website. Brian Hamilton is Chair of the Department of History and Social Science at Deerfield Academy and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Twitter. Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Renegade Feminist
Good Infrastructure, Better World ft. Sen. Ann Johnson Stewart

Renegade Feminist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 71:49


It's Infrastructure Week on Ren Fem, y'all, so let's get into it -- what infrastructure is, why we need to invest in it, and the racist, sexist implications of it when the right folks aren't at the drafting table. We'll help you contextualize Biden's Infrastructure bill in a historic context alongside the New Deal and the Works Progress Administration, and then State Senator and civil engineer Ann Johnson Stewart joins us to talk through what infrastructure investments the MN Legislature is making -- and what stupid hills the GOP is prepared to die on (possibly literally, seeing as how they tend to be climate-related). Plus: fun rabbit holes about sexist Swedish snowplowing and a dive into the racist AF history of the I-94 highway construction. Show Notes How The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act Will Deliver For MN - WH InfrastructureReportCard.org Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men - Criado Perez Watch Rondo: Beyond the Pavement | Prime Video ReConnect Rondo MNopedia -- Rondo Neighborhood Episode Sponsors Women Winning - Changemakers Hour Sign-Up Donate to UnRestrictMN! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/renegadefeminist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadefeminist/support

Progressive Faith Sermons - Dr. Roger Ray
The Threat of Fascism is Real

Progressive Faith Sermons - Dr. Roger Ray

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 21:08


Though most public school history classes are silent about it, there was a serious insurrection attempt made in 1932 to overthrow the administration of Franklin Roosevelt and install a fascist leader who would reverse the New Deal legislation in favor of a wealthy ruling class. Although the coups was stopped, none of the finances and planners of the coups were charged or tried…. familiar names like DuPont, J. P. Morgan, William Randolph Hurst, and the father of George H. W. Bush, Prescott Bush, were among those fans of Hitler and Mussolini who wanted to see Roosevelt removed. Do you hear echoes of today?

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2653 - The Checkered History Behind The Student Loan Debt Crisis w/ Elizabeth Tandy Shermer

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 69:15


Sam and Emma host Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, Associate Professor of History at Loyola Chicago University, to discuss her new book Indentured Students: How Government-Guaranteed Loans Left Generations Drowning In College Debt, which tackles the exploitative nature of US student loan programs dating back to their origin, setting up the generational wealth and debt divides we see today. After situating the crisis within the contexts of tuitions in the 60s, 80s, and today, Sam, Emma, and Elizabeth jump off of the first work-study programs introduced in the 60s, and how their nature was tied deeply to the Civil Rights Act. They dive into higher education as a battleground for a desegregated society, particularly following the success of Soviet science, with the Higher Education Act following the CRA in an effort to promote the enrollment of women and people of color, especially after the addition of Title IX in '72. Next, they look at how the US student loan program found its structure in New Deal housing programs, which, while appearing progressive, ultimately put a product that cannot be repossessed, with the only guarantee going to bankers, into a “social welfare” program, bolstering the preexisting generational wealth and debt stratification. They conclude the interview by looking at the role of college, both in terms of their exploitation of students and how the US State has slowly shifted more and more responsibility their way, even as they become central in the progression of US medical technology, before they move onto what Biden could do in the latter stage of his presidency, including looking into both the preexisting policy initiatives in the Infrastructure package, and the potential of a College for All bill presenting a public competitor. Sam and Emma round out the free half by reflecting on the US failure that was the Afghanistan war, and the attempt of the US media and politicians to present this as anything but another “Saigon Moment.” And in the Fun Half: The MR crew discusses the behind the scenes stupidity and exploitation of Venture Capitalism, the fear-based relationship between the Biden Administration and the concept of immigration – even when it comes to Afghani refugees – and reflect on the roles of Trump and Pompeo in the Afghanistan pull out. John from AZ calls in to explore the relationship between inflation and wages, and Bill from MI jumps delves into the effect of wage stagnation on teachers, especially as the Republican war on Critical Race Theory picks up, before the staff admires the beauty of Timba.On.Toast's dive into the deep end of Tim Pool's inner functioning. They also touch on Dennis Prager's takes on child abuse, Dave from Jamaica talks imperialism and Afghanistan, and Ian from FL calls in from Matt Gaetz's district to chat about the impossibility of changing Pensacola politics, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: majorityreportstore@mirrorimage.com) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Check out today's sponsors: Stitcher Premium-Hell of Presidents: From Washington to Biden, Hell of Presidents is telling the history of the United States through the office of the presidency, all in the irreverent Chapo Trap House style. Hell of Presidents is available exclusively on Stitcher Premium. 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The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
Larger Deficits Mean Higher Inflation – Ep 723

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021


Gold reacts counterintuitively to inflation fears. Fed changes the definition of transitory inflation. Q2 Productivity numbers disappoint analysts. Biggest government expansion of the welfare state since the New Deal and Great Society. Elizabeth Warren wants to sick the IRS on the middle class. AMC tries to pump their stock as a crypto play. Bitcoin will live and die by the gold sword. Thanks Raycon! Go To https://buyraycon.com/gold for 15% off your entire Raycon order. INVEST LIKE ME: https://schiffradio.com/invest RATE AND REVIEW the Peter Schiff Show Podcast on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/PeterSchiff/reviews/ SIGN UP FOR MY FREE NEWSLETTER: https://www.europac.com/ Schiff Gold News: http://www.SchiffGold.com/news Buy my newest book at http://www.tinyurl.com/RealCrash Follow me on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Instagram: https://Instagram.com/PeterSchiff