17 Burst results for "Club For Growth"

"club growth" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:13 min | 2 months ago

"club growth" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The club for growth is one of my favorite organizations and has been for time it was actually the first political organization i ever gave money to. And they have what i think is the gold standard scorecard Of the american political landscape and they have decided to stretch out. And now have a georgia scorecard for the georgia state legislature. And i have known for a while. This was coming. I am delighted to see it. Come and it's perfect timing with our legislature meetings so at the bottom of the hour david mcintosh the head of the club growth is going to join me to talk about it I think we need more of this and more accountability. Frankly in politics nationwide Now what of the. Those levels of of accountability needs to come from our school systems. I don't know if you've heard these chicago. Teachers unions have decided That they're going to refuse to work there. Essentially going on strike because the local government wants them to go back to school. There continues to be masked data showing that it is better for kids to be in school than not and that The school systems are not vectors. For the virus. There is a story in the loss in the new york times. I want to spend a little bit on the story because it it's something i'm i'm glad to see this getting some attention. But it's also a bit of an. I told you so after months of conservatives pointing this out in it being dismissed by the left let me read this to you from. Eric agreed in the new york times. The reminders of pandemic driven suffering among students in clark county nevada have come in droves since school shut their doors and march and early warning system. That monitor student mental health episodes has seen more than thirty one hundred alerts to district officials raising alarms about suicidal thoughts. Possible self harm or cries for care. By december eighteen by december. Eighteen students have taken their own lives. The spate of student suicides. In and around las vegas has prompted the clark county district. The nation's fifth largest toward bringing students back as quickly as possible this month school board gave the green light to phase in the return of some elementary school grades and groups of struggling students. Even as greater las vegas continues to post huge numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths superintendents around the nation are weighing the benefits of in-person education against the cost of public health watching teachers and staff become sick and in some cases die but also seeing the psychological academic told that school closings having on children a year in the risk of student. Suicides has quietly stirred mini district leaders leading some like the state superintendent in arizona to site that fear in public. Please to help mitigate the viruses spread in clark county. It forced the superintendents hand when we started to see the uptake children taking their lives. We knew it wasn't just the covert numbers we need to look at anymore. Said he sues jara. The clark county superintendent. We have to find a way to put our hands on our kids to see them to look at them. They've got to start seeing some movement. Some hope adolescent suicide during the pandemic cannot conclusively be linked to school closures national data on suicides in two thousand twenty have yet to be compiled one study from the cdc show that the percentage of youth emergency room visits that were for mental health. Reasons has risen during the pandemic. The actual number of those visits fell. The researchers noted that many people were voided hospitals that we're dealing with the crush of cova patients and a couple of emergency calls and more than forty states among all age groups showed increased numbers related to mental health. Even in normal circumstances suicides are impulsive unpredictable and difficult to ascribe to specific causes the pandemic has created conditions unlike anything mental health professionals.

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"club growth" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"club growth" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"We've said this a lot before on this podcast kind of this adolescent phase where you're not quite fully professional in because you don't have the resources to be but you have to have you tried to have the ability to both promote grassroots and running elite program with the same people basically. Yeah with the same people I mean. I think they did hire this point. Time like a club growth and development officer as well so it's not as if they were ignoring the demands the grass roots. And actually there's a lot of positive changes on that front too but from a high performance perspective. Basically said there's there's more one person bunning your program and it it you don't have someone seeking long-term right and so the point of the high performance director was basically to be like the. Now's you'd be like a general manager who you know in a professional sports team. Who's you know hiring firing the coaches but also looking long term at development of the farm system for lack of a better term? Right and that covers I. I think actually do take a long time and is this is one of the things where I think the. Usoc doesn't quite get curling that because there's a high degree of mental aspect of the game. it's alert developing sport. Right they understand. Tactics and strategy takes years of experience. Understanding the touch. Part of the game takes years and so even though the coaching is improved over the last decade or so. So now you can have people be high performance colors in their twenties. It's not like a basketball team. You can actually if you're one of the best basketball players in the planet compete in the NBA. I think it's a lot harder for like. Eighteen year olds curler to compete Santa Slam right will exhibit A. There is.

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"club growth" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"club growth" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"They probably so them don't care that'd be honest as a lot of orthodontists here aren't would be indifferent to invisible line. And they just say. What'S THE GIMMICK. And it'll never replace the horse and there would be fewer orthodontist. I wish I got into that earlier. Looks like a a a growth market and Do be a few people would say that they're bigger. Problem is the direct to consumer stuff Because but do do orthodontist Would you on his think of the General Family practicing dentist doing orthodontics? So what do they think of that will be the whoopee variation? I think some people are okay with it because they still will expand someday that general dentist is GonNa come across stuff that he's not that happy to do any On they don't want to upset a guy who's potentially going for a patient to them on. Its dentist knows. Limitations are knows our limitations. They will know what it is that they're gonNA do and what they're going to refer out and my may the do practices. Let's say two of the three practices that would refer patients to me. Most will do certain amount of their own orthodontics or they're still asking picking question it. I'm I'm going to set you up where you have to tell me if you had to buy. Put all your money in smiles. Direct club or align technology Smiles CLUB THEY LAST YEAR. They plunged forty eight percent after their. Ipo. Where's align technology shares? Went up sixty one percent but going forward line technology year over year. Revenue Growth is about twenty two percent. Where smiles drug club growth? Year ears fifty-one percent? So smiles direct So aligned technology spending with the orthodontist smiles direct club expanding with the Consumer has bigger upside potential. Would go if we just started the race today. Twenty twenty and you had to put all your money and smiles direct ORLEAN technology for five years to sell your house all your money. Would it be smiles direct or a line? Do know enough about him. Tell us which of them is the legal market capital company who has the biggest mark bigger market cap. That's that's a good question. I don't know that I'll ask is. There is a financial connection between the two companies. Isn't there one of those companies does have a certain amount of Share or an interest in the older now sooner or later one of those companies started to look bigger or look like it was doing well. It's not impossible that the other company would want to buy more of them or by the my own them. Okay because the business model is Gonna. The business model could be variable for either of them. Smile direct will at some stage wanted to talk to dentists to be able to provide their stuff or the provided through Walmart if they provided through some company that provided through some sort of retail environment in the US. Dodi yes. I just found out. So smiles. Direct club has a market cap six billion and align technology as a market cap of twenty billion. So if I was align tech and I thought the smiles direct was doing well at what stage do I say? I'd like to buy your company so you think so. The first thing that comes to your mind is an activity mergers and acquisitions. So you're thinking that the first thing that you're thinking of is that Aligned Technology's going to be knocking on the door of small's direct club. That would know that that that could be an option for the Mars smile direct. How do they grow? They they They market to the Individual. And then they try and break into the dental market or not whereas in visiting has already got their relationship with the dental market. They could bro from this. And I WANNA take a different question when we talk about orthodontists in Ortho. We talked about. Clear Liners Is there six month braces thing? Going on over in your K. Like I it is over here yet. You have the six month braces six month cases. Were General. Dennis just try to do that. Do you. Ever see is that about. Mary and the guy was talking about five minutes. Apps and he wants to. I don't have five minutes. I want a four minute APPs. Yeah so We do have six month smiles. We also have quick straight teeth Ryan White Right Quick Teeth. That restrict to it was Fast smiles or something like that and have to go and get the leaf. Ano- somebody's stuck. Leaf it through my door Susan by three or four those now. You're asking me earlier on. About how big a deal. As compared to other liners invested line is far. Had the biggest provider of clear liners but in terms of limited go.

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"club growth" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"club growth" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Somebody stop in a dark which you love where the ball is landing is the same guy you then come up to you and then ask for donations when the club for growth I trashed him when he was running and then Donald Trump quietly released a letter that club growth it sent him when they had an interview had a meeting and club for growth asking for million dollar donation cancel Donald Trump put out the letter and said these are the same guys now trashy maybe a little while ago coming to be groveling wanting money yeah he's Rodney Dangerfield being invited to the party doesn't know the rules using the wrong fork brags about his golf game right about how much money has would you like the results triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three I am Larry to guess what Bernie Sanders said about immigration as recently as twenty fifteen the great goddess to walk all through all something we all need to know about really factor Larry elder here and about Pete instead of top at the father son owners as you know there on a real mission to help as many people as possible.

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"club growth" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"club growth" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Can make it vegetarian. I use baking drippin's and sausage but you can make it vegetarian and if your individuality and food but the recipes already set. It'll go at noon today so text the word recipe two three three seven seven seven. You will get my mom's red beans and rice recipe. You know before I was allowed to leave home from Louisiana to go to college out. We came to mercer over here in making where I am now to college and I had to learn how to make Jambalaya Gumbo red beans and rice Family recipes and my mom makes red beans and rice. Well it's the way I grew up making red beans and rice. It's the way she grew up making red beans rice. You have it on Mondays A you always have red beans and rice on Monday. And it's it's a great recipe. It is not your standard New Orleans. Yes red beans and rice but it's the one I grew up with it. It's the one I like the most And even my wife likes it. We can't make it a spicy with her cancer She gets the medicine she's on. Sometimes she gets sores in her mouth and so she's more sensitive to spicy food now but man. I love a good bowl of spicy red beans and rice with fresh garlic bread. It's fantastic antastic. And if you want the recipe text recipe two three three seven seven seven. You'll get it at noon. It is very easy to make. You will not be intimidated by you. Don't have to make a rue or anything anything it's it's an easy good recipe now again. Jeff Duncan if you want to if you WANNA listen to that interview you can. We've got a podcast for the show where we take the show who make it in podcast form and we use the number three seven seven seven for everything you text army. You're on the activists recipe the recipes if you text the word show Oh I'll send you back linked to the podcast for Google play or for For IOS. So Tech's Shota two three three seven hundred seventy if you wanna read. Listen to WHO Jeff Dunkin's interview which also replay them evening show This evening Education reform is one of those things where the chief chief impediments are always the Republicans in the state legislature always the Republicans and one of the reasons it's Republicans is several of the Republican leaders They have family members who were in private schools in good communities that are opposed to charter schools because they think it will undermine their good community the public schools and and I don't think that's true that's one of the blowback she get. And so I appreciate the Lieutenant Governor Fighting the good fight on charter schools. Very diplomatic answer on his part as well that he is backing Kelly Leffler he would support Doug Collins if he gets it. But here's here's the here's the thing. Notice what he said very diplomatic answer there but notice what he said that if Doug Collins gets into the run off with the Democrat Democrat he will support Doug Collins the only way the Doug Collins would get into a run off with the Democrat Pratt is for there to not be a special election primary subtle signal there. I would suspect from the Lieutenant Governor that AH the Senate will kill House Bill. Seven five seven if he gets through but I am told that it has been pulled house bill. Seven five seven has been pulled and they've been pulled because they've been pulled because they don't have Republican votes for it in the State House House bill. Seven five seven originally was a bill to move up the qualifying period so that the secretary of state would be able to get ballots to our soldiers abroad. The Democrats along with the Speaker of the House Hijack Very Reef Lemons legislation and used it to create a primary to help Doug Collins and help Raphael warnock and now there aren't enough Republican votes in the House to get it through so they've I've had to pull it and sit back to the rules committee. We will see what they do. Keep up the pressure though if you WANNA call your state representative and tell them to oppose this legislation text. The word Army two three three eighty seven seven seven. I will immediately send you back a link that you can click. You can put in your address and you'll generate an email to your state rep and also a phone call now marry Somebody Alexander Somebody went one of the state reps out. There is telling people you know Berry Fleming's worthless Scott Walker a skirt Scott. Turner was the only Republican to oppose us. That's not true Berry Fleming highly respected chairman of the Judiciary Committee for over the Gusta area. He wound up voting against legislation because he was opposed to the speaker and the Democrats brats hijacking his legislation and now it looks like a majority of the Republicans in the State House may be opposed to this legislation It is rewriting the rules now that the elections begun not a smart thing for them to do. Let's go to the phones Randy You're going to be up first today. Welcome to the program Randy. Hey Eric how're how are you doing today. Great how are you doing well. Doing well just wanted to kind of get a A plug in again for the Soros Foundation. Yes I I spoke to you a couple of days ago and everything and the fact that Kelly Leffler. Who's going to do? We were all talking about there She was actually queen of the starfish. Ball all this year So if you kind of Google starfish ball that sort of thing you will find Lots of pictures and then More information about console found well Tell People about the Zorro Foundation because they you know in two you would call me randy the last time I never heard of it and it sounds like a great group in. Please Explain Lina folks yes. It was a foundation established by Daryl. Maze Darryl Lives here in Georgia and He the established it Quite some time ago For Kids who age out of foster homes So that they will have funds available to go to college. That's fantastic and so Kelly Leifer was involved this year with it absolutely yes and there are many others others Like I say if you actually visit the website you'll see You know folks who were on the board And their love their people who a lot of people. We'll no good. Well look thank you very much for highlighting that in this again at her being involved you can. Can I be real honest with IOS. We go to break. I'm just I'm not impressed with her. Rollout I I'm not impressed. Best I and she is a smart capable person but this the social media stuff and these ads. I'm just y'all I'm sorry I'm not impressed She can do better that her team is doing her a disservice. I think And and I know parts of our team a and they're good people and I know that. Just WanNa booster name. Id but we gotta we gotTa do better on this. And if there's one good thing to come out of Doug Collins challenging is going to force the Maltby on their a game now there is some movement there we do need to get into impeachment. y'All God help me. I'm so tired of talking about impeachment and I gotTa do it when we come back because there actually is a lot of impeachment us we needed to consider. And I've got a few scoops for those of you listening. I've got some Intel from the Senate when we come back. Hello and welcome. Committee's earache Erickson. Here the Uric Eric's across the state of Georgia. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four or two five. We'll see how long my voice holds up y'all I. I woke up yesterday about three o'clock in the morning man and the worst sore throat and it has got to be winter. Can't make up his damn mind as to whether or not it's going to be winter spring summer fall something in between and it has just a it has messed with my sinuses And so I if I sound like Foghorn leghorn there you have it There is news and we need to get to this news before we get impeach was if I have been talking to people in the Senate about impeachment there is actually growing confidence that the that the Republicans. We'll have the votes to to wrap this up and not call witnesses. And that's what they're hoping for there's no guarantee but it looks like right now. They're not going to do that. We'll get into some the questions that they've asked. Today is another day where they'll be asking questions but before I do that I need to bring you up to speed on on this Collins Leffler situation in the state because there's actually a lot of news that has come out of this. The club for growth is launching an ad campaign in Georgia against Doug Collins. The club for Growth College Njit Doug Sohn an awesome guy. He doesn't have great fiscal track. Record and The club growth is going to blow him up in Georgia for being a big spender among other other things and they're prepared to come after him. The American conservative Union With a match slap is going to line up for Doug Collins. They'll be coming coming out to defend him They don't WanNa go after Kelly Leffler per se they wanna just support Doug Collins. The other thing you need to know is that Raphael warnock is the highly highly progressive minister in charge of ebenezer baptist. Church and he has declared now he's running for the Senate now that Collins has managed to divide the Republicans The Democrats. You'RE GONNA put up a united front and by the way this I'm with. Jeff Duncan if you weren't here last hour. Jeff Duncan was talking to me about the education reform package she wants to pursue you but also he was talking about the Collins Leffler race that he says he loves. Douglas dakotas great man. But he's with Kelly Leffler and one of the issues. Choose here is dividing the Republican Party. And we don't need to divide the Republican Party of this time and that is on Doug and Speaker Allston dividing the Republican Party and as the Republicans have divided. The Democrats are suddenly emboldened to unite behind Raphael warnock Raphael warnock. He's African American can minister Martin Luther King Junior's Church. He is highly progressive. He runs the new. Georgia project In Stacey Abrams dead. He is when you hear a minister. Mr You may think social conservative. He is in no way shape or form socially conservative He's a highly socially progressive Socially fiscally the Progressive activist And the Democrats are going to unite behind him. Stacey Abrams and Chuck Schumer Together. Trying to pressure Matt Lieberman out out of the race. Trying to pressure at Tarver out of the race the Democrats involved they want a united front four were knocked against Collins and Leffler and this is going to force first the president's hand to some degree there are some Republicans who think having a divided special election with. GOP actually is about and I actually leaning towards that position. Let me tell you the thinking here if you were to have this primary so so the house bill. Seven five seven which thanks to you guys may die why they've had to take it off the floor of the House now..

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"club growth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The longest running live libertarian talk radio show. What all of radio this morning. We're speaking with. Yeah. Stephen moore. Stephen Moore is one of Donald Trump's chief economic advisers. He is a free marketeer from way back Stephen has written Trump, and I'm actually written that book with a laugher which is coming out the end of October, which will explain to all listeners. Why are they doing? So gosh, Don, well now compared to a few short years ago, Steven was the founder of the club for he was and president of the club for gross. He was active in the clubs growth. Nineteen ninety nine two thousand four he's a former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board the Heritage Foundation has worked closely with them. He was a commentator on Fox News. And now he's taking on the commentator on CNN. And Stephen among your other activities, you formed the committee to unleash American prosperity. You did that with author Laffer Larry cudlow. And Steven Forbes just to give us a little insight into how you think we'll get back. Donald Trump in a moment. Tell us about the committee to unleash American prosperity. Well, you know, the Steve Forbes, and Larry Kudlow Laffer, obviously economic icons in this country. They're probably the best economists for the last fifty years, and of course, Steve Forbes changed our country when he ran for president in nineteen ninety by the way. I just interrupt that was the first presidential campaign that I went down to a store front office. And I said I want to work for this guy. I want to stuff envelopes, do whatever I can. It was the first time the presidential campaign that I became active, and it broke my heart when he didn't survive the primaries. Yeah. That's right. And and I felt the same way. But but one of the points I make to Steve Forbes all the time. But that was sometimes even when you lose you can make a big Mark in history, and Steve Forbes ran on a reformist free market agenda of term limits and social security personal accounts and the flat tax, and, you know, no formula savings accounts, all of these things that were are now actually kind of boilerplate Republican party. So I think seaports really did change history with that with that election. But anyway, the purpose of our group is really to try to educate, you know, the especially the Republicans to make sure when they were running for president in two thousand sixteen they ran on a pro economic growth supply side, lower taxes, less regulation gender. And of course, what happened was that? You know, we met Trump, and we teamed up with them, and you know, Larry cudlow now as you know is the chief economist for. Donald Trump, which is a fantastic thing. I mean, the most important kind of the world today is is is Larry cudlow whose total supply side tax rate, cutting guy. And then my way I have to say that, you know, Trump got these ideas, you know, Trump is not an ideological person and say like Ronald Reagan was in the sense of being conservative. But Trump is just commonsense guy who understood the ideas because he's run business. He knows that if you cut taxes for businesses, they can invest more in the business. I mean, these seem like simple ideas. Right. I don't understand why liberals can't capture these ideas, you know, as as Larry cudlow likes to say, if you tax something, you get less of it, and your tax something last you get more of it. So we took the taxes off of the businesses and off the workers. So that we could get more work and more businesses and more investment. And and that's really the one of the keys of the success. But we did, and you know, and Donald Trump, by the way was fully on board. I mean, he he was not a hard sell on these. Ideas. In fact, I think he had accepted a lot of these ideas long before we you know, we talked to him about it. So he wanted to cut to actually even more than we did. Well, one of the ideas in your book, and of course, a cornerstone of President Trump's policy was reducing our corporate tax rates from about forty percent the highest in the western world to about twenty percent. All of these are approximate, of course. And then I real tax rates. My question Steve Forbes got my attention, and I had just started doing radio. And what is my very first shows was on the subject of the corporate income tax policy. That is utterly economically insane and unjustified since you on a roll and reducing the corporate tax rate from forty to twenty why not from forty two zero since it has only a political concept. It has no economic basis, whatever. So it's a great point. And you know when we first down with with. Donald trump. We had a chart that showed. You know? Here's where we are as you just sat at forty percent, you know, and not just a corporations, but our small businesses to the first things Trump's that to us. There's I wanna cut the corporate tax. But I want to make sure that twenty seven million small businesses get a tax cut to and so that was a big part of the plan. But in any case, we went from forty percent. And and we showed that the rest of the world was closer to twenty percent. And you know, we we said this is like we're putting a tariff on our own goods and services on what country does that, you know. Why would we put ourselves in economic col- right from the get-go by you know, having a twenty percent, disadvantage, and Trump instantly. Understood that and I remember Larry. You know, that's why we think you should endorse a twenty percent corporate tax, and you'll love that seaside that you know. No, I'm not going to do that. And we said, well, why don't you get what we're saying? And he said, I don't wanna go. I don't wanna go to twenty. I want to go to fifteen and we didn't put in your why not getting fifty nine zero. The. Yeah. Because like businesses just pass on the taxes to the workers, and and the consumers anyway, so it's just a hidden tax and luck also, you're you're so right. You know, you you understand this economic very, well, you know, when you have a capital gains the dividend tax. And then you have a corporate tax on top of that. You're you're basically double charging taxation, right? Because, you know, think about it as if a company let's say makes a hundred million dollars for profits. Let's say it's apple and then the first thing that happens is the government was taking a forty percent cut off of that. And then from there, you know, then then sixty cents after tax, and let's say pass it on in the form of dividends to their shareholders. And the shareholders have to pay a forty percent tax on that. So, you know, Trump God that was a double taxation problem. And we've we haven't eliminated the devils tax problem as as you suggested we should do, but we did alleviate it because we did cut the corporate tax very substantially and so the penalty on investing in other way. The investors pay that as well. Anyone was as a 4._0._1._K plan for anyone who has a an IRA plan or anyone who owns individual size, and that's my rich people. I mean in over half of Americans fifty million Americans own stock. So this is good for the stock market as well. I remember learning that if you analyze who ultimately pays the corporate income tax. It's the lowest twenty five percent of the economic gas up of the lowest earners who pay the highest when they buy a so so when they buy milk, they are paying the corporate income tax built into the product. And that to me, it's cruel like tax or it's a hidden tax. Nobody knows they're paying it. Which means the government gets a tax for free 'cause nobody complains because ultimately consumers pay, but they don't know they're paying so while you're on this role of reducing it from forty go all the way to zero and by the way, as you know, corporations, therefore, miss allocate capital. That's the tax effect, which means it's a waste transactions become inefficient. And we all pay. It makes no sense economically whatsoever. Yeah. And I'm gonna make additional argument that Larry cudlow used to make a lot. And I think there's a lot of truth to that. So one of our Larry always used to say and Trump sort of saying to that when cutting the corporate income tax is a middle class tax cut. Now, people may wonder what what does that mean? How can that be that when you cut the tax on corporations that that workers Spanish and the answer to that is you know, what what drives higher wages for workers over time. You know, the reason I always ask my, you know, high school and college students, why is it that a let's say college an American has ever suasion America's thirty dollars an hour, whereas the average wage in the United States, I mean in Nashville eight dollars an hour, and the reason one of the major reasons for that as Americans have more capital to work with more computers. More more technology tractors trucks things like that. That makes them, you know, a more productive. And so as you cut the corporate tax rate you've. Get businesses to win bash more on us businesses. Invest more that means that the benefits of that Investment cO to the workers. And so we're seeing that now in the form of you know, wages vising wages have not risen as much as we'd like to see them yet. I do you know that in the next three and six months as we continue afraid of very tight labor market wages are going to start to rise. I barely make. That prediction. I feel pretty confident in that. You know, you're seeing that this week, by the way, you saw what happened with Amazon Amazon has two hundred and fifty thousand workers across the country. The one of the biggest employers in the nation and their increase in their wage rate their starting wage rate to fifteen dollars an hour. And the reason they're doing that is because of the competitive pressures they need to they need to pay workers. More the workers will leave WalMart with a million workers has increased their way trade to eleven dollars an hour targets raise their wage rate. Many of the restaurant chains Disney. He has raised their wage rates. You're starting to see the effects of a theater tighter labor market in the form of higher middle class wages for workers. And that's a positive thing. And what's the magic of that? Is we have a market place in forced minimum wage. It's a minimum wage. Yeah. She costs you cannot get away with a lower wage to workers will quit and how much healthier that is to the economy when the minimum wage is market-driven not mandate driven by government where that's important point. I wanna I wanna have punctuate that point that she's made because, you know, not no sooner did that bazo DC Amazon announced that he was going to raise his rates whereas workers to fifteen dollars an hour. Did you see what he did next? No. He said, I am going to go to Washington, and require that every business raise their, you know, have an increase in the federal minimum wage. Now think about the impact of that. You know, Jeff Bezos has a company that is now valued at a trillion dollars, and she their market capitalizations one, trillion course, of course. They're they're massive massive company. Now in in in, you know, consumer goods and services. Well, what they wanna do. Now that they are. They are paying fifteen dollars an hour. They wanna have other smaller competitors. You know, there are companies that they compete with that don't have a trillion dollars. The Phoenix got small companies that have ten thousand dollars in the Bank. They can't afford fifteen dollars an hour. So what Jeff Bezos is doing? He's not he's not some kind of altruistic saying wouldn't want everybody to raise their wage to fifteen dollars an hour. He's drying trying to use government. It's big business and big government. Trying to drive the little guy out of the equation. That's one of the reasons, you know, you started this by saying you've had the longest running libertarian show in that country. And congratulations to that. I'm a libertarian myself. And and most cases, you know, government does not help the little guy at squashes the little guy. That's why WalMart WalMart was a strong supporter of Obama. Macaire because it already had had was paying that. And it was at a competitive disadvantage. If wanted to force it smaller competitors to pay as generous a healthcare system as they were paying. So they so they would put out of business. Walmart did the same thing in two thousand and nine or eleven with ObamaCare. I'll give you another example because this is a really important lesson gutting the government does not help the little guy squashed us a little guy. And I'll give you another example back when we pay passed the Dodd Frank financial regulation, Bill banks. Imposed huge class for Bank lending institutions, but all the big banks, like Wells Fargo and city and so on were very much in favor of that..

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"club growth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the show, the longest running live libertarian talk radio show. What all of radio this morning. We're speaking with. Yeah. Stephen moore. Stephen Moore is one of Donald Trump's chief economic advisers. He is a free marketeer from way back Stephen has written Trump, and I'm actually getting that book with author laugher, which is coming out the end of October, which will explain to all listeners. Why are they doing so gosh on well now compared to a few short years ago? Stephen was the founder of the plug for. He was president of the club for growth. He was active with the club's growth nineteen ninety nine two thousand and four. He's a woman there the Wall Street Journal editorial board the Heritage Foundation. He has worked closely with them. He was a commentator on Fox News. And now he's economic commentator on CNN, and Stephen among your other activities, you formed the committee to unleash American prosperity. You did that with author laugher, Larry Kudlow, and Steven Forbes just to give us a little insight into how you think we'll get back. Donald Trump in a moment. Tell us about the committee to unleash American prosperity. Well, Steve Forbes and loaded Kudlow Laffer, obviously economic icons in this country. They're probably the best economists for the last fifty years, and of course, Steve Forbes changed our country when. Ran for president in nineteen ninety by the way. I just interrupt that was the first presidential campaign that I went down to a store front office. And I said I wanna work for this guy. I want to stuff do whatever I can it was the first time the presidential campaign that I became active, and it broke my heart when he didn't survive the primaries. Yeah. You know, that's right. And I felt the same way. But but one of the points I make to Steve Forbes all the time. But that was sometimes even when you lose you can make a big Mark in history, and Steve Forbes ran on reformist, free market agenda of term limits and social security personal accounts and the flat tax, and you know, and no formula medical savings accounts. All of these things that were are now actually kind of boilerplate Republican party. So I think see Forbes really did change history with that with that election. But anyway, the purpose of our group is really to try to educate, you know, the especially the Republicans to make sure when they were running for president in two thousand sixteen that they ran on a pro economic growth supply-side, lower taxes, less regulation gender. And of course, what happened was that? You know, we met Trump, and we teamed up with them, and you know, Larry cudlow now, it's you know, is the chief economist for. Donald Trump, which them tastic thing. I mean, the most important kind of the world today is is is Larry cudlow whose total supply side tax rate, cutting guy. Anyway, I have to say that, you know, Trump got these ideas, you know, Trump is not an ideological person and say like Ronald Reagan was in the sense of being a conservative. But Trump is just commonsense guy who understood the ideas because he's run business. He knows that if you cut taxes for businesses, they can invest more in the business. I mean, these are seemed like simple ideas. Right. I don't understand why liberals can't capture these ideas, you know, as as Larry cudlow likes to say if you tax something you get less of it and your tax something lasts. You get more of it. So we took the taxes off of the businesses and off the workers. So that we could get more work and more businesses and more investment. And and that's really the one of the keys of the success. But we did, and you know, and Donald Trump, by the way was fully on board. I mean, he he was not a hard sell on these. These ideas. In fact, I think he had accepted a lot of these ideas long before we you know, we we talked to him about it. So in fact, he wanted to cut to actually even more than we did. Well, one of the ideas in your book, and of course, a cornerstone of President Trump's policy was reducing our corporate tax rates from about forty percent the highest in the western world to about twenty percent. All of these are approximate, of course. And then I feel tax rates. My question Steve Forbes got my attention, and I had just started doing radio. And what is my very first shows was on the subject of the corporate income tax policy. That is utterly economically insane and unjustified level since you on a roll and reducing the corporate tax rate from forty to twenty why not from forty two zero since it has only a political concept. It has no economic basis, whatever. So it's a great point. And you know, when we first sat down with with. Donald trump. We had a chart that showed. You know? Here's where we are as you just sat at forty percent, you know, and not just a corporations, but our small businesses to first things Trump that to us. There's I wanna cut the corporate tax. But I wanna make sure that twenty seven million small businesses get a tax cut to until now is a big part of the plan. But in any case, we went from forty percent. And and we showed that the rest of the world was closer to twenty percent. And you know, we we said this is like we're putting a tariff on our own goods and services, and what country does that, you know. Why would we put ourselves in economic col- right from the get-go by you know, having a twenty percent, disadvantage, and Trump instantly. Understood that and I remember Larry that damn, you know, that's why we think you should endorse a twenty percent tax and you'll love this. She said that you know. No, I'm not gonna do that. And we said, well, don't don't you get what we're saying. And he said, I don't wanna go. I don't wanna go to twenty. I want to go to fifteen and you know, we didn't put in not getting fifty nine zero. The. Sorry. Yeah. Because like businesses just pass on the taxes to the workers and consumers anyway. So it's just a hidden, tax and luck. Also, you're you're so right. You know, you you understand this economics very, well that you know, when you have a capital gains and the dividend tax. And then you have a corporate tax on top of that. You're you're basically double charging taxation, right? Because you know, think about it as if a company let's say makes a hundred million dollars prophets. Let's say it's apple. And then the first thing that happens is the government was taking a forty percent cut off of that. And then from there, you know, then then sixty cents after tax, and let's say they pass it on in the form of dividends to their shareholders. And the sheriff I have to pay a forty percent tax on that. So, you know, Trump God that was a double taxation problem. And we've we haven't eliminated the devils tax problem as as you suggested we should do, but we did alleviate it because we did cut the corporate tax very substantially and so the penalty I'm investing and by the way in. Investors pay that as well. Anyone was as a 4._0._1._K plan for anyone who has a an IRA plan or anyone who owns individual stocks. And that's not just rich people. I mean in over half of Americans hundred fifty million Americans on shot. So this is good for the stock market as well. I remember learning that if you analyze who ultimately pays the corporate income tax. It's the lowest twenty five percent of the economic of the lowest earners who pay the highest when they buy a so so when they buy milk, they are paying the corporate income tax built into the product. And that to me, it's cruel like tax or it's a hidden tax. Nobody knows they're paying it. Which means the government gets a tax for free because nobody complains because ultimately consumers pay, but they don't know they're paying so while you're on this role of reducing it from forty go all the way to zero and by the way, as you know, corporations therefore miss allocate capital, that's the tax effect, which means it's a waste transactions become inefficient. And we all. Say it makes no sense economically whatsoever. Yeah. And I'm gonna make additional argument that Larry cudlow used to make a lot. And I think there's a lot of truth to this. So one of our, you know, Larry always used to say Trump's sort of saying to that when you're cutting the corporate income tax is a middle class tax cut. Now, people may wonder what what does that mean? How can that be that when you cut the tax on corporations that that workers benefit and the answer to that is you know, what what drives higher wages for workers over time. You know, the reason I always ask my, you know, high school and college students, why is it that a let's say college, you know, an American is paid ways in America's thirty dollars an hour, whereas the average wage in the United States. I mean in Nashville is eight dollars an hour, and the reason one of the major reasons for that Americans have more capital to work with more computers. More more technology tractors trucks things like that that make them more productive. And so as you cut the corporate tax rate you. Get businesses to win bash more businesses invest more that means that the benefits of that Investment cO to the workers. And so we're seeing that now in the form of wages vising, by the way, wages have not risen as much as we'd like to see them yet. I do anticipate you know, that in the next three and six months as we continue afraid of very tight labor market wages are going to start to rise. I barely make. That prediction. I feel pretty confident that you know, you're seeing that this week, by the way, you saw what happened with Amazon Amazon has two hundred and fifty thousand workers across the country that one of the biggest employers in the nation and their increase in their wage rate their starting wage rate to fifteen dollars an hour. And the reason they're doing that is because of the competitive pressures they need to they need to pay workers more the workers will leave WalMart with a million workers has increased their way trade to eleven dollars an hour targets raise their wage rate. Many of the restaurant chains Disney. He has raised their wage rates. You're starting to see the effects of a theater tighter labor market in the form of higher middle class wages for workers. And that's a positive thing. And what's the magic of that? Is we have a market place in forced minimum wage. It's a minimum wage. Yes. She costs you cannot get away with a lower wage to workers will quit and how much healthier that is to the economy when the minimum wage is market-driven not mandate driven by government where that's an important point. I wanna I wanna have punctuate that point that she made because, you know, not no sooner did that bazo DC o of Amazon announced that he was going to raise his way trae through his workers to fifteen dollars an hour. Did you see what he did next? No. He said, I am going to go to Washington, and require that every business raise their, you know, have an increase in the federal minimum wage. Now think about the impact of that. You know, Jeff Bezos has a company that is now valued at a trillion dollars, and she their Malka capitalizations one trillion. Of course, they were there, the massive massive company now in in, you know, consumer goods and services what they wanna do. Now that they they are paying fifteen dollars an hour. They wanna have other smaller competitors. You know, there are companies that they compete with don't have a trillion dollars, the small companies that have ten thousand dollars in the Bank. They can't afford fifteen dollars an hour. So Jeff Bezos is doing he's not he's not some kind of altruistic saying we're gonna want everybody to raise their wage to fifteen dollars an hour. He's drying trying to use government. It's big business and big government. Trying to drive the little guy out of the equation. That's one of the reasons, you know, you started this by saying you've had the longest running libertarian shuttle in that country and congratulations to that. I'm a libertarian myself and my. Most cases, you know, government does not help the little guy squashes the little guy. That's why wool mart. Walmart was a strong supporter of ObamaCare because it already had had was paying that. And it was at a competitive disadvantage if wanted to force it slowly competitors to pay as generous a healthcare system as they were paying. So they so they would put them out of business. Walmart did the same thing in two thousand and nine or eleven with ObamaCare. I'll give you another example because this is a really important lesson. Getting the government does not help the little guy. Squash us a little guy..

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"club growth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

13:31 min | 2 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Running live libertarian talk radio show. What all of radio this morning. We are speaking with Stephen Moore. Stephen Moore is one of Donald Trump's chief economic advisers. He is a free market Tina from way back Stephen has written Trump, and I'm actually written that book with author viper, which is coming out the end of October, which will explain to all listeners. Why are they doing so gosh, dawn? Well now compared to a few short years ago, Steven was the founder of the plug for. He was and president of the club for growth. He was active with the club's growth nineteen ninety two thousand and four. He's a former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board the Heritage Foundation. He has worked closely with them. He was a commentator on Fox News. And now he's economic commentator on CNN and Stephen among your other. Activities you formed the committee to unleash American prosperity. You did that with author Lapa, Larry Kudlow, and Steven Forbes just to give us a little insight into how you think we'll get back. Donald Trump in a moment. Tell us about the committee to unleash American prosperity. Well, you know, the Steve Forbes and Larry Kudlow on our laugh, obviously economic icons in this country. They're probably the best economists are the last fifty years, and of course, Steve Forbes changed our country when he ran for president in nineteen ninety. By the way here. I just interrupt that was the first presidential campaign that I went down to a store front office. And I said I want to work for this guy. I want to stop envelopes, do whatever I can. It was the first time the presidential campaign that I became active, and it broke my heart when he didn't survive the primaries. Yeah. You know, that's right. And I felt the same way. But but one of the points, I make to Steve Forbes all the time said that was sometimes even when you lose you can make a big Mark in history, and Steve Forbes ran on a reformist free market agenda of term limits and social security personal accounts and the flat tax, and you know, and no formula savings accounts, all of these things that were are now actually kind of boilerplate Republican party. So I think seaports really did change history with that with that election. But anyway, the purpose of our group is really to try to educate, you know, the especially the Republicans to make sure when they were running for president do thousand sixteen that they ran on a pro economic growth supply side, lower taxes, less regulation gender. And of course, what happened was that? You know, we met Trump, and we teamed up with them, and you know, Larry cudlow now as you know is the chief economist for. Donald Trump, which is a them tastic thing. I mean, the most important kind of the world today is is is Larry cudlow, who's a total supply side tax rate, cutting guy, and they way I have to say that, you know, Trump got these ideas, you know, Trump is not an ideological person and say like Ronald Reagan was in the sense of being conservative. But Trump is just common sense guy who understood the ideas because he's running business. He knows that if you cut taxes for businesses, they can invest more in the business. I mean, these are seem like, simple ideas. Right. I don't understand why liberals can't capture these ideas as Larry cudlow likes to say, if you tax something you've got lots of it, and your tax something less you get more of it. So we took the taxes off of the businesses and off the workers. So that we could get more work and more businesses and more investment. And and that's really the one of the keys of the success. But we did, and you know, and Donald Trump, by the way was fully on board. I mean, he he was not a hard sell on these. Ideas. In fact, I think he had accepted a lot of these ideas long before we you know, we we talked to him about it. So at that he wanted to cut to actually even more than we did. What's the one of the ideas in your book? And of course, a cornerstone of President Trump's policies was reducing our corporate tax rates boom about forty percent the highest in the western world to about twenty percents. All of these are approximate, of course. And then I real tax rates. My question Steve Forbes got my attention, and I had just started doing radio and one of my very first shows was on the subject of the corporate income tax and policy that is utterly economically insane and unjustified of all since you on a roll and reducing the corporate tax rate from forty to twenty why not from forty two zero since it has only a political concept. It has no economic basis, whatever. So it's a great point. And you know, when we first sat down with with. Donald trump. We had a chart that showed. You know? Here's where we are as you just sat at forty percent, you know, and that's just a corporations, but our small businesses to one of the first things Trump's that. Do I says I wanna cut the corporate tax? But I want to make sure that twenty seven million small businesses get a tax to and so that was a big part of the plan. But in any case, we went from forty percent. And and we showed that the rest of the world was closer to twenty percent. And you know, we we said this is like we're putting in our own goods and services, and what country does that, you know. Why would we put ourselves in economic col- right from the get-go by you know, having a twenty percent, disadvantage, and Trump instantly. Understood that and I remember Larry. That you know, that's why we think you should endorse eight twenty percent corporate tax, and they'll love that seaside. You know? No, I'm not gonna do that. And we said, well, don't you get what we're saying? And he said, I don't wanna go. I don't wanna go to twenty. I want to go to fifteen and you know, we didn't put in why not getting fifty nine zero. The. Good sorry. Yeah. Because like businesses just pass on the taxes to the workers and the and the consumers anyway, so it's just a hidden tax and luck also, you're you're so right. You know, you you understand this economics? Very well. You know, when you have a capital gains the dividend tax. And then you have a corporate tax on top of that. You're you're basically double charging taxation, right? Because, you know, think about it as if a company let's say makes a hundred million dollars for profits. Let's say it's apple and then the first thing that happens is the government was taking a forty percents cut off of that. And then from there, you know, then then sixty cents after tax, and let's say they pass it on in the form of dividends to their shareholders. And the shareholders have to pay a forty percent tax on that. So, you know, Trump God that was a double taxation problem. And we've we haven't eliminated the double tax problem as you suggest that we should do, but we did alleviate it because we did cut the corporate tax very substantially and so the penalty on investing and the way and. That's day that as well. Anyone was as a 4._0._1._K plan for anyone who has a an IRA plan or anyone who owns individual size. And that's my rich people. I mean over half of Americans fifty million Americans stop. So this is good for the stock market as well. I remember learning that if you analyze who ultimately pays the corporate income tax. It's the lowest twenty five percent of the economic. Yes. The lowest earners who pay the highest when they buy a sofa when they buy milk. They are paying the corporate income tax built into the product. And that to me, it's cruel like tax or it's a hidden tax. Nobody knows they're paying it. Which means the government gets a tax for free 'cause nobody complains because ultimately consumers pay, but they don't know they're paying so while you're on this role of reducing it from forty go all the way to zero and by the way, as you know, corporations therefore miss allocate capital cross out the tax dissect, which means it's a waste transactions become inefficient. And we all pay. It makes no sense economically whatsoever. Yeah. Not gonna make additional argument that Larry cudlow used to make a lot. And I think there's a lot of truth to that. So one of our Larry always used to say and Trump sort of saying to that when cutting the corporate income tax is a middle class tax cut. Now, people may wonder what what does that mean? How can that be that when you cut the tax on corporations that that worker Spanish and the answer to that is you know, what what drives higher wages for workers over time. You know, the reason I always ask my, you know, high school and college students, why is it that a let's say college an American is paid ever suasion America's thirty dollars an hour, whereas the average wage and the United States I mean, and that's eight dollars an hour. And the reason one of the major reasons for that as Americans have more capital to work with more computers. More more technology tractors trucks things like that. That makes them, you know, a more productive. And so as you cut the corporate tax rate. You get businesses to win bash more on us businesses. Invest more that means that the benefits of that Investment cO to the workers. And so we're seeing that now in the form of wages vising wages have not risen as much as we'd like to see them yet. I do anticipate you know, that in the next three and six months as we continue afraid of very tight labor market wages are going to start to rise. I I'm fairly an and make that prediction. I feel pretty confident that you know, you're seeing that this week, by the way, you saw what happened with Amazon Amazon has two hundred and fifty thousand workers across the country. The one of the biggest employers in the nation and their increase in their wage rate their starting wage rate to fifteen dollars an hour. And the reason they're doing that is because of the competitive pressures they need to they need to pay workers. More workers will leave WalMart with a million workers has increased their way trade to eleven dollars an hour targets raise their wage rate. Many of the restaurant chains. Disney has raised their wage rates to you're starting to see the effects of a theater tighter labor market in the form of higher middle class wages for workers. And that's a positive thing. And what's the magic of that is we have a market place in forced minimum wage. It's a minimum wage. Yes. Because you cannot get away with a lower wage to workers will quit and how much healthier that is the economy when the minimum wage is market-driven not mandate driven by government. That's important point. I wanna I wanna have punctuate that point that you just made because, you know, not no sooner did that bazo is the CEO of Amazon announced that he was going to raise his way traitress workers to fifteen dollars hour. Did you see what he did next? No. He said, I am going to go to Washington, and require that every business raise their, you know, have an increase in the federal minimum wage. Now think about the impact of that know, Jeff Bezos has a company that is now valued at a trillion dollars. Did you see their market capitalizations one trillion? Of course, they were their massive massive company now in in in know, consumer goods and services what what they wanna do. Now that they are. They are paying fifteen dollars an hour. They wanna have other smaller competitors. You know, there are companies that they compete with that don't have a trillion dollars. They seen against small companies that have ten thousand dollars in the Bank. They can't afford fifteen dollars an hour. So Jeff Bezos is doing he's not he's not some kind of altruistic saying wouldn't want everybody to raise their wage to fifteen dollars an hour. He's drying trying to use government. It's big business and big government. Trying to drive the little guy out of the equation. That's one of the reasons. You sort of this by saying you've had the longest funding libertarian show in the country. And congratulations to that. I'm a libertarian myself. And and most cases, you know, government does not help the little guy at squashes the little guy. That's why WalMart WalMart was a strong supporter of ObamaCare because it already had had was paying that. And it was at a competitive disadvantage. If wanted a force it's smaller competitors to pay as generous a healthcare system as they were paying. So they so they would put them out of business. Walmart did the same thing in two thousand and nine or eleven with ObamaCare. I'll give you another example because this is a really important lesson gutting the government does not help the little guy squashed us a little guy. And I'll give you another example back when we paid passed the Dodd Frank financial regulation Bill, I'm banks. The imposed huge class for Bank lending institutions, but all the big banks, like Wells Fargo and city and so on very much in favor of that. Because they they could absorb the costs of these higher regulations..

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"club growth" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on WSB-AM

"He wanted my endorsement and the ice saw his club for gross score he told me and he would be taking that to the senate jeff flake was going to the senate he was the club for roufs candidate he was at the club for growth then he was the one of the i think three people in the house of representatives in his was the longest he was the longestserving member of the house of representatives would they 100 percent lifetime score for the club for growth and he was going to go to the senate like that so we got to the senate and what happened wool in 2013 he had an eighty four percent score on the club for ruth's card woods the senate he was actually below mitch mcconnell in two thousand fourteen he headed ninety percent now that sounds great but when you consider all the things the club growth scores it really was it in fact he had let's see where we're flake here yep the in fact flake was lower than a number of people who had worst lifetime scores than him so it sounded really good but it was it chuck grassley for example has a lifetime score of eighty percent with the club for growth but he outperform flake in two thousand fourteen when he was on the ballot seven senators with lifetime scores lower than jeff blake's outperform jeff flake in the two thousand forty scorecard in two thousand fifteen he.

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"club growth" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Can i deadly hurricane erma racing toward florida and right now battering the turks and caicos islands dr virginia cuervo is director of disaster management vera cheese on the phone with us a dr club growth thanks so much for joining us up erma is the strongest hurricane on record to google over the turks and caicos what are the conditions like where you are right now better correct i agree where you're an thing hurricane quoc vinh through a good start thinking 'cause ira uh as you are aware we are moti island that skinny had three partly experiencing death uh wins have really pick up a very strong at the moment this is just the beginning you expecting a whole lot worse over the next few hours yeah thriller embu win probably about likely to intensify in the next few hours and it will laugh and to provide early tomorrow morning one preparations have you made on your island we had initially issued an evacuation order for who off our island smaller island presecutor aid and we activated on national emergency operations center in providence cialis and i i lend emergency operations centers were also activated shelters have been opened from yesterday five pm in anticipation that we might get some flooding in an innovation heartened may wish to evacuate early what do you see as the biggest dangers spaces the islanders will you are the true to jayco says this is getting ready to uh given the predicted level up from third we can expect some inundation mln because we are coastal and um the beaches we are expecting some storm surge along the coast line when you see the recruited bermuda is not too far away worried that it could be the same situation was the church.

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"club growth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The potential to i come from real i don't know why but i think they need to be thing making progress now i garici i'm wondering if you're watching the stealing dollars closely as we are it is a very very close to that eighty sent mark there we haven't seen these levels in years and what we're hearing from interesting thought from poblacht some of red hsbc that every five percent rise in the australian currency equals a quarter percent rate hike what economic i am it it incurred inanity i think the mountain gog getting a little too hadn't going into concrete dollar level iran about i cannot go and conduct around up at eight twenty true there are on the him and i think the the issue the new neutral right coming could not been i think the mocking probably getting a little bit asked for the immediate increasing right content the tank could negative effect but and an art deco throw or you gets enough then too short the osce and perhaps the kiwi the would've been on a bit of a down on mm time certainly looking telling the cooking at on the id the pig i couldn't level what are you in in terms of where do you see the headwinds that are really here for the emerging markets what do see the the the growth in the us accusing the thing they're now china japan and and europe's growing strongly that the us lacking on that front and the your ankle economy and nitric upping curriculum life around china recoil fiu they can't get their act together and thought to be regulate more transparent mocking there i think that could be lawn and end of lease that surround the appropriate on that club growth well we haven't tech whites had especially with that very optimistic athlete of data added china this week but thank you so much for now derek mumford wound check back in with you risk advise you buy tricked capital coming up here on bloomberg daybreak asia this is this is a bloomberg green business report president trump took office vowing to revive the coal industry fortunes but so far the smart money has been on clean energy an index of forty publicly traded companies that benefit from reduced fossilfuel use is up twenty percent this year that's more than double the sp 500's nine point eight percent gain and better than the eight.

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"club growth" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Was to a conquer the coal mines of the don bus eastern ukraine but reaching further to uh get hold of the northern caucuses and their beck and a very rich oilfields my club growth me by cool and so that it was the uh vital resources that that that where at at the center of operation blue and uh army group a uh uh actually uh feel that the the much bigger fighting force and and army group be that was diverted to uh stalingrad as operation blue was underway by put up on the go where the smallest force however something changed along the way and i believe it had to do with this mythic appeal to symbolic appeal of stalingrad denominator and the fact that it is named after stalin uh hitter imagined stalingrad with comprised as his words of one million fanatic bolshevik as he called it and in fact the city have half the population and you know a fraction of them were communist but the imagination so he he here stalingrad an imaginative essentially the la standing soviet uh fortress and uh an and he early on committed to conquering stalingrad and so he uh the to the german media the german media all very self confident and proclaimed that style and god will be one they already proclaim it to be the decisive battle of the second world war uh in july august nineteen forty two and spending got becomes this incredible media that may be the biggest media battle of the second world war in total everyone around the world is is tuned in british workers congregate and pop in september forty two in october forty two and they breakfast listen to um the voices coming from grabbed the reporters are allowed to be in the vicinity of report trump they're so everyone is to and everyone realizes that this is uh.

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"club growth" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Which i think is is the right plan for america oh i want to give you my full support and endorsement i hope it doesn't hurt you muster norman rows norman is wanting in the district in south carolina whoever wins this runoff tomorrow will likely very likely be the next congressman from that district and while you actually gobi but beyond that you'll also be winning in the future is it's a pretty solidly republican c correct is is this was this great recovered concede sits may big josh and now and i think people buying into the message and i want to give a shout out from club growth that had not been for them to contact the trial while you should spend of six hundred thousand dollars to beat me you've been a tough race but the the conservative coming out of woodworking excited or we appreciate we're gonna we saw the best tomorrow and this is getting the fifth distract south carolina ralph norman if you want to get the freedom caucus supporting member in that seat thank you for being with us ralph and we wish you the best tomorrow will follow closely thank you so much appreciate your daughter and he said any times are eight hundred nine for one sean toll free telephone number tracy is in texas a liberal tracy hi how are you glad you called i'm doing pretty good hey saw them but i i'll give it to another pound to be labeled you forgive me but the thing i'm i'm a lift our you will look for i ask a question and i'm not i'm not actually i thought okay who did you vote for in the last three elections for president would elect i voted for hillary for bombing obama now so you'll have to make me a moderate sediment while because there's nothing moderate but there's nothing moderate about obama hillary and you just for my point and everybody that's listening right now is laughing because i took many what you think when you asked me but that was the choice that may be or who they who their opponent what right i got a and undergoing his liberal so afraid i'm a conservative i have no fear saying i am a concern i go but trump is not well excuse me excuse me i i beg to differ the policies he ran on now a an originalist on the supreme court on energy independence eliminating regulation.

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"club growth" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on KTRH

"Deal find anything in the president's agenda that you disagreeing with right now absolutely ma may look you he's been in office four hundred ten to fifteen days look what he's done to change his this the the direction of this country with their gorsuch he's right on that what what he's done a regulation to everyone spared proposes cutting to and just excited about serving wittman and we got to nydia rhinos and and people who say one thing backhoe as mr polk does does completely different when he gets in office in on state level and that's why my serve them the federal level and backed up his his plan for this country which uh i think is is the right plan of america oh i want to give you my full support and endorsement i hope it doesn't hurt you muster norman ralph norman as wanting in the fist district in south carolina whoever wins this runoff tomorrow will likely very likely be the next congressman from that district and while you actually will be but beyond that you'll also be winning in the future is it's a pretty solidly republican c correct this is this was this great concede ever since may be josh and now and i think people are buying into the message and and i just want to give a shout out the club growth that had not been for them to compact the trial lawyers suits and of six hundred thousand dollars to beat me identified upright but uh the concert coming out of the woodwork excited or we appreciate it we're gonna wish all the best tomorrow and this is again the fifth district south carolina ralph norman if you want to get the freedom caucus supporting member in that seat thank you for being with us ralph and we wish you the best tomorrow will follow closely thank you so much appreciate your endorse any any.

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"club growth" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Do you find anything in the president's agenda that you disagreeing with right now absolutely ma may look issue new he's been in office four hundred ten to fifteen days look what he's done to change his this the the direction of this country with their gorsuch he's right on that what what he's done a regulation to everyone near proposes cutting to and just excited about serving whitman and we got to many rhinos and people who say one thing backhoe as mr folk does does completely different when he gets in office and home state level and that's why my serving the federal level and backed up his plan to this country which uh i think is is the right plan of america oh i want to give you my full support and endorsement i hope it doesn't hurt you must norman rows norman this morning in the district in south carolina whoever wins this runoff tomorrow will likely very likely be the next congressman from that district and while you actually will be but beyond that you'll also be winning in the future is it's a pretty solidly republican c correct this is this is this great republicans concede ever sits may be josh and now and i think the people are buying into the message and and i just want to give a shout out the club growth that had not been for them to compact the trial while you sleep a six hundred thousand dollars to beat me you've been a tough race but of the conservatives are coming out of the woodwork excited or we appreciate it we're gonna wish all the best tomorrow and this is again the fifth district south carolina ralph norman if you want to get the freedom caucus supporting member in that seat thank you for being with us ralph and we wish you the best tomorrow will follow closely thank you so much appreciate your endorsing any.

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"club growth" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Get into a rape like that you know it's going to be split the democrat within knob thirty year old guy he came in and he he ran a pretty good race he had money poured into that rage from all over the country democrat put that on a target list early result i was getting results until after midnight early results was he was doing really well on some of the county could real wall many how to pacific drop off laid out late in the evening and drop below that fifty percent to require the the runoff and karen handle is going to be the republican in that racial be head to head and look at she should win but look at that was the rated also pitted republicans against republicans to to a large degree club growth came in they were not supporting karen handle and they poured a lot of money into that race so it it had kind of government republicans if you will versus the club grow republican the establishment one so we'll see if they can unite in club growth of they're going to get behind karen handle though up to see if they do but there's no reason that the republicans shouldn't keep that but but the the democrats made too much of this you know in terms of thinking they were going to unseat the republican in that district or is it you are just on the publicity around this well they had that this is a this is the district that donald trump was not well liked in any as not polled real well if they are very educated white ish trick and and donald trump did not do real well they're like i said he only one by one point in that congressional deep so feat that they thought it could pick up it's very difficult path to get over fifty percent and look at i i will say i am still a little concerned and i think republicans will keep the seat but they're going to have to unite the party because look it or slop got nearly fifty percent of.

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"club growth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"club growth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of weeks his campaign with the country abandoned the kind of elite and and not landed and he took anonymous hall to create gonna learning along with the brother that you don't really one of five campaign so we'll see another influx of money there i talk to the club growth chairman last week on putting internal that that they're on a knack state so it over and but the real question is if hillary clinton when the margin is is going to matter because he when i just a couple of points you can see the others like marco rubio into board and and potentially i had to me in pennsylvania hang on to those republican eight but if hillary clinton had a little blowout here it could be very hard with the senators to stop the weighed down balance and that's what i wanted a points in that i because you are your analysis is correct the trump campaign right now i can't find the candidate is saying contradictory things all the time is conduct at gattis burke over on over the weekend making his closing remark was bizarre and i'm being to play matter care bizarre grievances said gattis part it is very strange but that's dry game the republican party down and over the next fourteen days at some point i'm guessing the republican party is going to have to defend itself because i do not now see at defending itself you if you speak correctly that individual senators are doing what they can to hold on but they're all caught with this contradiction do i continue your support donald j trump candidacy knowing that he is disapprove of the disapproval of his of his campaign and the odd remarks that he's making our either i came making people not one of vote for me or key are making people stay home there's the threat married people not voting well the other the right to and i discussed the football on the show today the threat to the house in because we're looking to mckay abc news.

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