18 Burst results for "About A Year Or Two Ago"

Gov. Ron DeSantis: Adding 87,000 IRS Agents Is Wrong

Mark Levin

01:07 min | Last month

Gov. Ron DeSantis: Adding 87,000 IRS Agents Is Wrong

"A press conference today on the 87,000 more IRS agents And I want you to understand This is going to have a direct impact on each and every one of you It's not the first year second and third year Cut one go I think of all the things that have come out of Washington that have been outrageous This has got to be pretty close to the top And I think it was basically just a middle finger to the American public that this is what they think of you All these problems we have to deal with and they think the way is to do 87,000 IRS agents There's going to be more people in the IRS than a lot of these other agencies combine now They're not putting very much might down at the border I can tell you that right now but they want to be able to do it and unleash them on American taxpayers And so that's wrong Fortunately that's one of the reasons we don't have an income tax is because if you don't have an income tax you don't empower revenue agents Once you do that income tax that gives them the ability to really go in and potentially target And it's going to be targeted at people that the government doesn't like

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Joe Biden States Support for Two-State Solution

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden States Support for Two-State Solution

"So here he is Cut 5 go Now as president of the United States my commitment to that goal of a two state solution has not changed And all these years two states along the 1967 lines were mutually agreed to swaps And again in 1967 lines Israel can not survive with the 1967 lines They can't survive The 1967 lines Obama pushed the same thing There was a war in 1967 Because the Arab states led by Egypt Nasser In Syria and others we're building up their military to cut off Israel economically from the sea from the land from the air To surround it attack it and destroy it

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John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

"The man who shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 has been freed from court oversight After concluding decades of supervision by legal and mental health professionals John hinckley wrote on his Twitter account quote after 41 years two months and 15 days freedom at last The lifting of restrictions had been expected since last September When U.S. district judge Paul Friedman said he planned to free Hank Lee in June if he remained stable At that time hinckley's attorney Barry Levine said his client was doing well I think John has done exceedingly well over a long period of time This disease is in full remission He's done nothing dangerous Friedman says hinckley has shown no signs of active mental illness since the 1980s and his exhibited no violent behavior are interest in weapons Mike Hempen Washington

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Maj Toure: There's a Larger Plan by Dems Behind Red Flag Laws

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Maj Toure: There's a Larger Plan by Dems Behind Red Flag Laws

"This what they're doing showcases a bigger move on a chessboard and shows their general intent in regards to the lack of respect that they have for law enforcement that they say they love and care for so much Because they're not going to go to execute the red flag and get me out of north Philly where I live or any of my friends They're going to send law enforcement guys First year second year whatever they're going to send guys in there with firearms because someone said that I may have something And doing so where's that gun that you want to give to your son They don't care about law enforcement so much that they would send them in Texas in Florida and Georgia and Utah They would send these law enforcement officers to a place to violate someone's Fourth Amendment rights then violate their Second Amendment right Potentially putting those law enforcement officers at risk of death because the constitutional guys that I know that know that they just want to be left alone like old dudes Listen you need to whip or snap Leave the old dude alone He just wants to have his sandwich have a great day go to work and go home You keep poking that bear to those constitution freedom liberty loving Americans that are actually the salt of the earth Those are the people that you're picking on Veterans law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers retired and things like that People working class people to just want to do the right thing You'll send law enforcement officers there and you'll have a potential where there will be a standoff

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Maj Toure: How Red Flag Laws Would Violate 2nd & 4th Amendment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Maj Toure: How Red Flag Laws Would Violate 2nd & 4th Amendment

"Because they're not going to go to execute the red flag and get me out of north Philly where I live or any of my friends They're going to send law enforcement guys First year second year whatever they're going to send guys in there with firearms because someone said that I may have something And doing so where's that gun that you want to give to your son They don't care about law enforcement so much that they would send them in Texas in Florida and Georgia and Utah They would send these law enforcement officers to a place to violate someone's Fourth Amendment rights then violate their Second Amendment right Potentially putting those law enforcement officers at risk of death because the constitutional guys that I know that know that they just want to be left alone like old dudes Listen you need to whip or snap Leave the old dude alone He just wants to have his sandwich have a great day go to work and go home You keep poking that bear to those constitution freedom liberty loving Americans that are actually the salt of the earth Those are the people that you're picking on Veterans law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers retired and things like that People working class people to just want to do the right thing You'll send law enforcement officers there and you'll have a potential where there will be a standoff That's how much they don't care That's how much that they are willing to get power by any means because the vast majority of people will just comply because the general public wants to do the right thing We don't want to break laws We don't want to be violent We've generally aren't So with that being the case that just shows how much they don't care The irony is again same thing with these guys right in this stuff If they said you know what We really think these are weapons of war We want to principally say we don't even want law enforcement to have these If you really thought that you know why they wouldn't do that because they'd wind up having to say the same exact thing that we as firearms owners say

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Biden's 'Inflation Plan' Proves He Knows Nothing About Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Biden's 'Inflation Plan' Proves He Knows Nothing About Inflation

"Turns out that inflation is not transitory as I have been insisting for the last two straight years. Two straight years. But you know, they don't want to hear it. Anyway, he's got a plan. He's got a plan and I just want to walk you through this sort of step by step effectively debunk some of this because you need to know what the economic implications of some of the things that are being proposed really are bottom line. It would actually, in my view, create more inflation in the economy, as opposed to. And I suspect would actually be very suppressing for a lot of businesses. Anyway, he did point out that, you know, we're doing great. Hey, you know? Unemployment is where it is extremely low, and that's fantastic. I'll give him that. That is great. Of course, you knew it had to be great because it had gone way up. So of course it comes down. That's normally how these things work. When the economy reopened. Anyway, he did say that there were more new small business applications in 2021 than in any previous time in history. Okay, that's good too. I'll give him that. I'm all for business creation. But then there's this line, this cracks me up. He's excited about this. This is something that, frankly, we shouldn't be that excited about. This is something that should be a given. He said, according to the IMF, the International Monetary Fund, the U.S. economy, will be larger at the end of the year. Relative to its pre-pandemic size than any other group of 7 economy. I'm sorry. Of course we should be larger, right? Of course we are the United States of America. We are the world's largest economy. I mean, if France were suddenly taking our place or China, you know, that would be kind of bad. Like this to me is a given. You are the United States. You are going to be the number one economy. You better be. I mean, when we're counting that is something to be excited about. I'm sorry, Joe Biden, but you know what? We've always been the number one economy, at least in the post World War II era. He goes on and he talks about how he's trying to change things, right? He wants to change sort of the system that he believes have put everyday Americans in a pretty bad spot. Well, I fundamentally disagree with that because I fundamentally believe that with the right tax policy, lower taxes with less regulation. I mean, you need enough regulation, of course. And the right trade policies, you actually create a very good environment. As we saw the previous administration do up until COVID for economic prosperity. In fact, we saw the biggest gains in median incomes adjusted for inflation that we had ever seen.

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Archaeologist Scott Stripling on His Time Excavating in Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Archaeologist Scott Stripling on His Time Excavating in Israel

"Know, a recent article came out. This is what made me think I've got to have you on to talk about this. It's about a so called curse amulet discovered from about 1200 BC, big deal stuff, ladies and gentlemen. Big deal, excavation, archeological news. But you got to be clear, the provost at the Bible seminary in Houston and you're the director of excavations for the association for biblical research. Currently at Shiloh. Shiloh is one of those names out of the Bible like, really? Shiloh. So big. How often how much time do you spend being an archeologist? How much time do you spend in Houston, which is your home? And how much time do you spend in the field in Israel? I'm in Israel, Eric, for about three months out of the year, two months in the summer excavating, and then back and forth for various projects and to speak at conferences and stuff during the year. And the rest of the time I'm in Houston, we have an archeological institute at our school. And so I oversee that as

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Mark Levin's Number 1 Obligation Is to You

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Mark Levin's Number 1 Obligation Is to You

"I think Sean Hannity by the way has done a fantastic job on Fox On the war coverage with the guests said he had I'm invited on a lot of these programs I just can't do them all In fact I can't do most of them I've got my blaze TV I've got my own Sunday show I've got my radio show I've got research I'm doing for something I can't get into right now I just can't keep popping up all the time on TV I can do it when I can now and then But I feel I have an obligation to you who come to this radio show Whether you listen on the radio or you listen online on your app whether you listen on satellite however you listen Streaming or the podcast you're the ones I have the number one obligation to The people who take the time to subscribe to Levin TV on the blaze TV network you're the ones have the number one obligation for In a course for my Sunday show the preparation for that show you're the ones I have my number one obligation for These platforms that I'm honored to have Things may change in the following year two or three you know thinking about my career and other things I might want to do and other ways I want to do it I just want complete 100% independence 80% is not good enough At least that's my

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Rodgers reportedly agrees to stay with Packers next season

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Rodgers reportedly agrees to stay with Packers next season

"Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is planning to come back to the Green Bay Packers for an eighteen season that's according to the NFL network and Pat McAfee the host of the Pat McAfee show on Sirius XM and you too NFL network says the thirty eight year old Rogers has agreed to a four year two hundred million dollar contract that includes one hundred and fifty million dollars in guaranteed money McAfee disputed those numbers and said the contract has not been done but added that Rogers has agreed to return to the team I'm Shelley Adler

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Chip Shortage (MM #3983)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Chip Shortage (MM #3983)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For the last couple of years, the computer chip shortage has been the talk of the world, not just America, but the world, because everybody is wondering when it ends. First it affected computers than the car manufacturers. As more and more things become computer driven, we need more and more computer chips. And of course, since most computer chips are built in Asia that poses a problem. It's not like we can just start building a computer chips here, how easy is that? What's the cost? They can build computer chips in Asia for a whole lot cheaper than they can here in America, and nobody wants to pay the extra expense. Some car manufacturers will tell you, we'll be out of the computer chip shortage. You'll start easing up here. Third and fourth quarter this year and will be fine by next year. Others saying, well, maybe not this year, but early next year we'll be fine and the computer manufacturers, they don't even want to talk about it. They're afraid the computer chip shortage for them is going to be at least another year, two, three years, and that's anything that involves computer technology. It's not going to be easy. It's not going to be fun and more importantly. What are the costs? Sadly, nobody has the answer.

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Chip Shortage (MM #3983)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Chip Shortage (MM #3983)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For the last couple of years, the computer chip shortage has been the talk of the world, not just America, but the world, because everybody is wondering when it ends. First it affected computers than the car manufacturers. As more and more things become computer driven, we need more and more computer chips. And of course, since most computer chips are built in Asia that poses a problem. It's not like we can just start building a computer chips here, how easy is that? What's the cost? They can build computer chips in Asia for a whole lot cheaper than they can here in America, and nobody wants to pay the extra expense. Some car manufacturers will tell you, we'll be out of the computer chip shortage. You'll start easing up here. Third and fourth quarter this year and will be fine by next year. Others saying, well, maybe not this year, but early next year we'll be fine and the computer manufacturers, they don't even want to talk about it. They're afraid the computer chip shortage for them is going to be at least another year, two, three years, and that's anything that involves computer technology. It's not going to be easy. It's not going to be fun and more importantly. What are the costs? Sadly, nobody has the answer.

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Chip Shortage (MM #3983)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Chip Shortage (MM #3983)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For the last couple of years, the computer chip shortage has been the talk of the world, not just America, but the world, because everybody is wondering when it ends. First it affected computers than the car manufacturers. As more and more things become computer driven, we need more and more computer chips. And of course, since most computer chips are built in Asia that poses a problem. It's not like we can just start building a computer chips here, how easy is that? What's the cost? They can build computer chips in Asia for a whole lot cheaper than they can here in America, and nobody wants to pay the extra expense. Some car manufacturers will tell you, we'll be out of the computer chip shortage. You'll start easing up here. Third and fourth quarter this year and will be fine by next year. Others saying, well, maybe not this year, but early next year we'll be fine and the computer manufacturers, they don't even want to talk about it. They're afraid the computer chip shortage for them is going to be at least another year, two, three years, and that's anything that involves computer technology. It's not going to be easy. It's not going to be fun and more importantly. What are the costs? Sadly, nobody has the answer.

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AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 8 months ago

AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon: 'It's Time for Washington to See Some Real Action'

"A friend of mine, someone who's been very generous to turning point USA and he's a great American Jim layman, and you're running for U.S. Senate in Arizona. Charley, it's time for Washington to see some real action on the U.S. Senate floor. Somebody's really going to stand up for America first, Arizona. I'm going there to make sure it happens. Well, I love to hear that. And so you built a business here in Arizona. Tell us about that. Well, a great foundation of 8 years ago, we brought in great guys from the colon gas industry, which I had led for many years. Second largest company in that industry was fortunate to not start it, but build it to what it was. And then bringing those guys over, seeing an opportunity that said there's a new form of energy that if we focus with utility types really strong power people, not looking at as a greeny thing, look at the power thing. The way of the potential for it to become the lowest cost power. And we've actually achieved that about 5 years ago. We hit parity with the lowest current then formed natural gas. We've continued to drive that down and today Charlie, it's half the price of natural gas. I'm a believer in American energy dominance, not just independence, as our past president said. Or asterisk, guys that are in there now would not believe it, but we just have a strong belief that we've got so much resources in the country. Add solar to that mix. We should absolutely not be doing what the Biden and Kelly administration are doing now. Begging Saudi Arabia for more fuel and just crazy things like that when we've got it all here.

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What Will Eric Write in 2022?

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

What Will Eric Write in 2022?

"Much. Question number one, what will you write in 2022? What will you write? Eric Matthew. What will I write? I think people assume that I write a book a year. Yeah. That would be a bad assumption. He wrote two last year. I didn't write to last year. Two came published last year. I essentially wrote them in the previous year. But writing a book a year is not a great idea for one's mental health. But I don't think I will publish a major book this year, the years already started. So even if I had a book now and I said to a publisher, hey, here's the book. Let's go. They'd be like, man, we can't get this until 2023. And by the way, that was a brilliant impression of most

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Former NYT Journalist Alex Berenson Exposes the Biggest COVID Lies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 10 months ago

Former NYT Journalist Alex Berenson Exposes the Biggest COVID Lies

"I want to just reiterate the book title pandemia, how coronavirus hysteria took over our government rights and lives. So let me ask you a broad question and we can kind of navigate it. Has there been any evidence to show that the death count is there a difference to have dying with COVID or because of COVID? Is there truth to that line of questioning? So this is an interesting one. And this is one where I think because I'm not a conspirator conspiracy theorist. My my view on this is quite a bit more nuanced than it's made out to be. And you may have read or you may have heard, oh, only 6% of people who died from COVID actually died from COVID. You know, the CDC says. And that's not true. Okay. What the CDC said was there were no underlying conditions in 6% of people. Here's the thing, COVID definitely killed a lot of Americans and people around the world last year in this year. We know that because and I go into this in the book, overall deaths were up quite a bit last year in the United States and Europe and in other parts of the world. I mean, they weren't up nearly as much as you would think if you'd watch CNN and MSNBC all the time, but they were still up. A couple million people died from COVID last year. And, you know, 60 million people die worldwide, a couple million from COVID. So it's a real killer, but it isn't, you know, it isn't a top 5 killer. Here's the other thing. And this is the most important lie about COVID that's, you know, that was told from the very beginning. Most of those people were very old and very sick and many of them who weren't very old or very sick were morbidly obese, meaning their life expectancies in many cases they might be three months, 6 months, a year, two years. The idea that COVID strikes down people, not just in the prime of their lives, but sort of healthy 60 year olds is just not

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The Origin of Christopher Steele's Lies Comes From Clinton Campaign

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 11 months ago

The Origin of Christopher Steele's Lies Comes From Clinton Campaign

"Took years two more years on top of that for the Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz to expose that mister Steele had relied in a Russian source who said he never expected mister Steele to present his info as facts since most of it was hearsay Now derms indictment says that this source this guy danchenko obtained material from a longtime democratic operative who was active in the 2016 Clinton campaign In other words the Clinton campaign passed it off to this Russian guy the Russian guy passed it off to Christopher Steele and then Christopher Steele put it in the dossier and then the FBI used that information to then go after Carter page and other people within the Trump campaign And tell everybody that Trump was a Russian puppet A Russian steward you see That's the Democrats ran on And they knew it the whole time They knew what they lied They lied to everybody about this Hillary Clinton's campaign lied And there were so many people in the government that were more than willing to go along with this You know they were just happy to go along with this They didn't even stop Trump No matter

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Taxes and Prices of Everyday Goods Go up Under Joe Biden

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Taxes and Prices of Everyday Goods Go up Under Joe Biden

"I went to the food store today To get a copy of the New York Post Which is a great newspaper And on the cover in addition to beauty can be a beast There was Biden's tax on the middle class $175 per month I'm sure you've heard this True cost of inflation on average American family on $175 a month is over $2000 a year Something like that We're about 2000 a year And they're just getting started We all cost of inflation they have a whole section on here by the editorial board which is outstanding 175 bucks a month that's the hidden tax the average American household is paying for the Biden economy Some of this is indeed transitory as the fed officials like to say I would suggest it's not I would suggest it's not I don't believe it is In fact I believe it's going to get a lot worse I know it's going to get a lot worse And they have some examples 12 back of Pepsi last year was 3.33 today 5.95 Now these are things that most people consume Dozen grade a eggs last year buck 25 Now I'm buck 50 Pringles a can of Pringles Buck 50 last year buck 70 now But look how fast these prices went up pop tarts two bucks last year Two 25 now He once steak sauce 4.75 last year 5 bucks now

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 Microsoft: Russia behind 58% of detected state-backed hacks

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft: Russia behind 58% of detected state-backed hacks

"Microsoft's digital defense report shows Russia is responsible for a majority of the state sponsored hacks it is detected in the past year Microsoft says Russia accounted for fifty eight percent of the hacks mainly targeting government agencies and think tanks in the U. S. followed by Ukraine Britain and European NATO members the effectiveness of the solar winds hack which mainly breaches information technology systems boosted the success rate of Russian hacks from twenty one percent the previous year two thirty two percent China meanwhile accounted for only eight percent of the hacking attempts that Microsoft detected but successfully broke into targeted networks forty four percent of the time I'm

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