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Bob Dole urges nation to stay positive

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bob Dole urges nation to stay positive

"On this veterans day one vet who rose from the wounded soldier to presidential nominee is urging the nation to keep the faith ninety seven year old Bob Dole say sure America has its faults we're trying to get over those faults and bring everybody in this big family of ours dole was badly wounded during World War two before moving into a long career as a senator and was the GOP's nineteen ninety six White House nominee in a remote interview with the national Press Club he urged Americans to stay positive we're a great country because we have moral values and whatever other values keep us going and going Sager mag ani Washington

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BREAKING: Herman Cain Dies Of Coronavirus At Age 74 in Atlanta

The Erick Erickson Show

03:35 min | 4 months ago

BREAKING: Herman Cain Dies Of Coronavirus At Age 74 in Atlanta

"A political consultant who worked for Herman? Cain on his twenty twelve presidential campaign is announcing that he has passed away. from. covid nineteen. That's breaking news here in Y'all I'm not confide. This is not. Confirmed other than through Ellen. And I'm Yup. nope. It's IT's confirmed folks. Herman Cain has died of the corona virus. age seventy four. In Republican presidential candidate in two thousand twelve. Herman Cain ran his platform very famously was the nine nine, nine tax reform plan. He had been Fox. News contributor and a newsmax contributor newsmax is confirming his death He was admitted to the hospital on July first two days after being. DIAGNOSED WITH COVA night teen. Ten Days Prior, he had been at the Rally for the President they they don't know where he got the virus. And Herman Cain has now. Passed away He was the President of Godfather's pizza. He. Rose through the ranks He joined coca. Cola. He worked for Pillsbury. He was regional vice president for Burger, King, which at the time Pillsbury owned and then he took over. Godfather's pizza turned around made it a profitable company. And his big issue is marketing. He became the chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Nineteen ninety-five He was in the position for twenty months in nineteen in two, thousand nine you'll recall the president renominated him for the Federal Reserve. Board? He ultimately withdrew his nomination. He dabbled in politics in one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty was an adviser to the Bob Dole Jack Kemp Campaign for President He ran for the Senate in two thousand four. He was defeated in the primary by Johnny Isaacson actually campaigned for him in two thousand four. Now he beat colon cancer it was stage four and two, thousand six he was diagnosed with it the and then from two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, seven, of course, he had the Herman Cain Show in Atlanta? On WSB, I was actually hired in two thousand eleven to replace Herman on WSB Because Herman had decided, he was going to run for president and he had been in the line to replace Neil Bortz they needed somebody to replace Herman as a result. So they hired me Herman off and ran for president. He at one point was the front runner for the Republican presidential nomination, and then he the ultimately lost the nomination and came back to radio has has wound down his career over time and. Herman Cain now dead he was a good man. Seventy four years old affected by coronavirus virus. Prayers for his family. And for for those who knew and loved and worked with Herman Cain God. Bless him.

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NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:02 min | 7 months ago

NCAA Won't Mandate Uniform Return to Sports, Mark Emmert Says

"Really looking forward to chatting with heather vintage from ESPN. Who broke the story last night? In relation to our interview with Mark Emirates the president most people saw the headlines throughout the evening and early day the NCW. A uniform return And now we can get an inside that conversation and find out what it all means Heather thank you for being with us. It's great to connect with you again. Hope you're well. I'll tell you man I don't know that heather and I usually convene in at ESPN on Sunday morning. About six fifteen in the morning. We're we're both the bleary eyed for various reasons but we get through it and Heather I feel the same way. Let's let's let's talk about your conversation with President Amran. Everyone thinks they know what it means. But you talk to Him. Tell us about it. Well I think one of the big questions I have had about all of this is what is the double role and some coaches have been outspoken. And saying we need somebody to issue a sort of blanket set of instructions to help us out on this and so I asked him point blank with the NCAA issue a start date and he said not in this case usually we would. That's what we do but The Corona virus pandemic has thrown this off the track and so he is saying from the highest level and college sports. What I have heard from every single commissioner that I have talked to which is it is not up to us and they stressed this in a phone call to Vice President Mike Pence a couple of weeks ago and I think it's very important to reiterate. Just how different college? Sports are from Pro Sports. They can't just you know. Pull up in a parking lot and get a test in minutes and go into a stadium. That's unlock they. Must WAIT UNTIL UNIVERSITY. Presidents reopened campuses So as much as a lot of people have heard like the NCWA to do something to help not even commissioners the most powerful people in sports the power five commissioners can do this uniformly as much as they would like to. They are cognizant of the fact. This is changing state by state. So what role does Emmerick ploy moving forward? So part of it he said is helping regulate the what is it ninety conference championships that they do oversee And Remember the NC Double A. Was the one that had the authority and the power to cancel the NCAA basketball tournaments which they run and all the other winter sports and the spring sports calling a halt to those conference championship games but his thing was basically saying we are here to help them in terms of fast tracking legislation. Let's say they only go to eight conference games Or How do you do? We need to reconfigure how you determine a conference champion and a certain league or play number of games Bob Ob the big twelve. Commissioner told me to football oversight committee will have something to do with a lot of those questions and and rules and regulations but at the NC double a level he said he and his staff are preparing just like the commissioners are for whatever permutation you might be able to think about what seasons might look like in order to respond quickly and say okay. You only have eight of ten teams and you're GonNa play championship. Here's here's we're going to rewrite this here you go. He said something Friday that was that I thought was interesting where where he alluded to it. In loot he was pretty matter of fact about the students on campus. Before you can play and that's been the debate You you talk to more people than anyone help us understand where we're the commissioners are right now and why did Mark emerets say that well choosers. Depends on who you talk. Too Much Commissioner Craig. Thompson was very blunt about it when I spoke to him and basically said I don't see how you can have athletes back. You don't have students back Jon Steinbrecher of the Mack told me the exact same thing Bob. Dole's be told me last week he said well. Here's the thing if everyone is going to online classes the first step is you have to have your athletes register online because again. They are student athletes if they're not registered for those online classes. That's the first step. You can't get back on campus. You're you can't be a student athlete. So there are also conversations going on about what it could look like on some campuses that have some students returned to campus. We're just freshman or however you might want to Put that piece of the puzzle together but there are certainly varying pain herm Edwards at. Asu told me if it's not safer. Sousa comeback from my players and coaches. I WANNA have everybody tested

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Big 12 Baseball Championship To Be Played At Globe Life Field In 2022

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

Big 12 Baseball Championship To Be Played At Globe Life Field In 2022

"LD globe life field will soon be home to the big twelve baseball championship big twelve commissioner Bob dole's be says it's going to be exciting for all players and coaches involved I have an opportunity to use a major league ballpark that will be the best

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"bob dole" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:50 min | 11 months ago

"bob dole" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Bob Dole job most likely the cancer will come back at most likely you'll have a miserable life and most likely you'll suffered terribly well the Bob didn't know that because Bob just had is on call as uncle had something that he thought that okay whether you did or not we don't know and then Bob tells the patient the pages as well I want to do what Bob says quote Bob's either doctored the Bob is really very little experience of what we're trying to do here is give patients advice based upon scientific data and information and decades of experience of thousands of patients treated which is really very different than what Bob and Harry went through having one experience not really knowing what happened to the patients I think it's so important to meet in person you see many people in person and about ninety percent of time I can tell patients and their loved ones things about their body they never knows things their doctor never told him I saw this illustrious compo just a couple days ago with prostate cancer and the man was never told you had surgery and all the cancer was left in his body he was never told that he never understood he was never told me was the reformed over the never had any inkling of it so so often patients themselves and loved ones themselves don't really know what's going on in their body concerning cancer until they come here and meet the doctor leader men's this is what we do every day we explain and we talk about all the options that will jump right in if you have questions well again keep that paper and pencil handy there's lots through on a talk about lots of things you wanna write down what about a man who comes to us from North Carolina and this is a man who's married he came with his wife he has four children and he was referred by his brother knows brother is one of the senior members of Jehovah's witness and as you probably know Joe was witnesses a group that believes they should not have blood transfusions then I've seen people die rather a blood transfusion this is part of their religious beliefs and this man comes to us from North Carolina with a very aggressive hi PSA is PSA was seventy two now remember a normal PSA is up to four you could have prostate cancer the PSA of one or two or three all those in route to get to for this man had a seventy two PSA is merited for children he lives in North Carolina user for advise brother who came here he has diabetes and high blood pressure's just two weeks before it came to his PSA was seventy two at No biopsy the.

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"bob dole" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"bob dole" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Black uniforms on with Bob Dole been black corner meant the ribbons and helmets with the playing G. like the neon knights of St John's Catholic organization and will bring you know I hotels that you can't park there but it's just the lane for you to do is awful pick up passengers yeah I don't know if I'm in the car with your I mean the building waiting to be picked up which which is a big part of the building it you can't just break the that twenty by thirty feet along the driveway and I was wondering what what the coach is more like a western coach not a Victorian code will not black really significance of the battle creek but I'm the type of person that I don't go in full bodied gold watches gold okay but all the yellow brick road I mean it's like there are yellow brick world with gold the time I've done okay go ahead Laney yeah well I guess it Raymond Alice's is from noon to be asking yourself these questions because of course it would be impossible for me to jump inside your head like a mind reader because we're not really capable of mind reading but maybe you could tell me what does come to mind how do you feel in a dream by the way I have something to do with well even so which is it could be even well that was a good feeling the black coaches ouch it's I don't know that's why I'm asking you the expert right now but I but I can't tell you how you're feeling when you live in a dream how we used to feeling what is the feeling you have are you happy is it well I'm I'm I'm a bit go I'm not I'm not I'm just waiting to be picked up it is like I'm looking down on the scene from the bottom of the twenty feet high in the air or something like that it's not scary and it's not the it's it's really want the feet in the air I'm not I I'm above the coach but now I'm not sure I don't have it and so sometimes you might dream like that I know involved in some kind of situation like for my husband and I mean in some kind of an argument or a situation that I really inside sometimes I need to step back and take a warranty you know when you get close to something almost to you current see clearly and you need to back it up a little bit yeah and sometimes all have covering dream where I'm above and not just because I'm needing to take a wide view so that might be I mean it's a recurring situation it's not like you're calling to say I had that dream last night or I had that dream.

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"bob dole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We're Bob Dole who one of the better okay well with all of the year but it all all died you know what does he I don't recall the old holiday the well for one play free what hello yeah yeah it told about Ralph but leaning over global apart people were wall tomorrow that happy we'll start tell me you Love Me will really colored yeah why well well you know one learn about it the getting the sign you'll find but they don't know what the mobile what are you your goal what you got thank you foldable OLED girl young thank you governor Racicot world and all of their work you know global one golf Hey we appreciate everybody need the right now whenever you're ready to ask me what I want for Christmas I I'll take a check you know with will the biking all you told your lose before Oklahoma but anyway we were able to go but how about this bill all state well if you will I feel like they should be yeah well my question arcs of Georgia plays Ellis you here in a I guess not not this weekend but the next one of those two is going to lose our one one of them's gonna then drop out of the playoffs or no our goal well you don't learn a lot of he it well George alone yeah right now the well what if you lose that would that would be the orderly jail if you well if you should still be in Georgia okay Alabama how what would be would later become the might of the the you where you are they call them what would give Alabama in the in the event the unlikely event that Ellis you would lose to Georgia I know they're going to say now L. issue I mean as of several weeks they had already beat like for your top ten teams during the regular season there there I mean and that's they're they're not going to drop out and Alabama get is well I'm and I'm not about to give the door I don't like they will report right I thank god bear now still like all all for today I am good dot hello all hello okay the okay but you know Utah poke our but I just don't want to like this band though they go out of style so you I thank the call off but I'm told mother well all study related your your worker okay hi Paul you told the local Walmart.

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S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq clinch record close in November

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:35 min | 1 year ago

S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq clinch record close in November

"Sign Charlie hello we move in the final hour of trading on this Tuesday November twenty six we have got the down the S. and P. and nasdaq holding on to records after president trump says he's been talking to Chinese president she's in pain and that they continue to work for a trade deal treasuries of the dollar rose S. and P. the down nasdaq climbing to records before paring gains China said earlier that Sino American trade negotiators quote reach consensus on certain issues and a phone call I agree to stay in contact on the remaining points so here's where we stand S. and P. five hundred index up four to thirty one thirty eight that's a gain of about one tenth of one percent we've got the Dow up thirty eight points also harm by one tenth of one percent nasdaq up seventeen a gain of two tenths of one percent the ten year for five thirty seconds with the yield of one point seven three percent gold up five tenths of one percent right now fourteen sixty one the on Sam West Texas intermediate crude oil up seven tenths of one percent fifty eight forty three apparel as for the market backdrop Bob Dole is chief equity strategist at Nuveen asset management the good news would be last year the fed tightens we have a weak economy this year the fed eases this year and we have a better economy next year but analysts expectations are already for ten percent earnings growth next year I don't see it being higher than that my guess is we're not gonna make ten and speaking of burnings dollar tree shares plunging today falling the most intraday since two thousand twelve after the budget retailer trimmed its outlook on twenty nineteen profit saying tariffs on Chinese imports are driving

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All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

The Forecast with Harry Enten

06:18 min | 1 year ago

All eyes on Iowa — and Buttigieg

"First and foremost though the Iowa caucuses is about one hundred days out so for today's forecast we're gonNA focus their Harry how are the Democratic candidates ranking in that wonderful state of a wonderful Hawkeye state I do believe not the buckeyes state is some people sometimes call it why though high because it says I there's is there's Look here here's the key thing in Iowa that is so important and basically what you have is that bombarding and Warren at this particular time our hugged together in the low twenty s and this has been fairly consistent since August and what's important here about Iowa that really separates it out nationally is that Buddha judge can make the argument is in third place in Iowa he's somewhere in the low to mid teens right with Bernie Sanders and of course Iowa votes I so a Buddha judge could potentially win there and he may very well could because essentially at this point I would only say that Biden warned combined have somewhere between a fifty five and sixty percents of which leaves forty to forty five percent chance that one of those two won't win that could change the entire dynamic of the field you've spent so much time an Iowa John Please regale us with your stories from the trail may I was stories I prefer to New Hampshire first of all this is he's got a real eye opener reporters do because they're nicer in Iowa and the events are more spread out geographically in that means that I think that each voter actually gets more direct contact with the candidate So I think that the voters in Iowa have such a a a a serious decision process they go through when picking the candidates Biden and Warren bunched up though I mean I don't see that last thing all the way through well I I guess that's the real question right I mean it's been pretty steady since August but you know as Biden Warren have sort of gone after each other you know perhaps or at least Biden's gone after Warren more kind of stays in her own sorta lane there there's going to be this craving for this third alternative right aura fourth alternative and essentially you know if you were to look what is this most like a you know Steve Kornacki my dear friend that MS has said it remains and some of the two thousand four race right where you essentially Dean and Gephardt sort of up there and then you had carrying it where it's kind of a little bit back and then eventually people got the second a top two and then the third and fourth place people ended up finishing in first and second and so I'm not sure can last but at this point you know if you want the argument that worn is rising nationally which we could get to we will that's not the case in Iowa it's really not she has been steady around twenty on twenty two twenty three percent of the vote since the middle of August and Joe Biden who has either fallen or not nationally has been steady in Woah at about the same amount without an organization in without minority voters that's the key difference right that's the key difference between Iowa which probably allows Buddha judge to come in and capitalize on the state of Iowa people to judge is going nowhere with non white voters non white voters are very small percentage he hasn't gone anywhere yet correct white voters but of course momentum comes out of Iowa at least some momentum will then when you hit New Hampshire that's right that's the question is can Buddha judge sort of take I will use it as a launching pad then go on to New Hampshire and it may be that problem we had with non white voters goes audio semi-ghost Goodbye C. L. later what is it about Buddha judge in Iowa is it is it is it is it ground game he hasn't he opened maybe the most if not tied with I don't Know Elizabeth Warren and opening the most offices and he's got Bolos money so he's spending an organization they're he has got a mid Western appeal now I don't know as much about Indiana as some people here donald but it does begin with I and so does Iowa but he's we're all the same it is the mattingly I think closer than some other states that people are just S. so then you know what strikes me as as you did what I think was the most important early interview with people judge in introducing him I think in many ways to the country three even before the town meeting they got so much that people to actually running for the middle of the country he was positioning himself to be the mid Western reds trump's state yeah can't it so that's why I think that he may be connecting in Iowa and I would just argue you know there have been candidates before who have done better in the Mid West than they've done say nationwide you know you can think about Paul Simon Aviator Dick Gephardt eighty a Bob Dole look inside in one thousand nine hundred eighty or even ninety six although we actually did slightly worse in ninety six but the point is is there is this potential sort of home region effect that we also see I'm sure right where the candidates from next door Massachusetts and Vermont tend to do better I think there's an argument to me made that the candidates next door I tend to do better in part perhaps because they sort of speak Iowa can I just say one of the thing though you talked about two thousand four Democratic race I think the one thing people are just be worried about is that it's not to that doesn't sixteen Republican version were Marco Rubio does really well compared to what people thought he finishing third there's no moral victory I think any more has has slipped like Steve Bullock's like if everyone finishes in the top five then they definitely have a chance coming by air the day of the Iowa caucus place fourth and fifth and to ride ticket to ride my

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"bob dole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With Bob Dole. finish to the time we had with Mister motor co tonight he is now left us the fifth and final hour to talk about whatever you would like that matter whether it's news politics forward so of course we always encourage. talk about trucking love to hear from our truck drivers who are out in working tonight crossing the United States hall on just about everything anything and everything you would want or need when you get up in the morning go to the grocery store and boom it's there. didn't get there by magic somebody have the holidays somebody had to work overnight to get it to the back dock of the store you're going to be shopping that in the morning I love to hear from those hard working truck drivers but anything goes and typically the final hour goes pretty quick so if you wanted to jump in on a subject or a topic you can do so within reason one triple eight eight six oh eight seven eight five or five one three seven four nine seven thousand obviously have you been listening that are in the course of the nights this teeny weeny protest the that took place regarding a climate change in is getting news like these kids are taking over the world they have so much to learn and as I in the end and this is where I'm coming from I'm coming from a perspective of of you know experience in a little history little background these kids you know they only know what was on their screen on their cell phone which by the way needs recharging in the end is going to require an electric shores far beyond the wind turbines and cellular solar panels but none the less they they they this particular generation last couple of generations of it has been on that screen in the last five minutes it has no meaning whatsoever did exist didn't happen as long as it didn't it's not on that screen. they just don't comprehend but for those of us who've been around awhile. those of us who are getting shoved in the shadows because we've maybe outlived their usefulness to this latest generation we remember when the environmentalists totally disrupted things back in the seventies and I've been detailing it for you because I lived through the seventies I remember the economy in this country used to be defined by the guy who got up in the morning take up his lunch pail from the counter how often the family station wagon and drove to a factory and made a dag gum good living doing so and in the process made American made products that lasted. you remember those days they don't because. they get no historical perspective whatsoever but if you're sixty years so you remember this the other guys came home from war war too by and large and started to work in the fifties in factories that started to grow all across the country didn't seem like it there was a town in America in the sixties and the seventies that didn't have a factory that made good well made American made products and it was guys that would go to the factory with their lunch pail and punch in on the time clock and go to work and put in a hard day's work at a fair day's pay and they would take that paycheck home every two weeks or so and they would be able to support a family a wife two three kids and fairly nice home white picket fence paid his bills on time paid his taxes on time and because he made a decent living at the plants and factories mom got to stay home now we can we're not gonna get into the whole sexist thing with a mom should or should not a day and should or should not I'm just detailing for you that back in the seventies that's the way it was dad went to work mom stayed home and the kids. we're much more well behaved. and excelled more in school and get better grades even though the curriculum was far harder than what we teach our kids in public school to bake. it was a great set up. but then along came the environmentalists and saw that these plants and factories that dad was working in. we're polluting the air and polluting our water and they were. there is no doubt about that so those factories just that was huge plumes coming out the smokestack at plants all across America and some of those who produced a by product of some kind dumped it into the local rivers we all remember when the Cuyahoga in Cleveland caught fire and and all you would see rivers at textile near textile plants in New England covered the colored whatever color they were using the die the clothes that day it's the red river can you see Green River the next day and so there was a pollution problem but. we should've works in conjunction with the people around the plants to do what they could to clean things up while maintaining a. vote plants but the environmentalists wouldn't hear of it they weren't happy until that plant was closed down and this was happening at the time of course when our government and others were exploring ways to maybe set up their plant overseas where they could exploit cheap labor where they have exploited cheap labor almost slave labor thank you environmentalists you taste away good paying jobs in the United States and well the government to open the door to setting up plants and let Japan of course seven they originally who remembers made in Japan. that used to be the label on most products after they started closing down all of the American plants and then I went to Taiwan and of course it's spread ever since to the Philippines and Mexico and Honduras in China. and China has you know so much manufacturing today that they become quite powerful with the money we spent buying American Chinese made products made in China everything at the store now made in China. and because the American environmentalists close down all the American plants in this country back in the seventies and eighties China's got more economic power than ever before and China's using it only for the benefit of China with plans to take over the whole world if you are following along thank you environmentalists. and instead of working carefully with the plants. that were polluting our environment back in the seventies and eighties to get them to reduce it to instead of applying the technologies of the day and continuing to apply the technologies of today these plants would still exist dad and maybe mom now would be going to those plants in those factories in making a decent enough living and making American made products but no we close down the plan now to be fair. it is an all the environmentalists problem there were tax do is labor issues you know there was some union issues there were some tax issues and yes the government quietly open the gateway to corporations relocating their manufacturing to a. does in other countries so that they could really cut their costs. yet that American male who used to define our economy the I. the very real American economy in the seventies used to be defined by the gather went to a plant or factory and works and you have the lunch pail and punch the clock and worked hard to make a good quality American made products he defined our U. S. economy but back in the seventies. the environmentalists largely responsible not totally but largely responsible for closing these factories. he lost his job. and he can take a web very well because I knew a lot of those guys. and they were used to come home with a good paycheck and used to being proud that they could take care of their family and feed their family yeah and now he loves lose the job and there ain't nothing to replace it nothing. some of the guys you know maybe re train to become auto mechanics your HVAC repairman or something like that but a lot of them never got over losing their jobs at that plant that literally define their economy back in the seventies and mom had to go to work now in order to make ends meet mom leaves the home. kids since then I've gone down hill they become unruly in ways we never thought in the sixties and seventies when I was growing up on those decades and the and and just the culture went through a seismic shift that wasn't for the better it still is in for the better and it's it in a lot of it is rooted in the environmental impact. may I have the the the the the environmental people that have an impact on the economy they changed everything close down those plants close down those factories because yes they were polluting but in the process the because the seismic shift in our culture because the seismic shift in our economy and because the seismic shift in international development of countries that don't have our best interests at heart. a lot of it can be traced back to the environmental movement we sought a rearing its ugly head today using teenagers to cry out about something a you have no idea what they're crying out for or about most of them haven't read anything more about it than what they read on Yahoo. which had the way is not a very and not a very good source for unbiased news as most media is today it's tough to direct these kids to a source where they can actually read some read up on what we're facing and it's not the end of the world in the next. twelve years or whatever other threats the wild threat that has been made today about how we're all going to perish we all know that we have seen headlines like this. thousand times over the decades that we're going to run out of water they were all going to fry and then eight hundred degree heat and none of it has come true nor is the threat to the world coming to an end in twelve years just used to use scare these kids in the with taking part in their movement. the movement by the way generated in large part not only by the environmentalists but the globalists and I will say this to these kids I say that to this to anybody. be aware of anybody who is pitching globalism mark to you. because it'll work out for them but I won't work out for you I promise. Hey if you want to maintain that cell phone you want to have that I and you want to be able to watch your flat screen TV or stream your television or whatever source of electricity is power in your life today if you want to be able to maintain that and not live in a mud hut eating a mud the sandwich which is pretty much what the global us want to do to the average every day person so that they can control you you're gonna rejected globalism you do not want France telling the United States what it has to do with the economy you don't want them India telling France then to do what they should do with their environments..

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Over 250 mass shootings in the United States so far in 2019

The Joe Pags Show

10:18 min | 1 year ago

Over 250 mass shootings in the United States so far in 2019

"I mean when somebody says to be there until fifty mass shootings in the country this year my journalist cents goes off and says hold on a second who told you that and I think it's a valid question what are some of the BBC radio five yesterday the the slow talking passive aggressive lefty who I guess right top operates for the York times at one point said I'm a journalist and I'm not some radio guy I love that okay curry I love that because of course you know as well as everybody else that I am a multiple award winning journal yes we all know that except for the Michigan association of broadcasters also the New York Associated Press Michigan Associated Press several times over I was honored by the house of representatives for my my fairness of reporting the events of nine eleven and I was not about the state of Michigan for doing the sent so there's nothing wrong with just being a radio guy in fact I have twelve S. Rogers radio guys we don't have the background I have but shouldn't the little conversation where you know you're in a debate somebody I don't know it's gonna be a debate over to try to solve the problem would you at least one look the guy up first I would yeah casting aspersions going on what's his experience why is he talking about what did you what did you want to say before I do see some radio guy probably should find out and what does that tell us about that guy how good a journalist must you be if you never know who you're talking with yeah yeah I know I got to so we have that which is interesting but when somebody says there were two hundred fifty mass shootings in this country this year alarm bells go off in my journalism sense you know I've got this extra area my brain to my head so big that's just for the journalism what are your you're right now I wasn't I wasn't really my eyes you don't think about my record my mother and the hernia yes she actually had the gall to complain about the size of my head when I was blame her and what what dying found it is not that big these days nine pounds two ounces I beg to differ you were the one giving birth so yeah I feel with it too the guy was easy yeah I do but what do you think we don't remember it because it was horrendous no doubt the horrible day of travel so I want to try to be somebody who helped to solve the problem unfortunately there are so many lies being put up on the left there are so many mistruths factual inaccuracies purposely by the left that and they do it they told all against the wall and you got to clean off the wall before you get anybody's attention so have the ring two hundred fifty mass shootings in this country this year no they've changed the tactic of how they're counting them then that they're not counting the bad guy as one of the victims that's the truth yes because a mass shooting has to be involving for injuries or deaths or more so if it's three innocent people that were harmed and the bad guy get shot and killed by police as a mass shooting now that's how they change the dynamic on on county and also but now as good as it's just say on social media I've seen several times are people have posted today about you because that meant to the fifty mass shootings that were reported that now the United States have we are the most dangerous country in the entire world which is of course on Trulia well one of the one of the safest countries on planet earth yeah go to Somalia or Yemen and tell me that were dangerous okay got so that at the end of the day we've got a break down how they've changed the metric they've all they're also counting gang fights so bad guy versus bad guy is being related to the listening and viewing audience the news consumer as a mass shooting like a movie theater or at Walmart which of course it's not this past weekend it's hardly been reported fifty one shootings in Chicago fifty one in one weekend and when it comes to gun deaths make sure that we're clear sixty percent of gun deaths in this country our because of suicide take away the guns they'll do it a different way I don't want him to do it all and again if you're if you're planning suicide please talk to somebody there is a reason to live and your worth something you also have were police shop the bad guy that's also included in the in the the numbers of shootings and they're presented the thirty five forty thousand shootings a year as everybody who's at Walmart the mall at church or at at at the movie theater that's not what happened it's being skewed purposely to scare the daylights out of you so what do you do about it what you tell the truth two hundred fifty is not true that's a fake number we're not the most dangerous country on earth when it comes to gun violence in fact were sixty first sixty stack second on the list per capita were way down there way down there also when people talk about when you've got stricter gun laws you've got your gun deaths they always point to one city do what city the it is they point to those who want to say take away the guns will be safer as Washington DC New York New York biggest city in the land and the shootings are way down well it's not because the gun laws John Lott who joins me in our three is gonna relay why that's happening I give you a hint number of police officers per per population it's gonna throw that out there I give another hit so good guys with guns are stopping bad guys with guns from doing bad things with guns what but let's look at Chicago fifty one shootings in one week and nobody even looks and I you can get a gun in Chicago now there are some the strictest gun laws on the planet in Chicago Illinois so the strictest gun laws in America on the planet in Washington DC huge crime rate huge shooting rate so when the media give you these numbers and makes these allegations ask them simply work to get that what are you basing that on because not care you know this to be true the media is just saying the two hundred fifty of mass shooting in America here they never see where they got that number yes they just say it yes I will I will damn yeah I got a message one of the fixes guy sake okay believe in total for the shootings as Jay you believe that Bob Dole really should exist here Hey Serra blue don't really should exist here because they want to believe what they hear but I'm telling you right now it's skewed it's wrong it's a lie now it's Suggs white supremacy that did it it's white supremacy you know the first thing that you have to consider for me to to report that as a journalist I have to take the word of a nut job that just allegedly shot dozens of people I have to take his word is somehow truth that's true right here if I'm gonna believe the white supremacy angle I have to believe everything he says right yeah as a journalist I have to okay yes this guy was a white separatist white supremacist he didn't like what he called the invasion from people from Mexico okay I reported it that's actually said in the manifesto it is stupid you know thing that he wrote online but he also said this has nothing to do with trump he also says a planned this before Donald Trump anybody reporting that they carry I was in there today I have heard of reports of that over the weekend but not recently he also says he fears for climate with more people coming into the country it's going to change the climate it's going to affect us adversely that's why he wants to kill some people to Whittle down the population I better reporting the climate change legal Angleton now nobody also user use registered Democrat anybody reporting that no no the guy Dayton registered Democrat do you have a story that says you you want to be a school shooter do you have that I have the story about Dayton and then about what he said about or what has some former students that he went to high school with the only hit list and he also had a rape list yeah this is really want to kill its goal yeah list the girls you want the rape at school this guy's walking around among us instead of being in an institution ask yourself why is he in an institution there's no answer there's no reason why we stop putting people asylums is nuts they should be in institutions and should be monitored because there is there a harm clearly to themselves and to others they didn't just do this one day others knew about it and said nothing say something do something he's got a hit list in a replace wood to laugh at it that's a problem by the way he said he would vote for Liz with Warren and he had a real concern about climate change Elizabeth Warren things got another little bit hesitant but no fear yeah I haven't heard it I really am another major news is set it I heard rush St earlier okay I don't the mainstream news is put it out there so both registered Democrats both climate change alarmist and were saying it's because of white supremacy and the president is the third Reich Biddle Rourke should be investigated by the secret service his language is is actually I think going to incite harm toward the president or his family his language is disgusting Cory Spartacus Booker can control of profanity judge about always gag he's doing the same thing about **** and racism and so on another ready enough let's find out why it's really happening it's not because of guns have been around for the better part of a century the same guns have been around since we were little boys and girls are grandparents for little boys and girls it's not the gun then what is it let's figure

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White police officer's homicide trial gets under way in Pittsburgh

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

White police officer's homicide trial gets under way in Pittsburgh

"The trial of Michael rossville. The white police officer charged with killing an unarmed black team last year is underway at the Allegheny county courthouse opening statements have just wrapped up who the defense told the court rossville was doing his job. He's charged with criminal homicide in the death of seventeen year old Antoine rose. The jury brought here from the Harrisburg area will be sequestered earlier on Katie k radio attorney Bob Dole Greco told Lori and John what that's like eat in their rooms. They will be told that they should not discuss the case even among themselves, and then absolutely positively. There should be no evidence or information gathered from any source except the courtroom. This trial is expected to last about a

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00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Roger Stone charged in Russia probe

"In the Russia probe with eight o'clock report and Brian combs. And I'm Ricky chino wrote. Breaking now, he's worked on presidential campaigns for years man who advised Ronald Reagan, George Bush and Bob Dole behind bars this morning on charges related to work that he did for the Trump campaign. Roger stone's been one of the targets of the special prosecutor's investigation of election tampering. Russia has been charged with seven counts what kind of obstruction and six counts involving false statements and all deals with what he knew about the WikiLeaks dump in terms of damaging information about Hillary Clinton and John Podesta's emails hacked as well. And what he was providing in terms of information about that. They're basically claiming that he was misleading to investigators and others when asked about these particular questions, that's ABC's, Tom. Thomas President Trump says he hardly ever spoke to stone. When he worked for the campaign and says that he played no role of any kind in the election. Trump campaign says that stone was fired in August. Twenty fifteen

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"bob dole" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"And then he salutes the casket. Pretty touching moment. Well, that is that's powerful. Yeah. Some real respect from Bob Dole. Also, the former presidents dog was. Heartwarming as well down in front of the sully lay down in front of the casket and. Is really just a touching moment from the from the president's dog. But of course, the left has to take issue even with that. Wait, wait, hold on a second issue with a dog. Yes. Late. The liberal site slate. Goes after sully the dog by stating. Sully is not a long time. Bush family pet letting go of the only master he is known. He's an employee who served for less than six months. He's an employee. So they pay the dog and the dog gets a salary and benefits little clock. Sar? Calls a dog and employees that's just to disparage relationship between the two of them. They're not friends. No, the dog wasn't a friend of the president employees. It was purely a working relationship. That is unbelievable. I mean, nothing nothing is off limits from attack. I can't take it man. Even the relationship that the former president had with his service animal. That's ridiculous. It's wonderful for Bush that he had a train service animal like silly available to him in his last month. It's a good thing that the dog is moving onto another gig where he can be helpful to other people rather than becoming another Bush family pet, but it's a bit demented to project soul wrenching grief onto a dog's decision to lay down in front of a casket. Good heavens is silly heroic for learning to obey the humans. Who taught him to perform certain tasks does the photo say anything special about this dogs particular loyalty or judgment, or is he just they're also if dogs are subject to praise for obeying their masters. What do we do about the pets who eat their owners dead or even just passed out bodies? Solely what did do heavens? This is. Unbelievable poop on the carpet at slate. When he visited or something I mean, what isn't a world the photograph? In other words is not proof that sully isn't particularly good boy or that. We don't deserve dogs as countless swooning tweets put it on Monday on its own. It says almost nothing other the fact that sully was at one point in the same room as the casket of his former boss, this is simply a photograph of a dog doing something dogs love to do lie down frenzy around it capture something humans love to do to project our own emotional needs onto animals that is really pathetic. I so you gotta go after the dog and the relationship that the dog had with the president because you he's a Republican. I guess. And you don't want there to be a nice moment between the dog and the owner like there's no emotional attachment attachment, even if it was six months, they could've easily bonded like that. That's but slate can't have that. I guess there can't be a good relationship between a dog and a former president of the United States who was a Republican. It just I hope we find out that the author of this story. You know, maybe her family or whatever was, you know, dragged off by wild pack dog something to explain this. I hope it's not just partisanship to goodness. I mean, not is that borders on psychotic is exactly right. In fact, it doesn't border on its dead is psychotic. Mazes stuff. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three. Oh, a little bit more on the global warming situation today. The lack of sunspots that were experiencing characteristic of a solar minimum that we're in right now could bring record low temperatures. But some experts suggest it might even be producing right now a mini ice age as we speak. Yeah. Nice. Something unusual, but perhaps not so unusual on a large scale is happening to our son. We're currently living in the twenty fourth solar cycle recorded wait there cycles to the sun. And what does that mean? They're cycles on this planet. No, those men made cycles. Okay, obvious. All right. Everything's manmade. And we've made twenty four of these cycles so far. Yeah. Okay..

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Bob Dole says farewell to his friend, George H.W Bush

24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Bob Dole says farewell to his friend, George H.W Bush

"In state tonight, an emotional tribute former Senator Bob Dole paid his respects at the capitol rotunda rendering one final salute to the American flag draped casket of former president George H W Bush the ninety five girls was helped out of his wheelchair inside the rotunda. So he could. Salute the former president, it was a moment that captured the rooms attention, but longtime Senator and congressman from Kansas and fellow World War Two veteran was then helped back into his wheelchair where he sat for several moments in front of the casket of his former colleague

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Bush Dole, President And CBS discussed on KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Bush Dole, President And CBS discussed on KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

"In-depth following a very close to the the stock market he'd close to very sharply lower today. Trade jitters seen CENA's rattling investors. The Dow Jones industrials dropping nearly eight hundred points, we've in-depth team coverage on k next the very latest from CBS news now at one thirty one CBS news special report on a day on Wall Street day after a one percent rally the market stage, the three percents Sela partly on concerns for long-term economic growth. Bond market has always been seen as a smart money. Kind of an indicator and the bond market is flashing warning signs. Michael far afar. Miller in Washington shorter yields become higher than the longer yield. So you actually can earn more. More on a two year note, then a five year note, which kind of doesn't make sense. But it often is a signal from investors that they don't think growth is really going to be very great President Trump has also been sending some mixed signals on trade touting truce with China yesterday today. He tweeted, I am tariff, man. What's an investor to do CBS business? Analyst Jill Schlesinger says small investors shouldn't panic. What's really important is you not react to this information that you try to stick to your game plan. CBS news special report, I'm Jim shanavie one thirty two on KNX. I'm Brian paying in other news today in Washington DC. Former Senate majority leader Bob Dole has saluted president George H W Bush at the casket of the late president like Bush dole is a World War veteran. He arrived in the capitol rotunda at a wheelchair. Push play. An aide at the casket signed the lifted the ninety five year old dole to a standing position one steady dole saluted Mr Bush who died last week in Houston at age ninety four KNX we'll have complete. Coverage of the funeral for president George H W Bush from the National Cathedral in Washington starting at eight AM tomorrow. The city of LA is cracking down on plastic straws state laws taking effect next month that prevents full service restaurants from handing out straws unless customers asked

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"bob dole" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Carriage. When they call him a patrician. They mean it as an insult they mean born to wealth, but he genuinely was a well mannered decent person who did not see other people down the bridge of his nose. The word patrician is meant to imply that he looked down on people thought he was better than others by virtue of genealogy birth. He was not that Bob. Dole didn't come from anywhere near the background, George H W Bush did Bob Dole came from Kansas. Bob Dole was injured in World War Two, but was never treated as the conquering hero that George H W Bush was. Bob Dole lost the ability to to write and to use his right arm in a war injury. George H W Bush lost nothing when he was shot down was rescued and saved these kinds of things that made up the rivalry. But throughout it all there was and mutual respect. I remember doing the TV show was sometime between one thousand nine hundred ninety six remember the exact year, but Bush. Was somewhere. And and something happened to cause him to do a tribute to Bob Dole. Bob Dole was not there. Somebody had asked him a question about Bob Dole or Bob Dole had done something in the news and Bush stopped when he was doing and gave the greatest tribute. To somebody that you could possibly hear talked about his heroism is patriotism, his devotion to decency and goodness at and again, people didn't realize how deep this rivalry went. I just saw Ed Rollins talking about it, and he was eating glossing over. And he said it had to do with the RMC. It was much deeper than that. But the testament to the character of both is what Bob Dole did today had the situation, then reversed circumstances been reversed. George H W Bush would have been at Bob Dole's casket and attempted the same effort to honor and say goodbye, it was really touching thing. If you know how deep the rivalry was between these people. And dole felt. Why he was getting the short end of the stick on virtually every comparison that was made between the two of them. And volt dole ran for president after Bush dead dole ran in nineteen Ninety-six against Clinton. And that was largely a nomination Republicans knew that Clinton was going to get reelected. Nobody really thought Clinton could be defeated. So it was it began this actually begin to the Democrats began it, but but it began this tradition of honoring a lifelong value devoted Republican letting them have the nomination when you know, they're gonna lose. The Democrats did that for Walter Mondale in nineteen Eighty-four. When they knew that Reagan was gonna win reelection Mondolfo had been a loyal warrior. So let him be the nominee. Let him go out and have relationships with fundraisers. They get some money in this kind of thing. But he's gonna lose the same thing with Bob Dole in nineteen Ninety-six. You know, who is campaigning with him the last two weeks side-by-side, George H W Bush. They both called this program. About a week before the election. In nineteen Ninety-six neighbor on the road, and they both called here. And they both said there's something happening out here rush. That's what people destined to lose. Always that Trump said it. At his rally sort of the end of the week. There's something happening. Something happening would tell anybody is something happening out here. And sometimes you think there is is he big crowds at a rally any kind of external evidence that maybe the polls are wrong. Maybe it's not gonna be as bad as we think something's happening out here. But they both called. Together on a conference call same phone line. And it was it was a touching moment. But to watch Bob Dole who cannot I can't infinite cannot stand up. He is forever. Relegated to his wheelchair insisted on it. You could tell that. He's a given wanna try. You can tell that the aid was mightily uncomfortable. It did not. It did not look. Anything other than what it was impossible. And even after the aid got Bob Dole out of his wheelchair. And he was standing he couldn't it was. He can't feel his legs. He began to topple immediately even being held onto. But he insisted on it. He insisted on showing up, but you could see the determination on his face. And you could see the sense of accomplishment. When he was back in his wheelchair was really touching. It was really something to see if you have I hope somebody on cable news replaying. This today knows something of the back story to make this. Little incident today. What it's worth that. Somebody can explain why it's important to people watching it. This is not just some. Elderly Republican Senator showing up to honor a fallen Republican president. Because that's what you do. This was deeply personal. It was. A sign of the respect. They both had for one another after all of the wars. And after all of the battles were over and had been spent and there was no morning need for the rivalry. It was a mutual. Respect relationship and dole personified it today. But the kind of determination that he showed in the kind of commitment that he showed the look on his face. He was utterly defiant of the impossible. In getting out of his wheelchair today to honor George Hw Bush brief timeout we'll be back with more after.

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"bob dole" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"And you know, what when you're like that you can be friends with the other side, you're friends with Republican. I mean, I you Bob Dole cold you recently. Right. You right. Dole. And I went to sing in. He's ninety five years old and sounds totally. They are plausible and gentle kind keep using that word. But it's very meaningful to me. But yeah, he wanted to give me a compliment. It was just very sweet. And we talked about working across the aisle and how much he was able to do with George Mitchell. When he was the George Bush was the debit, of course. But Bob Dole was the leader of the Senate. And that's the way it works. Did you see freeze for read Sakaria with Madeleine Albright, and Colin Powell, no, I mean, they're dear friends, they will both secretaries of state for different kinds of residence and yet same people can agree to disagree in the very civil conversation. Part of the problem is the politics is too much in our life. When I was a kid. It was like something that was almost impolite to talk about you didn't talk about religion or politics, the neighbors. We didn't know what they where they went to worship or who they voted for. You just didn't go there. And I think that's our way back to sanity people say you got to talk to you other side. But what they really need. You got to convince them you're never gonna convince them. No. But just don't don't talk about that shit talk about everything else as people used to talk. Interesting is that when like as an actor you have to inhabit other people's personas right play that role. But in order to play them you have to understand them. And and that takes away a lot of bigotry. I think if you really step into other people's shoes, right, and empathy empathy. Yeah. Why? I mean, they fear you, but they go to your concerts. You know, I've been fascinated when one place I don't remember. I think it was in Washington to see I asked how many people in the audience are Republicans a lot of people raised. And I said sure, you're you're the ones who could afford these tickets. Of course because art cuts through it. That's right transcends. It really does does music. But one reason I think they are always, you know, against you is because you have been affective member in nineteen eighty six. Yes, they're very much against do. They don't like you. I was supporting something or on the end control on Nixon enemies list. That's right, which I was very proud to be still out. I. Kinda gratified when I found out this week. I was on the bombers list. You know, you wanna be left out scary, it, it's a lot more scary. Well, it's all scary. But yeah, but you know, in nineteen eighty six I remember you did that concert for about the Senate was very much. And guess we Democrats pulled it out. I mean money. Yeah. Five out of six Senator. Yeah. And they won. And the the Senate was able to flip from Republican to democrat. Yeah. So that was very. I'd also Robin Williams was my opening act. And then Barry Gibb came out and said, I do oh, I mean, it was a good evening. I love Barry, Barry, he said about you their ten greatest singers in the world. And then there's Barbara. Remember that?.

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"bob dole" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Sorry, not to be annoying, but we're with NBC news and I'm just trying to figure out anybody. You're gonna vote in the election on November six, anybody soaring him? No, anybody. Nobody's in about bueller. Is anybody gonna vote in the congressional election in November. You are. Thank you, sir. What do you care about care about him? School. What about you? Can you get on this bus? So three? What is the thing that's going to get your boat? Probably school expensive. Talking about the issues that people talk about on the news all the time, the Russia investigation supreme court's. You don't watch that stuff. Good, good. We're good. Now you held you aged eighteen. So this could be your first election and alternately you could decide whether or not the house of representatives isn't democratic or looking control. Thinking about. Not currently. Maybe if I took more time to like get informed about like what's going on right now. All that come on voting heavily. Some idea that are you gonna vote. We're like the most unreliable voter demographics. I should vote to increase those numbers. You know what the Democrats wants, but they can't get on you guys necessarily. That's actually promising. That gives me hope that maybe these millennials won't show up and vote. See those. Just it's sad it is. They were better informed, you know, maybe they'd make good decisions at the at the voting booth. But fortunately look, just don't care. They don't care about it. Of course. I think back when I was eighteen I think I did. I think I cared cared enough to vote for Ronald Reagan when I had the opportunity. That was the first presidential election I could vote in and I did. And so you have a better story than me. You got the vote for Ronald Reagan? Yep. First time I got the vote for president. I got to cast a ballot for h. w. Bob Dole, Bob Dole, Ninety-six Bob Dole. What a treat a treat that one to cast my vote for. What a terrible, what a terrible election choice that was between Bob Dole and Bill Clinton. And then we had. I mean, we had another one too with Barack Obama and John McCain that was equally terrible, that one terrible. My primary vote that year was. Alan keyes. Turned out to be good volts. Another good vote by Keith mala neck Allen keys. Thankfully. George W Bush vote for then what was, oh, eight who ran away McCain and the primary though, who, oh, wait, oh, boy, I'm so good. That vote was cast for Fred Thompson. Okay. And then I forget what was twenty twelve. Romney wasn't Romney then, but it was, you know, voted for what's his face centrum. It was sent to Rome in two thousand twelve, right? Yep. Yeah, that would not have been vote. I'm trying to think of who it was. So obviously I was very passionate about it by the time twenty twelve km obviously we never have a good well except two thousand sixteen. We had lots of good choices and we just didn't choose them. So triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three also speaking of the college kids cabinet Phillips from campus reform to the university of Georgia, and he offered to students one hundred dollars, one hundred bucks if they could name a single time when a liberal speaker was shouted down by conservatives. What a great question because I don't think it's ever happened. Be interesting to see if they can think of a time. Here's what happened on the campus of the university of Georgia. In the past year, there's a lot of coverage about events around the country speaker's going getting shouted down events, getting shut down for safety reasons. People getting salt things of that nature. I'll give you one hundred dollars. If you can give an example of conservative students on campus shutting down a liberal speaker. Hundred dollars stuff. The top of my head. UTA, Kim, any campus. I'm not aware. Yeah, I I'm gonna lose hundred dollars. I can't right. See, that's the thing you can't because it hasn't. So. So it continued and Philip started enlightening people on how the respect for freedom of speech is kinda supposed to work liberal point of user often more palatable. But when you say conservative students, you view left us ideas as not palatable as well, but they don't revert to shutting down speech. I think that, yeah, red herring argument. I think you're trying. It's not necessarily red herring argument. I think you're trying to wait having a having certain certain..

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Mitch McConnell is the Senate's Longest-Serving GOP Leader

Think Realty Radio

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Mitch McConnell is the Senate's Longest-Serving GOP Leader

"Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is celebrating and marking a big milestone USA radio's Chris Barnes has more from Washington. The senate's top Republican will become the longest serving Senate Republican leader in history is Kenya to surpass that of former Senator Bob Dole. And according to the US Senate historical office Tuesday will Mark McConnell's four thousand one hundred seventy nine stay as the Senate Republican leader. Meanwhile, McConnell saying over the weekend, the confirmation of supreme court Gusta spread cabinet is his proudest moment ever as a US Senator

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Mitch McConnell is now the longest-serving Republican leader ever

The Ray Lucia Show

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Mitch McConnell is now the longest-serving Republican leader ever

"Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is celebrating and marking a big milestone USA radio's Chris Barnes has more from Washington. The senate's top Republican will become the longest serving Senate Republican leader in history is Kenya to surpass that of former Senator Bob Dole. And according to the US Senate historical office Tuesday will Mark McConnell's four thousand one hundred seventy nine stay as the Senate Republican leader. Meanwhile, McConnell saying over the weekend, the confirmation of supreme court Justice spread Cavanaugh is his proudest moment ever as a US Senator for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes. The deadline has arrived for Texans to register to vote in the November midterm election. KRLD's? Chris FOX says voter rolls are expected to hit record highs. At the end of the day. Fifteen point seven million Texans are expected to be registered to vote nearly two million more than last midterm state democratic. Party chair Gilbert he knows accredited too tight races and the Trump effect where do you get up there? Macron no survivors of sexual assault. He's a great job in motivating our state Republican party chair James Dickey believes this gates population. People are moving. Living here all of the time because. Economy has been produced by Republicans, Chris FOX Austin for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. Do you have an idea for an invention or new product? Do you think companies would be interested in your idea? Do you want to try to get a patent they'd call invent help?

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"bob dole" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Any hurry Komi drunk. I'm just drunk. That's what I saw red and Emily's like ya, but you know, look, thank you, have the right to feel like that. I got a, you know, we made you mad. I get way you'd be upset. The thing is the name calling. You know, that's my husband. She'll who am I God up. Cool idea. What's your husband toward a baby? And then of course, they showed the clip of her again meeting Steve and being like, oh, what's nice to meet you? Shane of of Amalie. I know I love how Kelly is like. She's she's mad even when she's like, be like being conciliatory and like like empathetic. Like like it was just the name calling was inappropriate of cool, a cool. I didn't know what you're. Yeah, but record Lewis, Kelly. You shouldn't talk like that to anyone she goes. Will you shouldn't say you're gonna. They just start. You have just start cracking up and this is, and this is what I love about. Housewives resolutions on their like, you're wrong. I was wrong, and then they laugh add up by were. And then Kelly has to add an IB slide in there. She goes, I mean. Don't fingers that you got three pointing back at you. It's actually four, but I liked it Kelly's always pointing like it's a cockatoo gone. Like even her point is somebody else is violence. I didn't. I don't get it. Why is it forefingers? Well, I guess it depends on if you're from a place that counts three fingers, your thumb as a finger, but I've always heard you have four pointing back e, but I guess technically it would be three which makes us whole even be three because when you're pointing lick makeup point, like you're pointing at someone, you've got three fingers pointing back at you and I. S. back. That means Kelly was right. I'm wrong. I'm quitting this. Oh, I'd like to apologize to everybody, but here's the problem with this show. They had a totally mature resolution. They stay. They spoke clearly to each other. They voice their opinions. They listen to each other and it ended. And I'm like, I'm sorry, this is Bravo. You guys need to not listen to each other and get even matter and storm off and then get anger next time. You see each other. This is not how season-long feud works. Well, thankfully tamra will never let them forget it. Keep bringing it up over and so we'll sane. So now they go to learn things like I can't believe. I've been saying this whole time. You've got four fingers pointing back at you. You know, what is nobody tell me when I make mistakes like that? Like how many times I sent this in my life just walking around like a fucking moron. Well, I think it depends on how if you're double jointed you know, because maybe thanks fan. Okay. Yes, maybe pointing with your thumb. That case, you have four coming back. Oh, my every time I'm. Bob Dole pointing, that's Bob Dole points your them. Then he got four coming back. How about that? You're a Bob Dole pointer. That's what we learned God. Thank you that turned that. Well, honestly, I don't see Ronnie. You know, some people, you know, if you wanna point in a non aggressive way, you actually to thinkers in which case you only have to coming back so it can this only different variations. I like that, but this report. Okay, so dinner for four Tamraz it, you know, to Frisco look, oh or whatever. And so their table for four and time auto dinner hookup has it all. Hopefully she said it. She goes. Yes. At first, I thought she was just coming up with the different salad Peres as salad. I was like a parade. Caporetto salad. Please all have the hull and Gina's like I'm gonna get the berry Brie because I love it so much, except I thought she said, berry Bray because of an accident on the Barry and I had to put on the caption. What is she worrying? And I put on the captions and said, berry Brie and I'm like, you're gonna talion restaurant and ordering berry brief for your entre. Do you really have to work on some shit that she really does. Can I how, please? Thank you very much. And.

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Schumer proposes renaming Senate office building after McCain

America's Wealth Management Show

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Schumer proposes renaming Senate office building after McCain

"Offered state resources to local officials in Jacksonville plus the, FBI, and, the. Bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives are assisting in the investigation I'm Ann Cates Arizona Senator John McCain will lie, in, state and. Phoenix Wednesday following his. Death from brain, cancer retired Republican. Senator Bob Dole says McCain reached out to all your, John McCain now so part of the now the

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"bob dole" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"For years. He worked for Bob Dole, he worked I guess his. Firm, work for McCain he worked for many many many many years and I. Would say what he did some of the charges against him every consultant every lobbyist in Washington probably does. I thought we were going. To drain the swamp so basically at. Paul? Manafort guilty because everybody does this and so that's okay so there's no swamp draining going on incidentally I don't know if you heard. This one, maga- my attorney got arrested I did not make that one up so I'm not claiming. Credit for that one it's going around but, it's matter right make America great again it's actually my attorney got arrested That's the way it goes aren't we're going that is to me the lead story. And it's got two very powerful components the first one is David pecker confirms under. Grant of immunity that Michael Cohen is, telling the truth about a stormy Daniels and. Karen McDougal and, so now we have? A slam. Dunk. That, Benedict Donald is guilty of felonies He's guilty of felonies he's a he's a co conspirator he's an unindicted co-conspirator and is enough evidence in the, public record, right now to put the. Men on trial but of course they seem to. Think they can indicted sitting you know. What are so we've got another flipper the only one so far who's holding out as. Paul Manafort and it looks. Like everybody else's. Saving their own skin because they see that loyalty runs in only one direction. With you know let's get Jefferson Beauregard sessions remember my pop quiz Tillerson the NFL and Beauregard they got to be the good guys I'll. Show you why Bora God's guy next where Justice is served the Norman Goldman show.

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U.S. Nears Bull-Run Milestone

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:01 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Nears Bull-Run Milestone

"Negative, it's an? Interesting market isn't it Tom record bull market run depending on when you think the bull markets dancing and then just a record, high in yesterday's session a record high that not many people really discussing because which, rounding in politics again Well we we I mean it's news and again for our, global audience historic moment of this for those of a certain vintage is just unreal I mean it's just extraordinary for those of us that we're in The mistake made in markets being conditioned by previous events I mean there are, so many analysts and strategists investors still conditioned by the. Financial crisis, and they, missed. A ton, of upside because of it totally agree hundred percent agree And He's just not that I'm going to make a call in the, market but I will say, John what was the market reaction back to the? Instances you just, alluded you're going into a recession, in we didn't realize the amplitude of the collapse of manufacturing. America but, again from a political oversight, over it wasn't. Linked. Okay in my, opinion it wasn't like As seventy four, things are loud Points out that they are extremely empathic parallels to look. At Nixon and the seventy degrees and if you wanna decent explanation as, to why they were so different forget the politics and just focus on the economy in the one thousand nine hundred fifty s Let me in the nineteen ninety one hundred percent agree and that's why you have different outcomes But. Also the correlate of nature is tighter to. GDP nominal GDP, and such versus the political Mellstrom there's no question in my mind on that and right now you know to, borrow. A. Phrase from a guy who lives. Over above the Gucci, stores to make America great economic yeah At the moment at the. Moment the volatility in, the extreme headlines on the front page of the newspaper don't infect this bull market too much futures. Are Dan just four on the s. and. P. five hundred, Dow futures negative just twenty three NASDAQ one hundred features pretty much unchanged we down just

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"bob dole" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"It. Funny how power is like Smith. I didn't ask for that. Someone signed your name. This brings up point number two. This is why this thing's going away and you haven't heard squad from the media. I'm so glad Atkinson brought this up. Yes, because there's a paper trail. That's how power is name, came up. That's how rice name came up. Ladies and gentlemen. There's a paper trail who unmasked it, why they unmasked it and who they gave the information to. There's a paper trail. Why is Dan Bongino bringing this up? They wanna Bob Dole, Bob Dole. Why am I bringing this up today? Because if you listen to yesterday, show which the bonkers numbers, please listen, and we describe to you that I think the reductions in the FIS application other words, the information, the government's hiding about why targeted Carter page of the Trump team and tried to spy on them. I believed that the information is devastating. I think those reductions describe and intelligence operation on foreign soil that should have never happened. I described this in yesterday show. They may also describe an operation to unmask Trump people's identities and made it. I don't think they would lay out the reverse target and not going to indict themselves in a court document, obviously, but they may have some information about the extent of this operation. The unmasking one that is folks that you understand how they threw the kitchen sink at this guy. This started with a and again, I'm sorry. But the book does lay this out. How it started Joe as a criminal investigation into a server, communicating with Trump Tower. The criminal investigation turned up nothing this server, the Russian server, communicating with the Russian server and Trump Tower. We go into extensive detail on this. It was a a bus. It was a spam operation. It was not an operation. It was not some kind of elicit backchannel connection. So operating number one that's criminally investigate the Trump team. Zippo. Nothing happens operation number two. Let's unmasks the Trump team. We're getting from foreign sources that they may be communicating with Russian officials. How do we know that? We know that because there were already media reports out there in the guardian and elsewhere about foreign intelligence British and otherwise, telling the Obama administration about Trump officials, talking to people in Russia, which last I checked. Joe is not a crime. Bob Dole says, you're right, Bob Dole Perot Pariah Ribe. trip. You can't. Can you see me laugh at. Funny guy, brother, people, love you get all kinds emails. They know they're talking to people in Russia. I got an idea. Let's pretend we're listening to those Russians and unmasked the Trump people and get that up to the hill. What turns up from that Mao thing. I've got an idea operation number three. They just hired this guy Carter page to work as an adviser. So we use Carter pages form it to go nail some Russian spies. So so let's just say he's a Russian spy and we can get an actual FIS warrant on him and we can use the to hop rule to hop from pages emails to anyone else on the Trump team to anyone else and tried to inside the trumpeters I go, yes, we got it. This is what the book lays out. This is what this is, why the unmasking scandal got lost because it got lost in the FIS is scandal. But the unmasking scandal is just as big of a deal. Yeah. Because just like the FIS awards, there's a paper trail. Now they're going to rely on the fact that well they unmasking is legal. So unmasking is legal while targeting foreigners not reverse targeting US citizens. Stop with the scams. Such b. s.. All right. I got a couple more a couple more things to get through shoes may stop moving away from the mic. I know that understandably so drives some of you crazy. All right. Today's show also brought to you by our buddies that we the people holsters. These are the best holsters out there and love this holster. You can adjust the canton at the ride maximum comfort. Some of those inside the pants holsters can be really uncomfortable. You can't adjust them because it rubs up against your hippo, not these holsters supreme court. Nominee, Brad Kavanagh has been blasted on social media and liberal news outlets is the man who will steer Skoda's towards broader gun rights hate the break..

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Gunman in fatal Florida shooting avoids charge due to state law

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01:28 min | 2 years ago

Gunman in fatal Florida shooting avoids charge due to state law

"Pick up your mobile phone and dials star star one two three four that's star star. One two three four The United States called? Out China and Russia Friday? For violating sanctions against North Korea ABC's Serena Marshall reports from Washington speaking, at the UN ambassador Nikki Haley said. The two countries have been illegally smuggling petroleum products into the country at levels. Higher than allowed and there's photographic proof we and the, Security, Council, in, the, international community. Have to support those talks and the best way we, can, support, those. Talks is not loosen the, sanctions secretary of state Mike Pompeo added this is. Not, an American demand further North Korea's denuclearize it is the world's demand the US proposed a halt to. All additional oil shipments that, China and Russia, blocked, it, Serena, Marshall. ABC news Washington, Florida's, stand, your, ground. Law and the spotlight in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man parked in a handicapped zone by a white man because that story, from ABC Chuck Sivertsen, at a convenience store in Clearwater Florida Thursday the sheriff says Michael Drako a white, man, was, arguing. With a woman. Parked, in, a, handicapped Space with. No apparent permit her boyfriend, Marcus mcglockton a black man came out of the store slammed Drake you to the ground. Drako, then, shot him, to, death sheriff Bob Dole ta says he's concerned about a pause between the time drink. It hits the ground and he shoots Rica says he was afraid mcglockton would attack again under Florida's stand your ground law Drake is not arrested. But could be charged Chuck..

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Plan your financial future, with total confidence. The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money provides all the information you need

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Plan your financial future, with total confidence. The Hardworking Woman’s Guide to Money provides all the information you need

"Is strict on bonner i am the other half of the nice guys on business and today i'm taking over the interview duties for mr doug sandler because we have got a very very special guest some people would positively call her a doubting thomas because her strict protection of women's purchasing power rights you know she's an avid biker runner swimmer and she's absolutely someone who wanted her side when it comes to protecting your financial future k t thomas is our guest today she's financial planner for twenty five years of experience cheese also the author of hard working woman's guide to money hand podcast her as host of kt's money matters i don't know how she does all she is smart sassy and crate at debunk myths that will able her clients to save thousands of dollars a year k t welcome to the nice guys on business hicklin thanks for having me you are so welcome so we have been producing your podcast for couple of months now and it is so much fun and it is so much great information and that's what i really love about it is that it's really not just about saving money for women but just great financial information all the way around that is katie's money matters but we wanna talk a little bit about your book hard working woman's guide to money so what is it that was the catalyst to make you wanna raise centigrade question i've actually always wanted to write consumer finance books i feel like there's such a void there either really talking down to you or it's full of jargon that people can't really understand and so it's been sort of like my pet peeve that money books just don't seem to actually talk to people and so what i sat down and said you know what kind of money book do i wanna right i obviously being a woman i thought wouldn't it be great write a book for women there's lots of reasons why women need to be a little bit more careful about the decisions they make because they have a little less room for mistakes i love i love your book it's kind of a mix of storytelling so you told a lot of personal stories on also financial ideas in guidelines and then you also put in quick tips as well so what made you want to mix the quick tips in with kind of the bigger picture idea well i really wanted the book to feel like you know what if you were sitting on the couch for your best friend who knew you and knew everything about money and then helped you think about it and so the storytelling is a way to bring those ideas home to resonate with women you know how do you think about setting guidelines and whether or not you're going to lend money to family members whether or not you're going to take advantage of your benefits or would you change a job for better benefits for all of those pieces but then i also wanted something that was a resource guide oh well maybe i'm not gonna buy a house right now but when i go to buy a house seizes things you need to know when i go to apply for mortgage this is the thing you need to know when i changed jobs these the kind of benefits i want to look for this is what i wanna make sure might not be right now but i wanted that book to have sort of a life beyond just a storytelling that became a resource book for number of financial topics that might become an along such a great idea and kate to you know you have been a finnish planner for twenty five years what i wanna things i love about the book is it doesn't just talk about the big picture stuff like stocks and bonds and investing as you just mentioned you talk about lending money to families right like inside the family it can be really uncomfortable and very personal and i think that's one of the little things that people don't talk about that often in book so you really personalize it which i love and singer personalizing have to ask about the red hand yes so i put a big red handbag with v dollar bills on my cover and it represents a couple of things i it represents just how easy it is for money to come out of your bag because life is expensive and we all know that anybody living in america knows how easy it is for money to just go by and then the red handbag represents the pay equity for women against their counterparts in the working society that might be men and so we know today that women are today making about eighty three percent of what men making the same jobs throughout america and i tell a story in the book about how it used to be seventy percent you know i can remember when i think it was nineteen talk about it in the book was it was early nineteen ninety s at gone to dc with the business and professional women's association and it was an election year it was ill clinton versus bob dole and so bob dole comes in first and the woman who's running the interview handsome red bag and he says well this is terrific elizabeth a love this and then bill clinton comes in and she hands him the red bag and he says says let's turn this purse black so the red handbag represents the deficit of what women make compared to men i love it what a great metaphor for that and i love to hear also that the gap is closing obviously we still have work to do but i'm very glad to hear that you know i know you love doing the extra research i had no idea with with numbers were but it sounds like it's getting better since the nineties but we've still got room to improve and it you know it's funny because right now in college there are more girls in college than boys interesting are we starting to see what looks like a multiyear flip where alternately that might go the other way i don't know i mean i think women are still bearing the children i'm in no surprise to anybody and that means that they'll be years out of the workforce or at least months out of the workforce and people's priorities change you know i think that you know when i was growing up i had went to work my mother stayed home and took care of the four of us and then when last one went to school my mom started working parttime but really if anything needed to be done if anything went wrong my mother was on duty and i think as a result of course my mother made a lot less money than my dad over her lifetime and the reality is now what we know because all you have to do is look around day early bird special the women are all still alive and the men are all got so what's happened is women are left with a much longer life expectancy about seven years right now and significantly less income because they didn't have that time to work and i think that you know women coming long today understand that that's the truth it's not like you're gonna decide never to have children just so you can make as much money but you need to be cognizant of that impact on your finances and decide how you're going to address it is a very interesting perspective in one of the things i'm sure most people do not even think about that women are going to be living longer than men and it's gonna make it that much harder without that income if there is the income deficit still in kitschy i also love you know your books called the hardworking skycam money but there's so much in here that is good for men as well i don't want all of our male listeners to just tune out like this isn't for me but there's just crate overall advice for pretty much everybody i mean there are definitely certain things that are specific to women but there's a lot of great stuff for everybody i also if you don't mind to a little bit personal i know in two thousand eight you suffer a stroke and how did that change the way you thought about what you do with your time and your money because again to get a little more personal i know for million personally that you are an avid runner avid biker didn't you do was it an iron man and i'm actually doing another one this summer so i am a committed a weekend warrior if you will more than a weekend warrior i guess i'm a committed amateur athlete get to can you tell us a little bit about that because i got to tell you the things that i have heard that you do yeah yeah i couldn't even imagine and you know it's it's just amazing when i think about people that do you know iron manson try an iron man it it's an enormous commitment of time and energy you have to really want to do it but i am a bit runner most of my life not you know not a band tastic runner not leauge it runner just a runner and people would say to me she's you know you run a lot and i'm like yeah it's like running away you know i put on my ipod or that's not anymore but now by put on my my music whatever it was it used to be like that radio with a little tuning on the side and i run away and it's like i leave my life and all my responsibilities behind it i go for a rut and that's really how i became a runner was his idea of just a little bit of time just for me and then i got older and i started you know breaking myself a little bit with running anybody that's ever been a lifetime brunner knows that lifetime running brings a long running injuries i've done seven boston marathons i'm sorry eight boston marathon seven of them in a row and so i'm a committed runner and then you know once i got to be about forty my body start saying to me really couldn't do anything else and i bought a road bike mostly because i was suffering from a running injury and couldn't run and then i got sucked into this group that was training for a triathlon as they say the rest is history and i transitioned over to triathlon mostly because i train as hard as i wanted because you are always doing something different it wasn't like that overused running injury that kept coming back because it was running all the time so an iron man just for you know for dreaming purposes is a two point four mile swim a hundred and twelve mile bike ride and a full marathon so twenty six point two miles and my girlfriend kiki said to me when i told her i was doing this she goes it's not like you have to do it all in one day right and i go actually that actually is the point that you brought back to back that you do it all in one day and you complete one hundred and forty miles plus and quite an accomplishment so it's an amazing thing to train for i really liked to do things that are compelling and difficult and have a lot of moving parts and you have to figure it out that's what a plays to my dna that's kinda like what i like a puzzle solver and so this is like one more way for me to do that at my personal life and so going back to your question you know in two thousand and eight i dissect it an artery in my neck during a half ironman swim and i didn't actually know that and i came out of the water and i didn't feel quite right and i remember reading in a book this is my first half ironman that sometimes you get a little unsteady on your feet coming out of the water because of the whole buoyancy thing in the wetsuit so i basically decide it must be that and i jump on my bike and i ride away and about fifteen miles into the ride is the heat in the hills and the whole thing you know the effort of the race comes along i have what i can only say is like a wave of pain that comes over my head that's you know like they say the worst pain of your life and i remember thinking my bike shook a little bit and then it straightened out and i'm like trying to triage myself you know heatstroke migraine holy crap what was that like that and then i just started better drink more said i start riding and i start trying to sip a little fluid and he writing i think i'm doing okay but later when i saw the results the reality is i had been slowing down on the bike i didn't even know 'cause i wasn't really become after you damage brain you don't give it enough oxygen what happens is you become less and less able to see what's really going on your perception of what's happening little hazy and so i can remember coming down the side of this mountain and passing people on my bike so must been going like incredibly fast saying oh good picking off a few of these people like picket fences this is good at making up some time now i'm actually pretty conservative on the bike i think lift ride another day that's not you know picking them off going downhill is not really something i think about but i get back to the transitionary and i feel awful so i take three advil and a goo which is just like racing food and i put my sneakers on and i ran away and it's now it's hot not it's eighty something degrees didn't new hampshire it's in the summer and i start the the death march of the thirteen point one miles which really by the way lots of people are walking and running the people don't look great it's late tot people are tired and i remember running along thinking i should quit i had never felt that that in my life and i said i looked around and they all looked terrible to me and i said suck it up kt nobody's having a good day today just keep going and so seven miles into the run i actually collapsed my legs finally figured out my brain didn't know what it was doing and it better just take me out or i was going to you know literally kill myself and i had suffered three strokes one that day on the race course and then they say to shortly after that i believe actually had them in the hospital where i had my first like real epiphany about life which is you could die and people would be sad but they would move on all except for like you know you and i had been kinda burning the candle at both ends in every area of my life because that's sort of my dna anyway and not not allowing time for me in that big caregiver thing where you're taking care of everybody else and you think you have all of this expansion of of energy that you can do and then what i realized is i somewhere in there i was actually not getting what i needed and my hadn't even stopped thinking about that till i was laying in the hospital ruben what i realized is things needed to change and so change they did right away and that is part of the drive of the book is the idea of you know choosing what you want and not not worrying about what you didn't really want anyway so financially people do this to themselves all the time they need to make more and more money because they need more and more stuff that they perceive they actually need one or someone else has it and they think they should have it where they should be doing this in it's like a gerbil thing and so i decided right away that if i were going to first of all if i was going to stay in business that it needed to change right away because i was really like the everything to everyone for three hundred eighty families in a very small practice by myself with a couple of staff people and it was you know is unsustainable so i you know i hired some people and i brought in another adviser and i grew a couple more and i spent more of my revenue taking care of hiring the right people to buy myself time and that's how i think about it i think about every time that i bring somebody into the firm to help me do some piece of the firm i think about it as i am buying freedom with that money i'm using it to get work done by somebody else other than me so that i can you know stay married have a good life run by consume to my heart's content and actually sleep at nine it's pretty well you know we do fall into this hey this is my goal this is my target because sometimes it's what we've always been told it's what society tells us or because it's what we've always told ourselves and kitschy you're right sometimes we don't stop to think wait a minute is this really what i wanted it says tells like you know you had a successful business and you were growing it and it was making a lot of money but you didn't realize that just growth wasn't what you want it you wanted growth with your freedom to be able to let somebody else take over the rain sometimes so it wasn't all about you right i mean i think that if you're you know the the quote the hardworking woman but if you're a hardworking person and there's you know there are certain types that are just if there's not a job off i'll find something i can work you know i'm kind of like that kind of person and we really can work ourselves to death and so i always say like the biggest raw deal is dying at the desk you know you work your whole life you save your money you do this you do that you pay your mortgage do all these things and get into first year of retirement or you maybe don't even get into retirement and then you're gone so nobody knows the day or the time and so one of the things i've just decided is that you know dying with the biggest balancesheet is not winning because actually you're still dead and and and money is a means to the end it's not the end and so i always say to people money's valuable as you use it to get what you need and want and take care of the people that you care about period that's all it is what does the ancient chinese saying that was young man young men do everything they can to attain wealth old men spend all of their wealth to try to buy back their health that's right and you can't you can't do it yeah so one of the things that talks about a lot he's been doing meditation for many years and i do yoga every morning and i really trying to get into meditation just haven't been able to it sounds like at with you that your running and you're ironman training it's it's probably i'm guessing a form of meditation for you or you can kind of go to another place right you hit the girl that i swam with today we'll tell you that sometimes i'm just like swimming along and i'm like thinking about rolling something around in my mind or i'm just letting myself be where i am right at that moment and it's very very it clearing right it takes kind of all the noise way i have to believe it helps you physically and mentally i mean it probably not against us all the time that it helps him with the day to day it's not just the for him the ten minutes about tation or for you the time that you're actually out there running i'm sure that during the day in your regular day today it can help train and calm your mind as our absolutely love love that one of the things that you talk about in the book small steps can empower you to put yourself in a better position financially i find this a so true not just financially but with life as well it's just every little thing that you do a little bit different can make a huge difference how do you see it what are what are some of the small steps that you feel are really important to help financially big pitch you know so i think that people make financial decisions the brain works in such a way that you make each to eat each decision independently and you don't really like stack them so if i make this decision than that means i should change this people don't think like that they think one decision at a time and so what i try to say is you want to slow down a little bit and allow yourself because really what it is it's five seconds or it's two minutes it's it's just allowing yourself enough time to reflect on it before he pulled the trigger so like as an example there's a reason why they have president's day day weekend to sell cars not by the way because the cars are cheaper okay because they've convinced people's at this is when you should buy a car and they've convinced the sales people that if you don't fight right then you're never going to buy it and so the sales people are pushing you to make a decision right now about a car you may or may not actually want and you might get so caught up in the process to buy something you don't want and if you think that that's crazy i could tell you how much buyer's remorse there is number one buyer's remorse item is cars how sure six months later they're paying for it and they've lost all the reasons why they thought they were going to buy it and they settle in and they keep it because you know you getting rid of it is not really a good process right is basically you're gonna get host on the price you keep the car anyway but the amount of regret in the purchase of an automobile it's like okay slowdown how do you do that will i is you know if you decide that you're actually not buying that day and you know like especially if you you and your spouse or when you guys basically commit went not by today no matter what the other thing you can do is go looking at cars without the car you're planning on trading in because then they actually can't complete the sale until you bring your car in they look at it right it's really passive it's not really you know it's not an aggressive thing you're not going in there saying no way forget it i'm not doing this with you what you're really doing is you're making it impossible for them to close the sale that day and that's okay you're going to go in and drive a couple of cars you're gonna find out a little bit about what those cars cost then you said you know can i come back and talk to you about my trade and it breaks the sale into two days that's all you really wanna do is just give yourself a little bit of time overnight twenty four hours make sure that that's actually what you really want to and you can literally save thousands of dollars in fact you know there's there's this great little mathematical calculation about if you buy a car every three years versus if you buy a car every four years you save about ten thousand dollars over the course of a decade ev for the people who buy a car every four years for every three years wow okay so if you're going to work for thirty years that's thirty thousand dollars it's not a little bit of money it's the next car right right the next car that's an exactly i love that advice you know you're you're in it is in a very passive way but you're making it impossible for them to close the deal and that changes their attitude which is a good thing because none of us want the high pressure sales of car salesman you know and so that it takes that edged off like they're probably gonna back off a little bit because they know you don't have the car that you're trying to tame hey when you don't have it you can complete the deal i love that soc marts okay t tell us about kt's moneymatters podcast you have been doing it for quite a few months now you've had some amazing guests i'm very curious how you're liking it and what you feel like what what are you getting out of it so i am enjoying podcasting you know i had spent some time doing live colin talk radio in boston for few years and i had really enjoyed that because it was just you know people call up and ask you these outrageous questions and it would be like stumped the adviser and you'd be on the radio honey answering i actually really enjoyed that but the you know today people don't listen to that kind of radio at least not new england so podcasting is like you know it's the circa two thousand eighteen version of talk radio where people get to pick only what they want to listen to and listen to it whenever they want however they want it's lovely like lovely so i went right at it i thought i would love this i would love to do a money show so although i have these great guests may talk about these variety of things i always try to take it back to you know why do you care you know we tend to have a lot of guests who have started their own business i find that a lot of people are very curious about what they would need to do to start their own business you know i've had bankers on talking about what you need to know about mortgages or banking products or things like that but just basically the idea that you get you know bite size financial education so you know drive time financial information where you can learn one thing and then you know go back to your life club that a love and yvette definitely some really really interesting guests on so who is your who's your favorite cast you've had on the podcast far who that's a really good question i would say it was lou diamond i found him to be just a great guest just fun and interesting and diamonds got another podcast also called thrive loud which turn key podcast produces in we lose a great guy we've known lou actually for a year now and he is just kind of amazing and fun and german so kitty has doing the podcast has it changed your outlook on your you know call your day job i mean your business new day solutions right you talk a little bit about that and let me know has has doing the podcast change that at all now i mean you know i have a new day solutions is a really nice business we've been in business a long time most of the people that work for me them with me a long time where highly you know highly accredited we've got i just won the forbes investor by adviser by state award where i'm the only woman in new hampshire on the list so congratulations thank you and so we've we've really enjoyed a really fabulous career as a financial advisory firm and we're family firm so it's not like people wonder you know i think that people work with financial nationals all the time and they're actually not really sure how people get paid or how people are incented and so one of the things that i like is that it's very transparent and that it allows people to to know exactly how they pay me how they work with us what it is that we're trying to do for them and to be on this you know i always say on the same side of the table with my clients which is the most important face the podcast has in the book also is an idea of getting financial information to people beyond my clients have very nice clients the very nice practice it it grows every year new people come we have a nice team of people that work together i'm not running it all by myself anymore thank god and but i know that i have financial information that i would like others to get you know i would like to have a bigger megaphone i'd like to have more people be able to learn a little bit about money so you know i admit i do these things on the podcasts like you know talking about oh i don't know i did a show on lake should you put regular gas or or premium gas in your car and y you know premium gas is kind of a way fee to spend more money to get the exact same thing and what that might mean and you know these little son kind of tippy ideas about money just being a slightly better consumer can help you say you know hundreds hundreds of dollars a year actually without tried just knowing and so i like that the idea breaking it down and make it making it empowering that idea of a small idea that they can they can run with that just makes all of these things make these small changes in they all move you forward no i love that in and it's the kind of advice that i'm sure a new day that you know you don't really get out because you are looking at more big picture big investments not the little every day day to day things and the other thing that you know i don't know how many of our listeners are aware but as far as how you as an adviser get paid the encourage me if i'm wrong on this you know this much better than i do there are a lot of funds out there that are created by maybe the company that the financial advisor works for so if they sell you that fund then they get a kickback sometimes right right i mean it you know there are really two kinds of ways that financial advisor can be compensated they can be receiving commissions based on products that they sell you they could be receiving fees based on work that they do for you or many are actually getting paid for bells and so part of what is hard is when you work with an adviser that gets both commissions and fees is understanding when it is working for you when it is they're selling you something and it doesn't make them all bad because frankly the majority of our industry is in this hybrid commission fee platform but it's exactly what people dislike about the financial industry is that you don't really get how they get paid and you know and when you don't understand how somebody's paid you you actually can't understand when you're also paying more or when their advice is actually more for their benefit then for yours right because of course they're supposed to be advising you to to do better for you but if they're pushing their own product it could be because they want a higher commission on it right you know and also you know the type of product so you know the the reality is i always say to my clients you know if i'm recommending a product that generates the highest compensation to me you and i should be asking why this product right a credit add advisers and there was a fiduciary role the came in on the end of the obama administration that got set aside that was about the idea that advisors had to have a fiduciary responsibility to clients which they don't they're like i don't wanna say they're like car sales men but they have the same legal responsibility to you as car salesman because they actually worked for the dealership and the only people that are not it doesn't right it doesn't mean i can't buy great outy from the audi dealer and the salesman that works there just means i gotta know that he's not really getting paid for me getting paid from audi and he's got a home matrix for how he gets paid that i'm never gonna understand it's just you know let's not get into politics i think doug and i do enough of that on tuesday and thursday kt thank you so much for coming on anything that you want to any last bit of advice you wanna to give us before we wrap it up yeah i'd love you to pass on like if you have a i always think about my book is like the perfect kind of cutting eight coming of age book for women so here's what i'll say you have a young college grad you have a young high school grad you have a daughter a sister a wife a friend that you think some basic financial education in a really nonthreatening way please share with them contact information about getting my book the hard working woman's guide for money which is available on amazon and and or come listened to katie's money matters podcast free and available produces once a week to provide like dripping financial financial education on people get you could not have said it better myself against katie's moneymatters confined on i tunes or stitcher radio or overcast google play wherever you get your podcast a hard working woman's guide to money it really is such a great book and don't worry it's not gonna talk over your head it's got some great big picture things it's got some great money little tips hand as well podcast but her it really as host is written of for kt's the everyday money matters i woman don't know or how she everyday does guy all that she has is smart women sassy in and their crate life at debunk myths a daughter that will a able wife her clients a friend to save that they thousands want to help of dollars out it a year really k is a great t buying all welcome the links are going to to the be nice in the show guys notes on business of course hicklin for thanks all for having of that me stuff with podcast you for new day are solutions so as welcome well so as we have been for producing the buck your podcast funk for in couple fans of months now thank and you it so is so much for much listening fun kitty and it thank is so you much great for taking the information time with us today and that's what i strickland really thanks for having love me about thanks it everybody is that stephen it's really brian not go just ahead and take about us out saving of money for women but just great for financial the nice guys information on business all i'm the steve way around o'brien that is katie's fill money up matters your but week we with wanna talk the nice a little guys bit about your book hard working woman's five guide episodes to of week money isn't so that what like some kind is of it a that war was the catalyst crime to burnishes make you waterboard wanna raise centigrade these poor question people

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"bob dole" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"You know what i don't think the republicans should go after this they should not impeach this guy i remember thinking he's not looking good here and if you don't go after them people are going to be so disgusted they'll probably vote for bob dole in the next election or whoever it was at bob dole at the time i think they the clinton will go down in in in shame because what he did with monica lewinsky was terrible right but they didn't give them a chance they didn't give the american people the republicans i'm saying didn't give us a chance to judge the guy they sent in ken starr and using the media that's obviously sympathetic to democrats and feminists like gloria steinem who spent their whole life on women's rights and then destroyed their own credibility by defending bill clinton across the board inviting him to their annual dinners and the national organization for women saying bill clinton he's a champion for him and all this stuff they destroyed their credibility completely and i said to myself if republicans lay off of this this is going to be about the american people and their and whether or not they believe that their president is a liar or not and asleep but the republicans went ahead and a pushed for impeachment and i thought it made it about a prosecution and a lot of people who said you know they had this the generally people have the idea that he let he who is without sin cast the first stone and they see a guy being prosecuted and they automatically sympathize with someone who is being prosecuted in a kind of a way in the way that it's like the the crucible and the that you have excessive prosecution so they ended up sympathizing with the press i'm not saying you did i'm not saying i did necessarily but the idea that bill clinton kept bringing up in this interview the fact that two thirds of the american people supported him which is a little bit of an overstatement but by the end of that trial because it was all monica lewinsky all the time a lot of people in the country more than half the country was saying you know what let's just move on with this move on move on and that's how move on dot org started as extensively an organization that was saying come on we're spending too much time on impeachment but really it's not.

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"bob dole" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"And of course you can watch that entire field from there and if we can get some close ones what the difference may be this is early in the day we go on until about a quarter of three eastern standard time this afternoon for this event before someone comes into victory lane and as they all seem to feel and i think are really believing fred more than they used to it isn't the start of the race that wins it absolutely said this is five hundred miles actually two hundred laps the first isn't important but then it's important in one respect too because you can get away from some of the champion warriors running in i now has a bob dole on at least fifty yard run ahead of sack and now moving out east down on the inside of the track the shark way around sydney oh willy by an hour just one minute stay tuned for the greatest spectacle in racing on the parade lap lou palmer mentions that one of the large infield scaffoldings collapsed donald davidson fills us in on these scaffoldings and the race day nineteen sixty accidents the scaffolding that went back into the nineteen thirties and there was a concentrated effort in the early fifties specifically nineteen fifty two and there was actually the word was don't let anybody in with the scaffolding well it's race morning and you got to get that traffic office sixteenth straight and and georgetown road and so a bunch got in well this one group of people erected this scaffolding i think it was like five or six stories high on the back of a pickup truck and it wasn't mired properly and.

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"bob dole" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It's time timeless study of political courage john f kennedy wrote and i quote the true democracy living on growing and inspiring puts it space in the people faith that the people will not simply elect men who will represent their views abeille and faithfully but also a like men who will exercise their consciences judgment faith that the people will not condemn those whose devotion to principle leads them to unpopular courses but will reward coverage the many speakers after being i imagine the word courage will be intoned frequently respect honor and ultimately recognize right john kennedy spoke of senator bob dole and other americans who have risen above the average and been extraordinary in their service to the american people fewer americans living today demonstrate the kind of courage the bob dole has the medal he is receiving today represents his possession of two kinds of courage the first is fowler the kinda bravery he displayed on the battlefields of the second world war who's loons he is carried ever since the second his conviction a steady determination over the course of one's public life to stand up for what one believes to be right and to be judged that is our bob dole that's what bob dole did in congress when he worked across the aisle with me and others to enact the americans with disabilities act emme it's what he did when he came to the senate floor in 2012 in his wheelchair to advocate again for those with disabilities around the world frankly against some in his party's opposition it's the same currency display it again and again and again as a senator as majority leader as a presidential candidate and as a private citizen his devotion and let these devotion continue to this very minute how blessed america is by their service as we celebrate that courage today we pay tribute to bob dole not only is great legislator but as a good and great and american in human being and he's been advantage of course by the partnership of an extraordinary woman a woman of compassion and commitment and like her husband of great patriotism loyal to our country and its people his wife liddy dole.

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"bob dole" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Donald sullivan oh no with a one area a ilbo no no no rebel what are you know the middle first up the ladder we've included in those rings no hope travel beijing got to get them to bring home bacon the right they say to stop him what we've been to be about the move what what weight so leap of your michael through hit the real through and then some of them as i tell you where pope rumbek boom it added a date you then be a yay go get it on the be between from the get go back and just go what act like you know yet got the bob bob dole thought advice ooh may before me sally word bob beckel the pay back thank god ding barrett ready to stop in a prayer europe nor chuck i like a second tickets etc more mouth through the health and how to appeal up next the textbook bowl too all right here we go well it's the second hour of the ever made gently radio show shirt bent folks would even agree we had to get to the bow at out wow apart before we could start the second hour of the show and bring him in to fall him on twitter at ben folks mma he joins us now on him agent radio what's up and how you doing the other much i forgot for a while that i was on hold with your radio in it i was just enjoying wisconsin try called a man you know we're going to reach twenty five degrees here in vegas and i'm tripping over this 'cause on competency and i'm just wondering.

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"bob dole" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on WLOB

"This is exactly right i think a lot thank you sir appreciate very much better jesse jackson the game ride a name that to him and he didn't like it at all what are they said you you you're out you're out you're looking for television cameras yeah you say this is what you said you said it seems like watching you here and it seems like you follow if it's either a camera or a blonde i'm not fall into campbell fill the camera follow me so go to blown but that's a different story i wish we had that interview on tape we don't have that they were doing i don't know we have several like we had the richard dreyfuss one hundred men have bob go bob dole i must read bob dole thank you for this metal bob dole vein i mean with third burst near so so bob dole after he the you after he did the the old running for president thing and he went on jay leno and people saw the hit a sense of humor he starting to get an he started doing all these ads oh yeah and it shows us on letterman tune did a great job i'll many of the crowd loved it well i know why why wasn't that will call the handlers handlers got a whole of if he'd been that guy i tell you he could live president because i mean he's very likeable guy that yeah that's what it was because he was adopter land hotel doing a there was a fundraiser for him or something he would make a speech and it was in the presidential suite and the and i was the of course you know i'm going to be near closure of course w why wouldn't so i'm thereby manned bob dole uh bob dole the media's like them and uh but i mean he was veering gainging very handsome very charismatic and i'm going wind this guy win and i don't get it because they handlers i'm telling you is it that's a whole reason trump won because he didn't buys he would not listen to them and he.

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"bob dole" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"bob dole" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"How about my mom and dad among bubbled back with my son and it was adamant bob dole mumbo when bob in my only with london the bank formal more lumberjack look bad faith the papal malaga a lot on goal on looking to admi and walked up the bottle silky pain blondel alarm bob quitting home banking mumbled some bondo home and local they laura bomo pub crawl on that moment on it ended up being an opportunity for bob dole in my father to get to know each other whenever i saw bob giving away any counting confusion because people were pinning leading the no and that he you know pray over these gave tom piece of called time kitty e thing the morning the turnkey the way that uh put this all here or there leap what their for blend a yo pm dave within an him all kinds of and for what they have believes in what they thought and um i call my dad my dad he he's going to lose because people like him and him dan opinion o one day well i remember my paul bob lohr walk is simple formal clouds build a common into the world gone out of the world in your father of course was the the reverend samuel mccurry who sang in this airfield for my logging and era yen uh and the experience of being on the road and ceasing audiences who famously sometimes are very enthusiastic and sometimes we're very confused sometimes were hostile to what you guys would bring to them what was your experience of that well you know what i don't know but i think god for this uh when people tell me about it being very high style.

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