17 Burst results for "Harry Browne"

"harry browne" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:07 min | 11 months ago

"harry browne" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Very intimately connected to your intellectual freedom, Your emotional freedom, your physical freedoms. And people don't seem to understand that. But yet the financial freedom the financial motivation is behind almost everything we do. And until you realize that you get up every single day and do the same thing day in day out week in week out month month and month out year in year out And think about this. I want you just to seriously sit there in your car or on your couch or at your office. And you're listening this and think about this. Why do you live your life exactly the same every day. Why don't you just get up there? You know what? Let's just go somewhere. Let's just tour. Let's travel. Let's do something. Because you're trapped. What do you trapped into you trapped into trying to replace your income every month month. The month you need to replace your income. You have different types of income out there. But the most important type is cash flow. It's regular re occurring. Income that comes both regularly and re occurring. In other words, it's got to come not only re occurring Lee, you've got to get it month after month after month after month, but it's also got to come on a regular basis. It's difficult for most of you. To live like a contract labor person where Ah, painter might paint for a year and sell a painting and have to live off that money for a year and actor Michael and act in one movie, and they're not acting number 23 moves. You have to live off of it. Most of us don't live that way. Most of us get a paycheck and figure out how to live on it to the next paycheck is what's really going on. Yeah. Somebody sent me an e mail the other day, and it was really like a life manifesto of how they believed our society was going to hell. And the basic concept Woz is that we were all losing our personal freedoms. That We've all become this generic mosh pot of people trying to act and look like each other. We now have two generically speak the same because there's politically incorrect speech out there. You can't speak the way you want to have to speak the way everybody wants to speak. You have to dress the way Everybody wants you to dress. You have to act the way everybody wants you to act right? You have to live up to their expectations of society and In this email. They went off on all these different things that drove them crazy about that concept. And yet with all of that, you break it all down. It still comes down to one thing. You have to fit into those expectations of those norms. You feel good about yourself, because that's how they grade you. There's a grating card out there for you in society for yourself for your family for your friends. And by the way, if even if you Don't grade yourself. Your kids go to school, their friends grade you your kids come home and re grade you and say, Hey, my parents, You know my kids, friends said, you know, why does your mom and dad do this? Don't do this. Don't have this. You know why? Why is it my friends Have these expensive electron IX and I don't So you're being grated by society and always But I'm gonna propose to you today that all of that grating could be solved and it brings me back to a recollection of a book. I read a long time ago which really changed my life completely changed my life. And people always ask me. What book should I read? Hey, if you want to be happy in life I recommend you read this book. Name of the book is how I found freedom in an unfree world. By Harry Brown. It was published 1973. Now to timeline that make it relevant. You have to understand that during the fifties and sixties you had Norman Vincent Peale. And many, many other self help people that started this self help concept of how to win friends and influence people, right. How think and grow rich? No, no, no, not just probably 100 of these books. How to succeed, But almost all of the books were wrapped around the fact that you've got to go out there. And dress for success. Drive the right car. Make sure your family you have the right family. You know, and you look at these things and the perfect example of the perfect family coming out of this is the Bush family. You know, Here's the guy's a war hero. Francis first success starting with the uniforms. Then he becomes a vice president and before that, actually was running the CIA. So now he's dressed for success in another form. Then he becomes president. United States his son becomes governor largest state in the country. Another son becomes governor of another large state. Other son goes from governor to president. Think about that. This is a guy who lived up to America's expectations. So does everybody else have to live up to that level of expectation to be happy or not? He was also a very successful businessman. Had a lot of money. His family has a lot of money. Now I'll get you ask yourself. Do you have to live to that level of expectation to be happy? I'm gonna propose something to you today that Many, many, many people would argue it. And I would suggest to you that you don't need to live up to those expectations to be happy. Would propose to you like Harry Browne said in.

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"harry browne" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"harry browne" Discussed on KTOK

"The Postal Service is cutting service and slowing mail deliveries. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, speaking at a news conference, a new way to the post office, a political appointee. Watch the slash and burn. And furthermore, They are opposing Congress's desire to put $25 billion into the post office 10 billion now. 15 billion over the next few years. Joy who previously spent decades as an executive in the supply, chain and logistics industry, has been imposing significant cost cutting measures at the Postal Service, as officials warn USPS may lose as much as $20 billion over the next Two years. Libertarian Party presidential candidate Dr Joe Jorgensen says the Corona virus pandemic has attracted more people to the Libertarian Party. People are just realised in that government has gone way beyond what they're supposed to be doing. She's on a campaign swing that brought her to Oklahoma City yesterday. Jorgensen is a senior lecturer at Clemson University. She was the Libertarian party's vice presidential nominee with Harry Browne in 1996. During their first event together, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris slammed President Trump Griff Jenkins. Reports show Biden introducing his newly minted running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris, willing to Delaware in a surreal, nearly empty gymnasium, calling it an inspiration across the nation for young minority women. Eris thinking, biting for the history making opportunity, but both also went on the attack. Donald Trump. Is on track. To break another record. On track to leave office with the worst jobs record. Of any American president. Modern history at the White House. The president offered a very different take on the economy. We're rebuilding America's economy like nobody thought possible. Actually, we're doing incredibly well because in Trump rolling out new school opening guidelines, actually, Strohmeyer reports new guidelines from the White House. This educate teachers and students about Kobe symptoms require them to self assess their health every day, encourage frequent hand washing while minimizing a large indoor gatherings. In high levels of ventilation and classrooms require social distancing from high risk. Individuals were a mask and post instructions for hygiene and social distancing. And New Jersey governor until Murphy says schools and colleges have the green light to open in person learning this fall. On Capitol Hill. Though Democrats and the GOP are still battling it out over stimulus relief. The city of Oklahoma City gets 1/2 $1,000,000 federal.

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"harry browne" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"harry browne" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With a rifle or handgun and shoot you know, bring your own target. I was free and it was closed down to vandalism yet. The police department. The line is building a private range for them. As costing over five million dollars. Five million dollars I guess it's an indoor range. I presume. Range. West of the town of Selena that feminist sheriff US outside and They're still using it, but you know once. His place is built They're not gonNA. Let the public issues that range there, so we're we're. We'd have to join a private indoor range. I mean as one around here, but they have all kinds of rules by If you WANNA practice all string on Hall Street and your. You can't right right right? A lot of rangers just don't like that whole stirring and on whole string thing for whatever reason. I presume it's the same issue. Correct me if I'm wrong, either of you. Is it not true that at least philosophically, the the new range that the police department is building. Is a public range is built with money. They've taken from the public. And so if you're part of the public eye, philosophically, you should be able to walk in and just use it right now. They're using your money, yeah! That's true I just go there and be like I wanNA use the ranch today. I'm here to use the range that I paid four. Get Out of here, citizen. Thank you for the call. Tom, appreciate it. I know what it's like. It? Get too. Comfortable using a particular range that ranges public whatever. And, then you know the powers that be decided man. We're not gonNA. Do this anymore, and this is one of the reasons, so many people out here in new. Hampshire run private ranges for their friends on their own property yet. It doesn't take much when you're out in the country. Just basically need a berm. You know people need to be careful and stuff but. It's conversation that I try to have with will call them status when they point out something where the state does something like close down a public facility and then build their own private one just for them. The question is implied by the caller here well. Why didn't they just take that? Five billion dollars in sync into public range and the police and the community could both use it right? That's the implied question. Well, it's it's. It's a small club and you're not in it. That's right. That's exactly right. And they're part of the just system in. You're not part of us. It's right. Let's go to David Cohen from West Virginia David. You're on free talk live. Doing tonight. What's on your mind? Well I just I wish you guys for Times on whenever I'm driving around and I was surprised me that you guys don't bring up. The Libertarian. Party or or the the fact that they nominated woman for the first time. Talking about trump talked about biding. Complain about them. But. Here's an intelligent woman who? Could possibly be a better choice and you guys don't even mentioned it. Joe Jordan twenty twenty dot org. We. We actually had her on the show. Yeah, Friday I must have missed that. It's all right. Look. Let me go listen when you listen. Yeah, go listen to our archives and grab that show because it was good. Yeah, I probably excited about Joe Jorgenson as you are David. I didn't know anything about the lady before the nomination I was kind of A. Co Cash Hornberger version. Supreme Kinda Guy Right like I'll take any of these guys, but I know them I hadn't met Joe, but once all I really had to hear was the Joe Jorgenson was Harry Browne's running mate Nineteen ninety-six, and that was plenty. Thread introduced me to the to the to the. Libertarian party the convention when he when he did it in acceptance speech amazing yeah, yeah. Harry. Brown. Yeah, so Ian Calls himself. A Harry Brown, Libertarian and I think that he was the best thing that happened to the party and the idea the Joe Jorgenson pops up here on the radio radar and becomes the nominee so quickly and easily twenty six twenty twenty after so many problems somebody Repub Republican basically that were got nominated as Libertarians and many people in Libertarian party didn't like look. I liked Gary Johnson I still like Gary Johnson, but. Not Everybody was excited about a Joe Jorgensen. She's got a great pedigree. She's a doctor of psychology. Professor and She made a fine president. She's electorate. Clemson, yeah, she's she's. She's not a crooked old pervert and. which is what your choices are probably going to be and ladies and gentlemen if you want better choices for president. You need to stop making the same old choices. If it's hard for you. If you like, but but by vote matters, it's so important. I really don't like that other guy whomever that other guy is and so I have to vote for this crooked old pervert, because that crooked pervert might get an remember. Your state is. It's very likely a foregone conclusion. If you live in New York your state, all the delegates in your state of going for the Democrat. If you live in California all, your delegates are going to the Democrat. If you live in Texas, all your delegates are going to the Republican if you live in. Utah you look you know the you know. The drill forty states out of their a foregone conclusion. Why would you care about whom you vote for in that state? I mean if. You're Utah my argument to everybody I speak to about Joe Jorgen thing. They complain about biding. They complain about trump and I say here's an option. Just try it and there's. Just no chance if she gets elected. I said it doesn't matter what what difference does it make at this point right I, mean you don't know what the results are going to be on November the sixth or whatever it is I don't know. You know so. You gotTA. Vote for your heart. I mean if God standing before you and asking you for whom to vote and you're like well. I gotTa take the lesser of two evils so I picked this old pervert God. I mean really is that. Is that the cleanliness of the soul wish to show. I voted for Gary Johnson last time. There's no way I could vote for trump or or hillary in the last election, but voted for Gary Johnson this time. I'm voting for Joe Jorgenson. call out to everybody in the country. We need to change the. Dynamic in this country enough. we're.

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"harry browne" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"harry browne" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To the one of the radio show today were talking about how I found freedom isn't free world that's a title off title the book authored by Harry Browne back in nineteen seventy three this was a response to what happened during the fifties and sixties of the soap operas when everybody had to start looking and acting saying that you had to succeed you had to look the part of it to some it's interesting things that you know you just don't remember but you know you got to keep up with the Joneses became a major theory in life keeping up with the Joneses and you think about it I want you to imagine I saw this the other day blew my mind look at subdivisions never fly in on the airplane to city and you look at subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after sub and I go on forever because that's how many there are and then you get in a car if you ever got the car just drove down the street of a subdivision house after house after house after house you know some of them ten feet apart some of them fifteen feet apart sober patio homes are only like five feet apart house after house after house after house millions of people living generic lives I mean there's very little difference between the beginning of their life to the end the life of any person living in that neighborhood there's very little difference in the quality of their life they all live in the same price housing they all live in the same location same city they all go to the center to the same school how did we ever become so generic as a person as a culture as a family that is to the point where we live exactly like the people that live around this and you start thinking about this if you can't live up to that expectation then what happens well then you have to find a way to do it seems search out self help books I love one of the statements was made by Kobe one of his books he said that you know you can have all the self help books in the world and motivational books in the world and you could be climbing the right ladder to get to the top the letter by double as lien gets the wrong building and realize that even though you're not even the right place you not going where you want to go you're not any up where you thought you'd end up or were you want to end up you could be happy you can be happy what gets in the way of great live a good life what to do with your life okay life right and then what does that mean that means that you're satisfied and so all the self help genre drought theories kicking you in the body going don't be satisfied now this is the stuff that I grew up with in the fifties and sixties and the seventies to where it was like gosh you got to grow as a human being you've got to learn how to do public speaking you have to learn how to groom yourself you have to you know dress the part for success you got to drive the right car I remember working the health club and they promoted one of the guys from supervisor supervisor to vice president company and what they did was they went out and bought him a Cadillac a convertible cattle I'm sorry my bad a convertible Mercedes SL five hundreds of my dad add up you used what that expensive because it was used but he was told when you drive around from club to club as a vice president company you can't drive the jeep in this guy Grover jeep usually the outdoors many came but he came from the outdoorsy kinda life I grew up in the woods give a bodybuilder bodybuilder ones in contests ended up in a health club business and grew up through the business and now he was getting promoted smart guy but they couldn't let him drive his cheaper held he didn't look like a vice president we use a supervisor driving around in a pair of sweatpants and sweatshirt it was one thing but now he had to drive around in suit it had to have a Mercedes because if you didn't look the part you couldn't be the park people would respond to you correctly while you know what I started lifestyles I'd come in blue jeans T. shirt pencil dress shirt nicer shirt and that was it the joke became who could wear the nice insure it without getting dressed up and so we created the short not to smother was everybody had to wear it I sure was kind of a fun competitive thing really that nothing to this day I go to meetings I still don't dress up and I'm the president CEO of a major corporation I still address even public when I go in front of five thousand people for respected them all put on a sports coat two of them blue jeans right passports go step hotel issues you know if you look at it if you look at the all the really important people they don't dress up either it's the people who take it to your make it you remember this saying I really believe this is true that this is what was taught us from you know the sixties seventies eighties is it you fake it til you make it you dress like your success you talk like your success you hang around successful people and you will be successful but what you've done is you've given up your freedom of self expression to fit in to become successful at the level of success they believe is important now I'd like to share with you that not the right thing to do or at least not the right thing for people like myself maybe for you that was enough maybe when you've worked your way through the fake it till you make it too we actually had some kind of a job description that made you feel good that was fine but you still working forty fifty sixty hours a week fifty two weeks a year maybe only fifty could you get to vacation still struggling you still living a life of quiet desperation now I want to talk to you about really being free I will talk to you about the series of steps that it takes to be very free if we can work through those depths then we have a chance of being free in the first thing you have to do is you have to decide the freedom is adoption most important thing I want to go out and get this book if you want to follow along with this discussion I'm gonna have to go out and get the book how I felt free or not free world and realize freedom can occur right now today it's not something you have to wait for you don't get to a certain amount of money you become free no freedom is something you decide on in this set you decide to be free you become mentally free then we can work on the chains that hold you down both physically financially socially politically and so forth by the way in that book he's got a chapter on every one of those and how to break out of those chains we'll do the very simple matter we'll walk through today in the past that you can follow very easily and that path starts with you believing freedoms possible now we're going to work on the financial freedom aspect of it and so the next thing you have to do is you have to convince those people around you to try to hold you in shackles you can start with people like your parents and so forth to of controlled manipulated you your whole life you've got to go to college you got to get a job you guys if you money better put mine your four one K. blah blah blah blah blah I just tune them out they don't have any duty real life anymore you love them but they live their own free life you don't tell them what to do they don't tell you what to do next the hard one you tell your spouse you know I mean I'm not going to work fifty sixty hours a week for the rest of my life I know that that's what I promised we got married but I'm not gonna do it I'm sorry I've been the mule for so long in the family I can't do it anymore and so I need you to let me go start investing I'm gonna go investigate this stuff lifestyles and we'll figure out how they're doing this stuff to retire like they did in two to five years and then when you come in can you hear the information be free to let it sink in next level freedoms by that person doesn't to break free from your ingrained investment strategies and structures you been living your entire life to break out of those to pull the money out of for one K. I. array paid in full home paid in full rental house you break away from Dave Ramsey's step into the real world of investing boy that's a freedom that you will never overcome you just it's going to be the greatest thing that ever happened you your first investment will be the greatest thing that ever happened you because it will be the emptiness and stimulation for finding total freedom somewhere down the line that's what it's all about folks that person does me from there you'll learn to free up your mind from the fear that you're not good enough you'll find out you are good enough you'll find out there is no limitation there's plenty of money out there doing best within you can get your hands on and you too can develop as much financial freedom if you want and then the last thing you have to wrap your arms around if you can hand those businesses off to other people you don't have to operate your business's day can be operated by people just a smarter smarter than you that need a job yes the world is a place for people need jobs and you need to be a person will.

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"harry browne" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"harry browne" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"We'll go back to dell wants the radio show today were talking about how I found freedom in an unfree world that's a title off title the book authored by Harry Browne back in nineteen seventy three this was a response to what happened during the fifties and sixties of the self help era when everybody had to start looking and acting saying that you had to succeed you had to look the part of it to some it's interesting things that you know you just don't remember but you know you got to keep up with the Joneses became a major theory in life keeping up with the Joneses and you think about it I want you to imagine I saw this the other day blew my mind look at subdivisions never fly in on the airplane to city and you look at subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subs and I go on forever because that's how many there are and then you get in a car if you ever got the car just drove down the street of a subdivision house after house after house after house you know some of them ten feet apart some of them fifteen feet apart sober patio homes are only like five feet apart house after house after house after house millions of people living generic lives I mean there's very little difference between the beginning of their life to the end the life of any person living in that neighborhood there's very little difference in the quality of their life they all live in the same Weiss housing they all live in the same location same city they all go to the center to the same school how did we ever become so generic as a person as a culture as a family that is to the point where we live exactly like the people that live around this and you start thinking about this if you can't live up to that expectation then what happens well then you have to find a way to do it seems search out self help books I love one of the statements was made by Kobe one of his books he said that you know you can have all the self help books in the world and motivational books in the world and you could be climbing the right ladder to get to the top the letter by double as lien gets the wrong building and realize that even though you're not even the right place you not going where you want to go you're not any up where you thought you'd end up or were you want to end up you can be happy you can be happy what gets in the way of great live a good life what you do with your life okay life right and then what does that mean that means that you're satisfied and so all the self help Gendre out there he's kicking you in the body going don't be satisfied now this is the stuff that I grew up with in the fifties and sixties and the seventies to where it was like gosh you got to grow as a human being you've got to learn how to do public speaking you have to learn how to groom yourself you have to you know dress the part for success you got to drive the right car I remember working the health club and they promoted one of the guys from supervisor areas supervisor to vice president company and what they do is they went out and bought him a Cadillac a convertible cattle I'm sorry my bad a convertible Mercedes SL five hundred selected add up you used well that is better because it was used but he was told when you drive around from club to club as a vice president company you can't drive the jeep in this guy Grover jeep which really outdoors many came but he came from the outdoorsy kinda life I grew up in the woods give a bodybuilder bodybuilder ones in contests ended up in a health club business and grew up through the business and now he was getting promoted smart guy but they couldn't let him drive his cheaper held he didn't look like a vice president we use a supervisor driving around in a pair of sweatpants and sweatshirt it was one thing but now he had to drive around in suit it had to have a Mercedes because if you didn't look the part you couldn't be the part people would respond to you correctly while you know what I started lifestyles I'd come in blue jeans T. shirt pension Drescher nicer shirt and that was it the joke became who could wear the nice insure it without getting dressed up and so we created the short not to smother was everybody had to wear it I sure was kind of a fun competitive thing really that nothing to this day I go to meetings I still don't dress up and I'm the president CEO of a major corporation I still interested in public when I go in front of five thousand people for respected them all put on a sports coat blue jeans right passports go devil tennis shoes you know if you look at it if you look at the all the really important people they don't dress up either it's the people who take it to your making to reminiscing I really believe this is true that this is what was taught us from you know the sixties seventies eighties is it you fake it til you make it you dress like your success you talk like your success you hang around successful people and you will be successful but what you've done is you've given up your freedom of self expression to fit in to become successful at the level of success they believe is important now I'd like to share with you that not the right thing to do or at least not the right thing for people like myself maybe for you that was enough maybe when you've worked your way through the fake it till you make it too we actually had some kind of a job description that made you feel good that was fine but you still working forty fifty sixty hours a week fifty two weeks a year maybe only fifty could you get to vacation still struggling you still living a life of quiet desperation now I want to talk to you about really being free I will talk to you about the series of steps that it takes to be very free if we can work through those depths then we have a chance of being free in the first thing you have to do is you have to decide the freedom is adoption most important thing I want to go out and get this book if you want to follow along with this discussion I'm gonna have to go out and get the book how I felt free or not free world and realize freedom can occur right now today it's not something you have to wait for you don't get to a certain amount of money you become free no freedom is something you decide on in the second decide to be free you become mentally free then we can work on the chains that hold you down both physically financially socially politically and so forth yeah by the way in that book he's got a chapter on every one of those and how to break out of those chains we'll do the very simple matter we'll walk through today in the past that you can follow very easily and that path starts with you believing freedoms possible now we're gonna work on the financial freedom aspect of it and so the next thing you have to do is you have to convince those people around you to try to hold you in shackles you can start with people like your parents and so forth to of controlled manipulated you your whole life you've got to go to college you got to get a job you guys if you money but I put mine your four one K. blah blah blah blah blah I just tune about they don't have any duty real life anymore you love them but they live their own free life you don't tell them what to do they don't tell you what to do next the hard one you tell your spouse you know I mean I'm not going to work fifty sixty hours a week for the rest of my life I know that that's what I promised we got married but I'm not gonna do it I'm sorry I've been the mule personal lawyer dammit I can't do it anymore and so I need you to let me go start investing I'm gonna go investigate the stop lights down to me to figure out how they're doing this stuff to retire like they did in two to five years and then when you come in can you hear the information be free to let it sink in next level freedoms by that person doesn't to break free from your ingrained investment strategies and structures you been living your entire life to break out of those to pull somebody out of for one K. I. array paid in full home paid in full rental house you break away from Dave Ramsey's step into the real world investing boy that's a freedom that you will never overcome you just it's going to be the greatest thing that ever happened you your first investment will be the greatest thing that ever happened you because it will be the emptiness and stimulation for finding total freedom somewhere down the line that's what it's all about folks that person doesn't in there you'll learn to free up your mind from the fear that you're not good enough you'll find out you are good enough you'll find out there is no limitation there's plenty of money out there doing best within you can get your hands on and you too can develop as much financial freedom if you want and then the last thing you have to wrap your arms around if you can hand those businesses off to other people you don't have to operate your business's day can be operated by people just a smarter smarter than you that need a job yes the world is a place for people need jobs and.

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"harry browne" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"harry browne" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Show today we're talking about how I found freedom in an unfree world that's a title off title the book authored by Harry Browne back in nineteen seventy three this was a response to what happened during the fifties and sixties of the self help era when everybody had to start looking and acting saying that you had to succeed you had to look the part of it to some it's interesting things that you know you just don't remember but you know you got to keep up with the Joneses became a major theory in life keeping up with the Joneses and you think about it I want you to imagine that saw the see other day blew my mind look at subdivisions you ever fly in on an airplane to city and you look at subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after sub and I go on forever because that's how many there are and then you get in a car if you ever got a car just drove down the street of a subdivision house after house after house after house you know some of them ten feet apart some of them fifteen feet apart Selmer patio homes are only like five feet apart house after house after house after house millions of people living generic lives I mean there's very little difference between the beginning of their life to the end the life of any person living in that neighborhood there's very little difference in the quality of their life they all live in the same twice housing they all live in the same location same city they all go to the center to the same school how did we ever become so generic as a person as a culture as a family that is to the point where we live exactly like the people that live around this then you start thinking about this if you can't live up to that expectation then what happens well then you have to find a way to do it's you search out self help books I love one of the statements was made by Kobe one of his books he said that you know you can have all the self help books in the world and motivational books in the world and you could be climbing the right ladder to get to the top a letter find out the letters lean gets the wrong building and realize that even though you're not even the right place you not going where you want to go you're not ending up where you thought you'd end up or were you want to end up you can be happy you can be happy what gets in the way of great live a good life what you to where good life in okay life right and then what does that mean that means that you're satisfied and so all this self help Gendre out there is kicking you in the body going don't be satisfied now this is the stuff that I grew up with in the fifties and sixties and the seventies to where it was like gosh you got to grow as a human being you've got to learn how to do public speaking you have to learn how to groom yourself you have to you know dress the part for success you got to drive the right car I remember working the health club and they promoted one of the guys from supervisor supervisor to vice president company and what they do is they went out and bought him a Cadillac a convertible cattle I'm sorry my bad a convertible Mercedes SL five hundred selected add up you used well that is better because it was used but he was told when you drive around from club to club as a vice president company you can't drive the jeep in this guy Grover jeep usually the outdoors many came but he came from the outdoorsy kinda life I grew up in the woods give a bodybuilder bodybuilder wanting contest ended up in a health club business and grew up through the business and now he was getting promoted smart guy but they couldn't let him drive his cheaper held he didn't look like a vice president we use a supervisor driving around in a pair of sweatpants and sweatshirt it was one thing but now he had to drive around in suit the idea of a Mercedes because if you didn't look the part you couldn't be the part people would respond to you correctly while you know what I started lifestyles I'd come in and blue jeans T. shirt tension Drescher nicer shirt and that was it the joke became who could wear the nice insure it without getting dressed up and so we created the short not to smother was everybody had to wear it I sure was kind of a fun competitive thing really meant nothing to this day I go to meetings I still don't dress up and I'm the president CEO of a major corporation I still address even public when I go in front of five thousand people for respected them all put on a sports coat blue jeans right passports go through about ten issues you know if you look at it if you look at the all the really important people they don't dress up either it's the people who make it to you make it you remember this a I really believe this is true that this is what was taught us from you know the sixties seventies eighties is it you fake it til you make it you dress like your success you talk like your success you hang around successful people and you will be successful but what you've done is you've given up your freedom of self expression to fit in to become successful at the level of success they believe is important now I'd like to share with you that not the right thing to do or at least not the right thing for people like myself maybe for you that was enough maybe when you've worked your way through the fake it till you make it too we actually had some kind of a job description that made you feel good that was fine but you still working forty fifty sixty hours a week fifty two weeks a year maybe only fifty could you get to vacation still struggling you still living a life of quiet desperation now I want to talk to you about really being free I will talk to you about the series of steps that it takes to be very free if we can work through those steps then we have a chance of being free in the first thing you have to do is you have to decide the freedom is adoption most important thing I want to go out and get this book if you want to follow along with this discussion I'm gonna have to go out and get the book how I felt for you non free world and realize freedom can occur right now today it's not something you have to wait for you don't get to a certain amount of money you become free no freedom is something you decide on in the second decide to be free you become mentally free then we can work on the chains that hold you down both physically financially socially politically and so forth by the way in the book he's got a chapter on every one of those and how to break out of those chains we'll do the very simple matter we'll walk through today in the past that you can follow very easily and that path starts with you believing freedoms possible now we're gonna work on the financial freedom aspect of it and so the next thing you have to do is you have to convince those people around you to try to hold you in shackles you can start with people like your parents and so forth of controlled manipulated you your whole life you've got to go to college you got to get a job you guys if you money but to put my new for one K. blah blah blah blah blah I just tune about they don't have any duty real life anymore you love them but they live their own free life you don't tell them what to do they don't tell you what to do next the hard one you tell your spouse you know I mean I'm not going to work fifty sixty hours a week for the rest of my life I know that that's what I promised we got married but I'm not gonna do it I'm sorry I've been the mule for so long in the family I can't do it anymore and so I need you to let me go start investing only go investigate this stuff lifestyles and go figure out how they're doing this stuff to retire like they did in two to five years and then when you come in can you hear the information be free to let it sink in next level freedoms by that person vestments to break free from your ingrained investment strategies and structures you been living your entire life to break out of those to pull somebody out of for one K. I. array paid in full home paid in full rental house you break away from Dave Ramsey's step into the real world of investing boy that's a freedom that you will never overcome you just it's going to be the greatest thing ever happy your first investment will be the greatest thing that ever happened you because it will be the emptiness and stimulation for finding total.

Harry Browne
"harry browne" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on KOMO

"Headlines we've been watching this hour president trump critical of house Democrats were pushing forward with impeaching him the president calling it a sham and a hoax and New Jersey leaders trying to move forward after he'd attack in Jersey city this week the governor let an interfaith roundtable discussion at a temple this afternoon twelve fifteen now at komo news and our como toy drive continues today when we collect toys in cash and whatever else you want to chip in for the salvation army our annual toy drive and joining us right now is Cathy Redeker with almond Roca and you'll get a little something if you give a little something this year right and that is correct we have a thirty dollar gift bags full of all sorts of brown and Haley goodies from almond Roca to mountain thins to mountain bars if you make a fifty dollar donation to the salvation army como for toy drive right now we will be sending one of these out to you and it comes in a handsome bag as well yes the clear stadium bag so the next time you're going to one of the games you already have your bag ready to take with you that's brilliant this is one of those gifts that I think okay I've got a brother with a girlfriend she's gonna be at Christmas this year I don't know what to get her might as well get this and do something good right absolutely absolutely no white he's almond Roca specifically here at como today what what is it about your company that you that you have spent so much money let's put it that way to help out the toy drive well we you know it did stems back all the way to the beginning of our history when JC Haley and Harry Browne Matt they had a an initiative that we would always help our communities and here we are third generation later the granddaughter of DC Haley is the chairman and it's still true it's still a family ran business and were all about giving back and this is our most exciting one of the year when you can give toys and candy at the same time why not exactly in remind us again what do I need.

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"harry browne" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"One of the radio show today we're talking about how I found freedom in the free world that's a title will often titled the book authored by Harry Browne back in nineteen seventy three this was a response to what happened during the fifties and sixties of the self help era when everybody had to start looking and acting saying that you had to succeed you had to look the part of it to some it's interesting things that you know you just don't remember but you know you got to keep up with the Joneses became a major theory of life keeping up with the Joneses and you think about it I want you to imagine that saw the see other day blew my mind look at subdivisions never fly in on an airplane to city and you look at subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after subdivision after sub and I go on forever because that's how many there are and then you get in a car if you ever got the car just drove down the street to the subdivision house after house after house after house you know some of them ten feet apart some of them fifteen feet apart sophomore patio homes are only like five feet apart house after house after house after house millions of people living generic lives I mean there's very little difference between the beginning of their life to the end the life of any person let me that neighborhood there's very little difference in the quality of their life they all live in the same price housing they all live in the same location the same city we all go to the center to the same school how did we ever become so generic as a person as a culture as a family those to the point where we you know live exactly like the people that live around this and you start thinking about this you can't live up to that expectation then what happens well then you have to find a way to do it so you search out self help books love one of the statements was made by Kobe one of his books he said that you know you can have all the self help books in the world and motivational books in the world and you could be climbing the right ladder to get to the top a letter find out the letters lean gets the wrong building and realize that even though you're not even the right place you not going where you want to go you're not ending up where you thought you'd end up or would you want to end up you could be happy you can be happy what gets in the way of great live a good life what gives away a good life in okay life right and then what does that mean that means that you're satisfied and so all this self help Gendre out there is kicking you in the body going don't be satisfied now this is the stuff that I grew up with in the fifties and sixties and the seventies to where it was like gosh you got to grow as a human being you've got to learn how to do public speaking you have to learn how to groom yourself you have to you know dress the part for success you got to drive the right car I remember working in the health club and they promoted one of the guys from supervisor area supervisor to vice president company and what they did was they went out and bought him a Cadillac a convertible cattle I'm sorry my bad a convertible Mercedes SL five orders of my dad and it was used all that expensive because it was used but he was told when you drive around from club to club as a vice president company you can't drive the jeep in this guy drove the jeep usually the outdoors Medicaid but he came from the outdoorsy kinda life I grew up in the woods give a bodybuilder bodybuilder ones in contests ended up in a health club business and grew up through the business and now he was getting promoted smart guy but they couldn't let him drive his cheaper held he didn't look like a vice president we use a supervisor driving around in a pair of sweatpants and sweatshirt it was one thing but now he had to drive around in a suit he had to have a Mercedes because if you didn't look the part you couldn't be the part people would respond to you correctly wow you know what I started lifestyles I'd come in and jeans T. shirt angel Drescher nicer shirt and that was it the joke became who could wear the nice insure it without getting dressed up and so we created the shirt **** in other words everybody had to wear it I sure was kind of a fun competitive thing really meant nothing to this day I go to meetings I still address a and I'm the president CEO of a major corporation I still address even public when I go in front of five thousand people for respected them all put on a sports coat thrown blue jeans right passports go step hotel issues you know if you look at it if you look at the all the really important people they don't dress up either it's the people who take it to you make it you remember they're saying I really believe this is true that this is what was taught us from you know the sixties seventies eighties you fake it til you make it you dress like your success you talk like your success you hang around successful people and you will be successful but what you've done is you've given up your freedom of self expression to fit in to become successful at the level of success they believe is important now I'd like to share with you that not the right thing to do or at least not the right thing for people like myself maybe for you that was enough maybe when you've worked your way through the fake it till you make it too we actually had some kind of a job description that made you feel good that was fine but you still working forty fifty sixty hours a week fifty two weeks a year maybe only fifty could you get to vacation still struggling you still living a life of quiet desperation now we're talking about really being free I will talk to you about the series of steps that it takes to be very free if we can work through those steps then we have a chance of being free in the first thing you have to do is you have to decide the freedom is adoption most important thing I want to go out and get this book if you want to follow along with this discussion I'm gonna have to go out and get the book how I found for you not free world and realize freedom can occur right now today it's not something you have to wait for you don't get to a certain amount of money you become free no freedom is something you decide on in the second decide to be free you become mentally free then we can work on the chains that hold you down both physically financially socially politically and so forth by the way in that book he's got the chapter on every one of those and how to break out of those chains we'll do the very simple matter we'll walk through today in the past that you can follow very easily and that path starts with you believing freedoms possible now we're going to work on the financial freedom aspect of it and so the next thing you have to do what you have to convince those people around you to try to hold you in shackles you can start with people like your parents and so forth of controlled manipulated you your whole life you've got to go to college you got to get a job you got to save you money but to put money for one K. blah blah blah blah blah thank you Sir tune about they don't have any due to real life anymore you love them but they live their own free life you don't tell them what to do they don't tell you what to do next the hard one you tell your spouse no honey I'm not going to work fifty sixty hours a week for the rest of my life I know that that's what I promised we got married but I'm not gonna do it I'm sorry I've been the mule for so long in the family I can't do it anymore and so I need you to let me go start investing I'm gonna go investigate this stuff lifestyles and go figure out how they're doing this stuff to retire like they did in two to five years and then when you come in can you hear the information be free to let it sink in next level freedoms by that person vestments to break free from your ingrained investment strategies and structures you've been living your entire life to break out of those to pull somebody out of for one K. I already paid in full home all rental house you break away from Dave Ramsey's step into the real world investing boy that's a freedom that you will never overcome you just it's going to be the greatest thing to ever happen to you your first investment will be the greatest thing that ever happened you because it will be the impotence and stimulation for finding total freedom somewhere down the line that's what it's all about books that person does me there you'll learn to free up your mind from the fear that you're not good enough you'll find that you are going to find out there is no limitation there's plenty of money out there to invest with then you can get your hands on and you too can develop as much financial freedom if you want and then the last thing we have to wrap your arms around if you can hand those businesses off to other people you don't have to operate your businesses they can be operated by people just a smarter smarter than you that need a job yes the world is a place for people need jobs you need to be five two short break me back a one three of.

"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not going to be okay with it but. honestly it's not a bad idea so here you go and yes it pertains to marijuana and yes you really shouldn't care right our this is like arguing about French fries. we agree first of all that the war on drugs dating back to the nineteen seventies has been a colossal failure has we spent so much money in prison so many people and what we get we don't get much for it all right so the lobbying effort from law enforcement of course would be one aspect and said you know they're gonna want more jails more cars more dogs more guns all that stuff. but it's been a colossal failure our our legalization I think even most normal people is so confusing it still doesn't make any sense what the feds do what the feds don't do why is it not under greater local control me all these issues are in play and someday somehow in the state of Texas it's going to be a bigger deal maybe two years five ten twenty so the guy screaming waving his arms saying I really do matter I really do matter and he doesn't matter but that dole war cast release of corn the Texas Tribune a marijuana legalization plan that calls for clemency for everyone serving sentences for possession that's funny I've said for years all non violent drug offenders open the jail get out now. I don't mean across the board get out I would only agree with that if they are in it well you said non violent non. because I was going to say the only thing that would not I used a gun or something in a kind of high I took that line from a guy. several years ago. he was a libertarian candidate. I believe it was Harry Browne if course like everything else will return to goes nowhere none of you agree well disagrees so but. think I asked him trying to member exactly how it played out. he's an older guy and I said okay. what is the first thing. you would advocate doing as president or senator or whatever. and he said. nonviolent drug offenders out out of jail and I've taken it and have never backed off and thought it's not doesn't mean that they're in a great place does it mean that what they did was right this is coming from a guy who eats knocks and twigs okay I'm not saying do drugs what I'm saying is right I don't want to pay for you to sit in my jail fat forty thousand but right here yeah it doesn't mean I don't have a getting what you're doing so. I think this is I think there's a lot of people. if you did have a D. next to his name he wasn't so desperate enough this was coming from someone else if this was coming here I know it is kind of a rand Paul. is done something very similar and I know most of you disagree with him because again that's less government but I'm. if it was coming from anyone else I think this thing might get some traction I promise you this is the sort of thing that could come from president trump yeah because president trump is working with Kanye and he's been working with him to get people out of jail and I think this fits it will course he will have to do this if he's reelected causes basement freak out yeah he did this yeah this is one of the things I think Donald Trump could do in that second term if he wins and people may going whoa yeah because he's not a reply right now yeah I agree with the I just don't think he could do it right now because the old white guys are gonna hate it that freak out yeah which I would think anyone any taxpayer you always ask yourself. what's in this for me. somebody sitting in jail for fill in the blank possession. what's it worth it for you the only people I want to go to jail are the big big big big big big distributors I would do that all right so bottom line is this is what this is what his role that again a five if we never mention the name I think there might be some traction to this but he's a desperate guy obviously in. I the of that reportedly. he's push this before and I'm sorry I don't remember him saying any of this stuff I don't remember him saying that he had he said this. and push this I think he would have had an even better chance to be Ted Cruz. maybe so I mean it's a real separation I know long Forsman that small town we all know the difference in the state of Texas let's all own the reality small town Texas law enforcement wants no part of decriminalization legalizing because they want to well they were not in they want to make money and shake you down yeah. urban law enforcement is probably on board saying thank you please get us out of this game all right so. he is pushing for a federal tax this is dangerous though on the pot industry. the revenue and by the way I'm Marty. disagree with him on this we're going to probably put a concept the economic concept of pricing people out of bad behavior only creates a black market correct it feels right it sounds right but you will price people directly into a black market. I don't agree with him there but he wants to use the revenue toward a quote drug war justice grants drug war justice grants for those formerly incarcerated for non violent marijuana offenses I believe that means. pay you back a stipend what you get out here time Sir I'm not sure I like that yeah I don't know I don't know that that's right just I mean the law is the law he says we need to not only in the prohibition of marijuana the but also repair the damage done to the communities of color disproportionately locked up in our criminal justice row out that card yeah and I will agree we consider the source here the guys working really hard to wave his arms I'm locked out of opportunity because of the war on drugs yeah well yet lot locked out of opportunity because you got a record that's the yeah yeah yeah so he is that says he's long campaigned on legalizing expanding the records of those who have been convicted of possession I agree with both of those things the drug war justice grant would be distributed monthly to those previously locked up in state and federal prisons for nonviolent pot offenses. okay look I'm. I don't agree that you've been jailed there's no doubt that it's probably just you know some rich kid is not going to do time the poor kids gonna get shaken down or the poor person's gonna get shaken down I I think we should exposure records I don't think we need to pay you back no I don't either Jermaine I don't either I'm sorry I think that's too far and I think it's going to be too much taxation the proposal lays out a regulatory structure for marijuana like the one for alcohol agreed saying for example he says the sale of part would be limited to adults who can show an ID. I was at work now. is not how it works the fact that that works. what do you do in their bed though it's another part of the platform emphasize the need for victims of the drug war disproportionately low income people of color to share in the growth of the new pada kana me by waving licensing fees for them all back so bad so bad toe battle what do you go in the weeds why do you go in the weeks for that that is that is dumb that is dumb so you get a release someone who smoke dope and given an opportunity to sell the dope you know this is America this is yeah this is come on man see it was a good idea one of four and the headline sounded really good now in the weeds this is just bad so like yeah entering pandering pandering yeah yeah yeah pandering okay so here's a take out the guy who is like all politicians scrapping for anything that he can get like all politicians they all suck in my opinion but. here's where that all that stuff seems to me economically a stupid thing to do first of all I'm if we're not careful like anything else the more the government gets its hands on whether it's make multiple comparisons the opioid crisis is not about righteousness and health it's about state governments getting their hands on a bunch of money cigarette litigation was the same way so here we have something that is you know people a lot around the country of sort of said I'm fine with it I don't care I get it my grandmother does it but for the feds the government's the maggots who just want to know just to find real. they're going to just keep grabbing and grabbing a grabbing fees here fees their fees there and sooner or later you make it where the business just cannot be profitable so this idea of you know there's got to be a cost to enter a business. the government can make it prohibitive and we're not careful the government's gonna make it prohibitive and the pop business because they can't help as they try to sell once a Bourbon soccer moms on being okay with the San their argument back to his but don't worry I'm going to tax it so bad now comes in and tries the opposite effect which is Hey I'm gonna get you out of jail and if you want to get in the pop business I'm going to waive your fees in either case and again I realize I'm saying this is a guy who disagrees with mostly about the size of government but either way notice how you've got too many people who were bureaucrats into the industry. you need to get them out of the industry you don't remember I mean waiving fees more fees here what notice the power grab here either way I mean in his own way he's going for a power grab just because he's trying to target market to minority groups in its its total pandering but you want you want fairness to start business what people should want you want someone to be able to receive coverage there laminal my preaching Phil here pretty little about an industry I know nothing about I don't care the parameters are always the same. you should want people to be encouraged or risk reward tango when it is covered with Max minimizes risk reward for some industries sellouts in this state do it they do at the federal level you should want your neighbor to want to take risks because of the reward. that whole equation. whether it's better or more core Donald Trump or repair your Greg Abbott doesn't matter that whole equation with eighteen Kerr with that equation it's not healthy but Jeff this is just ridiculous that a better says is right about his basic basic premises right getting here but yet all this malarkey about them in the pot business Kyle is he just trying really hard but I mean I do think a lot of us would agree well I don't know that a lot of people agree it's one thing that's really not put to the test ill see T. eight CCB the whatever it is it's a viable business we get that I think the question of what do you do with people currently serving on possession charges is another argument altogether I think that's kind of interesting and I I'm a problem with him presenting that idea I mean do you want to do you want us let people out. how much more somebody who's got time left on a possession charge. what do you want to.

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"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Tokyo so I'm not I'm not really sure what the deal is and we'll we'll wait till we hear if if you've heard a late report I would appreciate any update I've got a little conflicting news here. thank senator Barry Goldwater suffered a stroke. he is in the hospital. in Phoenix. and I wish him well. I understand that he has suffered no major consequences as a result of this they believe and I wish him well and senator Goldwater's somebody I want to interview I wanted to interview the senator for the longest time. so if you land there in your hospital bed senator if you ever get a chance. I sure would like to interview you. art consider this how does the audience feel about this. we have here in the Madison high or the Madison area an openly bisexual men who teaches high school. do you think is job or to be guaranteed in view of this many gay rights folks here say yes. it is stuff like this it leads me to home schooling Mike. well I don't know that's a close call in school and the part about being openly bisexual that's could be a potential problem I suppose. but I you know I love you with the Senate did today I don't agree with the second part. if somebody who is openly gay wearing it on their sleeve that sort of thing. then I could understand the pending on the job that it might have an effect on the job and then of course it is a consideration and dismissal I I think that's fair but as a general course of events. if somebody's private sexual life somehow comes to the attention of somebody else. I don't think that's because to lose a job and I don't think you ought to be able to get fired for that so it depends on circumstances frankly but it's a close call. Oscar winner Jodie foster has landed in out of this world role. believe it or not Jodie foster will play an astronomer who first here's intelligent radio signals from outer space. the movie is an adaptation of contact Strummer Carl Sagan's novel about protection of extraterrestrial life. wow. that sounds like go arrival or a you know what version of a rival in so that should be interesting have you noticed how they just keep coming this year Jonrowe of movie they just keep coming as though they are preparing us for something. again now speaking of that on it you don't want to miss Courtney brown Thursday night Friday morning doctor Courtney brown. that should be interesting and then the weekend will kick off with Richard Hoagland on anti gravity. also very interesting first time caller line you're on the air high. hello hello. Magal Touba covers there aren't many such. how you doing you do fine yeah this is to form a band Hey you know Mike I don't know what the political persuasion your I can't really really figure out here and I don and I don't want to ask you know that your business but we the Republicans I think we got a little problem here. a little problem. you know I think the mainstream media has occurred as in the but not a really weak candidate for president. they all come on Eileen streaming media didn't do that Republicans did it to themselves however it happened we've got a real problem here and you know it was it was it just listen and that he was sure it was a set up in a way because they put Pat Buchanan in there as the alternative to Bob Dole and he was just. too far out on the edge on us too many things and so the choice became easy or difficult depending on how you want to look at it but it became Bob Dole yeah so what happened. well no matter how it happened we gotta faces and you know I night I just have these horrible nightmares of of how that Bob dole's going to stack up against Bill Clinton in the debate and you know I think really we Republicans it better get behind Harry Browne get him in the debates because otherwise Clinton gonna be president for sure well I don't think Kerry brown is going to be in the debates well you know. it gives me you may just be right but I don't see any hope if if if Bob Dole is standard bearer in the debates and and the sole standard bearer for for constitutional government I just don't understand that. hello I'm not sure I do either of the pause was while I thought I'm not sure I understand either. it is the way it is though and I I don't I don't blame it on the media the Republicans made their own choice. you know and another thing I don't understand all this publicity about Perot I mean this is thirty thousand of his supporters of the one point three and three million of his Reform Party members in all but how does that how does that equate with being in the debate I just don't see it. I'll tell you own more probably Perot has a better case to be in the Bates and does Harry Browne both are in all fifty states that's one measure another be federal matching funds well no no no Ross Perot's not an all day. V. as non don't think so I believe this okay well I know Harry Browne right he is but so it depends on. what criterion you want to use I really don't know frankly the committee can do whatever the hell they want to do yeah you know I don't I don't understand. who is going to them to make a decision as to who we should hear anyway probably the two major parties how will you know I was re reading the the letter that they sent that outlined the eleven criteria yeah that they use have you read them oh no all my god it. the next president is going to be elected by the colonists and the bureau chiefs of magazines. it's not going to be the American people. if done well I know well as a lot of unbelievable stuff I I appreciate your call Sir. you're taking it you take care what I hope and what I believe are two different things and I was trying to tell you. what I really think is going to happen and I don't think Kerry brown and I don't think Ross Perot are going to be in the debates this year. around. I'm sure Harry brown hopes he's going to be in the debates and you should not let up your efforts to get him in the debates. but the fact that he has secured a position on this program on the twenty fifth the date of the debates I think tells you how he feels about the possibility and so there's reality and then what you hope. listen one other little item here also tonight on my web page. is. a diagram of the lights that formed while a photographer took video of them a life that formed well yes lights that formed and then produced supposedly on videotape and lots of people have now seen it. in nine seconds a crop circle if you want to see that crop circle the nine seconds beauty. with the measurements and the reference to the lights and all the rest of it it's also up on the web page and all by the way in talking to doctor Courtney brown earlier in the day. he said be sure and go take a look at his website. in the last few days it has been modified he's got all kinds of new were really. cool stuff on his website I did not get an opportunity to go in there and look myself we have a jump off point so for whatever you would like to do go up to my page and from there jump to Courtney's and take a look. the the address for those of you that might not.

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"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"So I'm not I'm not really sure what the deal is and we'll we'll wait till we hear if if you've heard a late report I would appreciate any update I've got a little conflicting news here. thank senator Barry Goldwater suffered a stroke. he is in the hospital. in Phoenix. and I wish him well. I understand that he has suffered no major consequences as a result of this they believe and I wish him well and senator Goldwater's somebody I want you to read I wanted to interview the senator for the longest time. so if you land there in your hospital bed senator if you ever get a chance. I sure would like to interview you. art consider this how does the audience feel about this. we have here in the Madison high or the Madison area an openly bisexual men who teaches high school. do you think is job would be guaranteed in view of this many gay rights folks here say yes. it is stuff like this that leads me to home schooling Mike. well I don't know that's a close call in school and the part about being openly bisexual that's could be a potential problem I suppose. but I you know I look here what the Senate did today I don't agree with the second part. if somebody who is openly gay wearing it on their sleeve that sort of thing. then I could understand the pending on the job that it might have an effect on the job and then of course it is a consideration and dismissal I I think that's fair but as a general course of events. if somebody's private sexual life somehow comes to the attention of somebody else. I don't think that's because to lose his job and I don't think you ought to be able to get fired for that so depends on circumstances frankly but it's a close call. Oscar winner Jodie foster has landed in out of this world role. believe it or not Jodie foster will play an astronomer who first here's intelligent radio signals from outer space. the movie is an adaptation of contact Strummer Carl Sagan's novel about detection of extraterrestrial life. wow. that sounds like arrival or a you know a version of a rival in so that should be interesting have you noticed how they just keep coming this year genre of movie they just keep coming as though they are preparing us for something. again now speaking of that on it you don't want to miss Courtney brown Thursday night Friday morning doctor Courtney brown. that should be interesting and then the weekend will kick off with Richard Hoagland on anti gravity. also very interesting first time caller line you're on the air high. hello hello. Magal Touba covers there aren't many such. how you doing you do fine yeah this is. you know my I don't know what the political persuasion you are I can't really really figure out your around I got and I don't want to ask you know that your business but we the Republicans I think we got a little problem here. a little problem. you know I think the mainstream media has suckered us into the but not a really weak candidate for president. they all come on mainstream media didn't do that Republicans did it to themselves however it happened we've got a real problem here and you know it was it was it just listen and that he was Sir it was a set up in a way because they put Pat Buchanan in there as the alternative to Bob Dole and he was just. too far down on the edge on us too many things and so the choice became easy or difficult depending on how you want to look at it but it became Bob Dole yeah so what happened. well no matter how it happened we got a face it and you know I night I just have these horrible nightmares of of how that Bob dole's going to stack up against Bill Clinton in the debate and you know I think really we Republicans it better get behind Harry Browne get him in the debates because otherwise Clinton gonna be president for sure well I don't think Kerry brown is going to be in the debates well you know. it gives me you may just be right but I don't see any hope if Bob Dole is standard bearer in the debates and and the sole standard bearer for for constitutional government I just don't understand that. hello I'm not sure I do either of the pause was while I thought I'm not sure I understand either. it is the way it is though and I I don't I don't blame it on the media the Republicans made their own choice. you know and another thing I don't understand all this publicity about Perot I mean this is thirty thousand of his supporters of the one point three and three million of his Reform Party members you know how does that how does that equate with being in the debate I just don't see it. I'll tell you public Perot has a better case to be in the Bates and does Harry Browne both are in all fifty states that's one measure another be federal matching funds what no no no Ross Perot's not an all day levy is non don't think so I believe this okay well I know Harry brown in right he is but so it depends on. what criterion you want to use I really don't know frankly the committee can do whatever the hell they want to do yeah you know I don't I don't understand. who is going to them to make a decision as to who we should hear anyway probably the two major parties how will you know I was re reading the the letter that they sent that outlined the eleven criteria yeah that they use yeah have you read them oh no all my god it is. the next president is going to be elected by the colonists and the bureau chiefs of magazines. it's not going to be the American people. it's unbelievable I know well as a lot of unbelievable stuff I I appreciate your call Sir. you're taking it you take care what I hope and what I believe are two different things and I was trying to tell you. what I really think is going to happen and I don't think Kerry brown and I don't think Ross Perot are going to be in the debates this year. around. I'm sure Harry brown hopes he's going to be in the debates and you should not let up your efforts to get him in the debates. but the fact that he has secured a position on this program on the twenty fifth the date of the debates I think tells you how he feels about the possibility and so there's reality and then what you hope. listen one other little item here also tonight on my web page. is. a diagram of the lights that formed while a photographer took video of them a life that formed well yes lights that formed and then produced supposedly on videotape and lots of people have now seen it. in nine seconds a crop circle if you want to see that crop circle the nine seconds beauty. with the measurements and the reference to the lights and all the rest of it it's also up on the web page and all by the way in talking to doctor Courtney brown earlier in the day. he said be sure and go take a look at his website because in the last few days it has been modified he's got all kinds of new were really. cool stuff on his website I did not get an opportunity to go in there and look myself we have a jump off point so for whatever you would like to do go up to my page and from there jump to Courtney's and take a look. the the address for those of you that might not.

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"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is not eligible to play in week one but he can join the team for their week two game against the Miami Dolphins Brian Mayer fox news about del Walters this is. B. J. I'm Robert wood topping Austin's use gun control advocates of calling for background checks on private gun sales since the latest mass shooting in Midland Odessa and Scruggs with Texas gun sense happened. where the shooter failed a background check but was still able to obtain an A. R. type weapon shows that we have a problem lieutenant governor Dan Patrick this week announced he would go against the NRA and would lead an effort on passing background checks on some private sales of firearms the federal government's making a plea to people who use the cigarettes that plea is to stop vaping at least until it is known what has made over four hundred and fifty people sick the centers for disease control's Elena areas they've done a credible and laboratory evidence date we believe that a chemical exposure and likely associated with the non returner say newsradio Kaylee J. do over seventies overnight I'm Robert would get news on demand it is ready okay I'll be J. dot com. welcome to our. some where in Todd's tonight goes to go stay out from September tenth nineteen ninety six from the high desert and the great American southwest. across all these. any time zone stretching from the keychain and Hawaiian Islands in the west. girls. grass all the way over to the carribean. and the US Virgin Islands still being hammered by rain last night or. the more jobs down south into South America North Pole this is coast to coast AM and I'm mark bell three years great to be here this morning. it will be open lines all night long. however I do have. just a few announcements here. the number one. Thursday night Friday morning by popular demand Dr Courtney brown. and he'll be here ahead of appearance down and appearances can make down in Tampa. in view of the last program he did and what he had to say about Mars and then the announcements that were made the it should be in a freaking program to say the least. people after major ed dames wanted have Courtney brown on Dr so. so it is so it has been written so it shall be done. then Friday night Saturday morning. this one a lot of you have been waiting for the new news on anti gravity. is going to be given it explains as fast as one can do it. hi Richard Hoagland. so there you've got to talk Gordon brown Thursday night Friday and Friday night Saturday Richard Hoagland and anti gravity it's going to be a pretty intense. couple of days to say the least. you may remember doctor brown on the air prior to my vacation about Mars. and then my vacation and then all the news on Mars. so it'll be an interesting appearance. then I would like to confirm something for you and that is. you know the twenty fifth of this month will be the. debates. a lot of people like to have her a brown even Ross Perot in the debates. but I don't believe it's going to occur. and that does mean you'll stop trying to get Harry brown or even Ross Perot into the debates but. I don't think so folks. and so on I have a range confirming now to have Harry brown on the very night of the debates the twenty fifth he'll be our guest for as long as we would like him. and I will collect during the debates the relevant questions. I asked of the two major party candidates. and I will ask them of Harry Browne then all of you will be able to make up your mind about whether Harry Browne should have been in the debates. and moreover what the debates would have been like had a Harry been there. so that's the plan thought you'd want to know that'll be Saturday the twenty fifth Harry Browne libertarian party candidate. here to debate the debates. all right otherwise let us skip about the news. under the category of Hey are what's wrong with this picture. from what I've been hearing on the news hurricane Fran is caused billions of dollars that's true in damage in North Carolina alone at least a billion I know and more to the north. by any of the mass media seems to be covering friends wake rather well as far as dispensing damage tallies and body counts but have you noticed. a conspicuous absence here. when was the last time if ever that you heard mention of FEMA. and its response to this disaster weird Jason KCMO fifty thousand watts of serious attitude and right Jason. but he's exactly right. normally we hear about FEMA cranking up sweeping down. taking care of business giving out no interest low interest loans. he's right. come see my hasn't been mentioned and I love just as I said wow Jason is exactly right Disney. nary a word. mother nature is a rock in. so was Tokyo. earthquake measuring six point nine that's a big and on the Richter scale rocked Tokyo and surrounding areas Wednesday morning. building swayed in Tokyo and let me tell you that must be something to see I was in Tokyo a year ago and they've got some big buildings. the epicenter in the Pacific ninety miles east of Tokyo. there is a tsunami tidal wave warning in effect now for Japan's Pacific Ocean coast around Tokyo. six point nine that's bigger earthquake and I'm telling you being in Tokyo downtown is just like being in New York City. big big buildings. and. you can imagine the horror or maybe you can't. of a really major earthquake in an area like that in the city it's almost unimaginable. a quake big enough to bring down the sky scrapers. can you imagine. staying with mother nature court tense bet battering Porter Rico does not do it justice. there have been as much as twenty inches of rain. out of this hurricane. twenty inches. and maybe more now my friends in the Virgin Islands I'm sure they're ready to wash away down there. talk to a lady early in the program yes days and you know. a lot of us don't have rules or the rules are in very poor condition so they're running around with buckets and are you name it to try to catch the water in a lot of not all the homes obviously but a lot of them with.

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"harry browne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It again in order with the economics of that is off hand. how much does their radar site cost versus our missile to take it out. does anybody know. anyway we've got some guests coming up Thursday night Friday morning. it's doctor Courtney brown back by popular demand he was on the program prior to all the news on Mars and he had talked about Mars extensively. and so he'll be back and talking about Mars Thursday night Friday morning don't miss it Friday night Saturday morning Richard Hoagland is here. and he is just full of news about the new anti gravity discovery in Finland and boy is he excited so stand by for all of that open lines right now all. yes Harry Browne has confirmed he will be here on the night of the debates presuming of course he is not in them you will be here on this program and we will show you what it would have been like how to Harry been in the debates now that may seem a defeatist attitude but I don't think he's going to be of them I think frankly he doesn't think that either he ought to be. because it would certainly make them interesting. not a prospect presently that I have that is that they'll be interesting. the nightmare is closer to it first time caller line you're on the air high higher hello Arianna from Portland Oregon yes I'm calling with them to learn ninety K. E. X. of course. and I would go for a couple years already sent about the fact that this is the first time gathered up the courage to call well I'm glad you did thank. when I ask you to reconsider your business online same fender marriages. the biggest.

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"harry browne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Don't understand that. hello I'm not sure I do either the pause was while I thought I'm not sure I understand either. it is the way it is though and I I don't I don't blame it on the media the Republicans made their own choice. you know and another thing I don't understand all this publicity about Perot I mean this is thirty thousand of his supporters of the one point three and three million of his Reform Party members you know how does that how does that equate with being in the debate I just don't see it. I'll tell you probably Perot has a better case to be in the Bates and does Harry Browne both are in all fifty states that's one measure another be federal matching funds well no no no Ross Perot's not an all day levy is non don't think so I believe this okay well I know Harry brown in right he is but so it depends on. what criterion you want to use I really don't know frankly the committee can do whatever the hell they want to do yeah you know I don't I don't understand. who is going to them did that make the decision as to who we should hear anyway probably the two major parties how will you know I was re reading the the letter that they sent that outlined the eleven criteria yeah that they use yeah have you read that I don't know oh my god it.

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"harry browne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Anti gravity it's going to be a pretty intense. couple of days to say the least. you may remember doctor brown on the air prior to my vacation about Mars. and then my vacation and then all the news on Mars. so it'll be an interesting appearance. then I would like to confirm something for you and that is. you know the twenty fifth of this month will be the. debates. a lot of people like to have hurry brown even Ross Perot in the debates. but I don't believe it's going to occur. and that doesn't mean you have to stop trying to get Harry brown or even Ross Perot into the debates but. I don't think so folks. and so I have arranged confirming now to have Harry brown on the very night of the debates the twenty fifth he'll be our guest for as long as we would like him. and I will collect during the debates the relevant questions. I asked of the two major party candidates. and I will ask them of Harry Browne then all of you will be able to make up your mind about whether Harry Browne should have been in the debates. and moreover what the debates would have been like had a Harry been there. so that's the plan thought you'd want to know that'll be Saturday the twenty fifth Harry Browne libertarian party candidate. here to debate the debates. all right otherwise let us skip about the news. under the category of Hey art what's wrong with this picture. from what I've been hearing on the news hurricane Fran is caused billions of dollars that's true in damage in North Carolina alone at least a billion I know and more to the north. and yet the mass media seems to be covering friends wake rather well as far as dispensing damage tallies and body counts but have you noticed. a conspicuous absence here. when was the last time if ever that you heard mention of FEMA. and its response to this disaster weird on. Jason KCMO fifty thousand watts of serious attitude and right Jason. that is exactly right. normally we hear about FEMA cranking up sweeping down. taking care of business giving out no interest low interest loans. he's right. how come see my hasn't been mentioned and I looked at this I said wow Jason is exactly.

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"harry browne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yeah well I guess I better be going queen goodbye don't bother I probably only spend the money anyway goodbye thank you medium hello again hello Harry Browne how do you do your imperialism how about Gracie I've had about all I can stand up this late people on the street is staring at me like I'm some kind of a free what did you do phone everybody in town about this in my life people can make that this stops everything you've ever done it may be the laughing stock of this whole time you know breaking the the great Henry the eighth but if he hadn't invented them where would the fender California being I want to hear anymore about it I'm going up to my room your Highness for the regular city Alex stump she's ever pulled more more sorry I didn't marry the adagio denture Scranton after all find king on and even can't even go to a show when I want she wait a second a king can do more own candy how about that along queen I can my majesty has been thinking things over by making I'm looking at all and king can do no wrong right good now about going out with the fellas tonight to see castles with tour I think my royal shell needs a little diversion program then by all means go your majesty will not liking what to do well hello.

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"harry browne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"harry browne" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yeah well I guess I better be going queen divide don't bother I'd probably only spend the money anyway goodbye I know you're dying to medium yeah hello yeah yeah and given the brown Harry Browne how do you do your imperialism power down Gracie iPad about all I can span of this thing people on the street is staring at me like I'm some kind of a freak what did you do phone everybody in town about this in my way now you mention it to people that can make that well this stops everything about but it may be the laughing stock of this whole time or were you don't thinking the the the great Henry the eighth they even lacked but if he hadn't invented them where with California being I want to hear anymore about it I'm going up to my room that your Highness for the rich I think it was in the attic start she's ever pulled I'm almost sorry I did marry the adagio dentures grant my across find king on can't even can't even go to a show when I want she wait a second a king can do more arm candy how about that hello queen all I can my majesty has been thinking things over by making a caring at all and the king can do no wrong right good how about going out with the fellas tonight to see castles with tour I thank my royal shall be the little diversion program then by all means go your majesty king what to do well hello I rule.

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