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05:16 min | 4 d ago

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"Hello everybody, and thank you for tuning into deliberately report with me. Today is Daniel make. Are Co host Daniel. Deceit it you this morning Dr. Paul. Good. Radian rare and ago. Solve the were world's problems and talk a little bit about Corona Vars. You know that's a subject around for a little bit. It isn't the krona viruses. The deal is the consequence of the fearmongering Is the consequence of what has been the effect on our liberties Now, that's that's the big deal because it's ongoing but maybe we see a sign of hope right now and we'll talk a little bit about a poll a recent poll that. Came out half decent. So but you know the big thing over the weekend from the news that I watched was. How hard can the far left come down on trump for the way he reacted early on in the first part of the year when he heard there was a virus and. The scenario is that he he knew about it it was very serious and then he ignored doing anything about it and I got to thinking we know the first month or two nobody knew much about it and it was all misinformation and I can imagine. Trump saying. This sounds pretty serious. We need to take this well I. think that's a pretty good reaction because even those of us who have a different opinion on how to handle it, handle it we don't dismiss the fact that is a serious problem. What are we going do to protect the elderly in the nursing homes like that so but but trump sorta. You know new new immediately. He had to be serious and he early on did do some. In quarantine people coming into the country and you could argue the pros and cons on that. But at least it wasn't like he totally ignored it and. Then later on, you know He. He came down on the side of doing more but the left thinks that he did too little too late and he's guilty and he caused people to die I. think they're over the top and I think that even this makes sense to me on on the how. I can understand how he he how he handled it recognizing it was serious and not..

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05:07 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Report. With me today's Daniel Mike Adams are co hosting. Good to see you today. How are you this morning Dr Paul good feeling weak and ready and raring to go. That's right. Solve another problem. Couple I've been saying that for a long time. His hard to measure and I think that is the truth when we're in this type of business or no matter what kind of freedom group it is you never know what the results are I keep thinking about all the young people that call me the have their own little organization that somebody say, why don't you go on there? They only have two, thousand, two, thousand I used to go for twenty. So. There's a lot of people out there a lot of changes. So that's where I get my optimism. So that's why we keep plugging along. Do our best to get the information is sorted out because you know we usually find some good news people move in our direction. I think we have a little bit of that today. At least information we have the CDC report. Which is Falling our way and that trying to explain that the data's not reliable. And also, that there are some results in Berlin in Europe we're showing that to people are rebellious. Actually better than the Americans are. Rolling over here you know. Adam Dick are staffer written article really goes over this details about what's going on on our car colleges not destroying people then you know we still. Nervously have some in our family still into. Regular teaching business and kids in regular schools, and it is just devastated tried to raise kids doing this and I. It seems like it's deliberately to really get you up. Especially, if you have kids at different ages and different schools and then they take a break it up some his home, some is doing this and some of your ten classes and it's a good good way to make people nervous and the kids to there's not only parents who have to hustle has to be the kids to get all upset about this because they believe it or not kids like to be organized and they like it when people give them a little bit of help structure nor they're going to do but we WANNA go over. The CDC report and this is really something that. We suspected we talk about we knew it existed, but this is some..

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04:47 min | Last month

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"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the Liberty Report. With Me Today Chris Rosanna. Host Chris Welcome to the program. Morning great to be with Dr Paul Good. I thought it would be very appropriate to talk a big event that's ongoing. A lot of people talking by a lot of people have their different interpretations. We have hours and that has to do with the economy, of course. The other big issue that's going on is the corona virus and Lo and behold there's a connection there and everybody now trying to figure out who to blame they they're blaming the virus. Four. This because it's costing a lot of money and and there were a lot of very statistics since there take. For instance, the GDP want to put up a chart here about the GDP because it's so dramatic look at that last part of that chart that's straight you red line down it's a it's a record breaker and it tells you they talk about things fallen off a cliff I, that's a pretty good description for that the market and the are Connie fell off a cliff stock market's doing great. The social is Doing fantastically, certain segments are benefiting I'm sure the banks are going to be able to, and if you happen to be in the business of making vaccine, you might be able to make a lot of money and. So it's where you look because you can look and see unemployment rates are very high you know and the food lines are getting longer and there's a lot of unemployment and and a lot of spending just think of what's happened since people got attention by the about the corona virus because it was very easy to stir up emotions and say, this is the end of the world and we have to sacrifice our liberties. We have to give up all local control anybody who disagrees with the official word about how to treat the virus they are in big trouble like. Dr Simone the the woman doctor who? Leads the American doctors. Group, and she called Americans frontline doctors and she and others had this press conference. She was fantastic and she knew the issues but she didn't fit into FAUCI and Gates's scenario. So she got into big trouble. So if you define, you know their nose laws against what she said and she had free speech and you can't even introduce that notion about the first amendment..

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06:07 min | 4 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"They're always telling lies and they have this special interest. I don't know all the details of that but I do know something about our CIA and if you say that you can believe everything the CIA tells you then. We really do have a problem. I bet the Kennedy family. They wouldn't agree with that. Yeah we know the as you say when when all the smoke clears and it turns out. They have to revise way way way down. Don't expect them to say we're sorry they're GONNA don't blame us. We were just trying to as you say. Keep you safe. In the meantime we may find out that there may be as many or more that have died as a consequence of the shutdown. I personally don't know who anyone who's died from corona virus. I do know some some things about suicide. Some people have had some serious medical conditions. That have come up. That are life threatening because their doctors said we can't treat you. We've read about that. We know personally So these kinds things are coming up over and over and over and you'll never you'll never have to answer for it. They've never have to answer. You Know Texas in two thousand eighteen had ten thousand flu deaths in the Houston Chronicle. You can see the headline. We've had just over ten percent of that this year. We've seen a massive lockdown. Can't go to the hospital can't get your treatments can't go to stores shutdown restaurants It's a disaster. Occurs is statistics that will come out. Because I personally know and it's a pretty close to home people who didn't get proper medical care early on and it conditions deteriorated and we've mentioned before you know. They disrupted everything how many people really allies were saved with those two. Large military vessels They had one in West in California and they had eighteen people show up in hospitals were empty and they were firing not firing laying off people because nobody would come. They terrorized everybody about going in. I mean it's it's it's people will worry about the virus but you know what a lot of people worry about is. Is the bureaucracy coming in pestering you to death? You know. We got to take this test this test this test and check your family and everything else. It's that intimidation that really makes people frightened about trying to live a normal life. So the people really. I wish I could do something more to try to alert people to what's going on and I argue is should not that complicated people. People should cherish their liberties and cherish their responsibility to take care of themselves and not trust politicians. You know if you if you don't like what a couple people were doing. Why put them in government put out she in charge of all this? This is what we get. Dr Paul thankfully our our numbers are growing. And we're grateful that people are turning to us. It makes us want to work all the much harder early in the morning. Trying to figure out and put a show together every day but we want to keep in touch. Dr Paul. Mentions we talk about a lot. There's a lot of censorship don't want to entertain opinions that conflict with their narratives especially those that are pounded in their head by the mainstream media. So if you do WANNA follow us in a in a closer way. Go to the Ron Paul Institute website Ron Paul Institute dot Org and then just go and subscribe or better slash subscribe subscribe to our updates of course will never give out your personal information But we'll update you on things that are happening. The possibility of even having a conference who dot ball in the future at all but these kinds of things. We want to keep in touch so. That's a good way to do it. Dr Paul Good and I wind just closed by comment about tracking because I think tracking is a real issue has been around in history for a long long time. But it's always a tool dictators so you can't take a society that pretends they protect individual liberty and introduce the notion that the government has to track you because they want to take good care of your health and make you make you save and right away. That's a danger point and that is what's happening. They they do the they do the tracking and they do this with a dictatorship and the no matter what war that the bureaucrats WanNa fight and authoritarian. WanNa fight whether it's military type or the social type. It's always a war because if you're against war you're unpatriotic why is it that piece people people who have no peace are more likely to be labeled anti-american you unpatriotic and a main nasty person? I mean that that has to change and it hasn't been that way all the time and those issues are always split people in two different directions but I still believe that. There's a lot of people out there that would agree with and say yes. I'd like to have my life back. I'm sort of hoping that this little episode. We've had with current a virus. Wake up people and say. Why are we doing this? It doesn't help us. We're losing our liberties it didn't save lives. And I think there fee feeding us a lot of nonsense and that's why these statistics are important. They lie to about how many people have died from it and later on these figures will get much worse they lie to you and said Oh. Yeah those numbers are getting better. But next month there's going to be a new virus. We have to come to the point where we shouldn't be intimidated with any whisper of fear and because fears always promises are always going to exist but you have to ask the question. Three individuals Handle these problems better than government bureaucrats who have special interests who become powerful because they lie to the people so. I don't think the problem should be that that overwhelming I think the founders had it right the dictatorship they were living under. They didn't like they tried to give us a republic but unfortunately there's not much left of it but as long as we can speak out and change people's minds one person at a time which were still able to do. We have to do it. And that's where we have to concentrate our efforts in trying to persuade people that liberty is far superior to the authoritarian principles of abuse of our lives. What thank everybody for tuning in today to delivery report? Please come back soon..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

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12:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Thank you for tuning in to the Liberty report with me. Today is Daniel McCallum our co host Daniel. Good to see. How are you this morning? Dr Paul Good but the world's a mess worse than ever and there's a lot of panicking going on there. Panico CORONA virus and I can understand the degree of that but sometimes I think there's a little hype in their overdone but there's also a panic in the financial markets because they were already deserving of a panic because of the mischief. That's been going on for so many years. So that's not a surprise but then we had our president speak To his last night and it didn't go over very well. Things got worse during the night and the markets are in it might be. It's not like saying trump's fall. He gave it bad speed but has a mess that he he he contributed to. And it's been around. There's no easy answer to it and you. A little hype doesn't work anymore. I think it tells us about. Did this little pamphlet not too long ago. The bound bankruptcy yeah to me. It's actually what in bankruptcy everything's goes. Hey Hey you're so his speech in work so well but one thing that caught my attention as well as many others in it is nobody can leave Europe and come to America and we already just got notice that we have relative grandchild relative type. It's stranded in Europe. And do they have a way of getting home? They have no idea along. No beat it or what they can do but can you? That's just one just one so you know even if we can avoid immediate crisis of some of these problems You know once they start interfering with travel that is a big deal and I think that contributed law but a lot of this would happen. You know you can't say and they would like to say that the markets had crashed because the virus the virus. Did I happen to believe that? I think it may be has ignited made it. Worsen the overreaction. All these things come together but believe me enough. Austrian economists in the past have predicted. You know the calamity that we were facing with the Federal Reserve policy of especially in the past ten years since the last crash which was never corrected. And we've been living with that but there was something interesting going on on the House floor yesterday and we can even get a little bit of positive out that once again other vote on raining in the president's war powers of course the president has spoken Against All these wars and how stupid war was in Iraq. But he's arguing his case in his neo con Employees are arguing the case that they don't want any restrictions but the house did get get a vote and which is about two third this year and his done his. The bill they were working on this day is is similar to the one in the Senate but they They they now will have to have to deal with this but the vote was good. The American people I think are with. They wouldn't be voting this way. The one thing is for sure. Now you can see here is on these recent votes. The war party are the Republicans. And we want to draw attention a little bit about McCall's statement on this because he has a important Position but this is This is something that is a very important issue. That's what we talk about mostly But in combination but The the The also had a vote on On solomonic and they had had a boat of removing the authority of US military power. The one that was passed in two thousand two which was one that started the Afghan war so There's there's positives thing. Their sentiments are changing. But right now I. I think we're in a in a phase where it's pretty hard to get anybody in charge even in the media totally confused on what's coming out because they don't start with basic correct principle and they're trying to deal with the massive complications and the conflicts of what has happened into a system that we have talked here and predicted that it would be a calamity with the foreign policy as well as monetary policy and right now It's not gonNA go away quickly. Yeah it is and the other thing in fact Is Today this is. This is reminds us of how things happened in the past now all of a sudden we have to corona virus stimulus. You know and the bill does happen to magically written out there and it just reminds me of Rahm Emanuel never let a good crisis go to waste because they're gonNA voting on Corona virus stimulants today. He's got a lot of language about you've got to feed the kids. Looks like looking into the money. That's in there. It looks like about a half a billion dollars for the wick program and another almost half a billion dollars for the commodities assistance program They're going to vote on today and that'll be the stimulus. Yeah but what about did we just do? An eight billion dollar one last week and he sat up. This is gonNA. This is going to solve the problem. Of course yeah. Yeah yeah absolutely so I was going to. I wanted to ask you about the the president's speech to see what you thought about because my first reaction was what. Where's the presidential authority? Come from to say hey. You can't travel from Europe to the US anymore you know. What does it derived from? Why would you ask such a question? You've been asking that question question for. They haven't been doing it for a long time. Which of course your point you know. How can they assume this? So but how did? How did we get involved in the wars? Do they come and do it in a constitutional fashion? So now there's a war against the virus and they think that Take away the liberties of the individuals make their own decisions at the same time. Spend more money and deal with it. Only with spending more money in his the sustaining of the acceptance of the dollar as a currency. There's GONNA bail out the world. It still exists because the rationale is You know into treasury bills and yet they're still not enough to go. Round and the printing hundred ninety five billion a day and putting it into the Repo Market. Just to keep things alive though. It's is in many ways. The liquidity is huge. But there's never enough liquidity in the right places feeling that this euro travel ban was not thought through very well. If it's exactly what they're doing because you know I I mean think about the repercussions of a gentleman. Know is Is IS IN A. He's a professional musician. And they rely on their tours. I mean that that's their livelihood. He says he's got some dates booked in Europe. They don't know what to think he says I got. I got kids to feed you know and it's so. Does that mean these are all canceled? Its I think. This is the result of the media. Hyping it and then once they get the people so hyped up the media reports on the people being hyped up. This is not an absolute because there are times when government sort of sort things out and maybe help people avoid risks but this whole principle is based on the fact that people don't take any risk anymore they have to have safety nets. We have to have an empire to protect against people coming here hurting us. Everything is avoiding risk. And I think that's what you're talking about is that everybody has to depend on something. And the avoid risk. It's depending on the government you know And and and they think that that is going to solve the problem. Which doesn't it usually makes it wrong when you think. How did we get into this mess? I mean how will us You know continuing to have the same foreign policy when asked what we got into. They start a war there. There are seven thousand Americans killed. In that war there is a lot of contractors killed and hundreds of thousands of other and then we go to this resolution and we have McCall who's the ranking member on the Foreign Affairs Committee House Foreign Affairs Committee? And they had this. I think significant vote. He lost Because he was His his best buddy on this angle and angle who happens to be the chairman of the committee so they are buddies and this is part of that bipartisanship tasks that but you know I also mentioned to you. I thought now if if Obama were still in charge it would just be reversed. Obama would be taken the position of the Republicans and the Republicans would be yelling and screaming. So all of that arguing back and forth is just fanfare but McCall handed unusually long statement on the floor and he had a lot of feeling and emphasis on this. How horrible it is. And and he's just you know he. He just thinks if somebody wants to put the assassination of Salamone into proper perspective that some type of an evil doer and He he He he really comes down. Hard matter of fact he doesn't even he doesn't even want to anybody to have the leisurely he or the ability to use the word. Assassination non assassination. We're killing a killer and just actually people. The majority of people are with them. The Democrats are with them. Republicans are with them and that That goes on the So it's it's a real shame on this on this authority that You can't reign in this is this is a follow up of trying to rein in presidential powers from from the Vietnam War the war powers resolution. Which is a mixed bag because it was written and now they're they're trying to but this was these resolutions that have been passed in the last six months or so have always been. You can't go to war with Iran without congressional approval. Don't you think that's been the most important thrust? Yeah absolutely? And the thing is McCall representative. Call as we know he's he's not immune fellow he's he's a decent personnel but sadly I mean he's the poster child for why we need a non-intervention scorn because if you watch the speech if you read the speech literally everything he says is wrong. Objectively provable wrong. And but this is. One is sort of a sneaky deception. That's not. He's not the only one guilty of this but he certainly repeated in his speech. He said arguing against the war powers resolution to restrict the president's ability to go to war with Iran without authorization. He said this will be the fifth time that this Congress is considering a resolution to withdraw. Us from wars. We're not fighting three on Iran and two on Yemen but this is a trick because Congress refuses to declare war. They refused to debate war. They refuse to call it a war. So when the president moves troops over and sends bombs over and sends bombs to the Saudis to bomb the Yemenis. When he does all of these things will be can't call it a war because Congress didn't call it a war so kangaroo. Congress can't call off the war because they never called it to begin with you named all the important things except I'd add one thing and that is sanctions. Yeah sanctions are not part of a war. So they say but sanctions are vicious. You can connect the sanctions even with a disaster that is being described the corona virus and one of the hot spots in the world where there's more Sickness from the virus is in Iran. They've made the point. We you know we. We can't get the medications remember..

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14:27 min | 6 months ago

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"How are you this morning? Dr Paul Good. We're going to revisit a little thing. That went on here for months. After months and his military to Ukraine state would have settled all that and the Russia. Gay things behind it. I'm not so sure that we're getting involved in Russia gate again but their stuff in the news about Ukraine and getting more military aid. But before we go into that I might just Mentioned that This subject might not be as interesting to some of the viewers are two general. Public viewers are always interesting but in general public. You know viruses. That's the whole thing you know. Who's telling the truth about how dangerous this is? That's a big deal and also the stock market and the combination and the challenge between A lot of Austrian economists might matter of fact if you're an Austrian. Economists said the bubbles been there for a long time the boat will burst. And now they're saying well. The virus did virus. Did it which gets some people off the hook The Fed gets the Fed. Gets OFF THE HOOK? The president may off the hook for all the spending and things going on there Nine now we have this little bit of distraction but you know when I saw the announcement that they were getting ready to send more weaponry to Ukraine. My my thought was We'll you know when things get tough at home. I think Clinton had had a few episodes where tough with mom on Mojo Lewinsky. They said they had a bawling right. I don't think hopefully trump's better than that but you keep thinking Sometimes things are beyond his control of other people will stir up trouble. Are they trying to stir up trouble for distraction and this sort of thing Maybe but I don't think the big deal. I think this is sort of the usual stuff the usual process of foreign aid. And just think of all that all that Russia gate was over a process of how you give foreign aid in within a quid pro quo. Is there an advantage to? Is it politicized like no? It's not politicize but here here. We go again and they don't talk about. What are we giving all this money away for it when we look at this and I'm sure you'll be able to help us understand is if the congress lined up to two hundred and fifty million dollar has nothing to do with the security of this country has to do with your neighbors they used to have your Washington whose military industrial complex people because the money just goes over their bank bank account and they get rid of surprise some junk. They didn't want and they get some credit so so anyway. That's still around the pro- the problem foreign aid is going to last for a long time But nobody knows what will come. And I know the the other problems are gonNA exist for awhile because Corona viruses and going to go away overnight. Maybe the truth will come out some day on how how how threatening it is and how serious it is as well as You know the financial bubble burge staying in the stock market. That is going to be tougher because people aren't conditioned to understanding the business cycle so we have a long way to go there to explain to the People. Exactly why a certain group of people in this country certain types of economists knew about it new job as the bubble was building in new it would burst and quite frankly. I don't think it had anything to do. With Corona virus. It may have been lighting the fire or something but Bubba will people should ask. Why was there a bubble and and what was was it related to or does the concern over Corona Virus. Create the bubble. No the bubble has been there and it was looking for an excuse to collapse. And I think that's GonNa be around for a while but the full explanation and understanding. Unfortunately we have a way to go before the people understand that or you know who else is looking for an excuse. It's always the masters of the universe you know. I'm sure you saw this article linked on the top of drudge report. Imf chief economist urges targeted policies to stem the economic harm of the corona viruses. They love the concentrate power. When there's a crisis like this and this Chief Economist Gita goping off says that we need to have more cash. Transfers wage subsidies central banks should be prepared to provide liquidity. Do we know. Isn't that what the feds been doing for a long time ever since nineteen thirteen in some way? Now that's a that's a mass up for sure. But this one hundred twenty five million dollars worth of a weaponry going to Ukraine and it has to do with with some radar and has also do with with vessels that travel in shallow water and it could be and very well involve Russia matter of fact it does because you Ukrainians split half of them like Russia half of them hate Russia but there's a sea of as of that is nearby there and there's been a bit of a skirmish over there but these vessels specifically would deal with the Sea of Azov because that's where the conflict with Russia occurred and I think that's related and actually we have a map that we can even bring up to to show what we're talking about. But here's the Kerch Strait and that's actually where the incident occurred in November. Two Thousand Eighteen Ukraine sent two gunboats and and a tugboat kind of a provocation. It was just a few months. After the Russians completed the bridge over the strait which connected Crimea with mainland Russia as we remember Crimea was savagely stripped from Ukraine by the evil Putin after the US coup. But but more seriously so there was this incident the the the Russians did stop the Ukrainians from going under there poorer. Shampoo was president at the time. Used the incident to impose martial law for thirty days. But what a lot of people speculated this was at the end of November they are elections in March of Twenty Nineteen Poro Shaneco was incredibly unpopular. And so the speculation that he wants to make himself look bigger than he was by imposing martial law and looking like he was gonNA take the big question is now the transfer of these mark six patrol boats over to Ukraine as part of this one hundred twenty five million dollars in free money What kind of changing the Calculus might that have? you know if there's another event. Mit Embolden Ukrainians to do another provocation. But I think we can say with conviction. That had what we're doing there. Now there's two hundred and fifty million dollars. We're committed to add to what we've already given. Ukraine has nothing to do with our national security and I see Ukraine. Become very dependent. I guess they get foreign aid from other people to that. But he's a ninety percent of their foreign aid which is probably a big hunk of their economy. comes from the United States for the United States. Who's that is that the Federal Reserve now? Eventually it's always from the people you know they take the money. And and this is why the social ser- so absurd in not understanding the S. Because no matter what is what it is for free not ever realizing that when you take it from people whether it's direct taxation or whether it's through deficit financing or purnea money is it's a challenge to the middle class and they're right when they're complaining about the middle class but they're wrong in finding out. What the explanation is so? This type of activity doesn't provide national security. It doesn't have helped the financial security of the people in it really doesn't Provide a move toward peace and prosperity. I would think if the Russians in the Ukrainians would have to sort that out and might not satisfy around the world but But that's the way they fought over that place. How how long was You know the Russians and the Ukrainians during that Crimea has been more Russian has been Ukraine has zero the history. That is the big question. How does this money this one hundred twenty five million two hundred and fifty million? How does this make us safer? How does this help us? What does it do with us? Except for the elites and let's don't forget Joe Biden standing up there saying hey I got a billion dollars here poorer Shaneco but you gotta fire that. Guy Who is investigating my son or you. Don't get this dollars. I mean you think Americans when they were watching him give away our billion dollars. Oh that's great. We're so happy we're going to be so much safer now see. I don't think we'll be able to ever know the absolute truth the motivations of trump and everybody else on this but they should understand that this type of activity passing out tax payers money and picking size is always political and one of the conditions at trump mentioned. Of course that was part of his defense. Is that the law. Says you don't send the money if there's corruption I keep thinking that trump probably if he had been more upfront. Say you know there is corruption? Aaron I'M NOT GONNA give it to him but you know he's he doesn't back down very much but on this when he backed down and they quickly sent the money because the heat was on and the impeachment process was occurring but it It's a real shame. But the the problem and the argument whether it's legitimate or political or quid. Pro Quo is secondary to this principle. We just talked about and the principle of stealing from the American people in passing out to Benefit the military industrial complex and the deep state. Where THE REAL PROBLEM? And we should again mention this. This whole thing goes back really essentially too late twenty thirteen early twenty fourteen one. The Obama Administration got the bright idea. Hey let's do a coup in Ukraine. What could go wrong? You know and but here you talk about corruption. Here's an example of corruption it would have given all the justification trump needed to withhold. The money remember back in September of Twenty nineteen the. Us sent a couple of old coast guard cutters to Ukraine In that was hailed as signed support after this provocation encourage but the plans to send those coast guard ships to Ukraine. That wasn't trump's idea that was launched in two thousand fourteen under Obama to give him these ships and this was trump again just continuing vomits policy plus a why would it take him for years to get these ships well. One of the reasons is that Ukraine had its own shipbuilding company and they didn't want free American ships because they wanted a contract to build those ships. Well it was the only ship company in Ukraine. And Guess who owned it for a Shaneco? The president himself own the only ship bill. I don't want your free. Ships built an American tradition. Exactly so you know in a big backer of this ship. Transfer by the way was a former. Us Ambassador to Ukraine. Marie Ianovich who made an appearance at the impeachment hearings? Saying trump went against the interagency from point against the interagency. Corruption is spread widely. I think on this deal Dame Bay ever reminder about the executive branch of government overall you know these things can always go back to the type of foreign policy. We have you immediately. Were able to take this and Lincoln back to to Obama just like Syria Time for to go so it's it's a linkage as a continuation of is a foreign policy that I claim has been bipartisan. For a long time because they capitulate to the deep state that have a lot of special interests and It never seemed to change demagoguing and they'll try to get a political Benefit from it and when the dust settles the same. Same Old stuff that they we've been putting up with for a long time. You know I think. In the beginning we sort of talked about the problems financially going on now and also this incident and I think we you know one of these days and I've said this many times one of these days we're just going to run out of money and maybe we've reaching that point right now. The only thing that anybody wants is a ten year treasury bill and now it's like points seven percent paying its negative interest rates and. They're so many dollars they're just finding. What do we do with You can't find a box to put man. You don't have bills. You don't buy stocks anymore. We pumped up the stock market crash. So right now it's government securities and We think the government is insecure. I mean we have deficits of what twenty two trillion dollars. And what do we do? Print more money and run up the deficit higher. Spend more money and that will solve the problem and and just not like what you pointed out. The the international bodies are doing this to all governments. I think are central. Banks work hand in glove with other central banks. But we're just more powerful and And we're able to get away with a lot longer but the dollar has remained relatively strong. Except it's been weaker than it had been for a long time. It has has weakens so that's a sign of of things breaking down and we the fireworks haven't finished yet and I hope we don't have fireworks as a distraction because once once the troops are being fired on and troops are are are killed there. There's no there's no no chance to come up with a a a logical discourse people will just say Oh. You're you're an American if you're not ready to go to war is Russia Russia. Let's go get Russians..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

14:31 min | 7 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Dr Paul good to go for our new week. New Week wasn't problems. I think we'll talk today about foreign policy every once in a while mentioned foreign policy which is a big deal because a lot of people don't pay that much attention especially if there's a virus to worry about the stock market crashing but still foreign policy is is pretty important and there is an event going on in all places. Syria of course series been around for a long time and we've been involved especially politically since Hillary you know stirred up trouble there but is ongoing and we have had Assad on the ropes a couple times and he didn't have much control and finally what got him. Out of trouble was A Putin and the Russian we have to admit that they come in there and rescued him and actually except for we have troops protecting our oil bill A lot of Syria's been returned. Assad except for one key area has been in the news. Ad-lib that's up. In north western part of Syria on the border of Turkey and a battle has been going on between the Turks and And the Syrians right now but They're not exactly fighting a Assad Syrians. They're fighting. Who's going to control this area in the fact that there's so much attention right now. I think it looks like Assad maybe winning this fight and they're sort of desperate and the neo cons can't see this happening because they don't like Assad and and they wanted to make sure that He is injured so they're now Looking at it. And they're talking about weaponry believe it or not you know. And we've reported on this fact win. Turkey wanted weapons and they defied US and S. four hundred from Russia. And here we're in. Nato air buying weapons from Russia but there are friends. We have to defend them. But now we're still supposed to defend our NATO allies. But they're in there. There's a little bit of problem now and The the Turks Want the Patriot missiles. So here here. They have Russian missiles now. They want Patriot missiles and guess what our Secretary of State Pompeo he thinks He thinks that's a good idea. State Department wants them but some of the Pentagon says hey go easy. This could be dangerous in the first my first reaction from all this is why. Why are we doing this? Is this going to bring about peace prosperity? And they're lining up to take over the province in there are side struggling. How do we defy? Assad what this is in Syria that we're getting too. It's such a mixed deal. When you think it's SORTA proves the silliness of NATO and the silliness of a of of what we're doing now and pretending that we're leaving Syria at the same time you have the fight going on in the State Department They say we want more weapons for Turkey so we can defeat Assad and others are saying Pentagon has some responsibility so they say hey you better slow up a little you know and my concern was If things don't go exactly as they hope I mean there could be me a confrontation break out between Turkey even though they bought weapons from Russia and the United States could be involved in accidents happen so it is still a mixed bag but I think that It might be resolved If we if we were non interventionist not stirring the pot and I think we do a lot of that and And that's what remains to be seen so I don't think there's going to be announcement this week and say well Assad God total control of it live although he has done that with other cities you know taking over and has things settled so I think I my my feeling is let Syria be Syrian. Let them take care of it. Well you know. We learned a lot in the In the impeachment hearings and not exactly what they intended us to learn what I learned a lot and we already knew it really but is when you had not only Colonel Lindemann but over and over the former ambassador over and over they came and sat before Congress and they all said the same thing well well trump was was defying the policy position of the Inter Agency and therefore he was wrong. You know and so that more than anything taught us that no matter who's elected As as Tom Woods said no matter who you vote for John McCain you know so trump is essentially continuing the policy of of Obama which is Assad must go. He's not saying it himself out of his mouth but the people who worked for him that is their policy. That is the interagency policy which can't be changed and that is why we're in trouble. That's why we're probably closer to war with Russia than at any time since the end of the Cold War because obviously we want us all to go the Russians have been backstopping. Assad since two thousand fifteen. When as you as you mentioned in your opening he was almost he was on the ropes. That jihadists almost took over Syria and then they got help. The reason why we're talking about it now as you said. Is that over the past? Couple of weeks. The Syrian army has made dramatic gains in Italy province which even? Us officials admit is the last bastion of Al Qaeda in Syria. This is the last area. This is where they all escaped to when they left the other parts of Syria. This is where they are. But the Turks Dot WanNa let go of their policy of overthrowing Assad like we don't and so they did is they actually embedded Turkish troops in with jihadists in Syria. So this whole thing blew up on Thursday when when Syrian government and maybe even Russian airstrikes ended up killing about thirty four Turkish soldiers inside of Syria fighting against the Syrian army. The Turks are acting as if they're the aggrieved ones. You know just like just like we're in Syria. They're in Syria without being without being requested. So they'll say oh no. This is terrible. We got our guys killed. We need to have some patriot. Missiles NATO they call the NATO meeting. We need help. We need help and So this is what we're talking about now and the administration the the State Department while. Hey let's give them whenever they need in the Pentagon saying wait a minute. There are some implications for this that we need to think about so a few months ago we were trying to sell them something. And now we want to give them something you get involved and Of course the Russians sold them S. four hundred and now we at the Turks for doing this you know and we broke ranks with them on because they supposed to be involved in the F. Thirty five they were. They were actually building things so It looks to me like that. The weapons manufacturing businesses must be motivating law. This making profits on. This is another thing but I don't know whether that would ever entered the minds of the Russians but I would say they probably does. But maybe not quite like the neo cons in this country because they're driven by war profits profits I think the sad part though is is that trump position had been one that we could support this come home. That's leave and started leaving until he said well but we can't. We can't just leave the oil so we have to stay and he was talking to keeping some troops there and thought he could sit. Back in. This whole thing would be settled. But it wasn't likely to happen and So he he is. He's sympathetic. You know with with probably giving the weapons to Turkey. You know for diplomatic reasons. Yeah and he's not going to help us on no no in stepping back a little further to why. Why is this happening? Why why are we talking about it? Of course the US the US neo cons run Washington. Her acting as if Once again as if Assad just got a wild hair and decided to start killing a bunch of civilians were even as US officials. Admit that it's al Qaeda that runs the place. But why are they doing it now? This is the last bastion of Syria and Saudi. His as we would as any country would he says. I'm going to get control of sovereign control over my entire territory but back in twenty eighteen. Erta one and Putin met in such e and they came up with an agreement because this is the last time the Syrians were saying. Hey we gotta take this back. We don't want to help our country. They made an agreement. Turkey promised that it would it would send in troops would send an observation areas it would get involved but the purpose was to separate what they claimed are just moderate rebels and al Qaeda It's renamed several times but essentially al Qaeda. That's what the Turks promised to do twenty eighteen. It's now a couple of years later. And they have not done it on the contrary. And so. That's why the Syrian army because and we should have had a map. I forgot to put one up. But what's critical is the m four ineffective highways in five particularly goes through that area and it connects Aleppo which is the industrial center of Syria and the capital. Damascus road has been controlled by the hottest for years. Now the Syrian army got back control of that last week now. One critical city has fallen. And they've lost control but this is the back and forth so that's what's critical is get that m five highway. So the Turks didn't live up to their obligations of getting the jihadists away. Probably because they couldn't tell the difference because they're both the same and so the Syrian army says. You know we've had it's been two years. We need to go in there. The Russians have been helping although you know tr- Russia and Turkey. Were Toyoto head to head a couple of days ago in the situation was. Who'S GONNA BLINK? I think Putin blinked a little bit. But we can talk about this later but on Friday they will be a summit meeting between Putin and Erdo one in Moscow. They claim. This is gonNA solve all the problems. We'll have to see what happens so I think it's only going to be temporarily solved. That may come about soon but the only way there could be a reprieve on this would be that gets it live back and has has control that that would would set a lot as as long as you know. The Turks don't decide well we're sending in the troops or something but they say that trump That that Saw Does get control of this? And there's another victory for his Russian allies. They still have some problems with Syria seeking their national sovereignty because We we have Have this this thing going on? Even though we are position is we're leaving. We're leaving Like trump wanted to do but he's except for we. WanNa keep the oil. It's any oil. We have to keep. I would think if I were a Syrian and dedicated to Syrian sovereignty. I would say you think that we should just forget about a company a country coming in and all of a sudden a little fighting goes on and they put some troops on their. This is our oil. We gotta get paid for all our work so we have that but then then we still have Have the Kurdish situation too. And that's that's been around for a long time and that could be mixed but for now you know for making the next step and deciding what they're gonNA do really depends. That's why I think This meeting is pretty darn important. You and then the decision will be made. It doesn't get settled down. I think I think the Russians and the allies sought are going to get pretty rough. Yeah we'll get rough for sure and the other thing that I want you to over the weekend. He launched not only a lot of weapons into it but he pulled the trigger on the refugee weapon and that could be the biggest one he said over the weekend. Okay we're no longer going to keep these refugees and force them to stay in Turkey. We're going to open the gates and you saw some Collins probably over stated but you saw some collins moving toward Greece Certainly the rest of Europe. The last thing they want is another huge wave of refugees Hungary which blocked the other last wave. Said you know you're not coming in here but this is a big deal because the Turks Act as if they're somehow they should be thanked for housing all these refugees this whole time but the question is who created the refugees. They weren't refugees coming before the Turks and the Americans and the Europeans decided Assad must go. They created the problem and now they want some sort of credit for dealing with the problem they created but the Europeans are in would be a no move to have huge waves of refugees. Probably not that. Many of them were Syrian. Who KNOWS But that that is a weapon that's launch and I think that's meant to send a clear signal. Hey if we want to invoke Article Five of the NATO Treaty. We need you guys to come down here. No you better do it or you're gonna be sorry and you know. The refugee problem is related to the foreign policy. A lot to do with our foreign policy but now that we have the corona virus thing to be concerned about you know even if the country had been very very tolerant of refugees. Coming in. There's going to be a real clamor because the The fear monitoring that's been going on and The question how do you handle a problem like it becomes more complicated in you know here seems like we should it be smart enough how to sort it out and in the United States but over there when you think of the refugees and their lineup on the borders and tens of thousands of and of course they said that there were a million refugees from it? Lib that may or may not be true. Probably it's a little bit exaggerated but they're still. They're still a lot of people movement and They're not going to be able to. They don't even have the task yet for Corona virus. You know they said today. Maybe there's going to be a company that that comes out with. It can get what I wonder about is when you get into all this testing what if it's fifty percent test. Positive have never had never will again. He symptoms what are you GonNa do. You know it. It's A. It's a problem that they have yet to solve. I know this is off topic but you brought up corona virus. I don't know if you saw this this morning but remember when the Chinese built that hospital in a couple of days it was amazing..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

16:19 min | 7 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everyone and thank you for tuning in to Liberty Report with me today is Chris. Rosanna are co hosts Chris. Welcome to the program. It's great to be with you. Dr Paul Good We feel good. We feel great and doing well and we're going to do our job but there's a lot of people today are not feeling well. You know the ones who have anticipated the stock market would go to the sky and lasts forever and lot of a lot of money being lost and the world is suffering from You know the The the virus The Corona virus. And of course I personally think. There's an over exaggeration of the danger of that. But that's a danger Dan. There's danger in meat. You're saying that but I think that's been overblown but the markets have been rocky and I found something interesting this week because they announced that this was the largest drop from the peak of a stock market. Ever you know like seven straight days thousand dollars a day going down. It looks like today. We'll be another down day because I I remember One of the Austrian economists. The famous ones One of the famous ones told me many many years ago. Stock markets don't crash from the peak. They usually crashed from ten percent down. And then all of a sudden recovery is evident. They don't they don't pass a certain level and they don't go back and they can't challenge the old peak but they're saying this is really the first time they've really noticed so it is unique. There's but I think this is a reflection of is not anything new or different It doesn't challenge Austrian economics. It just sort of verifies some of our concerned. This is a big bubble and this is more probably the biggest ever you know. They keep saying Oh this time it's different. It's not worried about but we were saying yeah. This time is different but it's much worse and there's there's not much joy and being Close to a predicting what's coming But this this this was a big bobble it's crack and we don't know even whether it's going to last a week a month or year because people do different things than governments do different things than central banks do different things. But ultimately the ruling comes from the individual You know players in the market so there will be a lot of mischief involved treasury and and I am F- and World Bank and and You know the the You Know Bank of International Settlements they are going to be involved and and that's hard to predict but I think the long term the major problems that bobble it was there was bigger than ever and a they kept that pump going solidly for ten years and they thought it could last forever so this this severe correction Is Is Had been expected. You know some say well. It was the corona virus. The colonel did is I think the coroner virus has something to do with it but we look at the you know the ignition because we understood distortion the bubble out there the amount of artificial credit the amount of Malan vestment that goes on the amount of debt in the world. So that is that is what people should be concentrated. Not on what precipitated you know last week's crash Oh It's around virus so all we have to do is spend. We'll print more money. Spent more money on dealing with that medical emergency and quite frankly. I think the money spent. There is just an aggravation. Long-term to the market in probably isn't dealing with the corona virus because I'm not sure they really understand everything about the corona virus and if you go by deaths being reported you should get a little bit of reassurance because there's essentially no Dasan United States and yet this flu season we've had ten thousand. Americans die from influenza and in a year it can be six hundred thousand. You know It's it's it's it's all the reaction to it and it looks like it was in the interest of some people to stir up the fear and problems. They're going on so but it's practically impossible now for the politicians or anybody else helps calm down a little bit. Let's think about it but you know what there have been a few scientists and people who were well trained in this type of problem epide- and all and they come up with some sensible Explanations but politically. It's easy to demagogue this and try to place blame on the opposition so Chris. I'm sure you've been looking at this. And looking at how the markets are going. It looks like it's been rocky and and gold has been challenged and I think that we have to keep a close eye on all the markets. That's right Dr Paul and I agree with you. One hundred percent on corona virus. Just being fused to what we've been talking about for years. Here's a breaking breaking news. The Corona virus did not create the stock market bump the federal reserved. And we've been talking about that over and over telling people that this is very bad. What they're doing because they manipulate the economy. They manipulate money. They counterfeit money and prices are the lifeblood of the economy. Prices are supposed to tell us the truth about supply and demand for every resource in the economy. People make economic decisions investments based on prices when their ally. You're making bad decisions now. When when they tell the truth are still going to be bad decisions. But they're not gonNA be a gigantic bubble like they are now and that's what the Fed has creed by interfering with interest rates by counterfeiting money. They turned the economy into a carnival. Fun House or a house. Amir's you don't know what decisions to make you have companies out there that don't make money don't know if they're ever going to make money and that's that's just fine just like during the dot com bubble that's what they do and and but because there's a economic activity You know the president walks around saying this is the greatest economy ever now. Is the greatest distortions. Ever and distortions have to be corrected. And that's when the financial crisis comes to correct all of these mistakes that the Federal Reserve has engendered right and things like you've just talked about can go on a long period of time and although Austrian economics teaches us. How to anticipate it and spot a bubble others say you know you never know. When there's a bubble but Austrian economics teaches. You can spot them but they also teach that you don't know exactly how big it'll be how much you'll lassen how people will react. And what what the central banks will do. And what the Bala Titians will do and all sorts of thing and and and what will the effect of You know a viral scare. That's going to wail wipe out half the half the population of the earth. You know all these kinds of things are are involved but you know I think what the what helped In the conventional sense Ten years ago when they had the crash in eighty nine. was Keynesian economics. At least it tidy things over. They spend more money. Run up the debt print more money and a lot of pain and suffering and we still had You know housing bubble crashes and and loss of pain and suffering but It it always is the fact that the government can take care of. What really helped todd over and got US? Another boost in the bubble Ten years ago was the fact that the dollar was strong enough to rescue it Rescue the system so the dollar printed and manipulated in the tune of trillions and trillions of dollars and things Gradually crept back down to a point where people were feeling better but hadn't solved the problem at the same time. Some people were feeling better. That the number of people who were living on the streets dramatically went up and all that did was give fodder to those individuals. See Freedom doesn't work. That's why we need socialism but the government so a long period of time have used gold as an indicator. Because that's what the market wants to use the gold the gold price. And what will people do? And I'll tell you what the government is doing. So what do they do they have to regulate gold? They have to rig the so called price of gold what was the first thing that FDR he got out of the way. We're just taking into Oracle we're not GonNa let the people vote With with their pocket book or their intuition and decide whether it should they have golden? I will make it illegal and he did that. All the way from one thousand nine hundred thirty three up to nineteen seventy-one but that that was the inner indicator but the rigging of the price lead people to believe the dollar was strong. The dollar did stay strong. It's still is strong. But they're really getting antsy right now. I'll bet they're Ansi right now. The plunge protection team. That's supposed to keep the stock market. High keep the economy booming. Take care of all the deficit to finance the welfare state finance the military industrial complex. And take care of the world with. They had had to continue. The student has one of the things that we noticed. Last week was All of a sudden when the gold price was going up too fast Somebody they identified somebody come in and dump tons of gold and it was sad and written that This was the Bank of International Settlements Central Bank for all central banks and they have a Lotta power whether they have the golden their pocket. They have a lot of clout With show the price of gold was dry dry Driven down but since then gold price came back up but now gold is under attack again. But it's in the interest of the state it's in the interest of those who have to protect the dollar you know and so the indicator is once again being attacked and and yet long-term maybe next week maybe later today. The market may overwhelm because they can't win that fight Just like they couldn't win the fight of fixing the dollar at thirty five dollars. An ounce for all those years eventually They have to K- then and that's what you don't do is when that happens. Because there's a subjective interpretation of of everybody who gets deals with and there's all competing with governments and central banks who have to rig things it's Eh there just in the business of lying they and the lies can help a whole lot like they've spent Near One Hundred Years Teaching people deficits really don't matter and printing money doesn't matter and we can we can we can rig this all and They taught people and people barely believe it doesn't matter so where are we now? The world's in two hundred and fifty five trillion dollars worth of debt and ours is sky. High I a every time. There's a problem even now. Oh Corona virus it. It's a it's a serious problem and it is. I won't deny that problem. So what do they do? What will ask the Federal Reserve Board Chairman? Is he going to help? Bail them out so they go to the Federal Reserve as if printing board digits more paper. Money is all of a sudden going to handle things you you know. I keep thinking that make sure that the market forces are there and information is available the other day I heard something where somebody you know The the travel has been impeded by the fear that exists and they were having trouble getting the products they need to keep businesses open and it was getting more complicated and then there was a criticism because somebody in the process was gouging. I keep thinking well you know. Gouging is raising the prices to show you. There's a scarcity encourage people to produce more or take more of a risk you know under these conditions so That that is the last thing you do is need more management thing and the other thing that caught my attention was the fact that right now. They're concerned the number of cases are expanding In Iran of course their way out of control in China that happens to be a system of government. That's the last Last thing for free markets. But there's a lot of people suffering there media. Ron have already been suffering for decades under the thumb the US government putting sanctions on all the time. And it's a poor country and it is now known corona virus. You know if a person is in good health. Young people don't seem to be getting it and if medications aren't available and the economy is slumping and an economic titian conditions are poor you that raises it but They would never see. Nobody wants ever talk about that. Maybe we made it tougher for some countries. Fortunately so far. It looks like we're not going to have that type of thing happened here. but I just don't think that the market is going to all of a sudden be able to The government's GonNa come in and and take care of this because you know one term that we've heard about for a long time. Is I in medicine especially first do no harm and I wish we could teach our government to do that. I do no harm right that we do. We'd live in a different world if they followed that Victim but you mentioned Dr Paul Manipulated goal because this week we were discussing. We saw pieces that were written. You know the people that really dive in and they expose this stuff while yeah I mean they. Of course they manipulate old. You know think about who were discussing here. These are people that when they campaign for office they lie. Everybody knows that when they're in office they lie. They lie about the economy. President says greatest economy. They lie about giving everything away for free. When it comes to war they lie before during and after the war. So why would anybody think that gold is off limits? They're not going to touch gold. Gold is gold. We'll stay in a market price. Absolutely not because gold is their major enemy. Gold is what If if we went back to goal this money that would put an end to all this the spending debt the worse when you think about the world wars these were major conflicts that happened with central banking Fiat money. If there was gold money there would be. How would they financing they? They can't counterfeit gold so of course they manipulate gold but manipulation as you also touched upon can only work in short term and the short term may be decades or even one hundred years because when you think of the grand scheme of things one hundred years is nothing spitting a bucket. The market always reasserts itself. The truth always wins in the end and Goldwyn. You know Chris. One interesting period time early in the after the woods ended in nineteen seventy one because in the sixties I had been reading about and studying fascinated with monetary policy and The International Gold Standard and It was anticipated even from sixty eight up to seventy one that this would happen. The Brentwood would break down. And after we got rid of about seventy percent of our gold at thirty five dollars an ounce people recognize. Hey you know it's not right..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

15:47 min | 7 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the Liberty report today. We're doing the report just by audio due to shortage of personnel in our studio Will certainly be back full bloom by tomorrow in the studio but anyway there's lots to talk about today and we have our usual co host with his Daniel McAdams Daniel are you there. Yes I am Dr Paul Good Morning. Good Morning No. We certainly have a lot of things to talk about They're all pretty important. You know what I'd like to start off with something Of all the items that we think are important one. That doesn't seem to be getting the attention it deserves and that has to do with the ruthless treatment of Julian assange We've talked about him for a long time did the TSP the report for the week on Assange but Our our president has not been consistent on this issue. But there's a major event going on. He's been in prison for a long time but then he was taken out of prison by the British police. And now they're gonNA have hearing. Which is the it may be going on as we speak and they're going to be talking about How are they going to get? Get the I get a song back to the United States back to United States to the United States. He's not even American citizens but they WANNA come back and put put them in prison for one hundred and seventy five years for breaking the American Law Sure Daniel you've been thinking a bit about the. The extradition hearing opens today. So they're theoretically actually speak the hearing started. You know the. Us has appealed to the UK government. Which is what we know is very independent Over here in this the craziest thing is they want to try him. As you know Dr Paul under the Espionage Act. This'll be the first time that they've used the espionage act against a publisher a journalist. You know they WANNA call him a spy because he publishes things that were embarrassing to the US government. So really this. That's all of us in all. Americans should be concerned but as you point out it's kind of a home in the media right and you know Daniel If we had to rate the several things that we wanted to talk about today and they are in the news and they are significant. I you know and we're starting off with this. I think that's partially because at least I'm of the opinion that this might be the most important events that we're talking on. Oh we're GONNA talk about Corona viruses and the in the financial markets. And things like that but this treatment is something else and of course in doing this we have to deal with the fact that At one time the president was on our side and we encourage them tremendously because You know he was pointing out what they were doing during the campaign but Since that time he changed his tune. It just changed being more neutral. Oil might not been quite bad but he's he could get rid of this in a minute. No you know he's made a statement that This is none of his concern. Well maybe that would be a reasonable positions. No concern shouldn't be a major concern for United States. Interfering on the free speech for somebody from Australia so that to me is a shame that they don't think of that as a solution and you really captured in your call this week because on the one hand they say well he committed treason against the United States. And as you say he's not even an American. He's Australian. So how could he betray his country but then he says so. Yeah you're subject to American laws when it comes to being a traitor but you're not subject to American laws when it comes to freedom of the press you know all of a sudden that doesn't count because you're not an American and that wasn't the intended of famous when they made the The amendments wasn't it and I think this qualifies as being quite arbitrary on the enforcement of law. It's horrible But right now I think there's a greater sentiment building. A few people got out on the streets in London. You know in sympathy her songs so the information hopefully public pressure is still worthwhile. In spite of the fact that the deep state that runs everything but precursor is very important. So we'll be watching that pretty darn closely today. See what happens and see how what's reaction. I can't imagine making the final determination that they called the hearing. But you never tale You can't base your judgement on just logic because we'd lose out to Austin on that and they say that if he does get extradited he will be put in a prison cell. That's about one hundred times worse than the one he's in right. Now it'll be total isolation Which is you know psychological torture You know never see Sunlight. Total isolation You know it's just horrible. And they say that our official position is that we don't torture prisoners and you know it was then people would say no we don't torture you know people We only torture jihadist. You know the people who are terrorists so he Input into that category. And what are they going to get out of them? You know that that to me is is so tragic but you already alluded to it. Basic principles of what the country was founded on the emphasis on freedom of speech making it. The freedom of speech could be the ability to speak out against one's government and in this case if the foreign journalists pointing out some shortcomings that were they never been charged with lying. That he's giving false information. That isn't the point. And you know your state opening statement there. There's a crater hearing the truth which is which is tragic But once again. Don't you think this fits the category of too much bipartisanship in in Washington? Really looks like the deep state might unify the two parties at times. You too much bipartisanship. Newell Chelsea Manning just spent another birthday behind bars because he refuses to testify against Julian assange talk about a miscarriage of justice. Boy That's for sure you know the another item that's high on the news every single day Which we've talked about and I have spoken with the position. The cautiously advising people go go slowly and remember the outy but I do no harm and yet I am not quite as as I guess concerned about about the virus right now the way. I understand it. There's thirteen cases in the United States in desk. And and the other thing concerns me about the whole thing because it's having an effect on the markets right now. My my concern is the comparison. You know We've had Kansas Thousand Americans die from the flu in this flu season. Six hundred and fifty thousand cases of flu and They're they're a already Tens of thousands of people that You know catching this thing and and yet I find one thing Dan you that I think is so ironic because and we've commented on this is Boy This is dangerous. It's going to mess up the economy. What's the Fed going to do about it? Commonsense where but bullard the president of the FE at In in Saint Louis said he had a quote. He was asked this in the quote shows. How Ridiculous Affair Air? So his his key when they ask him about this Federal Reserve. What can they do about The the Corona Laura. He's as well. You know you get a cold and maybe drink more orange juice than you would. Otherwise does that cure the cold. Probably not but it treats some of the symptoms so I think it might help a little bit. Can you think you're saying that they can cure? But they actually believe that they are the The backstop for any any controls getting you know any financial markets getting out of control. Of course today. Things are moving. You know it's it's even enough to move gold significantly but even the stock market down Sir shortly and they are the protector of the financial markets. The last resort. And and you know there are a busy right now but I think I think the odds of solving these problems because I think In one case we're overreacting and other places we're under reacting and and they never suggest What we should be doing like when it comes on. Are they thinking about protecting the first amendment or they think in about You know the monetary policy design in our constitution that You shouldn't have a central bank and only gold and silver should be legal tender. That totally irrelevant. It's just a WHO's going to manage things and yet all we hear now is What we need what the backup will be print money and of course Spend more money and expect that we'll take care of it and And and soon we will find out but right now I think. There's a tremendous overreaction in the markets from the virus but it's under Other estimated because I think the reaction in the market should be due to what the Fed has already done for the past ten twenty thirty years designing the you the biggest bubble ever in the history of maybe the world especially or at least in the United States. It reminds me of that. Famous old saying never let a good crisis go to waste but you know be running when when you said you wanted to talk about the corona virus and. I know you'd mentioned this so I went over to the The CDC website that Centers for Disease Control and they had a new document. They just put out. They put out an estimate for the twenty nineteen twenty twenty police season and these statistics are alarming as you pointed out Worldwide only two point. Four thousand people have died from corona worldwide. Here's what the CDC says about the American flu season. October first nineteen to February. Fifteen twenty twenty twenty nine to forty one million flu illnesses. Thirteen to nineteen million flu. Medical visits to one hundred eighty two five hundred thousand hospitalizations sixteen thousand to forty one thousand debt. This is from the radio rolled American flu and and as you say the headlines are dominated with the corona virus and I know you WanNa be causes because we never know but when you look at the old American flu kind of pills. By comparison they they. Don't remember about that rule. I do no harm also reminds me of my first week in Congress in nineteen seventy six when we had to deal with the swine flu and this was a political stunt because Ford was president and having a difficult time getting reelected after Watergate but The there was big scare politicized and so there was a rapid Row vote brought to the floor. Bill hundred thirty five million dollars to knock everybody in the United States and so they get it passed and the irony of all. This was that there were two doctors in the Congress. At that time I sell and Larry McDonald. Who was A and we were the only two that voted against it. You know and and and our concerns. Of course. There were several reasons. This is not the way to practice medicine. Obviously and sometimes people get sick from shots. It turned out a lot. More people died you know. I don't think anybody died from the flu. And they had like five hundred K. Hase's go in Berar Syndrome And and death from that so that was much more deadly they inoculated forty five million people and after about six months. They got only because it wasn't working so what they did. They finally cancel. Cancel the program. So you've already mentioned the caution that we have to say this with because everything is risky. And you don't want to you let your guard down. But what if what if it is good health that prevents it? Listen I read that children. Don't even essentially don't get as a corona viruses and they they The people who are out in the sunshine and getting the Right Nutrition Are Less likely to get it and When it boils down to it it will probably be that the people who died in this could be true with Slough but I think the biggest discrepancy in all this is You know ten thousand people die from the flu and We're getting really really excited about thirteen case in us. Without any deaths. So I would ask people just to stop and think about it. The marketer come unglued but just think manual one one suspicion I have another I I have expressed. This is that this may turn out to be very very convenient Blame all the correction. Blame the bursting of the puzzle on the virus. Not a policy. Not On policy and spending and You know the movement towards socialism. Now that they're not going to do that. But the virus might be a convenient whipping boy and the administration can always use the the Federal Reserve but not not many people are going to be talking about the monetary policy in the fiscal policies of this country. Yeah and speaking of being in a panic our last topic we were GonNA talk about. Is the Democratic Party in a panic? About derise Bernie Sanders. It's pretty incredible. Isn't it darker ball boy boy? I'll tell you this is something. There was one article I read Simone. He it was. It was unbelievable. How panic the Democrats are and I felt so? Sorry for 'em but but They I think they're you know. They don't like unconventional politician. I trump is you know a little unconventional even though he goes along with them lock. He's unconventional. He doesn't deserve the popularity. So therefore anybody who voted for him as an idiot and know they hate them. And then it spends over to Directing all their hate toward Toward the president and this is this is what they do right now. The Democrats are doing to To Sanders Sanders has some real wild policy. I know some people are concern that this is a sign of the movement of the country that we are going to become social and we are going to be too much involved and I'm not totally convinced of that because it's such a failed system but It's going to be a challenge to counteract The deep state and the media and.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report

13:02 min | 7 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the Liberty report with me. Today is Dan you make atoms are co host Daniel. Good to see you. How are you this morning? Dr Paul Good. I've sure you work real hard studied about events and all about this election going on and I just wonder if anything much is really changes. So we're going to pick your brain today about that and say a quick so well I did. I watched a good bit of it but I was anticipating. I have to see when the sex she comes up to our thing. I was waiting for the subject of foreign policy to come out but I waited to the last ten minutes and Said if the next word is not dealing with foreign policy of giving up so. I doubt if they ever mentioned anything about foreign policy but of course the whole thing was you know had nothing to do with with a debate because if if they had an important issue you know whether it's foreign policy. Monetary policy deficits financing The welfare state of state corporatism. And that never came up. The only thing I could see in this whole thing. That came up was who got to pass out the loot. It was an argument for who who gets to write the checks and You know we have a commander in chief the military But the The are in the name. I'd like to give them what they're arguing for is. Is The plunderer cheat? Because that's what they're doing. They talk they talk about trillions and trillions of dollars. Well they don't have to pay their bills back here. Everything is free and no matter what the problem is but they want to be in charge of it and of course the one question they don't ask never asked one. Is this affect anybody's rights to Pass out so much at. Who's how's it going to be paid for totally irrelevant in? You know they. They never mentioned Federal Reserve. Can you imagine that they didn't they didn't bring that up so It was the usual stuff and It was a little bit Expected One thing that crossed my mind as I was watching because there was a lot of junk going back for the song came back. A- where are the clowns they send in the cons and then the next line in the lyrics is don't bother they're here that might be pretty appropriate. It was terrible at one time. It was going back and forth. I'm pretty sure I remember this correctly. you know. Bloomberg wasn't they didn't give him time but he didn't do much with it when he got it but he was sitting there out of quiet and we're going back and forth and back and forth and he looked over. He said you know what he says. If the more people hear this and he points to him you know of of your discussion. The votes trump's going to get and I thought well you know all of a sudden he said something. Very very accurate probably. Yes that's true. And there's a really a quick debate summary Class Warfare Bloomberg has Tara because he's so rich. He's terrible accusations of sexual harassment unhinged breathless attacks on him constantly racism of stop and Frisk you know. Some of this stuff is legitimate but it was just attack after attack after attack now sort of had the feeling the other candidates were grateful because they finally have someone else that they can all hate in addition to trump. And that's what it felt like it you know. Neither of us are fans of Bloomberg. He's an absolute authoritarian. But you almost kind of felt. Sorry for him. The others were so bad. He almost look good by comparison just kind of sitting there and keeping his mouth shut. You know the The whole thing is is socialism is a big issue. And they're they're they don't accept the principle that there's a lot of definitions lot of variety and for me what they're talking about. You solve your problems. In a voluntary way in a free and our pre market or free assistant designed for freedom or is it. The authoritarian is doing this so often leads to some form of of socialism. And I happen to think that you know you can spot which way they're going and I think the socialism the authoritarian Nazem of Bloomberg is a sense of more to a fascist state. And I think what was sanders is doing. It would be more of a traditional communist date but I you know Brumberg mention that. Oh boy understand that at all. You called me a communist your com economy. In a way I don't think Bernie actually visualizes that he would like to instill Soviet communism in this country. That's beside the point. It's it what you endorsed principles in your endorsed and what direction you go. And he wants people to stop calling him. A communist socialist is okay but I would say in a way. We shouldn't call him. We should qualify. We shouldn't for Bernie Sanders actually believes in Russian communism the Soviet system. But that would i. We could agree not to do that if he would agree. And all of them you make this mistake. They blame free-market market capitalism and for everything and I highly resented. We've talked about this a lot. That the problems we have is capitalism which will turn. I don't work in a way. They're inferring too much freedom. So much free enterprise and we have to stop that so they they do exactly what they complain about their called. Communists within they also say that we have to do is stop what we have because we hate we hate capitalism and freedom and too many choices. We have to save the people from themselves. And that's why you need. A need is but if they had to answer the question how much authoritarianism how much for somebody guns do. You need to collect all this money and to a police. The world is the worst police state in the world on what they're talking about but Now they're not going to think there turns because they see themselves in many ways as godlike you know they're going to solve social problems economic problem and they're certainly not bashful solving the world's problem so it's all it's It's all authoritarianism with the use of force and it's unlimited as far as the government is concerned It's only the people that misuse guns and violence. It's never the government. The government never never makes a mistake when they're using guns and also the people who drink too big sodas ago. But you know our good friend. Robert Wins L. I think has one of the best quotes about the debate. He said this was all about candidates sparring over details of various interventionist programs. Perhaps it became most absurd when the six statists debated the so-called differences between socialism communism and capitalism. As if they knew they they pretend but I I generally try to avoid some of those terms because there are so many variations. It's interventionism I use it time But the other one is the authoritarian. You know they pretend they're not authoritarians they WANNA bring bring freedom and justice to the people but I if you look at what the Democrats were doing in this in this recent Russia. Gate squabble on the impeachment. I don't think they were much interested in justice before the law so we have a long way to go on that but I do think that. How -nology if you look at that that there's a bunch of clowns there and but I think they're dangerous clowns and this is this is something that will not solve the problems they they they do not ever ever talk about The Concept of liberty or the purpose of government that that that wouldn't even have across their mind. It would have been pretty neat if somebody would have popped up a question. What do you think the purpose of government ought to protect liberty and not run the world? Run the economy and tell people how to. Drink Coca Cola taste thing. Is that what? The purpose of government is an interesting way of measuring popular of course polls are interesting and and they can be manipulated. But there's kind of a better way in some ways which is a skin in the game which is looking at the betting market the futures market on the different candidates. We actually have something. We saw zero hedge today if we can put up that first chart kind of interesting and it shows the strength of sanders and this is a continuous rise of sanders from October. And here he shot up after the debate and Look what happened to Bloomberg? He shot way down after the debate. That's the orange the dark oranges Bloomberg and just below Bloomberg you can see Biden and Buddha judge sort of Duke it out and you see Buddha judge taking a hike Biden has had precipitous fall from late in December. So that looks about where we are. It looks like Bloomberg's bubble has burst artificial bubble. Anyway that I think the press the media and the elites blew up You know and then it's been destroyed. I think in last night's debate. You know the way they approach. Is they assume that they can fool everybody all the time but I think just a reasonably knowledgeable twelve year old. Might ask the question. How do you pay for this? You Know How do you pay for all this free stuff? And of course they never talk about that and the one thing they don't talk about it and they probably don't have a good understanding about it because they believe that they can just redistribute wealth. And everybody's GONNA be happy not realizing that with the monetary system. We have in what they WANNA DO AND HAVE WEALTH TAXES. They destroy wealth they destroy. Well not only do they want the wealth it's already been created by redistribution but they also destroy productivity people who has created a lot of wealth. Why are they going to continue to do it? They're going to quit they. You know the the tax codes when they make a sharp. You Know Sanders have you know. I don't WANNA make everybody. You know equal to twenty thousand dollars a year. We'll have a we'll have a cutoff. We would never take all their money but he gave a number. It's pretty when you're talking to a billionaire in but they never want to understand the ramifications and they in their own minds. They believe that they are creating economic justice. But I would think some If you look into the individual lifestyles of most of them I mean sanders doesn't live in a tent. You know and He's still he's still bleeding heart and And and scheming that they do the maneuvering and the lying and the fibbing. A clown is much too nice attorneys. They're they're not clowns they're able to do or because people who use government force you legal to take from one person to another their plunders. They're they're they're they're committing theft and they never get charged without They should be enforced to explain. Why is it that if I go to person a and take half what have and give it to person be who doesn't have anything and if he doesn't cooperate either shoot him or put him in prison? Yeah what kind of society is. Why should anybody go to work? You know it's it's so sad. They don't they don't look at the principal. They look at how wonderful they are because they They're compassionate people and they're doing this and it's all going to be better because look how bad look at what freedom has done to our country. Of course we've talked so often about all this this compassionate and foreign policy compassion with monetary policy compassion with death. And they've turned that around and they're gonNA blame anybody who talks about liberty and that we are guilty for the conditions we have but not too many conservatives. We'll talk our message. You know they sort of fell into the trap..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

13:21 min | 7 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"How are you this morning? Dr Paul good good to see you here today as usual but we have a special guest today. That will be a very special program so I'd liked to go ahead and introduce her. Lieutenant Governor Janice he mcgeown and Recently we've found an article here and I was so impress somebody at the state level grassroots level talking about foreign policy Great great article. Chance to welcome to our programs. Look Good Morning. Earning Honorable Ron. It's to be with you this morning. Well grace you know And I'm very serious about this. How exciting it is About grass roots effort and local efforts. Well how can we get to the state government technically involved even in legislation or making a statement. Well every citizen should should make a statement. That's the only way we finally ended a disaster in Vietnam. You know people spoke on enough is enough but in your case you've worked in the A A way to address this subject. in a in a legal fashion by offering along with some help in your legislature some legislation to said bring our our troops home. And because you have some responsibility you have the National Guard you have this. You Know State Guard to deal with so you have some direct responsibility. All Americans have responsibility and we wouldn't have this disaster that you talked about so so clearly in your article. I was doing these crazy things that. Why are we overseas? It's time to bring the troops home. So I want to congratulate you I I for having this position and second for speaking king out and working for the Veterans for bringing our troops home and I think this is where the answer is that has to be at the grassroots level because the one thing I knew in Washington is that they're they are completely divorced from the grass roots and they don't realize they get embedded. They think they're really running the show up there events eventually. Eventually people will realize that the real efforts has to be with what the people think and what they put up with and if they put up with nonsense that's what they're going to get. But what I see. See You with US speaking out. You're actually getting to the point of saying that people in the states ought to talk about foreign policy as well. So congratulations on your article and welcome talk programs. Thank you sir and as it should be and I'm not the only one that's across the country that is getting engaged on on this issue and as we speak I think there are ten or eleven states that are because of the fact that Congress is not doing their job. They're advocating their duty. We and we have to follow our constitution where our constitution says who whose job it is to declare war and it is congress that is their responsibility. uh-huh ability that if our troops are going to be played if our men and women are going to be placed in harm's way then it's Congress's responsibility to declare the war four have a defined mission. Have our troops go over do their job and then at -CCOMPLISH the mission and then come back home and that's not what's happening in our country and especially the war in Afghanistan the longest war going on longest war ever in our country tree and Still Congress's turning. They're turning a blind eye to what's happening over there in Afghanistan. I for one along with so many. The other IDAHOANS Gold Star moms were were tired of having to bring our men and women home in a body bag. It's time for this war and it's time for Congress to do their job and if they're going to continue to be derelict in their duty than states need to step up and this is what we see Happening across the nation. And we're seeing a real growing grassroots support for this effort right and I see what you're doing is breaking new ground in getting people activated at the state state level. But so far. Since you've been involved Lieutenant Governor for a year you may have had these views a lot longer but how what's the reception ZSA although there's not legislation passers legislation proposed. Are you getting a Lotta kickback. From people. How about Republicans and Democrats whereas how did they do? This are most people noar in your most people saying go go go. What's the reception been like? Well again it's being driven by the grass roots and I and being driven by many many of our veterans here. We have a lot of veterans here in Idaho and they're the ones that are driving. Yes there are the people that are pushing back but it's a bipartisan. Effort is a grassroots effort. And it's our job to help educate and it's time to have the debate Daniel. Well you know as as you may know Lieutenant Governor World About Building Coalitions broad coalitions Dr Paul when he was in Congress. It's been a lot of time working with progressives and doing his best to working with some conservative as well. But you know the key. I think to all of this this warren pieces. She was getting the broadest coalition. Listen and really attracting conservatives into the Anti War smooth enough traditionally we talked about people. Jimmy Duncan And the like Walter Jones. They would remind us that traditionally it's a conservative issue to be hesitant about war. which is the number one? Big State adventure But it has been tricky attracting Republicans contracting conservatives because of this sort of Wrong is year that you're somehow wimpy if you oppose war and we really Applaud your effort to get conservatives on board. This is something that you wrote in a recent article even if you have no moral issue issue with police in the world American taxpayers simply. Can't afford it. What other what other? This is a great. That's a that's a great point to make what other things are you hearing that re- that really resound around with conservatives to get them attracted to this issue of bringing the troops home it's all about returning back to the principles that are in our constitution that and that's why it's so appropriate that it does come from those of us who are Very more conservative and and a follow and respect our constitution rather than our friends on the other side of the aisle who sometimes try to politicize these things. It's not about Out Paul Politics. It's about following our constitution and our Constitution is very clear what it says in when when we when we're talking about putting our men and women in harm's way and so that's what that's what's driving. The movement on top of being grassroots movement from being led by our veterans turns. Is that we we. We've gone so far. We've strayed so far away from the underlying principles of our Constitution and it's time that we return back to to those guiding principles. You know too often. We assume that everybody is against us. And we don't have many people with us and yet I think Tulsi Gabbard has realized I had this same thing happened to me when I ran that the military personnel. And you also you do work with veterans. A Lot said. They're the ones have a say so they should. They should have a lot of credibility ability so we make these assumptions because we hear it on the television endlessly into politicians are sort of WIMPS and motivating probably in Washington by the military industrial complex. But I think you cite in your article a few foof a few polls down that shows even the grassroots level. There's a fair number or a people at the grass roots. That really already support us if we just get them excited and get the message to them absolutely. And as you said in your are in your book Congressman Paul it that the more that week carelessly enter into these these conflicts. It's is true that it does further. PUT US it makes us vulnerable at home. Because we know that we have limited resources and where we're spread so thin across the rest of the world it does put our the security and safety of our nation at risk right Daniel. Will you mentioned in the recent article article that caught our attention antiwar dot com featured it in so it caught a lot of attention but a couple of really important poll numbers. First of all fifty eight percent of vets say that the Afganistan War was not worth fighting. But here's a here's an incredible and I think he may have done a show about this talk to Paul. Political poll found that eighty one percent of trump voters support support withdrawal from Afghanistan. Why why do you without necessarily being critical of the president? Why do you think? He's incapable of such overwhelming support for his positions. Why has there been so little movement in that direction? I think it's just a matter of education and that's what this effort is all about. We're doing we're sitting eating out To help educate members of the legislature members of our community. Here in Idaho. The bill is set to be introduced some time this week and so it's just. It's our job to help. Educate the public in help. Educate policymakers and I also understand that this week senator to ramp all is going to be conduct starting to conduct here a news about some of the action that has come out in the Afghanistan papers. and Ah it's all about education when we learn as as a society citizens when we learn that Congress has carelessly appropriated appropriated money fifty two million dollars for a natural gas processing site in Afghanistan. And there's no natural gas over one hundred million dollars to build a high-rise hotel that the Taliban used to stand on the top floor and shoot into our. US Embassy. It's it's all about education and as these facts are coming out and more and more people are becoming aware of what is happening especially especially in Afghanistan. I think that's where the surge of support will come from the people. The people of Idaho the people from states all across the country in in West Virginia. I think it's very interesting. It's a delegate mcgeown so there's two Mcginn certainly he there's a pull out there three to one poll in in West Virginia. The of the people who support his efforts and the more we learn about what's happening in Afghanistan especially in Afghanistan. The the more I believe that the this will be driven by the grassroots by the people across America because we're not not welcome over there in Afghanistan the recent incident that happened over there over the weekend. It is just disgusting disgusting that our troops are over there trying to train. They're providing training and assistance to the Afghan military police and what happens is from that effort up elite. An Afghan police comes out while the men and women are standing in the field waiting to be picked up they he. The Afghan police officer comes out with a machine gun and just literally most them down it is. It's sickening it's disgusting gusting what is happening over there and it's time for it to end the people we should not be interfering in that level. Their governmental Memento over there and they view us as the antagonise and so as soon as more of this information starts to come out. I think the people of this country will rise up and demand. This is the way it should be. The congress needs to be doing their job and I I think that's absolutely right You know it's easy to draw the line and gets people's attention when we talk about Iran Iraq Syria where the troops are in. There are a lot of people are dying Ryan. But then there's the other side of the story about an interventionist foreign policy because even though there might not be hostilities. Going on we're still very much involved. All we get involved in elections were in one hundred and seventy countries we participate in coup of all things. So how far are you willing to say that we should just get out not only on these activities in Warren killing. Try to work away from this intervention and US being involved. We're we're in one hundred seventy countries now so I like to draw a little closer to home with you and I believe that we're spreading our resources too thin and our leaders those Sir in Congress they again. They need to do their job. If we are going to be in a combat send our are men and women into combat duty. They need to clearly define and they need to work with our military leaders to clear clearly define what at mission is go over.

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

12:53 min | 8 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into Liberty Report with me today is Daniel McCallum our co host Daniel. Good to see you this morning this morning. Dr Paul Good. It's a good day today because we have a special guest and think need about our guests. Thomas Massie he's well known for being you know real believer Iran Liberty. But he's also believe in being a little bit Abate yes sometimes. People get too downbeat over because it deserves to be down. Be But Thomas. Welcome to our program today. Hey thank you ron. Thanks for having me on wonderful I wanNA start off with You know our history. Of course I knew you you before you were elected to Congress and we served together for two months for seven weeks so excited to sit next to try to. There's some liberty to do it on my own. Yeah but you know. There's there's one thing that I want to caution you about you know before you came. It didn't happen happen because that was such a short time when both the people would come up to me. And say Ron. You are the best congressman there is and I'd always say well you have to consider the competition. So that's why I'm GonNa tell you. You are the best congressman but you have to think what about my competition right. They say when you get elected to Congress you pinch yourself and wonder how you got there and after a couple months and you meet your colleagues you start wondering how they got there. Well I'll tell you one thing that you really really. We wonder if he ever when you become a candidate for president you go and you run into a six eight ten fifteen candidate or look at the Democratic Foreign Group right now and you say and you get to know a little bit when you're on debates with have been talked to him the light. What are these people are going to be pressing the United States? I used to think that there's no way individual like me or somebody else could be present but when I looked at them boy what a difference people shouldn't be reassured they know some of them Personally but yeah. That's a that's a good argument for smaller rest intrusive government because these folks are angels. They're not savant. There's nothing remarkable about them. They have the same witnesses that everybody else has. And that's why we shouldn't let them run our lives but you know what it does. It invites the enthusiasm for or something you deal with an idea with and that is messy. Because you're still on the road and you helped so many people. You've helped us out and conferences so that that is where the real issue is changing people's attitudes and minds you know it isn't those members of Congress that we run into it's It's the people in the universities. Universities that people in the media and all the people who've learned economics badly on the people for academic reasons and propaganda reasons endorsed type of foreign foreign policy and of course the monetary policy. So the action is. I've always thought the action is outside of the politicians. But I used that as a forum. And you do that so well well too because people know your beliefs and And they know that you have conviction in which direction you WanNa go and obviously that what is clearly for less government. Yeah and you know. Even though the whole thing is rigged at times they won't yield you even thirty seconds to join the the debate sometimes there is a democratic feature of the House of Representatives whereby anybody can go to the floor of the House for one minute and speak at new. ooh right and most of these other congressmen used that one minute to congratulate sports team or something back in the district. And that's fine but I like to use those one minutes to the advocate for saying foreign policy or less intervention for smaller government and those sorts of things. But at least we can still go to the floor As members of Congress Chris and give a speech and get that out there and be the voice that some people don't hear these presidential debates don't hear from their own congressman right Daniel. Now those one minutes great Mr Massey. There there's something for the permanent record as they say I'm tempted. I was thinking about. You know we're so happy to have you on the show all the things we could talk about and I hate to start with something. That's neither political nor dealing with policy. But I can't resist one of my favorite documentaries of all time. Time is the one that Matt Kimmy did about you in the off the grid with Thomas Massie and I've recommended it. It's so many. Dozens of people have watched it probably twenty times. I I suggest half hour you'll spend I think but I can't resist asking you now a couple of years on after the film's been made you refer to the House that you've built by hand literally you know minding your own rocks as the Shire and I was just going to ask you how things are at the Shire these days a couple years after Matt's documentary this showers running time today. I just came from my house off the grid after Dr Four Miles to get on the grid and join you in the studio but The Sun was a shining yesterday. So we're excited about that. We're using our would gasify boiler basically takes word turns into a gas and then burns it in a very clean process. That's heating our house Since we made the documentary of made some upgrades for instance. I added some solar panels that are vertical. So that when it snows here in Kentucky you don't get much of that in Texas but when it snows in Kentucky the snow doesn't accumulate on those new panels and I- upgraded our battery. I had this Brunch of clunking. Clunky lead acid batteries in my basement. Instead I I've now found a battery from a wreck model as Tesla I took it apart and rewired it for forty eight volts reprogrammed it and it's running our house today. That's amazing wonderful. The walk and talking to. Yeah well I have I have I have a question on what's going on in in public right now and we'd like to keep up with all the events and the biggest event right now is corona virus and it's it's significant because there's a lot of strong feelings in both directions you know it's the end of the world in the other is a a bad cold and by now. You probably have been asked about that. Have you been asked about the corona virus and what one must do and whether or not there should be corn warranties or has the subject come up with any of your media well It's not come up within my media. I think people are trying to gauge H.. How seriously to take it you know? We had the abol a scare in the swine flu and the bird flu and all these other Plagues that we're going to decimate somme the population CERTA speak I think it's I think it's good to be cautious I think also at the same time. You can have more more casualties from overreacting so I'm paying close attention to the reports that that were getting and You know we need to understand how the virus spreads before we start trying to figure out how to keep it from spreading and It's a new virus in it behaves new away and I think that's what's bothering people the most well. I think what I sense from. Your statement is a medical statement. I do no harm in politically officer. You're the doctor. The politicians don't follow much. I do know they wouldn't have anything to do. You know that. Okay Daniel actually. The political equivalent of that is never let a good crisis go to waste. Washington is probably say. But you know Mr Mass. You've I've been very vocal about this piecemeal business and I've seen a couple of great floor speeches and I've seen some great statements. In fact I think one of the best tweets I've ever seen which captures the whole thing. Just a couple of words. If withholding foreign aid is an impeachable offense. Why did Joe Biden threatened to do it? You know so simple. Why is no talking about Brag about your brag about? What's your take on these are these are? That's just a simple question that I get from my constituents and after the tenth when asked asked me that I decided you know I should tweet that the other thing. They asked me as if they're accused the president of using his official capacity to harm one of his opponents in the next selection. Why are these Democratic senators who are running for president using their you know official capacity to damage his reputation? I do have to You know Congratulate Tulsi Gabbard for at least voting present and not voting. Yes or no on the peach Melba jam when it was in the house because she she is running for president and I think it really is hypocritical for them to to try to damage the president by the way. Even Nancy Pelosi said. This should be bipartisan. But the only thing. That's bipartisan about. This impeachment is the opposition to it Every Republican and some Democrats voted voted against the impeachment in the house. And I think you're gonNA see the same thing in the Senate. It'll be great when we get this behind us but you know I was on the oversight committee so I was down in the scare With Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows when Adam Schiff was having what we call the witness tryouts he would bring them in there and if they performed in a way right damaged the president he would call them above ground. You know Outside of this gift for the other hearings but while we're sitting down there I realized that the Liberals Bulls had lost their momentum. It turns out things like universal background checks and red flag. Laws are gun control. That they were pushing rushing. I was thankful that they've lost their momentum on that so if there's one small silver lining in this whole impeachment sham. It's it's what I think. Nancy Pelosi knew in her heart. Art Number One It stopped their momentum in their agenda. That number two. It's going to hurt him at the ballot box. Because American people see through it. You Know Kentucky. He is a state that Sometimes Statewide Democrats For various reasons. And it's a little more complicated than just saying Republican Democrat but but How the higher this Kentucky come down now on impeachment if if somebody like you to use suffer or do you benefit by taking your position impeachment? My constituents have tuned out to out a long time ago. Most of them turned off the TV on impeachment. When the president released the call transcript of his call all with the president of Ukraine? CEO Here in Kentucky Sobat like the Mueller Report. It's a big nothing burger for the most part of of course I. There are some Democrats who are excited by impeachment and the prospect of overturning. The last election that even most of the Democrats that's and nearly all of the Republicans in Kentucky are against impeachment. What was speaking of politics? Let's turn a little bit to politics politics. If you don't mind we were a little surprised to see that you picked up a Republican challenger and I don't know how much if any you WanNa talk about it but it is. It is kind of interesting. Whoa what happened? What's going on down there when you know? I've been blessed to go eight years without a serious primary Challenger Since I won my first election but that hasn't kept the establishment from trying to recruit somebody and every year. They've nearly recruited somebody but the person backs out on them in the last second will this year they got somebody to actually put his name on the ballot and ironically he started out by his campaign. Started out the by saying that I wasn't supporting the President Enough You know I'm going to be a delegate most likely for for the president in the upcoming reelection I was a delegate at the RNC for him in the last election. I'm on I'm a CO chair of his reelecting Kentucky so I found it somewhat ironic but there is a website run by. ABC News called fivethirtyeight that tries to gauge. Based on your votes folks whether you're for the president or against the president and they give you some kind of score and I went and looked at that and every omnibus bill every debt limit. And every CR. You're if you didn't vote for them. They said you were against the president because he ultimately signed it every time you send arms to Saudi Arabia if you vote against is that if you voted against the feis accord I found seventeen votes where they said I wasn't with the president because I wouldn't vote reauthorized the court that spied on him because I wouldn't vote to send arms to Saudi Arabia and because I wouldn't vote for all of this All the debt limits and the horrible omnibus he was basically strong armed into signing..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

11:30 min | 9 months ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the Liberty Report with me today as Daniel make atoms are co host Daniel. Good to see you. How are you this morning? Dr Paul Good Talk Talk about Iraq who is in the news and that's what People WanNa hear about and we're looking around and so we find all the information so we can figure out what they're doing. It's not all that easy but a significant event occurred yesterday after you know a couple of days after the killing and that is that there was a letter circulating that said that the American government is planning to leave. Baghdad leave Iraq then all of a sudden they said it was released by the commander her US commander in Iraq and it said that we were laying plans for this but it was quickly You know denied by the officials because I would have sounded like surrender capitulation and you know the parliaments as you guys off leave and we're going to leave and and that wasn't to be true but figuring out why why they did it. I mean the letter was significant. We heard two or three interpretations. We've been told that it was. It was a Just a draft of a letter in preparation for US leaving and quite frankly. I believe there's a lot of deception going on and we haven't figured good out of what their plans on. And you know Daniel one thing as possible as maybe. We can't figure out exactly what they're planning because they might not know even what they're planning because it goes back and forth and maybe it changes from minute to minute and there are a lot of questions coming up now when you think about Russia and Putin getting involved in peace negotiations negotiations and all these other things more threats there on again only end but more specifically talk a little bit about how something like this. This letter came up. I have a little trouble bleeding believing that it's just an accident and and this is this is a big deal if if you know mistakenly released by accident or something that means they have no control whatsoever. So that's the reason that You know it's not exactly a false flag but it's false information and deliberate deception and maybe to settle things down and say well we're not ready to send in the truths we're ready to negotiate and talk about you know getting out and maybe if we up the bribes to different people We can convert or not people interact to put up with us for a long time after thirteen years. I think we're very close to admitting defeat. Just like we had to admit defeat in Iraq and move out of there so There's a lot of things that can happen in a few days and it can change immediately. I listened to Pompeii or this morning and his press conference Auburn. But I couldn't stand it because it was all just pompous talking and I was looking for a hand from him but it was. There was no reassurance reassurance. There was no understanding. No real information. It was all pure deceptive propaganda about how wonderful we are and why we're seeking impeach. We kill people because we want peace and not war. Yeah it is. It's a strange mystery and on the surfaces almost a mess up or something but if you really we stopped think about it. It's very very suspicious. The whole thing and so I wanted to go back and kind of put together what we know about it because you know how these things are often scrubbed from the media first of all. Here's something I was told from. Someone who's an insider that there really is a fight inside the White House administration the trump's for leaving but a mil- ESPN POMPEII or stonewalling him. So for what what it's worth but here's what we do know the. US is suspended. ITS ANTI ISIS training mission to Iraq I would say indefinitely suspending this mission. That's the only reason they were. They were in Iraq. Remember there's no status-of-forces agreement with Iraq. It was simply an arrangement made by the Iraqi government with the US government please come in in were overrun with Isis. We need some help fighting them. And this is the only basis so if you suspend that mission there is no basis to keep US troops in there and I I think a lot of Americans don't understand that they were there because we've always been there but then you have the Pentagon saying we're committed to the mission which descending completely mixed signals because the Pentagon cancelled that mission in Isis defeated. So what is the purpose of us being there were there because we're there so that brings things uh of why released a letter. What is the letter? And I'M GONNA go into some details later but just throw it out there. One day the Iraqi parliament votes votes to end the mission and to ask the United States and all foreign forces to leave a soil the next day or a day and a half here and there. This letter leaks from the US general in charge of of Iraq the Iraq mission in. It's a bizarre letter. It's unsigned I'll read a little bit of it sir. In due you death threats to the sovereignty of the Republic of Iraq and as requested by the Iraqi parliament. Prime Minister we will be repositioning forces over the course of the coming in days and weeks to prepare for Onward Movement etc etc some details we will take measures to minimize disturbance ribbons to the public as we begin implementing the next phase of operations I want to reiterate the value of our friendship and partnership we respect your sovereign decision to order our or departure very suspicious sounding. Don't think absolutely. I think the deception is very strong. That is a word we probably have described accurately but the report also has been removed hundreds or they plan to immediately remove hundreds of our people out of Baghdad and at the same time. We're not leaving and if you think we're going to have to pay US building this building or building the embassy but Now it's back and forth the sanctions on Iraq. Something Super Super Sanction. We spent all this time always does money. A thousand American lives are maybe more and many thousands of Iraqis and others that were killed on this and all of a sudden we deliver literally only deliver politically the Iraq system over to Iran. Yeah and Now we're fighting them and fighting to get us there. They sometimes when I make statements that this is just. They're really really ridiculous. I don't know what they're doing in others will correct me at Tom. I'M GONNA say they know exactly what they're doing. Chaos is good for them. Sometimes but I think that they don't always know what they're doing other within the fact that they know what they don't want they don't want a free society and they don't want us to be a nonintervention society and I know they want to support the military industrial complex complex so we can rule out a lot of things that they claim. They're sincere about the most ridiculous of course. Is this idea. We had to kill them it because we wanted to prevent a war. Sure somebody somebody is going to believe that. Today when they were interviewing palm peyot he. He asked the reporters. How many people in here believe the solemn I saw me was on a peace mission? You know he could have been. We don't know for sure. But this whole idea that they know absolutely that they're Hitler and the and then Zarifa courses a hitherto. They won't even let him go to the United Nations. I mean they were moving back to an uncivilized society as long as we're in there but we're struggling to maintain in our empire and I think we're on the defensive on on defending the empire. Yeah and on the defensive. I think because this is such a bizarre story this the letter. And here's a couple of things here's what we do and also some things we do know about it and some of this is according to a good article in the dispatch that that sort of broke it down. At least. This is the time line that that that I've seen first of all the story of this withdrawal letter broke on the TV channel of an Iraqi militia group. we say in Iran backed Iraqi rocky M- militia group the A H that group is on the. US terror list. Apparently it was leaked to them by the Iraqi Prime Minister's his office. And they publicized it from there. It quickly like wildfire ran through the US news media and became a huge story here origins being in the Iraqi Prime Minister's office then the US military was sent scrambling what is going on. What is they had no answer? At first it was a weird letter. It was unsigned. It had some unusual grammatical errors so the question is what happened. What really happened happened with this letter? And we'll never know but I have a couple of scenarios I will bring up. If you'll indulge me for a second. Dr Paul. First of all members can talk. Maybe it was leaked by some. US A group. Maybe some neo cons. Maybe some people in the military affiliated with neo cons to make trump look bad here. He is talking tough fe. You'RE GONNA pay us. We're going to sanction. Can you and then behind the scenes. He is sending a letter saying we're going to withdraw. We respect your sovereignty that's one could be fabricated by Iraq Iran. Dan To make the US look bad here. Look they're running their tail between their legs that's possible could be fabricated by Israel or even the Saudis forced to denial. Denial denial on record. No we're not pulling out. We're not pulling out. That's a possibility as you suggested in your opening points could be a monumental foul of makes you wonder under about about operational security of something like this what would have to be classified drops out in and a s percent at first we just don't know. Oh you know. And then millie the chairman of the joint chiefs later said in. This is the weirdest part. The letter is a draft. It was a mistake. It was unsigned. It should not what have been released or if that's the case who released it. And why would you release a draft of a letter so inaccurate as you claim. Why would you give that to the Iraqi you prime minister? Hey here's a letter that says the opposite of what we're GONNA do. What do you think about it? You know so nothing. Nothing adds up in this and I hate to but my head is about to explode well while we do know that the Russians don't sit idly by they pay a lot of attention. They've invested a lot there in the neighborhood and they are just just coming off a relatively successful event in Syria in in in many ways you know we lost. Syria seems seems. Except we're clinging to a few oil wells that we're going to pay for our pay for our troubles but I think Putin is no dumbbell and now he's talking about bringing these people together he he really is talking peace and people. Would you know the neo concerts. There you go shop and you know how how the Liberals Hate Putin to looking looking. How hate they directed him because they had to mix them up with With trump so this is the whole thing but if you if you can sit back and sit and just to analyze is Putin has come out pretty well. And he doesn't what does he have..

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"dr paul good" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"From university of Minnesota joins us right now on C show morning. Dr Paul good morning to you. What about the general mills story? We just heard about. Well, it's good news for the company because the two things that analysts look for and that investors look forward there that is increasing earnings meaning profits are up net profits, but also increasing revenue which means the company's making more money while also grabbing market share, and that means growth prospects. That's the kind of thing that analysts look foreign companies, and that's really a departure from a longer term train, which has been increasing earnings at general mills, but by shrinking shrink way, ultimately to profits over the long run you go out of business. So this is good news for general mills shows that they're finding new niches to expand in both by acquisitions through acquisitions the pet food area. But also intrinsically through their their big brands like Cheerios and the lake Paul is the agenda. Bruce moody chair in law and business, by the way at the Carlson school of business and the law school is well, okay. Let me tie in March madness and business if I can't because there's several angles here. Oh my gosh. There's so many we're going to talk about this more in detail in April the eighth, and we have our all star panel together for a business by Carlson. Quarterly report on the business of college turn. Ernie's. And what they mean for both the colleges and the host cities because we've got the final four coming here. I was telling Steve Simpson. This should be a national holiday the Monday big that everybody makes your picks because then you wouldn't waste all the company's money at work. Dave I'm shocked gambling because you don't wanna do this at home. Now, you're to do the work. But there's so many interesting angles here a couple so quiz free day. Final four NFL postseason major league postseason, which of these three generates the most in the way of ad revenue. File well, I would think Super Bowl, but no you'd be right overall the ad revenues highest for that's about one point six billion dollars. But if I change the quiz to which makes the most money for the person who buys it, then it'd be the final four interesting they generate about one point three billion. You know, they've got two three weeks of this man this, and they can sell all the advocate, but the people who buy it by for a lot less that has the NFL to the different broadcasters. Spend around five billion dollars at one point seven billion in advertising. But when they buy the one point three billion advertising for the final four, they only spend about they spend less than a billion. So there's more money to be made at least so far in the final four four. That's one aspect to it. Here's another one. I bet you've heard about wins and losses in the beginning. But I bet you haven't heard about units. So the gophers and every team that's in the NCAA tournament gets a unit that's worth about two hundred eighty thousand dollars paid. About six times over six years. So about one point six one point seven eight million dollars paid to their conference each time. They win a game play a game. So the gophers are gonna earn the big ten two hundred eighty thousand times six years about one point six one point seven million for the big ten. They win another one. They beat Louisville on Thursday. Then it's two units. In fact, if you win the the whole national championship at six units. So there's lots of money being paid in different kinds of pockets of different individuals. So when you say the gophers, let's win let's say let's get him a unit and go on for more units because that's good for the big ten which ultimately pays it out back to Minnesota. Okay. So big ten does collect that check. Right. And supposedly it's supposed to share it with all the teams, but nobody really enforces it. So ultimately some of it goes back to the university. Very interesting Paula again, I remind folks at April eighth we'll be talking about this, which is a championship days. Not it is it'll be on the eve of the final game of the final four. So I think there'll be a lot of buzz going around here in the twin cities. Hey, let me just change the subject briefly here. But let's talk about from nineteen sixty to sixty two in the four made. US retailers. That's right in that those two or three years real golden age for retailing target, WalMart, KMart and Shopco were all founded in one of them shock looks like it's going out of business now in the next three or four months, and that matters because there are three hundred stores are in the mid west and their fifteen thousand employees some of them her neighbors right here in Minnesota. So the demise of Shopco, you might think it's like the demise of big brick and mortar retailers. I don't think. So David, I think that this demise. A Shopco is more about managerial miscues it's making acquisitions and loading themselves down with that. And then then not investing in these bricks and mortar locations so that their destinations for it. And I think there is a cautionary tale for target WalMart there, and of course, you know, KMart now Sears is holding on by a thread. So they may be the next one to go. So that sixty to sixty two periods maybe see one and maybe two major retailers go under soon enough, what about Levi Strauss what's going on different stories? A great story with them. They're about to do an IPO. They're gonna float about ten to twenty percent of the company to the public. And see that the floats going to value the company about six billion dollars. They're big comeback story. Their heyday was early nineties, and then they've seen sales shrink. But now to this new CEO charlesbourg of the last seven or eight years, he's really revitalized the company with big advertising, and it can of new emphasis on different channels for the way that they sell. It's a story about how you can invest. Smartly managerial good cues and grow the company rather than see it shrinking demise. Before you go anything new. We talked about last week shortly the aviation industry. It's a big thing the week that the European crash occurred. I think somewhere around ten billion dollars market cap at Boeing was just wiped out gone. The interesting thing is the ripple effects with other airlines. The airlines day that have a lot of max max nights that southwest American and United from cancellations replacement aircraft. We've really seen those three companies lose I think perspectively southwest thirty million dollars American about twenty and United about eleven million dollars. You see the ripple effects across the corporate boardrooms from that crash one airline to watch. It's not in the US with called Norwegian air shuttle. They're exclusively dependent on max, max nines, and they really don't have easy replacement aircraft were overseas if you're investing overseas that's a risky stock right now while while while Paul too many things not enough time. But I'll look forward to seeing you next week. Then of course, April eighth on folks to make sure they tune in. Or are we going to do down to the galley are we I think we'll be Dan. Gal over I'll be great happy people over there. Big rate. Rollicking discussion debate Paul Voller. Jonah Bruce moody chair in law and business university of Minnesota here on eight real WC. Dave Lee this morning house. Look forward to Paul's visits here.

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"dr paul good" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr paul good" Discussed on WSB-AM

"But it it it you get increase nitric oxide nitric oxide can be good because it opens up your blood vessels but if you have too much of it that's what it becomes a problem excessive nitric oxide re acts with something called superoxide now this would chemistry comesa superoxide level raise array also raised in response to enter cellular calcium so if you have just nitric oxide not that big deal but when you have this superoxide with the nitric oxide that way and you start getting the problems and together they forbes something per call peroxy nitrite and peroxy nitrite is where you get the iit causes the oxidative stress it sought to break down the cells so nitric oxide by itself good nitric oxide when it's a rout super oxide not good and that's what it creates the peroxy nitrites which then caused the the reactions at caused the damage and this dr paul goods research is brilliant i think this guy should get a nobel prize after reading it over i said wow this guy just pouf blew me away most of the damage is done by excessive free radicals but some damage is done directly from the peroxy nitrite so you getting a double whammy on the cells causing a lotta serious damage so nitric nitric oxide good so we can do things like beat speech are high nitrites and nitrates i'm sorry and when they get into your body they produce nitric oxide which opens up your blood vessels are ruberwa about 10 times more nitrates then beats great for producing nitric oxide opening up your blood vessels increases circulation to.

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