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intelligence committee chairman adam schiff shift says their investigation has turned up undeniable proof that president donald trump led a month long effort that included members of his cabinet in withholding holding military aid to force ukraine to provide dirt on trump's domestic political opponents and shift says ordering administration officials to ignore ignore subpoenas and refused to testify is a classic example of obstruction he says congress has to address that at risk of leaving future lawmakers all but powerless against future presidents in response trump sharply attacked shift in personal terms calling him sick a deranged individual l. aligarh republicans in congress as impeachment is a purely political attack with no basis in fact manhattan federal prosecutors say they plan to add new charges which is against two associates of the president's personal warrior rudy giuliani's business partners love parnis and eager fruman are charged with laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars for campaign donations but they've also been accused in the impeachment inquiry of carrying out giuliani's orders to dig up dirt on trump's political opponents in ukraine prosecutors told a court monday they planned to expand the case against them hundreds of striking bus drivers with the washington metropolitan area transit authority returned to the picket lines in northern virginia this week after a short thanksgiving break they they say privatize routes have created unsafe workplaces as companies try to cut corners and the drivers say their family's can't survive on the health insurance plan they're being offered the strike by amalgamated transit union local six eighty nine is now in its second month it's the result of the union's first contract contract negotiations with trans dev a french company subcontracted by war'martyr to run the facility workers are pushing for safer work conditions and the same pay and benefits as unionize metro workers according to local six eighty nine president raymond jackson which is not i just that you make twelve dollars an hour left in counterparts but they're saying we're willing to pay you a grand total of fifty cents more over the next three years in an e mail statement trans deb disputes the unions claims this is the first metro bus strike in forty one years for public news service i'm diane bernard this is s. arguments about a lawsuit over nutrient pollution from large hog farms in iowa's raccoon river are are moving to that state supreme court plan to swallow reduce the impact of the concentrated feeding operations on an important source of drinking water iowa the citizens for community improvement and other groups have tried for years to slow the growth of the hog industry in iowa the lawsuit asked a court order mandatory limits on nitrogen and phosphorus chris pollution entering the raccoon river watershed abby land house with CPI says iowans deserve clean water there's a lot of factory farms and so it is one of the most polluted waterways better ways in it provides drinking water to all of the metro surrounding demoain that's half a million people two years ago a similar lawsuit filed by the moines waterworks works over high nitrite levels was dismissed by a federal judge who suggested i was water quality is an issue for the legislature state lawmakers implemented the iowa nutrient reduction strategy but abby land house argues that because it's only voluntary it isn't enough i'm russ brown a scientific advisory committee meeting this week in north north carolina will look at the EPA standards for tiny particles in the air the consensus is the smallest particulate matter threatens the health of any that breathe it but they say it's unlikely the EPA will change clean air rules millions of americans live in counties where breathing the air is linked to increased greece risk of lung cancer early death and other health problems john bachman is a former associate director for science and policy EPA has previously determined there there's a causal relationships between fine particles and and mortality and independent panel of scientists recently concluded that the EPA's current standard isn't enough enough to protect human health but bachmann predicts the EPA is likely to maintain the current standards are sufficient the EPA is expected to make a decision on changing changing the standard sometime next year i'm nadia ramleh gone there's been positive movement in reducing racial gaps in prison populations across the US according to a new report however there's a long way to go the report from the council on criminal justice says fewer black americans are being arrested for drug crimes and violent crimes james adams gal president of the nonpartisan council says the report looks at data between the years two thousand and two thousand sixteen and the findings provide a glimmer of hope many of the racial gaps are shrinking particularly among women and particularly for drug offenses the gaps are still huge but this is a problem that has gone on from worse too bad for example the report says in two thousand african americans were imprisoned for drug crimes at fifteen times the rate of whites but that ratio had fallen to just under five to one by twenty sixteen mike mohan public service i'm dan hyman for public news service member and listener supported boarded an online at public new service dot org we must i shed our i stand here without out fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the past that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember the one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century of war i remember remember that we are still let us us make them remember feared it appeared interviewed interview veered relatively concerned about here on declare your independence ernest hancock hearing things from the people studios the previous lit asri cool what we're going to do today is going to be talking with her friends jonathan lockwood and james guzman now bios on and i'm here but i'm just gonna tell you what i you know kind of remember and then they can share and fill in the blanks now jonathan lockwood from the united states not expatriated to mexico there's a small town there he's gonna tell you all about it it's cool great old colonial spanish middle out in the mountains of mexico texaco and it's just wow what a paradise play go that's have got a bunch of americans and canadians and whatever there we're we're living in life and everybody can kind of you okay so now jonathan is does voiceovers he has a nice studio there and he's able to work from there and just go down for his coffee and and chill and and everybody knows everybody and they kind of leave the gringos loan they got money and then it's like let's go get the gringos they got money so so it's i i wanna know where we're at james guzman down there with them you know he's involved in the liberty community and knows what's up and they're both arko capitalist libertarian types and we've had interesting conversations over the years and then all of a sudden that small town that they're in san miguel they'll tell me because i can't say but the i'll have it in front of me here but they have a a really good postcard description of their life there and what is hit the news and we said donna you'll call jonathan james get them on or just make sure they're okay hey because the cartels had been these pictures saying well it's beautiful and it's going so the cartels just coming in and go into the shop shop owners and saying you have a new property tax yeah that's it attacks and it's like the mafia protection racket you know they come in their guns and jona blazing and so on i got the impression and then we have some hunter with you know some people chasing them out or something they go into the hills hunters are coming across guys there's all kinds of stuff all through mexico there's something else going on there's something i don't know there's something else going on and i i want them to explain it to us jonathan james which one wants to go i give us a summary what's up well why don't i start out and then james will probably come i'm in with more detailed information so i'll just say this what we have going on now what's the name of the town san miguel miguel day allende they i n day so it's one of the earliest spanish colonial cities in mexico fifteen hundreds and yeah and it's just a beautiful billick little place but what has happened here recently according to my wife i have a mexican wife she she doesn't think that violence in general in mexico toco is up dramatically but it has been in our state the state has wasco we're right in the center of the country and for for her the basic explanation of this is the confluence of two things one morena that is the anglo the mexican president's party thirty it controls virtually every single portion of this country except the state of joe they would like one of wasco and and there's also been this destabilization of the cartels you're familiar with what happened with chapel was taken all of a sudden it was up for grabs there were skirmishes and kawata would be a good strategic location to control and still crime and murder is definitely up you know few years ago the idea eight or ten some people might get killed in a year that was that was bad now james what's the number at right now i think one hundred we're looking at one hundred fifteen or something at the end of the year just distant in this one city and what do you mean one hundred and fifteen murders dass gunshot gang activity leukemia i mean what do you mean murder murder okay i saw the most now almost all of this is you know cartel cartel staff i mean there has been a few that we're not not i mean there was some some people that you know very little i remember one young girl that got caught in the crossfire and that became a really really big issue here in santa they went and did a march and all this type of stuff to try to appeal for the moment marched who i mean who they marching for against the government government you know to basically do something with the justin better security you know what is there any i mean do they have a presence there cops and they've also sent tin national guard and things like that there were actually two policemen that were killed here probably about four months ago and that was became a big thing and yeah they send in the national guard and all this type stuff well our local police considered i don't know if straight not corrupt or corrupt or in daycare or how does that work yeah i mean i think is not very helpful and corrupt yeah and what is the laws on defending yourself are having guns or house our they have recently changed that in this state so you are now allowed to defend yourself with with a gun and your business and i believe your car as well so that's that's been a thing so but the thing is that it's it's it's kind of strange the way the law's restructure i mean still definitely not anything like the united states there's only one gun store in the entire country and that's in mexico city okay whoa time out time out there's one gun store in the entire country of mexico yeah yeah exactly what yeah just what is a token to say they did or something that's that's the store you know that the government controls if you want to buy a gun legally then that's where you have to do you know the gun clubs and things like that so if if you you were to wish and desire to have a firearm how would you do it you'd have to i mean there could an ex pat even get it i mean do you in jonathan's gotta take drive to mexico city and stand in line for six weeks or so i mean is i work well i'm definitely i've been looking into this quite a lot in the last year there are a couple of different ways you can go there are attorney friends who who can you know put us in touch with the people who can do this you can also join a gun club i i know some people who do this as long as the idea is this is a sporting thing you can get a gun you can go to the range you can learn how to use it and the thing is like james says we were very excited to hear that one though that's this state is instituting this new law that says you should be able to defend yourself on your property oh you're in your car but generally speaking the culture that's really difficult for most americans to comprehend the way my wife will tell it for instance she's being raped somehow she grabs a gun and kills the guy she's in trouble her perspective but the guy was raping me we understand that and that was was a bad thing but what you did was worse this is seriously how this sort of thing is is is thought of so this idea that in the state of want to watch that they're allowing this they're beginning to talk about this we think is extraordinary and yet at the same time we don't necessarily feel that if something were to go down that we'd want to go running to the cops about it because it's a very fricking corruption country and i wouldn't necessarily trust them to equip the laws ideally yeah wow so when you see this it doesn't happen all at once but it does happen overnight it's kind kinda like all of a sudden monday there's guys lining the streets with firearms and bring out the women or something and i'm just do you feel it it's been a year that you've been kind of concerned about this when we come back i want to hear more stories than what you think the future is and what can be done about it or should there be are we is the x. patent l. san miguel slowing down a little bit or should or not or you need help i don't know we're gonna find out john are you you feeling confused about the current economic reports that dominate the headlines not sure if this is a good time to buy or sell your home or feel like the process can be overwhelming and confusing this is based on hancock was silver alliance 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their arms this jonathan lockwood james guzman living the life down in central central mexico love it you know and just always been real supporters of their life there and encouraging people to go down they hit the news with like with any other big sam sure there's got to be gated or not or you're on the outskirts of or you're not downtown the poor section of gang member shooting gang members you know but it's something that you kind of would i always thought of there there are some places in mexico i had an employee i think we talked about this before that was my assistant manager for years that was from there and and isn't that the town that there's some celebration of resistance against spain or something isn't that the town will sure i mean they have a mexican lexicon independence day here but i mean they they do this they celebrate that throughout mexico but it started did start here yeah yeah i see see yeah did start in this region in this state dolores san miguel yeah so that is what i remember from that and that's how i kind of understood that i knew new somebody from there and and i'm going how did you come to america man i think they went back but it's one thing real quick business take care of i i i i wanna give more do than i can i got guests all day but i got a package from a listener georgia and i just wanna thank you it came at a really good time my spirit's after doing all this research on the corruption thing that james corbett naira going on about last night and i i go on the dresser aggressor shelter and donna had left us she went to see a movie with friendlier baxter to activists say we'll talk about that later but i find this here is a great note with really some silver and even gold and two billion dollars but it was a lot i mean it was it was really appreciated gated and it's just a good stories in there in a card and i don't know who this monthly supporter is you know but it's just came at a really good time and lifted my spirits i just want to thank you for that because i was in a dark place last night and i'll tell you it was this kind of stuff jonathan james there was you can see it coming coming and you're experienced old enough and have the philosophy enough to know where it goes and what you have to go through four to get better what do you think you have to go through what what are you looking forward to going to you know somebody's gonna write in and are white horses some federales with a foul is going to you know and rambos you don't take care of it for you you would well it's a as i was saying earlier i mean i think this is so from an arco capitalist perspective we we think that government making things illegal screws everything up it makes it worse but here in mexico might be the logical endgame of something like that this this is how it happens folks and there's no easy fix to this they can't decriminalize legalized drugs and these people are not going away because you did did this so long if they got so big so powerful they've got their own religion with their own cartel saint these people people are what i'm not kidding what's the name of that saint james i had to look if you google it this was a real royal guy apparently born in the eighteen seventies died in the early aunts or something you know over one hundred years ago and he was known as kind of a robin hood figure so the narcos have have adopted him as the narcos saints so you gotta understand that you may this shit illegal for so long and things got so bag the government was so weak they're so powerful and their religion drives them to be so bloody yeah go ahead legalize it we're just gonna move into something else his name has his mouth de has his mouth odor day all right got their own state you freaking man you can't make this stuff so my point is just that i mean you'd better but because because this is how it plays out you know and there's no easy answers once you sorry you cut out real quick you said you'd better what i said you'd better nip this in the by now because this is the end game when you government can control everything and make everything illegal you know this is how it can turn out you know well are are they is there any see this is one thing you this how i perceive it from up here whenever you pay attention and something's going on in mexico there's some reformers did you know that you get a god forbid a white horse guy comes in freedom's answer what's the question and he's dead you know we're going to go against corruption and he's assassinated you got a popular uprising from the people and he's gone and i'm wondering do they the message they finally got that we don't even try anymore and we're just trying to get our cut and keep the streets not so bloody i i i don't understand how the government is perceived by the people there or what they expect from well well no what it well here's what i would say you know i mean you won't find a group the people it's an interesting case study the human mind you won't find a group of people who comprehend the depth of the corruption in their country more than mexicans yet at the same in time they swoon what a politician starts promising them ridiculous things that on some level they must know they can't deliver so that's that's just how it works it works the same way the US it's just a fantasy it's just a team i want all right so i mean we got universal basic income coming somebody did proposed that of course he did but i mean can you imagine that even trying to be implemented it would be such a mess i don't see well i know i'm a while so the economy how much of it is above and taxed and in part of and legit and they fill out their paperwork and all that kind of stuff and how much is paperwork where are you talking about you know so right it's we'll tell me what do you think what's it's definitely different than the US tomato there's a lot that you it's hard to put you know a percentage on it or any type of statistics obviously because it's under the table so by its very nature it's hard to track but i did see some things years ago that said maybe like sixty to eighty percent of the economy is under the table or black market just meaning cash people are very used to using cash you know so in a way starting a business is is easy in mexico meaning you know just if you want to start some small business doing something like that for the most part of you can do that and uh nobody's gonna bother you now when you do start making ways people notice you this is the the bureaucracy comes in and there is a lot of your chris here and there are different taxes and you do so then it becomes a problem but i would say to shape yeah right and that's the problem is you know another thing is that princeton's here in this town this year specifically has been bad for the economy because it runs mostly on tourism and real estate those really the two big pillars people come in they've really beautiful houses and all this type of stuff in the end the local government takes a cut of the buying and selling of houses and also land and tourism obviously you know they they tax they have a tourism tax they tax short term rentals and also hotel else is there a property tax i mean just i get i got a rent from the government tax to live your tag which nonexistent i mean it's so little it's laughable you wouldn't even believe it i mean the fact even have it i mean it's just i you know if they have it that's the number than a black ink increase numbers as just if they get away with it we'll find find out more jonathan lockwood james guzman when we come back just a little bit update i'm mexico we need it are you a cryptocurrency advocate the crypto tip is the ideal outreach tool to help new people discover crypto currency it's a printable business card sized tip that you can give to service providers preferably in addition to a good cash tip when the server scandal QR code it'll bring up an explanation of crypto currency 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hancock talk to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred sir jonathan lockwood game guzman they add their own podcasts i remember they they may about it talked about what's up you know going down i don't know how much now they're promoting your movie your movie or movie or you know stay the heck home because we like it and you know what you mess it up but you know some people have man is it time gone full circles at time for we seen this happen before it's time to leave but it's so beautiful there you know and i've known people that were from from there i know a little bit of the history was you know the people rose up against the spanish empire of whatever mexican independence day was the mindset does does that heritage come through there to the people have that rebellious spirit or some self confidence that they can take care of these kinds of things or no i don't think so so what do you think james now i mean i think it's more of a you know that that history that you're talking about is more of a kind of i guess you could say like anti-imperialist list the thing rather than like an individualism thing is in the united states so their philosophy there is what i mean would you say socialist or is it more community or kind of family church i mean wh what kind of environment are you going in philosophically well for most of the latin america i mean it is basically i mean you know they're they're more more you know they're catholic and so they do have that but you know really economically and socially in some ways i'm it's more what we would call the united states were collectivist or socialist for the new pope that and some of the stuff that he says and does i just know from catholic hispanic friends and so on that and they're not digging it you know i'm w- i'm wondering how that's playing out in latin america with this whatever whatever the hell is going on out of the vatican right i think that most catholics nowadays even you know pay much attention to the details of its of personally sleep i don't see that i would i would say i hear more about this hope from our ex-pat friends who happened to be catholic than i do you know mexicans here a lot of a lot of mexicans are very catholic religious a lot of them you know my wife has just explained to me are really really not that much into it and so you don't hear a lot about the pope i don't think among mexicans were you married when last time we talked did you get married recently we just got married ernie in september your property or well congratulations thank you tell me all about that how did that go oh well our love was just too strong i said baby we gotta get the government involved inside i know i'm just like seriously all right all right now you're unlocked envious that happens you know it starts i what about you guys didn't have children together or anything well look i'm fifty fifty three she's forty-seven but we do actually she has three kids ranging in age from nineteen to twenty four and one of them had a baby a few years ago and she's with us us little romania is going to be three this month awesome he's a barrel a monkey's i'm loving it now yeah i say no more man i get it you know once you see it changes people and your relationships before you have children i have an adult daughter who just turned thirty two she lives in LA she'd been down to visit you having a we just had our twelve grandchild so i got four kids twelve grandkids get i'm done and i'm telling you you know we're not done but i mean you know i'm i'm grandkid up man i'm good but the if i were in i felt a security or safety thing it really changes your mindset because they're vulnerable and what have you done on to try and mitigate whatever you think might be a problem well every couple of weeks i go can i chip my child yeah i understand i can't really do that but i do have concerns about that in thoughts of what do you mean you can't do that the dogs i you know i i tell you this is one thing you go down the mall and there would be somebody they'd have one of those harnesses like a leash on their kid you know like those extendable retractable leash things or something and i have people they go oh i can't believe they did so i'm going freaking good idea i've i ground with four kids that'd be like one of those doger's hey get your butt over here so it's a change your perspective on things i don't want to mandate it i don't want the government getting the tracking of it but you know i have friends they have their kids they give them a cell phone but it has three buttons on it they can call mom dad and i dunno -mergency or something whatever that's the only thing negative call out and they can receive calls and it tracks them and they can see where they're at and i'm going i mean i wouldn't make a law that they couldn't do it you know but yeah the vulnerability of a three year old and they're just so precious man i just you know i got a bunch of three year olds around and so you're feeling good you're okay for now you guys think yeah yeah look let me address that because i'm not sure we've really done it i mean honestly here in the end what it sounds like i'm saying after i say what i'm about to say is oh we're greg right it's just the mexicans dying left and right i'm sorry i don't think that that's what makes it okay it doesn't but it is overwhelmingly people involved in the the drug trade we do here you know couple of cops get taken out but same thing you know and then we hear about the occasional i think it was just the one girl who got caught in the crossfire you know but here i was at a dinner party last night with six ex pats and i said think hard do you know anybody in the last year who has decided to change the way they go about their lives in san miguel we all thought hard and we don't know any will we hear about a couple whose considering moving back to the united states which is fine but my point is we don't feel threatened here maybe we should but we really don't i'm and you know whether you should be or not doesn't mean you gotta feel it i mean you know it's just like it's a choice if there's a reason for that is because they're not coming after us i mean even the american business owners that i know when i asked him so tell me she gets schenken down by the narcos no they get left to get shaken down by the government the various trying to get them to pay them off or the gang with the flag they're coming by well that's good to hear and i and i just i believe like you're talking about the biggest threat is the the economy and here we've been covering it a lot of course and you kind of see and i've been getting e BGP's i this is one thing you always hear in politics and activism and salon this you know this is the most important election of your you know that kind of crap and i never might you're still voting i mean i don't care you know that that was never it and for me i think the economic bubble has been pushed out so far and they're trying to keep it from popping so much in so many places i mm i'd but they always yanked out of their button you know kick it down another election cycle one more election cycle but i'm feeling this is go and when it does it's going to affect everybody how is it going to affect your small town there you're dealing with what tourism and and real estate your sane is there is going to hit you guys hard economically and all of a sudden there's homeless people in the street or the homeless people they're just go got a place to stay or live in the woods you have people living on the street like they do in the major cities here what you know i'm just going to answer the end of that real quick is that it's funny that here normally in mexico you don't see a lot of homeless people now like in the US i think that has to do with it they have more extended family there's more of a culture of people hanging onto property and then they can always stay they'll have a lot of people staying on one property and they will never never i'll so i think that's more of a cultural thing but for some reason you don't see you know sometimes you'll have people that bag but a lot of times that is organized that's actually an organized thing that that people do but anyways i did want to talk about how i look at my i'm a little bit different from jonathan jonathan has has a property he set up he's got his studios mary here all that kind of stuff but really you know i i i've always had at bortles blog dot com in the podcast i'm always talked about especially for libertarians having your life kind of spread out where you can go where you wanna go your best and where you live like so you know if it got bad i could i could pick up and leave and go where i wanted to and so you know you guys do different situa- we'll talk about it more when we come back also also from the second letter of captain mark any pirate knows that commerce is communication 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break or listening to ernest kevin the secrets in exposing the lies well i'm by you know that's what we're doing l. oh jonathan james is out you know before we run out of time you guys promote whatever you're doing now give out web pages and give me your commercial go so i sell mescaline down here but which means wink wink so it's not necessarily registered there it is not a sell it to friends and and people that i've meet but my work is my voice overs i do voiceovers for television radio commercials still narrations jonathan lockwood dot com in go there if you want to read more about me and listen to my demo very cool james yes so i have bottles blog dot com slash podcast broadcast dot com it's on itunes i'm not too active these days been a lot of projects and things like that but they can go check that out if they you know a lot of libertarian type of of minded people might like the idea of being able to you know how you how can you make money online hockey make money in the new economy how can you save money on taxes how can you live in a place where you feel freer all that kind of thing i have tons and tons information on there and so i can help people with with international health insurance i can help them setup themselves like an them with real estate in different places and all that type of thing so i do counseling things like that is doing some real estate that i guess like airbnb tourist kind of thing yeah i have some shorts renteria would define short-term well just not long term so not you know on a yearly basis is like three months or three days a weekend could be three months yeah usually from a weekend of three months so in the united united states you being in central central mexico now the pictures they show water is that a laker river or what it's a lake now now so it it really is pretty i mean it just looks beautiful and i remember looking at a lot of pick john has got some up you're scrolling and i remember when we done shows in the past i always remembered that because i hear stories about it my sister manager at one time and she had her husband his sister their mother his mother and eventually bunch just moved up here and probably got three or four worked for me and but they're the best employees are awesome and i you know in the paperwork whatever you know and then the government comes in while uh-huh member one time she came to me and she says i got a letter from the IRS they say i gotta come down and there there are freaked out because the social security number that i have thirteen other people people have it but i know i trust me i don't care man this is nothing to do with al they want get your your government tax ID number that's all i want so go oh sure enough they go down there gamut okay you're good now you know we're just getting allocate and make sure we get tax you pay is it's all good and i'm just going leave they don't care and then they started to care well when they all this anti immigration thing in the wall and all that stuff has that got people they're not so an a economy or they still trying to go to the US or a lot of you got a nice place they're they're just staying there is that the gold aleve come the US or what there's definitely a lot of people that still dream of going to the US they see it as the land of milk and honey and so yeah i mean i don't know a lot if people i don't know how much it's increased or decreased but i know that there definitely is still people that that think about that yeah well so what's going to happen as the US goes into whatever heck's common does that can you be isolated honestly honestly the way i look at it might get worse you know because as you know as i think you've said during the interview that when the US sneezes that you know the restaurant gets a cold or at least latin america will for sure and so you know as you thinking thinking well the US might you know they might have a recession or depression will that would mean you know something even worse i mean like we're talking about in mexico within the last year you know certain things have deteriorated so you know that that might mean that there's even more of a push to go to the US and you know for some reason it's still this idea and a lot a lot of people not america's mind to go to california everybody wants to go to california everyone wants to go to l. a. and then you know they don't know that you get there and it's you know so so expensive you're gonna be living ten ten house or hundred bridge somewhere yeah no it seems that remoter they escaping what did they think they're what is it that they don't like a lot of people people they think that they're going to go to the united states and you know they've heard stories about people friends of theirs or cousins or whatever and a lot of people have family members prison stuff up there and they're going to be making tons of money they're going to be making a lot more money than they are here they're going to build something all of a sudden they're gonna be driving a mercedes and have a big house and you know wearing gucci jacket and all this type stuff and so it's it is kind of like a the american dream type thing does anybody come back i mean they come back ago we'll man made a little bank or they send some bacne get a little place in build now they're overlooking scenery of i got a nice life and some people get deported a lot of people that that kind of thing they get deported and then they back for a little while and then they go back and sometimes there's just like you can't you can't go back anymore i try to encourage people because i have people that work for me with the short term rentals stuff and other things that i do and i try to you know convinced them to stay and build something here with their own network their family here they know the language and i think a lot of times it's just kind of this idea that they can you know you can go to the united states and have money shower on on your you know but is it just a money thing i mean opportunity because there's money well i tell you it was years ago cuba started to open up and i had there was a representative from i don't know what the heck out of the cuban government or something and he was a lobbyist for moving down there and doing saying look yeah now you can you can open your own business they just let you do whatever and i'm gonna okay let me what do you mean let me you know if i got well you wanna make sure that you go what do you mean if i got a competing barbershop across in the same strip mall the government's not going to let me you know i mean what does that mean can you buy property so so what does it when you guys you say you got real estate ownership what kind of property rights do you have the same as the united states they all the big got a real estate companies here coldwell banker that you know the rest of them and it's almost the same exact contracts the same process and everything here so so if i were to go there and buy land i could buy land is my land my mind my mind absolutely and and you know you can even come down on a tourist visa and buy land it's yours yours yours a a lot of people do like to bring the fact that if it's in a fifty kilometers of the border or of the of the coast then you have to buy it in a trust or it's called a fee cammisa exactly trust but it's pretty much a trust and but that doesn't mean that you don't own it i mean it's a good idea to let me answer it's one thing before you run out of time hi this is important to me this year i'm going to you know we're focusing on do i owe myself the children are not the villages to abuse that kind of thing and this mandate end date for vaccinations and saba woo notions emotions from the crowns going to force me you know so you have property rights of inside my i skimmed i would hope somebody to advocate for then you have actual property and you have all these people occupying wall street occupy the sidewalk occupying the park occupying and they take a pressure washer and clean up all your crap into the gutter and down and then you can live there but if you take your tango live on your own land you get arrested because you've got to have an occupancy permit sean going if it pleases crown me occupy my own freaking land so in mexico if i buy land and can i just start building yeah they're out in the jungle of whatever and they're not going to jail for not having a occupancy permit well you definitely have to get a building building permits here and by the way that's really easy to circumnavigate in men reduce the cost on it it's often done after the fact you bring somebody in who knows how to work things and so you definitely have to have a building permit as far as often permitted i don't know about james of you ever heard of that now i don't i don't know i don't know anything about its thing here i it's just to get your occupancy permit that building codes and everything and it's like when you do a business they come in to do the final inspection and they put the sticker up okay you can it's your occupancy certificate or you can you you're not going to get permission from the ground dwelling you're freaking land land just i find that in america so of horri- i and i'm wondering i go to mexico if they said yeah man you can peace building i'm doing whatever we don't care from their man you know so i just need to know that would be interesting james if you could find out about it's a real simple question if i buy land can i bring my RV and just kind of you know how far away do i got to be what one what actor the answer's hell yes really wow that's very interesting now okay all right think well all right we'll make sure hey come visit man because it is beautiful and what's the weather like year round there's no month in the year with the average high temperature is above about eighty three and variance below about seventy four four nine times nine months a year are 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trump lead a months long effort that included members of his cabinet amnat in withholding military aid to force ukraine to provide dirt on trump's domestic political opponents and shift says ordering administration russian officials to ignore subpoenas and refused to testify is a classic example of obstruction he says congress has to address that at risk of leaving future sure lawmakers all but powerless against future presidents in response trump sharply attacked schiff in personal terms calling him sick a deranged arranged individual and a liar republicans in congress say impeachment is a purely political attack with no basis in fact manhattan federal prosecutors say they plan plan to add new charges against two associates of the president's personal warrior rudy giuliani's business partners led parnassus and eager fruman are charged charged with laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars for campaign donations but they've also been accused in the impeachment inquiry of carrying out giuliani's orders to dig up dirt on trump's political opponents in ukraine prosecutors told a court monday they plan to expand the case against them hundreds hundreds of striking bus drivers with the washington metropolitan area transit authority returned to the picket lines northern virginia this week after a short thanksgiving giving break they say privatize routes have created unsafe workplaces as companies try to cut corners and the drivers say their family's can't survive on the health insurance plan they're being offered the strike by amalgamated transit union local six eighty nine is now in its second month it's the result of the union's the union's first contract negotiations with trans deb a french company subcontracted by mata to run the facility workers are pushing for safer for work conditions and the same pain benefits as unionized metro workers according to local six eighty nine president raymond jackson which is saying it's not just that you make trump dollars an hour left in counterparts what they're saying is we're willing to pay you a grand total of fifty cents mall over the next three years in an email statement trans deb disputes the unions claims this is the first metro bus strike in forty one years for public news service service i'm diane bernard this is PMS arguments about a lawsuit over nutrient pollution from large hog farms in i was racoon river are moving to that state supreme court planned us want to reduce the impact of the concentrated feeding operations on an important source of drinking water iowa citizens for community improvement and other groups have tried for years to slow the growth of the hog industry in iowa the lawsuit asked the court to order mandatory limits on nitrogen and phosphorus pollution entering the raccoon river watershed abby land house with CPI says iowans deserve clean water there's a lot of factory farms and so it is one of the most polluted waterways in provides drinking water to all of the metro drowning to moines so that's half a million people two years ago a similar lawsuit filed l. by the des moines waterworks over high nitrate levels was dismissed by a federal judge who suggested i was water quality is an issue for the legislature state lawmakers implemented the the ira nutrient reduction strategy but abby land house argues because it's only voluntary it isn't enough i'm roz brown a scientific advisory committee eddie meeting this week in north carolina will look at the EPA standards for tiny particles in the air the consensus is the smallest particulate matter threatened threaten the health of breathe it but they say it's unlikely the EPA will change clean air rules millions of americans live in counties where breathing the air air is linked to increase risk of lung cancer early death and other health problems john bachman is a former associate director for science and policy EPA has previously veasley determined there is a causal relationship between fine particles and and mortality and independent panel of scientists recently concluded that the EPA's current standard isn't enough to protect human health but bachmann predicts the EPA is likely to maintain that the current standards are sufficient the EPA is expected to make make a decision on changing the standards sometime next year i'm nadia ramlogan there's been positive movement in reducing racial gaps in prison populations ends across the US according to a new report however there's a long way to go the report from the council on criminal justice says fewer black americans are being arrested for drug crimes times and violent crimes adam gal president of the nonpartisan council says the report looks at data between the years two thousand twenty sixteen and the findings provide a glimmer of of hope many of the racial gaps are shrinking particularly among women and particularly for drug offenses they gaps are still huge but this is a problem on that is gone from worse bad for example the report says in two thousand african americans were imprisoned for drug crimes at fifteen times the rate of whites whites but that ratio had fallen just under five to one by two thousand sixteen mike mohan public new service i'm dan hyman for public news service member number and listener supported an online public news service dot org our i stand here without fear because because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me i remember the one hundred years we have caught these machines and after a century of war i remember that which i smoke still let us make them remember did veered into veered into the year interviewed here on declare your independence chimeras hancock here in phoenix arizona from the studios of a knock who has given i'm going to say okay that one all right anthem hayek blanchard blasted name anthem blanchard referral from tim pat chote the liberty advisory he's always get they get now anthem is co-founder crypto currency blockchain company anthem gold inc i got golden well he's got pedigree here now let's take a look at it and co-founder precious metals dealer anthem volt inc anthem volt dot com a magi magi metals annals sound ring a bell dot com anthem hayek blanchard also serves as both companies chief executive officer as well as a member of both boards and directors he was raised by legendary gold bug and precious metals pioneer james you blanchard the third who helped restore america's right to own gold and also compounded rare coin and billion company blanchard and company wants the world's largest as director of strategic development and marketing with european-based gold money now we got gold money account we'll talk about that anthem helped develop and implement their current business model overseeing marketing and product development efforts which resulted belted in an increase of total value held by the company from one million to know to that three hundred and sixty eight million eight today the company holds over two billion in client assets he also thousand thousands of clients personally over the years answering their questions regarding buying and selling gold and silver from from ten to fourteen anthem served as an independent director and member of the audit committee compensation committee and nominee committee at per nics therapeutics holdings traded out of texas and blah blah blah blah blah blah so anthem hayek blanchard let's say good morning morning good morning anthem morning ernest thanks for having me on your show this is awesome i'm looking forward to you'll get an update on new golden crypto and all this kind of we you know full disclosure me and my IT guy good friend derek sloppy and i we were all excited peter schiff came on air pump and gold money we started doing it and they're taking 'em account it's gone gone and had some problems with delivery and a year later i i get the dealt with with with UPS net got back out to quit quit and then it was KYC and we need to know where you got your bitcoin and neil i kind of crap and i'm gonna ed never mind but maybe save a bunch of you know some more money than i got some gold and my safe from it so i'm like oh it's all good but its this customer service so anything that we're doing a lot of times i go money was not really made for little biddy guys like us but it was a really great idea idea and you get your credit card that you could spend your mastercard or it was you know ended deduct from your gold assets and i'm going this is cool but like always comes demand so when you start doing you're talking about marine crypto with gold i want to hear every little thing about got it and i got a bunch of questions give me your commercial anthem go you got it you got it so i'm glad that your money client you know it's a good alumni i think that crypto crypto connor represents the next phase e payments so kinda get away from these centralised model of the database models corruptible things in change to get into these public protocols so cryptocurrency gives you the perfect accounting and so gives you the ability to use peer to peer you know you do have the KYC if you wanna redeem or wanna buy directly but you can accept a peer to peer without any KYC like any other cryptos well so peer to peer in your system using your are net what what do you mean peer to peer yes so in the case of anthem gold we chassis effectively the gold token onto another cryptocurrency protocol called the theorem and so it was kinda like our rails and the gold is not like the passengers in the train so it allows people to basically used the superior network network which allows you to have person to person transit actions of assets without really any KYC at all theory guy just get arrested by the US government for explaining that the north korea i'm barely so so yeah although it's public knowledge at the all the way over there to give knowledge that could to spend on a website but i wanted to check out the cuisine there's your microphone moving around let me let me try to stay here yeah yeah yeah i'm trying to find a good spied here so yeah yeah yes so i mean basically you're looking at a situation where in i don't know why that guy win over there honestly because i mean you you could have found all the things out about area that you wanted to online so but i don't know i guess he liked it over there so i mean really really the advantage crypto is the ability to keep control over your own asset to you know as large of a degree as possible so but we understand crypto here i've been covering cryptos since the beginning we just had roger vera on a couple of weeks ago for the fifteen gazillion time now andreas italic eric i mean so you don't have to sell me on crypto i get it okay my thing is an audience understands a lot of it i wanna spend a lotta time on you don't got to convince them what i want to get to to is that there is like load out they're really pushing for silver being crypto and now you've got golden need to understand the advantages what is it backed by one to one is like atomised a little bit of you know on your fiat crypto you got some goal i mean you explain it to me but somebody monday through my know everything and then assume i don't know how to explain it all right let's go very good very good so what we do with anthem gold we store kilo alot bars of gold in vault in texas it's in montgomery we put the bars on video camera so this is the first product in history that the the bars are on twenty four seven video there lloyd's insured and the biggest deal of all i think okay we go back don't please over that loyd was basically means if the bars get stolen if there's like a italian job kind of a movie deal then all those bars are insured sure so it's the same kind of policy you get brinks but the difference is that our goal is transferable to a third party you can't get brings to vault this product doc the united states because there's too much liability this goes back to a history of a company called eagle that was a competitor of ours tell you do do good very good so my job at gold money back then list out compete all these eagled and boy in generics and abidi dollars stop right there so we understand what because that's a good point real quick when i started doing radio three we made for my IT guy at the time which is also an attorney and he really liked the idea of eagled eagled libertarian money at wired magazine did a big article article on it back in the early two thousand they're making a big lou and here we go them libertarians out there spending gold for stop what they did it started in london or something these guys go oh we'll take assets your assets diverted into gold and you got gold here and then we'll trade it kind of gold money was going to do well then all been doing so what they did is they go and then the man said so what did they do they move the golden to the customs area at the airport in abu dhabi or something okay so dubai or so united arab emirates something so they put it in there see it's free from the heart and in the US government came and took it and it's not yours anymore and then took like a decade or more god fifty just like the last year or two that just out of principle mike that's how i said you promoted noted on my radio show whatever they contributed jurors while he wanted it at a principal went through all of this he finally just got his gold back okay eh fifteen years later we're we come back anthem high of blanche who's gonna explain to us how anthem gold is different and it's not even an abu dhabi i mean it's in texas so what's the laws of change that different i don't know but we're going to find out because we're interested crimes of the crown by captain mark the crown cast the world in shadow and claims to be our guiding light cowards clamor for security from boogeyman and ghost stories well i say these hobgoblins are imaginary i 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liberty radio network at dot FM to be a part of the show call six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four thousand eight hundred and now ernest and eight eight america you'll murky jim cares man well america been i'm doing for a pirateswithoutborders dot com we have and we have letters of reprisal and we'll talk about later but the break but but for the audience say no you go to the second letter of captain mark and it's all about cryptocurrency it's about pirate money need hailing frequencies invisible the crown that's that's letter letter three i wanna be pirate communication in sunday business and but then it's like well you gotta make business or your they will let you do business i'm going all right okay well how much and because they use today the crown is using digital money as a new tool predation and granting it unprecedented power to surveil sensor seize and destroy our wealth at will the crown invade servers records intercept signals and freezes accounts else so the currency of pirates must possess features to defend against this weaponized money and that's what i see that we're becoming it's like yeah they set the infrastructure to where it becomes weaponized money and if they can turn off your bank account or closure bank thank or did it so how are you protected from that so i would say the biggest way that we're protected is ultimately by being a part of a bigger system cryptocurrency that's even harder to attack and ultimately more valuable in terms of the keys i see gold kind of returning earning as a form of kind of everyday currency but digitally and i see the software keys like bitcoin for example or eat to be the new gold right these things that we hoard unless we absolutely have to use them or sell them and i think gold is gonna kinda return back into more of a normal functioning currency at least for a while i'm i'm i'm pretty controversial even in the anarchists and libertarian circles the proletariat because i believe that we're moving to barter i believe that cryptocurrency represents represents barter which direct form transaction and i think it's going to eliminate violin currency that we call money that has to be defined by a third party and ultimately commit leads the war so i think that we're going to achieve world peace crypto i think we're gonna find a better way to converse with each other and i think that that's what the next ten years is going to represent represent in our world well this is you know where it is we addressed this you know in the last paragraph is most importantly a pirate currency must preclude centralization it must endure as a decentralized network in the face of an adversary that wishes to crimp it into service otherwise it will become come another link in our chain to the crown given the choice a superior currency with these features will result in the obsolescence of the coin of the realm and the extinction extinction of the crown itself don't think i don't understand how important is you so i think we have to be careful right because you just saying that right it kind of implies applies like we're going to replace one currency or money really with another into your money and i think that's incredibly dangerous i think we follow the bitcoin kind of fundamentalist let's extreme as some people called maximalist that we're on the path of mutual self-destruction governments because we're going to allow governments we have kids that quinn and you thought it was pretty hard for hitler to go around europe too like round up people that you wanted to round up it's a hell of a lot easier around bitcoin miners you can find them quite easily so if we don't achieve commercialization of bitcoin and had these other public protocols to provide other services were all you know all of us so you it sounds like what was that rabin was debating roger vera that's what we were talking about we had roger on a couple of weeks ago and norio rubini crypto thing in asia and he gets up and he's just going yeah well you're you're you know rabin was going well your your mom wears combat boots or something i mean it was just ad hominem going on thing and finally he said it he goes no government is going to allow you to blah blah blah blah blah and my whole thing i'm going wow i mean he didn't get it crypto is not about getting a permission slip from the crown to begin with the point no it's not it's much faster faster cheaper better just like the internet nobody forced us to use it like smartphones nobody forced anybody can use keyboard adopting crypto 'cause they're better right now they're better forms of value soon they're going to be better forms of services and goods that's what we're building that's what all of these builders that are building these protocols are doing and so what i seen the protection and being for gold confiscation for example as these protocols build up there so distributed even the physical networks of gold will form new voluntary decentralized association so today for example gold the big association is called the london bullion market association it's a bunch of banks primarily in a bunch of bank service providers primarily and they basically formed this olive -opoly about two hundred years ago and it all stems from the government because all the banks stemmed from the government right so oh i see the opportunity being a bunch of decentralized vaults for example that all voluntarily choose to be part of a group that holds the same standard in the more you have bob and mash of any sort whether it's physical or digital it just becomes way harder to deal with because it becomes part of the fabric of the supply chain and that's really where i think things things are going gold this happens to be a really nice each head because it's really light-touch regulatory standpoint relative to other commodities and of course because plays the central role as the anchor of our modern day commerce system so how are you integrating it into a blockchain this is you know get down interrupted suggests that we get i'm glad we got all this stuff but you were saying all right we have it under twenty four seven three sixty five video surveillance in texas we have an goal okay you know you better not but then you go and it's insured by lloyd's somebody comes in italian job on it you know it's not gonna get stolen without not being replaced okay there's that and then what was the next feature so that you can pay a peer to peer without any KYC only TYP redemption which we allow allow one gram ten gram grams and then kilo bars which revolted in the vault g can take delivery of the gold you do have to k. c. you buy directly from us you have to the white sea but but if you transfer it to somebody else you do not have cutaways okay transferring it if they're on your system in your club have your crib no wasn't a cerium meriem wallet so any wallet like monarch edge is what we refer anyone that allows you to put in a year see token that we are in that while you you can literally start accepting the goal token okay as what it comes in as therion or you just add that crypto to your wallet what it comes in as an AG AG l. d. token seeing a little bit of a theory of pixie dust the basically move it around now but you basically can then push to another wallet that is just just an AG l. d. goal token each go token represents a gram and that you can basically then just send people grams or parts of grams of gold peer to peer word timeout man so ill paul poi- comes on that's another thing paul go in if you schedule paulo the yea big paul fans in the beginning when i was screaming ninety grandma just button for a crypto wallet because are you kidding me all right well you know paul play when he did airbeds he's going to go here thank you oh my goodness i slap these crypto guys around oh you just this and you consider this just putting you guys keep talking about so so what happens is when i have a count with you i signing up through a web page or am i just downloading wallet right and just getting the crypto how do i trade it i just added to my coins on my wallet or what yep at at she added here okay and that's it that's it i got now i'm trading gold along i got a video camera and lawyers looking goal well if you want to buy from i gotta send us your your my what we've got so many kids when we come back just a little bit anthem we have some good news use the indictments against ross elaborate in the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning they can never be refiled this is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge did you ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at roles oprah nice it was never prosecuted or rolled on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government moment and the media as if it were proven fact the maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning ross's case and 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just took it for my bank account every month in it just go in there and accumulated over a couple years and i'm going good but when i wanted it it was like a year late on a lot of it that i got in the kind of got lost in shipment and pinky swear of what are you freaking kidding me i am so sick now if crypto can make that easier easier but we need to walk through now when you buy from us you got to k- weiss by what what am i buying a crypt gotta KYC the goal KYC golden they put in to do the crypto you gotta walk me through this so right now i got my phone in my hand i'm anthem got my phone in my hand i got edge wallet wallet opened up adua i can put you know open up a anthem gold whatever you aunt gold wallet on there and i could start buying and selling and trading exchange into what explained it to me how i do it yes alike on edge if you go you can see when you open up that dashboard gives you bitcoin bitcoin at some other crypto issue click on those three little dots to the right of the theory of icon on your dashboard edge wallet you'll see gives you the ability to to added token you wanna click that and then i think edgewood should pickup AG l. d. if it doesn't what you do is you go to our website anthem google dot com and you'll see at the top of it has token in so and then this click that it'll give you the contract address that you need to put it will give you the decimal places it goes down onto nine decimo the billionth of a gram and then you just put that in now if you want to buy gold from us directly were accepted in like one hundred seventy the think four countries however in the US because it's the US or right now only open to texas wyoming and i believe south dakota because of all the regulatory aspects of this now we do not accept yacht currency that allows us even be open in the us we're really kind of targeting international client base with this product you know the people that live in places that you know the US actually looks pretty good to them from jurisdiction standpoint relative to their home countries so that's kind of really more the broader base with this product doc it's really kind of a template we haven't development company we're a software development company at heart we built a protocol called hercules in this hercules that's pretty special because it's the million i enterprise crypto software in history and we built it specifically to manage the inventory for anthem gold if you go to anthem gold dot com website if you scroll down you'll see the cool video of the vault and then right beneath that you'll see this yellow button that says perk asset left and that basically shows you the bars in an incorruptible impossible to forge state so we use hercules software in the vault are both operator operator has the program on his phone and then we upload spectrometer reports and pictures of the vault in anchor it into bitcoin so that's that's kind of really we look at it kind of anthem gold is kind of a halo kind of like a laboratory so to speak to show what can be done with validating assets using these cryptocurrency parenti but the public protocol software the database software and really kind of showing the world hey look you cannot indicate physical banks you know it's just a matter of tying these perfect accounting software which is public protocol to these physical things so so that's kind of the whole process were just launched the product in april so it's pretty brand new you know reversionary at of course and we're finding a lot of people that are interested in building their own gold token so we're partnering during with them you know working on builds with them we want to have this meaning example for the rest of the world we don't want this to be beagle product of the world we went there to be ethical ethical go products now we can use hercules standard to validate the inventory in have assurance in decentral voluntary wet okay now i'm looking at the live stream is not like big giant fort knox stacks of gold but i mean i see some gold on the wallner okay so so i i mean aren't so i'm looking at the goal then if you click yeah if you go down a little further you still little yellow button that forecast set list dot this is kind of a really cool crypto oh stop this is like the first commercial use of cryptocurrency on the planet i believed i don't think anyone's ever put a public incorruptible inventory log up using one hundred percent of the protocol article software and that's what this is you'll see the bar less does literally are bald bald operator entering information from the phone and then pushing it from from the phone and then it goes to the website so he provides us with an internal control this is a big deal for companies because the biggest issue typically inside of accompanying in its fraud it's people basically colluding against the ownership to basically to fraud because there's a mismatch of incentive structure it's really what part of crypto stow it solves the issue because it eliminates the need to have a lot of human bookkeepers human managers human procurement all these middle people that or the weak links these are the bottlenecks in company okay let me go ahead and walk it through i'm just gonna ask some questions and we'll just skip to the end you got hi we're come back blaze through the blazers commercial no no i was looking at the wrong time so we got like three four four minutes before the break what i wanna do is i want to walk this through one i went onto edge it didn't like just pop up at a token but you're saying i can and get it through the page i get nadan when i'm not doing radio whatever so i get it i get the token up on the heaven exchange function on their when you go out and you can do so right now i can use an exchange to the exchange on the edge wallet which used to be air bits paul plan is this kind of currency wallets and i go in and say i want me somewhat anthem gold is that what you're calling the crypto anthem golden then that way you have it like you can accept it in your wallet you gotta find a place to buy it okay okay let me ask questions you had your half hour our chance my turn the joe i go in and i opened it up to where i got there's nothing in it i wish to go and get some how do i get some that's off of our website right now okay so i have to have the wallet installed i be able to do it i go onto your website i wanna get some QR codes and transfers and sending and you'll get you take bitcoin whatever bitcoin cash line bitcoin lightning and eat the right now those are the three that that we accept on there and if you sign up through anthem gold dot com it'll give somebody edge wallet that has the GOP token in it so that's like part of part heard of like our install with women working with edge for i get into eventually somehow i'm going to be able to do it on my phone i get okay and this is the matter of it's more regulatory everything in the us okay now this is my point if i have lemme anti-us i want to get my questions answered the so when i get the wallet on there and i go and i do my QR code flashy thing you know on the web page they're going to for me to get my AG l. d. tokens i'm gonna put him on my wallet i'm going to have to give up want information so if you're buying through us you're going to have to give us like your photo ID and like your address so as KYC it's like kyi she though it's not like gold money you is yeah very familiar with their KYC the reason that they have to do so much that they're outside of the united states it's like one of the dirty secrets in the world of the US the world asset we're basically are the pirate ship so if you're in the US you have to do a hell of a lot less KYC and hell of a lot less reporting and if you're outside the US would that gold money holding that's considered an offshore bank account equivalent from an IRS reporting standpoint you're supposed to report on that if you've got to think and now the thresholds fifty eight thousand ten thousand so you know it's very not private but if you keep stuff in the us it's extremely private so it's a big hey good vantage even though we think okay yeah okay it's maybe not as bad but they're starting off knowing who i am that got an account with you and what i bought how much gotten god put on my phone true or false initially yes chilling did from it what step at a time step at a time i go i go in and they say there's ernie we saw he was over here e- gold then he went gold money and now he's an anthem we see a pattern here okay so so when we come back from the break we'll get this just answer my questions and i'll sum it up at the end for everybody in the overall picture during the real estate market today is one of frustration when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits would have you believe that everything is okay but the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise you are starting to see another wave of 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anthem gold it's fully back you know custody don't like we we have have it right here and we're gonna we're gonna show you a webcam there it is it's instantly tradeable nino baltics insured at lloyd's in their insurance transparent make sure we got all kinds of systems and inventory control of pinky swear art art well how does it actually work for grandma the grandma just button well i get the wallet on my edge here you know i have the gold crypto on here anthem gold and i go all right now i need to get it funded why go to anthem gold and there'd be QR codes and blip-blip you blip lippi and i get it but i have to KYC well now i gotta show an ID whatever that means so i put an idea in their this is me i'm doing it i got that then i want to trade it now i'm going okay i wanna i wanna cash out who i cash out with you know what do i trade goods and services is it somebody else has the eu trade in this currency or is it through an exchange i i do it anybody that takes bitcoin that's the stage that i'm at now now i pushed to ask the buttons not push you know i'm gonna push it here and then the flood's gonna come from anthem i i got it so you're there right now at this moment in time you sell it back to us and then we send you back bitcoin eat or you can take redemption and and gold in any kind of forum and one hundred kilo gram bar and so that's it and we're hoping to get on exchanges that's what now when and i go in and i say all right i want let's say i just want another i trade this in another crypto i want bitcoin whatever and i go boom what paperwork involved or information heels done there no paperwork because you've already KYC you've already bought from us we know you're good so you just come back to anthem go dot com and then you just sell to us okay nobody knows the amount i mean other than the math and does it transfers well i mean is there and the man shows up with a clipboard four and a badge and a gun says we need to know your whatever do you have that information do you give it to him or not i mean if it's a subpoena oh yeah of course by the law i mean no i mean there's there's you know you can't give them something that you don't have see i'm just do you have this information yes it is available for somebody would want it and they got a gun into your head that no you have to do that i just want to know what we're doing here yes okay so there is when i finally now now in what you are saying is in the transactions they do with other people that that's not track that's in the crypto that's voluntary you wanna fill up nope paperwork i talk to you yes so for example you can go to your wallet you could open up a monarch wallet you could open up another edge wallet another device you can pay it over and there's there's no see required to set up that wallet so now no one would really no anger self somebody else who knows right that's up to you so that's that's where it's a little different than a typical hub-and-spoke kind of a model okay but where's the anthem golden simple question i have anthem gold i have x. amount represents presents an ounce of gold it's on my on my freaking phone and i go all right i wish to send that to buy eggs i mean i don't care okay i go to grocery store and somebody who are taking crypto there is it transferable into something they can take or do they have to have an a. g. l. d. the wallet or what how does that work but let's assume that they do have enough uranium wallet that then they could just accept the token right and let's assume that they just accu- are just like any any other crypto transaction you literally curing QRA and this is one of the benefits you can explain a theory to you by talent on it man you just what did he just say eh if you're in a theory of token all a theory i'm tokens are interchangeable with each other to at least convert into a theorem that's kind of their own internal exchange well well not exactly really like a theory is the rails that we all use their like the highway system and we're like the cars the trucks on so we use uranium like to get our goal token around the block so to speak so people right so you have to have a little bit of ether in your wallet that's like the gas that makes the car the bus go down to you have to have a little bit of that in the car and then if you have a little bit of that might cost you three cents ten cents twenty cents or something transaction depending on how congested theam network is in that allows you to essentially send the goal token of somebody else so that that's like when you hear someone one saying filkin token that's what that means it's nice because most wallets these days are ERT token compliant some some of them restrict allowing us them tokens like tokens at art up fifty let's say so how's the transaction but does it allowed the exchange to a theory or any other i mean i have i got a theory him okay so i have to go through you to get area ram and then that is trapped i mean today t t today in our team is working on opening up the markets so that we can be accepted in more exchanges right so you don't have to go throughout so we're working right now behind seen make that happen okay now on these other exchanges that's one of the problems that shape shift ran into used to be i just went up and i exchanged and then the man goes yeah eric it's time we had to come tap you on the shoulder man you keep doing stuff that we got tapioca shoulder man and we need to have that we know that you know these guys traded and went from this anthem gold to diss a theory token and whatever on the exchange so when you're saying on the exchanges it's up to these exchanges whether they're compliant ryan or not that's right that's right that's right and everybody's different every country's different ato you know everyone's a little different around okay so now i'm going to try and sum this up and you tell me where i'm i'm rob all right okay i want to whatever experiences i wanna do anthem because i want to be able to do a crypto that's tied to the price of gold so what i'm really doing lane is i am transferring gold digitally that's what you're trying to create so i go all right i'll need a mastercard visa like with gold money i don't need eagle goal everybody has it on there and i can do in KYC in the man comes and visits in switzerland and abu dhabi and it didn't work so you go anthem gold we're going to be compliant enough off to wear demands not breathing down her neck but we still have the benefits of digital gold digital gold a habit in a ball sitting there you see it there it is and then i'm going to trade it how do i get it well i get my license or picture idea state issued the crown or whatever and i didn't account i haven't goes on my phone own and then i can start transacting it and using it with people that would accept it for whatever reason because they want and then but if i want to cash out into cash or even another crypto i'm going to go through an exchange that either generally they're all pretty much all surveilled now or sure i do it straight through you and i do that what information in my giving you extra because he bought through i so is there a record of the transaction there has to be right now their house to be so i mean that's the reality we're we're trying to get away from this reality we also have our enterprise side are hercules side and we're helping companies build their own solutions that are totally voluntary markets and you know i encourage people it curious about building now no i understand corey we're out of time this is where tim comes in tim is like look man you have i bought a bunch should gold and it's in this token and anthem gold and then it shoots up in value then i wow and i cash out i'm tam you know so that's where he may have told you this whole started at a pool party we had a few years ago when we had all of a sudden cryptos shoot up over five six thousand and all these guys are now rich and they're going what the hell i do now you know remember tim he went to the dollar digilent- day and he goes remember last year you guys are worried you didn't have enough money now you're worried you got too much i mean you know promised lamda to have but you see this is what i'm trying to get people into something they don't understand you know what they're doing you have hopefully successfully salie been able to convert gold into a digital asset that you can trade take you're going to be all secret about it that's another thing but you know can you yes for no like with eagled like with gold money like would anthem gold sooner or later they're going because a lot of times the government they just didn't even have how the law they didn't know what it was they're making it up as they go so hopefully as we press back and forth on each other eventually there's going to be to where it's not priced in dollar dollars anymore it's priced in ounces of gold that's what i do with my bitcoin it's 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contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's welcome to the public news service daily newscast for wednesday december fourth twenty nineteen i'm dan hyman impeachment hearings begin in the house judiciary committee today with a three hundred page report from the intelligence committee in hand members of judiciary will we'll start with the legal definition of high crimes and misdemeanors as set out in the constitution as grounds for impeachment intelligence committee chairman adam schiff says their investigation has turned up undeniable proof that president donald trump led a month long effort that included members of his cabinet in withholding thing military aid to force ukraine to provide dirt on trump's domestic political opponents and shift says ordering administration officials to ignore subpoenas and refuse to testify is a classic example of obstruction he says congress has to address that at risk of leaving future lawmakers all but powerless against future presidents in response trump sharply attacked shift in personal terms calling him sick a deranged individual and a liar republicans in congress saying petri is a purely political attack with no basis in fact manhattan federal prosecutors say they plan to add new charges against against two associates of the president's personal warrior rudy giuliani's business partners love parnassus and eager fruman are charged with laundering hundreds thousands of dollars for campaign donations but they've also been accused in the impeachment inquiry of carrying out giuliani's orders to dig up dirt you're on trump's political opponents in ukraine prosecutors told a court monday they plan to expand the case against them hundreds of striking bus drivers drivers with the washington metropolitan area transit authority returned to the picket lines in northern virginia this week after a short thanksgiving break they say say privatize routes have created unsafe workplaces as companies try to cut corners and the drivers say their family's can't survive on the health insurance plan they're being offered the strike by amalgamated transit union local six eighty nine is now in its second month it's the result of the union's first contract if negotiations with trans dev a french company subcontracted by ramada to run the facility workers are pushing for safer working conditions and and the same pay and benefits as unionize metro workers according to local six eighty nine president raymond jackson which raise dave saying is not just that you make twelve dollars an hour left in china fox but they're saying we're willing to pay you a grand total of fifty cents mall over the next three years in in an email statement trans deb disputes the unions claims this is the first metro bus strike in forty one years for public news service i'm diane bernard hard this is PS arguments about a lawsuit over nutrient pollution from large hog farms in iowa's raccoon river are moving to that state supreme court plan to reduce the impact of the concentrated feeding operations on an important source of drinking water iowa citizens zinsou community improvement and other groups have tried for years to slow the growth of the hogging strean iowa the lawsuit asked the court order mandatory limits on nitrogen and phosphorus pollution aleutian entering the raccoon river watershed abby land house was CCI says iowans deserve clean water there's a lot of factory farms and so it is one of the most polluted waterways as it provides drinking water to all of the metro drowning to moines too that's half a million people two years ago a similar lawsuit filed by the damore waterworks over high nitrate levels was dismissed by a federal judge who suggested i was water quality is an issue for the legislature state lawmakers implemented the iowa nutrient reduction in strategy but abby land house argues because it's only voluntary it isn't enough i'm roz brown a scientific advisory committee meeting this week in north carolina carolina will look at the EPA standards for tiny particles in the air the consensus is the smallest particulate matter threatens the health of any the breathe it but they say it's unlikely the EPA will change clean air rules millions of americans live in counties where breathing the air is linked to increased risk of lung cancer early death and other health problems john bachman is a former associate director for science and policy EPA has previously determined there is a it calls the relationships between fine particles and and mortality and independent panel of scientists recently concluded that the EPA's current standard isn't enough up to protect human health but bachmann predicts the EPA is likely to maintain the current standards are sufficient the EPA is expected to make a decision on changing being the standard sometime next year i'm nadia ramlogan there's been positive movement in reducing racial gaps in prison populations across the US according turning to a new report however there's a long way to go the report from the council on criminal justice says fewer black americans are being arrested for drug crimes and violent crimes adam gal president or the nonpartisan council says the report looks at data between the years two thousand and two thousand sixteen and the findings provide a glimmer of hope many of the racial gaps are shrinking particularly among women particularly for drug offenses the gaps are still huge but this is a problem that is gone from i'm worse for example the report says in two thousand african americans were imprisoned for drug crimes at fifteen times the rate of whites but that ratio had fallen to just under five to one by twenty sixteen mike mohan public new service i'm dan hyman for public news service member and listener supported on line at public news service dot org sent off i remember that let us make them remember the in the fear of air declare your independence and era stankovic cerezo from the people's studios of brings with it s cool britney schaefer we're going to talk to say hello she's a journalist for many years and is now mother and writer she's the author of urban jeanie jeanie whatever that is superhero who can't use violence and the upcoming adventures of annabel pickering the sky pirates fires fires fires mars ooh also shaefer the daughter of a butler shaffer longtime friend around and and guest here on the show we've known him for a long time and it's awesome he and jane or parents have raised britney a and and and for the win for the schafer's though you guys win so she has written a lot articles and a lot of things of interest to us and we always polish among premiums phoenix sam and but she's been involved in california in this vaccine issue vaccine education we just had a vaccine education summit septa into september and it was awesome del big tree was there pimping their new movie vacs to which donna just went and saw last night with dr frank ranked him berry natural path his wife is a natural path also so had her go and see this movie i was doing a show with james corbett so i didn't get to go i wanted to donna's here to give her real quick review on it but brittany i got you there yeah have you seen the movie back to you i i have not i have not it's it's funny because we are they're having to sort of screen it in in secret they say oh there's gonna be screening on such and such date but they weren't released a venue until the last minute no it's it's tough for me to make plans that that way flynn tend to see it but i haven't seen that's what we did we they had a vent here one of the theaters nice theater nor scottsdale area area and they had it scheduled and we knew it was going to be but they didn't say until the last minute or whatever and you win by your ticket got over it and you just had to figure time going to get there i don't know when they announced where it was but donna just last night we haven't talked that much about it just real quick give the brittany and i a review about an art go here okay i thought it was very informative it kind of went back and forth between a lot of different families families that had come to the original of axed bus that was touring around kind of went through how they actually got vacs bus and how it is having the the street activism is just phenomenal and the people that come up and share their stories each to sign the bus and there's like eighty two hundred families or people that have been injured that have signed their name on the bus i was really kind of blown away by the statistics not only did they go through the vaccine injured and what they go through and i was kind of amazed at a lot of them die instead of just you know have autism or whatever but they also went through do the positive aspects of not vaccinating your children and they had families on their speaking about that as well so it's sort of left on uptick and i thought it was just really powerful as long as you know i'm going to guess about an hour and a half joe did savar did she dig it yeah she was informative for her team are we getting a bunch of copies copies pirate in the crap out of them but i was gonna find out where to you know get get immediately after by the initial on and send to our kids and everything i mean they've already they already know but i mean it's it's powerful because they're up against a lot of you know a lot of these families have been pushed into doing it the doctors you know they're just they're they're not schooled in really how dare cares it's mandated california britney's gear kid back nate i'm sure there are some people that are just dumbed down another people that just don't care but you know these some of these families were coerced into doing it oh you don't want your daughter to get cervical cancer you have to get this or she's going to get it and then they end up to the cancer or they end up dying i mean i was just blown away by the whole h. gardasil thing well well now they're going to go mandates for adults and you get your flu shot and if you don't kill you off we make you sick so we get all your money one way or another but just real quick i know on monday the vacs the buses coming up from tucson to phoenix and then it's on its way to california so i don't know exactly where in california it's there maybe you could did you put the story up here here haven't even got to that you do that right now all right we'll have it up there for its bus coming monday so britney add to this what do you know about never before we get in the next segment we'll talk about your articles in your activism and so on on this but are you aren't you in california don't you have to vaccinate are your children marine california if we wanted them to go to school and it's public or private school because the law applies to both then we would have to so a wrong scoring so for now it doesn't apply to us but they've made it pretty clear that they're gonna come after home schoolers next horsh i'm i'm willing to put i i i don't want to argue with anyone about that i just went down cold hard cash because it's it's so clear from their mouthpiece the los angeles times has already started going after home slurs as this threat because they're you know getting around getting around the mandates fi own scorn so in the next couple of years we're going to see that you're willing to move yeah we're looking elsewhere were looking elsewhere a lot of people are there there are facebook groups dedicated to people leaving california for health freedom reasons that's on top of all the people who left because of the other sort sort of crushing abuses of the state i mean it's consistently ranked worst state for doing business your small business person this is the worst were state eight to the in terms of taxes regulation all that stuff so there's an exodus from the state and heard of it is driven by by taking nexium on us well do does the government do they care i mean they don't they don't intact once i was i was at a special conference florence and there was this guy got up who one of the one of the keynote speakers and he was talking about all these things he could do for us he was using age to one of the senators and he helped get past some some big bill thinking i think it had to do with with uh-huh mandating the insurance companies have had to provide services for certain kinds of services as we got you know if you guys have any ideas any anything that i can do for you might position you can tell me so i went up afterwards i said we'll have an idea you know it's really it's it tough to do business in the state we'd like to do something like sturt a special needs school especially during school and regulations just make it really religious what about what about pushing to eliminate some of those regulations and his response ons was it's a non issue and you know this this is a guy who has to know there's this exodus from california precisely as long as of these regulations they don't care he said it's a non issue to him to what you're talking about just the regulatory i restate overregulation and engine taxation but that that's you know he inferred that and i meant that as well go in and get back i don't understand understand you mean you explain this we need to be able to eliminate regulation that we have this opportunity goes at a non issue non-issue to whom does he mean by that well he didn't do much further than that but he in his paradigm it's a non issue because his paradigm is all about using government power to give groups certain things and when you're taking away giver overpower that doesn't help to ease working for that doesn't that doesn't it doesn't compute i think it is paramount that doesn't even compute yeah okay i plead that saga from the six letter of captain mark a pirate's it's life is characterized by voluntary interactions unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago oh but the crown still claims to own us when it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed hild it's simply slavery by another name landlubbers are routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system in jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures the crown insists that you participate in your own oppression jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a jerk and vote not guilty even if it's proven the law was violated a juror can quit for any reason at all and not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury summons is basically winning the sedition lottery but if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably probably be dismissed if the crown foolishly crimson pirate 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FM into more ears visit promote dot dot FM FM for a free bumper sticker flyers banners graphics and more promote dot l. r. n. dot FM six oh two two six four twenty eight hundred six zero two two six four twenty eight hundred and now ernest hancock they we're saying we belong to the city i don't know what do they mean they think you belong shavers californa four night she belongs there talking to you i guess a lobbyist or facilitator whatever group and he goes you're talking about you know we need some more business freedom education asian freedoms from freedom alibi cab please premium the answer what's the question and he goes it's a non issue and i went through this before speaker of the house here in arizona long story but the bottom line line was as big unconstitutional budget under sixty five million came across eventually went to arizona supreme court and you know pissed them off main pay it back they do it again later anyway but the point is that he goes to me and he said nobody cares it's not an issue we need it's not an issue this is right here to clean clear cut issue issue to ask not an issue what do you mean is not an issue nobody cares it's not a campaign issue until there's a parade get a parade and i know what he was saying he was like yeah you build a parade and then i'll jump in front of it and i'm seeing that happen or or vaccine education summit they did september twenty eight what happened there were like five legislators had come by three state for the whole thing and they're doing they're gone oh yeah we're jumping from your parade no game for me and we're kind of work and be reasonable and maybe we'll make progress press on and we'll put it up for a vote kind of neo maybe in something and i go traders i on any you guys get in this and kind of half ass it and thinking kinda you're going to be all well well next time no hail no because i got traders i i see you got back off on a deal of all you are show in my target traders i now jonathan lockwood was young activists there during all this when you guys are having this problem california and he spoke at the summit to and he's i kept traders i these guys ally to your face now britain shafer has been writing on all of this definitely got an opinion has children lives in california her father was constitutional law professor at southwestern university there she knows the law she knows libertarian she knows the rhetoric he's an anarchist she gets what she moved how much force what are they going to do they're gonna go after home schoolers next i don't know what are you going to do britney we're well you can swear we're we're definitely looking at moving but they're also not gonna stop which stores in california this is a global effort on their when young it's it's global entities it's from companies it's the who they want their goal is to vaccinated native human being on the planet whether they wanted or not so you can run for a while but it's really it's gonna by people time it's not not gonna solve the problem and as far as far as appealing politicians you know just don't stink sorry i wrote a piece of while ago called the real reason libertarians don't matter and basically my point was that within the game of of the political system what wins that game is not getting people liberty and removing government constraints there's there's no money in that there's no there are no incentives for politicians to do that if if you made such a big noise isn't got such a big parade going that they had to be attention you're the day that they had to do something about it there might be some minor exceptions exceptions that too they're still gonna twist whatever this whatever you know let's say you get them on board behind your crow freedom raid they're still gonna do the way that their game works is what they have to offer is power over other people so they're still there operating within that paradigms so that's gonna be their solution is going to be twisted into that somehow they're not gonna i am i don't see politicians you know getting getting getting in front of a cruel liberty parade an insane yeah let's just let's eliminate government in this hour let's let's let's eliminate regulation and i go into that kind of go into more depth in that in the article that i wrote but essentially the way i see the game of politics you don't win it by getting people liberty might win it by talking about liberty but ultimately a you're trading your trading power your your he you've got you've power to for example impose new regulations on someone's competitor or you know make make a certain industry less competitive which benefits the existing big players in that industry don't those are the that's the currency you have as a politician and that's what people pay you for the people who are paying for you for you to run a campaign that people were financing your campaigns aren't doing it so that you can liberate people they're doing it so so you can benefit their industry they're special interests so does freedom have to become its own special interest or you just be free and you just bypass and screw the man in neur- over here and you don't see it and you go invisible your move i mean what what's the solution i think the solution is we need to come up with technologies that make make coercion impossible or make it very difficult and i think that's that's what cryptocurrency is aimed at it's it's a possible way to remove the ability of anyone to control money and that's that's what's the kind of thing we need we need technologies that starve the beast of the money just one thing that i keep talking about it was we learned in the nineties dr campaigning as long story but bottom line was this the money will always find its way to power you want to get rid of the money in government eliminate the power because if it didn't have the power to they do all this stuff and favors for people in the tax code of the whatever and regulation out there competition of i got a monopoly on whatever they'll you know if you don't eliminate innate that power you'll never eliminate the money and influence those people that are gonna wheeled to screw you yeah exactly exactly and the power like you're saying you can take that power away you know by like cryptocurrencies would alternative that's why we're decentralization we gone all pirate ooh oh you aski- pirate as good as good get some goodies not not just not just ripped your currency but also things like wikileaks technologies that allow people to tell the truth and while protecting their identities that kind of thing i i don't think it stops cryptocurrencies i think there are a lot of there are a lot of opportunities for for technologically living around the beast well that's what we've been doing with interplanetary file sharing IP passed a third hour yesterday we we spend a lot of time with one of the guys helping us with the coating for it i you know me i'm freak man you 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dot dot FM that's twitch dot dot FM at now live from the studios of freedom screen aches ernest handcock land of confusion and it's not that complicated to me they won't leave me alone i mean it's really no more complicated than that but the thing he is what do you do i remember it was you know they take out where you're wallace's wife and brave art and it's got whips amass and they start a revolution or somebody won't sit down in the back of the bus or they killed the wrong kid or they vaccine damaged the wrong child and we can't heck and lively on tuesday i think it was and you know he had had vaccine damaged sunday pulled back from the abyss and but his daughter you know they didn't catch it as early and they didn't understand what was going on she's still bashing damage but here's a lawyer teacher science guy and and he can write and he goes you know what you done pissed stop the wrong guy well there's a whole bunch of people they're doing like britney schafer's that are out there going let's go get some get what and how it's just general public opinion and after donald saw back to the bad guy lost it it's over it's just how long they can slaying what can they can convert it into you know and who doesn't go to jail i mean they're they're gonna change laws and who's to stay after school there is not going to be justice what there may be as some change or not i mean this kind of build up of this kind of corruption and for the children my ass they don't care and they say it takes a village to inoculate your kid whatever what so now i'm still trying to come up with i know what i'm doing that's like you know none of your business to mindset it's a general public opinion how do we get to that a lot of brittany writing you know so what do you think the solution you keep writing children's books were breeding them out what i think i think so i am sort of two minds onus or there there are two the two sides to of this question to think about because i think if were if a solution is dependent on the majority of the population agreeing with us us were screwed that's that's never going to happen and unity rather that'll happen once the once the norm becomes what we think once once sort of the world changes in people then say oh yeah it's always been this way and and that's how things are you know because that's what what people do then public opinion might change but if but if we think that we're gonna get the vast majority of the population to see the world to see the state the where we see it you know i think that's one of the least likely avenues for change but that doesn't mean we shouldn't be changing changing minds we shouldn't be working on changing hearts and minds because you know you believe that shane positive changes for liberty the and and just for humanity in general hasn't really come about by mass movement state mostly come about either by individuals or by slow groups of people and so i feel like our focus should be on yes educating people and trying to change minds but our hopes can't can't rest on that you know the more the more people we have on our side the better and the more you know people who can actually do something to make a difference the better but my goal goal is not so much to get the whole world to see things the way i do maybe to get a bunch more people to see it and people who people who who are capable of coming up with things like cryptocurrency i couldn't i couldn't have i couldn't have you know i had ideas about it there there's no way i could come up with with with deloitte eighteen idea that that's real answer that's absolutely mind blowing so to get people like that get people who who can contribute in ways of developing technologies and developing the things we need to do to beat the state that's kind of more michael weller state state has got technologies they want enslave the people i mean they got this you know now it's smart cities which you sustainable development climate change global warming it's all same thing you know and here in arizona's man they're coming full speed ahead because when you have you got michael crow the head of the ASU here as any building ASU that was global warming climate change is now sustainable development of smart city a bill gates building the thing out in the west valley now here where the matrix plug in the back of your head and they want me to pay for my tax money me i'm gonna show you can be all the future city of drone all you want and you're gonna make me pay for it a lot of wanted i do you know peace out you'll have the freedom but don't make pay for it and i'm so i'm just there's a public opinion thing and it has to get so bad and but you can see see how bad it gets in other places around the world around the country different states you have illinois is their pension i've been screaming about tell you when everybody's gonna care air when all that money you saved your pension is gone care then you know what happened what happened well they did that grapes of wrath kind of thing and going i don't know but i'm going to find out what did you find out you know oh eight oh nine you had the love aleutian then you had crypto coming is it not clear what we're up against the yen not get it yet well well i get it i just want to be on the winning team and government get my check in universal basic i'm like okay well here's what mark against rope against you know a couple generations more than a couple of we were up against generations of people who've been through government schools and you know not only a being fed prostate propaganda but also being taught not to think being taught to to make judgments based on on either tells you or on what public opinion is what your peers tell you so that's what i don't think that any some of that is nature there's human nature to to want to our human nature wants to follow until onto trusted authority and all that stuff but yup absolutely with the education system does is it exacerbates that it builds on that so that that becomes the dominant trade you look at you you know the the general population of america most people don't seem to really make moral judgments for themselves they don't seem to think answered himselves i'm well i'm looking at all of all of this information that we're starting to see and and i'm wondering how they're creating that into a narrative that is bad some i'm you watch the the which i don't i can't take it i mean it's are you freaking even as a journalist you watched democratic debates you go watch all the crap you go watch the state of the union i'll tell you what i do enjoy every now and then will you know else to do and you flip on her you watch in the background or whatever trump rallies at whatever the hell l. he just he just pissing off the media is is awesome i'm just going to go piss them off of course he's not any better but i mean you know it's just it's just you could see the battle that's being waged and i looked at the the ID report came out supposed to be talking about something came out yesterday i don't know i don't care doesn't matter anyway you know i blab blah blah blah what is the solution how are you raising you'll see your children they're you're gonna stop by an officer of s crew you my mom says that you're you know a bad guy and privateer the crown and suck it and i got constitutional right in my grandpa's said because i know the law and you're in a straight jacket and they got thrown in the bottom of something so you know so what do you tell your children how do they interact with the the man i'm and we we just we we tell them that the that the police are criminals that governments is a criminal organization and you know yes no your writes that more poor than that no that thinking get away with anything they will do whatever they want and get away with it so you're banned from facebook and i'm disappointed about that what do you job here if i can find still active on this i feel like i've been devoted though because this you're in the last six months or so although post stuff and people react i am also not seeing other people's foes i feel concerts locked in this little put you in an echo chamber of whatever break out and nothing goes viral from brittany i mean you know you're not allowed yeah that's that's kind of what i'd always time okay i mean we have you know facebook's and all that kind of stuff i probably posted maybe five ten years i mean i don't care you know and i will i facebook jaguars your first problem you know you're expecting meat of what can happen so i'm yeah i i well i'm i i don't know where i wanna talk about jacob horn burgers racier you got something to say about that that i know nothing about it talking to break about it may we'll come back what should you be able to earn an honest living free from senseless host government interference the institute for justice thing so that's why we spent years defending hardworking men and women from 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grandpa and possibly cast something you know my sister my brother died didn't uncle nephews and kind of you know the good do something that'd be beneficial unofficial that work maybe at some time i don't think we're there yet but you know sooner or later when they came out and they say four hundred thirty seven million four hundred and thirty something million guns and the united states and an account like the billions of rounds of ammunition a year that so i'm points joints it's not the same as a lot of places around the world you know you piss people off and not men don't be what we're gonna take all your guns and door to door gun confiscate well that's that's how you get it going go ahead and try that co lexington and concord i just came a couple of months ago i was back east and we went to northbridge and the whole story of whatever and compute ranger babe given the story and i'm going what does the deal of massachusetts and guns man don't you know that this was all well they were it was illegally resisting gene tyranny he didn't do it right you know we got to that but yeah you man you guys are killing me it's all public opinion so i'm getting to wear l. with this movie movie back to come out and the ridge backs now when they did vacs about three days before the movie you can was released gonna advance copy we made three or four thousand copies of it and we distribute them at the maternity hospital parking lots of did we were butt heads in legislative box and they were just real decks about it well this one i'm going all right we'll just put a double feature on these nod uh-huh oh did a movie about like go okay so i am your worry all get some what should i be doing brittany what's the goal you're watching a. keep doing what you're doing i mean here's what's what's encouraging is how freaked out they are by you in you know the pharmaceutical companies they dave really are afraid of their narratives being disrupted and this is the same thing with julian assange amine it's the reason that he's being tortured in prison right now is because he revealed war crimes committed by the government so so i'd be i'd be more worried if they didn't care that that had been revealed the fact that they are worried about that seeing the light of day it tells me that we're over the target you know it tells me that they've got a weakness and that's what we need to go after go after the narrative go after either to tell the truth and it's crazy there's you know the the getting back to the to the vaccine issue year the people of people like senator from california the just spew out nonstop lies he got caught in a really you're bald faced lie last week where he claimed that he had debated RFK junior noor twice in our generates your what does never happen showing any of this show me show me any evidence of this person wasn't any but they just they get we was doing doing lies because public opinion is such that it's it just accept what except certain things and until that changes you know appeal will be lies but the fact that there that they don't like the truth being exposed that's encouraging that means that their narrative is really valuable to that and so that's what we aster you know one thing that's really kind of upset me is i have met with a couple of legislators they wanted now it's long story and electrodes i'm sorry dave afterwards it was worse than that it was like a tear it just it's so sad because what they're looking at is of course they won't be on the winning side of whatever and a lot of these guys either associate has but they got just freaking grandiose randy oh view themselves and they're gonna save america and we got a compromise to get so they can be in position to save america and they'll save it when you get there and one of them alleged we went on congress when i'm president as an owner then i'll free and their mindset is on this tax issue is they don't they don't want to go up against the activists they don't wanna piss me off but they don't want well wouldn't be prudent at this juncture to take on what the hell good are you sit here and tell me how freedom oriented you are and you do in and you know it's always about the children until it comes to notions portions of a force injection from the crown did destroy their lives and then you're not there now what the hell good are you so i'm so that's where i'm at and i'm i warned these guys at the summit these legislative came to the after party to you know i don't even remember their names i didn't care you i know and i just go you know i don't want you guys to think that you're going to be in here and you glad hand and you smile and you do your politician campaign crap and think it has has anything to do with me other than it makes you a traitor when you renege on it and you get hit i i'm going don't ever think think coming to this that took you off the list it puts you on my list so i don't even play that game me now jonathan lockwood the activists that was there in california working on this kind of trumpeted that when during his presentation there and i was so appreciative of having an active they're doing did you go down the sacramento at all were are you involved in watching it i was in fact i wrote a piece for lou rockwell about it i was watching it the the video but wasn't able to get to get get down there that was done was incredible what happened with the people online i mean you you're doing social media of whatever the people people like all got organized we're going to get some now and then of course facebook maps out everybody but what do you think the repercussions going to be for the twenty twenty campaign hey twenty twenty campaign oh my god i have no idea at you know that there are a lot of people there are a lot of in california and i would say around the country actually there are a lot of former democrats at least in the health freedom who who are aware of of the the vaccine issue there are a lot of democrats and former democrats who are going to be voting republican because it's been so clear that i mean especially in california the vote was was just party line voting machine take care of that for you don't worry about well yeah i mean and again i don't i don't really care about elections but i do see you know i i completely understand why if make it would make sense since two republican on this decision i don't see that's like a false sense of security or it's just it's just it's that's not eh they need to buy your book they need to read your articles need to print out and doing what britney said i mean something else that's productive beyond the street do the level lucien thing think which is why all right that brings up jacob hornberger what are you know about what you know about jacob you get you supported that you could know what's up what i know he's writing i didn't know he was running everything is running for president of the united states of america as nominee because now that means now i have to pay attention to they can't i don't yeah i know i know they have now he's he's in on there's been like last may i had him on he's talking about he's going to different libertarian conventions and so i said sounds to me like you're running for president and he goes oh no the f. e. c. you wouldn't be prudent at this juncture toggles now it sounds like you're really running for the president you know so did announce and it is a thing and i had these guys from mexico on this morning and in the break they go hey you know about a bumper hornberger run for president i go damn and made it the mexico holy crap no so this is an of course his position is going to be ours is on mandated in anything so i'm really looking forward now of course i was contacted he and i had talked about me you know they of course they wanted to love lucien thing again stuff and i'm going man i can't be on the list are inside because i don't play well with others and you don't want me off the list in the week anyway but go worry about i got you covered you know so we're going to be doing and how which is what i did with ron too but but i spend a few weeks in new england and because the new hampshire there's a twenty twenty thing in fact i was back east there a week when i got the call from him confirming that he was doing and i'm going well i just so happened to be in the place where we're going to be we've got you covered mandatory about it you know and he goes well i want you on my net no you don't i fill out paperwork ain't happening so this but this issue i can see we need a bumper orange jacob hornberger doing what he's doing because i know you agree with him on all his positions and open board of this without our people go freak out about something but you know it's the arguing from the principles of libertarian like ron did this education education is going to be a public opinion thing and i am in because i'm gonna use it here there everywhere the next week or two or making plans or what we might be able to do and i think it it's going to dovetail into like you say all these democrats are going and we chose poorly yes you did but the republicans going to be any better so i've ever even libertarian i mean it's not that it's the system that's the problem it's the game that game is not your with the great platform for someone like one of them i hope he gets jarvis citizen on the that that game is not used what is gosh darn it britney get on i will see the articles brand yup breed them out as one thing is what we're all doing is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency and peace around around the globe worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know in addition to our internet feed dot FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and central america as well as sub saharan africa and we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since twenty ten the laura on FM free to air satellite lights signal is reaching some 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sherman hearings continuing to the impeachment inquiry worry with four legal scholars testified wednesday before the house judiciary committee three of the witnesses concluded that president donald trump's pressure on ukraine to announce investigations today shins into a former vice president joe biden his son as well as debunked conspiracy theory about the two thousand sixteen election constitutes an impeachable offense the fourth who who noted he was not a trump supporter disagreed in argued the case has not been fully investigated and would create a dangerous precedent for future impeachments the trump administration's new rule tightening work restrictions for the supplemental nutrition assistance program is drawing strong criticism from hunger fighting groups the finalized USDA rule undo state's ability to issue waivers on the three month limit for snap benefits to people who aren't either working or in a training program for twenty hours a week an estimated six hundred eight thousand people are expected to lose assistance because of the change oregon food bank CEO susannah morgan says she's horrified aside i find an extra appalling that this is happening in the holiday season we're taking food off the tables of our neighbors at the time when we are supposed to be at our very best cells and taking very good care of our communities agriculture secretary sonny perdue points to the country's low unemployment rate and the goal of moving people towards self sufficiency as the reason for the rule change range one point three million california children under age five may lose out on essential services because of a hostile immigration climate according to new report port we get the details from suzanne potter researchers from to children's advocacy groups found that the trump administration's anti immigrant policies and heightened law enforcement enforcement have had major impacts on children up to age five under a lopez is with butter los ninos which runs head start childcare centers in los angeles she says families are dropping out of crucial programs for fear of being deported that's been the most heart wrenching thing for us is seeing their struggle in the fear that it has been invited and lopez says many families are refusing all forms of public assistance even for their american citizen children mistakenly believing that this would be held against them when applying for residency president donald trump has said his policies are designed to reinforce the rule of law and save taxpayer dollars at bill targeting targeting robocalls is expected to make the president trump's down before the end of the year the legislation known as the traced act was passed by nearly unanimous vote in the house wednesday in has strong support in the senate the act would require phone companies to block robocalls without charging customers any extra money in require most carriers in the US ensure that calls are coming from real numbers during the month of november americans received an estimated five point six billion robocalls this is p. PIN s. as core proceedings continue against exxon mobil on claims the company misled investors about the risks of climate change a recently discovered journal suggests the coal industry also knew about the potentially catastrophic impacts of burning coal as early as nineteen sixty six dr christopher cherry a university of tennessee professor who found the industry industry journal says he was surprised by how clearly executives understood how CO two emissions were linked climate change talking about changes in temperature causing polarized capped inundation of cities like new york and london in one paragraph and basically summarized what we've been observing and what scientists have been describing what's going to happen that they did it back in the sixties she's fifty years ago the first federal regulations for CO two emissions from coal fired power plants did not come until two thousand fifteen and were repealed in two thousand seventeen peabody has responded to the findings acknowledging fossil fuels role in climate change and promising to advanced technologies to reach its goal of near-zero emissions i'm burke galapagos any report suggests severe weather due to climate change is disrupting global supply chains and putting michigan companies in the state's economy at risk it says has in the last five years the seats experienced eleven climate or weather related disasters that each topped one billion dollars damage jim doyle president of business forward award the nonprofit group that compile the findings says extreme weather as affected farmers manufacturers and other businesses across the state for people in michigan to be looking around and saying look i believe in climate change but can we afford to fix it and what this report tries to do is show that we can't afford not to fix it and other environmental news new research says the trump administration's proposal to weaken rules for emissions of mercury and other toxic substances is based on faulty economic analysis andrea series it's has more the report from the external environmental economics advisory committee says the cost benefit analysis used to justify the rule change his based on outdated data data didn't use the best available science and undermines the benefits of the current rule while overestimating its costs according to a report co author joe aldy it ignores the public health benefits associated with cutting mercury emissions such as reducing the risk of heart attacks some of this research suggests that the impact there or maybe on the order of billions of dollars a year in terms of the public health benefit the reducing those heart attacks that would reduce people's exposure to mercury the ethier's analysis says z. obama era rules saves only six million dollars a year the agency's expected to issue a final rule by the end of this year a coalition of major hospital groups is suing to stop the trump administration from requiring them to disclose the prices they privately negotiate with insurers the move comes less than three weeks after the administration issued a final uh-huh price transparency rule that officials say will help reduce healthcare costs i'm mary sherman for public new service member and listener supported and online at public news service dot dot org the person it off the warriors stories take it can you the the yeah uh-huh the okay uh-huh the uh-huh the uh-huh the the the the yeah the uh-huh yeah uh-huh the the uh-huh the president the patch the yeah the uh-huh the yeah hi the award uh-huh RV the the uh-huh the it uh-huh the uh-huh the the yeah yeah the it yeah yeah uh-huh yeah the uh-huh yeah breath in april talk the uh-huh yeah yeah the ooh the tape uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh yeah uh-huh yeah uh-huh yeah the it the uh-huh the the game the the work yeah uh-huh uh-huh the they took aw it is the the i aw take the the the they took take off the the the yeah the in her own take uh-huh the the aussie the act doc the release protect you 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son as well as the debunked conspiracy theory about the two thousand sixteen election constitutes suits impeachable offense the fourth who noted he was not a trump supporter disagreed and argued the case has not been fully investigated and would create a dangerous precedent didn't for future impeachment the trump administration's new rule tightening work restrictions for the supplemental nutrition assistance program is drawing strong criticism from hunger fighting groups the finalized USDA rule undo state's ability to issue waivers on the three month limit for snap benefits to people who aren't either working or in a training program for twenty hours a week an estimated six hundred eighty eight thousand people are expected to lose assistance because of the change oregon food bank CEO joe susannah morgan says she's horrified i find extra polling that this is happening in the holiday season we're taking food off tables of our neighbors at the time when we are supposed to be out very cells and taking the various care of our communities agriculture secretary sonny perdue points to the country's low unemployment rate and the goal of moving people towards self sufficiency as the reason for the rule change one point three million california children under age five may lose out on essential services because of a hostile still immigration climate according to new report we get the details from suzanne honor researchers from children's advocacy groups found that the trump administration's is anti immigrant policies and heightened law enforcement have had major impacts on children up to age five andrea lopez is with butter los ninos which runs head start charles care centers in los angeles she says families are dropping out of crucial programs for fear of being deported that's been the most heart wrenching thing for us uh-huh is seeing their struggle in fear that has been embedded in them lopez says many families are refusing all forms of public assistance even for their american citizen listen children mistakenly believing that this would be held against them when applying for residency president donald trump has said his policies are designed to reinforce the rule of law ed save taxpayer dollars bill targeting robocalls is expected to make it to president trump's desk before the end of the year the legislation known as the traced act was passed passed by nearly unanimous vote in the house wednesday and has strong support in the senate the act would require phone companies to block robocalls without charging customers any extra money honey in require most carriers in the US ensure that calls are coming from real numbers during the month of november americans received an estimated five point six billion leeann robocalls this is p. m. s. as core proceedings continue against exxon mobil on claims the company misled investors about the risks of climate change a recently discovered journal suggests the coal industry also knew about the potentially catastrophic impacts of burning coal as early as nineteen sixty six dr christopher cherry a university of tennessee professor found the industry journal says he was surprised by how clearly executives understood how CO two emissions were linked climate change talking about changes in temperature causing polar ice caps inundation of cities like new york and london in one paragraph and basically summarized what we've been observing and what scientists have been describing describing what's going to happen that they did it back in the sixties fifty years ago the first federal regulations for CO two emissions from coal fired power plants did not come until two thousand fifteen and were repealed in two thousand seventeen peabody has responded to the findings acknowledging fossil fuels role in climate change and promising to advanced technologies to reach its goal of near zero emissions i'm eric gladys any reports suggest severe weather due to climate change is disrupting global supply chains and putting michigan companies the state's economy at risk it says in the last five years the seats experienced eleven climate or weather related disasters that each topped one billion dollars in damage much jim doyle president business forward the nonprofit group that compile the findings says extreme weather as affected farmers manufacturers and other businesses across the state it's reasonable for people in michigan to be looking around and saying look i believe in climate change but can we afford to fix it and what this report tries to do is show that we can't afford not a six it and other environmental news new research sounds the trump administration's proposal to weaken rules for emissions of mercury and other toxic substances is based on a faulty not economic analysis andrea sears has more the report from the external environmental economics advisory committee says the cost benefit analysis used to justify the rule change is based on outdated data didn't use the best available science and undermines the benefits of the current rule while overestimating its costs i according to a report co author joe aldy it ignores the public health benefits associated with cutting mercury emissions such as reducing the risk of heart attacks some research suggests that the impact there may be on the order of billions of dollars a year in terms of the public health benefits reducing those heart attacks reduce people's exposure does your murphy the EPA's analysis says the obama era rule saves only six million dollars a year the agency's expected to issue a final rule by the end of this this year a coalition of major hospital groups is suing to stop the trump administration from requiring them to disclose the prices they privately negotiate with insurers the move comes it's less than three weeks after the administration issued a final price transparency rule that officials say will help reduce healthcare costs i'm mary sherman for public new service member an listener sner supported and online at public new service dot org entrepreneur weekly interviews the brilliant leaders up today in order to provide the stepping stone of wisdom on the journey to personal business ownership now here's your host alan taylor and we have another fantabulous tabula show you know i know me neither actually i i'm just guessing i'm hoping because i i sometimes just get a piece of paper and has a person's name on it in this case it's a gal named deborah he didn't write her last name it's like oh my god awed here's what here's what i do know here's what i do know what i do know is that i have a friend name amanda homes she's the daughter of chet holmes holmes chet holmes international if you don't know who chet holmes is he wrote a fantastic book the ultimate sales machine gene and i almost forgot the name of the book so you understand i am going to do an interview with a lady right now that my friend amanda home said you gotta know deborah and so here she is simply debra hi deborah no actually it is funny because he only wrote debra that's how fast this thing went together deborah brinson b. r. i. n. g. e. l. s. o. n. c. of your strategic solutions LLC or if you put a dot com your strategic solutions dot com you can find her but here's what's what's going to happen so amanda wanted me to talk to deborah about doing a podcast and so i called deborah for just like five five minutes and i said i got one piece of advice and that one single piece of advice is to be authentically you did i not not say that deborah that is absolutely what you said and here's why because if you are not authentically you then you are just i delivering information that you have learned from somebody else the thank you believe is the right stuff versus something that you have discovered covered on your own and it is coming from the core of the soul of the human being that has learned this all the way to your bone marrow and you i wanna help people to not have to suffer the way you have to learn that piece of information and so the only way you can deliver that information is to be authentically you and to to deliver that piece of information that you've learned from your soul to that next person's soul and truly what it takes to do that is something called called love you gotta love people and the one thing i know about our mutual friend amanda homes is she's got more love for human beings than any number number of people i've met all inside that one little tiny person that she is but she's such a big personality because the amount of loved that exudes from her face and those big white pearly teeth when she smiled anyway i'm going to send this to her high demand but the point that i'm making i always ask people to fill out a little form online nine when they're going to be a guest and so debra you filled out this thing and you said something here that i was like okay yes i'm going to interview her because this is a heavy v thing to say to any people in business any corporation any company and it's not even the number one thing that she was going to say but here it is the core more of your business is damaged period the seven questions you must ask first of all that is a bold statement how how do you know that's true deborah i've been growing businesses for about thirty years and one hundred percent of the companies that i've walked into the core of their business is damaged or polluted i've never walked into a company that didn't have that and you know they contact me because their seals are declining or they're marketings not working and sure that's fine you know get a new app or whatever it's not gonna help you you've gotta deal with the fact that the foundation of the businesses crumbling because people are fighting HR's one of the biggest problems in companies companies people are fighting or they're using substances or whatever's going on a one hundred percent of the companies i've worked with almost thirty years the core of their businesses polluted and they won't change things if they don't clean up the pollution who the core of your business is damaged all right we're going to ask you those seven questions that you must ask you all your damaged corporations and companies out there you know it's the truth i know it's the truth because even my company at the core is damaged you know why because i personally have not doing everything everything because there's too much for me to do so guess what looted twisted polluted here's another one debra bring elson says your fancy apps and gimmicks are like putting lipstick on a pig and calling it a beauty queen they don't work only crap bully and this entrepreneur weekly intriguing i would say so don't go anywhere the st jude there's more entrepreneur weekly after these messages you're listening to entrepreneur weekly don't forget pick up an issue of entrepreneur magazine kazini at news stands most everywhere but everywhere on the entire planet you could find entrepreneur dot com and if you've got you know the internet you can find the podcast of this show it's also broadcast on some thirty or forty radio stations around the country and if you're listening on a radio station station thank you radio station for taking our shell there's just entrepreneurs everywhere coming out of the woodworks and they need to know the truth some of the truth is stuff like this the core of your business is damaged that's what deborah brinson says she is the CEO of your strategic solutions LLC you could find online your strategic solutions dot com these are bold statements i love fortune favors the bold i love that and i love the fact that you know what most of us are looking oh gosh around the fringe around the outer edges of ood i'm going to pick somebody hey we're gonna fix some of them you know you got to look at the core and this is true with our our our our our human self as well if we don't fix the core of our character flaws are human self then how can we possibly fix our business so really we gotta fix ourselves i what did they say when you're on an airplane put oxygen mask on yourself i you big dummy before you try and help the guy next to you right debra where did you come up with this what is the genesis of you actually coming up with this the core of your business businesses damaged as such a bold statement well first of all when i go into a company i know the CEO typically because they're the ones who brought me the end but then i really get to know the team and i have confidential interviews and conversations with them and it's like the CEO oh and the team don't work for the same company and when they feel like they can be honest there's a relief in telling the secrets and i don't mean the secrets like we've gotta rip things apart but telling the real stressors in the real problems and they'll say things like you know there's companies falling apart in we're not making taking the feels that we should be because you know this is not working right over in this department or the direction that we're getting the leadership is bad or whatever it is and and you discover that yeah they're still making some sales because maybe they've got a good product but things are not working as they they should you know people are unhappy their HR is going crazy people are leaving their superstars relieving one of the questions is you know do you you have a team of superstars or do you have a team of b. and c. and d. players and what i find is in these companies where the core is polluted they've got i d nc player and they're not getting things done so what you're saying is when you said that your you know your fancy apps and gimmicks and all that are like putting perfume i'm on a pig and calling it a beauty queen the reason why you're saying that if you don't fix the core of the problem the nucleus of the problem then it's just going two wickets way out into all these fancy things you're trying to do anyway and people are going to learn sooner or later that this company are these products are screwed up and they don't even know why and i don't want to mess with that so you really have to you got to dig deep to answer these questions can i ask you in our next we have like seven seven or eight more minutes still but can you get started on the seven questions you must ask to find out about being damaged like this absolutely absolutely so does your team show up with passion and they're excited about what they're doing or are they you know i'm here for a paycheck and you know i'm gonna retire here when i can retire you people walking in the door going how do i make this experience better for my team members for the company see for the the customer if they're not excited which in corporate america most of them are not it's just a paycheck then you've got problems problems just the media notice what you're doing and are they talking about it are you a company that they're like yeah this is a great company they're putting out a great product and people like being there does everyone on the team think like a CEO CEO perspective is very different than you know just somebody who's showing up for a paycheck a CEO trying to solve problems so who are they when they show up right there in other words are they like enterpreneurs entrepreneurs on the insight insight i think that the enterpreneurs of our corporate world are not loved enough for having an opinion instead of just going along to get along all right we're going to continue on the seven questions you must ask to find out if the core of your business is damaged debra bring allston says it is odd hundred percent of the time it is also she says here put this quantum physics have to do with growing business we'll find out on the other side this is entrepreneur weekly news more entrepreneur weekly after these messages passages welcome back to entrepreneur weekly now here's your host alan taylor debra bring allston CEO of of your strategic solutions dot com on the web she's here saying some dish things that us business folks entrepreneurs achievers don't necessarily like to hear but we know we need that tough love that truth that comes from a loving soul that is not afraid to to offend people to tell them the truth the core of your business is damaged she's walking through the seven questions you must ask as an entrepreneur here she here's how many did you give me so for three or four lost track i've given you four you ready for the last one given to me okay so are you micromanaging everything you know you've got a great team and you've let them well then you're not stressed out your spouses and on the verge of divorcing you because you're always at work your kids actually know who who you are and your stress levels aren't you know heading toward a heart attack but most sea levels are micromanaging their businesses and you know the next one is is your company defined by respect or is there a lot of water cooler gossip and and running around and trying to control what's happening happening and the one of the really big tells and this is where people go in and they let's get a new app or let's get a news something or other leads and sales are flat declining maybe up a little bit down a little bit they're not consistently growing and so if you're asking why does this make a difference i'll tell you when it really hit me several years ago i was working with the CEO who had zero revenue for an entire twelve month period and then no money for twelve months right we meet and we start doing you know the we work on the sales and the messaging and all of that but the revenue isn't coming in and i know i i'm using a lot of this the home stuff so i know that it works right ultimate sales she's not making any money and so i said you know i think there are some problems at an energetic arctic level so you ask you know what this quantum physics have to do with growing this right and they said let's clear out that negative energy out of you the CEO out of your eighteen and out of the business so we started doing it we started working at the quantum level we started healing all of that you know negative energy and anger and you know people not following through or being passionate she took her business from zero dollars and a twelve month period to six hundred and two million dollars cut twelve months later oh gosh that's that's just hold over and over again that's crazy stuff right there it is this crazy stuff that's awesome crazy stuff but the thing that's crazy is that's not just a one off i've seen this over and over and over and over again so i'm looking at this next one symptoms are not the problem what they are and how to fix them so you have obviously turned this into a science this whole thing of kind of exploring all right let's dig deep into the core of these problems it's gonna take some tough love put on your big girl panties or your a big boy boots or whatever you gotta put on because we're about to get down and dirty i mean how do you even start this stuff with people well the first thing i do is i i talked to the people who were there which you know what most companies are not talking to their people you will get the most brilliant ideas and and understanding what the problems ktar if you just talked to the people so i talked to them i find out what the problems are and then i'm not afraid to address them which most people they don't wanna address problems sounds like you know if we ignore it it'll go away ignore it it'll burn your company down we'll speak into that who is the biggest dragon breathing fire on your company you'd be surprised i'm not sure what that means but give it to me well i don't know if people are gonna wanna hear this are you sure you really want me to say tough love baby okay the the biggest drag in most of the time in any company is the CEO i agree yeah because you know the the they're the ones at the top trying to say that their leader but they're not actually leading a lot of times micromanaging or they're suppressing problems they're not giving their people room to fail you know people should be innovating and looking for solutions but so many people are afraid of retribution they try something and and they sail and we don't give them the space to learn from it and then take it to the next level such a good leader i gotta tell you that take leagues such character and trust and faith out of that leader who let me tell you i was not one of those guys and i'm getting to that point it don't come easy easy anyway continue well and you know what that's my role my role is to help guide the EEO protect the team protect the CEO CEO from you know the fallout and then bring everything together at a much higher level and that's when you get those explosive results that's when you get people who show up and they're so excited to be there they're looking for solutions they're not just their four up paycheck that's when the company's explode and they see that you know thirty to thirty five hundred percent grace wow well all i can say is from what i see here of course thanks to amanda homes for introducing us i happen to love the tough questions i love it when i see something like the core of your business is damaged bull period to me that means somebody's nobody's asking those hard hard questions and i think that all CEO's and all employees really need to ask are they doing the best that they can little fleetwood mac go your own way i think you have gone your own way debra debra wilson and i think you need to be right in a dag on book and you should call it the core more of your business is damaged oh my god that would make people take a look at your strategic solutions dot com on the web nice job debra thank you so much it was fun it was fun you guys we gotta take a look at ourselves deep deep deep deep a hard look if you're not honest with yourself how can you be honest with anyone else this is entrepreneur weekly they welcome back to entrepreneur weekly now here's your host alan taylor our next guest he's going to help us by by helping us to understand and well let me just tell you the name of his book that's probably the best way he's the author are actually the co author of cracking complexity the the breakthrough formula for solving just about anything fast oh my god do i need this right now anyway welcome back it is entrepreneur weekly his name is david com lows he is the author co author of cracking complexity david so here's the deal we have a finite amount of time so you're going to have to prove to us that you can crack the complexity of trying to explain your entire thesis thesis and your life and the meaning of life in twenty one total minutes go okay i just need one minute alley ali thank you for having me on one minute okay well go get another gas but to go behind you in that case because i got plenty of time here now seriously seriously talk about this first of all you know give us the genesis of the book i mean this obviously it always comes from somewhere and the light bulb goes on and you go mike god i mean my my buddy david benjamin and i we have tapped in to the fountain of youth and knowledge and understanding it could be that we're gonna the die because that's the tree of the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil right period full stop absolutely you know we've been david and i've been involved with a company called integrity for many many years about eighteen years into it we got to write a book and it really is on cracking complexity complexity flexes the biggest challenge that entrepreneurs face it's the biggest challenge that the world faces whether you're a society leader government leader leader of an NGO sports team hollywood the studio or a fortune five hundred company it's that every once in a while you're dealing with a challenge that has so many moving parts and so many people that have to be brought together and mobilized it's really hard to do that at pace and at scale to achieve the kinds of outcomes you're looking to achieve whether it's trying to grow faster take cost out more sustainably or pivot as an entrepreneur grow your sales or transform your organization or figure out how to deal with the opioid epidemic any of these kinds of big multi-dimensional title big challenges and we just have a way in which to make progress on these very very quickly how to solve the big challenges fast had a mobilize people fast we've written a book on senate that applies to you if you're an entrepreneur and youth your fortune five hundred c the name of your company send teguchi ooh interesting give us a little bit on that yeah if i can go geek a little bit it's a synergistic ten segue and basically it's all about how to bring balance equilibrium synergy by leveraging the forces of compression and tension how to embed friction and leverage it to you get to a more stable place when there's lots of forces swirling around s. y. n. t. e. g. r. i t. y. a group dot com on the web syntech group so complexity we all sit in these meetings and somebody throws their idea on the table somebody else else pooh-poohed the idea somebody else is no but we can somebody else's how you're going to accomplish that complexity and then they start throwing all of the things that are going to be in your way to do your thing but i think that you know necessity is the mother of invention right so sometimes you just need to do something thing that you know is the right thing but you you haven't got a clear path but you're gonna just go how do you find the team that backs you up that helps you you to solve these complex problems to me it takes a village doesn't it it really does take a village and not everybody in the village and sometimes sometimes not everybody you need is from the village there's a law that we go by most people haven't heard of it before but it's really really powerful it's the law of requisite variety the law of requisite variety he says only variety can destroy variety and what that means is when you're dealing with a big challenge with lots of moving parts like i need to transform my business right i gotta grow sales once and for all or any to pivot and i'm not sure what to give it to the only way to absorb the variety of the situation is by bringing the right group of people together and that group the people is going to be comprised of some of the usual suspects usual decision makers usual influencers usual advisors but it should also be comprised depending any on the challenge of unusual suspects people who might be part of your customer base or people you could partner with more people used to work for the regulator tom you you said it you said it people you can partner with me alliances are what is going to rebuild america strategic wise alliances partnering all take a break oh my gosh rush cracking complexity the breakthrough formula to solving just about anything fast david komo's is with us cintas dot com this is entrepreneur weekly we're gonna come back and talk more about this young man onto US rock in outright just ocala entrepreneur magazine is on newsstands most everywhere at around the world you'll see it in different versions even india you can find us online at entrepreneur dot com entrepreneur media doing all kinds of great things and this podcast is one of many please go to entrepreneur dot com check out all the different grape podcast entrepreneurs that are you know giving advice out there david com lewis is on the line with us he is co author of cracking complexity city the breakthrough formula for solving just about anything fast what is this formula david i'm i'm curious i know you've probably got the chapters in your book maybe in a nutshell so this formula is about solving things fast in mobilizing people fast around the solution the way it starts his by framing framing what you want to solve in the form of a question right what do we have to do starting now in over the next year to grow faster or what do we have to do now in over the next it's ninety days to launch this joint venture or what should we pivot to and what's it gonna take to get there whatever your challenges you want to frame frame it in the form of a really really good question and if you think about the challenge faced with and the opportunity you're looking to seize it won't take very long to frame it in a really good question which really is the the invitation to a broader group of people within your company and sometimes from outside your company to help you answer that question now when you have that question then it really really comes down to who do i need to answer that question with me who's buying do i need whose knowledge and talent do i need to leverage in order to get to really good answers and as i was mentioning in early in terms of requisite variety that group you choose really pivotal you want to think about the usual suspects the people who are to your right and left to are gonna be blocking and tackling with you but you also want to bring in the people you don't normally collide with people you don't normally interact with potential customers existing customers your advisory board your investors outside experts so on and so forth and it's the combined talent and knowledge and information data an influence of that group if you can combine it if you can get it together and get it riffing together you're attacking that question together you've got a good chance of answering that question having everyone bought in to actioning the answers right you you know i'm i'm looking at all this and i think when i see the word fast and you know i think that there are certain expectations go along with that and so i want to reverse this for a moment because i also notice in here is just kind of scanning through things that you talk about that you must also patiently allow the right answers to emerge urge and when you're thinking about the problem i need to eat vast patients usually is not the first thing that comes to mind maybe you can riff on that yeah i i mean we had the fable of the tortoise and the hare where the moral of the story is sometimes you have to go slow to go fast and you do sometimes need to go slow flow in order to go fast but in today's world if you're an entrepreneur if you're a fortune five hundred CEO sometimes the challenges you're dealing with don't afford you the luxury gory of going slow so that you can then go fast and so really today's imperative is to be able to go fast in going slow to go fast and so when we talk about about going fast we're talking about needing to make high quality decisions around which everyone is aligned in two to three days mckinsey just came out and said most most organisations eighty percent of organizations make a trade off between high quality decisions and making them fast and only twenty percent of the organizations that they're able to make high quality the decisions fast and we've been saying that for years and the formula is all about not making that trade off it's about teaching people showing people equipping people for for how to make high quality decisions fast and third element which because he doesn't really talk about how to get people bought into those decisions because even if you can make a high quality decision fast if you you don't have critical mass buying from your business no matter how small it is or how big it is you're not gonna see execution happen at the pace you need it to it's funny i just watched the movie ford versus ferrari the other day and i'm a big car gay and when i'm hearing you here i remember going through racing schools all the rally driving schools in the one thing that the instructor structure would always say about going through the turns is slow in fast out and it's kind of counterintuitive because you know you're like i'm racing i gotta go fast asked fast in but if you take a turn in a car there's something called physics at work and you take a turn to fast and then you're not gonna come out because you're going to spinout in business it's the same way sometimes you have to learn this thing called calm and i find that through doing this radio show oh it's been years now that i've been doing this and asking so many successful business people you know what is it you do to calm yourself you know i remember asking asking matter of fact the president of porsche i said okay you you're the president of you know gigantic sports car company that is all about fast and he says and and i said what do you do he says why do two things one i meditate and to do something that is completely outside of the world of the car world that he's in he says i learned how to fly fly and he goes when i'm flying i'm in my zinn space and and so i find that there's you know people that are in this position that have complex complex businesses and lives they have to do two things one is to step away and do something completely different you know if you're in the car business you're airplanes are horses our fishing or whatever it is i happen to love fishing and cars and not so mature says but anyway the point that i'm making is that they also tend to have a meditative time time in their day and i'm just curious have you found any of that any of this baked into your strategy absolutely this is is what we mean by taking an iterative approach with lots of pauses but concentrated pauses part of the yen and you know i i like listening to what you were just saying when you're dealing with with a fast complex challenge where all the moving parts coming at you fast and furious the way to calm yourself is to step away but to also acknowledged that you're dealing with something that's bigger than you are and it's not going to be enough for you you too have a pause and a think on your own you're going to have to have a pause and think with many other people and if you have those other people with you and you are in deep dialogue along with those other people that is what's going to calm the situation you have to bring people together in person to solve a complex problem face to face must be a big thing with you guys in your book absolutely yeah i mean technologies amazing video conferencing is amazing teleconferences etcetera atra technology advanced amazingly and most of the time you don't necessarily have to be in the room face to face but when you're dealing with something that gets at the heart of behavior and how people are going to behave and what people really feel what is moving them and when they're not being moved you only crock that when you're together together you only build trust really in deep way rapport really in a deep way when you're together and that's what allows you to then go separate and do what you have to do with the trust that either stabbed list while being together so this is the eagles life in the fast lane and if you entrepreneurs out there are listening to this and you realize that you have a complex complex life maybe you're dealing with the complexity of some issue right now you can check out syntech richie group dotcom david thomas he's gonna come back and you're gonna put on your professor's cabin now you're going to teach us how to do this we've been talking about it we're going to change ended up a little bit and you're going to teach us we'll be right back this is entrepreneur weekly soon stay tuned there's more entrepreneur weekly after these messages are you paying too much for business insurance do you have critical gaps in your coverage entrepreneur insurance can help you find out in six out of ten policies these business owners are paying too much for property general liability or workers comp insurance entrepreneur insurance can help you identify ways to say and any gaps in coverage head ed entrepreneur dot com slash insurance to complete the questionnaire and get a personalized quote it's an easy way to find out if you're paying too much again that's entrepreneur dot dot com slash insurance joining us now is david carlos carlos he is the professor and he's going to give us an example of what it's like to have one of those meetings one of those meetings we all dread to go because we know that we've got problems we've got complex problems and he hopefully can give us an example of what that supreme leadership would be the calm leader the leader that brings people together so that they can actually solve just about anything fast is what he says the book gives cracking complexity the breakthrough formula for solving just about anything fast again david so i think it's really important for people to see how a person in leadership role should and could lead a meeting when we've got problems that team is all here you've got probably probably i don't know maybe a a third of a million people listening right now as far as the nationally syndicated broadcast and podcast entrepreneurs all around the world you're leading us now we've got a problem give us kind of the ins and outs of doing something like this okay allen so let's say you've brought your team together because is your launching a product you're launching it in six months you've been thinking about the product that's been developed by RND and it's time to go your question might be what we have to do to become number one in our category over the next six months you know at launch so you've got the right group in place you've brought you know your marketing agency and you've got people from various levels you got your sales leaders marketing leaders your product leaders you got your decision makers the leadership team you might have ten twelve fifteen twenty people around the table right spend the first ten percent of your two hour or three hour six hour meeting however long it is spend the first ten percent coming up with the agenda in other words there's a leader come up with the question that your team needs to answer but don't tell them what they have to talk about let them tell you what they have to talk about five six different agenda agenda items so once they identify the agenda items whether it's who's the customer what's the message what our launch tactics are we sustaining momentum who are we getting after who's doing what et cetera those are different topics divide the team up into smaller groups to talk about each of those his topics and don't just put people on teams that are talking about the topics assign them as members of a topic or as critics of a topic and make it a fair process so everyone needs to play those roles equal number of times right on the various topics is good yeah so members are going to talk about a topic and their job is to advance the topic as far as they possibly can inservice of answering this big like how do we become number one in the category question critics are going to be listening very carefully to the members and you can invite the critics twice during a half hour meeting to give their critique on what they think could be going better now when you use the member in critic roll it makes makes people contribute differently and it makes people listen differently if you've got five different topics that you've identified that you have to explore to answer this launch question go through them once so one meeting second meeting third meeting fourth meeting fifth meeting member critic and each meeting capture what you're talking talking about in each meeting feed it forward and then run those meetings again so once you've been three or five meetings start from the top and go again and even if it's a two hour a long overall session that you brought these people together for or even it's a one day session try to get through at least two rounds of meetings on each of the different topics and see how the cross pollination and the candidate dialogue really moves the needle further than you would normally get in a two hour six hour meeting at the end only at the end not at the beginning i'm not in the middle only at the end come up with your final recommendations and decisions around what you're gonna do properly launch this product capture category leadership i i like it man i really do i think that what i kind of like about the whole thing is where are you is the leader are you sitting back watching or are you just walking from group to group listening in that's maybe my thought is as the leader where you that's a great question in my experience depending on the situation the the leader will do what you just painted a picture of which is sit back maybe make him or herself or their self a permanent critic never be a member of any of the teams just be a critic the other times there are an equal participant and it really depends on the judgment of the leader how contentious as this challenge and someone who dominates too much are people going to speak openly if i'm at every table all the time like dominate great all good stuff my friend all good and i think is the leader it's very important to be presence presence not just standing there in the room but consciously presentation while you're trusting your group your team to help you solve you've complex issue david com los sin taghrid group dot com on the web very good very interesting thought doc provoking thank you sir thank you our aright integrity group dot com on the web check it out i'm alan taylor next week uh-huh even this program is copyrighted by entrepreneur took in your media inc where the rubber always meets the road actually i'm not even sure what that means to you speed radio radio network live at heart news feeds dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's welcome to the public look news service daily newscasts for december fifth twenty nineteen i'm mary sherman hearings continuing to the impeachment inquiry with four legal scholars 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