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05:28 min | Last month

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"We've got a couple of other good news from the Supreme Court today. We've got them. Big setback for unions by this court, a guy who was chased by police into his house, Um Lot. Um, I mean, the cheerleader ones getting all the headlines today, but so we'll take the cheerleader story on 1st 855295. 6600 Walter in Kansas City. Hello, Walter. Little Tom. How are you? Love? You're doing good. Thank you. Good. You are so right. What we're doing to this generation of kids were the reason a bunch of little butt hurt kids, And then that grew up to be butthole hurt adults. They They're not used to. Being told No. So if they don't get their way they have attention. Temper tantrum and see, this is why we have these kind of kids that you know things don't go their way. Whatever next, you know, they're bringing guns to school and shooting up the school and and doing just crazy stuff. Because they don't like to be told No and what they don't realize You're not going to be able to get everything in life that you want. It's not only going to go your way, so you better suck it up. Yeah. So facts. Yeah, but But But, Walter, I I will, um There to say. I'll admit it myself when I was 14 Yes, I wanted everything to go my way And I would Why? What do you mean? I can't have that. What's so it's a learned process and they did not learn. That that's the problem. And so I'm looking. She was 14. I don't know what she is today. She must be 18 or so. So add 20 some years on that for her parents. They make them in there, maybe early forties, so that would be the trophy general. Everybody gets a trophy generation. Yep. Right. Participation trophy. Yeah, that's that's part of the problem. And you're right, you know? When I was growing up. Um if I messed up at school or things that go my way, I've feared that if I got in trouble at school, I've feared my mom even more because she didn't I So I've told this story before. But I, uh Was highway patrolman and Every so often. Um, I was dispatched to investigative car accident. And I would get to the car accident and I would find a teenager that had been drinking drunk driver 16 17 18 years old. And I would, um, put them in my patrol car. Put him in the cage, and I would say all right, young man or young lady. Would you like me to call your parents? Or do you want me to just take you to jail? Every one of them. I never had anybody say, call my parents. They effect. If anything, he said, no, don't call them they would rather go to jail. Mhm. Yeah, I would have rather done the same thing to take me to jail. Yeah, thing when I got home, So Yeah. Oh, I don't know. It's it's it The pendulum I keep talking about this pendulum. I hoping that the pendulum will swing back. I I do have this theory that every other generation Uh, these kids were brought up by the everybody gets a trophy generation and they're going to probably this young lady is probably going to be tough as nails on her Children when she becomes a mother. I think it goes back and forth because she was given the leeway, But the whole thing out of this is I mean, we can debate the whole free speech thing. But the idea that it all came to fruition because of the parents suing My daughter wanted on the varsity squad. Jeevan Christmas. I'd like to follow her and just see if she When she's going to learn life's lessons. Because she hasn't learned them yet, But she will. Hopefully sooner than later, hopefully sooner. Yeah, well, whatever you'll you'll learn one. Yes, she will learn. It's just a question of will be the school of hard knocks. We'll see. Get it intellectually, anyway, Walter. Thank you. I appreciate the call. We have less than a minute. I don't have time to be fair to another caller right now. But stick around callers. I I This topic is it is, It's about free speech. The schools. Being sued by parents because their little darlings, don't, uh, Don't get what they deserve, which is my least favorite word in the whole English language. And, um Just the cultural shift, but Out of the schools have literally been given no guidance on what they can and cannot do regarding discipline. And I think The difference in schools. Good schools versus bad. Is which schools really do have discipline. They're the ones who turn out the smartest kids. We'll be right back. An independent news.

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02:48 min | Last month

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"Clock. The same exact clock. It's 41 minutes after the hour right now, on my watch on your watch on the next guy's watch. What you do with your time. Is your choice. And some of the people other than the lottery winners. People that have reached great financial success have done suit done. So bye bye. By deciding to do how to use the clock. What to do during the 24 hours that we get every day. What they do with it, how they spend their time. Whatever kind of activity they get involved with. Whatever kind of time they spend on meetings with people that could help them achieve that. Hours they spend on sales those hours they spend trying to build a business. Hours a plot on this doing the dreaming about building something. I think that's all something people do. Some more than others. And so some people say, that's it. I'm going to actually use my time. More productively to increase my wealth and others go. You know what? I'd rather go do something that really go play a round of golf. But even that, who do you know you're going to meet on the golf course you might meet somebody that can open up doors for you to become super wealthy down the road, So I don't think people are all that interested in penalizing success. I think we're all in one way or another. We're trying to. We're trying to do that. And success isn't measured just by money. But whatever your measurement is of success. The more time you spend on that the more chances you are that you're going to be successful. Doesn't matter whether you're Minister or whatever you are, the more time you spend honing your profession. You will be more successful in What's the thing out of, uh, The outlier book about if you spend 10,000 hours doing something, you're going to be good at it. Well, but 10,000 hours is 10,000 hours off of your clock, and that's a lot of time. So if you don't spend 10,000 hours, trying to be good at something well, then I doubt that you'll be good at it. Phone number Here is 855295. 6600 Wonder if if people on other planets Plot. Financial success. Oh, let's talk about UFOs. When we come back, That's.

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02:52 min | Last month

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"I've said this a zillion times. You and I have the same clock. The same exact clock. It's 41 minutes after the hour right now, on my watch on your watch on the next guy's watch. What you do with your time. Is your choice. And some of the people other than the lottery winners. People that have reached great financial success have done suit done. So bye bye. By deciding to do how to how to use the clock. What to do during the 24 hours that we get every day. What they do with it, how they spend their time. Whatever kind of activity they get involved with. Whatever kind of time they spend on meetings with people that could help them achieve that. Hours they spend on sales those hours they spend trying to build a business. Hours a plot on this doing the dreaming about building something. I think that's all something people do. Some more than others. And so some people say, that's it. I'm going to actually use my time. More productively to increase my wealth and others go. You know what? I'd rather go do something that really go play a round of golf. But even that, who do you know you're going to meet on the golf course you might meet somebody that can open up doors for you to become super wealthy down the road, So I don't think people are all that interested in penalizing success. But I think we're all in one way or another. We're trying to. We're trying to do that. And success isn't measured just by money. But whatever your measurement is of success. The more time you spend on that the more chances you are that you're going to be successful. Doesn't matter whether you're Minister or whatever you are, the more time you spend honing your profession. You will be more successful in What's the thing out of, uh, The outlier book about if you spend 10,000 hours doing something, you're going to be good at it. Well, but 10,000 hours is 10,000 hours off of your clock, and that's a lot of time. So if you don't spend 10,000 hours, trying to be good at something well, then I doubt that you'll be good at it. Phone number Here is 855295. 6600 Wonder if people on other planets Plot. Financial success. Oh, let's talk about UFOs when we come back, That's all.

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07:35 min | 3 months ago

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"You are. And so Just with Ellen must joking about Doetsch coin. I wish they would call it doggy coin is d O g E. Coin. Why can't you pronounce that doggy coin? It's just Seems much friendlier to me, but there's a lot about it that more than the name that I don't understand. 855295 6600 Jimmy. Welcome to the program. Thanks for calling. Can you help me out? Yes, I can. Hey, Tom. I've been listening for a couple years now. I love the show. Thank you for having me. Thank you. So how do I get comfortable? How do I get comfortable with with crypto? With crypto, so probably the most important thing that you have to see about what's going on. That's the first time a zoo previous color said. You could get in from like minimal amounts of money and these crazy multiple occasions of money that happened and shut the short time due to the volatility. Those are huge, but they all follow the single the Bitcoins cycle. And so every four years the amount at which Bitcoin our mind I don't want to get too technical under that because you had a radio show. But the amount of which Bitcoin get mind gets cut in half every four years. And the last time Bitcoin halved, so to speak, was last April, and that is what set off this crazy bull run that kryptos on And I think it's been it has gotten. I don't want to say excessive, but it is due to, you know, the printing of money and all the stuff that's happened in the past year. Um It is just cost needs to go absolutely ballistic. Well, but it's not just it's not just crypto, though, Jimmy, That's the thing. I mean, you take a look at the price of a lot of stock to there were at record highs. They don't make sense there at multiple that I've never seen before, and everybody seems fine with it. That I everybody's afraid to get off of the gravy train, but they know it's coming when there will be a correction. So do you think the prices for crypto will correct Sometime. Yes, Of course they will. They always do. You can look at the Bitcoin chart the price chart for all time and you'll see these massive massive upswings. And then these pair of these these things that go, they almost go Justus hard down. So like, for example, so the number two thing right now The lot of people are talking about and kryptos distinct, called Syrian. Now, March 2020 right before the last Bitcoin having cycle you could buy one cone point of a Syrian for $125, a point Now, if you were to sell it last time I checked it. A just dropped below four K. All right. It's just under 4000 years. Yes, Yes, right Market So is going is going gangbusters but the crypto it the multiple occasions are absurd in this So, but just might. My general and investment philosophy is That if there is a tremendous amount of volatility, I step aside, I step away. I don't like super super super volatility because Like I said, What goes up comes down faster, So I'm I'm I'm leery of I don't I don't. It's not just crypto. It's anything in the investment business. I Don't like super. I don't like roller coasters. I love roller coasters at the theme park. I don't like them in the investment world. That's what they seem to be. They were definitely 100% right there. The volatility is, I'd say unparalleled A Sephora's financial markets go. Um And but the thing is, a lot of these people are they're kind of followed the same cycle and they all know that the correction is coming and so big coin will probably get cut and 50 get cut like 50%. Whenever the crash happens, you know, over like a month month and a half. But all these destructive that everyone talked about in the sea on social media. Those are going to jump 90% of their all time high at the peak of the market, and it's going to be almost instantly because you confound all these things. Social media Oh, yeah, it went so So. So. So one of the things that investment firms have studied this nauseam, but They've gone out and they've asked people why don't you invest in the stock market and the number one answer. Is I did. I tried it and I got burned and I'm never going back. I'm wondering, since this is a fairly new asset class. If the people that are going to be writing that 90% Downhill ride. Are going to say That's it and the whole thing will just Disappear. So you're definitely a good chunk will a good shot should because you know, it's just completely insane. To lose 90% of your initial investment. But then you also I've been following a lot, and they're a lot of people who got in at 2016 2017, which is when the last you know, Big bull run crash. Thing happened for crypto. And they said, you know that all right? Yeah, They're like they held through that, and it was just absolutely just emotionally crushing. What the accumulated in the bear market where baby Almost nothing happens for a good 2 to 2.5 years And a lot of these people, you know, even if they could just get 100 bucks a month and they could get it into whatever coin they think. I was going to take off window when the big one Bitcoin has again when things in the super cycle sets off again. They make incredible games. So like if you go to McDonald's, and you've got you know the cat person taking your order. Maybe they're 25 26 years old if they've been in crypto for, you know, 34 years. They could be worth over 100,000 during a bull on which it was just my I'm looking at. I'm looking at Bitcoin. So I'm back in 2015, and I just landed on any old date August $264 for one Bitcoin in 2015. So that was almost six years ago. So then it had a spike. Up to $15,000 in 2018. Then fell back down to $3400. 2019 And one year ago. It was up to $9300.1 year ago. Now it's a 55,000. Crazy. You said. I mean that the people people are buying it. People are selling it. I don't feel well, either. But I'm writing. I have a friend of mine. I have a friend of mine that such such a smart guy He's so smart. He's a professional investment portfolio manager. He manages a lot of money. And he said that if Krypto got down below 50 he would buy or below 60. He would buy it. He got to 60. 60,000.

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"855295. 6600" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:39 min | 3 months ago

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"You sell on the on the rumor and you Buying the rumor you sell on the news. So at this point, the rumor is bad so you would sell on the rumor. And then when it's done, you would go back in when the markets are down and buy at that particular time. There's something else to shake up the world today. No other items in the big, bad world out there of news. So we've been telling you often on about how Vladimir Putin moved 80,000 troops to the border with Ukraine. And then yesterday and the day before, they said. Now they have 150,000 troops. On the border with Ukraine. Well. Something got to Vladimir. He was pulling a bluff. He was playing poker. Because Russia has now ordered their troops to withdraw from the Ukraine border. Which will obviously de escalate tensions. But they still have a large military presence in the region. And it keeps everybody on their toes. But the Russian defense minister ordered some of the troops to begin withdrawing. Which Guesses away to basically say, Okay, Okay. Okay, were just bluffing. Oh, number here's 855295. 6600. You can also find that number on my website Tom Sullivan dot.

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02:04 min | 3 months ago

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"Not go to jail. Right, but I don't. I don't feel like it's nobody that's got that much gut. To go against, If it's 11, people that said, now, calling him names him or her name's and and just Thinking. You know, if I go against these people they love hunt me down and hurt me and my family. Oh, yeah, I guess what? You're right. He's guilty. I mean, Worry about that, man. I mean, I know that's probably what people think. I'm terrible to say. I feel sorry for that shows, man because I feel sorry for the black man's family as well. But Show. Don't Ah, I'm not Uh, show empathy for that other man, too, because I'm a center and I've had people sent against me and I've seen against other people, and it's always bad either way, but You know that man's hope He hasn't ruined his life. But I'm afraid he has We'll find out. We'll find out. Hey, Sam. Thank you. I like your call very much. So Hold on. They were almost got to hit a break here a little bit. So this is, um The beauty of our system is that all it takes is one to say, I I'm not sure if they prove beyond Reasonable doubt. And yet, that's what the system is that protects you and me from being railroaded railroaded and I'm not saying he's railroaded. I'm just saying that that's gives you a non opportunity. It's a very high bar. For our for our judicial system to find you guilty of a crime. That's all. And the question is That the prosecutor Reached that bar or not. Phone number here, 855295. 6600 Short break. We'll be right back. Don't go away. Stick around. So.

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02:02 min | 4 months ago

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"I understand the purpose. I think they need to be careful with that philosophy of the case. Don't forget the only people account here. Even though there's a lot going on outside the courtroom, the only people counted those 12 people that they're talking to. And if those 12 people are listening to any empty listening to the girl who did the videotaping? If they see the defense, attacking them for not good reasons, then they're going to turn against them and the credibility that the defense team As which will drip over onto the defendant is so important, particularly in the early stages. Don't forget lawyers have saw it. I sort of seem to be arrogant and all that to begin with, so we can't feed into that. These people are not necessarily hurting the defense right now. It is what it is arguing that there was an angry mob, particularly with the racial undertones of that, I think is very dangerous. Yeah. Yeah, it Ziskin of being a defense lawyer. Is, um It's very tricky. So they are They're playing it very, very close. I don't know what you think of it. If you've watched any any of it so far, it's still early in the third day of the Of the testimony. Judge got mad yesterday at a woman who's been on the fire department for two years. She's a E M T. And she's she. She was Very inexperienced, sounded very inexperienced. But again, you don't want to beat her up in front of the jury, or they will. They will look at you like you're the bad guy. Judge even shooter out yesterday because she wouldn't Follow instructions. Own number. Here is 855295. 6600. You can also find the number on my website, which is Tom Sullivan dot com. I'm nominating clothing for the White House. Press secretary,.

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01:39 min | 4 months ago

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"Covered positive. But they school district says while the schools are unsafe. For teachers. And for the students. But it's not unsafe for the teachers. Go in where? You know you have kids that are covert positive. They carry the virus. And yet they teachers will. Apparently it's going to be a volunteer basis by the teacher. So the teachers that will be doing this are doing it on their own. They're going to get paid. But they don't have to. They're not going to force him to go into the convention center. Very interesting to see which ones go on which ones don't and whether or not They feel safe enough to go in where these kids, they say again. The number that they give is in the dozens that are positive, but it does expose. The schools. I don't I don't know what your parents are going to do if You're gonna have your Children just take the whole year over again because this has been a waste. What a waste of their of their education you They have to fill in the gaps. Otherwise your kids will be, I think academically harm for a long, long maybe the rest of their lives. Oh, number here's 855295. 6600 Who knew that covered would be exposing the public school system so poorly. We'll be right back. Stop yelling at the radio and get on the phone. Now.

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03:24 min | 4 months ago

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"And other illegal immigrants brought to the country before 18 can apply for a 10 year period of conditional permanent residents. If they satisfy Several requirements and those requirements would be That they, uh earned a college degree or enroll in a bachelor of arts program for at been at least for the last two years. Or if they served in the military for the last two years. Or if they worked in the U. S for a three year period. Well, that covers that's it. So they're they're saying go to college, Go to the military or just go get a job and we'll we'll count you is being part of this. What do you make of the fact that there's a bunch of Republicans and went along with this? Well, this is really the first time this is moved. In any way, shape or form for a long time. It will be interesting to see what the Senate does. Dick Durbin told reporters. Um I think it indicates with the house. Getting over. Some Republicans to go along is that that's where the Senate's going to go is well. Stand by, because this will this will essentially legalize every illegal in the country. Phone numbers 855295. 6600 I will be shocked if this gets through because it is a political wedge issue that they love to have the Lord over the other side. 855295 66 100 ad in Prairie, Missouri. Hello, Ed. Yeah. Our, uh, just listening to you on there about That can Uh, is there anything that can be? Uh, I guess you'd say voted on by the public. Have the baby way. Got a stay for women at all? That's what I want. We're a republic, man. We're republic. Our representatives get the boat. Okay, Well, I've called him and got a messy Jimmy. They have already You know, but I have not answer back yet. Yeah. No, it's up to your jump your member of Congress. Congress has already done their thing. I would if I were you and you wanna make your voice heard with your elected representatives. I would call your two senators offices. And see what they have to say. This is okay, the senator's office. Still okay, because that that's that's where it's going next. It's already passed the house so it's not going. They've already done their thing. So if you if you want to make your voice heard, email your senators Or call their offices or whatever you want to do..

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04:46 min | 4 months ago

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"World, says 30 Republican. Okay, 30 Republicans voted in favor. One Democrat voted against it. So the two measures were reintroduced after passing the house in 2019, with some Republican support. So now what are you gonna do? So this is a well pretty sweeping plan to legalize most of the countries. Illegals. They're saying there's going to cover 11 million people. That's how many illegals air supposedly here. I think the number is bigger. Pelosi was, did he? She was so happy. She said. This is a cause for celebration. So now we're gonna watch this and see what happens when it goes over to the Senate. If this is signed into law Um All the dreamers. And other illegal immigrants brought to the country before 18 can apply for a 10 year period of conditional permanent residents. If they satisfy Several requirements and those requirements would be That they, uh earned a college degree or enroll in a bachelor of arts program for at at least for the last two years. Or if they served in the military for the last two years. Or if they worked in the U. S for a three year period. Well, that covers that's it. So they're saying, go to college, Go to the military or just go get a job and we'll we'll count you is being part of this. What do you make of the fact that there's a bunch of Republicans that went along with this? So this is really the first time this is moved. In any way, shape or form for a long time. It will be interesting to see what the Senate does. Dick Durbin told reporters. Um I think it indicates, with the house getting over some Republicans to go along. Is that that's where the Senate's going to go. A swell Stand by, because this will this will essentially legalize every illegal in the country. Numbers 855295. 6600 I will be shocked if this gets through because it is a political wedge issue that they love to have the Lord over the other side. 855295 66 100 ad in Prairie, Missouri. Hello, Ed. Yeah. Sorry. I'm just listening to you on there about That I am eyes. Is there anything That can be Um, I guess you'd say voted on by the public. Have the big way. Got a stay for women at all? That's what I want. We're a republic man. Or republic are representatives Get the boat? Okay, well have called him and got a messy Jimmy have already You know, but I had not answer back yet. Yeah. No, it's up to your jump your member of Congress. Congress has already done their thing. I would if I were you and you want to make your voice heard with your elected representatives. I would call your two senators offices. And see what they have to say. This is okay, the senator's office. Still okay, because that that's that's where it's going next. It's already passed the house so it's not going. They've already done their thing. So if you if you want to make your voice heard, email your senators Or call their offices or whatever you want to do. But if you wanna make your voice or you're gonna have to Go with the Senate rock is that's where it's gonna wind up. They passed it last night in the house, so they don't work on Fridays or Monday, so it'll probably be sometime next week when it gets introduced. Anyway. Gotta hit a break. But, Ed, thank you. Appreciate the call will be right back to doing.

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01:37 min | 5 months ago

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"Then the next question was, Can you But that aside and determined From the evidence support supporting in the courtroom. Can you? Can you put all your feelings about that aside what you saw? Can you unsee that So that you could be impartial jury member And of course, the ones that they've picked All said yes. But going up against hers. Three white men. There's one black man, I think maybe two and a Mixed race female, So it's five men. One woman. Kind of mixed. Racially. They're only They're only halfway. They gotta get 12. Plus, they want two more for backup. So it Z. I think it's just basically going to be hard for them to convict the guy. You ought to get 12 votes. People don't like to convict police officers and the whole business. About one wait till the medical stuff comes out about the drugs that were in George Floyd, and they're going to use that as a defense, saying the drugs killed him. Not the police officer. So that probably a week next week will be more jury and then probably the week after that will be more trial only when we get to the trial. Phone number here, 855295. 6600. You can also find the number Tom Sullivan dot com. Some.

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04:51 min | 5 months ago

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"What is his these with what? What is it? The form relations counsel. He says the strikes in Syria our response to these Iranian supported attacks on U. S forces. But this is what's at stake is to continuing presence of terrorists in large parts of the Middle East, and, in particular, also Iranian support for them. Iran has emerged as a critical country not only within its own borders, obviously but in Iraq and Syria and Lebanon. Both directly and indirectly through various militia groups. It is putting pressure on governments on U. S forces and what you what you saw here was an American attempt to send several messages and spread the needle. In the aftermath of this mob alone and backed militia attacks over the last 10 days against you still used, announced the international contract. I think he was from the Philippines against U. S forces in Iraq. Essentially wanted to tell the Iranians you do not have a free hand. If you were going to use force against our and Chris, we can retaliate, even though we want to negotiate a nuclear agreement to do and that might have been the most important message That's not going to tie the administration fans at the same time. This was a limited response. This administration knows that the Middle East can't be the center of U. S strategy much more concerned, say about the Asian Pacific where China is so again. This was an attempt to thread the needle to stay. We're willing to use force. We're gonna target terrorists were gonna not give Iran a free hand, but we're gonna do it in a fairly limited or measured way so long as we can. Yeah, so he made mention kind of briefly. But he said, you know, Middle East cannot be the center of our foreign attention. And what we should be focusing on is China essentially is what he said. Which brings up the question about the fact that what one of the other options would be if they keep attacking Americans and our facilities in that area is to say, See you later. Pick up our toys and go home. So you guys in the Middle East could do whatever you want to do were really not all that interested. But everybody's afraid all of our friends s so called friends in the Middle East are afraid that Ron is going to get stronger and they're this close to having their nuke missile, and when they get it, they're going to be using it not only against They say they threaten Israel every other day, but also against the Saudis. So, Jordan. I mean, we've got we've got relationships there. Nobody is offering the idea of pulling out. And Joe Biden probably would not pull out in 100 years anyway, because when Barack Obama did it, what happened? Isis was created. It was a nightmare. So I doubt you'll see Joe Biden saying. See you later. But what do you think? Given this situation. What do you think it would be if Donald Trump were still president? I know it's a hypothetical I'm not so sure that they would even mess with firing rockets into where U. S soldiers and contractors are located. I don't think they would play that game. I don't know what what your reaction is to that. But I just think this is there obviously testing Biden to see what he will do. And so he sent a very limited like Richard Haass was saying very limited. Hello. We've got we've got planes. We've got bombs. These were guided missiles that I mean the bombs that were off the F fifteen's that they flew over that area, so they knew exactly where they were going to put them strategically. So we're back in two firing missiles and bombs in the Middle East. What do you want to do? It really does make me think. Why are we even there? I can't believe I'm a green with Richard Hospital thing. Why don't you focus on China? No number here is 855295. 6600 I mean, Donald Trump was anti war about his antiwar president that we've seen in a long, long time. What's Joe Biden? Is he for war? 855295 66 100. Yes,.

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01:41 min | 11 months ago

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"Got we've got the virus number one is still there. It's still the top topic. And by the way, I mean, yesterday we obviously talked about Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She passed away is you know, on Friday night And over the weekend, the weekend media that they covered it, you know, from end to end. Yesterday, We went over all the different thoughts and everything else and about services start tomorrow. Or at least line in repose, A TTE the Sprint and a service at the Supreme Court tomorrow, private And then they have it out so that on the portico so people can come by Wednesday and Thursday. Then they have another service where she lies in state at the Capitol. So all that's going to take place next couple days and today there really isn't anything new. The Democrats are breaking out in the Republicans are Marching down the road of getting things done. They got the majority. They got the votes on. Everybody has agreed to basically go ahead and vote. Not everybody. Murkowski and Collins of the only two Mitt Romney said. Yeah vote. Um Who's the other guy from Colorado. That's in he's behind the polls in Colorado, Cory Gardner. But they have enough votes, so it's not a matter of if unless something all of a sudden comes out of the blue But to the phones, we go phone number here's 855295. 6600 Nan.

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06:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Stand by because Judy P. I think will be historically large, but it won't recover the entire Drop that we had and that I get like I said, that comes out after the end of the third quarter, which is going to be around the end of October. They need 30 days to get their act together after September on, that will be the last economic data before we go to vote. Unless you're mailing your voting now. 855295 6600 others our good friend Pat in Virginia. Hello, Pat. Tom, How you doing today? I'm doing terrific. Happy Friday to you. What's going on to you and I was, you know. I just would be remiss if I didn't remind you that you still have by foreign away the best top show in all of radio. Cool. Thank you. Bar none. That's just a fact. If from time to time in this world of confusion in language and everything, If it makes a difference, we should just stop and I need to pause and say You're the greatest early are appreciated me every day. Thank you. You know, that's just a fact. Just need to come clean. Tell the truth. Tell it true. Yeah. Much truth telling moment. I am seriously truth telling mode. I had to tell you what I think you might get a kick out of this. I had to respond to a tweet today, and this is directly connected with what you're talking about the economy. BP is out there tweeting today. Fear of this tweet. He says to the American people that we created more jobs in the last two months. Then the previous administration created in eight years. How about that for a pat on the back? So I had to respond to And normally I'm not mean how dumb do you think these people are out here? You know? Come on, you have to do better than this. You know, just simply not right. It's not right. And I was just kind of count. And I'm not. You know, I don't go nuts on Twitter. I'll just got sort of carried to imagine, you know. My can't Neto e need to remind you of something that when you lose 30 million Japs in three months In two months is magnified A lost 30 million Anjuman. Can you came back? 10 million and three freaking months. You still down? 20 million that, you know, I wouldn't have a goal to tweet about it. I was right that I get very Frustrated because I know a lot of people don't do that. Take the time. Not interested. They they're interested, but they're not. And they don't take the time to go all Let's see. We lost 30 million we gained back. Of 7777 Huge. It's great, but it's not. We are still down down in this hole, and by the way, I really trouble Yeah, I've had trouble trying to tackle that number because there is a number that I found the other day. The total number of people Since March 15th that have applied for unemployment is 57 million. Now. Ah, lot of those have been hired back, but we're still 30 million on a consistent basis, continuing claims. So There was a lot of people got hurt. And you know that. Let me ask you this time. Very quickly. What did decide to the labor Force the United States right now. Under. Yeah, only about 100 50 100 and 50 million. Right? No, right, right if you've got certainly, If that's right, you got it. You have 30 million unemployed. How does that out of the numbers work out? You got 30 million out of 150 million, and you telling me that it is only 10%. Well, yeah, I know you've got a bunch of people that also I don't know where they went because there's a big gap in the numbers of people that Don't show up on any of the stats that air coming out. From the Bureau of Labor Statistics. I I just I know that we are our, um Participation rate is down around 60%. Which is it doesn't sound like a big deal to people when it was 66 67 But that's millions of people millions. And I don't know where those people went. I don't know if they're coming back. You know, there's nobody has a good handle on it. But there's a number of those people that are not coming back is their businesses that they work for are gone. And then you gotta throw in Not only the regular unemployment, but you got to throw in the gig and self employed. What do they call it? The pandemic. Unemployment act or something like that. So there's those people too. Zachary and I will say this to you. I have to say it if Donald J. Trump has anything to do it if he can, the press a number like the unemployment rate, he will I don't know what kind of controller but he's got some sort of secretary of labor and I'll guarantee you. He's got his tongue with those numbers. They don't add up. You can have 30 million people. On unemployment until the the rates 10%. No, there's a there's a missing There's a missing gap in there. I I I saw it too, and I went I wonder where those people are. They just It also could be because these because unemployment is managed through states and a lot of states have Ah, you know, they still have to feed the hamster every day to make there. They're machines work their antiquity. And they're slow, So a lot of this is all I know is it's It's really bad, and I think we're going the right direction, but we won't get there until the virus. Is.

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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03:22 min | 1 year ago

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"Numbers 855295 6600 Lisa Kansas City Hello, Lisa. Hi. I'm glad I'm a retired nurse. We're getting to the point where even medical people arguing, and I can't believe it. You know, But look, I took out your oxy Clore Quinn for malaria prevention way back when, but for that, you know, I mean, it didn't hurt me. But you have to take it continually. You know, Like the whole time I was in the country. I took it. Where? Where all you were over in malaria country. I got it. So that Yeah, yeah, yeah, Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So, you know, I mean, I don't know. It's also for something. I forget what else it's for. But, you know, I just I don't understand why. You know if the FDA they say it causes about prolonged Q t interval, Basically which means you could have a heart attack. Your e. K G is is abnormal. So you know, But even within the medical community, people are arguing about this drug. I don't know. I don't know if these frontline doctors I don't know if they're doctors. They said they were They had white coats on You know what more I mean? That would be by a white coat Unless you're a doctor, So it's got to be true. I don't know. I know. I don't understand. People are are wanting. This is confirmation bias people. If somebody says something that they believe then it's gospel. They will believe them to the end of the Earth. I don't know either. And I don't know. Uh Dr Fauci has been ripped up one son down the other and threatened And I don't know. He seems like if he was a quack, he would have been caught by now. He's been doing this for 50 years. All right. He's he's He's saved a lot of lives with eight with HIV, Ebola, Ebola free this morning he was he was talking to George Stephanopoulos. And you could tell. I mean, the guy looks like he's getting depressed. You know, because all these attacks And he was explaining something about the vaccine. I mean, way above my way, will you? We will play Doctor Pouches interview with George Stephanopoulos here in a little bit. I've got it on my list here today. Um, so here's the FDA June 15th. They said they're revoking the emergency use authorization authorization in certain hospitalized patients. When a clinical trial is unavailable. Participation is not feasible, then Ah Detroit Hospital. Did a survey But that wasn't a little, you know? Ah. The the proper procedure. They just basically asked people that they had contact with it in Detroit, Uh and they said, Oh, it works fine, so that but that did not do what we're finding out like. Vaccine. They're trying to develop his 30,000 people have got to take the vaccine. So, uh, this takes this takes a lot more than just a Detroit hospital, Then on July 1st of this year just a month ago FDA said..

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Key questions. The best study out so far is a study from South Korea that looked as Children and looked a Children under 10 and Children over 10. I think what we need to do and what we're really trying to do right now is to really look at what the antibody levels are already in Children under 18. So we're launching a very large Sierra survey across all age groups to really understand where has this virus then who has is infected? Who is infected ble on DH who is transmitting the virus, and so I think I think they're still open questions there, and that's why the president concluded with. We're studying this very hard. I think it's a very important question that we have to understand. Two Children, either 10 transmit the virus less. That's what the South Korea study suggests. But I think it really needs to be confirmed here. I think that's the kind of questions that have to be critically answered. And I think the multigenerational household question is critically important. I come from one of those multi generational households. I have a 96 year old in a 91 year old mother, father that I'm always worried about in protecting. So I don't even see him. So I understand. Yep. So the difference in the answer When you have AH, health expert there makes the whole process much more credible. She said. He said essentially the same but did shortcut saying, Yeah, we're studying that, but she had Details. And said, Yeah, we've got this study from South Korea, but we're still doing a lot of work on this. Phone number's 855295 6600 Scott Carson City, Nevada. Hello, Scott. Yeah..

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