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A highlight from Bitcoin Hits $30,000 | Outperforming Market
"All right, so Bitcoin breaking 30k, this of course has a lot of potential impact on the market at large and how all of this is shaking out. There's a lot of mixed signals here. We're going to try to break through that all today. You guys are going to love it. My name is Paul Veron. Welcome back in the Tech Path. Let's jump over to one event that's happening right now. There's so many things happening right now. Pretty much all at the same time, it feels like. Jim Jordan fails to win the house again. This is the third vote. Jordan is not giving this up. Remember McCarthy, it took I think 15 rounds to get him certified in to the speaker role. The question is whether or not there's a lot of people that do not want Jordan in. Obviously he is not necessarily a, I won't say he's a positive crypto, but he has no opinion. But the other scenario that could play into this is we could see someone that is pro -crypto still. So you've got a couple of people that have jumped ship, and that is Don Bacon, voted for McHenry. Lori Chavez, DeRaymer also voted for McHenry. Brian Fitzpatrick flipped over to McHenry. This is a new vote against Jordan. And then McCarthy, Jennifer Kiggins also voted for McHenry. Mike Lawler, which we knew about earlier in the week. And then Marian Miller Meeks also for McHenry. So there's some new people within the Republicans now starting to put McHenry up at the top of the list here. Whether we see Jordan or McHenry jump in, McHenry would be very positive for crypto. He obviously, in support of the bills there in the house, most likely would get them through before these sessions close out and possibly get us some legislation before the end of the year. We'll see how that all comes together. Here I want to jump over to a clip from CNBC. And this was with Powell, and many of you have probably seen some of this. But I just want to play this clip real quick. So no, I don't think that there's a fundamental shift in the way that interest rates affect the economy. There may be some differences in this cycle because of what I mentioned. As I mentioned, we are seeing the effects where we expect to see them, which is interest sensitive spending and also asset prices to some extent and the exchange rate, which you're also seeing a strong exchange rate, which is disinflationary. So I don't think there's a fundamental change in the way monetary policy affects the economy. And again, it goes back to just very strong demand. We take the economy as it is. We take fiscal policy and the economy and all the things we don't control. They come to us, and we conduct policy always to achieve maximum employment and stable prices. So we just take what comes. The fact that we have a strong growing economy, a strong growing labor market, and inflation coming down, these are the elements that we want to see that to achieve the outcome we want. So I'm going to pause it there because he feels to me like there's a little bit of double speak there in the sense that there's still pressure from the Fed to continue higher for longer and also to try to achieve the 2 percent in terms of an inflation target. But at the same time, they're still saying, hey, these things are still happening in the economy when clearly that is not necessarily the case. We are seeing problems in the economy that are running up against us, and that's including job numbers, including the crackdown on credit, including the situation with what we've seen on mortgage backed securities. We are going to see a lot of implosion yet to come. And I think this is the thing that plays out. You look at a couple more tweets and this is where it gets confusing, I think, and then everybody's kind of in the same boat. Here's Kobe Easey talking about stocks are falling like a recession is coming. Home prices are rising like there's no recession with an 8 percent mortgage, by the way. Bonds are falling like the Fed is raising rates. Gold is rising like the Fed is cutting rates. And then you have oil prices rising like a major war is coming. That is very possible. And then tech stocks rising like there's no problem at all. So nothing really adds up. I agree that this is something we've talked about for I'd say the last year is that some of these things just don't make sense with what we've seen in this cycle. And remember that we've been on a run for many, many years. Well over that cycle of a seven year cycle before you see recessions, we're into 15 plus years now. And when you look back really at the last true recession in 2008, I mean, sure you could say the 2020 time was a slight one and maybe 22, but that was induced. The scenario will get into what kind of impressions or issues hit the markets to cause this to maybe shift in another direction, including a shift down. This was Garris Holloway kind of hitting on what I think is pretty close right here. Gold hitting resistance at about 1985, big level. Stock market hanging by a thread with a crisis on the horizon, yields continue higher. All that we know. And the Powell, of course, willing to break something, but history shows Fed won't be causes an epic meltdown. That's the question mark right now is what is that black swan that is in a war? Is it something happening in the job market? Do we see enough pressure from inflation and or credit crisis that could occur that really starts all of this to create that domino effect? The problem is there hasn't been major movement. It's in these little steps toward what many people have said is that we're still not out of the woods yet. However, with all of that happening, Bitcoin is outperforming everything. Traditional finance assets in 2023, Bitcoin is smoking the competition as high as $30 ,000 to on October 20th of this Friday moves markets to another correlation is the question mark whether we see it break away from traditional stock market. We'll see. And then right now, about 79 percent and 34 percent accumulated gains on year to date versus Bitcoin and Ethereum. That number is one to pay attention to. Let me zoom in on this chart right here, because this gets you pretty jazzed if you're a Bitcoiner right now. Almost 80 percent up, and that's where we at currently year to date from the beginning of the year. And then Ethereum struggling to keep pace at only 35 percent. And then you see some of the other assets, gold sliding up as 26 percent gain. I'm sure Peter Schiff will be happy about that versus NASDAQ and the SPY. So a lot of traditional finance assets not performing at the pace in which we've seen these risk assets perform. Do we see a structure here where we get that adjustment? Many traders, many analysts still believe that could occur. However, many people are also looking at a short term pump if we do get an ETF. So there's a lot still yet to determine. Watcher Guru says just in, SEC drops lawsuit against Ripple. Some people think this is one of the things that caused this pump, even though I do not believe that. This was the only thing. I think these are a cumulative effect on what's been happening overall from a global macro standpoint. Obviously what we're seeing in terms of conflicts. And then you have things like what's happening in China. Right here. You know, right here is Vale share cap. This of course, Dr. Bear. If you have a reasons I have mine, meaningful moves are always driven by liquidity. And the PBOC injects, this is basically China, injects record amount of liquidity overnight. Remember, there's been another major real estate failure in China. This is one of the big challenges past the Evergrande debacle that's occurred already, which has caused liquidity and also not a lot of trust in the financial system in China. So this is another factor that plays in it when you inject liquidity. Much like if this happened in the United States. Think about this, major bank failures, someone like a BlackRock or a VanEck having troubles. Those would create massive unrest within the population. That's the kind of thing that's happening right now in China. Zero hedge comes in when oil, gold and bitcoin are all flights of safety. Something is about to crack. That's a question. I don't know. I look at this. Yes, I agree with that there's a lot of pressure from the macro side of things. There's a lot of unrest, you know, you know, from when you look at conflicts around globe. And you also look at these cycles. So that's another factor that plays into it. All of this a very interesting time. But there are going to be some people that are being made millionaires in this run or billionaires in this next run. We are going to see that kind of impact. The other thing I want to hit on here is VanEck saying, well, hey, if a spot gets done, you know, in terms of an ETF and it gets approved, kind of zoom in on that for you guys a little bit so you can see it. What would you do? Would you buy it or not? Most people are saying when I say most, we're almost 60 percent saying yes, but there's a lot of people out there that are still in the market that is for the direct asset. Now this remember a spot, yes, that is direct asset as well. But it's a little bit different in the sense that I think it goes after maybe investors that who are not necessarily in their crypto curious or they're just getting into crypto for the first time. But I have a feeling that that will start to create them to quickly move into the markets on exchanges to buy Bitcoin directly and other assets, which I think all coins will be one of the big winners here as we start to see these markets start to shift. We're going to play a few clips here from Dan Tappiero. And this was one with Larry Fink and the ETF. Listen in. The Larry Fink turn for, I would say, institutional investors was very important. Do not underestimate that. Two years ago, he was very clear. He said Bitcoin is a fraud for money laundering or whatever it was. And we're thinking, oh, my gosh, how could he say that? Two years later, he says Bitcoin is a global asset and he wants the ETF. So I would not underestimate the importance of that switch and those comments to let's just say, you know, U .S. institutional capital, but also, I think, global capital. He's you know, it's a 10 trillion asset manager, very well respected. And it seems like every few months we get another turn like that. Some guy who was an ace here turned some. Yeah. I mean, even Dalia, you know, to a certain extent is also kind of repositioned into risk assets. So the fact that we've already seen Wall Street at its best with the big players such as Fink already spinning. Remember, there was a very interesting flip with Fink and that was the ESG issue. That, of course, would play against the potential of a Bitcoin ETF, because remember, so he obviously sees, meaning Larry Fink, obviously sees the future here, not in ESG, but in what we will see. And that is risk assets going forward and a lot of what we're going to see around just crypto in general. Let me play another clip for you guys. This is Tapiero also talking about the sector in general, listen to him. I just wanted a bet on the sector. And that was, so for traditional macro guy, I built a sector bet and it's a portfolio, you know, as I said, of 24 businesses now, 1 .2 billion. And we really are in the middle of this ecosystem, this growth stage. So it was, you asked me the question, how did it happen? Well, it happened slowly and then all at once. And then I put down everything, I got rid of everything I had in the traditional world. I don't have really much exposure in the old world anymore. Once you see the upside potential and how big the TAM, the total addressable market of this space is, everything else is really dull. I mean, you know, bonds and currencies, I mean, moving 10 or 20 percent, who cares? This is like a, this will be eventually a restructuring of how human beings interact with value. That's pretty big. You know, listen, I know everybody watching our channel, you already are drinking the Kool -Aid, most likely, but if you're new to the channel, this is probably an eye -opener for you. You're probably saying, wait a minute, what's about to change? Well, what Tapiero is referring to is really kind of shift of everything, whether it's tokenized securities or it's a blow up of how we see entertainment in the NFT space, it's a blow up on what we'll see in terms of projects starting to come out and a reinvention of the internet. So all of that is interesting because it's happening now and it's happening at a pace. I think I would disagree with him on sense that kind of slowly and then all at once, I don't think we've seen the all at once yet. Yes, it's growing, but it's still under a trillion dollar market cap in a suppressed bear market. So we're not really seeing the all at once yet, but we will. And that's the key that I think he is alluding to, lots of going on there. Let me jump over to this last clip. Actually, I have a couple more clips with him, but one on tokenized assets. Even this concept of tokenizing real world assets, RWAs, which has now become a little bit, has been growing a little more in vogue in the last six months, is still, we went from $100 million of assets tokenized to now $800 million in a few months. But it's $800 million. There are hundreds of trillions of dollars worth of assets. So, you know, and then you look at something like the stablecoin market, which literally three years ago was zero. And last year in 2022, you had $8 trillion of stablecoin settled, $8 trillion. Now, what in the traditional world goes from zero to $8 trillion in three years? At some point in the future, all things of value will sit on a blockchain and be in the digital asset ecosystem. And so that is something, a vision that's beyond just Bitcoin for payments, which is for six, seven, eight years. That's what people were focused on. I don't think anyone would have imagined how big and how fast things have grown.
A highlight from Jim Jordan FAILS | Pro-Crypto Patrick McHenry As Speaker!?
"All right, so let's get into the speaker of the house because there is some rumbles going on in DC. And the question mark is, is it going to be Mr. Jordan or do we have a new entry getting ready to come in and change the game for crypto? All that could be impacting the markets for real. You don't want to miss it. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back in to Tech Path. All right, so a couple of things happening. If you guys have not caught up to a lot of the regulatory scenarios and all that, if you're new to the channel, go over to our YouTube channel and get into this playlist right here. And it's going into all of the things we do, US crypto regulation hearings. We've been covering this for quite a while, gives you a full rundown on the history of where we stand in crypto regulation. So at least you can kind of catch up on some of the things that are happening up there in DC. Let's go over to our first clip. I want to just kind of open up with this one. And this is where it gets a little bit more interesting because of something that is happening right now in DC, and that is the fight for Speaker of the House. Let's jump to our first clip. If Jordan doesn't get to eight, if he doesn't get that low and you'd still be like, you'd be the person that had the most votes. Is there any chance that you'd be the default candidate? You could theoretically get back in. Every single Democrat voted to shut down one one branch of government to be able to see the continuity of government. Birds got to swim. Fish got to fly. I mean, you're looking back at that. Let's talk about what's really going to happen. How about McHenry? So is that should we do that? Should we make a special exception? Let him do something for six weeks or two months. You give Jim the opportunity. I mean, I went 15 rounds. He's only gone one round and why McHenry is there is I selected McHenry. If something was to happen to the speaker, you select who would be speaker pro tem. But I always believed whoever you were selecting as speaker pro tem would be able to do the job until you elected a new speaker. All right. So as you can see, there's a factions within the Republican Party that are starting to become a little bit more contentious. This is the issue right now, because obviously with Jim Jordan not necessarily getting the slam dunk, he's now on cycle two today. Looks like it will not pass again. The question will be, do they stay with Jordan or do they potentially go with this maybe backup concept around Patrick McHenry taking on the speaker pro tem? If he takes on the speaker pro tem, this could be a very good thing. This tweet kind of says it right here, kind of sums it up happening in the GOP caucus there with Jim Jordan, asked about electing Republican Patrick McHenry as a temporary speaker. Jordan's answer proved one more reason. He is not qualified to be speaker. He said, no, nobody wants to deal with the Democrats. This is kind of the scenario that's playing out. And then of course you have just the framework right here, including Warren Davidson. Now remember, Warren Davidson, very pro crypto. Others that are pro crypto that are sidestepping McHenry are a little bit surprising to me because I think when we look at McHenry, if we're going to see crypto regulation, make it through stable coin, the fit act, et cetera, those are most likely going to be coming from a pro crypto speaker or at least someone that can start to get into this. The problem that we will face is these omnibus agreements that are going to start rolling in on it. I want to go over to a couple more clips here. This is Tim Scott jumping on the topic as well. Listen in. What's happening in the house on the GOP side of things, Senator? Yeah, absolutely. One of the things I would suggest if I were president of the United States, I would be calling on my party to have a speaker pro tem make Patrick McHenry the speaker pro tem so that business can be done in the house. All right. So you've got Tim Scott coming in there saying yes. Let's jump over and see what Chris Christie has to say about whether or not it should be Jordan or Patrick McHenry. What, what's going to happen here with speaker this, this feels like terrible timing for all of this. Well, it's awful timing and it's been childish for the last two weeks. To be honest, my own party looks childish after this second vote. If he doesn't get it, I think it's incumbent upon him to do what Steve Scalise did, which is say, okay, it's not me step aside and let's see who's next. Can it be through a pro tem status, expansive powers, or do you want a real a next in line done? I'd prefer a next in line done, Carl, because I think that if you have a pro tem, what's, what stops these eight from going and doing the same thing to that person? If, if it were McHenry, for instance, who I like a lot, I think he's a very good guy. But if it were him, if he does one thing they don't like that he's out, then we're back in this barrel again. I think there's, there needs to be somebody that Republicans are investing in that they'll give support to and let the person run the house. And we think we need that if there's no speaker of the house. What happens next? Well, Sarah, look, I think there has to be a speaker by the end of the week. All right. And he is right. I mean, you look at where this could put not only the D .C. situation around funding a lot of these bills that are going to be in limbo, but more importantly is what kind of structure we're going to see in terms of new entries coming in. Obviously, with some of the problems that we're seeing in the Middle East, because funding will be a big factor. And you already saw Biden already asking for another hundred billion for both Ukraine and Israel support. And with that being the case, you're going to need a speaker, you're going to need a house that is in alignment with going forward. And kind of like what Christy was talking about, I don't know that I would agree with the sense that it's got to be somebody that locks in. Now, it could happen, but I don't think it's it's also the option that McCarthy gave, which is 15 rounds. This would take too long and affect too many outcomes in a very short period of time, because we are in a very unusual and precarious window of timing here, not only for a lot of bills, but also now with support for a lot of the global efforts of the United States, including what we'll say is the military industrial complex. So there's a lot happening in D .C. right now. Twitter comes in. This is kind of showing a little bit more. I will continue to vote for our duly elected Republican speaker, Kevin McCarthy, who should never been removed. In the meantime, we must empower Speaker Pro Tem Patrick McHenry to get on the work with American people. All right. So here's another clip showing some of the support. Listen in. Well, it's clear he doesn't have the votes. I don't I don't see the outcome changing here, but I think it's imperative that we empower Patrick McHenry to serve, at least for the time being in that speaker role so that he can get the House moving again on critical issues. All right. So this article kind of breaks down a little bit more of the bipartisan support for McHenry. And if you look at some of the details down in here, you have Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania already putting forward a resolution on McHenry. You've got Dave Joyce also told NBC, hey, we'd we'd introduce a resolution on McHenry. Some centrist Democrats have also endorsed the idea of McHenry and then minority leader Akeem Jeffries also signing an openness about elected McHenry. So is there a shift that is occurring right now in the House where McHenry, I don't know, does he slide in as the speaker? I'd love to get your comments. Or is this more of a temporary scenario because it is it's not a great job. And I think McHenry is not necessarily interested in this. I'm not sure. Maybe he's being talked into it, but he is very pro crypto. And that's something that he is because he's put forth a lot of the bills that are currently in limbo right now. Love to get your feedback on it. Drop some comments down below. You think McHenry is going to make it? And do you feel like this is out? This was the surprise to me to a certain extent. And that was that Tom Emmer is still backing, of course, Mr. Jordan. And I think this is the problem right here, is there's so many in, I won't say it in fighting, but there's a lot of agendas going on in D .C. where, you know, you owe this or they are that. You've got a lobbying party over here. This starts to maybe reveal the issue with WIP, the GOP WIP Tom Emmer. And I don't understand why he would separate, because this is an opportunity for him to get what I feel like he's been fighting for, which is kind of the freedom of the monetary system and really understanding innovation as a core. So it all hits on the potentials of what he's been talking about. Why would he continue to go down to a speaker that I think will slow things down? And that is Jim Jordan. I want to go to another clip here of Jim Jordan speaking out on this as well. Listen in. So conference the is supporting us. So introduce a resolution to empower McHenry to be the speaker pro tem on a permanent basis. Would you support that? I don't think that's the right way to go. I think we should get a Republican speaker. I got 90 percent of the Republicans in the conference in support of me. Would that help buy you more time? No, I mean, I think you should get a Republican speaker. I've been very clear about that. I think that's what a conference is. That's what our rules suggest. So let's get a Republican speaker and get about the people's business. So obviously, Jim Jordan, they're talking about McHenry maybe not necessarily aligning with the principles behind what the caucus, when you look at the Republican caucus, including Matt Gaetz, who kind of started this whole thing. They're not necessarily in alignment with where McHenry is going. So I do see the political bounds that seem to be addressing here. Also want to go to another clip here, and this one is by Jim Jeffries, who is the Democrat potential that has actually been getting some support. Listen in. Are you open to McHenry specifically? Our focus right now relates not just to any one individual, but to getting the institution reopened. I have respect for Patrick McHenry. I think he is respected on our side of the aisle. There are a whole host of other Republicans who are respected on our side of the aisle. Jim Jordan is not one of them. All right. So I think that kind of shows you the scenario that they may could get some bipartisan support on McHenry's side, granted there's a handful of others. But that goes back to Jordan's position, I think, in the sense of, and probably why we're going to see Matt Gaetz turn as well. In fact, I think that's our next slip. Let's go to it now. But what the swamp is trying to do, they're trying to delay a vote for Jim Jordan because they know he is not beholden to the lobbyists and special interests here. So I'm in this interview with you to turn up the heat on Patrick McHenry and any Republican who would try to delay a floor vote on Jim Jordan. All right. So what this boils down to, let's get into this because this is an important understanding. Jordan and the Freedom Caucus, remember, Jordan was one of the originators of the Freedom Caucus. Matt Gaetz now leading this. He's the guy that put this all into play. This is a positioning of power. And the reason is, ironically, that what we're having happening in Israel at the same time, it really gives them a lot more power because now the potential of getting, whether you look at omnibus bills or potential funding for military expansion, et cetera, all that lies in the house and the power of the house. That's why the speaker position is so critical. But at the same time, you've got all these crypto and blockchain bills that are in there as well that could get sucked up into this. So this is a very critical time in this particular scenario as DC starts to draw in on who is going to be the next speaker. Love to get your feedback. Drop some comments down below. We're going to continue to monitor the situation. I feel like McHenry would be good for the industry, but I'm not big at funding war either. So I'm kind of on a catch -22 here, but I would love to get your feedback. Drop some comments. If you guys are not over in the Diamond Circle, make sure and get in now. It's one of the best places to get additional content for us. If you want to catch me out there on X, it's at Paul Baron. We'll catch you next time right here on Tech Path. Thank you.
"15 rounds" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Weather will prevail today. That's the weather across America. I'm Accuweather .com meteorologist Carl Bovinsky. I'm John Trout. It's 23 till. This is America in the morning. For the second straight day, Republicans could not coalesce on allowing Jim Jordan to hold the gavel, but the Ohio congressman is vowing to keep trying. As Washington correspondent Sagar Magani reports, with the likely probability Jordan will lose more votes than he'll gain. It takes a spine of steel to do this job. My friend has that kind of determination, has that kind character, of has that kind of spine. And I think the reality. But we have a chance today to end that chaos and to end that uncertainty. If we don't see a speaker elected in this round, there's going to be another candidate and another internal Republican conference vote and a secret ballot and the country can't afford more delays and more chaos. 15 days should be enough. No person having received a majority, the whole number of votes cast by surname, a speaker has not been elected. This time, Jordan lost even more GOP support with 22 Republicans voting for someone else. Former speaker Kevin McCarthy says Jordan can turn it around. Given the opportunity to talk and listen and earn it, and he would not advise Jordan to drop out. It two definitely or wouldn't three votes. be after I went quite a ways. It took McCarthy 15 rounds to win, but New York's Mike Mueller, who has voted twice for someone other than Jordan, says more ballots won't matter. The outcome changing. And so the question for Jared for the conference how is, do we get back to work? Because that's the reality that we have to deal with. Which leaves the GOP with a big question as the House remains mobilized. No, I mean, I think we should get a Republican speaker. I've been very excited about that. I think that's what the conference is. That's what our rules suggest. Lawlers among the bipartisan group pushing an extraordinary step to give interim speaker McHenry more power. So that he can
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"15 rounds" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Let's shift over to what's going on on the in the House GOP conference, because you've kind of written a little bit about that, too. There is there was some some news on the front of the Hunter Biden court battles, the case against him dealing with his plea bargain that fell apart. That case has been dismissed. That doesn't mean a gun charge was what was why don't you explain it? What's going on with Hunter Biden was more of a technicality because of a subsequent indictment, right? Am I understanding that right? Right. You are. But it was actually it's a pretty significant step, because up to now in court, Hunter Biden's defense argument has been these this indictment on the felony gun charges is invalid because Weiss and Hunter Biden both signed the plea agreement. And Weiss's argument in court had been, OK, well, the probation officer didn't sign it, so it technically never went into effect. And Hunter Biden has not really put forward any defense other than trying to get out of the indictment on the technicality of the fact that the plea bargain and the diversion agreement existed. The judge is saying basically now that Hunter Biden's main defense up to this point is not valid because the plea bargain never went into effect, siding with Weiss. So now Hunter Biden has to come up with essentially an entirely new defense for the gun charge that has nothing to do with the sort of process of how the indictment and the plea bargain came about. And they actually have to defend the conduct itself, whether Hunter Biden did purchase a gun illegally as a drug user. So this is a real game changer for Hunter Biden's defense and not in a good way. Speaking with Sarah Bedford of the Washington Examiner, speaking of not in a good way, the House GOP conference is still at odds. There's no end in sight. They nominated Steve Scalise, but they do not have 218 or 217 votes on the floor, at least from my count, to make him speaker. So we could be going on in perpetuity. How does this affect oversight? How does this affect James Comer's committee? We we we saw news from him this week that Biden contacts in Hunter's business, family business was in the tens of thousands now, something like that. Yeah, that's right. That was from a FOIA lawsuit. The government just sort of saying this is how many documents we have to go through that's responsive, tens of thousands. Obviously, this puts things a little bit on hold, right? There's sort of a general consensus that business can't really take place while there's no speaker. And I think this could be even more protracted than what we saw with McCarthy in January when we had 15 rounds of voting. Back then, there wasn't even really an alternative to McCarthy, right? He was the only candidate and it still took 15 rounds to elect him. Now, Scalise is not the only candidate. There's a significant number of Republicans, 99 of them, who voted for Jim Jordan. So this is not a situation like McCarthy, where he was sort of running unopposed and still struggling to sew up the conference. Scalise is not unopposed and he's going to have a really difficult time. I think it's just it's just mind-numbingly dumb. It's just dumb, bad timing, bad optics. There's there's just nothing good about this. Read everything Sarah writes over the Washington Examiner and read her tweets and or X's over at Twitter and or X at Sarah C. Bedford. Sarah, thanks. As always, we will catch up with you next week.
A highlight from 1279. Next House Speaker = Pro Crypto Tom Emmer!? | Ron Hammond INTERVIEW | Crypto Regulation
"All right, so welcome in today, we're going to be diving into what's happening over in the House of Representatives, as many of you probably are already aware, Kevin McCarthy out and potentially a vacant spot could be filled by a pro -crypto lawmaker. It's going to be interesting to watch. We'll break it down for you guys today, we have a good interview I think ahead of it as well. My name is Paul Baron, welcome back into Tech Path. Before we get into the interview here with Ron Hammond from the Blockchain Association, I want to play a clip and we'll set it up. He's kind of waiting in our room here, so he's watching this at the same time. Let's go ahead and cut to this clip to give you guys Kevin's overview. How confident are you that you will have this job for a full two year term? A thousand percent. The office of Speaker of the House is hereby declared vacant. Key members of the narrow Republican majority he presided over turned on him in a dramatic statement of no confidence, a final vote 216 to 210. So everybody said they broke promises. I had to go find out what these promises were, right? He promised to use the 2022 baseline numbers as appropriation numbers for this year. And he didn't. Are you angry? Maybe he didn't. Are you pissed? I don't know. Doesn't this just completely paralyze the House? I mean, we could see 15 more rounds. I don't think we will. I will not run for speaker again. I'll have the conference pick somebody else. Chair declares the House in recess, subject to the call of the chair. North Carolina Republican Patrick McHenry was designated acting speaker. McCarthy's deputies, like Majority Leader Steve Scalise, are being floated for the job. Scalise is battling blood cancer, but says he feels great, has been reaching out to members in a candidate form is set for next week. Have you spoken with him? Have you spoken with him? I've spoken with him, but I'll probably keep our conversations between us. Will you yourself nominate Steve Scalise for speaker of the House? Maybe. There are many people, though. I could see myself supporting Tom Emmer. What about Emmer and others? I think the world is Tom Emmer. He'd make a great speaker. All right. So I want to welcome in, of course, Ron Hammond over from the Blockchain Association. Thanks for stopping in today. Of course. Thanks for having me. That's a very interesting time, to say the least. Yeah. So, Ron, you get a chance to see our kind of our clip supercuts there to try to compile what has happened in a very short period of time and also to a lot of people that maybe did not anticipate this particular move. What I want to get into, obviously, we're going to talk a lot about blockchain and the impact and the role that this is going to play. I want to talk a little about Tom Emmer. He's been on our show before and his position, I know that you work a lot with his office and have with many of the lawmakers. What is your position? Do you think he will be potentially lobbying here for the speaker role? So definitely for sure, I mean, his name has come up, there's four names that come up right now in terms of who's going to be running for the speaker race. But they have a week, I mean, they have six days right now to figure out who exactly is going to replace Kevin McCarthy. And that's kind of the major issue is that we put a pause on all legislative at this moment for the Republicans to get their stuff together and figure out who they're going to have to be the voice of the party in the House, as we saw with Matt Gaetz trying to vacate the speakership and successfully do so, there was definitely a lot of frustration with a lot of the members of Congress of McCarthy for not getting their priorities voted on or for cutting deals with Democrats to keep the government open and a variety of other things have happened in this split Congress. Again, you have to work with the other side of the aisle here to get anything done in a Democrat administration, in a Democrat Senate. And a lot of folks in the Republican conference, again, only eight or so bucked Kevin McCarthy publicly. But there has been a couple of folks underneath the surface that are a little frustrated with the direction that the House is going against some that could be bland, our thieves blend on some of the other trail makers out there. Yeah, I was looking at what you kind of saw it there on the supercut there for those of you listening on the audio side, maybe you don't necessarily see that. But when McHenry hit that gavel there at the end, he seemed very frustrated that this was happening and had happened with such a unique position, obviously coming in from the Republican, especially if you look at the power of what the Freedom Caucus has been able to do. I want to get into Patrick McHenry because he has been pretty much a very good proponent of crypto digital assets. But more importantly, I think just the scenario of the overreach by the SEC, what changes with McHenry's position? He's got a couple of bills running through the House right now. Where does that stand? Yeah, so just a level set here. So back in January, actually, when the first speaker fight was going on, Q was going to be speaker, we had 15 rounds to get to McCarthy. Patrick McHenry was given the opportunity to say, hey, look, you've been in Congress for a long time. Do you want to be in the leadership? Do you want to be involved in what bills we get to vote on? Do you want to be involved in the negotiations for things like the budget and such? And he actually passed that down. It's pretty rare to do in Congress, actually. He actually said, look, I want to focus on my committee, financial services, and work on, he said, crypto. He said, one of the reasons why I'm not going to be in leadership and deal with a lot of these important negotiations with the admin and such is because I want to work on legislation. I want to get something down across the finish line. Again, very rare. So he doesn't want to be in this leadership fight and these leadership drama. But yet he gets dragged in every single time, which is almost a testament, though, of who he is. I mean, he's a respected member among a lot of his colleagues, both on the more conservative side and more moderate side. But at the same time, he doesn't want to be doing this. He saw the gavel break there. He almost broke the dang thing. He wants to be back legislating. And he didn't want to get dragged into here. But he is kind of the adult in the daycare right now. I mean, it's a mess. I just came back from Capitol Hill. It's a mess out there right now. Everyone's scrambling to find out what's going on. In the meantime, he's saying, look, I'm not going to do anything, at least I'm temporary speaker. My job is just to hold this gavel and to bang it a little loudly and then to bang it back in when you Republicans are ready to get going. And we're hopefully we'll have a vote a week from today on the new speaker. But as you can see from this Republican conference, there's a chance that might not be happening because it's how fractured everything is right now for the Republicans.
A highlight from A Leading Candidate for Next Speaker of the House is One of Crypto's Biggest Allies in D.C.
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me and LW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Wednesday, October 4th, and today we're discussing so many interesting political stories. Broader political US machinations that have some interesting implications for the crypto industry. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Hello, friends. Happy hump day. Now, I mentioned yesterday that I wasn't going to do full SPF trial updates every day. My current plan, although it's, of course, always subject to change, is effectively to save up every few days for really important stuff and give you the full rundown. Now, that said, I will try to give you the very highest highlights if there's anything super important. And really, the only big notable detail yesterday was around witnesses. In addition to the FTX leaders that we know had cut deals with the Justice Department and who were planning on testifying against Sam, including Gary Nashad and Caroline, it appears as though former COO Constance Wang, and probably most notably to the crypto community, former Alameda Co CEO Sam Tribuco, are also planning on testifying. Given that that other Sam has not been heard from, effectively since he went off on his boat in the summer of 2022, that one certainly got some tongues wagging. Now, that said, when it comes to the crypto industry and its actual future, the much more interesting story was drama in Congress. I'm excited to dig into that. But before we do, I'm also thrilled to announce that the breakdown today is welcoming a new sponsor. That sponsor is Kraken. Now, Kraken is a company I've known forever. Their founder and former CEO Jesse Powell is one of the true OGs of the space. And I've just known tons of super high integrity people who have ended up working with Kraken. And I think that that comes out in a lot of different ways, including them being super early, for example, to proof of reserves. I'm really excited to have Kraken on board as a sponsor, and so you will be hearing from them over the course of the show and in future shows as well. But let's talk congressional drama and what it means for crypto. TLDR, House Republicans have plunged into disarray as the fallout from last week's narrowly averted government shutdown plays out. Specifically, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has been ousted from his position after Matt Gaetz filed a motion to vacate, calling for a vote to remove the speaker. Now, this outcome always had some chance of being in the cards. McCarthy was elected speaker in January after a torturous, modern record 15 rounds of voting. McCarthy made a range of concessions and deals with various GOP factions in order to gather enough support to be elected speaker. Among them was a rule change that would allow any single House member to call for a vote to remove him at any time. Gaetz, who was one of the primary agitators pushing for a government shutdown last week, unsurprisingly pulled that trigger on Monday evening. The last straw seemed to be the revelation of a secret deal between McCarthy and the Biden White House to ensure ongoing Ukraine funding. On Tuesday, the House voted 216 to 210 in favor of McCarthy's removal. Several conservative Republicans joined with Democrats to support the motion. This is the first time in US history that the Speaker of the House has been removed by a vote. Indeed, even calling for a vote is extraordinarily rare, with the last one taking place over 100 years ago in 1910. Now, of course, there will be plenty of places where you can go discuss and hear about what it represents in terms of the state of American politics and the deepening divides within the Republican Party, but that's not really what matters in the context of this show. What matters is that shortly after the vote concluded, Republican Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee Patrick McHenry assumed the Speaker's role and graveled the chamber into recess. McHenry will now serve as the interim Speaker until a vote can be held next Wednesday. So the first part of the story is, of course, that Patrick McHenry, as you will well know from listening to this show, is one of the most pro -crypto congressmen we have. As leader of the House Financial Services Committee, he has worked very hard to push a number of different bills, including the stablecoin bill, through. And so the fact that we now have an ally sitting in that vaunted position should be a powerful thing, right? Well, practically speaking, the House will be held out of session until that vote next Wednesday, meaning that McHenry will not have an opportunity to advance a legislative agenda. Getting back then to who might end up as the Speaker, Gates and the rest of the House Freedom Caucus don't have anywhere near enough votes to advance their own candidate, but they are numerous enough to act as a veto for other potential speakers. McCarthy, for his part, has said he does not intend to put his name forward for consideration in next week's vote. And so, among a long list of potential candidates as a replacement, support appears to be coalescing around two options. First is House Majority Leader Steve Scalise. Scalise is currently finishing up treatment for blood cancer, but enjoys broad respect from both the establishment and radical wings of the Republican Party. The other leading candidate is House Majority Whip Tom Emmer. Emmer is, of course, known to the crypto space as a fierce advocate of sensible crypto regulation. He has advanced numerous bills on clarity for token issuers and resisting the creation of a CBDC. Now, Gates, for his part, has spoken kindly of both frontrunners. On Monday night, he said, I think the world of Steve Scalise. I think he'd make a phenomenal speaker. At the same time, Gates noted that unclear resolution to medical issues make it difficult to know whether Scalise will be an appropriate choice. On Tuesday night, he said something very similar about Emmer and ended the day with a shortlist of six candidates he would be willing to support, including both Emmer and Scalise. Now, if Emmer succeeds in gathering the votes to become the next House Speaker, he has an opportunity to push forward a crypto legislative agenda prior to next year's election. There are currently two bills which have been ratified by a committee and stand ready to be voted on in the House. One bill provides regulatory clarity for stablecoins, while the other establishes a regulatory framework for the crypto industry more broadly, including a division of power between the SEC and the CFTC. Neither bill is expected at this stage to have the votes to get past the Democrat -controlled Senate to become law. But that said, there have been some recent rumblings that Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown could be open to a deal with McHenry. Specifically, he might be willing to support crypto legislation in exchange for McHenry's support in passing cannabis banking reform. Now, we are still a long way from Emmer being placed in charge of the House agenda. There's no telling how long it could take to elect a Speaker. The last time around, this process took the better part of a week to resolve. And since then, the fractures within the Republican Party appear to have become more entrenched. Then after that, once a Speaker is elected, crypto ally or not, the number one consideration will be putting in place long -term government funding. The stopgap funding measures which were passed last weekend will run out in mid -November. The House Freedom Caucus has grown increasingly clear in their calls to reform the way congressional appropriations operate. Since 1990, the U .S. government no longer puts forward formal budgets with individual financing bills. Instead, the government is funded using omnibus legislation which deals with the entire annual spending in one gigantic bill. Gates called for a major reform of this system and a return to fiscal conservatism on Tuesday night in front of Congress. Gates said, You know what I think paralyzes us? Continuing to govern by continuing resolution in omnibus. You know what I think throws this institution into chaos? Marching us towards the dollar not being the global reserve currency anymore. Real chaos is when the American people have to go through the austerity that is coming if we continue to have $2 trillion annual deficits. Now, Democrats, for their part, appeared content to allow the chaos to play out. Ahead of voting with the House Freedom Caucus to remove McCarthy as Speaker, House Democrat leader Hakeem Jeffries said that the chamber has plunged unprecedented into dysfunction. So, bringing it back around to the crypto industry, I think there are a couple things to note. One, even if we get Emmer, his hands are somewhat going to be tied by the legislative body that he inherits and all of the challenges that it represents. As you've probably heard over and over from me, my base case is that we effectively limp over the line of the next election cycle without really getting much done in legislation of any form between now and then. Could this re -galvanize people and lead to some better outcomes? It's totally possible, but for those who are looking for the sunny side for crypto, it's probably very measured in terms of potentially nudging these few bills that have some amount of momentum forward rather than some big radical overhaul. Still, of course, if you're going to choose between a crypto ally as the Speaker of the House and not a crypto ally, it's pretty clear who we want. Now, for the second half of our show, we are going to stay in government land, but before we do that, a quick note from today's sponsor, Kraken. Kraken Pro is an incredible resource for advanced and professional traders. The all -in -one experience allows advanced traders to switch seamlessly between spot trading and other advanced products with a UI that is highly customizable to your unique trading style. With institutional -grade performance, Kraken Pro is Kraken's most powerful platform ever. Go to pro .kraken .com to get started. Thanks again to Kraken for supporting the breakdown. Alright, so as I mentioned, the other big story is that the SEC has been denied an early chance to appeal the Ripple case. On Tuesday, the judge refused to grant the SEC certification to pursue an interlocutory appeal. An interlocutory appeal is when a party is allowed to appeal a partial decision in an overall lawsuit before the case has been fully decided. The SEC had sought to appeal two parts of the decision from the Ripple case prior to a full trial on the question of whether Ripple executives had aided and abetted securities laws violations. Those two parts of the proposed appeal were that sales of Ripple tokens to retail investors through an exchange, known as programmatic sales, as well as the distribution of tokens to contractors and staff, both constituted unregistered securities transactions. The judge said that the SEC had failed to meet the legal standard required to bring an interlocutory appeal. Specifically, they wrote in their order that the SEC is not arguing that the court applied the law incorrectly. Instead, the SEC argued that the judge incorrectly applied factual analysis of the Howey test to the specific set of circumstances in the case. Digging in, the judge clarified their original decision. They wrote that they had not ruled that sales of tokens through an exchange can never produce a reasonable expectation of profits based on the efforts of others in order to satisfy the Howey test. Instead, the judge's decision was that the specific set of facts presented in the Ripple case did not satisfy the Howey test. As an extension of that logic, the judge also rejected the idea that the Ripple case has significant precedential value for other token cases. They stated that that would misconstrue the court's ruling. The order clarified that The court held that based on the totality of the circumstances in this case, including an examination of the facts, circumstances, and economic realities of the transactions, Ripple's programmatic sales could not lead investors to reasonably expect profits from Ripple's efforts. The judge explained that their analysis was based on a multitude of factors and did not turn on the fact that Ripple's offers and sales were on crypto asset trading platforms. They even referred specifically to an order made in the Terraform Labs lawsuit as well as the Library case and stated that the decisions were not in conflict because they deal with entirely separate sets of facts. Peels are only allowed to deal with a dispute on the state of the law rather than a disagreement on how the law has been applied in a particular case. In rejecting the SEC's argument that there was a substantial disagreement about the state of the law, the judge wrote that To simplify it down, the judge appears to be saying that there is no dispute that the Howey test is the correct legal theory to apply in the Ripple case, nor is there any dispute about the judge's understanding of the Howey test. The only disagreement the judge could find on the SEC's application was in how this judge applied the Howey test to the specific facts of the case. The judge ruled that this was not a disagreement subject to appeal. So what are the takeaways of this ruling? Well, one, the decision seems to severely restrict the SEC's ability to appeal the Ripple decision whatsoever. If the regulator wants to bring an appeal, they will need to find new grounds and argue that the judge got the law wrong rather than simply made a decision that they disagreed with. More broadly, this order seemed like an implicit criticism of the SEC's strategy of regulation by enforcement. If each token case relies on a separate set of facts and is of limited precedential value, the theory that the SEC can simply win a handful of cases and apply those precedents broadly across the entire industry appears much more shaky than it previously might have. Finally, the judge in the Ripple case appears to have given a lot of thought on how to make their decision unable to be appealed. This order did not give the impression that the judge was looking to make decisions that would need ratification in an appellate court. Instead, it appears that the original Ripple decision was written in such a way to make it resistant to appeals. They seem to have thought through the arguments that might be made to force an appeal and worked around them in advance. In terms of what's next, the judge set a trial date in April to deal with the remaining issues in the case, and the SEC will be able to make another attempt at an appeal once that trial winds up. Now, a lot of folks in the industry were, of course, very excited about this. Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO at Ripple, said, just that XRP in this case wasn't one, and that even though some XRP acquirers purchased it for speculation, the SEC didn't prove it was tied to the efforts of Ripple. Now, on the flip side, although the judge's decision was fairly firm, some crypto lawyers did caution against celebrating too early. Gabriel Shapiro, the general counsel at Delphi Labs, said, don't get too excited about the denial of SEC's interlocutory appeal in Ripple. It doesn't mean the SEC lost its appeal. It means that if the SEC wants to appeal, it has to appeal everything at once after the trial. Still, some useful clarification of Judge Torres's opinion. Consensus lawyer Bill Hughes, however, thought the decision was a more significant blow to the SEC, tweeting, SEC served another L in the Ripple case. Crypto has been calling BS on this making it up as you go approach. Good to see at least one court also taking note. So, friends, overall, a fairly exciting day in crypto land. We got a demonstration of how U .S. politics, as disconnected as it might seem from crypto, actually has an impact on how the industry might grow and develop in this country. And we got yet further evidence that when it comes to the rule of law and protecting this industry's right to, you know, be an industry, the courts are, at least at this time, our best backstop. In any case, that is where we will wrap for today. Excited to share more evolutions with you as they come. Thanks one more time to Kraken for sponsoring the breakdown. And until tomorrow, be safe and take care of each other. Peace.
"15 rounds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At least two or three times in those 15 rounds and he says, I don't want this job. This is a mess. I think most people would agree with that and as this mess continues they're not getting the work done. They need to get done. The president's tweeting this morning that he would like to see some aid for Ukraine. We know that speaker McCarthy would like some money for border security. those How are two things going to come together with this going on? Well, this is a massive distraction to not just border security, Ukraine aid, but also the 12 appropriation bills that need to get done on the Senate side, on the House side. Then they have to come to a conference and agree upon it and then send those 12 appropriation bills to the president of the United States. And remember, when the debt ceiling deal, when they were able to agree on the debt ceiling deal, if they don't get those 12 appropriation bills, there's a cut of 1 % across the board. So that is the impetus that these individuals have to actually get the work done. The issue is this is going to be a huge headache and extraction is going to take potentially a lot of days. If Speaker McCarthy loses this, then we have to into go a speakership battle and how long did it take in January for that to happen? Yeah. So this is some of the concerns. But when you talk about Ukraine aid, President Biden is steadfast that he wants Congress to act and move. They feel like their drawdown authority is starting to evaporate and they need more funds. The president, according to our colleagues who had a scoop is going to be reaching out to allies to try to temper their concerns that the States United will, of course, be there in support of Ukraine. But Kevin McCarthy made it clear on CBS over the weekend that he wants border security and Ukraine aid to be linked. He basically said there's no Ukraine aid if we don't get enough security for the border. AMH, thank you. Anne -Marie on the latest down in Washington, D .C. I wonder how close we are to politicians, congressmen, just having a chart of the 10 -year yield up down in Washington for when they wake up. What do of you think six basis points? Four seventy -four. I don't think they look at that. I don't think they... Congressman French Hill quoted a 10 -year yield. Yeah, but he's got a Bloomberg in his office. I mean, French Hill's got interns that have Bloombergs. They're going to have to look at it as they have to pay the interest rate expenses. That's going to become a real issue. Yeah. Hey, we're getting closer. not saying I'm we're there, but we're getting closer. The banker from Little Rock is not normal in Washington. Understood. New York City. Megan Robson of Bloomberg .com. Story. You get the story behind the story. How your EV's battery may not be as green as it seems. Why a decrease in global birth rates could send countries scrambling to increase immigration. You get context. Context changes how you see things. How you change things. Because context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg Together com. we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future. At the Bloomberg New Economy Forum we help make this possibility a reality by cultivating new connections among global leaders that transcend geographies, industries and technologies. Because when global leaders work together the outcomes benefit all
"15 rounds" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Well, when I tell people all the time when they ask me, Mr. freshman, what have you seen on this? I tell them, you know what, from from everything that I expected, it's more of so the good is actually better and the bad is actually worse than I expected. And I think that that sums it up in a bit. You know, we the relationships and the leadership that I've seen from Speaker McCarthy and, and the team and everyone in the freshman class have we worked together is much better than I ever anticipated, in terms of how we can move forward. Now I had high expectations for the speaker, of course, trusted him with my vote through 15 rounds, and I still do I told him yesterday, I said, I trust your direction on this and your leadership. So I'm very much so very optimistic on that. And then on the other hand, what how how the people that you know, that you've been mentioning, have been acting and sabotaging a lot of the efforts and the progress that we can make. Speaker McCarthy says he's still dancing. I hope he does. I hope he dances through today and tomorrow. They got to get these five to stop this silliness. One says come on in Congressman extraordinaire. Thank you. He's our freshman of the year and you're doing a great job. Appreciate it, Congressman. Come right back. Do you hear the crowd cheering as the ball hits the hardwood floor? This is the moment with only five seconds left on the clock. You pull up for the game winning shot. You watch it soar through the air just for it to fall short because of the exhaustion from playing all night. Don't let this be you fuel your body with whole fruits and vegetables to play hard through the night and end the game with a swish. Start your journey to better health with balance of nature. Call 1-800-246-8751 or go to balance of nature.com to get 35% off your first order as a preferred customer with free shipping and our money back guarantee. That's 1-800-246-8751 go to balance of nature.com or call 1-800-246-8751 and get this special offer by using discount code real.
"15 rounds" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And this was essentially the Republicans trying to come together, coalesce and figure out some kind of spending bill that would avert the government shutdown that's coming at the end of the month on September 30th. However, during that meeting, he was essentially attacked by the Freedom Caucus, members of the Freedom Caucus, which are those 35 far -right Republicans who essentially said that if they don't, if McCarthy rather, doesn't accept their demands, that they will in fact file that motion to vacate, which would essentially take McCarthy from his seat. And McCarthy came in there, he is essentially, according to sources, was visibly distraught. He essentially threw around some explicatives, told his colleagues, you know, F the motion, and the room described him essentially as very irritated, but he essentially welcomed the fight and said that the most important thing right now is trying to figure out this bill. He was upset that that spending bill that they brought forward didn't have enough support, and essentially he said the most important thing right now is not necessarily fighting with the rest of this party, but trying to figure out to fund the government past September 30th. You know, McCarthy just moved ahead with this impeachment inquiry. They still have some really imperative measures in limbo, defense spending, government spending. It seems like McCarthy has found himself in this trap of trying to please all the people all the time, which is just impossible. And this really came by the way that he maintained his speakership. If you remember, it took 15 rounds for Republicans to promote actually McCarthy to Speaker of the House, something that hasn't happened in almost 200 years essentially. And with that, there was a simple caveat, which was a motion to vacate, which would allow any member of the House to essentially launch a vote on his removal. We saw Representative Matt Gaetz come on the floor and essentially threaten McCarthy, that if he doesn't abide by their demand, include which things such as spending bill term limits, releasing January 6 tapes, subpoenaing Hunter Biden, that they would essentially go forward with this motion to vacate and leave it up to the full House where they have decided McCarthy will keep the not. seat or McCarthy can't unilaterally pass any measure. He has to have the votes. I mean, they're trying to force measures that he can't do on his own anyway. Exactly, which really puts McCarthy between a rock and a hard place because he's essentially stuck. He was forced to start this impeachment inquiry into President Biden, an inquiry that was started after nine months of investigations by Republicans that yielded no concrete evidence of President Biden engaging in any wrongdoing. He still had to go forward with that to appease the rest of his party. Now you're seeing him try to bring forth a deal that obviously Democrats are not happy with. But essentially, we're seeing a Republican controlled house incapable of moving forward with a spending bill that they came up with simply because the Freedom Caucus feel as if their demands aren't being met. So right now McCarthy is essentially, as sources say, visibly irritated and really frustrated that they can't get anything done, even though they've been campaigning on doing so well before they attained the majority in the House. ABC's Aika Jachi on the Northwest News Live. That's Northwest News Radio's Kim Shepard. Still to come. Speaking of utter Biden, now that his plea deal has fallen apart, the president's son faces new charges when the Northwest
Breitbart's Matt Boyle Gives Speaker McCarthy an A+
"I want to get some other stories here. That we have a story here for breitbart dot com. I want to read the headline. Speaker McCarthy and video special how the world has changed in new Republican majority in-house. I'll never give up. Matt, you've had the opportunity to interview him a couple times. How would you grade speaker McCarthy as how he's doing right now as head of the House of Representatives? I mean, I would say he's a pretty much an a plus, right? I mean, I think that he's doing everything that he said he was going to do over the course of the beginning of the year. And if anything, that really rainbow chase first week is speaker or the week leading up to him being the speaker the first week of the Republican majority where they had 15 separate speakership elections. We talked about this in the interview. So we did it in our on camera interview. We talked about a whole number of different topics, immigration, China, the border. The debt ceiling was a big part of it. The one of the things we open with was the new Republican majorities like. And that was very much focused on what that first week was like. And he talked about how it was. You know, pretty tough week, you know, 15 rounds like rocky Balboa, but he made it through it. And he said that while it was tough going through and he wouldn't wish that on anyone, it's still he thinks that that made it made the House Republicans come a little bit closer together. And I think you're seeing that happen right now where they just pulled off the remarkable passage of the debt ceiling deal that is forced President Biden to the table to negotiate. And now the Senate Republicans are united behind the house Republicans heading into these negotiations next week at The White House. So. There are a lot of things to like about what McCarthy has done as speaker so far. And I
"15 rounds" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"He was a colleague of mine in my prior line of work. This guy, Tim, super good guy, man. He's called me big city, big city, a big city. We need to talk about some. And I said, if I remember the story correctly, he went to Truman high school and independence, Missouri. And he was a Truman patriot. And Clayton messaged me and said, yep, I went to Truman high, class of 85, and you're absolutely correct. There were guns that almost all the trucks in the parking lots loved hearing you say true in high school and it depends. Me too. I heard this story so long ago. I wanted to be sure I was getting that right. So yeah, it's not the guns, man. Something happened. All right, I got a lot to get to. We got our first guest in a while, Kyle surf and former FBI agent with a really, really troubling story. And you're going to have to stay tuned. So stay tuned after the break. I want him to tell it. Folks, I want to share with you an incredible deal. You know, whenever I find one. So I found another good one for my Friends at Henry, repeating arms. The best value in a rifle I've seen with their H one classic lever action 22. It shoots smooth looks great and it's affordable. Just three to $400 for a rifle. It's made in America and backed by a lifetime guarantee. Listen, Henry doesn't mess around. They make the best rifles in the business. They have more than a million sold because it's so versatile. You can use it for small game hunting, pest control, a plinking away at targets or cans in the backyard. And you know, 22 ammo, you're not going to spend a fortune on that. The Henry H one comes with an adjustable rear sight and a grooved receiver ready for your scope. It holds 15 rounds of 22 long enough to 21 rounds of 22 short, it features a great looking American walnut stock
"15 rounds" Discussed on WTOP
"Technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red 8 15 round ball and more with Frank handler. Yeah, a lot of college basketball going on and number 6 Virginia just got upset at North Carolina 71 63. It's a big win for North Carolina and it's hopes of making the NCAA tournament surprise surprise been a down year for the tar heels, but a big win for them. Knocking off number 6 Virginia 71 63. Also going final GW over LaSalle 92 85, that just went down in foggy bottom, so big win for the colonials now 15 and 14 overall on the season. George Mason 68 66 lead at Dayton just under a minute left there in regulation. Just underway, it is Virginia tech down ten to 5 at duke already done navy falls to Colgate 64 60, Howard loses to NC central 68 60. D.C. United has already scored in the 13th minute Mateus click with the goal for D.C. as that's one zip lead for united over Toronto FC as they play this one at Audi field. XFL, it is the defenders taking on the Vegas vipers, D.C.'s down 6 zip that's in the second quarter. The capitals were winners over the rangers 6 three to snap a 6 game skid TJ oshi, yevgeny kuznetsov, two goals apiece Tom Wilson, Sonny Milano, also scored for the caps who visit buffalo tomorrow afternoon wizards face Chicago more afternoon at home, but they won't have Chris task force. I think it's out with knee soreness. Nationals when their
Joy Behar Says "We Don't Think Biden Is A Liar And A Thief
"Before I go back to what the house accomplished and what Biden was doing. I want to play some audio clips for you. This is your favorite liberal actually probably not, but we'll just say that for the sake of the show, joy behar. Joy behar of the view, this is, see, I want you to, this is what you got to understand. This is very damning news for the Biden administration. Why they're getting it out now, maybe they wanted to get past the election. Maybe they want to let it out before the 2024 election cycle because he says he's running. Maybe that's what they want to do. Maybe they want to sabotage, maybe it's sabotage. Maybe somebody in the Democratic Party wants to throw Joe Biden under the bus. It's fascinating to me that this is coming out now. But here's what joy behar had to say about it in comparison to Trump's raid at Mar-a-Lago, audio clip number two, pop up or Sean. I think that what you just said is right, that there are differences in what happened. Yes. But it's not good. Well, we all know that Trump is a liar and a thief. You know? Who knows? So it's not that big a jump to say that he obstructed and he lied. We don't think that Biden is a liar, and a thief, so we give him the benefit of the doubt. That's partly what's going on. But what I think also is going on, no matter what the truth of it is, will be. They will spin it, bobble head and Marjorie Taylor, and that crowd Matt Gaetz, you think they're not going to spin this that is just as bad as Trump, and so the lie gets out there. People believe it just like that Donaldson person, whatever his name is. What's his name? Byron donalds? I saw him also. He was at the fight on the floor too. He was nominated for speaker at number. By two people. He's the new 15 round. Is that the lying has been so invasive? So ubiquitous. That no one will believe the truth anyway. Yeah, no one will believe the truth, including joy behar.
MTG: Why Last Friday's Deal Is a Win for Conservatives
"Congresswoman Greene, welcome to the program. So I want to ask you, you know, we've been receiving a lot of emails over the last over the weekend about this deal that was negotiated and the deal that was struck, I believe it's a good deal. I believe that our friends that were the holdouts, they pushed it to the limit, and then they realized that the moderates were getting ready to strike back and they still might strike back on the rules vote. Congresswoman tell us about this deal and tell us about how we are on pace to have the most conservative Congress of our lifetime. Well, you know, I've been up front all along. I always love a good fight in our conference. And I'm never afraid of one, but I always wanted to be for the right thing. So I am thankful to my friends and colleagues because there's a few things I like in the package. But to be honest with you, they were pretty much already there before last week before people saw what happened on the House floor. But for the American people to see it happen, I think that was helpful. It brought the dialog and the conversations and the agreements that we had made weeks and months before inside our conference meetings and it brought it out for the public view. So I think that was very helpful. And I'm very glad that happened. I'm excited that we're going to have 12 separate appropriation bills. I think that's a huge win. But that was, again, that was already there before the big fight happened. Now, the only change that truly happened with them holding out after 15 rounds was the motion to vacate, went from 5 members down to one member, but today we have Anthony Gonzalez from Texas saying that is a no go for him in the rules package. And that has him currently against the rules package tonight.
After 15 Rounds of Voting, Kevin McCarthy Has Finally Been Elected
"Late Friday evening going into Saturday morning, a deal was struck for Speaker of the House. The 20 holdouts negotiated a fabulous deal. And I will be very honest with you, as many of you who watch and listen to this program with regularity, I was skeptical. And I was skeptical for good reason, and I'm gonna prove that my skepticism was rooted in a real threat, but these holdouts got us a terrific deal. They pushed it just far enough with real demands. Serious asks of what success looks like, and these are patriots. They're not terrorists as some people on television called them. Dan Crenshaw called them. Narcissistic, insurgents, sociopathic enemies. This is all nonsense. These are patriots that showed in the end that they were willing to negotiate in good faith. Now, these concessions led to real substantive rule changes if the rules package can indeed pass in the next day or two. We're going to talk in great detail of what that means, but we must realize that on late Friday evening, the kind of forces that we're holding out, everyone from Andy Biggs to Eli crane to Matt rosendale to Lauren boebert to Matt Gaetz to Anna paulina Luna. They were pushing and pushing and pushing for real rules changes, but there was a rumbling that began to surface. And that rumbling was from the moderate wing. The moderate wing that consists of people like Nancy mace and Tony Gonzalez and Dan Crenshaw. And Burgess Owens, people that are very much in the establishment of the Republican Party and they were getting and Don bacon. They were getting very angry at Matt Gaetz and Lauren boebert and Andy Biggs and the people that were trying to strike a conservative deal that would represent voters.
"15 rounds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In the seat tomorrow for the door remarks and show So you get Dorey back. Always a good thing. Okay. Uh, Nicole, I I know we love to love his depressing when we talk about it, but we underscore how radical the city council is. We underscore how radical the city attorney's office has been under Pete Holmes and not prosecuting Criminals and the refund the police and just making it such a hostile work environment for police officers over the past few years, But But I know Dory mentions this often and it goes unnoticed by many people, but Included in the list of radicalized characters that are really descending siete to Seattle to a place where It's no longer livable judges. Judges have such a key role in ensuring that criminals stay off the streets. They but many times. Judges are citing with the In this case, the public defender's office that sides with the King County prosecutor's office of the local City attorney's office. I mean, they're all in cahoots together to make sure the criminal Gets off as easy as possible, and by getting off as easy as possible, is back on the streets to wreak havoc on Tax paying law biting Seattle and King County residents, and we have another illustration of this Really shocking because it uh there's video of an ambush. You had an ambush of a rent in police officer where an idol car just pulled up. And one individual shots at 15 rounds. He had a Glock with an extended magazine and shot 15 rounds at a rented police officer. There was a getaway driver as well. They didn't really get away. They got caught. Amazingly, no police officer was injured. So this guy I mean, in addition to being a criminal, terribly 15 shots and missed thankfully Prosecutors because he ambushed a police officers. Prosecutors asked for $1 million in bail. For the shooter and $250,000 in bail for the getaway driver it out the shooter to give you even more context. Ah is wanted Or suspected. I should say of another shooting involving a police officer and is already a convicted felon. So he's a convicted felon he suspected of shooting at another police officer at a different time, and he's on video. He's on video and arrested. For shooting 15 rounds at a rent and police officers. Prosecutors asked for $1 million in bail for him and $250,000 for his accomplish Now that seems See, it's not fair, right? Don't you think the causing theorizing about right $1 million 250,000 or no bail? Whatever or you have or virtually Nobel, which they were given by King County District Judge He's a pro TEM judge, Meaning he, uh, serves when needed. So he has, uh, practice a law practices in and he Any. It's like a substitute. Judge. You need a judge. You know, you go in and you get this guy. His name is David O. Oh, is his legitimate last name? Apparently just Oh, so David O Prosecutors asked for $1 Million in bail now generally with the judge does is split the difference or looks at the severity and decides to uphold with prosecutors asked You have to be needlessly deferential to prosecutors. But you look in the circumstances. He lowered the bail for the actual shooter from $1 million to $50,000, which is nothing because you don't pay $50,000 to pay a fraction of that. You let out of jail if you pay that fraction, and then if you skipped bail Um or you don't show up to court. Then you have to pay the $50,000. So this guy has now $50,000 of bail for both the shooter and the, uh And the the accomplice. The this guy David Oh, who is a substitute Judge runs a criminal law firm, So he's already deferential to criminals. Now it's fine if criminals need there. Defense attorney. I'm not against it being a defense attorneys you need defense attorneys. Because you are innocent until proven guilty. But this guy is showing no judicial temperament and no reasonable this when it comes to someone We just shot at police officers. There is good news, though, So there's that and Nicole. I know Dory likes to call out the judges, and we need to continue to call them out because they are part of the problem here in King County. Where we have these lax on Crime and criminal policies, and they're just thrown back into the streets to victimize neighborhoods. Right. He's compiling a list so that one when it comes to vote time, then we can say Here's why you don't vote for these people. Here's why you do get somebody new in David O. Should be on the list. David O on it. On the list. Okay, That's so that's about the good news is somehow the decision was brought before another judge and the the another judge decided to fix the error and increase The bail for the shooter to 500,000 right. So went from 50 went from asking a million 2 50,000 to 500,000. And by the way, that's generally what happens is the is the judge would usually split the difference. So alright, Prosecutors asked for a million. They always going to ask on the high end. All right, let me cut it in half 500,000 alright? Far more money that you have to put up then. Uh then the $50,000 bond. The judge also decided to keep the accomplices bail remaining the same so If you're in front of David. Oh, and you decided to shoot at cops? You're in luck criminal because he is going to have your back. Another local story that is gaining some news is a Douglas County judge is allowing the lawsuit against the capital gains tax to move forward Bob Ferguson. Not surprisingly, Is trying to get the there's two lawsuits and he's trying to get them thrown out and grounds for one of the lawsuits being thrown out is that it doesn't actually get implemented until 2022. Which means your tax bill your tax liability for this capital gains tax doesn't happen until 2013. There's so many, I mean dishonesty. There's so much dishonesty surrounding this capital gains tax coming from the state is because there is a long precedent long precedent not only against the state income tax But in the state Constitution Supreme Court ruling as far back as 1936 against a group progressive income tax, a graduated income tax. I mean, if there is an income tax Everyone has to be taxed at the same rate. Yet this capital gains tax only applies to people making above, uh or.
Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67
"Boxer known for his gap toothed grin, who went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali in 1978 and shocked the world has died. Leon Spinks was 67, the former heavyweight champion had been suffering from prostate and other cancers to ST Louis native won a gold medal as a light heavyweight in the Montreal Olympics in 1976 13. Months later, Spinks would step into the ring with an aging 36 year old Ali and took him to the 15 round limit to win the fight by
"15 rounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Muhammed Ali and took him to the 15 round. Lim Toh Win the fight by decision. Leon Spinks was 67 years old. Now the latest traffic and weather together. Volume has been very light on this Saturday evening, and we see no major tie ups, no accidents or backups toe. Jam you up tonight now the latest forecast from the Advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives. Advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com. Everyone a chance of some light Scattered snow overnight. Some areas won't get any. But those that do might see a dusting ourselves below 16 Sunday We'll have cold air clouds to sunshine and the high on Lee at 24 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Sherry Hughes News radio 700 w L W no threat of any snow right now. Radar is clear. 31 degrees is our temperature man died in a house fire in Mainville less now. Right in the 8400 block of Davis Road. Deerfield Township Fire Department says they had trouble battling that blaze because of hoarding conditions. Every room reportedly was about 75% filled with stuff Firefighter did suffer a knee injury. Other fire. This one in Avondale did huge damage to a store. Nobody was in the Avondale food mark when the convenience store went up in flames Saturday morning, just after nine. The business at the corner of Ridgeway and Reading Road suffered about $200,000 damage and it turned into a two alarm blaze. Nearly 70. Firefighters responded to keep the fire from spreading and due to the very cold weather conditions. Fire chief says they were.
"15 rounds" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To see me home to yourself. Assist number two lead Screw That's gross. Number 1 September. Stars die. Hear more from Earth, Wind and fire and similar artists Now search for Earth. Wind and fire on my heart radio. All your favorite music all your favorite stations. Oh, free. Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend Sports Time capsule. What's happening? Fellow sports fans. It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off this week. Back in 1949 Joe DiMaggio becomes the 1st $100,000, a year baseball player. For the New York Yankees. This'll week in 1958, the Brooklyn Dodgers officially become the Los Angeles Dodgers incorporated this week in 1967 Muhammed Ali pummels Ernie Terrell for 15 rounds to retain his world heavyweight boxing crown. He regains Turell, WB, a belt as well. This'll week in 1970, the MBA expands to 18 teams, adding in Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston and Portland..
"15 rounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's Andy West, that I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off this week. Back in 1949 Joe DiMaggio becomes the 1st $100,000, a year baseball player. For the New York Yankees. This'll week in 1958, the Brooklyn Dodgers officially become the Los Angeles Dodgers incorporated this week in 1967 Muhammed Ali pummels Ernie Terrell for 15 rounds to retain his world heavyweight boxing crown. He regains Turell, WB, a belt as well. This'll week in 1970, the MBA expands to 18 teams, adding in Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston and Portland. This week in 1976, the Toronto Maple Leafs. Darryl Sittler made NHL history He scored 10 points in a game against the Boston Bruins. Several NHL players have reached eight points in a single game, but none have been able to equalize or pass his record. This'll week in 1994 in an unlikely development, Michael Jordan signs of professional baseball contract with the Chicago White Sox, Jordan never made it to the majors and played with the double a affiliate Birmingham Barons. This week in 2010 at Super Bowl 44 in Miami. New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts 31 17 their first Super Bowl in franchise history. The M V P Drew Brees on that's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean of Journey to ask why he believes their fan base still exists. You know, I think that we keep bringing.
"15 rounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"15 rounds" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
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"15 rounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"16 right now on Colorado's morning news Governor Pulis activating the Colorado National Guard in case of any violent protests at the state Capitol today. Well. There have been no specific threats surrounding the location in downtown Denver. The FBI has recently sent out a warning of possible armed protests and all states surrounding today's inauguration. In addition to activating the guard, there also be a police presence in that area. Denver of Police, in fact, are sending a message to anybody planning on attending Inauguration Day protests in the city that includes reminding people about gun laws, the department says. While it respect Second Amendment rights, the open carry of firearms is illegal within city limits. Colorado also has a ban on large capacity magazines. That hold more than 15 rounds, Police are asking residents to report any criminal or suspicious activity. A little tin man is the latest Colorado to face charges in connection with the violence that the U. S. Capitol 48 year old Patrick Montgomery appeared in court yesterday on multiple counts, and authorities say he was identified via Facebook picture that showed him inside the Senate chambers. He's among a handful of people from Colorado charged in connection with that riot. In his final address to the nation last night, President Trump wished his best for the incoming administration. This week, we inaugurate a new administration. And pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous President. Trump said his administration embarked on a mission to make America great again and he believes they accomplished that and more, he said, serving as the president has been quote an honor beyond description and an extraordinary privilege. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reassuring Americans that President elect Joe Biden's inauguration today at the Capitol will go on with or go off without a hitch. Speaking on the Senate floor, McConnell reflected on the 2020 presidential election results. Certainly, November's elections did not had any thought a mandate for sweeping ideological change. Americans elected a closely divided Senate.