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"joe kernen" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on Squawk Pod

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"joe kernen" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"With more squawk pod. Up and Andrew, Q welcome back to S.W.A.T. box right here on CNBC, I'm Andrew Sorkin along with Joe kernen, Becky is off. It is just the boys this morning, but we've got a lot going on. Should we talk Facebook? Because this is well, that's the NASDAQ. That's a big relief. Facebook. We didn't need another Netflix or something like that. And that's the NASDAQ. Two 82. That's a big gain for the NASDAQ indicated. It's a big game. Well, tell everybody real quick what happens. Shares of Facebook meta platforms as Joe just mentioned soaring right now. That's on the back of this. Earnings of $2 and 72 cents last night per share. It was beat estimates of two 56 daily active users increased to 1.96 billion for 1.93 billion in February, but revenue growth of 7% marked the first quarter of Facebook's ten year history as a public company that growth hit single digits. So the company forecasted current quarter growth that is stagnant at best could flip to a decline from the same quarter last year on the earnings call CEO Mark Zuckerberg attributed the slowdown to a range of factors, including privacy changes at Apple, that's something he's been complaining about for a while. Now, softness and ecommerce and the popularity of short term videos, which he says are harder to monetize. Now, despite today's gain, Facebook is still down more than 35% for the year. The other thing that was fascinating was just how much money they're spending on the metaverse, Joe. Really? Yeah. Well, you need to if it's met a platform. I thought it was fascinating that they're going to not just show you. I'm not on Facebook, so I'm probably not the person to talk about Facebook experience. But you normally see a lot of stuff from the people you follow in your Friends as opposed to TikTok. TikTok prize to find things that they know you're going to want to see and Facebook is somehow going to try to transition to that, I guess, in an attempt to juice their engagement. I guess that's up 16%, Andrew, but it looks like most of the big cap tech stocks in terms of how it's performed this year, which is abysmally in so it was three 50 all the way down to under 200. Are you not, I know you're on Twitter, though. You don't block me, but I don't think you follow me, but no, no, I don't. But people send me I don't need to see all my people send me your stuff. Are you on insta? You're not on insta? And I'm not on Instagram, although I have an account that someone started. And so people apparently send stuff to it. I see. And I also care. Joe kernan might be on Instagram. I know it's Joe Kirk. Suggesting new stuff for you now. And that's a new thing. They do. But what I was going to say is, I don't know if you saw there was a tweet talking about Twitter last night, Tony Fidel, who helped build the iPhone at Apple then built nest. He said, in Q one alone, meta's metaverse reality labs operated at a loss of $2.96 billion. How much they're investing in this whole new universe. Last year reality labs lost over $10 billion, and he says the iPhone didn't even cost $3 billion to build, let alone 13 $1 billion, and then he says, effectively, a four letter word, the metaverse. You have some positive views about the future. Vis-à-vis the metaverse. I'm still waiting to sort of understand better. Maybe I've seen people with the goggle taking golf swings and knocking over flower pots and stuff. Here's what I, here's what would appeal to me, Andrew. Hook up those electrodes to my muscles that they stimulate them. So they grow up. And put me in a let me lay down and have a workout while I'm laying down, but I think I'm doing things. I'm with you. That would be good. Now that's worth investing in, Joe. That's worth investing. For those devices. They make them. Do they work? They don't work. No pain, no gain. No pain, no gain. We know that about almost everything. There's no free lunches in no pain no gain. And the endorphin buzz, I always thought of exercise as the opposite of drugs, drugs, you don't do anything. You take it and you feel good for a while, I guess. I'm told. And then you feel terrible opposite for exercise. You feel horrible for an hour, and then the endorphins come in. And then you feel great. That's a much better delayed gratitude. It's much better than doing the instant gratification with alcohol, right? Am I right about that? You don't know either.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Tom do you do one of those? Let me talk to Tom. You do one of those t-shirts or no? No, no, I would say we're more focused on comfort, comfort's kind of. These are not comfortable. This is not comfortable. But Tom, do you know what, I don't want to get into all this. The hair is important. So I take this stuff for pisha to keep the hair. It had some other things that happen, which hence the spanx. Hence this bank. I'm going to try to do push ups. I tried to do everything. But it's just one of those things I'm disclosing to everyone right now. You need maybe to get into this into this area. This uplifting area, this sort of sculpting area. Isn't this a possibility for being brought into this conversation? Hold on a second. No, I don't think so. No, they just put me up on screen. It's like me out of here. Comfort's gone. No, but is underwear does a different holding? Oh my God. You know what? He does ads about it. That's right. That's the it's part of the proposition of the whole thing. There's gravity at work there too. Andrew, you're right. We've been talking about Lululemon ABC pants for a long time. Yes. Come on. Yes. Yes. Yes, you're right. You are right. Let me sit up. Tom is just holding his he's just looking at the camera. I'm the one who has the most comfortable undergarments. And that is squawk pod for today. Squawk box is hosted by Joe kernen, Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Tune in weekday mornings on CNBC at 6 eastern. To get the smartest takes and analysis from our TV show right into your ears, follow squawk pod, wherever you get your podcasts. Tell a friend to follow to. And thank you for listening. We will meet you back here tomorrow. We are clear thanks, guys. Get in early. Join the CNBC investing club with Jim Cramer be among the first, get tips straight from Kramer. The only club with exclusive trading leads for early access symmetry email at CNBC dot com slash investing club..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I hate to say this way, but I'm going to say something that might seem a little extreme. But you know, low interest rates is like the drug of choice for Wall Street, right. It's it's the cocaine or whatever you want to call it, and you know we can joke about that. But I'm serious about that. But it is an addictive drug to Wall Streeters and to the price of stocks, which you know large. It can be not only but you know, attributed to this low interest rate environment. At one time we had the Fed actually raising rates a couple of years ago for those that might remember, you know, the market reacted very poorly. Right now. There are times in the markets will do just fine when rates are rising, but to answer the question here. I think this addiction to lower rates is at an all time high. The hint of raising rates obviously rattles the market sometimes now doesn't mean it's going to crash or it's going to have a major correction, but The market is really definitely hooked on the low interest rate environment and the Fed looking at that. Recognizes that but must balance that with any perceived inflation out there. And if there is going to be some massive 70 style hyperinflation, right, they've got to use their tools, one of which would be to raise interest rates to try to quell that, so it is. It's a delicate balance. So You know, the market didn't like it so much. It didn't go down that that much on a relative basis. But what I would say is Markets, looking at the verb e edge and the rhetoric of the Fed and looking ahead and yes, they do see some rate rises ahead and and they don't necessarily love that, although it's not Catastrophic yet today. Well, it was crazy to watch on Wednesday afternoon because the meeting minutes came out and they said, Well, we didn't make any changes, but we're looking at a couple of bumps by the end of 2023. And that shot things down and number one I was. I'm always surprised when the Fed gives guidance beyond you know, next Tuesday, they don't even usually tell you where they're going for lunch tomorrow, let alone what they anticipate happening in 2022 or 2023. And then after that started a freefall, Fed chairman Powell came out and kind of blocked it back and said, Listen, I didn't say we were going to raise rates right away. And the market started to come up again. What must it be like to have the power to move things that quickly? It's incredible. I mean, they're the market is listening to every word. And you know this Fed regime in the last few Have promised to try to be a bit more open and transparent, and it's the kind of gentler fed, you know. So yes, fed Chairman Powell, You know he speaks a little bit more openly than previous Fed chair people and and it makes an impact an immediate at that, like you said, it's real time. It's almost like a real time. You know, movie that you're watching. It's incredible. We've come along way since the days when we used to have to try to figure out what the Fed was going to do by the angle at which Greenspan was holding his briefcase as he walked to the meeting. That's right. That's right. That was fun, too. Right? Right. Oh, yeah, Joe Kernen and the guys had a lot of fun with it and CNBC. We're going to come back and discuss the economy with Dean's Ian Deans, A that CEO of Brookstone Capital Management. We'll talk about market panic and oil prices and all kinds of good stuff..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"All way. Go on this Friday because in a football Friday your game this weekend. It's always a football Friday car up until two weeks from now, then it can't be a football fight. We got one game left. Then it becomes a football, right? Very black traction. Still, that girl Friday sort of get out. Here marking we'll. We'll talk football today because that the Shawn Watson news and going away anytime soon. That's for sure. We're going to get an early look at the Super Bowl spread the total. Maybe some props with the early money is doing out in Las Vegas with our man Todd firm in about an hour and 10 minutes from now we'll talk NFL. With a soon to be Hall of Famer in the next couple years anyway, Thank you retired three years ago, Joe Thomas will go in on the first ballot in the former Badger and the Great Cleveland Brown will join us. He does some NFL network. Stuff. Now he will join us coming up at 11. So we'll talk playing football. There's baseball news today as we were discussing during cross talk. Jack Peterson lands on the North side is coming to Chicago. I always thought of human Whiteside didn't expect him to come to the North side. I believe that Jock Peter said. Maybe you'd kill the deal. Car. He wanted the number the white sex. I didn't kill the deal. Yes, well, lame excuse that is I'm still trying to figure out what the Cubs expectations rather share. What did they say setting up here? You know, you've gotten rid of some people you've traded I don't know if Contreras and Chris Brian are gonna be Chicago Cubs by the time they start kicking off action here at the end of March. It covers some mixed signals out there. I don't know what direction they're going. I think they're trying to rebuild. I think they're trying to get younger. I think this season's gonna be absolute garbage for the Chicago Cubs. But I don't have quite the direction that they plan on going mediocrity. Think is where they're gonna be. I think they're gonna be mediocre, wonderfully meeting, but mediocrity might win a division this year. It might all you need to ST Louis to struggle. And if ST Louis struggles, then all of a sudden everything is up for grabs. It could be right. So it'll be a very interesting year for the Chicago Cubs. No expectations and maybe that's the way to go into the season South side. All the expectations in the world makes me nervous. All the expectations in the world If you extrapolated the numbers last year for the team that played the truncated season, they have been in the low nineties in the mid nineties with the amount of victories they were gonna have, and that's after they crapped the bed at the end of the year, and they did crapped the bed at the end of the year. They did. The last 10 days were not good right here last night, Good days for the Chicago White Sox, but still With everything that's happened, You've got to feel good. I think people actually sneak into the ballpark to watch. Yeah, my last week in the ball pit, I start to get nervous when the expectations are raised. You know, there has been this kind of buzz for a White Sox team in a long time. I mean, fourth choice to win the World Series. The White Sox fourth choice one. That is great a lot of pressure that my kids were White Sox fans, so I will find joy and the happiness of my Children when they watched the white side. That's what I'm gonna find that I'll be able to go. From afar be able to adjudicate and judge and offered thoughts and opinions. What the Chicago White Sox will be without this stain off bias, understand advice. So that's what I'll be here for all summer for you. White Sox fans, You're welcome. You're welcome. I gotta tell you, I was Fascinated by the day's events yesterday, I couldn't take my eyes off the finance Channel. You know which I Robin Hood had, like watching my guy Joe Kernen on CNBC. I was I couldn't take my eyes. David Faber, the brain the in favor of the brain, David, the rain favor. I couldn't take my eyes off it. And I don't understand anything. Anything of what's going on. Really? I you might as well be Don't by now. You might as well be speaking French. No, I mean that way. You figure it out. You need it for you. Primer friend is go back and watch and Ron the smartest guys in the room. I watched that Okay, rewatch it the big short, the big short. I've watched. That's kind of wolf, The wolf of Wall Street, the big shorts, Congress, your primer and then this is just an updated version. This is an updated always saw the pink sheets. Is that what we're doing? Yeah, it would seem that Zach's not too far off base. That was absolutely fantastic. You know, they start talking about shorts and puts in margin go. Hey, you go back to trading places. If you want to go back to where it all started. You want a great You want a great like movie That's hilarious, but actually gives you an inside look about stock market manipulation and shortly right in shorting and what they're trying to corner the market under the mark. It's great. It's great movie, and it's wonderfully funny. 1981. I believe every take and ladies and you know, they think it only took 20 years to finally get along place. Two. Fix to stop that kind of? Yes, No, but a lot of fighting back on. They start going a lot of times and I'm like my head spins. You know, I'm like, Wait a minute. What are they talking about? And who did what and much delay its language of financing trading. And you know, he never like There's a letter. There's a dentist. I was just say like that. There's a dentist Miller bit. That's funny where you know you don't You don't want to seem like you're the guy that doesn't understand it, You know, But how much do we really understand? He always he does this bit where he talks about. You know, you're at a party and people start talking about the deficit. You go out the deficit. Yeah, it's terribly goes. I don't even know what that is. He's like Do we actually owe somebody that money? Is that like, I don't know. I just sort of play along like, yeah, the deficit. But like people start talking about this, and You get this Big Tex chain going on all your buddies and I'm like, Yeah, This is crazy. What happened? I'm like, I don't even understand it, but it's wild First thing. What's happened in investor is an individual typing Obama Long term investor. Hold my stacks for more than a year after a year, I think about either, you know, re redoing my positions, depending upon percentage off that stock in my portfolio, So you want to rebalance your stuff, so you're not over committed to one thing or the other? That's the type of investor Iaw Long term long term investor, So you don't do the show. I'm not in and out, okay? When I buy my stock, there's actual money going into by that individual stock goes into the account. We hope that stock ends up going higher. If the stock goes low, we buy more simple. A simple price averaging..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Worked in I T of Eli Lilly until 1984 when his father passed away, And yet he took over the family business, Slippery noodle in Over the next 30 years. Yet he expanded the old brick lunch counter and barred to India's leading blues club for your one of nine Children. You learn not to waste the thing. Should be the same for state government. Joe Kernen may have been Indiana's most will left and governor to South Bend native was shot down in Vietnam and enduring 11 months as a prisoner of war 14 years after his release, he became mayor of his hometown. Then lieutenant governor, He surprised Indiana Democrats by announcing he wouldn't run to replace Governor Frank O'Bannon, but with O'Bannon died of a stroke in 2003. Good and became governor and ran for a full term. After all, Come on, snow it I'll give you a dollar, You know growth getaways, daring to taste it if you so much as put your finger in there. Oh, in the theater community lost two men who shaped the city's theater scene for three decades, Covert. 19 took the life of Brian Fonseca, who founded the Phoenix Theater and made it a showcase for cutting edge plays for 35 years. When he left the Phoenix and 2018, he started the fire to seek a theater company. In the city's west side. We wanted to make art accessible to all communities, and we knew by research that was there were no arts groups here in Harville neighborhood, Like years after fancy could began. The Phoenix run Spencer started theater of the square ran it for 26 years and more than 250 productions coming up If you want to do that, I think you should go toe socialist foreign country, not the United States of America. They just didn't want to be forced your life. Ning. To hindsight, 2020. This'd year has been infected by Corona virus and rough. So here's something fun. We're breaking out the holiday classics. Whoville liked Christmas. A lot of a news. A screwed to grant you lived just north of Whoville did not every time a bearings and Angel gets their way. Christmas programming Mike A hard on this is just the season 9 A.m. Christmas.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I was kind of floored when they did that, because the Fed doesn't usually give guidance past the next three or four months. Can you explain what that might mean to our average listener and how it may affect their portfolio? You know, the Fed has a couple of different mandates, You know, one of which is inflation related, and then another is unemployment. But the short version is when they keep interest rates low. They're providing liquidity to the markets their base and that's one. Uh, effect. Another, of course, is To really deter investors from parking money in the bank. That's going to pay you nothing and encourage you to invest in other things, like stocks and other types of bonds, for example. S so that that Z the basic mandate of the said a Z try to track inflation. They use interest rates to be able to adjust up and down based on their inflation expectations. So inflation's been 2% or so give or take or lower for a long, long time, so they're not worried about inflation number one If they were to. They want to be raising rates at some point inflation has really been in check based on the way that the head of the government defines inflation number two. They've used a ton of bullets between monetary and fiscal policy in DC, to try to come back the effects of this pandemic and the unemployment, So another bullet in their quiver, of course, is to just keep interest rates low. Almost to grease the economy to provide this liquidity right. So it is part of this ongoing strategy to not try to slow the growth of the economy. That's the interest rate possibly have so that you could look at that a little negatively. See, while I mean that really means of things, they're really, really kind of bad, Brian. So bad they're going to keep rates lower. That's kind of true, actually, right? That's been the case rates have been low for a very long time. And it's just this tool. They used to try to keep the economy moving and growing and not contracting, frankly, and it's always butting up against this idea of inflation, but it's unbelievable. We just have not had inflation rear its ugly head. Despite all the money printing that's going on in D. C. So that's the inflation that's part of its interest rate policy. It's going to stay low. How it benefits. People in the real estate side, of course, is that mortgage rates and refinance rates are very, very low. But bank rates and CD rates and savings accounts are very, very low is well, right, so it's kind of a double edged sword. But the Fed is doing what they think is best to kind of try to get us to continue to grow out of this most recent crisis. You think that very departure from normal policy and the fact that they did provide that type of guidance for a couple of years? Indicates that things are worse than they were before. Is that reading too much into it? Well, it's a little bit a little bit of bad. You know, the Fed is trying to be more open and transparent. So this is part of this new way that the Fed communicates and projects out more of what they're going to do, Which they at some point the past, you know, they were very vague and Nobody really knew what they were thinking. So now that's part of this new type of fed where they do want to be a little bit more transparent. But I do read into this. Yes, they realized that any Increase in interest rates, even if it was small could be just enough to really, really hurt the economy, right. That's important to know. When they did raise rates A couple of years ago, the market responded very poorly immediately. Right, so the Fed knows that they have now just said, Hey, the gloves are off. We're going to tell the world It's a low interest rate policy for at least a couple of years, and that does give some confidence in some ease in the broader markets. Transparency is a good thing you remember back when Greenspan was the Fed chairman and on CNBC in the morning, David Faber and Joe Kernen would watch film of him walking to the meetings on Wednesdays, and they try to indicate what the policy was going to be by the angle at which he held his briefcase. That's how much information they released back then. Hi, doll. You're right. It was funny. And it became, you know of writing joke, right? This phrase fed speak, you know was was invented because the way Greenspan and some that came after and spoke was just It's very opaque way that you didn't have to decipher every word, you know, And every every face looks Russian at the time, right? What they really saying here and the market would react to that right? So there is a more transparent regime with the Fed today, that is all true, and I think that's a good thing. Mean as we wrap up here, give us if you will your outlook for 2021 from an investment management standpoint, you know, we've gotten through the election or we will shortly have a certified winner and everybody seems to still be breathing. And is it Is it going to be a good year? I had I foresee elements of volatilities in the next 12 months. You know, we did have some years in a row a couple years back where the volatility was super low. And just, you know, the market is went on without any real ups and downs. I do see you know this environment in the next year or two to have these times where there's going to be the spikes in volatility. Despite all that, I think it will be. Ah, moderately good here. You've got to make sure. Most importantly, you know, if you can get through some of these volatile these spikes that I think will happen. And that could rattle some people is you've got to make sure that you have the right portfolio for you, the end client, the investor but listening to the show here that matches your overall financial prop profile. The best If you've matched up your overall financial profile and goals and.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"But the short version is when they keep interest rates low. They're providing liquidity to the markets their base, and that's one effect another of courses. To really deter investors from parking money in the bank. That's going to pay you nothing and encourage you to invest in other things, like stocks and other types of bonds, for example, so that that's that's the basic mandate of the Fed. Aziz try to track inflation. They use interest rates to be ableto adjust up and down based on their inflation expectations. So inflation's been 2% or so give or take or lower for a long, long time, so they're not worried about inflation number one If they were to. They want to be raising rates at some point. Inflation has really been in check based on the way that the Fed and the government defines inflation number two. They've used a ton of bullets between monetary and fiscal policy in DC, to try to come back the effects of this pandemic in the unemployment, so another bulletin there quiver, of course, is to just keep interest rates low. Almost to grease the economy to provide liquidity right. So it is part of this ongoing strategy to not try to slow the growth of the economy. That's the interest rate posited. They have so that you could look at that a little negatively. Wow, that really needs of things. They're really, really kind of bad, Brian so bad They're going to keep rates low. That's kind of true, actually, right? That's been the case rates have been low for a very long time, and it's just This tool. They used to try to keep the economy moving and growing and not contracting, frankly, and it's always butting up against this idea of inflation, but it's unbelievable. We just have not had inflation rear its ugly head. Despite all the money printing that's going on in D. C so that the inflation that's part of its interest rate policy. It's going to stay low. How it benefits. People in the real estate side, of course, is that mortgage rates and refinance rates are very, very low. But bank rates and CD rates and savings accounts are very, very low as well. Right, So it's kind of a double edged sword. But the Fed is doing what they think is best to kind of try to get us to continue to grow out of this most recent crisis. You think that the departure from normal policy and the fact that they did provide that type of guidance for a couple of years? Indicates that things are worse than they were before. Is that reading too much into it? Well, it's a little bit a little bit of that. You know, the Fed is trying to be more open and transparent. So this is part of this new way that effect communicates and project out more of what they're going to do. Which state At some point past, you know, they were very vague. Nobody really knew what they were thinking. So now that's part of this new type of fed where they do want to be a little bit more transparent. But I do read into this that yes, they realize that any Uh, increase in interest rates, even if it was small could be just enough to really, really hurt the economy, right? That's important to know. And when they did raise rates a couple of years ago, the market responded very poorly immediately. Right, So the Fed knows that they have now just said, Hey, the gloves are off. We're going to tell the world It's a low interest rate policy for at least a couple of years, and that does give him confidence in some ease in the broader markets. Transparency is a good thing you remember back when Greenspan was the Fed chairman and on CNBC in the morning, David Faber and Joe Kernen would watch film of him walking to the meetings on Wednesdays, and they try to indicate what the policy was going to be by the angle at which he held his briefcase. That's how much information they released back then. Yeah. No, You're right. It was funny. And it became, you know, Ah, Running joke, right? This phrase Fedspeak Lino was invented because the way the Greenspan and something came out and spoke was very opaque. A way that you didn't have to decipher every word you know, and every every facial expression at the time, right? What they really saying here and the market would react to that right? There is a more transparent regime with the Fed today. That is all true, and I think that's a good thing. Mean as we wrap up here, give us if you will your outlook for 2021 from an investment management standpoint, you know, we've gotten through the election or we will shortly have a certified winner and everybody seems to still be breathing. And is it Is it going to be a good year ahead? I foresee the elements of volatility in the next 12 months. You know, we did have some years in a row couple years back where the volatility was super low. And just, you know, the market just went on without any really ups and downs. I do see you know this environment in the next year or two to have these these times where there's going to be these spikes and volatility. Despite all that, I think it would be. Ah, moderately good here. You've got to make sure. Most importantly, you know if you can get through some of these volatility, spike that I think will happen. And that could rattle some people is you've got to make sure that you have the right portfolio for you. The end client the investor list into the show here that matches your overall financial prop profile, the best If you've matched up your overall financial profile and.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The go s may turn to the virtual classroom. Mostly cloudy overnight, maybe a stray storm. Cooler Thursday with a few isolated showers and storms. I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending this. Our GPS may start to fall semester online, Rob conduct reports I PS delay the start of the school year to August 5th, but, well, students be in the classroom administrators with Indianapolis public schools are recommending all students start the school year, online Superintendent Alicia Johnson said in a tweet Wednesday. This was an incredibly difficult recommendation to make given what I know is at stake for our students. School commissioners will vote on the recommendation Thursday, which could delay in person learning until October. ROB CONTACT Network Indiana, the existing phase of Corona virus restrictions on bars and large groups has been extended again this time to August 27th. Eric Berman. With that story, Kentucky announced this week It's closing bars again to stop a resurgence of Corona virus. Indiana bars have been captive half capacity since they reopened six weeks ago. Holcomb says local governments condition their own orders if they see you need Erik Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile need former Governor Joe Kernen filled the second term of Frank O'Bannon, who died in office. Or his own replacement. As lieutenant governor. He chose the first woman ever to hold that office in Indiana, Cathy Davis touched Worked better because he was so clear headed and so confident. Joe Kernen died Wednesday at the age of 74. On the level on the go on Twitter at 93. W I, b. C and W II be si.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We should start not with bar but with Jim Jordan. The ranking member. Because there are unlimited number of people. Democrats who will tell you all the protester peaceful. What do you talking about? What do you talk mostly peaceful right And then their people getting abusive. We didn't say there were peaceful protests. We said they were mostly peaceful protests. Sure, whatever you say They are violent riots going on across America and mayors because of their policies because of their ideology, don't do anything. By the way. We should note that its ideology in Indianapolis that causes the problems ideology in Chicago that causes the problems ideology in Portland. And in Seattle, and in other places it is it is what it is. Don't deny the reality in front of your face. Jim Jordan engages with the attorney general on this question. Peaceful our peaceful protests violent Mr Attorney General no to peaceful protest destroyed businesses. No. The peaceful protest. Inger officers know too peaceful protests. Attack civilians know do peaceful protests burned down buildings. No. I was, You know that video we played. It's hard to watch is really hard to want to see that happening in our great country. But there was what won the started. That was almost laughable. Where you have the reporter, saying as a building is burning behind him, it's not generally speaking an unruly protests. It's mostly just a protest. I mean, it's almost laughable when you have that reporters, saying I guess. I guess he's saying it's not a fire just a burning building. I guess he's saying it's peaceful burning building and no such thing. And this is true. This is what reporters have been doing, and it's been Just Absolutely stunning to witness absolutely stunning, Tio witness. Now to that point This was a question from representative Raskin, Democrat from Maryland. About this idea? Well, you know, President Trump would have that. Photo op o in front of the church and walking to the turkey had to clear people out of the way. How do you and you know the church wasn't happy about that? Listen. When the effect of the ST John's Episcopal Church would have been over Sunday, Sunday night at the Lin. Are you aware that director of the church that Escobar to Bishop of Washington and the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church nationally along with the Catholic bishop of the Arched Isis of Washington all denounced this police assault on the civil rights and civil liberties of the people? Did they do that? Before or after the fire was put that away? That is such a brilliant answer. They think that this is an assault on people's civil liberties was that before or after the fire was put out because the church was set on fire because the whole area was vandalized. So what are they referring to? Look, if you ask me, do I like the photo op in front of the church? Something I liked it. I don't like and I just found that wholly unnecessary to have any problem with moving these violent people out of the way. Of course not. Of course not. Do. I want to note that churches were set on fire, And there's an entire not only media operatic but political apparatus that will say nothing about it. Yes, I do, because it's the same conversation is the drug problem. Its ideological Your approach won't solve anything. Now we can discuss how to solve the thing. But we have to agree that the thing needs to be solved. The Democratic Party doesn't believe that the violence needs to be solved. Bill deBlasio is fine with people shooting up in the streets, and so was Joe Hug said. If they weren't They wouldn't be. You get my point Chicks on the right on the 93 W IBC Moesha have to close some sad news. Joe Kernen, former governor of State of Indiana, has died. For him. You remember him? Because he was the governor? Yeah, hold your name and 70. He was only 74. I believe he had dementia. Alzheimer's time really? Is that it's so sad. And of course he was governor. After O'Bannon died Frankel Bennett. He was lieutenant governor under O'Bannon. Ah, died of a heart attack. And then current was governor from like, 03 toe for a lost image. Daniels when Mitch Daniels first ran, remember sad, and it's also Really Young, 74 is really young..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"God bless him. He was such a really different part of different political philosophy is such a really nice guy. And actually a really funny joke. Kernan story If you don't mind S 01 of my first jobs and radio was as the producer for the Indianapolis Indians radio broadcasts. I don't know if they're going to be the Indians for very much longer. That's right. Yeah, we'll get into that space, but so you sit in a studio back it It was another radio station. But you said the radio station while the guys the ballpark announced in the game, and you know they're doing the Hey coming up next inning. We're gonna have the lieutenant governor for the state of Indiana on the on the broadcast so you can hear in the they call it in the queue in between innings. So the announcer going talk to the guy in the studio, etcetera. So the governor Kern and shows up and this is no joke. The broadcaster for the Indians is, you know. Hey, it's great to have your he looks at him and goes Now I'll ask that you let me finish calling the play before you make your point. God, this is the Indianapolis Indians broadcast on AM radio. The governor of the state of my guys is in your booth. And you're concerned with whether some trip the calling the play of some triple A guy who will be on another team next year. My I laugh so hard every time I hear that he was so nice about it. Okay? Yeah, I'll do that. Thanks that that is funny. Alas, that you let me finish calling the play. Make your point. My guy. So Joe Kernen gone at the age of 74 without the speed rack is over..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Too. He was Governor Frank O'Bannon's lieutenant governor and stepped into the role of chief executive after abandons unexpected death. So there was Joe Kernen seeking his own elected term in this debate in 2004. I appreciate the extraordinary opportunity that I've had over the course of the last 13 months to serve as governor of this great state, I want to continue Turn and lost that election to Mitch Daniels in 2000 for not Justin Opponent, Daniel says Kernan was also an ally and adviser at different times and always a friend, Joe Kernen, died today at the age of 74. A rising infection rate convinces Governor Eric Holcomb that he should keep existing Cronus virus restrictions in place for local governments. Of course on we support. Could be more stringent if they find themselves in a situation where they want. Impose more stringent guidelines than the state is another 630 Hoosiers with the virus not counting Mondays, which are normally lower because of slower reporting on Sundays. It's the fewest since June 12th but there were also fewer test reported the rate of positives was 8.4%. High school sports are on is planned for the fall season. Kurt Darling reports administrators with the Met Wednesday morning to discuss it and have decided that all fall sports at Indiana's high schools will go on as scheduled. No delays and no cancellations with that girl's golf practice starts this Friday as planned. All other sports can start practicing Monday, August 3rd. Molly Ball matches will start August 15th in football on the 21st the suspended all winter sports back in early March and cancelled the spring sports season soon after, when the Corona virus pandemic first hit the state. Kirk Darling. 93 w Y B C Mobile news minute away from traffic and weather is get Grill ready with WalMart Find all your faves like Oscar Mayer hotdogs, Kraft Singles and Heinz.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"OK, Go ahead. Count it coming away. Go! They're gonna break it down. Everybody. I was thinking about prescription drugs. Then I went to the zone. She wasn't diving with us rather than that. I got right up, Ellen, your vibe, like transported to the vibe right at all in there thinking about the whole prescription drug thing. I saw that over the weekend about him like, Hey, I'm gonna make it. Executive order just make drug prices loves going to ask you like how that works. I don't know how That works other than the fact that the president signs a piece of paper and he's like, Hey, let's make drug prices low. I don't Is everything that had happened. Don't think that that can just happen like that. I don't think that he can just do that willy nilly think that's found any of those words. So? So that was a problem. Just having works in the pharmaceutical industry and working at three different pharmaceutical companies. You can't just be like, Oh, snap my fingers and just make drug prices go down. I was very curious about. Yeah, I just feel like that is a lack of You don't really know how how prices get to where they are. You can't just snap your fingers and out And so that that was executive order. I see. I see. I mean, listen, It's kind of like me saying I just want to go out and just signed an order toe have $2 million. Just get the hell out of here. You know, it's like is that I'm just signing a piece of paper that says that's the way I just wanted to be that way. I want that. I want really large boobs now just and just a really fantastic body. And I don't ever want wrinkles on the sign in order to make that I mean, I would like a lot of things, but you can't just sign it into being Because there's like there's a process there, and there is a process and there's AH, There's a mechanism. There's all sorts of things that go into play here. So I I was a little put off by that over the weekend. Um yeah, I can see why some pharmaceutical companies, they're like theirs. A lot that goes into the prices of drugs, and it's not just us saying, Hey, look at us. We're greedy. It's not. That's not what it's all about, You know, and this is very Were you fired up? I'm not really fired at. I'm not actually I'm quite calm about it. I just I feel like this was a little short sighted. The worst thing you could do for your immune system is to coddle it wrong. So I was I just feel like that was Ah, it was just a it was a short sighted executive order. I have to close with some sad news. Joe Kernen, former governor of state of Indiana, has died. I remember him. You remember him? Because he was the governor? Yeah. Oh, every board game and 70. He was only 74. I believe he had dementia, Alzheimer's time. Liza. That's sad. And of course, he was governor. After O'Bannon died Frankel Bennett. He was lieutenant governor under O'Bannon died of a heart attack and then current was governor from like, 03 toe for he lost to Mitch Daniels when Mitch Daniels first ran said, And it's also really young, 74. Or the young God bless him. He was such a really different part of different political philosophies. Such a really nice guy, and actually a really funny joke. Kernan story If you don't mind S 01 of my first jobs in radio was as the producer for the Indianapolis Indians radio broadcasts. I don't know if they're going to be the Indians for very much longer. That's right. Yeah, we'll get into that space, but ah, so you sit in a studio back it It was another radio station. But you said the radio station while the guys at the ballpark announced in the game, and you know they're doing the Hey coming up next inning. We're gonna have the lieutenant governor for the state of Indiana on the on the broadcast. So you can hear in the call it in the queue in between innings. So the announcer going talk to the guy in the studio, etcetera. So the governor Kern and shows up and this is no joke. The broadcaster for the Indians is, you know. Hey, it's great to have you, er he looks at him and goes now I'll ask that you let me finish calling the play before you make your point. God, this is the Indianapolis Indians broadcast on AM radio, the governor of the state. Oh, my God is in your booth. And you're concerned with whether some trip the calling the play of some triple A guy who will be on another team next year. My God, I laugh so hard every time I hear that he was so nice about it. Okay? Yeah, I'll do that. Thanks that that is funny. Alas, that you let me finish calling the play like you make your point. My guy. So Joe Kernen, gone at the age of 74 without the sweet ride is over. As you know, I'm having a bunch of issues worked on by the good folks at fast track because my crawl space is kind of a disaster, and I just can't say enough about how great their team is. They recently fixed a leaky toilet for me Next. I've got him fixing some pipes and some dryer vent problems and some electrical panel issues. This is what happens when you have an ancient house that had sucky previous owners. I would never trust anyone but fast track to get the stuff sorted out. That's totally how I feel to.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eastern our new time five PM Pacific specific specific Pacific our new time life liberty and live in a one on one love in and Dershowitz for a full hour never happened before not for a heck of three minutes with thirteen get now a full discussion about the constitution impeachment subpoenas and by the way the allegations against him we'll spend time on that too I think you're gonna be blown away by the interview I really does so whatever you're doing please market down tell your friends and family yeah I wanna watch on CNN and MSNBC see nobody cares nobody cares and again I want to have an open invitation all those were running for president I'd states Democrats you're welcome to come on the program Nancy Pelosi you're welcome Adam Schiff you're welcome Nadler you're welcome hello Sir Schumer you're welcome just this wall well I only one around me you know the guys gashes I don't want him **** up my studio Mister producer my chairs and everything Jim Cramer is a financial analyst on CNBC when this report came out the numbers on on employment it's not even unemployment employment job creation seven million new jobs created under Donald Trump insult less than three years less than three years the best economy when it comes to jobs American jobs in over half a century how do you dismiss this how do you play this down and yet that's what they're doing instead it's constant impeachment impeachment abuse of you this is third intention this is what the left does where all the economic analysts climate change we're gonna talk about climate change I am challenging Chuck Todd to come on my show let's have a discussion about climate change Nancy Pelosi they only know climate change is they don't know how to describe it I'm more than happy to discuss I've written two books for I dress climate change but I actually read the reports and listen to the experts not just a prop again all right Jim Cramer of CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen who the hell's Joe Kernen Mister but I don't even know who is Joe current of course is a colleague but I mean do we know anything about Joe Kernen I don't just another not so pretty face anyway either way on CNN he can't even say just another pretty face they all look NO awful may I say awful said a word I'm allowed the awful Jim Cramer cut twelve go a list of what cable companies cable CNN MSN where they cover the number sixteen sixteen is positive economic.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And Dershowitz for a full hour never happened before not for a heck of three minutes with thirteen get now a full discussion about the constitution impeachment subpoenas and by the way the allegations against him we'll spend time on that too I think you're gonna be blown away by the interview I really do so whatever you're doing please market down tell your friends and family yeah I wanna watch on CNN and MSNBC see nobody cares nobody cares but again I want to have an open invitation all those who are running for president I'd states Democrats you're welcome to come on the program Nancy Pelosi you're welcome Adam Schiff you're welcome Nadler you're welcome hello Sir show more you're welcome yes this wall well I only one around me you know the guys gashes I don't want him **** up my studio Mister producer my chairs and everything Jim Cramer is a financial analyst on CNBC when this report came out the numbers on on employment it's not even on a planets employment job creation seven million new jobs created under Donald Trump insults less than three years less than three years the best economy when it comes to jobs American jobs in over half a century how do you dismiss this how do you play this down and yet that's what they're doing instead it's constant impeachment impeachment abuse of you this is third intention this is what the left does where all the economic analysts climate change we're gonna talk about climate change I am challenging Chuck Todd to come on my show let's have a discussion about climate change Nancy Pelosi they only know climate changes they don't know how to describe it I'm more than happy to discuss I've written two books where I dread climate change but I actually read the reports and listen to the experts not just a prop again all right Jim Cramer of CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen who the hell's Joe Kernen Mister but I don't even know who is Joe current of course is a colleague but I mean do we know anything about Joe Kernen I don't just another not so pretty face anyway either way on CNN he can't even say just another pretty face they all look NO awful may I say awful said a word I'm allowed the awful Jim Cramer cut twelve go the list of what cable companies.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Our new time five PM Pacific specific specific Pacific our new time life liberty in love in one on one love in and Dershowitz for a full hour never happened before not for a heck of three minutes with thirteen get now a full discussion about the constitution impeachment subpoenas and by the way the allegations against him we'll spend time on that too I think you're gonna be blown away by the interview I really does so whatever you're doing please market down tell your friends and family yeah I wanna watch on CNN and MSNBC see nobody cares nobody cares and again I want to have an open invitation all those were running for president I'd states Democrats you're welcome to come on the program Nancy Pelosi you're welcome Adam Schiff you're welcome Nadler you're welcome hello Sir show me you're welcome yes this wall well I only one around me you know the guys gashes I don't want him **** up my studio Mr bidders for my chairs and everything Jim Cramer is a financial analyst on CNBC when this report came out the numbers on on employment it's not even a plan at some point job creation seven million new jobs created under Donald Trump insult less than three years less than three years the best economy when it comes to jobs American jobs in over half a century how do you dismiss this how do you play this down and yet that's what they're doing instead it's constant impeachment impeachment abuse of you this is third intention this is what the left does well the economic analysts climate change we're gonna talk about climate change I am challenging Chuck Todd to come on my show let's have a discussion about climate change Nancy Pelosi they only know climate change is they don't know how to describe it I'm more than happy to discuss I've written two books for I dress climate change but I actually read the reports and listen to the experts not just a prop again all right Jim Cramer of CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen who the hell's Joe Kernen Mister but I don't even know who is Joe current of course is a colleague but I mean do we know anything about Joe Kernen I don't just another not so pretty face anyway either way on CNN he can't even say just another pretty face they all look NO may I say awful said a word I'm allowed the awful Jim Cramer cut twelve go a list of what cable companies cable C. N. N. M. as it were they cover the number six sixteen is you know.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:24 min | 3 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"To see if the news media coverage is fair of our president flipped a coin to see if it would work the other side let's say Eric trump was getting paid eighty thousand dollars a month according to The New York Times there become an oil and gas consultant to Ukraine oligarch and let's say the president like Joe Biden said to prosecutor you drop the case against my son otherwise you're not gonna get one billion dollars in American foreign aid one billion and the media set us no big deal are you kidding me flipped the script what if you lied under oath in court and what if you lied under oath in front of the Congress like James call me I am our many other of the alkali it's the F. B. I. did what would happen to you if if you were done with enter Makeba done with sand and are you as a federal under investigation former law enforcement official or read about law enforcement matters when you're under possible criminal indictment I don't think so the Democrats engaging. herbal behavior and when caught they quickly accuse the other side of doing what they did and then blame Tropper blame the Republicans and Democrats running for the presidency what the hell a reparations what does that mean my source for opposing it is Barack Hussein Obama who said many times reparations makes no sense that's Obama saying that imagine living in a society in which the wrong sins and crimes committed by your ancestors must be paid by you. imagine going back in time and finding that my producer Danny Gleison seven generations ago had somebody a relative of his make a mistake and commit a crime then the law coming to Danny glistens and you know what in eighteen twenty one of your ancestors we think committed a crime and you got to pay the price for what the hell is that makes no sense but it's being sold because it can't be resolved and it keeps the races apart at each other's throats the Democrats calls chaos then blame tribe for its creation it's absurd. it's impossible for this government to operate the way it does which is not necessarily a bad thing less government is good government now we do have some intractable difficulties that they ought to come together to solve but they're not going to do that Nancy Pelosi said this afternoon that she handed out of impeachment I say go get it when we signed the petition let me assist every time you go after this present he becomes more popular because working class Americans know that the Democrats are not working to solve community wide problems and all the rafters political gain that's all there after they don't care they hate drop more than they love America and the media done covered because they're part of the Democratic Party they are the opposition if we had a fair and equal media troubled won the last election by even wider margins that he did and at this point covering the economy and covering foreign relations in covering the fall of the leaders on the southern border and the fact that he represents American values and wants Americans to work he would get maybe sixty percent approval rating. but the bulk of American people like myself in you you and I work what we do well imagine a truck driver and Hoover driver a restaurant owner a bar back a pharmaceutical salesman doctors and lawyers and nurses all put out of business because of the green new deal there was a billionaire on with Joe Kernen of CNBC I watch in the morning squawk box I love that guy and this billionaire said when it becomes clear that Elizabeth Warren might win. there will be trillions of dollars taken off the household income and and value of every American household go stocks are going to plummet imagine of what the Democrats say that the media will not cover actually a curse imagine that open borders how is that good for working class Americans one democratic nominee said we may have to ask Americans to give up their cars and trucks it's good news. imagine that it what happens you a W. workers if there's no cars being made and if it's all electrical that's a lease is seventy percent reduction and you're not as and you're you're not other workers including teamsters and drunk drivers what is how does not does a late the American economy it's unbelievable every year for the past ten years America CO two emissions have gone down for one main reason fracking and natural gas taking the place of coal that's the reason so one of the Democrats want to do get rid of fracking get rid of coal get rid of oil get rid of chevron get rid of shell get rid of doctors and nurses and hospital get rid of it all football under the government umbrella they do such a great job with veterans and with the DMV let's give them more responsibilities are you kidding me what if the media could actually cover these proposals and walk through them with Biden and Sanders likely to be the nominee one of those two or Elizabeth Warren they all prepare to pretend to be something they're not they're not working class Americans they don't care about you they want to eliminate your job will put you out of work they want to seize control of your health care the one time it happened I know nine the next year Obama was decimated all over America in twenty ten Republicans took over the house the Senate something like thirty five of the governors and is now dissipate a little bit because most of us forget what it was like when the bombs foreign policy that gave rise to ISIS any proglide brokers promises all over the country I gave a hundred billion dollars to the. murderers in Tehran Iran to be used to kill more Americans all over the globe including Saudi Arabians Hey that's unbelievable to listen to but the media won't cover they they worry themselves and twist themselves into a pretzel on a private telephone call a congratulatory call from the president to the new prime minister the new leader of Ukraine one one hunter Biden is the one getting a million dollars a year and Joe Biden is the one who threatened to withhold American aid pending the prosecutor dropping charges investigation against his son hunter how is that possible to meet you don't think it's a big deal because it's one of their own. so it's sickens me we have never lived in a society where as an individual I'm responsible for the criminal behavior of others that doesn't work in my book. does it work in yours. that if you have an S. U. V. and someone drives an S. U. V. drunk or drive through a mall in Chicago there you have to give up your SUV just two hundred years ago somebody with your color skin committed a abysmal crime and against individuals ever innocent that's some out two hundred years later you have to pay the price you got to pay. it's ridiculous it's absurd get rid of pigs and cows and sheep and chickens get rid of bags get rid of internal combustion engines oil workers natural gas workers call get rid of them all was well worn simply says I'm gonna sign an executive order eliminating all fracking what does that do to twenty five thousand jobs in Pennsylvania it's done. wow and the media talks about a telephone call in July between trump and the leader of Ukraine when Ukrainian oligarchs are paying hunter Biden a million dollars a year as an implicit bride because they assumed as many dead that Hillary was going to win the presidency and as a consequence they wanted to pay an unspoken bribe to a member of the Biden family to have in flow into the new administration. and and and now that is made now that it's I guess public even fill up mud an anti Trabzon on CNN said a friend Cuomo this is ridiculous this is absurd. let's continue. take your calls plus we have the cabin all situation is falling apart at the seams we'll go to Steven in North Carolina than lease and Michigan well the war ranger licking their wounds seriously after after the badgers beat the crap out of them let's continue now Stephen in North Carolina. Stephen a North Carolina welcome to the bill Cunningham show Stephen go ahead. I felt very calm call or thank you look look forward to Sunday night soon which in your show in the air and up onto your great American open and I try to be but the Democrats will let me be a great American of the take control of everything in my life can tell me on a lot they're telling me because of the color of my skin I somebody money because of what happened a hundred fifty to two hundred years ago when my family was in Ireland to the eighteen nineties. bill bill that they're they're never gonna stop there's only one way they don't stop scripts can if conservative American Staffel mountain twenty twenty would it in twenty sixteen and it was completely screw you again and twenty twenty to be heard around the world I certainly help I don't think I'll be working Americans figure out that the Democrats no longer pursue policies in their interest our our thing I think to the middle of the road Democrats are getting tired of CNA I'm on the lower level data trying we can all say this that if you ever ever ever ever a bad day. or a bad night what you need to do is you to election night twenty sixteen. and watch what happened on twenty sixteen. I can only imagine. and twenty twenty at the same thing happens what the faces of ABC NBC CBS Megan Kelly who was on fox at the time look like they just drank a gallon a prune juice I couldn't believe what I was watching. and let's give them the same appearance and twenty twenty. as we can have socialist and communist takeover the home of the free in the land of the brave and just say it out loud. Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and others and the Democratic Party are communist masquerading as socialist socialism is the midway point between capitalism and communism. and that's exactly they're they're proposing is the seizing and nationalizing of the two largest industries in America number one is energy number two is medicine and all the various aspects of both. so the. Democrats want to use the power of the federal government to nationalize the two largest industries in America and put them under the federal bureaucracy is that what you want. let's continue with more phone line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven Lisa and missing maxing calls him Los Vegas and Illinois in Delaware and many others have one becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven take a look at the drudge report Matt drudge does is show before me handed it to me it's trump the invincible the trump thinks he's invencible no trump is right and the Democrats are clowns let's continue with more bill Cunningham live with you every Sunday night. el Paso's newsradio six ninety K. T. S. M...

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