22 Burst results for "Bernie Marcus"

The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

The Left's Hold on the Black Community Is Coming to an End

"I want to get right to our guest. Someone who I have an amazing amount of respect for, I read basically everything he puts out. If there's an op-ed by this man, I read it. He's kind of the senior Professor of the conservative movement, and we are honored to have this great patriot with us today. Newt Gingrich, mister speaker, welcome back to the program. Thank you for that warm introduction. As long as you say those nice things, I'll always show up. Well, then we have a deal. So I want to talk about your piece. Democrats hold on the black community is ending, this is something that people have been talking about for a couple years. It was a wonderful piece, walk our audience through it. Well, we've been working on a project that Bernie Marcus launched back in 19 18, looking at the question of could you find an American majority that would be large enough and stable enough that you could really get the big things done we need to get this country back on the right road. And because of my background, both working with Ronald Reagan and then with the contract with America in creating the first Republican House majority in 40 years, we had sort of an instinct for how to do this. What's happened, of course, is that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer mean, let's be fair. They all work together. They've created such a bad performance record at levels people feel. There was a brilliant article the other day by Selena zito, who's one of the great students of American politics. And she said, she was interviewing people in small towns in western Pennsylvania who said to her, look, I can't find baby formula without going to four or 5 stores. And I can't afford the gasoline to go to four or 5 stores. So Joe Biden is hitting me and every possible way. And I think what all that's doing is we have to remember, African Americans are as pocket sensitive as Latinos or Asian Americans or for that matter, caucasians. And they're looking out there that say, it ain't working.

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Ed Rensi: We're Prosperous Because of Free Markets, Free Enterprise

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Ed Rensi: We're Prosperous Because of Free Markets, Free Enterprise

"Well Bernie Marcus whose counter of Home Depot one of the founders a whole new partner wonderful man I mean real citizen great benefactor to our society gives everybody an opportunity And he asked me a long time ago to join job creators network where we could elevate young minorities to understand what the value of work is and to teach them how to go to work how to set an alarm clock how to get to work on time how to study learn grow and teach them what the paycheck look like and the value of work and that their hard work could be rewarded to make it grow and develop Jobs creators network was the foundation of this and I've been working with them on and off since the foundation And then just recently you know they created a coalition of job creators network the second vote advisers in the free enterprise project to talk about the free enterprise system in the United States and how it's deteriorating What can we do about it How can we get people to understand that we're prosperous because we have free markets free enterprise and all of a sudden we've got all this ever since the BLM and the deployed matter all horrible things and there's no question about that But now we've gone off the rails This social engineering and social policy the rittenhouse thing in Kenosha Wisconsin We focus on the minority activity and you know you're a scholar the federalist papers and the discussion and they were afraid of the tyranny of the minority And we have a minority of people in this country today that have big voices for whatever reason I don't quite understand it all They're shaping the policy of this country with an adverse effect on corporations and the shareholders in those corporations

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"So Joey, welcome to the Doug Collins podcast. Yeah, man, thanks for having me on. It's a good time. Most people might not know this. Informal setting here I like to just sort of give the man behind or the women behind the scenes that you and I met in a really unique way. You were working at the time down in a place helping veterans, but you were working with Zach brown's project down in Georgia. Tell us, for that matter, I just sort of how we got to me, but tell us about that project, because that was a really interesting project that Zach had working on down there. Yeah, you know, it's funny. Most people in the country don't know who our congressional representatives are. You know, and I don't mean that in any kind of way, just we might know who the person that represents us is. And we know who the dozen or more that kind of get headlines on TV are, but we don't know all 435 members. And so when I worked at the camp, anytime anyone that smelled like a politician would come around and they'd be like, hey Joe, you got to be here today because we don't know who we're supposed to like this guy. Do we not like this guy? Like how's this work? 'cause they're not very political people over there. But that's really the beauty in it. And so it was really neat that the day you came and visited camp, I got to be there and meet your firsthand and really develop a friendship from that point on. But the purpose of what we were doing there camp southern ground is I mean, we could talk for a whole podcast on it, but really to bring it down. Zach Brown, the country, superstar at this point. Got his start in music from one of the first things he did in music was he was at a camp a summer camp and somebody handed him a guitar and he said, you know, maybe I can learn how to play this. In about ten years after that, he was a young teenager, and he would go back to campus a counselor. And he realized, or they kind of sawing him, he had a kind of a special touch or a personality that he was able to work with the kids with special needs. And he realized music was an easy way or an easier way to connect with those kids because standard communication of talking and body language did not work with all of them. And so he understood kind of this healing power. He calls it remedy and he has a song about it of music, but he also understood the greater infrastructure of having a camp in immersive camp, a camp for kids with special needs could go to school or go to camp with kids that didn't have special needs. So we built camp selling ground, raises the money. It's a $100 million project. He wants it to last for a hundred years. And does all this. And he brings me on board the work there. I actually worked for his business first and then the camp. And he said, hey, man, kids can only go to school four months a year. I need to use this in a meaningful way. The other 6 months that we can use it, and I know that doesn't add up to 12, but you gotta take a month or two off every now and then. And he says, you know, how can I help veterans? Because that's the other thing in my life. It's been a big influence to

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I said, I've done more for the black community. Than anybody since Abraham Lincoln. And it's true nobody has done what I've done, but, you know, they don't like Biden. They don't like he did the Super Predator stuff. You know, he was the super predator care. Listen to this one. And this is this is August 14th 2012 is eight years ago. He's vice president. It's a campaign event. He's talking about Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Here, he's going out the big banks once again write their own rules. Unchain Wall Street put you all back in chains. They're going to put you all back in the black audience. We're gonna put you all back and change eight years ago. I don't understand why it's even a contest. These kind of things ought to be automatic Disqualifiers, but he's a different guy there. You know, you could hear by the way he talks he's out of it looks. He's out of it. Now we can't have a president is out of it because I meet with she and I met with Putin. I meet with all of them. He was out of it there. He knew exactly what he was saying. They're right. You're point. That's right. He's a different guy. He's uh he's out of it. He's in a he's in a daze. I look at the things he says. I look at what he says. I look at the way he says that he's in a daze. And it's not because he's 78 or whatever he is because I know guys that a 92 Bernie Marcus from Home Depot He's 100% Sharpe. Joe, is something wrong? We can't have that well, but he made it through the debate. He made it through 90 minutes that debate without AH, betraying any of the metal. Uh, limitations always agree, But he was not able to answer the Russia thing and he was choking and it was not able to answer the billion dollar prosecutor. You did kind of bail him out the way we started to faint and you kept talking.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Check in station. The checkout and the equipment's covered and special protective gear I mean it's just it's we're on you know we're still on high alert for the possible spread of grant ivars and we'll be for some time and so this is going to become our new normal It's definitely GONNA change the way we do business. Our patients are now not gonNA waiting waiting room together. We're going to spend time waiting in their car until they were pointing. Time comes up and then they'll be called in and taken immediately through the the process without having to sit around each other so it's it's GonNa change the look and feel the practice But ultimately we'RE GONNA get we're GONNA adapt and still be able to take care of patients and do so a pretty Effective and efficient manner. Just it's GonNa be very different for a while. And what would you like to see going forward? Both in terms of of what the governor and the legislature in West Virginia due in the federal government does to continued help businesses. Get back on their feet. Where I think we need to look at The payroll tax holiday It would be great to be able to bring back people without having that staring in the face That's that's a pretty awesome thing for small business centers One thing to I'd like the federal government's consider is the The six hundred dollar week bonus that they've been paying to people who are on unemployment It would be great if they continue some sort of bonus for people who are accepting their employment back or or getting hired. Because you don't want to penalize people for taking a job or going back to their job you WanNa make sure that they feel that you know. They're doing the right thing by going back to work but not that. They're leaving any money on the table by not staying home on unemployment so it'd be nice to have some continuation of that benefit even after taking your job back. You know. That's a good point. I hadn't thought of 'cause I continued to see these stories on CNBC and elsewhere of people who don't want to go back to work because they're making more money on employment in being able to incentivize people going back to work probably would be one of the best things Congress could start doing. The Nation reopens absolutely. I mean we want the economy going again. We want to be propped up stimulus checks and everything else. We want people to get back to work and unemployment is a safety net and it's a necessary thing the crisis like this for sure but don't people feel incentivized to to stay home and not go back to the workforce. We want to get them back to work as quickly again. This is Dr Sabourin. Thank you very much for stopping by and good luck on the reopening. Next week. A glad you're able to be at the White House in Europe. It was great. I'm going to push it out to the audience as well. Thank you very much. Thanks Tom bye stay safe. U2 Darker Berry wrote this op. Ed Let me give you a little more of a synopsis of it and if you WanNa find out more you could find the leak. Go to the job. Creators Network. What is jobs created? Job Creators Network. What is their website link? I think it's JC yes job creators network DOT COM. You can find by the way if you're a small business. I recommend the job creators network really really good people Bernie Marcus.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is taking her turn defending president trump of the Senate and peach when trial Fonda used media clips to answer the house managers argument that there was no basis to claim a connection between Joe Biden's son and corruption in Ukraine you've heard from the house managers they do not believe that there was any concern to raise here all of this was baseless and all we're saying is that there was a basis to talk about this to raise this issue and that is enough chance of Kobe broke a moment of silence that kicked off a more subdued Super Bowl opening night the NFL open the most hyped weaken professional sports with mixed emotions one day after retired superstar Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others died in a helicopter crash in California thousands of fans and media members gathered inside Marlins park for the annual NFL opening night but now it's back to serious business today the chiefs are practicing at dolphin facility in Davie while the forty Niners will be at the university of Miami Sarasota county teachers are getting a pay raise in a deal between the school board and teachers union teachers rated highly effective will see your four point two five percent raise the deal also includes a twelve dollar minimum wage for some of the district's lowest paid workers Florida's department of education has partnered with one of the founders of home depot to give our kids a better understanding of how our government works one of the things that we're trying to do a better job statewide is on a commitment to American civics governor Rhonda Sanderson announcing the Bernie Marcus foundation committed five million dollars over the next three years to increase access to speech and debate programs after similar bills were vetoed in recent.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is taking her turn defending president trump at the Senate peach when trial Fonda used media clips to answer the house managers argument that there was no basis to claim a connection between Joe Biden's son and corruption in Ukraine we've heard from the house managers they do not believe that there was any concern to raise here all of this was baseless and all we're saying is that there was a basis to talk about this to raise this issue and that is enough chance of Kobe broke a moment of silence that kicked off a more subdued Superbowl opening night the NFL open the most hyped weaken professional sports with mixed emotions one day after retired superstar Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others died in a helicopter crash in California thousands of fans and media members gathered inside Marlins park for the annual NFL opening night but now it's back to serious business today the chiefs are practicing at dolphin facility in Davie while the forty Niners will be at the university of Miami Sarasota county teachers are getting a pay raise in a deal between the school board and teachers union teachers rated highly effective will see your four point two five percent raise the deal also includes a twelve dollar minimum wage for some of the district's lowest paid workers Florida's department of education has partnered with one of the founders of home depot to give our kids a better understanding of how our government works one of the things that we're trying to do a better job statewide is on a commitment to American civics governor Rhonda Sanderson announcing the Bernie Marcus foundation committed five million dollars over the next three years to increase access to speech and debate programs after similar bills were vetoed in recent years a house panel in Tallahassee approved a bill that would require warnings to play responsibly on lottery tickets and advertising with Florida's news I'm John Conrad.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Went I got my own book what really happened how Donald J. trump saved America from Hillary Clinton and I was just I I just want to refresh my recollection about who was there at Mar a Lago that night dining with that vicious anti semite that Donald Trump okay so I told you Steve when he's Jewish Richard LeFrak one of trump's fellow billionaire the right developers from queens he was there he is Jewish Bernie Marcus co founder of home depot Bernie Marcus Jewish sitting at trump's table was like Perlmutter from Marvel Comics you just sold he just hits all that through what Disney for four and a half billion dollars Michael savage was also at the table mmhm Michael savage Jewish I believe yes gene gene pero Jeanine Pirro was there now she says I know she has an Italian last name but she's Lebanese by by lineage I believe that makes Lebanese that makes our some Mike does it not she was there and I'll tell you wasn't there but lives in Palm Beach and is a member of the club and is a is a friend of Donald Trump that would be Bob Kraft Jewish and another guy who says sometimes I at the club is a friend of a Donald Trump just had a big fund raiser for me owns the dolphins Steve Ross Jewish and I did Steve Ross he's a graduate of the university of Michigan and does this the Soros crowd is trying to get his name taken off the buildings at the at the university of Michigan he's given you know hundreds of millions of dollars to what his alma mater but they say oh we gate he I he had a fundraiser for trump so we we have to what go after him and he he shouldn't be associated with I could go anywhere but this is this is how they're trying to harass people now is the guy who's going after us Steve Ross at the university of Michigan who's on now Soros's payroll is he an anti semite know he's a he's a left winger he can't be an anti semite alright time.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good morning america. This is the tax roundtable john taxman ts here. It's sunday morning. Things are great in america jobs up. Consumer confidence is up and in this past week. I co wrote a op ed piece in the wall street. Journal with bernie marcus who was co founded the home depot which is one of the most successful companies in america and with us this warnings bernie marcus good morning bernie morning john. How are you today. I you know here i hi. I'm back to working seven days a week. We're just radio shelf jonah you. You're still you're still working. I'm retired. I i left the home depot. I retired in two thousand and two <hes> but i'm working seven days a week also <hes> it's a laugh every so it hasn't stopped for me. Well you know you know what makes gives long life. Long life is when you have something to do and you go to work every day and and create value in your heart and for the country and for other people and and <hes> <hes> tell us about the europe you wrote your portion of the op-ed piece. <hes> tell us about it well john. I mean there's there's it's been. It's been an issue in political world today. <hes> and i guess over the last seven or eight years that <hes> being wealthy <hes> you should really be ashamed of yourself for having the wealth that you've had i've never really. I've never thought about the issue because i don't feel guilty <hes> about anything that's happened in my life. <hes> you know john i started out. Maybe maybe in a worst circumstance and oh you did a my parents. Were russian immigrants. <hes> we lived in a walk up tenement in newark new jersey. We barely had money to live on. My father was a carpenter and <hes> you know my parents came to this country and believed it was the golden land. I mean my mother used to say in years. It's the golden land and and the truth is she said compared to where they came from. This anything here was better better than what they had and they were looking forward to become citizens of this country and my mother said to me. You could be anything you want to be. All you have to do is work hard. Stay at it be honest with people communicate with people and you'll be successful and she was so right john john she was so right but it didn't come easily well. I was paying a rent. My parents came here as immigrants. Even though my grandfathers this came in one thousand nine hundred thirteen my father spoke italian and spoke greek and he was only a busboy in wonder of famous restaurants fronts in new york and we had five rooms and we paid forty eight dollars a month rent and when and when the landlord wanted to increase increase it to forty nine dollars and it was like world war three one dollars support it. You know a lot of people don't. I think that you know they think that because you are where you are today and i am where i am today that we grew up with wealth. We didn't rub with wealth. Well <hes> we achieved what we what we achieved through really hard work and you just mentioned it. You talk about eight working eighty hours a week week while i i that was normal for us working eighty hours a week seven days yeah and until i left two thousand and two <hes> the home depot when i left. I was working those kind of ours even in those days so it's it's not it's not an easy and for for somebody to say to me <hes> you should feel guilty about it. What in god's name was tossed about. They should feel guilty week of not working harder. I interviewed on our radio show about a week ago two weeks ago nigel ah for rogue from great britain <hes> who is the head of the brexit party and the reason they don't talk at the brits. Don't don't talk about him much. The the real reason they want brexit is there will be invaded by a whole bunch of refugees that had no oh no positive input for great britain plop themselves down and they said okay we're here. We don't have any money clothe us feed us educate us and take care of our hospital needs and the the bricks finally said enough is enough. We want to select people that want to come into great britain that <hes> do positive things for great britain the same ray the president trump says we want refugees but and we want but they have to be a positive effect on our country. Don't you sabarni no look. There's no question about let me go back to my own..

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Final thoughts that we're going to get your calls eight hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be part of the program final half hour of the program Kelly mac in any and Jeff floored arm I want the president to turn Baltimore into Wollman rink and show all these cities that have deteriorated under decades of liberal politicians being in charge is it possible to do that with a partnership with like Bernie Marcus what do you think Kelly if there's a tropical yeah the president's doing it working with opportunities down I was just in Detroit at the Democrats they had a woman they'd be out of business owner I yet happening in our community absolutely if anyone can do it president trump can absolutely and it you know as I understand it from no less from the Baltimore sun there's a group of conservatives in Baltimore this minute cleaning up some of the trash that our volunteer to come in there and help and they're doing it so yes absolutely he could do this and make this a woman rake type type of thing this is a great moment thank you both and then you can say to every big liberal city that has I mean look at New York City there more homeless people now than they've had since the Great Depression look at the LA encampments look at a mile away from Nancy Pelosi's house in a drug addict shooting up in the street needles everywhere people defecating urinating in the streets the smells atrocious anyway quick break right back in and your calls are straight ahead president trump's scheduled visit to all council Wednesday in the wake of the shooting massacre there is getting mixed response I'll pencil police spokesperson Robert Gomez I do believe that it's important that the president come to our house so I think it's important that that all leaders local federal.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Final thoughts that were going to get your calls eight hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be part of the program final half hour of the program Kelly mac and Anne and Jeff floored arm I want the president to turn Baltimore into Wollman rink and show all these cities that have deteriorated under decades of liberal politicians being in charge is it possible to do that with a partnership with like Bernie Marcus what do you think Kelly if there is a tropical yeah the president during a working with opportunities down that was just in Detroit at the Democrats they got a woman say to me I'm a business owner I see it happening in our community absolutely if anyone can do it president trump can have more deeply and you know the inside understand it from no less from the Baltimore sun there's a group of conservatives in Baltimore this minute cleaning up some of the trash that our volunteer to come in there and help and they're doing it so yes absolutely he could do this and make this a woman rake type type of thing this is a great moment thank you both and then you can say to every big liberal city that has I mean look at New York City there more homeless people now than they've had since the Great Depression look at the LA encampments look at a mile away from Nancy Pelosi's house in a drug addict shooting up in the street needles everywhere people defecating urinating in the streets the smells atrocious anyway quick break right back and your calls are straight ahead you know this is news radio WFLA and I heart radio station good afternoon I'm Dana mills our top story at five thirty the desperate search for a carjacking victim has ended the body of sixty eight year old Matthew.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on KTOK

"Four one Shawn if you want to be part of the program final half hour of the program Kelly mac in any and Jeff floored arm I want the president to turn Baltimore into Wollman rink and show all these cities that have deteriorated under decades of liberal politicians being in charge is it possible to do that with a partnership with like Bernie Marcus what do you think Kelly the third tropical yeah the president during a working with opportunities on that was just in Detroit at the democratic state not a woman to be on a business owner I see it happening in our community absolutely if anyone can do it president trump can absolutely and you know the as I understand it from no less from the Baltimore sun there's a group of conservatives in Baltimore this minute cleaning up some of the trash that our volunteer to come in there and help and they're doing it so yes absolutely he could do this and make this a woman rake type type of thing this is a great moment thank you both and then you can say that every big liberal city that has I mean look at New York City there more homeless people now than they've had since the Great Depression look at the LA encampments look at a mile away from Nancy Pelosi's house in a drug addict shooting up in the street needles everywhere people defecating urinating in the streets the smells atrocious anyway quick break right back in and your calls are straight ahead those bodies.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on KTOK

"It Paul Bernie Marcus get all the materials across from home depot will bulldoze those seventeen thousand structures that are not inhabitable will get rid of the rats and mice and rodents and then we'll start rebuilding the city house by house will hire the best contractors will hire people that are at a work in Baltimore and then when the president to get that finished that will hand over the liberal cities like San Francisco and Chicago and New York and some of the areas that need it most I don't see solutions that are brought up very often my any of these people it's just can we bludgeon trump all about bludgeoning politicizing a tragedy for their own corrupt benefit it's not out of any other reason because if they cared we'd hear about it every weekend from every big city and it does need to stop what they don't care they can't use it to bludgeon trump so why bother selective fading only moral outrage let's solve the problem I will sit at the table with anybody talk about it because it it can be solved it must be stopped we have a responsibility to solve it not politicize eight hundred nine four one Shawn is our number right like many of you I suffer from insomnia and frankly up until I met Mike Lindell my pillow dot com I just didn't have an answer now the great thing is I don't know what it is but it works I fall asleep faster I stay asleep longer have the my pillow mattress topper and their sheets and I have a bellows.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Proffer townhall dot com in a sense the twenty twenty race is shaping up as a choice between two Bernie's aright burning a left Bernie feel like the capitalist Bernie the Bolshevik Bernie these two Bernie's have neatly defined the choice and twenty twenty on the one hand is home depot founder the creator of a half million jobs and billionaire Bernie Marcus who is spending his golden years giving away his money to worthy causes on the other hand the Soviet Devo tae senator Bernie Sanders who's spending his golden years the same we spent his formative ones giving away other people's money the market is an unabashed a trump supporter undeterred by threats of a home depot boycott by Marxist mobsters Bernie Sanders is an unrepentant redistribution is too said on meet the press recently his goal is quote to make the poor richer and the rich poor and quote thirty markets doesn't believe helping people is a zero sum proposition Bernie Sanders please everything should be free except freedom which Bernie will you supported twenty twenty I'm damn proud the pepper nine school of public policy learn more at public policy dot dot EDU there was a recent poll Germany election Obama better than trying I should of course because I'm making them pay their bills I you got a we go and make a speech I go and make a speech I Celebes because I'm the one I'm when you hear they like me better I'm not doing my job you got to pay your bills lance bass to go through this America first portion of the market with a brought to impart by the association for mature American citizens did you watch the.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Right so there you go I'm I don't know what else to say we don't need any punching in any necks well I yeah I just I I personally wouldn't even think that the neck would be the first place I punch maybe other people would but now it's not me president trump on Tuesday defended home depot co founder Bernie Marcus amid boycott threats from shoppers over the billionaire's declaration that he would donate to the president's reelection bid the way the first time I saw that story yeah it was our maybe I sign on CNBC because it showed that story you know and it said the the boycott threatened for co founder of home depot boycott threaten for home depot and right beneath that with the stock market and the error was up yeah I'm deep are up in arms I burst of the counter protest by people with saying I'm going to go to home depot to just buy something that I don't even need just to show my support from people I don't know if Bernie still burning that the other burning I don't know if he still he made maybe he still has stock but he has not been officially associated with home depot for while I know he was on the board of directors for while I doesn't still an advice does it matter no it doesn't talk about spirit quote a truly great patriotic insurable man Bernie Marcus a co founder of home depot who at age ninety is coming under attack by the radical left Democrats with one of their often use weapons they don't want people to shop at those great stores because he contributed to your favored president me a truck that we three ones favored president trump tweeted most the most popular president among amongst infants under the age of two well yeah that's because yeah yeah by the way he understood that's not an into Eric's not insulting the president that goes back to the polling that was done yeah they're like the older people got well with people older than seventy J. F. K. range really it's like well wait a minute the the most of your the what was the best president of your lifetime well with infants and newborns trump is one hundred percent the vice president was live time because it was the thing on a bomb that bomb is the most popular president with those under the age of thirty yeah well yeah he's force yeah we get are under the age of twenty five it's like well that's because the only thing that's remember in their memory they really don't remember any other press it was basically the question do you do you do young people prefer Obama or trump yeah expect what the question was ridiculous but the the idea I mean first of all how dare you Mister Marcus the what and then the the founder of B. ET yeah I'm not saying the letter is just gone crazy any said he said look if they if they want to be prompted an he voted for Hillary right yep and he really he's really complimented trump by many things in the economy and says that the because of trump's economy that it has affected in a positive way the lives of blacks can he get on MSNBC answer can he get on CNN and say that I believe you said that on CNBC I can you get on those other networks and say that that's a good that's a good question well they allow him on or will he be bad but he also said he's said that the only way the Democrats can be trump is they have to go centrist and they have to do it really quick yeah right yeah like now yeah but it's it's something that I think a lot of people on the left okay here's a question because he's not a young guy you know he's been around for a while so you know my question is the older demographic amongst Democrats I would love to see the survey do you believe that the Democrats have gone too far left just let's say I don't know forty five and older forty in older uhhuh I would love to see that break you know because every once in awhile we'll get the call I'm I'm older you know I'm over the age of fifty and I've voted blue all my life but these people are crazy it's just gone too far we have the right after the election we had a young man called us and he was a millennial and said I am left I am a liberal but the left is moving too far left that may be an anomaly or something I I I don't know but I'd love to see the breakdown of older demographics people who have always been Democrats that look at it right now because you know behind closed doors Bernice people Biden's people and I know we're talking about much older than forty but but they're looking at this going what we do what where did our party go castle those crazy Democrats I still think that N. and we we caught it I believe you were the first to say it in this way you said when the Claire McCaskill ad came out then she endorsed which in she was saying I'm not one of those crazy Democrats now part of that came out of the whole Cavanaugh hearings we believe but you were the one that said it Gary the only reason that a Democrat would use that in the ad and I think you made a great point is that that was what was coming up in the focus groups in the internal polling that they were doing they were finding that a significant number of independence and may be what used to be called blue dog Democrats that that was the word that they were using these Democrats are crazy right he's a crazy Democrats otherwise why would a if they were public can use that you'd said yeah that makes sense yeah okay you're trying to demonized the other side this is a Democrat stating that I'm not one of those crazy Democrats and I thought it was great when you made that point when you said I believe that that freeze crazy Democrat has come up well certainly with this group running for president and the things that they're promoting that in no way has died down no no not at all not in just a period of what were we talking about seven eight months yeah right now now I was just thinking there's a new polls out Biden up a little bit harassed on a little bit it's basically by not by when by not by roughly just look at the latest pulling that was done by not by fifteen by not by fifteen one in and twelve in another and then hair Sanders and worn in the one tied in the Emerson in the political Paul it's Biden thirty one Harris fourteen Sanders nineteen warn thirteen but a judge at five and six we have said though he still on it because he's point extremely high he's pulling much higher in Iowa New Hampshire that he is in the national polls which means he still has the ability to raise money yeah yes to build C. to raise money and that there would be potential you know it right for him ed in the beginning of the primary to build on on that those are if he were to do well in Iowa and New Hampshire something in a Mister Marcus the run numbers to Marcus I'm trying to think of it and that's the guy from home depot the had a B. E. T. F. his one forgot his name I don't have the store in front of me here ma'am that he said that the Democrats I have to have to move to the center real quick who can do that besides bite Harris can't do it Sanders can't do it Warren can't do it Bob Johnson is his name by answered yet is right yeah but could could but a judge fake it I'm okay so does the fact that he carries his religion do anything for him there I don't I don't know that it necessarily does hope but a judge now you know in in being centered I mean does that do anything to to centrum I don't I don't think so because no because you have to look at at each of those items throughout the primary bite is struggling because he can't he wants to remain centered in he's being forced to take a position on the far left stuff and he's going to do that's going to continue we're we're just now we've only had one debate and he did horribly and it's only gonna get worse as the number of people drop out and it's just gets down to one stage and a handful of them everybody will be going after him he's got he's up against the ropes right now already I I am I don't know I am surprised at the Emerson pulled on the strength of the president the Emerson polls showing that trump would beat Sanders or should be Sanders would be trump Sanderson biting would be trump right would beat everybody else would be terrorists would be worn would be put a judge well well aid and we're not even to you know the the the heart of the campaign season there are no older than factor all that is that you know that that's why I'm saying it was so early on where normally at this time this would be everybody beats trump by eleven points that right yeah now you did see that the favorability rating the president up to fifty one percent yeah I'm sure the White House is saying inspect Mister inspector general of the justice department please Mister Horowitz come out with that report now would you please write could you guys get these investigations done yeah I I I need and not not pork saying let's get it done and get out of the way because there might be some bad news here it's like no no no no no no let's this is time we get that when we've got tons of ammunition right but just interesting where Mr Johnson from BT says well they've got to move to the center who could do that I I don't know who can do that aside from by my point exactly and I don't know how Biden gets to the primary to have the to have that opportunity to be centered eight six six ninety right I your poem for summer but are your tires as the temperature rises so does the importance of tire maintenance the key to staying on the road this summer is to stay on top of regular tires factions proper inflation is essential to tire performance improper tire inflation can result in an even treadwear due to how it displaces the footprint of the tire from the pavement having proper tread depth.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

15:39 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Investors okay. It's time to find out what's new in the world earlier this week. The first thing I saw when I when I go to bed turned on the the news was that Ross Perot had died at the age of eighty nine you probably probably remember him. He ran for president a while back and he was a very successful guy early in his career. He was a <hes> top IBM salesman. You know selling computers. When computers were these giant machines right? And he noticed that the customers were not using their spending huge amount of times actually not using their machines and of course IBM didn't want to hear about that because they just wanted to sell more machines but he he basically made a fortune helping people use their their computers more efficiently you know so he would sell the he found a way to sell the time on these computers and and did a bunch of other things and created a company called E._D._S. E._S.. That was early on involved in Medicare and Medicaid and and helping the government be a little more efficient which we all which we probably helped grateful for or not. I don't know maybe you don't want those things to be more efficient. Maybe you want to go away but a story of that I want to tell about Ross. Perot is in the book. I love capitalism by Ken Langone. Ken Langone is one of the five founders of Home Depot he he was the banker actually in the beginning and so early on when the when the guy's got fired from their job Bernie Marcus and Arthur blank and and another fellow whose name escapes me for the moment got fired from their job at a company called Handy Dan Ken Langone said don't worry we're going to start a new company and he went to Ross Perot to try to raise the money and they were all set and Perot's going to give them two million bucks and then Perot asks the one guy says. What kind of car do you drive in the guy says you know this is like the mid one thousand nine hundred seventy eight or seventy nine or something like that and he says I drive a nineteen seventy two pontiac and he says great eight and then he asked the other guy he said what what kind of car do you drive and the guy said I drive a nineteen seventy-three Cadillac and Perot's eyebrow shot up and he says Cadillac my guys drive chevrolets they don't drive cadillacs and so then Bernie Marcus he got Ken Langone and he said can we talk for a minute and he says you know something this guy we're going to have him own seventy percent of our company and he's is busting my chops about owning old Cadillac car had like one hundred thousand miles on it? It wasn't some new fancy car. Is You know what else is. He GonNa drive me nuts about. Let's get the hell out of here and they had a little argument. They go nuts the guy's about to give us two million dollars and then marcus came back and said you know I don't want to have this guy is my controlling shareholder and he says here's a quote for the book he says in fact I'd rather starve to death and have this guy got a partner and that was the end of Ross Perot's involvement in Home Depot but you know interesting guy and gone at the age of eighty nine and a great book by the way I love capitalism really easy easy to read fun extremely well written great story after story after story told by Ken Langone. There's another one you can add to the list right so I just WanNa talk about starbucks <hes> <hes> which is a company that I have revealed that we recommended in extreme value. It's done extraordinarily well the last year it's up like seventy percent just since last <hes> August when we covered it and it's a great business wonderful business but they have these episodes every now and that kind of speak to their sort of left coast culture you know and recently would happen was an employee fluey at one of the stores in Tempe Arizona asked six police officers six of them. I mean the guy had guts walking up to six cops and asking them to leave or move out of a certain customers line of sight because the customer said he didn't feel safe because of the big police presence now I have to say I'm ever so mildly sympathetic to that viewpoint but this strikes me as a little silly. I don't know maybe I'm not that guy. Maybe he was beat up by the police at one point in his life I don't know but just going through with this and having you know saying something to the manager and the manager or employee whoever it was asking sticks police officers to leave the store or move out of this guy's line of sight just struck me as a little bit crazy kind of a sign of the times and the latest headline is that the starbucks has apologized after an employee I just think I think that this is a little bit crazy. I I said earlier I was talking about the book Humanitas and that we we are not so familiar anymore with the ancient cultures based on honor and Shane and and maybe the maybe we just have such a different version of it <hes> that I did. I'm failing to recognize. Maybe that's what this is. This is our version of of those concepts in reality but you know certainly if you're a starbucks shareholder. None of this means anything but I do have to point out you know they. The last time this happened. They closed the store for a day and everybody had like diversity training. I think it was and you know learning how to learning how to get along and include everybody and not not <hes> not cause problems because if you remember the previous incident was I think it was in Philadelphia and two African American gentlemen were asked asked to leave the store for whatever reason and that created a big hubbub and they shut the business down for a day did diversity training and and of course right away the first thing I thought of and it was pointed out to to me. I didn't think of it but but one of the first things I heard and I thought yeah it makes sense. I mean chick fillet. Does this every week right. They closed down every Sunday. They're closed every Sunday and their employees. Are you know because they they're they're honoring the Sabbath which doesn't even necessarily have to be a religious thing just a break what one of our former podcast guests Aaron Edelheit would call a heartbreak once a week and so maybe I don't know maybe the folks at starbucks need to just kind of take a hard break once a week. Maybe they're working too hard. They worked too much. They wind up doing this crazy stuff but you know kind of meaningless for investors okay one more. Maybe maybe tumor an analyst at Rosenblatt Securities named June Joan cut his rating on Apple. It was a hold rating which hold rating and Wall Wall Street is like cell right but he's actually changed the whole rating to sell so maybe when he says hold he really means it and with the Stock Lately <hes> actually let me just get a quick quote here. The stock lately is up around two hundred bucks and he says his new price target is one hundred fifty and there are some questions you know I mean for example would evalu- investor say you know is it time to buy if the guy's cutting his his his rating and I don't think this indicates anything about whether or not you should buy the stock I did indicate on a previous podcast that of the the big fan companies right facebook Amazon apple net flicks Google others big companies. I do worry a bit about apple because two thirds of the revenue comes from the IPHONE and this is this is just a standard risk that we look for in businesses. We always look for this. I mean and in this general category like we always look for a company. That's got too much revenue from one product. We always look for like UH companies. They get you know some substantial amount of revenue from <hes> from Walmart or something because what of Walmart decides how we don't WanNa use you anymore and it's you know thirty percent of the revenue. I promise the day that announcement is made the stock is going to plummet and the business is going to be is going to suffer and it is a similar fear with apple is just I think it's just a reasonable rational investors viewpoint of apple. What do you do and two thirds of your revenue? Come from one product. You could call it a category because there's different versions of the iphone but it's it's one product or is the iphone going to grow forever or is it going to even maintain current levels forever. I I don't think so and that question then becomes do these other businesses which are admittedly kind of great you know APP store. I tuned store all that stuff is they're going to be enough revenue from those to replace you know two-thirds tens of billions of dollars. I don't you know or some portion of that two-thirds. I don't think that's I don't think apple's a no brainer at all. I think it's Kinda hard. It's in the too hard pile for me because of that anyway anyway just one more thing we anytime healy muskets in the news. We have to mention it in musk says that self-driving chips will be most most likely coming to older Tesla's will be available for older model tests this year according to mosque the they'll be rolled out to the older vehicles most likely he says by the end of the fourth quarter of this year. He said that on twitter remember when he said he deleted twitter. I guess you know so that idea. Maybe he was saying it tongue-in-cheek. The chips are manufactured by Nvidia and I don't think that this news is very meaningful at all and I think you know Whitney Tilson who has who has a really great newsletter published by stands Berry now empire financial research. I think Whitney's right. I think it's the beginning of the end for Tesla. There's too many problems and again like you don't have to be a hater. It's about being rational investor and that's all it's about. It's an extremely highly competitive of capital intensive business and the fact that other companies you know a bunch of other companies are building you know very similar products and their actual car companies who have made money selling cars before the fact that they're doing it just means that making cars is still a highly competitive highly capital intensive and very likely will always be a low margin affair and I just don't you know brand new products like this. They make great stories. They can make a great stock for a short period of time but they generally make really poor investments and that's that's all I had to say about Tesla. Yes Musk's weird and he exhibits weird behavior and that doesn't make me feel good as a potential shareholder right. You don't WanNa see a C._E._O.. Behaving this way I won't even get into it. You know what I'm talking about. Just Google Musk USC weirdness and you'll probably get a bunch of stuff but but that's how I feel about task. I don't think this news changes anything and I think I think Whitney Tilson his right. I think the stock will probably go below one hundred dollars by the end of the year so there's some other stuff going on actually just one more okay just one more the S._e._C. is suing this <hes> this Fella named Daniel Pacheco who and they alleged that he engaged in twenty-six million dollar like Crypto Ponzi.

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Home Depot shoppers threaten to boycott after learning the co-founder gave millions to help elect Trump

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Home Depot shoppers threaten to boycott after learning the co-founder gave millions to help elect Trump

"So Bernie Marcus who left the board of home depot one of the founders of home depot comes out and says he's given money to the trump whatever so on Twitter all these idiots and he's left this little whatever you wanna call it they want to protest the hell out of this great man Bernie Marcus and hold people by the way Bernie Marcus and can learn grown and Arthur blank created hundreds of billions of wealth millions of jobs I can I can go on and on of both the company as well as for any market given away slowly into dollars charity to children to hospitals to education to the downtrodden political protests them amazing we had a problem with the Starbucks also one person makes a mistake protests Starbucks because one person in one store makes a mistake about the police people are insane by the way I had some of the insanity of I I repented with Nike did the thing with copper neck I was like first thing I said is I'm not wearing not Nike anymore and then I looked in the mirror and I said what you a moron free will free speech anyway you get my

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Trump defends Home Depot co-founder after shoppers threaten boycott

Howie Carr

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Trump defends Home Depot co-founder after shoppers threaten boycott

"Home depot shop for shoppers threatened boycott over trump supported co founder Bernie market study on the Atlanta Falcons I believe I think he does home depot shoppers have been threatening to boycott the store after its co founder Bernie Marcus revealed in a recent interview that he'd be donating to president trump's

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Home Depot facing boycott over co-founder's Trump donation

Scott Sloan

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Home Depot facing boycott over co-founder's Trump donation

"Twenty campaign continues to begin to ratchet up a little bit and people start taking sides believe it or not some people vote for some candidates in some vote for others some people don't like it when people give money to some candidates well turns out that a well known Republican and a man and I guess is donated money over the years a co founder of home depot Bernie Marcus plans to donate to the Donald Trump reelection campaign well well well that didn't sit well and once it hit the twittersphere it took off from there because a businessman dad to support a particular candidate says the tweeter number one home depot shoppers if you're anti trump boycott the store and cut up your cards co founder Bernie Marcus plans to donate to president Donald trump's twenty twenty reelection bid than others if you plan on buying a hammer would or any home improvement item from home depot you might as well send donations directly to trump's twenty twenty campaign and then the people who lie like this one I just purchased and stuff yesterday some tools I went back and just got a refund they ask me what's wrong with the merchandise and told him one of two black and ask your white supremacist C. E. O. refund my money right now as well somebody bought tools a list which ones they were they would just say tools and no you didn't take them back in the you didn't tell the person at the store that and then somebody else the market watching some customers claim they're cutting up their home depot cards and shopping a competitors like

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Of the key things there is to truly I asked 'em I hungry, or am I doing it out a routine, or boredom, or some other reason, mayoclinic, dietitian Catherine's Radke says if it really is hunger. Some of the best knacks are the ones that physically fill your stomach, but have minimal calories vegetables are eighty to ninety percent water. They're bulky because they're fibrous. And so they're heavy and they take up space trick your brain into thinking you've eaten more than you have. But you can also trick your brain into making that feeling last longer by mixing, and some protein and fat that takes longer to digest, think peanut butter on fruit or HAMAs guacamole on vegetables. And so if you fill up with fruits and vegetables, but then have a little bit of protein and fat that's gonna digest slower, maintaining that feeling of society or that fullness between meals. For more information, talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org. Freedom doesn't start in. The White House. It starts in your house. Here's Helen krieble a friend in Denver mentioned the tax. She pays quarterly to the city in order to have an office there. We laughed about what the city calls in occupational privilege tax because it's difficult to see any privilege in it. She was pay extra for each employee in our office ironically thing now require the payments to be sent to address in Dallas. Is that because even the city of Denver doesn't want to pay the tax on its own employees? So they shipped the work off to a city that doesn't charge such fees either way it's an abuse of taxing authority. And there is nothing funny about that this is just another way for government to grab your money. It's wrong and it's just not that complicated. For more check out our podcast at lens of liberty dot org. Bringing America financial freedom one listener at a time. You're listening to the watchdog on Wall Street with Chris Kelsey. They're, they're all trying to muscle in on Bernie and trying to get back your and wackier. Story came out this past week. I, I didn't believe it. I have one of those stories that I had to go check several times. I said, no way. No. What? Yeah. Elizabeth Warren is demanding reparations for gay and lesbian couples. That's right. She is demanding reparations for gay and lesbian couples because of how they were treated by. The tax code. I just waiting for one the one person to step out, maybe it'll be Bill, the Blasios or somebody way down there at the bottom there, Julian Castro and just, just call for free beer. Freebie. Everyone you're gonna get free beer. Anyway. Speak our talking about Bernie quite about another Bernie Bernie Marcus. Bernie Marcus and Ken Langone were interviewed this past week about the fortieth anniversary. The opening of Home Depot. And they very Marcus went off Bernie Sanders and his ideas. And what he wants to do. It was some parts of the interview type find fascinating, then you'll know a huge fan of Ken Langone as well talk about him often here on the program, and all the good that, that, man does and what he's done what his life. And they talk about what they did with Home Depot, and how they never took stock options that ever paid minimum wage. They paid people well and you know what they built one of the things they also said as well. Is that.

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"bernie marcus" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bernie marcus" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's not gonna make you all jittery rezoned contains away. And that's it. So go to rid own dot com. R A D U Z O any dot com. Get a special offer right now at rid us own dot com. Rid us own dot com. That worked had with it. Tripoli nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three and Pat unleashed on Twitter. So with all this talk about socialism with the Democrats make trying to make it mainstream. And I guess it kind of have certainly for millennials and many many others in our society. It's pretty well. Accepted will Bernie Marcus from Home Depot, the founder of Home Depot. Spoke about socialism, check this out. Bernie, Marcus, formerly of Home Depot. Now, I think out on his own doing retire every stuff here you want to start by saying something politically incorrect. I love America. I do I love America because it's the greatest country in the world. I think there are two big reasons why this country is so great. The first is our constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech, and expression. The second is our free market system. The free market system has been the biggest creator of wealth and prosperity. The world has ever known billions of people out of poverty, far more superior than any government program could ever be the free market is the tool that allows many to reach out and grab hold of the American dream when I co-founded the Home Depot nineteen seventy nine. I just been fired Adams broke, there's no other country in the world that is a system where someone under these circumstances could turn. Simple idea and hard work into a company that employs more than four hundred thousand people and has created thousands of successful millionaires while I'm no longer in the management of the Home Depot, I.

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