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"ford carter" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

Ground Zero Media

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Ground Zero Media

"And so anything from ten dollars to start to seventy three dollars a year and of course we have friends and family. Which is you and three other people for a hundred three ninety or so. Check it out. It's aftermath dot. fm and supports the show. We really appreciate those. Who support the show. Thank you so much so last night. I took the time to actually watch the harvest moon. It was beautiful and as i was glancing at it. I saw it at the corner of my eye. Something that i thought was unusual. It was brilliant brilliant light it was moving towards the moon and i thought that whatever it was it made the whole moon affair less beautiful more spooky. None not saying that. What i was seeing was flying saucer or an alien spaceship at it could have been. You know who knows. And then i thought yeah could be one of elon musk's toys anymore. You have to be careful not to be fooled by bright lights because they can be almost anything now in the sky is they're doing a lot of launches and see a lot of strange things spooky things appear in the sky. Witnesses have often been reluctant to report them for fear of mockery by others especially in the halls of government. These days fewer people are laughing. Ufo's and people who see them and identified flying objects unidentified aerial phenomena. That's what the government calls them but they have now been taken more seriously by. Us officials in recent years starting in two thousand seven with a small secretly funded program that investigated reports of military encounters. The program whose existence was first reported by the new york times in december twenty seventeen was revived by the defense department last summer as the unidentified aerial phenomena task force the department said that the task is mission was to detect analyze and catalog sightings of strange objects in the sky that could potentially pose a threat to the united states. National security service members were newly encouraged to speak up. They saw something with the idea. Being that removing the stigma behind reporting something weird would provide the authorities with a better idea of what was out there while it's been three months since the government filed their report about the u. a. ap ufo incursion. That was reported by our navy. The reports really gave us no idea what was going on. Because as usual the government's two faced and full of misleading answers when it comes to safety and wellbeing of people stories about strange phenomena continue and report suggests that these ufo sightings are increasing and yet the media has ignored them because the government is issued their statement. So the media's abandoned their interest in these matters in it's like the siding increase is happening but the media's put all of a citing stories on whole they used to be novelty now not so easily persuaded to put these stories on the air. The idea that aliens had frequented. Our planet has been circulated among ufologists since the post warriors when a polish integrate by the name of georgia danske claim to rendezvous with the race of kindly nordic looking venetians who were disturbed by the domestic interplanetary effects of nuclear bomb tests in the summer of nineteen forty seven. An alien spaceship was set to a crash near roswell new mexico conspiracy theories believe that vaguely anthropomorphic bodies had been recovered there in the crash debris had been entrusted to private military contractors. Who raced unlock and hardware. Before the russians could documents unearthed after the fall of the soviet union suggested that the anxiety about an arms race supercharge by alien technology wasn't mutual affair. All of this ufologist claimed had been covered up by majestic twelve which was a clandestine governmental organization that convened under executive order by president. Truman many many people who know ufo history of all this before and is crazy. It all sounds. This was our first attempts at disclosure and even though a relatively small crowd started listening there were plenty of scientists and skeptics. They're always here to say that nothing was there to be seen so most of these stories are just left a discernment now. We can say that for decades. Ufo alien stories have reached the point of folklore and urban legend. Hollywood hasn't helped either and there are a few newspapers news reporters at love to mock people. Who've been you've seen something in the sky but justice belong. There doesn't belong to anything here or in some respects. They're definitely a few people that are trivialize the subject saying well i don't believe in. Ufo's i wanted to bunk. Ufo's with thing is if you see something on identified to the sky. It's a ufo if you identify that it's not a ufo anymore so saying you don't believe in ufo's you should say as you should say. I don't believe that what i see in the sky that strange is being piloted by extraterrestrials. Be unrelenting denial of possible extraterrestrial alter terrestrial activity on this planet by the. Us government has precipitated and uninterrupted daleus. You've accusations acts of co intel pro and cover ups and other things and this contributes to conspiracy theories fringe speculations fo- scientists queries in a growing multitude of reports of unacknowledged encounters in abduction cases in addition the subjects. It's become so thoroughly inundated with obvious. Disinformation here's saying manufactured artifacts not only that but forged films hoax films videos of alien autopsies misunderstandings by the media missing information at added in applicable information again provided by the media and a myriad of other conflicting data which had made the subject hard to grasp for those who consider themselves. Skeptics are skeptical when you try to break through misinformation. Disinformation has always been wise to realize that no matter how smart you think you are if you are operating with erroneous ring complete information. You'll never uncover find solution any issue. So i find it so discouraging that there are certain individuals that tend to have a myopic view of what is around them and that they fear the idea of opening their minds to the new understanding of old ideas. There seems to be this willful ignorance that can be worn comfortably by individuals of different political and religious beliefs that contributes greatly to a dysfunctional and hypocritical society but the fight for truth continues and some people in places of power are giving subtle hints. That they know there's at least something to be said about alien interactions with human being. We go back in history. And we look at we look at presidents like truman or kennedy. Ford carter and reagan. They all told us every one of them told us that flying saucers were real. It.

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"ford carter" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The aircraft delivered in nineteen sixty two was given the number. Sim twenty six thousand. It was i used on november tenth. Nineteen sixty two to fly president kennedy to the funeral of former first lady. Eleanor roosevelt. sim twenty. Six thousand wasn't used from nineteen sixty two to nineteen ninety eight and served every president from kennedy to clinton although it wasn't always the primary plane this plane was made famous for being the location of linden johnson's inauguration and it was also involved in a fly over during president. Kennedy's funeral followed by fifty fighter. Jets sim twenty. Six thousand is currently on display at the wright patterson museum. Sim twenty seven. Thousand was another modified boeing seven seven which entered service in nineteen seventy two. When i say. I'm twenty seven thousand is put into service. The twenty six thousand became a secondary plane. The sim twenty. Seven thousand was dubbed the spirit of seventy six by richard nixon. Any headed painted on the nose. This was the plane. That famously took president nixon to china. When nixon resigned his resignation took effect when he was in the air over missouri. The pilot colonel. Ralph albertazzi changed the call sign of the aircraft. When the appointed time arrived by notifying kansas city. Air traffic control. That air force one was now. Sim twenty seven thousand. Because the president was not on board during the tenure of president ford. The plane was equipped with defensive systems for heat seeking missiles and he was also the first to start calling the plane itself. Air force one. Not just the call. Sign sim twenty. Seven thousand also served presidents. Ford carter reagan bush clinton and the other bush. It's last flight was on august. Twenty ninth two thousand one. When it flew president george w bush and his family to the ranch outside waco texas. Sim twenty seven. Thousand is now on display at the ronald reagan presidential museum in california in nineteen ninety. The current presidential planes were brought into service the boyne. Vc twenty-five is a modified. Military version of a boeing seven forty seven and there are currently two of them they have the codes. Sim twenty eight thousand and s. Am one thousand nine thousand. These planes have capabilities. That previous presidential aircraft lacked. They can refuel in flight. Which means they can basically fly indefinitely. They have enough communications equipment on board to run the entire military from the air. After the attacks on september eleventh they were upgraded. Such the president can do a live broadcast on board to the entire nation. All of the wiring aboard the aircraft are shielded to protect it from a nuclear electromagnetic pulse and there is twice as much cable as what is normally found a seven forty seven. Sim twenty eight thousand twenty. Nine thousand are probably the most sophisticated aircraft in the world from a communications perspective. The current planes have sleeping quarters for the presidential family and other members of the presidential staff as well as a seating section for members of the press. They're is four thousand square feet of space available on.

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"ford carter" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To Southwest Nissan Forward Highway off Interstate 20 in Weatherford. What Uh, and let's go to Dan Dan of Grandview. Hey, Dan. Good morning, Ed. Hey, I have a lively discussion with a friend at work this week about the rising gas prices at the plant. And, yeah, man. His position is resolved by President Biden's fault, and of course it is. Of course it is. He's an all trader. He's spoken. He's spiking the prices. Of course it is. Well, that may be true, but, uh In my position. Possession to him was it's just the market and, uh Changes are kind of out since the pandemic and Now everybody's driving and you know somebody wrote me that line this week. About the price of gas. With Biden there and the price of gas when President Trump was there, right? Harry and I again first thing. These things are not determined by presidents because I've written a lot about speculation on Wall Street. But I was talking about the period back in 2000 and 7 to 2000 and eight when all went from $69 a barrel 148 while at the same time worldwide demand for oil. And fuels was falling due to the global, uh, recession that was taking hold right before the financial system collapsed. Right well, that's speculation. So this I think it was the Congressional budget office. It came out day before yesterday and said economic growth in this quarter and I don't want to get this wrong. I think they said it's going to be over 7% So when was the last time the economy grew in America? By 7%? How many years back? What do we have to go? Oh, quiet here. Yeah, And so when the guy wrote me the letter I said yes. But when President Trump was first elected, the price of gas was higher and fell while he was president. The same way that car sales new car sales in America fell three of the four years he was in office, right? I agree. One president Obama went went into office. Remember the meltdown? It happened and oil was down like $30 a barrel. Les Price paid at the wellhead. But the economy came back because the government pumped so much money into it. So did the Fed. It had nothing to do with Obama. But gas prices came back, didn't it? Car sales rose seven out eight years he was president. But, well, people want to blame a president. It's not. It's the Federal Reserve and it's the government stimulus causing this well and that was my position with my friend and we're still friends was I don't understand how any president could affect oil or gas prices, but they can't. There are ways they can do it. The problem is, we have a lot of news sources out there that actually well, even when I was writing for business week back in that 7 4008 period, I had places like Neil Cavuto. Right there. Producers reached out to me to come onto this show. I did CNN with Wolf Blitzer wants and I said, I'm not doing this again because Jon Stewart's right. You're just there to be a trained monkey to entertain their audience. When they do this stuff. They're just throwing questions at you and saying You're the expert and all that, but they're not taking anything you've written seriously. So I went looked up all of New York, New York Cavuto's reasons why oil was going so high. And everything he wrote was just nonsense. And so I told the producer I really don't want to go on his show and have his ignorant his ignorance on this subject. Override the stuff I actually went looked up. I'm not picking on Neil Cavuto was just on this one issue. He was blaming it on the Arabs. Okay, good for you. That's not what it was. Well, that's quite that's pretty much what I thought it was a president takes drastic legislation. They're not going to really be able to effect the oil market. They can. Again. We can do that We can impact it. It's just he has been president all that long. And as I predicted, most people are going to kind of like Joe. Because he's more of a moderate anybody thinks, and he's more of a capitalists than anybody thinks, because he's from Delaware and most every major corporation in America is incorporated in Delaware. You don't get to be a 50 year senator from that state less if you are business friendly because they'll run you off, right? What do I believe up? What I tell everybody, I said the biggest fear that that would be rational. Is going to be with Kamala Harris. If anything happened to Biden and she became president. Because there's just something about her. If you look at her career in California, which is a very, very smart, very capable person, but I don't know that she has enough sense to back off when she's given power. And so sure enough, what's happening this week? All these leaks about what a mess or offices right? Yes, There you go. That's exactly what I forecast. Most people would like Biden because he's actually a centrist and he's pro capitalism. And she would be the weak part of this administration. That appears to be happening at least through this week. And I bet they're having some tough talks with her. Well, I want to thank you, Ed for telling me that I'm not Silly for thinking that presidents can't really well, they can, but they don't normally affect the oil industry. You know again. I got into the car business when Richard Nixon was president. So I've been through Nixon Ford. Carter, Reagan Bush. Juan started doing the show. Bill Clinton, uh Bush to, uh Obama. Trump Biden and you know what I know about the car business..

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Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former US Vice-President and Celebrated Liberal, Dies Aged 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale a liberal icon for Minnesota has died at the age of ninety three in nineteen sixty four Walter Mondale was appointed to Minnesota's U. S. Senate seat replacing his mentor Hubert Humphrey Mondale was known for his advocacy of social issues in nineteen seventy six he was Jimmy Carter's running mate when they unseated Gerald Ford Carter saying some thirty years later I felt the vice president be the best one to give me the help I needed I never had served in Boston before as you know and Chris was express NO eulogizing Mondale as the best vice president in our country's history Mondale unsuccessfully ran for president in nineteen eighty four choosing a woman as his running mate losing to Ronald Reagan in a landslide he served as ambassador to Japan in the nineties Mondale's wife Joan died in twenty fourteen three years after their daughter Eleanor Mondale is survived by two sons Jackie Quinn Washington

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"ford carter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But that was certainly much more than redeemed by his performance during the Cuban missile crisis when this world really wasp on the brink of nuclear annihilation, But if you look around the globe, I mean what he had to deal with Cuba. Berwyn, Southeast Asia. The whole process of decolonization in Africa. It was an extraordinarily eventful time, and I think by and large Kennedy handled the crisis you dealt with, and I think he grew I think he grew in office. I think there's no question he would have been re elected in 1964, the first president to intersect with television and its massive power correct, absolutely, and then that you're with enormous and not altogether healthy impact, not only for the presidency, but I would argue for for American democracy. Generally, it's It's no accident that Kennedy you know, he moved. I can't press conferences and they were. There were television cameras. It was Kennedy who turned them into into a defining moment in the presidency. Now, let's go to LBJ. I preface this by saying. I love the first couple of books by Robert Carol, one of your colleagues in the art, and it is an art of presidential biography. I can't read the master of the Senate because I loathe the LBJ. I just don't like the man Hey, woz and ideals of polarizing figure There's not about but you know what he may have the last word literally because of the tapes that he left. Meanwhile, here's the hypocrisy. People were outraged. Richard Nixon had White House state, but I can guarantee the historians air gratefully left to bind and winning Johnson, who was remember, among other things, not very good at public communications. A great irony, baby. He turns out to be very good at posthumous communications. It was women. Johnson, who, with his heart and soul wanted to fight a war on poverty on who in many ways was consumed by that other war. In Vietnam. Did he ever do anything for the reason he articulated what that would mean Johnson deserves real credit for political sacrifice with the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. Remember after Selma when he stood in front of a joint session of Congress, and he said, we shall overcome. He knew in doing that, um, that he was probably Um, kissing off the support of the south. He wants solid democratic south for a generation or more. I mean, remember or whatever. And I agree. There's a lot of God knows where a lot of flaws to this man and I think the I think that the credibility gap I think the pervasive distrust of government generally really is as much winding Johnson's doing. As it is Richard Nixon's, But it is also true that there were moments in his presidency when he showed great political courage and the reason we remember some presidents and forget others is because They're willing to take risks for something bigger than reelection. Heavy run in 68. We've lost, probably to Richard Nixon. Yeah, I think I think so. All right, let's begin with our in. What? Make you of him? Well, Richard Nixon said once that it would be at least 50 years before people could write about him objectively. And, um It may be something to that. I certainly It will be a long time before we have the complete record will never run out of books on Nixon will we know, But you know you need time for emotions to cool. And to gain some kind of perspective. Nixon's a fascinating character in so many ways because he was so miscast for politics. He he described himself as an introvert and extroverts profession. Through sheer will and self discipline. Um, he made himself into obviously very successful campaigner on a man who came back from defeat 1960 in this segment, Richard. We have to get through the end of Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and George the first So I'm gonna let you do that. What? You've got 10 minutes to do. 10 5 presidents. Okay, look, you know greatness is in the eye of the beholder like beauty. But there are presidents that we know. We know whatever we think of them. We know they're important, all right, the president who opened China and went to Russia and find the salt agreement and created the Environmental Protection Agency. That's an important figure quite apart from his historically unique status is the only president to resign, agreed. Now, Ford You know, Ford is often seen as an addendum, You know, kind of the rounding out of the Nixon presidency, and I think that may be inaccurate. I think there's more of a break there than most people think. In some ways. Ford is the first post new deal president. I give you one example economic deregulation today. We take it for granted. In fact, it's beginning to be a backlash against it. But in fact, economic deregulation was an idea that was really introduced during the Ford presidency. The railroads were deregulated, and in fact, Ford had regular legislation to deregulate the airlines already to go, which in fact was then picked up by and successfully championed by Jimmy Carter. So there's more of a break. Actually there and Ford, of course, the only UN elected president, the Orient elected vice president, Ah, man who confronted in some ways the most severe domestic crises, at least since 1933. If not since the Civil War. His historical assignment was basically to restore trust in government. I think most people 30 years later, I think you did a pretty good job of it. He's also was our greatest athlete. As a president. I think Jerry Ford, he probably could have used Relief act. I'll be right back more with Richard Norton Smith to keep going on and finish our President's Day special,.

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"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I am Scott War is privileged to be joined by the one and only Clark. Howard. We have covered some vast topics over the last hour. Plus, I thought, Why not go with a little bit of a lightning round Q and A And does you're about to hear it was rather revealing. Can I just throw some rapid fire your way real quick. Sure, Okay. He's were submitted by some of my friends and some of our callers. What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be either governor or senator, or, like so many other kids, President United States It was your first job. I worked in a warehouse in a furniture store. Starting at 11 years old. We didn't have child labor laws where I grew up. And so you were expected to work as soon as you could. In 11 was the age of started working How often in your everyday life heading to the grocery store? Whatever do people recognize your voice? And do you have any funny little anecdote? You can share about a instance where they did. Oh, you know, uh, in a lot of cities, people know what I look like from TV. Sure, so it didn't even have to get to the voice, but but he's thing I'll hear from people. Is. I thought you were taller than you are or you're skinnier than I thought you're fatter than I thought or whatever. It's always something like that Come stream of consciousness right out of somebody's mouth and you just smile and laugh because it's because people are being genuine. I mean, it's what their Thinking or feeling a lot of times, people will immediately say Yeah, I meant to call you But I've got this problem I would like to ask you about and then there you are standing in the produce aisle solving people's problems. My wife's favorite story is when she was pregnant. With our first child. We were in Home Depot. And somebody came up to ask me a question. And she said. Clark. We have to go. I've gone into labor. I can tell. I've gone into labor and the guy says no, You'll have to wait. I'm not done with my question. No, he did, he said. They said that and I said, no, we have to go. You can walk with me and I'll answer your question while we're walking the car and he actually did what side by side with me. Is I have my wife or my arm, You know, And I answer this question. And then we got in the car and we drove to the hospital and you get to the hospital. The guys in the delivery room with enough question. Enough is enough. All right, How about this one who has been the most famous person you've ever had an opportunity to meet in any any favorites of all the celebrities. I guess if you think about famous people, I guess it's presidents that I've matched her, Uh, Nixon, Ford Carter. Try to think of any others. I think that maybe it that was back when I really thought I was going to do the political thing. You do reside in the state of Georgia. I hear there are political things afoot in the state, but we're also waits were also excited because we have hundreds of millions of dollars of out of state money pouring in here. And so it's boosting our suffering economy and I was driving around earlier today, and I saw all over the place where one of the Republican candidates is paying people to stand at street corners. Holding her signs of women named Kelly Leffler, who was appointed to the seat and running for a full term and she's got so much money. She's got these people everywhere. Just holding these science. I mean, keep putting this money into Georgia because we need it. Would you run anymore? Or is that something that is that that ship has sailed? You know, I came very close to running for mayor of Atlanta two different times in 1997. In 2009, and each time there were reasons in 97. It was because I just been given the opportunity to launch into syndication just months later, and I was like Run for mayor going to syndication. Let's do the syndication thing. So I did that in 2009. I was in the polling, then I was really Moving towards it. And then I got to this thing. What I call the Jeb Bush moment. Where you know when he was running in 2015 2016 for president. You just had this sense. He just really didn't have any fire in the belly, right? It didn't really want to do it. And I discovered that about myself in 2009 that I just didn't want to do it. You don't go into something like that, unless it truly really is what you want to do, because it will be All consuming If Joe Biden said Clark, please come to the Oval Office. How would you advise me? On tackling student loan debt student debt in America because that it's such a hot topic, you $1.5 trillion outstanding on student loan debt. You think about that number 1.5 trillion It's hard really, to give it frame of reference. It's roughly double the outstanding credit card debt. The United States. It's an enormous burden. How do we start to tackle that so well? I think we work we future proof. And then we look at what we're gonna do with these people who have this debt. So what I would do is I would make it much tougher to borrow for college..

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"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"WTMJ conversation rolls on. I am Scott War is privileged to be joined by the one and only Clark Howard. We have covered some vast topics over the last hour. Plus, I thought, Why not go with a little bit of a lightning round Q and A And does you're about to hear it was rather revealing. And I just throw some rapid fire your way real quick. Sure, Okay. These were submitted by some of my friends and some of our collars. What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be either governor or senator, or, like so many other kids, President United States It was your first job. I worked in a warehouse in a furniture store. Starting at 11 years old. We didn't have child labor laws where I grew up. And so you were expected to work as soon as you could. In 11 was, the agents started working how often in your everyday life heading to the grocery store? Whatever do people recognize your voice? And do you have any funny little anecdote? You can share about a instance where they did. Oh, you know, in a lot of cities, people know what I look like from TV. Sure, so it doesn't even have to get to the voice, but his thing I'll hear from people. Is. I thought you were taller than you are or you're skinnier than I thought you're fatter than I thought or whatever. It's always something like that Come stream of consciousness right out of somebody's mouth and you just smile and laugh because it's because people are being genuine. I mean, it's what their Thinking or feeling a lot of times, people will immediately say Yeah, I meant to call you But I've got this problem I would like to ask you about and then there you are standing in the produce aisle solving people's problems. Well, my wife's favorite story is when she was pregnant. With our first child. We were in Home Depot. And somebody came up to ask me a question. And she said. Card. We have to go. I've gone into labor. I can tell. I've gone into labor and the guy says you'll have to wait. I'm not done with my question. No, he he did, he said. They said that and I said, no, we have to go. You can walk with me and I'll answer your question while we're walking the car and he actually did what side by side with me. Is I have my wife or my arm, You know, And I answered his question. And then we got in the car and we drove to the hospital and you get to the hospital. The guys in the delivery room with enough question. Enough is enough. All right, How about this one who has been the most famous person you've ever had an opportunity to meet in any any favorites of all the celebrities. I guess if you think about famous people, I guess it's presidents that I've matched her, Uh, Nixon, Ford Carter. Try to think of any others. I think that maybe it that was back when I really thought I was going to do the political thing. You do reside in the state of Georgia. I hear there are political things afoot in the state, but we're also wait. We're all so excited because we have hundreds of millions of dollars of out of state money pouring in here. And so it's boosting our suffering economy and I was driving around earlier today, and I saw all over the place where one of the Republican candidates is paying people to stand at street corners. Holding her signs of woman named Kelly Leffler, who was appointed to the seat and running for a full term and she's got so much money. She's got these people everywhere. Just holding these science. I mean, keep putting this money into Georgia because we need it. Would you run anymore? Or is that something that is that that ship has sailed? You know, I came very close to running for mayor of Atlanta two different times in 1997. In 2009, and each time there were reasons and 97. It was because I just been given the opportunity to launch into syndication just months later, and I was like Run for Mayor Go into syndication. Let's do the syndication thing. So I did that in 2009. I was in the polling, then I was really Moving towards it. And then I got to this thing. What I call the Jeb Bush moment. Where you know when he was running and 2015 2016 for president. You just had this sense. He just really didn't have any fire in the belly right and didn't really want to do it. And I discovered that about myself in 2009 that I just didn't want to do it and you don't go into something like that, unless it truly really is what you want to do, because it will be All consuming If Joe Biden said Clark, please come to the Oval Office. How would you advise me? On tackling student loan debt student debt in America because that is such a hot topic, you $1.5 trillion outstanding on student loan debt. You think about that number 1.5 trillion It's hard really, to give it frame of reference. It's roughly double the outstanding credit card debt. The United States. It's an enormous burden. How do we start to tackle that so well? I think we work we future proof. And then we look at what we're gonna do with these people who have this debt. So what I would do is I would make it much tougher to borrow for college. College costs of escalated over the last couple of generations at three times the rate of inflation roughly three times the rate of economic growth. So that's why a family Two generations ago, could easily afford to send a kid to college and today can't because the loans have eliminated the discipline. On college campuses by the administration's to control overhead. And so college costs are out of sight. Because people just they just say, Oh, we just borrow more money. Just borrow more money. That's how we got to 1.5 trillion and student loan debt. So if we made it much more difficult to borrow. The colleges would be much more careful with what their overhead was what they charge. And I think that you use a marketplace solution to reduce the cost of college. I also with what college upside down. In the first two years Instead of pre Rex. I would devote the first two years of college to somebody getting an actual marketable skill that's needed in the marketplace in the workplace. And then if people want to leave after two years with an associate degree, they do that they want to go on and the reverse education. They then get the liberal arts side. Two more years. Then I think we'd be in a much better position with so many people graduate from college and with the degree they get. What can they go? Do so I would do that on that side on the loan side. I would not do..

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"ford carter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To the Murph in Mac Show with Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey, where the Giants and 40 Niners flagship out here in San Francisco, But it's funny. I'm looking through Jim. I don't know whether to ask you about your sports career or I'm looking here. You've interviewed Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump So nicely done, Jim. Good morning. How are you? Good morning, Murph in Mac, How you guys doing? Thanks for having me on. Yeah, well, it's been a In a lot of it's been a great great life so far, and, you know, I wrote this book talking to goats and just decided May as well put in the president's is well, I'm not going to write another book, so this one's going to take it again. I'm going to take it all and put it in here. Yeah, it's called talking to goats with a forward by Tom Brady and Jim, I guess. You know, Sort of my first question would be sort of like how you found yourself. What? What would you attribute getting into the position to interview all these people? We mentioned the world leaders. We all know LeBron James and Tom Brady and every other major sports figure. But if you had to tell like a young aspiring sportscaster, how you got there, is it just simply hard work. Other breaks along the way. Um, how do you get to where you get when you get to interview the best people in the field? Well, you have to have breaks along the way and you have to have a lot of people and I would say that the people are the most important thing in the relationships that you could develop. And and I was very fortunate at a young age to have great mentors when I was an intern in a sports video tape editor back in the late seventies. The first job that I had was a channel nine kptv in Denver. And you know if you get people who care about you, and you're willing to show that you that you will do whatever it takes to, uh uh, you know, try to become a part of the organization. All the things that nobody wants to do back Then it was ripping the wire longing. Highlights of games, making calls for the sports anchors and sports reporters. Um Watching videotapes pulling out the best sound bite. It's just doing all of those little things that you hope somebody will notice you. Um, and then developing a relationship on Biff. You're you know if you can connect with people and they can and you can get them to somehow taken interest in you. Because of that hard work and dedication. I think they'll find that they'll get lucky because I had to create some of your own luck. Some of it is pure luck, and some of it is pure happenstance. My first interview with Muhammed Ali Because they couldn't find anybody else in the station. I was 18 years old with 7 30 in the morning. I was only one there. They thought that I knew sports because I had been a sports intern. And his plane was 2.5 hours early, so they sent me out there to do. It was the first interview I ever did You find that that didn't have anything to do with You know, uh, being being dedicated or discipline or anything? I just happened to be there. So you need a maid. A confluence of all those events. It sounds like a reminder of the old Thomas Edison 99% perspiration. 1% inspiration, Right? Just keep work and keep showing up. Keep doing your stuff, kids. That's the lesson, Jim When it comes to interviewing, Um, where do you think we're just study? The art? Did you? Did you have a mentor? Did you look a lot like a Walter Cronkite or Howard Cosell? Or or did you form your own style? How did you How did you form your interviewing style? I, you know. Watch television sports with my dad growing up and we would go to games. But I love Curt Gowdy, and he was He was kind of local for us because I'm from Denver, and he was just across the border and Wyoming So we kind of would watch his events and he got to do all those great events, you know, and not only did the FL games, but he also Doing the final fours and the national championship in the Rose Bowl. And so we were always really proud of Curt Gowdy. Kind of being from, you know, a Rocky mountain man and you know the amount door sportsman. Um, So, uh, I listen to him and I loved Howard Cosell, and there was a local man who did the Broncos Nuggets and back Then there were the Denver Rockets in the A B a games. His name was Bob Martin so anyway. Would just listen to them. And then I got older and got this internship on became a video tape editor because all the guys were getting out of film they were converting from film to video tape. So They all took the union by out a bunch of young guys and girls get the opportunities. Videotape editors. Well, when I was sitting in my head it boots all the time. Would be there late. So I started watching Johnny Carson on the Tonight Show. And then I would also came up in the era where America was held hostage and Ted Koppel would come on the ABC stations with Nightline and I was working at the ABC station. So I started to watch both John Johnny Carson on one monitor and Ted Koppel on the other and thought that they were so remarkably similar because they could listen. Think and react simultaneously. They were great listeners. They could process the information and they could react with the question right away. So I would watch those shows every night after the news in my edit booth before I drove back to Boulder. You know, this is remarkable how great they are. And so I kind of I don't want to say I studied them, but I just had such great admiration for them, and they just wouldn't watch them all the time. And I thought, Boy, if you could do that. You could be a success in broadcasting and they were two totally different people. One was a comedian. And the other one was, you know, a newsman who was trying to gather information, but they both were trying to get to the same place, which was to inform the audience. That's good stuff on the art of broadcasting with Jim Gray's got a brand new book out just in time for the holiday season,.

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"ford carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg Television. Here's Reshad Salama. Alright, let's get a sense of now what the elections and the eventual winner will mean for relations between Washington and Beijing on Ash in the senior director of government affairs. Eyes of the U. S. China Business Council. What is your gut reaction here? AST what This could mean for the relationship between the two countries now and Does a Biden presidency changed the game compared to more for four more years of Donald Trump? Truth be told, no matter how the election shakes out I think that we should all brace for a rocky year ahead. This is there is a remarkable amount of agreement between Democrats and Republicans. About the need for the US to take a stronger, more aggressive, more competitive approach to its relationship with China on DH. I even think that regardless of who controls Congress and the Senate We're likely to see a lot of consensus between the parties. There will be nuance, nuanced differences between how abiding administration might approach China issues versus the Trump administration in terms of Thie overall. Labor of U. S policy. I think it will be a lot like it is right now here. Maurin views like this one on Bloomberg Television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile APP or check your local cable listings. Every boat must be counted. No one's going to take our democracy away from us. Not now. Not ever. America's come too far. America's fought too many battles. America's endured too much. From a vice president Joe Biden. Their wagon on the vote as the counting continues for audience worldwide. Good morning, Tio alongside Jonathan Farrow, one Erin 12 minutes away from the open about Let's get into the price action just very, very briefly in the equity market, a tidy rally over the last few days a huge rally on the NASDAQ the S and P. 564. We had another 1.85%. The S and p that sell off in the U. S dollar Just as this session grows older, That standoff gets bigger and bigger. Your O'Donnell 1 18 46. We are positive there 1% point that is a stronger Your eye. Will. The president joined a very lonely post War club with Ford Carter Bush Sr. Tom Kane, incumbent presidents that did not get that next term. Come Election day, The county continues the political pundits. Of course I They have had a huge, huge dose of humility. You gotta think about what they've had to swallow. After staring at poles over the last two months, Tom that said this would be a wipeout. At one point they don't want to call this. No one wants to call this because the vote is still being counted this market. Is making its move in a big white yacht. The market is voting right now. There's no question about that. I would point out yen absolutely stunning over to standard deviation move strong and well under 10 for 103 71. It is rare that you see that we've seen too much of a Mark Evans to really joins us now our chief Washington correspondent Kevin is Georgia. We could talk about Georgia. I'll give you an open call here. What state are you focused on now? In the short term. Let's just go through the TIC TAC in at 10, 30 Eastern Time New York time We're going to hear an update from George's secretary of state with the latest round of additional votes that come in, so that's unjust, more than two hours when we should get additional votes count or at least an update on the timeline of the Georgia on the battleground state, then At about noon Eastern we're going to hear from Clark County, Nevada. Of course, that's where Las Vegas is the overwhelming majority of votes in the battleground state of Nevada. That's going Teo really still potentially push Joe Biden to the magic number of 2 70 in the electoral College count. But then this evening, 9 P.m. Eastern, and this is where it gets interesting eyes when You're going tohave, Arizona provide a final update with regards to Maricopa County. Now the Trump campaign has been saying that they feel that Arizona could potentially still go their way. But well, no, we'll have a lot more clarity. I should say bye bye, 10 O'clock New York time tonight. Once all of this data comes in Kevin, one of the reasons why you're so great as you walk the halls of Capitol Hill, people say, Kev, what's going on and you say to them? What do you really think of this election? The result for the Republican strategist that you speak with? Say. Hey, calves are they saying all right, You know what Trump has lost. Biden has one or they still saying, You know what President Trump is right? And some of these thes grow. These states could be battle grounds, including Arizona. I don't want to be careful here because there are definitely still a large number of Republicans that I speak with. You are very much forcefully fighting with the president, whether it's Eric Trump and re Giuliani yesterday in Philadelphia, But that said, I did yesterday speak with one source who works in the halls of Congress. As you just alluded Tio, who told me that there is a palpable frustration with how the president communicated. On election night with regards to Andi and the hours that followed in claiming certain victories that quite frankly, the results have not been finalized. They have not come in yet on. There's a frustration on that. Meanwhile, with that frustration, there's also an excitement about the potential of midterm elections in 2022, also about the strong knight that Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell had in terms of defending seats with Senator Joni Ernst Senator Susan Collins on DH Senator Lindsey Graham, three that immediately come to mind in which there have been questions about whether or not they would. I thought Kevin McCarthy, who is the leader, of course, that the Republicans in the House of Representatives, noting about the seven or so seats as of now that Republicans picked up in what will still be a Democratic majority in the House. But expanding their gains and diversifying in terms of the Republican caucus with the addition of several women, Acela's minorities in the House of Representatives, there's this sense of there has to be patience and waiting in terms of what happens with the presidency, but there's also this sense of it was not the blue wave that could have been For Democrats, and there's still a narrow path to that happening. But there wasn't this massive BlueWave tsunami of sorts in Congress. It'll be much to talk about in the coming days. Right now We've got to continue counting votes come. It's really so much. Our chief Washington correspondent. This is a joy Rick Michigan joins us. Now Frederick, Michigan of Columbia University, a former Federal Reserve governor, and weaken wax philosophical about the Fed about her central bank. Forget about that. Let's wax philosophical about his wonderful textbooks on policy..

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"ford carter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's news radio one other thing just by way of introduction, the debate moderator will be a woman named Susan Page. She's a 69 years old. She is a veteran. A longtime member of the Washington Press Corps. She was the Washington She is the Washington bureau chief for Yusa. Today on DH. She has According to an article that I'm reading out of The New York Post, has interviewed the past nine presidents, including three after they left office. I've interviewed a lot of those same presidents Ford Carter, Reagan Bush one, Clinton Push two. Yeah, Obama s so So anyway, she's she's a graduate Northwestern master's degree from Columbia University. And I think from what I've read about her that she will do a good job that she is not someone who wears her politics. On her sleeve. Let's go to the phones. I want to see what all of you think. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930. What are you looking for? Tonight and Do you think we're operating the importance of this debate? Okay, Uh, I don't think you can overrate the importance of this one because of the circumstances I outlined earlier. Steve is in Cambridge. Hey, Steve. Welcome. Next time the ring Central nights I called before tonight's Save What? I'm hoping Is that Mike Pence will make Americans realize that this debate is not about Mike Pence in Kamala Harris or Uh, Joe Biden or Donald Trump. But it's if they know if Americans.

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06:28 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Montanaro also NPR White House correspondent Ayesha Roscoe for their context and analysis of what we have seen thus far on day one night, one of the GOP Convention. Aisha, I want to bring you back into the conversation on DH talked specifically about some of the coded language we've we've heard tonight. When when we have heard people talk about getting rid of suburbs. Can you explain exactly what what that means In the context of this election in the context of the Trump campaign, when they make an allegation about Democrats wanting to quote do away with the suburbs. Who are they talking, Tio? What does that mean? They're really talking Tio White suburban voters, particularly white women, and and when they're using this language, saying that they're going to get rid of the suburbs, they're going to bring in low income housing. That means people of color that means black and brown. People are going to come into your neighborhood and therefore there will be crime and you know there will be violence. That's why you hear so much talk about the city's. What they're saying is when they're when they're talking about violence in the cities, and you've heard it over and over again. You heard it from the McCloskey's. Tonight. That couple. What they're saying is that you're going to have the crime of the city's come to your town on and that is also coded language for people of color, that there's a lot of violence in the quote unquote inner city and that you are safe in. You know, if you are white and in suburbia, you're safe. But it could come to your city. So this is language that has been used for a very long time there. There's a history to this, and that's the context for all of this on, so when they're using that language, that's what they're really talking about. And what I'm always interested in is how they talk about the city's as if they're not a part of America. President Trump is president of the cities as well, and he's the president of California as well. So that raises the question. I mean, there's sort of this overriding question during this convention is Is President Trump trying to just talk directly to his base, Or is there going to be some attempt by this campaign to expand that base? We've been talking about the coded language he's been using to talk about people of color violence and inner cities to try to appeal to the suburbs. We've been talking about coded language, and much of it is about honing his message. Online order, So Aisha or Domenico I mean, do you see any attempt here so far tonight in the Trump campaign, trying to appeal to some of the people who've been speaking out during the protests that we've been seeing sweeping across the country against racial injustice. I think that there's two different things as far as trying to reach out to people beyond the base and reach out to people who are, you know, dealing with the racial reckoning in the country and want to hear from him on that. I think that that's a more difficult thing. The second part of that I think that they will talk about criminal justice reform. You'll have Alice Johnson, speaking later this week who Trump had pardoned after she's served 21 years in prison. For what? People during that trial, said she was of ringleader of the of a Memphis cocaine ring s O, You know, they're gonna try to talk about some of those things. And you heard some of it with the state representative from Georgia, talking about Trump's funding for HBC use again. I don't know how much of that is really intended for. Black voters as much as it is intended for white voters Can we also point out that President Trump is vying for reelection and at a time when he's handling meter crises, you know the pandemic, the family economy, But of course, it's not new for an incumbent president to be facing challenges for reelection, President George W. Bush was facing growing discontent from the Iraq war in 2000 for president Obama was struggling with Sluggish economy, but can either of you I sure Domenico put into context. How President Trump's challenges going into this election is different from previous incumbent presidents facing challenges. Yes, certainly. I mean, you know, the president here is facing a deeper hole from ample in polling than almost any past president Except for Harry Truman in 1948. He's down by an average of nine points in the polls. Trimble was down by about 11. You know Ford Carter. They were all down by more than a point going into the convention, but Trump down by more than them. All of those races tightened. Both Carter and Ford lost Truman Wanda winning and turning things around wearing a completely brand new, unprecedented situation where we have one hyperpartisanship unlike we've ever seen before, certainly more so than 1948, and we're in the middle of a current virus pandemic. How do you get people registered to vote? How do you get out the vote when there's all these questions about the Postal Service on whether people can safely wait in line at the polls? So we should just note now that we are watching a pre recorded video of President Trump in the White House, speaking in conversation with a handful of U. S hostages who were released under his administration. I want to bring NPR's Mara Liasson back into the conversation tomorrow. Let's shift it to foreign policy. President Trump And his administration like to talk about the hostages who have been freed, because, frankly, it is. It's a legitimate win for him in in a AH foreign policy world where he has he has had missteps. Hey, has had he has intensified rhetorically, using rhetorically dangerous language intensified tense relationships. Foreign policy is not going to be something that he's going to want to talk fulsomely about during the convention. No and foreign policy usually isn't something that is at the top of voters list of priorities when they're voting for president And I would say foreign policy is playing an even smaller role, this time than this already small role it's played historically. So there's not unpopular war overseas. Donald Trump made sure about that..

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"ford carter" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on KPCC

"I'm Rachel Martin, along with Elsa Chang and we've been speaking with NPR Senior editor Domenico Montanaro also NPR White House correspondent Aisha Roscoe for their context and analysis of what we have seen thus far on day one night one of the GOP convention Nisha, I want to bring you back into the conversation on DH talk specifically about some of the coded language we've we've heard tonight. When when we have heard people talk about getting rid of suburbs. Can you explain exactly what what that means In the context of this election in the context of the Trump campaign, when they make an allegation about Democrats wanting to quote do away with the suburbs. Who are they talking, Tio? What does that mean? They're They're really talking to white suburban voters, particularly white women, and and when they're using this language, saying that they're going to get rid of the suburbs, they're going to bring in low income housing. That means people of color that means black and brown. People are going to come into your neighborhood and therefore there will be crime and you know there will be violence. That's why you hear so much talk about the city's. What they're saying is when they're when they're talking about violence in the cities, and you've heard it over and over again. You heard it from the McCloskey's. Tonight. That couple. What they're saying is that you're going to have the crime of the city's come to your town on and that is also coded language for people of color, that there's a lot of violence in the quote unquote inner city and that you are safe in. You know, if you are white and in suburbia, you're safe. What it could come to your city. So this is language that has been used for a very long time there. There's a history to this, and that's the context for all of this on, so when they're using that language, that's what they're really talking about. And what I'm always interested in is how they talk about the city's as if they're not a part of America. President Trump is president of the cities as well. And he's the president of California as well, Exactly so that raises the question. I mean, there's a sort of this overriding question during this convention is is President Trump trying to just talk directly to his base? Or is there going to be some attempt by this campaign to expand that base? We've been talking about the coded language he's been using to talk about. People of color violence and inner cities to try to appeal to the suburbs. We've been talking about coded language, and much of it is about honing his message online order. So Aisha or Domenico? I mean, do you see any attempt here so far tonight in the Trump campaign, trying to appeal to some of the people who've been speaking out during the protests that we've been seeing sweeping across the country against racial injustice? I think that there's two different things as far as trying to reach out to people beyond the base and reach out to people who are, you know, dealing with the racial reckoning in the country and want to hear from him on that. I think that that's a more difficult thing. The second part of that, I think that they will talk about criminal justice reform. You'll have Alice Johnson, speaking later this week who Trump had pardoned after she's served 21 years in prison for what people during that trial, said she was of ringleader of the of a Memphis cocaine ring. S o. You know, they're gonna try to talk about some of those things, and you heard some of it with the state representative from Georgia, talking about Trump's funding for HBC use again. I don't know how much of that is really intended for black voters as much as it is intended for white voters. We also just point out that President Trump is vying for reelection and at a time when he's handling major crises, you know the pandemic the family economy, But of course, it's not new for an incumbent president to be facing challenges for reelection, President George W. Bush was facing growing discontent from the Iraq war in 2000 for president Obama is struggling with a sluggish economy. But can either of you are you sure Domenico put into context. How President Trump's challenges going into this election is different from previous incumbent presidents facing challenges. Yes, certainly. I mean, you know, the president here is facing a deeper hole from an impulse in polling than almost any past president Except for Harry Truman in 1948. He's down by an average of nine points in the polls. Truman was down by about 11. You know Ford Carter. They were all down by more than a point going into the convention, but Trump down by more than them. All of those races tightened both Carter and Far Ford lost Truman Wanda winning and turning things around, but we're in a completely brand new, unprecedented situation where we have one hyperpartisanship unlike we've ever seen before. Certainly more so than 1948. And we're in the middle of a current virus pandemic. How do you get people registered to vote? How do you get out the vote when there's all these questions about the Postal Service? Ah, and whether people can safely wait in line at the poles. So we should just note now that we are watching a pre recorded video of President Trump in the White House, speaking in conversation with Ah handful of U. S hostages who were released under his administration. I want to bring NPR's Mara Liasson back into the conversation tomorrow. Let's shift it to foreign policy. President Trump and his administration like to talk about the hostages who have been freed, because frankly, it is. It's a legitimate win for him in in a Ah foreign policy world where he has he has had missteps. Hey, has had he has intensified rhetorically, using rhetorically dangerous language intensified tense relationships. Foreign policy is not going to be something that he's going to want to talk fulsomely about during the convention. No and foreign policy usually isn't something that is at the top of voters lists of priorities when they're voting for president And I would say foreign policy is playing an even smaller role, this time than this already small role it's played historically. So there's not unpopular war overseas. Donald Trump made sure about that. That was one of the things that he Put front and center last time he was going to remove US troops from various hot spots around the world. None of our business anymore. We should be doing nation building at home on that one. I think he had the support of most of Americans and Joe Biden Eisen talking about Getting involved overseas. Of course, he wants to restore America's leadership in multilateral institutions, but foreign policy is really at the bottom of the list. Of priorities. I don't think you're going to hear the president talk about it, because that's not what voters care about this year. So I forgive me for keep going back to it. But Kimberly Guilfoyle Sze address stood out so starkly because of the tone..

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"ford carter" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"With Washington's one size fits all responses to any number of problems we've had in this country professor welcome back to double bill Sir let's start with the oil crisis Ford Carter even Reagan early on where the federal government reached out and grabbed power Donald Trump has he begun to do that in this case has a degree let me just stop and say all this talk about my brilliant work you should really say more John well we're up against the clock today I I've traveled on way too long about golf a pop I'll be I'll be more of a bigger one insightful more often is but to accompany my name look it up I remember the first oil crisis I was a graduate student in Cambridge mass at the time and you know it's a it's a very packed area and the east and the US government set a fifty five mile an hour speed limit across the whole country and laid back did you know with the idea that if you didn't do it they wouldn't give you any highway money which is you know pretty pretty substantial threat but will the one that I like is that in Boston or that I remember is that you they made everybody in the country agreed to right on red well I think right already most of the time great idea and saves gas and so forth but in Boston where people take stoplights is kind of a suggestion and not a rule the the local officials thought it would just create more chaos in the streets let's not do it and the federal government just threaten to cut off their highway money and they had to buckle under what's striking about trump is that for all the hyperbole and bluster from the from the bully pulpit of the White House he's really given federalism a chance here and I think even some governors including Andrew Cuomo for example has set different policies for the more rural upstate areas of New York fan for it very highly populated areas around New York City and buffalo so I think it just makes sense to decentralize a fair amount of power but to centralize some other thing policy guidance check spurted by emergency personnel federal funding all of that totally agree professor you know I've said this a hundred times on this program that I don't know why governor Pritzker in particular does an offload some of the political responsibility for this crisis to the counties and two other mayors in the larger metropolitan areas because why not he's up on the criticism anyway and they know what they're doing and if they break it they can they if they break it they have to buy it you you catch my drift absolutely and you know downstate Illinois it is a lot different from the area inside I eighty and inside I eighty is a lot different from the very dense areas not only in the city of Chicago but in women you know when the Cicero in many of the highly populated areas right around Chicago so I agree with that and I don't think I think it's a problem to try to set one policy for everybody at this point though I would say a fair amount can be just allowed to individual people I'm over seventy and as a result I'm going to be taking very different precautions than my children who are in their mid thirty S. well that makes sense and here's the deal we've all seen what this can do especially to those of us who are more vulnerable cell and now it is incumbent on us to take care of ourselves and Grampa and gramma as well and take the economy out of this medically induced coma we put it in and get back to work and the vaccination will come along hopefully sooner rather than later and we'll learn from all this but I I am gratified that the federal government has a reached out with draconian measures or you know even some of the I know we didn't they haven't thought about martial law but you know a lot of people warning about them running we're just much too reasonable for that I think also the good news is the judiciary on a federal level is packed with a lot of concern is now that would slap that down in a moment I take it as absolutely right and I think said that the idea when when president trump says I'm going to override him and sounds as if he's being you know puffing out his chest in going to exert everything yep what he means by that is I'm going to issue federal orders that override those of the state of Michigan and I'm going to do it from the oval office I think that's wrong what he means is I'm going to A. as the build bar to look into the department of justice filing suits in federal court to prevent over reaching by state local governments and I think that's a perfectly fine is really no Reagan did so well just talk directly to the American people say call your representative I once managed to have lunch with Ronald Reagan it was just me and about a thousand of his close and he was in Chicago and it was amazing and that if you have a second I'll tell your audience about it please everybody who is powerful and rich in the in the state was in that room and then they had some people who are sort of seat fillers like may and when Ronald Reagan came into that room for a luncheon talk there was one person in that whole room he really wanted to see Jack Brickhouse the cubs announcer that was the first person he went to bed that's how Ronald Reagan got his start with announcing the UPS games from I can morning with Omaha what it's no different good morning yeah he only got the lines over the teletype telling him what the last matter had done it he had to sort of get all up till now but I agree with you the president has an incredibly powerful voice and sometimes this press to usurp actively and sometimes and quite often he uses a hyperbolic but you have to do what you said right at the beginning watch what he's doing now what he says professor Lipson thank you Sir I hope someday have Americus attached to my title we'll see you soon down at the university of Chicago have a back up here soon you are great with merit John thank you Sir have a great weekend stay safe Charles Lipson joining us here on W. L. asks how do you feel about your your dentist the good news is they are open and they still claim that they are not at all not at not at all thrilled about delivering pain from time to time the mama that.

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"ford carter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Everybody today and I just wanted to mention it because that's just kind of a cool thing a bottler who served at the White House he served under eleven presidents from Eisenhower to Obama died just died he's he was eighty one years old he died from corona virus his name is Rick Wilson Roosevelt German so he was through Eisenhower Kennedy LBJ Nixon Ford Carter Reagan bush forty one Clinton forty three Obama that's pretty impressive and apparently it wasn't until the Kennedy administration when Jackie saw him and said you know you've been such a good guy we want to promote you to but looks like he was doing some other things you know sort of low level things before that but anyway but not just you know nice little rest in peace to Mister Wilson Roosevelt terminal let's face it you fancy yourself as wanting a Butler at your house in the mansion on the hill and honey we have many we don't call them Butler's we call them are often well the first question I want to ask everybody is now that Cuomo is patting himself so hard in the back that he needs to go for a chiropractic adjustment because he's opened up five sections of New York state construction manufacturing retail you can drive up to the curb make you pick up I forget one of the same I have yet to hear anybody saying can't wait to break out up to the finger lakes off Gloversville or Amsterdam Onondaga county or even if you re county which has been opened is this because nobody has any money right now well I don't remember at first people were saying the danger here is if you open up upstate everybody from downstate where we're still in a lock down Long Island channel lockdown Westchester mid Hudson that they would start going upstate take the new York State Thruway as anybody out there actually because they've opened up ever so slightly upstate in the five regions ventured up there because you figured you could do more things up there then you could down here I. numbers one eight hundred eight four rate W. A. B. C. that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two another question I had is for those of us who have houses and so we can have like maybe a little laundry little backyard are you finding yourself doing things are thinking about more things having to do with home entertaining you know thinking about how you're going to adjuster will mean because we certainly have that's what you know because of this coronavirus we decided we're going to redo our backyard we're gonna make it a little bit more of a liveable backyard on we're going to spend money on backyard furniture as opposed to other things and you know I think that's directly because of coronavirus now you know okay take your time at home that takes me back in time to hand him over to our house knowing that you can find her looking long ago when I was a kid right on the corner of Pennsylvania Livonia Avenue in the heart of east New York where he kisses Brownsville Brooklyn was a huge store a fortune off you know the jewelery hello yeah they have a big picture of the guy with a push cart the original fortune off was over on Belmont Avenue in Brownsville pecan Avenue selling his wares I know they've gone into the patio business yeah yeah right yeah it's got to be the same family I think they will then that miracle mile there you know in Nassau County issue going on northern Boulevard out you know to the Noles Schulman also I like cheesy I wonder if you wind up with all furniture from our regional we've gone to I will not mention the call yet yes exactly we've gone a fortune off to look at furniture what way back and it was pricey did your Wayfair is having a great sale right now it's seventy percent off of a lot of the furniture did your husband pick up a ankle ratio for you at the time because that's where everybody went to fortune off when I was a kid no he did not I I don't wear ankle bracelets not that I have a problem with them it's just I'm not you see I don't wear a lot of jury I never really we're gonna show you how to you know the supreme cushion and I just like my fourteen karat engagement ring right here that's plenty of jewelry not a Japanese Jewish American princess not the last of my technical board it's jewelry centralized I loved I like diamonds though that's all right you qualify during a lot of children and again the big story of the day believe it with everything going on all over the world the news once in awhile that does and will Donald Trump wear a mask when he goes to the Ford planning yep so any right outside of Detroit the largest Ford manufacturing plant in the world Willie knight and the Michigan Attorney General has said if he doesn't he cannot come back to Michigan any longer and Ford company will pay a hell of a price because we're coming after them if they don't enforce that rule and scratching my head and say you got to jam suggest burst in your state thousands of people having to run for their lives as the flood waters are coming to day towns and the big issue is whether the president is wearing a mask on not wearing a mask on the very same day that vice president pence we do what would self quarantine is actually down in Dade County where you apart yes that's my that's my spot having a lunch or brunch with governor Disentis indoors in a restaurant right across from each other at a small little plasticky looking table right and Formica window mass and sitting your people who are not wearing any math so they obviously do not believe in nothing they don't believe in social distancing okay cool kids with the truck which American that they did so many other issues but again if that's the fixation vine well because I guess it's the message that if he sends a message that it's important to socially distance and that's what's going to help when we open up our country that's what's going to help us keep the numbers of infection down yet he goes out and he refuses to wear a mask because it to me that sends a message that he doesn't believe in social distancing and I'm not sure what my listeners supporters start following the the box the over on the point spread away the president is going to be wearing a mask today because it probably since gamblers degenerate gamblers can bet on many sports events what do you got you got horseracing Coldstream in Florida you got UFC bouts that take place she got golf that's taking place other than that you're really on sports soccer in Germany so for degenerate gamblers should probably taking this out so would we like to take action not the we're gonna be passing any money I say that absolutely no way he's gonna wear a mask I number is one eight hundred eight four ray W. 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C. that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two and then to a very serious is you that occurred yesterday in the daily read the already press conferences eventually realize como can call the second son of model factual but it took one more I don't know where after two months with a massive numbers of senior citizens who have passed away while they were in lockdown in senior facilities all throughout our state long term and we have facilities he's been hammered of late as to why it issued an order as Murphy did in New Jersey forcing the nursing homes to take those patients who are diagnosed as being positive corona virus and then for the very first time yesterday we heard him blame the CDC and president Donald Trump this is a political season I get it I refrain from politics I'm not going to get into the back political back and forth but anyone who wants to ask why did the state do that with covert patients in nursing homes it's because the state followed president trump's CDC guidance so they should ask president trump I.

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"ford carter" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It read read the transcript for yourself. It's available. What he said that I mean the number? The the money wasn't even mentioned in it. The the aid was not spelled out all right you need to do this. Investigation of Joe Biden so that I can beat him in the upcoming election or you will will not receive the four hundred million in military assistance. It was never spoken ever okay but but the premise. You're losing sight. It's not trump trump. Did something impeachable. It's the maxine waters principle that we're going to find something either way he's gone right that's all they're operating on it is. It doesn't matter what the facts are. It's just can we convince sixty seven senators to agree with this and the answer is no they can't they can't I mean there's no way they can they can even get to a majority let alone sixty seven so you know I mean you. Can you can argue this for another year if you want to. You're not gonNA convince six. They're going to they. Probably when this when this gets defeat. Start something else in the next couple of weeks They'll do something else. Something's already in the works. Absolutely it is you have to. Yeah no this. Absolutely after Saturday's trial session which ended early to allow Democrats to hit the campaign trail. Joe Manchin said trump's legal team did such a good job. That's our arguments are making me. Think about things should your senator. It's your job. Think about things he's been. I'm glad you're finally coming around to that. Well they're doing such a good job of thinking about things. Yeah what what a concept in a trial you would think about the things. Okay but hey at least at least. He's on his right yes he said one thing stuck in my mind and that is that there isn't a witness. They have had so far that had direct contact with the president. Yes Joe Mansion for you. Yup I'd love to hear from Mulvaney and Bolton Will Bolton didn't have direct. He didn't have direct contact with trump on this on this call. He wasn't on the call and he wasn't part heart of any of this Ukraine thing as far as I know at least according to President trump moderate Senate Democrat Doug Jones from Alabama has also signalled a willingness to remain impartial and consider voting to acquit trump. I'm hoping to hear the facts and the rebuttal from the president so I think that's only appropriate nice. Then you've got of course on the other side. Mitt Romney who signalled signaled that he'd like to hear from witnesses. I WanNa hear from more witnesses like John Bolton thank you man yeah well. Apparently the bulletin related breaking news today. Is this a New York Times report. That came out late last night. That says that he thinks there's a link. Well let's see. Ah this is Fox News Story. Let's see included a claim. This is a book. Bulletins manuscript for a book apparently was just submitted it includes includes claim that trump explicitly linked to hold on Ukraine aid to an investigation of one hundred and trump told bulletin in August according to a transcript of bulletins forthcoming book reviewed by The Times Times quote that he wanted to continue freezing three hundred ninety one million dollars insecurity assistance to Ukraine until officials there helped with investigations into Democrats including the binds unquote and. That's nuts in the manuscript of Bolton Book about the come out well if it's in a manuscript of Bolton book take that right to the bag well that's what you that's what they're hoping moves the needle today. Oh it's not going to. I hope I mean that's what's that scant. That's nothing that's nothing burger just like the rest of the stuff and let's just say that this is absolutely accurate. Fine whatever who cares I know well it has nothing to do with the election. It has everything to do with the misuse of the vice presidential office. Yes by the predecessor. Joe Biden that's correct correct. This has the take twenty twenty out of this. We're looking at corruption. That happened in the past. Will you investigate that for us. Because we gotta root out of our government I mean this is the US Treasury. It's so easy to just put this in the context of US interest. It's in the interest of the country. Not just a person not just donald trump. It's in the interest of the country. To root out. Corruption Ukraine was a funnel for corruption of the last administration. And everybody knows it everybody knows so why. Why do we have this sham continuing to go a month after month after month? you know. They're so puzzled. That the that the spectator gallery in the Senate is is half empty. They don't understand why. Why aren't people watching our show? Boating here where is everybody. Oh come cobbler not watch and what we're doing. We're making history for these people. These ingrates don't even show up. Watch US play with their fidget spinners. I Love I love the fact that nobody's very few people are watching on TV. And they're certainly not showing up in the gallery. Why because they don't care if done done? If an impeachment happens in the senate and nobody shows up but did it happen you know. I think most people just made up their minds already ready. Okay we got it all right. We understand there was no quid pro quo. We're not concerned about this. We've we've got an election coming up in November. We want to remove him we will. Why don't you leave that to US seriously? I mean remember last week we had a shift saying that affectively thing. We can't wait till November. Yeah we can't let it can. We can't let the people decide because he's going to steal that election if we do. That's his inference. And it's despicable it's un-american it's pathetic meanwhile president trump showed up at the march for life. This is the first sitting president to attend one of these marches. While George Bush didn't do this No certainly Obama. Didn't you know that you know Clinton wouldn't did go on. Was it going on when each. W is there or Reagan. It's it's hard to believe but on the right remember. I think it goes back to Reagan. And he didn't even do it. Remember the it used to be much more more. I don't know counter even to the Republican Party to be pro-life so I guess it was sticking your neck out this has been going on since nineteen seventy four the first march for life so even before Reagan well Carter and Ford as well none of them. Wow Ford Carter order. Reagan h.w Clinton W Bush Obama seven. US presidents didn't bother to go. This one did and and when you say what can you say anything. Nice about trump. Well he shows up here he speaks at this event and he's a he's a big fan of Israel more than any predecessor as well. I mean there's so many think has done that previous presidents. 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"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You know that they've made the case and that maybe they should have thought about that before the brought it over while Democrats work to persuade Republican colleagues to vote with them I've been reaching out to my Republican colleagues to see if they have questions want to discuss issues and so far I have not made any progress Senate Democrats say they want to hear real counter arguments from the president's defense team up next door here to here finger pointing at the house and how they conducted investigation what I want here is their facts and circumstances to disprove what we've heard so far and tomorrow's session begins at ten AM and then we'll run for several hours the president's legal team will likely use Saturday Monday and Tuesday for their opening arguments and they to get twenty four hours reporting in Washington I'm Corey love are now back to you and so we'll talk about that tonight needless to say by virtue of the fact that we have heard the same thing over and over and over again there are other reasons why we have our guest on this evening St Peters joins us he is retired major from the airforce and a congressional candidate as well he was running for the house representative battles fourth congressional district in there a June night Republican primary we're gonna be talking a bit about the impeachment situation to be sure and also about why there are war veterans in the public office so again I'm not sure that that we have heard anything that that the necessarily of promotes saying anything that we haven't said for the past several nights in a row so what will still be perceived as the the the topic allows us to do so and also take a look at the issue of veterans running for public office I happen to be veteran about run for public office certainly but nonetheless I think the topic is it is an important one St Peters thank you for joining us tonight yeah my pleasure and thank you for your service Sir I thank you thank you very much and I'd like was right back if that you first of all you're running for the the house in the Virginia the fourth congressional district I've I've not of that conversant with the the districts in the Nevada but the bulk of the bar and Dick Clark County that is to say right around Las Vegas is this one of those districts where the port the congressional district in the fourth congressional district that it is the top third of the Las Vegas valley includes north Las Vegas north west Las Vegas and that Jackie and the rural areas and almost to Carson city on the west and six and a half county in total very good so it's one of the the bigger districts like I said Las Vegas Nevada like a number of western states was largely a a city state if you will but to the population around the Las Vegas similar to Phoenix Arizona Salt Lake City a Utah and so on so I've got a better a better grip I guess all this particular district it is said that the metro Las Vegas but to the rural areas I guess of of the van are pretty Republican metro Las Vegas varies I guess so but I I know the sort of difficult you're quite competitive in much of that region what can you tell us about the fourth district what port district is split block into conception they it was born out of the twenty ten census Democrat held the first two years of twenty twelve to fourteen a Republican one in twenty fourteen held it locked into a Democrat and then that Democrats stepped out in the Democrats who want to first time step back in and they are the Republican who want to be the first time that a rematch in the Democrats okay you know why that was we can we can argue but the reality the numbers show us that it's he plus great though there are more Democrats but the non partisan vote when we run the numbers number get away the non partisan vote will decide this election if if everybody shows up so he has turned out up I know that that there's been a trend away from both veterans in but in public office and part of that of course is simply a reflection of the fact that if you go back say to to World War two a virtually every adult male was a veteran and to a certain extent the lack of better words in public office is a reflection of the fact we have had the major wars is very to time it's also to a certain extent a reflection of the fact that we into the draft as well but but I note that in the Senate the last time I looked I think that there was something like the thirteen percent of the Senate it was the veterans at one point I figured recent memory was about double that the house in nineteen seventy seven that eighty percent of the the house members were veterans that number the last time I checked was nineteen percent for the presidency of course you can go back did say just to to World War two and the president's Truman Eisenhower Kennedy Johnson Nixon Ford Carter Reagan and H. W. bush were all veterans since that time with the presidencies of Bill Clinton of George W. bush rock Obama and Donald Trump of those four presidencies the only military services the Air National Guard service of of president George W. bush not to to me that but it's simply a note the fact that increasingly decisions of this country that often especially at the federal level often affect the security of the country and people in uniform are increasingly being made by people who have ever spent one second in uniform that bothers me as well as well it should as well as your I mean I I get done nineteen twenty years in the airforce they deployed to the Middle East four times I brown start of Afghanistan you know if you if you gonna send the sons and daughters of America overseas to to fight wars that we should or shouldn't be and you know that's another debatable topic you should have you should have a really close grip grasp on on that decision and and what it really means you know when I was in Afghanistan you're carrying carrying very body capital no flag draped caskets across the tarmac to repatriate are our troops I in that manner back the United state that as a significant our responsibility and our daughter to have it unfortunately but you know having that experience no I have I have a really tight grasp on on what it means and and and making those decisions I think the leaders of our country can have that I'm not sure exactly the percentage of Americans currently who are military veterans I know certainly that the the greatest generation is dying rapidly if you look at at World War two for example except for those who may have lied about their age to get an early assuming that you were seventeen in nineteen forty five that means that the youngest World War two veterans were born in nineteen twenty eight so that means that the youngest the babies of the World War two generation were born this year they will be ninety two years of age and therefore they are a disappearing alike wise that you go to it's a career of veterans for example and you it you the look of the year the youngest of the Korean War veterans and that takes you down to I guess is roughly like let's see here born in nineteen fifty three so the forty have had to would be well doing the math quickly in my head for the seventh in their eighties open up that will do the do the matter but but even the youngest Vietnam veterans were born to back in the a time that they or their their sixties right now the the the the bottom line is for our major wars we are talking about veterans were getting extremely old obviously still have better served in the Gulf wars we have better served in Afghanistan Panama symbols such conflicts none the less as a percentage of the population it's it's dropping at at this has bothered me a great deal over the years that we increase we do we do respect our veterans I have seen and been a part of of for example people in in airports who stood up in a group of of of the military walking through the airport and I've applauded but but increasingly we treat them I think as beloved mercenaries we are so glad that they are willing to put their **** on the line for us it's not a shared thing and I think that's that's bad for the country yeah I agree with Ben a young pad to the point of the number of veteran serving in in Congress that unity and strength and I went in the military in nineteen ninety two the end strength year over year was was on a decline every year it was a it was you know a matter of dropping in strength and doing doing more missions and more activities with with your personnel so you know I at at this time we're at now I don't know that the end strength numbers now I've been out for a little bit but we are smaller all the mighty force and you know that played into the the number of people who are serving so yeah it's it's a it's a dangerous thing that we have when we don't have people leaving the country in a look in the Senate and house that they don't have a lot of experience and and know what to do with the power that now I I have with the data on occasion certainly voted for non veterans and greets me because the I have no other choice and I would say that I would vote for a veteran over non better in every instance however it is a strong tie breaker for me I did that man for those who haven't kept track of this the youngest World War two veterans are ninety two this year the youngest Korean War veterans kids are eighty four this year the youngest Vietnam veterans are seventy four years so you know again we're just talking about a serious the difference in in terms of of the time that so involved you're gonna come back and take some calls for our guests he is major Stampeders retired from the Air Force he's running for Congress from Nevada in the Republican primary and that will be talking about the impeachment as well as the need for more people who serve their country to to serve again in a different capacity will be.

"ford carter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of the new seven W. well one of the great economists in the world the three best economists Steve Moore Larry Kudlow art Laffer because Steve Forbes in there too but the they've written a book it's a wonderful book called trump anonymous you should read it also you can follows the more on Twitter or of the heritage foundation Stephen Moore how you doing Hey mark I'm doing great and and more importantly the American economy is doing great thanks to come but I mix yeah I know you and Larry Kudlow and art Laffer advise the present I think you may have caused this impeachment it's only because of the strong economy the Democrats out see no chance of beating him and that's why they're trying this nonsense I completely agree with that I think the American people kind of get that that they can't beat him up about ballot box so that you know first it was the Russia pro but the how long that go out for a year and a half and that lead nowhere and now they're out this impeachment and I think it's two things number one you know they can't they can't beat him at the ballot box but number two this is a distraction it's the a diversion tactic by the Democrats and I think it's you know probably pretty smart of them because the last thing that they want to talk about right now is an economy that you know has the lowest unemployment rate lowest interest rates the lowest mortgage rates and and lowest inflation in fifty years in the biggest wage gains in twenty years I mean this has almost nothing to complain about with this economy we're seeing it by the way mark you know in spades with respect to what's happening with these consumer spending numbers over that you know over the Black Friday weekend we're just a blow out to be worse I think mark as they have more yeah you know because it's only three times in the modern history where we've had a president out after one term Ford Carter bush senior and they all had the same thing in common bad economy so with the biggest best economy history there's no way to knock this guy out after one term it's not going to happen it's interesting you know because if you look at the polls you know they said they'd pay a you know a fifty fifty race but you know it's interesting because if you look at the betting markets you can actually I don't know if you're aware of this park you can actually bat yeah I was going to win the election that's what people actually you know put their money down you know so that's a much more accurate gauge of what's likely to happen than just you know calling up someone on the phone and saying what do you think it's got a wonderful year about four and knows better tools which are significant in a lot of money is being traded on us and they tend to be much more accurate than the public opinion polling they have trumpet about sixty five percent chance of winning right now so that you know like a lot can happen in one year obviously but you know right now trump is looking pretty good not withstanding the fact that the media beats him up every day and once the last time you read a story about the you know the great economy that trump is created by the way we're gonna probably get the soft number on jobs tomorrow I'm not gonna you know we after the blockbuster number we got last you know month it's gonna probably be you know a lot of work I probably because you know businesses are literally running out of out of workers just read the front page of The Washington I mean the Wall Street yeah Hey and yet so I predict you know what yeah yes there is a recession is right around the corner because we didn't get another blockbuster jobs report and you know that so the only time they ever want to talk about the economy is when there's any you know all my gosh a recession we're going up a quest and the ladies gentlemen do not believe that we you know it's maybe just temporary pause and and hiring but all the other signals are sold strong I mean especially how much people are our shopping and I'm wanting to I mean the online is is yeah you know like eighteen to twenty percent this year hi this Christmas season you know when you talk about how much you increased jobs lowest unemployment years that should have been a big asterisk on it because that's at a time where jobs are being a limited like crazy by automation and digital and robotics so that's an even more amazing feat the you guys pulled off it is and what we're seeing here and so interesting how the new economy is changing the kinds of jobs out you know we're seeing like she you know is a laying off some of their auto workers but at the same time out Amazon just announced a couple days ago they're hiring a hundred thousand people at the small city a hundred thousand people you know to do all the delivery and all the packaging that's necessary for the yeah I don't know are you are you have about shoppers every day yeah well they're they're I don't like the new economy so you know that that we're not running out of jobs in the country were running out of workers we need all hands on deck we need everybody work it out they are still in the job because they're seven million of them seven million I after all America that somebody jobs open there are all right I took its reelected easily the present gets reelected when you guys got planned for a tax cut two point no our by the way I I don't want to I don't want to get overconfident problem that Hillary Clinton yeah well let's say he gets reelected the out of the bag yet brutal reelection actually I think it's going to be you know a dog by right yeah but in terms of the but I do think truffle when and then of course yup tax cuts to point out I like the idea of one of the ideas I'm catching to learn about the president yeah when you think about this one are all unlimited cat three savings for middle class people so let's say up to an income of five hundred fifty to two hundred thousand dollars if you put ten or fifteen thousand dollars into a savings account you know either in Iran I thank you know you've got to put that money and without paying income tax on it manually pay tax you know when you take the money out because we do not encourage people to save more and and you know become less by the way is a great way to make people less reliant on government right if they have their private pools of saving white caps state brings twice one of the reasons people don't say right now is because you know you pay your income tax and then you put your money in a savings account that if you have a capital gains are interesting come you pay tax on that deal so we double tax people out there being spent I called the universal savings account for middle class people I think people love that idea I would courage them you know the problem with our tax code we caption virtue it and when you know we subsidize bites yeah this is a way of of you know take up virtue which is a bit so what do you think I think it's a great idea to make sense since anybody you put into a savings thing is already been taxed when you earned it so the compromise most likely will be to take capital gains tax down to ten percent well I'd love that all right now we we also want to look at another idea that we are looking at is is providing you know what's called rollover guy capital gains and that would be and let's say you mark on you know several hundred shares of that General Electric stock and you will you want to sell it because you think Hey I think I got a better opportunity with eBay or another you know a technology company so let's say you've got you know five thousand dollars of games on selling your she stopped but you're just gonna take those games and buy another stop with that why should you have to pick up again on that all you're doing is trading a one stop for another one and so we call that automatic rollover it encourages people put more liquidity in the market provides by the way new capital for start up companies because people get you know get adult company's name about the new one so weapon what you think about that I love Zack now you're well you know for years if you're in New York if you sold your house as long as you meet we bought a new house you don't have to pay the tax there you go it's the same kind of concept and by the way that you know good you but you would pick up again that's when you finally cash out but the idea is that you know it it would allow you to keep you know keep turning of your stock and by the way there's something called a lock in a fax from the capital gains tax that the people like our laughter and others but talk about for years which is when you have a high capital gains that's like we have today what do people do mark they don't sell their stock and they don't buy news yeah and so so this would be a way of providing more efficient capital market would help small business does not help the little guy investor Steve Moore excellent work Hey we only have a thirty seconds China where do we stand there gosh you know what it's like this is like pulling wisdom teeth with a shiny semi getting them to get make a deal I think it's going to get done but you know I won't believe it that you know we're on the stage one which is kind of attack of troops so the Chinese better come to the bargaining table and can make a deal with proper out there to get hammered with another round of terrorists and I hope that doesn't happen I hope we can deal all right if you want to read a great book get the book trump Namik Stephen Moore let Larry Kudlow art Laffer it's the best book on all of this trumpet not mixing course you can read the Steve Morse Collins heritage foundation follow him on Twitter Steve Moore thanks for being with us if your market congrats on being number one in your time slot in New York New York that is so cool thanks thanks for this economy we love it it is more on our special holiday week show coming up in just a moment on seven ten W. O. R. with the holiday season upon us the New Jersey transit police department remind you that we all need to work together to keep our transit systems safe your attention is our most valuable asset if you ride the.

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"ford carter" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:56 min | 3 years ago

"ford carter" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I am on my way to United States house floor to repeat president I think if you look at the makeup of the Senate it is unlikely very unlikely the gets convicted and what impact this has on his reelection I worry about we have separation of powers for a reason you can't be speaker of the house Majority Leader in the Senate at the same time he hundred and twenty days presidential information on and more solutions for America welcome to the Sean Hannity show it's mark Simone here for Sean the the bang in your union or whatever that's I beg every time I fill in that song sticks in my head for days well look at what we call that a mere warm I just can't get rid of it so Sean is off today I'll be here and we got to ever is off Linda is gone Jason is gone we have the a team in the control room but all in the wrong places Ethan is running the control where if you ever run that board before yep you have okay but Stanger here is usually the head of operations he's actually screening now what was the last time you screen fourteen years ago two thousand two oh two thousand two okay so this is the problem with that it's like you know the you get your flu shot the nurse gives it to you well let's say you got the head of the hospital come down to give it to you that's not good the nurse doesn't like a thousand times a day Sir perfect hand they have a hospital probably isn't the missing seven years so were you saying about his calls today you know well we'll see how you can call us as you give out the number that might help one eight hundred nine four one Shawn is the number one eight hundred nine four one shot now you explain this whole impeachment to you very simply so you can understand now let's first start with what happened today the vote last night for the impeachment you see how government works you know you got like your street is not fixed to the highways not finished in the you see these guys were gonna gonna pave the highway and you come back six months later they moved up about thirty feet and that's it you what would take so long watch this impeachment yet I you know the Democrats want to impeach him there's no question about it and when they finally came up with their two charges that I might not be real charges but this is it here they go there's the two charges last week see a figure that's it let's go Monday they had seven hours of debate now I don't know what that debate was it was something about establishing the rules I would imagine if like we hear one to find out the rules of impeachment it would take five minutes would look it up and see what they are it's it instead it was eight hour debate I don't know what took so long then the next day try to watch cable news there they are again they're talking for fifteen hours this was apparently a hearing about the debate about the rules they were debating the fine I I mean they just take forever so finally they got it done they voted it in that's get ready to go now Nancy Pelosi is holding it up she said yeah I want to my not send it over there not gonna send it over there what's the hold up well she wants certain demands he wants demands about how they're going to do the hearing to guess the Senate you want to be able to call witnesses no first of all if you just did two weeks the hearings and you had seventeen witness and you just produced a four hundred page report that should be it now if you're saying you need more witnesses you're admitting it improve anything and you came to nothing you have no case if you need more witnesses but here's the demands they want more witnesses they have all kinds of demands but this is what it breaks down to she is holding up this government action until she gets her demands met isn't a quid pro quo she's asking for quid pro quo until she releases this thing not exactly which is accusing a president trump of holding up something until he gets what he wants the only thing is what he wanted was an investigation she's trying to block and hold up an investigation to get her quid pro quo so the whole thing is ridiculous you're not supposed to investigate your political opponent so they spent two weeks investigating their political opponent another holding it up demanding a quid pro quo so the whole thing is preposterous she held a press conference this morning to detail this and you know it tells you everything she made a statement and then she ran out of just ran like a thief she wouldn't take any questions no questions at all now the Republican leader came and made his statement and then said I'll answer any questions and stood there for forty minutes answering questions so that tells you everything hello see refusing to take questions why because the first question would have been Hey you're holding this up in exchange for your demands being that is in that a quid pro quo so it no questions you want to answer any questions so we'll see what happens guest of it now the couple reasons they might wanna hold this for a long long time I mean months maybe and even till November the reason the couple reasons a hold up one they can use this as an election ploy a tactic saying well you know you how did you vote for guys under impeachment is under impeachment also they are terrified that something is going to happen to Ruth Bader Ginsburg the biggest fear is that president trouble get another Supreme Court appointee so if something should happen to her and he gets a chance to nominate somebody this will be the excuse to refuse to even hear it they'll say we can't even begin to hear this with the president is under patient impeachment us we settle course then they'll just never settle it so that's the prob now the other hand if you were them why wouldn't you do this if you were them what choice would you happen to think about it if you're them you've got and they now know this ticket absolutely no chance in two thousand twenty they haven't come up with a candidate they got twenty candidates not one of them has been able to win a debate nobody had they had five debates nobody wins in any of these debates at the end of every debate in history the commentators all the side who won and you pretty much is all this guy clearly was a winner this was the way five debates thirty seven CNN MSNBC comment if they can't tell you who won nobody won they keep telling me about Joe Biden he's electable he's the guy that can win he's that hasn't won a single debate yet if they just thrilled if you can even get through it without collapsing with that fainting at is so nobody has been able to win a debate they haven't got a candidate and they haven't got an issue you can mention climate change but everybody falls asleep when he heard that you could talk about your socialism you could talk about your income inequality but it doesn't register with most Americans listen on the twittersphere of angry trumpeters it's great but we're real voters it means absolutely nothing so haven't got an issue they haven't got a candidate and there is historical formula that they can't break no president gets thrown out after one term it never happens except for three times in modern history three times a Ford Carter bush senior see only cases of somebody being thrown out after one term all three had one thing in common a disastrous economy the economy was so bad to get thrown out also in each case if you study the campaigns the person running against them never ran a negative campaign never even mention them just ran a positive uplifting campaign a Carter did Reagan did Clinton did so under historical precedent they got no shot at winning there's never gonna break that that history of a what you can't be a one term president with a booming economy it's impossible can't happen so add to that no candidate and no issues and that's it now you eat the only thing they can do is try this impeachment you could say what a blemish on his record not really if you look at his record the greatest economy in a million years jobs at a fifty one year low and in the next few months jobs will be at all time record low so you've got record breaking the economy incorrigible success soon impeachment on the record means nothing it's like a guy with seven hundred home runs who looks to see ME strike at the it doesn't matter at that point it's a record of amazing incredible accomplishment now tonight is the debate what number debate is is I think it's six six the bait nobody nobody even remembers so tonight's debate and each debate gets less and less and less viewers tonight's debate is on CNN yeah it's at eight o'clock it's got everything going against that nobody wants to see these debates it's on the lowest rated network CNN and tonight's debate is run by PBS which means PBS moderators your listen at PBS radio that the NPR they all talk like this in all mobile you you think you called a phone sex line by mistake everybody sounds like this role talking like this so I don't even know if you'll hear the questions now here's the most amazing thing and now if anybody watches the bay which probably won't happen but if normal people watch the debate here's what they would see a three hour debate where nobody asked Joe Biden about Ukraine or hunter Biden it's all the all the the main issue right now in the campaign that's what the impeachment all about nobody's even gonna ask Joe Biden they won't even mention last two debates did any moderator say it is the thing with your son in the Ukraine could you explain that nobody asks him they never even bring it up it's the major major major issue it's it's the impeachment itself all on that one question and in the last two three debates no moderator thought it was even relevant enough to bring up so the whole thing is rigged the whole thing is ridiculous Michael Bloomberg not in tonight's debate deliberately you have to have a certain amount of donors to be in the debate he's deliberately not taking donations he does not want to be in the debate because if he's in the debate it wipes them out completely because they run these commercials with an announcer that sounds very impressive on a targeted announcer tells you he did this he did that he did that but as soon as you hear him talk it shatters the whole illusion he's got this little pips squeak voice with the stick south Hampton accent and he sounds like a ridiculous Thurston Howell the third from Gilligan's island so you can't can't ever talk in public the fact that he can't speak in his own commercials tells you everything you need to know so I think the guy that gets hit hard tonight is Pete booted judge he's the rising star in the democratic primary so they're gonna try to take him out Bernie Sanders just kind of does his own thing doesn't worry about anybody else but Elizabeth Warren was up there and now collapsing so watch out for her she's like a cornered rat she's going to attack she'll probably try to take out blue judge that think the problems with put a judge for the Democrats he's gay which helps that's big in the democratic primary world but they can't do anything about it normally if a guy's got something like he's got a great healthcare plan then you copy it so whatever the other guy's got you just steal it from him but the you.

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