Episode 170: Chutatip "Nok" Suntaranon (Kalaya, Philadelphia); Author & Journalist Joshua David Stein on the Fate of the Reset & Other Hot Topics
Andrew Talks to Chefs
Chutatip "Nok" Suntaranon, the chef and owner of Philadelphia's acclaimed Kalaya restaurant, tells the fascinating story of her circuitous route to her current success and her unique approach to management and hospitality.In The Line Up, our news and commentary segment, author and journalist Joshua David Stein discusses the fate of the Reset and related industry subjects. (Check out Joshua's new book Cooking for Your Kids: At Home with the World's Greatest Chefs and Joshua's Zoom chat with Sean Brock & Mina Park this Saturday, July 10 at 4pm EST.)And in our jobs-of-the-week segment, we share some of the great positions our sponsor Brad Metzger Restaurant Solutions (BMRS) is currently looking to fill. (Andrew Talks to Chefs listeners are encouraged to reach out to BMRS at the special, dedicated email address created just for you at ATC@restaurant-solutions.com.)All that plus Andrew's notes on the restaurants he visited this week.To learn more about the Valrhona School Pastry Classes being offered this summer--click here!Andrew Talks to Chefs is sponsored in part by meez; please check out this revolutionary new interactive recipe database and tool for professional chefs and cooks.Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer affiliated with our former host network; please visit and bookmark our official website for all show updates, blog posts, personal and virtual appearances, and related information.
David Stein on *Fearing Inflation, Inflating Fears*
Reviving Growth Keynesianism
This week we talked to David Stein about his dissertation, "Fearing Inflation, Inflating Fears" and the centrality of full employment to the black freedom struggle. From the 1930s through the 1970s, the fight for a job went hand in hand with the fight for freedom and equality. The proposal for a Job Guarantee, it turns out, has multiple origins - one was in the fight against Jim Crow monetary policy. Cold War complications ultimately undid the movement for a time, but its coming back today. *** LINKS ***Follow David on Twitter @DavidpSteinRead David's work at the Boston Review, "Why Coretta Scott King Fought For a Job Guarantee" here: http://bostonreview.net/class-inequality-race/david-stein-why-coretta-scott-king-fought-job-guarantee And find the rest of his academic publications here: https://ucla.academia.edu/DavidSteinAlso mentioned: - Who Makes Cents podcast (now run by Jessica Ann Levy), https://whomakescentspodcast.com/- Landon Storrs, *The Second Red Scare and the Unmaking of the New Deal Left* https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691153964/the-second-red-scare-and-the-unmaking-of-the-new-deal-left- Destin Jenkins on white fraternity, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iAGfuPJqM8- Cedric Robinson, http://bostonreview.net/race-philosophy-religion/robin-d-g-kelley-why-black-marxism-why-now- Kristoffer Smemo and Samir Sonti, and Gabriel Winant on the 1958 recession, https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/690968
9. Strong Governance Keeps SWIB Positioned for Success, with Board of Trustees Chair David Stein
The SWIB Podcast: Wisconsin Retirement System Insights
As an institution, SWIB has had to adapt and overcome significant challenges over the last year — among them, frenetic markets, the workplace disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the passing of SWIB's former executive director and chief investment officer David Villa.But through it all, SWIB has continued to serve members of the Wisconsin Retirement System at a high level, due in large part to the unique governance structure that positions SWIB as a global leader in public pension asset management.In this episode, we discuss how SWIB's nine-member, independent board of trustees supports the solid foundation of leadership that makes SWIB’s success possible with Board of Trustees Chair David Stein. We talk to David about the search for and recent appointment of SWIB's new Executive Director and Chief Investment Officer Edwin Denson, the board's vision for the future, and how strong governance is keeping SWIB well-positioned for the future.
Episode 47: Confirmation of Elijah Ruddat and David Stein
Confirmation of Elijah And David 1:21 Elijah “Why I want to be a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church.” 4:26 David: “Why I am glad to be a Christian” 7:19 Prayer by congregation and Rite of Confirmation 9:53 Sermon “Equipped with Power” If you have any questions or comments, contact Pastor.
What Will Ultimately Drive The Silver Price Higher David Stein Of Kuya Silver
Arcadia Economics Gold & Silver Podcast
Join me as we discuss the virtues of silver with David Stein, CEO of Kuya Silver.David is a trained geologist with multiple university degrees, whose focus of post-graduate studies were on prominent silver projects. David's wealth of knowledge uniquely positions him as a silver market expert.To that end, David recently completed a 40-year study of the gold to silver ratio and came away with an astounding observation. Silver trades along with gold 80% of the time.Despite having higher volatility than gold, silver comes back to gold the majority of the time. Essentially, silver is still money, and in a gold bull market such as the one we are experiencing, should continue to rise until silver reaches historical alignment with the gold to silver ratio of 15-1.In addition to that stunning study, David provides an update on his silver mine in Peru. While Peru has experienced some political uncertainty, the government's dedication to the mining sector and its job creation benefits has not wavered.In fact, Kuya's mine project, Bethania, is poised to produce a PEA and expand its drilling program in 2021 all at the same time. The news flow from the mine should increase investor interest at precisely the time in which silver is resuming its next leg of the bull market in 2021, right along with gold.Perhaps the best endorsement of Kuya is Eric Sprott's 5% stake in the company, in addition to management's 29% position, both signaling a serious commitment to the success of the project. Learn more about Kuya's silver mines here:
Today I'm speaking with David Stein about a few of the most important questions to ask yourself when it comes to mastering successful investing. David Stein is the founder of the Money For the Rest of Us investment education platform. Since 2014, he has produced and hosted the Money For the Rest of Us investing podcast and led the Money for the Rest of Us Plus membership community. David's podcast reaches over 40,000 listeners per episode and has over 14 million downloads. He is the author of Money for the Rest of Us: 10 Questions to Master Successful Investing, which was published by McGraw-Hill.
David Stein is the Founder of Creature Comforts Brewing Co., one of the largest breweries in Georgia producing upwards of 50,000 barrels a year. On this episode you're going to learn what it takes to turn a hobby and passion, into a thriving business. You'll also hear the story of how Tropicalia--one of Jacob's favorite beers of all time--was created, and the thought behind it. Lastly, David talks about why giving back is so important to him and his brewery's mission. ---Three Tier is hosted by Jacob Gluck, who is also the Founder and CEO of Goza Tequila--a premium, hand-crafted tequila distilled in the highlands of Jalisco.
Kim Wilson and Brian Sonenstein are joined by historian and abolitionist David Stein for an episode of the Beyond Prisons podcast. David penned an excellent article in 2017 with Dan Berger and Mariame Kaba entitled, “What Abolitionists Do." He reflects on this article in this moment of greater awareness of abolition and shares his thoughts and experiences from spending time in abolitionist spaces. David Stein is a UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of African American Studies at UCLA. His book manuscript, Fearing Inflation, Inflating Fears: The Civil Rights Struggle for Full Employment and the Rise of the Carceral State, 1929-1986, is forthcoming from University of North Carolina Press. It describes the political economy of unemployment and efforts to win a federal governmental job guarantee, and how this struggle impacted the ascent of mass incarceration. His research focuses on the interconnection between social movements, public policy, and political economy in post-1865 U.S. history. He has been a member of Critical Resistance since 2006, though his comments in this interview are not on behalf of the organization. Episode Resources "What Abolitionists Do" by Dan Berger, Mariame Kaba, and David Stein David Stein's website: https://davidpstein.wordpress.com/ Follow David on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavidpStein Support Beyond Prisons Support our show and join us on Patreon. Check out our other donation options as well. Please listen, subscribe, and rate/review our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, and on Google Play Visit our website at beyond-prisons.com Join our mailing list for updates on new episodes, events, and more Send tips, comments, and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Kim Wilson is available for speaking engagements and to facilitate workshops. Please contact email@example.com for more information Twitter: @Beyond_Prison Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beyondprisonspodcast/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beyondprisons/
In episode 265 of Financially Simple, Justin speaks to financial podcaster David Stein about money, national debt and more. The Coronavirus is causing governments globally to take measures to protect citizens and business interests. Justin and David discuss what money is, what National Debt is and how it affects Small Business Owners, and how businesses should conduct themselves accordingly. Don’t forget to subscribe, and let us know how we are doing by leaving a review. Thanks for listening! __ TIME INDEX: 01:40 - David Stein: Money For The Rest of Us 02:45 - What is Money 05:22 - How is Money Created 08:52 - Quantitative Easing 13:16 - Does National Debt Matter 19:05 - Should Business Owners Conduct Business Differently 22:15 - Tracking Trust 24:18 - A Pearl of Wisdom 26:41 - Wrap Up __ RESOURCES: Financially Simple Educational Website Financially Simple on YouTube Financially Simple podcasts are recorded on a Blue Yeti Microphone & Samsung Notebook 9. Subscribe to the Financially Simple Newsletter Ask Justin a Question NEW Book: The Ultimate Sale - A Financially Simple Guide to Selling Your Business for Maximum Profit Money for the Rest of Us - Ep. 94, Ep. 157, Ep. 169, Ep. 295 _____ BIO: Host Justin Goodbread, Certified Financial Planner, Certified Exit Planning Advisor, Certified Value Growth Advisor. He is a serial entrepreneur, author, speaker, educator, Investopedia Top 100 advisor, and business strategist with over 20 years of experience. Justin owns Heritage Investors LLC, a registered investment adviser with the State of Tennessee. Heritage Investors only transacts business in states where it is properly registered or is excluded or exempted from registration requirements. This material is for general information only and is not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for individuals. To determine what is appropriate for you, please consult a qualified professional. The Financially Simple podcast provides information, guidance, and support to Small Businesses in the United States.