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"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"It's not an artificial boost of immediate energy like caffeine. I'm talking about cellular level restoration. Learn more right now at their website, visit strong cell dot com forward slash Charlie and enter promo code Charlie for a 20% discount. They have made me a believer. NADs are real thing. You guys should check it out. My special 20% discount for Kirk show fans will apply whether you want to test it out for one week or for a month. But I highly encourage you guys to try it for all four weeks. You won't regret it. Where does political power come from? Political power in the American system comes from the consent of the governed. Permission of the people. In America, thanks to our founding fathers, creating the greatest form structure of government ever known the U.S. Constitution, political power is derived from us. It goes from the individual to people to your local government to your state government to then your federal government. It goes from the individual made in the image of God on up eventually to a federal project. And now the totalitarians and the authoritarians have tried to invert that, they believe it is the state that should be sovereign, but in China there is a phrase that we must never forget. Where did mouse say tongue say political power came from? Mao Zedong famously said that political power grows out of the barrel of a gun. Mao Zedong famously said that political power comes from having guns. Now this, of course, was coined in the Chinese Civil War, which is exactly why once Mao Zedong took power and he exterminated tens of millions of people, he never allowed the citizens of China to regain their ability to own firearms, Mao also said our principle is at the party commands the gun. And the gun must never be allowed to command the party. Now, I know a lot of people watching this right now have mixed opinions. On the Second Amendment, I met somebody recently that did not vote for Kerry Lake. And one of the reasons they did not vote for Kerry Lake, they told me, is they said, I just can't get over Republicans fascination with guns. There are two into guns. We need to get rid of all the guns. There are number one issue. Every time a gun control debate will resurface in America, I want you to immediately think of what's happening in China right now. Just think back to what happened in Hong Kong a couple of years ago with the annexation of Hong Kong of the hundred year anniversary. We're trying to just took over Hong Kong. Why are totalitarians able to take over countries and control people? And this is the brilliance of the founding fathers, and we should be thankful. The founding fathers had the clairvoyance and the wisdom and the courage. To put this into our founding document. Now, it wasn't in the original U.S. Constitution. Remember, we had the constitution that was ratified in 1787, and then the Bill of Rights in 1791 to separate ratifications that happened four years apart in 1791. It was inspired largely thanks to the Virginia declaration of rights written by George Mason. In 1776. The protests happening in China right now are admirable. We should be cheering for these people. We should be hoping for their success and for them to flourish. But Gigi paying Winnie the pooh is chuckling because he knows that as Mao, his hero would say political power comes out of the barrel of a gun and only one side has guns in China. In fact, we've said this before that the Second Amendment protects all the other amendments and the anti gun activists in America, they constantly want to take your guns away because some of them, not all of them. Some of them mean well, but good intentions mean nothing. Good intentions mean nothing when it comes to doing evil, they want to take your guns away so they could take your other liberties away. We had bad lockdowns in America. Imagine how much worse the lockdowns would have been if we did not have widespread firearm ownership. Look at Canada. Look at Australia. Unfortunately, the catastrophe of what happened in Hong Kong is a preview was the coming attraction of what will happen next in China. People are rising up and I'm going to pray for them and we should support them. And isn't it interesting that our leaders are so quick to talk about why we need to support zelensky and go spend 70 or $80 billion on zelensky, which is more than the GDP of North Dakota, but they are silent. When it comes to the people of Mainland China rising up against Gigi Peng, allowing them to go to their slaughter because listen, let's be honest, the Chinese Communist Party pays the bills in Washington, D.C.. The CCP pays for their summer homes at Kenny bunk port. And their home renovation in Palm Beach, the CCP has made the American ruling class fabulously wealthy. And for that, they will remain quiet when it matters. The Second Amendment protects all the other amendments. If every Chinese citizen had a firearm right now, this would not be a hostage situation. It would be a negotiation. Instead, just a matter of time before they are obliterated by Gigi ping..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Good morning, welcome to the program. Great day beyond. Hey, good morning, sir. Thank you for having me on. Your ears might have been burning yesterday as having breakfast with my brother in law and a fellow named Bill Scarborough who knows you and he's telling me you're all in on this campaign. You are not daunted by the D plus, whatever it is, district nature. No, hey, we're leaning forward like nobody has ever done. And we're getting it. It's amazing to see the people out there, like Bill. I mean, he's all in helping us out. It is, it's an amazing race. And we're crushing it. We're actually raising. Talk to people about who you are and why they should contribute to your race. I got Derek van orden coming on later in the hour. I'm talking to two sales this morning. At the lander enduring man Orton, both of them would help Congress tell us about your background head. Yeah, and actually I was at SEAL Team four with Derek, many, many moves ago, but so I'm a retired navy seal into 21 years in the navy. All of it in the seal teams. I was a SEAL Team three, SEAL Team four, sdv team two, the little midi submarines. I was a sniper course managed for all the seal teams. And came up to May in 2006 to take the navy sear school of survival school. And maybe he's got 13,000 beautiful acres up there by rangeley, retired in 2009. I became a volunteer firefighter because they needed help there. And love that. And I watched an active shooter drill at my kids school and I became a reserve deputy sheriff here in Lincoln county. The life of service and 14 months ago now I was asked to run for Congress and I will serve one more time, but I do need people to step up with us so we can get the word out and let people know we're alive. The website is the lander for Congress dot com, the lander, THE, LA and DER four FOR Congress dot com. I have to spell it out for the Steelers fans. Now, when I get to seals, Lou bremer and rourke Denver, telling me that you are a stand up guy, that's about as good a recommendation as I can possibly have. Does it translate? What you learn in the team? So that translate do you think the Congress? Oh, incredibly. The ability to reach across the other side, doing negotiations in the desert where I'm at a disadvantaged tactically and I have to because I have no gun and I'm just trying to get things going. So we can get some peace in Yemen and it's a wild ride to actually try and figure out that common ground to get things moving forward. Organizationally, motivation, teamwork, that's all I know. And it's time to put that into Congress. There's a bunch of us running. And we will make a difference. We just need to get there. People need to know that they have this option out there. Now you're district includes places very familiar to Americans like Kenny bunk port, but also includes some of south Portland, Portland, some pretty hard hit neighborhoods by the COVID shutdown. Portland schools have been rock bit. What do you say to people that, you know, I want to stick with the Democrats, they have more compassion. Yeah, you know what? Don't take that compassion as advertised. You know, a lot of it is a control tool and with the unions. It's a single point of control. For the Democrat party and that's the exact I actually got a union guy to admit that to agree to it rather. It's not what it is. We want to fix things. We want to get people working so they could be independent. If you want to be controlled and have a mediocre to barely surviving life, then look towards that. But if you want to be successful if you want to actually step up and improve your life, that's what we're going to do when we get to Congress. They want to treat this as an in the bag race and keep the national media from paying attention to it. Has she agreed to debate you at all the incumbent? Yeah, we've got two debates, one on the 12th and one on the 19th of October. And I look so forward to that. It's definitely not in the bag. It definitely is not. Get all over Portland and south Portland, cape Elizabeth. Where Republicans normally fear to tread, I go in there, happy as can be because we're getting all these independents, all these folks to step up and they are tired. They're realizing what they signed up for before is not real. And they need help. You go into affordable housing and I have not knocked out a door that's not excited to hear that not just the navy seal, but the volunteer firefighter, the reserved epi share. People that actually see people when they're really in need because that's what you do is when you're serving like that, you find people and you see what people really need..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"So talk a little bit about the magnitude of that problem, which is to say, not just illegal aliens, but very bad guys coming through as illegal aliens. Well, I kind of goes back to the Kate steinle case, whereas you had an illegal alien who killed Kate Stanley out in California, he should have already been deported, but because of the policies in the sanctuary cities, he was never deported because they wouldn't cooperate with immigration officials. That happens. Now, what do you think, I mean, the media describes us as a stunt and it may be a stunt, but I think it's a very good stunt. What do you think about this idea of that Abbott is doing and desantis is doing? And others should be doing as well, which is look, you know, if you want to flood our areas with illegals, we're gonna be dispatching them to Aspen, Colorado, and Martha's Vineyard and Cape Cod and Kenny bunk board, Maine. So your favorite hotspots, your chic areas are going to start getting to deal with this problem as well, and it's funny to see how the left shrieks with horror when these people show up in their neighborhoods. The hypocrisy of the left knows no balance with regards to this case. Within 48 hours they had a National Guard escorting the aliens out of Martha's vineyards. And I mean, in some ways, I guess we could even think about the word hypocrisy because it's hypocritical if they subscribed to one standard, but then violate it, but it's quite possible that, as you say, the motives are purely political, they don't actually care about the aliens. They don't care about these people. These people are pawns in a political game. And so sure, why would they want them to show up in their neighborhood? Their whole idea is to bring them in the country and then exploit them for political purposes. I mean, the Democrats have actually been doing something like this in one form or the other for a couple of centuries. Right, and they don't care about they only care about what happens in their backyard. When it affects them directly, they don't care about the people on the border. Look at these small towns, 34, 35,000 people in these border towns, and they're being overrun by thousands and thousands every day. And the human cost of it. The people that are being killed in the high speed chases, nobody's caring. Nobody cares about the border towns and their populations. Even representative cuellar, a Democrat has been, he's been talking loudly about it to the administration saying this is wrong. And he's a Democrat. Well, I certainly hope dean that the Hispanics in those areas like the south part of Texas really hit back at the Democratic Party and send a message loud and clear in November. Hey, thank you very much for joining me with your perspective. I really appreciate it quest for perspective dot com. That's the website. Or
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Here over at the national policy published an entire article going through Jeff Zucker's height. CNN finally enough once upon a time before a lot of people's living memories was actually mean we're talking 20 odd years ago, right? They sent reporters into the field. They were still had liberal bias all Trump derangement syndrome. And then comes along and he starts hiring these people, Chris Cuomo's last season, all of these types who have no journalistic credentials. Zero, you don't know how to do the news. They have no interest in doing the news. They are state level propagandists, and now want to AT&T merger the new incoming management of CNN, they're going, well, hold on a minute. We have no believe us, we are losing people in this way. And so they are losing these anchors now in this way for journalism. Raheem kassam from the national pulse, thank you so much for joining us. Great work as always. We appreciate it. Thank you, Charlie. Anytime you too. So what is a luxury belief? A luxury belief is something that the ruling class collects. Now, I did not come up with the term luxury belief. It was written in a New York Post article by rob Henderson. And he wrote this phenomenal piece a couple of years ago, three years ago almost. And he writes, quote, a former classmate of mine from Yale, recently told me that monogamy is kind of outdated. The idea of having one partner and not good for society. So I asked her what her background is and if she planned to marry. She said she comes from an affluent family and works at a well-known technology company. Yes, she personally intends to have monogamous marriage, but quickly added that marriage shouldn't have to be for everyone. She was raised by a traditional family, she plans on having a traditional family, but she maintained that traditional families or old fashioned societies should evolve beyond them. You see rob Henderson argues in this piece that upper class Americans use a display their social status with luxury goods, such as a Hermes scarf or Gucci or dolce and gabbana or designer shoes. Now they do so by they show their wealth off by their luxury belief. Rob Henderson writes, people care a lot about social status. In fact, research indicates that respect and admiration for our peers are even more important than money of our sense of well-being. So this is what has happened in the upper middle class. I just offer middle class, but the wealthy wealthy pocket enclaves across America. It's happened in Aspen. It's happened in teton county. It's happened in Seattle Tacoma, Washington, in Silicon Valley, outside of Washington, D.C., and Martha's Vineyard in Kenny bunk port, Maine. I could go on. There are about 8 or ten of these enclaves of hyper wealthy people. Now there's nothing wrong with being hyper wealthy if you've earned it and if I mean obviously if you inherited that's fine too, but the point is, I'm not trying to make a moral judgment about creating wealth. I think it could be a great thing. It's what you do with it that really matters and also how you got it, which is important, meaning did you lie steal and cheat to get it or are you doing something that is courageous and something that is virtuous with it. Now the more important question is if you have all of these resources and this money and then instead of buying another house or buying a yacht or buying a boat, you wear these luxury beliefs as if it's some sort of a social status competition. So for example, in Aspen, Colorado, there's a cocktail party. It is almost a one upsmanship of where they say yes, you know, I have a Gulfstream 6 50. Oh, really? I have the challenger and I have a falcon and they're kind of I have a global express. They're all talking about how big their planes are. Now they go to a cocktail party and they say, you know, you know, I gave $5 million to BLM. Oh, really? Well, I just gave $7 million to the ACLU. Or I gave 8 million to Planned Parenthood. And then they'll start talking and they'll say, oh yes, you know, you know, borders are so antiquated. Hey, hey, make sure you close the gate before you get onto my property. They don't believe their own ideas. Or they're whining and dining and pitkin county or Kenny bunk port Maine about the ill effects of climate change and they say, oh yeah, let's go to Paris. On our Gulf Stream. They don't believe their own stuff. But it gives them a sense of currency. They trade on these luxury beliefs, no matter how contradictory they are to their own life. And I said this for many years. This is one of my main arguments that I made on college campuses, is that conservatives are perfectly consistent with our private and public beliefs. For example, I believe in borders, I have nothing against people living in gated communities. I believe in school choice, I support homeschooling and sending kids to private schools. I support fire ownership. I'm okay having armed guards at our events. But the left has a tension where you can call it hypocrisy. That is that is not the proper analysis. It is not hypocrisy. It is hierarchy. It's not about them saying one thing and doing another. They think they're better than you. Rules need not apply to us the ruling class. Luxury beliefs are very dangerous. They're dangerous because the people that are pushing them forward on an otherwise naive population, they would never have that happen to their own family, their own society. The monogamy one is great, which is, yeah, do whatever you want to do whenever you want to do it, put us in our waspy white Anglo Saxon Protestant khaki wearing enclave, we believe in traditional marriage around here. 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"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"So rob, can you build this out a little bit more, the archetype of a traditional congressional staffer, 23, pretty arrogant, you know, where's they all wear the same clothes? You know, kind of the thinly trimmed beard, you know what I mean? Am I right? Yeah, absolutely. And there's actually an Instagram account that puts together basically starter packs of what these people look like. And you've gotten the profile exactly correct. More importantly than some of those characteristics is actually what motivates them to come into politics. I like to joke that D.C. is full of a lot of these second sons of east coast businessmen who want to keep them as far away from the family business as humanly possible. It's a lot of the kids of donors, the fail sons, the ones who you really didn't want to have anywhere near the money making for the family. They're third, fourth generation wealth. And unfortunately, a lot of the systems in D.C. have acclimatize themselves to that. And that has real consequences. So for instance, most of the early internships you get in D.C. are unpaid or very poorly paid. And so what ends up happening is that only people that are wealthy enough. That's exactly right. Yes. So basically only people that otherwise would be in Kenny bunk port can afford rent for three months in Washington, D.C.. Is that right? Exactly. And the internships don't pay a living wage. They're designed for those people. And so those are the people who enter the pipeline, the people who come from these powerful backgrounds, the people who are not invested in the struggles of working class, middle class people in the country and certainly people who have been so removed from the Republican base for generations at this point that they'd have utter contempt if they went to a local Tea Party meeting or our local geo meeting for the people they're supposed to be representing. Staff is everything. We're going to keep talking about this with sir rob Sharma. I'm going to, what's your website? American moment dot org. American moment dot org, so there's so many different angles I want to go with this. I want to just focus in, I'm just kind of more of the technical aspect, which is our government is headquartered in the Washington D.C.. And if you want to become a congressional staffer, then you're likely going to be a son or daughter of a family that can afford you to not work. That summer can afford for you to pay for your rent that summer, and I'm going to tell you kind of some of the ways I figured that out myself as I play into the stereotypes of the overly waspy population that seems the staff are government over the summer..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on Car Talk
"Brothers. I mean, are we really? It's hard to believe that we're so different. Come on, don't remember you. You know, we have a sister. And we do. She claims that to know you. She claims that she doesn't know what you came from. All of a sudden you were like 30 years old and she doesn't have any recollection of your having been around earlier. It was all she is the reform school, I think that did it. Well, we are here. We are endeavoring to answer. We all endeavor to answer your questions. But first. Well, this sort of has to do with cars. But I promise. This is horrible. I promise that I would give you some of the insights that I've derived over the past couple of weeks that we've been on vacation. And wait a minute, can I ask a question first? How do you differentiate between this continuum of vacation and your professorial duties? What are other classes? That's a classes I'm working if there are no classes on vacation. So you work for like a week in September three weeks in October, one week in December. You don't work in January. February, you managed to take a trip someplace and you escape someone else teaches your classes. Right. March. A couple of weeks, April. Final exams, and that's it. So you work about 5 weeks out of the year. And the rest of the time must be what, by definition. Vacation. I just want to clarify that because I really wasn't sure. And I think your wife will benefit from knowing yourself. Well, I have to share a great texture. For example, yesterday, what time do you go into work? The what? Go ahead. In fact, that's relevant to what I was just going to say that I have to share with you. I was talking to our great technical editor John law at the other day. And he was asking me to Sebastian. And he was trying to arrange with me to pick up a car that he had delivered to us. And he was checking on my schedule. So he said that to me, well, what time are you getting home from work? And I said, actually, I have to leave early today because I got something to do. Tonight. He said, you're going to leave your office early, and I said, yeah, I said, well, don't leave too early or you'll pass yourself going in. Did you? I did. I saw myself on the other side. It's like that. It's like that puzzle we had about the monk. The monk going up the mountain. Yeah. Here's the thing. One of my insights. And actually, this is not one of the insights. We were one of the things I've been discussing with myself recently. Given the great great success that I had with gas grills. As you know, I went bonkers when I bought a gas grill. And because I had brought it home and what did I end up with a kit? I ended up with 5000 pieces and I had to spend a day putting it together to make a guess. You didn't see the small print gas grill hobby. Exactly. And I thought it was, first of all, sleazy that they didn't tell it to me. And secondly, ridiculous that the manufacturers could think that they could sell something that they call a gas grill when it isn't the case. You didn't have the right perspective number one. You should have taken it back to the store with the box with the pieces fall as you walked in. Pizza just falling out. And you film all. And you should have said to the sales person, oh, there must be some mistake. I got one that was a whole broken. Can you give me one? All together. Well, as you know, because of this great hoopla that I've brought out. Yes. Now the gas grilled manufacturers are in fact making and selling completely assembled gas grills. In fact, thermos is one of the companies that's been advertising. This is not a bunch of pieces. This is a whole gas that got some nasty letters though, huh? This is ridiculous and I won't stand for it. I think it's important that we take a call right now. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7. I love your own Qatar. Kenny losses from Portland Oregon. Hi. Why aren't you from Kenny bunk porn? I've been there. A long time ago. What's up, Ken? Well, my 81 dots in 5 ten is getting increasingly hard to shift. Well, that's because it's time to dump it. No, no. You're kidding? I don't even say things like that to my dots and it hurts its feelings. Yeah, well, on the what circumstances will it not shift? Under most circumstances. What the engine running? I've been a shift. I have to use the procedure sometimes known as double clutching to get it to go into gear without grinding. A first in reverse the worst first and reversed the worst. No, it's not the worst in reverse. No? Second. Give us a hint here. Speak to us, Kevin. Well, I give us a typical scenario of what kinds of things happen. You start the car. It's not consistent. It seems it doesn't have any specific RPM. Sometimes it shifts just beautifully. And then
"kenny bunk" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"And as I teased in the intro and before the break, you are famous. And I mean, we found more so for helping your clients make more in 12 weeks than they made in the previous 12 months combined, how the heck do you do that? Well, first of all, I do want to say, John, before I go any further, that it is such an honor to be back on this program. And as I'm sure you know, I'm one of the only humans on this planet who's been on your program four times. So my fourth appearance on entrepreneurs on fire. And I don't know if I'm the only one, but I'm certainly one of the few. And I've been saying for years, I've one of the only ones I've been on three times. Now I could really break it 7 on four times. That's a big brag. And I always also brag to people I say, I knew Jay LD before he was JP. He was this guy in Portland Maine. I'm from Kenny bunk board. He's from Portland. That's one of the ways that we connected. But I'm on show one 35 out of what, what do you want? Show 10,000 now. Close, 3600. Yeah, exactly. I'm just saying, it is just such a thrill and honor to be. I just wanted to make sure I got that in before, you know, we went through. Thank you. It really is an honor. So how do I, how do I help people make more than 12 weeks? Then they made the previous 12 months. Well, here's what I want everyone to realize. The full promise that we have. And we deliver this promise is I help people make more than 12 weeks, and they made in the past 12 months while gaining while literally winning back one to three hours per day, and four to 8 weeks per year. So think about that. So imagine if I were to say to you, hey, here's how you make more than 12 weeks in the past 12 months..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"It was a sham that was picked up by the mainstream media and they ran from here to Sunday and back with it over and over and over again to drive home some narrative that really Donald Trump was nothing but a Russian spot. In fact, if you look at all the clips from from after the election and I won't bore you with more Hillary Clinton sound bites, but I was always struck by her saying sort of the Russians. The Russians did it, right? He wasn't really our president. And don't forget that narrative that came out immediately after he won, not my president. Remember how many people in the Democrat party? I mean, we're talking representatives in Congress, Maxine waters comes to mind, not my president, was their narrative, like getting it. You know what? Look, I have a healthy respect for everybody wanting to honor their own candidates, but I'm sorry, you can't sit there and say not my president, I mean, bottom line, the president of the United States is the president of the United States. I'm reminded of this because I remember growing up summers. I was a lucky kid, you know, for sort of middle class kid from New Hampshire. We had a place up in Maine, Kenny bunk main. Kenny bunk beach Maine during the summer and I remember being there as a kid with my grandmother who was a staunch Democrat. And we lived one Peninsula over from walker's point, which was the Peninsula that the Bush family had, and that was the Bush family compound. And I remember that the president used to come by on his boat because he was good friends, childhood friends with somebody who lived nearby me on our little Peninsula of which there were many houses. We didn't have the whole thing like they did. Anyways, he come by on his boat and my grandmother who really had a hard time standing at that time. She would struggle to get up out of her chair, she'd do it every single time, and she'd give a big wave and I remember looking at her and saying, well, Graham, you know, he's a Republican. And you're a Democrat. You make it very clear how much you don't like Republicans, right? And she looked at me and she said, Trish. He is the president of the United States of America. And I always wave honor, respect. The president of the United States of America and I was just a kid, but you know what? I took that in. And I think that's always been relevant to me. So it really irritated me when I saw those Democrats out there saying not my present with Donald Trump because at that point they really showed no respect for the office. But I'm going to tell you they went even further than that. They wouldn't even further because they suggested all this garbage was true. In fact, it's all coming out right now because of John Durham's trial, Michael sussman, who is the guy who the lawyer, who actually was working on behalf of the clintons and GPS fusion GPS and the whole, lot of them. Who took those claims about Donald Trump that so called dossier that frankly read like a total piece of opposition research, I mean, it should have been in star magazine or something. Anyway, if anybody like read it, which I did, it was quite obvious. It couldn't actually be credible. It wasn't written in any kind of credible way. Anyway, he took this thing to the FBI, which initially dismissed it, right? Because a logical person would, and yet he was pretty persistent, he said he was not acting on behalf of any client, which is why he's in hot water right now with Durham, and yet it turns out he seemed to have been working according to prosecutors, I should qualify that because prosecutors have since presented evidence that mister sussman was actually working with cyber researchers and the opposition research firm fusion GPS to produce all these claims on behalf of Clinton campaign and then to go and feed them to the FBI. So all this starts coming out, the FBI initially allegedly wasn't that interested, but eventually decided it was worth pursuing and that got leaked. I mean, what complete total mess. So we wound up with the whole Mueller investigation. In other words, we got on this path because of political dirty tricks. I mean, if this doesn't tell you how disgusting the whole political world is, and certainly the Hillary Clinton camp that engaged in this disgusting, pathetic, frankly dangerous behavior. I don't know what does. Because she okayed this. So according to her campaign manager, this all again came out in the trial, she was like, A-okay,.
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Things. Well, let me start with the order in which they heard the cannonball. With George Bush senior, George H. W. Bush. This was during the out years during the Carter years when Bush was running to be the next nominee of the Republican Party. And he had a reasonable shot at it. And he was building a staff. He reached out to me. I didn't know him well. And he reached out to me and said, would you consider coming on my political staff for the campaign? And I didn't know him well. And I said, well, let me think about it. So the next thing I know, I see called invited me to come stay at Canada for a weekend. No, pause right there, David, but we got to take a quick break and I want people to know you're on your way to Kenny bunk port to talk with George H. W. Bush when we take the break. On the other side of this break, America. We're not going to have any more breaks. We're just going to talk. So we won't interrupt David anymore. The book is heart touched with fire. The whole podcast and this radio interview will be available later today over at the podcast and on the radio show I'm going to accept some of this tomorrow because you got to hear the story about HW and the one about Bill Clinton and where we disagree about young people where we agree about young people hearts touch with fire really wonderful book for young folks and old. Back now on other affiliates and on the highly concentrated Hugh podcast with David gergen when we went to break on the radio show David you were saying the George H. W. Bush was running for president in 1980. I want you to join the team and fight you to Kenny bunk port. Yes, exactly. So I get to the airport about 20 miles away and I'm looking around for a driver, couldn't find a driver and then I was asked to report to some desk there. And the airport terminal. And I did and there's Barbara Bush and George H. W. Bush who had driven these 20 miles to go pick me up. And I was like, Florida. I mean, I just assumed like, I'm pretty much a flunky here. Why are you driving? I was very impressed. And then I went home with them to their home and what I discovered was they had a democratic congressman as a guest for the weekend. And in a partisan world, that was just sort of unheard of. But I was very pleased to see that because they were friends. They had been longtime friends, and they got together. And I spent a wonderful weekend, then I was leaving on a Monday morning. I had a plane out of that same terminal. At 5 30 in the morning, it was knocked on my door. My bedroom door. And I opened it, and it was George H. W. Bush. And he had a cup of coffee and he said here, I thought you might need this to get started. And he was so, he was so gentlemanly, it was so warm. And we got to the airport, he said, you know, I like having, I'd like to get to know people before I ask them to serve on my staff. And I'd like to get to know who they really are. And that's why we behave the way we did this weekend. We really wanted to get to know who you are. That's such a takeaway for leaders. Don't hire on resumes. I mean, resumes matter, but don't hire on a resume, 'cause if you don't get along with someone, you're screwed. And it Bill Clinton and Morocco. Real Clinton and Morocco..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"None of this is new. And in relation to trying to prevent tribes from self governance. None of it is Neil. They'll come up with all kinds of little stumbling blocks to prevent self governance at every juncture, and if they're all possible, like they'll worry about impacts of tax changes. And expanded tribal jurisdiction in court matters. And conservation of wildlife management. We've talked about all of these things. On this show. Multiple times. And you know, all I can say is here we go again. None of this is new. It's all kabuki theater. And I'm hoping the tribes fight harder than they've been fighting. And I hope those that are opposing them lose horribly and then grand fashion and we'll I hope they'll never be able to try to. Stifle tribal self governance anymore. What's the matter with people? Now the article says that the bill passes, the democratic control legislature also faces the threat of a veto by a democratic governor Janet mills. Who favors more limited reforms? Okay, so even the governor is trying to limit. If I'm reading this right, trying to limit self governance of the tribes that was mentioned earlier in the article. You know, the penobscot, the Pacific quality, holds in bad balance sheet. The rustic band Mick ma, you know, why are they so hot to trot on taking these tribes and nations right to govern themselves away? Now the article said the sweeping Bill which follows years of tension between the state and the tribes and it's been debated for two years because of pandemic related delays, of course it's going to be just another excuse. We'll throw this out there. So we can forgo it for another two years. You know, the bill aims to remove all sovereignty restrictions imposed on main tribes by the 1980 settlement act. Or acts, they should say, appear federal and state laws that erased the tribes, land claims to two thirds of the state in exchange for $81.5 million. Now the article says, under the settlement, Maine tribes have fewer sovereignty rights than all of the 570 federally recognized tribes in the United States. Here, tribes are treated more like municipalities rather than a sovereign nations, the article says. So. There's been support for this bill, and I'm hoping that the support continues. But I'm wondering why the governor is seeking a more limited approach. Now, the builds opposed by the mills administration and the administration has offered a more limited proposal to be negotiated with tribal leaders. Now, the judiciary committee will take up the governor's suggested Bill or amendments. And it's called the amended version of LD 8 sorry, LD 5 8 5. Now the governor's a bill would allow tribes to participate in mobile and in person sports betting, something that means to establish casinos oppose. Since they are prohibited from offering such betting and it would also remove sales tax from certain goods and services produced and consumed on tribal territories or give the revenues from those taxes to the tribes. And let's state taxes on incomes earned by tribal members on their reservations. Now LD one 6 two 6 would greatly enhance the tribe's power over land use. Natural resources, environmental measures, taxation and other matters on tribal land. And has the support of the top democratic leadership in both chambers. Who would be Senate president Troy Jackson? And House speaker Ryan facto. Or facto. Now, state laws with the exception of gambling would no longer apply, not only on reservations, but also untrusted land, which is owned by tribes for tribal use and benefit. But its subject to federal laws. The bill would also exempt tribes from paying state or local to sales tax on their respective territories, and would exempt a members from paying income tax under certain conditions. Now, some of those conditions include that, the income tax is earned on or from activities on or sourced to their territory, and that a tribal member or his or her business is based in that territory. Excuse me, now there's a plan to offer an alternative. Representative Christopher Babbage, Democrat from Kenny bunk. Voted against the Talbot Ross bill as amended. Instead, he said he would offer an alternative proposal that would incorporate certain elements of the bill dealing with taxation, criminal and civil jurisdiction of tribes and a consultation process set up between tribes and the state government. He, however, opposed a proposed expansion of the areas where tribe could acquire land and put it in trust. So you see. I can't really say that these folks up in Maine are working to benefit the tribes up there. Not many of them anyway. It's really sad when. We have a group of people who are dedicated to take from another group of people all they can. And then try to take some more. And that's the case here. You know, the tribes have a right to self.
"kenny bunk" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"About where we went this weekend? Let's talk a little bit about the truckers convoy. That's why I'm calling. I am so happy that you're there covering this. Well, I am too, and I wasn't going to. This was a last minute decision, but you know what? I was so so happy to see this celebration of patriotism and love of country, Catherine. As am I, I was able to be in Kenny bunk main at the blessing of the fleet when the northeast convoy left. And I have followed the convoy, the whole way across the country. Wow. And isn't it great to see people who are actually putting things, they're not like a bunch of rich white kids living in their mama's basement burning down police stations. These are truckers that are sacrificing their income to be there. They're doing it for freedom for all of us. From overreaching the government, freedom from medical mandates. You bet you bet. All right, Catherine, great to hear from you. Maybe I come visit you someday and in beautiful mane. Jason's in Columbus, Ohio. Hey, Jason, how are you doing, sir? Hey, doing fantastic, Mike, how are you? I'm great. I'm great. I hear you're part of the convoy. Well, inadvertently, so I live in, I live in Columbus, Ohio. And I'm a roughing estimator. I travel all over central Ohio. So I'm in Springfield earlier this week. I had to look at a couple of roast down there into the day. I'm headed back to Columbus and I realized I'm in the convoy. I'm surrounded by the flags, the cars, everything you're talking about. Every single overpass, we went by, there was hundreds of people. That's what I saw. I saw that too. When I would drove, I flew into Baltimore, BWI airport. I drove from Baltimore into Hagerstown, the overpasses were filled with people, and they weren't even necessarily the convoy wasn't even driving that route when we got there Saturday morning, but they were out there to support them. I was trying to take pictures and videos that it was as safely as I could driving. I got to be honest. It hit me in the fields a little bit. I felt like I was part of something. I kept thumbs up and then hawk and everybody that was in the I saw plates from Texas, Arkansas, California, Nevada, everywhere in between. People from all walks of life, I could tell. And I was like, this is America. This is America. I love that. Thank you, Jason. Safe travels and I'm glad you wound up even inadvertently being a part of the convoy. It was such a great day incidentally to watch what we saw on Salem news channel. I took a lot of videos, Derek was with me. He took a lot of videos. We took a lot of pictures. Most of the videos you see right now on Salem news channel are from my iPhone. And I had so much fun. And I was praying that it would be a successful, peaceful protest. As Maureen Steele, one of the co organizers of the event told us, they were worried about people trying to disrupt it. My conversation with the great Maureen steel from the beautiful state of Montana coming up in just a couple of moments. I prayed on Friday as well about our food for the poor campaign and let me just quickly give you some great news. This is so exciting. We had a goal of $40,000 to help children all over the world. And this Christian ministry, this relief organization, is doing God's work. We're proud to partner with food for the poor in our spring campaign. And all of our other shows are doing great too. I think it's raised about ten or 11,000 and gorka and elder, they're all raising a few $1000. And we're all we're all collectively trying to help children all over the world. My goal was 40. And on Friday, we had 25,000 already raised, which is incredible for the first week, but I thought we could do better. And I prayed on the air. Lord, please touch our listeners hearts, and let's get to $40,000 before weeks end..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"So can say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Sure, thanks for having me on the show, John, and hello fire nation. Something unusual about me? Well, I had 330 kids in my high school graduating class. And one of the only things that all those people knew about me in high school was that my career ambition was to be the director of the David Letterman show. And I always wanted to be behind the scenes and kind of not stand out. And I think probably the reason that people didn't know much about me was because I was really, really shy. In fact, I was voted the shyest person in the class. So for years, I was really embarrassed about that. Mostly because of all the opportunities that I felt like I missed to connect with people and for them to get to know me. But really, I think in the end, it was probably a gift because the pain that was associated with that title really forced me to struggle outside my comfort zone. And I think it was that recognition that struggle is a good thing when it means overcoming our fears and our limiting beliefs. And that was really probably one of the things that really led me to start my own business. Well, that's a great and interesting share and a great life lesson as well. So definitely appreciate you sharing that. And fire nation as I mentioned briefly in the intro, we're going to be giving an incredible audio masterclass today on using credit cards to get an edge for your business. We're going to be talking about some really important things. So I don't want to waste any time with any fluff. I want to dive right in and can one thing that I really love that comes from your mouth very often is do good by the world and buy your employees. This is your approach to business. Tell us why this is your approach and why it works. You know, it's really simple. It's always been a simple thing for me. And that is just treat people the way that you want to be treated. And everything really always works out that way. I've always been very empathetic. I think that's a skill that has gone has helped me be successful in sales. I'm always empathetic with other people. I spend a lot of time thinking about how other people feel and kind of putting myself in their shoes. And so for me, succeeding by only acting with integrity and doing the right thing by all the stakeholders in our business, whether they be suppliers or employees or clients is really the only way I want to be successful. So it was kind of a no brainer for me. Do good by the world and buy your employees. Just think about that fire nation. And something that I think goes a long nicely with this is be humble, be happy. For me, when I was growing up, I can always remember my uncle saying those words to me. And I was just like, I didn't really get it, but I always kind of associated being humble with being happy. I'm like, well, I want to be happy in my uncle says I need to be humble. And so that humbleness was really a big part of me growing up and kind of maturing. Through the army, through corporate finance and then now running my own business, be humble, be happy. So going along with what you just shared is your thoughts behind that. What do you think Ken about being humble? Does that play a part in what you do at all? Oh my God, it's so resonates with what our company is about. And in fact, that's the reason behind calling the company good start packaging is really having some humility and we call it good start packaging because we really feel like doing something for the environment or with business or self or your health every single day is what matters. And that's what generates momentum. We don't pretend as a company that we have the best solution ever out there. We are ultimately about disposable products. We are about compostable disposable products. And we think they are for a lot of people. A step in the right direction. But I think people are in this age of all the advertising messages and politicians and so forth. There's so much hyperbole out there. And there's so much cynicism and distrust as a result in consumers mind. I think people are starving for messages that are just are transparent and honest and not full of hyperbole. And that are humble. So it really does connect with me a lot. Well, be humble, be happy, feel free, Ken, to use that phrase at any point. Just give me credit the first few times you use it, but then it's yours for life. Be humble, be happy. Now, what are your philosophies that I really do love? And this is for you fire nation. This is for success as a small business owner. This philosophy is don't do one big thing. Do a thousand little things to get an edge. Now, I want to talk about this because you hear a lot of people just say, focus on one thing, just do one thing. Then you're hearing other people say, well, be a renaissance man or a woman and do a thousand little things. And again, I want to kind of rephrase what your philosophy is and then have you expound upon that. Don't do one big thing. Do a thousand little things to get an edge. What does that mean? I think that some of the inertia for a lot of people behind doing anything that they consider big like starting a business or getting in shape or whatever is because they think of it as this monumental thing and they have to be incredibly successful at one big huge thing, but the truth is, I think that most people are successful over time by doing lots of small things that collectively add up to a lot of things. And that's ultimately what, again, good start packages just means about in a snake. It's about, it's not just about the cup, if you will, the disposable cup in our case. It's about the consciousness around that and inspiring other people to do more. And when you do a little bit, you actually get excited and say, gosh, what else can I do? And so a lot of the things that we do are really centered around that kind of philosophy and a lot of the success that we've had over time is not due to any one specific big thing. We don't have any patents. We don't have any secret sauce. We don't have venture capital that has helped us kind of buy our way into the marketplace. It's doing a thousand little things really, really well, whether it's programs for our employees, programs for our clients, improving our website, or one of the things that we believe heavily is finding opportunities to not just increase our top line revenue, but finding creative ways to reduce our cost and in ways that don't take a lot of resources. And one of the things that we've done in recent years, for example, was we started getting educated about rewards credit cards. And we came upon this credit card called the smart card. It's from Capital One. And it's credit card that we use quite extensively for our business because it gives 2% cash back an unlimited cash back on everything that you bought. And we buy a lot of stuff for our business adviser as much stuff as we can on this car. And it adds up to a lot of money. And I think a lot of businesses leave a lot of money on the table. Just little things like that that actually end up being a big convenience for us, but that 2% with a recharging lunches out with our employees or travel or our cost of goods, last year was $36,000 this year, added up to 50 is going to add up to $51,000 that goes right to our bottom line. And that's made a huge impact for us as a small business. We use those funds towards pretty much exclusively towards giving back to our employees group continue to invest in our employees, whether it be through additional benefits, health insurance and bonus programs as well. This is one thing we talk about quite a bit fire nation on this show is entrepreneurs, businesses, they're not running out of ideas. They're not running out of enthusiasm and excitement. They're running out of money. They're running out of time. So whatever you can do in your business to elongate that time to increase that dollar that's going to elongate that time, you need to be doing these type of things. And one thing that we talked a little bit about in the intro was your company can, which is good start packaging. You're a supplier of compostable takeout containers for restaurants based around New Hampshire. I don't think you probably know this, but I'm actually a mainer Kenny bunk for the win. So I definitely love the tri state area. And you have been using for your company credit cards to help your business out as you mentioned. I mean, over $50,000 that would not have been coming back into your pocket is now coming back as a result of you. Wisely using spark as a rewards card. So talk about maybe one or two other ways that you're using credit cards to really help.
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's run in The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us is Kelly shackelford from first celebrity first liberty dot org. I get that right? You got it man. We've been doing a lot of partnerships together this year. Your supreme coup and many other things. But you just argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. Is that right? Yeah, we had an argument last week. It's a big deal. Tell us about it. It's a case out of Maine where for if you're in Maine, most of the school districts do not have a public school. So for over a hundred years, they've said, we're just going to let the parents pick any public any private school, put their kids there, and we'll use the state tuition amount, and they can just pair it to whichever one. Until a few decades ago, they just said, you know, we're going to change that. And we're just going to say you can pick any school you want as long as it's not a religious school. Wow. And well, we said you can't do that. You can't, you can't create a program where everybody gets treated the same, except discriminating against very orwellian. Yeah. Some are equal. And so our favorite my favorite question in the oral argument was about justice Alito. He asked the main attorney. He said, so. CRT school, okay. White supremacist school, okay. Wow. Religious school, not okay. What was the answer? The answer is, well, if we had white supremacist schools or CRT schools, I think our legislature would create a new law to take care of those. But the point is, under this law, the only people that get discriminated against are the parents who want to choose the school is best for their kids and it's a religious school. And I mean, we had clients, farmers didn't have the money, and they were being robbed of the ability to part of Maine is this. What the whole state? So you say there's no public schools in part of the main? Most of the school districts no public schools. So what kind of schools do they have? They just have, you know, private schools that pop up other schools, but you can use taxpayer money to go to those schools. Is that right? Including you can go to the most exclusive all girls school in Portland Maine or whatever. And it's $67,000 and you just take your look and you can apply there and it discriminates there on the basis of sex. Does all these things that public schools can't do? But that's fine. The one thing you can't do is go to just curious main hasn't had a public school system for a while. Parts have public school systems? Yes. Parts. Maybe banger or Portland or Kenny bunk port. Half of half of the school, they're called essays, but they're basically school districts. Have a school. And so you can go to the public school. But if you can't, which is why the rural areas in these other areas, what do you do? What I've said, well, you will allow you to take this and go to a voucher. That's right..
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Long Run
"And our vision, which is similar to what Illumina is, the genomics is improving the lives of everyone. And we make the picks and shovels, but it was great spending time with the people that actually transform the genomics and transform the industry. So it looks like you left in 2017. So you're there 1112 years by this point, Illumina's dominant in the market, number one DNA sequencing, better, faster, cheaper sequencing had really been popularized around the biomedical research enterprise worldwide. Why do you leave? Well, you know, I run really hard. And so I had been working very, very hard, even from the as soon as we, you know, even from the very beginning. And it was an absolute thrill, but at some point, you know, I needed to really spend some time with my family. I had a young family at the time and we had been very successful at alumina in my wife encouraged me to take some time. And so we decided to retire and we bought a sailboat and took the kids out of school. And we homeschooled them as we went on an adventure to a sailing adventure, which lasted almost three years. And the reason why we did that fundamentally was we wanted to teach our children about how big the world is and how much opportunity and possibility there is out there for people. And also about change and about learning about adversity and resilience and managing your fear, you know, 'cause sometimes when you're out on the ocean, you know, you're reliant on yourself and we were able to teach our kids those lessons and we sailed as far as north as Nova Scotia and as far south as Venezuela and everywhere in between and so it was time to really give back to my family. And so that's what we did. I still maintained my connections and managed still sat on some boards of directors. One of the boards I still sit on today is ginkgo bioworks, which is in synthetic biology and we recently went public through a spac and so that's been very exciting. But yeah, so I decided we needed to give to our kids because we just wouldn't get that time back. And how old were they? At this time? They were my little one was 5 and my older one was like, let's see, 12. So she was the older my older daughter was going into 8th grade and my little one was going into kindergarten. And you really did this for three years. We did. We did. And it was incredible. And quite frankly, the principal reason why we got off the boat was COVID. We were down in the Caribbean. And it was becoming very, very difficult to get around. By this time, I had already joined the PAC bio board too, by the way. And it was very difficult to get around, so we decided we needed to get the boat out of the water so we raced down to Antigua down to Grenada. And we got the boat out of the water and then we got the second to last flight out of Grenada to New York. Before they shut the airport for 6 months. And so along the way, we had purchased a home in Kenny bunk port Maine, which is where I am today. And we hunkered down for COVID here. And so that's what kind of ended the trip, are my older daughter, though, she did go, she ended up living on the boat with us for about a year and a half. Give or take and then she went off to boarding school. So she's a senior now at Hotchkiss in Connecticut. Which is one of the reasons why we're still on the east coast. Well, that's such an interesting story. But you were pretty young to retire as you say. And you did keep your connections alive with ginkgo as you referenced a couple other boards. How did you decide? And I suppose you probably recharge your batteries naturally out there in nature. How did you decide to join the pack bio board? Because this would have been like Illumina's wonderful competitors. You knew this company quite well. From a competitive distance? Sure. Why join the board? Well, so I joined the board in 2018 prior to aluminum making the bid to acquire PAC bio. And the reason why I joined the board is that first of all, if you look at the board super high quality individuals and I wanted to I wanted to learn from them. And then second, the technology was coming into its own in the sense that they were getting ready to launch a new chip, the 8 M chip, which is really the sequel to the foundation of the sequel too. And so I believed that this new chip and the new tech, the new technology would help drive the business. And I also believe at a fundamental level long read sequencing technologies extremely important to the future of diagnostics. And I believe that back in 2018. And so I decided to join the board. Months later, alumina came knocking to acquire the company because they saw, let's hold there and come to that later. For those not familiar, can you kind of juxtapose Illumina and pack bile like the fundamentals of their technology? They're short read at alumina and long read at PAC bile. What does that mean? And why is that important? Yeah, so Illumina has a technology called sequencing by synthesis. And that's a short read technology. And what short reads mean is that you sequence smaller fragments of DNA. So these fragments of DNA can be.
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Charlie today mark milley and his cabal have just confirmed bob woodward's reporting on calls the chinese communist generals now mark milius trying out a new strategy. It's bold we'll see if it works out for him which is usually when you're accused of treason like general portray s. You deny it and deny it stretched out over a couple of years and then finally admit that some details might have been right and covered up. Mark milley is going all in mark milley says oh you better believed. I talked to the chinese communist party. In fact i talked to him about white rage. He told me about art of war. And i told him about the art of woke. There's beautiful means going around of kind of this picture of millions as general mealea which is always give you the plans to the enemy before he strike. Inform your enemy of your attack plans. General me lee. A really kind of does make you wonder is mark. Milley the source for woodward's book muscle. Charlie why would you want to do that. Makes himself seem as the defender of democracy is what they're calling him. Mark milley stood against the fascist dictatorship. That was donald. Trump was willing to do what was necessary. We are seeing the country radically change culturally and the institutions. That wants to work a certain way. I'm an revolutionized revolutionized nearly completely from within the cut fifty four president trump. That if this is true which is hard to believe he would have called china than this is treason. What is true. He just admitted that it's true and it happened while undermining donald trump cut fifty four so first of all if it is actually true which is hard to believe that he would have called China and these things and was willing to advise them of an attack or in advance of it attack that's treason i don't know if they have him on tape saying this. I've found woodward. And i found his cohorts to be extremely dishonorable people. That's why do an interview with him. And i think he's highly overrated. This guy is one of the most overrated guys. He's a sleighs. Well someone's confirming woodward's reporting and millie running the military believes he's better then you the constitution so. Millie swore an oath to the constitution of the united states. He violated that constitution now in a functioning society in a mature society. In a prudent society. Mark milley should be court-martialed and put in prison for the rest of his life for treason. Instead mark milley will be treated as a hero. He will get a very lucrative lucrative book deal. There will be a net flicks series made about the day that millie saved democracy. He'll get a fellowship at some. Think tank you've never heard of for hundreds of thousands of dollars a year and mark. Milley will end up becoming a guest lecturer at harvard. School of statecraft that george washington international school of public affairs and mark milley will rest out his days in kenny bunk. Portland maine wining and dining amongst the defense industrial complex smirking and smiling as his grandchildren learn mandarin. He's okay with that mark. Milley is perfectly fine with his grandchildren learning mandarin. As long as he gets wealthy he gets rich and he stays fat and happy. Cut seventy the current regime. Jen zaki and the biden cabal. What are they saying about. Mark milley ono. They say it's patriotic. You see the bine regime is saying that what mark milley did was good for the country. So i hope you're taking notes at home to go against the chain of command to violate the constitution of the united states to give our enemies a heads up before we do anything or to even slightly give them a preview. The biden regime calls that patriotic. Meanwhile china is sending hundreds of thousands of spy to our country that call themselves college students and that is not conjecture that has been proven they build confucius institutes on college campuses. They hack our cyber grip grit. And can we just do not even remember. Let's just take a deep pause. They launched a bio weapon intentionally or unintentionally called the chinese corona virus that killed hundreds of thousands of americans that are still mutating. We locked ourselves down in response to that but the biden regime. They think it's patriotic to give our enemies preference. Play seventy well. It's the obligation of every chairman of the joint chiefs to follow constitutional orders to prevent unlawful military action. That's what the president believes. I'm not going to give further analysis other than to say that. The president believes he's patriotic that he is his fidelity to our constitution is unquestionable and he has complete confidence and patriotic. Complete confidence in mark milley. He's not going anywhere everybody again. George washington school of international affairs. Who will get a book deal to go on television. He'll be they'll be romanticized by the media. They'll be platform for the remainder of his days. Now there is no honor amongst thieves. But they don't care about honor. One thing that i've realized is the people in charge of this country. Used to have a little bit of shame when they did something wrong. Now they have arrogance an smug attitude and pride. They don't care the mark milley doesn't care that half the countries in the think of him a traitor. He doesn't care jen. psaki doesn't care either. Joe biden definitely doesn't care they kind of just associated with who they want to associate with the almost where it is kind of this weird badge.
"kenny bunk" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"The Charlie Kirk show podcast We're going through this story here It's just a somewhat of a silly story but it goes to show what the left used to be and at least what the base of what liberals said they were defending which was this idea that were countercultural We're going to reject modernity that people are going to try to make money off of our bodies And I talked about this in my conversation And I don't even think I did a good enough job of making the point to be perfectly honest with you Against vous and you guys can listen to that two and a half hour conversation on our podcast and calls himself a libertarian socialist still don't understand how that works But he hates companies massive massive companies making money off each other making money off of people And they're like and now we must go pedal the vaccine And so there was this aspect though of the hippie era that you know we as conservatives made fun of and it's understandable because some of their demands were so outrageous and especially when it came to their embrace of kind of the sexual revolution But there was this part of the hippie era where the hippies were actually more conservative than the Rockefeller conservatives were Not on social conservative not on social issues But on issues that came to maintaining a certain way of life it was the Rockefeller and bush Republicans from Kenny bunk port Maine They were like you know what It's not a big deal all of a sudden if our kids are staring at screens for 7 hours a day Who cares as long as our taxes are low And the hippies that were in the 1960s and 1970s they were the ones that were talking about how technology could become a massive existential threat to human existence I'm going to get so many emails from you guys like oh Charlie why are you praising hippies like shut up hippies were terrible Okay fine that's not the point The point is this Is that this new story from human events dot com that's human events dot com by Jack Pascal human events terrific I know the leadership team there they do a wonderful job I know a lot of people that have worked very hard and getting human events to growing And it is one of the fastest growing conservative websites out there which is a phenomenal story which proves my point Gavin Newsom back in 2019 opposed vaccine mandates in meeting with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. of course the son of Bobby Kennedy whose killer has now been released really strange Saran serran is his name is that right It surrounds around is that the guy who killed him Is that right Yeah that's right Surrounds around And so in this meeting in June of 2019 two years ago in a couple months ago Robert F. Kennedy Jr. who's been on our podcast is a very decent person We agree very little politically I don't know how true that is anymore But anyway the realignment is happening at such a dramatic pace But Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said quote California governor Gavin Newsom has just passed that test with his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal to forcibly vaccinate medically fragile children against the wishes of their parents and the community He said this we don't measure character or leadership by a commander's posture during moments of comfort But by his willingness to stand against the tides of storms tied in storms of collective opinions during eras of controversy and hysteria Robert F. Kennedy Jr. wrote in a Facebook post California governor Gavin Newsom has just passed that test with his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal to forcibly vaccinate medically fraudulent children against the advice of their parents in their position The question is what has changed Newsom said back in 2019 I believe in immunizations However I do legitimately have concerns about a bureaucrat making a decision that is very personal Now it's 2019 And now you have Joe Biden and Gavin Newsom that have now officially closed the book on the entire era of individual body sovereignty And all of a sudden that kind of ties the piece together with this GQ article Is that the last glimpses of California's vanishing hippo utopias yet They're giving a eulogy This is the hippie eulogy It's over JD Vance wonderful guy running for Senate who have endorsed in Ohio has the hillbilly eulogy Elegy not eulogy chief Louis Elegy this is the hippie eulogy To totally different words Hippie eulogy and two totally different things But this is a eulogy They're saying it's done The liberals that used to care about what you put in your body and how you put it in it We control you now You are subservient to the state You are now nothing more than a cog in the corporate machine How did we get here Well as many of us in the conservative movement have experienced is the hyper charged very angry leftist women coming up to you and screaming at you on college campuses because you believe that abortion needs to be ended screaming my body my.
"kenny bunk" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"But wanting kirk. Peter king kali. Oh hey peter how are you. I'm out on the highways and byways of north america bringing everyone the best. 'cause we possible good. I wanted to say thank you kirke. I was me and the bribe. Kenny bunk fort last week to visit candle shop and we stopped at a little roadside place we wanted to taco and got a great barbecue takeout to go. It was spectacular. That's great to hear beer. It was born of a we. We didn't realize you would pay for it all was going. Well you're welcome. I'm happy to help. I'd like to say. Br also kirke. I'd like to say hail and farewell to mrs barnacle retiring from back to america today. Oh is that right. Humble keller circle. Peter sometimes a secret major league too. I thought he was actually reading real. Peter king things last week us at always pretending he was going for training camp to training camp. Yeah oh isn't neto. He's talented a show. Probably yeah you see Rachel maddow got double pay and she's working one day a week. Now shows one day a week half thirty million dollars a year one day one day a week you can go weekly. How sure she'll have special projects that their biggest show. Yep she's One day a week. I can't be true. Is that true. Yep shit special or something that's created. She has to have other things go podcasts. I'm sure that they'll make money from but she's her show is only going to be one day a week. Time looking at gaz who sang that the big guy. He thinks it was controversy trivia. I heard there was like technical issues or something. Yeah go ahead. Six oh three. Christopher i am is chris. I'm listening to some episodes of quantum week. Waiting for kurtz episode to come out. And i'm listening to your Lord of the rings episode. Yeah some a few weeks ago. I have never been more about. How much like how you hate or the ring like. I'm not passionate. I'm with chris thousand percent on this so mocking movies. You like those movies. no. I'm not like them but the passionate love thing i wrote my friend dragged me. See the last one. The one the one best fucking picture and like at the end. They like. I'll tickle each other and some bed i'm like what the fuck is not tissue photo. This is fucking bullshit. It's the most boring movies series. I've had in my life and on and on and on i get ten. The whole thing is fake people pretending to the books. They think they're i think the whole thing is bullshit. Nobody actually liked it. Nobody not a single person. The books i i actually muhammad muhammad is pretty good wise. Fuck fuck you seriously ellison's podcast fuck you. Listen to quantum weekday. That's fine but anyway. This is amy. If you're listening you like ordering don't don't listen this point. I don't know i don't want that. I don't need that. My wife quantum underscore weeks is right and no patriot movie this week. Pet cemetery and a song by cannibals. Good thing your drives me crazy She's created this great. Dale midkiff writes this denise crosby for for grin fred. Gwynne whoever why does better. That's that's true 4:02 in a creepy guy who's Got killed the beginning with his heads. All screwed yeah. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. These end the whole movie too. He keeps popping up. It doesn't fuck them like he's you know in the end he's like it's it's the comic relief. Oh he's definitely walks. Pat and the word is on the theaters kid. A real kid. There was eighty nine fifteen. No fourteen y'all went and like a bunch of us and like i was fucked up a little kid died. That was like this fucked up by car. He sees bobby a little bit in the In the casket. Yeah stephen king's lynn pre strike that the also wrote it like develop wrote the screenplay guess he was super involved with the filming. Yes it's nice like onset everyday not great you see maximum overdrive movie. He directed chameleon so wildly that. But it's like it's fun dad. Well seeking famously hates. His movies is that the film's yeah but he is also hates the kubrick version shining. Which is the greatest movie ever. Kings kings movie takes decker. No i well. Yeah no yes. It's probably true. Hello dave what's that kirk billboard charts guy here to do what's up right. Billboard chart guy he is the first time billboard charts right. I thought this week. We'd explore the top. Ten history of bob seger seven narrow now now now now on our own seven in top ten songs. Seven top ten songs from bob seger sir. I will go with his loan. Number one Shakedown correct eighty seven. You're busted He's never what i think. It's as big as if you look at the accumulation of chart points Shame on the moon which hit number two Which is constantly blocked by billie jean of members correctly. Correct 1982 Well he had the eagles backing him up on fire lake which i think it number six nineteen eighty sir. You are correct. Night against women was a top ten song number five in nineteen eighty How many i have left. You have three left The guy one go ahead still the same number. Four nineteen seventy eight did so. Let's see the start date when he when he said. Bob seger code now now. Oh you just allen our narrow narrow on jesus because the question for you just trying to help. I was doing it. The two left are either up that you got you got. I said he interrupts every week. I know a friend of mine who said that. Somebody was a maximus interruptus. A think dave is being. Are there any left from the eighties. There's one left from the eighties. And obviously one from the seventies amazingly e secrets best known for asked one hundred people is probably old time rock and roll. Maybe and that did not chart the top. Yeah let's turn the page might be two billion. Maybe maybe but i'm saying like you know the was played the most as probably that i think i know the nineteen nine one. It's from the eighties. Yeah my dad. It's one of my dad's favorite songs wasn't gonna bother me there all day the eighties for seekers also from eighty s from against winter. No no it's not. I didn't think it was two.