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Jim Bohannon

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Jim Bohannon Promo II

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04:41 min | 6 months ago

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"Welcome back to the Jim bohannon show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. What 866-505-4626 and here is Robert in Charleston, South Carolina. I just wanted to say that you know whenever you're dealing with people, you always have especially people updates, which you I'm sorry, I'm sorry, you kind of dropped in and out there when you were dealing with people, especially whom? Well, people in foreign countries sometimes you don't know very well. It's always a little dangerous. It's always better if you can't have the upper hand in negotiations. If you don't have that negotiations to help your hand and figure out how to get it before you start negotiating because actually the Russians actually are some of the best Friends you can ever have because for decades they had to depend upon each other and they trusted each other. They were a good friend in World War II and fighting Hitler other than that I can not name a time in the last 5 centuries when they've been worth a dam other than a couple of symphonies and a couple of novels. The Russians as a people have never learned to govern themselves well and they have been in general a thorn in the side of civilized people for at least the last century. Individuals know they're amazing people. Well, I'm glad to hear that. Unfortunately, they're not very good at picking leaders. So that's a little bit of a problem, but we've got to keep in mind there. Titus and saint George Utah, hello Titus. Yes sir, I just wanted to ask, what's probably the top two or three things you would stockpile on in these troubled times? Oh, well, you know, I would seriously think about going to this inflation hacks ebook by Holland cook, but certainly there are food items, toilet paper, things of that nature, things that things that have intrinsic value and use and things which store well and not everything in fact does that, but you might go to the website and

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07:29 min | 6 months ago

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"And just. Never hear a bad word about her. That's for sure all the people. No, you do not. All the people who work with her just love her very, very much. And she was all over the radio back in the early days of radio in the 1930s. She had a daily talk show plus her network singing show in the evening and she was a big star of the 1930s, 40s, 50s. And did such a great job. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Ben in newbury, Ohio. Hello. Hi, how are you? Fine. Thank you. Good. Well, I have a question. It could be an easy one for somebody like doctor knowledge, though. Oh, okay. What is the origin? What is the origin of the 21 gun salute? That's a good question. It's really different levels. There are different levels of guns for different ranks, heads of state get 21 guns. But good question, why it's 21? I don't know. Other than the fact that it is the tradition. Okay, you tell us Ben. Okay, add up the number 1776. 15 and 6 is 21. Oh, really? Well, very good. Yeah, no, I had not had not heard that. All right. Fantastic. We have doctor knowledge Charles rich blue marques, the author of the all time book of fascinating facts, and we have a call from Tom and Sharon, Pennsylvania. Hello, Tom. First of all, to add to the Irving, God bless America. He donated all the royalties of that show to the boys cut and gross cuts in America. One thing I wanted to have a question for you, before I get to real quick, when you were on one night, I don't know if it was Jim showed some other program. Somebody had a question about what was the origin of the quarter and a half dollar and the silver dollar contained a dollar's worth of silver. I have dollar contained at the time was first minute. I half dollars worth of silver. A quarter dollar contained quarter of a dollars worth of silver. And the dime came from an old English word. It was spelled. On the very first mini in 1792, and it was one tenth because that was the dime meant one tenth. And the question I have for you doctor knowledge, I think Jim might know this. But I'd like to know if you know it. Who was the last person, the last voice heard on the old mutual network before they went defunct? Well. It was a CBS newscaster who didn't know he was supposed to be on the air. The network actually signed off one newscast early and that I can't remember which newscast group was. The last scheduled newscast that was run by mutual was a newscaster named Sean hall. So I'll defer to you, toms, and I doubt that doctor knowledge knows a man by the name of Jim bohannon. Oh, really? Huh. Well, okay. If you think that one of your books, well, yeah, really, I had no idea that. It was pretty good. All right. Before we leave the dime in the quarter and everything, it's interesting to note that on our, if you look at our coins, everybody calls the ones said coin a penny, but the word penny is not on the penny. We all call the 5 cent piece of nickel, but the word Nichols not on the nickel, but on the other hand, everybody calls attention piece a dime and the word dime is on the ten cent coin. And the word quarter is on the 25 cent piece. So the question is, why don't they put the word penny on the penny and nickel on the nickel? We've checked with the U.S. mint and they have no idea. They said, it's just tradition. That's the way it started. But it is kind of funny that the road dime is on the dime but the word that goes out on the nickel. And the other reason the nickel is called the nickel, by the way, the originally was made of all nickel, but now it's made about 75% copper and only 25% nickel. So maybe we should call it a copper. Fair enough. All right, to Tony in Walmart creek, California. Yes, sir. I'm just calling, I'm originally from Kosovo, and I live here for 30 years. I just have one question for you. Okay. Sure. Do you know that name of Mother Teresa? My close mother Teresa first and lost name. Secret Theresa's first and last name, no, I don't. But. Her first name is gonja. Which means rose in English. And the last name is you. Her mother was born nationally in a village from my town, the village name was fermion, her father was born in prison, and we have a church in the fish stars in between these two places. They were forced to go to move to Scotia and we call it hope and her father was involved in politics and he wanted the rights for Albanians and he was killed by the serfs they were doing ethnic cleansings and then monetary model was threatening that she has to leave in other ways and her mother will be killed too and that's how she ended up only to India. Wow, that's pretty amazing stuff, Tony. Thank you for sharing that. I had no idea. Okay, to Frank and Cumberland, Maryland, good evening, Frank. I read that Irving Berlin like Frank Sinatra could not read music. And he had a special piano built for him so that he could propose on it. Does doctor knowledge know how that worked? Well, that is correct, and that's an amazing thing. One of the greatest songwriters of all time. And he could not read music. And he had in creating a song with just play the song by you and then have a secretary write the notes down. He could not write the notes down for the songs he was writing, which is just of all the songs he wrote. And by the way, he lived over a hundred years of age and wrote so many songs in so many different kinds of songs and wrote things like white Christmas Easter parade God bless America wrote so many classics in his lifetime and yet could not read music. That

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04:32 min | 6 months ago

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"I hope that in your ruling that it doesn't end my life. 31 year old griner was convicted of drug possession and smuggling charges and sentenced to 9 years in prison. The maximum sentence was ten. She's also fighting a million rubles, which is about 16,000 U.S. dollars. Her attorney spoke to reporters after the verdict came down. She's very abscessed. They're upset, very stressed. It's difficult. Time for her. Griner plans to appeal and her agent said the sentence confirms the celebrities being used as a political pawn, perhaps, but a prisoner swap proposed by the U.S. is still on the table. Elizabeth rude with the U.S. embassy called the sentence of miscarriage of justice. President Biden's national security team and the entire American government remain committed to bringing miss griner home safely to her family, Friends, and loved ones. President Biden called the verdict unacceptable and White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre reiterated the administration stance that grinders being wrongfully detained. She never should have had to endure a trial in the first place. We have repeatedly called for Russia to release her immediately. That hasn't happened, but the Kremlin has said it would consider a U.S. proposal to swap griner and former American marine Paul Whelan who's been jailed in Russia for years for a convicted Russian arms dealer. Paul Whelan's brother David wasn't surprised by greiner's 9 year sentence. I mean, I think judges normally in Russia go along with whatever the prosecutor asks. He still hopeful, though, a deal can get done. I think no deals could be discussed until she was convicted. So this is a next step. Another man who's become familiar with the Russian government is Joey Reid. The father of Trevor Reed, who was exchanged in a U.S. Russia prisoner swap earlier this year. The Russian government knows how our government works better than most Americans do. And the American government might say, well, this was a short sentence. How could for a small time? How could we trade for a major criminal? So the Russians give long sentences the longest sentences possible for the alleged crimes there so that they can make it say it's an equal trade. The efforts to bring griner homes certainly aren't over, but in response to her sentence, the WNBA described it as unjustified and unfortunate, but not unexpected.

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04:01 min | 6 months ago

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"In crane, Missouri. Hello Sharon. Hi, Jim. Jim, I'm with you when it comes to China telling us where we can't go. We can tell China where they can go. But zhao zheng has got a problem right now. And he's trying to take some heat off of himself. He has a deadline coming up where he has to more or less make or break whether he's going to be the leader for life that he's been trying for. But he has just had to tell his people that they are going to have to work longer now, even if they are retirement age, they're not going to be able to retire. They have a population problem because it's declining like it is in a lot of countries. And they are not happy about this at all. And the young people aren't happy about it. The older retirement people are not happy about it. So zhao Jinping is kind of that his tale in a crack right now and the people who are in the government who are the controllers behind the screen more or less, they're kind of waiting to see how he's going to get himself out of this. So he's got some problems over there. It's not all roses for him. That's true. You're right. He does face some special problems. I would say I was sorry, but I'm not really. But you're right. Since his only concern in life is to hold on to power, who knows what he might do in a bid to make himself look strong, so I hear what you're saying, Sharon. The main thing that the United States has to do is to bolster its defenses, air, sea, land, cyber, you name it. In all the areas in which we are deficient, we need to do more, spend more.

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06:07 min | 6 months ago

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"Doctor knowledge is the author of the all time book of fascinating facts he has a few and he'll let you share some of yours, so let's go to Linda in Albany, New York, good evening, Linda. Good evening. Thank you, I'm so glad you're back. Thank you. Comment. And then a question. The comment is, someplace along the way, I heard that Kate Smith donated all the money from that particular song to helping troops someplace along the way. I don't know if she donated all the money, but she certainly made a very impressive donation she was so grateful for that song. And then she was she didn't do that and certainly was a great person. And she just saying that song like nobody else has. It's a beautiful song to begin with, but she was just so special with that song. Oh, yes, it was just great for her. My question is something that has helped family to over the years. The glass baby bottles invented the glass baby bottles. Well, I certainly don't know. Doctor knowledge? Yeah. Do you happen to know Linda? Well, I'm thinking it was around 1825. And I did use to know. Are you kidding? Why do you think 18 why do you think 1825? It's just somehow ringing a bell that might have been about that. Interesting. Well, again, hey, that's great, good for you. You have a mind like a closet of a storehouse of knowledge. There are Kelly and Wichita, Kansas. Hello. Hello. Hi. What's on your mind? Yeah, I've got something that maybe kind of easier when Friends and also recorded the song I did it my way. There was a famous artist in the studio. And later on, Frank went on to record one of his songs and actually Frank call it the greatest little song he'd ever written according to the artist X wise. It's not really a question. I just find it fascinating, but it may be something somebody doesn't know. Well, all right. Well, I don't know that I certainly don't know. Doctor knowledge, do you know? No, what's wrong that was? Yeah. Frank would be recording, I did it my way and door Harrison and his wife patty was in the studio. And listened to in later on, Frank had recorded his own version of something but Beatles, which is the George Harrison song. And I read this in patty, Harrison's book is late. His late first wife. Well, that said, that's a new one on me. I was not aware of that. Yeah. Well, that's pretty cool. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. There's actually a French not to albie covering if you turn everyone's backside at the corner. There's a little square 200 picture of Frank and George Harrison shaking hands. Oh, that's very cool. That's very cool. By the way, I'll be on kqam with the Andy hus in the very near future. I was trying to find what day that's happening, and I can't find it right off the bat, but in the very near future, we'll be there on your local station. So thank you very much for sharing that. Much appreciated. Although his fame came as a singer, actually his career was saved by not singing, but by enacting role, his career had gone down here in the late 1940s. After his original popularity with the Tommy Dorsey orchestra, he wasn't doing very well. And he got into a movie called from here to eternity in which he played just a straight acting job, not as a singer. And he won an Oscar for that, and that revived his career, not as a singer, but as an actor, which is kind of hard to believe. And then he started making more recordings and got his fame that he has today as a singer, really, not as an actor, but non singing acting job that saved his career in the early 1950s. Yeah, absolutely. I had heard that story. Coincidentally, Wikipedia says that the first glass nursing bottle was patented by CM winship in 1841 and it was intentionally shaped like a mother's breasts, so the things you never knew. All right, Sharon and crane, Missouri. Hello. Hello. Hi. This is a fact for you. If it hadn't been for Kate Smith, the United States may not have won World War II. She sold more war bonds than anyone else in the United States. And I believe she sold $60 million worth of war bonds. And if it hadn't been for her, the United States would not have had the money to equip all of the soldiers that fought in World War II. Well, good for her. question she was a special person. She never

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03:43 min | 6 months ago

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"To the Jim bohannon show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 glad you could be with us tonight. And let's take a look at some of the things happening out there. China has begun live fire, military drills in the water is off of Taiwan, so we have China acting in their usual barbaric knuckle dragging way. And there are a number of lessons that we can learn from all of this. One was the Nancy Pelosi trip really necessary. She's the Speaker of the House and while I'm not in favor of saying, well, we can't go to Taiwan because China might get angry. They held with China, which ought to be our national mantra when it comes to dealing with that rogue nation. The hell with China. But certainly, if President Biden didn't help any by blurting out Pelosi's visit and that the military didn't like the idea of the visit. And China is of course extremely sensitive about the relationship it has with Taiwan. It does consider Taiwan to be an integral part. Of China. Interestingly enough, the Taiwanese government agrees. They think that Taiwan is an integral part of China as well. Their only complaint is that they are the ones who should be running all of China. Not the butchers in Beijing. I would agree with them. It's not terribly likely to happen. The reality of the moment is, of course, that effectively they are two separate countries. In the meantime, it is vitally essential. That we update our military. That we stop wasting money on all kinds of little domestic pet projects and the like. We have got to see to it that we have enough ships enough planes enough missiles. And that we end our dependence on China for everything that matters. I mean, pharmaceuticals for Pete's sake. Rare Earths that go into all kinds of computer products. Nothing that's important should be something that we depend on China for or any other country that is questionable in terms of its well, frankly, honesty. And integrity and the Chinese government has none of either. I would frankly be in favor of eventually an embargo on all trade with China.

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05:24 min | 6 months ago

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"And then in World War I, there was a patriotic show put on by the army and they wanted it a patriotic song for the show. They came to Irving Berlin. And he sat down to write a patriotic song and remembered his mother, in fact, every day he would remember his mother having said virtually every day God bless America. And that was the inspiration for the song itself and the title. And that's where the title came from God bless America from his mother just being so happy to be. In the United States that is a great story. A wonderful story a beautiful story. All right, well our producer Rita red says that according to some religious traditions, the oldest daughter of Adam and Eve, the twin sister of Kane was a clima, ACL IMA. was a new one on me. But anyway, one more story about God bless America, Jimmy. Yes, please, go ahead. Which makes it very interesting. Anyhow, I think Berlin writes this song for this army show that shows called yip yap, the app tank. And he wrote God bless America report. And during rehearsals, the show is running too long and would you believe of all the songs they cut out of the show, they cut out God bless America. The song was unheard, the years passed by and we go 20 years from World War I to 1938. There was a very popular singer by the name of Kate Smith. She had a very popular radio show in those days before television. It was around once a week with a half hour show. She was also on a daily talk show. But she was most famous for her singing and it was a day before it was then called Armistice Day now called Veterans Day. She was walking down the street in New York and just happened to see urban Berlin walking the other way to just happen to pass each other and she said I think we have a show tomorrow night on armistice night, the night of Armistice Day. Do you have a song that I could use for the patriotic songs? And Irving remembered that he had written this song 20 years earlier, went back to his office, opened the bottom drawer of his desk and there was the yellowed copy of the sheet music for going with God bless America. He took the sheet music out sent it over to Kate Smith. She introduced it the next night on her national radio show, it became an instant hit both by her and the song itself. And that's how God bless America came to be at Kate Smith not run into Irving Berlin just by chance walking down the street in New York bed. Day before Armistice Day, we might never have heard one of the great songs of all time. That's an amazing story. Yeah. Just fate, yeah, that they met each other and that Irving remembered that he had written this song 20 years before and gave it to her and as soon as she's saying it, it became an instant hit and shoot became very famous for that song. Oh, if she became identified with the song, yeah. Used to have her come and actually sing it instead of national anthem before their hockey games and they won the Stanley Cup that year. They did that. So it was a good lecture for the Philadelphia flyers hockey team. Wow. And all because of the chance meeting on the street that is very cool. What do you focus on when you put together material for the all time book of fascinating facts? Just everything, Jim, I've been collecting this stuff for more than 50 years. I had a syndicated newspaper call for many years called interesting facts, one called, I bet you didn't know. So I've been correcting this stuff for years and looking for stories. Like this and I try to have good variety of sports as well as presidents and geography and history and music and just about every topic you can think of. So it's just been a lot of fun collecting and it's amazing how many things you learn by just looking at I'd love to read obituaries by an interesting facts that way. Yeah. Well, we've got a few more coming up, so stay with us. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 kind of a fund Friday night here on the bohannon show with Charles rich Blum. The man who is behind the book. The all time book of fascinating facts. He goes by the handle of doctor knowledge and you can learn more at knowledge in a nutshell dot com, knowledge in a nutshell dot com. More calls coming up on the bohannon show will be right back in

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04:13 min | 6 months ago

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03:40 min | 6 months ago

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"Get lights? What was the question? What was the question of why were they? The last Chicago Cubs were the last team to have lights because the people who lived in the neighborhood didn't want them to have lights that would disrupt their neighborhood, the Chicago Cubs neighborhood goes right up next to Wrigley Field. I mean, it's not out in some place where there's acres of parking lots. I mean, there are people who live within a hundred feet of the Wrigley Field wall, so that my answer to what your answer is. The answer is William Wrigley had everything ready to go. He had all this on the lights ready to go and World War II broke out and he donated all the metal to the war effort. That's fairly, by the way. Okay, all right, and number three, Andrew what? What famous event happened in January of 1900 in Chicago? I don't know what? They reversed the river from flowing into Lake Michigan. And they blew up the dynamite and did it anyway. And the river got reversed. Well, there you go. All right, thank you. You will not be doing three from everybody tonight, by the way. All right, Greg, and Decatur, Illinois. Good evening. Fun way to end a great week, great by having Jimbo hannon back at the microphone. I'm back. 30 years to the mutual days and you were my partner in the squad car back in odor 30 hours. Well, I'm glad to hear that, Greg, thank you. Go ahead. Three years later, I'm not working anymore. I retired. Okay. Doctor knowledge, here we go. Elvis Presley, we're coming up on the 40 5th anniversary of his death. His last concert was June 26th in Indianapolis, Indiana market square arena. And he did not appear in concert, but was preparing to go back on the road on the 17th of August, day after he died. Now my question is, where was that concert supposed to be? I have no idea. I don't know where we're Greg. Portland Maine. Really? Well. If you had a ticket for that concert, you were pretty lucky. All right. That's right. That's right. All right, thank you guys. You bet you. Interesting facts about Portland may. Okay. One is just occurred to me. We have this in our book, main is of all our 50 states, only one state as just a one syllable name, and that is made. That's the only state we have with a one syllable name. And the other thing is that the biggest city in one state has the same name as the biggest city. In another state and the answer to that question is Portland Maine and Portland or Oregon. Yes. And as we go to the break and we will get to your calls, by the way. This is one that I really don't know about. Which president once played in the World Series. Boy, that one stumps me entirely. Well, you like the answer. Yes, absolutely. Okay, I thought you were taking a break. No, it was George H. W. Bush. It was the college royal series. He played.

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05:25 min | 6 months ago

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"All right, fair enough. This is something that I think a lot of people don't think that much about because the credit card is instant money. I don't have to worry about money. I've got a credit card. Well, just a little too instant. Yeah, back in love with cash. It doesn't come back to haunt you at the end of the month. Yeah, we're going to go back and talk some more, learn about these inflation hacks. From Holland cook, his new ebook and again, if you have a suggestion for the ebook, then very simple. Just go to the website and you can quote me dot com and you can quote me dot com or you can talk to the man right now. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 note. That is a toll free number. Back with more on the bohemian show in just a moment. Welcome back to the Jim bohannon show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 as we talk with. Radio consultant and all around compiler of interesting material,

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04:41 min | 6 months ago

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"Tonight to offer some inflation hacks to help you navigate this period of time in which we find ourselves good evening Holland. Thank you for having me and it is great to hear you. I'm so glad you're back. You sound like a million bucks. Well, thank you. Thank you, of course, after inflation. That's right. Serious money. Yeah, that's right. After it play, I sound like a 300,000 bucks. Oh, well, anyway, no, I appreciate that very much. Very much, thank you. Yeah, what got you interested in this? It's quite a comprehensive list. We're going to plunge right into it, but I'm just curious, what got you interested in this? This is not really your standard area of expertise. Yeah, you've introduced me in the past as a talk radio consultant and talk radio has been frustrating me on the topic of inflation because when you channel surf around talk radio, all you hear is a blame game. Everybody's crabbing about whose fault it is. And I think it's a crying shame that we don't use talk radio to invite our listeners to tell each other how we're getting along these days. And that is the genesis of the ebook that I am publishing. It's called inflation hacks save those benjamins and I set up a blog at the website and you can quote me dot com because that's the scheme. We're just going to have everybody pile on the suggestions. And I'm going to keep revising the book. So once you get the book, you get a free updates every time I revise the book because people keep kicking and suggestions. So I wanted to turn talk radio into the kind of two way radio that it does best. Outstanding, and you do that, of course, at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6. So you've refinanced your mortgage Walmart is now your grocery store. You're buying in bulk, a pallet. Really?

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05:25 min | 6 months ago

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"Hi there and good evening. Welcome to the Jim bohannon show from Westwood one radio. We're at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo, one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6. Online find us a Jim bohannon show dot com. You can follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks. And we're into the weekend, folks. That's good. Time for us to have a little fun, and it's always good to have Charles rich bloom. Doctor knowledge and the author of the all

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07:08 min | 6 months ago

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"Welcome back to the Jim bohannon show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 led to have you with us on the program tonight. And we're joined by cam Edwards sees the editor at at Bering arms dot com. Good evening cab. Hey, Jim. Thanks so much for the invite. Indeed, glad to have you on tonight. Apparently, there have been a number of gun restricting bills passed and at the state and federal level, I would only note a couple of things. First of all, we have got to stop making guns that kill people on their own. We have got to stop making those guns. That's really a bad thing. Second, I would note that if it were the guns, and the concentration of guns, then rural America would be the murder capital of the world. Your thoughts. That's right. Well, I'm coming to you from rural America and the wilds of central Virginia this evening. And this is a very safe place. But you're right. We have seen unfortunately and it's interesting because the Supreme Court said just a few weeks ago that not only do we have the right to keep arms in our home for self defense. But we have the right to bear them in public as well. The right to keep and bear arms is a real right if they fundamental right and what we've seen in a number of blue states and the democratic controlled House is I think a real thumbing of the nose as the Supreme Court. And really violating the spirit of what the court said, if not the letter of the opinion. You know, New York, for example, that it was a New York law that was challenged at the Supreme Court. And New York responded to this decision striking down there, maybe you should conceal carry laws by putting in place all kinds of new subjective standards. So now they're going to look at good moral character. Well, what does that mean? Well, it's up to the person you have to apply to get a concealed carry license to decide whether or not somebody has good moral character there, declaring basically the entire state of New York to be a gun free zone. And if you set foot as a concealed carry holder into one of these spaces, it's a felony offense. It's years in prison. So we are seeing an overreaction, but I think more importantly what we're seeing is a continued denial of the fact that we possess the right to keep and bear arms for self defense in this country. Now, of course, laws that violate the letter of the constitution get tossed out eventually if they're challenged and brought to the court system. Laws that violate the spirit, but not the letter, not necessarily, obviously you have an interpretation here that has to be somewhat legalistic and somewhat literal. So it's quite possible to violate the spirit of what the Supreme Court said and get away with it. Well, at least temporarily, thankfully, one of the things the Supreme Court did in the Bruin decision, which was the case that was handed down a few weeks ago, is they laid out pretty explicitly the tests that courts need to follow when they're looking at the constitutionality of these gun laws. And they basically told the appellate courts in the U.S. district courts, you all have been getting it wrong. There's not this tiered scrutiny where first you decide if the Second Amendment has been implicated by a particular law and then if the government says, well, we've got a public safety interest in doing so, then it's fine and that law can be upheld. And instead, what justice clarence Thomas said is, first, you have to look at the text of the Second Amendment. And then in order to justify a particular gun control law, the state or the city, whatever political subdivision has put this law in place, has to be able to point to some historic analog in our history where there is a similar law that is, there was long-standing, wasn't some outlier that was on the books for a year or two. And I think this really does call into question a lot of what we have seen, put on the books, not just in the past couple of months, but over the past few decades, quite frankly. Is a lot of what we're seeing past either federally or at the state level. What could fall under the general category of red flag laws? Well, so what Congress did in this bipartisan gun deal was to give grant money to states that would adopt red flag laws. But honestly, we've got 19 states that have flag laws in place right now. I have not seen a real serious push in any state to add a red flag law since Congress passed that Bill and open up that federal funding. I think Republican led states have a lot of concerns over the efficacy and the constitutionality of these red flag laws and I think most of the blue states already have them on the book. So I don't know whether you're actually going to see a big change in the number of states that have these measures in place. Of course, a red flag law has to allow due process and the big question obviously is who decides whether or not someone should not have access to firearms. And what the appeals process is. Yeah, there are, I think the idea behind red flag laws are fundamentally flawed I have to say. But some of the due process concerns that you pointed out are real. First, there's the issue of ex part hearings where the subject of this petition is not even present. May not even be aware that this hearing is going on. And then a couple of weeks later, if their guns have been taken away, then they get a chance to appear in court and explain why they're not a danger to themselves or others. That's one problem. One of the other issues is that you're not entitled to a public defender. This isn't a criminal trial, even though it's the state coming after you and your right to own a gun. If you can't afford an attorney, you're representing yourself against a pretty experienced prosecutor. And I think that stacks the deck even further in favor of these type of petitions. You could not get a public defender in a case like this. No, not at all. I'm not aware of any state that allows for public defenders to represent the subject of a red flag petition. Well, at the very least, that should be changed. Now, California, I understand his gone after the gun industry marketing firearms related products to minors. And speaking in particular of Bill 25 71. Signed by governor Newsom. I'm not quite sure how you can narrowly define that in fact, you are aiming at minors unless maybe you've got Tony the Tiger pushing a silencer is something you tell me. All right, well, that's the thing. 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"Folks. We don't have to do this again. Okay? All right. Couple observations really quick. Number one, I've never seen so many veterans with tears in their eyes and tears in their eyes of joy that I've seen in the last hour. And the second thing I would say is I just got off the phone with the president of the United States. And he said, thank you. So that senator John tester, who chairs the Senate veterans affairs committee saying that the long fight to enhance healthcare and disability benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits is finally over. Looking back on the pact act and the burn pit act, steps forward, I'm sure you would say Darren sell naked concerned veterans for America. Nitpick with the details. Give us something along the lines of it would have been nice if they'd included what. Well, one of the challenges is that you're going to have a huge number of claims happening. And it would have been nice if they had addressed the fact that they're going to need to beef up who's processing the claims. Because last time they did expansion, the backlog of claims went up to a million. And so it doesn't do you much good if you can put in a claim if you can't see it resolved for years and years because a huge number of claims come in and the existing staff isn't beefed up or temporarily expanded in some way. And so there's nothing in here to address that matter. The other thing that would have been nice is on the healthcare side. Now everyone is expecting and I was just on the hill yesterday talking to senators and talk about this. Big expansion of healthcare means potential big expansion of sex veterans going into the system and system is already not working well. It never came out of COVID well. It's never really recovered the system itself. In terms of its operations and there are wait times increasing very long wait times around the country. And so they were supposed to put in the gaps app. And the gaps act would have made sure and put into law the existing access standards and the action centers make sure that you never have to wait longer than 20 days for a mental health or

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Clubmarket Demo

06:44 min | 6 months ago

"jim bohannon" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

"The recession clocks hasn't started to yet, but we do see weakening ahead, particularly as the fed still has a lot of work to do in tamping down inflation. So we saw that even in today's report with the average early earnings numbers coming in much stronger than expected signaling that there's still a lot of wage pressure. And that's the senior economist for Wells Fargo Sarah house as we speak tonight with our callers and with our guest Robert Shapiro. Former undersecretary of commerce in the for economic affairs in the Clinton administration, a senior adviser for the Obama administration on economic policy and here's the call from Mark in Eureka, California good evening Mark. Hi, Jim. Thank you for taking my call. Mister Shapiro in light of Jim's reference to the panic panic induced by the COVID and you said we're in a historic job growth my question is why or to what would you attribute this a historic in other words you'd current administration what have they done to qualify this as a if the panic didn't have anything to do with this? Why is the usurper in The White House excuse me? The guy, the Joker in the Oval Office, to be credited for this historic job growth if the panic has nothing to do with it. If we're not just getting our old jobs back, in other words, to what extent has our recovery been because of the administration and not just a rebound from the pandemic that would have occurred under any administration. Well, of course, you always get a rebound. So long as you supported the kind of basic elements of the economy. And that occurred both in 2020 and in 2021. So that the fundamentals and the economy were still strong. We're healthy. And but in addition, what the administration really did that the contribution of the administration was the American rescue plan. Which put an enormous amount of money in the pockets of 90% of the country. And the reason that was necessary. Was that one of the effects of the pandemic was that the personal saving rate skyrocketed. It reached as high as 24% and 26%. And it was averaging about 18% as we came into 2021. And so, and there was nothing we could do to reduce that saving rate. People were saving at really historic rates because they were frightened. By the pandemic and said to themselves, I could get sick. I could lose my job. I could lose my house. I need to save. Just in case the worst happens. Well, with people saving it that rate, if you didn't replace that money, while the economy was already depressed, the economy would stay depressed. And so that replaced those savings. So the people could begin suspend again. And that's what drove the strong recovery in 2021. That in employment continues today. And drove inflation and now, of course, with this inflation reduction act, one of the great titles for a bill in our lifetime. There will be another $739 billion put into the economy. That is inflationary. Any way you slice it. It's all paid for by taxes. It is oh, really? By tax was only from people making over $400,000 a year. And so people making under $400,000 a year will not pay a single penny more. Pardon me? And so people making under $400,000 a year will not pay a single penny more. Absolutely not. And there will be nothing added to the national debt. No, in fact. In fact, in fact, according to CBO, the revenues from in particular, the minimum tax on corporations that have at least $1 billion in profits. Those revenues will in fact not only finance the climate agenda and the healthcare agenda, which will include putting a lot of downward pressure on pharmaceutical prices. But in addition, the revenues will also finance a reduction in the deficit. That's what CBO says. So it should not be inflationary. Wow. Boy, that's pretty good. We've spent a gazillion dollars and we get all these benefits and there's no inflation. That's fantastic. To pay for it. And of course, those corporations will not be passing along any of that cost under the rest of us. Well, that's good to know. All right. Oh, that's good. A quick call from Trey and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, real quick Dre. Hey, other one, just wanted to say you mentioned mister Shapiro. You mentioned just now that people were saving because they were scared of losing their job and getting sick and all this stuff. No, that's not what it was. They weren't spending money because they weren't allowed to because liberal and Democrat politicians and liberal cities even in red states shut down the economy to make Trump look bad so they could get him out of office and that was the goal. I'm afraid we'll be the last comment of this portion of the program. Robert Shapiro our guest and we thank him for being a part of the bohemian show will continue with more in just a

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"jim bohannon" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

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02:39 min | 6 months ago

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"Hi there and good evening and welcome to the Jim bohannon show from Westwood one radio. We're at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 866-505-4626 on line finders at Jimbo hadn't showed dot com. You can follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks. American employers added quite a few jobs last month despite the raging inflation and we'll talk about that tonight with your calls at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo. One 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 and with Robert Shapiro, who formally served as undersecretary of commerce in the Clinton administration and advised senior members of the Obama administration on economic policy good evening mister Shapiro. Good evening, Jim. Here in Washington monthly, I see you've written an article as headlined hey folks, we're not in a recession. And you go on to add that Biden administration critics have seized on an axiom that two consecutive quarters of negative growth gross domestic product growth signal a recession and you said it's not a rule followed by any economist I know. The official arbiter of whether in winter recession has begun. The business cycle dating committee of the national bureau of economic research applies more nuanced and reliable measures of actually that is their definition is it not? Yes, it is. Yes, it is exactly. The fact is that there are lots of technical reasons why the official GDP measure can go down even when the fundamentals in the economy are strong. And that's basically what we've been seeing. Well, I mean, if every administration can define what a recession is, at least there is one benefit there will never be another recession. Well, you've been to fight it as you said, the national bureau of economic research to find it. It was given that authority, G over a hundred years ago by Congress. The premier economic think tank in the country. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. And they look at lots of factors.

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06:03 min | 8 months ago

"jim bohannon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to the Jim bohannon show I'm John trout 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo That's 866-505-4626 I'm John trout filling in for Jim bohannon It has been for many of you a short week with the Memorial Day holiday but this has been a fun week And I think we have it's nice to step in and hear a very educated audience and articulate audience that knows the issues and is able to contribute to the national discussion This was the president earlier tonight I know how hard it is But I'll never give up And if Congress fails I believe this time a majority of the American people won't give up either I believe the majority of you will act to turn your outrage into making this issue central to your vote enough enough Yeah I'm with him there for a while And then when he says central to your vote he kind of loses me because I don't think yes this is a hot button political issue But when politicians politicize the issue I get angry and when I see beto o'rourke politicizing the issue It makes me angry This is one of the this is one of the biggest political footballs of our time Republicans are dug in they've been elected largely by constituents who feel very strongly about the Second Amendment The Democrats do they want to see change or like Biden said do they just want to see voters at the polls in November Voting their conscience All right let's go back to the phones at 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O 5 Jimbo and we've had Andrew in Arlington Heights Illinois waiting for a time You're listening on an app Andrew how we sounding tonight in Illinois Everything sounds nice and crystal clear Good to hear you John That's good A couple of thoughts The Second Amendment is never going to change the right to bear arms People are never going to turn their guns in It's just never going to change But in Illinois you apply for a Freud card and it takes probably well 6 to 8 months before you get that card which then gives you the right to go purchase a firearm And then there's a 14 day waiting period before you can get your hands on the firearm When I learned how to drive a motorcycle I had to take a state qualified writing class before I could get a license that says I can drive a motorcycle In Illinois and maybe nationwide it's too easy There should be everyone who wants to own a gun has got to go for state training and included in that would be some type of psychological test that would put up red flags if answers to questions are not answered properly And for people who want to own the automatic AR-15s and those type of rifles fine But you can't take them out of a gun club or a firing range You know people who have them in their homes today you're never going to get them to turn them in People who want to shoot those things and they want to blow up watermelons and all that kind of stuff that the gun range you can own it but it's got to be checked in and out at a firing range and you can not take it home It's sad to get serious about this gun handling because all we get is jibber jabber from everybody Exactly I think we can all agree on that Arnold we were talking with outside of Fort Worth before the break Sorry we got this well if we didn't get disconnected we ran out of time Are you back with us Yeah sure And real quick I think that keeping a gun at a gun range is not smart because you're not going to get criminals to do that Yeah So yeah I disagree with that And I'm also I think that Illinois I don't have a problem but 8 months come on That's too long for a background check There's no reason for that and also 14 days afterwards people that are not like the Yuval guy he shouldn't have been able to just walk in the store and go shoot but I don't know how you're going to prevent it other than the soft target way out of the school but armed yards and I don't know the answer but I know that that's not going to work I just think that there needs to be compromises but they need to be smart I grew up a mentally ill mother so I know that if you get them on the medicines they'll turn around but as soon as they feel better they come off the medicine That's a good point Arnold thank you I want to get to some more calls tonight but yes when people start feeling better after being prescribed a prescription for mental illness they feel like they don't need it anymore Brad in Topeka Kansas listening on K MJ Welcome to the show Thank you John I just wanted to make some quick points The AR rifle doesn't stand for assault rifle It was developed in 1963 by the ArmaLite corporation and the left came up with the term.

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Census Bureau Releases 2020 Data Showing a More Diverse America

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Census Bureau Releases 2020 Data Showing a More Diverse America

"Bureau yesterday shows the US became more diverse and more urban. Over the last decade, the non Hispanic white population dropping for the first time on record. The numbers that will be used to redraw the nation's political map, showing the migration to the south and west from the Midwest and Northeast continues a California man facing a

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Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics

"A medal on day one of the Olympics, American athletes pulled in their fair share on Day two of competition in Tokyo. The U. S was held off the medal count in Day one of Olympic action for the first time since 1972 Team USA got back on track on Day two, with American athletes collecting 10 medals overall with four golds in swimming chase, Kalish took gold and Jay Litherland took silver in the gruelling 400 m individual medley. William Shatner took gold in the 10 M air rifle competition and two women made US Olympic history collecting gold medals. Foil fencing and taekwondo. Lee Kiefer took the top spot in foil fencing in anesthesia. Zoltek was golden in taekwondo. Ryan, Bayer

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U.S. Officials Urge More COVID-19 Vaccinations as Delta Variant Becomes Dominant Strain

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U.S. Officials Urge More COVID-19 Vaccinations as Delta Variant Becomes Dominant Strain

"Jackie Quinn reports that with new concerns about that Delta variant of Covid 19, federal health officials were again urging people to roll up their sleeves. Scientists believe the delta variant is about 50% more contagious than other types, and it's hitting the non vaccinated population. The White House coronavirus task Force says any further suffering and loss is preventable Response coordinator Jeff Sites the best way for communities to protect themselves from the virus is by getting more people vaccinated. Those fully vaccinated seem to be protected from the delta variant. Which now accounts for 25% of new virus cases. In Nevada, A woman in her forties who was not vaccinated, has died in hospital beds are filling again in southwestern Missouri because of low vaccination rates. Jackie Quinn,

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92 Shot, 16 Fatally, across Chicago since Friday Night

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

92 Shot, 16 Fatally, across Chicago since Friday Night

"Is reeling from the deadliest and most violent weekend this year. 92 people shot over the Fourth of July weekend 16 of them killed. Deadly shootings also reported in Cincinnati, Philadelphia, New York in Atlanta, and in Houston, A police officer gets shot while investigating an argument over a

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Officer in Critical Condition After Being Shot in the Head

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Officer in Critical Condition After Being Shot in the Head

"They told the beach Police officer Jason Rainer remains in critical condition after being shot in the head late Wednesday. Federal marshals have now joined in the search for the man who Police say was seen on officer Rainer's body camera video

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California School Coach Fired After Tortillas Thrown at Team

Jim Bohannon

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

California School Coach Fired After Tortillas Thrown at Team

"The Coronado California School Board voted to fire the high school basketball coach after a squabble last weekend between the coaching staffs at the division championship. Against the mostly Latino school, the board so tabling potential discipline against Coronado Students seen throwing tortillas of the opposing

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Giannis Goes on Attack as Bucks Force Game 7

Jim Bohannon

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Giannis Goes on Attack as Bucks Force Game 7

"Will be a Game seven for the Bucks Net series. They're going to run out the time. The final here in Game six Bucks one. Oh, four Brooklyn Nets 89 Bucks radio Networks play by play announcer Ted Davis With the call at the end of Thursday's Game Advisor Forum. The deciding game of the series is Saturday, with the winner advancing to the Eastern Conference finals.

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VP Harris Participates in Washington,  DC Pride Parade

Jim Bohannon

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

VP Harris Participates in Washington, DC Pride Parade

"Today. Vice President Kamala Harris took part in the Washington D. C Pride parade. We are committed and we understand the importance of this movement and our roles of leadership in this ongoing movement, The vice president says the administration is doing all it can to protect the movements made by the LGBTQ

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Will We Need COVID-19 Booster Shots?

Jim Bohannon

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Will We Need COVID-19 Booster Shots?

"Are widely available in the U. S. Many folks want to know if boosters will be needed down the road. One Wisconsin medical expert doesn't rule it out. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond tells Wisconsin's afternoon news that as of right now we don't need boosters We get from the three vaccines better authorized in the U. S is good. It covers all of the variance of concern right now, But things may change if new variants pop up in the future. I do think that it's possible. Well, maybe even likely that we'll be getting annual boosters. But a lot really depends on what we don't know yet, which is how long that immunity is gonna last. Melissa Barkley,

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Manhunt Underway After 2 Killed in Miami Mass Shooting

Jim Bohannon

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Manhunt Underway After 2 Killed in Miami Mass Shooting

"Three suspects still being sought about 100 bullet casings were found at the scene of Sunday morning's mass shooting outside of a catering hall in Miami Dade County that left two people dead. That's according to police, who are providing an update Monday morning when the father of one of the victims, Clayton dealer, the third interrupted, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez said together All of us. We must work harder to bring justice to these families who are crying as you here Right now. A $130,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrests. Brian Clark ABC News a mental health

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Moderna Finds Vaccine Safe and Effective in Kids 12 to 17

Jim Bohannon

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna Finds Vaccine Safe and Effective in Kids 12 to 17

"World with the Moderna Covert 19 vaccine found to be 100% effective in kids. 12 to 17 years old. One Wisconsin medical expert says This is an important part of the vaccination puzzle. Single person that gets vaccinated gets us closer to a new normal Medical College of Wisconsin president CEO Dr John Raymond says kids 12 to 15 are about 5% of the population. Kids, 12 and under are about 15% really an important group. Right now They're the individuals that are most likely to get infected with covert 19. Dr. Raymond says he's optimistic that both the Fizer and Moderna vaccines will be fully approved by the FDA. By July. MELISSA BAR CLAY

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3-Year-Old Accidentally Shoots 2-Year-Old

Jim Bohannon

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

3-Year-Old Accidentally Shoots 2-Year-Old

"Year old sister after finding a gun that had been hidden between sofa cushions by a family friend. Authorities say the girl was it exceptionally critical condition. Authorities say the gun was brought into the Lakeland, Florida home by one of three men who gathered Friday night to watch TV. And a shooting in downtown Minneapolis early today

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US, China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Crisis With Urgency

Jim Bohannon

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US, China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Crisis With Urgency

"The U. S. And China the world's two biggest carbon polluters have agreed to cooperate with other countries to curb climate change. The State Department says the agreement was reached during U. S climate envoy John Kerry's trip to Shanghai last

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