18 Burst results for "David Bonds"

"david bonds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"david bonds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Austin Goolsby and David bonds it is with us father of Elizabeth Warren how're presidency would destroy the middle class and the the American dream can you imagine David no oil and gas no internal combustion engine it's a live part of our economy but every democratic candidate some support some part of this madness how dumb is that well and that's one thing we are back to the subject we were discussing with awesome before I would get all bomb a credit that he he still allow for fracking on private land so that he could out some job growth during his administration I go through all the numbers in my book and lay out that the positive job growth that we did have a nearby me yours sh what book was all from either the director interact implications of American energy renaissance and four others reported Bernie Sanders and others to be running on a platform which again would undermine now put them up far to the left of the Obama Biden years it's something I'm very critical of them for shining or can you check can I imagine if they were to get away with that way if they were to get rid of the oil and gas and the truth is that guys like you and me could not imagine it we're not the ones that have to actually pay attention dark all right all right all right last word Austin I'm sure you want to get rid of oil and gas I'm sure you don't want us to be energy independent anymore right Austin at that that's not my GM a you know as as you know my my parents are are out in West Texas and I think there is a lot of clean energy that could be great for the economy but that I don't go so far as to say it was banned who will let's ban fracking because I think it would it would have a negative economic impact I what the only thing I wonder about the economy is whether the twenty twenty election is going to end up being about the economy or is it going to be like the twenty eighteen mid term where the economic conditions were strong but all other issues like healthcare and stuff like that ended up becoming the dominant factors I think that it's worth us thinking about that all right Austin Goolsby two days to go if I have to step in again I will get off the phone and I got a call them right now thank you David thank you eight hundred nine four one Shawn are let's get back to our busy telephones New York well we won't be paying probably as much attention to win to order and sixty five days maybe some of the congressional races for shore Oscott standing by Scott how are you glad you called and we welcome aboard think shark I had a question for you yes Sir I seem somewhat in disbelief that Joe Biden could even qualified to run for office I don't understand that I mean the the man self professors are bribery and extortion so can you several white on that and then how does the populace gets a candidate like that removed you know it's funny because it with all this Ukrainian nonsense and yet yeah Joe Biden there's no credible person ever and and the mob in the media basically state run the NC propaganda Pravda for crying out loud and they just you know protect everything radical extreme democratic socialist you know in spite of all of that I think the American people saw Joe Biden on tape bragging you're not getting the billion unless you're fired the prosecutor investigating my zero experience on paid millions I think they figured it out and I think that the biggest Ukrainian loser was Joe Biden and a you know add to that I mean you you can't even make this up the not the things that he says yeah I I I I can't even believe to the second what he did to this young girl and that's only the latest you know you're a lion dog faced pony soldier so how do you explain the performance in Iowa and.

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Huawei leak prompts sacking of UK defense minister Gavin Williamson

FT Politics

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Huawei leak prompts sacking of UK defense minister Gavin Williamson

"On Wednesday. Good evening and Email dropped into the inbox of Westminster's journalists. It was a curt letter from Theresa May to govern Williamson and nounce that he has been some rarely sacked from the cabinet following an inquiry into the unprecedented leak from the national Security Council. The prime minister had lost trust and faith in the Defense Secretary. But he has refused to go quietly. Mr. Williamson has sworn on the lives of his children that he was not responsible for the leak about Hawaii's involvement in the UK five G network. But will we find out whether he was responsible so David bond, we were sitting here last week talking about this leaking quasi on weather, and who might be responsible. And we never thought that we would get to the bottom of it. Because these leaking quite happen. All the time in why toll under snow me too, many people with access to the privileged information to point of finger to SEIs ity to say this person was to blame. But clearly in this situation to ISA may has come to the conclusion that was no. No other viable explanation. It had to miss the Williamson. And even if he denies it. She lost faith, and that was it. Yes. Absolutely. And while lots of people at the time of the leak would pointing the finger at Gavin Williamson in a sense, he wasn't a surprise to emerges the potential coporate here with that. Of course, he does deny it. I think it tells you just how seriously it was being treated inside number ten and by the cabinet secretary Simone said will. And I think there's a reason why it was being treated so seriously and nice because it was a leak from the national Security Council. You know, we've used to leaks of cabinet many times over the years, but this felt like a different level of seriousness around that. So some said we're really wanted to make sure that he investigated thoroughly in someone pay the price. So love shames d we know that to east main met with Mr. Williamson at five PM yesterday. And she put forward this evidence to him and the key bit. The Abbas has pointed the finger towards Mr. Williamson's eleven minute phone call between him and the journalist on the daily. Allographs who wrote the story, and Mr. Williamson has said that phone call was about other matters. We can speculate what might be. But really nobody knows a puff from him and the journalist, and he is completely denied that was what was discussed on that phone. Call after half an hour of backwards and forwards with the PM, essentially, she said that he hadn't engaged with the Enquirer. There was no explanation must have been ham.

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"david bonds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"About everything. Find out right now. Here's everything you wanted. Eric. He's just being nice because it's Christmas and I threatened him. Hey, Alvin guess what? What it's Wednesday. It's Wednesday Wednesday. Don't you know? Okay tonight. I'm going to be in Newnan, Georgia. Okay. It's not a long flight. But I gotta get there by well. The event is seven o'clock in noon, Georgia south, I believe of the airport, south of Atlanta proper. But I'm going to be talking about Donald drains the swamp, and I'm going to be signing books and chatting with people. I was there last year around Christmas. And it is the sweetest little town outside of Atlanta is just so sweet. And the people are so sweet. And I'm sure they're changed now. But I'm hoping they're not. So I'll be there tonight. But but that's Newnan Georgia. But but. We got other things we've gotta talk. We got a lot of things tomorrow night to be on the Shannon bream show. That's Thursday night the twenty nine th that's tomorrow night. Shannon bream because I'm gonna be in DC tomorrow. And I'm going to be on the Shannon bream show. You're going to go in the studio and his studio in Washington DC. You'll be I take it. I hope not. And then the next day Friday. I come back to New York. But Shannon, also goes to New York. Oh, and she does her show from New York. So I'm going to be on her show Friday night as well. At least. That's what they told me back, Eric sometimes they kick here. You know? They just like, yeah. We got somebody else. So I don't know. But I'm just saying I'm excited about that. In our one today. That's right now, like eight minutes, we have Jennifer Lal or Leyla will have to ask her. But she's got a film out about women. Donate their eggs. Right. The imperial a young women. Get paid a lot of money. Okay. And they actually they don't donate. They purchase a young woman's eggs. So that they can have. Okay. I'll find out about all you'll find out in a couple of minutes. She's gonna be on the phone, but it's actually very troubling. And it's very important. And I hope people will listen if you have girls that are either college age or younger you want to know about this stuff. In our two we're talking to the genius economist David bonds and we've had him on before he's affiliated the King's College. He's a genius. And I am I really look for any time. I get to talk to him. He's he's just incredible. We are doing our campaign for CSI Christian solidarity international, they help people around the world who are being viciously horribly persecuted in many cases, enslaved trying to get that through your head and slaved for their Christian faith, Muslim radicals believe in slavery. And this is one of the reasons I'm a Christian Christianity teaches you. Slavery is wrong. Okay. And don't give me any baloney that are Christians were slave owners. Like, that's another conversation. But I'm saying that Christians have always taught slavery is wrong. The first abolitionists were Christians and on and on and on and on there are people being enslaved by Muslim radicals all throughout. Sudan Syria right now CSI helps them literally for two hundred dollars. This. This is crazy for two hundred and fifty dollars. You can redeem a slave now, we're not this is not slavery in quotes. Right. This is not sex trafficking. Where people argue about is it released slavery. I mean, I think it is. But people can argue about it. Well, this is actual slavery. I I hardly wanna think about it. But you can redeem somebody from slavery for two hundred and fifty dollars anything you give of course, is can can help the situation. But it's it's just stunning people are being killed for their faith in Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, you know, the case of Asia BB horrible stuff going on CSI to my mind is the premier organization in being on the ground in dangerous areas. Figuring out ways to help these people. Right. So if you have two hundred fifty dollars, you're not going to be able to go to Sudan and be able to redeem a slave because we wouldn't begin to know how to do such a thing, but CSI has people who are doing this. So I wanna say. If you're able to give this tremendous organization, we don't care what you give. I say this.

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"david bonds" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"This is the best of back david bonds and the author of crisis of responsibility david french did forward ford it's an it's an exceptional book and and david is here to continue the conversation david before we before we move off of the the personal responsibility one of the reasons why we're having that we may have real trouble in the future is because all of us or many of us have have decided that we're going to take the easier route for one reason or another and you point out that one of the pig signs is the disability insurance that we're now on the record numbers and how that's just not possible to be real well i mean it would require a certain leap of faith that is somewhat staggering medically because one hundred percent of the seven hundred percent increase in disability claims over the last eight years is limited to the area of back pain and anxiety so somehow you have to believe that there has been absolutely no increase in anything organic or oregon related neurological cardio respiratory all of these things and yet it just simply comes down to the two areas where any doctor can write a note and and get somebody out so it's really quite distressing it is because it's a seven hundred percent increase yeah well seven hundred percent in just eight years i mean the numbers going back for a generation or either far worse than even that and and and we and that tracking those using social security and what is this what is this telling you david it's telling me that we have right now segments of the society that is comfortable to live off the public dole not work receive compensation for it and to do so with highly questionable claims about their own physical and mental health and the reason for that is the underlying breakdown morality and breakdown of of dayton itchy that is embedded in a work ethic in the very work ethic that made america the greatest nation on earth so you viewpoint out early in the book that we are addicted to blame and until we start taking responsibility for ourselves we're we're just going to get worse and worse where do we begin well one of the things you know i believe very much as is the case of of most really a stellar recovery programs for those who have wrestled with personal demons that of course the very first step is to admit you have a problem and that's one of the reasons i suggest in the book that the admitting we're in this position and stopping the blame casting the next time see i'm a conservative limited government advocate but the next time the government does something that really bothers me i want to be able to stop and say okay the government can be wrong here but what else could be going on not just simply rely on the fact that big government is always in forever the permanent recipient of my frustration iron boy and likewise that person who has been fired from a couple of corporate jobs in his personally very vindictive at corporate america to always assume they're sort of default psychology is that the man is out to get him so to speak breaking down that mentality in our personal lives but recognizing that we in fact have it and i wish very much as a right wing guy this was something that the left had a monopoly on right actually think that the hat for many years k hang on we're gonna we're going to pick it up there the author of crisis of responsibility glenn beck mercury honululu is newsradio thirty three cage vh.

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"david bonds" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is the best of back david bonds and the author of crisis of responsibility david french did the forward ford it's an it's an exceptional book and david is here to continue the conversation david before we before we move off of the the personal responsibility one of the reasons why we're having that we may have real trouble in the future is because all of us or many of us have have decided that we're going to take the easier route for one reason or another and you point out that one of the pig signs is the disability insurance that we're now on the record numbers and how that's just not possible to be real well i mean it would require a certain leap of faith that if somewhat staggering medically because one hundred percent of the seven hundred percent increase in disability claims over the last eight years is limited to the area of back pain and anxiety so so somehow you have to believe that there has been absolutely no increase in anything being organic or oregon related neurological cardio respiratory all these things and yet it just simply comes down to the two areas where any doctor can write a note and and get somebody out so it's really quite distracting because it's a seven hundred percent increase yeah well seven hundred percent in just a years i mean the numbers going back for a generation or even a far worse than even that and and and we and that tracking those using social security and what is this what is this telling you david it's telling me that we have right now segments of the society that is comfortable to live off the public dole not work receive compensation for it and to do so with highly questionable claims about their own physical and mental health and that the reason for that is the underlying breakdown morality and breakdown of of dignity that is embedded in a work ethic the very work ethic that made america the greatest nation on earth so you viewpoint out early in the book that we are addicted to blame and until we start taking responsibility for ourselves where we're just going to get worse and worse where do we begin well one of the things you know i i believe very much as is the case of of most really a stellar recovery programs for those who have wrestled with personal demons that of course the very first step is to admit you have a problem and that's one of the reasons i suggest in the book that the admitting we're in this position and stopping the blame casting the next time see i'm a conservative limited government advocate but the next time the government does something that really bothers me i want to be able to stop and say okay the government can be wrong here but what else could be going on not just simply rely on the fact that big government is always in forever the permanent recipient of my frustration iron and likewise that person who has been fired from a couple of corporate jobs in his personally very vindictive at corporate america to always assume they're sort of default psychology is that the man is out to get him so to speak breaking down that mentality in our personal lives but recognizing that we in fact have it and i wish very much as a right wing guy this was something that the left data monopoly on right actually think that the hat for many years k hang on we're gonna we're gonna pick it up there the author of crisis of responsibility glenn beck mercury six hundred w r e c traffic coming from the wolf chase toyota studio we'll chase toyota once again memphis is number one volume store who's like the stall has cleared the head the on ramp blocked to forty westbound inbound mariah moving good both directions there we cleared the forty westbound crashes been there so long your canada road out east still have the eastbound crash near i sixty four estimated time or clearing donna and that's about another forty five minutes also have a crash homes wrote itamar one quinton white station still in the mart winchester i'm ali would hendrickson the traffic center he's a fox thirteenth weather update those who are in the eighties across mid south african ninety five feeling like one of the heat advisory until ten o'clock for this evening's remember stay hydrated apply sunscreen and look before he locked the next several days rocky butler temperatures of rising rate here's your forecast of five.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WTVN

"This is the best of back david bonds and the author of crisis of responsibility david french did the forward ford it's an it's an exceptional book and and david is here to continue the conversation david before we before we move off of the the personal responsibility one of the reasons why we're having is that we we may have real trouble in the future is because all of us or many of us have have decided that we're going to take the easier route for one reason or another and you point out that one of the big signs is the disability insurance that we're now on the record numbers and how that's just not possible to be real well i mean it would require a certain obedient faith that is somewhat staggering medically because one hundred percent of the seven hundred percent increase in disability claims over the last eight years is limited to the area of back pain and anxiety so somehow you have to believe that there has been absolutely no increase in anything organic or oregon related neurological cardio respiratory all these things and yet it just simply comes down to the two areas where any doctor can write a note and and get somebody out so it's really quite distracting it is because it's a seven hundred percent increase yeah well seven hundred percent in just eight years i mean the numbers going back for a generation or even a far worse than even that and and and we and that tracking those using social security what is this what is this telling you david it's telling me that we have right now segments of the society that is comfortable to live off the public dole not work receive compensation for it and to do so with highly questionable claims about their own physical and mental health and that the reason for that is the underlying breakdown morality and breakdown of of dignity that is embedded in a work ethic the very work ethic that made america the greatest nation on earth so you viewpoint out early in the book that we are addicted to blame and until we start taking responsibility for our selves were we're just going to get worse and worse where do we begin well one of the things that you know i i believe very much as is the case of of most really a stellar recovery programs for those who have wrestled with personal demons that of course the very first step is to admit you have a problem and that's one of the reasons i suggest in the book that the admitting we're in this position and stopping the blame casting the next time see i'm a conservative limited government advocate but the next time the government does something that really bothers me i want to be able to stop and say okay the government can be wrong here but what else could be going on not just simply rely on the fact that big government is always in forever the permanent recipient of my frustration iron boy and likewise that person who has been fired from a couple of corporate jobs and his personally very vindictive at corporate america to always assume they're sort of default psychology is that there is a man is out to get him so to speak breaking down that mentality in our personal lives but recognizing that we in fact have it and i wish very much as a right wing guy this was something that the laugh data monopoly on right that they had for many years k hang on we're gonna we're gonna pick it up there the author of crisis of responsibility glenn beck mercury newsradio six ten wtvn.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WTVN

"It's tuesday april tenth you're listening to the glenn beck program david bonds is a is a guy who wrote a book called crisis of responsibility our cultural addiction to blame and how you can cure it and it is really really good david is a guy who was more of an economist was going to write a book on the meltdown of two thousand eight what was really to blame if you will on that what we haven't done as we haven't really done anything to fix it we've only made it worse but as he started to get into it he realized that we have a crisis of responsibility and we welcome david to the program i'm doing great glenn good to be with you this great book really really fascinating and really well written i want to kind of get into the to the meat of a lot of it and just kind of go over some of the the points in your book i explained the the crisis of responsibility explained the theory of just that yeah i mean essentially in line with how you sort of set it up there was a underlying theme out of the financial crisis and it really has sort of been baked into the american understanding of what took place that there was some great big infraction that took place and if you're left of center you believe that infraction came out of wall street and if you're right of center you believe that infraction came from government fannie mae freddie mac maybe even federal reserve monetary policy and and there's a certain kind of prima facie truth to to both sides wall street had it's fair share of negligence and and most certainly government housing policy contributed greatly but the problem was that both narratives whether on the right or left we're perfectly willing to treat main street as a victim of the crisis and to totally ignore main streets culpability in the crisis and so as i studied further and further it became just too easy and too simplistic to say the big greedy bankers were giving money to people and then those people really wanted to pay it back and just couldn't and the government was was asleep at the wheel and forcing the banks to do this and so forth and so on there was all kinds of policy failure.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WRVA

"It's tuesday april tenth you're listening to the glenn beck program david bonds and is a is a guy who wrote a book called crisis of responsibility our cultural addiction to blame and how you can cure it and it is really really good david is a guy who was more of an economist was going to write a book on the meltdown of two thousand eight what was really to blame if you will on that what we haven't done because we haven't really done anything to fix it we've only made it worse but as he started to get into it he realized that we have a crisis of responsibility and we welcome david to the program i'm doing great glenn good to be with him this great book really really fascinating and really well written i wanna kind of get into the to the meat of a lot of it and just kind of go over some of the the points in your book i explained the the crisis of responsibility explained the the theory of just that yeah i mean essentially in line with how you sort of set it up there was a underlying theme out of the financial crisis and it really has sort of been baked into the american understanding of what took place that there was some great big infraction that took place and if you're left of center you believe that infraction came out of wall street and if you're right of center you believe that infraction came from government fannie mae freddie mac maybe even federal reserve monetary policy and and there's a certain kind of prima facie truth to to both sides wall street had it's fair share of negligence and and most certainly government housing policy contributed greatly but the problem was that both narratives whether on the right or left we're perfectly willing to treat main street as a victim of the crisis and to totally ignore main streets culpability in the crisis and so as i studied further and further it became just too easy and too simplistic to say that big greedy bankers were giving money to people and then those people really wanted to pay it back and just couldn't and the government was was asleep at the wheel and forcing the banks to do this and so forth and so on there was all kinds of policy.

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"david bonds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"One of the top advisors in the country by barron's financial times forge others thus i was very very surprised to see david write a book crisis of responsibility i just tweeted it out our cultural addiction to blame and how you can cure at the forward is by david french choice quitting earlier on his calm engulfed can't control david bonds and joins me this morning he's in new york i'm on the west coast we've flipped roles here good morning david end congratulations on questions of responsibility though i'm afraid it's is very sobering oh i think that's probably true although it does uh and on a very optimistic note by the great to be with you he'll now you began to write a book about the financial crisis of two thousand eight as i read through chrysler responsibilities trying to figure out went to david have time to do this so you you're going to dive into why people in the occupied movement were yelling at you when you walk to work downtown new york and you ended up writing about the virtuous society explained the audience how that happened yet attention will be i was born out of the financial crisis and obviously there was a narrative it took hold very quickly and i imagine that the narrative it also to this day uh something along the lines of there was read on wall street and and main street got kind of screwed over because of it people lost their houses because of bad things folks on wall street were doing and at the time i was the managing director at morgan stanley arguably one of the largest investment banks on wall street lived through it up close and personal and became obsessed with the subject red over seventy books on it reviewed the vast majority of those but at some point became convinced that no one was writing the whole story there was uh nuggets of truth in all these narrative but they were really driven by plane casting based on kind of one's own partisanship their their natural alignment so the right had kind of one of two camps either government housing fandy freddie all of that type of stuff was to blame there was a little shocked that was kind of that uh federal reserve easy monetary policy was to blame and then i'm gonna ask year was the.

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"david bonds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"One of the top advisors in the country by barron's financial times forge others thus i was very very surprised to see david write a book crisis of responsibility i just tweeted it out our cultural addiction to blame and how you can cure at the forward is by david french choice quitting earlier on his calm engulfed can't control david bonds and joins me this morning he's in new york i'm on the west coast we've flipped roles here good morning david end congratulations on questions of responsibility though i'm afraid it's is very sobering oh i think that's probably true although it does uh and on a very optimistic note by the great to be with you he'll now you began to write a book about the financial crisis of two thousand eight as i read through chrysler responsibilities trying to figure out went to david have time to do this so you you're going to dive into why people in the occupied movement were yelling at you when you walk to work downtown new york and you ended up writing about the virtuous society explained the audience how that happened yet attention will be i was born out of the financial crisis and obviously there was a narrative it took hold very quickly and i imagine that the narrative it also to this day uh something along the lines of there was read on wall street and and main street got kind of screwed over because of it people lost their houses because of bad things folks on wall street were doing and at the time i was the managing director at morgan stanley arguably one of the largest investment banks on wall street lived through it up close and personal and became obsessed with the subject red over seventy books on it reviewed the vast majority of those but at some point became convinced that no one was writing the whole story there was uh nuggets of truth in all these narrative but they were really driven by plane casting based on kind of one's own partisanship their their natural alignment so the right had kind of one of two camps either government housing fandy freddie all of that type of stuff was to blame there was a little shocked that was kind of that uh federal reserve easy monetary policy was to blame and then i'm gonna ask year was the.

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"david bonds" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"I you go away number one david koresh had roughly twenty wives inside his waco compound definitely as young as twelve some say one was only eleven when he started having a sexual relationship with her former member david bonds says it when karesh took up with one girl he was quote having problems penetrating her because she was so young and little he told her to start using tampons the kind that you insert into make herself larger still think he is a victim of government harassment still think he just a proponent of freedom number two while the government admitted it could have handled waco in a better manner a federal judge dismissed a wrongful death civil lawsuit brought by branch dividians in 2000 clearing the government of any wrongdoing in the deaths of about eighty members of the religious sect during the disastrous 1993 standoff at the group's compound near waco texas number three a texas ranger testified that about three hundred assault rifles and pistols were found in the charred remains the branch davidian compound hours after the structure burned to the ground 93 roughly sixty of them over fully automatic m six teens you want a form of militia gulf war but you don't get to form an actual army unless you want a showdown with the us government and you will lose that showdown just like number four when he was 25 david was leaving with both a fourteen year old and a sixty eight year old creepy and in 1980's texas legal as long as you were married and you can still get married in texas at the age of fourteen with parental assent parental consent until just a few months ago until the law finally change growth and number five new info according to a report on the seat put together by the us justice department the branch davidian compound standoff with the atf and the fbi was quote unprecedented in the annals of american law enforcement never before had so many heavily armed and totally committed individuals barricaded themselves into a fortified compound in a direct challenge to lawful federal war sire show.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

"Dreamers and wall street the devoured they didn't even dated it series at all nor should they this one is is a little different than than that would you agree or no my right could be i i agree that very well play out a little differently but i do think of market standpoint that um the market doesn't take very serious you know they at the end of the day it very bad for our country it makes us look like pedestrian for the leader of the free world to be going through it at all is inexcusable but i think substantively the notion that the market actually thinks the guy wrote stay shut down to a point where real services are being denied and it could a even impact company earnings uh it's not something the market takes very seriously and probably for good reason and like i said this stoorikhel precedent kind of on my side to that you'd have 13 we are shut down for seventeen days this market was up two 1995 did the war famous gingrich shutdown and the i think they have acid a month the market was up so it's not a good thing don't get me wrong but i think that right now the markets responding to just all of this commotion in the bond market as well on ruined bonding unemployment's down the at this optimism in the air tax cuts are going into effect uh this confidence corporations are coming back and uh the the we're we're rolling along it's just it's just a hiccup bump in the road so to speak but i want i want people i want people to check out you book it's called crisis of responsibility and his name is david bonds in its b a h n s e and again be a h n s e n david bonds and the author of crisis of responsibility and that is the website is well crisis of responsibility dot com mr bontempi thank you for sharing your expertise you've actually clear things up for me and i just i love your positive thought process in your optimism a i i hope it's catching like like the flu everybody's getting but in a good ally i hope to optimism is the.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

"Talk lee paid year with you i apologize for that i play the wrong clip as that is on me so i was looking for i was going to play one it's as uh trump says it's great to be be in american so anyway i apologize for that but we are talking about the tax cuts and the money is coming into people right now as i said at the bottom of the hour we're going to have a special guest at to continue our talk on a finance because the market is down and other thousand thirty two points so david bounsom soon as the founder and chief investment officer the bonds in group of hightower advisers going to be coming on is also got a great book alkyl crisis of responsibility because this is confusing to a lot of people what is going on here in the united states with the market and then you hear about the nikkei and you're all about these foreign markets how they're they're starting off the dais slow and and it works its way towards us and today was supposed to be a rebound day we rebounded yesterday and we were supposed to get more back yet more back today but for some reason the markets got spooked is the term they use at that's it official wall street terms spooked and who knows white went down so hila come on david bonds in all come on and tell us why this is happening we had scott martin earlier in the week we'll have david banza now we get the professionals in here and they share their wealth of information but i don't think that people will though many of us have investments whether it's stocks whether it's mutual funds whatever it is bonds a lot of people look you know there are looking towards wall street luna hang in there had on it if you're a pensioner you not looking into wall street unless of course you're you're a union or whatever it is your company is investing in it that way that they all do but it doesn't affect your pension if you're in construction or if you're police officer firefighter state trooper things of that nature federal employees the same way but for the.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

"As well eight seven seven three six seven two five two six the team is what i'm referring to it as a team effort here they mocked me my team mox me folks you'd imagine that my team mox me but i'm okay with selfdeprecating humor i'm okay with them pick onomic just means i love me that's all this means they love me no no not in that way you know what i mean we're we're gonna talk money so it's going to take audience participation on your part because what are we talking about the tax cuts and david bonds and is going to be joining us at the bottom of the hour he's the founder and chief investment officer of the bonds group of hightower advisors he's also the author of a book crisis of irresponsibility this is all greek to me what's going on wall street the dow was down one thousand thirty two points they of four percent drop all over the place since last friday we're cruising on criminal and everything's going fine people talking about four percent gdp douaou 30000 somebody even said that's that's a little crazy but now all of a sudden everything is just swirling around but i do think that there's as a matter of fact i know there's optimism out there in america because unemployment numbers are low people are now it's february they're getting their their bonuses in now bonuses i'm sorry to get a new more money that you're taking home every week at its it's great it's great for america people love that jobless claims now it of forty five year low tax cuts are spreading across america bringing happiness to people as i said on bonn last night show you have people sending me pictures of their checks i kid you not people sent me pictures of their checks yesterday 'cause they were so happy over the extra money that they were getting i was surprised and i i talk with my neighbours many of whom are liberal and although we're we're friendly could be friends with liberals just so you know there's just a certain way you have to chat with them and certain ways you can keep them quiet too i literally have neighbor friends of mine who were very liberal who are against the tax cuts okay i've talked about some before and there are there are more now the snowbirds have come down from new york in massachusetts.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

"You could be here as well eight seven seven three six seven to five to six the team as well i'm referring to it as a team effort here they mocked me my team mox me folks could imagine that my team mox me but i'm okay with selfdeprecating humor i'm okay with them pick an army just means i love me that's all this means they love me no no not in that way you know what i mean we're gonna talk money so it's going to take audience participation on your part because what are we talking about the tax cuts and david bonds and is going to be joining us at the bottom of the hour he's the founder and chief investment officer of the bonds in group of hightower advisors he's also the author of a book crisis of irresponsibility this is all greet to me what's going on wall street the dow was down one thousand thirty two points they of four percent drop all over the place since last friday cruising a long criminal everything's going fine people are talking about four percent gdp dow 30000 somebody even said that's that's a little crazy but now all of a sudden everything is just swirling around but i do think that there's as a matter of fact i know there is optimism out there in america because unemployment numbers are low people are now it's february they're getting their their bonuses in now bonuses i'm sorry to get a new more money that you're taking home every week and it's it's great it's great for america people love that jobless claims now it of forty five year low tax cuts are spreading across the america bringing happiness to people as i said on on last night show you have people sending me pictures of their checks i kid you not people sent me pictures of their checks yesterday 'cause they were so happy over the extra money that they were getting i was surprised and i i talk with my neighbours many of whom are liberal and although we're we're friendly could be friends with liberals just so you know there's just a certain way you have to chat with them and certain ways you can keep them quiet too i literally have neighbor friends of mine who are very liberal who are against the tax cuts okay i've talked about some before there are there are more now the snowbirds have come down from new york in massachusetts.

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"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on WCTC

"Look on fox news dot com are protesting a lack of protection for illegals unbelievable which comes back to everything i always say here every night on fox news talk and why do democrats put illegals ahead of you the american people unbelievable a so we'll talk about that and the market down eight 'nother fouls in points today david bonds in who the founder and chief investment officer of the bonds in group of hightower advisers also the author of crisis of responsibility he'll join us in the second hour kind of a make it all straight force many of us don't understand what's going on five hundred up one day thousand down another day six hundred thousand it's insanity and he's going to hash at all out force and then the duly memos when will we get the dem memo when will the president that release it how much will be redacted will anything be redacted and there's the issue of a allegations against chief of staff john kelly at the white house that he allegedly turned a blind eye to abuses of his past wife rupporters past wife now john kelly is past wife so we'll talk about that big news story today a lot of allegations any truth to it one thing we can tell you is rob porter has now who is dating hope hicks is now putting for his resignation but is the damage done we'll talk about that as well we'll see what's happening there but first as we speak they are debating what to do we are what five hours and fifty one minutes away from a shutdown and things have hit a snag there's a problem and they don't know what to do okay you had a bipartisan deal to keep the government funded past midnight is it a roadblock okay you've got so senate kentucky uh excuse me senator from kentucky rand paul protesting spending hike shows of the freedom caucus protesting spending hikes as well we'll hear from some of them a little later so now we're looking at a shutdown part of what this is folks is pow jarred of i we're talking about this before the show part of what this is is power okay the president's powerful leading the house majority leader's powerful you'd think the senate majority leader's powerful even the minority leaders on the senate and house very powerful people but what's really more powerful is the.

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"david bonds" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"But i think when you look at really the start of the you know the kind of the end of the first half when jeremy a couple of big time completions to be able to get us and feel range greg had salon field ago fill goal to go up nine six a gave us some good momentum going into the half and the so we agree young lawyer who would kepco we've been in namur with all the scorning rightfully so but we've only giving up twenty four points in the past three game right so the defense's is is real yeah is david's bond we'll have more on the defense injured golfs ascension here shortly neutral dose litter those humira does who net although the jazz wars rally from a late fourthquarter deficit to keep pace atop the afc south would have twenty a wild 2017 overtime victory against our the loss religious shahjahan philip rivers is life is basically hey you're were either gonna be no sooner right they're gonna put 'em close in the position both may been closest they play the patriots back six seven years early dover tyco army close in terms of actually winning gay jay how many one possession gains have the law he would overlook aren't going back to last year's as fifteen butchered you realize is good is philip rivers still is is the end yeah and this is what happens when it comes to the and it's one of those stories wellbeing china's manager ever get out of here the new a ball the travis benjamin down the field that he had the ball in his hands and let let travis benjamin led the corners steal the ball away from him for an interception i was like what just happened there like how did that happen medium arabs deal i mean he led to take the bela demand take the ball away from him arbi he had a a thing we are situations which will strong amanda begins an.

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"david bonds" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david bonds" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Saying he won't give up on china helping out in the meantime martha with us live from our washington bureau and we heard there secretarymattis stressing diplomacy marthabut the president did say on the worlds stage today's considering some pretty severe things in his words this is a signal the whitehouse the pentagon both know time is running out indavidyou know kimjongun has to be reminded that if he escalates this he could indeed face a military response but you're absolutely right davidtime is running out because every day northkorea is working to perfect a nuclear missile capable hitting the usdavid our martharaddatz with us again tonight marthathank you here in newyorkcity tonight a stunning piece of surveillance just released a veteran newyorkcity police officer a motherofthree ambushed while she was sitting at a police vehicle abc's either pilgrim with the video that investigators have now recovered tonight the first images of the murder of officer miasoto'sfamilia a surveillance camera from across the street shows alexander bonds approached the mobile command unit fired directly at familia then run away minutes later police swarmed the scene officer familiar whose is dead because of one reason one reason only that'salexander bonds in his hatred of the police tonight we're learning what bond was doing moments before the shooting police tell abcnews he finished his shift at a fast food restaurant around 730mneighbors say he was drinking with friends around 10pm his girlfriend call 911 saying bonn was walking along the street acting or radically paranoid hours later who killed officer familia the executionstyle killing a familia comes as new nypd recruits are being sworn in perhaps your your families are questioning whether you're making the right decision today especially after yesterday's tragedy in the bronxi'm here to tell you you are making the right decision david bonds who was killed by police reportedly had mental health issues and just tonight the mayor announcing they will begin bulletproof ing all command vehicles right away.

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