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Radio Toilet ov Hell
Toilet Radio 334 – Ravenous (feat. Rolderathis)

Radio Toilet ov Hell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 90:18


This week we're watching an edgyboi cannibal classic set in the Sierra Nevada mountains amid the Westward expansion of the United States, Ravenous! Three different directors, myriad production catastrophes, and a team of producers hell-bent on late-90s-ing the shit out of this movie could not hold it back. Join us as we watch Guy Pearce struggle with the morality of violence and cannibalism! Enjoy the delightful presence of Jeffrey Jones until we remember his whole deal! Listen to us argue about Christian themes vs Native American themes vs Manifest Destiny vs Robert Carlyle's excellent facial hair! You cannot defeat the wendigo, you can only die. It's a good one! NEXT WEEK: We're watching We Summon The Darkness (2019) with a very special RETURNING guest! Join us next time as the October Spooktacular continues. Music featured on this ‘sode: Arch Enemy – Ravenous from Wages of Sin Call into the show and leave us a message at (803) 712-3773. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Toilet Rad

Financial Survival Network
It's Good to Be a Debtor- John Rubino #5303

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 27:09


Summary: John Rubino and I catch up on all things in the economy starting with false information in the media—we are not receiving honest commentary on inflation, which could lead to other problems down the road. Furthermore, we discuss some of the effects of inflation in sectors such as energy, and discuss issues surrounding the Chinese real estate market and what could potentially happen. Highlights: -Is gold going to have its rally? When is it going to happen? -Joe Rogan exposed CNN for giving false information to adhere to their own agenda -The mainstream media is losing popularity and credibility -Attention is shifting from corporate networks to independent journalists -The media has lied about inflation—these lies can be fatal -$80+ per barrel oil -Heating bills in American homes are predicted to rise -The whole energy complex is in an inflationary spiral -How long does this have to continue before we see it as a psychological market shift? -People are buying things in fear of not being able to get them later at a reasonable price -You need to hold assets that are going to go up -It's better to be a debtor in an inflationary period -Developing countries are terrified of inflation in ways that we are not -Labor has the power to start clawing back some of the wealth taken from it -Renting is going to be a really difficult thing to do—they will be set by people charging as much as possible -The Chinese real estate market is the largest asset class -Chinese real estate and US treasury seem connected   John Rubino 10-18-21 Rogan! Americans' heating bills to soar up to 50% this winter Oil is over $80 a barrel. Labor flexes its muscle as leverage tips from employers to workers   (wage inflation) Labor unrest is making a comeback in the USA. Wages going up is a really bad thing as far as the Fed is concerned. Emerging market central banks raising rates because inflation is deadly there (this is big) Potemkin store shelves  https://twitter.com/DonDurrett/status/1449865683324395526?s=20 Renters are getting squeezed. Hedge funds are buying up the available housing stock and will squeeze the renter class. Chinese real estate bubble is bursting, perhaps the largest bubble in history and creation. 75% of household assets are wrapped up in real estate. Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Dollar Collapse

Primary Vision Network
The Economy - Global Economy Growth Estimates Falling (Finally), U.S. Inflation Accelerated, U.S. Wages & Spending Power, Europe & China Update 10/15/2021 #254

Primary Vision Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 74:05


***We are pleased to offer new sponsorship opportunities in The Economy, EIA Report and The Frac Spread Count.***Primary Vision Network is covering the hottest topics in energy and the economic implications affecting the US & International Markets.   PVN covers the energy sector as well as the full supply chain with a granular focus on "well to wheel" economics.  Get your brand in front of the movers & shakers of the oil & energy industry and align with the industry's most accurate and trusted content. Reach out to Lisa O'Keefe at lisa.okeefe@pvmic.com for more information.

Monica Matthews - Somebody's Got To Say It
Walmart Wages War Against Whites, America, & The Gospel- The Great American Industrial Fraud- WARNING-I'M ON FIRE

Monica Matthews - Somebody's Got To Say It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 70:43


Blown away. Walmart's white, male CEO who rakes in 22M a year has been training whites since 2018 on the guilt and shame of being white, American, Christian. The marketplace monopolizer and destroyer of small business in America now has the unmitigated gall to preach a gospel of social death, hell and destruction. I'm on FIRE- WARNING See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

AP Audio Stories
3 US-based economists win Nobel for research on wages, jobs

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 1:25


FPC Eldorado Sermons Podcast
Name Your Wages - Genesis 30:25-43

FPC Eldorado Sermons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


Genesis 30:25-43 - - Oct 3, 2021

Beau of The Fifth Column
Let's talk about the jobs report, early unemployment, and wages....

Beau of The Fifth Column

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 3:55


Don't forget to subscribe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beau-of-the-fifth-column/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beau-of-the-fifth-column/support

Unashamed with Phil Robertson
Ep 360 | Phil Wages War in His House of Horrors & an NBA Player Fearlessly Declares His Faith

Unashamed with Phil Robertson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 56:36


Phil springs into action after Miss Kay discovers a horror show on their bathroom ceiling. Jase talks about why Jesus is known as the Son of Man, and Zach emphasizes the importance of not diminishing the divinity of Jesus. Jase renders a group of men speechless with one question. Al applauds Orlando Magic player Jonathan Isaac for his bold acknowledgement of Jesus on national television. And Jase and Zach explain why God reveals himself in simple ways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville
Worship Is: Costly by Brian Wages 10-10-21

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 44:29


Weekly Message from Maranatha Church of Jacksonville. 10-10-21 Find out more at maranathajax.com

Insight On Business the News Hour
The Business News Headlines 8 October 2021

Insight On Business the News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 10:32


We were expecting a big number when the September Jobs Report was released this morning. Uhm...THAT didn't happen. What did set the tone for the day.  Beyond that, make sure you click through for a lighter piece with Jeff Pitts from Cityview Magazine and Stuff to DO in the Greater Des Moines Metro this weekend into next week. But, first the news: That jobs report...ugh; Wages, Workers and Jamie Dimon; Vaccine mandates and the airlines; Winter heating may get more pricy; The Wall Street Report; Kids, No Kids and Work Life. And, because it's Friday Jeff Pitts is in from Cityview with his list of stuff to do in the Greater DSM Metro…music, history, festivals and some side trips…riffing on our own stream of conciseness.  To listen...click here! Thanks for listening!  The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.

The Chad Benson Show
Average hourly wages up

The Chad Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 110:18


Average hourly wages up. Congress raises debt ceiling. Dave Chappelle and Cancel Culture. Chad's NFL picks. Vaccine fear tactics. Movies opening this weekend. US sub hit object underwater.

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville
Worship Is: For God By Brian Wages 10-03-21

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 54:16


Weekly Message from Maranatha Church of Jacksonville. 10-03-21. Find out more at maranathajax.com

Narcology
MAYOR WAGES WAR ON MEXICO CITY'S DEADLIEST CARTELS

Narcology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 2:32


World Business Report
Johnson seeks higher UK wages

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:14


Addressing his party conference, UK leader Boris Johnson called for higher worker wages. The speech came against a backdrop of widespread fuel shortages in recent weeks, and concerns about a lack of workers to pick crops and slaughter animals. We assess the prospects for Mr Johnson's vision with the independent economist Julian Jessop, and Kate Bell of the Trades Union Congress. Also in the programme, Google's chief sustainability officer Kate Brandt explains how the search engine hopes to become carbon free by 2030. Plus, amid concerns about students submitting work they didn't write, England is to make it illegal to offer essay-writing services to students for a fee. Gareth Crossman is the head of policy for the Quality Assurance Agency, which is responsible for safeguarding standards in UK higher education, and tells us how widespread the use of so-called essay mills actually is. Today's edition is presented by Rob Young, and produced by Benjie Guy and Elizabeth Hotson.

The Laura Flanders Show
F-Word: Worker Co-ops Coped with Covid. Why Can't Others?

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 3:01


The F-Word is released bi-weekly featuring timely commentaries by Laura Flanders and guests.October is National Co-op Month.  "Worker co-ops like New Era demonstrate that it's certainly possible to run a successful business while prioritizing safety and treating workers like fellow humans."Flex your media muscles, become a monthly sustaining member for $3, $5, $12 at https://Patreon.com/theLFShow

Money Talk For ER Docs™
Ep #52: Solving For Your True Hourly Rate

Money Talk For ER Docs™

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 36:12


ER Docs tend to think of their hourly rate in a very matter-of-fact way. Oh, it says “$225/hr in my contract,” for instance. But this is a very literal sense of “hourly rate” and actually doesn't account for important variables, both financial and non. So in this episode, we highlight all the additional factors that we think go into determining a true hourly rate for ER Docs and why it's important to know your score. You may be making more (or less) than you thought you were.  

Dare Great Things
DGT Episode 154 - King Saul, Goliath, David, And The Wages Of Temerity - The Anti Leaders Part 13

Dare Great Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 27:30


Most of us remember the life of King David in the Old Testament but few of us have ever studied the life of King Saul.  Just as the life of King David is an example to us of great leadership, the life of King Saul can be seen as an example of what I call “Anti-Leadership.”  In 1 Samuel 18 and 19, this anti leadership is on full display.  Saul is not only afraid to fight Goliath but gets jealous of David.  And his fear and jealousy have a lot to teach us about our own leadership today.

The Laura Flanders Show
Covid Couldn't Stop Worker Owned Co-ops

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 30:32


You'll find a link to watch this episode, check out the episode notes posted along with an invitation to join guests and Laura for a live premiere and chat event to view this week's episode via our YouTube channel, Sunday's 11:30am, at Patreon.com/theLFShow  When homecare workers at Cooperative Homecare Associates in the Bronx ran short of masks in the early days of the Covid pandemic, the worker-owners of Opportunity Threads in Morganton, North Carolina stepped up, retooling to make PPE for New York caregivers. Collaboration and democratic decision making is just part of how worker owned businesses, or co-ops, fared better than other companies during the pandemic. By and large they survived, even thrived, and today they're less likely to experience the labor shortages many businesses face as the economy reopens. “That's no coincidence,” say Laura's guests for this episode. Worker owned co-ops have long provided people the opportunity to create more just, resilient, and inclusive workplaces. To kick off International Co-op month, we hear from a journalist who's been covering this story, a law professor who advises co-ops, and one of the worker-owners of ChiFresh Kitchen, a Chicago-based co-op owned and operated mostly by formerly incarcerated women. Started during Covid, ChiFresh Kitchen continues to distribute tens of thousands of healthy meals a day to people who need them, and provide living wages to workers who are shut out elsewhere. All that plus Laura on two very different businesses in Chicago: El Milagro Tortilla and the New Era Windows cooperative.  Music in the Middle: “Self Love” by Joe Armon-Jones featuring Obongjayar from his album Turn to Clear View released on Brownswood Recordings. If you're a listener or a viewer, you spend time with us. Many of you have for years. So how about taking a few minutes to give us the support we need to keep doing what we do… Only a few minutes from you, pledging $3 or $5 or $11 a month, will keep us going all year. Go to Patreon.com/theLFShow and join our media team and support movement building. Thanks!

UPSTREAM
Ep. 12: Occupy Wall Street – A Decade Later

UPSTREAM

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 65:13


It's pretty crazy to think that it's already been a decade since Occupy Wall Street — but, at the same time, it also feels like forever ago. So much has changed since the encampment in Zuccotti Park, and subsequently, the thousands of encampments which popped up all over the world. But, sadly, a lot remains the same. And actually, if you're looking at wealth inequality and the power of the financial sector — things might even be worse. But no matter what your thoughts are on the Occupy movement, it's impossible to deny its sweeping impact, not just on the left, but much more broadly as well. You may have heard folks say that Occupy Wall Street was a failure — and if you're talking about how the movement failed to, say, overthrow capitalism and usher in a new era of eco-socialism devoid of subprime loans and hedge fund managers, then yes, sure, Occupy definitely didn't accomplish that. But to say the movement was a failure is to overlook so, so much. And that's what we want to talk about in this episode: the things that Occupy gave us. The networks that were built, the ideas that were shaped around democracy — not just the electoral form of democracy that's confined to the ballot box, but real, direct democracy — the space that was created to exercise the muscles of solidarity and cooperativism, mutual aid and political organizing, as well as the shifts in public discourse…in the next hour, we'll look at how the chaotic, fervent explosion that was Occupy Wall Street manifested from the moments after the encampments were cleared to today — ten years later. Featuring: Chris Hedges – Journalist and author of many books, including Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt, and most recently, America: The Farewell Tour Ethan Earle – Paris-based political consultant who has written extensively about Occupy Wall Street Stephanie Luce – Professor of labor studies at the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies and also a professor of sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center Ruth Milkman – Professor at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City Nathan Schneider – Professor of media studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder and author of Everything for Everyone: The Radical Tradition that Is Shaping the Next Economy Tamara Shapiro – NYC activist and facilitator, a co-founder of Movement Netlab, and currently the Program Director at the NYC Network of Worker Cooperatives Esteban Kelly – Executive Director of the U.S. Federation of Worker Co-ops Music by: ​ Do Make Say Think Chris Zabriskie Taylor Deupree Karl Blau American Football Thank you to Bethan Mure for the cover art. Upstream theme music was composed by Robert. This episode of Upstream was produced as part of a collective of podcasts brought together to explore the legacy of Occupy Wall Street, in light of the 10 year anniversary. Through this project you can also hear analysis on the impact of Occupy from shows like The Dig, Economic Update, and Belabored — all podcasts that we would highly recommend checking out. The producing partners for this project are the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation's New York office and The New School's Milano program. You can learn more and listen to some of the other episodes by visiting RosaLux.NYC/Occupy Upstream is a labor of love — we couldn't keep this project going without the generosity of our listeners and fans. Please consider chipping in a one-time or recurring donation at www.upstreampodcast.org/support Also, if your organization wants to sponsor one of our upcoming documentaries, we have a number of sponsorship packages available. Find out more at upstreampodcast.org/sponsorship For more from Upstream, visit www.upstreampodcast.org and follow us on social media: Facebook.com/upstreampodcast twitter.com/UpstreamPodcast Instagram.com/upstreampodcast You can also subscribe to us on Apple Podcast and Spotify: Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upst…am/id1082594532 Spotify: spoti.fi/2AryXHs

Upstream
Ep. 12: Occupy Wall Street – A Decade Later

Upstream

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 65:13


It's pretty crazy to think that it's already been a decade since Occupy Wall Street — but, at the same time, it also feels like forever ago. So much has changed since the encampment in Zuccotti Park, and subsequently, the thousands of encampments which popped up all over the world. But, sadly, a lot remains the same. And actually, if you're looking at wealth inequality and the power of the financial sector — things might even be worse. But no matter what your thoughts are on the Occupy movement, it's impossible to deny its sweeping impact, not just on the left, but much more broadly as well. You may have heard folks say that Occupy Wall Street was a failure — and if you're talking about how the movement failed to, say, overthrow capitalism and usher in a new era of eco-socialism devoid of subprime loans and hedge fund managers, then yes, sure, Occupy definitely didn't accomplish that. But to say the movement was a failure is to overlook so, so much. And that's what we want to talk about in this episode: the things that Occupy gave us. The networks that were built, the ideas that were shaped around democracy — not just the electoral form of democracy that's confined to the ballot box, but real, direct democracy — the space that was created to exercise the muscles of solidarity and cooperativism, mutual aid and political organizing, as well as the shifts in public discourse…in the next hour, we'll look at how the chaotic, fervent explosion that was Occupy Wall Street manifested from the moments after the encampments were cleared to today — ten years later. Featuring: Chris Hedges – Journalist and author of many books, including Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt, and most recently, America: The Farewell Tour Ethan Earle – Paris-based political consultant who has written extensively about Occupy Wall Street Stephanie Luce – Professor of labor studies at the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies and also a professor of sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center Ruth Milkman – Professor at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City Nathan Schneider – Professor of media studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder and author of Everything for Everyone: The Radical Tradition that Is Shaping the Next Economy Tamara Shapiro – NYC activist and facilitator, a co-founder of Movement Netlab, and currently the Program Director at the NYC Network of Worker Cooperatives Esteban Kelly – Executive Director of the U.S. Federation of Worker Co-ops Music by: ​ Do Make Say Think Chris Zabriskie Taylor Deupree Karl Blau American Football Thank you to Bethan Mure for the cover art. Upstream theme music was composed by Robert. This episode of Upstream was produced as part of a collective of podcasts brought together to explore the legacy of Occupy Wall Street, in light of the 10 year anniversary. Through this project you can also hear analysis on the impact of Occupy from shows like The Dig, Economic Update, and Belabored — all podcasts that we would highly recommend checking out. The producing partners for this project are the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation's New York office and The New School's Milano program. You can learn more and listen to some of the other episodes by visiting RosaLux.NYC/Occupy Upstream is a labor of love — we couldn't keep this project going without the generosity of our listeners and fans. Please consider chipping in a one-time or recurring donation at www.upstreampodcast.org/support Also, if your organization wants to sponsor one of our upcoming documentaries, we have a number of sponsorship packages available. Find out more at upstreampodcast.org/sponsorship For more from Upstream, visit www.upstreampodcast.org and follow us on social media: Facebook.com/upstreampodcast twitter.com/UpstreamPodcast Instagram.com/upstreampodcast You can also subscribe to us on Apple Podcast and Spotify: Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upst…am/id1082594532 Spotify: spoti.fi/2AryXHs

Upstream
Ep. 12: Occupy Wall Street – A Decade Later

Upstream

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 65:13


It's pretty crazy to think that it's already been a decade since Occupy Wall Street — but, at the same time, it also feels like forever ago. So much has changed since the encampment in Zuccotti Park, and subsequently, the thousands of encampments which popped up all over the world. But, sadly, a lot remains the same. And actually, if you're looking at wealth inequality and the power of the financial sector — things might even be worse. But no matter what your thoughts are on the Occupy movement, it's impossible to deny its sweeping impact, not just on the left, but much more broadly as well. You may have heard folks say that Occupy Wall Street was a failure — and if you're talking about how the movement failed to, say, overthrow capitalism and usher in a new era of eco-socialism devoid of subprime loans and hedge fund managers, then yes, sure, Occupy definitely didn't accomplish that. But to say the movement was a failure is to overlook so, so much. And that's what we want to talk about in this episode: the things that Occupy gave us. The networks that were built, the ideas that were shaped around democracy — not just the electoral form of democracy that's confined to the ballot box, but real, direct democracy — the space that was created to exercise the muscles of solidarity and cooperativism, mutual aid and political organizing, as well as the shifts in public discourse…in the next hour, we'll look at how the chaotic, fervent explosion that was Occupy Wall Street manifested from the moments after the encampments were cleared to today — ten years later. Featuring: Chris Hedges – Journalist and author of many books, including Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt, and most recently, America: The Farewell Tour Ethan Earle – Paris-based political consultant who has written extensively about Occupy Wall Street Stephanie Luce – Professor of labor studies at the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies and also a professor of sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center Ruth Milkman – Professor at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City Nathan Schneider – Professor of media studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder and author of Everything for Everyone: The Radical Tradition that Is Shaping the Next Economy Tamara Shapiro – NYC activist and facilitator, a co-founder of Movement Netlab, and currently the Program Director at the NYC Network of Worker Cooperatives Esteban Kelly – Executive Director of the U.S. Federation of Worker Co-ops Music by: ​ Do Make Say Think Chris Zabriskie Taylor Deupree Karl Blau American Football Thank you to Bethan Mure for the cover art. Upstream theme music was composed by Robert. This episode of Upstream was produced as part of a collective of podcasts brought together to explore the legacy of Occupy Wall Street, in light of the 10 year anniversary. Through this project you can also hear analysis on the impact of Occupy from shows like The Dig, Economic Update, and Belabored — all podcasts that we would highly recommend checking out. The producing partners for this project are the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation's New York office and The New School's Milano program. You can learn more and listen to some of the other episodes by visiting RosaLux.NYC/Occupy Upstream is a labor of love — we couldn't keep this project going without the generosity of our listeners and fans. Please consider chipping in a one-time or recurring donation at www.upstreampodcast.org/support Also, if your organization wants to sponsor one of our upcoming documentaries, we have a number of sponsorship packages available. Find out more at upstreampodcast.org/sponsorship For more from Upstream, visit www.upstreampodcast.org and follow us on social media: Facebook.com/upstreampodcast twitter.com/UpstreamPodcast Instagram.com/upstreampodcast You can also subscribe to us on Apple Podcast and Spotify: Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upst…am/id1082594532 Spotify: spoti.fi/2AryXHs

The State of Us
3 Million More Jobs Than Workers - How Businesses React

The State of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 38:51


The United States has more job openings now than at any other point in history. With employers struggling to fill empty positions, they are forced to be creative. Justin and Lance discuss why there is a labor shortage and what employers are trying to acquire new talent. tags: tsou, justin weller, lance jackson, work, labor, economics, wages, job, politics, employer, money, career, hire, demand, supply, united states

Full Disclosure
Restaurants: Impossible?

Full Disclosure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 52:33


Help wanted...desperately. Everywhere. Wages are up, but so are no-shows. Meanwhile, food costs are spiking and supply chains are rusty. The crisis has more and more restaurants curtailing hours and even shutting down outright. What gives?

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville
Gideon Part 4: Victory by Brian Wages 09-26-21

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 37:31


Weekly Message from Maranatha Church of Jacksonville. 09-26-21 Find out more at maranathajax.com

Inside Julia's Kitchen
Meet Karen Stabiner and Sandy D'Amato

Inside Julia's Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 62:36


This week on Inside Julia's Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes journalist Karen Stabiner, the west coast editor of The Counter, an award-winning nonprofit newsroom, and chef and cooking teacher Sandy D'Amato of Good Stock Farm in Hatfield, Massachusetts. They discuss what restaurants mean to our communities and how communities have been supporting restaurants throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Plus, we get another double Julia Moment. Photos Courtesy of Sandy D'Amato and Karen StabinerHeritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Inside Julia's Kitchen by becoming a member!Inside Julia's Kitchen is Powered by Simplecast.

Sovereign Man
Does anyone honestly believe that inflation is ‘transitory' anymore?

Sovereign Man

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 32:37


In the early summer of 1514, Spanish conquistador Ponce de Leon returned home to the court of King Ferdinand as a hero. De Leon was among the first of Spain's conquistadors to discover gold-- right here in Puerto Rico. And that was enough for him to be knighted and bestowed all sorts of royal honors. By that time, Europe had been suffering a shortage of gold and silver for nearly a century; mines and mints had closed down all across the continent, triggering what economic historians call ‘The Great Bullion Famine' in the mid 1400s. So the supply of money, i.e. gold and silver, was essentially stagnant. Technically European money supply was falling, because most European kingdoms ran a trade deficit with Asia and the Middle East. Yet at the same time, European economies were finally starting to grow again following the consequences of the Black Plague and the Hundred Years War. English wool production, for example, nearly tripled between the mid 1400s and the early 1500s. So with more goods and services being produced at a time that money supply was falling, prices declined. This essentially what deflation is. Wages, rents, and food prices in Spain, for example, dropped 25% over a century, according to economic historian E.J. Hamilton. Now that actually sounds pretty good. But to Europe's rulers, this deflation was a total catastrophe. And it sparked a number of international expeditions to find more gold. Ponce de Leon was just one of many conquistadors to discover rich mineral deposits in Latin America… and then enslave the local populations to mine them. The end result was a veritable mountain of gold being transported back to Spain, triggering a flood of new money into Europe's economies. Suddenly there was a surge in the money supply… yet roughly the same amount of goods and services being produced. You can probably imagine what happened next: inflation. These are clearly simple concepts; it doesn't take a Ph.D. in economics to understand that, when you flood the financial system with money, it's going to have an impact on prices. That was true in Spain in the 1500s. And it's true today as well. Earlier this year when the government announced sharply higher inflation for the month of March, the Federal Reserve deemed the inflation to be ‘transitory'. That was six months ago. Inflation has surged even higher since then. It's not hard to understand why. First off-- the Fed expanded the money supply last year more than in any other year in US history except for 1943. That's obviously going to have an impact. At the same time, the government forced businesses to close… and then paid people to stay home and NOT work. So essentially we had a LOT more money in the system, but far fewer goods and services being produced. This has predictably created substantial inflation. Here's what's really interesting, though. In its announcement yesterday, the Fed tacitly acknowledged this big inflation problem. They understand that their zero interest rate policy and their bonanza of money printing are both driving prices higher. They also understand that inflation is a MAJOR concern. But then they essentially said, “Yeah, we'll get to it in a couple of months.” This was astonishing. To give you an example, the Fed has been engaged in a ‘bond buying' program… which means that they're flooding the financial system with $120 billion per month in new money. This is definitely a major factor that contributes to inflation. Yet according to its announcement yesterday, the Fed is not even going to START the process of terminating this program until November. And even then, it will take them until the middle of NEXT YEAR before it's been fully wound up. What's more, the Fed suggests that they might start raising interest rates by the end of 2022… and only HALF of the voting members think that's a good idea. Unreal.

DigiGods
DigiGods Episode 227: Zack Snyder's DigiGods

DigiGods

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 100:39


4k releases for Zack Snyder's Justice League, In the Heights and F9 as well as A Clockwork Orange, The Shawshank Redemption and the first four Star Trek movies, plus television, a host of Kino Studio Classics and the Blu-ray debut of Alan Parker's Bugsy Malone! DigiGods Podcast, 09/22/21 (M4a) — 46.88 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the Gods discuss: Arabesque (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Bäckström, Series 1 (DVD) Balthazar, Series 3 (DVD) Batwoman: The Complete Second Season (Blu-ray) Black Widow (Blu-ray) The Blacklist Season 8 (Blu-ray) Bloodlands (DVD) Blue Bloods: The Eleventh Season (DVD) Boss Baby Family Business (4k UHD Blu-ray) Breakdown LE (Paramount Presents) (Blu-ray) Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Bugsy Malone (Paramount Presents) (Blu-ray) Carole Lombard Collection II [Hands Across the Table / Love Before Breakfast / The Princess Comes Across] (Blu-ray) Chaos Walking (4k UHD Blu-ray) A Clockwork Orange (4k UHD Blu-ray) Code 3: LA Sheriff's Case Files (DVD) Coogan's Bluff (Blu-ray) Crococile Dundee Trilogy (Blu-ray) Cruella (Blu-ray) The Dark (MVD Rewind( (Blu-ray) Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid: SE (Blu-ray) Death Ring (Blu-ray) Embattled (Blu-ray) The Equalizer: Season One (DVD) F9 (4k UHD Blu-ray) Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 (Blu-ray) Fire (Blu-ray) The Forever Purge (4k UHD Blu-ray) The French Conspiracy aka L'Attentat / The Assassination / Plot (Blu-ray) Girl Gang / Pin – Down Girl: Forbidden Fruit Vol. 11 (Blu-ray) The Go Go Boys: The Inside Story of Canon Films (MVD Rewind) (Blu-ray) Golden Needles (Blu-ray) The Good Doctor Season 4 (DVD) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 4K UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) Guyana: Cult of the Damned (Blu-ray) Hardball (Blu-ray) The Hot Spot (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) The House on Sorority Row (MVD Rewind) (Blu-ray) Hunter Hunter (Blu-ray) In the Good Old Summertime (Blu-ray) In the Heights (4k UHD Blu-ray) J.C. (Blu-ray) Keeping Faith: Series 3 (Blu-ray) The Lash of the Penitentes (Forbidden Fruit: The Golden Age of Exploitation Pictures, Vol. 9) (Blu-ray) The Last Man on Earth (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Magnum P.I.: Season Three (DVD) Mare of Easttown: An HBO Original Limited Series (Blu-ray) Master of the World (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Mortuary (MVD Rewind) (Blu-ray) Murdoch Mysteries, Season 14 (Blu-ray) Nashville (Paramount Presents) (Blu-ray) NCIS: Los Angeles: The Twelfth Season (DVD) NCIS: New Orleans: The Complete Series (DVD) NCIS: New Orleans: The Final Season (DVD) NCIS: The Eighteenth Season (DVD) One Crazy Summer (Blu-ray) Peek-A-Boo / "B" Girl Rhapsody (Forbidden Fruit: The Golden Age of the Exploitation Picture, Vol. 12) (Blu-ray) Percy (Blu-ray) A Place in the Sun (Paramount Presents) (Blu-ray) The Power (DVD) Prince of the City (Blu-ray) Pufnstuf (Blu-ray) Runaway Train (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) S.W.A.T. Season 4 (DVD) SEAL Team: Season Four (DVD) Shadow of the Thin Man (Blu-ray) The Shawshank Redemption (4k UHD Blu-ray) Slaxx (DVD) Soul of the Midnight Special (DVD) Spaceballs (Special Edition) (4k UHD Blu-ray) Star Trek: The Original Four Movie Collection (Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek: The Search for Spock, Star Trek: The Voyage Home (4k UHD Blu-ray) Stranger on the Run (Blu-ray) A Suitable Boy (DVD) Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (Blu-ray) Tremors 2: Aftershocks (Blu-ray) Tremors 3: Back to Perfection (Blu-ray) Tremors 4: The Legend Begins (Blu-ray) The Two Worlds of Jennie Logan (Blu-ray) Ultraman 80: The Complete Series (DVD) Ultraman Zero Collection (Blu-ray) The Ultraman: The Complete Series (DVD) The Valdez Horses AKA Chino (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Wages of Sin (Forbidden Fruit: The Golden Age of the Exploitation Picture Vol. 10) (Blu-ray) Western Classics II [The Redhead from Wyoming / Pillars of the Sky / Gun for a Coward] (Blu-ray) Young Sheldon: The Complete Fourth Season (DVD) Zack Snyder's Justice League (4k UHD Blu-ray) Please also visit CineGods.com. 

Reality San Francisco
Sunday Teaching: Authority, Demons, & Kingdom Living

Reality San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 37:25


Eugene Cho teaches from Mark 1:21-34 on living into the authority of Christ and His kingdom. Eugene is the founder and former pastor of Quest Church in Seattle, founder and president of One Day's Wages, and the president & CEO of Bread for the World. Slides available at https://bit.ly/3lAzU6A

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville
Gideon Part 3: You Have Too Many by Brian Wages 09-19-21

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 35:12


Weekly Message from Maranatha Church of Jacksonville. Find out more at maranathajax.com

The John Batchelor Show
1692: 2/2 What Sixty Years of Immigration Represents for Education, Wages, Opportunities. Robert Krol, @Mercatus HFN

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 9:45


Photo:  Bedouin refugees 1917   2/2   What Sixty Years of Immigration Represents for Education, Wages, Opportunities. Robert Krol, @Mercatus HFN https://www.mercatus.org/publications/immigration/immigration-and-us-labor-market-outcome Robert Krol, @Mercatus Senior Affiliated Scholar Robert Krol is an emeritus professor of economics at California State University, Northridge; a Senior Affiliated Scholar for the Mercatus Center at George Mason University; and a member of the Heartland Institute's Board of Policy Advisors.  

The John Batchelor Show
1692: 1/2 What Sixty Years of Immigration Represents for Education, Wages, Opportunities. Robert Krol, @Mercatus HFN

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 13:05


Photo:  immigrants disembarking; 1912 1/2   What Sixty Years of Immigration Represents for Education, Wages, Opportunities. Robert Krol, @Mercatus HFN https://www.mercatus.org/publications/immigration/immigration-and-us-labor-market-outcome Robert Krol, @Mercatus Senior Affiliated Scholar Robert Krol is an emeritus professor of economics at California State University, Northridge; a Senior Affiliated Scholar for the Mercatus Center at George Mason University; and a member of the Heartland Institute's Board of Policy Advisors.  

Partners
What's Going On In Our Salad Bowl

Partners

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 23:28


Take a deeper dive into the cost and availability of what's in our current and future salad bowls. Bob Young, president of Agricultural Prospects and former chief economist with the American Farm Bureau sorts it out, and Jamie Johansson, California farmer and president of the California Farm Bureau who has details on the drought and wildfires impacting what some call our nation's salad bowl.

Gerald Celente - Trend Vision 2020
INFLATION UP, WAGES DOWN, CHINA'S ECONOMY IS WEAKENING

Gerald Celente - Trend Vision 2020

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 24:36


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Omni Talk
Fast Five | Amazon And The War On Wages

Omni Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 40:08


In today's Fast Five Podcast, sponsored by Takeoff and the A&M Consumer and Retail Group, A&M's David Ritter and Kristin Kohler Burrows join Chris and Anne to debate: - What Amazon's latest moves to increase wages and offer free college tuition for its employees signal for the rest of the retail industry. - The recent layoffs at Casper and whether they are a canary in the coal mine for other DTC brands or simply an isolated event. - Amazon mega-roller-upper Thrasio's recent $100 million spending spree and what it could mean for the CPG industry. - Peloton's overt move into private label apparel. - And, close with a discussion on buyers' clubs through the examination lens of Beauty Pie, a buyers' club in the health and wellness space that just raised $100 million. There's all that plus taco subscription runs to the border and what we think is also likely fake news from Deutsche bank on the size of the Walmart+ subscription base. To learn more about the A&M Consumer & Retail Group, visit: www.alvarezandmarsal.com/industries/retail/retail To learn more about Takeoff, visit: www.takeoff.com/ Plus, check out our ranking in Feedspot's 45 Top Retail Podcasts: blog.feedspot.com/retail_podcasts/ Music by HookSounds.com

Spectator Radio
The Edition: who's afraid of rising wages?

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 44:34


In this week's episode: is Brexit to blame for the rise in blue-collar wages? With labour shortages driving wages up, many have blamed Britain's removal from the single market. However, this week in The Spectator, Matthew Lynn argues that shocks and price signals are how the free-market economy reorganises, and that we are experiencing a global trend just like America and Germany. Simon Jenkins, columnist for the Guardian, joins Matthew to discuss. (00:45) Also this week: the British Medical Association has dropped its opposition to assisted dying, but is euthanasia really a dignified and painless process? Dr Joel Zivot asks this question in The Spectator magazine, drawing upon his own experience as an expert witness against the use of lethal injection in America. Dr Jacky Davis, radiologist and chair of the Healthcare Professionals for Assisted Dying, disagrees. Davis, who pushed the motion causing the BMA to change its position, calls claims that assisted dying is a painful process 'unscientific shroud-waving', a claim she debates with Dr Zivot this week. (13:43) And finally, Non-Fungible Tokens are selling at extortionate prices online, and are proudly hanging on the virtual walls of many. But can they really be considered art? Jack Rivlin writes about his own experience of purchasing NFTs in this week's Spectator. He is joined by Nima Sagharachi, director of Middle Eastern, Islamic and South Asian Art at Bonhams. (30:20) Hosted by William Moore Produced by Sam Holmes and Oscar Edmondson

The Edition
Payday: who's afraid of rising wages?

The Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 44:34


In this week's episode: is Brexit to blame for the rise in blue-collar wages? With labour shortages driving wages up, many have blamed Britain's removal from the single market. However, this week in The Spectator, Matthew Lynn argues that shocks and price signals are how the free-market economy reorganises, and that we are experiencing a global trend just like America and Germany. Simon Jenkins, columnist for the Guardian, joins Matthew to discuss. (00:45) Also this week: the British Medical Association has dropped its opposition to assisted dying, but is euthanasia really a dignified and painless process? Dr Joel Zivot asks this question in The Spectator magazine, drawing upon his own experience as an expert witness against the use of lethal injection in America. Dr Jacky Davis, radiologist and chair of the Healthcare Professionals for Assisted Dying, disagrees. Davis, who pushed the motion causing the BMA to change its position, calls claims that assisted dying is a painful process 'unscientific shroud-waving', a claim she debates with Dr Zivot this week. (13:43) And finally, Non-Fungible Tokens are selling at extortionate prices online, and are proudly hanging on the virtual walls of many. But can they really be considered art? Jack Rivlin writes about his own experience of purchasing NFTs in this week's Spectator. He is joined by Nima Sagharachi, director of Middle Eastern, Islamic and South Asian Art at Bonhams. (30:20) Hosted by William Moore Produced by Sam Holmes and Oscar Edmondson

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville
Gideon Part 2: Time For Action by Brian Wages 09-12-21

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 40:26


Weekly Message from Maranatha Church of Jacksonville. Find out more at maranathajax.com

The Kuhner Report
Biden Wages War on the Unvaccinated

The Kuhner Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 43:40


Unaccepted Pod
Weeb Redemptions, EV crate motors and Chip shortage wages on

Unaccepted Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 60:38


From Southern California a couple of weebs talk about Cars, grassroots track events, anime, and the Otaku culture. As well as Cover local events, introduce local business owners and anything else we want! Follow us on IG Twitch Facebook and Twitter @UnacceptedPod Twitch streams Mondays @8pm Website: UnacceptedPod.com wanna submit an Unaccepted Rev? got a suggestion? wanna be a guest? send a DEATH threat? Contact us: Unacceptedpodcast@gmail.com

IBN
YGAMF: UGA vs Clemson, TLS wages war, WTF has a saltine corner, ESPN gets catfished and more.

IBN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 39:37


Actively Lazy and the Commish break down the week that was in the IBN Sports group.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ibnetwork/support

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville
Gideon Part 1: Mighty Warrior by Brian Wages

Maranatha Church of Jacksonville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 45:47


Weekly Message from Maranatha Church of Jacksonville. Find out more at maranathajax.com

The Real Investment Show Podcast
Financial Fitness Friday episode | The Real Investment Show (Full Show EDIT) 9/3/21

The Real Investment Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 35:21


Markets steel themselves for today's Jobs Report; Has the Real Estate market peaked? The dynamics of Labor, Wages, and Transitional Unemployment; Portfolio management with concentrated investments; budgeting worksheets & software; Medicare Advantage vs Medigap. ------ SEG-1: Has the Real Estate Market peaked? SEG-2: The Benefits of Trimming Portfolios SEG-3: Budget Helps; Medicare Advantage vs Medigap -------- Hosted by RIA Director of Financial Planning, Richard Rosso, CFP, w Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFP -------- Articles Mentioned in this show: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/valuations-are-extreme-even-with-rose-tinted-glasses -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: Stocks on the Move" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWrHKGNkVvc&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1&t=1s -------- Our previous show, "Derailing Fed Tapering" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOlngmXqPL0&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=2 -------- Register for the next Retirement Right Lane class: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/evrplus_registration/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=3 -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #DeltaVariant #FedTaper #S&P_5000 #Bitcoin #Gold #Stocks #Trading #Rates #Money #Markets #Inflation #Pandemic #MedicareAdvantage #Medigap

Marketplace Morning Report
Can wages still keep trending upward?

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 7:23


We look into the improving wages outlook for workers as we await numbers from the August jobs report. Signing bonuses, higher starting pay and more overall options have fueled the rise of earnings, but can the momentum last? The BBC reports on the United States being the most popular “vaccine tourist” destination. It’s already holiday shopping season at the ports, which are starting to fill up.

Marketplace All-in-One
Can wages still keep trending upward?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 7:23


We look into the improving wages outlook for workers as we await numbers from the August jobs report. Signing bonuses, higher starting pay and more overall options have fueled the rise of earnings, but can the momentum last? The BBC reports on the United States being the most popular “vaccine tourist” destination. It’s already holiday shopping season at the ports, which are starting to fill up.

theAnalysis.news
The Necessity for Higher Wages – Heiner Flassbeck on RAI Pt 4/5

theAnalysis.news

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 11:34


Mr. Flassbeck, former head of UNCTAD, says we're going into the Japanese scenario, a stagnation with a kind of deflation because we have no purchasing power in the hands of the mass of the consumers. This is an episode of Reality Asserts Itself, produced July 31, 2014, with Paul Jay.

Sinica Podcast
Historian Adam Tooze on why China's modern history should matter to Americans

Sinica Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 62:09


This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with the Columbia historian Adam Tooze, who returns to the program a year after his first appearance. A prolific writer and wide-ranging public intellectual, Adam was trained as a Germanist and has focused, in his writings, largely on economic history. His books include The Wages of Destruction: The Making and Breaking of the Nazi Economy, The Deluge: The Great War, America and the Remaking of the Global Order, 1916–1931, and Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crisis Changed the World. In July, Adam published an ambitious essay titled “Why there is no solution to our age of crisis without China” in The New Statesman, in which he lays out a brief history of China from the crisis of the Qing Empire in the 19th century through China's “Century of Humiliation” up to the project of national rejuvenation, which has been the focus of Xí Jìnpíng's 习近平 time in office. Adam talks about why he feels it's important to occasionally venture outside one's own field of specialization, as he did in writing on China as a non-specialist; the folly of two oft-cited historical analogies, comparing China with both Wilhelmine and Hitlerian Germany; the importance of comparative history in making sense of contemporary international relations; and America's difficulty, when it comes to China, in accepting pluralism from anything but a position of dominance.16:02: What we get wrong about the Thucydides Trap and other historical analogies about China21:17: Why the modern P.R.C. is not a mature fascist state28:58: The iterative nature of China's economic modernization 46:59: China as a civilization vs. China as a nation stateA transcript of this episode is available on SupChina.com.Recommendations:Adam: Stalingrad, by Vasily Grossman.Kaiser: The Spanish-language television series The Legend of El Cid.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Takeline
Sports Betting, UFC Wages, Summer League + Ben Fowlkes

Takeline

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 68:26


This week on Takeline, Jason and Renee discuss how the embrace of betting by pro leagues will affect the sports industry. Later in the show, Renee talks about her experience at Summer League. Plus, Ben Fowlkes of The Athletic joins to talk about Cheyanne Buys viral press conference and the controversy around how the UFC pays its fighters. Don't forget to smash the subscribe button at http://youtube.com/takelineshow for exclusive video clips and to watch ALL CAPS NBA. New episodes every Friday! Take Crooked's listener survey: crooked.com/survey For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/takeline. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

TechStuff
Tech News: Netflix Wages War Against VPNs

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 35:55


Netflix tries to stop people from using VPNs to view region-locked material. Facebook faces new anticompetitive investigations in the UK. A report shows the New York Police Department spent more than 150 million dollars on surveillance tech without public oversight. And more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

rSlash
r/Maliciouscompliance My Boss Said to Report Him for Not Paying Wages... So I Did!

rSlash

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 16:06


r/Maliciouscompliance In today's episode, OP has a toxic employer who doesn't want to pay OP's government-mandated fees. The employer is supposed to pay into OP's retirement fund, but it turns out that the boss is stiffing OP. The boss throws out a smug, "If you don't like, it report it to the authorities." So, that's exactly what OP does! He reports the boss to the government authority for tax evasion, and the government immediately starts breathing down the boss's next. Be careful what you wish for! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app · Music + Talk: Got an idea for a Music + Talk show? Get started by downloading the free Anchor app or going to anchor.fm/musicplustalk anchor.fm/musicplustalk