20 Burst results for "John Tammy"

"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

First & 10s

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

"What I was hoisting that Lombardi. I just can't. We fixed the ankle maybe, but now the shoulders acting up, like what's happening age. Listen, he's Timmy Johns on the part. He had Timmy John's on the ankle, and it's gonna work. He's gonna get tammi John's on the shoulder and it's gonna be fun. Okay? So we're good, bro, we're good. We're good. Anyway, let's talk about juju and these milk with them. No great challenge makes me want to finally why is this because people are stupid? Because really that's in the herd. There are too many morons on this planet taking up space. Went to the store the other day and they were selling milk gardens. And yes. Idiots. Like this, I mean, this is what it's come to. Like, the pandemic driven us to this now I think we're always stupid 'cause here's and I may be accused of being cold and bitchy. I never am, but this might make me cold and bitchy. People who people who do stupid shit and die, don't invite me to your funeral, 'cause I'll laugh. There will be no tears because if you die doing the milk crate challenge, I will beat your funeral looking around going no one here needs to be crying. This guy was a dumb ass. People who do the people who do the whole, oh, let's stay on the very edge of this cliff and take a selfie and then plunged to their deaths. Ha ha. You're an idiot. I'm not getting flowers for me. Your family's not getting condolences. You're stupid. And you deserve to die if you're gonna be stupid. I'm sorry, if you're gonna blatantly fuck with fate and be dumb. Don't be stupid. Yeah, you can't just put stupidity out into the universe and not expect to get slapped back in the face with it no. Don't invite your wake, I'm not gonna go. I'm not gonna just stop. It's stupid. So yeah, juju and we're about to start the season. You want to blow out your ACL doing the God dang no one crate challenge and then telling the organization, oh, well, I was doing the milk and I needed numbers on TikTok. Don't you guys understand? I needed more likes. Oh, juju. I just idiot. Hey, nobody ever said football players were smart, Jasmine. That's why we have this podcast. That's why we need to raise our GPAs to two. Some of you football players. But like, come on, do. Don't be dumb. You know how this is. You're about to start the season. You need to be in a glass case. Because how many guys have the motion? Well, we have that. But what I mean is like how many players week one, you see people blown out ACLs and doing all kinds of shit. You know, this is the vital moment. This is what we've been waiting for. Don't be bungee jumping off of a cliff. Oh, or the milk of all fucking things. If you're gonna do something, at least, I don't know. He jumped out of a plane. This idiot did the milk crate challenge, these 12 year olds are doing it for TikTok clout. And that's what you're doing. Come on. Now it's not a winner. Now I feel better about my 12 year old because he doesn't do me challenges for TikTok. He does baseball videos. Oh, he's writing code for Tesla. That's what you're 12 year old is doing. God, it's like awesome..

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"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

First & 10s

05:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

"Super stoked, the NFL's back. We're so excited. And namely, two things stuck out to me. Cam Newton's Instagram ransom note that he sent us and juju's milk crates. Okay? There's a lot going on. And let's start with, and I know you're gonna do this. So I'm gonna give you the floor. Coming out. It's just here we go. Here is the question of the day of the week of the year, Jasmine. Okay. That's a little much will Cam Newton. Nope, or the words of my son, Cam Newton. Yes. Will Cam Newton be a Dallas cowboy quarterback? Well, it happened. Jasmine, I know how much you love..

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"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

First & 10s

03:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

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"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

First & 10s

05:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

"So well, don't tell me. No. Well, he already knows that. And he's hoping that that will happen, but I mean, it's highly unlikely. Okay, so we go to Florida, okay, Hudson still does not know that we're going to Chicago. So we get to Florida. We're in Florida. The day of his birthday, the Marlins, the Miami Marlins are playing the mets. And javi, Baez is now with the mets. So he's like, can we please, please, please go to the Marlins game. Every time I were like, oh my God, we've got all this baseball coming up, but he doesn't know. And we don't want to tell him. So we're like, all right, so it's like, okay, it's his birthday. We'll take him to the Marlins game. So we go to the Marlins game of Miami while we're in Florida. Then Saturday morning comes, we get to the airport. We get to the gate and he looks up at the sign and he's like, why does it say Chicago? And Bruce and I just kind of look at each other and Bruce goes, well, I'm sure our boarding pass will work. And then Hudson doesn't say anything. He likes he's like, oh, okay, you know, and then he sits down and he goes, 'cause I'm just ready to go home. I surely. So, yeah. So then he still doesn't know, right? We get.

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"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

First & 10s

05:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"john tammy" Discussed on First & 10s

"Music. And then they do the super wide shot from the helicopter where you're like, the fucking freeway to the gas station. There's a Walmart and it's like, come on. Yeah, all I want to see is cornfields, 'cause that's all there was in the movie. So that's all I want to see during the game. There was a Walmart in the movie, bro kills it, it was like because Joey and I were like the food trucks and the food trucks with all the fans. And the merch table to Joey and I are in the moment 'cause we were we were super like 90s, 80s baseball nerds, okay? And so we looked at each other and we were like, tears. We're watching this. And he's like, man, this is beautiful. This is taking me back to being a kid. And then they pan out. And he goes, oh, come on. I was like, I know. You just ruined this, but anyway. Do this more often and let me tell you, if baseball's numbers are struggling, this is the way to jolt them. Hands down. There should be, and there's going to be. Next year is going to be the cubs. The cubs and the reds, right? Yeah, it's going to be incredible. Yeah, it is. The old school unis are sucker for old school units. So speaking of the cubs, let's talk about my worst sports moment of the summer. Yeah, I'm gonna pour one out for you on this one. Please do. Okay, so as we know, I live in a house of lifelong cubs fans. I was sent home. Yeah, I know. I was sent home because being a jinx for the World Series run there. But y'all won, so it doesn't matter. Yeah. So sweet Hudson just turned 12, right? So several weeks before his 12th birthday were trying to figure out, okay, what can we what are we going to do for his birthday? How can we surprise him blah, blah, blah. Okay, so he is all about baseball. He's like, he loves to play. He is collecting the baseball cards. He wants to go to every game he can possibly go to. So we were going to be in Florida helping Bruce's parents find someplace to go during the winter. The week of his birthday. Well, they live in Illinois and they're like, we're done with this winter bullshit. So we're going down to Florida during the winter. Which makes sense, but the way you made it sound is like, his parents go off for the Woods. Yes, thank you. Away from Illinois. Okay, so we're gonna be in Florida like the week of Hudson's birthday, right? So Bruce was like, okay, well, what we can do is we can fly to Chicago after his birthday because then Chicago plays at Wrigley. They play two games. Like Saturday Sunday, the White Sox. And then Monday, they played the brewers. And he's like, so we can do that. And I'm like, awesome. And we will not tell them until we get to the airport..

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"john tammy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John that Sir this is the John Batchelor show I welcome my colleague John Tammy he is the editor of real clear markets he's also the author most recently of they're both wrong a policy guide for America's frustrated independent thinkers and before that the end of work in before that who needs the fed we're gonna talk about the fact because it is now a recommendation from the fed to the American people that there will be decision making at the fad that will allow the recovery to go smoothly because of access to credit how did they do this well we have a report from the Wall Street journal central bank speaker Nick Timiraos settled very good able reporter who to who takes the remarks by the federal reserve chairman and his colleagues and translate them into what can we anticipate right now the fed is looking at keeping rates near zero in addition at capping yields on every treasury securities that mature as before twenty twenty three the big thinking before we go to Mister Tammy the big thinking is to make credit easy for the American workplace to recover from the corona virus that's the big thing however now we welcome Mr Tammy who regards the fed as creative I'll be I'll be diplomatic John creative the fed is creative John they have another way of saying that they're going to make the best businesses a happy because they're going to make credit easy for them Tel twenty twenty three but of course I've read your essay in real.

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"john tammy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Finally coming in the great American and I want to thank tater especially so many great guest tonight what I wanted to do we give you a perspective from Washington DC which is John Tammy and then also from Las Vegas Wayne Allyn root also from California James arson of newsmax and the behavior of governor Gavin Newsom and also of course so your friend of mine went out on route and this is sad how America specifically targeted the entrepreneurs small business owners and the workers and called them that they're not essential and that we had a collective gasp when Valjean Birks reported in February and my first part of March the two point two million Americans were gonna die so we fashion a response to two point two million Americans dying which is awful and ten times that number being hospitalized and that's it's terrible it's awful and the great parts of this great nation of ours especially in Ohio Kentucky Indiana Florida Texas even California promises and the dread that was coming our way did not occur because of social distancing and other things it's time to get back to work compared to the pandemic of nineteen sixty nine or nineteen nineteen this is a rather mild it is obviously true that more than ninety nine point nine percent of the American people will be unaffected by covert nineteen ninety nine point nine percent not hospitalized ends and sadly not not not suffer a pathology you don't fashion and national policy director United States of America's economy maybe for years to come based upon I suppose that pandemic that does not affect ninety nine point nine percent of us in so many power grabbing governors Republicans and Democrats.

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"john tammy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:15 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Deep sadness is a covert nineteen is the fact that literally millions of graduates from high school and college and with MBAs and law degrees are not being able to find work a sixty minutes that a piece earlier tonight which it related the fact that the five million graduates were about to go to work but it turned out they can't go to work anymore because of the government response so man whose opinion I greatly respect when it comes to economics is a course John Tammy a real clear markets dot com is a new posting a column the crisis experts are themselves the crisis and John Tammy hi friend welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and John how are you I'm great thank you so much for having me on you wrote this column made the third cut day or two ago give me your a synopsis of the crisis the experts the crisis is the experts tell me the point you're making across the nation tonight well the point I'm making is there it's highly possible although you and I may disagree with it Anthony Fauci in modest person in Redskins stadium are fed ex field that may be true but what's also not true is that the if you were in that stadium with eighty thousand screaming fans because fans collectively would be much smarter than he is Bill Gates might be the smartest person at century link field field but collectively all the Seahawks fans are smarter than he is in the corner making isn't that's why markets work so well it's not that the Soviet Union didn't have brilliant experts iron countries certain countries didn't have amazingly smart people but one person can never combine all the knowledge that the market place to people with different different skills different different angles on things can combine sh and that's why when we leave it up to experts to basically guide us through a crisis they create the crisis it's been my point for quite a while that this thing was based upon a projection of these August bodies that turn out to be false and one there when the policy based upon false modeling turn out to be incorrect and I don't think there's some malicious intent going back into March and they simply were wrong when they made their predictions especially doctor professor die Dr Christopher Murray he was wrong when he did it and when you're faced a policy upon a falsehood and then and actually done turn out pursuant to the hypothesis it may make more sense to deal with facts instead of a someone predict might happen and so whether it's Ohio Texas California New York there was predictions of a one to two point two million dead Americans in my home state of Ohio it was predicted that twenty to twenty four thousand Ohioans would die at this point the number is one thousand and forty now that's bad if you're one of the one thousand forty that's bad but that's a far cry for twenty four thousand there are good governor Mike DeWine instead of saying three four five weeks into the steel lock these projections are false what we're going to flatten the curve and that was the goal we don't have a curve to flatten in most states especially Texas and Florida the emergency rooms are not overwhelmed they're now going into the second month pretending as if we're having a pandemic in most of the country when we're not and so when your point is if you relied upon the judgments of eighty thousand people collectively they're probably a lot smarter than doctor felt you without question that's why marketers smoke so smart is there a corporate the knowledge of everyone sh and so is it any surprise that anytime government being something a crisis but they actually create one user suddenly allowing people who are bright but was very near of your viewpoints sh to set policy for everyone but fails I want to stress when has model we never been correct when have economists ever gotten something right almost by definition they have been in that they happen is critical the same reason we're describing they're trying to put model the internet actions of hundreds of millions and realistically billions of people there's not there's no reasonable way to do that shin so what I've said all along as I understand the hell of this but even if it's true even if they'd modeled three million four million five million American deaths my answer still would have always been the only answer is freedom you do not fight a disease or virus with mass unemployment mass bankruptcy in poverty you can only fight that with economic growth at which point she do you need a water bill you need someone to force you to protect yourself from something that might kill you obviously not you're you're not stupid the Americans get it people around the world get it if if something threatens us we're going to protect ourselves we don't need Mike DeWine or anyone telling us to do that and John Tammy I we come to know as adults how to conduct ourselves when government says to us whether you're in California Texas Ohio Florida Wisconsin Michigan don't leave your home if you do leave your home you must be six feet away from somebody else there's all kinds of nonessential jobs the great majority of American people I've been told that you don't matter you don't count and I have the most recent which I ran off about six PM a few hours ago in California her one hundred thousand there's five deaths per one hundred thousand in Florida there six deaths per one hundred thousand in Ohio there are five deaths per one hundred thousand in Texas there are three deaths per one hundred thousand in Wisconsin there's five deaths per one hundred thousand Nevada there are eight deaths per one hundred thousand by any fair definition is not a crisis is out of pandemic now if you're one of the eight that's a that's a crisis but even forty percent of those individuals were in nursing homes not a general risk walking around we have a pandemic in search of a crisis the government made it a crisis so now we're in a complete absolute breakdown I had Mike DeWine on you call me and I am on twice a week in Ohio and I asked him the question are these numbers out of Ohio a crisis when in Ohio but we have eight out of one hundred thousand people have died and the hospitals are empty they're laying off doctors and respiratory nurses that the hospitals are losing millions of dollars every day is is the pandemic still going on and he said yes I still work where the hell is it it is not in Cincinnati is not in Texas it is not even in a state like Maryland Massachusetts is bad main main main has four deaths per one hundred thousand and the governor of Maine to shut down the entire state for the next two months John what what's happened is a collective insanity what's going on what I think is going on as politicians are always trying to cover themselves what's the old saying Randolph Bourne warns health the state I've always said I crises are the state's oxygen politicians lives for a reason to exist what are you most government programs a bureaucracy in search of a purpose and say here we have a scenario where there's this possibility and so were the politicians do they don't want to be on record as having not done nothing hence they do something and in doing something they always and everywhere created crisis she no one's talking about the much bigger crisis which is poverty which is we were just celebrating a few months ago how billions around the world finally a merging from poverty and these politicians around the world quite literally forced command and control shut down the global economy and of course quite literally hundreds of millions of people back into destitution thirty million plus Americans and I'm sorry once again shame on president trump he his initial instincts were correct to maybe not worry too much he had a chance to be different he had a chance to say I will not shut down the concrete to fight the virus in fact I will lead people to reach to the booming economy and booming growth can be matched with talent on the way to finding a cure why did he not stick to his instincts he proved he just like every other politician every time there they they create crisis in there because they create them because they can't whenever I've had you on for ten years the most optimistic guy I knows John Tammy I watch you on fox morning Saturday morning quite often you have a great column right now real clear markets dot com the other day when it was it was here yesterday Saturday or Friday but we had a circumstance where where we had the greatest investor in the world Warren Buffett say no problem we're going to come back strong and I'm not I probably I pray to god that's the case do you have the same optimism is Warren Buffett no question I I do and let let let's remember why politicians have been doing this for much longer than we've been alive they've been getting us into wars they've been creating financial crises as you know you've been having me on I think over ten years two thousand eight doesn't happen without politicians meddling in the network into March this is what politicians do they constantly they get us into wars in in people die each case they waste money and just sickening fashion once again entrepreneurs will bail these guys out they always do is an entrepreneur Houston told me in two thousand nine S. are you worried she said are you kidding me I'm way too smart for a bomb I was way too smart the bush can entrepreneurs never forget they spend every day thinking the next day is going to be the company's last till night spent eighteen years thank you the night he was going to die he had to tell his wife every night some optimistic line that he didn't believe this is not the initial once again politicians created an economic contraction this was never help related this was all about a political crack up in America's entrepreneurs will once again take your out ways take risks and get the U. S. moving again and the idiot politicians will take credit ice we we owe it to history to make sure that they don't take credit this time there will be no future trump economies are biting the colonies the economy is what the the real people that the entrepreneurs create these politicians just put barriers in the way and they didn't get I'm watching the present if you are to go on fox and with a great backdrop in answer to a question from someone in charge of that said why don't you do more Mister president why didn't you do more and I'm thinking do more yes I wanted to do less so I want to share with the American people tonight a column right next year is a real clear markets dot com Woodstock occurred in the middle of a pandemic there was another deadly flu epidemic in United States the flu spread from Hong Kong United States arriving in December nineteen sixty eight and picking your your later that killed one hundred thousand Americans mostly over the age of sixty five and over one million worldwide nineteen sixty nine you probably weren't even around yet but I I I was like I was in college and it was very good references to the Hong Kong flu that killed a whole much more killed many more Americans that will die from covert nineteen in and then the world we got one million I have to go for in other words that the pandemic of six nineteen sixty nine once by a factor of four much worse than the current pandemic stock markets did not crash Congress passed no legislation the federal reserve did nothing not a single governor acted to enforce social distancing flattening the curve no mothers were arrested for taking their kids to the other what somebody else's home no surfers were arrested no day cares are shut down and and no drug overdoses the media covered the pandemic every now and then on the nightly news it wasn't a big issue so what how is it possible that in nineteen sixty nine forgetting nineteen nineteen for the time being and most lives in being we had a terrible pandemic that killed a whole lot more Americans and worldwide than the current one but this one is the worst thing ever because we're experiencing and my theory is this we didn't have cable news every newsroom in America has four five TV sets up that they have right there fox news and MSNBC they got CNN they had C. N. B. C. and so there is a centrifuge of a race to the bottom for the most extreme language and so every story of every day of every weekend is costly about hope at nineteen one it's one of the most mild pandemics in American history living means we have the sars we got the murders we got polio we got the Hong Kong flu we got the bird flu we got the swine flu now we got covert nineteen by a bat it happens regularly because that's part of being a human being why is this one used by the politicians the crash the American economy what forty to fifty million Americans out of work destroyed thousands of business as far as six to ten trillion dollars get more money on the government bottle how come this time was different in nineteen sixty nine I think it's different for the reasons you say but I think a much bigger reason is that politicians and most of the people they know no longer works no longer destination for them people who work as a destination that's those people that's the poor people I've all I've said all along this is rich man's corona virus we could never shut down in nineteen sixty nine because back when every for everyone workers desks destination there's no such thing as working from home sh and so you couldn't have shut down back then it would have quite literally collapsed the whole economy but we installed it in the sense of become such a decadent people in modern times but gosh there's a there's a pandemic on the way so let's just take the Butler you know six weeks off and and and and get get close with our kids and and start baking cookies and everything and she and and hi a few recipes we haven't tried before Americans are so rich today how many of them they could do this and not notice the difference I think it's a tragedy I don't blame the rich I don't blame the poor I blame the.

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"john tammy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

14:03 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Is a covert nineteen is the fact that literally millions of graduates from high school and college and with MBAs and law degrees are not being able to find work a sixty minutes that a piece earlier tonight which it related the fact that the five million graduates were about to go to work but it turned out they can't go to work anymore because of the government response so I man whose opinion I greatly respect when it comes to economics is a course John Tammy a real clear markets dot com is a new posting a column the crisis experts are themselves the crisis and John Tammy hi friend welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and John how are you I'm great thank you so much for having me on you wrote this column made the third cut day or two ago give me your a synopsis of the crisis the experts the crisis is the experts tell me the point you're making across the nation tonight well the point I'm making is there it's highly possible although you and I may disagree with it Anthony Fauci in Lagos persons Redskins stadium are fed ex field that may be true but what's also not true is that the if you were in that stadium with eighty thousand screaming fans because fans collectively would be much smarter than he is Bill Gates might be the smartest person at century link field field but collectively all the Seahawks fans are smarter than he is and the point I'm making is that that's why markets work so well it's not that the Soviet Union didn't have brilliant experts the iron countries certain countries didn't have amazingly smart people but one person can never combine all the knowledge that the market place to people with different different skills different different angles on things combined sh and that's why when we leave it up to experts to basically guide us through a crisis they create the crisis it's been my point for quite a while that this thing was based upon a projection of these August bodies that turned out to be false and one there when the policy based upon false modeling turned out to be incorrect and I don't think there's some malicious intent going back in March and they simply were wrong when they made their predictions especially doctor professor die Dr Christopher Murray he was wrong when he did and when you faced a policy upon a falsehood and then and actually done turn out pursuant to the hypothesis it may make more sense to deal with facts instead of a someone predict might happen and so whether it's Ohio Texas California New York there was predictions of a one to two point two million dead Americans in my home state of Ohio it was predicted that twenty to twenty four thousand Ohioans would die at this point the number is one thousand and forty no that's bad if you're one of the one thousand forty that's bad but that's a far cry for twenty four thousand there are good governor Mike DeWine instead of saying three four five weeks into the steel lock these projections are false what we're going to flatten the curve and that was the goal we don't have a curve to flatten in most states especially Texas and Florida the emergency rooms are not overwhelmed they're now going into the second month pretending as if we're having a pandemic in most of the country one we're not and so when your point is if you relied upon the judgments of eighty thousand people collectively they're probably a lot smarter than Dr Fauci without question that's why marketers should look so smart is there a corporate knowledge of everyone she answers any surprise that anytime government being something a crisis but they actually create one user suddenly allowing people who are bright but with very near of your viewpoint to set policy for everyone should invariably fails I want to stress when has model we never been correct when have economists ever gotten something right almost by definition they have been in that they happen is critical the same reason that we're describing they're trying to put model the internet actions of hundreds of millions and realistically billions of people there's not there's no reasonable way to do that and so what I've said all along as I understand the hell of this even if it's true even if they'd modeled three million four million five million American deaths my answer still would have always been the only answer is freedom you do not fight a disease or virus with mass unemployment mass bankruptcy in poverty you can only fight that with economic growth at which point she do you need a water bill you need someone to force you to protect yourself from something that might kill you obviously not you you're not stupid the Americans get it people around the world get it if it's something threatens us we're going to protect ourselves we don't need Mike DeWine or anyone telling us to do that and John Tammy I we come to know as adults how to conduct ourselves when government says to us whether you're in California Texas Ohio Florida Wisconsin Michigan don't leave your home if you do leave your home you must be six feet away from somebody else there's all kinds of nonessential jobs the great majority of American people I've been told that you don't matter you don't count and I have the most recent which I ran off about six PM a few hours ago in California her one hundred thousand there's five deaths per one hundred thousand in Florida there six deaths per one hundred thousand in Ohio there are five deaths per one hundred thousand in Texas there are three deaths per one hundred thousand in Wisconsin there's five deaths per one hundred thousand Nevada there are eight deaths per one hundred thousand by any fair definition is not a crisis is not a pandemic now if you're one of the eight that's a that's a crisis but even forty percent of those individuals were in nursing homes not a general risk walking around we have a pandemic in search of a crisis the government made it a crisis so now we're in a complete absolute breakdown hi at Mike DeWine on you call me and I am on twice a week in Ohio and I asked him the question are these numbers out of Ohio a crisis when in Ohio but we have eight out of one hundred thousand people have died and the hospitals are empty they're laying off doctors and respiratory nurses at the hospitals are losing millions of dollars every day is is the pandemic still going on and he said yes I still work where the hell is it it is not in Cincinnati is not in Texas it is not even a state like Maryland Massachusetts is bad main main main has four deaths per one hundred thousand and the governor of Maine to shut down the entire state for the next two months John what what's happened is a collective insanity what's going on what I think is going on as politicians are always trying to cover themselves what's the old saying Randolph Bourne ones health the state I've always said I crises are the state's oxygen politicians live for a reason to exist what are you most government programs a bureaucracy in search of a purpose and say here we have a scenario where there's this possibility and so what the politicians do they don't want to be on record as having not done nothing hence they do something and in doing something they always and everywhere created crisis no one's talking about the much bigger crisis which is poverty which is we were just celebrating a few months ago how billions around the world finally emerging from poverty and these politicians around the world quite literally forced command and control shut down the global economy and have pushed quite literally hundreds of millions of people back into destitution thirty million plus Americans and I'm sorry once again shame on president trump he his initial instincts were correct to maybe not worry too much he had a chance to be different he had a chance to say I will not shut down the concrete to fight the virus in fact I will lead people three to the booming economy booming growth can be matched with talent on the way to finding a cure why did he not stick to his instincts he proved he's just like every other politician every time there's they they create crisis in there because they create them because they can't whenever I've had your own for ten years the most optimistic guy I knows John Tammy I watch you on fox morning Saturday morning quite often you have a great column right now real clear markets dot com the other day when it was it was here yesterday Saturday or Friday but we had a circumstance where where we had the greatest investor in the world Warren Buffett say no problem we're going to come back strong and I'm not I probably I pray to god that's the case do you have the same optimism is Warren Buffett no question I I do and and let let's remember why politicians have been doing this for much longer than we've been alive they've been getting us into wars they've been creating financial crises as you know you've been having me on park I think over ten years two thousand eight doesn't happen without politicians meddling in the natural working too much this is what politicians do they constantly they get us into wars and and people die each case they waste money and just sickening fashion once again entrepreneurs will bail these guys out they always do is an entrepreneur Houston told me in two thousand nine S. are you worried she said are you kidding me I'm way too smart for a bomb I was way too smart the bush can entrepreneurs never forget they spend every day thinking the next day is going to be the company's much till night spent eighteen years thank you the Nike was going to die he had to tell his wife every night some optimistic line that he didn't believe this is not the initial once again politicians created an economic contraction this was never help related this was all about a political crack up in America's entrepreneurs will once again you're out ways take risks and get the U. S. moving again and the idiot politicians will take credit ice we we owe it to history to make sure that they don't take credit this time there will be no future compa comedies are biting the colonies the economy is what the with the real people that the entrepreneurs create these politicians just put barriers in the way and they did it again I'm watching the present if you are to go on fox and with a great backdrop in answer to a question from someone in charge of that said why don't you do more Mister president why didn't you do more and I'm thinking do more yes I wanted to do less so I want to share with the American people tonight a column right next year is a real clear markets dot com what stock occurred in the middle of a pandemic there was another deadly flu epidemic in United States the flu spread from Hong Kong United States arriving in December nineteen sixty eight and picking your your later it killed one hundred thousand Americans mostly over the age of sixty five and over one million worldwide nineteen sixty nine you probably weren't even around yet but I I I was like I was in college and it was very good references to the Hong Kong flu that killed a whole much more killed many more Americans that will die from covert nineteen in and then the world we got one million I had to go for in other words that the pandemic of six nineteen sixty nine once by a factor of four much worse than the current pandemic stock markets did not crash Congress passed no legislation the federal reserve did nothing not a single governor acted to enforce social distancing flattening the curve no mothers were arrested for taking their kids to the other what somebody else's home no surfers were arrested no day cares are shut down and and no drug overdoses the media covered the pandemic every now and then on the nightly news it wasn't a big issue so what how is it possible that in nineteen sixty nine forgetting nineteen nineteen for the time being and most lives in being we had a terrible pandemic that killed a whole lot more Americans and worldwide than the current one but this one is the worst thing ever because we're experiencing it and my theory is this we didn't have cable news every newsroom in America has four five TV sets up that they have right there fox news and MSNBC they got CNN they had C. N. B. C. and so there is a centrifuge of a race to the bottom from the most extreme language and so every story of every day of every weekend is costly about covert nineteen one it's one of the most mild pandemics in American history living means we have the sars we got the murders we got polio we got the Hong Kong flu we got the bird flu we got the swine flu now we got covert nineteen by a bat it happens regularly because that's part of being a human being why is this one used by the politicians the crash the American economy but forty to fifty million Americans out of work destroyed thousands of business as far as six to ten trillion dollars get more money on the government bottle how come this time was different in nineteen sixty nine I think it's different for the reasons you say but I think a much bigger reason is that politicians and most of the people they know no longer at work no longer a destination for them people who work as a destination that's those people that's the poor people I've all I've said all along this is rich man's corona virus we could never shut down in nineteen sixty nine because back when every for everyone workers desks destination there's no such thing is working from home sh and so you couldn't have shut down back then it would have quite literally collapse the whole economy but we insert it in the sense of become such a decadent people in modern times but gosh there's a there's a pandemic on the way so let's just take a bit like you know six weeks off and and and and get get close with our kids and and start baking cookies and everything and and and try.

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13:19 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Work but it turned out they can't go to work anymore because of the government response so I man whose opinion I greatly respect when it comes to economics is a course John Tammy a real clear markets dot com is a new posting a column the crisis experts are themselves the crisis and John Tammy hi friend welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and John how are you I'm great thank you so much for having me on you wrote this column made the third cut day or two ago give me your a synopsis of the crisis the experts the crisis is the experts tell me the point you're making across the nation tonight well the corner making it there it's highly possible although you and I may disagree with Anthony Fauci is modest person in Redskins stadium are fed ex field that may be true but what's also not true is that if you were in that stadium with eighty thousand screaming fans because fans collectively be much smarter than he is Bill Gates might be the smartest person at CenturyLink field field but collectively all the Seahawks fans are smarter than he is in the corner making isn't that's why markets work so well it's not that the Soviet Union didn't have brilliant experts the iron countries certain countries didn't have amazingly smart people but one person can never combine all the knowledge that the market place to people with different different skills different different angles on things can combine sh and that's why when we leave it up to experts to basically guide us through a crisis they create the crisis it's been my point for quite a while that this thing was based upon a projection of these August bodies that turn out to be false and one there when the policy based upon false modeling turned out to be incorrect and I don't think there's some malicious intent going back in March and they simply were wrong when they made their predictions especially doctor professor da Dr Christopher Murray he was wrong when he did it and when you're faced a policy upon a falsehood and then and actually done turn out pursuant to the hypothesis it may make more sense to deal with facts instead of a someone predict might happen and so whether it's Ohio Texas California New York there was predictions of a one to two point two million dead Americans in my home state of Ohio it was predicted that twenty to twenty four thousand Ohioans would die at this point the number is one thousand and forty no that's bad if you're one of the one thousand forty that's bad but that's a far cry for twenty four thousand there are good governor Mike DeWine instead of saying three four five weeks into the steel lock these projections are false what we're going to flatten the curve and that was the goal we don't have a curve to flatten in most states especially Texas and Florida the emergency rooms are not overwhelmed they're now going into the second month pretending as if we're having a pandemic in most of the country one were not and so when your point is if you relied upon the judgments of eighty thousand people collectively they're probably a lot smarter than Dr Fauci without question that's why marketers should look so smart is there a corporate the knowledge of everyone she answers any surprise that anytime the government deems something a crisis that they actually create one user suddenly allowing people who are bright but with very near of your view points to set policy for everyone should invariably fails I want to stress when has model we never been correct when have economists ever gotten something right almost by definition they have been in that they happen is critical the same reason we're describing they're trying to put model the internet actions of hundreds of millions and realistically billions of people there's no there's no reasonable way to do that and so what I've said all along as I understand the hell of this but even if it's true even update model three million four million five million American deaths my interest or would have always been the only answer is freedom you do not fight a disease or virus with mass unemployment mass bankruptcy in poverty you can only fight that with economic growth at which point she do you need a water bill do you need someone to force you to protect yourself from something that might kill you obviously not you you're not stupid the Americans get it people around the world get if if something threatens us we're going to protect ourselves we don't need Mike DeWine or anyone telling us to do that and John Tammy I we come to know as adults how to conduct ourselves when government says to us whether you're in California Texas Ohio Florida Wisconsin Michigan don't leave your home if you do leave your home you must be six feet away from somebody else there's all kinds of nonessential jobs the great majority of American people I've been told that you don't matter you don't count and I have the most recent which I ran off about six PM a few hours ago in California her one hundred thousand there's five deaths per one hundred thousand in Florida there six deaths per one hundred thousand in Ohio there are five deaths per one hundred thousand in Texas there are three deaths per one hundred thousand in Wisconsin there's five deaths per one hundred thousand Nevada there are eight deaths per one hundred thousand by any fair definition is that a crisis is out of pandemic now if you're one of the eight that's a that's a crisis but even forty percent of those individuals were in nursing homes not a general risk walking around we have a pandemic in search of a crisis the government made it a crisis so now we're in a complete absolute breakdown all right Mike DeWine on to call me and I have my own twice a week at Ohio and I asked him the question are these numbers out of Ohio a crisis when in Ohio but we have eight out of one hundred thousand people have died and the hospitals are empty they're laying off doctors and respiratory nurses that the hospitals are losing millions of dollars every day is is the pandemic still going on and he said yes I still work where the hell is it it is not in Cincinnati is not in Texas it is not even a state like Maryland Massachusetts is bad main main main has four deaths per one hundred thousand and the governor of Maine to shut down the entire state for the next two months John what what's happened is a collective insanity what's going on what I think is going on as politicians are always trying to cover themselves what's the old saying wind all foreign wars health the state I've always said that crises are the state's oxygen politicians live for a reason to exist what are you most government programs a bureaucracy in search of a purpose and say here we have a scenario where there's this possibility and so what the politicians do they don't want to be on record as having not done nothing hence they do something and in doing something they always and everywhere created crisis no one's talking about the much bigger crisis which is poverty which is we were just celebrating a few months ago how billions around the world will finally emerging from poverty and these politicians around the world quite literally forced command and control shut down the global economy and of course quite literally hundreds of millions of people back into destitution thirty million plus Americans and I'm sorry once again shame on president trump he his initial instincts were correct to maybe not worry too much he had a chance to be there for he had a chance to say I will not shut down the concrete to fight the virus in fact I will lead people to reach to the booming economy booming growth can be matched with talent on the way to finding a cure why did he not stick to his instincts he proved he's just like every other politician every time there's they they create crisis in there because they create them because they can't whenever I've had your own for ten years the most optimistic guy I knows John Tammy I watch you on fox morning Saturday morning quite often you have a great column right now real clear markets dot com I the other day where it was it was here yesterday Saturday or Friday but we had a circumstance where where we had the greatest investor in the world Warren Buffett say no problem we're going to come back strong and I'm not I probably I pray to god that's the case do you have the same optimism is Warren Buffett no question I I do and let let let's remember why politicians have been doing this for much longer than we've been alive they've been getting us into wars they've been creating financial crises as you know you've been having me on I think over ten years two thousand eight doesn't happen without politicians meddling in the network into March this is what politicians do they constantly they get us into wars and and people die each case they waste money and just sickening fashion once again entrepreneurs will bail these guys out they always do is an entrepreneur Houston told me in two thousand nine S. are you worried she said are you kidding because I'm way too smart for a bomb I was way too smart the bush can entrepreneurs never forget they spend every day thinking the next day is going to be the company's much delight spent eighteen years later that night he was going to die he had to tell his wife every night some optimistic line that he didn't believe to entrepreneurs this is not the initial once again politicians created an economic contraction this was never help related this was all about a political crack up in America's entrepreneurs will once again you're out ways take risks and get the U. S. movement against Shami's idiot politicians will take credit ice we we owe it to history to make sure that they don't take part at this time there will be no future trouble Connolly's R. Biden economies the economy is what that was the real people that the entrepreneurs create these politicians just put barriers in the way and they did it again I'm watching the present if you are to go on fox and with a great backdrop in answer to a question from someone in charge of that said why don't you do more Mister president why didn't you do more and I'm thinking do more yes I wanted to do less so I want to share with the American people tonight a column right next year is a real clear markets dot com Woodstock occurred in the middle of a pandemic there was another deadly flu epidemic in United States the flu spread from Hong Kong United States arriving in December nineteen sixty eight and picking your your later it killed one hundred thousand Americans mostly over the age of sixty five and over one million worldwide nineteen sixty nine you probably weren't even around yet but I I I was like I was in college and it was very good references to the Hong Kong flu that killed a whole much more killed many more Americans that will divert from covert nineteen it and then the world we got one million I had to go for in other words that the pandemic of six nineteen sixty nine once by a factor of four much worse than the current pandemic stock markets did not crash Congress passed no legislation the federal reserve did nothing not a single governor acted to enforce social distancing flattening the curve no mothers were arrested for taking their kids to the other what somebody else's home no surfers were arrested no day cares are shut down and and no drug overdoses the media covered the pandemic every now and then on the nightly news it wasn't a big issue so what how is it possible that a nineteen sixty nine forgetting nineteen nineteen for the time being and most lives in being we had a terrible pandemic that killed a whole lot more Americans and worldwide than the current one but this one is the worst thing ever because we're experiencing it and my theory is this we didn't have cable news every newsroom in America has four five TV sets up that they have right there fox news they got M. S. N. B. C. they got CNN they had C. N. B. C. and so there is a centrifuge of a race to the bottom from the most extreme language and so every story of every day of every weekend is costly about covert nineteen one it's one of the most mild pandemics in American history living means we have the sars we got the murders we got polio we got the Hong Kong flu we got the bird flu we got the swine flu now we got covert nineteen by a bat it happens regularly because that's part of being a human being why is this one used by the politicians the crash the American economy but forty to fifty million Americans out of work destroyed thousands of business as far as six to ten trillion dollars get more money on the government bottle how come this time was different in nineteen sixty nine I think it's different for the reasons you say but I think a much bigger reason is that politicians and most of the people they know no longer at work no longer a destination for them people for who worked as a destination that's those people that's the poor people I've all I've said all along this is rich man's corona virus we could never shut down in nineteen sixty nine because back when every.

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"john tammy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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08:23 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John that Sir this is the John Batchelor show John Tammy is the editor of real clear markets he's also the author most recently of they're both from the policy guide for America's frustrated independent thinkers it's been my pleasure to talk with John for many many years since they were Great Recession of two thousand eight two thousand nine is my first memory and John has never been caught being a partisan either cap ever has just not gonna happen so we're about to plow into Harvard University which of course belongs on the liberal side most of the time and on the Chinese side some of the time but right now Harvard has befuddled less because it returned the nine million dollars that it won from the federal government through the payroll protection program we can presume the small business administration John Harvard return this we're told by the headlines because they were ashamed of having gotten front of small businesses you recommend that if this was the only thing the government was doing handing out nine million dollar checks to forty billion dollar endowments we'd be much safer how John how would we be safer yeah it will my response is always if only they were just doing things like this handing out to favored constituents the Kennedy center Harvard you know shake shack money here and there this is the classic bait and switch politicians show this and voters go nuts all my gosh that's so terrible big businesses big powerful universities getting money in small businesses suffering one there's no outrage about the real outrage was the federal government has so much control over present future earnings that is able to extract two point two trillion from the economy basically within the day and so we focus on this I wish politicians were just being what we know them to be corrupt and hate in favoring constituents it's the bigger things they do or they basically reckon economy and then extract two point trillion more from that to throw little checks to people and businesses and so again Americans have got to get a sense of proportion the problem is the two point two trillion not Harvard getting nine million dollars and let's just add you know the small businesses that surround Harvard they didn't make Harvard they exist because of heart let's never forget that it's if you if you want to revive the economy the quickest way to do it is to get money the biggest businesses they're the ones that drive the economy right the money to shake shack is well spent the money to Ruth's Chris if they needed I'm not sure that they needed John but it's okay it's S. as they've been they're shamed or qualified in some fashion that you've taught me that those are the enterprises that employ the people who have ambition to have more in life and if those enterprises don't exist those people will have to look will will will search endlessly for a way to get a leg up and they will not be able to start at shake shack so I went to review here however turn the money back I believe yes hard Virginia not everybody turn the money back but some did why do you think John what it do you think we should aim I I it's impossible for me to imagine a forty billion dollar endowment is a shame would you no clear yet the big ones are Harvard and shake shack that that that they were shamed into into turning so so they were they were Scheck you think Washington think I'll I think it was they they didn't they didn't like the P. R. I. since and so and so and not yeah it is forwarded because what if you and I are gonna start shopping center are we going to anchor it was shake shack's ludicrous or bunch of unknown unknown restaurants was an anchor it with sex and Starbucks shake shack I'm going to put in the big franchises as far as if yeah in in in the small businesses are going to love you for it because they know that they can only get foot traffic if the apples and shake shacks are there is okay this pretense that we keep promoting this G. rated their view of the world but small businesses in main street drive becomes no they don't big businesses drive the economy and thank goodness because they create the scenarios whereby small businesses can get started this is an opportunity John I'm not talk for some days to go a to review one more time stimulus John stimulus stimulus one stimulus to I think they're up to three point five I lose count not stimulus what are they doing to ask John who can stop them can anybody stop them sure to be the opposite of stimulus let's never forget it did this is what the economy does all the time I always love when they say we're going to do is targeted stimulus what do you think private investors do every single day but push precious resources to their highest use that's their purpose when governments presume to invest they fail and they fail for obvious reasons it's hard to invest further more failure does not form their their their calculus and so if you look throughout history of all the the city of government state government venture capital funds over the years none of ever turn a profit well of course they haven't it's hard to do and so this idea that government is stimulating the economy with all the spending the economic growth already occurred such that government was able to extract the money from the private sector they're just redistribute we distributed in politicized fashion there's no stimulus you can if you're gonna say it's growth you're double counting your point and wrong sign the chana detail here government's picking winners in this instance it would be certain states certain institutions I believe Amman a lot of money is flowing to hospitals are they rich they repeatedly fail when they pick winners but it doesn't stop them are they deaf what is your reading after all these years John they're politicians they're doing what they're supposed to do and the problem once again is I'm not against government I just think if you're if you're going to do this let's keep it local if people want to have a government picking winners the trail just keep it local the idea that the federal government would be doing **** runs so counter to what would Twitter how it was supposed to work this corruption was supposed to be local so that we could please hold it better so we have this major entity in Washington vacuums up trillions of dollars okay yes politicians exist to spend money the dangers when it happens nationally because we have no control over it so right when we need government to do the least to leave precious resources in the private economy where they can be directed to the highest use government is in the air again and it's to itself the right to be the biggest investor in the United States wanted blamed her stain or something that is going to show up I believe we're going to recover I believe we're gonna recover quickly because we're the United States but not because of government they're going to slow down or recovery massively precisely because its politicians allocating resources not not at season investor John they're going to pick the walking dead that's what they're going to bail out the right the airline industry the oil industry they're going to create opportunity for people to be dead and may and and exist they always pick yesterday because what else could they do entrepreneurs are always doing something that people think has no chance so they can't find the future which means as you say they found the walking dead remember we get we talked about the same stuff in two thousand eight that's when I first came on your show we talked zombies they're they're picking zombies once again John Tammy he is the editor of real clear markets we enjoy recovering from the recovery every week he has also they're both wrong a policy guide for America's frustrated independent thinkers a lot of work ahead for John and John I'm John Batchelor GOP war fighting hard sciences space exploration the virus in New York just always ready act John buster show dot com or I. two when you're living with polycythemia Vera or P. 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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Traffic in transit the report all lanes open on the off and go on this expressway approaching the go honest canal earlier vehicle fire has now been cleared all lanes are open on the cross Bronx construction two lanes closed west between the shared an expressway and Webster Avenue and on the eastbound side two lanes are closed between the deacon in the Sheridan expressway on the George Washington bridge and build on the upper deck Breitling construction under the apartments till five AM the in the lower deck is closed and opened on the upper deck two right lanes blocked under the apartments and outbound on the lower level left lane closed under the apartments as well at the Lincoln tunnel the open north to close till five AM all lanes closed inbound at the Holland and opens construction of the two left lanes on fourteenth street between Marin Boulevard and Manila Avenue as with just the right now with the Long Island expressway westbound by utopia parkway a stolen vehicle in the left lane heavy from Francis Lewis Boulevard in New Jersey construction closing the north bound truck lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike until Rodgers on talk radio seventy seven WABC I'm John this is the John Batchelor shows John Tammy is the editor of real clear markets writing frequently of the American economy now frozen commerce stopped at the direction of fifty governors plus others and the federal government if valve saving we stopped in full tilt capitalism working and then it wasn't John is.

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"john tammy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I'm John bash this is the John Batchelor show I welcome John Tammy he is the editor of real clear markets he is the author most recently of a book about they're all wrong they're both wrong which is the contrary opinions when applied to the federal government the federal reserve the world's central bankers and the collective economists recommendations for crises over the last one hundred years there are they're both wrong done a very good evening to you thank you for this all right here we are I knock on your front door you open the door you look at me and I say I'm from the federal government I'm here to help what's your first reaction Mr Tammy good evening to all of my reaction is terror which is historically the reaction of Republicans they've always said well Reagan got it so right he always quipped that the ten worst words in the English language are I'm from the federal government and I'm here to help yet every single time something happens a mess in the world what do Republicans and conservatives want to but the federal government trying to insert it to help things and they always make things work the only in security is government and Republicans keep turning to it during bad times and they create crisis in response the crisis of the moment is I headlines you know bail out here and the federal government in the voice of the president of the United States is looking to stop economic under exchanges as I mean there's some caveats here for the next fifteen days are there closing private enterprises by the demand of the governors and the federal government is right making recommendations the governors are mandating coverage across the country I believe in California in and around the bay area are there is a shelter in place order which seems wildly inappropriate at this moment because that's just about a terror attack but is being treated as a terror attack hi John this is what you have to say maximum intervention in the market place the explanation is that it will stop the spread of the virus however the other thing we'll do is I use the Wall Street journal's metaphor it will put the economy in a black hole what's what's the way forward John in a black hole the way forward is prosperity and so typically the federal government is trying to tamp down prosperity let's be clear this is not a corona virus crisis investors always price in things all the time they've been pricing corona virus in its global impacts for weeks and weeks in stocks were at all time highs what happened was surprised suddenly the federal government and governors and mayors across the country didn't just intervene but they intervene in a way that no one could ever have expected that were they quite literally are forcing the shut down of the most dynamic economy in the world she can so right when we see a radically if this is a crisis of helped me the most prosperous colony in the world citing it we have the political class literally working to shut things down telling us to go home for two weeks is it any wonder that stocks have corrected so substantial is this a recession Mr Cagney that word is being used all the time and yet at the same time people rush to say it's not a financial crisis it sure looks like one to me if I look at the price of this state apple what you need is a very good question I think in many ways it insults the notion of recession you and I have a good sense of recession historically during blooming times obviously businesses become a bit more lax and whom they hire a bit more relaxed in the risks they take banks become more lax in their lending standards investment banks finance companies that they wouldn't otherwise so recessions are appeared during which we realize errors and hopefully of government stays out of the way did the realization the errors leads to a big snapback this is deferred because the economy was just moving along as it does Americans are prone to produce and produce in in in a bonded waste when all the sudden quite literally politicians stepped in and shut them down devastating businesses across the country how can we call what recession no this is a political crack up of historic magnitude let's please not insult was healthy what's going on here you use an example in your article of John D. Rockefeller who was at let's put it this way very prosperous in the solar system of the turn of the century this is the nineteen to becoming the twentieth century he had a grandson I believe or what was it a son our grandson again grandson who had scarlet fever John Rockefeller invested five hundred thousand dollars to cure scarlet fever it failed I believe five hundred thousand dollars a ridiculous today to billions fine if failed what did that teach us John I wanted to harness is it more for one thing is it gave us more misinformation such that eventually I care was arrived at such that we don't even think about scarlet fever anymore but the other thing that it teaches us is that the greatest foe of disease and nothing else comes close is prosperity when a country when people are booming voluminous resources are created for the experimenters the visionaries the oddballs to fight all manner of disease is there's a reason that that that the cold air and all these epidemics are no longer the the scare that they were in the twentieth century and the reason for that is that more a much richer nations and so remarkably again this is a Republican administration pro business supply siders ever all these great program guys in the midst of something of of of a health crisis they quite literally panic bleak stepping in and endorse the separation of people the shutting down of an economy and crucially down the separation of people precisely when you want free people bumping into other free people matched with capital on the way to sixty what's wrong with this they quite literally wants to separate us it would be funny if it weren't so sad it sounds like a bad dream but I think we're awake the trump administration's talking about a couple of remedies that are vaguely described a stimulus for example a payroll tax cut X. number of weeks next number of months it will that result in more economic activity Mr Tammy no we will not for for two reasons for one economic growth as a consequence of investment so if you're really worried about a slowing economy the way you do is reduce the burden on the richest of the rich because they've got unique we got the disposable wealth they can invest in new ideas but I'll just add that all this talk of stimulus is a non sequitur what we do forget the fact that the only reason the economy is struggling and people are too terrified right now has everything to do with the same politicians who presume to help us with stimulus package if the trump administration does not act if governors and mayors across the country don't panic in blink as they all have there would be no need for stimulus and what's out there would be no need for bailouts or anything of the sort business is never run out of money American Airlines could have survived a travel slowdown based on the fear of the virus one it cannot survive is the market perception that politicians will be running the economy going forward why would you invest in a company at that point last stop the federal reserve I believe over the weekend in a surprise move at an extraordinary meeting reduce the already low interest rate that was one point two five to about zero does that affect the economy jobs well of course it does not and it does not for obvious reasons people borrow money for the resources that can be exchanged for at present you have politicians around the country around the world walking down there on east what that means is less global cooperation less production I did do that the amount of resources out there to borrow money to get will be much less the fed cannot alter that reality and you saw today the fed's actions were total non sequitur and markets last at these clowns and hopefully it finally opens up the eyes to people that cannot make great what is an already great and and I hate to say it because I think supply siders some of my favorite people I think this puts an end not to supply side economics because that's a tough call do not really but the supply side crowd that day didn't end wind at the fed for weeks to cut rates as though that would alter reality is in my mind so discredited at this point they should just curl up and go away let's get a new name for a good ideology it has been hijacked by a bunch of pretenders John Tammy editor of real clear markets vice president freedom works author most recently of they're both wrong a policy guide for America's frustrated independent thinkers I'm from the federal government I'm here to help I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show the Washington W. a S. 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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"john tammy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Com editor John Tammy online is is increasingly away people shot but let's never forget that it's still under ten percent of total retail sales now what we're seeing right now is that Americans are highly productive and that enables consumption people don't consume in because growth they produce and that is the driver of their consumption Tammy says the vast majority of sales continue to be in stores rather than online a celebrated museum artifacts may not be as authentic as some thought we all have the image of president Abraham Lincoln adorned in his beaver skins stovepipe hat stuck in our heads it makes the already naturally tall Lincoln appear to tower even higher in our imaginations and that had once appraised at six and a half million dollars was purchased more than a decade ago and has been on display at the Lincoln presidential library in Springfield Illinois but a study commissioned by the museum now finds that there's not only no traces of the sixteenth presidents DNA inside that hat it's not even the right size for how big his head was the museum is still paying down the loan of nine million it used to buy the supposed artifacts among others and been brown fox news as early merry twenty six year old Florida woman jailed with a million dollar bail accused of trying to cash almost one million dollars in checks from her seventy seven year old husband's bank account Lynn how often was arrested earlier this month at Tampa International Airport she's now facing charges of money laundering fraud and exploitation of an elderly person I'm rich Denison and this is fox news breaking news on talk radio six eighty W. C. B. M. very mild set up for the last days of two thousand nineteen.

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"john tammy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john tammy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Your California or destroyed by the way what sixty minutes did tonight Jamie Dimon I thought was fabulous if you take Jamie Dimon intake Dan Gilbert and a few others they can change Detroit but not changing it using socialistic patterns in policy says the opposite in fact it is sad that according to most polling the majority of Americans under the age of thirty thank socialism is preferable to capitalism because they've been taught that and they don't live in the real world in a capitalistic economy the only way you can improve your life it's my satisfying the needs of others so John Tammy I wrote a column he wrote a column that so when he gives speeches relative to wealth Steve Jobs an apple he has those in the audience how many you have an apple product most hands go up would you rather have rather have Steve Jobs in apple engineers and brilliant scientists put together the new apps in the new update I just got like a a lavender not iPhone eleven which I think is fabulous or you're the federal government do that bureaucrats everyone says we want private entrepreneurs to do it and so you improve your life by satisfying the needs of others Jeff basin Washington post don't think about that paper much but Amazon prime is wonderful it's affordable it's quick it's easy and other competitors going to come after is providing the products or services other people wanted a price you can afford so you cannot have apple prime or an iPhone or a Chevrolet whatever it is at a price people can't afford otherwise they can't be mass produced so you.

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"john tammy" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john tammy" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Broadcast the one in the old the old country right click on any of the great American good ever with me there's a rather frigid sunny not at least in Ohio Kentucky Indiana were broadcast from every time it's cold it's course global warming and every time it's warm it's a course global warming and every climate protection in the nineteen seventies eighties nineties have proven to be false but it's still global warming and whatever it is the answer is global warming and every ABC NBC CBS news cast like tonight six thirty eastern time it's all about frigid temperatures caused by global warming so I don't know what to say so later on we have a couple guys talking about it one is John Tammy of real clear markets dot com the other is a is Chris Horner who is being sued by various entities because he's not thinking correctly on climate change is coming up later but until then you know it's worse than I thought you and I have spent the last three years talking about how the trump agenda has been blocked by of course the Democrats would you would anticipate but now after Nikki Haley this morning and tonight talked about what this what happened inside the White House two of president trump's senior advisers undermined him and ignored the will of the American people in an effort to quote save the country on quote former U. N. ambassador Nikki Haley claimed today on CBS former secretary of state rex tellers and who was the CEO of Exxon Mobil and former White House chief of staff John Kelly Hey a four star should know better sought to recruit her to work around and subvert president trump but she refused in the new book with all due respect she describes teller sin is exhausting.

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U.S. Stocks Plunge Most in 2019 on Trade Tension

John Batchelor

08:54 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Stocks Plunge Most in 2019 on Trade Tension

"The predicate for the market slide was according to CNBC and Bloomberg was the brouhaha over the trade dispute between Washington and Beijing in specific the president of the United States Donald Trump naming China a currency manipulator now that is not fresh of for example Chuck Schumer the minority leader of the Senate a Democrat also has tagged China as a currency manipulator why I'm in a six and sounds will break my bones soak okay their currency manipulator how does this can act to the market selloff and how does that connect to the this signaling that the market is giving us a a six or nine months hence good evening to your job he John well eighty eight connection this way let's stress up front that China with its one does what basically every country currency in the world does tags in this case someone explicitly to the dollar but every currency maintains a tight relationship of the dollar to the extent that it can and it does because the dollar factors into just about any global transaction so its economic suicide for countries not to have a tight currency relationship of the dollar so if the Chinese are manipulated everyone is a crucial here is that means the pitch the China doesn't have a currency policy is importing US dollar policy if the dollar strong the wind is strong if the dollars a week the one is weak the US dollar policy is China's policy by design and and this is a good thing to think back to nineteen ninety eight people were terrified that the Chinese would be linked their currency from the dollar and so from there why does this have the markets terrified because president trump is calling for a weak dollar a weaker dollar he thinks is again the president's get the dollar they want will what's that due to investors they are buying when they invest future income streams and dollars and one and so a weak dollar means a weaker currency in China to with predictably bad results for investors my understanding of the dollar is that we won it strong we we've wanted it strong since you know ancient times that would be Richard Nixon's administration why is a strong dollar preferable what does it mean for our markets what does it mean for our ability to be prosperous it domestically what it means is that it's a reminder that just as we never we never buy goods with dollars what we do is we exchange our labor for dollars you have a job I have a job and money is just the measure you today can that compensation for your labor so your work is your insurer importing and investments no different known invested dollars no one invest one what they do is they have dollars and Juan and they're directing their resources that that that those command a higher use and so when the currency is in decline what that means that when you put your money to work as an you direct resources to someone else to hire use and you actually even your investment you get a return it means that the dollars and one you get back our exchangeable for less than the ones in dollars that you put to work a year ago two years ago ten years ago and so the valuation a weak currency is a tax on the very investment that powers economic growth you cannot have economic growth without investment dollar yet due to valuation is putting a tax on it because what are we trying to get what we put money to work we want to get more dollars back well if the current season decline we're going to get dollars they're soggy it conveyed get lessons were going to be less likely to invest right we bought we we have we have less buying power we we've reduced our buying power with the weaker dollar now how how then do we deal with this present chatter from both sides of the aisle John this is not a partisan matter of of of saying the child is a currency manipulator meaning of course the US is a currency manipulator and that the dollar and the currency is pegged to order weakening how do we confront this John what anticipating that that's where we are right now what is the market telling us about how we prepare for it nine months from now well the market never prices in the present it always prices in the future and so I think the reaction yesterday was the market St wow this trade war that we kind of thought was going to slowly and that was going to get quiet is not on the verge of being quiet in fact it's taking a really ugly turned in the direction of currencies evaluation be is again a dollar to valuation is a global in that drive it right and not be stressed enough that when we take the dollar down currencies around the world go with it and that always and everywhere associates with poor advancement returns and it does for obvious reasons once again when you invest her here you're basically buying income streams in the future but if the currencies are worth less you've got to be more careful in how you allocate the resources you can't be isn't trap it and how you allocate the resources because you're going to see your returns taxed and so it's it's a very dangerous thing I've emailed the people I know inside the administration and said you know lucky if if president trump succeeds in getting the dollar he wants and he's going to fail no president can overcome a devalued currency the place to high the market has and not told us where to hide I saw there was a bond rally good for the markets I don't know about the metals I big been ignoring them but what you're describing is omnipresent weakness and there would be no particular place to hide just relatively good places to hide nine months from now it also suggests is going to be there's political turmoil ahead is that it isn't that a corollary of a weak currency I think you put it so well but gas without question isn't it interesting that president Nixon couldn't survive something is repeating his Watergate well the value of the currency in nineteen seventy two the Vegas stacked any Republican president ever made was going off the old standard yes five Americans earn dollars leave gold out of it Americans earn dollars you to value their savings in the earnings you think the electrics going to be happy and so he could survive conversely look at president Clinton arguably the best dollar president in modern times they Robert Rubin never messed with the dollar always talked about the importance of a strong dollar and everything Clinton survives radically much much worse president to oversee weak economies generally don't survive and they have problems and a weak dollar is almost by definition a weak economy because it's a very very to the investment without which there is no economic growth here's what I've understood these last two years the strong dollar and it has been relatively strong that's all we can use this that adverb relatively has attracted investment from overseas because they're paid in dollars and it's and it maintains its value or increases its value they are now that suggests that there's going to be a diminution in investment from overseas is that correct John didn't diminish vestment of overseas but also reduced investment in the United States why why again would you put money to work if you think any returns you might get are gonna come back and value dollars this is particularly crucial because the US is a knowledge economy where do we get a lot of growth Silicon Valley okay nine out of ten companies funded there and that's a that's actually a low number sale and see you you know you the you have very few that are going to succeed in the first place hello either you're going to be to invest in these intrepid concepts that changed the world if you know the time on the rare occurrence that you're going to get a return it's going to come back and soggy dollars and so it has very in particular negative implications for the US economy is war the most reliant on intrepid investment from around from the inside and outside the U. S. John Tammy right of opinion pieces for his clients dot most importantly director center for economic freedom is freedom works he's the editor real clear markets ad his most recent book is the end of work the one that's most fun right now is who needs the fat I'm John bachelor this is the John

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How U.S.-China Trade War Impacts Tech Industry

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:57 min | 2 years ago

How U.S.-China Trade War Impacts Tech Industry

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte got com slash look. Again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost, does reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up, how heavily does the US China trade war impact your world of tech. Could it mean the hiking of iphone prices? What does it do to the volatile state of cryptocurrency? And how soon before things get resolved for big tech finding out after these tech headlines. Google has agreed to refund advertisers for ads purchased on its ad marketplaces. That ran on websites with fraudulent traffic. This follows a lawsuit, claiming the tech giant was withholding the payments, and according to documents viewed by the Wall Street Journal and 2017 Google offered limited refunds to those who had purchased ad space. The kind that resulted in ads running on sites. Who's traffic was artificially boosted by bots. The journal says Google has modified contracts to alter its policies regarding litigation. Brought by advertisers separately. Google promise that it's advertiser clients would receive refunds for ads that ran on sites. With fraudulent traffic. The world's biggest video game publishers are paying popular gamers, tens of thousands of dollars to play their latest releases live over the internet. But why they're hoping to break through to buyers which is proving to be a tough task in a world where games like fortnight, hog the spotlight electric arts activision blizzard, Ubisoft, entertainment, and take two interactive or among the publishers, making big payouts, for the live streams the amounts could go as high as fifty thousand dollars an hour for top celebrity gamers. And as for hints of what you can expect down the line, take two plans to pay streamers to play borderlands three when the comedic shooter game launches in September and plans to use live streaming again for the Tober release of its special ops shooter game. Tom Clancy's ghost recon breakpoint. And now if you wouldn't mind, let's talk about the state of chips demand for chips specialized for a I in particular is growing at such a pace the industry can barely keep up. And the journal makes the case that chip king, and video may be losing its dominance case in point. Qualcomm unveiled a new AI chip last month and Hewlett Packard, just on Friday reached a deal to acquire Cray, Inc. The company that makes high end for supercomputers that are increasingly being deployed for AI research, and you can expect more, where this came from sales of such chips are expected to double this year to around eight billion dollars and reach more than thirty four billion dollars by twenty twenty three coming up, how the US China trade war impacts, the tech industry. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation, helping clients apply technologies like cloud and AI to their unique business challenges. Deloitte, Kat com slash look. Again. As reported in the ever escalating US trade war with China. The White House has threatened to introduce twenty five percent tariffs on two hundred million dollars of Chinese goods. So how does that impact big tech? Let's us one of the US's, most valuable tech companies as an example, apple and more importantly, your apple products barons, Alexandra Skaggs has more Apple's earnings per share could be hurt fifteen to twenty percent by higher tariffs. If that happens, the smartphone maker may have to raise its prices or just accept lower profitability. China is a large part of apple supply chain and facts that estimates apple gets almost twenty percent of its revenues from there. So apple investors are probably hoping that the US and China reach a trade deal over the summer. In addition to tacking on the already announced five hundred billion in terrorists that could raise prices on almost half of everything. The US buys from China, president Xi Jinping said he would. Tally eight some say China could impose new taxes and added regulation on US companies. Others say China could introduce slowing deal approvals or encourage citizens to boycott US goods. Also impacted by the trade war escalation bitcoin. The favourite crypto currency of the masses has climbed ninety percent this year. What do we make of that? It's always tough to say. What makes bitcoins price move, but prices were low for most of this year until the past month and a half. Bitcoin started rallying right around the time. The US is trade war with China started heating up analysts say that investors are selling China's currency and moving into cryptocurrencies. But according to many analysts wing, including real clear markets editor, John Tammy, there are simply too much money in big tech and the US China trade dispute will have to come to some resolution soon. The Chinese could wait longer. They've always looked at things from more of a longer term perspective. But keep in mind that President Trump has twenty twenty two. About the elections coming up the last thing he wants to go into the twenty twenty elections. With is to explain a crash stock market a weaker economy. Donald Trump has staked his presidency on a rising stock market and economic growth. You cannot get that, while also conducting a trade war with one of the biggest markets in the world, for some of the US, as most valuable companies just use one example, apple, the most the second, most valuable US company right now gets a third of its sales from China. You can't be warring with that country for the latest details on the US China trade dispute head to wsJcom wrapping up the tech news briefing for now. I'm Tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.

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"john tammy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"john tammy" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"They seventy shut down the Cadillac and GMC Sierra. I think not they probably do a better job of managing their production, though. Yeah. A John Tammy kind enough to join us director of the center for economic freedom feed works editor of nuclear politics. John the gold standard like Steve Forbes by friend says he's an advocate of returning to the gold standard. You are as well. Yes. Yeah. What's money? It's other than just just a a measure that we use to kind of exchange the wealth or produce. How does it help the worker to earn dollars? Get are constantly being devalued by the US treasury is that you know, the economy is just a question of individuals. Are you better off or are the people on your staff that are off if the dollars earned are being a road value over time, obviously, not so how could this help the economy? And so what Steve is promoting? This is this notion that that that they can taxes in two ways by taking our wealth through taxation or by a road through inflation. Let let's let's redefined the dollar in terms of something real. So that people can keep what they can. And they can save it without fear money. They get back or again, be shrunken value, and John you had a great column in Forbes. Speaking of Steve Forbes in which you say that anyone with the most basic understanding of Russian history knew that the Kremlin could not have fixed the presidential election. Why? Were you so servicer? All of us listening or around during the Soviet era. These people were legendarily incompetent. And so the idea that they they just decided to get together with Trump and a wolf the election. How many billions are spent on presidential elections. No american. Election. Sixers able ever been able to figure out that the Russians sphere. Oh, we'll do. This one time. We won't get our guy in the White House. We'd be serious. This was so embarrassing that allegedly serious people or wanting to conduct national hearings to figure out whether or not the Russians fixed our elections. What a joke, I was so barest to be an American this point that our leaders could believe something so completely absurd. And I am so. Enough to close all the serious stare four walls thinkers who said yeah, the Russians. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That country they they basically plan the election of the of the greatest country. It was a various -fensive ridiculous notion. Amen. John damn you're at a guy. Let you go. But we're less than a week away from tax Dave druthers, what kind of taxes to would you like to see, sir? I'd like a consumption tax is I don't think government should know what I earn. I don't I also don't think just because you've got a lot more money than I do that you own naturally more. Just because of that. I think people should should should be very limited in what they entered the federal government. Which report the Elliott, John Tammi. Great chat. Thanks for waiting. John. You the best may come back soon. My friend, okay. Thanks for having me Joe for shale. Thank you, John. Tammy right there. The director of the center for economic freedom at freedomworks editor of real clear politics, and author of the book who needs the fed John tambi gotta love John tabby, every love Suzy's surround looking at every morning on.

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