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"mainland america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Borrowing that we've been talking about on the Euro Euro trading at one O three 84 that European banking conference happening and Frank for today's speakers to watch out for as well. Oil prices poised to end the week lower Brent crude's a quarter of 1% stronger this morning just brushing below $90 a barrel WTI trading at $82 a barrel and Bitcoin's half a percent stronger. It's still low below $17,000, 16,765. That's your Bloomberg radio business flash now as James wolcott stories. Jeremy hunt has unveiled a 55 billion pound package of tax rises and spending cuts in a bid to get the UK's finances back on track. The Chancellor announced a series of measures that will take the country's tax burden to levels not seen since World War II. The plan set out by hunt will contribute to a 7% drop in disposable incomes over the next two years taking living standards in Britain back almost a decade. In the U.S., Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis president James bullard has urged policymakers to raise interest rates even further. The hawkish central banker says inflation has yet to peak and signaled rates should go as far as 5.25% yield jumped on the news with two year treasuries up ten basis points yesterday and the ten year yield rising 8 basis points. And in Asia, North Korea has test fired a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile far enough to be able to reach mainland America. The launch comes a day after warning the U.S. over continued joint military drills with allies in the region. The U.S., Japan and South Korea have all warned that Kim's regime seems to be ready to turn tensions even higher, with its first test of a nuclear bomb in about 5 years. Global news, 24 hours a day, on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries, I'm James Walcott. This is Bloomberg, Caroline. Okay, so we're going to dive into reactions to the budget in just a moment. Thanks so much, James Wilcox for our top stories. So with warnings of weak growth and rising taxes and disposable incomes likely to drop 7% over the next two years, Tina Mackenzie, who is chair of policy and advocacy at the federation of small businesses joins us now. Good morning Tina, thanks for being with us. Good morning. What are your members saying now about this budget? Well, I think the feeling is that there's not really much in here for our members for the small and medium businesses across the country. It's quite a depressing time. I have to say, you know, they're already facing so many pressures from price increase, inflation for them is huge. Supply TMA shoes, liberations, like taxes were up, thresholds of frozen. I think they were hoping for something, something at all to help the smallest, even the micro businesses, and the UK be protected through this really, really challenging time. And it's just a bit disappointing that there was no recognition of the real challenge. There are piercing and not protecting them. We're not really protecting the economy in the UK. What could Jeremy hunt have done to help your members to boost growth given the very grim financial situation the country is facing? Well, we've given them a lot of ideas quite directly. So for example, to protect the smallest businesses on the high street, they could have increased the way of threshold to 25,000. That means that those smallest micro businesses, those little boutiques, could have stayed or been without huge amounts of costs, now it wouldn't have cost a huge amount, but it would have protected those smallest businesses on the high street that would have taken around 200,000 small businesses out of rates. And so that was an idea we did. Another thing that we talked to them about didn't cost a penny. And that was to take action on their payments, businesses are closing small businesses are closing, oftentimes the country because of a lack of cash flow. And in lots of cases, that's because either the public sector or the big businesses are not paying them on time and we've given the ideas of how the government could actually do that in quite a simple way. We can cost them a payment. But alas, they talked about it. They've talked about sporting it, but they didn't take action on it in this. In terms of energy support, I have to say, we were relieved that energy support is guaranteed until they are pro. And we're really going to be talking to the government about continuing that on because that definitely would put some companies under. So looking at there's a whole list of things looking at thresholds. If you're going for groups in society that there's inflation and increase, whether it's benefits, whether it's giving extra help or extra spam to government departments because of that inflation, why on earth do you recognize it across the board? So, you know, with this idea that you've frozen vat thresholds for small businesses, don't you recognize inflation when it's a small business involved. It just doesn't make much sense. Okay, how worried are you about the drop in disposable incomes for consumers and what knock on effect that will have on SMEs? Well, what we're saying to the consumers out there now is don't forget the small businesses. You know, government can't help them completely, but their communities can and the good news is local communities are behind local people in their small businesses. They pay their taxes. They contribute to the communities. They really help through COVID. They employ local people. They're more likely to employ those farther away from the labor market, the more likely to be flexible, and so small communities understand that. And they support them and what we'd say is out to the people that are shopping coming up to Christmas, you know, rather than sit online and do it and maybe the money leaves the country and never ever had any of the parts that help them make a chance or education or our roads, then try and shop with a small business who
"mainland america" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Back to the Jim bohannon show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 and we're talking with congressional candidate Jack Lombardi he's also a techie and we had a call from rob and Richmond California regarding the tendency of some search engines to skew shall we say hyper to the left and Jack was explaining when the clock intervened That was not the big tech people No just our clock And his explanation got into the fact that apparently on average 86% of people who searched or go past the first thing on the search engine So please continue Jack Yeah and just to ramp up that thought I do agree with the caller we did find that it's in subtlety to the naked eye but if you were to look at the percentages of each spot the ten spots that are on the first page of an organic search result you would see that just that movement of where they put those articles though those articles are contextually better and better towards the search result You would see that there is some games being played there and that's for sure for certain that there's no question about that 26 one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 as we talked with Jack Lombardi high-tech entrepreneur and also candidate for the United States Congress Now in particular as regards what you think we should be doing regarding Russian disinformation should we have someone in government or should it be a private sector enterprise which simply goes out and finds every bit of disinformation and makes a point of refuting it I'm sure that would be a pretty labor intensive task but you tell me what would be the best approach here The best approach is actually to address the search social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to start Because many of it finds its way through there and they are going to play favorites for what they're going to allow through because these companies do business all around the world I've grown to distrust them even more because they do other countries are a little more strict that they're allowing some things pass I mean they were just brought before I believe the Senate and I don't know court where they admitted that fact checking was mere opinion Well I mean you could steer society like that They're so powerful So with Russian disinformation playing in there it's how much of it are they letting through how much are they controlling because we used to have stops in here that we control what kind of information got to the mainland America And after the Smith and Mont modernization act of 2012 it seems like a lot of that had changed So at this point you don't know who the trust So my guess or my professional guess I would say is we should start with Facebook and Twitter and move on to Google and see what interest they have in foreign countries and have played sides with any sort of foreign entity When you say interests are we talking financial interests here I must confess I'm not really aware who controls most of these big entities although I gather most are publicly held and publicly traded companies whose mega billionaire owners hone a disproportionate share of that stock but I'm not I've really looked into it So what kind of interests are we talking about besides financial Well you know service What kind of ability what kind of deals do they make with other countries to be able to service those countries and are there backdoor data mining projects happening there that may not be in the best interest of the United States of America I mean because we all know your data is getting mined right It's definitely been intrusive at this point So what kind of data U.S. data is being bought and sold in other countries Because there's an interest to skew content at that point Well now I understand when people are mining my data to try and sell me laundry detergent Okay I'm not always thrilled with it And by virtue of the fact that I do a feature every day and sometimes I go after some pretty weird websites and so it's a pretty strange things are sent my way in terms of advertising as seen on the Internet Now look at something I think where did that come from Oh that was a feature I did last Tuesday So I understand that concept What else are we are we talking about here in terms of the mining of data for example are we mining data that could either determine our political views or even shape our political views Bingo yet the nail on the head That's right where I was going to go It's all mined with AI So the AI is artificial intelligence for those who don't know the term but that is to say computers very good computers go ahead Yes very good computers that are about as big as warehouses for sure So taking the information just remember how many articles have you read and how often has it come out in the news where our phones were listening to us our devices that we have in our home are listening to us our TVs are listening to us They hear every word they analyze that They know what our emotions are They know what we're thinking or what they only guess in our emotions I mean really That's pretty sophisticated Seriously Yeah I think Elon Musk just said a few days ago that the AI developers have seriously underestimated the ability of Tesla I would agree with that And then there is other AI much more sophisticated Now remember here's this is an important part of what we're talking about That AI information now is being used in warfare because China started doing it And we have other countries but I mean I'll say China being one of the leaders there what information is being sold I mean let's look at China for instance China is dangerous Let's take a quick break and we'll come back and we'll look at China because China had to come up at some point when it comes to the kind of things we're talking about here Not only the intent but the.
"mainland america" Discussed on Sidedoor
"Match limited by state law Gamma puerto rico. Nineteen twenty four year old deals. Castillo's father is deathly ill. She's probably too young to understand what's happening but she does. No one thing when she dances he smiles and she saw what that did for him as he was dying usa father died just before her fifth birthday. This is her niece. Good deleon navarro. After my grandfather died Do llosa's mother was left with five children and pregnant. So the family moved from rural puerto rico to the capital city san juan to be close to family this is where diaz realized. She could make money dancing. She'd perform on the street her hat to collect pennies but her mother did not approve. You know in those days show. Business was not what it is today. It was not an honorable profession. And she didn't think that it was ladylike for her daughter to these singing and dancing in the street and people giving her money do llosa's mother would do everything. She could to discourage her daughter from dancing locker in a room. Take the money she earned. None of it worked. Do especially loved dancing at the docks for people. Getting on and off the ships. In san juan harbor out is just votes. Going this is us costello in an oral history. She recorded for the smithsonian's national museum of american history in two thousand six. Somebody's is going to america. Those boats watch. Larry need for. What's america america. That explained we arrest world someday. A one of those boats. Going to go to america in the late nineteen twenties diaz. Got her wish when her family boarded one of those boats to mainland america more specifically new york city where they had relatives instead of going to school. Do worked at a chocolate factory even though she was only eleven years old when she could she'd sneak away from her mother to audition at nearby theaters. I always had a big mouth big loud. I've always been loud. I can't help it. I know out whatever that everybody say. Good my career. My words on top of everybody realized her voice gave her an advantage. So in nineteen thirty-one she entered a contest. Sing on an album with pedro flora's the biggest puerto rican composer at the time. It was a long shot but she was determined. She was very concerned about her reputation as far as her homeland wet and she took it very seriously because she grew up with all that shane that everybody said she was a bad girl in puerto rico being a singer and dancer so when she won that contest it meant lock to her she won the also was thirteen years old when she recorded the song. You're hearing cbo name. Career was taking off. Something else was happening. Cuban dances like the roomba and the mambo were becoming the latest craze. New york city part of it has to do with immigration of cubans into the new york city area. This is smithsonian latino centers. Emily key again. We obviously think of cuban-born cuban-americans than we think of miami. But actually there was a great wave of immigrants moving to new york and new jersey looking for work and at the same time you have the creation of a new sound right coming out of the mixing of communities in new york as a teenager. Began performing in cuban nightclubs all over new york city. She was making a name for herself so she took it one step further and literally made a name for herself. She was actually wanna the oh scottsdale. This is assistant curator. Ashley may your with the smithsonian's national museum of american history she says diaz was born wanna and then she changes her name and she kind of adopts stage name. The osa goddess lavious. I feel like that's such a bold statement to and she's a very bold person. So i can totally envision her deciding for herself. Oh i'm going to become the gotta gotta is now. It's around this time that what's call it an opportunity smacks her right on. You know i'm going to let you explain this one. And i don't do it my dance. I always used to feature. He's pointing to her rear end. Jaylo meat dishes. The original. I worked the stable and i was doing like this like that at this man would like that and slapped me in my behind man. I got.
"mainland america" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast
"I seem to appeal physically like everybody thinks that i'm their culture that's awesome. What a wonderful way to isn't that. I think that kind of stuff is so interesting to observe. And i love hearing that kind of like sociological observations. That people make that others make. I think that's fascinating. I'm glad you brought that up. And the other thing is that. I'm a huge anglophile so obsessed with everything british. So england was also choice for her first. Because i've never really felt like any location felt like home. I grew up in utah most of my life. A lot of my family is from hawaii so a lot of them still live there. So there's a lot of that culture in my home growing up. But no location ever felt like home except for england. And i'd never been to england but like when i think of england it feels like home so interesting but i love every in british. I love bbc above like pretty much. Any american show and always been drawn to british literature and movies and music even sometimes but i didn't really like fully realize myself until right before he went to england when we first landed in england we went to clips of door and i was like this is my place. If you like cloudy that fits to it. Does that the dream to live in england one day. I don't look english. The one place where you would not win. I'm place where i don't have family heritage. I'm like that's crazy well. I'm wondering if you have ever spoken to other people that feel like no places ever felt like home and if there are more people who feel like that that had a dominant culture in their household that wasn't similar to the dominant cultures of most other households are growing up. Where do you think that feeling came from. I do think that we're it. Came from because i did have cultural identity crisis growing up because living in utah. Especially when i was younger. It wasn't as diverse. I was surrounded by people who didn't look like me and my parents had just moved from hawaii so culturally. They were very different. We didn't grow up eating casseroles or cheese or pasta. We had like a hawaiian food. And so it was like we were just very different so when i went to school i physically didn't look like everyone else. I didn't fit in but the funny thing about that is that once i got into school i was mostly around that sort of mainland america culture that influenced the way i talked the things. I was interested in culturally. I was more mainland america. So that when we would visit family are they came to visit us. I looked like them. But i- culturally was less like them so i didn't fit in anywhere. Yeah i can definitely see that interesting. I like in the middle. And i was like okay. I don't fit in there. i don't fit in here. Where do i fit in funny enough. Though that has been my life journey is finding that. I really don't fit in in any of these boxes that i try to put myself in. And that's really where my book trailblazer kind of stemmed from like really at the root of it was kind of starting back then and then living this life where i never really felt like i fit in anywhere but just trying to fit in kind of building identities and a life based off of trying to fit in with other people and kind of like taking on their expectations and then sort of coming to this point in my life after i'd been married and had kids where i was feeling really unfulfilled with my life and what i had found is that i built this identity in life. That wasn't really authentic. To what i wanted. And who i was and so sort of breaking all of that down and having to start again in finding myself and building the life. I really want living today..
"mainland america" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Producer. Mark, Give us a bit of sunshine today, my friend. Whatever you know, That's your your Mr Sunshine. So what would give us some happy thoughts from courtesy of producer Mark Since one of my Mr Sunshine, Okay, well, so we're gonna pretend for today because you know, it's a tough time out there. That was just just checking. I usually I'm doom and gloom. It's this fair point. I mean, I feel like even you've got to see there's good things out there. Yeah. Hockey starts tomorrow. There we go. Who's going to be who's good at hockey? Uh ah. Lot of NHL players pretty much all I mean, what teams? Come on. I mean, what teams are gonna be good. I would say it was gonna look out for the lightning. They won the cup last year. But then you know, I don't even know there's a team called the Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning. Wow. Really good. Oh, yeah. Do you know there's a team in Las Vegas now? No what they called the Golden Knights. A golden night. Why are the wire the Golden Knights? How did that come? I believe the owner was air Force or army and wanted them to be called the Knights. But Army had its army won't add that trademark. So they went with gold Golden Knights. Uh, they have awesome jerseys. If you google it, they probably have the nice sisters in the NHL honestly. I've never had never even heard of this before. Something very interest. Oh, that's a really cool logo. Yeah. Like that would be like a good shields. I logo. I kind of like it. I'm a fan. Um okay. Interesting. Very interesting. All right. You know what, Mark A soon as they open up the hockey man. I still I still owe you a hockey game, So we're allowed to go in person in any word on when that's actually gonna happen. In New York. Yeah, Good luck. You know idea, right, No club. There are a couple of teams in all the leagues that are letting fans in. But it's only in the areas you know. Like Florida. I think Nashville's allowing, but I'm not sure if the team is yet, you know. Teams in the areas in the red states that are allowing fans and limited capacities. But up here now, people just getting so stir crazy. You know, my my sister. He's got a beautiful little baby boy that you know she's she's obviously doing the mom thing. But I wanted to have some time to catch up with my little sister. And she heard that I went out to dinner. And she likes this idea. So now I'm gonna do this again. I told her I said we were You gotta dress for indoor dining in New York City. Right now, you gotta dress like you're going on a polar expedition. I mean, you need to show up. You know when you have so many layers on that, like your arms are a little stiff. Remember your Katie you sometimes, But like your parents put you in one of those little zip up snowsuit things. You basically have to dress like that. And then you could be comfortable eating outside in New York City right now, That's what with those of the lengths that we're willing to go through to feel a little bit of normalcy and a little bit of freedom. And somebody found your sister sounded interested in doing this. She wants to do it. I said okay. But I did it with the snow princess and she liked it. I like it barely feel my feet By the time the check came, but, you know It's a thing. I don't think you could pay me enough money to do that. Like I would support the business. I would order take out because I want to support you. But I'm not. I would never sure that's you know, my my waistline is proof of the take out of been ordering. Man. It's amazing. I don't know how they do it. But, you know, take out like Thai food in this stuff. It just tastes so good. You know, this is what happens. We always That's the end of the show, and I'm hungry. I always want to talk about food. Just the end of the show. It always somehow gets the food. They don't get anything. And it'll get the food. Well, during during lockdown to me, What else can you really, um You know what else can you really These days. Get off! Get all that excited about. S o. It is. You know, his food and food is something that gets it gets it going. All right, let's get into the roll Call here. I know we got a lot of it. I wanna hear from all your facebook dot com slash Buck Sexton as long as they don't kick us off of Facebook, which we're hoping they won't And then team bucket. I heart media calm If you want to email us, and we got other things to let's get to it. Uh, Dan. Evening, Sir. I'm enjoying Listen to your show today and agree with your take. I've spent 16 years in special operations forces, and I believe you and I have probably been in closer proximity to each other than either of us realize the damage. Very possibly true. I spent some time with the SF folks out in in western Iraq in 2000 and seven Also had some time with SF folks in Afghanistan in 2000 and nine fire. You know, 89 I forget. Honestly, I forget. Now it's In Iraq a couple times in Afghanistan wants So, Yeah, I guess that folks were awesome. Huge, huge fan of all our special operations forces. What they do is amazing. All right, let me get back into your message here. My question is simple. I agree that what happened the capital last week was not appropriate and accomplishes nothing positive. The question. I keep asking, and no one will give me an answer. What line will need to be cross for it to become a whatever it takes scenario. That's conservative Americans. We've always maintained the reason the Second Amendment is in places to overthrow an oppressive government. But it seems like even though we say that what we really mean is if China is literally invading our shores. That's why we have guns never to overthrow our government. I mean, Dan, So So let me let me work at this going backwards on Thank you for your service, sir. And thank you for writing in Yes, The Second Amendment is a check against an ultimate check against government tyranny. And it is true that for a lot of people, and I'm always reminded of that line attributed to I believe it's Admiral. Uh, Yemma Moto. That you could never invade America because there's a rifle behind every blade of grass, right? You could ever meet. Invade successfully Mainland America, the Japanese as as a interesting Just an interesting point of history did just to show they could Invade the 50 50 states and hold territory. I know they bombed Pearl Harbor, Brimmer. They never held Pearl Harbor they actually did, invade and hold US territory in the 50 states. To island in the Alaskan. I believe it's off the illusion Island chain ought to island the Japanese seized it. So that they could for really for propaganda purposes, say we are holding US territory, and there's some very brutal fighting there. And the Marines had to go and take it back. And then the the Japanese who had invaded made essentially a kamikaze charge and they went for the field hospital specifically of where American wounded were being held. I mean, it was really Really a vicious affair, but yeah, ought to island The Japanese did hold U S Territory of World War two for it for a pretty short period of time, but they didn't hold it. As for China, invading our shores, yes, of course. And if we did have a foreign invasion of the United States, then all of a sudden, I think at that point, even even most of the left wing gun grabbers would be very excited about all their neighbors who have a R 15 In that scenario, I think that even they a lot of them would say this is great. There's some some anecdotes. I think Charlton Heston actually told the anecdote once that People were asking him if they could borrow guns during the Los Angeles riots as bad as those God because I wanted to defend their homes and their in their businesses. So you know, A lot of people are anti gun until all of a sudden there's a massive mob burning down stores and businesses near them, and then they want to defend themselves. As for when we would reach that check Where the the government I think the answer is, you would know. Meaning. You know it when we're there, you know it because The government has lost all legitimacy and is engaged in in.
"mainland america" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"My question is simple. I agree that what happened the capital last week was not appropriate and accomplishes nothing positive. The question. I keep asking, and no one will give me an answer. What line will need to be cross for it to become a whatever it takes scenario. That's conservative Americans. We've always maintained the reason the Second Amendment is in places to overthrow an oppressive government. But it seems like even though we say that what we really mean is if China is literally invading our shores. That's why we have guns never to overthrow our government. I mean, Dan, So So let me let me work at this going backwards on Thank you for your service, sir. And thank you for writing in Yes, The Second Amendment is a check against an ultimate check against government tyranny. And it is true that for a lot of people, and I'm always reminded of that line attributed to I believe it's Admiral Yemen Moto that you could never invade America because there's a rifle behind every blade of grass, right? You could never made invade successfully. Mainland America. The Japanese as as a interesting, just interesting point of history did just to show they could Invade the 50 50 states and hold territory. I know they bombed Pearl Harbor, Brimmer. They never held Pearl Harbor they actually did, invade and hold US territory in the 50 states. Two islands in the Alaskan. I believe it's off the illusion Island chain ought to island. The Japanese seized it so that they could for really for propaganda purposes, say we are holding US territory. There's some very brutal fighting there. And the Marines had to go and take it back. And then the the Japanese who had invaded made essentially a kamikaze charge and they went for the field hospital specifically of where American wounded were being held. I mean, it was really Really a vicious affair, but yeah to Island. The Japanese did hold U S Territory of World War two for it for a pretty short period of time, but they didn't hold it. As for so, Yeah, China invading our shores. Yes, of course. And if we did have a foreign invasion of the United States, then all of a sudden, I think at that point, even even most of the left wing gun grabbers would be very excited about all their neighbors who have a R 15 In that scenario, I think that even they Ah, lot of them would say this is great. There's um some anecdotes. I think Charlton Heston actually told the anecdote once that People were asking him if they could borrow guns during the Los Angeles riots as bad as those God because I wanted to defend their homes and their in their businesses. So you know, A lot of people are anti gun until all of a sudden there's a massive mob burning down stores and businesses near them, and then they wanted to defend themselves. As for when we would reach that check where the the government I think the answer is, you would know. Meaning. You know it when we're there, you know it because the government has lost all legitimacy and is Engaged in in arbitrary detention of Americans. Perhaps even you know, the the assassination or murder of American citizens without trial by the government and the kinds of escalations that I think you could all think of, and to be very clear. That's not happening now. Okay, so we're not there. We aren't we? We have political means that are that are peaceful to address these problems before us by then I think it's very important. We all right we do. Have political mechanisms to address this, so we all have to do is just take a deep breath members saying before about honor, we must be steadfast in the face. Of even the most vicious political opposition, and that's who we are. And that's what we're gonna do. So, Dan, thank you very much for writing in Matthew. I've written a few times to criticize you and disagree with you. Uh, okay, Matthew. Thanks. However, you've handled yourself remarkably. And I've told the honest truth during this crazy situation of the Capitol building. I still disagree. With a few things you say, But I must give you credit where it is due. You've done a great job and have done an outstanding job of holding true to yourself. Well done and keep up the great work. Well, Matthew, I really, really appreciate you being honest about the fact that I've done I've been honest here and done a good job and Done everything I can to tell people the truth about this, and I'm criticism that's said in good faith. I always appreciate that, too. So by all means, thank you so much for writing in Stay.
"mainland america" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Exchange of ideas. Yeah you're right. And i had an interview with newsweek where i talked about it. Victory for joe biden is victory for cancel culture. It's a victory for big tech. It isn't the expansion of their authority. And it is. It's concerning it's very concerning because we're going to see a greater reforms enacted vital left to go beyond where we're at today too. I think further Debilitate the first amendment and the first amendment is fundamental to the american ethic to the american way. And frankly this is where i think. It's one of these principles of freedom that Conservatives the republican party presumably and those that have joined us in this coalition that voted in sixty sixty percent more state. Legislators these are things that i think can motivate a new generation of voters when younger voters see their friends being silenced. Because of political viewpoint that might not be popular with these big tech elites I think it resonates with them to see how i need to join with them and defend them. There are seventy three million americans who are going to be attacked. Disenfranchise cleanse is some of the words. That i've heard in terms that are straight out of karl marx. Sarah ideology it's terrifying. And it's an assault on the first amendment and that's something at the local level we have to defense and we have to ensure that we continue to communicate fellow. Americans have had her so much. Well we're rapidly becoming a one narrative nation and if you don't subscribe to that politically correct narrative. You're you are shunned. You're shut down. You are effectively cancelled. And i have to wonder given all of the hours and the work that you've put into your award-winning book. bellwether blues a conservative awakening of the millennial soul. What is the reaction to that. Are we going to see a sea. Change among millennials. Generations that follow but what i find the researchers. There's a split amongst millennials. You have millennials predominantly on the coast. That are left of center that end into these views that you've been raising this way indoctrinated and leftist ideology from really young age all the way through their education and now living in these echo chambers but then you have The mainland millennials. Who live in states Where the elections are still just. I didn't think with the electoral college who have a different perspective. They they don't live in those same echo. Chambers and i do believe that freedom is one of the instincts of millennials and the more that you have governors members of the executive branch now coupled with increased regulation that will come from the federal government. There's going to be a distaste that that will happen. That will resonate with the younger generations. And i think there's going to be a kickback. And it's national. Usually after victory like this. There's been two years later. There's going to be a kickback. And kind of if you want revenge because of the concerns of the way that we're governed. I think we'll see that. Within generations and mainland america. Jonathan jack bosque author of bellwether blues conservative awakening of the millennial soul sir. Always a pleasure. Always appreciate your thoughts Particularly now during some very troubled times. Where can we find your book. You can find anywhere. Books are sold Amazon is probably the most popular place people go to we. Also on our website videos of millennials who changed their voting persuasion voting habits. About whether glues book dotcom jonathan. Thanks so much keep up the good fight and keep the faith my friend. God bless you. I appreciate the time. Take good care. Jonathan jack of ascii author of bellwether blues conservative awakening of the millennial saw eight thousand nine hundred thirteen ten. Kfi kfi here.