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Mike Clifford a fast moving wildfire spurred by powerful winds burn through Northern California on Thursday the Washington Post reports it forced thousands of people to evacuate parts of Cinema County. That is a role wine. Region north of San Francisco Pacific facific gas-electric the state's largest utility told state regulators Thursday that a jumper a one of its transmission towers broke close to where the officials say say the fire started although Peachy Ni Cook powered in the area on Wednesday. The Post ads stretches of the company's high voltage power transmission lines were. We're still operating in the area where the fire broke out. That's also according to a statement from utility undocumented immigrants who have arrived in the US as children we'll be joined by community leaders and allies this weekend. that as I begin a two hundred thirty mile home is here. March to Washington. DC The march is being timed to arrive in the nation's capital on the day. The Supreme Court hears arguments in a lawsuit challenging the trump administration's termination of the deferred action for childhood arrivals is program or Daca. The program was instituted in two thousand twelve and allows immigrants who were sixteen or younger when they were brought to the United States to go to school and to work without fear of deportation Antonio aller clone as a plaintiff in the case he points out that for many Dhaka recipients. This country has been their home home since they were very young players that we grew up stuff place. We have friends the place where we work. There are approximately seven hundred thousand people. Roldan DACA. The supreme in court is expected to issue a ruling by June of next year. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting Lower Federal Courts have ruled the termination of Daca is a lawful Anna issued injunctions allowing the daca recipients to renew their status. The State of Michigan joining the list of states now making moves to expand overtime. Far Big on Thursday Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced to proposal to increase the threshold for overtime paid a salaried workers who earn less than roughly fifty one thousand dollars an hour. The current overtime pay threshold is about twenty three thousand dollars. San England with Progress Michigan explains that nearly two hundred thousand more michiganders' would qualify for overtime pay. According to what bird administration the number of people that are eligible for overtime pay has actually decreased quite a bit over the last decade. So she's basically I'm trying to right the ship in that way president. Donald Trump recently released a final rule to extend the overtime pay threshold to about thirty. Five thousand dollars. Whitmore's plan is in line with an Obama. The administration level that was blocked by the courts. California Massachusetts New York. Pennsylvania and Washington also are working on similar increases. Mary Sherman in reporting this. Is Pierre us with the OPIOID crisis. Pushing more children into foster care in West Virginia supporting foster parents is more crucial than ever Julia. Hamilton is a foster parent of two in Morgantown. She says she wishes case workers were able to touch base more often with her especially to help her two year old son who was born addicted to drugs and has special needs a new survey being sponsored by the West Virginia foster adoptive kinship kinship parents network is looking for input from foster parents such as Hamilton to get lawmakers to give them more support. Just give the voice at the table would be life changing because right now it's truly feels most days like it doesn't matter what we have to say is not taken into consideration when making decisions for that child. The parents network is partnering with Marshall University and the State's Department of Health and human resources to develop the survey foster parents can participate at w. view the foster parents dot org. I'm Diane Bernard Reporting Conservation Groups Pressing Congress donal make good our promises to fully fund the land and Water Conservation Gene Fund. Jason O.`Neil is with the Western values project. He says Wyoming's National Parks and public lands are stuck in limbo. We've seen a lot of promises. Thomas is made by Western senators when it comes to the rubber hit the road and actually getting it done despite those promises. Congress hasn't acted on this critical funds. Congress Congress permanently reauthorized the fun back in March but the trump administration proposed budget has zeroed out the money for the parks and public lands. Fun finally are are Eric. lavas tells US Texas schools using refrigerated freight containers converted into hydroponic Forbes as an extension of the classroom at idea the charter schools students learn how to grow leafy Greens and other vegetables and deliver their harvest directly to the school cafeteria. Caroline Cats Rufus with freight farms says schools are using using the farms in part to shift traditional food culture and improve health by giving students nutritious options in the San Antonio idea schools campus abyss. They don't use salt or pepper in their cafeteria and they're growing herbs specifically in their farm to make a seasoning. The University University of North Texas is also using the container farms as a lab for a wide range of hands on learning opportunities in biology organic chemistry nutrition and culinary arts as well as business computer science and marketing many schools have developed certificate programs and majors around sustainable food production which gives graduates a leg up up on joining the growing tech field or starting their own farm. By the way those container farms are also helping Laura schools overall carbon footprint harvests. Happened veges steps away from the dining hall which puts eliminates transportation emissions. 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The state's largest utility told state regulators Thursday than a jumper one of its transmission towers broke close to where the officials say the fire started although Peachy Ni cut power in the area on Wednesday. The Post ads stretches of the company's high voltage power transmission transmission lines were still operating in the area. where the fire broke out? That's also according to a statement from the utility undocumented immigrants who have arrived in the US as children will be joined by community leaders and allies this weekend. Data say begin. A two hundred thirty mile home is here march to Washington DC. The the march is being time to arrive in the nation's capital on the day the Supreme Court hears arguments in a lawsuit challenging the trump administration's termination of the deferred action for for childhood arrivals program or Daca the program was instituted in two thousand twelve and allows immigrants who were sixteen or younger when they were brought to. The United States needs to go to school and to work without fear of deportation Antonio Alarcon as a plaintiff in the case he points out that for many. Dhaka recipients. This this country has been their home since they were very young plays that we grew up data place that we have friends that place where we work. There are approximately seven hundred. Thousand People Roldan in Dhaka. The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling by June of next year. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting Lower Federal Courts have ruled the termination of Daca what is a lawful and of issued injunctions allowing the daca recipients to renew their status. The State of Michigan joining the list of states. Now making moves to to expand overtime. Pay On Thursday Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a proposal to increase the threshold for overtime pay two salaried workers who earn less than roughly fifty one thousand dollars dollars an hour. The current overtime pay threshold is about twenty three thousand dollars. San with progress. Michigan explains that nearly two hundred thousand more michiganders' would qualify. I four overtime. Pay Court of the burden ministration. The number of people that are eligible for overtime pay has actually decreased quite a bit over the last okay. So he's basically trying to right the ship in that way president. Donald Trump recently released a final rule to extend the overtime pay threshold to about thirty. Five Thousand Dollars Whitmore's plan. Dan is in line with an Obama administration level that was blocked by the courts. California Massachusetts New York. Pennsylvania and Washington also are working on similar increases. Mary Sherman reporting this is pms with the OPIOID crisis. Pushing more children into foster care in West Virginia supportive foster parents is more crucial than ever Julia. Hamilton is a foster parent of two in Morgantown. She says she wishes case workers were able to touch base as more often with her especially to help her two year old son who was born addicted to drugs and has special needs a new survey being sponsored by the West Virginia Foster auster adoptive kinship. Parents Network is looking for input from foster parents such as Hamilton to get lawmakers to give them more support just give the voice at the table would be life changing because right now it truly feels most days like it doesn't matter what we have. Today is not taken into consideration when making decisions. Take that child. The parents network is partnering with Marshall University and the State's Department of Health and human resources to develop the survey foster parents can participate participate at W. The foster parents dot org. I'm Diane Bernard Reporting Conservation Groups Pressing Congress daughter make good on promises to fully fund the Atlanta Water Conservation Fund Jason. O.`Neil is with the Western values project. He says Wyoming's national parks. Public lands are stuck in limbo. We've we've seen a lot of promises made by Western senators but when it comes to the rubber hitting the road actually getting it done despite those promises. Congress hasn't acted on this critical finds Congress permanently reauthorized the fun back in March but the trump administration proposed budget has zeroed out the money for the parks and public lands. Fun One finally are Eric. Alice tells us. Texas schools are using refrigerated freight containers converted into hydroponic Forbes as an extension of the classroom classroom at idea charter. School students learn how to grow leafy Greens and other vegetables and deliver their harvest directly to the school Cafeteria Carolina. Cats Rubik's with freight farms. The schools are using the farms in part to shift traditional food culture and improve health by giving students nutritious options in the San Antonio the idea schools campus. They don't use salt or pepper in their cafeteria. And they're growing herbs specifically in their farm to make seasoning seasoning. The University of North Texas is also using the container farms as a lab for a wide range of hands on learning opportunities in biology organic chemistry nutrition nutrition and culinary arts as well as business computer science and marketing many schools have developed certificate programs and majors around sustainable food production which gives graduates a leg up on joining the growing act tech field or starting their own farm. By the way those container farms also helping Laura's schools overall carbon footprint Brent harvests happened. Just steps away from the dining hall which all butts eliminates transportation emissions. I'm Mike Clifford and thanks wrapping up your week with Public News Service. We are member end listener supported. And you'll find US online at public news service DOT ORG. It's time for this. Show the TAP tea. 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Today salt lending dot com slash Nash. Tatyana hello everybody. And welcome to the Tatiana show. I'm joined today with Joshua Gala. Hey Buddy what's going on lots of stuff. We're going mad right over here in Berlin sumus wrapping up but CRYPTO isn't of course it's forever moving forward. The endless mountain of shots shots and people try to the gold. So that's what's going on very cool all you guys are doing the vault project now right so people working. What's the length that people can sign up for? That told me really quick. With membership. Token people use it to get redemption of trading phase on gold excellent. So where do they go to sign up for that. They just have to be a member of all Toro. Memorable Torah and the Refer friend awesome all right well. I think it's exciting. I'm excited for your for your gold project as well so that'll be talked about on future episodes. I'm excited to be joined today by. Ben Powell He he is the director of the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University where he's also a professor of economics in the Rawls College of business was introduced to him by a friend of the show. Bob Murphy. Who's been on before? He's also a senior fellow with the independent Institute and the North American editor of the review of Austrian economics. He's written a book called Socialism. Sucks and we're GonNa talk about that you and I of course already know this But he actually Kinda backed that up with a lot of research that he did while drinking his way through the unfree the free world to think it's kind of a cool topic But before we get started I just wanted to say thank you to our sponsors assault lending also Volterra so thanks guys appreciate the sport art and welcome to the show. Ben All right any Tatiana Josh good to be with you awesome. We're really happy to have you on so tell me a little bit about the book. I guess we could start there. And I'd I'd love to get into some of the details of what you guys learned. But what was sort of the concept. The concept is we wanted to kind of reach normal people and have a good time doing in it with this instead of writing. yet another orange journal Article Only academics rate. So it's Ridden kind of fun. Travelogue style publisher originally said the book was the bastard. stepchild Anthony Bourdain and Milton Friedman. But you could substitute Maria Rothbart. Ludwig von Mises in there for Friedman Friedman And it's our travels through the unfurled than we blend economics history along with the are are drinking and and the drinking is just how travel but it's also kind of a metaphor for how these economies function. We got started on the project few years ago now in two thousand sixteen. Actually my co author Bob Loss. Who might know he does that? Economic Freedom of the World Index He wanted to get get drunk in Cuba and I wanted to find a way to write it off my taxes taxes. So we set would start working on a book and see how it goes. You know one of the things that I that I learned about the book was that you guys were using the beer ear to measure the country. Success Yeah so we didn't actually start out that way. We started out just having the beer's going but realized as we were doing it that it was effective way to communicate Munich. Normal people. Because what you see going on in the alcohol markets in the country is really representative of what's happening overall In the to extremes Let's say why I don't know what the to the first of which is Sweden A lot of people in the United States point to that and say Sweden is successful socialism. Listen the Sweden chapter in our called not socialism because Sweden's socialist it's largely based on private property in market exchange. It's relatively light regulate great regulation of business. They have a big welfare state in high taxes. That's a problem. But that's not government ownership and control over the means of production. Socialism is abolish polishing private property and replacing it in Sweden. That's not the case and in Sweden beer is good and plentiful and lots of variety and the only problem is. It's it's really expensive. 'cause they tax the Jesus out of it and everything else in Sweden So what you see going on in the beer market there's kind of representative of the economy. Lots of stuff to choose who strong good production just things are expensive contrast that with Venezuela Venezuelan chapters called starving socialism and You know what happened. In in their beer market Venezuela Taylor ran out of Beer Tatyana. I don't know about you but if I were socialist dictator like beer and toilet paper. These would be number. One and two four or in in Venezuela Venezuela is a socialism for capitalism on a spectrum Venezuela's. I don't WanNA cut us off. But I want to make sure that our audience is understanding the definitions of socialism versus capitalism versus communism. But now we're often the beer tangent so sure so let's not go so let's go back to the beer tangent. That's cool because I like the beer. I like the bureau angle but I don't want people to be confused because there's a lot of people that throw around those words in that an an having a find a nation is really important for the conversation. So listen how you guys defined it for the long haul redefined how it's been defined for two hundred years so capitalism were free markets is based on private property rights where people engage in voluntary exchange in prices and profit and loss guide the economic coordination. It's how we all cooperate. Socialism in all of its varieties involves abolishing private property in the major factors of production the machinery the raw all materials In and the Labor that goes into making things now. There's different varieties of socialism. You can talk about work around socialism. You could talk talk about Various Forms of central planning But they all have that part and you can talk about voluntary condoms but they all have that abolition of private property and calm. The distinction between socialism and communism isn't particularly useful in describing countries around the world the communist former communist countries and countries stories that are communist Socialist Economic Systems Communism in Marxist variety was supposed to be like the final stage. You evolve to after State Socialism with a state magically withers away and you're in the land of milk and honey and there's no stairs of course that's Utopian fairy tale number occurs in this world that a communist political states that you see usually had socialists. While they're states they had state socialist economic systems. There remains some countries in the world that have communist his political parties but who reform their economic system such that they have so much private property that it would be a mistake to call those socialist economic systems anymore. Despite the fact that Communist political parties in power China would be. I'm example that Vietnam would be another one. We didn't go to be a number to travel to China chapters. It's called fake socialism in our book. And really my co author on this Bob Lawson's does he does this. Economic Freedom of the World Index. It's it measures. Countries on a scale of one to ten how economically comically free. They are you could basically think of that as a socialist to capitalist index very high on the index in perfect capitalism Capitalist listening listening on your show where everything would be private property there is of course No place in the world tonight is perfectly like that but there's some that are farther along that way than others. Ditto in the real world has never been any pure socialist one where everything is literally no private property. Closest attempts are probably the Soviet Union during the period of war communism in in the early nineteen twenty s or China Bournemouth's greatly but within those broad things though it's still useful to categorize things pretty much socialist on one and pretty much capitalist on the and Sweden falls into that pretty much capitalist category. Yeah that's really interesting. Because Sweden is constantly only trumped out especially with the healthcare system as being the highlight of successful socialism. And it's funny because here in Germany you kind of a way of socializing stuff through through the insurance mechanism which is actually a private and voluntary system. The way you pull the funds of many to you know help the the unfortunate few and the force of that right. I mean the majority of our economies economies in the world are fairly mixed economies with a high amount of regulation that taxes that interfere with private property rights and in some cases government owned or dominated needed industries either words literal government ownership or government regulations so pernicious that the facto. Private control has been lost to government control. Even if it's nominally privately-owned ed when I think of healthcare that's industry around the world that in many cases you have that education at least in the the k.. Through twelve variety. You see a lot of that It just because you have one that we can recognize that one industry has been socialized socialized and we can talk about the problems with it but it doesn't mean that your economy is overall classified as socialist so when you look at the overall package Sweden Sweden ends up scoring. I think somewhere around twenty eighth in the world in terms of most free economies Similarly if you look at Norway Denmark they're all up in the top roughly it quarter to the worst third of the free economies in the world. What about the US? Because I think that we've sort of dropped down over the years. Do you have any specific things that would influence that like was there some kind of large policy change. That would bring them down yesterday. The United States stoically always ranked second or third as has the most free economy in the world. It was the largest one. Hong Kong and Singapore were the other ones at one and two but the United States. Starting in two thousand started slot. We felt back. Take at lowest eighteenth every bounded a little bit since The decline was across most major areas of the index stock size of government growing growing attack taxes increase we saw regulation increasing freedom to trade internationally has been declining in recent years on on this but probably most disturbing is the private property rights the legal system of private property rights that had the biggest decline in the two thousands into the early teens means it. It's really hard to pinpoint a particular policy on that in the United States instead. It's kind of because it's serving people in how secure they think. They are in their private property enforcement of contracts so I can think of things that would influence that the wholesale rewriting of contracts by the government during during the great recession. The kilo decision eminent domain allowing people that transferred property using eminent domain to another Hardy civil asset forfeiture all of these things but none of them is a smoking young. But that's been the decline in the United States but despite that the United States is still one of the most capitalist capitalist economies in the world but I think of it as kind of being the tallest door yes which country was the first major socialist country that you've visited uh on your journey. Did you go like List really weird entries. Yes so the the tour of the world we start in Sweden with not socialism Venezuela Cuba Korea China Russia Ukraine the Republic of Georgia. And then we end glass chapters called called back in the US essay by attending big socialist conference here in the United States. Wow that's definitely nice trip the world. What was your life like from all the bad things we hear about? Socialism in circles libertarian circles. And the couple of circles. What was the the nicest thing that you felt was actually good side of these countries either culturally or even economically? It would be really hard to so in some cases. I don't have anything good to say about what's going on in Venezuela or Cuba or Korea Cuba's probably for the cause of these countries. There's only really three socialist ones left. That's the Korea Venezuela in Cuba The other ones that Ukraine Russia we call it hung over socialism and talk about the difficult the transition. George a wonderful place. I can tell you a lots of great things about that but it'd be mistake descent. Socialism because Georgia's new capitalism. They're in the top ten and economic freedom in the world there booming in. It's a wonderful place Cuba you know in a socialist economy. The price of everything is wrong In fact that could have been a subtitle for the chapters cursive wrong. Because it just doesn't match the real relative scarcities around the world so I guess one pleasant side effect that you get is because they miss price labor so grossly. There's music everywhere. Musicians get paid just like plumbers as a result you might not get running water. It's pleasant music. I wouldn't call it. I wouldn't call that a net. Good thing just hit you know when you get these oddities you can consume them as such a I mean the price of some goods is very low in Cuba but the price of others is extraordinarily high So lodging is extremely extremely cheap. Now remember the definition of socialism state ownership of the music production hotels are part of the means of production so government owned hotels throughout Cuba. I got to tell you. These hotels suck They we didn't go to like try to go to crappy tried to decent ones. I one actually came on recommendation. Recommendation of a friend. Three out of four elevators didn't work in twenty. Some odd story building. Are The glass on our porch was broken. The toilet seat wasn't bolted. Down panels were missing in the ceiling and there was no water in the morning But at the same time people are allowed to rent out their homes They call it. Casa particulars adhere in the quality is much better because the people have a prophet because they're allowed to keep a profit from renting their homes to foreigners there in great condition. well-maintained aim very pleasant disdain. But still only cost. Oh God we had a two bedroom place in central Alabama for maybe fifty dollars a night for twenty five dollars tonight. We had another very nice one in Trinidad on the south central coast. But while only cost you twenty five fifty bucks a night for a nice private Casa your taxi rides or renting a car for a few hour. Drive cost you a couple of hundred dollars a few hundred dollars because cars are artificially artificially scarce so you get these oddities in mispricing. mispricing correct pricing given the absurd relative. Purity's that the Cuban government creates. Yeah that was a really neat way of figuring that out and kind of isolating it now. What is the attitude of the people in these socialist countries are? They aware that their shortcomings are due to government socialism. Or is it just that they are kind of plotting along and just trying to survive. Because I heard for example in South America There's a lot of people that love socialism and yet it sort of destroyed that whole entire region in a lot blaze. So what's what. What did you observe? Yeah I would say that a I mean Cubans know that there's a better way to live. Huguenot Cubans have such That live live in the United States. Particularly Florida Miami. They know how their relatives live versus how they live They know there's a better way you have to be careful in talking to people in Cuba about politics because it's still a police state in terms of its own internal security Not so much at risk for us but at risk for them So are we tread lightly when talking about politically charged things with locals Until they indicated a comfortable of saying I think they're the greatest interaction we've had was with the university Christie students found out from the United States. Ed immediately his first reaction is oh that is so great. We love it when people from the United States come because because when you come here you bring us a little bit more and we all knew what the next word was going to be. It was going to be a little bit more money from your tourists but no he said a little bit more freedom So so he got out here. That cultural interaction when when people from a more free place in Iraq with less free place it tends to cross pollinate ideas and had I mean I think the United States policy towards Cuba or of the embargoes the one of the dumber policies that we have. And there's a lot of a lot of Deng policies out there but it clearly hasn't given regime gene change and instead what it allows Cubans internal what the government tells Cubans internally is. They say that United States blockade is responsible for. It's not a blockade gate. Obviously we're not preventing anything from going in that Bargo were preventing United States from trading. But it gives the mistake goat the point to confuse people with they traded with the more traveled there more more travel back and forth. It would help push regime change a lot more in Berlin. Of course we have the oldies in western westbound at this really definite differentiation between economic theories. And I finding now since it's been a while since the wall also that there is this nostalgia coming out of east of the old east of of them. Say there wasn't any homeless us back then and all this sort of thing. Did you see any of that in these sort of half socialist countries where people sort of missing it or do you find that it takes generations for the youth to suddenly build these ridiculous notions that socialism is better. Even though there's all this evidence around that just it doesn't work. Yeah I mean I don't think they you know they haven't had that type of transition in the real socialist places that were visiting in Russia Ukraine and Georgia would would be the the examples to talk about that and I think you have some nostalgia among older people who got a hard time in the transition I think this is I mean. And and that's not unique to transitioning from socialism to a semi capitalist economy. it's just goes with economic change whether it's trade flows technology Whatever Causes Economic Change tends to be harder for older people to adjust and so Among them you often see them wishing towards the past a little bit and that's true who in former socialist regimes as it is in capitalist regimes that have innovation and technological advance that changes the workplace But for young people. I think it's been unambiguously a great thing. And certainly future generations The problem I see it. Russia and Ukraine is that the it cronies are still in charge. You've got ran of state ownership and replaced with private ownership. But you haven't got rented statement -opoly control and regulation so you you get still a kind of vampire state sucking the life out of people for the benefit of of the few Better centered particularly around the Kiev Moscow on other major cities So that there are people who are suffering with the transition and sometimes mistakenly blamed capitalism for their problems rather than the predatory semi capitalistic state. That they got. It's probably an improvement over socialism. But you can see a lot of people have been left behind and and hurt under such a system mm-hmm whereas Georgia Georgia's booming unambiguously good for the vast majority of people because they've really done the transition towards capitalist so there's a lot of division in the US and everybody's talking about socialism and we all know the media has sort of a left bias but one of the things that I was really on the left but one of the things that kind of brought me over to libertarianism. Wasn't understanding of Austrian economics. Would you guys are obviously referencing. I'm curious how the book has been received and do you think that it's it's a good way to make bridges because there's these facts like are you forwarding these conversations with people that may be previously. Were interested or do you think that there's just a shutdown down. Yeah no I definitely think we are you know. It's been fun except talked about socialism socks on on right wing radio stations around the country. That are more conservative but also done it on talks about socialism. Socks on would show on Bob Murphy Show Very Australian audiences like that at the feedback that we've got the socialist calculation debate is in the book But we just don't write it out as acuity type statement where talking about what. We're staying in wise socialist economies this price things. We've been A few paragraphs worth of classic Ludwig Mies Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth else. But done so in a way that if you're normal normal persons reading it doesn't scream Australia economics proctology you know Uh it just seems like they're explaining how the roles but we've also done it in such a way that my Austrian buddies which there are plenty of when they've read? Read the book. We were very careful. When we're writing this to popularize it we can't bastardize it All of the economics has to be right including the Australian hawks. The worst comment. I've got from a fellow. Professor Austrian friend was when we kind of casually mentioned the marginal revolution and mango and others discovered ever did how economic values crate on the margin. Because you're pointing out that marks with the Labor theory of value. We really weren't upset with marks for that because all economists have the on labor theory of value in the mid nineteenth century. But we seem to imply that the marginal revolution didn't occur in eighteen. Seventy one but rather than eighteen eighties. Damn it we were a little bit suit the slack with her we were that otherwise. I think we're pretty tight on getting Oliver Economics including Australian spot on okay. So I'm wondering when when you see these countries switching over obviously there's a lot of growth. was there a specific country that you could use as an example of they went free market and they were back to you know. was there some kind of like really great success story about switching over that you notice that stood out. Yeah and so. This is the one on that all of Europe your listeners to know about his republic majority so Georgia was a Soviet republic. It's to the east of the Black Sea south of Russia north of the Middle East. So it's not a particularly favorable geographic location They essentially had no reform for over a decade. After the all Soviet then they have the Rose Revolution Solution and two thousand four five six eight embark on a series of reforms. They get the kind of western consensus type. President Mikheil Saakashvili Who wants to reform the economy? He hires a guy. COBB indicates As his finance minister and is is a rabid libertarian Identifies as a rough art. Imagine putting a Roth Bardy in charges. Your Finance Minister saying Goer four CAA slash taxes at put in I think ten percent tax rate abolished entire government bureaus did transparent privatization nation went to online auctions for state property where it goes to the highest bidder. No crony deals. And it can be a bitter from anywhere in the world even Russia He fired the entire traffic police in one day Something like thirty five thousand of them and the joke is crime. Went Down because they were so corrupt The place immediately starts turning around its economic measures. Start improving in fact the only one that looks like it doesn't improve is unemployment Because the early years of this unemployment spikes up to something like thirty percent. But it's because he was firing unproductive government officials that took a while to get reemployed in the productive private sector so productivity going up while unemployment was going something that you don't usually say and they've since reformed in becoming a top ten economically free countries in the world The whole all countries changing by the by the year the day the month. What have you In also by the way it reflects on our discussions booze. The Georgian wine industry completely transformed in the it was a big wine producer for the Soviet Union. But they planned international grapes Cabernet merlot stuff like that on farmland and had big deals Dell's in produced a bunch of swell that everybody can drink Since they went capitalist that obviously wasn't a great market anymore they ripped all that stuff up went back to traditional Georgian winemaking hills. They make these unique white wines where they press them with the stands in the skin still on them. They commodity golden color age underground Pottery Lottery It's wonderful line and completely transformed since the move to capitalism definitely place encouraged people to go visit. If you WANNA see you. What a successful? Transforming economy looks like. I say transforming because while they made radical reforms they were starting from very poor level around five thousand dollars per capita Ghana. So today there's still under ten thousand dollars per capita so it's still a relatively poor country but it's growing rapidly and transforming and it's a wonderful thing to say I'd love to make it out there. Okay so I I know. We're coming up on our time together and I wanNA give you a chance to tell people where to get the book but I did have one other question. I know that you're you're obviously teaching Austria economics in school and I sometimes meet people who are also You know students of economics but I they say what's Austrian economics. How is the different from regular economics and I say well it's not qc and we believe in the Fed but is there some sort of a more clear answer to somebody who does have experience that I could use to explain to them? Like where the key differences. Because I didn't learn economics in school and for me. When I learn about Austrian economics it was like the the floodgate of information and why the world is the way that it is was opened up? I don't know if you can get that same insight if you're getting an economic viewpoint that's Keynesian because it's not not really giving you real indications like market. What can you maybe tell me a little bit about how they differ so for all your listeners? On the podcasts Gaspar going to Dork out here and talk Austrian economics regular economic stuff. I promise I don't do this in the book. Socialism socks. It's way more fun to read about to do that. Said so I think in popular circles. People contrast Keynesian verse Austrian but Keynesian Macroeconomic Parak- so Austrian economics is a a more systematic approach to economics. Overall it's not just about differences in macroeconomics and a lot of its core propositions It has in common with various parts of call mainstreamer economics Agai of former professor of mine. Peter Becky he has a great book called Living Economics and he talks about what he calls the main line of Economic Law ranging from Adam Smith to current day. Someone like Burns. An Australian consists nominee is firmly within that mainline. So often they're a lot in common than whatever is currently fashionable. Just goes a little off from Austrians. But I'd say the core propositions are methodological individualism only individuals act and. We're GONNA trace everything back to the information incentives facing individuals when they make choices that economic theory is a priority induced from first principles therefore not subject to empirical testing however more bad Austrians take that to me. Therefore we don't ever have to look at the world. That's not what Australia economic says theory might be a priority about understanding. How any particular economy operates isn't a matter of pure theory and has also issues of magnitude? That theory does not yet. So doing empirical work whether broadly ethnographic like getting drunk around the world and writing or running statistical testing Metrics are doing experiments. None of this is incompatible with Austrian economics. It's just not explicitly Australia. Economics value is subjective in the mind of the individual choosing. Now that's core in any sort of economics but I'd say with Austrians and and we really mean it. which means cost subjective too because all costs are opportunity costs in the minds of the chooser In for that matter expectations or subjective to this will will give you the nuances in different types of economics that you're doing Socialist economic calculation is a priority impossible. I'd say that's also court Austrian Nikonov although that doesn't tell you how bad socialist economies are just tells you that they can't calculates doing this off the top of my head. I'm Brian Missing something that it does. Get any of the flavor but notice. I didn't go to macroeconomics contrast with keynesianism instead. I started with methodological the premises of the Austrian school excellent. That was super helpful. Thank you I just me more questions before. We let Bengo and we'd love to tell people how to get the book. So Josh Chen questions yeah I mean I the last one I would say way to get the book in over here in Europe Okay so I where I know you can get the book on Amazon Dot Com on Barnes and noble dot com Bam in the United States in a brick and mortar. Aren't a noble bookstores stores nationwide. I'm sure it's another bookstores. I haven't been in the mall for Europe. I'm pretty sure you could probably do it on Amazon. UK Right. I'm not sure about other countries in Europe However if you get some German people listening today no publisher wants to translate it? I'm all for that. Yeah I think there's a fascination a stool with socialism and it would be great to continue the Battle of giving people empirical truths about How this just doesn't add up but nothing book any audiobooks? Yup It's available as an audio book also available as a kindle. All of these are available on Amazon Dot Com. Benjamin Bowel Bob Lawson socialism socks to economists drink their way through the unfree world. 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Woods and Bob Murphy teach economics by uncovering dissecting the arrows of Treatment Nobel Prize is Winter newspaper columnist and destroyer of nations. It's time for Contra Krugman folks if you haven't done so already I encourage encourage you to check out my podcast. Bob Murphy Show had some really interesting interviews recently and I got a lot more already in the can that will be released shortly shortly. Check it out at Bob Murphy. Show DOT COM everybody. It's Tom and Bob with another of Contra Krueger. Remember we're doing every other week now with Contra Krugman and this time we mean it this time we mean it. That's right now like last time but this time we mean it and this time it's also working very well because we're able to pick out the Column that has something to do with economics. That is fruitful food for thought. At least after we filter it through our you know correct thinking brains. The Column is Democrats Comma avoid the robot rabbit hole. It's from October Seventeenth Twenty nineteen linked Contra Krugman dot com slash two. Oh nine and the gist of this column is that Krugman thinks that the Democrats obviously most prominently Andrew Yang. But not only him are making a mistake and going down the wrong path when they get overly concerned about oh by the way hello Bob Glad to have you here so I just started right in. Hello thank you. Hello my name is Bob. I am going to participate. I'm doing a robot that was good. Robots see every other week. Now I'm out of practice. I forget I gotta say hello to Lower Bob. Alright well we said Hello Bob. You get the gist of the column. What it's worth I wasn't slighted? I was really eager for you to jump in like I am not even being sarcastic so okay well. It was just the excitement. That Krugman actually wrote a column that would lead you to believe he was an economist. I think we're just gift. It's a gift it really is so anyway. He's saying that it's it's a mistake to go down that road because he says that the evidence for this. The alleged automation apocalypse is thin and unconvincing. He says that for somebody like Elizabeth Warren to come along and say that the real problem for American workers is not so so much automation as it is free. Trade that is trade policy. He says that that's not altogether wrong. But he says she he is wrong to think that changing trade policy is going to do much to bring good jobs back. He says she's on much firmer. More solid ground when she moves onto her more more her wider agenda of tackling inequality and the power of the wealthy as Krugman puts it and he says the best answer to this question in in the recent debate eight came from Bernie Sanders. You'll recall if you're a longtime contra Krugman listener that Krugman was very much Clinton night over sanders and was not favorable to Bernie was very critical of Bernie and his economic advisors. But here I mean I happen to think I I think Krugman has seen which way the wind apps not supposed to be doing this supposed to be summarizing the call him but the heck with it. I'm out of practice. I think what's going on here is that he sees the way. The wind is blowing. It's blowing away from Clintonistas establishmentarian Azeem and more toward Progressive Sanders. Azam and I think he doesn't want to be left behind but anyway he says that Bernie yes his his job guarantee federal job. Guarantee if everybody is probably unworkable. But he's Bernie is surely right to say there's plenty to do in America in terms of work and yes he's right. We should have large scale public investment. And this is a great idea in response to who persistent economic weakness and Krugman says the this persistent weakness is not about automation. It's about well. What else for a Keynesian inadequate private spending? So why are we fixated on automation will Krugman thinks. It's a diversionary tactic. So that people can avoid dealing with really serious issues as you know they can just blame robots that way they'll sound trendy and forward-looking but this gives them an excuse not to support policies that really address the causes is a weak growth and soaring inequality and he evaluates Yang's proposal of a thousand dollars a month as is Yang his base his whole campaign on the premise that automation is destroying jobs on MOSS. And that the answer is to give everyone a stipend one that would fall far short of what decent jobs pay and and this is the line that I actually Kinda like as far as I can tell. He's offering an inadequate solution to an imaginary problem. which is in a way kind of impressive? All right. That's typical Krugman stark right there. Doesn't it sound like some lines. I have against Krugman. And the there's a book you you've probably read them aloud. I probably have the folks they know I am the narrator of the book version of this. PODCAST congressman. which is you go get a contract? Krugman Book Dot Com Kind of flattered. And and that's not that's not doing Bob Justice. It's it's those are Bob's writings over the years smashing Krugman they. It's not merely just a reflection of the podcast. These are original an amazing pieces by Bob so check them out of contract Krugman Book Dot Com. And if you want the audiobook version you'll hear me narrating it. So anyway down now with automation as a topic of discussion up with income inequality and week private spending as issues that we need to talk about according to Krugman so You know maybe this is a case of one out of three. Ain't bad but I guess I know probably where you'll take us but what's your I thought. Well why don't we just deal with a few of these little it quick ones here before we get into the heart of the matter. So he's got this. You know offhand remark that as you mentioned the the actual problem here is not automation. It's it's inadequate private spending and I mean he's people haven't been spending enough for over a decade at this point according to Krugman and is as far as the I can see so far. Be It for me to challenge you know Krugman's interpretation of Keynesian models but I mean it's at some point. Put it this way. If people are just hoarding putting money in they're afraid to spend there's adequate demand I mean shouldn't prices adjusted least over a fifteen year period in other words. These wages and prices are really really sticky. I mean this is like super bowl. This is insane. Yeah it's right but joking aside I mean again. I'm sure somebody could come up with some kind of mild that explains this but it may in other words it made sense when when they say oh there's a how housing bubbled the popped. Some everybody's tightening up because they want to a pay down their debt and whatnot and there's a huge drop in demand and all you had those means are all those Chicago school types or those real business cycle people will tell you wages awesome prices automatically adjust but come on. That's not going to happen in the real world. Okay but at this point again it's been at least ten years and he's not saying this is GonNa fix itself in three but we can make could clean clear up one if we have fiscal policy he saying this is going to be as far as so again I just. I don't even see how on their own terms this makes any sense. I actually hadn't thought of that that they've been saying this thing and ringing this particular bell for so darn long that that you're right I mean I don't know that Ole time Keynesians would have imagined that they could have sustained that explanation over such a long period of time time with a straight face. I mean in fairness and we can then return to the main issue here but I suppose it's not that unemployment has been this high this long. He you know he has to say well. We have low low unemployment right now but the economy at any moment could falter. So you know maybe that's involved in it too that Krugman's saying Oh yeah right now. The labor markets clearing hiring. But again. It's it's a weird thing where he kind of has to admit that the official measures are all fine and yet you know. Donald trump has brought us to the brink brink of disaster Let's see I did like this was kind of funny. I don't think you mentioned this in the summertime. Although the summary was a bit of I Dunno open Mike night or something you kind of beat poet or something. I don't know what you're doing but it was good. It was good. I liked it He goes So he's talking about Erin Burnett and he was in Krugman was depressed. At the how bad the moderators were and you know again crewmen starts out strong. He start criticizing. CNN You know okay okay. It says Burnett declared that a recent study shows that quote about a quarter of. US jobs could be lost automation in just the next ten years and quote. So that's what this Burnett Lady says to summarize and then Krugman clarified. What the study actually says less alarming colon it finds that a quarter of? US jobs will face quote high exposure to automation over the next several decades so in case people miss the dichotomy. There she summarize the study saying a quarter of. US jobs could be lost automation in the next ten years and actually what the study said was a quarter of US jobs could be exposed automation or have high exposure automation over the next several decades. which when you compare those? Two statements are actually quite different. Yeah and so cruise room is right to note that I would just point out. It's ironic because that's that kind of stuff happens in the climate change debate all the time where someone will say something. That sounds crazy. And then you go like Kakazu court. Has We have twelve years that sort of thing. That's the epitome of what happens in that debate where the they'll say one thing in these more scientific studies and then people I will paraphrase it and end up saying something that's way worse than what the study actually said I like Krugman saying he's what the study says. Let's alarming core are. US jobs will face high exposure over several decades and he says but even if you think that sound if you think even that sounds bad to ask yourself when in modern history has that statement not been true and a few good. Yeah so he. He started out strong so that that was good lasting let me just clarify and then we'll talk about the the big picture of automation and so forth is he is crew when when he's trying to clarify wait a minute. Why is this? Why are people talking about this? Is this like some sort of so. Hey in the past automation automation didn't kill us. You know didn't ruin job growth things like that and he's in Oba. One might argue that. Hey the futures are the past is no guarantee of what the future's teacher's GonNa hold improvement says You might you might think. The pace of technological change is is so much faster and that's why workers are threatened now by automation whereas in the the past those turned out to be phony fears and he says but that's not what the data say on the contrary worker productivity which is how we measure the extent to which workers are being replaced. I buy machines has lately been growing much more slowly than in the past. It rose left less than half as much from two thousand seven to two thousand eighteen as it did over the previous previous eleven years because let me just clarify. That might sound really odd to people. You're probably thinking well wait a minute. If workers are getting much more productive than shouldn't they be getting replaced by robots all the more so because they're not words aren't making anything so that phrase worker. Productivity is extremely misleading in this context what a crewman means by that and. This isn't something idiosyncratic on his part. This is how economists use this phrase they just mean you take total output in in divided by the number of workers or maybe worker our something like that just the raw figure. You're not in other words like what's the marginal contribution attributable to more labor put but just flat out what's total output divided by worker input as if the workers were the only thing in the imports and so so that's why he's saying Some other words if robots were coming on the scene and more and more stuff were being produced by robots in the data that would show up as more and more stuff per human labor our and enhance it would look like worker. Productivity is going through the roof and Krugman saying you don't see that the data so clearly it must not be the case that robots are coming in and augmenting things so this th that's that's what he's explaining. Let me just mention since I brought that up and took the time to explain. And that's why if listeners. If you've seen some of those charts from like API is the organization. I think it's called the Economic Policy Institute. What what that stands for is one that I've seen has charged going around showing oh since nineteen seventy-three worker productivity has got up two hundred and twenty percent but median pay wages have only gone up seventy percent making those numbers up? But you know what I'm talking about how you've seen that kind of stuff. Yeah that's what this is talking about. So that showed that's an example sample of showing how misleading this is for example. Not that this explains everything but if you are of your country all found some huge oil deposits in that that boosted GDP by ten percent that would make worker productivity. Go Way up and then what you could look and say oh but man. The average worker is not seeing a boost in their pay. I wonder WH- what 'cause you know. Obviously it would be the owners of those oil deposits would be netting the gains from that and so that that's the kind of thing that's going on there that it's when they call all at worker productivity. which would lead you to think? It was the productivity of the workers. But actually that's not really what it means certainly not on the Average or or I guess actually marginal is the term. I should use their so anyway. That's what his argument is I guess should we talk. I am about you know the thing about automation. Yeah probably I've done a little bit of it on the Tom which show here and there but I think having interacted acted with some of the Andrew Young people on twitter. I'm more or less getting A. I think I'm getting a better grasp of their argument because some people are saying. Oh these these young people just the other day for example. There's a politician guy running for some local office. Somewhere who seems to be Yang. SORTA guy and he was talking about the transition transition from blockbuster to Netflix. Oh Yeah I saw that and you saw how many jobs were lost at blockbuster. And they're not nearly as many jobs at Netflix. Now of course there are many ways you could look at that and one of them is didn't ask you. Did you do your imagine being this person. Did you deploy that went on that guy. No on this guy I it. It was more likely will do that. Look as I said. I think it's been like imagine looking at the world this way. Oh that's such a huge difference from what I said. No no no because as I in other words I when I say imagine being this person. It's meant as as just absolute ridicule. But but this was. I was genuinely flabbergasted that somebody would look at the transition from blockbuster to Netflix and say this is a terrible example of how capitalism hollows people out and whatever and that such such as the wrong way to think about for a lot of reasons just one of which is an argument that a Lotta people made which is the net flicks makes movies and therefore employs is a lot of people. Who aren't you know? Let's say in the Netflix Front Office. But they have a ripple effect of employment all over the place in all the different projects they have going so they're not just selling movies or renting movies. The way blockbuster was they have a whole different business model in your. Yeah I get what you're saying it instead of people just getting one movie for five bucks and then if they don't bring it back on time you know. It's another twenty dollars penalty or something for for better rewind. It be kind rewind exactly but you know for like what fourteen dollars they get eight gazillion things. There's no way that you could look at that that and say that's a bad thing but anyway the whole reason I point this out is when I started interacting with people on that I kept getting people saying look we we in the Yang Gang are not saying saying that we should be luddites and try to halt automation. We're saying that we need to recognize that it's it can be disruptive that is happening faster than ever before it's displacing more people than ever before and we just want to bring about a softer landing. So it's not. They were insisting to me that they're not stupid idiots. They're just they just want to help people transition better when we are Communist. We don't mean Soviet Union. That's we're not talking gulags. That's let's just be clear you're right. Let's be clear. Yeah And Fair enough and I think that's the problem. I mean you get into this with everybody to write like People who are for trump getting tough on imports will assure you I've read Bass. Yeah I know that's not talking about protectionism I'm talking about tariffs is to create. US jobs it's okay so I'm being a bit a bit Unfairly say or a bit too too harsh here So why why. Don't I say this before I forget it just in terms of a baseline way to think about this stuff. It's interesting because on the one hand you said. Okay that were accumulating more and more robots in just assumed that there the the way to think about that is like more and more labor coming onto the scene. And that's GONNA push down wages. But what have you. So we'll know that it's more and more machinery so like isn't that hurting the owners of existing capital goods right like. Why aren't they having to be like the people who own hammers right now? Isn't that hurting. That more. Machineries coming on board right so I'm just a again not that that's GonNa Convince anybody but I'm just pointing that out that it's it's odd if this thing that humans create that helps in the production of goods and services that comes on the scene were assuming is A substitute for Labor Berg when it's also a substitute for other capital equipment and so and yet I don't see people lamenting the fact that people who own factories right now are going to be devastated. Did win some new machine comes on that render existing structure obsolete Another thing quick thing too is just even if that were true in the salty. Okay okay so go out and the solutions people should go buy some real estate that you know in other words if if it's really going to be this future where labour especially unskilled L. lower skilled labor is just so plentiful that nobody's GonNa earn much selling that okay in that kind of a world. Then that means the owners of real estate estate are going to be phenomenally wealthy right. That's going to be relatively scarce. That's GONNA come in high rents in. So what people right now should be doing is not going in voting for Andrew Yang and trying to get a UB. I installed dolled because that might not work. That's that's a risky. What you should do is just save up and buy some ranch land somewhere? And then if that scenario comes turns out to be true where robots producing everything who's going to be the trillionaires in that universe. It's going to be the people who own fix assets like real estate so that's again another so in other words it's it might not be a good investment right now with the normal trajectory but if you're worried about twenty percent of the population being impermanent displacing. They can't get a job in that world that's only happening because these robots are so productive that human labors rendered obsolete in that kind of a world owning real estate is going to be extremely valuable. So that's that's another thing too again just being consistent with I guess the last thing I'll say here just in terms of you know armchair reasoning and how to think about about it. Imagine if each robot is introduced sequentially so right now you know. In the beginning they introduced one. Robot in all it can do is a very particular thing like Flip burgers and serve them. McDonald's or you know in fast food places what would that do. Yes that would mean. No human being could be employed FL flipping burgers and serving them at a fast food restaurant. But then it also means Ham McDonald's burgers and other things would be really cheap so everybody else would benefit from that in the losers would just be the small portion of the population that had been employed in that one thing but everybody else would be much better off and then that would be true for every subsequent thing you introduced. It's sort of like the argument for Free Trade that yeah any particular import. The consumers of that benefit by having the import come in whereas the people who had been making that one specific thing they might be hurt looking at just that one issue and so then the question is okay as we introduced more and more of those things. What's the net effect going to be on the average person and I'd say probably it's going to be that they benefit from getting all these other goods and services at ridiculously cheap prices? Even though the one thing they used to do now. Also it's there's a Lotta competition there because the the robots can do your job for you in the ultimate logic limited this look at the jetsons world. I've I've said this before. But it's worth repeating that you know what happens in the George Jetson Universe is the human. Just go around pressing. A few buttons in the machines make everything in far from them being devastated in poor. That's what it would look like if you were incredibly rich or look get the star Trek. The next generation university machines replicator that can make things at least a small scale. Yeah you don't need humans to be tied up doing mundane tasks ask far from a now. We're all devastated. No that's what it would look like. If you head are the closest thing to a utopia that she could have the site of scarcity so again these things. It's I think it. They had to thread the needle better like in other words. A lot of the stuff people are warning about the far from it being a calamity. It's like no in general people who are real optimistic about the far flung future. That's exactly what they say would have happened. And so it's weird that we're feeling this. Do we want to also say something about why. It's wrong to say that what the economy needs. Now is a boost in public investment so-called. I mean I. I feel sure we've hit this before. Because Krugman's argument has been with interest rates. So low you know the Federal Government can borrow it almost nothing thing and so. Why wouldn't we WANNA do that? Since we have to rebuild our bridges and stuff anyway that kind of thing I mean just offered cough well for one thing that that stuff shouldn't be quote publicly-owned the they they should privatize that stuff. So in general the reason that these things that are controlled by the government are always in such disrepair is because they're controlled by the government. It's not because the nature of not because of heartless Republicans You had rose that were privately owned in addition to not having as many potholes. You also wouldn't have traffic jams is a regular thing because they would charge tolls accordingly and so it'd be more expensive as writer during rush hour than and the traffic would send out and because the high profits they would build more blah blah blah blah. Just like you know. It's not that Movie theaters on opening night. You can never get Cedar or do people are piling on top of that sort of thing that private businesses when they can control the flow of traffic over there or to get access to their products. They do it a much. More efficient way in sensible way than government run subways roads. So that's that's one thing as far as it yeah. Of course the Keynesian argument again the crew has been saying we need the spending for for ten years now. So it's I I don't think that's the reason that the economy's bad but I don't want to lead people to believe that we rehearse these or plant he's episodes out because by the way if we did and this was the result that would be severe disappoint point. Yeah so I don't want them getting that impression but I have a funny feeling. There may be a so called Krugman contradiction with a K.. In his particular column what would that be well. It turns out. Yeah Krugman this column. Has Everything good economics drouin sing some ridiculous things and the cherished Krugman contradiction. So he's he's talking about Elizabeth. It's interesting your hypothesis. Time that may be Krugman's trying to pivot away from Warren and maybe you know be open to a sand I. I don't know whether that's what's going on but here I think he's clearly still trying to salvage warrant so just to set the context next he says Elizabeth Warren Question Burnett's premise saying that the principal reason we're losing jobs is trade policy that encouraged jobs to move overseas. This claim was slammed by the fact checkers at the Associated Press who declared that automation was the primary culprit manufacturing job loss between two thousand and two thousand ten. And so now. Here's Krugman defending her as it happens. Warren was more right than the supposed. Fact checkers reasonable estimates. Save say that trade was responsible for a large share of manufacturing job loss in the decade before the great recession. So that jumped out at me because I uh no I because Donald Trump has been blaming the loss particularly among coal miners but just more generally you know manufacturing job. He's been what blaming that. On outsourcing to China China and Krugman has always been saying no donald trump was completely full of it. Trade has very little to do with this with these job movements right and so I just make sure I'm not crazy. I went to look it up and I founding example so this is from May Nineteen two thousand fifteen the title of this trade in the decline of US Manufacturing Employment Krugman starts out in this twenty. Fifteen post is mad iglesias notes. Many people believe that. US manufacturing during his disappeared because it has all moved to China and Mexico. But they're largely wrong okay and so. That's what Elizabeth Warren was saying. And then just to the seal the deal. I'M NOT GONNA go through the arguments he gives but the concluding paragraph of that Twenty fifteen post is this for the most part in other words. Declining manufacturing preemployment isn't due to trade again that doesn't mean that trade deficits are okay or the trade hasn't had other effects but even if we'd had a highly protectionist world or in some other way had blocked the move into the trade deficit we'd still have seen most of the great decline in industrial jobs. So here Tom you might have thought no Bob. That's not a contradiction with a K.. That's just a flat-out contradiction she with a C.. And I thought well maybe it has to do with the timing. Because he's defending warn. He says for before the great recession. But no I I mean crewman coming was saying twenty fifteen includes that period. So here's what I think it is time. You're ready okay if you look Krugman. When he's defending Warren? He doesn't say a Paul Krugman. Think this is what's going on. He says reasonable estimates say that trade was responsible for a large manufacturing job job loss. And as that medically posts said that was the news hook to say a lot of people have been saying this but actually. I don't think that's right so I think that's going on. I think in this column crewmen is just referring to the fact that yeah a lot of people have been saying that even though crewman's on record before and those people are all wrong. I think that's what's going on. Maybe so so that. Was You know this is fun. It's good to be back in the saddle here like this. Yeah that's exactly how I would put it it all right well. There's your for those people who who want to have a Krugman column with some economics that we can talk about there you go you got it. You got got linked to convert KRUGMAN DOT COM slash two nine and kick you say one more thing. Yeah this of course. We can't yes about it. Besides you know all the incentives and this and that and the you know gee how would you just even superficially the idea that Oh because we're all let's automations coming on and huge portions of the labor force are just going to be unemployable. In the way we're going to solve that is to have the federal government just institute this new Dole to get everybody on that in and I think I said this in previous episodes due time where a lot of billionaires are on board with this stuff I mean in terms terms of a future we want where few billionaires own all the robots in most of the population just sits back. You know playing video games and getting checks from the government in terms of a totalitarian future state. That's kind of what it would look like right. I mean so it's it's not merely that I'm actually this is impractical consumer. It's just the whole vision. Gives me the creeps. So I just want to say that. Yeah by the way. 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I've been meaning to catch up with you on what you're up to because because you were I don't know maybe a bit of transition the last time we spoke. What exactly is your primary work these days? And what institution Are you with like what exactly are you up to right now. So I've spent most of the past two years spending time with my wife and kids writing a couple of different books and kind of catching my breath. After spending a number of years fighting the belly of the beast as they say so I just I have my own small business. We started elderberry syrup. Business as part of our farm. That's been really really successful that we're hoping to really scale up this year. wrote a few different books enjoyed some time with my young kids you understand. It's it's always a challenge of a dad or like the time you most need need to be working. The most to provide for your family has also like those critical years on. Your kids are small and stuff so so. That's really the big things I've been into the past few years. Well I thought in addition to this important conference you're putting on which will talk about in a little while you might update us on just the general you'll topic a topic that you follow very very closely of government regulation at of an intervention into food and farming and the sorts of things going on that a casual observer like me would know about it is so obviously. There's the big picture issues going on right now. Involving you know the trade trade war with China and you know how that impacts it's made out to be a very big deal in terms of its impact on American farmers and it is the big deal but it's only a big deal because the government already so messed up the food and farming economy in the United States in and also if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado into an endless sea of soy and corn than you know we wouldn't then have to be bailing out farmers whenever we get into geopolitical Kerr tough holes with other nations. So obviously there's some of that big stuff that people are aware of you know. Oh on kind of like the small day today. Level the FIZZ MMA food safety modernization act is finally being implemented in. That had had some really interesting stuff pop up. So far. A for instance It's been targeting. From what I've been told by a number of different people. In different France states Feed melts so the places that have a lot of farmers especially smaller farmers who aren't vertically integrated or part of Tyson Tyson and purdue and other vertically integrated operations You know yeah these local feed mills. Were you go to buy food for your animals and a lot of the feed mills now now are both increasing pricing increasing minimum order sizes and passing things on to you know their local farmers because Bismah is ensnaring an entangling a lot of businesses that no-one really imagined or new. We're going to get caught up in this new new regulatory Schema and so that's going to be really really interesting as they continue to roll out his Ma and to see how that like freckles through Especially the alternative food economy since generally speaking when regulations head. They say it's not you know keeping the big guy in check but it's the little guy who always pays the price talk to me about you. Tell me about the cottage food folks and apparently the the rise of this phenomenon seems to be irritating the regulators. Why should that be? So yes so you know just a few weeks ago in Louisville on there is I guess it's considered the nation's premier biggest food safety conference and a couple of people I know went and attended. And they were sharing in how that it came up in a number of different sessions that you know these people in a basically corporate food system. The regulatory food system really really don't like the increasing growth and diversity of the cottage food alternative that some different states states have adopted in different ways and you know basically so readers kind of understand listeners. Understand we're talking about usually cottage. Food is food that's produced produced right in someone's home so it doesn't have to be done in a certified kitchen you know. It's not generally subject to state state or federal inspection so it's a regulators worst nightmare because it's something that they don't get to regulate and have different states have different things you're allowed to do under cottage mood on. And because of the work of the Institute for Justice quite a few states have adopted much improved greatly expanded cottage food laws over the past five to six years. This is starting to become a really viable way to start a small business and a lot of these states but a lot of the regulatory people really don't liked these laws because they to them. It's the is going to cause a mass outbreak. Everybody's GonNa die if they can buy a loaf of bread out of somebody else's kitchen kitchen instead of buying it from Kroger Type Rationale so. So it's very very interesting area because I know in the states that have adopted more expansive cottage food bills. They have seen an explosion in small businesses. They can operate under those exemptions which is exactly what you you and I would expect because the biggest reason we don't have more small businesses in America is the barrier to entry if you have to go through a certified kitchen in all these other hoops and regulations you know. Basically makes it impossible for somebody who's wanting to pursue their dreams and their ideas. Let's talk about about this further because I I'm not sure this quite qualifies but nevertheless it does call to mind something from my past about ten years ago go. I was living in Auburn Alabama and there was a woman on my street who made the most delicious chicken salad you've ever eaten. I mean I didn't even like Chicken Salad Alad early so I thought then I had hers and I just couldn't stop eating and pretty soon. We were all addicted to it and then one day it stopped being produced boost. And the reason why she got a threatening letter gleaning to her that she did not qualify to be vendor chicken salad because she didn't have a kitchen that could be inspected all this sort of thing right. She was making out of her home. So we're all having withdrawal from having no chicken salad. It was unbelievable. So what that wound wound up doing was causing her to decide to go into business have an industrial sort of oven and kitchen and so she started a chain that is now very successful throughout the southeastern United States called Chicken Salad Chick and that came out of her efforts in in Auburn Alabama. Mama being shut down and stymied because she was just opting out of her own kitchen. There's there's no way anybody other than a competing chicken salad seller was responsible for having that letter sent to her. I mean that's no way it was that she made much better chicken salad. Anybody else but she did wind up having the last laugh as I say because now she she has a crazily successful chain franchise operation. But is that Kinda like what you're talking about. Yeah well and and you know yeah. That's what like in a number of states because there was so many people operating in grey to black areas. One reason season cottage food laws have been adopted is to allow people to do with that lady was doing so they can grow to the point where even even though. It's not pleasant and even though I don't think they really shouldn't have to. They can then transition into the full regulatory system once they reach a certain size and scale it. Because there's just so many people going rogue and say well. I'm going to do this any way and hopefully by the time and I finally get the letter. I'll be big enough at that point to to make the jump into this other system in nod habits squash my dreams dreams and destroy my business. Let's talk about how farmers are doing these days and let's start first of all with what do you think about out. The claim that the trump tariffs have had this kind of boomerang effect on farmers that that a lot of people predicted they would have that farmers are selling less abroad. Is that really having noticeable effect on their bottom line or what what factors overall or contributing to the state of American farms and what. What is the state of American farmers for that matter bit will it of the first thing is the state? The State of American farmers has been bad for decades. So it you know. We basically Bazeley had like three. Four bad decades with occasional goodyear's Like American farmers as a few people have put but it are the ultimate welfare queens. It Oh you look at the amounts of money that the federal government funnels especially the corn and soy floyd growers through insurance programs and other stuff. And it's just a flabbergasting amount of money to prop up a farm policy adopted. Did you know fifty some years ago. and you know so. We'll we come today to this issue with the tariffs to how that impacts farmers you know. I just kind of sit here and go like if we hadn't turned everything from Ohio to Colorado. It do an endless sea of corn and soy. We wouldn't have all of these problems every time we get into a geopolitical Kartoffel with another nation. And if we weren't using food food as a foreign policy tool as a way to influence into other stuff and if we didn't have this mistaken idea that we have to to feed the world and we have to do at US tax payer expense a says the problem with the farming issue is it kind live robes in geopolitics economics You know in foreign policy and so much else at. It's just ugly. It's just sad. You know the the rural the state of Rural America is a nightmare. I think it might have been the New York Times. They even even ran an article. Basically arguing that like large portions of rural America are are basically like the new ghetto they're just so economically quickly crippled so riddled with drugs. Alcohol Havi unemployment. And that's just the end result of you. You know thirty forty years of not just farm policy but by in a really does a regulatory environment that has strangled all sorts of jobs jobs out of America and force them overseas to where they could be done. Competitively would do you think the. US government's governments food and farming policy. Ought to be all I you know. I like what New Zealand did where New Zealand basically figured might have been in the early. Two thousands were they just realized that freedom is the way to go for their farmers and they need to quit trying to subsidize pick winners and losers and try and balance supply and demand. The there's an article circulating on on facebook recently about how in Michigan You know the government forced farmers to let you know. Hundreds of thousands of pounds of Cherries Aries wrought in the orchards rather than allow them to sell them because of production quotas in price controls in things and it. Just it doesn't work. We should let farmers and consumers build a food economy. That will actually work in. That isn't dependent didn't on tens of billions of dollars of annual bailouts to make it happen and the New Zealand model was great. 'cause you know basically it. It was very Ron Paul like where they realised. The government had totally fudged up the food and farming sector in New Zealand and so they realized they couldn't it just go cold Turkey so they provided a number of years of transitional services the farmers they said. Hey you know like in three years the welfare affair ends all this kind of stuff ends all. This nonsense is going away so you have three years of some supported programs to help you transition Chen into a model where our government isn't going to be doing this stuff anymore and now New Zealand has a really robust very successful very resilient farm economy and it's great and it would be amazing if America would do something like that but the special interests definitely do not want to see eighty. Something like that happened here. Do you talk to a lot of ordinary farmers in the course of what you do. Because we live in farmland in Kentucky and we raise animals so I buy feed directly from a neighbor and tons of my neighbors are farmers and on occasion. I'll go to the cattle stockyard auction sale in basically gets a drink like you know. Take a long deep drink of despair at the at the you know the auction. That happens down the road all the time. Yeah so I get to talk to farmers both in my area and then you know I still get phone calls from farmers all over the nation when they're being harassed by government people and then you know one of the few things facebook is really great for is a lot of the groups. I'm part of on facebook. Look me connect with farmers homesteaders all over the country. So the ASA I get to talk with a wide swath of different kinds of farmers grow basis acis and and probably the typical farmer is not rigidly ideological. So doesn't look at the world through that kind of Lens. But what do they want. Can you generalize. Oh I don't think you can. I don't know if farmers know what they want anymore. the like farmer bankruptcies farmer suicide Sousse aid I think the age of the average farmer in America now might be in the high sixties it might have even broken into the low seventies. You know because very few kids want to go into farming when their parents retire in so. I think it's hard to say. Because because farmers are not a monolithic bloc culturally at all anymore so and there's a very big divide died in terms of like the farming community in terms of like those who are commodity growers who are caught up in the corn. Soy in other commodity the grain growing system you know versus farmers who are vegetable growers or farmers who are in dairy dairy has just been an absolute absolute catastrophe in the United States over the past. Couple years I know like dairy. Prices have just plummeted. The organic nick dairy industry became a disaster. Very quickly It is I think the biggest thing is the farmers are just so beaten up from again just a decade after decade of debt and you know negative net farm income and just hoping that the government checks at the end of the year will be enough to push them back into profitability. I think most of them haven't really stepped back enough to think about. What would they want if they could get something different is? They've lived so long in survival mode. John I WANNA talk about your conference because it's full of interesting stuff and interesting using people doing things that are going to inspire us because they're acting really boldly against you know a regulatory apparatus. That's that's very difficult to crack through their operating against a lot of entrenched ways of thinking and it's very inspiring so we'll get to that just as soon as we talked to the folks here folks worry continue anyway. We'll take a quick break to console you if you are like the typical Tom would show listener. You have about. I don't know eight hundred seventeen books somewhere on or around your nightstand and you know as well as I do. You're never gonNA get all so how about this for a life hack. Blinking is the only APP that takes the best key takeaways the really need to know information from thousands thousands of nonfiction books and condenses him down. So you can read or listen to them in just fifteen minutes. 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Yeah I can't be there 'cause that's my daughter's tenth birthday but but I wish you the best I've always said that I will never miss a birthday for Travel reasons but or for any reason reason. That's that's true. If she were older than ten. Maybe just maybe I would but The website is rogue food conference dot com so rogue meaning in. What way are you folks rogue so this conference was Joel? Salatin idea in about three three years ago he approached me about it and at the time he was just too booked up to really pursue it but basically it's a conference Yo go you can go to hundreds of websites and hundreds of conferences that will teach you to try and comply The Ito to jump through all the hoops to in cross. All the t's and dot all the is and try to reply with the ever-growing regulatory state But where can you go if you want to learn how to circumvent rather than comply and that is what this conference is all about. It is a bunch of really really interesting people who I cannot wait to meet some of them in person who basically were just like. I'm GONNA find a way to do this anyway in. I'M GONNA to do it. You know by circumventing. The regulatory system does so one of the people who speaking as a lady by the name of Nitty Bali and she's in North Carolina. A and from what I understand. North Carolina is just a disaster when it comes free speech about health and nutrition So my understanding is like there's a guy who had a really successful blog because he treated his diabetes like Akito Paleo Type Diet and the RDC lobby registered dieticians and stuff in North Carolina. They had the licensing board basically. Like go after this sky brutally or you know giving nutritional advice without a license and so she is also in North Carolina and she wanted to be able to speak freely freely about her thoughts on the health benefits of certain foods and certain diets and she also wanted to be able to distribute food to people especially foods foods that the regulatory state often frowns upon foods like raw milk in unwashed eggs and all kinds of other stuff so she she started a five. Oh One C.. Three Food Church so she took the constitutional legal protections of a church urge in the legal format of five. Oh One C.. Three and like mash them together to create an entity entity that thus far has completely lately stymied the regulators in her state. So she's Gone Roque. Wow okay. That's an example. Yeah another great. One is Comey's Davis. WHO's out of Portland? I believe she wanted to do local meat. And you know to do meet in America if you want if I wanted to sell you a pork chop from one of my legs. It has to go through a multimillion dollar. USDA inspected it butchering facility and Camis realized. She didn't have multiple millions of dollars laying around to build a butchering facility. So she he founded. What's known as I believe the Portland meet cooperative? And it's an educational cooperative. That leads them. Do local meat eat without. Falling under regulatory purview. And it's just amazing what they've done and what they're doing it. Oh so so. The conference conference is going to be both practical and inspirational. And really were hoping conversationalist of we want people to come mm-hmm we want people to see some of these really innovative models so that they will continue to innovate around the regulatory state An and and and come up with even other new adopt some of these options in their own areas or innovate new ideas that allow them to pursue sued their dreams and food and farming. And you know basically as a way to push back so I'm very excited about you. Know some of the speakers a weather going to be able to talk about in different ways different ways. They're playing ball in the insanely over over-regulated food and farming. Thanks fear Congressman. Thomas Massie apparently is one of your speakers. He's a tremendous guy. Listen to so it definitely sounds like something something people with an interest in this and by the way that's a big chunk of my audience wanted to attend so where exactly taking place so it's taking place at the Cincinnati Sonetti Airport Erin Kentucky Because the airport is actually on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River and so it's January twenty fifth It you know. We've we've tried to make it a super affordable event because we want a lot of people who have dreams of starting a small business in this area usually really. Don't have gobs of money and the great thing is like Joel. Who dreamed up the event Holly Faces donating food for the event? A bunch of other farmers farmers are Right down to the menu. It's all going to reflect the type of food and farming economy and dreams. We have So it's GonNa be a real good time five. January twenty fifth the website once again is rogue food conference Dot Com. I'm linking to it at Tom. Woods dot com slash fourteen. Seventy vigny six. So if you're driving around just fourteen seventy six get back. We'll have the link up there. Well I hope it's a big success for you. I Love I just love examples of people people just fighting back or just doing things without asking permission just carrying on as if they live in a free society. And it's it's it's tremendous and I'm glad you're at the forefront of it keeping be an eye on what's going on so that the rest of us can be informed. Thanks so much John. Best of luck great. Thanks all right folks one quick for you if you have a website don't let that be a lazy Bum Not pulling its weight. Make sure you monetize that thing. I got a little over the shoulder video where I show you half a dozen ways. 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You're listening to wrestling observer. Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Semper v maybe on the sports byline broadcasting network show. Brian Elbow is here wrestling observer. Live makes semper for. Va also wrestling. Observer Dot Com right here and let into today and let's start with with these smackdown numbers as I said in the opening segment. I made it clear that he shouldn't freak out about this. It's number because the show is moving to F s one and it was going to be down okay. We all knew that now. Everybody made predictions about how much lower it was going to be. In point nine million now the debut on Fox the show did three point. Eight eight million viewers basically four million viewers four weeks ago as what. That's what W we needed for their Fox view. The following week without the rock they did two point eight seven seven seven million viewers so almost three million viewers and then the week after that they did two and a half million viewers so yes they lost one point five million viewers over three weeks which is like atrocious but two point four million viewers looked to be where it's probably probably gonNA settle in. I mean maybe dropped two point two should be right around two point four. I mean the idea that could never drop below two million. I mean it can drop low two a million trust me but two point four million viewers so I thought all right well. The show's move in F S One. It's in few for homes. I mean they promoted it like crazy on Fox. They promoted. So let's presume that you you know they'll be down. Let's just say twenty twenty five percent all right one point eight one point nine million viewers. This number comes out yesterday. It is eight hundred and eight thousand viewers eight hundred and eight eighty eight thousand viewers. I know that we said not to read too much into this. That is so oh like almost impossibly low now immediately. I had all sorts of people giving all sorts sorts of excuses and among excuses was well. It's on F s one which is in far fewer homes okay. I know that some people think that F s one is available. Mike Forty million homes or something like that but it's not it's available in eighty five million homes okay the USA network in TNT are available about ninety million homes. So we're talking a difference of five million homes here. This is not like the F. One is available so you can't say well nobody gets this channel. That's not true. Okay so he kind of have to throw that out the window. I heard the excuse of people probably if they have a DVR D- You know it's it's their DVR is going to catch it if they don't go out of their way to set it. I mean listen if you WANNA watch smackdown. You're telling me that you you you care so little about the show that you didn't think to fix your VCR on top of that for everybody watched it on for example Youtube TV. Like I. Do you know what I had to do to record smackdown. NFS One on Youtube TV. What nothing because Youtube? TV automatically recorded smackdown even though it was on another channel. I didn't even have to do anything. I don't know how to explain this number. I mean it's unfathomably low you had rick flair. You had whole Cogan. You have brock listener. You had Cain Velasquez you edit promoted on Fox shows yet it promoted on smackdown yet it promoted on raw. It is an appalling number like it's lower than what the Awa did on TNT going. It's very strong competition this past Wednesday night. Let's see what the show does this Friday if the show is doing two point four million viewers on Friday. Then there's really nothing to worry about. But I'm mildly concerned about this number. That's very low at. Yeah that's shockingly law. I'm blown away that it was so low World Series did what twelve point two million people. I don't think all of them were washing. smackdown of the obviously some of them probably were. But we'll see what happens on Friday with the number ends of being but yeah on paper that that was pretty terrible you know. Forget about the demographics. Throw them out. Oh Demos were absolutely her atrocious. Yeah it's I mean what are you really say it. This might just be a massive operation You know it's like you're saying though about the recording the show in most cases a DVR can catch it. No matter what station it came on. I mean it didn't affect. Hey W did the levels that it obviously did here. being true. TV is as you know. W W was nfs one but again we'll have to see it. Just seems to be such a randomly. I it seems like such an outlier of a number burlap to see if they don't they don't respond back. But if you say F S One into your remote you know they'll take you to the station. I think the days of people people you can find that they can't find the station is so it's it's a little love ridiculous by the way I know people are GonNa get mad at this and other people are gonNA say well. What's a terrible number but the reality is it's not a terrible number on Friday night? I don't know if you guys are aware of this or not. But there was an eight w replay and the w the replay. There was like zero promotion of this. There was no promotion on the AWA show. There was obviously no promotion on Fox or raw or anything this show on Friday night against smackdown and against the NFL did two hundred fifty five thousand viewers for an unadvertised advertised replay. A hundred thousand of those viewers were eighteen to forty nine. So I don't even know what to say about the SMACKDOWN DOT number I. I just don't even know what to say. It's just crazy so couple of other things here the latest if I can find it here the latest on Jordan Miles. We've been talking about this for several days as now now and I don't know why he posted this on his instagram. Since everything else. He's posted on twitter but today instagram or this morning or whatever he tweeted aided by tweets. Yesterday were completely disrespectful and were unprofessional. I have offended a ton of people and use anger to fuel me with but that being said I'd like to take this time to state and apologize for not caring about what others think of me the anger I haven't towed around kept quiet. Even took some els when necessary emotionally charged up due to the shirt which triggered past emotions. I'm never going to be sorry for being me nor will I take my words back. I'm the present he tried to say. Damn best professional wrestler in the world today but he doesn't actually say what he's saying he's just says I'm the damn professional wrestler in the world and university and a bunch of other things as well but he did issue a very short apology apology. He didn't really say who he was apologizing to but he did say. He was disrespectful completely disrespectful and unprofessional. So I guess guess we'll just wait and see how this all pans out. But that's the latest like Moore who was a public enemy. Anything samples that you know some of being hostels right to be style style. I don't know if he's got a right to be hostile. He certainly seems like in some ways that he does but ms he said himself. Sometimes the the hate that that fuels you and the drive that the turn that fuel into the drives you sometimes can load up your car and send it on a path into a wall And maybe he's done that maybe he hasn't but he did speak a lot of trews I think at least in how he sees them. But I have a feeling. The story is still not over with yet We'll have to see what happens. So Jay Lethal who was dragged into all of this couple of days ago. He was trending on twitter twitter. Because of all of this. I wasn't even aware of it until yesterday. But in the middle of him being dragged into all of this on social media. He's got a broken arm. Your I know that I found out about it yesterday. He was working in the UK on Friday against and he suffered a broken arm and apparently it is. How can I describe? This is not a completely clean break but it's a pretty pretty clean break. Which means if you break your arm I mean that's bad news but this is about as good news as you can get if you've got a broken arm so he's hopeful that he'll be back in time for final battle which is an early December? That'd be about four or five weeks. So hopefully that's the case. Best best wishes to him back in a moment more observer live it if you or a loved. 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Vp on the sports byline broadcasting network. It's over is here. Wrestling Observer. Live Mexica the wrestling observer. Dot Com mentioned Jay Lethal. I was I was going to see something else about the whole. Oh Jay lethal thing here. Today it was just so Jordan. Miles in one of his tweets went after Jay Lethal and and a lot of people very upset and like prior to. This is serious question for everybody prior to Jordan Gordon. Miles tweet about Jay Lethal. has anyone ever in history accused ring of honor of being erased. Is that actually thing Some people were pushed or why there wasn't more of an emphasis insist on more than one person. At one time. has come up at least again it is it gets bandied about and when so many people have caller have kinda gone through and you look at their history and you go okay. There's homicide there's certainly jay lethal There's Kenny King to certain point but the guys leave. Well hold on Taylor right now but but has that has it hasn't been asked. Yes has been you know but again I don't know so if that's more than necessarily anywhere else but it's a smaller place and obviously the targets more concentrated so to say that it hasn't been said but now it's it's been it's been said okay. Been Wonder Colin Second. Jay Lethal is the most I think aside from the Briscoe because it cut like thirty-five tag title reigns Jay Lethal is like the most decorated wrestler. They've ever had. He's held the world title longer than anybody. He held the TV tidal title longer than anybody. The only person of the world and TV title at the same time like the complaint forever was why is Jay. Lethal still all the champion. Did anybody on the planet expect that Shane Taylor was going to beat Bandido and win the television title. Shane Taylor has run. Roughshod through this company. Bandido Rhett Titus Tracy Williams Chase Owens Dragon. Leaflet Gordon Tracy Williams I mean he's beaten like everybody as the champion is still the champion right now. I mean yes there has has been in the last couple of months. There have been people who have left but Moose was super green and they were going to go all the way with him anyway and he ended up signing with w e well he tried to sign with W in his past came up ended up not signing with me and he went to impact but they were all on Moose before he signed with me. The same thing has happened with other guys. Like Keith Lee and Shane Taylor. I mean the first time I saw them in our awaits. They were running roughshod over everybody. And then Keith Lee signed somewhere else and so he was out of their chain Taylor stuck around. He ended up being champion. I mean there yes there are some people including Ach who you could. I guess you could argue that. They should have gone further. But Trust me. There are things with. Ach and others where. There's a reason that they weren't pushed. I mean there were there were issues and the issues had nothing to do with His race There were there. Were the issues that if it had been anybody else they also wouldn't have gone all the way with with these people. So I mean there's all these Costa Stations Aren't Foreign Warren or unfamiliar at any place in wrestling in lots of places. So I mean I. I wouldn't be so shocked that you can't believe that somebody was talking but I can believe in. WCW Yes there was a there was a racial discrimination lawsuit filed and like the very next week booker. T. became the champion. Okay like clearly that tells you something right there there I mean. WWE obviously you can look through their history and they've they've just I. I watched one thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine thousand nine hundred superstars and deer guide. I mean the stuff they do with Kamala. I mean it. It was horrible in ninety two. It's it's even more appalling to watch it here today but I mean ring of honor of all places. I have a hard time with that one text messages here. This should be an exciting day of text messages. And then I've got that. I've got more news for everybody here. I am shocked by the Knicks. Oh here's one or even mentioned today. I'm shocked by the negativity about the Roose Lashley Angle. Last night. I thought it was awesome. rousseff was majorly over the baby. Face Lashley as A. He'll look everybody. We're GONNA get the numbers in well. I had to talk with Dave about this last night. And we see things mildly differently. I was sad like to talk with David about this. We're GONNA get the numbers in an hour. And he said Ed if the numbers for the third hour was good that means this is working and he is right in the sense that it means that people were interested in divorce. I COURT BUT WE'RE NOT GONNA know if people were into the storyline last night until next week right. That would be partially Ashley True. Yes okay I was watching the thing last night. And I mean rousseff is his character is such a Geek. Like it's such a geek and maybe this will get over. Maybe they got a lot of geeks watching. I don't know but how. And Yeah you you know what there were chance of Rousseff Day maybe people will get behind him as a big baby face but he's out there and he's just so happy at the beginning of divorce court and and she comes down to the ring and his account and he's just always got his head in the clouds. Oh she's so beautiful and like think about this. Everybody Lana Eh is sleeping with Bobby Lashley. That's the story line. Lana left Rue Sevres and she is sleeping with Bobby Lashley Lashley. This apparently does not bother him. He still wants her back but when she comes out and says Roussev you're a sex addict now. He can't believe his ears now. He's devastated now. He's hurt I'm like you're hurt to be called a sex addict but you're not hurt that she's sleeping with another man. What am I missing? Part of this Did I forget about the part where she said that he wasn't as much of a man as Lashley and now the spin. They're going to try to put on it to save the day and say how this was off. Great was because you're supposed to Russa because I guess not being all man. Dan Means being he he was a sex addict. Wanted it all the time a out. Okay since we're making this up as we go along here obviously obviously give me a break. I mean I know there is somebody who look if you are sitting there in your around college age and you are sitting there with all all your friends in your high and you're laughing uproariously at this. I can't blame you but dave last night I will hear the rating to see if it worked again. I go back to the very bad analogy. But it's true of more people are going to click on Youtube and watch that buffalo bills fan be completely drunk and jump off the top of a bus and face plant missing a table And and just landed in crash and die and burn pathetically more people are going to view that view maybe something else of actual value. It does not mean that it was successful. It just means means that enough people were willing to watch the car crash and since you advertise two car crash. I don't even give these numbers any credit. We'll have to see what happens as the week goes on like a week from now and see how it holds up but I I don't if you're advertising a car crash and you get people to watch it I mean it's it's the hot shouting of the territory and it's great eight. Great that people watched it. Where do you go from here? How much damage did you do? We'll have to see how it goes. It's just it's the lowest common denominator in and and I accept that sometimes out of my pro wrestling but when it whips as I believe this one is and has from Jump Street. I don't know we'll see so this person I near says Brian Can the fact that one aired smackdown live on the west coast at five. PM and not on tape delayed ate during Primetime normal have significantly definitely impacted ratings. This would also explain why ratings went up throughout the show people in the west coast getting home from work and tuning the answer. Here's the answer. So the rating for smackdown has grown throughout the show. The last couple of weeks so it wasn't just this week so the grow throughout the show was most likely not people tuning being in the found out that it was on at five o'clock. PM That's very unlikely. Is it likely that the show airing at five. PM impacted the number. Yes is it ah but not to the degree that it did the earlier star time like the West Coast viewership as compared to the rest of the country. I mean you're talking. It would have been a very very minimal decline in ratings to drop from two point. Four million to eight hundred eighty eight thousand. There is zero chance that was because of the West Coast. Not Airing on tape delay. Maybe you you could so so. If we're not fox I mean maybe it would go from two point. Four million to two point two million but with the change to the west coast but to go from two point. Four million to eight hundred eighty. There's there's just no way no way and the predictions were like one point seven million so there's no way that number was cut in half because of the time that air on the West West Coast. There's no chance yeah I mean it may not have helped put have it be heard this bad would be kinda shocking and I guess it's a number that doesn't necessarily surly count the WWe backstage which debuted on October fifteenth. Doing almost six hundred thousand people That it was four hundred thirty thousand. Listen if you think about it. They're not going to get a better lead in and actually having smackdown episode one so doesn't mean anything there that they dropped one hundred and seventy thousand people. I don't know what the average all right now. Hold that thought Beckenham Observer live. 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Swear you're listening into wrestling. Observer live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Semper Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network. The number is year wrestling. Observer live much reveals wrestling observer DOT COM. This person ears says if you take the three horrible segments off of raw last night which were those goes by the way didn't specify make it two hours Bam you got a good show. Well I gotta say say something about the show okay so yes. The ricochet drew McIntyre match was like in the ring. It was a good match the AJ Umberto Burto Creole match was also a good match. But here's my thing. I tweeted something last night. And every now and then I'll tweet something that's innocuous and then like the next thing I know it's got three thousand likes four thousand likes had showed. Sometimes I watch Rod- I've just no idea what I'm I'm watching. And that's what I thought throughout this show and I'll just give one example which actually covers three different things so I have been told repeatedly repeatedly. Okay the idea. Is they want to get over ricochet and they WANNA get over Buddy Murphy and clearly if you watched the show they're trying to get over Umberto correal okay. So let's look at what they did this week. Well we had buddy murphy versus truth. They went three minutes. All of the twenty four seven Geeks came out. Our truth was distracted. And Buddy Murphy hit him with a knee and pinned him in. The ricochet match catch ricochet came out. I swear to God. True McIntyre beat him up for like fifteen minutes ricochet makes a comeback he goes for the four fifty drew McIntyre moves out of the way and when ricochet lands radio and flies in gives him an archea right on his head and everybody goes crazy for rain. You're in Saint Louis. They chant his name. They cheer him. Drew McIntyre Okay and then the Umberto correal match I mean. Aj styles gave him a ton and then beat him clean with the calf crusher with an immediate tap okay. So here's here's what appears to be the ideas you either win a bad match clean or in the case of Umberto Correo. You'll lose a good match clean. How you win a good match clean? Can we have that one of these days. Like that's one thing they don't do when they're trying to get these guys over. Have them do a really good match inch and win. We see like every other option other than that have a bad match and win have a good match and lose or whatever that ricochet thing was have like a good match where you get beaten up the entire time and then like laid out afterwards Bhai somebody who's a hero in that hometown. What's going on here seriously really? That's the plan to get these guys over. Every single one of those plans sucks. Now I will say with Umberto Correo yes. He lost his seth rollins last week and he lost a AJ styles this week. But we're we're now we're now in Chad Gable territory. Where Chad Gable was really starting starting to get over and I said this guy needs to win like this week? Because if he doesn't the people are going to lose faith in him and and they did we are exactly in that spot with Umberto correal. He needs to win next week. And if he doesn't Mark Mark my words the fans are going to lose faith in the guy. I don't care how it should work in theory. All I know is what happens in reality with. WFAN's WFAN's. He needs to win on raw Monday. He needs to beat Carl Anderson in either a singles match or if you WANNA WANNA do the six-man with the street profits knock yourselves out. But he needs to get the win period. I agree agree with you there with that said if he gets a win and then get stomped on and treated like a piece of garbage afterwards. We'll worry about that later. Yeah but no you gotta worry about now. No because the first thing is he needs to get a win like now then we can worry about the week after if they don't even give him a win now then all of this. So we're talking about is irrelevant. I guess I mean he gets get some empty wins. Does it really matter I mean again. It's not to be empty reception it's the perception perception and how you're treated. We'll see what happens. It just boggles my mind. A career could have gotten that win this week. I mean why. Why did he have to get be? Why did he have to get knocked out of mid air made to look like a fool? Why did ricochet again fine? You WanNa have radio you so you get the big surprise that way. He's still dumped out of the ring like he's garbage at the end of it and just crumples out and that's it with them. It's just they do this constantly buddy murphy heavy to a lesser extent but Cedric Alexander. The same way with Ali the same way I mean you know I. We'll see what happens if he does get a win over Paul Anderson. But it's got to be to me. He not only gets the win but he you know during the process. Aj styles and Luke gallows or thwarted and at the end end as they stormed the ring he rolls out like the old time baby faces would and they slam in each other and fall over and he gets the stand on the outside with dimples in his baby face with his his hand raise defeating all three and not to have the street profits out there to help them because again th they're a separate issue but they're going to have to get over separately they're going to have to both get over as acts but separately so have them cheering him at the end and pulling him back you know and helping him up the ramp after he out. Fox's is everybody that's what he needs to getting a roll up win over Karl Anderson Africa takes ninety percent of the match. And we get a banana peel and then we get another ass kicking the the. OC seems to do to everybody. I don't think is going to help them. And I think that's something you gotta think about as you go into the match. You can't cross that bridge afterwards because by then it's too late I near makes a very good point if you listen to the Thursday. Brian Vinnie show. My grandmother is on the show every week and this coming Sunday Sunday is her ninetieth birthday. She's ninety years old and she has spoken many times of her friends. Sylvia who's right around on the same age Sylvia's a big fan of wwe ninety-year-old Sylvia was able to find smackdown on F S. One at the proper time so if a ninety year old woman was able to find it on the right channel at the right time then and you don't have an excuse. That is a bad excuse to say that these twelve to forty nine year old viewers were unable to find smackdown on the right channel. I I mean if you want to say hey we got a bunch of really stupid people on this planet. Like that's going to have to be your argument. If you give any respect to wrestling fans then trust me. They can find the channel the right time there are a lot of stupid. I mean there are like it's a different kind of stupid person. Says is your ranks. Give me life always love and respect your input Brian. I appreciate that. I love the way they take away. My life portions of each time my my segments this person. Here's says on raw last night. They mentioned Corey. Graves would not be holding back any punches. On his PODCAST CASS with his interview with triple h on Wednesday does corey. Bring up the T SHIRT ISSUE TO TRIPLE H. Well maybe he does because I'm sure they they have an answer. They were furious this weekend. They were furious so like yes. The shirt never should have appeared on the website for even one day but when w we is furious about something. It's usually because they actually feel like they were. They were very raw. So there's a lot to this story and believe in listen everybody. There's a lot to this story that hasn't come out and I don't know if it's going to come out but there's a lot more to this story. Sorry there's layers. Everything there is there is layers to a lot of this stuff. There's layers to the IRA stuff. There's layers there's layers to everything in. We'll see how those layers continue to be peeled backwards this onion. Even though he issued a partial apology there. There was no apology. He realistically these not going to be sorry for what he said. So that's still out there on the table. He didn't say who is apologizing apologizing to like. WHO's the apologizing to apologizing to triple h the apologizing to Jay? Lethal izzy apologize. WHO's he he didn't even say that's it? That's because of the apology is just. I'm apologizing Johnson. But I'm not apologizing. You know he's saying but he's you know he's not saying So that means it's not done and I don't know over his I who the hell knows what's going to happen once all the Saudi shove stuff shakes out once people get back once. These meetings happened in occur. It'll be very interesting interesting to see exactly what. Ach is role. Is something tells me. I don't know I know. He reached out to Gabe On twitter about booking him in a match with somebody something tells me That's not going to happen but we'll see person says do people in Wbz no the F. S. one rating is terrible or they thinking they'll be just fine. Well they're thinking about the exact same way that I'm telling you about it like yeah they realize it's like impossibly low but there's the presumption that when the show returns this Friday a on Fox in the normal time slot. It'll be probably around two point. Two two point four million viewers. And if that's the case then everything is alright now. If the show on on Fox on Friday in the normal time slot does like one point five one point eight million viewers. This is big time. Disaster territory. I don't I think that's what it's going to be. But even the two point two I mean think about what you're saying there was started from nearly four million people. We the last radio is a two point. Four with with an point five. Eighteen to thirty four. I know what you're saying. You know in relation to this number if it's a two point two then there's not nothing to worry about really but actually there is because because it keeps slumping they keep getting back in if it drops two hundred thousand overall. You know there's GonNa be some drop eighteen to thirty four and eighteen to forty nine which is again consistently steadily slipped the last couple of weeks. I mean that number slipping has been as consistent as any other number so well. I know what you're saying and we'll see what happens. Well here's the thing so I knew I told everybody Saturday after the Fox debut that was a bad show because that was their big chance to try to capture. Some new fans had been promoted for weeks on Fox they did four her million viewers and that was their chance and they built the whole show around everybody except the guys are going to be there on a weekly basis so you knew it was going to start to plunge now. It's fallen it's fallen. It's fallen in theory at some point. They're going to reach whatever their level is going to largely settle in at. I think that number is going to be around. Two point. Two million. I think once they hit two point two million some weeks it'll be slightly higher some week. She'll be slightly lower but it'll be an average of two you point two million which honestly over the course of fifty two weeks given that you know their their first run programming does way better than two point two million in their replay. Programming later in the year does like under a million. I mean two point two million average over the course of a year is fine for Fox and wwe if they drop well below that that's a big problem but I don't think two point two million as a problem I mean if you think about what they were doing on USA you know. Friday is a weaker Kerr night. So they're gonNA take a hit there but Fox's stronger channel so really you can almost average everything out to doing largely what they they were doing on USA. Maybe a little bit better so like between two and two point. Two million isn't a disaster now below that that's starting to get a disaster territory. The honestly think they're gonNA probably settled around two point two million. We'll see we'll see the holidays. Aren't going to help any this. which we got coming up and again and we'll we'll have to see what happens Other sweet sweeps in November correct November and February element up. 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Eight elite today announced a new tiebreaker stipulation for his world championship match featuring defending champion. Chris Moscow taken on cody at full gear. Baltimore Saturday November ninth. If there's no winner at the end of the sixty minute time limit a panel of three esteemed judges must vote. Vote for a winner. In event there is not a unanimous choice. The majority decision will be the winner. So I'm not a fan of judges in wrestling okay. But when I saw the draw at the end of the TV show last week. Like I know they're trying to get the draws over. I know there's a point me too it. I know if they get it over. It's going to matches more exciting at the end but there was something about it. They didn't sit well with me. I think he was only twelve minutes long and we just three months ago saw a draw in the Codey Darby Ellen match felt like it was too quick. It was too short. I just didn't like it and I don't think this matches going to the judges. I think the reason they're doing this and I have no inside information because I just learned about this during the break. I think the idea is. They don't want fans thinking that if we pay fifty five dollars they may not just give us a winner. It may just be a draw with no conclusion. So I think that's why they're adding getting the stipulation here. I don't think it's going sixty minutes. I don't think it's going to the judges. I think they're just trying to let you know that they're not gonNA screw you out of a winner in that match which w e by the way at Helena sell. I think that's why they're doing this. My guess is there's rarely going to be a judge's decision in a W and I think there's rarely going to be draws as well but I guess we'll see as the judges attack somebody afterwards impala driving through a table maybe ric flair you. You never know everybody. We're at a time when thank you all for listening. Mike is always. We're back later on tonight. 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Although peachy cut power in the area on Wednesday the post host and stretches of the company's high voltage power transmission lines were still operating in the area where the fire broke out. That's also according to a statement from the utility aww undocumented immigrants who have arrived in the US as children will be joined by community leaders and allies this weekend that assay begin a two hundred thirty mile home is here march to Washington DC. The march is being timed to arrive in the nation's capital on the day the Supreme Court hears arguments and a lawsuit challenging the trump administration's nations termination of the deferred action for childhood arrivals program or Daca. The program was instituted in two thousand twelve and allows immigrants who were sixteen or younger when they were brought to the United States to go to school and to work without fear of deportation Antonia aller cone as a plaintiff in the case. He he points out that for many. Dhaka recipients this country has been their home since they were very young. We grew up stuff that we have transit place where we work Eric. There are approximately seven hundred. Thousand people enrolled in Dhaka. The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling by June of next year. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting Lower Federal Courts have ruled the termination of Daca is a lawful and of issued injunctions allowing the daca recipients to renew their status. The the State of Michigan joining the list of states making moves to expand overtime. Pay On Thursday Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a proposal to increase the threshold for overtime pay two salaried alary workers who earn less than roughly fifty one thousand dollars an hour. The current overtime pay threshold is about twenty three thousand dollars. San England with Progress Michigan explains that nearly two hundred thousand more michiganders' qualify for overtime pay recorded wavered administration. The number of people that are eligible for overtime pay Actually decreased quite over the last decade so she basically trying to right the ship that way president. Donald Trump recently released a final rule to extend the overtime pay threshold. Sold to about thirty. Five thousand dollars. Whitmore's plan is in line with an Obama administration level that was blocked by the courts. California Massachusetts New York Pennsylvania and Washington also are working on similar increases. Mary Sherman reporting this is pms with the OPIOID crisis. Pushing more children in the foster care in West Virginia supporting foster parents is more crucial than ever Julia. Hamilton is a foster parent of two in Morgantown. She she says she wishes case workers were able to touch base more often with her especially to help her two year old son who was born addicted to drugs and has special needs a new survey being sponsored by the West Virginia foster adoptive kinship parents network is looking for input from foster parents such as Hamilton to get lawmakers makers to give them more support. Just give the voice at the table would be life changing because right now it truly does most days like it doesn't matter what we have today a it's not taken into consideration when making decisions for that child. The parents network is partnering with Marshall University and the State's Department of Health and human resources to develop the survey foster parents can participate at W. The foster parents dot org. I'm Diane Bernard Reporting Conservation Move Person in Congress to make good on promises to fully fund the land and Water Conservation Fund Jason. O.`Neil is with the Western values project. 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Thanks for tuning in on this Thursday edition of Classic Radio Theatre October. Twenty four th one thousand nine hundred fifty two. It used frontier town starring Tex Chandler Actually Jeff Chandler Frontier town the saga of the roaring West in town El Paso tombstone in town. The here is the adventure story of the early West. The tamed and the untamed from Pecos powder river dodd city poker flat. These are the towns they fought to live. Live in and live to fight four teeming crucibles of pioneer freedom. Wrong You you ever hear of a cow town called dose wheels. Don't feel bad at it happened. Just one of those frontier towns roistering and noisy Z.. Perched in one of the lushest richest valleys below the continental. Divide to me. I'm Chad Remington. The town's only lawyer but like everyone else. Yes I've got my own ranch with the typical well-fed slab-sided hurt a cattle which I valley is so famous. Just because he's cattle valuable. Well well it gives some in ideas that makes plenty of business and trouble for a saddle. Stop lawyer wasn't too long ago that I was riding into those grills from so much bread Cherokee o'bannon he runs the town livery stable now that we've talked him out of peddling is genuine Indian rattlesnake oil. Jerry was riding with me the as we cut across some open range trying to get to those really before sundown. Hey Hey look at those Hereford's Cherokee some day with a few more head. I might even be able to burn. EARN UP my law books and retired and and I use the term but the twinge of conscience. Oh you must have bats near Pelfrey looking at a bunch of cows life that reports done to offend your artistic integrity. See done now. He says I know you've been casting. Sultry longing looks at a bunch of blank Mike face cows one half that emotion spent on a proper female woman would be heard you tenfold one hundred zero don't you go biblical on the old reprobate and something else unless a man has a few head a good beefy can't afford to cast long. Lingering looks a woman. Chad my bar. Your total lack of sophistication fisticuffs and experience hurts. Me Deeply Amana. has some money in his jeans. Does need to bother with the distaff side. He can go out who John Barney Car Cherokee the older you get the more UNRA generous. You become your total lack of appreciation for a herd of cattle something that I- Cherokee rain up slowly burgo. He's been blue. Blazes happened to you. Chat how you see that. What a whole just ahead of us yes sir at a tin can lion next with lying on its side? Yeah that's my optics deceive me. That's an empty five gallon. Can what about it so lead pipes. It didn't taste contain spiritus for men's aside. That's liquor to you. Know it's a lead pipe. CINCH didn't contain anything that pleasant. I got off feeling that did contain five gallons of enough stuff to poison in every stare that drake out of that water. I if I ever get the pussy quitting polecat at that. ooh I'd like to get my hands on. Did this put in place a waterhole. I must admit it comprehensible even to me why would someone want to poison a Lotta dumb defenseless cow and but with their stock poisoning north. How many ranchers around here could pay their debts? You mean say someone deliberately by the Great God Pan Chad. This is the most nefarious bitchy scenery. I've ever I heard on certainly is now just a minute. I heard you say just the other day but not over half a dozen ranchers and this whole valley or mortgage to the Bane Sour Ball Ripley. Who owns the bank? Most of them do pay up year go last spring. So what they had lenny ever since Ripley shut off most of the credit which absorbed most of the cash folks had on hand. Everyone's been buying pokka store because Leisha Park has been willing to let his bills run. Why should parker few mean to insinuate Leisa? Parker's mixed up this cattle poisoning. You and I are coming to fisticuffs that all gentlemen. So honest makes me blast. Yes calm calmed down Cherokee calmed down. This has nothing to do with Leisha but legally if the ranch's can't pay their debts he could go to court get judgment and take them all over lock stock and barrel in liquidation of his claims. But if you say life is mixed up in it shocks Chad. I think you're putting your money on the nose. The wrong horse and making any bets on this ace race because I got a notion it's been fixed and blame. We're going to find out if I can before the sun sets today If I sounded like a boastful kid will. It's just the way it turned out because after talking. I'm Sarah Parking second not only. Didn't I find anything before. Sundown but I didn't find out anything for the best part of a week. What a hose continued to be poisoned strangers drifted in and out of town? Even the sheriff couldn't find out a thing that had helped then best I can piece it together. Another stranger arrived in town the stranger Stranger who wasn't too strange to the handful of gunslinger have been hanging around town and they got together. And that's that's another bottle the more you said you were over here. Hey Jan rescue group work done. It must be tired. Another glass without buttle. I got my work done all right. You know me boss sure do. That's why ship did you ever hear ahead of me any Any trouble Yok Snow Jasper in town snooping around a lawyer named Amo Chad remedy. But he ain't nothing left he believe me you better not find out anything. And he wants to go on Practice Law because that'll get him just the way I'm GonNa get store lefty. You Ain't never been here in Duluth before me in. The boys have been here for more than a week. And I'm telling Kelaniya Parker's stubborn old gold. He'll never sail. No let's just suppose the puck did you think is widow will on what I said with the bug or is is crusty old. Say his it shouldn't be too hard being Rian lefty. I'm sorry I just do get you just like you said you got a nasty temper. Has Me going over to that store and Talk Parker into an argument understand. Poor Parkway well that temporary is get so and grabs for his gun. That's all STU to grab his gun. Only you draw a really got something there. Don't let nobody tell me left east lottery brains teams instead of wasting your time trying to butter me up. You better get nowhere. Pockets store because once he's out of the way it's still going to take time for. I am the owner of all the choicest wrenches those real valley on. I'm getting so I just my tongue hanging out. Aw Alaska share. Oh want me to put that bold cal on the show for you would you please last year year at the forty two years. We've been together certainly doesn't take us like we got a new customer. Addi like sugar should shirt shit. I wanted a pound. We're sure you pound sack. You Ayman on calling me a liar no chemistry. I didn't ask you to come into my store. Come in and I'm not GonNa have some even crook like can you give me a half a pound. You get out of here dog don't you turn around encourage blackout last year. Doing you hit it old goat. Nobody's nobody's putting me out or no break away from that door Cherokee Cherokee he do shooting. Mrs Parker. He only shot in self defense at the truth. Mrs Parker this stuff I should draw L.. Now are you satisfied. Can't say that I'm satisfied. I guess a sheriff won't Hoji face of that evidence last. It can't tell you how sorry I am. I didn't get here two seconds earlier. That are just saying sorry I am. I know isn't GonNa Bring your husband bag but it's still an account to A. B. Squared up. And I'm hoping you'll let me squared come on Cherokee tennis court this down to the sheriff it was a foregone conclusion that the sheriff had released crew but not before we found out that he had something to do with this stranger. Who'd arrived in town? Lefty the slaughter not known slaughter. I decided to go down to the saloon. Larry was hanging out and size him up. Just in case on one more drink. They'll give you some money to lose it. Excuse me but the bartender point again to me is something I can do him of random. They didn't have something else on my mind. So right ask you apologize for calling me a friend asking for an apology and getting one two different things. Maybe I've been lucky you but I generally get what I asked for. And maybe that's because you'll make it your business to ask the wrong people. Maybe I didn't come here to ask you anything. I came here to debut something. You don't lie show. Parker was just shot down in cold blood. I thought you'd WanNa know making it my business to find out why you had the pleasure of meeting this Mr Baga but if he was a friend of yours I can't say that I'm exactly sorry you may be sorry during next time you're any gun hands. Try to finish off what you started your through. I'm sure you'll excuse me so I can start enjoy myself. I self assured Mr slaughter enjoy everything while you can keep up like I think you've started legally or otherwise. I'm GonNa help see that you enjoy enjoy the next fifty years of your life. Rotten away in jail. Uh we'll return to the exciting second act of our frontier town adventure in just about one minute October. Twenty Fourth Nineteen Fifty Two frontier town on Classic Radio Theater. I'm Wyatt Cox and coming up in just four minutes. The News of the day from sixty sixty seven years ago. Thanks for tuning in hi. I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans. 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I'm going to tell you I love my hi my pillow premium pillows and Mike Lindell puts his name on it that you will too and thanks for joining us on this Thursday edition of Plastic Radio Theatre here on your favorite state for listening to an episode of Frontier Town starring Jeff Chandler as it was originally broadcast Friday October twenty fourth nineteen eighteen fifty two in the newspapers of that privacy sixty seven years ago these were some of the headline dateline Washington Henry W Grunwald Washington mystery man. I and wire polar indicted by a federal grand jury yesterday on twenty two counts of contempt of Congress if convicted he would be liable to a maximum sentence of twenty two years in prison or at twenty two thousand dollar fine or both Howard. Such maximum penalties are rarely imposed walled known as a detriment and once described as a man who would walk walk into senator's offices with this hat on was cited for contempt by the house. Last April ninth a willful and deliberate refusal to tell tax investing to committee anything about his is relations with high officials of the Internal Revenue Bureau. Dateline Cleveland Governor Stevenson study accused General. Dwight D Eisenhower up conducting campaign which accepts colony and the biggest doubt as instruments Stevenson the Democratic presidential nominee loose scathing attack on Eisenhower his gop opponent and the general's vice presidential running mate Senator Richard M Nixon of California Stevenson Alcohol Slug Republican senators dose of our McCarthy of Wisconsin and William e Jenner of Indiana Stevenson. got a terrific ovation when he walked onto the stage at the Cleveland Arena and scarcely have opened his mouth when there was a shout from the crowd. Atta Boy Steve. Daytime Buffalo General. Dwight D Eisenhower accused the Truman administration the last night of injecting bigotry and class hatred into the presidential the ventral campaign and said his political opponents. Speak with the power mad voices. I'm the rabble rousers. The Democrats say. We'll do anything to win the election. November fourth quoting every boss of the Administration Party will go all out and down the line to deliver. They will deliver by fair means and fowl. The general told his audience in speech prepared for delivery at the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium Dateline Sparta Tennessee a fantastic band of highway. One led by self-styled killer and maniac who laughed weirdly while he looted his victims. Spread Tariffs Cumberland Hills. Yesterday police listed fourteen victims of the band's ride robber Saudis in in two states despite roadblocks up to entry deep across every outlet from this rugged Middle Tennessee area. The BANDITS ALLUDED CAPTURE Dateline Baltimore G Edward Grammar New York businessmen convicted yesterday the first degree murder in the almost perfect slaying of his wife. Judge Herman Moser who must sentenced grammar even the hang or the life imprisonment delayed pronounce onto the penalty. Departments depends to file a motion. New Trial Grammar found guilty of fatally beating his wife Dorthy Mae Mother of his three little girls in a murder plot masks as an AUTO WRECK DATELINE NEW YORK president. Truman yesterday should have at least one job when he leaves the White House if he he wanted. The recording company wants to make a few records of his piano playing Roger Brown President of Brown Coal Records Inc. mentioned the Truman renditions of the Missouri Waltz. The Blackhawks walls and beautiful Ohio is likely bestsellers in a letter to the President Brown. said I understand that you may be temporarily unemployed effective January twentieth nineteen fifty three. I should like to suggest that you consider reporting a number of your own piano favorites for national distribution. No word at the president's it's going to sign on the dotted line though some of the day's news sources reported in the newspapers October. Twenty four thousand nine hundred and fifty two on your radio frontier town which continues now. Classic Radio Theatre And now a frontier town ISCI sounded like a boastful kid. All over again I mean going in and deliberately rubbing lefty slaughter the wrong way I've found until you rubbed a for. You can't tell if the animal you've got a house cat or polecat. Sometimes it both dangerous. which trap them different ways and I found out in short order? That slaughter was as cold and Cocky as they come knowing that there was is nothing more I could find out until such time was he chose to make his next move so Cherokee and I sat for four more days in my office above Jarecki's livery stable able looking out the window and watching the entire street and late. The afternoon of the Fifth Day Cherokee turned away from the window suddenly double diet dirty. Gunslinger who terminated leisa Parker's. Mortal existence is walking down the street with lefty slaughter. He was walking with him now. Crew turned off into the saloon. Hey Hey hey see. What's heading straight for Mrs Parker store? That's the case certainly seems to be that what we doing loitering about this league. Loggia Right Cherokees or grab your hat or your gun or both let's be finding out what business slowdown might have with Mrs Pocket in some of the boys over the hotel told me about the misfortune. You head Mrs Bargain. I mean about your husband technically mankind mattie kind of a stranger to come over and pays sympathies and believe me sympathy is just what made me jump in today is he. I got to thinking about how difficult it might be for a woman like you to try and run a store alone days. I'm afraid really takes a man's mind to run a business right. Well isn't that the truth and since I came to those real is looking for a business to go into myself and with you now probably wanting to sell. Oh I wasn't wasn't thinking of selling up Mr Slaughter. Hello I know this may sound go into sudden but I'm willing to pay you a fair price. Okay say two one thousand dollars two thousand dollars. Why we've got more than twenty thousand dollars? Onus on the books sure books with a cattle dying like flies twenty thousand is in with and he took to write it well I. I don't aimed arguing with a woman but I'm a fair man and once I'm sorry I make up my mind. I don't let anyone change it now. It's that too bad and now you just listen to me. You better do the listening. I've got three thousand here in cash. So suppose you sit down and start writing out that bill of sale. What if I were a man when I picked that shotgun off the wall Elo slaughter? What are you doing here but then again no but since you are determined to stay those three us? I'm just being neighborly and seeing as you want to spend your money. I thought I'd suggest Mrs Parker that she accommodates you accommodating. What do you mean Chad? Well since you haven't done much cash business this year. I thought maybe I could help them. Mr Slaughter spend some of that cash. She's got on him right here since I see so all fired anxious to buy something can't I don't want any of his money not any of it to know who said it was his money. I'd hate to think where it came from. If you could think at all you'd keep your nose out of this. What do you mean think they could just smelly keep his nose out of your business reach to the high heaven you rule rule out? Don't worry about your storm. You able to get up. Jackie Hatton AH once I get some of these shoveled. My Hair's slaughter that was a mistake hidden Cherokee bad mistake for you but at that I guess you wouldn't wouldn't. They hit him if he hadn't been twenty years older than you are. WHO SAYS So? I see so I'm about your age. Why didn't you hit me I'm not too gentlemanly to hit. You beat the brains out of the bladder much satisfaction to that Cherokee won't hit back while while I'm facing and if I had my way I Christian his thick skull with a few bottles of my Indian rattlesnake oil applied with Vega. See both of you. I'm sure you will but you're not leaving yet remember. I was going to help you spend some of your hard earned money here with Mrs Parker. Jarecki's load some of picks and shovels your knocked over into Mr Florida's my boy. You've got a most imagine divided. What does he with picks and shovels from what? I've thirties fixing to dig his own gray three. Pick out your arms. You insult human race in this role against lot of yoga pay for this. Three picks and shovels will be well in round numbers. I say Fifty dollars is a Cherokee since we always aim to help the customer. Just peel one of those off. Mr Slaughters Bankroll just just one. You're never going to live the life of Chad. Now let's see you can carry a little more just about room for a boulder that Calico and it's just the right color to a yellow. y'All don't make a nice yellow shroud for that grave. He's digging for him south with all the money he's got left. It's too bad we can't sell them a headstone. It's going to be needing that soon. I think we're going to be laughing on the other side of face before I'm through with you have for the time being you're through with me now so addio Slava and in consideration of your one hundred dollar purchases morning. Mr Obama will be glad to open the door for you as you go goodbye. It sure committee Ted. I just can't thank you enough fridges. Thanks you little premature. What do you mean that makes? He knows what that group is up to seems to me. Lefty slaughter found out that almost every rancher in the valley owes you money. He's decided to cripple them. Force you to sell out to him and then take over what ranches. He's wanted for the money they owe the story. How terrible why did you let them walk out of here to have him arrested because so far he's been too smart involved himself as his hired gun folks his dirty work until we get them slaughter? Still the clear I see but isn't that anything can do to stop them before they they mood. Someone else like lash. What I'd like to do is create a situation which may force Lauda into doing something he hadn't planned on some crime he hadn't figured in advance then catch them red handed? I think we can. We says Parker. If you'll give me your permission to call a meeting of all ranchers all your money right here. Richer store. The conclusion of Frontier Encounter October twenty fourth nineteen fifty two and three minutes on this Thursday edition of Classic Radio Theatre. Nothing is more important than protecting your family and property. That's that's why you should make a free call right now to vivid the number one smart home services provider in the. US vivid will make your home safer and more secure with a state of the art system. That's so simple. Simple to use. Vivian smart home. 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A conclusion who's new frontier towns starring Jeff Chandler from sixty seven years ago October twenty fourth nineteen fifty two Quiet quiet please. Those you stop acting as if you're running this whole show Remington. Let Sarah Parker do our own talking. Now there's no talk in for me to do. I've sold the store. And all of its assets to Chad Remington. And from now on you'll have to do business with him the grumble if you want. But it isn't going to do any good you all this store money and I want cash on the barrel head on if I don't get it I'm going to court and take take judgments against everyone argue football. It must be turning over his grave. Honey expect us to raise money now. You'll can raise money. All you gotTa do is drive the academy market and sell it off. Why it's almost two months still ship in time instead of standing around here arguing? I'm advising you to get together and start a drive with your herds up to the nearest railhead. I'm only giving five days to be back with cash so if you know what's good for you you'll be on your way by sunrise. Tomorrow morning noon Ooh Loco crew Remington van out Mrs Puck in store or showers there myself with the whole all crowd and he told them to get out and drive their cattle to market and be back with the money

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No. So I had this thing in my throat just wanting wanting to threaten me an my nep-, so Donna had a bunch of these oil, oregano gel caps in bag out of, you know, which, you know gets shot by the TSA, but the. I think I took to a midnight and, and just kept them fine. I'm gone co all that little stuff now. This is the one apple cider vinegar thing. A lot of young guys. You probably don't know this, but black and white movies old movies, you know, in the sixty seven a kid, you watch and you might see all wonder now they might do it, but they take this stuff out. You know, you don't see all these grandma remedies being shown in movies and stuff, and what they do is they have somebody over. Oh, I'm so sick and he got a towel over their head over a. Steaming bowl of something. Okay. So they're just like put a towel over their head, and they got their head over a bowl breathing something. And I'm like, what the heck is that what why would? And so, even as a kid, you feel sick, you're desperate for anything teenager, whatever you boil some water and you can't let the vapor go in or maybe you put some Vicks, vapor rub in your nose and do it or whatever. That's not it all this time. Grandma says and been done, what was they were doing is they would add a little capful of apple cider vinegar, and the reason was is it with vaporize, and you breathe it in that hot water. It would rise up and you have a towel over. And you're breathing the end as vaporizing. Apple cider vinegar into your lungs. And the reason is, is because it changes the ph ph the flu viruses, and so on a cold and all that kind of stuff can only survive in certain conditions. That's why you don't have diseases transfer from between different animals, often. So I you know, your cats got freaking plague, and you don't care, you know, I kind of deal while sometimes I think they're they do transfer. But generally they don't so it's because of a certain ph a certain temperature certain certain certain assert, so the viruses and bacteria, and pathogens fungi, whatever that exist in us do so, because they're in a s j w safe environment. Okay. So they're just like all hose, we're got Justice. So they just sit there replicate go crazy. Well, you change those conditions and -biotics go in them up or. You get a fever. That's a big one. That was another thing. I sent my friend is eat. There. Let me finish up on that one. So, yeah. He I'm disease. We'll get to that. I even put it up on the site yesterday because I was just research is today, share this thereby the ph and the environment that you create in your lungs with the vaporized, apple cider vinegar makes it to where the viruses, and certain other stuff can't strive, they just start a die, or they don't like it or it. The replication thing goes bads often. Okay. So when you have a fever, that's what's going on. If you get over one hundred and two, three whatever, and it'll just keep going. Oh, it's still infection. All right. We got a signal from the troops on the front line. We need to nuke them. I was nukem you know, or or we scorched the sky or whatever the hell so your immune system does this. Well, we're always trying to suppress it. Oh, no. He's got a fever. Oh my God. Take this pill, take away your fever. Why? Because it's a symptom, we gotta take away symptoms, then you're not sick of take away the symptoms. Hell symptoms. Oftentimes a cure. So you have heat raising the body temperature so that whatever it is. That's right. Is fever broke why? Because it killed everything you survived killed it. No can't do that. Well, what the hell you think all this chemotherapy and stuff is now damn near kills? You hoping that you survive, you know, your system survives the onslaught on whatever the hell it is. They're going after. So temperature is a big deal about a year ago. You're and a half ago. My son in law has a client. He does financial stuff and planning and Medicare and retirees. And that kind of thing and he had a regular has regular client. And he goes, and visits a lot of people just keeps up the them a lot of them are elderly, a lot of them are just going into retirement, and they're just yell, cool people. He's nice guy and hang well, this one woman had deteriorated into a Walker has lime disease. And Lyme disease is. I'm not even sure they really know it's bacterial pathogen of some type that it can't be gotten by your moon system is easy, because it Burrows into the tissues and kind of hides sticks up a little thing about the, the cells, and the cell walls, and so on and does business, but it's you know, it's protected from the immune system by hiding physically you know, kind of thing as I understand it. So, and it just gets worse and worse and worse and worse over time and away it replicates you just can't get. So what they did is they have. And I don't think he can do it in the US or they're not yet they she can only find the treatment in Mexico. He comes back, a year later signer up do check on whatever and kinda and she's doing it around walking around going on trips, hiking comment. Woo. What the hell happened? She cured herself. Well, that's how she did it. She went to Mexico where they allow this, and they put you under anesthesia for series of days. A raise your body temperature. I guess they want to keep your brain not too hot, but they just raise your temperature your body temperature for hours at a time for suspended period of time and Hilda. Both baked, the crap out of her while we're always trying to make it fever go away. From the third letter of captain, Mark. The crowns observation conditions us to be dishonest with ourselves, therefore constant surveillance produces a society of constant deception. 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So it's just pumping is just wearing well naturally. Regenerating tissue is needs nutrients, you know. Yeah. I'll rebuild this wall. I'll get new lining, new goal, nice pink and plump and everything. If you give me the bricks to build it with, you know. So that's what's happening is our food chain is so polluted. That's another thing. Just polluted doesn't have what you need. Soils been depleted. You made that, you know, celery green, but it doesn't even taste like anything or stuff anymore and you don't know until you have your own garden. And what happens when the kids were like late elementary schools like two thousand around in there. We moved into another home that we rented closer to the restaurant had a nice yard. Reminded us here is very similar, but much smaller lot, but hit spring. It was like February or something in, and it hit spring, and all of a sudden, boom, the backyard just there's grapes, everywhere, and raspberries, and, you know, different kind of. Booting producing something, and I go, wow, this whole thing was a guard. You know, they had this all know, set up, I go, okay. We'll do a just a little ten by ten over Nagorno over there. We had a pool and there's a pool pump area and over beside it had like, you know, ten by ten area, we could do, and I go, we'll do we'll plan our first garden plant a little stop. But this'll be first garden, because the kids were in elementary school, still, I don't think they had started junior high yet, and I wanted them to know, you know, outgrow freaking tomato plant, you know just how it tastes. So we grew grew bell peppers, and different kinds of, you know, cucumbers and let the regular tomato crap and we did that and it's a small area and it took a little bit work. I mean, you know, when you go in the ground yet we stuff, so we did that. And the news era Gatien to in that property or a gated. Yeah. That was downtown near Gatien. So you get plenty of. Water and the kids, you take a tomato often, you eat it like an apple. I'm is just awesome. Well, I liked little cherry tomatoes. My friends, you know, one of my friends used to have won a guard with much. He's cherry to you just walked through, and just pick them off the, the vines and talk and eat tomatoes. I love those things like oh, yes. Then there's a certain kind of bell pep. What do you call it banana pepper thing? I, I know what they are perfect for slicing into slices. And putting on cheese. Chris or pizzas. You know, I just it that was crap. So I even took the siege of my favorite ones, and we saved and put them in the freezer, and I go these, these days these, these these and then. We lost him or something donnas been trying to find them and keep planting stuff. Is this the one yeah ever since? So. We did that. So the kids could taste. And we could taste what a real bell pepper taste like what celery tastes of broccoli tastes light. You'll even know it's not the same it's like our chicken eggs, you, you have these chicken people all ver- banging out some eggs. Now it's getting a few dozen get a bunch of chickens man layabout every thirty six hours. So you can just do the math, you know. And we got like how many we got fifty sixty now's about fifty now and then we I just got a rabbit hutches little thing that Frank had Docker Frank that he didn't eat anymore. I dunno shot the rabbit, or something by these. The need that anymore. And I go that'd be perfect as Niki baiter now do little, Audrey no light source. Keep it at temperature project thing because I can't, you know, hopefully and we'll do that. And we'll go to start making our own chickens because we have some back there that are naturally born on the farm here, Hilo, chicken abo-, hide somewhere underneath a coup for whatever. And also, eighty chickens out and we're going okay. We'll go ahead and start hatches and set it by a semi regular faced coming in. But the eggs are totally different not even Saint category. Really high. Right. Judge just Yami else like. Soft boiled egg, just like three. It's just totally different. We wanna make sure we know what the difference in soils depleted machine. Oh, yeah. Just Rican robo salmon farm, and stuff. There's a video we had up about poets fish must be good for you. Get padras amid gonna do it. And fin. So the protection of life, liberty and properties is with the Free State price about, but it's, it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. Yeah. We can have a free market truly fee market, making it just a great place to live. It's the world's largest voluntaristic libertarian community, and it's only getting bigger. That's amazing to be able to move to other people like passionately believe in being free and independent with the Free State project is managing to do, though, is to put their money where their mouth. 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The Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course and declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The AP says by made the declaration, Thursday, folly, two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta by said, keeping hide would prevent poem from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least a hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon wasa, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the nauseating school shooting. It's the daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city centres, and then world communities homicides, and suicides, like Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves, the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and higher gun death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence. Orca shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people a path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric Ladas catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re-applying protections every eighteen months, government already knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and seperation from their home and their children, as President Trump looks to and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lacked additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate. And with the legislative session, join to close Bill that would right. New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals law has gained some critical support the climate community Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times, and now with the democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica often Mahar with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable. Low income communities. I'm envious. Here's reporting like this week. Governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act priority for this legislative session. Finally, are natty Aram Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the dorm bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill. They learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring mouth-to-mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a privilege to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the onset. Kim, Woodward of Orange County EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Dismiss conception of CPR is am I going to get trouble? In my going to call form to remind so that they are they're protected in North Carolina. Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are assisting in the -mergency are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands. Only CPR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double or triple a person's chance of survival in this debate debated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the intervention of CPR, thus according to the American Heart Association. I'm Mike Clifford. Thanks wrap. It up you week with public do service. We are member lists supported Iran line at public, do service dot ORG say we have a difficult time. What if we are to be prepared for it? We must first jed. Without fear, because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me, but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred here's we have caught these machines. 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There's a lot of stuff that we have yet to really start pushing as participation in a community, because I don't like these collectives. It's always commute. That's not how it's was built. It's not like that freedoms Phoenix is a tool for me. I get to do. Whatever the hell I want. I could think about anything I let you do it. Okay. So it is a when we start emphasizing that for the twenty twenty campaign that is a campaign for what campaign for frigging in. Oh. Me and not them. I mean I it's going to be, you know, for yourself it's going to be protection mode of. Let's leave that one alone. I mean it's going to be a tool for you guys. It's been built up over a decade that way, fifteen years. And I'm going. Yeah. Yep. Yeah. Well, then here came base book and all this, but it's free. Is it? Let's get the group on emails for free. Gotta get that. And then, then, then then, but the but don't okay I'm in stupid. I get one I'm going to get another thing. Now go shopping online. Sometimes, I'll go, and I might Neil something. I just got to go get right then. But even then you go online. Find it and you go pick it up at the customer service, WalMart or something, and I'm going on Amazon got it going on. And then he tell you, that's when they're vulnerable when they look dominating this hell, when it's forever, and always none shell beat or compete with or pass the kind of deal, whatever. So I'm going. Yeah. That's when it happens. It's going to be, you know, not Alibaba Alibaba China. It's kind of like Amazon on pallets is like Sam's Club, the WalMart. I mean, you know, it's that kind of thing you buy bulk and you get louder deals, and so on, but I also do that. And I'm him the futures looking pretty good. You know they have. See if I can just pull that one up. I was going to show it to you, anyway. But Amazon is now delivering. By drone? We're going to do drone thing now here it comes. I had to hear someone. But let's go over some of the just the headlines here. I want you know you guys to see now this this, right? Here is a story that I went looking for research and for our friend respond yet, he's on a man. He's starting to get scared. He's like, I talked his ex wife and she's like I can denial man. He's just like fix out figure get your woo man will be atheists net FOX hole. You know, we'll see how it works out, but we're going to we're going to. We're going to, you know we've been trying to help them before Dr judy's been working with them. He's done the Ellie got some resources like a it's raining. So I'm gonna use my rainy day fund for I don't die. And so he's been on it and he's looking for the traditional medicine just they, they don't have a pill for it. So they're done. He's like, wow. So you know, we'll, we'll do some help. We'll see if we can get a miracle this one, and now at work started in this is they're talking about their trek towards hyperthermia thing. It started in two thousand when to cancer patients who also had Lyme disease Lyme disease came to my clinic almost from Boston and the other was from Canada. The Canadian woman had advanced breast cancer with metastasis to her lungs liver and bones. When I took a history on these women both told me that they actually suffered more from symptoms of Lyme them from symptoms of cancer, their symptoms. Typical of cancer be, but because I had not worked with lime disease patients before I did not know that some of their symptoms could also be due to Lyme disease. I gave them whole body hypothermia treatments for their cancers hyperthermia in its various forms is very effective. Well researched cancer treatment cancer cells die in the presence of high heat. So many doctors were wide use hypothermia on their cancer patients. Boom and then you're lime disease symptoms bone away and. So this is I don't know if he's the first one to do this whatever. But they got. Yep. We make you hot y'all in Mako on the beach. You know, with the solar collectors. I, I, I don't know where how I just saw the, the results from my son in law that sought he's gonna look man. I'm telling you know about this. So we've asked some people that. Or in medical tourism kind of thing or they supplier clinic, they own or something like that. We knew some people, and I'm just going what, what up with this thing. Yeah. Yeah. Why you have fevers. Co one thing. Yeah. But no. See the Obamas deal with Spotify to produce post podcast through higher ground audio Barack and Michelle Obama will develop producing Linda voices two audio shows for the music streaming service. What the hell is that America top forty according to Barack beard? Happn end plays up with me and listen to some reggae from our friends at Bob, blah, blah, I don't know. I have no idea. 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I s loaded with all of the YouTube Lia taken down your stuff videos. And this is going, a lot faster, Manet, there on man. They're on it. Now here we have a story. I haven't even watched this, yet it is social media will turn it is. Steam it and d tube. Dan, Dick's talking to James Corbett in this inaugural addition of the social media turn to series. We talked to Dan, Dick's of press for truth about how steam it de tuber helping independent media fund journalism in the age of Gutu, the monetization Facebook censorship, and Twitter, shadow vans, so there is Bill. I don't know where it's going to be now we took a look at steam, it and detour on all that stuff. And I'm I'm just wait. I tell you what, it's like this, this, this will give you the, the spiel. During the days of fewer around in nineteen seventy eight seventy nine I remember I probably senior in high school. Read some parties and everything. Somebody goes Johnny's got the VHS of deep throat. Why are we watching it? Are you kidding me? Well, you know, of course, there's guys and girls their thing, probably, you know, not good idea. But. It just dawned at the time. It was all this forbidden fruit out there. You got some porn and you can just get it on your own VHS. Well, that just put a mile marker in my head, is that, you know, because at the time back then deep throat in Hollywood there was in the seventies, there was lines around the block, and all the all the best celebrities had to go. Oh, it's so chic, we're going to go watch this, and you see in taxi driver with Robert deniro. He goes on a date with some Bank teller, Matt or something. And he takes her to a porn movie. You sure that, you know, I should be all couples come here, all the time, you know. And so I remember that in my brain as. Yeah. You know the man's not control it anymore. I don't have to go to some whatever theater of something. So it just kinda stuck in my head. And I'm like, all right. Well, then the first VHS. That I ever watched. I mean I didn't have one I didn't watch any didn't get nothing nothing until I think I was about twenty twenty one. It was eighty two probably about in their books. Barre pennsylvania. We were having a party and. One of the well, it was after work. It was like midnight or something. The restaurants close just, you know, everybody, you know hanging out, so there's a bunch of anything or any girls is probably by a dozen guys sitting around this little twenty inch twenty four inch something a little TV, and we had a beta be to VHS is a different format obeyed a video player recorder. And you have the choice of getting beta or VHS Sony had made it was better technology, and it was clear picture and better, all that kind of bulkier player. But, you know they were the crap, they're the standard, but it was proprietary. So he's all about proprietary. Oh, no. We've got you. Can't you can't willing? We can you can't. Well, then fine. We're going VHS so they went video home. Well, our VHS so they go VHS, VHS platform takes off and go stupid because it wasn't proprietary, bake and do. Make kind of whatever and it just overwhelmed. Beta though, are Betamax so, but I remember is he had a Betamax friend of mine, and he got Caddyshack, and we sat there glued in nineteen early eighties, watching the movie Caddyshack. That was the first movie I watched on video, and it was co hey, I'll take a pee break or something. You're, you're posited. Gama all this is the crap early eighties. Now you're looking at. What platform would it be on? DVD later gets had laser discs that you could even rent the laser disc players. A lot of the guys that would do movie review. They send out DVD's now to the academy for the kademi awards namely before it was laser discs and it have, you know interviews with directors. And it looked like a LP black vinyl record. I mean you guys wanting to know that just put laser disc and late eighties early nineties crap. Man. If you're a video file, that's what you had because that was cope. Okay. And it looked a lot better cleared Neil that kind of thing. So Cisco in Ebert to a movie reviews, they would do it on laserdisc want me, review, your movies, laser discs. Then, of course, help stuff because pirated but. So there was a time there when DVD's for started coming out was going to go, HD DVD, which I think is, Microsoft, you know, and then or Blu Ray. Now. Blu Ray was a high def but it's a different format just like beta VHS, so who's gonna decide when's it gonna happen? Will it happened? With beta VHS before which did the porn industry pick, they go. Hey man, we're going to go VHS because, you know, screw you Sony's proprietary. So you gotta Betamax player do you know, because they intellectual property, the crap out of it and didn't Japan of the what up, okay? Screw you next. Well, if you want the best, you'll get. Yeah. But what if I this is good enough, and it's half the price and more. Vail ability, and more moving suck it. Okay. You gotta take in. It's called the free market. They determine. And for the pornography industry, wouldn't shoes they did DVD's rigor DVD's and go, okay, why need my hi rez of pours? I want all the glistening, moist whatever the hell, you know, reason, and they go when you're gonna give me CLYDE death. Well they didn't. They didn't go Blu Ray. They didn't go HD. They just said that we're just sitting on the sidelines because the porn industry new, I guess, if they selected that would have been it. But then, you know crap happens just we'll wait until which one dominates. And then we'll do this. Why are we know what it is now? Blu Ray or whatever I'm even went through. But that's the issue they were waiting and, and it happens with video games, too. So you to know where the tech is going. It's video games and pornography. So you go. All right. We'll use wait and see whichever one. It is. Now then. That's what one I don't remember. But, you know, HD DVD I don't think there were like neck go either way. For years. And I think it's Blu Ray or they everybody says, Blu Ray now. So I guess it went, Blu Ray. And then you had to where the only place you can play the HD DVD's now, I think, is on, Microsoft, PlayStation, PlayStation, Microsoft, XBox or something like that. So these PlayStations you're not just buying a gaming system. You're also buying a player so like. Playstation, the PlayStation, number fifteen where it is. You know you get Blu Ray. I think so this is the battle that's going on. And I'm which one do you pick on social media? You know how do you permit it's going to be what's Wiley available? Convenient easy fact yada, yada, yada. And subsidized by the man to make it so for Facebook and Google. But there's alternatives. We'll talk about. 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Don't I sit here looking when you guys are on the stream, you can see if I put it on my computer, you know, what I'm looking at and kind of just playing or I'm not going to the bathroom or something. But Amazon, you know, this is one thing that's Amazon says drones will be making deliveries in months. They got a new totally different kind of interesting to way the drone works. Imagine a drone sitting there and it's like out six played drone. So it's kind of a honeycomb shape and. Instead of just having the blades, it has wings facing up and down. You know, it's probably like ring. It's got a ring around it, and it looks like a honeycomb with the ring at looks like a honeycomb cereal thing, but has a wink probably, you know, four three or four inches wide of this just. What's it like it's like a wing goes around it. You know, it's in a circle or ex-con shape. But when it goes up those wings are vertical, then when it turns sideways, ninety degrees, then those are actual wings that it can fly sideways, and I'm going. Well, that's kind of a cool idea. Well how you doing packaging? Well, it kind of swivels gambles in the middle, and I'm going, okay. So you need to look at it and zoom in zoom in on it. So you see what I'm talking about. Okay. See, it's got kind of these are wings, when it goes up on side in this gambles down these provide lift as it's going through go faster to the I'm going. Okay. That's cool idea. You know, that's that's different. Well, Eric calms you're going to get delivery. Now, we have here, I needed a part for whatever different things, and they're here, the next day, you know, it's amazing how fat and sometimes I can get same-day delivery. If I order it in the morning it gets delivered in the afternoon and guys delivering a lot of them rubers. Hook up with. Yeah. All right. Well, I'm, I'm delivering for Amazon by while I'm delivering people around, and I'll do both in the same time, but I'm keeping it going, then what happens when you have your tesla, you sign up with the robo taxi of tesla gets a cut, and you get a cut, and you put your car to work, and then you buy another car, and then your car is its own business, and it knows the win the go in for repair and maintenance feeling redoing whatever. And then it buys its own nother car and a car owned the car. I remember. Jonathan Monaghan or something that from a New York bitcoin conference years ago back in thirteen or something. He was talking about this very thing. He's on the stage and he goes, look, there's going to be cars owned cars. This is how it's going to once you replicate or push the button. And they'll go at some point, it will see that its resources, exceed its needs and to get more resources. It'll purchase the car will order another car. It'll just show up somewhere robots take over the planet. I think this is not going to happen. Of course. It's going to happen and what you can do. It's gonna cause somebody want it cheaper bettern. So when you say people have robots, we'll take everybody's jobs. I go sounds like I should own the robots. I remember it was called Fahrenheit, one eighty seven or something of the short story, and it was about a guy that owned the robot and sometimes they go on a murdering rampage. And then they'd have to flee and go to the part of the solar system, or something, where his robot go find work, but he'd sit on his butt, you know, well, then all of a sudden something happened what they found out is put him in extreme environments and whenever reach a certain temperature. He went homicidal just start killing here. So that's they found out what the problem was. I remember the end of the story or what happened, but it was just dawned on me that people are going to be living with robots working for them, like a plantation owner, you know with the. I don't no less revolting or something. I don't know. It probably will be a robot revolt at some point. And all that. I'm of the mindset, I'm going, we'll good. Sounds like I should some robots. Well here you have in Las Vegas guy has a bunch of lawn mowing robots. He goes around with a trailer, dumping them off and go around picking them up on get you mowing. This is common US home. I put this up because I knew it was. You know, tell telling of something common US home flippers are cashing out before profits. Get slimmer over resold within twelve months after being purchased made up seven point two percent of all transactions in the first quarter. Now, the reason is you sell a home in less than a year that you have, I think he got a different capital gains rate, or you get more taxes. Whatever. But anyway. So it's a metric they're measuring seven point two percent of all transactions in the first quarter were less than twelve months own. The biggest share since the start of twenty eleven. So what they're saying is that people are starting to sell before they usually they'll hold it the full year and they're going. I don't think I'm waiting we're going to sell now. We're flipping now. Why? Adam data solutions reported Thursday. Meanwhile, the average return on investment not including renovations, and other expenses dropped thirty nine percent almost eight year. Low, one of means Becky laters are on the housing market frontlines, where softening price growth, waning, demand and longer times to sell intern quickly into shrinking profits or even losses purchases of previously owned homes fell point four point four percent, and April the fourteenth straight year over year decline, according to the national association of realtors investors may be getting out, while a getting as good tod, Ted chief product officer. Adam data solution sudden report if investors are seeing profit, margins dropped they may be acting now and selling before price increases drop even more. Okay. Now, this is the one thing that we were talking about couple of weeks ago, I go look. When I was in oh, seven on the air, you know, we have premiums Phoenix or doing the level Lucien and so on. Was this. Yeah. It was it was like the summer after love Lucy star started. I wrote articles, I'm screaming raved, my hands. I'm going look man. It's getting ready to go. It's gonna go go go go go go go go, go. Here we go. And we had housing, you'll see on here at the top says newslink housing category. So you just go boom. You click on that, and it goes to the housing cow Howard Roker Howard Rourke architect. I n ram movie and book. All that was, what was it fountainhead? Yeah. So all of these things you start seeing, and to go ten years ago, you'll see the same thing, same kind of articles by the same people. Same issues in the same same same same, same saying, so I'm going, all right. Here we go rates for mortgages fell once again for the third week in a row, why to keep this bubble. Going interest rates kind of late. So anyway, I put this up there. And so I got the GB's again, I'm going here we go. Well, this is exactly what I was talking about what we looked at. And I was freaking out when it was in the thirty something percent of homes, aunt listed on the multiple listing service. You know, for. Real tours and others. Like Zillow everything's starting to be listed on there. Multiple multiple listing service for. This is a realtor list of who post up and who can't and you get a broker no go through and examined Donna does all kinds of research, and does the nego- look at, you know, five ten homes in a day in power look and shopping for houses. And that percentage in the thirty percent were owner unoccupied. Somebody had it was owned home, but it was unoccupied and I'm going, wow. What is that speculators? These guys from California going, we need to get some. So I'm going. All right. What's it now? Forty nine per half. Half of the homes. I mean just under half of the homes, here on the listing service, are not occupied. That can't be good. I've seen this before. That's when the dump happens. That's what people are getting nailed. That's when what was happening before there was lines of people at the subdivision here, they were selling their place in line to buy a house for thousand dollars. 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Well, I got that Bleier plugged in, but the computers, I opened up a bunch of different songs, and rejoinders, and it takes a long time. Two guys doing not in time in nine and you didn't get the music. But I get saying. Maybe not. Okay. The one thing that I wanted to make sure that we talked about, as alternative media thing, and you go on Phoenix, here, we have blockchain and social media miscellaneous articles about blockchain, social media. It's all the traits decentralisation is the point that I'm making to this, but you wouldn't have been as big I go. Yeah, you wouldn't have been zero. It doesn't matter how big your houses if you're building it on your enemies foundation. I just stop. I understand. I understand that we need it was the same thing with dealing with. We're doing fork fest, and so on a lot of the guys just, just a calendar was talking to Thomas Friedman about that. I'm going. Can you do? He's like I do a calendar. We'll do something somewhere, some. So I think they found one, and that's decentralized, and that can be used at go straight to cloud or Facebook or Google calendar of we know where let's have a decentralized, freedom oriented pirate event. Until Eric Schmidt, where we are win who. I go. Now, I've not. Okay. I just I'd seriously. So there is it, it's just a little bit of convenience to give enough to get something that has the traits that you've value more and what's been valued as the gaming aspect of it. You know, the click click, click, click click the notices the, you know, the bells subscribe, you'll rain that bell make sure you drive get hit that bell. You know you wanna get to go get your Pablo. Nghien drooling. Whatever self over to the game. And I understand it produces more attention of revenue. So you can make gap that, but there has to be another freaking model. There has me and who wants content providers. It's it, this is what the problem has always been content. It's good separate infrastructure, and I got radio station. But if you don't got content the point on them, what kind of content it used to be the internet was, I could have anything I wanted, you know, I, I wished to contemplate belly button, lint and make sweaters out of cumulated fibers from lab. Webre bom. And we I've done this before belly by do it now, freaking man, he'll belly button, lint, sweaters, or something just make crap up. All right. Here we go. You ready won't test belly but. Lint. Cloth, right. We'll do that. Nazi? Now's pretty sure it's going to find for me. You know what we're going get we'll get some okay? Now, this is the first thing he do the engine air like that. I was wondering on the hell are they doing? Okay. Let's see. Why do you get Billy button, Lynn how to clean bellybutton lip thirteen steps pictures belly button, lint, causes, why does it smell how glean the future curious truth about belly button, fluff? It goes on and on and on and on and on. And somebody's gotta be accumulate in so in making something. Now, I'm sure you know whatever don't you just want. I dunno some Rog Yoda Scarlett Johansson belly button, lint socks or see my point. I mean, the internet is just crazy. Donna night, just laughing our asses off about. I have the special I had this one goody hairbrush you get at Walgreens, but it's kind of stiffens big and I don't use it for. Brush, my hairs, far as you know, but I use it the scratch, scratch everywhere. I mean, give me give my brush and I and my sister got me another one, and they're named Abigail and Gertrude, okay? Gertrude heavy hardener air gets same Bram is just a little bit different. Bristles one softer nears depends. How much grinding I wanna do scratch, my whatever. Okay. So we're. Are you kidding me? Of course they do belly body scratching brushes and I put that on, you know, looked it up, and there's a whole blog post about all the and it was funny. As out laughing out loud, we're just sitting there, you know. That is to funny. It's three funny. So it's everything is there. But now it's not and assures held not monetize. And you're not having this free for all of what the internet used to be. And certainly before Google took over everything. And it's probably good up until about. Oh, eight I mean started even before them, but, you know it was they really hadn't had. They need you to do it. So they can know what the ban, and what the whole what you can't say that, that doesn't do the narrative of something. And so this is been a lot of the stuff that is. To bypass pirates is about just want to be up to speed on that blockchain company consensus buys planetary resources, now who's consented don't care. Planetary resources is a. Satellites at go out and spectra. Spector grab the be able to tell what different asteroids made up where they wanna go captured or not planetary resources presidency. Oh, Chris Liu Wicky and general counsel, Brian Israel have joined consensus in connection with the acquisition. Brian Israel served, in the US State Department's office of the legal adviser, while feel better about that where he was responsible for the international legal dimensions of space, oceans and international environmental government, governance matters, and served as US representatives, the United Nations space law, live law body that paragraph right there. First time I read scares the crap out of me already here. We have a guy that served at the US State Department's office of legal adviser over the hell. That means so legally by the State Department of where they can and cannot exert control. And they're responsible for international legal dimensions of outer space, oceans and international environmental governance matters. And he started US Representative to United Nations space law body. So is this tell you? How can they exert jurisdiction over space? There who's going to be in charge. The alliance cruisers gonna come out and enforce. Right. Brian Israel said, if theory smart contract, functionality is a natural solution for private ordering and commerce in space, the only domain of human activity, not ordered around territorial sovereignty in which a diverse range of actors from a growing number of countries must coordinate and transact. So. They're putting the bar code on asteroid or something. That's that's mine. I got it as mine, you know, bind. Well, it's called the pirate code nearly go pirates were every bit. You'll really. You know, there's not pirate heroes, what the hell do you think serenity was? But you guardians of the galaxy was hell. They were part of a pirate frequent consortium of combat pirate code of you're not allowed in you have to can't I mean, this is already in pop culture already anyway. Guardians of the galaxy pirates. Feel me. So this is going to be. How are they going to divvy up? Space bodies who's going to own what what's going to be the criteria. And here they go arc, which is satellites that they deploy these cubesats different via these are just cubesats either small, they're just like a double cube sad or something, the panels. Folded out on it. So this is going out in their finding resources that looks like it has a lot of palladium I shall take that one and it's only. A square meter of solid chunk of I'm rich now. I mean, I don't know that we're going to find out, it's going to make Okoko. All right. Planetary resources in Bhatt up damn. This is one thing that was up yesterday as a YouTube, Dan. Dick's did he do this? Yes. And Dick's Mary goes. If you have a problem with the straight pride parade, you're not seeing the bigger picture. And I'm I this is cool. There's guys in Boston that said, you know what we're going to do. We're going to have a straight. Pride parade. And they're going to emphasize on watches later. It'd be fun. 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The says by made the declaration, Thursday following two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta Biden said, keeping hide would prevent polman from exercising, their console rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon waas, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the nauseating school shooting. It's the daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city, centres and in world communities homicides, and suicides, like Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves, the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher gun death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence. Orca shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week the US House passed legislation that would provide more than two million people a path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re applying for protections every eighteen months. So the government already knows them, they're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and abrasion from their home, and their children, as President Trump looks and he's programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon, from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lack additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with a legislative session. Join to close Ville that would right? New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica Imahara with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New Yorker, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe, stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm envious Sears reporting, late this week governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session. Finally are natty Iran. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the dorm bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a quivalent to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the on say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Misconception of CPR is am I going to get trouble might go into calls form at you remind folks that they're, they're protected in North Carolina under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that? The people who are assisting in the. Emergencies are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands. Only CPR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double or triple a person's chance of survival estimated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association. I Mike Clifford wrapping up your week with public do service. We are member listener supported raw line at public service dot ORG, handcock believe me when I say, we have difficult time. But if we are to be prepared for it. We must I shed. Without fear because. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me. What because of the path that lies behind me? I remember that one hundred years, we have caught these machines after a century. I remember that. Members. Jacob love good friend, just spent Serie marijuana dispensary owner in Blaine Washington by the Canadian border and are up there. They come into Vancouver and all the Japanese tourist when bring in their hundred cameras and go take a picture of its legal on the wall, and then they walk out, and they'll buy anything. So true. You know, we're going to be up around fourth of July again donnas. Checking on it now you up for visit. Oh, yeah. We'll see what we can do. I'd like to, you know, it's kind of, we're in the middle of the deal that part of the trip, we're doing a bunch of stuff. I want I want if I can I love to go see me some Jacob do so dispensary owner I you're in the middle of cell, and that didn't go through happen. Yeah. There was all sorts of crazy, stuff, drama and politics and government. Now is some some some people I can't talk about people. Some people. He that. Yeah. Some legal stuff. I gotta deal with how about that hateful. Well are you still running at yourself now now? I am. Yeah. To jump back in and take my shop back over is pretty good turnaround, proud of myself, you know, look at it positively, so you gonna be okay. Think your business. Co. No. It change anything at the place is pretty much the same setup. And so on. Yeah. It's pretty much the same set up. I change changed some stuff in inside to get more space for more product, but aside from that, I James, the Atlanta changed the oil, change change the layout move. The counter back or something or. Yeah. Yeah. Had to create more space and get some hanging racks in the back, it's. Yeah. It'll look different racks in the back hanging for what a lot of weed lot of different products. Swede lottery. Another thing in the. Up here picture the. Products that you're able to sell. There's like, man, if it doesn't have the way the law was if it doesn't have something to do with we'd, like, lighters. And whatever I mean, actual touches it doesn't lights. You can't sell it. And I'm going. Yeah. We sell t get t-shirts, Gav Askin have unless it helps you smoke it or something. So I'm fill the way. It is. Yeah. Yeah. Then in our. Yeah. The legislators here are really set in their ways, and they keep pushing back actually they're trying to. Every session, they've tried to pass bills to make it harder on us, which is completely backwards. Is there a refresher on the other side? I mean as the industry coming up with going after and running for office, or beaten them, and SuAn and something they do in anything. No. Why? You know, the money's not there. You know, I mean, a multitude of reasons the people that are coming in and buying out companies wanna let you know, the, the market kinda wash itself out before they change anything, you know, typical games like that one thing you introduce me to legislators and forums and campaigns and talk to people, the years we go up there and everything, and I get the impression certainly in the ruler areas. Washington's kind of conservative. They say leave us alone. We don't care, but the politicians and these guys from Seattle men. They are Brecon social Justice warrior, and scumbags of how much can we rip you off and proud of it. You know. Oh, yeah. So what's, what's the tax rate now on the state we level? Oh, god. Well still it. Well, including my sales tax, it's forty five point five percent tax where I'm at Seattle's getting hit a little harder. Wait just in sailed Forty-five percent. In what, what, how's that taxed, you talk about sales tax tactic of tax tax include your federal tax recant right off any of your expenses because it's not so your tax Bill. Just in government, compliant crap is probably how much roughly probably around seventy four seventy six percent somewhere in there. I'm feeling like you just getting ripped off you cash cow for somebody, I worked for the government or any. No, I do. The benefit. You know, ain't got your pension plan or nothing, which you'll be offering directly. Yeah. The well, this high cost, I tell you, you know, I come across marriage. You wanna once in a while every now and then kind of might have some some time. But, you know, it's illegal here. I can get a card. I have somebody go to dispensary, or I could I could I could or could not. Okay. Well, one thing that I saw. There's two things happened that made me kinda see the free market Raines, one it was Mark victories in the Netherlands on vacation, and they're just checking out the red light district wanted to see what's what and the weed thing and the cap bays all that freedom stuff. See what's up? He's one o'clock in the morning. He's after one in downtown Amsterdam. All of a sudden, a drug pusher comes up. Hey man needs. We gotta by the what the hell would I buy from young just go over the Borrego's? Yeah. But they're. Closed. The free market rains. So he's like it's illegal to sell or anything after certain time, it's like you can't serve alcohol after certain time. Well, that's what they were doing. And he's going, no matter what even where it's legal in the Netherlands, you can go buy it. You could walk out with it. You can go smoke it there, you can do they were there's a law saying, you can't something bone. There's a guy doing illegal activity doing Dr. Dr every time I go amazing elt. So, you know it's there and then what you're doing. There's all kinds of restrictions. I can go over a bunch of this stuff. Listen to other shows, but I'm telling you, it's just to the level of stupid. Have they gotten less stupid? No more stupid Yelm. More stupid more suited God, we'll give you a more stupid example. Oh, god. Well, first of all, they know. So they changed the sign of laws in the signs laws used to be that you could have a certain amount of square inches of your sign, right? And now they changed the law to where we have to have no matter whether on it used to be just if it was fixed. My building now. No matter what if it's connected to the property. I can only have a thirteen hundred square in or twelve hundred square in sign no matter what. Now, right off property. You can have as big of a son as you want. So on my property. I can't have a big sign that. So people can see it. So this. Yeah, this was a billboard company lobby. I believe so or they actually, I believe what happened was that they blocked it just that portion of the Bill came up with an agreement, but the rest of it went through. So I think that's what happened was. So the big so that gives you down to what size, you know, twenty five twenty five. Was that be five since it's a small four feet by two feet somewhere a little bit bigger than that. You got a nice big signed Geoff, take down, well, what I did with. I just put my address because I could on and. And. Can't control my address. Wow. Got a big address in the little. Suck it while you're lucky you have UNIFIL view. Who's in there? You gotta be parking lot building. Going on. Western next to the border and Canada. From the sixth letter of captain, Mark a pirate's life is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately, the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago. 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Well, this is the local government. You know, your city and so on are you like sponsoring the local little league team or something like you get. Yeah. No. The locals led me. Yeah. They, they, I mean, they leave me alone. I do stuff like I'll put up a sign without asking. They just leave me alone. I mean we didn't get on, you know, I challenged him the first time I came around. So I don't think that they, you know, I, I don't think libertarian activists, make life hell. Yeah. Pretty much because they know all show up start great now. So, yeah. You know. Family's pretty good people just leave Leela. What is? What is what? Economics of the business there. Now I saw article we had on Phoenix that Oregon is freaking out. They got too much. Yep. Got a lot of that are Konomi. I called it. I have to say, I got bragging rights, you're five lot of businesses are going under. We're up to sixty percent if not more than the growers going under and then were about even now with the stores going under or being bought out or whatnot. What is the future? Is it going to be bare Monsanto dispensaries or what what's going on? You know, I don't think there's there are some outside loophole investors coming down from Canada. But now they've said, really legalize slowed down quite a bit alot. Yeah. Okay. So when did Canada go legal? They went legal last year knowing. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Two years ago, I think it was well, how legal what did he talking about recreational and grandma and or front porch? What? Really said your legal up there. Yeah. So totally changed. You think is industry. Think that congress here's going to do it. And, you know, they care signed something or not, or what's going on. Yeah. Yeah. They're, they're going to they're going to legalize. I mean it's got to happen. It's just too many states, Illinois they Illinois. They legalize, you know, so Chicago is gonna be firing up here by January will survive, all of a sudden all those shootings that go down. Cap. Yeah. You know, let's do it. I think I'll wait the in Colorado, they legalize psychedelics, and then I saw an Oakland that they legalized mushrooms and. Peyote and I'm going yard comes man, all that libertarian of its didn't really matter and get out of the way. So how far you think is going, they going to be see Washington state is so much more. How much legislators are? We went up there a campaign season. We went to a candidate forum and the industry, had a gathering and Jacob was running. And I got the meet with talknet is the attitude of the legislators on the committee that oversee like they do alcohol or something. And they are like, one, you're lucky, you're even able to do this, to how much can we soak if for it and seeing live in your double wide? Why weaken redistribute other people's money to wherever the hell they want to do, and, and they're not about and suck it. I mean, I was like dumbfounded by how arrogant they were and I'm going all this Yao pass is passing. They're still. I mean it's like it's like pulling teeth building up as a resistance, are you not leading the resistance. Jacob. Well, I was trying to get our remember. Yeah. I'm I'm I'm random. I am I had to focus quite a considerable amount of time to take it out of the whole, my, my shop out of the hole that it was in. I'm just seeing the light right now in a lot of work going into for for the audience details. Don't care, but he was it was kind of a joint overlapping take it, and then they go and make an they'll pay off. And it'll be there's hill extract them self overtime vied, not mine anymore. And and, and I'm I what always happens when the when you're not there, you know, it just is not managed the win stuff happened. And you got it back now and, and you're back in the black and go on. But then you gotta deal with the government some more, which is what you were trying to get away from hoga. Yes that would have been nice. But here I am air yard. Well is the industry going to continue? You're saying it's got a big shake-out going on the growers because some. The pictures. This is if you're looking at the video, you see Jacob ni- at his dispensary doing a show, and then you'll see some pictures of these big giant enclosed areas of they be mass producing them. Some weed. And we've gone their buds, the size from my elbow to my fingertips and his big as my wrist. I just huge amounts of going damn. So you can make some marijuana. It's a freaking we'd. Well, when you overproduce guess what prices go down? You don't cover the market shakes out who can do it, the most efficient and mind that bitcoin for less CHAI here. So now you have a lot of places in communities, push back. They don't want him. Not my backyard kind of crap is all kinds is still going on. Is there are they just kind of accepted the industry? No care. Well, the Lord Tori on certain counties, but what I'd love to. Say right. Here is just a fair warning until we federally. Legalize I called it five years. I knew that investors would be calling out their loans. And that's exactly what happened. That's part of the reason. How did you finance go Bank or had little extra yourself or judge? Did yours come about beat down your mom? Yeah. No, we, we, we simply just try to keep all dusters out. We had a partnership with another two guys and they wanted out because they wanted to go in the growing side. So we're able to finagle it where we didn't get big investors, you know, indoor our pockets. So you're, so you're insulated a little bit more lies other guys. Why are they going out just pricing? I so people know here, I've seen got I think it was quarter or half outs something is ridiculously thirty forty dollars sale of people come look, I got hell that cost two hundred bucks a couple years ago. So this is a lot of times if you know, you're kind of more privacy oriented, you might be paying more on the Blackmar. Arket to get it. And I witnessed this during fourth of July weekend in Blaine. We were up there visit with Jacob and I go. All right. Why is this guy this kid coming? He was saying that he comes came into your store to buy it. Because fourth of July weekend. His regular illegal supplier was out, and they're paying more to you to get it. I'm going. Wow. You're you're industry has got to go get illegal drug dealers are doing it, right. Okay. Which Jacob used to be on that side. Do we'll go get more the economics. What's really going on in Washington state here to Mark up from a dispensary owner that knows? Oh, yeah. You got that libertarian streak thing going on. 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I got there's one a ways down the road win one. Let's see the been open for three years now. Two years now. Really? I can't remember when keeping up. Yeah, yeah. We're, we're, you know. Yeah, they get they get the younger a little bit younger crew just because I think they're setup and whatnot. And then I get the older crew. Well, that's one thing I wanted to talk about as it gets more and more. In the public and people start biohacking themselves with their wheat or whatever, you know, we have retired friends that mandate win all in at once it, this is what happened. He has a diabetic condition. I don't know how bad but he seems okay? But he gets neuropathy in his feet legs tangle, and he can't be just pain. It's hard to sleep. So if he ends slept for decades, and his wife hasn't, and she kneels pissed off about whatever he, he goes, I had some cookies, somebody, give me some cookies, and I said, here, try this start with a half all of a sudden he's like man. I need a bunch of them. I just let slept the first time through the night, didn't have to go to the bathroom. Didn't give you nothing. I got a full night's sleep hail. Yeah. Four kit over. The guy we ordered what then his wife gotten an accident, and she got her card, so she, you know, for help, her would stuff. So then all of a sudden, they took their briefcase full of their prescrip- dump them in the trash and all of a sudden, they're everything we so they bought one of those butter making things from Amazon or something for a hundred twenty bucks. And you just says, put this much weed in this much butter, turn on MAC agitated over peered time, Gad's done, then you take that and you can do and make whatever you want. So now, Sun City and Sun City west is all about the weed. And there's a lot of people go in there and giving classes and doing this just a big farmers. Not digging it. How is this relate to you? When people come in are they all about the cure, my whatever they're all about getting off the pharmaceuticals? That's like one of the biggest questions. Hey, on using this, and I want to know if there's something that I can. Us, you know, in your store to give me off of ABC. Lot of ambient. Lot of Ambien users come to me. Ambient are people giving their Simpson? You'll the bad stuff Ambien, they're going like, man. I'm doing sleepwalking. Find myself into car down by the river, you know, feed it out docks with gravel or something. I mean you know what, what, what, what is their comments about the USA? Ambien. Yeah, they all sort. I mean, I've heard it all sorts of stuff, you know, just just waking up. And you know. After they wake up getting pains and their sides. I don't know if that's like a kidney thing or whatever I'm not a doctor. So I wouldn't know I get a lot of that from ambient, believe it or not, where they're just super super groggy, after they use it for night. You know, in believe it or not a couple of have come in said it makes them more restless, unless they use it. So it makes their sleeping habit worse, unless they have it. And so, yeah, and one of my number one sellers is called beauty sleep and that stuff is kicked. But now tell you what, we'll tell me. What's in it? What's it has it worked? Well, well, the special where we're discovering just not CBD. But, like there's other ones, you know, the three letters you know, CBN CB g CV d- CBC. So there's there's four now main ones. So these all canal. Yeah, yeah, CBN? They discovered is component in part of one in the components in the plant that make you tired. So they were able to isolate that and put it into beauty sleep. And it helps you sleep. I mean, like in, it's a good sleep. Bring it's it's one of sleeps where you like you wake up refreshed, not foggy want it in about. I know I know. No one at all right? Let me write this down. I'm looking for a high dose of what C B N CB end, you know, stands for. I can't pronounce very well. It's a long name. All right. C B N. And it's a. Noise. So we'll go in because we go to some of the guys, I travel, as with or activists we go around so on, and wherever we go were marijuana's legal boom, first thing they do they hit the dispensary and it's not because they wanna get hiring thing. They got conferences and stuff to do, and they're not just, you know, it's because they need to sleep. They're going at some kind of Ecorse Indika you know they act on about different traits. Vital know any better, but they need this stuff to have the sleep at day. Or deprive when they don't and I'm going. Yep. So sleep is a big officially in America with God knows whatever's going on in her head. And so it's called beauty rest or sleeping beauty, or would you call it beauty sleep beauty sleep. That's one. Yeah. Does that a brand just local? There's that international planetary whatever it's local here, but other places. I don't know what Colorado's doing. I know that our market. That's one thing I can say about our market is that were a lot better as far as variety goes. I think that's the one huge bonus. The Washington market has I mean you can get anything, as you know, but I mean they've even got better. I mean they've got barbecue sauce. Now, you know, I mean it's like our, our market is pretty cool that way, you know, even people come in from Colorado, or saying, wow, you guys got a lot of variety. And I don't know if that's because we our, our produce. Surpress our growers in processing centers. They have to seal their stuff prior to putting it to market, and they have to package it. So therefore, you know, they've got to make special unique, you know, stuff to attract you. So I think that's why that's one part of our market. That's that's you know, kind of a good outcome from very bad legislative. We wanna make we still wanna do cannonballs getting pirate stash of whatever the hell we got we got the artwork. We got the design, I just need somebody balls. I know in them my one friend, unfortunately hovering above the bottom that was going to do that with us, you know, this year, it's all going to shake out, you know, it's gonna probably be the final tidal wave of shaken out all the stores and I'm not saying this positively by any means, but it's, it's very unfortunate, but I think it's the final shakeouts this year for sure. Okay. Well, when this gets done, we're, we're ma'am. We're here we go. Let's do it 'cause you're my tech guy guy when you started selling everything I kind of win way we said on back burner. Here we go again, I'm Mike yell his debt so get to that. You know, the one thing here in Arizona. They just had a supreme court case where we got Clint, Bolic, which was is. Arizona state supreme court Justice that was our first freedom, some was keynote speaker from institute, where Justice and he comes on the show regularly. And I'm even as I want to hear all about this decision of they had a county attorney in yavapai, which is Prescott area. They were saying that there's an old law on the books that any derivative they're talking about cannabis marijuana and then separately they put. The concentrates from that in another category. And she was anybody would walk out with a vape pen that was marijuana. Vape him. She was arrested them and putting them through the process. And there are legal in drug violation of whatever the hell and Mark is like, oh, hell no. He he had something to do this thing, it goes all the way to the Zona supreme court. 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It's just a it's a full plant extract, you pretty much take everything out of the plant, you put the buds in there and you soak it. And whatever medium, you're using to extract all the goodness out of the plant, and then shrink down to about a gram syringe size. They use a syringe here in, in our state and, yeah, yeah, it's pretty much the full plant concentrated down about a gram is about an ounce. You know, quivalent to announce of weed. So some are on their cram. That's not very much at all man. That's how much is that sell for Graham? And how many doses that depends? What type I mean, they have different extraction processes, if they like you know, if they have to separate any molecules, like CBD or CBN in put it back into the price goes up. But like the, the standard basic. Rick Simpson oil is, is twenty two twenty three bucks on my shelf doses. Oh my God gives you that gives you a lot of doses. I mean, if you can imagine about a half, a grain to a green full grain of rice, you know, cooked rice. That's how much you take first single dose. So the syringe in potentially last you long time. Well, this ridge, I've had these, when a I started making it and doing industrialize in, in Colorado, Jobe weeks out, given their body everything, and it was the small syringes like a diabetic with us, or it's just a little syringe, but it doesn't have a needle on it. Okay. It's just so you can dose it. You know, it's easy, and it's like toothpaste is like, really Tari toothpaste that you come out, and you just put it on the back of your tongue or you put on your curios or, you know, whatever I mean, it's ingest it and you, can you. Smoke it or anything. I don't know tried there done that. Yeah. Yeah. You can you could smoke it give you. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. People ingest this, and a lot of it has been for Rick Simpson started doing this in Canada to heal. Neighbors and friends and healed them of why they was cancer right? Cancer. Right. So that's a popular who are the people that are coming in. You're like their pharmacist. Yeah. I mean I mean, there's certain things that I gotta watch my language with in case I have somebody, you know, like they do a sting on me or whatever. So I have to be careful my language and how I sell it. But I've pretty much figured out a way around that all I gotta do say, I read an article, and then go on with it, you know, tell that people are using this to, you know, blah, blah. Heard. So I've heard. Worked for this person down the road, you know, evidence has shown whatever you know exactly you gotta play their game. And so you don't lose your license. And then, you know, but yeah, I mean, currently I have three cancer patients that are coming to me, and then, then I get a nice group during the summer of elderly people that want they, jokingly say, hey, where's our sports enhancement? And then they come in and buy some weed so, so. So. You're a recreational outfit are their medicinal ones. Are you do differ from them? No, no difference. No. Now they gotta come to me, if they want, you know do that or or or your local black market dealer. You know, there are some, you know, they have in Colorado, you go in even in the they have a separate dispensary, or even in the same one the coordin- off area for cardholders can only go in this area and yield this areas recreational. I'm just wondering that distinction in Washington that they tried to make one because when they passed the initiative legislators. Pretty much took out the medical market. And then then they got so much pushback. They kind of went oh. Well, what we'll do is will allow medical cardholders by more, so essentially. I wanna get really stone card right? A doesn't make a difference. And the silliest thing about it is, it's the way, the law was written that it says per transaction. So legally, if you come into my dispensary, and in by you're allowed to by now, we'd at a time well in the law, it specifically says per transaction so you can literally buy the we'd there's one transaction. Oh, you wanna buy another outs? Here's another transaction. So it basically there's no advantage to being on literally estate system. You know, with your name out there and all that good things. I remember that you have to have some kind of video surveillance, that they can tap into right? They can't tap into it. No, they can't say that, that didn't get past the lives. I think they tried to. Do that. And they got ways. So when I go in and buy, you know, we from you is there any if I pay cash, there's no linkage to my name or anything. Correct. The only way they'll feed on the footage is, if they come in and say, I need to specifically see this footage from this time to this time time, how much time you gotta have it store, the data forty five days, really, that's not a little bit. I mean that's quite a bit. How much memory is that? What's that? Days, how much memory storage is that? It's pretty big. I it depends on what grade of cameras using and all that stuff. I mean you doing it on magnetic Capers it on DVD or is it a memory and a computer of how do you do? DVR. DVR. Okay. Forty five days. I set it, and it just loops starts cutting right? Right. Forty five days. Forty five days can somebody comes in, you know with a. Banks bandit hat, and scarf, and kinda and the mask of v. You know, you're gonna sell them. We'd. Yeah. I would do they got to show I to show idea. They got a swipe it or what? No. They gotta show me their ID. Okay. Now when I went to Colorado you go in. They wanted my passport. Just get indoor. Really? Yeah. I don't maybe had a medical thing there or something. I don't. I don't know the guy standing there. And, you know, none shell pass until and we went in just to kind of do some reconnoitering, whatever and about little bit and. Yeah. You had to show ID just to get in. Of course, the one closest to airport because we had a layover and Franklin to show me something. So I'm going well, this, so now a lot of your business what you say percentages for health reasons, medical, oh, tease. I'd say, oh, well over half. Really? Yeah. Well, I mean I guess maybe sixty five to seventy percent of people that come into my store, at least are there for, you know, even the ones that are doing rack. And they they'll split it. They'll be like, okay. I really mean to sleep and not be foggy. And then I wanna join you know, so I mean it's. I thought the same thing I'm saying, you know, what's going to be cool as when he gets to the point I got a little humidor thing here and I got my own my God party. We're going dance and watch the movie Neil marvel of injury something, you know, we'd, then I got that I just wanna chill and couch lock and watch Flintstones weed, and then kind of a hybrid of whatever you know, we're going to sex it up we'd or, and you have and now what would be in your stat? You got you got your special stash of I got my variety of that. You got that the so how many do you put in there? What? Different kind of dabs or creek crystals. Whatever the hell they call it. What do they call it not crack? Chatter chatter chatter. Yes, concentrate been trying to think of that work for a while. I just remembered, okay? Shatter got the kinds of contracts, you're looking at your bedside? I got how many varieties different stuff what you what your staff? Dummy, everything, man. Really? Tried different. I don't I tell you my best thing. I just I just like the flour have been best all round smoke it reading if you put it out hot, tea or something like that. 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So you had mentioned to me that you had helped sandbag before, but in Iowa in what was it like to be side by side with farm bureau members? It was a it was an experience to have it. It's hard to watch because those guys that their communities, they live there, and, and they really care, so they worked hard and it was great to, to be able to be there and help them out. I feel like I couldn't help them enough aid been sandbagging, most of the night, or, you know, they've been working all night check in for, for San boys and things of that nature, all night, specifically yesterday. Oh, visit about everywhere. I was down by new canton and whole along went through Winchester, and some of those areas, Blake Roderick Amy, a pretty nice tour, appreciate his updates. And we will topic this issue. 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They need to do their job and be successful legislative issues to crop up dates and Weber, of course at route or routes are FD radio farm leak now dot com and farm. We keep you connected. We are back here on our de today on a fifth of June twenty nineteen joining us feeling a director of agriculture, John Sullivan director, you had a what you would call a bird's eye view from the air and boots on the ground in the flood-stricken areas of Eleanor yesterday. What did you see? Yeah. Good morning Rita. So we did get a chance to the governor and secretary of I'd audit, I e GM and stay, please in the national guard, we had a chance to view. We, we actually flew over the Illinois river, from basically, Scott County Down to Grafton, and, you know, most of that area, the levees are have been protected. They've done a lot of work and things look pretty good overall. But we did did fly over. I think they called the nut would Levy that had. It had. Breached, the, I think the day before. And so quite a quite a wide gap in that Levy. And, you know, saw I think they estimated around eleven thousand acres of some of the some of the best farmland in the state, you know, as far as producing Lee, and watching watching that water go through that Levy was pretty disheartening. I gotta tell you. So we were just talking to Kirby wet knew who happened to be in the pike county area yesterday with Blake Roderick, but no, I it's hard for us. If you're not there, if you don't see it with your eyes or feel it and touch it. It's hard to really kind of understand the impact. Well, and I'm gonna take it go back a couple of days. Read on on Sunday. I actually saw Blake over in pike county over on the Mississippi River and also talked to that, that would have been down in the sny drainage district, and they had they were needing some straw, and I just happen to have some their farm. So I took it down there. But while I was down there, we, you know, I went out on the levee and actually got up on the levee, and walk down at a ways and saw some of the challenges, and I tell you and I know the Mississippi, they feeling somewhat comfortable with the Mississippi right now, at least over in that area. I think it's crested in and is starting to, to drop, they feel pretty competent, but that being said that to. Along the levee and see that water. I mean just literally up to the top, and a couple of spots, the even headed sandbagged and put some walls up to because it was really a little bit taller than the top of that levee was. But just to see their see all that water and see how facet water was moving manages. It just makes it really puts it all into perspective. And then some of the challenges that are facing. I mean some of the audits things, you know, they, they worry about beavers you know, that are burrowing into the levees and, and the disaster that, that can cause. And that's why it's so important that they'd be village in vigilant in and up and down those levees and checking them just on a very regular basis from the government perspective with your conversations with the governor. What's the next step for you guys? What kind of conversations did you have as you, you went back home? Well, first of all, the, the commitment and in the governor's already activated about two hundred of the national guard which I just I can't say enough about the soldiers the men and women out there that are helping feel. Fill sandbags and delivering sandbags that that was just tremendous. But he, he okay to an additional two hundred guard members knowing and realizing that this, this lead event, I it's not a it's not going to be here. One day, you know, one week and gone. The next this is, you know, they're talking about the Illinois, especially being up for, you know weeks, if not months that, that they're gonna be concerned with, so it's a long term disaster. And so the commitment was made yesterday by the governor and by all the agencies that, that we're going to do whatever, you know, provide whatever resources that we have to for the long term and make sure that we can assist the folks that are out there fighting the flood. So I think that was really I think that was the message yesterday that this isn't a flash in the pan. You know that the two hundred guard that members that are there right now. That's just hopefully you know, hopefully, we won't need more. But if we need them, or they're going to be there and they're going to be available. I pulled in Winchester yesterday Rita. Is stopped at the stop sign and six. I dot trucks went by and they were loaded to the, you know, big trucks are loaded to the very top with sandbags. I mean just to see the stay the effort and the folks that are filling those saying bags in volunteers, and all the different agencies working together. It, it is it does give you a good feeling. But boy, it sure brings everything back to reality about just, you know what the impact is at that this lot is having directors is Kirby Wagner within farm bureau sitting in studios. Well, I was attending yesterday. Appreciate your comments. One thing you hit on that. I really important for people to know is how well the Illinois agencies are working together. Would you care to comment on how well and just in what the seas are doing together? Yeah. I mean it takes coordination. I mean, that's I learned back with, you know, of course, I was born and raised between the Illinois. And the Mississippi River spent a lot of my time growing up on the Mississippi. And back in ninety three we were, you know helping farmers move equipment out of the bottoms there in the Warsaw bottoms while we were furred to, you know, help them do that. And then, of course, lost levian, and most of those levees, ninety three but we, we learned a lot, every every flood event, we've learned a lot as far as what needs to be done, and what's the proper steps and how important coordination is in two thousand eight during the eight flood. I was state Senator at the time, and in really, that's when it all came to from my perspective came to a realization about how important it is to, to go through that, you know, that chain of command, and so that you don't you're not duplicate. You don't have multiple people doing multiple jobs, the same job at the same time. So, you know, we've learned a lot and yesterday to see all that coordination by all the different agencies and. Making sure that everybody, you know knows what their role is that they're following through? And, and, you know, an and all the time that you were keeping in mind, safety and making sure that everybody's protected as best they can. It's just it's quite a it's just quite a process to see, you know, how much manpower that takes. And then you got the folks that are actually out there on the levee fill in the same bags putting them in place. Delivering him patrolling yet, it's you know, we're we're just trying to support those folks as best we can. Forty five seconds remain. What is your methods to farmers out there? The form land that's impacted by the flood. So. Thing most importantly, is a message I was trying to get out yesterday. And, and, and, and doing it here today is that those farmers if they're out there on the levees, the nerve, they're trying to protect their Levy and their farmland. They need to be aware that there's some very important dates that are fast approaching if they want to take advantage of the prevented prevent plant program through the federal crop insurance today is kind of the day that as far as corn is concerned, especially in the northern part of the state, or most of the state with the exception of way in the south that they need to be in contact with their crop insurance agents, and they need to be making some decisions very soon, whether they're going to go and plan crop try to plant a crop or wait a little while here and try to, you know, make a decision but we just if they need a Sistan, if they need help, they need information. All they have to do is contact the department of Aggie. We will do everything that we can to, to, to help them with the resources that they need. Thank you so much for your issue. 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To learn more, visit CDC dot gov slash. Vital signs. Back to our today. Also, checking in with Rebecca Clarke, the communication manager for the Eleanor emergency management agency. Rebecca just a quick update on that position and a little bit about what you guys have been doing since the waters have been rising here in Eleanor. Been at this for quite a while. And everyone is always told me that a flood is a marathon and not a sprint and boy, can I tell you that is one hundred percent accurate. We have been fled fighting since mid-march, that's, that's a long time. And in our communities have been dealing with this. Our state agencies have been dealing with this, and now we're to the point where we're ready to call in some for additional help. And, and that's what we did yesterday with the governor calling on two hundred additional guards than to join the fight the flood fight along the Eleanor and Mississippi rivers. This morning thinking about how tired I might be that for the people that live along the rivers who have been sandbagging not once, but several times perhaps said this spring up and down. It's been a struggle. It has been and I can't I don't envy, those people who have to make the choice right now. Do I stay or do I go, but the rate of that's where we're looking at right now, we're to the point where these rivers are at critical levels, and it's really important that these individuals, the folks that are living in these river communities to be thinking about their evacuation plan to do because when the river rises, it will rise will rise fast and safety needs to be our priority right now. When you say rivers, yes, we're dealing with the Mississippi and the Eleanor way, where are we in crested currently as we talk on the fifth? So we are starting to see the Mississippi River crest up in the upper Mississippi the Quincy area. I got a report this morning that one of the K bridges up in the Kirkuk area opened today at, like, four AM. So it's always positive when you hear major lines of transportation, reopeing, the good sign, so we're actually, I think we're starting to see where we're going to start to move into a recovery mode in some parts of the upper Mississippi. But that's important because it will allow us to reevaluate some of our troops are our missions in west central Illinois, like, in the Grafton, harden, Alton area, and then also start to pre-position downstream in the Randolph Union County area so the week and prepare for the flood fight, that's coming their way as well. And when you are the agency, Illinois -mergency management agency. What are you able to provide those citizens who are affected? You know, how does that process work? So the management agency is here to support the local government the local counties. So when a community has exhausted, its resources, they call in, and they go to the pantry if you will, and, and look for more supplies and the emergency management agency supplies. Those when you need more sandbags when you need more manpower to lay those handbags when you need resources pumps to help get water out of out of your your Levy area. That's what we do. We're here to help support the local governments. It's an amazing agency, and I'm sure it's been quite an experience dealing with what we now, think will be beyond the ninety three flood. Yes, we are. Absolutely. I hear this all the time when, when I'm out in the community, I'm actually stationed in Winchester at the state unified area command so that I can. Directly help communities, but I hear it all the time, you know, I was here in the ninety three flood. This is a different beast altogether. I can tell you that we're going to in some areas, we're going to beat the records of ninety three the Chris will overtop the ninety three records and this has been a longer lasting flood. At one point, we had twelve consecutive days of rain, which just adds insult to injury on these rivers that are already slowing the levees are heavily saturated, and it's just increasing pressure on the levees, and that's why I go back to what I was saying earlier. That's why we need residents to continue to evaluate their family. Evacuation plans. No. How many households? What kind of numbers are we looking at for both Mississippi and Eleanor rivers as far as you know, residents? Effected. I don't have a good number on that. Because really most people who choose to leave their homes or evacuate the area. We'll stay with friends or family. They don't necessarily always seek out a shelter, so we have had people in our shelters, that are open and might I add, we have shelters identified up and down the river from Quincy all the way down to zero. So if anyone needs a help worth, please call one eight hundred Red Cross for those assistants. But we really have only had a few people who've who've thought those shelters, but it's better to have them ready available. You know what I mean? Absolutely. So couple minutes remain here. Rebecca, what didn't I ask that you feel very pertinent for Eleanor residents? This week. You know, one of the things that we are. We're having a real problem with his people that want to go out and look at the levees. It is not safe for people to be out on the levees walking on those levees or boating right now, the Eleanor river, the Mississippi River. Is close to recreational traffic. And I know everyone is curious and wants to take pictures and see what's going on. But please listen to me when I say it is not safe. We need people to stay away from those levees. Stay off the river, because when, when you're putting yourself in harm's way and also our first responders who may need to help come out and we'll be in harm's way as well. So plea that we urge people to stay off those levees and stay off the rivers at this time. The eight hundred number again, you know, for folks who need help or want to help, perhaps, you know, what's the best way to reach out and get more information. The Red Cross has been a tremendous agency to work with you can reach them at one eight hundred Red Cross that they have a twenty four hour disaster line. If let's say you're, you're pregnant, and one bag you probably shouldn't be called the Red Cross. There's other opportunities with meals or supplies or running food from point. Eight point be there's always opportunities for someone to help Rebecca, thank you so much for your time, and what you're doing Rebecca Clarke communications manager, Illinois emergency management agency will be back with more are empty today. More farm news and information ahead. Stay tuned for more RFID today here on the Eleanor farm bureau radio network already radio networks Reto Frazier connects rule routes for you. Read it delivers patient and reliable information to listeners on the RFID radio network her radio career spans close to three decades. Here's a bit about her rule roots. Small-farm today allows me to connect with people from all walks of life and experience every day. I talk about what I love farming routes or routes are EFI radio bar week now dot com bar. We keep you connected the Illinois Connie runs on our homegrown agricultural products are dairy beef pork corn, and soybeans grody agricultural industry by nearly twenty billion dollars each year. 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We took a break in March after our Washington DC Gettysburg national study seminar. We've taken a break, because, you know, he thought everyone would be planning. And but no, we always take the break in the spring for a couple months. And then, of course, we take a break in the fall for a couple of months, we're going to be gearing things, up again here in the latter part of June up in Chicago for our business communications media, and the outreach seminar, outstanding group of young people young people because your age bracket from twenty five to forty nine now, you and I, I guess, we're not considered young people anymore. I know I know I know. But that's your age bracket. Right. Right. And it isn't just direct producers. It's people in agribusiness lending risk, management marketing associations, and it's it's very diverse class. We have approximately eleven full-time producers and in the remainder of those are engaged in the actor cultural industry as a whole, and I know several of them and talk to them, actually in. A regular basis. Chris reynolds. Yes. Y'all cam. In this class, you'll Johnston. Joe johnson? Yes. So we are talking about in as the your name would imply future leaders of this state, right? And what we are doing. These, these are, are a group of individuals that not only are currently making leadership strides are playing a pivotal role agriculture, but they're looking to grow even more and they're looking to grow as leaders. You know, some people think, you know, they'll say are you what's your position? We're not an advocacy organization. We are a leadership organization. We may train you to take on that role. But that is our primary focus is, is preparing leaders for the for the future of agriculture. Now, this is a testimony testimonial for your program. Right. Chris Reynolds, I've known him. Oh my I I'm sure I don't know how much of an age difference. But when I was at w when he started at the. Local soil and water conservation. District years years ago. So then fast forward, he a member of your class. And now with American farmland trust, we just talked to days ago about an interesting program that he's working on. And I and I said, I can so tell that you are in this program, leadership program, the confidence level. So many things I it's just a wonderful program, and it's great to see the class members of all, as they start to taking that knowledge and put those things to us you mentioned Joe camp. Joe gives has been giving a fact he was right. The evergreen building. The watch were situated in and we did a Dardis communications, which is out of Iowa, and they are public presentations. We spent a day and a half working with them, and it was very refreshing to see each just it was fantastic. And he's been on, on other media outlets that I've seen them either either seen him on the television or heard him on the radio. And it's, it's very refreshing to see that kind of growth and not the didn't have it before. But just like you said that, that confidence level that really comes through each and every class, I can think of several just in this past class, but, you know, how many years has been going on, and how is it funded? Nineteen eighty four was the first class, you know, of course, you have to, to lay the groundwork before, then which, I believe started around eighty one or eighty two and basically, we have over five hundred alumni, unfortunately, as we've been around for a while some of those alumni are, are starting starting to lose some of those. But at the same time, we've had we've had a number of alumni in the class. So we started around eighty two in the second part of your question was how many you what time we started what else? I believe, you know, so how many classes. So every two years, so ask about funding funding. Thank you very much. We are five three. We are privately funded, we do not take any tax money, and I, always, I sometimes run into two people. You my friends, my neighbors. So is that is that tied in with university or anything like that? And it's like no, no, no, we're not now some other organizations across the country do have those ties. But no, we are. We are privately funded and most of the people that go through the process of applying. This is very elite. You do have to go through a process. It is a process, and in fact, we've got it online right now at leadership dot org. We encourage people to do that because not only do we do we ask for input from the, the people that are trying to get into the program and applying. It also involves your employer. It's a major time commitment, and also even with your. House or significant other they're involved in the process to then after you turn that into, of course, we do have interview process throughout the state because many of our candidates, including our classrooms, right now are located across the state of Illinois. And you, you talk about the commitment, appetite too many that have gone through the program Kelly Bassett was one that was in years ago. And so you have him children. It's a big decision. Do you take that opportunity while you're young? Maybe your kids are young do have to give up a little bit. Did you make an interesting point? You know, one of the things we talk about if you're going to be a leader, sometimes you have to balance that the family are gonna miss out on this one thing, I'm going to have to specially coordinate and so forth at home. And that's one of the it's, it's great that you brought that up because that's one of the things we try and get across wonderful. We're going to continue this conversation with Todd Lowry with Ellen agw leadership foundation. When we come back, this is our FD today. Hardy RFID business manager. I wanna thank you for listening to the RIp radio network. The number one ad radio network. Illinois, did you know are at the radio network's programming is being broadcast by Rita Frazier and the law Xianqi with a conferring fifty years of broadcasting experience, join up daily. If you have any questions Email me at C, H, A, R, D Y at I l f b that org, what the excitement about buying a brand new car when you pay full price for county farm bureau members have a reason to be excited. A farm bureau membership gives you two car purchase discounts when members by new Ford vehicle they receive five hundred dollars off their purchase, and with a purchase of qualifying Lincoln vehicle received seven hundred fifty dollars off. Everyone loves a good deal and the money. Save is worth the price of our annual membership. This is just one of our three hundred thousand plus discounts that are always changing fit our members needs not a farm bureau member, visit Illinois farm bureau online and join today. Time to take your markets here on a Wednesday. We are still lower and the corn. Soybeans and the weeds this hour nearby July corn, down six and a quarter four nineteen September down six and a half, four twenty eight and a quarter. December corn down six in quarter. Four thirty seven and three quarters and the March down six and a half at four forty six and a quarter to lie. Soybeans in the nearby down four into quarter eight seventy seven and a half September down a nickel, November, so I- beans, down four into quarter nine five nearby, July week, Chicago down nine and three quarters four ninety seven and a half September down ten and three quarters and December week down downton and three quarters five seventeen and three quarters being meal, July down one seventy at three nineteen thirty and the oil for July steady this hour at twenty seven forty nine. Those are your numbers here on the RFID radio network. We're back on, or if the today this winter, remind you Stiller international has five full service case I- dealerships located throughout central Illinois. They carry a large selection of both new and used equipment as well as technology and parts to keep your operation up to speed Stoler international. Todd Lowrie is our guest in studio today and Tom, you are with the Eleanor agw leadership foundation. You're proud to be a part of this group. You have lots of central Illinois agriculture routes. Yes, I grew up in or Bana, Illinois. My dad was the superintendent of the country club for thirty eight years now. So I had the horticulture background and then my grandparents farmed in fort county. Gibson city of close with the nearby in Ron Warfield territory. And Ron also serves on our education committee, by the way. Nice. And so I had both the hor-. Culture in the cultural background. In fact, I consider farming. Unfortunately, my grandfather passed away before I could get to the age where that would be a going concern. But I've always kept my roots in it always helped out on the weekends during harvest sometimes during the fall back when we back when you used to shell corn. I got my workout there. So I've always, I've always kept up with at, when I was at the McLean county chamber of commerce did government payers, but also ran the programs there and not to the scale, but the Aggie change program, which is where we took people that weren't involved in agriculture at all from the community business leaders public servants. And we took them out about five different times a year over six month period and got him exposed to McLane is McLean counties. Number one industry. An effective program in many counties around the state do just that. And sometimes you have to be there, just like with your class, you know, it's not something that you can actually teach here in a classroom, all the time you take them out, and they experienced the industry. Exactly. And not just, you know, when we go to DC for example, and we met with the folks from the World Bank, and the director of, of development for the continent of Africa. And you, you figure out how that plays in the world markets. How that not not just with agriculture, but what's going on there, how that affects us back here at home in Illinois in the country and not just culture? It was it was it was eye opening and to see what, you know, our government officials are doing. For example, the State Department, one of the things that I came away with myself and also several the class members, I had no. Idea. The State Department was so involved with agriculture. I mean when you State Department you think you know North Korea and missile talks, and, you know, they're not they, they see that, as, as a, something that they need to focus on security wise. And, and as far as world issue is. And so when you're exposed to things like that, and get the opportunity to meet, what the decision makers that are doing that. It has a profound effect on you. And I think we've seen it in the class before we're seeing it in this, this current class now. That's amazing. What happens in these classes, you know, we talked about past class members your current class. The fact that they get to know these other students use other class members personally professionally, then next year or two years from now when they're working on important project, and they want to collaborate with somebody else agriculture guess. Exactly exa-, and there is a camaraderie there between our alumni and the current class and you know, they do their own reunions. And by the way, our development director, I would, I would, I would be I'd be in big trouble if I didn't Mench are outta here at Crespi country club, June twenty-fourth, okay for alumni or supporters alike. So that's some alumni events that we do when we go up to some of these seminars. We have we try and structure an evening with local night, better in the area to come and meet the new class. And if they're in the same class, you know, I it bridges the gap between classes. So there's always the opportunity to continue that networking as well. A big summer lined up events. Tell us a little bit about July and August July and August. We're going to be the grow Mark, July grow Mark global challenges seminar. That is going to be up in Chicago and really is going to be a nice tie in with what we're going to be doing for our, you know, kind of giving idea, international or the national triplets. You'll be late February March, another thing that we do to prepare for that is the Ronnie Warfield international seminar about three weeks before we go overseas that will be in February. But we're going to be doing that in July in June, and we're going to be having the Marnie Andrius energy ecosystem seminar, down the Saint Louis metro area, and we're going to also while we're down there, be linking up with the Saint Louis anchor business club. They are bringing in a group of legislative aids assistance directors from DC and we're going to be having a an evening there with them. As well. So down there in Belleville at Eckardt's. So it's going to be a, a busy summer. They don't come from a programming standpoint. When I start, November, I kind of I remember look at lifting my head up from the desk, and the computer screen, then I put it back down. Again. So the summer does space it out a little bit. But we still want to keep up the we still want to keep up the intensity and the productivity in the program, even though the little bit more spaced out in a little bit more manageable, as far as the seminar scheduled. I think about is, you know, you guys work on so many different areas of the advantages are huge, you want them to stay in agriculture, but you probably have seen a lot of those leaders also spread out. And we want them to stay in our industry, but we realize that there's a sense of reality there, and it doesn't happen, very often, we had a member of our class the previous class that has gone into to real estate, and, but that's okay because she's dealing in a rural area, and she's pushy says, I'm gonna put so much of my knowledge to work that I've gained from this program. I don't want you to think that she's going to sit idle because it's, it's, it's, it's more than just that Leo, leadership, leadership, skills are transferable. I mean they can they can you can take them anywhere. You want to go, whether it's your professional life or your personal life. And, and that's one of the things that's great about the program, you talked about the application process. So where are we there, if somebody hears this, and what I'm gonna do that? What step one step one is to go to our website, Agla ship dot org. You'll have a link there that you can go to work on your application. Also there's contact number. Phone number emails, and so forth, you can reach out to us that way, obviously, there's always going to be questions with the program that has nineteen months, you know, one of the commitments and so forth. That's what staff is here for two to answer your questions and we'd be more than happy to do that. But once again, Hagler, ship dot org is where you can find the information guess for success and you practice what you preach. Yeah. It's, it's, you know, we, we take pride in how we present ourselves at the same time, though. We realize, and we had a discussion before this class started with our board of directors. There are some changing styles as far as business professional dress. We wanna keep we wanna keep current with the times, sometimes you can, you know, maybe be they say, you can never overdress. But sometimes you want to dress appropriately for the situation at the same time, we wanna make sure that we maintain that professional, you know. Image, if you will, and make sure that, you know, we're, we're, we're dress for the task that is in front of us. Thank you. You know, the CNA jingle from years ago. Your wife is in our guest in studio. We surely appreciate a monthly spot from the leadership foundation. It will be back with congressman Mike boss when we come back. Here's a livestock summary on the RFID radio network. I'm Rita Frazier news reports that BSE, otherwise known as mad cow disease has been discovered in a Brazilian cow does not seem to be sparking a huge rally in the CME cattle futures, however August. Cattle features were up one point three percent yesterday. Analysts think that the discovery of the disease may play a big role in redirecting Chinese demand for beef away from Brazil, and perhaps, to the US much will depend on how China respond to this, according to Steiner consulting group. They say Chinese buyers scouring the world to get additional beef as demand in their country far exceed their ability to meet their needs. Domestically should Brazil's in BSE issue continue, the US could be in a position to negotiate the supply a beef that you livestock, summary on the RFID radio network. How do people benefit from raising livestock here in Illinois? Risky, Burt, Illinois farmer president to the Eleanor farm bureau. Grownup, a- livestock farm was always interesting. And I enjoy it more today than I did back then. But it did give me the opportunity to have a good work ethic learned to get up in the morning and, you know, that was difficult during my senior days at high school and college days, headed tendency, not to go to bed and respectable our, but no, it was always enjoyable farm, getting up before daybreak. In milking the cows and getting the chores done and go about the rest of the days. Farm bureau, along with beat porn and soybean association make up the livestock development group, supporting the Illinois livestock sector for more information, check out, Eleanor, livestock dot ORG. While the Manta RFID today on eight Wednesday. I'm Rita phrase. You're joining us for this final segment of today's program. US congressman Michael Voss, representing illinois's twelfth congressional district. Congressman thanks for spending some time. We'll talk trade and other issues. But tell me you were home this past weekend. Back in your district where farmers in your area have a lot of work to, to do this spring. Right. Right now. You know, with builders many other active agriculture issues were dealing with out there that we're dealing with here. The, the most important thing on, on a jury of the people minds that there his weather, we've got our rioting river, that we're getting worried that make Chris at out, live higher level of ninety three level. We were bouncing back and forth between different levee districts caulking it yet. Remember in my district. I've got probably more visit sippy river aligning my district than anywhere else in the United States got everything from the north. We had a. Trouble with the pump station. Rub around all, also the concerns we haven't Columbia, we're pretty sure it may breach. And if it does, we're trying to work there right now putting rock on the on the high pressure side so that a reaches it doesn't wash par farmland away. It may blood washed away. So, yeah, we're working on those issues. But, but we've got several issues here in DC as well for sure. It was last October. I believe when you were with secretary Sonny Perdue in your own district at Eckerd as we talked about that first round of market facilitation payments difference those made. And now we have a little bit more details or at least more information on the market tation payments round two. We're moving forward with bars round to we try to keep your office people advised. If they're having trouble making sure, you know how the payments are coming and everything like that. We've got a really good staff that, that tries to, to assist farm bureau, does a great job as well as making sure that people are aware of those payments, and how they applied to them. You know, some concerns that certain people were having his is the market with the Barmer specifically, he, he, he maxed out too fast on the last one because of that, you know, just knowing how to plant and, and how to out of prepare for it for very unique and special district, because you have to really balance in industry with agriculture and trade, certainly tricky issue. What about China in this particular issue with a trade war that continues in really, why we're getting into Gatien payments, right with China? We're most of my people. Enact understand that China's cheated them as much as any other industry. And so that's why they're they're wanting to get it fixed as quick as possible. But they also know that China's got to be, you know, they quit messing with our markets because, like what they did with soybeans last year as far as saying that they were gonna make this big purchase. And then and insurance, felling our farmers and precaution, the rate drop that way. And we're negoti. No. This on the China brunt. Course the important thing to remember is we're also on the US MC are you at them. See age that. We're working on is now made it to the house. We got ninety days from last week to process through my intent is to boat four, I think it has a tremendous amount of health Borer and industry as well as other industries. I hope that the speaker called fairly quickly. We know that Mexico and Canada already on board. The, the I know it means a lot to the dairy equestrian northern dairy farmers. With with the concern of of, you know, Canada's, basically, had some really strict strict tariffs on all of our dairy products for longtime, this should negotiate where we can actually compete in that market as well. But you know as, as an in, in our pork production being sent into Mexico. I think that this, this is a kind of a quick thing, the threat with tariffs of the president doing right now. We need to get past and, and with what the other argument is that the president is having with, with them as the immigration is my hope that we get through that really quickly, certainly. No doubt about it. So as we talk here with you this first week of June. What are couple of other things that, that you're focusing on? Well, let me tell you that the right now we're working on the, the bail act like I did before, remember that the bail act increase the loan loan guarantee from well, when we started working on from seventy seven hundred fifty thousand two two point two five million because that, that that guarantee that, you know, everybody's listening here that knows egg knows it that fifty wasn't much we were able to get in the arm Bill, an increased one point seven five, which is which is good. But that's still wasn't that two point two five. And so we're I'm hearing Bill. It's still pushing for that two point two five when you can you can go through two point two five million in a avenue armor, pretty quickly. Right now. Everybody understands that with the cost of everything planner to combine tractors, not counting overhead, as far as storage facilities, and things like that. So we're trying to get that through. We're, hopefully we'll get a positive reaction with that certainly have your hands full note. No question about it. Anything else? Farmers. We have about a minute left here. We're gonna continue to work with and for the former's farmers here in state of Illinois. Remember that as we're negotiating this white often it, you know, we talk about rating livestock, and, or green, but the, the diversity occurs all around this nation, you know, we've got a lot of those competing factors. But we've got to make sure that what your market, we make sure that the trade goes on. And like I bet early on, we've got to continue to work right now to try to get through this blood season and what we can salvage of the crops, and, and who can get across in, and when they get him in. Four boys twelve congressional district US congressman Myklebust, congressman, thanks for your time and appreciate. Have a great day. More farm news and information ahead. 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I'm Mike Clifford democratic presidential candidate, you'll Biden changes course on federal funds for abortion. Also on our Friday rundown. We head to Minnesota for national gun violence awareness day, plus learning lifesaving CPR at the ballpark. Topping our news. The Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The AP says by made the declaration, Thursday, folly, two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poll women from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon. Watts founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the mass shooting school shooting. It's the daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city centres and in world communities, homicides, and suicide, the like, Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence. Orca shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people a path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so called dreamers who entered the country, as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re applying for protections every eighteen months. The government already knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and abrasion from their home and their children, as President Trump looks and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon, from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lack additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with a legislative session. Join to close Ville that would right? New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica Optima Harwood, the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New Yorker, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe, stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting late this week governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session. Finally are natty Iran. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the Durham bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only PR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a quick to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the onset. Kim, Woodward of Orange County EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Misconception of CPR is am I going to get trouble go to calls for remind folks that they are they're protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are assisting in the. Emergencies are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands. Only CPR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double or triple a person's chance of survival and estimated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association. I Mike Clifford. Thanks wrap it up a week with public do service, we are member listener supported Iran line at public, do service dot ORG, Tom would show, episode thirteen hundred ninety four prepared a set fire to the index card. Allowable opinion your daily dose of liberty education starts here. The Tom would show. Everybody. Don't forget, my friend. Bob Murphy has an amazing new book where he takes all his critiques Paul Krugman from over the years all these devastating smashes and organize them in one volume, according to topic, and these are topics, you want master, and Bob will help make you the master of the universe. Check it out at contra Krugman, book dot com, and I am the narrator of the audiobook version, and you can get that for free. When you check out the audible offer at Tom woods, audio dot com. Hi, everybody. Tom woods here took some time off this weekend while I usually take the weekends off anyway. But in particular this weekend because it was Amy's thirteenth birthday. She's my middle daughter out of the five, and we spent a lot of time together, and did some fun things. So what I'm going to do for you folks today, rather than again, leave you orphans here with the podcast is I'm going to share with you. A talk from my past. Now, this one does not have the, the, the woods wit that you've come to expect over the years this, this one's very straightforward because I was speaking to a group of retired folks, I believe they were called the Auburn university lifelong learners or something like that. And this was back when I lived in Auburn Alabama, and I was a resident scholar at the muses institute and on the side, I was giving this little lecture series in American history to this group of retirees. So I didn't try to do woods humor, and I tried to sound as reasonable as possible. So as not scare them. Way. But anyway, in this talk. I talk a little bit about what happened in the nineteen twenties in American history. Just some highlights, particularly areas that people don't often get right? And one of those areas not, not the whole subject of the talk by any means. But one of those areas has to do with foreign policy because everybody is under the impression from the old high school textbook that the United States was so called isolationist during the nineteen twenties. But this is not true. And I give a lot of evidence to show. This is not true unless you're defining isolationist in some bizarre way. It certainly does not apply to the US. The nineteen twenty s I think it's important to correct that for a number reasons which is one of them is to show how sloppy historians are, and how sloppy political commentators today are that they just thought loosely use the word, 'isolation est to refer to the nineteen twenties. I think we cannot emphasize enough example after example of this consistent. Sloppiness. In terminology and sloppiness in conceptualization. So we're talking about the nineteen twenties, talking some domestic stuff, some international stuff here in this particular talk, much of this is material that does not appear in my politically incorrect guide to American history. I did not discuss the foreign policy material the nineteen twenties in that book. I had so much. I wanna talk about in that book. But they gave me a strict eighty thousand word limit. I don't remember if I've told the story on this on the podcast before, but they said when I wrote that book eight thousand words, you know, I sent them one hundred thousand thought they'll be happy. There's twenty thousand words for free for you and they took every one of those words out the one way or another, they surgically removed the twenty thousand extra words above the eighty thousand limit, I had been given they showed me, we said, eighty thousand that's what we want, and it wasn't like they took the lousy. Parts. They just kind of took arbitrarily. They just took stuff out, what you're killing me. This stuff is great. So I did use some of that for my follow up book, thirty three questions about American history. You're not supposed to ask. I did do that anyway. I will link to both of those books at Tom. Woods dot com slash thirteen ninety four the show notes page can get the audiobook version of the politically incorrect guide to American history for free with the audible offer you will find at Tom. Woods, audio dot com. All right. Here we go. Okay, so today, we're talking about the nineteen twenties domestic, and international. And I've got some Tiriac like to go over that is in the texts that I'd like to elaborate on and some material. That's not in the twenties were inevitably brought face to face with presidents Harding, and Coolidge, and historians feelings about them, and I have a little commentary about that at the beginning of my chapter on the twenties that we always get these polls of historians that presumed tell us who the great presidents were, then they try to rank the his presidents in order of their greatness, and then we're all supposed to accept that. And so every so often the American public has to endure another one of these polls, professional historians. This practice began in nineteen forty eight with Arthur Schlesinger, senior who pulled fifty five historians and publish the results in life magazine. And then fourteen years later, he did the same thing for the New York Times magazine, then his. His son Arthur, Schlesinger junior published yet another one of these polls in nineteen ninety six and then numerous other such polls have appeared C span such a poll, the Wall Street Journal did one last year and it just goes on. Well, who comes out on top in these polls, and as I said occasion, for bringing this up is the low ranking that the president's we're talking about today consistently received. Well, the top three you could probably guess, our George Washington. Abraham LINCOLN and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Those are always the top three in these polls also toward the top in these polls are these three Theodore Roosevelt, Harry Truman Woodrow Wilson. So the great presidents are George Washington. Abraham lincoln. Franklin Roosevelt so-called near great presidents would include at least TR, Harry Truman and Wilson. Well, it's not surprising, given that we know where you know what the politics of most historians are that president. Who strengthen the federal government either through new domestic initiatives or through war, typically, find themselves exalted as great whereas those who exercise power, more modestly are relegated to the designation of average or worse. Woodrow Wilson once said that the president quote is at liberty both in law, and conscience to be as big a man, as he can unquote. Well, if he accepts this invitation, the president, that president can expect to be richly rewarded by our court historians now there was a time in American history when a powerful presidency was viewed with suspicion rather than held up as an ideal, and I like to quote here, if I may the founder and president of this very institute, Lou Rockwell, who describes the older view of the president this way. He says the president is mostly a figurehead and symbol, almost invisible to myself in my community. He has no public wealth, his disposal. He administers, no regulatory departments. He cannot tax us send our children into foreign wars pass out welfare to the rich or the poor appoint judges to take away, our rights to self government control, a central Bank that inflates, the money supply and brings on the business cycle, or change the laws willy nilly, according to the special interests, he likes or seeks to punish. Likewise, elections, and election campaigns were not the be all and end all of American liberty and again, Lou Rockwell, says, for those who do not vote do not care about politics in the old view their liberty secure. They have no access to special rights, yet their rights to person property, and self-government are never in doubt, for that reason for all practical purposes, they can forget about the president and for that matter, the rest of the federal government might as well not exist. People do not, pay direct taxes to it. It doesn't tell them how to conduct their lives. It doesn't send them to foreign wars, regulate their schools pay their retirement much less employ them to spy on their fellow citizens. The government is almost invisible. Well, Alexis de Tocqueville, who was the nineteenth centuries. Most perceptive foreign observer of the United States observed in the eighteen thirties in some countries power exists, which though it is in a degree foreign to the social body directs it forces it to pursue a certain track in others the ruling forces divided being partly within and partly without the ranks of the people, but nothing of the kind is to be seen in the United States. Their society governs itself for itself. The president has but little power, little wealth and little glory, share among his friends and his influence in the state is too, small for the success, or ruin of a faction to depend upon his elevations to power. But doesn't sound like the presidency today. Needless to say, but that was how the presidency was viewed in those days early nineteenth century, Bob Higgs, one of the great economic historians. We have living said this, the, the people who ratify the original constitution never intended. The presidency to be a powerful office spawning, quote great men article two sections two to four which enumerate the powers of the president comprised, but four paragraphs, most of which deal with appointments, and minor duties, well, the twentieth, century. This minor position was transformed into a larger than life office, whose occupant is expected to exude vision, leadership and greatness. Well, this, this view of the president is what we would expect to hear in Mussalini Italy, or in any fascist regime, where the leader capital is expected to exert bold leadership on behalf of the people that you may consider this to be a cheap shot. But I've mentioned in this context. That Adolf Hitler once told the New York Times correspondent, I have sympathy for Mr. Franklin Roosevelt because he marches straight toward his objectives over congress lobbies, and bureaucracy Hitler later, described himself, as the only European leader who expressed quote understanding of the methods and motives of president Roosevelt, quote. The one idea that is absolutely anathema to all such regimes is the society is capable of running its own affairs, without the paternal custodianship of a great leader and his vision. Now, the historians who are consulted in the rankings presidential rankings, tell us which presidents were supposed to like conceive of the ideal president is a far seeing demi-god rather than a humble executor of the laws. Now Theodore Roosevelt is a president. I've written very negatively about in the past. He's very, very popular among great many Americans on left and right. But I've been very critical of him because I believe he basically was almost single handedly responsible for putting together this new kind of presidency where the people are taught to have a kind of superstitious reverence for the occupant of the presidency, and there he is at number four in C, Span's, two thousand poll historians that poll ranked the president's on their quote vision on quote setting an agenda, other categories included public persuasion, crisis management, economic management, moral authority, international relations administrative. Skills pursued equal Justice for all, so on. And on while there's nothing on there. There's no ranking on how faithful was he too, the constitution or or traditional American principles. And this is the main problem with these polls. They take for granted that there's some objective scientific standard for determining how great a president is. But of course, there isn't to evaluate whether a president is any good or not. You have to have a standard of measurement, philosophical moral economic and constitutional prisons, what constitutes good economic management, Keynesian, economists will say one thing, a free market. Economists say another how can you in a non ideological way rank the president's on those grounds or what does equal Justice for all mean? Well, that phrase has gang over time under Andrew Jackson dander Jackson's philosophy of government. We're talking eighteen thirties, now was called Jacksonian democracy, and he used the phrase equal rights. But with Jackson meant by equal rights was that Nobu? Gets anything from the government, we are equal in the sense that nobody no big business. No lobbyists. Nobody is able to use the coercive arm of the state to exploited fellow man. That's the sense in which were equal nobody's getting any special privilege. Whereas today when the phrase equal rights is used nearly always refers to some kind of grant of special privilege. So how can it be a constant category for evaluating the president's the meaning changes over time now Jeff humble, who's a professor on the west coast has argued that from the point of view of libertarians of many of whom occupied this very building. The greatest president in American history was actually, Martin van Buren. Well, some, I'm sure some people perhaps, not didn't know, Martin van Buren was the president, but elected eighteen thirty six van Buren had been vice president for a term under a little over a term under Andrew Jackson. Another candidate has been proposed the greatest, president of a libertarian point of view. I've heard William Henry Harrison only because he died a month Africa in office. We didn't have a chance to do anything bad, so therefore, he's the greatest. But Martin van Buren has been proposed and Hummel's argument is that then Puran was was was the best president because he resolutely supported the free market in the constitution and a time when every incentive existed for him to do otherwise. His his, his banking policies introduced what, what is arguably the greatest banking system monetary system. The United States has ever had. He also managed to avoid not one, but two unnecessary wars one with Mexico and one with Britain, which is effective particular significance. When we recall what the founders often said about war, and its tendency to undermine free societies. Now where does poor van Buren wind up in the presidential polls. Well, he lacked vision, I suppose, but he kept the country at peace and was resolutely committed to the constitution. Come, what may in nineteen forty eight. He was number fifteen out of twenty nine presidents nineteen sixty two he was seventeen out of thirty one and in two thousand five he was twenty seven out of forty one Arthur, Schlesinger junior complained that van Buren lacked, executive energy. Another historian described van Buren inaugural address as quote, essentially a charter for inaction. I hardly need to point out. Those are bad things to the official historians who rank our president sports, now, the consistently low rankings of presidents like Ulysses, grant, or president. We discussed today. Warren Harding are due in part to the corruption associated with their administrations now to a certain degree. That's all well and good. But what is the teapot, dome scandal compared to Woodrow Wilson's catastrophic decision in the face of strong popular opposition to involve the United States in world? War one, a horrific conflict. The very least Wilson's decision it has been argued pave the way for the altar 'nationalistic policies of Adolf, Hitler and the Nazis who protested a punitive Versailles treaty that the allies would never have been in a position to impose without American assistance yet. Wilson is consistently ranked among America's best presidents. Forget the foreign policy disasters. He was responsible for the historians. Hold seem to be saying, and forget the American deaths is decisions caused the man had vision. Well, this brings us to the twenties and Harding, and Coolidge because what we'll find is all they did do more domestically than people realize in terms of building government. The fact is that they were by twentieth. Century standards, relatively inactive, and they're, therefore, we're supposed to hate them and rank the below. But again, that's an ideological judgment. Okay. If you want to decide which are the best presence, you have to decide that on the basis of your own views, and what these people did when they were in office, and whether or not they conform to your views. Well, there's a lot of scandal mongering. We could talk about with, with Harding, official scandals and personal scandals. But I hate to being a scandal monger, the guy's dead. Now as it is I already condemned him in the book, you know. So let's not dwell on that too long. It is interesting to know that on two occasions, when he confronted people who had been engaged in corrupt behavior under his presidency. People went in and committed suicide after confrontations with with Harding. So apparently, he could be quite rough on people fairly. But what I wanna point out focus on stead is one. In fact, he did what he did do economically. So I want to focus on the tax policies of the twenties, because they are, they are worth revisiting it seems like nothing could be less relevant than the tax policy, the twenties. But let's remember that during World War, One, the top income tax rate had been increased from seven percent to seventy three percent. Now I've got I've got students in an online course that I teach. And they all they're always flattering themselves about how wise they all are they're saying they were saying at one point. Well, we know that in our country, we would never tolerate tax rates of fifty or sixty percent. Of course, we would not only would you, but you did for many years in American history. That rates were very, very high. I gave the example of in Britain, the top rate at one point was ninety five percent. That was a, that's a democracy. Ninety five percent was the top rate which is why in the song taxman, George Harrison says of the tax man, he's, he's putting himself in his shoes. There's one for you. Nineteen for me. That's a ninety five percent rate. See have very high rates coming in because of the war, well, after the war is over national, you would expect the rates to come down, and they do come down the twenties. But as I suggested last time as tends to happen in emergencies, they never quite come down to. Level where where they were before the emergency, then ever come back down to seven then never happened again. I can say with absolute certainty that never in my lifetime with the top rate ever be seven percent again, but did come down substantially in the twenties. And why is that it has a lot to do with secretary of the treasury Andrew Mellon, because he was noting that we had more and more millionaires in America in a lot of wealthy people. But yet you didn't have a lot of investment going on a lot of business activity, it seemed to be seem not to make sense. Why should that be? Why do we see people doing well but yet we don't see enough business expansion going on. And he concluded that it was the tax rates are too high. That vice start out something I succeed, then I get to keep twenty seven cents on the dollar. Seventy three will be taken away, if I fail. I lose the whole doll who, who. And his right mind would would consider those to be good odds. So Mellon was of the opinion, the tax rates were so high. They were actually stifling business activity that what businesses individuals. We're typically doing was instead of using their funds to open up, businesses and get people working, they were taking their money and putting it in state local municipal bonds, because they were non-taxable so states and localities were awash with cash for they had enough baseball stadiums. The last eighty years they didn't know what to do with all the all the money. But meanwhile, the private sector was starved for capital. So what could be done so Mellon believe that if rate were lowered people would be more willing to expose their income taxation than they are now because now that now they only get twenty seven cents on the dollar. There's no point in doing it. But if we make their reward greater we lower the rate, then it's, it's worth taking your money and putting it into a business venture. So that was his proposal that was, in fact, what was happening now this may sound a little familiar if it sounds familiar to. You may sound like something out of the Reagan years, it worked better in the twenties. And I did in the Reagan years. But basically, what what's being proposed here is? As an anticipation of something called the Laffer curve, in the late nineteen seventies and economists named Arthur. Laffer. L A, F, F, E, R, proposed this relationship and really what Andrew Mellon the secretary of the treasury the twentieth of doing his antics painting this relationship. Laugher in the seventies proposed a graph. Let's see we can get one too. Two little darker. And those of you who are listening in, I'm sure you can see a copy this graph if you just do a Google search putting quotation marks Arthur Laffer, as come right up. He says, let's imagine a graph here where we've got we got on the x axis. We got the tax rate and on the why axis, we have revenue and laugher said, well, suppose the tax rate is zero obviously, the governor will collect zero in rather. So the point zero zero is plotted on this, and suppose the tax rate is one hundred percent that for every additional dollar above a certain amount to pay a hundred percent tax well, in effect, the government will also get zero revenue there, because people just stop working, or they would work under the table, or they engage in fraud or they, they shelter their income, whatever necessary. But unless people say, oh, I'd love to be a slave take all my money away. No one's really going to do that. So effect in effect, the amount of revenue, the government would get under one hundred percent rate is so negligible, that it may as well be zero. So he says. The only two points his graph that we know with any certainty. Can we can't plot anything else with any served, but he proposed that if we were to connect these two points, we would wind up with a graph that looked, perhaps something like this. We're I while the higher the tax rate becomes the more revenue the government collects sensibly enough. But eventually as you approach one hundred percent some of the disincentive affect here one hundred percent rate begin to come into play and people begin to withdraw their money or as I say, put it in tax shelters. Whatever they start getting that start getting the perverse effect, the rate goes up, but yet revenue goes starts going down. So he proposed that let's let's imagine this as the peak point. He says this here is what is called the prohibitive range, that even from the government's own point of view. You would wanna tax in this range, because you're actually getting lower and lower lower revenue here. You would want tax up to this point you wanna tax somewhere around here. So that's what that's what laugher suggesting now he was probably suggesting something that looked a little more like this. There was a bigger prohibitive range. He doesn't quite know where that is. And in the Reagan years, there are a lot of promises that taxes are so high right now than if we lower the rates, they'll be so much business activity encouraged that the tax cuts will pay for themselves because they'll be so much new business revenue coming in with people opening new businesses stuff and I think it worth it was like seventeen to twenty percent was made up, but the tax didn't pay for themselves the eighties, and then all the all the people who propose this later said, we never said it would pay for itself. We said it would slightly pay for it some. Well, I don't know. Maybe they turn the microphone off when they said slightly, but in the nineteen twenties, they did pay themselves. The rates were so high that they were actually punishing discouraging business activity so that in fact, you did get more government revenue when over the course of the twentieth, the top rate was reduced from seventy three to forty and then. From forty to twenty five percent. You did get more government. Revenue actually got the national debt, not the deficit the debt reduced by third in the twenties. So this had tremendous consequences. And that's, that's the important thing that Mellon has to show from self. Now, this is significant and I think that although next time when we talk about the depression, we're going to see some of the aspects of the nineteen twenties economy that were unhealthy and not sustainable. I think it's safe to say that some of these tax rate reductions were responsible for some of the twenties prosperity. And I cite the fact that in nineteen twenty six the unemployment rate reached an unbelievable one percent, which is just unthinkable. Given that they're always some people who were in and out of work, and it was only one percent. The United States became in the twenties, solidified its position, as a great economic power, so that total world production. It's shared total world. Production was thirty four percent. So that's an astonishing figure the next closest country in share of total world production was basically tied with Britain, and Germany and with each ten percent. So it's an extraordinary achievement and so no they didn't. They weren't as interesting and exciting teddy Roosevelt, going safaris, or anything like that. But the country was prosperous and for the most part at peace, so seems probably in some ranking account something. Now the second and last aspect. The first part was ranking the presidents at why that's difficult to do the second part of domestic stuff. The third part is just a brief thing about foreign policy, because it's often said that in the nineteen twenties, the United States became isolationist. Okay. And that, that, that was a bad thing. That's, that's actually not true. And most stories now are not really saying that anymore. First of all the term isolationist ridiculous word that was invented to smear people. It does not shed light on anything. I have never known anybody who was a an actual 'isolation. So just thought we should just block our ears and everybody just sit in the corner and not have any interaction whatsoever with the rest of the world for the country. Isolationist, typically somebody disfavors neutrality, in foreign policy. That's all it means nothing nothing, nothing weird about it's all it needs. Now, the reason I think some people have believed that the country became isolationists in the twenties is, I think it's two two reasons. One is that it certainly was not as involved in world affairs, as it is today. So by that standard. Yes, it did it did retreat somewhat. But maybe that's not a reasonable standard of measurement. But the second thing is that there are couple of things that US government did the did have a kind of 'isolation, est flavor to them. The first one was an increase in protective tariffs in the twenties. Tariff rates went up substantially and the way you could say that's sort of an. Salacious than you're, you're cutting yourself, international trade, and you do that. So arguably that was some what isolated and the reductions in immigration that occurred in the twenties have been argued as evidence of isolationism. Immigration was restricted to one hundred and fifty thousand people per year, which by international standards is still fairly generous. This is supposedly the meanest angriest wickedest decade of all an immigration. You're still talking about one hundred fifty thousand per year, which is about one hundred fifty thousand more immigrants than say Japan admits to this day, but those are the arguments there, but, but beyond that, you don't see 'isolation. We see internationalism for better or worse. I'm not endorsing or knocking any of the things about to disclose to you. But just telling the myth of isolationism in the twenties, does not hold. So, for instance, the Washington, naval conference, which was held in nineteen twenty one to twenty two brought together, the major naval powers of the world should be the US and Britain, and France and Japan and Italy. And they, they reached agreements on the limitation of armaments and this conference had real consequences. The major powers actually blew up some of their largest ships that were called capital ships. And it was based on a kind of a we'll Sonian idea that large stops of armaments tend to lead to war. And so therefore disarmament was a key to peace that actually occurred now the United States was led that occurred in the United States, so it doesn't seem like something, an isolationist country would do leading an international disarmament campaign. Of course, this is a time when air power is beginning to be more important in wars. And, and of course, the Washington, naval conference doesn't deal with air power. So. So it doesn't it doesn't it doesn't cut out everything of significance. But it does reduce naval armaments at least the United States also joined what we're called the four power pack and the nine power packed the four power pact, which consisted of the US Britain, France, and Japan, urged signatories to consult with each other matters pertaining to security in the Pacific because all of those powers had Pacific possessions. The United States had the Philippines, for example. The nine power packed consisted of these four along with China for other European countries aimed at securing what was called the open door in China. In other words, ensuring that trade with China would be open and free to all nations and would not be characterized by exclusive privileges for one country or that, that a lot of countries that sometimes tried to acquire in defiance of the week and frustrated Chinese government. So these are two examples of, of packs in which the United States enters in which it agrees to engage in consultation with other powers now 'isolation, ISM means you don't give Dr what other powers have to say. So again, these tend to overturn that myth. But that's sort of international diplomacy or politics. But an international economic policy, the United States was also internationalist, some of you may know in nineteen Twenty-three, Germany experienced, one of the most destructive bouts of monetary inflation in history, monitoring flation so bad that there's a special word for called hyper inflation that the inflation is so bad that the currency unit collapses altogether. The people go to a bar an order to two beers at once because they drink one and then order another one the price will have doubled by the time they order the second one. I mean, that's how fast it's going as soon as you get the money you get paid. You have to workers were getting paid twice a day because they get paid one time. You gotta stroke just whatever by anything by anything with it, but just get off your hands and it just sort of leads to a vicious circle. Everybody's got to get rid of it, ever people panic that it's going to be worth less and less less. There's a story of somebody, maybe a pocketful. Story, but had a wheelbarrow full of German marks to go out shopping to set it down to look at a shop window to see if there's anything worth buying, and then turned around and find that the money was still there. But somebody made off with the wheelbarrow there's no point in trying to trying to run off with his money worth anything. There are photographs of children who are who are using the gluing the worthless marks together to fly them as kites or putting them together as blocks making pyramids out of them, people burning the currency to keep warm complete disaster. The German government had been recklessly inflating its currency in order to make reparations payments in inflated, therefore less valuable currency, but the strategy spun out of control led to this hyper inflation at the height of this, hyper inflation, it took over four trillion German marks to equal one American dollar. So in one of the government business partnerships that was. Increasingly common in the twenties. It was banker Charles Dawes who encouraged by the White House, put together a reconstruction plan for Germany called the dogs plan. Does stabbed new payments schedule in line with Germany's ability to pay. He developed a plan to put German currency on a more stable footing and manage to raise one hundred ten million dollars in emergency loans that were issued by private bankers. Not the US government in order to see the German government through the crisis. Dawes was also able to secure French withdrawal from the Ruhr, which was a resource rich industrial area of western Germany, that the French had occupied in nineteen Twenty-three out of frustration with half-hearted German compliance with reparations payments. So again, it's not something that 'isolation has power gauges, does winning the Nobel peace prize for that and became the vice president nineteen twenty four. Now, then in one thousand nine twenty eight. We have something called the Kellogg brianna packed some of you may know about signed by dozens of countries. And this was an international initiative. A lot of pacifists were involved in it. And the purpose of it was tried to outlaw war as an instrument of policy and declared aggressive war to be illegal. Well, all right. Nothing is easier than to ridicule this document. I mean, how are you going to enforce war being illegal to go to war, that would be okay because they're only Guerin declaring aggressive war to be illegal. If somebody gauging aggressive war, you could still go stop them. But the thing is that no aggressor who engage in aggressive war, ever says, I'm an aggressor engage in aggressive war. They always claim they're acting in self-defense or their liberators, or whatever, and there was no enforcement mechanism. But whether we think this was a valuable document or silly document or naive or whatever the point is that an isolationist. Country unconcerned with world affairs would not have spearheaded an international campaign on behalf of an initiative like this in the culture, culturally. We see an internationalist sort of spirit the United States never joined the league of nations, as you know, but it did take part in certain league activities and join the number of Lee committees. There was an intern. There was a league of nations committee on internet on intellectual cooperation, this league on an electoral cooperation was formed because intellectuals, thinkers and journalists and writers were oftentimes a shame to the way they had acted during World War, One, they had just been Schillt's for their governments. They had repeated obviously false propaganda. They had demonize the enemy, as being some human, and they looked thought, gee, we're the intellectuals, we're the ones we're supposed to be above all this, and we got right down in the muck as well. And so a lot of intellectuals wanted to form an international group like this like the league's committee on intellectual cooperation. To foster international scholarly communication to held international conference in various subjects. So this league committee looks to, to try to bring about, for example, things like textbook revision that if there's a French textbook that says, all the Germans are bar Burien 's, but we should probably not do that if we want to foster international understanding, so there was that type of thing or encouraged countries to learn to institute, things like the study of the history and languages of the United States, for instance, Russia, China and Japan, there now you had official at the college level. You had departments teaching the languages and cultures of these places on the understanding that the more we know about the countries of the world, the more, we understand them the less likely there will be misunderstandings that lead to war. So that was the internationalist spirit behind this wasn't used a coincidence that these academic departments start started. The thinking was the more we know about other cultures. The more we will encourage piece it was also during the nineteen twenties at the student exchange program. Get started, which is now a familiar staple of American education. In my own high school. We had a. A Swedish guy named Johann and he was sort of slightly little slightly clueless. You know. And so it was kind of cute to watch him. Try to cope with American life and culture. But the idea of the program was that to know them is to love them. You get to know some guy from Sweden. Well, you're less likely go to war with Sweden. Well, I guess, in that sense. It's worked right? We've had complete nothing peace with Sweden over the years. But the idea was that Americans will go study here, foreigners study, other places again, fostering, international understanding. And in fact, we have in addition to that, that in the twenties, there was a tremendous bout of what became known as revisionist history. Now this term revisionist history has been used so many times that it almost loses. All meaning I've been told that I've had people come to me and say, your book is great. I mean the one that you folks have your book is great because it goes after the revisionist historians, and I've had other people say your book is great. It's a great work of revisionist history. So people don't know if I'm attacking. Revisionism if I am revisionist will there isn't a fixed or stable, meaning of what the term means a revision, simply is somebody who looks at the received version of history, and then goes back and reexamined that to see if it actually is true or whether it's propaganda, and particularly revisionism, for example, revisionism after World War, One would go back and look at some of the claims made by the victors say that did some of these things really happen. Did these atrocities that were claimed really happened or did did was Germany, as the, the peace treaty claimed was Germany really exclusively responsible for the outbreak of the war? I mean does Russia bear? No responsibility. That's France being no responsibility. Is that really true? And the thinking oftentimes among revisionists, who are engaged in their work, not only after wars, but a lot of times after wars, sometimes wartime is not the best moment to make impartial judgments, nobody's impartial during a war. You gotta go after the enemy. Going to be impartial during those years. But now, when passions of cool, we gotta go back and reevaluate all these claims we made and all the bogus history we wrote, and we got to look at the documents and see what they tell us. And in the twenties already began to see revisions looks at, at history like Sidney Fay, was writing articles in major historical journals, arguing that Germany was not exclusively responsible for the outbreak of the war later on, you had Harry Elmer Barnes, writing that infect Germany, was perhaps, the least responsible for the outbreak of the war, and this is all debatable. But the point is the fact that these debates were occurring as an example of revisionism, and whether you support revisionism or not the point is they thought of themselves as internationalists, what motivated, them was the idea that you cannot foster international understanding on the basis of myths. And if we're led to believe that World War, One was caused solely by some wicked devils in Germany. And that none of us bore any responsibility. Well, this is not this is no no way to base international peace to demonize one grew. We're going to resent that forever. We have to look at everything impartially, and then make our judgments on that basis. So those are some examples of an international spirit at work in the twenties. That's a very straightforward talk right there. And I'm going to just oppose that against a very radical website created by yet. Another Tom which show listener. And this one is called aga- rest nexus dot com. So agress eight. T. Nexus N, E X. You s you'll recall if you have a good memory that back on episode thirteen Twenty-three, we talked about algorithmic, which the creator this site describes as a libertarian social philosophy, that advocates, creating a society, in which all relations between people are voluntary exchanges by means of counter economics. And counter economics was the term that Sam Konkan used and it doesn't mean that we're running contrary to the laws of economics or anything like that. But rather that there's a counter economy, there's an economy in which people just treat each other like like ends in themselves. Not means to their own selfish. But we treat everybody like an end in himself. And we interact with each other in non-political way, that is to say entirely without coercion. And we try to carve out some space, some freedom for ourselves in this so-called counter economy. So since address, avoid the state a lot of times, they'd rather do business with other Agra's and Agra's nexus dot com provides a directory and a community for accuracy, as well as they post companies newsletters podcast episodes and other important information with an emphasis on privacy, their emails, encrypted. The website has a tour mirror that provides an empty you should check it out aga- rest nexus dot com. Very interesting to see a listener engaged in a worthy project like this, a very, very, very interesting. Indeed. So I'll linked to that website. Also over at Tom woods dot com slash thirteen ninety four. And if you have ambitions to start a website or a blog and you'd like to get. A flood of targeted traffic from the Tom would show audience all you gotta do is go to Tom. 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Topping our news, Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course and declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The says by made the declaration, Thursday folly two days of intense scrutiny and criticism from rivals after his campaign affirmed. The seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poll women from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon. Watts founder of moms demand action for gun cents in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the mass shooting, the school shooting daily gun violence kill hundred Americans in city, centres, and world communities, homicides, and suicide, the like, Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher death rate than any other developed nation in the world, the gun violence or KYW shows, forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases, re applying for protections every eighteen months, so ever marry knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and seperation from their home and their children, as President Trump looks to end these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lacked additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with a legislative session. Join to close Bill that would right. New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals at a law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica often Mahar with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New Yorker, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change. This would be I believe stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm envious Sears reporting this week governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session finally are Nettie a. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the door bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill. They learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a privilege to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the onset. Kim, Woodward of Orange County EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Smith. Conception of CPR is am I going to get trouble going to call form to remind folks that they're, they're protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are assisting in the. Emergencies or actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands only CPR is just as, as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double, or triple a person's chance of survival estimated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association by Clifford wrapping up your week with public service. We are member listener supported enroll line at public service dot ORG. Hey, hey, welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Star guest, Dennis Miller. Dennis by the way, is the host of the Dennis Miller option, which is available for free can listen or subscribe at apple podcast podcast, wherever you get your podcast on the Westwood One podcast network. Well, Dennis Miller, thanks so much for showing up. The Sunday says she looks apprised to be here. Walsh episode, and why I just I didn't know enough about him hear his name come up, and I also wanted to see the lay land, and it was beautiful because he. Was so heartfelt about his religious beliefs. And when he would lean into make a point to you, one of these hate lamps over his head with perfectly frame, his head like a halo. Speaking in cyclical. That lamp right there would just frame head for for people who've fallen out of touch with you. What you've been doing lately? I wanna go back all the way in the second to the beginnings of your career from birth to now. So get the whole life story. But what are you up to these days? I go out on the road and do my stand up. I just did a special called fake news, real jokes. That was my ninth special. I go out with Mark Stein periodically. We gotten have it's a little less comedy that it doesn't turn into a think piece either. It's kind of funny, but we take questions from the audience, and that, but as far as television show I, I live up north, and I don't I'm not exactly in demand now anyway, so sort of dubbed tells at sixty five years old, I'm not one of these people who always wanted the hustle it into the barn. I worked hard my whole life. I'd like to travel, little trying to read everything that PG would has wrote and that's the task and it self and I like to go hiking in that. So when people say to me now, what are you doing now? It's enjoying the fruits of busting my tail in the mining town that is Hollywood for the last thirty five years, so quick question about that. Special officials great. I watched it last night, actually and. It didn't get distribution at some place like Netflix. You, you said, you're not in demand. Why do you think that is that you're not in demand? Well, you know what you can do the thing about your political beliefs, but I don't think that sounds whiny. You make a choice to talk out loud and let the chips fall where they may if I had the Sam six I'm sixty five I don't wanna bang that drum again. But did you I mean who gets really infrequently? You know, you get super hot when you're sixty five years old. I've had a beautiful run. I think things are in a suitable day new mall. It's not like it's not like I can't do anything but I my choices are limited, the some degree. But it seems to me that it's completely where it should be. Like, what do I haven't common with a sixty five with a twenty five year old kid I if I sit down with many twenty five year old kids who are friends of my sons, and they're also nice. But when I watched somebody like a C breathe the I guess that's the new lexicon. But when I watch her, I think this is so obviously ill-afford but they're enamored of her. Five acidy the factual use social media. It's not a fact basics change. They have with her. They just like the fact that she's flipping the table on the old school. I get all that. And I think we'll, why would I appeal to them? I don't wanna be the buzzkill that comes in and does that falcon and the snowman discussion, you know, between the dad and the kid at lunch or you're fighting. They shouldn't see it that way. So I'm about where I should be at sixty five. Turn this into sort of nostalgia player you grousing about the young, but I I look at AO see in the same way that I look at some of the comedians the that I see working today and that is enthusiasm over skill. Do do you get that impression also that there's a real draw toward the enthusiastic and the authentic as opposed to the craft like actually working through things? Well, the craft I think is listen. There's some guys are beautiful technicians and they literally would do syllable counts and peel back, but something main directive, obviously companies always been getting labs. Now you can go out and do it in a myriad of ways their physical comedians are intellectual comedians. See some guys anything. Wow. That's so smart. But for the most part, it's all about the prime directive of getting laughs. I've noticed the change is more tectonic in. It's turned everybody's comedy act almost into an impersonator act like impressionists used to do they. Would've Jack Nicholson was working at the Burger King. And I was always bridal. I had that I lacked that, gene, where I could go with that. I'd say time he's one of the highest paid act. Why is he working? But they do it. And then at the end people plaud-, and that's sort of what Umer is now. Like people will make bold statement and get applause, instead of big lapse. It's weird to me. It's sort of short-circuited the primal thing that it's an involuntary gesture where somebody says something funny, and you don't have to intellectualize it. You just find yourself. And that's the cool part of it. Now it's people going. And a big change for comedy, the term that I've heard used about this clapped her that people are not actually laughing anymore. They're just they're clapping. And this is the Hannah Gadsby version of comedy where you have think pieces now about why for thousands of years, we've actually been getting the entire concept of comedy wrong. It's not that we're supposed to laugh at things. It's supposed to if we laugh at things. It's actually bad. We're supposed to think about things, and then the thinking is the humor. It seems to me that we are reshifted the entire nature of humanity around, what a bunch of very, politically driven people want it to be because, I mean, I'm old enough to remember when Jay Leno was on television and trying to be funny. And now you've got people on TV in late night. Who I don't even know if they're trying to be funny anymore. I mean, legitimately, they I think Fallon may be the only late night host is even making an occasional attempt to be funny. I don't know what your, your opinion is of the of the. And I like that about him. I, I think that you have to understand if you want to at some point, you would use those jobs. If you look good Jimmy is at Jimmy Fallon. I I've been on Jimmy Kimmel us nice to meet, so I have an ax to grind their. I disagree with them on many things, but he's also adroit edit, and it's in his own way. But Jimmy's the entertainer to me, look, how much trouble, we got in for a simple hair fluff with Donald Trump. It's almost over for him at that point. Really, he's had the rally, and there is an individual's choice at some point to keep a great job, you can say you should make your statement you speak, your mind. If you're a forty five year old Jimmy Fallon seems like light full guy, the times, I've met him over the years could kit makes me laugh off stage deadly funny. He's got the catbird seat he hosts Johnny Carson is they make them leave from New York he's loves New York. He's probably not gonna thirty to thirty million dollars a year all win. And they say, well, listen, no more pro-trump stuff, or we're going to this is they won't even state it. But it's the old mob hit movies where they compartmentalize it they'll have to deal with you. With extreme prejudice. Would eventually not have that gig. It's, it's just the truth. You couldn't go. Jimmy could not go out there now and espouse anything on that side. I think at that point it's Dion Sanders. Whenever he does NFL football. Somebody won't like stretch out for pass all like short arm. They don't get lit up and the Unsan business decision. And that's the thing of at some point, you have to understand the hierarchy would want you, if you went on every night and did a pro-trump but and this is where I feel like contrary to your own perception of yourself. I think that there probably is a growing market for somebody like you actually saying things that are both money and somewhat conservative. Simply because if you look at Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy, like I remember when he used to do these sports thing on Kevin and bean on what six point seven out here and was a funny guy when he was doing his show with Adam Karol on comedy central and the humor came first and now he's the pope of late night. Right. He gets up there, and he's going to rail about ObamaCare and cry on TV about ObamaCare. And I just think to myself. Well, isn't like, where's the other side of this equation, where every funny comedian seems to be being read out? And if you're moderate, that's not enough, you have to make overtures toward being politically woke, if you're going to survive in this even dies. I like like I think John Mullany is really funny. Mullany. He will have to at some point in his show, just dump on a certain portion of the country, so that he can get his woke credit orders that he can go about doing his normal business. Isn't that leaving half check box for flocking mechanism, if he doesn't everything else in his act that we shot through the prism of is he not woke enough? So, yeah, is it easier to straight throughout? So you look for an hour, and you're doing some tepid jokes or is better, just in the middle like sorbet cleanse, your Palo with just come out with the thing and pitcher Trump with alarms on a try. But in the middle you've laid it's, it's, it's off to me, how the U it's demanded that you establish that I, I won't do that. I their times I think Trump's buffoon. There are other times I think Trump's great at what he does. He's an infinitely better president in my eyes and he was a host of the apprentice. The retires. I'd watch money apprentice and say. This is so stilted in weird and awkward at ego driven. But there are days, I watched them on as the president. I think you know, when I see those union guys being led into the Oval Office and him, just saying got take some pictures, and the guy starts crying thing about his dad, who's the, you know, the boiler maker, who never got anywhere near that. I always think, well in an odd way, the most Patricia, these guy, I should say Patricia, but the billionaire guy comes in and he has a stranglehold on what the Hoi Pelosi mean I'm fascinated by that. I think it was all those years of him in a hard hat, walking through construction sites with the power tie on. But he also has the co habitation with all these cats were throwing the building pre has nothing something gave him these proletariate chops which I admire about him, you know, whenever they say, just this morning, bent. Why should let you ask questions about? On grant here. But I, I was again this morning that couple of democratic candidates, Castro. I forget his name is Julian Castro Castro, and somebody else that Trump reminds of the Third Reich bait on I always look at this stuff, and I think for sixty not see that you're not being clever about how you're playing this guy. If you do hate them, if you do hate what he wants he want him out to throw down the Hitler thing. And then here's even the backup plan on that. If you say when you say Hitler, like, obviously, my flash card in my head is the systematic liquidation, six million of his fellow human beings. I haven't seen anything like that from Trump, and they'll say, oh, of course I didn't mean that. And you'll say, well, what other Hitler peccadillo? The mustache the bad house painter reviews on Angie's list. Of course. When you say again, this morning, even today, you've got Vado rooks, positing himself as a young hipster. A young hipster does not come in and say the man in the Oval Office. Right now to me, I it's such an over awkward clumsy overplays is like is like a Adolf Hitler. It's a stupid to me. So I think when you say eventually people will come around, I think that might have to because I always think they have to come out of this fevered state or they wait. I if I were beat this guy got a cut stop giving him freebies by calling him Adolf. Hitler in ninety proof of not Hitler and other people are vote for this has been kind of my view of what this political moment, originally was in the first place wishes. They called Mitt Romney Hitler. I mean, Joe Biden, what out there and see just the Mitt Romney the most anodyne human being who has yet to walk the earth was going to put black people back in chains. And then I think the Republican party in a lot of people middle of the country, that you said, you know what giant middle finger? John thing with orange for let's do this thing man. And they just voted for Trump in the primaries as that. And that's the moment we live in wouldn't step up how unrequited people felt even if they liked them, they thought, oh, listen. I have this guy over for Taty but for gun, safes, you get a needed talk fighter in their remember. I look back at Mitt Romney. And I think I remember him saying that, that our biggest geopolitical threat was Russia. It's so funny to me that Obama did to hipster thing it's engine nineteen ninety eight call wolradio wants, you know, they're just ridiculing this man. And then the moment five minutes after Trump won that election, and they're up in that they can't believe it up in Hillary land. They immediately trigger the doomsday machine, which is Russia's back blame him for Russia. And I thought it is so crazy, how they shift those things. I keep waiting for a younger candidate on the democrat. Attic side to be hip enough to come out and deny all the overplays and establish himself somewhere in the middle. It's, it's such an easy sister soldier moment to come out on a couple of these things for beta Rourke just step up. Obviously, not Adolf Hitler. Here's what he is. And, you know, lay out a few things that they have probably, I can't believe that shows me how threatened, they are on that side that nobody can see that play, maybe this. I don't even know how to say anybody yet. Yeah he's been the only one who's made. He he sees it and things. Jeez, I can go from mayor president, because there's a whole big probably forty five percents that are predisposed to go directly against Trump this next election. You got an I don't even know if they'll be a third party that probably will be. But you probably have to nibble at six percent, max or five point one percent max. Had or if there's a third candidate, you might not even have to get the fifty somebody should be smart enough, two years out to say, I gotta disengage myself from this pack that is overplaying their hand with Trump and looked like the person that the moderates vote for, because I do think Forty-five vote informed, Forty-five or not vote and form and you start making sense to those ten and I don't think you're making sense dome. Overplaying your hand with Trump, especially when the jobless claims to what forty nine year lows. And but, you know, for me a big thing, and I always hear it. I don't hear it hit enough is there were missiles flying over Japan from that nutcase Iran two years ago testing them at any any point, as he lobbed those the one could have blown up over Japan. You got war war three. Yeah. Almost have to start at the fact he's not testing him anymore. 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So I want to ask you about the future, the Republican party for talking about the Democrats who are who are off the track. They seem to be disconnected from at least a huge percentage of the American public, where do you think the future of the Republican party lies because I do think that there is a certain mythos that's been built up about President Trump as sort of great political figure, when, in fact statistically, he performs basically in line with how George W Bush performed a lot of the swing states. How Mitt Romney performed actually at a lot of the swing states. What do you think the future of their publican party is, you're always saying that you are socially liberal, but fiscally, conservative, do you think that we're moving into more libertarian direction or more populous direction, where do you think the future of the conservative movement is real quickly? Just let me put a button onto them side of this. I think Hillary is going to be the unlikeliest cavalry riding over the hill. I honestly do. I'm coming back. I'm looking at this her relative. Silence not all the time. But, and I think somebody's told her listen, the, the less, they see. You the better. They play you play. You should stay out of the way we've got a circular shooting range, share the yet eighteen guys fourteen of them shouldn't have driver's licenses for. Could not pass the ACT test half people. You should shut up come in at the end and say, and when they say you said you weren't going to run say they demanded it I don't want to doing this for the good country. That's where I think the Democrats are going, I would rise. Especially with Biden falling apart. What do you make of all the accusations about Biden in his candidacy, which seems to be on the roads? This early should get back to his actual job. Which is being the third guy in a car on a sonic commercial free years. I've been hearing about. Genius by one of those big glad-handing do possess. It went into the bubble when he's twenty nine seventy five and every time I seem user, I don't want drawn this reluctantly, but I have to help, and Joe if you're out there, and you watch bed, and, you know, probably do I wanna tell you, stop helping me. I let you free. Go out and healthier self at eight seventy five because at this point, it's you know to as more unhinged shaky of the rescue dog, Phil Spector's house, and they, they always actually he's a bunker. I, I guess, missing that the sort of guy who looks like he thinks bottled water tastes better after his shake it. So going to go in. He's going to get in for the reason that they created they birth this monster this whole thing about now. Do I find it weird to Joe Biden's leaning in on E strangers? And. Smelling, their hair, I guess it's fetishistic or so. I don't know. I don't know what that is. So I think that should be a reason he doesn't run for president. No. Do I think that might end up being a reason? I mean that's, that's where it's at right now. But they started this stuff, you know, of anybody out. That's one thing we should be able to greet to this culture. If you said, which way is political correctness coming from the left or the right, I think, anybody would have to concede between college professors and Hollywood social media, boy ends that mostly the left demands that you walk in a very tight lockstep. I've been you know, on both sides of this issue over the years, and I can tell you the people on the right side up to their ass kicking a lot easier than left us. I Christians are almost used to it. You know, they are they calling for anybody's heads or they, you know what I mean it's they regularly get poke fun at. And they kind of move on with the left the one who have gotten so PC now that Biden probably will be done in by the same thing that he now has to cater to. It's weird to watch him. What this will lend thing in the same week. He has to go back and apologize for his performance at the Anita hill thing. He also has to. Say that I didn't really mean that mean it when I lean in, but now he has to qualify that and say, I see that's the space is different. Now try to modulate. And I think it is a hard job over there keeping up onto the daily PC casting list, which they knew, that's exactly right. Especially because the same week that Joe Biden is doing all of this stuff, the entire Democratic Party descended, and paid homage to Al Sharpton. Right. It was like one of the worst people in human history, and they're all going to national action network and they're pretending like he some sort of great political kingmaker, three decades every pulled the Justice Millette with Tawana Brawley. I, I met him once and I couldn't call him Reverend that, you know, I interviewed him once I listen. I can't do the Reverend thing you know. You know, I, I must admit it was pretty pretty easy by that. I said to, you know, is this too much stuff? That's you know, you read about that haberdasher up in Harlem who was ended up getting killed. I mean this is rough stuff when you make these accusations that are false. So I don't respect. I don't respect Sharpton at all. And by the way, that weight loss, I think he just got to a point where he'd so violated, the sacrosanct promise of not over using the mini bar on speaking engagements, the actually had to cut it out of his writer. Then. Tireless filled with grey goose, and Togo. It's just turned into a Macy's below everybody. What are you doing cars nine up on the minibar so much they had to take it on my right now to watch them kiss? His ring is just unbelievable to me. And that's what I mean about that. Ten percent in the middle of forty forty five forty five. We're going to go against him or for him that ten in the middle. I think see stuff like that says. Oh, really is he the gatekeeper now on all this is not even a good guy? Now, yet asked me before about where do, I think the Republicans ago, I don't know. I haven't paid attention to Republicans. It's not Republican, it's Trump. And in an odd way, he is turned out to be very concerned. I mean he's lead I would say on most big issues you're more conservative than me. I'm I'm pretty conservative. You know, he's done pretty well as far as checking conservative boxes, hasn't he lets her live. Tax cuts, cutting regulation with appointing conservative judges moving. He, he he's, he's at a lot of great stuff. I mean, the one area where I think that Republican party continues to be a giant fail is of course on spending entitlements and they will be a fail for as long as Benny. This is the reason stuff that I think he can talk about where they should talk about it with him. Yeah. We're spending our ass off. I don't think we're spending that the same speed that we did under Obama. But certainly, it's not enough of thing where you go. He's notch back on that. I think that I can't judge Republicans because I don't feel Republicans been in there. I feel an unlikely conservative guy. I've you Trump is the guy. We got to the place where this whole thing if they had had another eight years to sort of cement, solidify smooth over appease tamp down problems with, you know, the, the Hillary's the dossier, and all that, if, if they had another eight years to do that. I don't think this country was coming back. When people say, well, what do you mean coming back to that? Sounds apocalyptic. I just mean, it would've turned into some huge Scandinavian country, and it would people over here, just would have been scammed a navy because everybody would have been beating the system and you wouldn't a shot for the moon anymore all that stuff. I think is what would have changed if Hillary got in. I think it would it became a single payer healthcare system. I think all these things kind are not the country. I grew up excited about where you went for it. So that's all I'm saying what happened to, I think it would turn into around up everybody in. No, I don't wanna be apocalyptic, about Trump actually turned around and said, now what about self determinism? What about? What about we go for it in as individuals? And then that makes the go up. So I admire him for that. I that's what I like about the country. I like a can do attitude. And I was always a, puzzled the most the numbered, I ever was of Michelle Obama's. I saw her speaking one night, and on TV. And she was talking about how her father who she adored beyond all others would come home in between shifts and taken our home and bouncer on her lap is young girl, and then he'd go back out leave, you know, it's, it's almost like caveman. Stuffy, leave the cave. The procure meat for the young ones and imagine the have your dad, he smelling at you. He's come from a bus as job. He's going to another magic a young girl sitting there, while there's a man for you. And then later in life, I, why do you want to turn this stuff over to Chuck Schumer, you know what I mean? Why, why do you want your old man's government to be in charge of what was the most important moment in your life? Life. I never I I've never understood that part of it. When people say to you, why are you conservative stuff like that? I always loved the American dream. I always love the going forward. No guarantees. I always work. Well, when my cat's paws heels are backed over the abyss. You know what I mean? I also lead. And I think it's all if it's all soft landing, it's like I defy people tell me they didn't use to dig the end is more when there was no net. You know what I mean? You put the net in you're still there, but it's well they fall in out. So that's my big protestation with a. Entitlement Silla where where did this come from? When did you actually become for realize that you are politically conservative? Listen, I grew up in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh's a no BS town. So we work hard for your money. So that's in my hard drive. I remember as I got older. It was important. And this was pretty late lime comparatively. It wasn't a childhood thing Admiral stock that was a big thing for me because I remember thinking remember Stockdale was picked went ones Perot. Is that a what year ninety two okay? So we're going on and seventeen years. And I remember. Jesus, I can't believe life's molding by like that. But he picked stock down Stockdale goes on TV, and he's this is a man, who was in the Hanoi Hilton for God's sakes, tapping codes of prayers to young men, who you know, they'd say Jimmy and sell eight once the die, you know, and he would pray with them through the night. Imagine a more. I don't know. I always hear that. It makes me cry thing about the kid who wants to just die just stop trying to live and die. And this man getting on and praying with them and codes pipes. It just boggles my mind at the nobility of that. He goes on TV. I don't even know what I'm doing here. They naturally excise that clip and make him look like some doddering fool, and I'm thinking forget six the vice presidents we've had over the years was vice president, you know, I don't make fun of Quayle except I don't think he's a man. He's a historical figure to me, so certainly spa. Doc Dale could do this job. That was a big moment for me. When the left start ridiculing him. I remember thinking this rooms getting too hip, for me. If guys like that, are, you know, gonna be disparaged at the expense of other guys who are quite frankly, just hacks, who went into a system ages ago and know how to me, much politics, the ability, the best people outta the ability to look at the crowd, they're speaking to and point an individual and actually have that individual. They must have met at some point. It's always that I always see them go, and I think there's more to it than that, about this guy who doesn't know how to do that. But answers the call to save a young man's life in the most horrid situation on earth. So that was a big shift for me that, you know, some of the stuff was in my hard drive. I just believe I'd like to keep fifty cents on a dollar. I think I live in the best country in the world. I think I'd like to keep one for everyone. I give away. And then when I croak, I'd like that the half that I kept to go to my kids. You know, people always say, well, why do you want your kids, did you spoil them, and I want to say, hey, why do I want to spoil your kids? I don't even know your. Yeah, my kid's give me joy. Yeah, I'd like to keep a little that's my big for making it and having about that. So that never made that part of it didn't make sense after nine eleven. Let's see anybody who was able to like rap nine eleven and move on get whatever, people's it's time to get behind this, quote, kidding me. It's, it's primal. I it's, it's in the hard drive now as much as I'd like people to work hard for the money. I remember thing. Oh, we gotta get serious. I don't know what serious is. I'm not wizard. Wonk about foreign policy, but eighteen guys were able to do that. And that's a dangerous world. So that changed me a little too headed people in Hollywood react when they realized what your politics so can take me through sort of what your resume was how, what was your career progression here, because a lot of people know you at, like, certain times, people know, you from, or they know you from your show on CNBC, or they know you from your radio show, but what was the, the sort of time line career for real? L and I was talking about earlier about a business decision. I had some political leanings, but man when you get hired to news on SNL you're there to make fun of power, and that was right in at the time I didn't even know that much about Reagan honest to God. I mean, these people always act like that they were your. I remember talking to you when you're in the amniotic sac, and your smart. But I, I didn't pay that much attention honest to God. And I had no trouble lighting up Reagan. He was an older cat power. I was the weekend update anchor. You know, you're supposed to be scared Moshe. It's the come out and flourish, the capable little, so I made fun of them, but I can't even say I knew everything he stood for. But if I if I go back, I do believe we had some basic overlaps, and I've seen specials myself where I do have a pragmatic side to come through even when I'm trying to be a hipster as a young man, I would say nine eleven was the big thing I would say stockdale's a big thing. I think just commonsense is a big thing. I wasn't certain enough of Mike. Guesswork to be liberal anymore that was such a degree of certitude about the same sort of, you know, or flip a coin that most of us to I as I got older. It just didn't make sense to me anymore, some of that stuff, and as I get older yet, it's still doesn't make sense to be listen. They always say, oh, Trump's insane, and I guess, Obama's held up as the avatar of, you know, wisdom in that and I always say who, who loads one point eight billion onto a pallet since direct. I mean I'm kind of people's. Let's so naive. I can hear John Kerry Slee, and I will you over think it I just know they live the kill the Jews. I dig the Jews. I'm not even shooting, but I did the Jews just because they live in the craziest called the second the world and anytime you pre package one point eight just the fact that they would ask for it in cash. I'd say, why don't I give you check and fill the memo's section. I kill Jews. You know what I mean, anytime you send that cash or read some of it's going to end up. Bombing us Abaro pizza parlor that stuff doesn't make sense to me. And why can't fake like it does I have to stop done on each issue, and more. Socially, some of the liberal stuff makes sense to me, but on, on basic common sense things. So that would be my progression. I think when I was on HBO I was on there for ten seasons. I think two hundred and fifteen shows, and as I look at it, I was always a pragmatist, but maybe in the second half of it was just more openly skeptical about some of the BS, you know, I remember having Tim Robbins on one night. And this is probably turning. He said, I worry about Tim, what are you doing? He's been on the road for with Bill Clinton for two weeks painting that's twice in your life. You had the crawl through a pipe filled with. After looking. I might have gotten more open about. Ask you, you've done a bunch of these jobs. Pretty rare. Well, let me go through them. I was a stand up comedian, I dug it but I was broke at the beginning, you're broke. I can remember being out on the road. It's brutal scene. You go into comedy condo. And there's an dramas strain on the shower curtain, nothing. Any clean? Out there. At least then I was able to tell my Subra nobody throws you until they have to throw you, the shut up lay low keep your nose to the grindstone and get through this as quickly as possible, but you'd see club owners taking kids audition tapes, and taping the Winter Olympics over them. Yeah, it was just like gladiator can't. You know, and I thought, well, I'm going to go down hard. So you know, I got all Spartacus about it. I look back on an such a wuss. But at the time I thought, wow, just could be tough. So I got tough and then I got seen for Saturday night. Live. I'd have to say, that's you know, to answer the question, but we can go through the other ones if you want. But that's, that's the biggest change. I mean you know you come in from Baltimore. I remember in Baltimore gettin stomach poisoning. As though I won't say the name of the company because getting there, since at plays in that all of a sudden two days later year healed up, and you're in New York. You're on Letterman, and I remember I had on dishing for Saturday Night, Live and didn't get it. They showed the cast in USA today, and I remember I was so tough at that point, I even saw that picture and just, all right. Now, your time for, you know, wasn't like I, I just thought it it's brutal. Don't waste a second. You know, being a whistle about this, get your rhino skin together. So for John, I do Letterman, they say, Lorne Michaels wants to see seventeen I know something's up because he's not gonna call me up. Lauren hates awkwardness. He's having me up to talk about something I don't know what he's going to proffer. Maybe an appearance I go up and I sit outside his office or an hour. And then they say Lauren's ready. And I go in and he's sitting at the end it's a beautiful scene. It's burned into my skull. It's like a great end. Graham or something. I told you they always the bum on 'em grants. This is a good one. I can't get this on my mind. I looked he's got half classes on one of those beautiful green table lamps over his shoulder as the Empire State building in some treat Keller's status and he looks Dennis. How would you like to be the weekend update anchor said, well, I'd like that? A lot. He's I see a ten and it was that I walked out and your life's never the same after that I find out the Lovett's was supposed to do weekend anchor, but he was in so many things that they needed the time. This is the vagaries of life, they needed the time between the band, who would play and the weekend update to dress him on prosthetics for some of the characters did bus I get the gig. And so if I had to say what my biggest change was it was that, and also the most enjoyable you're in the bunker. It's life in a bunker. You know how that accelerates the emotion relationships you talking about really brutal place where it's. It's fun to. But if you screw up three weeks in a row, dad. I mean you're gone to the point where, you know, nobody sniffs you. It's like an injured player in the NFL, nobody wants to be around. They know there's a paint on. I dug that action when I was a kid. I don't know if the nurse for now but at the time it felt like several affair then after that I went, I was looking for an exit point because I didn't wanna be guy who overstayed his welcome there. I remember in college. It was always the guy who came back after he graduated the next year and hung out near the keg. Trying to tap, it, and get laid, and always whatever weird seeing that is. So I didn't want overstay my walk six year point, I looked for a point to jettison the fuel module, and get out for money and I got a nice gig in a syndicated show got wacked after six or eight months. I went home. That was one time. I remember being hangdog, but Michael Fuchs who headed up HBO called me the next morning and I had done a couple of specials for him. And we got on and he said, listen, you know, look, your wounds heal up, and we'll do something here and he gave me three shows on the. Era HBO the second one won an EMMY, and then I got two hundred and fifteen at that point, I began to disengage from actively judging. How good my life was going through job or not job. I remember thinking, you know, I had this theory about lump in your, I'm put theory used to keep me through where I think you could get fired from a job and be like disconsolate as you want be in the shower. The next morning thing that I can't believe they wack me, and all of a sudden you find a lump in your armpit as your lather up. And you know, your wife because what were you saying about losing the job? Honey? And you screw that. I've got a lump in my armpit. What's, what does that matter? So I started to get that insight, probably my thirties, at this point that the jobs didn't matter that much that you had to have some fun journey at says a little new agey. But it it was true. So I did that for a long time that ended Monday night football. I got I got that horse shot from an under me and. Two years. But I had fun. But I, I knew I wasn't long for that one, because I was trying to shoehorn what I do, which is weird are Qena national football. I remember they'd get bail. Like what, what is he talking preference? I remember are we on cable, you say? Okay. I'll tell you great story. We're doing a game one night. And. This receiver hurts his ankle and the rapid an ace bandage and on the air, I try to make out laugh and the weird arcane is what makes him laugh because genius. But if you throw him off his feet, he can't gather at and he's like tipsy air traffic controller it gets a little weird. So I spend all my time trying to get a lab. So they show Ravin the ankle, and I go, you know, I haven't seen that much fabric used since the environment artist Christo wrapped the punt new bridge in Paris. And I remember L since these button, which cuts voice Hungary looks to keep talking. Almir are on a truck, and he fancies himself and artificial auto. I actually or him say, no out Christa environmental artists. Good call. Good call. And I remember simultaneously delighting in that long. You can't you know they're watching football. I would've wack me to is like, I heard Madden left FOX. I called Fouts that morning. Third guy. I called them as listen. Where it's G Gordon Liddy time just tell what corner, you're going to be on. Some still getting hit in the crush on later today. I don't care that Madden has not left FOX to sit up in the Dakotas with the old, lady, and drink Frappuccino day's coming over here. Sure enough, they whack us later today with a whack me too. It's the way the world if you listen, if I'm ever in LA on any given night, and I want to do stand up and I go into the improv John man's onstage, they'd better his fat ass off, too. That's works. So after football I do that I went to see NBC and. I didn't even want to do that. But there's a number they hit I'll make the drive. I mean you could be all show biz. But at some point they hit the numbers ago, I listen, I'm breadwinner, no Winston brand. And then from there, I got I got the perfect gig which was I was on for six minutes of week with rally. Right. And I didn't even have to do the heavy lifting because he didn't he didn't want to. He wanted to say, hey Miller, there's a robot in Korea. And, you know, you show footage or spring break, so he could show the bikini footage eight times that are. These kids, I was sort of like the hinge joint would let me take the weird stories. I did that for five years. I made a good buck and the best thing was, we'd go on the road, some ten thousand seats, you know, rallies, like commerce machine, and you're some ten thousand seats. So I just rode that I didn't do anything else for Sixers, but then a rally a hundred what happened that end? Relatively quickly. And in the interim I've just been sort of looking for something else. But nothing's shown itself at this point. And like I said, I had a great talk with data Carvey were talking. I think it's politics car, and he's a t- thing it has anything to do with the fact that we're midway through our sixty's. He's brutal two or about the nature of showbiz. So at this point, I'm I don't know. I like doing this. But it's not like I wake up every morning, thinking, where's the side-hustle sated? So what are your parents? I mean growing up where where did they comedy come from? I remember being in high school, and I was completely ostracized, because it was so shy. But I remember I sat in a study hall next to the star tight end on the on the football team. And under my breath, I would make him laugh. And I was just Pavlov's dog at that point, you're talking about a kid who I might as well been any Slovak walking down to the, the electric. Chair all alone, all of a sudden, the tight end says you wanna walk between classes, you know, and I'm thinking, wow. I get it. Now, I make them laugh and I'm included. So that's when I started to, you know, get funny. So, I think funny, I don't think, funny, some mystical sword from the stone moment. I think you have to have a perspective. That's a little quirky. And I think the best guys have quirky perspective, but it's like Seinfeld. Always said you sit near the faucet. He's in most people watch the drip go down to drink. It's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hi Jamie. Hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song. What the name your price tool? 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I'm Mike Clifford a GOP lawmakers critical now of trump's canceled plans for secret talks with the Taliban also on our Monday rundown now health officials in some states stopped vaping after possibly related deaths topping our news on CNN a Republican member of the House <unk> Armed Services Committee on Sunday assailed President Trump's now castle plan toast Taliban leaders at Camp David for secret peace talks around the eighteenth anniversary anniversary of the nine eleven terrorist attacks representative Michael also Florida said as we head into the anniversary of nine eleven. I do not ever want to see these terrorist. Chris step foot on. US soil period those comments waltz came just a day after trump tweeted that he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David for secret peace talks over the weekend but canceled the meeting after the Taliban took credit for attack in Kabul that killed a dozen people including an American soldier as the number of deaths possibly linked to e cigarettes climbs. Health officials in some states are urging people not to use them Eric ticket off has our report state health officials across the country have connected vaping to a mysterious and deadly illness in the past week and it's prompted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend folks. Stay away from these devices devices. There are no confirmed cases in Montana although the state is looking into potential incidents is Dr Greg Hoffman is State Medical Officer for the Montana Department. I'm in a public health and Human Services. We have something that serious consequences and we don't know what exactly going on protect yourself and stay away from these products at this time until we have a better understanding and hopefully be a good time to stock products completely the CDC says it's still unclear which vaping agents are responsible for the severe respiratory illness than its cropped up. There is a new text messaging resorts for young people to want to stop vaping in Montana. It is called my life my quit. The discovery of chemicals linked to cancer hypertension and other health problems in groundwater has scientists and some Wisconsin residents calling for more testing dill formless a six months p fos often referred to as forever chemicals have been found in the groundwater near the TYCO fire products plant so far this year scientists have tested one hundred thirty private wells in northeastern Wisconsin. They found elevated pizzas levels in eleven and detected the chemicals in twenty six others Jeff. Lamont retired hydrologist just says the compounds have been found in his well. He says they break down slowly in the environment. Stay in your body for the rest of your life and have been linked to serious medical problems. testicular are cancer high cholesterol pregnancy problems in women hypertension and TYCO has proposed expanding the city of nets water system to include more homes at now use well water. This is P. N. S. Virginia's just two months away from electing a new general assembly and this week. Aarp Virginia's junior launching a voter engagement program candidates and people age fifty and older focus on key issues during the election today begins the programs. I event rent a two week push advocating for family caregivers in the State Natalie Snyder with Aarp Virginia says her group is urging candidates to reconsider under a family caregiver tax credit that was proposed but not passed during the twenty nineteen General Assembly this would advocate for up to a thousand dollar income. I'm tax credit each year so it would be for qualifying taxpayers individuals earning seventy five thousand dollars a year or less would be able to claim that tax credit for fifty percent of their out of pocket expenses up to that thousand dollars. Snyder says more than one million virginians provide unpaid daily living here for a loved one at a cost of seven thousand dollars each year out of pocket. I'm Diane Bernard reporting and a potential Oregon Belt Initiative was slow the role all of automation starting at Grocery store checkout lines. Tom Chamberlain with the Oregon affable. 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Org Krugman episode two hundred three welcome to the podcast and takes apart Paul Krugman month's New York Times called join us. Tom Woods and Bob Murphy teach economics by uncovering it is setting the arrows of Krugman Nobel Prize Winner newspaper columnist and destroyer Destroyer of nations. It's time for Contra Krugman. Hey Folks Bob Murphy here. The financial markets are crazy with the inverted verdicchio curve. More and more analysts are predicting recessions. So what can you do with your money well. There's an interesting application called the infinite banking concept or IBC. The explains how you can use dividend paying whole life insurance is a superior your cash flow management tool to see how this all works check out the book that I wrote with Carlos Laura and Nelson Nash called the case for IBC so go to the case for ABC dotcom. Everybody everybody Tom and Bob Bob is back. We had David Stockman on the program last week because Bob was out of town now. Bob and I are reunited and I almost thought reunited and it feels so good but that's too much of a bromance type thing. Let's say we'll just say I'm delighted to have Bob Back here on Contra Group Krugman and we decided to do something a little bit different this week because <hes> you know we can you know we run the thing and what Bob did was. He went to his people and said <hes> what are some things. You'd like us to address on the show. Not necessarily a let's say show length topics but just little questions you have have and maybe we can get to them and will will pick out the ones we think are interesting and that are manageable so bob got a bunch and he told me a few of them him and so he's had a lot of time to think about them and I haven't so of course his answers are going to be better <hes> also he has a degree in this and I'm some schmuck so anyway anyway. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA dive right is that you're a schmuck. You're ignorant. Come on I should. I should be more precise. You're right okay. So do you WANNA to start with the first one you actually. I'm going to start with the third one I read to you because I think you and I have thought this one through more civil rights so the the one let's set the table it has has to do with slavery and Saddam. I the the context here folks in case you haven't seen it is <hes> because it's the four hundred th anniversary this year of the first African slaves being brought to is it was Virginia. Tom. Does that sound right. The colony of Virginia I think so <hes> The New York Times has what they're calling the sixteen eighteen nineteen project that they're running and so there's a big push now <hes> <hes> to bring the issue of slavery back into focus and in particular alert to link it to American capitalism. You know making various claims like capitalism is built on the backs of slaves and also related to this is <hes>. I've seen people make the argument that when it comes to the the claim for our the the need for reparations the obvious response from a lot of people is what are you talking talking about. You know my grandparents weren't even in this country so I had nothing to do with and then the immediate response according to many on the left is to say the fact fact that you're white you have privilege and you are benefiting financially from the legacy of slavery so even if your grandparents didn't own slaves nonetheless you know you've benefited benefited from the system of exploitation which <hes> extracted resources involuntarily from the slaves and so forth you know kind of spread around the rest of the economy so so in response to that I wrote an article saying <hes> no actually other things equal the average white person who didn't own a slave. Let's say you're eighteen. Fifty was poorer or because of the existence of slavery in the way I tried to demonstrate. That was a thought experiment. Imagine if let's say the eighteen thirty eighteen forty all the slave owners they redden <hes> pamphlets from abolitionists. They were convicted by the Holy Spirit. They said what are we done and they just freed all their slaves economically that in a sense would be like a direct wealth transfer transfer from the on the plantation owners to the former slaves but then in terms of the impact that everybody else in society. I said if anything they would all be wealthier or you'd expect to slavery was an inefficient system once you free up the Labour you know that if anything you'd expect it to increase total output total wealth especially the longer you let the clock run that you know are saying are the leftist progressives who are really on this bandwagon saying how us capitalism owes it strengthened vitality hi Taylor to this horrible legacy. Are they really telling people that. Oh Yeah it's just there's moral issues but in general if a country if the majority in slave the minority and you checked in fifty years later they would be doing better off economically because of that massive incarceration and so forth so that was the argument made Tom. You did something similar on your podcast. Yeah I why did was episode fourteen hundred seventy eight so tom. Woods Dot com slash fourteen seventy eight and I referred to an article that you wrote Bob at measles dot org so we'll link to that Contra Krugman dot com slash two three and I also referred to your politically incorrect guide to capitalism which actually has a chapter on slavery so so yes so I I took this on a bit. Yes so <hes> so we had talked. I Bowl I think in our respective than US have been getting pushed friendly pushback along light and so that's what we'll talk about here on this I issue for Contra Krugman and some people were so one thing I just WanNa clarify is I wasn't saying it was inconceivable in other words. I'm open to the idea that one could argue as a system of slavery could conceivably increase especially if you're looking at stuff like GDP <hes> measured outcomes of economic growth or or a standard of living and for example. It's entirely possible that somebody who you know is a slave works a ton of hours per week and then if they get freed it's not that they would then be offered a wage in the new equilibrium. Probably what would not happen happen is that the slaves perform the exact same labor in the exact same locations day in and day out now. They're just being paid for. That's almost certainly would not be the equilibrium ram outcome they would for one thing probably some of that. Labor would get reallocated elsewhere to the occupations where it's it's too hard to monitor where it wouldn't really make sense to have slaves leaves doing that job just because if you know it just wouldn't work and so you know probably a lot of those laborers who were stuck on plantations under slavery. They should have been somewhere else in terms of how do they you know where's their highest marginal products in which industry to employ so that's one issue another though is that they probably wouldn't work as many hours per week they would consume more leisure they enjoy more leisure and so even though if you included their happiness in total output than yes that would be true is a toxicology algae that you'll you give them the the right to do what they want and then they're going to choose the thing that they value most but in terms of measured. GDP I could see how in the short run in particular that that might drop is people all of a sudden consume a lot more leisure than they did before so I was open to that sort of thing and if some leftist wanted to come and make a real technical claims like that fair enough. It's just that wasn't the kind of thing I was seeing at least in the vox interview that I that I quoted from with a historian Edward Baptist. I think his name was in the stuff at the New York Times. I didn't see anything like along those lines. The word I'm open to the idea of someone can make a technical argument that Oh yes slavery actually could increase output according to these metrics but I wasn't seeing anything like that. I was seeing stuff like oh because the output from plantations went up so much from eighteen hundred eighteen forty therefore slavery was a huge engine for capitalism when I was playing on the issue would be what would the output of those plantations have done in the forty years. If they had hired free labor and my guesses the percentage increase would have been bigger sure <hes> another one interesting though one time and I'm curious to hear your thoughts to is a lot of people were asking me there's Bob. Why are you saying the relevant. counterfactual is all of us. We had the same historical system but then it's some year like eighteen forty. All the slaves get freed did that to us that doesn't seem like that's assessing did slavery help the US economy or not because you're just assuming all of those black workers are sitting in the United States and all of a sudden that turned under free laborers because they is slavery had never existed as a system they wouldn't be sitting there in the United States. They'd be back where they originally came from and so the claim goes ours you kind of stacking backing the doctor. Bob By tweaking like that okay so my thoughts on that are <hes> number one. It's not obvious what do we mean when we did slavery help and I I think even if that's the fallback position the fact that I went through this demonstration is useful because I'm absolutely certain that most of the people saying how uh-huh yeah the modern will even when white people who never owned slaves and their families they benefited from slavery. I do not think that they were going through such technical little distinctions. I think you know if nothing else is. This discussion has helped clarify. Exactly what are we claiming here but beyond that I mean if you think about it okay so the point being if people came over that would have really boosted the productivity of you know <hes> or the output of the United States and so in there okay so the what's going on is the US economy was relative or starting in the colonial system was relatively freer than in places in Africa. Let's say where or let's assume that you know most of the slave trade came from and so he'll part of what's driving this result than human labor is much more productive in the United States so even there. I would say okay so strictly speaking. It's not oh look at the benefits of slavery. It's more look at the harm of all the restrictions on the free labor in right Africa. Yeah that's yeah that's. That's my game so ultimately. It's it's still not showing <hes> yes. You know maybe immoral but you know. Let's let's it's admit that there are some some economic benefits from slavery now. It's just showing yeah. One place is relatively free in one place has a lot of restrictions than Labor's more productive in the one versus. This is the other or you could say it's another way of putting it is to say well. If we all agree then bringing them over all of a sudden increased output then how come they didn't. They wouldn't have have gone on their own right until again. It comes down to these these types of things and the last thing I'll say just throwing this out here is I would want to think this through more carefully before went to the barricades on it but I still even if that were true you know even if we if we stipulate all that it's not obvious to me that that justifies the argument for reparations because so there again in this new and enhanced position arguing for reparations they're going to say yes. It was the the kidnapping and bringing them across the ocean. That was the thing that definitely made the whites in America. Even who didn't own slaves or have anything directly to do with it made them better off financially because you know they were benefiting from just this extra stra output and so forth just because of the way wealth gets spread around an economy that it's not just the the direct that officiated but there's competition and you know things tend to get spread around <hes> and so therefore you know those whites are richer because of that put. I could do the other way round to where it couldn't. I say the descendants of UH slaves who were horribly brought here against their will of course are better off financially because of that transfer across the ocean so so yeah I think it's the extent extent we say yet th they're narrowly construed argument goes through that non slaveholding whites were made better off because workers were brought across the ocean to an area where their productivity liberty was higher okay fine but by the same token then that their descendants of those you know <hes> slaves also were better and here of course the people will bring up the the famous line when Muhammad Ali went over and said when I saw what the conditions over there I was really glad my daddy got on that border. My grandfather got on that but whatever so oh that's you know the the the argument there so again. Nobody's saying slavery is a justified system or though yeah that's all wrong when it was a good thing of course it's immoral you. You can't do it full stop. It's immoral but I'm saying if somebody did try to push it and say well no even people who weren't participating in it benefited from the fact that these workers were moved to an area where they were more productive because of the environment in the system okay. We'll by the same token then I think the the their descents were better off to because of that. If that's the way you're going to argue so still. It's not clear to me that there's a case for reparations. Nowadays your point about productivity. I think answers the whole point because what we're trying to do is do a kettering paras overview of slavery as an economic system you know of of having people enslaved versus having them not enslaved and and this this kind of argument like <hes> but slavery the system of slavery involved bringing people from Africa to the US where they were more more productive so you can't leave that it kind of reminds me of people who say well. It's seems too clever by half when people say well World War Two really did get us out of the Great Depression oppression because you know after the war everybody was exhausted from all the planning and nobody had the nobody really felt like engaging in any big economic mkx initiatives and whatever and so it it kind of died down because okay but that's not what people are saying when they say World War Two the depression they're saying all the spending got us out of the depression so it's kind of off topic into stuff like that and I think likewise the wood but you know hey they were brought over from Africa. It's not the question is if somebody is is employed against his will or not. Does that give you so in other words when we're trying to analyze that aspect of the question we have to hold other things equal all and so if you if we are going to bring in this extraneous point about people being moved from one continent to another then at the very least that has to be one of the things that's held equal we have to we have to be looking at continents where they're of similar productivity because otherwise you're not really evaluating slavery. You're just evaluating the effects of of moving people from a low productivity to a high productivity place and that's not we're trying to do trying to evaluate slavery so when you say the majority enslaving the minority. I don't see why it wouldn't also hold if slavery is is a is a system that leads to impressive economic growth. Why wouldn't it be the minority enslaving the majority. Why couldn't we extended to that and say if we had ten people enslaving the population why wouldn't that yield isn't even better outcome but I think the reason nobody tries that thought experiment is that it instantly becomes obvious that if you did that it would be very bad for everyone it would it would be as if in some ways the the effects would be the same him as the effects of living in a pre division of Labor society where let's say everybody had to be in agriculture because not because the the thought experiment. I'm I'm proposing would involve everybody being agriculture but in a pre division of Labor society where everybody happens to be an agriculture think about all the people who are geniuses. who were the outliers tires who were the creative people who are the ones? We're going to change the world. All that knowledge is totally wasted because they're spending their time picking cotton or something you know. This is stupid stupid for them to be doing that. If they were in a free economy we as a society would be able to reap the benefits of their amazing brains and that would hold true even if the ten people people in a modern society were directing the everybody else to go. Do things will who knows where they should all go and it's not just the central planning problem. It's also all the untapped human capital all that untapped genius or some. I would be droning away doing accounting for some firm when he could be changing the world with <hes> the internet or something yeah. I think you're exactly right there and that again so it's <hes> I think people need to realize when we talk about the the opportunity cost of you want to think of that way of of slavery. It's that yeah there's all these millions of people at its height who they they have no incentive to go discover where their labor ought to be employed right even just eat within the narrow tasks what they were doing some. It looks around and has a great idea. Yeah like you know what we're doing it this way and occurs to me. Maybe if we rearranged how we did it. We'd we'd boost output. Will you know nobody has any volunteer that sort of information where I thought how'd you were. GonNa say. Tom Is the more we extended like to say. It's fewer and fewer people enslaving a greater and greater proportion of the population that approaches socialism you know economically speaking and so at some point when you realize the you know the economic calculation problem and how even if Stalin could have everybody completely at his Beck and call and everyone faithfully carry out his orders. There's a sense in which you know that that's the output of that system is going to be much lower even according to Stalin's own preferences then it again you see the the the fundamental problem with using coercion rather than voluntary exchange to organize society all right. What's the next one okay the next one. Let's go ahead and tackle. This is the trickiest one and I'm not even sure exactly what my answer is here but I'll go ahead and summarize the the position of maybe time you can take the first crack at so it someone has pointed out that it seems there's at least attention in the way that Standard Libertarians address two different issues and you'll uh-huh in each particular issue. We've used these arguments so often that I wouldn't even think about it but then if you step back it looks like there's a at least attention if not outright contradiction so when it comes to government mint welfare support is pretty standard to say stuff okay not only. Is it immoral to tax some people in order to give checks to other people because hey it's you involuntary violates. DNA P but they also try to make arguments showing how destructive it is to say things like Oh and you know the the system of welfare. We've had the US has destroyed the family right. There certainly is an inner city communities in particular. It's broken up the family. You have single mother households primarily hi Mary what we're talking about the has been subsidizing encouraged by the welfare state and that's had a horrible ramifications and <hes> it's it's encouraged what's called you know intergenerational poverty so it's it's really that it just setting up a system where the kids grow up in that environment. They don't know differently. They think that's Normal Molin then the you know it's harder for these families. Get stuck in this and they can be there for generations at a time clearly. We can see this destructive system. It's not just unfair to the tax payer but it's also hurting the very people that ostensibly you're helping these welfare payments right so that's pretty standard right winger critique of the welfare state but but then when it comes to protectionism the standard libertarian position is hey even if the Chinese government is subsidizing their exports and they're sending us. TV's way way below cost. That's not hurting us you know that that's hurting particular you know that the US manufacturers of TV's but that's making America richer and I mean what are you going to say that the sunlight's making us poorer. I mean come on. If if you're saying foreign goods coming in that are real cheap is destructive within the free gifts of nature are really destructive but nobody's stupid enough to say that so therefore I don't care if the Chinese government subsidizing their exports that makes America richer to be getting more stuff and just think of it this way. How is it hurting us to get more options options if they're sending US really cheap. TV's you know we could just not accept them but the fact that consumers are accepting the shows that that's you know that's benefiting Americans and we just re optimize in light eight of this program okay so okay it. Does you know I think I want to see where this is going. Well wait a minute. Why isn't it so how come welfare from the Chinese government I mean isn't encouraging dependency in a lack of work effort that sort of thing on the part of US manufacturers are it doesn't seem like there's at least attention there between those two different arguments okay. I think the main thing is that in the first case in order to get yourself eligible for the programs you have to be in a if I may they say so really pathetic situation and the argument that Charles Murray has made is it becomes more attractive to be in that situation to place as yourself in that situation and stay in that situation so as to remain eligible whereas the Chinese are just sending US stuff. They're not they're not going to your house and saying well is there. We'll give you a free TV as long as there's no husband in the household. They're not saying that they're not saying we'll give you a free TV. As long as you haven't worked in two years <hes> it's I it becomes an effect like a gift of nature so I say to myself. I'm not going to record my podcast this morning because the sun exists and I'm getting free light anyway you know that's just a part of the backdrop of my life at this point so I think that's that's unless I'm missing something. That's the clear difference between them right. I think that you're right town and that's that was one of the things I was. GonNa say that yeah certainly if we're going to be realistic people here not just total like Chicago school type economist Yes. That's a that's a huge an important difference between the two <hes> another another means so you you could push it and say okay but you know the where the economists will often say something like hey. You don't hurt somebody by giving them more options. Okay so there is some paternalism involve there where you're you're saying that yes I mean in other words why wouldn't be if it really is bad to take checks into not get married right into raise kids. You know living in that environment than you know y y all of these mothers refused the checks in other words. If you're arguing welfare actually hurts the recipients is to then well gee you know who are you to judge in so in other words normally we as Libertarians might make that kind of an argument to say oh the the credit the leftist critic he's complaining about payday loan businesses and how they charge really high interest rates to give you an advance on your check in typically what will say is oh you pointy headed intellectual actual leftist notice the people who do think these businesses are good. Are they actual customer. So who are you to come in and second. Guess the preferences of these people in dire situations. You know you don't no no. They're situat- you know you see what I'm saying so I'm not saying you're wrong. I'm just saying it does seem like in some cases. We totally reject any kind of paternalistic argument and say no the recipient of people at down in the trenches. They know what their situation isn't. Who are we to judge but then another time it's like. Oh yeah even though they were taken those checks and cashing them the AFDC checks. Actually it's turning them. I guess part of the difference is that in the first case they're getting my money and in the second case they're making a decision with their own money of and so yeah when they get my money yeah you're darn right. There's going to be a little bit of string attached there where we're GonNa say you are getting taxpayer money so Blah Blah Blah your we're. It seems more legitimate for us to be critical of decisions. You might make <hes> so I think that's a that's a good chunk of it. Okay yeah that that's I think you're raising decent objections Baker and also it's like it's like when people say why do you. Why do you focus so much on on on Israel Israel. You know you must be an anti Semite if you're always focusing on the problems of Israel well. It's because Israel gets so much. US money if if it didn't I'd focus on Chad more. Maybe you know maybe I'd be talking about Madagascar but the fact that Israel gets this money and all this other stuff. That's Kinda. You know why I want to say to Israel well. It might be better if you did this rather than that whereas I wouldn't really say that to. You know Switzerland or Finland or for you know wherever Mauritania I wouldn't I wouldn't because I I don't feel like I have any skin in that in the game there okay that's fine but again if to the extent that you're not just saying hey this is my money. Don't waste it on something bad to extend that you're saying no. This actually is hurting the recipients. That's that's the minor point that there. It does seem like there is some paternal so I think it's fine. I think you could say yeah. In some cases. paternalism is correct and maybe that's you know that the bill and say. Yeah uh-huh do the whole more than other people. Some people make better decisions than other people. I'm not an egalitarian yeah and also to even on the you know the payday loan stuff too yeah. It's it's is possible. I might say okay. I don't know these people but it's true if I got to know this particular household over the course of a few months and looked at their patterns I might say to them. You you know instead of continually going to this payday lender. If you could just you know scrape together and maybe you know you get cheaper iphone next time and and and build up savings that you didn't have to keep going to look at how much over the next six months and months extra money you'd have right but the point is you wouldn't go to the state and shutdown payday payday lending operations because you know just say up. Nobody can do this. Also these things are voluntary interactions so we can say that you know obviously the person is it feels himself to be better off as a result we wouldn't have made the decision whereas <hes> the state giving these people money. That's not voluntary interaction so we can't necessarily early. Just sit back and say oh well. You know it's just another option that they had its but it's not it's not an option that we can evaluate in this social scientific way of well. It's to voluntary Ontario parties interacting hang on. We'll ask all stop and we can move on unless you want to say anymore but just to be clear. It's voluntary on the recipients are the state's not pointing a gun on at them saying you you can't have a husband we say so by the way here's some food. Stamps is via the whether or not to accept the money with strings attached is voluntary on the part of the recipients so that's the idea when we're saying not only is this unfair because it takes money from taxpayers against their will but it actually destroys the black family or something. You know those kind of claims that it does seem like it's there. There's some paternalism. That's that's involved in other context. We often reject and say who are we to judge yeah. I guess so but I it. Maybe it could be also that <hes> well okay. Let's say first of all of these things. It's hard to make a blanket statement because in some cases you could you could could say that because I'm not saying that every single time somebody receives welfare their family is going to be destroyed and there are people who receive it they get them through a hard time and they move on with their lives in the the same way that payday lending some people can manage that well and other people for them. It's like a gambling addiction. They just getting worse and worse and worse off so so it's hard to make a blanket statement about <hes> any of these things so there are times when either of these sorts of things could work in favour somebody or against but we we all know cases or at least. Let's say a lot of people listening know of a case where you think yourself. I'm just GonNa give this person some money to help them. Through and all you're really doing is enabling the worst aspects of that person's personality because then the person demands more the person becomes ungrateful the person and becomes choosy about jobs. I've seen this. I've seen a guy had a million kids. He was offered a perfectly good job where he could have at least advanced a little bit little give them him something to do and Panera bread your old <hes> watering hole right yeah and and not quite a watering hole but and he refused it on the you know because he has money coming in from France Dan so heated so even though that was purely voluntary we could still say in that case that really lead to some SA- bad problems and given given that we have some empirical evidence that from the I mean from the state it's just an endless spigot of money basically and given that we have empirical evidence of generation's getting caught in it and generational poverty <hes> I think we can say this is a real danger in that case whereas I'm not sure I mean I think it's just a qualitative difference. I'm not sure that we have that kind of evidence. That payday lending necessarily leads to these sorts of outcomes consistently across generations so it's just that we have a huge social science literature when in you know so that does inform what we're looking at it so it's not like we've never experimented with programs like this before yeah that. I think that's all good stuff and just in general to let me just mention it in case. The savviest point isn't coming through. This is why I as a libertarian hurrying. I am certainly not against charity per se. I mean I'm Christian. I think people with means have a duty to help those less fortunate but this is partly why I think it should be done through private channels because they really can you know look at each situation on a case by case basis and realize wait a minute. Are we actually enabling something here or you know. There's no no this is really a situation where these people are hard up and we're GONNA help them out and the thing is the state is in a very bad position to evaluate these cases. That's the thing and they they can't be actually the with Maecenas book. I'm <hes> bureaucracy time and how <hes> you know that you actually the things we think of and socio with the government like all bureaucracy and these rules and they kind of need those rules because otherwise right rampant basma you. You wouldn't want case workers to be interview. Somebody just decide on the spot. Am I giving you food. Stamps exactly reasserted contrary to popular. Yeah yeah is that they can't have that kind of discretion <hes> for the reasons you've mentioned and so the result has to be well so this is why we're concerned about all right. I think we're taking way too much. We already so do you want at least do one more ya so how `bout <hes> somebody says government campaign finance reform and you know what what how do you guys feel about that so in the the claim being all we have government pay for campaigns use public money than we can quote get the money out of politics fix so. I think that is ludicrous. <hes> you know right now. Partly why there's such a huge reelection high reelection rate for incumbents. This is just the when your office right now and you're so especially at the federal level. You're always in the news anyway so you had this huge advantage and they can rig the debates. They can do all sorts of things things to make sure that they get reelected in so by the the one thing right now where an outsider has a shot is somebody's wealthy like Ross Perot or of course Donald Trump and somebody can come in and given the current laws right now they can just spend their own money on a campaign so that's the one thing right now where some outsider could possibly challenge the status quo. Oh and so the the by trying to shut that down. I think I don't be with his off. Finally we're getting money out of politics. It's finally the incumbents are locking down one of the last areas that could possibly challenge them. It's a that that's my that's my quick also just to see you look at how the party's the establishment treated. Ron Paul when he was things like with the classic <hes> daily shows skit where or scattered John Stewart was going through and showing how Fox News Wasn't listing Ron Paul where he came out in the polls now. Tulsi Gabbard apparently might not make the next <hes> debate so things like that. I think it's clear the establishment tries to keep out anybody. WHO's challenging the conventional three by five card of allowable opinion to use a phrase somebody else coined and so the idea that all well there's corruption and stuff in the campaigns and we're just going to let the government take care of it. That's absurd. I think I'm also giving the the the explanation as to what's really going on behind these campaign finance reform pushes and of course although I hate when people do these little word play things because it's annoying. I do think that it's basically the case that you won't get money out of politics until you get politics out of money. Basically I mean that. Could that could be your bumper sticker yeah. I if if I didn't despise the Ron Paul's the only person ever bumper sticker my car from anyway I mean that's what it boils down onto. Why is everybody so interested in influencing politicians because they expect to get some loot out of it so as long as they are. They're going to get that loot. They'll figure out in some way to influence them. If it's not through cash will be through something else and they'll figure out something <hes> if if you're if you have <hes> your hand on the levers there's a power in a regime as powerful as that <hes> under which we now live people are going to want to share that and that's what this is all about. I it's just naive. I have to think we'll we'll get money out of politics. Without changing the system will without bothering to ask why is money trying to get into politics because politics has has some kind of crazy dominance over every aspect of our lives. Maybe that was a dumb idea to start with exactly how one more time the real quick one all right yeah <hes> somebody's asking what are the economics of outright debt repudiations. I think the context here meaning the federal government versus just running the printing presence or doing a back door repudiation of the debt and so there <hes> I think clearly it it makes much better sense both morally and economically a given that the government's not going to redeem the outstanding debt in terms of dollars of comparable purchasing power or even in terms of you know. CPI rising to percent a year <hes>. I think it makes much more sense for them. The treasury just flat out say hey you know we're. GonNa do a haircut. Whatever bonds you're holding from this point four ruling. We're GONNA pay payback sixty cents on the dollar something like that rather than just nominally paying everybody back but it's because they're running the printing press and so the more the moral case says there you're you're limiting the fallout to the people who voluntarily let money the government all right so the nobody's forcing you to buy bonds as opposed posed like social security there where you have no choice you're. You're being forced to contribute to that system but nobody's forcing you to allocate your four one care. Whatever do include treasuries. You're doing that on your your own and so given that the government isn't going to be able to meet those obligations. It seems like the primary people to take the suffer. The brunt of that ought to be the people who voluntarily Sir let their money the government whereas they run the printing press. It's effectively sing. Everybody who's got dollar-denominated. Assets is is shouldering the blow and a lot of people are using you. Say people are using dollars. <hes> you know no one's forcing him to but there they weren't lending money to the government per se so. I think that's in terms of the moral case days and then also economically if the government just does it gives a haircut on the outstanding debt yeah that could cause a crash. You know especially depending on how severe it is. I'm not denying nine that but if they run the printing press with that sets in motion the boom bust cycle so it's it's <hes> you know. I think that the fallout on the average person economically is far worse from running the printing press and using monetary inflation is the way to sort of quote pay off the debt. I think as far worse than that again the the moral case to me it seems Irish confined. Try to limit the blow to the people who who lent the money the government just like if private corporation gets into trouble I mean it would be insane pains to say well gee now. They're all these g bondholders that are in trouble. Let's just have the government print up two billion dollars in pay them a lot because it wouldn't be fair for those bondholders to take a haircut I mean why would we sit. That'd be not I'm GonNa go with that. Okay and it's not just because I have an interview coming up that go for my show. Now just getting that is the way I think about it. <hes> I remember years and years and years ago reading an article by Rothbart on debt repudiation mutation and I haven't thought differently about it since I've only seen people elaborate on his original analysis back in the early nineties so yeah and that is interesting I if we can find outlets linked to it <hes> because yeah until you hear I mean it's just taken as a given that oh no. I mean just like <hes> you know the right to a jury trial the fact. Did you know Uncle Sam as good for his debts. We'll know if he if he spent too much I mean other other. Major governments have repudiated their data pass. This isn't an unheard of thing and yeah if you if you borrowed all too much money and it also it will impose discipline and Uncle Sam going forward if now bondholders realized Oh we you know we we should pay more attention to the debt to GDP ratio in that kind of stuff life because it's not just a given that we're going to get paid back exactly so what we'll do is. We'll have contra. Krugman DOT com slash two. Oh three will have awesome stuff that will be relevant to what we just talked and I do have a link to the Rothbart article on repudiating the national debt so if you are interested in reading that that will be there as well so check out truecar dot com slash two or three but above all now if you're a loyal listener of Contra Krugman or even if you are. 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So, again, these are random numbers, they are feel good policies that are supposed to make you believe that Bernie as your. Best interest in heart, what minimum wages are very good at, at is making certain jobs, illegal and putting pressure on small businesses so that they end up losing out not not to mention it cuts the lower rungs off the economic ladder. So that people just starting out or people that are already poor have a harder time, getting up in the world getting a job in the first place, and that to me is what the minimum wage was for the only time I worked for minimum wage was in when I was in high school, you know, that was it, and it was that first job. I'm going to start out at seven twenty five. I never ni- wasn't seven twenty five. Win. Wasn't seven twenty five. I'm yeah. It might have been just a little bit smaller than that. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. But the point is, is you don't stay their minimum wage is what you would pay. Unfortunately, you would pay someone who has basically no skills and they're not going to generate a lot of revenue for you, as the employer. That's the idea of a minimum wage was to get people that, that get them started wrong the first rung on the ladder. That's a great way to put it Michael. But the idea that government can instantly pick, you know exactly what the minimum wage should be is a farce. We you cannot put down a blanket number and expect it to apply to all situations. And in the end, you know, you're, you're gonna hurt small businesses. You're gonna make it harder for younger people to be employed for people with less lower skills to be employed. And we'll what we should be doing is removing the minimum wage entirely, like the caller. Adjusted. Yeah. Tom for the New York, it's exactly what you need to do. And let the market do its thing, somehow the market with no intervention from government other than sales taxes, and things like that can figure out how much a loaf of bread should be. You know, nobody there is no department in, in the United States. There is no, you know, department of bread now other than the IRS there is no department that dictates what bread should cost. No. That's not how it works. What how it works is, you decide as a consumer, what you're willing to pay for a loaf of bread. And then people who make bread will decide whether or not they want to try to sell it to you. And if you're not willing to pay a certain price than somebody else is gonna come along who's, who's gonna offer lower lower. And there's another thing about the free market to is that you, I went to WalMart, actually, I'm Bob read within the last week. So I did I did take a minute to survey kind of what the prices were various different kinds of red. You know, you got the cheap WalMart, great value loaf of bread, for a dollar thirty nine right? And you've got the, the expensive artisan bread for four bucks or five bucks or whatever. Right. So you can get if all you can afford. Is that our thirty nine bread? There's still something for you. Exactly. And that's why you can work your way up. And that's what WalMart has been very successful at they, you know, and where people don't give WalMart credit, they, they have been so smart in doing business. They've figured out so many ways to eliminate costs that they can offer bread for a buck thirty nine when other, you know, if Burlatov other stores when they offer a price that matches WalMart's price. That's, that's a loss leader. You know, they're just trying to put a number out there that will catch people's eyes. The ninety nine cent Brenda price, chopper. Exactly. That's just it. It's a loss leader were going to get a few sales will get him in the door, and we'll make it up on our higher prices on everything else. Walmart doesn't need to do that. It's pretty crazy. But this idea that minimum wages are going to higher. Minimum wage is going to provide that the other thing I find it very disingenuous. When you have people like WalMart, calling for that, because they are in that position that they can afford an eleven dollar in our fifteen dollar minimum wage, when they've already internally, increase their minimum wage to eleven bucks. They end. They're not going to have to worry about if it does go up to fifteen naked. They can absorb the cost fairly easily is the prices of things will go up and some people will get laid off, but they can do it. Yeah. You're you're their competitors. Little mom and pop stores in central square and the little people who are running a EBay store out of their garage. Those are the people that are going to suffer for this, and here's a fun fact. Those little tiny, small businesses. They employ more people than the walmarts of the world. The bulk of employment is in the small businesses. We're going to go the phones where we have Sarah Sarah, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind? I just want it mentioned that, you know, Albuquerque we have a drag racing problem. And now we have a. Drag racing drag racing because we have a lot of open space about, you know, outside of the city, and they edit kit, the teenagers love to drag weight, and, you know, they do the culture here, you know, I mean. Kids have been racing cars. I remember doing this sincere have been cars. Yeah. I was gonna say, who is this guy? I heard about. Oh, James Dean. What you're did James Dean die drag racing. All nineteen fifty something. This is not a new. This is not breaking news. Sarah. We have a simple, very simple technology. It's called a mobile feeding unit as a speed bad. It it takes a picture of your license plate. And I know that it, it had a registers your feet doesn't have. It doesn't have. These are the ones that are these the ones that mail you a ticket. Right. Right. I like the ones that just show your speed show. You, you know, warning because that that is like the high score. Yeah. Those are the those are the fun game or speed is X. Whatever it is right? And I always try to beat the last one I saw through if it showed like seventy on it. Then I'm going for seventy five or eighty high score ninety eight exactly. Oh, that'd be good. Actually, I've seen people put like a little dry race born the side it so they could record their high score. Thanks for your. Go ahead. But those things are completely worst worthless. Because like you say you want to speed up even higher you could. Register even higher Dragway sir, you're under the. Drag racers care about getting a speeding ticket, and they're already breaking laws. Sarah, thank you for your call. The idea that you're going to be, you know, a ticket is going to stop you, when you you're already driving recklessly. Yeah. If you're doing a hundred and fifty miles an hour on I forty you're not you're not too concerned about speeding ticket. No. And I'm more concerned. Awhile, parents, I've parents have a lot of control in this, and there's a lot of technologies that are out there that can monitor your kids vehicle, and it's, it's sort of interesting. But hey that's part of the job of being a parent. You have to be the NSA of the house. They got these little things you, they just plug it into the little port under your dashboard, and you bet they tell you everything it tell you where your kid's been going home while fast passing and how hard they were breaking how hard they were exhilarated. It's got everything. Right. 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We're at least we'll probably get a few free drinks when we go out. Oh, yeah. Until those people's jobs are made illegal and they're fired. Then they won't be replaced with robots which there are robot bartenders now. Isn't that cool? Yeah. I as a former bartender, I can really appreciate some technologies. I think that's a very cool idea. And at this point, we're going to go back to the phones where we've got Tom calling in from New Hampshire, where this show is broadcast from Tom, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind about d day seventy five years ago? Allies with some, some monkey breaks. Of course, invaded Europe. He started the humongous invasion and yeah, they got a few lucky breaks, and they managed to eventually defeat the enemy and. We'll see here that my uncle Paul was lucky in that he was able to survive for one month, he invaded Normandy today, and he survived until July fifth. That's when he was killed Hilden action killed in action. So our family has always had that purple heart to make a spiel better, that doesn't do anything for any family. That's loss. Family members go ahead. You know, after the war, the United States emerged victorious because, you know, the other allies got clobbered various ways. I mean, Britain got bombed, by the Germans and the United States hardly got a scratch, and scratched, right? It was a significant clan. The other theater of war one. I'm getting here is that, you know, I think too many people around up living in the past, you know, it's back to nineteen forty six back when the United States is the king of the world. And you know that certainly went through the Korean war, when Johnny signed up because America needed him and he's going to serve his country and Donny, k March in home again. And yeah. The men will cheer in the boys shout in the ladies, will they'll all turn out, but then the at Phnom came and went. And that was still much open corruption that, that still faded away. But there's still the thing in a lot of people's minds that America is number one. And China is getting bigger and richer, and more powerful every day while the United States is like sitting back end is joining. We're trying. We're just not doing anything intelligent. So, you know, we've been talking about minimum wages minimum wages, increasing the minimum wage will not make America great again. It will make a lot of jobs, unavailable illegal literally legal. They will disappear. So that's not making America great again. I don't look at that World War Two. You don't have a war and create something better out of it. This is a common misconception surveys, like well you know, World War World War Two, you know that's what really pulled us out of the recession. Well, if you look at the consumer price index, if you look at GDP throughout World War, Two, there was no, there was no, make America great again. I don't wanna be like that, because that, that great depression, lasted all the way through World War Two. Because I a lot of well, of course, not parent figure. Oh, well, we'll just send our kids to school and won't push the school to a keep reelecting candidates who support public schools, public school because more and more of an obvious failure. And you don't have the industrial base that. You know, that would be there, if there was a free country. You know what I'm saying is like you gotta have. Partnerships illegalize these partnerships where okay the day after high school you go in there, and use learn engineering, and you work at engineering and you do that. And you live there, you know, this is common in some countries. You've pretty much live there and saving money, and you can keep more time to studying and learning the higher mathematics, and the science that you need in order to excel, and I see other countries beating the United States on a lot of levels. They're catching up and surpassing the United States and the United States isn't panicking. It should be in panic mode. Let's get with the program and they just relaxing going out and having another beer and. Further behind and need to realize that, you know, raising the budget for the department of education is not how you get higher. Test scores Tom. Thank you for your call the department of education doesn't really educate anyone. No, they just distribute money. Let me rephrase that they absolutely don't educate anyone except those of us who pay attention economics. We say that's the wrong way to do things, but they are simply a minnow man, you send your tax dollars to Washington. And if you fill out all the proper forms, you will get a portion of what you sent to Washington back in the form of a block grant, and it's just a waste of time. I would much rather have that entire agency go away and have everything taken care of at the local level, because we know what the needs of our of our market is we know what kind of workers this little corner of New Hampshire needs. And it's not. The same as Detroit. No. It's, it's completely different. And that's why cookie cutter programs to, to believe that the department of education can come up with the proper program that's gonna fit every geography geographical place in the United go. Help bureaucrat left behind. I like that. Can we somehow fit that into our hundred and fifty dollar per hour minimum wage? We have to have some kind of agency to, to manage fifty dollars when people lose their jobs. They can then become bureaucrats. Yes. Yes. For a hundred and fifty dollars an hour. Yes, a new jobs program. Actually, we're just plotting the eventual demise of the whole system and doing everything we can to just nudge it along. That would certainly do it. And it's it's insane that people treat these things basely. They talk about, you know, we need to get the department of education, more money. This thing has never improved test scores since it's as it it's invented the that line has been flat where the, the line of education spending has been just feuding through it does, and the amount of money then ended up going to teachers and teachers unions that went way up and that was so Jimmy Carter could get that teacher's union vote. That was why the department of education was created in the first place. And I know people listen to that stuff you're making that up. I'm like read your history because that's exactly what it was didn't want those votes to go to the Republicans. God forbid. This is free talk live, eight fifty five four fifty free. When we get back, we're going to we're going to talk about a little bit more about WalMart and some other stories, Bernie Sanders, maybe, maybe a little more Bernie Sanders stuff. 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Topping our news, Associated Press reports democratic candidate Joe Biden, reverse course and declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The AP says by made the declaration, Thursday, folly, two days of intense scrutiny and criticism from rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poem from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon wasa, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the nauseating school shooting. It's the daily gun violence account hundred Americans in city, centres and then world communities, homicides, and suicide, the like, Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion than any other nation and a higher gun death rate than any other developed nation in the world, the gun violence or shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. 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New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals into law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times. And now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica Imahara with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals. The Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm envious Sears reporting, late this week governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session. Finally are natty Iran. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the dorm bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring mouth to mouth resuscitation. The technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's quivalent to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by beyond say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Dismiss conception of CPR is am I going to get trouble go into warm at you remind folks that they're, they're protected in North Carolina under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that? The people who are assisting in the. 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And you are going to sound like you're here in the studio with us, and the us in studio today is myself. Chris, the nobody formerly known as Rich Paul, and Michael and. It's it's been an an interesting night last hour, we were discussing Bernie Sanders and the chairman of the CEO for WalMart calling for an increase in the current federal minimum wage current federal minimum wage is seven dollars and twenty five cents. EEO WalMart says, I you got to bump that up to something like what WalMart's do like, you know, seven dollars an hour that way we won't have to pay any more money than what we're paying already. And Bernie Sanders says, oh, living wages fifteen dollars, which is not at all based on anything of than it's a number, that number out of thin, something, yeah. I mean given the wide variation of costs of living in the United States. How could there be any number meant anything nationally in terms of the basic standard of living it? Costs, a lot more to live in San Francisco than it costs to live in Appalachia, makes a lot of sense for people living on a fixed income, therefore to move to Appalachia, right here, all these numbers, and you're rich year, probably gonna do some back of the napkin math real quickly and you're going to tell me the minimum wage should actually be zip and team dollars and eighteen cents zero. I agree with you. By the way, the problem with I'm wearing my union of unemployed, people hat now and I say zero zero is the correct answer for workers and for employers and for the market as in general. But the reason five for fifteen is popular because that's a catchy slogan. If there were something that rhymed with twenty they would've used twenty. It doesn't matter what number. Well, I'll tell WalMart. I'll tell WalMart. What if they'll set a minimum price for themselves on products? I'll accept them having a minimum weight, if they will Greer, not to sell anything with a sticker price less than one hundred dollars or have to raise their prices on every single item to one hundred dollars and more. And if they're willing to do that, because I think it's a good idea that I'm willing to say. Sure. But the thing is, they're not willing to do that, because they know that, that would be suicide we stupid and for the unemployed people in America, increase minimum wage would be suicidally stupid. So you wanna make them increase their prices to where it would basically price them out of the market. I'm going to go the other way, I want to ask WalMart to agree, not to sell anything for more than one dollar. Now, if products are less than a dollar today, I'm willing to let them charge a buck, like if they got a piece of candy that normally sells for fifty cents. You are now allowed to charge a whole dollar for that piece of candy if I buy four four four tires I will pay one dollar for each one of those fair enough. Okay. That sounds hitter. Why not everything anything that we tried to do to WalMart to randomly outside make outside adjustment to their prices would be completely wrong, including a minimum wage something insane that I heard the other day you've heard of the dollar tree that dollars for everything is dollar in the dollar tree. So apparently because of the minimum wage, they're having to raise their prices over a dollar. So now are they the dollar twenty nine something like three store? What you're gonna see stores like that. That did do have this sort of culture, and they do. They're buying based on that philosophy. That's fine. They do. They're hiring. You know, you're not gonna you're never going to be the wealthiest guy on the block because. You work at dollar tree. But a lot of people are provided with jobs with the can't otherwise find, and that's, that's a service that they provide nobody is ever under. You know, nobody's pointing at a gun a gun at you telling you, you have to work dollar tree. No n people can go in there and get inexpensive stuff like plates, and there's all kinds of stuff. They have dollar tree I- anytime we come across the need for something like Tupperware, like you know what I mean? Like like a tot-. That's the place we immediately, think of because you can get that stuff cheap and that's great. And even if it's a loss leader, I don't care. It's, it's still a good deal. And, and like I said, in small towns, and they are big and small towns. They are oftentimes, the biggest employer in a really small town and people tend to become snobs when it comes to things like dollar stores that if you ought to bring out the snob and some lefties talk to him about dollar stores, but, but about WalMart, then they'll go. Oh, I do all my shopping at target. Taja cost more it does it does cost more. And if you can afford it, maybe that's a nice luxury. But the thing is, there are people out there who have significantly better standards of living, because they were able to buy a bunch of cheap plastic stuff at WalMart and had more money to spend on other things. There you gun Bravo to those people at Bravo to wash to WalMart for letting them do that Bhutto WalMart for asking that their that their competitors. Be hobbled in terms of prices. They can they can pay for labor though. So Michael now we're talking about that last hour. How much of this, do you think is just WalMart? Trying to put a, a final nail into what little competition, they have in small businesses, if they can get all businesses to have to increase their costs is see WalMart suffers from uniquely. Bad. Bad PR, WalMart is like considered basically, the devil by allowed of people, and they've conceded in a lot of cases by paying higher wages than the market, the market strictly demands right in order to improve their image. And of course, the left is given them nothing for that because they're still wall. Martin are still rich in your Jill. They're poor. They're not good in from the leftist point of view. So I think that WalMart just wants sends it's not getting any credit for paying higher wages than everybody else, which it does right then maybe they figure. Well, maybe we least wouldn't lose as much by our bad PR, if everybody was forced to play on the same crippled paling field, that we are, by public relations than I really think, that's how the carpet thinking is going, which is not a condemnation of them. Because businesses exist for one purpose and one. Purpose only which is to make money by providing products to pliers. What, what inau is the heck out of me is when you have a system, and we do not live in a capitalist economy, those of you who may be bringing up that seaward again. Not quite we don't we live in, what's basically all Garki, and you've got a very, very large. No, that's not right. You have a very small group of very powerful people at the top who can manipulate politicians as easily as they can manipulate their own prices. That's the problem. Right. So me and the whole problem with that is political power is based on appearances and popularity and all the things that it's but, but not so much money. Money is, is purer to me, then. Then a lot than how political decisions are made by popularity contest because I'll tell you what. I saw up ury contests when, when I was in highschool never saw when deliver the best people know what you'll both popular people are never the best people. Right. And money. Won't do that either. Yeah. Please michael. Oh, I thought you had something for us. That's okay. Just this idea that that's, that's the problem is to me that when you have a system that runs based on rift, then you're those are the results are going to be in. It's, it's basically who can I buy in Washington that will further my agenda or things that are beneficial for my business. It looks like Bernie Sanders is on sale. There you go. Wow. I'm gonna have to get the fill in on that. We'll talk about that in just a moment. Eight fifty five four fifty free. We're talking about WalMart. We're talking about Bernie Sanders. We're talking about increasing the minimum wage as if that's a good. Thing we're are suspending our our own belief systems for a moment. Eight fifty five four fifty free. This is free talk live. 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You know, you just want to keep going with them and brings up another story we thought we might talk about. But I, I brought it up during during the break in everybody's like who we gotta do that. Bernie talk about this as a headline from Fox News. Bernie Sanders, Soviet Union Venezuela, don't count, as examples of failed socialism. They were. Socialism. Oh, yeah. There. There you go. When criticizing socialism don't bring up the Soviet Union or Venezuela to Bernie Sanders Sanders, an independent from Vermont dismiss, the connection between the failed social states in his own vision for America during an interview on comedy central's, the daily show on Tuesday, quote, obviously Soviet Union was an authoritarian society with no democratic rights. I think if you know history, you know, the democratic socialists, fut- and stood up against that unquote. Billy twenty twenty democratic hopeful said is he reading? I'm just referring to the history of Bernie Sanders coming back from the Soviet Union, and you can go out on YouTube, and you can see these videos where he was talking about how wonderful it was over there. Oh, yeah. He's supported that. And before you're actually called him out on that. You know, foot Fisher or Fisher is a lib. -tarian leaning, independent journalists. Correct. Yeah. Well, he went to Bernie Sanders rally in called him out for his support of the USSR. It's a great. It's a great piece. Check it out. Everything back Ford, fishers, one of the people that had their YouTube video de monetize this week. Oh, yeah, we had a caller who wanted to talk about Steven Crowder, and the tiff, he is in with YouTube over, I guess, Carlos maze of stuff, and they threatened to d- monetize him, unless he starts pulling his homophobic ads for apparently homophobic, t shirts of something. So, so, yeah, you've got to come, you know, just another company that has to go. Another wholly owned by Google. Yeah, yeah, that's true. I guess they're just part of the one of the other country companies already needed to go out. That is not Google. Everybody mistakenly refers to Google Google it his alphabet. Well, yeah. Now now. Alphabet. Literally, an alphabet soup of different companies all owned by the company, formerly known as Google. But again, to get back to Bernie Sanders. No, you know, obviously the so that would be really interesting because there are a lot of people who believe that Google was actually a, a. A government front CIA front. The funny thing being that would mean that it was run by the alphabet agencies. That's what we all call the all three letter federal agencies to was a separate company until Google bonded about ten years ago. Yeah, that's true. I'm talking Google. A lot of people think Google is a front for the intelligence balloon. Telling rich the irony was not lost on me when I heard that they were changing their name from Google to, to alphabet. Yeah. Okay. It was lost on me. I it was like, oh, you've gotta be kidding. This story continues daily shows Jacoby, young white agreed with Sanders assessment saying, quote the examples of failed, socialism, that critics us are not socialist democracies, but a thorough -tarian states led by corrupt ruthless and paranoid dictators unquote. Well, I hate to tell you ju- Boki young white, but. Socialism leads. My race ruthless and paranoid dictators. That's what socialism creates. That's how it works at is. It's not a bug. It's a feature of socialism. That's what Bernie Sanders is all for it in the seventies. And later than that into the eighties said that the YouTube video, I encourage everyone to dig up is Bernie Sanders after just returning from the Soviet Union. I think in somewhere like nineteen eighty five to nineteen eighty eight. Honeymoon was right before the collapse. Yeah. But it was, you know him just, you know, glowing about all the things that the workers have been able to do in the Soviet Union. They have laid out, you know, the path to a strong future for their people. And like, you know, like I said, you know, three years later, the things gone. And that's what happened Sanders who owns three houses, and also earned more than one million dollars annually in recent years. How much of that is giving away? Oh, that's I have seen a statistic on that. And it's not a high amount. Okay. It's not a not a lot to charity Sanders, who owns three houses, and also more than a million dollars annually in recent years, went onto defense someone being a millionaire in his vision of socialist society, quote, if what you say, is life in life is quote, all I want to do is have as much money as I possibly can, and screw everything else. And I don't give a damn unquote then. No, I don't think democratic socialist socialism is your Cup of tea unquote. He said. You can't have it both ways people should be free to pursue success. That's what we're all about, and socialist countries, are all about, you can be as successful as you like. But when you are successful, we want those fruits of your labours. Yeah. We can distribute. We'll take it away from you. Yes. And we will distribute it as, as we see best. And that's what Bernie is advocating, which also means that brilliant, ideas, don't thrive because if you tax them in their infancy guests, then they will not grow enough to become the next. You know, Facebook or WalMart or whatever company. I'll tell you. I really enjoyed chur noble, the HBO docu series. I don't know of anybody heard of this. I, I have not seen it. I've, I've been hearing about it, though. It was it was good. I think they did an okay job. There's a lot of bad science in it. And there's a lot of things that I don't think there's a lot of bad science into real Chernobyl to are, they are, are they quoting people correctly. Okay. They are they're taking some artistic liberties with some of the science, but it does paint a picture of a bureaucracy run amok. And that was, I think if there is a, a villain behind share noble. It is the Soviet state. It is this idea that we can centrally plan, everything. And we can take away people's, you know, reasons to going to go to work and, and reasons to be successful. That's all the state Bernie continues here, quote. But if you have a decent heart and say, look, I'm doing really well, but I also want to be a contributor to the wellbeing of society, some into pay my fair share of taxes. There you go out. Do exist provided we pay him off for that, right. Like the mafia. Yeah. Is is benevolent like Demographia to us. Nice. Nice of you Bernie, we can be okay. We can be successful as long as we pay it all back in taxes. 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I you can it is sort of a compliment, you can say, the guys consistent, he's been consistently socialist for spinning. Yeah, that's. Advocated horrible ideas, if socialism doesn't work, how did Bernie Sanders become a millionaire doing it? Exactly. Couldn't do it. Couldn't do it. That's the capitalist aspect of that. And I brought up this video that anybody can find, but it's Bernie Sanders shortly before the fall of the fall of the wall, and the fall of the Soviet Union. We play the quote on the air. I if I can find it we're not ready to do that tonight. But I'll definitely pull that up. But if you Google Bernie Sanders, Soviet Union, you'll likely come across it, and it's him rado because Google is kinda commie. They may have hidden it by now. God that Bernie has nothing. But great things to say about the Soviet Union about how well the people are treated, and how six pests successful. Those people are in literally within a couple years. That's what happens. The daily shows Juki white young white agreed with Sanders assessment saying that the examples of failed socialism, that critics us. Us are not socialist democracies, but a thorough -tarian states led by corrupt ruthless and paranoid, dictators thing is. That's what's socialism, get you exactly. And if you to understand why a great source is, is Hayek's the road serfdom. Yes. And, and he explains because, you know, there are a lot of arbitrary decisions that have to be made by these socialists, commissars in order to do search planning, you decide who works in who starves. So basically the. People who are who are kind hearted aren't gonna last long in that job. Yeah. That was such a powerful book. Again, that's Friedrich Hayek. The road to serfdom at it was written, just much better than I explained. It was written. Well, no just prior to and during World War, Two nuns when Hayek wrote this, and he wrote it to the people of Great Britain, because he saw all these socialist moves a Great Britain, Great Britain was starting to implement, and he could see the direction it was going, and he wrote it as a cautionary tale that if you continue down this path, this is what you're going to get any base that on watching the Nazi regime. Go go socialist very before that he was an Austria. And he fled Austria to go to the Soviet Union because or I'm sorry to go to Great Britain because he could see the. Handwriting on the wall, and he was a Jew and a capitalist. And a lot of other things the Nazi Ston like absolutely this story continues, the quote, oh, gee of socialism, unquote in America as he was described during the interview, also outlined. Why he and this is Bernie Sanders believes younger generations are attracted to the system quote, because they've been propagandized for twelve years, that your expense in the public schools, which also failed to take them to read, exactly quote, the younger generation won't all likelihood have a lower standard of living than their parents. Yes. Bernie if your programs go through they will have a much lower standard of living, and to the extent, I mean, I have a lower standard of living than my parents, most of my friends have a lower standard of living than their parents and the reason for that is because their parents implemented disaster policies that screwed us. Absolutely. His quote here continues. He said before, also climbing student loan debts, and a lack of high paying jobs and affordable housing, make the idea of quote society. With more egalitarian ISM. Unquote appealing Sanders has promised to transform America with a left wing version of economic, and environmental Justice, if he wins the White House, but health described democratic socialists, high income multiple houses, and fondness for air travel of already opened him up to criticism that his lifestyle doesn't always match his rhetoric. Now, what make what I have to wonder here is, you know, the, the necessary and sufficient condition for, for American students to think a socialist future looks looks good is to make their future. Look very bleak. Indeed. And that is the insidious notion of socialism as people say, well, why can't we just have a little bit of socialism? Why can't we just have a minimum weight? Why can't we just have socialized medicine and reason is because every single time one of these programs gets implemented? It makes everybody poorer. And when you make people poorer than you make them feel like failures, and you make them think, feel like the government could make better decisions for them. The name make for themselves all rich. No, come on. You're one of we only did these programs for a little while then then things would get worth for a little while. And at the end of that little while things would be worth and people would say, oh, God were starving. We need more social when did you ever know the government to, to stop a government program? Thank you. Michael, I, I was gonna point to that temporary program called social security, which had an expiration date the closest working for you. The closest thing in. Nature to immortality is temporary government program. Ronald Reagan said and he was correct. Eight fifty five four fifty free. 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There are the artist formerly known as Rich Paul now known as nobody and should give it a little update on that because I promised an update as soon as I had my court date to change my name. How did that court day, go rich a funny thing happened to me on the way to the name chains walking through security? Minding my own business, and voice says to me, can I see your ide-, which isn't normal when you're entering a courtroom? And I kind of knew what was coming because I'd heard rumors of armed men seeking me by. My name in, in Manchester, and I thought they might come so far afield as keen when they had a way to track me down. And indeed, apparently they did not come, but they set a trap for me with the local, constables and local constables arrested me as mmediately arrested hem cuff, deny said Odia, don't think I can pick up the garbage with these handcuffs. I'll wait. No. That was a completely different story of different massacre us, Alice's restaurant was appreciate any reference to Alice's make analysis restaurant, but I was indeed immediately arrested upon entering the courthouse and ship back to Manchester to face. The second incarnation of a slightly Harari us. Charge brought to you by the morons at the Bedford police department. I hope you listening in Bedford tonight, morons, and the what they did one time is they pulled me over for driving on suspended, license, though, my license was not at that time, suspended and suspended registration, although my license had not yet been. Or although my registration also had not yet been suspended. They impounded my car for these two premature violations and they then searched the trunk found a machete and charge me with being a felon in possession of a weapon. So machete is considered a weapon what not under New Hampshire law in less you have intent in let in under New Hampshire law. It has to be. Able to it one of a list of thirteen items, which are very specific include things like Dirk dagger and Billy. But do not include machete, right? Do not include steak knife. And, but it was this in your trunk you say. Yeah. Was in my trunk. Okay. And, and so, but any other item becomes a weapon if it could deliver a deadly blow in the way in which you use intend to use or threaten to use it. So if you plan on clearing some brush, with your with your machete, that certainly is not a example of using it in a way to injure someone. Yes. And there have been I read up when I was in jail because I knew I was going to be a felon. I wouldn't be able to carry guns I read up on the New Hampshire lawn. I read up on the New Hampshire case law. And the fact that, for example, a man shooting at, at rabbit, or at porcupines, I'm sorry on his property in New Hampshire, who was a felon was found to be legally in possession of his Boeing. Ero because he did not use it intend to use or threaten to use it in a way that would be fatal to a man as opposed to a porcupine. So this is very important. Piece of well so could I have killed something with my machete? Will yes I have killed something with a machete. It was a Bush, but I killed it dead. They say it didn't come back to next year. I chopped down. And I did it at the behest of a New Hampshire state legislator, who I'm sure will be testifying on my behalf at my infamous weapons trial was going to be fun. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Bedford PD has no idea what they built what they bid on and this idiot who brought the charges, I will be bringing a complaint to the bar association because it is very clear that this person is acting in bad faith. This person had to lie to get this past the. Jerry. And I gotta say police if you're gonna do something silly, you, you want to pull somebody over on some trumped up charges, or just want to bring charges that are absurd ridiculous, and easily disproven, do not do that in New Hampshire because we've got a lot of activists here that don't like the police, oppressing your, your rights, and we will be there in the courtroom, filming you, you can like that. You can not like that. You can say that. That's a good thing. It's a bad thing, but your actions will be on full display for everyone to see. But what these idiots can to game to can do to you is put a financial hurt in your world because they can make various expensive to stand up to them. And I'll tell you what I never pitched the tips, page. But there is a page at tips dot L R N dot FM, or tip stat freetalklive dot com or. Both where you can come and tip somebody and tell you what they took two days to took to useful days away from me by throwing me in jail to face the spirits, charity again, because what it all comes down to is, I was the car that I was driving was a police cruiser with smiley faces an anarchy signs painted on it, and they didn't like my car, and why this is why this is all happening. So help me out. Let's get a let's help you get through this. So I can give them a beating. I wish you the best of lock and of course, we'll do what we can to, to do everything we can to see get through this appreciates insanity. You know, it's it's as if there and in the meantime, all, however, many police are involved in this, I will Wade, you're, there are more unsolved crimes that could use some investigation. I will wager that there are probably more people in suffering break ins and thefts and larcenies, and God forbid rapes and things like that, that occur while police are investigating nonsense. You know, this is this is your New Hampshire, copy should know what New Hampshire law is before you try to hit somebody with you really should earn. It's actually the prosecutor, the prosecutor is unfamiliar unforgivable. How can he not know the law, how many innocence have pled out because he didn't know the law, and they had to plead to a felony because without breaking without ever breaking the law? You know, this, this should not ever happen to another person happens all the time and not just in New Hampshire. It happens all over the US ninety seven percent cases are, are solved by plea bargain. Yeah. And that's it's no bargain. Folks, what it means is the more that this system continues the way it is the more of your rights, you're gonna lose and more of your friends are going to be incarcerated for for for for. I can't even call them crimes I because. A crime requires a victim, and too often, it's a it's just something where the state says, you hurt our feelings. So we're gonna throw you in jail, and that's that's absurd and ridiculous. Well, I am. So anyway, that's why I'm an hour late tonight is I just got out of jail three hours ago, and I was like, oh, no, MRs free talk live. But I gotta ride here, Angie's husband was kind enough to drive me back. And, and so thanks, dude. And, and it's always good to see him. If you're watching on D live, or you're watching on twitch may wonder who's been sitting in the other seat that has been like he just wanted to see how the show gets made. But you gotta get him on sometime. Yeah we're we're we're working on him. And he he was ready to step in. If you couldn't make it so, well, you guys miss something next. Absolutely, eight fifty five four fifty free. This is free talk live. To the protection of life, liberty and properties with the Free State price about. But it's it's an effort to move twenty thousand people who understand it's about demonstrating to the entire country. 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The AP says Biden made the declaration, Thursday folly two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden said, keeping hide would prevent Poland from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon. Watts founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it isn't just the nauseating school shooting. It's the daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city centres, and in rural communities, homicides, and suicides alike. Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves, the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher gun death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence. Orca shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people a path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases re-applying protections every eighteen months. So government already knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and seperation from their home, and their children, as President Trump looks and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon, from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lack additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with the legislative session, join to close Ville, that would right. New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals into law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times, and now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica knee with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I'd leave strong legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm envious Sears reporting, late this week governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session. Finally are natty arrived. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the dorm bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a quivalent to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the on say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Smith. Conception of CPR is am I going to get trouble might go into calls? Warm at you remind folks, that they're there for tech in North Carolina under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are assisting in the. Emergencies are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands. Only CPR is just as effective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double or triple a person's chance of survival in this debate ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR thus according to the American Heart Association. I'm Mike Clifford. Thanks, wrapping up your week with public do service. We are member listener supported Iran line at public service dot ORG. Talk live our number three three hours every night every day of the year because we like it. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That's our toll free number. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three but I, I want to tell you about edge wallet edge while it is one of the best, crypto wallets out there that you can load on your Android, or I o s device. It is user control. 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I'm sure we'll be here in a lot more about that over the next year. So, and I may be doing a class for their whole office will will find out where that goes. But we want to stay with the phones because we're getting a little bit backlogged here. And we want to go to Jonathan he's calling in from Michigan. Talk about Bernie Sanders Jonathan you're on free talk live. How are you? I'm doing. All right. So my question was if very Sanders were to run for the electric. What do you think is chances are actually being elected to me? There's a we'll get everybody's opinion on this couple schools of thought couple couple schools of thought is anybody could run against Donald Trump and probably do, pretty well, Bernie Sanders did really well in the last primaries against Hillary. There were a lot of allegations of basically that whole thing being stolen from Bernie Sanders. So it can go either way. Rich. What do you think? Bernie's odds birdies odds. I think Bernie as the sacrificial lamb again, I don't think he's, I don't think he's been anointed. The next president's already been selected. I don't think it's him. I don't. I think they'll probably I, I don't know which way it's going to go specula- my best prediction. Is that Trump is going to be the next president? Okay. My, my well, my speculation on that. It's, it's going to be creepy. Joe Biden running against Trump. I don't I think creepy, Joe Biden has to be a sacrificial lamb because his creepy is so well known who else is the Democrats got Bernie's Bernie can't win again. Lettera home. My god. If you seen those videos there, so horrible with, with, oh, my God, clear, talking about burn. I'm talking to by Joe Biden. It like those children are being offered a sacrifices. It really does watch them. Have you seen the parents reaction? I don't know of you're talking about last week's video or this week's video. There's a whole, I'm talking. Decades video that nobody's been willing to talk about, and now suddenly dot info, and you can watch all the videos. There's a whole sight of. In philly. Oh my God. Go ahead, John. I'm sorry. Jonathan we just talked a Lereah. Yes. Go ahead. You guys. Him. Can't say on the air. But hey, you'll have that from time to time, eight fifty five four fifty free. At least let us go for a little bit before. He got dumped we're going to stay on the phones. Well, actually, I got to wait for this to reset here. So are you still talking to nothing? Well right now, I think I am talking to nothing but we're going to see the dump box history charge. Oh before you before you take another caller. Yes. So we just have to be h-have ourselves for the next few minutes. I think we're professional and continue to be 'have ourselves. So we're going to see how this goes bars full, you you're good. Yeah. And it's slowly building up, but I don't know. I it it's it's not really behaving myself, though, because I was behaving like myself. The FCC would have us off the air refraining from entirely behaving by myself. We all have to watch our language when we do this, absolutely. But back to back to the idea Bernie running. Do you think do we know if Hillary's jumping in again, last, I heard Hillary's, not running? Okay. So if that were it, then it seems to me that it would come down to Biden, and it would come down to Bernie and the other thing is that I saw poll on Twitter, a few days ago, showing Trump being compared to all the democratic candidates and it showed Trump ahead by several points for all of them except Joe Biden. Wow. Where Joe Biden was like one point ahead of them. Yeah. I gotta think that creepy Joe's gonna drop, you know, he has no. I don't wanna say staying power because people are going to take that the wrong way. But oh God. You know, it just seems to be more of a story in Joe Biden. You know, for all the Democrats talk about, you know, we've got to get these rich white a white guys out of office, and we've got a mix it up. And so you've got got a real what I will be the first guy, he's running for president who's out there organizing sexual abuse victims with me to sign this to go to his rallies. Right. I don't know. I just I just can't see him a lucky said the anointed, there is always a choice that the all ARCHE is going to choose. And that person is going to be president. I think Trump probably wasn't that. I think that was an early. I don't think that that was what they plan, but, you know, you I think they forgot, they weren't paying attention to how disappointed people were with this system. And I think that's what got Trump elected now. We're going to try going back to the phones where we've got David going from San Francisco. David, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind? Yeah. We got a nice windy day out, here, by the way, did I hear you hits in issue with the dump button? Did I think we allowed it to build back up, and I think we're good. We were listening on on these lines. You may have heard our previous color. Get unceremoniously dumped. Wondering about that. 'cause I mean, if I were to actually say, gosh, Rooney, what would happen? Gosh rooney. I don't think meet the FCC's can. For for profanity, the only people that. Carlin's deadly words were beat bit. I might hawking nothing again. So what's on your mind, David? Well, I heard you I didn't hear the tuned in late. So I didn't hear the actual incident that you were talking about it. I got the impression that you were talking about privatize Justice bad cops. We weren't really talking just about bad cop spring, and band charges. I think that was the gist of what Rich Paul against your humble. Narrator. Okay. Well reason I raise it. The it's sparked by attention with I'm old enough. I'm like late baby. 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That's our toll free number eight five five, four five zero three seven three three and. We've been talking Bernie Sanders seems like it's been kind of Bernie night, it's kinda weird. I'm feeling the burn. Are you feel kind of a burning sensation two? I hope it didn't pick something up in jail to stop by CVS on the way home. Let's let's hope not. But, you know, in addition to listening to the show, you could also watch the show. A lot of people are kind of ends of that, too. We broadcast over the twitch network. That's you can find that at twitch dot L dot FM. And you can also watch us on D live D lives at nother platform out there for video distribution. You can find out more about that at d live dot freetalklive dot com. But it's sort of interesting in that they're sort of using a crypto currency to help provide funding to people who create contact content. So the biggest guy that was ever on YouTube guy named Pudi pie. He's moved over to the D live. Excuse me. Yeah. The delight work, and that's that's been kind of a big big thing. So he's prolific. And we're just writing on. His coattails anytime I see somebody leaving YouTube or leaving Facebook or leaving Twitter. That is a wonderful thing. Yeah. That those those, those platforms are traps, and I think they were designed to corral speech. I think they're I think they're predominance was designed that way. And I think it was artificially created their real goal was to make lots of money. And when you give something away for free, guess what you are the product because you get to see all their ads over and over and over and you will buy a percentage, and they count on that stuff, I think, is their cultural as their corporate culture has changed, and they started to realize that, you know, we're gonna get shut down by we're going to get more regulations. We're going to get all these things we don't start cramping down. I don't really believe that, that stuff came up organically, I think they're feeling the pressure of our politicians, and that's what's going. Well, there's certainly a lot a lot there. But the thing is any. Any company that gets big enough is going to bend over for the government because that they've got billions of dollars on the line. So once once you become big, it's almost inevitable that you will become evil. And that's why I think the next step of media is going to be decentralized media media, that cannot be shut down by any suitable entity you know, because the bitcoin miners of, of the world are not a suitable entity yet. L the people keeping P, F, S up are not a suitable end entity there may be a company, but salons, their code is open source. You can sue the company out of existence in the ideal lives on absolutely. As long as people have the courage to keep joining the class of intrepid souls, who are running outlawed software outlawed software cannot be. You can't outlaw software, not possible. Yeah. It's like outlying thought right? And that is been the argument in numerous court cases, that software is free speech code is written that is free speech and it deserves all the protections. We've been talking to David who wanted to talk about the war drugs, and he wanted to talk about William Hearst. But I am having some issues with our dump button. That's that magic button. That if somebody calls in and cusses, I can hit it, and make sure that doesn't go out over the air, and it doesn't seem to be building up right now. So. Yeah. I'm going to do that. Forgotten about that. The reason for this is FCC regulation. Where is there an exception, carved into the first amendment for the FCC there? I don't see it. It's not there. So hor they to say, only the licensed few can broadcast. Now, they said, we're going to protect diversity of thought in diversity of opinion. What have we gotten every single one every single major media radio station a TV station is owned by FCC sincere and ninety six percent of those are controlled by six corporations be twin them. So how is that protecting diversity of opinion? It you'll be in the here too. You can appear to be broadcasting diverse thought, but by controlling the quality of those broadcasts, you can pick the winners and losers in the. Audience's mind and the only way around that is to have diverse control of media. The you have to have diverse control of it. Well, and that means distributed that means running on your computer in your house, over a VPN. So even your I s p doesn't know who's broadcasting. There you really is it. I mean, and that's why you know, bitcoin ended up being such a revolutionary idea. This idea that you could district. We something and bitcoin isn't the only one but you could tell you about bit torn bitcoin is an example. I think of what governments do to open source projects that become inconvenient to them. Because I personally think that bitcoin core has been co opted by the banks, and that, that's why the lightning network and I don't get me wrong. I came in here one day, and I was singing the praises of the technical beauty of the lightning network or something similar to it. But that was, but everything that bitcoin core has done has shown that they, they sabotaged our success at the moment of its inception by not doubling. The black size and then figuring out the elegant solution later and everybody every IT professional of whom I as one who has run a production system knows that when that systems online and people are depending on you make that system work at all costs. Right at two future headaches that you create for you. And then you Griqua date those headaches by lighting the code to sort out the mess you created and in this, it's not even like there would be recovery. All it is, is a bigger block size. That's all it took change. A constant in the code from one cons, one, one number two number twice as live ju four times larger eight times as okay with without going into the necessary ten minutes. It'll take up -solutely destroy all your argument. I would love to just hit a show of hands. How many of you guys have used lightning network? I can't zero yet p I'm love to jump all over it. But that's okay. Nada. No, the beauty of the lightning late night, Ning network is real, but look at who the board members are banks and regulators beating want to subvert the system and make it at best a creature of corporate America, which is not what bitcoin is supposed to be telling me that I am a creature of not user. You're not on that board. I know not wanna George carlin's club. These people are members in good standing of George carlin's club. And they're trying to bring bitcoin down to funny, eight fifty five four fifty free. 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Chris starts to get a little punchy studios myself. Chris, rich, and Michael, and we've been talking lots of topics. But Bernie Sanders just seems to keep bringing the calls in. So we're probably gonna talk about that a little bit more. We have had a little bit of difficulty with our dump button, and the dump button is not something, you want to take live phone calls without so we're giving it just a little bit before. We get back to David into an Francisco. I know he's has some thoughts about the war on drugs, and, and the Spanish, American war and William Randolph, Hearst, always wanna get into that. And of course, that was just I mean, I've got a lot of, of information with that, that I that I'd kind of like to like to back fill because although Hearst was very important. And there were a lot of people who brought. Who brought this about absolutely? And we're going to go back to David David can you hear us? Sure, Kim apologies for all the technical difficulties we just rather be safe than sorry. But please continue with your thoughts and please. The way it wasn't one that I started. It was the Spanish American war. Now in new is part of the story. Why did they start the Spanish American war in your in your estimating? Well, Hearst is kind of an interesting character he inherited is newspaper. He he was the Rupert Murdoch the day and he was fairly young when he did it, I think he was probably still in his twenties, or so heated herited newspaper out here in San Francisco from his father, and there's the famous artist Remington was down in, in, in, in Cuba, when the, the battle shift, the main blew up, and they've since been able to find the main divers went down, and they discovered that the explosion was from inside and it was probably a coal bunker that, that blew up and was not an attack, but the whole Spanish and wear could war was created based upon the sinking of the main, as if it was attacked in, in Cuban harbor, and Cuba. If you know about Cuba. It was it in Haiti were such profitable properties. I if I remember right. France owned Haiti and when France head to give it up the income being derived from Haiti constituted, one third of the total wealth, or the total income stream of France. And France, had a whole lot more colonies that time. But one third of the income stream of France at the time was coming from Haiti alone winning. Yeah. When they try to claim that Haiti is a poor country that's far from the truth. It it's, it's kept in poverty solely because it's such a profitable property, and in Cuba, the same way you know, they just basically created slavery down in there and, and tyranny and, and there's profit and tyranny because you don't have to pay anybody. And then you. Get a lot of SM freaks crack whips and, you know, the kind of create an economy with sadism in at that's I think, probably part of the reason why people are interested in the Trump administration because so many of the Trump. The Sunday and you've got a half to allow us to catch up here. So we went from the Spanish American war. And Francis ownership of Haiti to say this losses to sadism to Donald Trump. Well, it's the economics of, of poverty. And, and so when you start looking at I, I had originally called because of the police state kind of issues, and when you start looking at the rise of, of the police state under Richard Nixon, which was where I really started out, it was they created the drug war, knowing that, that they wanted to keep the hippies in line, they wanted to keep the blacks in line. And so they came up with these phony drug wars in order to put so many people in prison that they would not be able to have a future and did that. David land. Yeah. That's, that's a good point. She said, we do not pass these laws to be obeyed. We pass them to be broken because you cannot rule innocent men, you can only rule a country of criminals. There you go. We're staying on the phones where we've got Noah, calling in from Arkansas, Noah, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind? Yeah, thanks for yourself. I really I really appreciate the opportunity. It's pretty awesome. And I listened to a couple of minutes of your show. But that's pretty. I'm calling about the rise. A lot of background noise. Sorry. Can you hear me now? I can go ahead. Rise in. So called nuisance. Ordinances where your yard grass is it's turned into a crime. Basically work this apology. Sees private property calmness conditions like overgrown, y'all grass or if he used the wrong, citing the wrong driver material, put that wrong and quotes. Yes, I was forced to file per se, actually federal course challenging the constitutionality of what they call the nuisance ordinance. I wanted just encouraged if you're going through the same battle with your photo force -ment just. No. You have recourse available pro se spell peo- best e e colony federal court clerk, and they can send you a pack of information free to fight these things in. It's really a criminal enterprise here, locally wins and another group of people that are wonderful for this are the fully informed jury association. Get the word out there about about jury nullification. Well. Here. Yeah. Oh, yes. You are. You're just not allowed to say it in a courtroom. Yeah. I think if I'm going, where the caller is I mean, these are things that will probably not arise to a jury trial their things. Some places. If. Yep. Go ahead. You're not allowed an attorney. It's a criminal charge. And if you don't pay their fines and fees you go to jail, and they seize your property for overgrown yard dress. It's happened many times. It's, it's incredible. I know we discussed a couple of weeks ago, a case in Florida where the gentlemen was he was outta town. He got his neighbor to cut his grass. Well was gone his neighbor actually passed away. And he was, you know, sent things to an address. He wasn't at Blohm behold. The racked up over a summer, I think something around one hundred thirty thousand dollars fees. So they were going to stay. Right there, right? There is how they do it. Go for the deceased and the widow. That's not hi. This is reality last year from January one two to four hundred seventeen just a small town in western Arkansas hundred seventeen properties were seized property owners were turned into criminals eighty four percent of those properties, were owned by the ceased, or widows. And that's, that's what happens though from the seized property. They're so to a local nonprofit, okay? The cost in low income housing erected on those properties in use words, like lights abatement, property values, those catchwords that's wanted, you know, here fighting or do you got? The family member or friend. They have recourse, you cannot have to victim speak up. Absolutely. No. Thank you for the call knows. Exactly right. I mean these things occur time this idea of, I mean, one that gets a lot of play is civil asset forfeiture, that means that a crime may have happened. It may not have happened because oftentimes, usually didn't it didn't. 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We've been talking Bernie Sanders, we talked about Donald Trump, we talked about WalMart, we talked about minimum wage laws, and we just had a caller who was talking about pro se laws when you run into nuisance. Ordinances those are fun ones. Then when need don't cut your grass? They find a bunch of money, and then they say they try to take your house. The pro se LA because pro se is Latin meaning on its own behalf. Right. Pro se media representing yourself in court. Well, having Lloyd does. But I wonder if that means they're suing the property on. It's unknown behalf in believe it or not. There are times when the government will file criminal charges against a pile of money, that's called civil asses, asset forfeiture, and criminal asset forfeiture. They literally charge the money with the crime. The property with the crime. It's a complete end run around the constitution. That's the constitution says anything over twenty dollars you have to write you have your right. That's, that's what happens. You'll see a lawsuit that says the United States of America versus thirty two thousand five hundred fifteen dollars eighteen cents. That's, that's an example. And it's it's asinine. We've seen more and more states start to push back on this system to say that we will not allow civil asset forfeiture, to go on within or our borders. But guess what? It's still it's still existed. Not enough to repeal that law. I don't think the rot is too deep. The stink is too bad. The only thing that we can do is burn it down. It burnt to the ground, or at least the seed, from it and escape from it, because it's become so corrupt that it cannot be fixed. I'm more convinced of that today than I've ever been before. Yeah. And. It's horrible. We, we hear these stories and we share the news. I mean, we bring in stories that we've read and nothing to me is more heartbreaking than to find out that someone is losing their property, something. They worked for their whole lives, and they're losing it over what basically comes down to government going. Gotcha. You didn't get in think of this one, so we're going to use this little loophole and we're going to exercise our power and steal it from you. And we've got the power of law behind us. It's obscene two can play that game. Because the other thing that you can occasionally do is bring them, at least partially to bear, and I'm going to disclose something that will probably horrify my attorney I intended to use that as a weapon tier and I intended to use it against police. The manner in which I intended to use. It could never have delivered a fatal blow. I am tended to use it as a trap for the corrupt. I intended to use it as a trap for tyrants. I am tie. Put it in that trunk with every charge that with every intention that some idiot out there would think I was just another moron that he could put a charge on. And that would take a plea. I wasn't in violation of the law, but I'm not that guy. And that's why was carrying that Michetti in my trunk and it won't kill the person that I used it against. But hopefully it will make them look stupid. That's never too difficult to do. And I applaud you for thinking that through, it's a good idea. We're going to the phones where we've got David in New Mexico. David, you're on free talk live. What's on your mind? Nobody gets new prison. Tattoo. One it's going to be, nobody gets new prison pets. Nobody gets new prison. Tattoo, it could happen. It could happen. But I don't think so. I think I've got a beat. I got a knock this one out of the crowd of the bark at trial. I'm just looking forward to saying that on the stand with the with the under oath with the cameras rolling. And I really hope there will be a side Cam for the prosecutors face. And there's a new ad making the rounds on radio. Nobody likes he d-. Now, nobody doesn't have to deal with the anymore. Nobody doesn't have any trouble with that, David. Thanks. We're going to go to Jerry in West Virginia. Trying to get all these calls in before the end of the show, Jerry yarn free talk live. What's on your mind? Well, I just I got in late on your conversation. So I, I really didn't catch the beginning of it, but I heard someone say that the government's was stealing someone's property. They were doing. Of nuisance. Ordinances like you did. With that. Remember the government owns every square inch of property in the United States. We don't own it. We never will own it. We only rented or lease it, and the second, we don't pay our taxes. The government takes their property back. It really belongs to don't you? Yep. Isn't that an elaborate fraud, though? Isn't that really elaborate fraud because only thinking that, you know, I'm going to work to own my own piece of property, which I did. But along the way, I realize, hey, I'll never own this. I'll, I'll be allowed to stay on this government property, as long as I paid the government to stay here, but the second I don't I'm outta here trod when the government does it right. Well, the thing is, that's why there's a second amendment in the constitution. That's why we have a right to keep in bear arms because eventually, it just gets too deep and you can't untangle it anymore. And a lot of states. A few of the older states, New Hampshire included has a right of revolution. This idea that to allow a government that has grown, too big for its britches that the federal law, you do the right to keep him bear arms. But it's spelled out in our, our constitution, right here in New Hampshire, that we would be remiss not to throw off a government that has become slavish and what the other term, they use in that, that part of good got Brig it up on the tenth, what article ten of the New Hampshire, constitution says, please, please. Let's bring it up and read it right. We've got Google in the studio. But I'll give you a piece of Declan. Nation of independence. Well, look and for it, we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, that we are endowed by our creators, with certain unalienable rights, that amongst these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, securities rights governments are instituted amongst men, at and that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends. It is the right of the people to alter to abolish it Jerry, I'm gonna leave you this, this is New Hampshire's. Right. Of revolution. Revolution government instituted for the common benefit protection security of the whole community, and not for the private interest, or emolument of anyone man, family or class of man, therefore whenever the ends of government are perverted and public liberty manifestly endangered and all other means of re dress are ineffectual that people may and of right off to reform the old or a stab, a new government document the doctrine. Of non resistance against arbitrary power and oppression. Is absurd slavish and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind Rahmen. Yeah. So that's. Every state I agree completely. Thank you for your call. Have a good night piece decide that we should just sit in a passively by in take whatever insults. They hurl. No whatever. That's something the too many people believe is a crazy idea. I believe that it's crazy to allow it to continue the and just let me slip in I, I left out one phrase there because I was hurrying to get in. No problem. No. You were your very good. And I'm always amazed when rich will be sitting back and then he'll fire off these long quotes that sometimes memory. Yes. From memory rich Isen sitting here Google in these things. He's just that just comes to something stuck in my head. It's mostly Shakespeare in Jefferson. But I've, but I've got some I've got some other guys in there. I've got Frederick Douglass. There you go. I when I left you I took nothing but let belonged to me and by no means reduced your means of making an honest, winning this was written to his former master Frederick, Douglass was an escaped slave. Yes. Unbelievable. And as it's insane that, that the idea that we would shrug off these chains that we should not even consider them. I'm asking you to consider them as we wrap up yet. Another episode of free talk live. Join us again tomorrow. You enjoy tonight show. Tune in again tomorrow, and you'll hear more ideas of liberty and ways to take back our freedom. 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Now dot com and farm, we keep you connected. We're back here on our SEO Illinois. I am Rita Frazier as we look at the flood and prevented planting even though there has been lots of corn, the ground some planting activity pockets of the state this week with the windows, there will be many acres that remain unplanted by the end of this week, mardi McDonald is the senior crop officer field claims adjuster with country financial. Thousand nineteen historically prevented planning claims have been isolated to five six seven maybe ten counties this year. We've got claims coming in from the Wisconsin border to the Ohio river. It's an entire state issue like something we've never seen before. So yesterday, the, the fifth of June final is not final, but the deadline for corn planting is what for the most of the state deadline that we talk about a lot with prevented planning is the final day to turn in a claim seventy two hours after the end of the late twenty day late planning period to turn a claim for the majority of the state all the counties except the seven southernmost final data, turn in a timely prevented planning claim is June twenty eight that is very, very important thinking onto soybeans, we're not into the soybean reporting time yet, but that would start in the. The northern third of the state June, sixteenth, and the southern two-thirds of the state on June twenty-first it is too early right now to turn a claim for soybeans sure there's going to be soybean prevented acreage. But federal crop rules, do not allow us to take a claim when you can still planet and get one hundred percent of your guarantee. Take everything into consideration here Marty. What, what's your takeaway? If you think you're going to be at a prevented planning situation. There's no harm in Terni claim in right now for corn. If you turn claim in, and it ends up that you get it planted you plant another crop in the late planning, period, you plant a crop after the late planning period that we can release the claim there's a no harm no foul for turning claim in now and not going through with having prevented planning ache. Just because you turn a claim in doesn't mean you have to have prevent u-turn claim in for watch your situation is right at that moment, and we know that your situation can change two three four ten days, down the party McDonald senior crop officer field claims, adjuster country financial a second webinar to address late planting is coming up, June thirteen one PM that event sponsored by country and Illinois farm bureau from late planting to flooding. Steve bridge has an update from the flood of twenty nineteen in this week statehouse report as rivers continue to push higher in Illinois state is brought as many resources as possible forward. Behold levies, and fightback high water where the state is really suffering along the Ellen y and Mississippi rivers along certain spots. The river is expected to hit historic levels, some not seen since nineteen forty-three this week the governor activated. For national guard members to assist in the efforts and the state has passed out more than three million sandbags the acting director of the emergency management agency. Alicia tate. Nadeau says this effort has been going on for months about six months ago. We walked around everybody, and we said, tell us what your needs are tell us what it is what your shortfalls and what we have done is, we have pre-positioned resources in those locations anticipation of needs for those that would like to compare this year along the Illinois and Mississippi to the historic year of nineteen Ninety-three, eight nadeau says twenty nineteen hold some unique challenges. There are couple of real differences between the flood of ninety three and what you see today. Never one in nineteen Ninety-three versus this is we have had the longest amount of time twelve consecutive days of rainfall in an area. We have ninety days of saturation on the levees due to snow melt go. All the way up into the Minnesota area, the second thing, that's different from nineteen Ninety-three the crush that we're talking about now are not going to just crest. And then immediately go down. They are going to continue to stay there because we have both the Mississippi and the Illinois that are converging and full of water. That means that, that is additional pressure on those levees reporting in Springfield. I'm Steve bridge. The RFID radio network. Thanks steve. And with that Delano and Kerry are back right after this. This is our FDA annoy all Ag all annoyed all now. There are a lot of smartphone apps out there. But do they have what's important to us here in Illinois on the farm week now app does, and it's always at your fingertips all all Illinois and twenty four seven where and win you need it for free your f- or play store on your smartphone. It search type in farm week now that's one word and download it today. Brought to you by a little farm bureau, where we're all about farm, family and food farm week in farm week now dot com journalists Dina straw connects rule routes for you from the far Bill to crop insurance. GMO labeling her expertise is apparent in the story. She reports here's a bit about her room routes. I get the interesting people and share their stories and I get paid to do it. I cover egg policy and really into keeping the farming community updated on these important issues. Route zord roots are FD radio farm week now dot com and farm, we keep you connected. This is your RFID radio network. For us report view fertilizer feed, and food all sources of essential energy. Here's the law, shonky talking foods day. Summertime is grilling time. Pork producers, what makes sure if you're putting pork chops on the grill you're having an enjoyable experience. Our summer intern carries legal explain. Recent research in Illinois is putting a. Up. The old cooking traditions for muscle meats, pork, funded by the Illinois. Pork. Producers association, Dustin Buller associate professor in meat sciences, at the university of Illinois worked to study the most favorable temperature to which consumers prefer, their pork to be cooked more interested in what drives consumption, so consumers. What do they prefer? What do they not prefer? Because imagine we're in the business trying to provide customers consumers with a positive eating experience. And if we're gonna do that, then we understand the science behind the meat, but we also need to understand what motivates consumers previously, we've been pork needs coq one hundred sixty degrees Bullard describes that this used to be the case, because pigs had different diets. Now, however, he says, because we have more control, and we have more efficiency and better animal handling animal welfare practices. We can decide what that ease by doing that than that. Allows us to have a better handle on the safety of the product bacon, and ham, and pork chops that come from that animal. And because now we can ensure more safe product being produced inherently we can then more safely cook that product to a lesser degree of done this, and that directly translates, the products being more tender, more juicy and more enjoyable consumers, according to the national pork board and the USDA hundred forty five degrees Fahrenheit. Now, the recommended cooking internal temperature for muscle cuts in import to make this, the new recommendation extensive research had to be completed to ensure cooking pork. Muslims, two hundred forty five degrees with a three minute rest is safe. If you use the meat thermometer, use it routinely, and get yourself in the habit of doing so in monitoring that internal temperature in long as you hit one hundred forty five degrees, internal temperature and provided three minutes rest and all that means is after we take it off our Skillet or take it off the grill way. Wait three minutes before we eat it, which is easy, because oftentimes, we're getting sides, ready. Anyway, then we consume that pork chop is going to be very safe in. It's going to be very delicious. Justin Buller associate professor at the U of I to clarify this is in reference to only the muscle cuts in pork. Other pork products like pork, burgers, sausages, still need to be coach two hundred sixty degrees. If you don't mind a little pink, and your stake pink, in your pork chops is just fine. So chop chop get to grill your pork chops, two hundred and forty five degrees. I'm summer, intern Kerry cycle on the RFID radio network. Summer, intern is from Livingston county. Aaa gas prices. The national average of two, seventy eight is eleven cents less than a month ago sixteen cents less than last year. These prices, three dollars seven cents four since less than a month ago, fourteen less than last year in Illinois, the regular and these price, exactly the same 295 regular that six cents less than a month ago eleven less than last year and for diesel to since less than a month ago, seventeen less than last year other states for regular Missouri to fifty to Kentucky to fifty nine Iowa to sixty five Wisconsin to seventy eight Indiana to eighty per gallon. That's this week's four s report. Tune in next week for all of the latest fuel fertilizer feed and food, trends, and essential energy information. I we were in Monmouth yesterday, our affiliate W RAM has a free halfway to freezing for food. They do freezing in December. The need is so great the comeback in June raise money, and also get food donations for local food, banks, and Elvin eighty folks in the county, Warren Henderson county farm bureau president, Jerry farm, south of Monmouth, the to do list is long and I mean you already out of time. What, what what's been going on a lot this week? So far, the way the forecast, we thought we'd only have Monday to actually get something done. So there are some beans planted corn planted in places that people wish they would have waited until now. But how do you know on the yearly Thad? So I'm one of them. I wouldn't have plan Monday and waited till today. Yeah. You guys playing corn plane beans. Replanning corn. Host-spring corn. Pre merger corn spray trying to get down on for what's going into beans. And then he got people Sidra to trying to nitrogen because we just don't know how many days we have or what the cases. So, you know for me. I've been post bring corn yesterday and hopefully finish up today and then. Yeah, to replant some tomorrow. And hopefully my last feel the beans. We'll have enough water off of it. Then I can get the majority of the planet is there necessarily a day, it may depend on what happens this weekend. But. Drop dead date for I guess for me for corn forty acres that I can do. Day one. And I tried I was doing the fish to beans. And I just can't get to, to muddy I would say for me that one out of the question is, whether it goes in the middle of the field, whether it goes to soybeans. My problem is if other forty acres planted in that field twenty drown it out. So. Replanting there. So I don't really I can't say drop dead for me. I would say, I'm pretty much done with corn all just keep going on beans, and replant corn where where I've got corn in the ground already, and where I sprayed it. I run probably fifth. That's okay. Then when you said, oh my gosh, it's Memorial Day. It's a month to remember, forget, all at same time. Yes, exactly. I've got some out of state landowners. And I remember calling them and explaining what was going on because it's feel that doesn't have the forty acres of corn planted. And I just said, I'm like. Just to give you an idea. We had a half a day in may actually plan, and it was still marginal at that, for that half a day for us in this area. Hours at this point so be safe. It is a lot of hours. And yet, it's just stressing patients with everybody. 'cause everyone's in this situation retailers, see. Trying to get seed, you know, earlier season stuff like I said the retailers stocking to one of our local ones, and he said, Dave only had three days since March, this was a couple of days ago, but since March, they could run all four sprayers. Dunkel president were Anderson farm bureau in bone Mets as we break for markets. With the are FDA market summary this Friday voting. I'm Jim Taylor corn higher being slightly lower we'd ending Thursday. Double digit higher July corn closing at four twenty and a half of five and three quarters timber point five and a quarter four twenty nine and a half in December corn for thirty eight and a half up a nickel July beans closing at eight sixty eight and three quarters down a penny August beans down a penny. Eight seventy five and a quarter September beans, eighty two and a quarter down one and a half July. We closing at five ten up nineteen and a quarter September lead up sixteen and a half five fourteen and a quarter December week five twenty five and three quarters of fourteen three quarters July being meal three fifteen ninety down one eighty July being oil twenty seven seventy six fifty four cents in current electron overnight trading July corn down three September corn down three December corn down three for thirty five and a half July beans in the overnight down. Four and a quarter. August beans down four timber being down more than three quarters, eight seventy seven and a half July. We've in the overnight down four and a half September week down four and a half in December down four and a half five twenty one and a quarter in the outside. Markets August Brent crude oil, sixty one sixty seven one four the aug gold contract. Thirteen thirty eight sixty down four ten this morning. The livestock market from Thursday, June lean hog seventy nine thirty seven down forty seven cents to lie. Lean hogs thirty five up seven cents June. I've cattle one oh seven sixty down a quarter. August live cattle one, oh, four eighty up twelve cents, August feeders one thirty nine twenty-seven down. Seventeen cents timber. Feeder cattle down to dime one thirty nine sixty direct barrels gilts trading steady on Thursday at forty eight to fifty four. That's the are FDA markets summary for this Friday morning. I'm Jim Taylor. The r f d. Radio network. Good morning. This is Dan Hicks from free sodas weather with you early morning weather update on the RFID radio network for this Friday morning. Daytime highs in the seventies and eighties where again, common across most of the midwest yesterday with a few spots reaching ninety degrees. Once again, a large part of the northern central midwest did not have any significant rain, the past twenty four hours. There was greater coverage of some scattered showers and thunderstorms in the southern midwest, including a few areas of southern Illinois. Most locations, though, did not report major rainfall amounts. Similar days expected over the area today with large part of the midwest. Having dry weather, there will be some scattered showers and thunderstorms developing, though, once again in the, the southern third of the region, including the southern third of Illinois, especially this afternoon into the seething these thunderstorm chances will advance a little farther north over the southern half of Illinois on Saturday, while areas farther to the north. Stay mainly dry. A new weather system. Moving in from the northwest will bring chances. For showers thunderstorms to a larger part of the midwest during the second half of the weekend into Monday. It looks like total rainfall amounts through Sunday night in early Monday in the quarter to one inch range. We'll be fairly common across much of Illinois that will be the potential for few heavier amounts in the far south and southeast possibly a few lighter amounts in northwest, Illinois gestures, will stay above normal across the region into Saturday with some cooler air moving in from the northwest behind the weekend system. A few days of dry, cooler, weather, our forecast over the midwest early next week with temperatures dropping back below normal, and it looks like six to ten day, readings below average, near to below normal across most of the midwest. Once again, a few dry days, our forecast over the region early next week. But again, no long dry spells are seen in the midwest. Some rain will likely return to the region for the middle part of the week with six to ten day. Rainfall amounts near to above normal. Dan Hicks from freeze notice weather. We know you want the best for your family. We do too. That's why Illinois farmers continually look for new ways to help. 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The Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The AP says by made the declaration, Thursday, folly, two days of intense scrutiny and criticism from rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden said, keeping hide would prevent poem from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day. At least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow, but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun law advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon waas, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It's important to remember that it had just the mass shooting the school shooting. It's the daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city centres, and in world communities, herbicides and suicide, the like Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present a danger to others or themselves. The US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion any other nation and higher death rate than any other developed nation in the world. The gun violence. Orca shows forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week, the US House pass legislation that would provide more than two million people a path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream and promise act includes so-called, dreamers who entered the country as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases re-applying protections every eighteen months. So the government already knows them, they're employed, their key members of our community and right now, they're facing deportation, and seperation from their home, and their children, as President Trump looks and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lacked additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate. And with the legislative session, join to close Bill that would right. New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals law has gained some critical support the climate community Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times, and now with democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica opne Mahar with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New York, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe stronger legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable. Low income communities. I'm envious. Reporting late this week. Governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act. A priority for this legislative session. Finally are natty rob Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the dorm bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill they learned heads only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a privilege to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by the on say Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Conception of CPR is am I going to get trouble? Am I going to call form to remind so that they are they are protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that. The people who are assisting in the -mergency are actually immune from liability research, by the American Heart Association has found hands. Only CPR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double or triple a person's chance of survival in this debated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the innovative CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association. I'm by Clifford. Thanks. Wrapping up your week with public do service. We are member listener supported Iran line at public do service star awards. Did you know twenty two Americans die each day waiting for organ transplants most of them for kidneys? The good news is that matching donors dot com helping to change that matching donors dot com. A five a one c three nonprofit organization that links organ donors with people in desperate need of. Kidneys and other transplants. And now you don't need to donate a kidney to save a life. 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He checked his transcription twice before he left his post. He knew he was good. Very good. In fact, but he didn't wanna get this one wrong Dodd did for d a single digit for e Di da for a and then another d d a d the young airman removed, as headphones and contemplated. The impact of what he had just learned the most the Torius mass murderer in the history of the world was dead. And right now, he was the only American who knew it. He rose stiffly and shook out the kinks the long lonely hours hunched over the receiver were wearing on his back and hips. He walked to superiors office and entered without knocking this annoyed his superior. But the code breaker was. Never much for protocol. I have some news said the code breaker, and I have a door said the superior maybe you'd care to knock on it before entering the code breaker just stood and waited, his soon to be trademarked snarl curled across his rugged face. Is there something you need, airmen, not particularly replied, the code, breaker, in his distinctive baritone? I just thought your boss might like to know that Joseph Stalin is dead. The psychopath responsible for more than fifty million murders was gone, and the Soviet Union was for the moment without a leader, what that meant for the United States was far beyond the codebreakers, pay grade. But he knew the truth would take just a few minutes to find its way all the way across the North Atlantic and into president Eisenhower's. Hands hours later. It would be the headline in every newspaper around the world back home in Arkansas, his friends, and family would read all about it. But none of them would ever know it was he who unlocked, the secret, I it's funny thought the code breaker. How fast news travel, once you put it in a language everybody can understand. The Arman return to his great Hubel and resumed his shift. He listens for new information hidden in the static. But heard nothing. So he wrote a plaintiff letter to his girl back home, nothing about his work. Of course, that was forbidden, and he knew his letters would be read carefully, by the censors. He just told her he loved her, and Mr. and look forward to the day when his time was once again, his own later, though, as he lay awake in his steel bunk. Pondering, the gray walls, and the bad food, the restricted privileges, and the officious bosses that call the shots his thoughts returned to the hidden code that announce the death of a murderer on his guitar he repeated the rhythm on the a string before, finally drifting off did dot didata did Dada. The next day in what can only be called a happy coincidence, for music fans around the world. The men of the twelfth radio squadron were treated to a film. It was a movie about another group of men stuck together far from home. They too were living in tight quarters. They too were confined against their will, and they too were desperately lonely. The code breaker understood their pain and resolve to put it into a language that everybody else could understand that night, the young airman who missed his sweetheart and yearn to escape his post. In Germany, reached again, for his old guitar, and captured the nuances and rhythms of loneliness and isolation, translating them into a melody recognized today around the world. Did dot dot dot did Dada. You know, as a country music legend with three hall of fame inductions, nine CMA awards and seventeen Grammy's, but back on March fifth nineteen fifty three he was just a homesick Ehrman far from friends and family who just happened to figure out the Joseph Stalin was dead before the rest of the world, the code breaker, who shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die. The man in black, who songs would forever change country music, along with Folsom, prison and a good deal. More than that. The man you know, as Johnny cash anyway, that's the way I heard. 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The brothers had bickered over everything the economy immigration taxes, race relations the future of the supreme court, and, of course, the border, their arguments were heated, but respectful it was difficult for Ed though, because as kid brother had been sedan smug. Like so many in the entertainment business, he had seen the election as a fait comple- ED's. Little brother not only believed the democrat would win he believed victory would arrive in a landslide all the pundits said, so all the pollsters said, so and all the media agreed. Well on November eighth all that, when out the window to ED's, great relief and his brothers abject horror, the Republican prevailed now a few weeks after the most contentious election in American history. Ed was trying not to gloat. So he concentrated on his Turkey. Has his little brother called for an end to the electoral college enjoyed his mother's candied yams as his little brother bemoaned, the future of the first amendment, and the fate of the supreme court. But when his little brother loudly predicted the end of America's democracy and proclaimed to everyone in the room that the buffoon in the Oval Office was not his president. Ed pushed back the election is over. He said, the American people have spoken and like it or not. He is your president now. Please shut up and pass the gravy. Ed's little brother pass the gravy, but he did not shut up. He offered instead and impassioned warning against the perils of dictatorships. He implored everyone at the table to resist the coming, police state and beg them to defend the Bill of rights. Lest advantage from existence under the despot now in charge with each new sentence. His face grew more and more. Flushed, his voice rose higher higher like a Shakespearean actor addressing the last row of a sold out theater, the man is a tyrant. I tell you a tyrant at on my honor. He will never be my president with that ED's little brother, leapt to his feet and stomped off into the night. Slamming the door so hard a picture fell off the wall, Ed side apologized to his guests and turned his attention. Back to the Turkey later, Ed would find a line in his brother's diary that. Stuck with him. It read fame fame fame. I must have it. I must have fame at wondered if maybe the divide between them might have been more than political, because even though both brothers were talented actors only Ed was famous. It was Ed who traveled to Europe and toured the United States. It was Ed whose name appeared on Broadway marquees. It was Ed who basked in the glow of critical reviews after playing the role of hamlet for one hundred consecutive nights. And it was egged, who statue was erected in Gramercy park, the first American actor to be honored in such a way. So why is Edward forgotten today, because five months after ruining thanksgiving dinner edge younger, brother gave a performance that would forever upstage his older brother. And shock the entertainment industry. It was only a cameo with a single line but he delivered it with unforgettable passion, like Shakespearean actor addressing the last row of sold out theater. Seek Semper to Rinus, thus always to tyrants. It was a curious thing to say about a president who wanted to make America great again. Unless of course you wanted a different kind of America but divided America America, where one man could legally own another man. That's why at the end of America's long and bloody civil war ED's. Little brother left onto the stage at Ford's theatre and delivered his one line seconds after shooting tyrant named ABRAHAM LINCOLN. That's why today we barely remember Ed, the former a list celebrity whose name was once the toast of Broadway lives now forever in the shadow of his younger, sibling, a lesser known talents, who dreamt of fame, but settled for infamy, the murderous little brother of Edwin booth, whose full name no longer bears repeating. Anyway, that's the way I heard it. The way I heard it is brought to you by ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire, you know, business and in hiring, they're smart moves and moves in art. So smart reinvesting profits in your business. That's smart getting bogged down with reviewing tons of resumes when you need to hire. That's not smart. That's why I use it for cruiser their powerful technology scans thousands of resumes. Identifies applicants with the right skills, and actively invites them to apply for your job. It's genius. You got qualified candidates fast. Right now. My listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free. That's a peculiar dot com slash row. That's Zip Recruiter dot com slash R. O W E ZipRecruiter. They really are the smartest way to hire. This is the way I heard it. The new governor looked down from the podium and considered his legacy. He wanted to be remembered as a great leader tough, but fair Amana faith who lived by the courage of his convictions. But right now that legacy was in question hundreds of angry. Protesters were occupying the capital and it was clear. They were not going home anytime soon, what to do send in the troops and risk a PR disaster, were given to the demands of an unruly mob. The trouble had begun five days earlier, when the governor hung, several large banners in the town square. Each banner featured, a commandment the most important commandment of the mall in his opinion. It was a risky move as a politician. The governor understood the danger of publicly declaring his faith, but as a leader, he wanted the people to understand that his devotion to a higher power. Was sincere at first the governor was relieved by the reaction, a few nonbelievers shouted insults toward the capital, but not much else on the second day, though, the protesters returned in greater numbers and demanded the banners. Come down naturally. The governor refused that kind of weakness was out of the question. However, the governor was a reasonable man and address the protesters directly from the podium high above the capitol steps, he spoke to the angry mob, about his faith, and encourage them to follow his example, for it is, in his name said the governor and by his grace that peace and prosperity will come to this. Untamed land. The protesters were not convinced they didn't share the governor's faith, and they did not disperse soon. They were joined by others. And then by others after that. And now after five days of simmering discontent the prospect of danger was both clear and present the young governor had to make a decision. He had to show the people who was really in charge behind the capital, the troops awaited orders. The governor figured the rabble would likely scatter at the first sight of his militia, but he knew many would resist, and he knew that many would die. But he also knew that history would remember him as a governor who was tough, but fair Amana faith who stood by the courage of his convictions. The governor gave the order and the soldiers marched toward the mob weapons trained on hundreds of protesters, but then a curious thing, happened, the protesters didn't scatter nor did they resist. They simply sat down before sit ins were even thing, the exhausted men drop to their knees, right there in the dirt link their arms together, and dared the governor's men to kill them where they set the soldiers, raise their weapons and waited for the final command the governor stared down from his vantage point high above the unfolding drama. He gazed across the square. The offending banner that had caused all the trouble hanging limp in the breeze 'less afternoon. He thought again about his legacy, and then the governor blinked he called off his soldiers and removed. The offending banners later in the quietude of the capital, his advisors congratulated him for defusing a deadly situation with no bloodshed they called him prudent and merciful, maybe he'd be remembered today for those same qualities were it, not for another protest, a few years later, a protest where the governor would once again, appease, another angry mob, and assure his legacy once and for all by, then, of course, no one was really surprised because the citizens knew exactly what kind of man, there governor was a man who would tear down the banners that proclaimed his devotion to a higher power. The same banners that broadcast, the most important commandment of all hail Caesar. After all, if the people could get their governor to betray his own emperor, who knows what else they could get this guy to do this governor of Judea this man. They called punches pilot. Anyway, that's the way I heard. Early to bed early derives makes a man healthy wealthy, and wise and all was Benjamin Franklin. So you think. Lecture, they can poss- through metal Franklin go flag that. Keith. The bifocals been invented. The Franklin stove. From the foundation for a better life. Paid Steve via for the Illinois Broadcasters Association. And in a recent survey, the Illinois emergency management agency, was asked to name the top five items that every Illinois family needs to have their homes, emergency disaster. Kick check out these answers water Kalia without it number two non perishable food, well after all Amang got eat. Right. Number three, weather, radio and make sure you got fresh batteries to number four flashlight. Even more reason to have fresh batteries. 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Welcome to the news, where the all the day's news in less than ten minutes, fast, fair fund, and on the go. I'm Erica Mandy, thanks so much for being here you ready. Let's do this. Another round of negotiations today as Mexico tries to avoid tariffs. The country is offering its military, but the US wants more. Remember, President Trump plans hit Mexico with five percent tariffs on all goods starting as soon as Monday. That's because he wants Mexico to help stop people from coming into the US illegally. Mexico, does not wanna see those tariffs happen. The Wall Street Journal says Mexican officials are pledging to send six thousand national guardsmen to its border with water Malla that's an entry point for a lot of Central American migrants as they make their way through Mexico and to the US, but US officials are pushing for more, they want to see changes to the asylum rules. The New York Times says they won't migrants to have to seek asylum in the first foreign country, they enter after leaving their homes, for example, Guatemalans would apply for a Silom in Mexico rather than continuing onto the US at this point. US lawmakers are focused on the tariffs, though, in both sides of the aisle are pretty much against them. Republican lawmakers have even said they might try to block the tear. If it does come to that, but we'll see how toxic. Oh today. Stay tuned. Some sad news out of New York. At least one West Point. Cadet is dead and more than twenty cadets and soldiers were hurt from a military truck flipping over officials. There say that's not common and they're still working to figure out the exact cause the US military academy at West Point is one of five US service academies, in the country, and we see news reports cadets were on their way to a training exercise. When the truck rolled. For the first time a New York City police Commissioner formerly said he sorry for the stonewall inn, raid, the rate happened fifty years ago, and is known as a turning point in the gay rights movement in June, nineteen sixty-nine police raided the stone while in a gay club in New York City. NPR says police typically harassed the club, but that night they were hoping to shut it down for good that raid led to six days, violence and protests and sparked the modern movement for LGBTQ rights, vox reports in the past police commissioners, have not apologized saying it wasn't needed because the passes in the past. But now the current Commissioner says the raid was wrong, and it should have never happened. Although the AP reports critics think this apology took too long. A massive pride celebration is planned for later this month in the city to commemorate, the stonewall riots. It's visual now cell phone carriers. Can now block robocalls by default. The FCC new rule gives phone companies permission to assume you want those scam calls stopped USA today reports phone companies have tried to stop the robo calls in the past, but either you the customer had to opt in for it and didn't know you needed to do that, or the companies weren't so sure if it was actually legal. Well, the FCC cleared it up this week carriers Ken now block robocalls. Although you must still have the option to opt out in case for some reason, you still want those calls at this point, the Wall Street Journal reports and nothing in the policy stops carriers from charging customers to do this, but it is up to the companies, the FCC expects phone companies to have the tech up and running by the end of the year. The people women's World Cup starts today in France CBS sports says twenty four nations will compete for the trophy over the next four weeks. The US women's national team is one of the favorites to win. 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Amazon founder Jeff, Bezos says he thinks robots will soon be as good at grasping items as humans are, which apparently is a big challenge for robots right now. That means somewhere house jobs could be automated. Maybe in as little as ten years, raider, says bazo talked about this during Amazon's conference in Las Vegas this week. But Amazon has always said it automation as a way to help its workers, not eliminate them. We'll see. Starting next month. You can take an Uber helicopter. But only if you're in New York City, the verge says the new right is called Uber copter, and you can book one right on Uber's app. The helicopter can hold five people and for now only flies between JFK airport, and lower Manhattan that flight. We'll take about eight minutes, and it will cost you about two hundred bucks. By the way, you have to be an Uber platinum or diamond member to book that trip over says the helicopter is the first real demonstration of its flying car project Hoover has competition, though a new service called blade offer something similar. The Obamas are getting into the podcast world, the verge reports. They signed a multi year deal with Spotify Brock and Michelle Obama will make podcast exclusively for the streaming service through their production company higher ground. There aren't a lot of details about the podcast yet, but Michelle Obama says, she hopes they'll help people connect emotionally and open their minds and hearts earlier this year. The Obamas made a similar deal with Netflix for films and TV shows they plan to make several series and features so far. We don't know any of the release dates. The biggest night in Broadway. Is this weekend? The twenty nineteen Tony awards air on Sunday. Billboard says James corden is hosting we'll stars like Sarah Burrell's Tina Fey unjust, Grogan will present awards. Of course, there will be plenty of singing many will perform including the cast of Beetlejuice the share show and Oklahoma, as for wards the prominent Tootsie are up for best musical while kiss me Kate, and Oklahoma are nominated for best revival. By the way, it was a great year for Broadway Rolling Stone says the Broadway season broke attendance and box office records hitting two billion dollars in ticket sales. You can catch the Tonys on CBS at eight eastern time Sunday. When you're stressed your dog could be to AP reports. Swedish researchers studied the cortisol levels of nearly sixty people in their border collies, and sheepdogs cortisol is chemical released when you're stressed or researchers found both the dogs and the owners had similar cortisol levels. 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And of course, whenever we under the word of God, we always want to go with prior, so let's do by our hearts. Father. We thank you for this fabulous book. We thank you for Luke's unique perspectives. We thank you for making these available to us. We pray father that your Holy Spirit would open our hearts and live to what you have here for us that we each may grow in grace, in the knowledge of our coming king as we commit this hour and ourselves into your hands in the name of your Shula. Amen. Well, we're the twenty four th chapter of Luke's, one of my favorite chapters. Full of surprises. It has it's humorous dimension. So we'll just jump right on in and it's the final week of the ministry of Jesus on the earth. And as we look through all of these, I've encouraged each time that you would look at the study the peril, passages were obviously in chapter twenty four the last chapter of Luke, in the last chapter of Matthew, twenty eight last chapter Mark are parallel passages that encourage you to compare and study because each one has things the others miss, and it makes it very colorful. And of course, Jon spends most of his gospel on the final week last two chapters of his thing, chapter twenty four concludes the gospel of Luke. And it also sets up, as you know, he's a shrewd he's author because he sets up the sequel, and so if you enjoyed the book of Luke, you will love the book of acts, which is volume two of the book of Luke so to speak. So keep that in mind as you think these things. The, the resurrection is our primary topic and boy does that engage a number of related topics. It's the dominant climactic truth of the gospel. That's what distinguishes the Christian gospel from every other religion on the planet earth is that it's founder rose from the dead and is alive today. Frank dre tip ller from study of physics and thermodynamics determined to things. He was a unbeliever atheist. He discovered two things that startled him. He did it strictly from his understanding of the laws of physics and mathematics. The first is that there is a God, you say, well, no kidding. How, how smart is that? Well don't knock it. There's a lot of PHD's and physics grasp by that have gone that far but the second thing that he concluded from his studies physics that all life is destined for a resurrection. And if you have Vance tools and math, you might find it provocative to take a look at his discoveries in line. In of reasoning from his fields of science bear in mind talking about a secular scientist air, but has come to those conclusions in his book. He wrote a book called the physics of immortality modern cosmology, God and the resurrection of the dead. You might find that a provocative read. But in any case, Luke twenty four, of course, covers the resurrection we've been through the last supper, we've been through a semi the six trials three Hebrew in three Roman trials, the abuse, the crucifixion and the death. Our Lord, twenty four is, what is the validating experience the resurrection of the entire book of acts volume two of Luke. So to speak is on the resurrection of Jesus Christ. All that happens because he rose from the net. Jesus appeared surprise, maybe make list. Obviously, Mary magnum John twenty the other women that are mentioned in Matthew twenty eight the men on the road to amass and we're gonna look at that here. Shortly. It's one of my I think one of them delightful. Experiences in an era in the in the New Testament. And of course, he appeared directly to Peter to his brother James Postles, minus Thomas, the apostles with Thomas and the seven disciples up of the seashore in Galilee. So let's just jump in verse one not on the first day of the week, very early in the morning. They came onto the separator, excuse me, the last few verses of chapter twenty three dealt with a women. That's the context, you're picking up. When you go to chapter twenty four when they say they came to this epoch, and the group of women bringing spices that they had prepared and certain others with them, this is now this is Sunday morning. We would call it. It's the feast of first fruits it celebrated on the morning after Shibat after Passover. That's how it's defined ludicrous. Twenty-three see Passover can be any day of the week and the day after starts the feast of bread. And depending whether what? They are the week. It might be that would determine its whichever it is. There is a Chabad after it later in that week. So it's the day after Chabad. That's the first day in day, we look at the counter this, then they celebrate first fruits, so in this particular time when the smoke is rising up at the temple feast, the first fruits a group of women discovering an empty tomb in, in the garden. And so the seven of Moses are prophetic there, obviously, commemorative historically, but there are also preventing tells explains that to us in Colossians chapter two so they're not only predictive they are fulfilled. The thing that predicting is fulfilled today. They're observed. And so the Passover was Passover, and so on. And so that's an interesting thing to really analyze as you study, the seven feet of Moses. Jesus rose on the day of the feast, the first fruits, and that's just L. Example, it predicted as being the first fruits and he actually became the first fruits on the day it was observed, so. Okay, we're the first day of the week, very early in the morning came to bring the spices, they prepared and certain others rhythm, Mary, Magdalene Joanna and Mary, the mother James who probably may have been also one of them was the wife of Cleopa million counter him count to her this afternoon. They found the stone rolled away from the Sepah. You wonder what, how were they planning to get through? Not only was sealed, but it was had had any police guard. But when they got there, that was a non problem, it was rolled away, and it was open and came to pass the energy and found the body of Jesus. Jesus came to pass as they were much perplex to their about behold, two men stood by them in shining garments, these are what we would call angels, but they look like men. There are two angels in Matthew and Mark. Mark only mentions one of the two who gave the message to the women. And as they were afraid and bowed down their faces to the earth. They said they said under the girls. Why seek Ye the living among the dead? He's not here. But he is risen remember how he speak unto you. When he was yet in Galilee really quite remarkable to go back in the Texans. See how many times Jesus made reference to this, and they didn't get it. They thought it was allegory idiom. Are they didn't pick up I think women did by the way, some of the women did the guys out to lunch. You girls you always have twice right? This is the bible has been ally ally, you know, and so forth. Anyway. Okay. Downer. Seven saying the sun, the these agents, the son of man must be delivered into the hands of central men and be crucified, and the third day rise again, more than once these told him that he would suffer that he died was raising the dead and you go through and you compile a whole bunch of those examples you do that on your own. It's move on. And they remembered the women that is, they remembered his words and they returned from the Sepah car and told all these things onto the eleven and to all the rest. And by the way, that upper room, you're talking, probably a hundred twenty people, the twelve were there and do this left, of course that night. But here now because Judas disqualified himself the Levin is really a title that would be the right number, but it's a title and all the rest, and it was Mary Magdalene and Joanna and Mary, the mother of James and the other women that were with him, which told these things into the apostles. Predictably their word seem to them as idle tales and they believe them, not the Jewish mind. The male mind tends to disregard the women they can't testify in court not counted in tallies. That's part of the culture thing. So this is consistent with that they probably weren't insulting, but they didn't buy these words seem to them as idle tales and they believe them, not later. Jesus going to rebuke them for their own belief, by the way. And that's Mark sixteen. Mary, Magdalene, ask Peter Jon to examine the tomb for themselves. You don't believe has go check it out. Right. And that's John twenty so picking up an in Lucan verse twelve then arose, Peter and ran into the Sepah Kurds. Stooping down he beheld close laid by themselves and departed. Wondering and himself at that which had come to come to pass, so Peter and his impulsive way haram. Check it all out and he gets there. He he referenced to the clothes laying there, but still puzzled at what's really going on here. Mary lingered, though, we and then Jesus himself appears to her, and she recognize him eh. I this all in John twenty very interesting account, she turns, you're looking in there and sees Jesus and thinks he's the gardener. So that was a strange experience because this was not a stranger. She loved him and being there he isn't that far away. And yet, she doesn't recognize him until she listens carefully to his voice, when he says, Mary, and then she realizes who it is and worship. Well, now we pick up at verse thirteen this narrative of what's got to be one of the most provocative bible studies in history. The whole two of them that two disciples win bed. Same day to a village called a May US, which was from the Jerusalem about three score furlongs realize you people don't wanna furloughing unless you play the horses get into that here. That's a measure at very straightforward furlong in the Greek. It's a stadium. It's a measure of distance, equal to six hundred six feet nine inches. So anybody Holloway's furlong now, you know, six hundred six feet nine inches for those that don't know, basically though, what we're talking about here is roughly seven miles three score for longs is technically six point eight nine miles. I'm going to say it's come using seven miles, as a reasonable approximation. That's quite a hike. They took from Jerusalem to the village and the maze to the west of Jerusalem. And love the scene. They talked together of all these things, which had happened. Get these disciples. It's been a rough food as all the terror and all the and they're, they're frightened that are coming on. They talked to all these things happen. And it came to pass that, while they commune together in reasoned, Jesus himself, drew near and he went with them. But verse sixteen has a mystery behind their eyes were holding that they should not know him. I don't know what that means. Whatever it means is relieved in verse thirty one whether some kind of supernatural blindness, or whether it's just the psychology of the moment, let's just table that concern for the moment, it's, but it's very significant that for whatever reason they didn't realize he was. He was a stranger and what I find really humorous is the way he handles that, you know, we were doing shooting script and making movie this hard to resist temptation. Hey guys, it's me. You know, doesn't do that. It's not just what he does. He said to them. What manner of communications are these that you have one to another as you walk in our sad? You know, hey guys bothering you and one of them whose name Cleophas answering said and him are only a stranger Jerusalem. Chess has not now known the things which are come to pass their in these days or Ann Arbor, naturally. Where were you fellow? Where have you been? Have you seen a paper for out so clear peasants companion? His wife was name was Mary, according to ninety twenty five and it's possible. She might have been one of the companions. He also may have been the Elvis who is the father father in law, James, James the less in Mark fifteen and the disciple. It's mission Matthew tin. Those are speculations. We're not sure James might have been his companion. That's a possibility. But we don't know anyone moving on. But I love this. They say to him where have you been fella? He's them, what things. I can't resist but next commission point after that my vital because he. Here. He took some interesting composure to come off that way. Because in the last few days, he's been arrested. Tried abused killed crucified and for three days. Now. He's raised what happening what things what things. Senate him concerning. Jesus of Nazareth, which was a prophet mighty indeed and word before God and all the people and how the chief priests or rulers delivered him to be condemned to death then have crucified him but we trust that had been, he should have redeem Israel decide. All this today is the third day since these things were done. Yeah. In certain women also company made us astonished which were early the soccer when they found his body. They came saying that they'd also seen a vision of angels, which said that he was alive. Say, hey dick, Tracy, don't you recognize me and sort of which this went to the separate founded even so as women said, but him they so there, this is Luke's summary of the summary. They gave the stranger but it's got to be. That's got to be interesting episode in my mind. Then Jesus speaks, okay enough already. Then he said unto them. Oh, rules, strong language fools and slow of heart to believe all the prophets have spoken ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and enter into his glory, notice that sentence. He is still referring to himself in the third person. It doesn't say, hey, it's me guys. He saying you guys haven't done your homework isn't Christ supposed to have done all those things. He's he sculpting him like a schoolmaster on Christ of summer, these things, and to enter into his glory. It's matter. You guys. So he reigns incognito innocence. He uses the third person pronoun. And so here's this other interesting verse and beginning at Moses and all the prophets. He expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself. That's quite a study. That's a lot to conclude in seven mile hike because he starts at Moses and that's important, we know here is nother, one of these many confirmations that Moses wrote the Torah. The first five books of the bible, but he's beginning at Moses and all the prophets and later, that night, it's going to say all the province and the psalms, they're included here. He expounded them in all the scriptures. That's a long reference. Shane. And they're on a walk. Do they have a copy with him or is he just leading on the fact that they were all familiar enough with scriptures to make references whatever, but into all the scriptures the things concerning himself? And among other things this is validation of who wrote to tour. We want and beginning at Moses and all the prophets expounded to them all the scriptures including things all the scriptures. What's over things written a four-time Paul tells us in Romans very important verse in the facility, the Romans by Paul Romans fifteen four. You wanna be careful. There are people that indulge in what somebody might call exclusive truth. You want to be careful of those interpretations that foreclosed a portion of the scriptures from you because this is one of the rebuttals to that right here. What's so ever things written a four-time were a written for our learning that we through the patient and cover the scriptures might have hope whatsoever things. It's all relevant, and one of the discoveries you need to make personally. Is that every detail every number every place in the bible is they're deliberately? And that from that insight you off to make huge discoveries. The Rotem has seven mile bible study covering all the scriptures. That means you talk, probably started in Genesis three with the seat of the woman. The I promise of the messiah the Abraham offering Isaac, which is a model of all that happened here. And Abraham knew that so names, the place prophetically, and of course, the whole background of the Passover would be part of this picture. The tabernacle is erected in the wilderness, and the serpent the brazen, in the road that whole thing, which Jesus explains. The nickname is a foreshadowing of how Jesus was to be raised up in the three psalm. Twenty two psalm. Sixteen you know is part of that walk. Because Jesus Christ is on every page, and I challenge you to challenge you to challenge that statement as you go through your rival, and they do knife onto the village after the seven miles okay with they went and he made as though he would have gone further, but they constrained him the insisting they insisted him savored. They can stream saying abide with us for the toward evening, and the day is far spin, and he went into Terry with them, cool, but something strange happens came to pass as he sat at meet with them. He took bread and blessed it and break it and gave it to them. That's a violation of etiquette. He's the guest. That's the job of the host. He just takes over. He took the bread and blessed and break to his as he gave it to them. They make a discovery. Who's in charge here? Always in charge. We know that. Jesus had nail prints. Thomas solid, snail Princeton. John twenty Zachariah predicted is echo Ryan, twelve ten they should look me whom they pierced John, the Baptist speaks. Archie me. John in revelation is the lamb as it'd had been slain. John, the Baptist into introduces him as the Passover lamb the only man made things in heaven, the only things in having that are manmade are scars his saying the Lord is risen indeed and hath appeared to Simon and they told what things were done in the way and how he was known of them in the breaking bread. See when they get together that night. Lord appeared to Simon apparently with the thing that tipped them off, who is having dinner with him. He was known of them in the breaking of the bread. How is that the apparently when he broke the bread? They saw the nail prints. And that's when they realized who had been with them for those seven miles. Can you imagine? Dole. What things were done in the way, how he was known of them in the breaking bread. And then there is were opened and they knew him and the minute they knew him. He finishes. Out of their sight. He is they're going to go back to Jerusalem. And when they're all together behind locked doors. He's going to here, which puts us right into another topic say, he was physical, tangible and localized. That's gonna show up at night, when, when they they get Shuki varies is I'm not a spirit. Handle me and see spirit does not inflection bones. You see, he's physical. He's tangible handle. He's localized. He's there. He's not there was some kind of spirit, he is there. Okay. The resurrected Christ physical, tangible the capable of disappeared walking through walls. That's rough stuff here. Resurrected Christ, we're dealing suddenly in that he's hyper dimensional talk about that a little bit here. But any case as they discover who he was? And then he disappears they said, one to another did not our heart burn within us while he talked with us, by the way. And while he opened to us the scriptures they reflect on that seven mile hike. They must have really shook them up to suddenly, realize that Lord had walked with him and taught them as they went and a mysterious thing that they didn't recognize it. We'll talk more about that before the hours over, and they rose up the same hour and returned to Jerusalem. Take another seven mile going back return to Jewish and found the eleven gathered together and then that we're with them there's more than the eleven the title of the group. Saying Lord is risen indeed and have appeared assignment and they told what things were done in the way and how is known them in the breaking bread. And as they dust, speak Jesus himself stood in the midst of them and send them peace be unto you now for them to be surprised not a problem. But notice they were terrified. They were terrified in a frightening and suppose that they'd seen the spirit. He said them. Why are you troubled? Why do thoughts arise in your hearts, behold? My hands and my feet that it is. I myself handle me and see for spirit half not flesh and bones. And as you see me. Then say flesh and blood, by the way, it's flood shit flesh. See me have. So he's not a spirit here. He's tangible is a tangible person. He's challenging them be touched handled and felt. Okay. That gives rise to a couple of other things to come at here in John first John one doing, John opens his first letter as we reckon, it that which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon and our hands of handled of the word of life. Joining writing his letter makes reference the fact they handled him, he's physical. On the one hand, something else will get into in the third chapter of that letter. He it's one of my favorite verses in his letters. John says beloved now are we the sons of God and does not yet appear what we shall be, but we know that when he shall appear. We shall be like him why for we shall see him as he is. And I believe that's a statement of dimensionality, we're not gonna see a representation of what is like a two dimensional picture, three mental person or something that we're going to see we shall be like him because we shall see him as he is whatever dimensionality, he enjoys. We will do what it saying while, that's, that's, that's a lot there. We know that when he shall appear we'll be like him. And we shall see him as he is. So this introduces a sidebar so to speak on this topic about hyper dimensionality, hyper dimensions that simply spaces more than three dimensions. That's term, we think of three mental space length with Heith. We experience three special mentions dimensions more than three are called hyper dimensions special study. If you have a box that has six sides for wall to Florida ceiling can you enter and leave that box without passing through one of those six is the answer's yes, you and he did he shows up among them, and he also later disappears, that's hyper dimensional travel is apparently very realistic here. The more you know, about our physical world, the more natural that seems. This same solid because it's an allusion to digital electrical simulation. That's getting all that here hyperspace, simply voice more than three mentions. We live in three dimensions. And we're usually limit our imaginations to three DR objects, mathematicians engineers work with more than that all the time. But the special tools to do that. It's look at Paul's writing Fiji's three seventy nine hundred hundred pulses that Christ may dwell on your hearts by faith that he being rooted and grounded in love may be able to comprehend with All Saints. What is the breath length the depth and the height and to know the love of Christ Church passes knowledge that be filled with all the fullness of God? Now, Paul is talking about spiritual things here. But notice what he stumbled into here? He lists, how many divisions breath length, depth and height four and one of those Greek term for time, four dimensions. That's in your bible, Einstein made, you know side of history, the twentieth, century. The theory of relativity BASI basically discovering that we did in just three. You've been listening to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of Cornelia house and Cornyn institute, today's bible teacher was Dr Chuck, Mr. teaching through the gospel, according to Lu for a complete listing of resources available. Please visit k house dot org. You could also call us at one eight hundred K house one to learn more about going in it's too toot. Visit coin institute dot org. 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Some days you wake up ready to attack the day and other days, if you like crawling, back into bed, and pulling the covers over your head sound familiar. Well today on insight for living, Chuck's dole continues, his study in the book of Philippians called laugh, again, we're talking about how to experience outrageous joy as the sun came up this morning. It's possible. Your first thoughts revolved around a personal crisis. Maybe there's someone who's disappointed you very thought is suppressing your smile. Well, you'll appreciate the practical help head from politicains chapter one. I don't know if you've found this out or not. But I've discovered that the pursuit of happiness is usually a hunt for greener grass. If only I head, we often say or maybe we think if only I could on and on those if only go, but everyone who nibbles on someone else's grass eventually gets a stomach ache. What we need then. Isn't another greener lawn to nibble on, but a completely different way of defining happiness. Happiness isn't out there in the circumstances of life. It's really in here. Down deep in our attitudes about life. Think about that, happiness quite simply is a choice, a choice to pursue possessions or to pursue a person that's with a capital, p and each of us faces this choice, every day, we live. Amend named Paul who lived in the first century gives us some insights for making the right choices in his little, but powerful letter to the Philippians somewhat you to turn with me to this letter Philippians chapter one, I want to begin reading at verse twelve down through verse twenty one. Listen, closely Philippians chapter one beginning at verse twelve. Now, I want you to know brethren that my circumstances have turned out for the greater progress of the gospel, so that my imprisonment in the cause of Christ has become well, noon throughout the whole Pretorious guard and to everyone else, and that most of the brethren trusting in the Lord because of my imprisonment have far more courage to speak, the word of God, without fear. Some to be sure, or preaching Christ even from envy, and strife, but some also from goodwill. The latter do it out of love, knowing that I'm pointed for the defense of the gospel, the former proclaimed Christ out of selfish ambition rather than from pure motives, thinking to cause me distress in my imprisonment. Who've what then only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth Christ is proclaimed and in this, I rejoice. Yes. And I will rejoice Verano that this will turn out for my deliverance through your prayers, and the provision of the spirit of Jesus Christ, according to my earnest expectation and hope that I will not be put to shame in anything, but that with all boldness Christ will even now as always be exalted in my body, whether by life or by death for to me to live is Christ. And to die is gain. You're listening to insight for living to search the scriptures with Chuck swindle, be sure to download his searching, the scripture studies by going to incite world dot org slash studies. And now the message called what a way to live some of you were children of the of the sixties and into the seventies others of you were children of the fifties. I was a child of the thirties and of the forties. And I remember when I first said that to our children is they were old enough to understand. They stared disbelieving at me across the table and one asked daddy did. They catch up when you were a little boy. Yes, I was happy to tell them they also had the wheel electricity and other advanced technology. But what they didn't have was television television. And if you are of my vintage, you remember that what you did for pastime was listened to some of the great radio dramas and comedy shows of, of the thirties and the forties like the green hornet, and the lone ranger and gang busters, Jack Armstrong, the all American boy, and lemon Abner in Amos, and Andy and fibber McGee and Molly Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. But if you if we were really good, and if we got our homework done, we would be allowed to sit up on Friday night, and listen to inner sanctum. Which got us the scared we couldn't go to sleep till midnight. But my favorite of all the radio shows was a. I don't know why. But it was it was always listen to it was called Mr. district attorney, your member that, in fact, the announcer. Every time he introduced the show us the same lines and, and I'm memorized, those lines, and he talked about Mr. district attorney, the champion of Justice, the advocate of the people, the defender of our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and I would get up and I would say those words as announcer would say, sort of snotty, little kid when I was that age. Growed up. I'll have discovered that those lines, the pursuit of happiness. In fact, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are not just words that appeared on an old radio show. But they come directly from one of our greatest of all documents. Our declaration of independence, written by Thomas Jefferson. And the full paragraph. Reads we hold these truths to be self evident that all men created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Well, now, those may be our rights, and we may indeed. We are willing to die for those rights. But now that I'm a man and if had time to think about those last three words, I question that happiness comes as a result of a pursuit. When was the last time you really found joy? Outside yourself. What is there that we can pursue that will bring the kind of satisfaction, and joy of which the declaration speaks? Nothing. Nothing, nothing with the price, tag brings lasting joy. No possession, no choice of friend or mate. Joy is a choice. It's the result of a decision that one makes to be happy. You see, I think if there is any pursuit, it, it's an internal pursuit. It is an inner journey. That leads one to joy regardless of external. Circumstances. GW target in a fine short story entitled the window. Illustrates perfectly. There were once two men both seriously ill in the same small room of great hospital. Quite a small room just large enough for the pair of them two bids to bedside lockers door opening on the hall and one window looking out on the world. One of the men as part of his treatment, was allowed to sit up in bed for an hour in the afternoon, something to do with draining the fluid from his lungs and his bed was next to the window, but the other man. Had to spend all his time flat on his back and both of them had to be quiet and still, which was the reason they were in this small room by themselves. Of course, one of the disadvantages of their condition was that they weren't allowed to do much. No. Reading no radio certainly, no television. Well, they used to talk for hours and hours about their wives, their children, their homes, their jobs, their hobbies, their childhood, what they did during the war where they'd been on vacations. All that sort of thing. Every afternoon when the man on the in the bed next to the window was propped up for his our he would pass the time by describing what he could see outside. And the other man began to live for those hours, the window apparently overlooked, a park with a lake for the reduction, swans children, throwing them bread and sailing model boats and young lovers walking hand in hand beneath the trees. And there were flowers stretches of grass games of softball people taking their ease in the sunshine and right there at the back behind the fringe of trees, a fine view of the city skyline. The man on its back with listen to all this enjoying every minute how a child nearly fell into the league beautiful girls were, we're in their summer dresses, then an exciting ballgame or boy playing with this puppy, it got to the place that he could. He could almost see what was happening outside. Then one fine after noon when there was some sort of parade the thought struck him. Why should the man next to the window all the pleasure of seeing what was going on? Why shouldn't he get the chance? He felt ashamed and tried not to think like that. But the more he tried the worse he wanted to change. He would do anything in a few days he had turned sour. He should be by the window, and he brooded and couldn't sleep and grew even more seriously ill one night as he stared at the ceiling. The other man with a window suddenly woke up coughing, and choking, the fluid congesting in his lungs is hands groping for the button, that would bring the night, nurse running. But the man in the other bid watched without moving and never reached for his button. The coughing, wreck the darkness, and on, on choked off, and then stopped the sound of breathing stopped. And the man continued to stare at the ceiling. In the morning, the day nurse came in with water for their baths and found the other man did. They took away his body quietly, no fuss. As soon as it seemed decent the man asked if he could be moved to the bed next to the window. And they moved him tucked him in and made him quite comfortable and left him alone to be quiet and still. The minute they had gone. He propped himself up on one elbow. Painfully, and laboriously and looked to window. Faced a blank wall. One man illustrates the desperate desire for circumstances to make him happy. The pursuit of happiness is a bit by the window. But the other man illustrates a deliberate choice. But joy. Regardless of the fact that his window opens onto a blank wall. Which one are you? What will it take to get you smiling again? How long will it be before you will become the source of joy? Rather than the dreamer of it. How many more months pass as you lie on your bid envying, those who seem to have life, put together? Are seem to have the better portion of God's favor. No. Life is a gift from gun. Liberty is a pleasure, that we enjoy and defend but happiness. It isn't a pursuit. It is a choice. Let me think of it in two columns for the next few moments think of this mindset of joy and happiness as a positive mindset and think of the, the mindset of needing someone or something else to make me happy as a negative mindset. And in those two columns, let's build a list, shall we? On the left side. Let's put the negative mindset and on the right the positive and listened closely, this isn't some dreaming story that comes out of an individual's imagination as we will see it is directly linked to the truth of scripture the negative mindset. What's true of those people number one. They need certain things before they can be joyful. If I just had that new car if I could just finish my education. If I just knew what it was like to be out of dit, if I only could have that position of power and influence in the company, if we could only turn the corner in our business, they need things. Before they can be joyful, the positive person on the other hand. They need they need virtually nothing tangible. They need virtually nothing tangible. Here's another. Those were the negative mindset or those who are dependent upon others to provide them with joy. They are dependent upon other people to make them happy. The wife, who says, if I only had this kind of husband, I would be I would be fulfilled. I would be happy. The husband who says, if I could only get rid of this woman, I could really be happy. Again, somebody else is by source of joy or sorrow no, no no thousand times. No. But that's the way the negative mindset, works, the positive, or those who create their own reasons for joy. Whether or not the children are healthy, whether or not the report from the doctor was good, whether or not the individual who lives next door is friendly, whether or not you were chosen for that office, whether or not your businesses successful, because people come to you, and make it that way. They create their own reasons for joy. Here's one more. The negative nine set. Would be those who see joy as always out there. Always in the future. But the positive claim joy, now it's a present reality. It's not something that's dangled at the end of an education or something that comes at the completion of a long trip. Or a wedding at the altar. It's not something that will some day happen. It's something that I clean today right now. Everything of any lasting nature related to joy listen to this comes from what we think, on. What we own not what somebody provides. And not what will someday happen in the future. Let me show, you, this, and Philippians chapter four if you have a bible, locate the fourth chapter of this great book on joy and observe how the great apostle Paul describes a joyful mindset. Chapter four verse eight finally brethren whatever is true. Whatever is honorable whatever is right? Whatever is pure, whatever is lovely. Whatever is of good repute. Living bible says whatever is true, good, right? Pure lovely confined. If there is any excellence and if anything worthy appraise, let your mind, dwell on these things. No wonder he could say in verse ten I rejoiced in the Lord greatly rejoiced in the Lord, I didn't rejoice circumstances didn't rejoice because other people like me and an applauded my efforts and appreciated me. And affirm to me, I didn't rejoice because I knew sometime in the future things would work out our rejoiced now today. It is a mindset, I have a little book has not a little, it's a fat little book. It's over six hundred pages long from an author who has her PHD from university in England, and it's entitled fourteen thousand things to be happy about or they are folks, if you ever wondered, and they're all kinds of things listed. It's a twenty year search she's been on, and she's not put this in the covers of between the covers of book, and I've read some of them and I haven't found one. That will make anybody happy because they're all. Outside. No nothing wrong with it. So fine. Little work. It helps you remember your blessings that we're told at scripture to, to remember the things to be grateful for them. And here's a good way to do some remembering but, you know, it's like that pursuit of happiness, you can have all of these warm. Little fuzzies hen be miserable because you choose to be, and you can have very few of these fourteen thousand things and be be a contagious source of joy in your community or in your hospital, room or in your home. Because you think on these things. Think of your mind is a Bank. Think of the thoughts you place in your mind as you're deposits. Your mind will not release what you have not deposited. And the benefit of that withdrawal when you have placed those things, you've been thinking on the benefit is the joy comes as the interesting when you withdraw the thoughts you put in your mind, you have joy coming. In addition to the funds Paul, classic example. Classic example. Here is a man who has written a four chapter book, only one hundred four verses in the English version of our bibles, and pull Sates with joy and happiness, and it isn't something that he dreams about or pursues, it's a claim, it's a choice. And if you don't know the man, you wouldn't realize. That he is the man who wanted to go to Rome. But he wanted to go as a preacher. God took him there as a prisoner. He wanted to speak to the emperor as a free man as he represented the case because you may not know it. But as a Roman citizen, he had every right to appeal to Caesar which he has done and to await an audience before the emperor, which he is doing. But you know how he got that audience? Listen, he was illegally arrested in Jerusalem. The Jews claim that he had desecrated, the temple the Romans thought where the rubber always meets. Actually, I'm not even sure what that means. Speed radio network, live, and thought fees dot com. Service down newscasts for Friday to the seven twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford democratic presidential candidate, you'll Biden changes course on federal funds for abortion. Also on our Friday rundown. We head to Minnesota for national gun violence awareness day, plus learning lifesaving CPR at the ballpark. Topping our news, Associated Press reports democratic candidate Jill Biden reversing course in declaring he no longer supports a long standing congressional ban on using federal healthcare money to pay for abortions. The says by made the declaration, Thursday following two days of intense scrutiny and criticism for rivals after his campaign affirmed that the seventy six year old former vice president is still supported the Hyde amendment at a Democratic Party fundraiser in Atlanta, Biden, says keeping hide would prevent Poland from exercising, their constitutional rights to terminate a pregnancy every day, at least one hundred Americans die from gun violence. Roz Brown reports advocates for tougher gun laws say they're making slow but steady progress to change that today is national gun violence awareness day when many gun advocates will wear orange to call attention to the issue. The most recent mass shooting in Virginia two weeks ago, left thirteen people. Dead. And many others injured at a municipal complex, Shannon wasa, founder of moms demand action for gun sense in America says her group's efforts have led to new gun safety legislation in twenty states. It important to remember that it isn't just the nauseating school shooting. The daily gun violence to kill hundred Americans in city centres, and in rural communities, arm sizes who side the like Colorado recently became the fifteenth state to pass a so-called red flag law allowing the temporary removal of firearms from a person who may present danger to others or themselves the US has more guns per capita about three hundred billion that any other nation and a higher gun death rate than any other developed nation in the world, the gun violence or KYW shows, forty people have been killed in mesh shootings in just the past thirty days. This week the US House passed legislation that would provide more than two million people path to permanent residency and citizenship. Eric lettuce catches up on the details. The American dream in promise act include so called dreamers who entered the country, as children, and people with temporary protections. Jennifer piper with the American friends service committee, says the measure would affect people who have been living in the US for decades and in some cases re-applying protections every eighteen months, so ever marry knows them. They're employed, their key members of our communities and right now, they're facing deportation, and abrasion from their home and their children, as President Trump looks and these programs. Nebraska congressman, Don bacon, from Omaha was one of only seven Republicans voting to advance the measure critics argued the Bill lack additional border security provisions requested by the Trump administration and faces an uncertain fate in the Republican controlled Senate, and with legislative session. Join to close Ville that would right? New York state's ambitions clean energy and climate goals in law has gained some critical support the climate community. Protection Act has already passed the state assembly several times, and now with the democratic majority in the state Senate, the Bill has reached majority sponsorship in both houses, according to Jessica Mahar with the nature conservancy in New York. Passage of this Bill, would make New Yorker, national leader in the efforts to slow global climate change would be I believe, strong legislation in the nation with its combined deep emissions reductions targets, along with its social Justice and worker goals to Bill would require these state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty and one hundred percent by twenty fifty and direct funds to environmentally vulnerable low income communities. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting late this week governor Andrew Cuomo said he considers passage of the climate and community Protection Act a priority for this legislative session. Finally are natty Ron. Lagaan tells us hundreds of people at the Durham bulls minor league ballgame last week acquired an extra skill. They learned hands only CPR from local EMS teams. The American Heart Association says hands only CPR can save lives without requiring now to mouth resuscitation the technique includes pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest at a rate of one hundred to one hundred twenty compressions per minute. That's a quivalent to the beat of songs like staying alive by the BG's or crazy in love by beyond say, Kim, Woodward of Orange County, EMS operation says many people hesitate to perform CPR, because they think it might worsen a person's condition. Smith. Conception of CPR is am I going to get trouble might go into form to remind folks that they are they're protected in North Carolina? Under the good Samaritan law that gives them immunity, which very few laws do that to people who are assisting in the. Emergencies are actually immune from liability researched by the American Heart Association has found hands. Only CPR is just as -ffective as conventional CPR, Woodward points out that performing any type of CPR, Ken, double or triple a person's chance of survival an estimated ninety percent of cardiac arrest could be fatal without the individual CPR. That's according to the American Heart Association by Clifford. Thanks, wrapping up your week with public service. We are member listener supported Iran line at public service dot org. The onion news network. Now live from the studios of freedoms, Phoenix, Ernest, Hancock believe me. When I say, we have a difficult time ahead of, but if we are to be prepared for it. We must first shed our. Because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me because of the behind me. I remember that one hundred years, we have these machines and after a century of law, I remember that which matters. Concern today manners a bunch of stuff going on. But we're not frayed. We concern here on declare your independence, stand cock here in Phoenix. Arizona a from the DeVos studios. That. Veterans. What we're gonna do today in the third hour, we have a gas. It's Jacob Lamont dick Lamont, good friend from Blaine Washington, where he has marijuana dispensary there. And we're going to go ahead and get updated with him. And how business be going. You know, is it a booming? We'll find out we're going to we're going to get up and personal how he's been doing. I know he was trying to sell it at one time. There is some kind of overlapping time, they something I know I guess it didn't go through these guys. So we'll get the ACA and get caught up. Jacob lamont. And pretty soon, we're going to be leaving to go back to my brother-in-law's wedding and for fast and pork fast and go, visit a friend of mine, that's, you know, near passan in North Carolina, Donald fly there to meet us there. So yo them we go to back here for a little bit. And then to Washington for some, you know, visit with some friends and in she was come back said, just go over there, she'll come back here, be with some grandbabies. It'd be a whole week and have without grandbabies. I just can't do. But. You know, it's nice where have we got two of them here? Now by their mother and father are in New York doing for his work. They got some big conference in whatever they'll bring up on stage and tell them how Cohee is and they get that dress up for some Dalla ball, kind of deal and my daughter RIA, well man, beautiful. We're all Malania Trump on. It is just a beautiful dress. It's. No, it's a kind of burgundy wine Cup something I mean, I wanna say what color, it's, it's not purple, but it's not green. You know, so it's kind of, you know, burgundy thing or some but. Let's see we want all in last night. We had dinner with Irene pie came over. Donna hooked us up and. There. Had this button hit the? And it turns off is called a cough drop. You know, cop button hit that industry and before I had a lot of times I just mix rate hit the button. But I just clear my throat or turn my head or finally listener sent me cough muffler, and, like what it was for win hunters go. They stick it in her mouth, and it, coffin it muffles that makes it sound like an animal, or something like that. And I go, I okay, I get it. I get it. I get it. I get it. I'll get I got. So what happened was Irene pie came over. She is an activist on vaccine mandates and stuff like that here in Arizona, and it started off with two got divorced from her husband that was suing her for custody after years be using the issue that she didn't vaccinate. So he's going well, obviously, she's unfit mother. She backs Nateing. So she's like. He Ellie show. She did a bunch of research and plopped on the judge and bam. You know, and this is why since that time, she's become well known those what's up and been spend a lot of time at the legislature lobbying or at least educating legislators the thing is, is that it's, it's working for, because a lot of legislators want the information other grandmothers, and parents and stuff hail, no one of one of the guys, it's writing stuff on her side is cheese, the nurse at a hospital or baby nurse or something like that. He's got a child. And after the span, we don't Nate so here in Arizona it's, it's thing they're a big firm is coming up against the people and even some legislators. So they she said they had seven hundred people there, which means three hundred or something, you know, it's they went. DPS the department of public safety. They're asked today said eight seven hundred jobs out on a lot of people down there and it was RFK junior and Dell. Big tree, K aired Arizona is when you're in Hawaii was couple of weeks ago, and a I came on Saturday and really big shoot there for four five hours and wearing yellow shirts. And, you know, hell no, we won't get shot or whatever and have presentations and such and Irene Vic because we had talked about it. I said, you know, probably do another vaccines education summit. And so now we're going to do. One in September it over so I go, okay. You know we can push that button. So negotiate the hotel now that came back with I rob. Yes, I wouldn't found the contract. And just do it like this whatever. So we're going to probably finalize that today. It's going to be June fourteenth or twenty eight and twenty eight book, and we'll see if we can move it to fourteenth not, we'll go twenty eight. Now, we'll have a lot of the same people James Lyons wiler scientists that their whole thing is all these lab is kind of what Mike Adams does the. No, you have crap. I'm sorry, crank up my volume, we haven't Mike Adams has is the. Alab natural news. This is their whole thing. They don't trust the labs, so they go, no. I don't trust you guys. I got my own lab. You know, we'll see what it says. And does you know myself then. You do a lot of things yourself, you'll find that you've been lying to you. That's a whole track of. Discovery in thought right there is that whatever they've been telling you or whether you've been testing, they just been. So then what you're going to do. You have scientists that know the microbiology doctor, Judy Mike. Avoid she's going to be speaking, then del big tree. You know, did the movie vacs, and so on. He's got a big YouTube presence and every, he's really been hammered and going at it and Brooklyn, the Trump administration. So he'll be speaking, then they're trying to get shifting RFK junior might do that. And then let's see who else there's a couple of other speakers of you're talking about and some that we've had last time. So when we do this, it's going to be right. Win the election cycle for twenty twenty starting so I go to craft it in such a way. She wants to bring her legislators in front of, like I don't care what your I if you bring these legislators that we're going to bring candidates, well, a bunch of anarchists pirate libertarian. Booth and making look all kinds of cool, and you're such a rockstar, because y'all we like this, we're gonna vote for you, these legislators there. And I'm going. Yeah. This could be. Yeah. We'll, we'll make it work. We're going to and big thing, Israel here. We are going to do an initiative. You know, some health freedom. You're not allowed to force needle into me initiative or something. I don't care. I just want to be able to do signs. I made that clear I go all about doing side ramp. The vote on that mid-september. We're going to kick back. 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It's like they're like Lou Gehrig's disease, but they can't pin down. It's just going down. Quick I say, like six months, also now he's ninety percent of the time he's sitting in a wheelchair. So it's just he's got resources. I mean, you know, he's got money. So he's trying everything. Up, Dr Judy L. She helped us from Stockton nutritional supplements kind try and use nutrition to help 'em. Not deteriorate so fast. While they're trying to find out what the hell is going on, and they still really don't know now he's looking into any and everything. And so I had a bunch of stuff that we've come across on Phoenix, and doing some research from whatever. And one of the things that he's really working on wanting to do is stem cells. I happen to know some people. So we do Donna's right over there right now doing I just got Tetra goes, yes. Done right now. Can't wait. You know, freaking rock and roll is do it and I go, well, you know it could be a single thing could be ten thousand dollars now. It's gotten down. It's gotten a lot cheaper but I go. They'll, they'll stem cell replace your entire body in, you know, like freakin dystopia, sci-fi movie for fifty thousand dollars spent a whole month the pumping, you know, all kinds of stuff. 'cause I'm Yep. Right. Right. And their side friends that did it in China when it was I a vailable then some other plate now they have treatment centers in Panama and I've watched them younger, I just been healthier ever since I've known them like fifteen years, it's been Beijing. And so I'm used. Joke and I go. Well, we'll see if you grow the third head man, you know, when that, when that happens, then I'll show you I you know, like ideal, and it's been got some amazing stories and. I should I should share this one coming on the segment. I think I'm breaking confidence. Tell you who it is. But I t guy sixty something he's older. You know, I mean it wasn't like a kid, you know, is late fifties, sixty and I'll send he goes to employer and he says, hey, I'm going off myself in a month. You know this is I can't take anymore. I've tried everything diagnose, we're, we're good. We're, we're going to me and my wife, we talked about. We're getting everything set up or gotten, I give you I know you're going to need some time do a month and I can suffer a month, and we'll train and doing known bunch of IT stuff, and, like what now. Now, this is a good guy. I know Madam real, you know, rational intelligent capable professional and the reason was he'd been fighting depression and anxiety. You know, it's always like he's fighter flight thing, just, just hammered on them as tried everything on everybody. It's just really some just jacked up his mind and he just didn't want to suffer anymore. You've gone through it's painful for whatever is life. And he just decided they know. You know, I'm a go do soil in green. Watch the movie lay on the cotton kind of do it thing. So green there was option that you had. They put on a show nice pictures, and movies and films of how scenic and beautiful earth was before it went bad and all that kind of stuff as you fade away in the Airways. That's what was on there. But he's. Serious about this. And he goes wait. We'll let our Titians you know, check you over and so my wife's doctors do something I mean, you know, give gimme a shot here. You know, and is like. So we have one of the doctors went live with them for three days. And he just said, I just need to see it. There's something going on here. I don't know what it is. But we'll just hang out. You know. You know, get the deck of cards man for three days. We're just going to hang he goes, I know what your problem is. So game a little Neo. Didn't didn't hear magnet. Those rare earth magnets, really strong magnet. And as about the now size your fingernail or something. And he said, just place it, right? Belief beneath your nose and above that little gap. I don't know what you call it in your upper lip up there. Right above your upper lip in the middle. And you just hold it there and he holds the magnet there. Boom went away. He's like, what the hell? So he goes, I know what your problem is. He had done a bunch of different dental work over the years, and so on, and he had in his upper teeth to teeth is I, I don't know which ones, but in the upper part of his jaw we had two different kinds of metal and because they were a different kinds of metal in the proximity. They created an electrical current. And there's a nerve that goes that goes straight back into your brain for something. Okay. And that electrical signal was what was doing this? And when he put that magnetic magnet there, it disrupted signal and all of a sudden as like just flipping a light switch. And he's like, what the hell? So he spent weeks in about thirty thousand dollars have an all of his teeth redone, and I don't know, if he went dentures anyway, he took those root canals out or those metal pieces of something and also near he's done. Pretty had to go through years of this has been just just God made him gray. And he's like bam. So. Employer goes. We're going to get you reset get you some time back. I so sad. This happened to you. I wanna hook you up or good, friends and everything just good guy. So he sent him to Panama have stem cells done by the time that I saw is probably like four six months after all this happened. I didn't even know what was going on. You know, I and they told me and this is why they told me I see him, I'm going. Hey, the hell man, you go you swipe and right? Going on tender dying. Your hair going Jim lifting getting a tan. I was like, what the heck did you get divorced? What what's dagoes now they told me what happened. And he'd when he did the stem cells, and everything is hair got darker, one gray anymore. He looked younger fitter felt. Well, of course, he was, you know, having this problem before. So just taking on your shoulder make a big difference. But I set there and see what happens when you do stem cell. And he got ill light back what I'd be doing it if I had unlimited amount of money. I probably try it. You know now that I'm older, you know, shot. But it I I've met people that do it. Got to clean it. I talked. Good to know that's there, I don't need it. I could afford it anyway. But fringe might maybe you. Did. You know, you can legally exit the US federal income tax system. Well, it's true. And thousands of American nationals are doing it, the sixteenth amendment, and the internal revenue code are legal, but only in a limited jurisdiction. This is the basis behind the voluntary nature of the income tax. Learn the exit strategy provided by congress. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: News brief from Public News Service (July 31, 2019)

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: News brief from Public News Service (July 31, 2019)

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I'm Mike Clifford Round two of the democratic debate set up for tonight and why Iowa voters want to hear more about climate change also on our Wednesday rundown Virginians on alert after the capital one data breach h plus summer brings a large algal bloom to lake Erie topping our news the first ten democratic acquatic candidates including <unk> runners Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren debated on C._N._N.. Last night tonight it'll be Joe Biden and camera Harris on the debate stage among eight others in Detroit Meantime Democratic presidential candidates campaigning in Iowa are feeling lots of questions about how they plan to address climate change change climate scientists attribute the burning of fossil fuels to global warming which in turn causes extreme weather events like the spring floods that have caused more than two. A billion dollars in damage to Iowa towns and farms this year environmental science professor David Courard Howie at Drake University is an advocate for adding more renewables to the states. This grid were at the point that buying renewable energy costs less than just buying the coal to run a coal plant. Let alone building new coal and those those prices continue to go down he as technology advancements are allowing people to develop renewable energy not because they're being paid or subsidize but because it's cheaper I ally is one of the nation's top five states for wind energy production but ranks thirty ninth for solar installations. I'm Roz Brown are UA is second only to the State Day to California in U._S.. Food Production but a twenty sixteen Iowa State University study showed about only forty percent of Iowa farmers believe human activity activity is implicated in climate change capital one is based in McLean they announced Monday that a hacker accessed about a hundred million credit card applications applications filled out between two thousand five hundred nineteen one of yours among them Diane Bernard has some perspective the hacker also stole Dole a hundred forty thousand social security numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers in the aftermath of the breach cybersecurity expert Marty Paranchuk says folks need to be even more vigilant to protect against fraud and identity theft. He recommends signing up for an online service that provides credit monitoring it will tell you how many increase are coming in against your credit and the reason that's important is if you start seeing inquiries against your credit by companies. You've never applied for credit card with and most likely somebody's he's trying to take advantage of your identity. Koranic says it's also important to help family and friends who aren't as tech savvy to make sure they take the same precaution capital one is fifty six Here's to implement Medicaid expansion new research arm health coverage shows it could have added benefits for kids. Here's our taken off a study in the Journal. The American Medical Association fines rates of child neglect decreased for states that have decided to expand Medicaid the study looked at child maltreatment data between two thousand ten then in two thousand sixteen Liz Woodruff with the group Idaho Voices for children says access to healthcare can relieve stress from chronic illnesses and other health related issues for parents rants and importantly they have financial stability and that financial stability also reduces stress within a family makes parents more available to be good parents to their kids and I think pops up the research shows in the study window thirty one states had expanded their Medicaid programs in nineteen had not researchers also looked at physical abuse rates but found no significant difference due to expansion when Idaho voters decided to expand the program last year about sixty two thousand people were in the coverage gap making too much to qualify for Medicaid but not enough to afford insurance enrollment in Idaho's expanded program begins on November first study other Emily Brown and Assistant Professor of pediatrics metrics at the University of Washington says a few claims about the benefits of Medicaid expansion drove this research the fact that Medicaid expansion was associated with improved mental outcomes for low income parents some studies and also improve financial stability while would drift believes expanding medicaid is good for Idaho. She's worried about about state. Legislators decision to apply work reporting requirements busy families with busy lives that are already in stressful situations. We have parents that are possibly working. Two jobs bombed and finally bury Sherman reports a midsummer. Algal bloom is once again turning western Lake Erie's waters green and vase predicted to become fairly severe ear researchers say it could be even worse. The severity of this year's bloom is forecast to be a seven point five on a scale of zero to ten director of the. The National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University Law Johnson explains that's larger than last year but smaller than in two thousand fifteen when a bloom exceeded the scale L. at ten point five and she says this year's bloom started to form a couple of weeks ago fairly mild not much there but it seems like it's really shown up with this heat. Wave that came through. It's moving around. It's growing in some spots or not another's or starting to get mixed into the water column in different ways in any of these things are possible she adds the current aren't. Algal Bloom stretches from Mommy Bay north along the Michigan coasts in about thirty miles east along the Ohio coast to the Portage River. The bloom is expected to stay confined to the Western basin and peak in September by the way Tuxes in Algal. Blooms are dangerous for people and animals. They have for local fishing boating and other recreational activities seventies. Mike Clifford from public news service. We are member listener supported Iran line at public. Do Service Dot O._R._G.. Now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the Dominion Energy Reliability Investment. Our new investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money. 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This episode of the Lone Ranger has Dan read in it who was a Texas Rangers captain and the older brother of John Reid. The man who became the lone ranger April seventh nineteen forty-three. Dan's horse spothero Joe. Purdy Dan Reed were in camp. The two boys helped the Indian off the surface come from a kettle had been burning for hours. It was nearly daybreak. There'd been no sleep in spite of Tondo suggestions. Maybe this medicine all done you to catch some sleep. Neither my town anyway. I couldn't sleep until I know the pictures. Alright Ranger go after victim. Well the wise knee back. He said time to go. Go to help pass back red been trouble. Why would he takes the law income? How me here must have mighty shop ears. I can't hear anything. Wait haven't but there's just one horse now I hear it. Todd why is there only one horse? Why isn't there a two if you got fixed? You wish time with question. Dan I know does harm my horse on something go wrong in Kerry someone on silver ahead. What about that medicine? Did you finish with all of them? But it could have to take a chance. Who's that took a man's life I? Yes we take them to let them. Down from satellite. He was conscious until a few minutes ago. He's been with moon trapping a fire. He has poisoned system. You've got to try to get ready pretty quick here. You're not sure about the medicine. No not sure maybe poison. The ancient poison Indian sometimes use if not true antidote work and you got spoon You hold me for medicine. Are you sure that Matt Still Alive? Or anytime. I watched the pulse. Only few drops down through some of the medicine is at the medicine right. Might work headed civil. Kim opponents early going to try and get some Arlington Weeden. Just a little more. Strength the pulse. There is a change big little stronger now. Golly if we're sorry the definite change now catch more strength in live thinks so now we know what poison El Mundo. You good for you. Download stuff you've cooked up. Did the trick but who the color. His name is. Martin his Co. Tennessee Martin Home Tennessee Martin. But that's the name of the park. Now this is one of the ranches moon needs before he lost consciousness. He told me that he was through with El Mundo. They can help us. Great he knows the inside of that headquarters. This is one night that we're going to show progress. Mundo has lost one of the ranches. He thought he had but one Dan Horse he's gone. A stable was burned down. That's where I found Martin. Victor Inside Victor had been taken out taken out before the fire started by whom where he took him. We don't know. Don't listen to me. I'm going to let silver have two hours of rest and I'm going to take back to the stable. Anyone can find Victor Silva Ken. Victory would run away then. Someone's got him but about Tennessee. Martin him two maybe three hours then. Lincoln today rest fix them up to as soon as the sun rises. Start for El Paso Sunrise bound to minimum town in hard paste men with the shifty eyes and wearing a manner of crooks of longstanding a road to the town's main street until they came to the bulletin board that hung in front of the general store. There they part of this is the place I know other important. It's really the way to someone comes by before we face in the notice that slade along. We gotta wait before Monday. Shells some cash. I don't know what's yards. We're living good incited underground place. I'd feel they're living somewhere else. Smooth-talking critter puts me in mind. Something crawl and I don't trust him. I don't trust him too much myself. I wouldn't put it past him to us as to lease done with US and kill us off and one of them sneak in ways. We won't get rid of US left. He might do away with them. Local critters that. Take all talk about sun-worshipping serious. But he's got to have a few fast. Gunslingers Lisi get to slave lines up. 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They're important he of family yourself and your community now on Classic Radio Theater the conclusion of this episode of the Lone Ranger April seventh nineteen forty three which appears to be an ongoing saga laid. I put in your shirt. Pocket stood fixing it on the board. I've talked to the sheriff right wage idea. But you'll get boiling hot along about noon. Which would never have to notice who you're going to have to push to notice at ain't the UCLA ALL. We want to do the right thing if you ain't interested in seeing a spanking fine horse stallion found wondering free settler Bradley. I found a credit doing night. Thought at first it was a ghost horse and we see it was a real big over. Who is like that? That was gonNA pile of others will no horse like this one. That was lost. That's why we're special carefully at the right on it gets it. We don't aim to give the horse with just anyone at up in claims it my whole you hadn't been unless you can prove it. Maybe I can fight the real. Maybe the real owner can claim. Hey let's see that notice. You forget he will know what's in the Saturday game. He's gotTa do better than that. It needed what welfare one thing is. It paralyzed shoes in the saddle bag. The owner has to first of all tell what they look like and then he's gotta show that they fed him about the gloves. Yeah yeah he's also got a phillies head inside the gloves saddlebag. Let's go rich. We won't be took in by anyone. At owner you can bet on that. We're holding the critter over at the edge of the disputed territory. There's a little gully there. That's where the owners to come here. Maybe they confronted Mattila Buddy. Good I'd like to return horse. We know what it's like to lose a good hole. It's downright good to meet a couple of men. Come on slade. We'll get going right. Sheriff following slate and left it to the guy. At the end of the disputed territory would have changed his opinion other. There was no white bars there. No sign of a horse that resembled victor instead. There are half a dozen men all hard face to slate and lefty all there with a single purpose in mind. Get the kid. That's what I wanted to order it. Get everything fixed in town at the lone ranger. See that notice. You go to come without the kid. Because he couldn't wear gloves boots you see he's gotTa bring the kid but don't kill the loan ranging capture the kid but no killing L. Monday wants to make use of the lone ranger and he can't use a dead man regulate lone ranger sooner. Be Dead and being a spot. He's headed for the pitch Sri Victory Fighting this handbill. He's being handed to see them. Here's your talk to him perfectly into return the host but they're gonNA make sure the right man gets it taken way reading that. Hindi lease you got to wear the gloves and the shoes in the bag. Out of the victor happy with those him to be any way range which would mean that. He got out of the stable by himself. He can chew Victor Wooden Saddle himself. Hey maybe those men aren't as honest as you kid anxious to find your son he's going to head to the starting from the black and instill smoking ruins of the stable so race toward the west toward the disputed territory prompting in the gully almandoz killer approaching. Slaves ain't got the kid with Lena. He's had this way. Though then. Ready Boys we capture. We should get the kids'll get ready. Now he's coming in whole horse here. Hold on a horse killing killing El Mundo. The Dan Reed. Isn't it be captured as easily? You let me go listen to me. I'm writing on victims. Ben Taking inside your undergone hideout a see here how can a man talk to someone like you? Nothing you can say boy. Writing Killer Ranger kept the rain slack. Silver capture the trail is instinct guided race deepen desert land nimbly dodging rocks and came to the top of a slight hill. Thrilled the call then from the valley came a reply so the wheel and was away Freeman. Victory would been given their orders by directly at them charge. The big white man's dry. Take Your boss at Tennessee. Martin is with me. That's one wrench. You won't get with me. That's another wrench. He won't get the tide is turning is days are numbered. We'll have your heights moon. Does that now? It's our turn to take the offensive. I'm victor down waiting for you. Only in the next story of this Lone Ranger Adventure L. Moonville gloats. Young prisoner inspired luck. Sam Yeah I'll Mr Lone Ranger I will dictate the terms April seventh nineteen forty three the lone ranger. Yeah this is a continuing saga all right. Thanks for tuning into this edition. Though of Classic Radio Theater which is an ongoing saga in and unto itself. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much or for whatever reason they just don't like it the great news. You're not stuck with it. There is a choice. 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There couldn't stop home until Tuesday morning. It's about three hundred fifty miles from Pike. I heard you had all your clothes stolen. No now mostly the silverware and my jewelry but I my head the burglars at back the truck up to the door and just carted off all your furniture and your clone now now now honestly how stories get around. I saw your niche wasn't taken when I walked in and anyhow I know Myra always exaggerates every even so to have anything stolen my business devia funny feeling to know somebody within your just prowling around does it. I should say we apparently saw the Burger. You know know you actually saw. We drove up there. He was at the front door. We figured out later. He hurt his coming. You know flew out the front door and pretend to be somebody looking for somebody else's house you know. Did you know then that he was the burglar? Oh no no no not then not there. Now he asked what the hell bright lived or somebody and we said we didn't know and off you win when when we discover the silverware gone and called the police then we remember this man had been carrying a sack of some sort of white saying you know what it was a pillow case. I noticed one of the pillowcases was taken off. One of the one of my good per Kale isn't that a show. I was just sick and the police. Well when they arrived said that's what Burgers do sometimes take a pillow case to carry off the Lou. Well put on some coffee and tell me all about it when you get. It feels just me. I spent the day telling store dropping in our you know. Nobody answered hung up the receiver finally and with the Burger. All know. Why would he call up theobroma home this evening or something was he care. He got the silverware. The jewel box in my bought a typewriter whatever? We should have made a list of everything we had. In case of fire just as the Insurance Manson along automated about the insurance covered. Don't stop I probably didn't read our insurance policy very carefully but as I said last night. How do you have a way through all that? Fine print without a microscope. Just the same. I certainly thought we had more theft insurance and three hundred dollars on our silverware. I thought when you add up three thousand dollar policy on theft insurance included anything in your house stole now now we know it doesn't but the type of policy we had said to you dear. We should have had a separate theft. Insurance PAS. Dan Silver Jewelry for. I don't understand insurance when that's all I really don't know why Mr Reed explain something and I can see you don't understand it any more than I do. But you don't want to ask questions because it will look as though you're stupid or something true. I was telling her about it about Dan. She said Fred is the same way. She said she is going to check on their insurance as. I wonder who that was on the phone. Da Os just probably wrong number. Just jumping that's all. I'll tell me something that is not hello. Oh Yes yes it is why you you mean you caught him. They caught the Burger. Well yes I guess we could. You'll have to get a babysitter to children. Hold on just a minute to play. Police lieutenant the suspect lined up on that and they want us to come down and see if we can dented by the burglar. You mean we have to pick him out and say that's the one. Yes yes you think. We can get a babysitter. Do you think we can get a babysitter? I alone yes. We'll try to get a babysitter and then call you back. Okay there will. They put him in jail once. If we say he's the one I would have to prefer charges and goes to trial. Yeah Oh dear. Part thing the poor thing. Maybe there's some reason why he's still are silverware and things. Maybe he's married and couldn't get a job and has several children the fee there's always stem psychological reason. Why people steal. Maybe his father used to beat him. Maybe mother deserted food as you've been screaming that you hope they'd catch them and send them to Devil's island for life by. I never thing Devil's island is gonNA bring dig up. A baby sitter about Sally. Hutchinson upon man has have starving children and he only robbed our house to feed the poor little thing. You Stop Feeling Sorry Burglary Silvo added your Ruby. Ring your pearls. I know not only that but he made coffee and scrambled eggs and left dirty dishes in the sink. Yeah I forgot that. I'll get a babysitter right away. Fiber WANNA step this way. Yes yes you know Mon Mon. I'm coming makes me nervous. I hate to identify. Anyone might make him mad exposing he breaks out of jail later on a sneak back the house to get even with. Us resolve around here please. No we have several suspects lined up. And you'll see if you can identify the one you saw from this line up. People are often mistaken. And it's the fairway to judge my comparison. Now I wouldn't be mistaken inspector doyle. I mean I'd I'd know him the minute I sign again wouldn't you dear old yes definite. Oh Yes welcomes Loretta. Bring them. They're gonNA worry about me. You can see them but they can't see you. Yes we'll be dark out there so you know yes. I'll take a good look at all. It ought identify the wrong man. You Sam de well just a second night time. Thank God look at all of them. Don't you dare so? I think so time you ought to be sure of your identification. Yes well at inspector. I don't need any more time. I know exactly which one it is. I'm just gives me the feeling. Even see him that. Can we had just driven up officer. You know last last Tuesday when we saw this man apparently standing by the robbery. I don't dare but what I but leading up to. This burger has the kind of facial. You just can't forget own verbiage up there in the line yes I thought so the minute they started walking and now I'm sure well we're doin' second one from the left and the turtle neck sweater your positive. I'd know him anywhere that's what I said. He's he's got the kind of face you'd recognize instantly kind of tight little you know mean mouth and those little shifty eyes restroom sorry yes. I just wanted to make sure I said anything. That's all right. I said take your time. Yes I did I. I'm ready now. I'm ready I agree with my wife. It's the second one from the left and right in the turtle neck sweater up looking. One your positive. Oh Yes yes. No no question about it. I know him anywhere. Okay WON'T COMES. Ansel take him away. Piper Mr Piper. Now that you've positively identified burglar with your mind stepping back into my office this way. What happens now? Well I I don't know. I think we have to prefer charges. I hope it doesn't make the Burglar Mad. Come on This is Piper Mr Piper. Thank you know you are both positive. That the man who just identified in the lineup. Who's the man you saw the night your house was robbed? Oh Yeah Yes yes. We couldn't mistaken man. I mean yeah no question about that. You're both positive I am. I'm sure you'll be interested to learn that the man you identified as the burglar is Captain Folsom of a homicide squad. No Good Heavens. Isn't that terrible? Well my husband has been saying for years this town to be cleaned up when you were right. There policeman robbing houses. My goodness officer. How did you ever catch him at it? You know I didn't mean that all some took place in the lineup Mrs Piper. So you'll wouldn't make a mistake in identity and I trust you see how important it is to make sure of your identification before you make accusation. I know the man and the turtle neck sweater is the man who was at our house. I know him to see it's impossible impossible. I don't know how many times things have happened in this town. And you said yourself. You wondered if the police weren't in cahoots with underworld joking up you'll police a very fine job and I'll appreciate anything you can do to catch the real burglar come here late. Let let's get on home show in thank you. Thank you so you. You've been very kind about all this in good night. Good night's wildcard anything. No yes go on there on a good night officer. You're glaring at me made me mad. I think it's unfair to put policemen criminal lineup district confusion. Make a fool out of your team wasn't fool out of view. He was showing us. How an innocent man can be mistaken the identified in cume now. I'll tell you one thing I still think. It was the man in the turtle sweater yum and Couple NEXT DOOR STARS. I glimpsed and Alan bunce April seventh. Nineteen sixty the couple next door on classic Radio Theatre by the way pigs. Daughter still has her website up a go to peg lynch with A. Y. L. Y. N. 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The theater of the mind later workshop offers an unusual departure in radio drama a free adaptation of Fourteenth Century Japanese theater based on Arthur Willie's translations of the classic no flays of Japan adapted by Harvey Marlow Music composed and conducted by the Japanese composer. Auction does there is a rock which stands at the gate superfish Ryan Highest Katsuaki on. This rock is bitten. So ever of all mortal men whether he be slave if he turned his hot to me. I will send a light to lead him and guide him on his way. I am or jaw not your ruler of all Japan today. My heart is the president of no avail against the illness that has overtaken my wife mother to the end of my throw me after pilgrimage to mount cats. Raggi who served than all these prayers at the temple so he arranged the temple priests for a pilgrimage to begin on the morrow glad in the holy habit of the priests with only his on a short sword strapped to inside. He went to take leave of his wife. I have come to say goodbye. Rhyme soon starting on the ritual mountain climbing God. I have been an dangerous. You take it is not a journey that a young guy could make. I pray you would come Asi. I will with your good health. I must go now. I know something to say. What is it I would go with you to the mountain. No no could you leave your mother when she is not well because my mother revealed that I would go to my dear wife. Your son says he would come with us. What is to be done? You welcome to the father I will have none with you. I have not had you mind long time with you. Give me back the measure of Mina. Let your love with me. This is all as you see yet. Nothing showed move me for my purpose. I must climb as part of your life. They saw spelled. That way was touchiest. The element showing the respect. The wins out in the mountains. The Rain in the sleep wetted them so that they were always shivering in the size of hiddensee smoke them and they all covered in the shuttle and more of your noticing is some faltering more than the rest onto the pilgrims to halt and take shelter climbing so fast are already near the summit. We will stay here and rest awhile. I have something to say. What is it my son? I do not feel well quiet my son but not the priests here you talk. So let's the spirits of the mountain take offence at upcoming apps merely tired because you're not used to climbing rest. The boy was not merely tired from climbing. He was deathly ill and some the color from his face. His complexion was as the color of the rocks around the priests and the pilgrims grew restless and as they grew restless they simply they muttered amongst themselves. And they commissioned priests to speak strongly lot Tokyo the pilgrims saying that your son is indisposed is not feeling well but there is nothing wrong with him. Who's on meet tired with climbing? So you are not troubled about you know you will arise refresh ready to resume the climate in the morning but the pilgrims would not readily accept as reassurance. All night. They burned incense and chanted scripture this in the morning they gathered around the child and they saw that he was not back again. They grew restless from mother among themselves and again the Commission speak with must've Ruvo's Japan. The last night you said this by was tired from climbing. Now here's looking very stink. Oh I say with. Dread there has being from ancient times a custom that those will fail in this climb should because now all the pilgrims saying that he should be thrown into the valley. Would you hold this innocent child away? It is the custom of the Gado. Camano mighty custom. I cannot gain say it then the side this at ways of the world and the bitter ordinances of made ready for the hurling two together. And you're too much heaving lined Lynn. 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You're listening to Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station now more the CBS radio workshop no plays of Japan April seventh nineteen fifty seven years for US wondering for years of not forgetting four years later again found himself in the valet at the foot of Mount. I'm so lucky is snowing again. I must seek shelter here. The cut in snow potted and then not many feet from Larry. Stoodley a windswept. Excuse for a house. Eight knots and called. Is there anyone in this house? Who IS THERE? I am a pilgrim. Let Me Lachey for the night that we have no lodging it for you. We cannot receive. No no I do not care how poor the lodging may be pray. Let me stay for this one night you to stay but that is scarcely space fun us that the husband and wife and the boy who might call son you had beyond your way before the daylight so you resolve to turn me away. I Saadi for you. Can't shelter peace. Be With you? I will go my way last cities because in a former life. We neglected the ordinances that we are. Now come to ruin. Jeez let him stay out of that mine. Did you not speak before? Hold Him? We will give you logic though. Mean shelter rest with US still gladly took show with and shared with them there but alas he also shared with the McColl was no warmer in the hot. The cold wind from the woods loon sleep away and the dreams of recollection and on the morrow with a gray of done at made ready to take his leave. He said that is something I must ask. I would gladly no do what Glenn. My host belongs indeed. I have no reason to conceal it. No then the indium law of Psalm. At some. Who came that? You felt as such misery in does it was kinsmen. Use Up my land and so I became what I am. Why do you not go up to the capital and linear case before the Shkin go further mischance? We'd happens that law journal. Tokyo himself is absent upon pilgrimage. Little these past four years and yet all is not lost for on the wall or toll Spear Steel Armour. Really Finding a stall skis and if at any time. They came work from the city news of career while master then broke in be. I would say this and rusty though it'd be I would all all the spear leaned River Doe V. I would mount my loss and ride nick by Nick. With the swiftness. Another big awaits me to die. They go to. You shall not end so if I live I will come to you again now. I must go take this boy. I called my son to guide in broke On your rate is I am strangely drawn in my own set. Mattie you have good cause to be proud of him as much of the of my own flesh. Four years ago we found wandering in the valley. Neither we knowing quincy came from strapped to his side is honored sold and then took a on a new that his pilgrimage was over and he embraced the boy. He did not reveal himself but merely said he would be glad to have him as guide and protector and a nail and his wife. Go my longing biped with you well. You have made me happier than you know. Come back to us is said no more. He went his way is said to leave them in day to lose that they travelled many roads together prayed at many temples descriptions together and Abban grew between them such as father and son but still he did not reveal himself daily versed him in the science of state in the expression of poetry odds of him the overhead slash the ten side. Cut The aid side. Sweep the buddy. We the hand you turn the flower double the bladerunner. The maple leaf double the GNASHING lion. He taught him to be Nimble on his feet but never to retreat and then the wins. The snows melted and the rains came. Assuming a cherry trees were in full blossom. They had traveled hod and they traveled us and then worry with travel. They came to the end of Kasaka in the country of me. Know Camo Holy Priest Grace. My House your presence and you June noble young Prince. We thank you for your hospitality. Prince. Nearly a pilgrim in company of this holy presold Beef Hash has it may doubly welcome. My good wife prepares some hot food via stomach. Do come and meet my other lodges and and listened to the sweet voice of tonal we. She's renounced all being still meet. Kitschy do me no. I'm sure they were pleasure. Your presence on the journey tomorrow. Many times this Atas infested with Robert cray connections with us. We cannot number them but perhaps they will not impede our journey if we traveled together with the holy man and so stalwart a young protector. We join you. Gladly serves this. Holy Man shall serve you as well. Then join us in some go just close ago. Would you say the one for you? Then speak without fear. We listened readily gentlemen for the outlaw. Must have gotten into your coming and the goal you carry and has sworn to his tonight. All is not lost. What are we to do? How can we defend ourselves? Against the hordes of chromosomes. Let them come in what they will get. If one stout soldier go out to meet them they will not stand their ground. Bill fifty armed men what can one Mir stripling do against so many. Perhaps we can trade them our goal for our lives. Nee show walk over many dead bodies there. You have to give up your gold. Oil lives only man blessing. I go go my some garden and remember well the lessons. I have taught you notice to air. You go four years ago. My son was lost to me. The gods were kind I found him again into NATO was house. The boy embraced his father. And then turn to the others. Now arm yourselves as best. You can and wait here. I will go out to meet them and spoke evening us to darkness. He found himself a place where only three or four of the night was still no sound the crickets the reading the book the Moon was bright and cast as shadow around him but neither evil spirits. No Real men could chill the heart of middle. She welcome on some of Lord Journal Tokyo Japan and then some of horses and in rushed each justly will be. I become more more wild. I'm slugged. Not even the payroll but literally. She showed no a coup. It's SORTA Metro Lyon. I got a buddy wheel by a new term flower but they could not be tax him now team lay there another one domino swords swamped back weaponless to huma. Masako Masako cried. What do you got any be under? Whose all these. Wallin took a toll on the worst than tonight's afraid lift could he then hired say spitted colored was I will talk stocked up or die with my comb. Went to mighty Boise told them. They raising their work right. Electrical the win their none DR Congo of maybe the Chris. I wish you luck placement. Suddenly they're waking tiny appeared against whole mound of slain bodies. Yet so unpredictably seemed Komo. Suckers heart was chilled with site but he measured by should welcome ruse to football played against his five and a half foot so immortal hob Goblin Demon God. Tonight's battle will be fought in hell. Andy I loved from stroke award up the children his heart but chance to frighten the boy but none of his men joined all stood silently by still living in a circle waiting for the other two spring they closing breaking again and again strikes again and again his eric then. Masako deeply versed in the art of the Saudi lunch left puts an quick successfully executed the tensile body. Hanyang turn lenders you. What am I wrote. Countered WITH LATE DRUGS. Gnashing LINE THE. Maple leafs doubled the thousand Bucks Lake locks. Neither will then go Masako. Losing patients threw down his role sort of spreading out is rate ends rushed violate pass motor round of his legs. GonNa suck up the rise. The boat sort of Reuss Modem cleans with away sucker in one man. Cloven twin mounting. Komo's Steve made his way back to the in the conclusion of the CBS Radio Workshop April Seventh Nineteen fifty seven. No plays of Japan comes up in just four minutes. 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He rushed that same spot when danger convinced that these precautions are necessary. Right now I hope I can convince you. They're important here family yourself and your community now on Classic Radio Theater the conclusion of the CBS radio workshop production no plays of Japan as it was originally broadcast April seventh nineteen fifty seven. Moto took a yorio overjoyed at the safe return of his son and his miraculous accomplishments. Had this to say now that I have a son to share my throne with honor and serve might people with integrity. I would return to my wife to the affairs of State when the Pale Moon Fades. From this night sky we will pursue our way or the capital that very morning they set out on their way and reach the capital without for the mishap and it was great celebrating and rejoicing that were fireworks. And Cannon Marid's attainments and badgered reef spilling the temple bells tolled for the sake of the young Prince and eating that hold the ruler his wife and the young prince the rebel wizard the populace two days fasting and praying rate and. When they returned my meditation he issued a mission in there. Be Amongst to who would challenge my return to rule this land of sunrise then mass armies and declare your aims. Or if you'll be of a mind to serve your ruler loyally true then come in full regalia and receive my blessing and my love Evans. Dukes nodes and Masters Chamberlain's and Chancellors Samurai soldiers and priests farmers fishermen and sailors free minimum sweets. They came on horses that would fodder lectures rickety one carriages resplendent in close raggedy and talk and along with them. Right SA- Mayo Haggard. Along the horses old cannot hasten either witness book legit on his armor is dented wanted Steve told carotid and rusty but he moves like a man dedicated to serve. His Rula is country with determination and many erode was traveled. Many Day had set to rest until all assembled in the great courtyard of the palace and a ruler called Tendon the Lords and nobles all arrive Yes by all they have all among them should be a night in broken armor carrying a rusty sword leading his own. Lean horse find him and bring him to me. Campbell and obey Iran without catching his breath amongst Michnik clad nobles who had no trouble finding CEO. He was led to wear on a great ice. All the warriors of this symbol. Like a bright bevy of stars roll on roll they were semi-in soldiers nobles and Lords Jude and risk led the swift gone or glances. Fingers pointed the noise of laptop that rusty sags and trails undaunted Neal's from Tokyo. Young young have come he has coming Dean Janiaux of have you forgotten the priests two months you sheltered from the snowstorm and the boy you once called some my own. I M mobile. You have been through to the words that you spoke now. I shall be true to mind all you hear this. In the case of Teneo I returned to him his land his title and his deeds. And I do this attornal gratitude and devotion embrace the young Prince. The one he wants closed some broken low it was he good his armor and rusted though it was he held straight spear and bony though. It was amounted. Steve WYNN probably his homework. Wait been listening to a patient. Early Japanese theatre written by Harvey Marlow Feature. Today's Castle William. Conrad John Dinner Hence Gone Read. Virginia Gregg Mary. Flynn Ben Right. Joe Disentis Torin Thatcher Henry Blair David Franken and Yoshiko neon music by the radio. Yokthai musician oral group from the Japanese Union Troubles Angeles original music composed and conducted by radio workshop was produced and directed by Harvey Marlow April. Seventh one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Cbs Radio Workshop on Classic Radio Theater. This is a message from everyone at medishare. 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Get no idea who these people are. But it's fun little. Show this episode entitled the Love Scene. Hello there this is the family doctor. old chick. Yes Mr may off. I'll be right there as I finish putting these bandages away. We'll go ahead. I just wanted to know if you're delivered that thermometer doctor Adams Ho sure about half an hour ago. Did he pay you for? I was just had to put it on the books. That's just what I'm doing is Journ Penn. One biscuit new one pretty soon in using this one for a couple of months. Now you You're going over to the. Are you going over to the community club tonight? Mr May will no Bene- thinking about it but ain't made up my mind yet ain't never been too good about learning apart amateur theatricals since whiskers burned up one time. Your your whiskers. Also I was Santa Claus a couple of Christmases ago down to the Union church. Got Too close to a candle and up. They went the whiskers. I mean with your learning apart. Well I'll tell you you see chick every time star to play act I get thinking about them whiskers and my mind just don't seem to function. See the next time ahead apart. All I have to do is to come running in onto the platform and Yale old hall. What do you think a sad? But I don't know what well Sir I come running in all right but when I got there and seeing all them lights and people and all instead of saying old hold I ils fire fire. And you ain't never seen such a commotion as occurred at Moment You sir. I guess ain't just put together right to be Acting Fella. Take for instance that new drama teacher in town Theodosius Malloy says. She's good isn't she? Sure thing you know was awful. Nice her to come and stay in CEDARTOWN AND HELP. The folks at the club put on this entertainment. Yeah yeah well If you don't mind Mr May I'd kind of well I liked. You mean you'd like to go down to the community club and try out for one of the parts. Well yesterday I want Okie Doke each it all right with me and if you want me to take over for you sometimes you just let me know. Oh Hello Dr Adams he may. What do you mean by this? Is this your idea of a practical joke? Let's struggled up. Oh good this iphone down to you to send me up with her mom and look. What just ain't me? Well that's a good one. Yes yeah isn't it. You ought to know a doctor wouldn't have any use for this. Did what I wanted was a clinical. Mama works this. How would I get this thing into a patient? Well I'll tell you how it was my fault Dr Adams and your whole cow. Well no I should have told you shake. It was my fault when you stop apologizing to each other and tell me what this is all about. I guess told chick that. Take a thermometer up to your office DOC. And that's his idea of thermometer was it was it was it was the only one I saw. That's all right. Don't worry about it here doc. I'll get your clinical right away. I'm sorry chicken I got into trouble. Yard dot brand spanking new all right. Thanks but once this gadget. Oh that well. That's thermometer to go on a gas stove. Just stock them yesterday on a gas stove in a drugstore whale. You see Don I see all right on the you better not let bliss. Cd's you raised Ed for you telling what he should be selling in his hardware store. Never got a package of throat. Lozenges throat lowder's Okeydokey here. We are and what was the matter. Mandy Sore throat. No might have one later. Yeah Miss Malloy says I can try out for the leading part in the community cloud play thrill in you. Well that's fine man. Good luck and I want you all to come to the club tonight. Miss Malloy says she knows that I'm going to be just Dan. Hurry long now. I've got address to finish from Windsor. And then I got a wrist all afternoon. Getting Ready for tonight. You know good. Good Night Martin. If that's sweetser the I shall say good night till it be mar a balcony scene ally. Say Doc I've got ide- yeah what you know. Mattie Clark's been sweet on Hank as an for about ten years now never give her a tumble. That's right well don't you see? We'll get Miss Malloy to make hang. And mattie tryout together. We'll get her to have hank make love to. Mattie right up there on that platform in front of all those people yeah that's well you don't WanNa yes sir. That's just what I'm GONNA do. We I had so much fun since the winters stable burnt down. Gentlemen all right now. I know that you people haven't had a great deal of experience in the theater. But I'm sure that all bear with each other. We'll get along nicely and selective fine cost to present. This plan. Did play thank you now. You had a chance to look over your scripts and we might as well talk right in this matchy clock I am. It's below I already did never think for the ordeal. I don't think it's going to be too much of an ordeal miss clock. You looked over your part have you. Oh I should say I ain't gonNA think after the last three days that make address from Windsor. Yes of course now in this scene I'd like to have missed a hazen. Play the part opposite misclubbed in here. I'm here all right. Pete May told me want to see me. Yes yes Mr now. Here's your part now the ideas this you been away to the wars. What leave. Well I don't know just a war of some kind and you come back expecting to find the young girl you left behind you waiting waiting expectantly for your return you understand. Yeah I get it. Yes all now were turn out. The house lies all right. Go ahead you too. Well go ahead you. Start I hang. Oh sure yes the same apple blossoms this same river that same rock the same moon but worse the Gal good. Mr Hazen not gail. Oh sure. But where's the girl here? I am DEL Mar. It is little Lottie the same sweet girl you left here and this apple orchard many long years ago. Hoti just moment Mr Hazen you. You're not disappointed at seeing her. No this is the girl. You'll be longing to meet again. Never since you went away. Read that line please. With more tenderness the epitome of the. We'll try it again Something like this on all right. Mr. Here's and try it better that now you take her in your arms dominate. Mr Hazen. Have you ever had a girl in your arms before? Wait sure why not but miss clock isn't a sack of Bali. She's the girl you've been waiting to hold do clutch to your Manley breast with tenderness Mr Hazen with love. Okay like this. That's better now. Go ahead with your line to think we meet again come letter. Shit on Yonder Rock. They said No. No Mister Hinson. That's a stage direction. That means that you take the go over to the Rock and sit down. What rock have you ever been on stage before? Have you ever done apart in play before? Well no I have you MS Clark. We all know lime awfully sorry folks but I'm very much afraid. I'm GONNA have to find a couple of people to do these two parts who have had some little experienced. I'm sure you understand. Don't do all and thank you for coming over. Time perhaps Miss Bliss Ella Mary Bliss and Mr Harper Chick Hopper try these plots if you will tank Hayes and how could you watch the trump? I did my best. You knew you couldn't act if I could have had somebody who knew what he was doing. I could've done better. Mozelle shouldn't take on so you could write a manny. Never Right May Guy Pride. You shouldn't laugh at Port Mandy Poor Mattie golly sakes dot. I ain't seen not themselves fundings. The Windsor stable burned down. Yeah I know I must say you've got a distorted sense of humor now dot mat. He'll get over it online and opie money isn't as young as you used to be an automobile up ahead of us. There looks like a stall wonder who it is doc. It's hang hastens automobiles eighty. Yeah sure shooting. Yep that's who it is slow down doc. Maybe they're in trouble saying matty's would let's see if they need help any trump. How whoa Hello Peter. Hello Doc didn't SPEC find you out here on Israel. Beat was just making a call with me. Hope we will. I hope we didn't disturb. You will recognise short of who will now price Siemian Mattie out here well sorta sparking like each rule little. Yeah well tell the truth. I'm Kinda surprised himself but Mattie she was feeling so bad about the play and all all right thank. You better come along. We are just a minute doc. Say Hank how come you're such a mess up there on that stage tonight. But you're you're doing all right now hank I'll tell you I guess when I do much sparking. I just don't like an audience This is the family. Doctor I'd be in DC again right to go by there. You have it from nineteen thirty to the family doctor here on Classic Radio Theater. This isn't my webpage classic. Radio DOT stream there you can stream classic. 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Very special edition of Free Talk. Live radio where you control the Airwaves at eight fifty. Five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three and in studio you have events and we have an explosive episode for you today. We're going to be talking about surprise. Surprise Corona virus but More diverse more diverse group of group of articles are going to be talking about how it's affecting the economy how it's affecting people's mental health. How it's affecting business and some people have decided to organize to fight back against that. Ian Has that story we'll get to it and also also this it's somewhat related but as on tirelessly I I'd say it's more of a Trojan horse related we're going to be talking about. V Dreaded Five G. and not only its potential effect on cove in nineteen this corona virus quote pandemic. Although you know some people disagree with via term pandemic going to be talking about the attempts to censor any discussion about five g. from mainly from Google. We have David Eick his neo. David is a very colorful character. A conspiracy researcher author and lecturer and he had an interview on Real Lunda. Here Real London which is a which is a youtube which is a pretty big youtube channel about a million subscribers and within an hour of the interview being uploaded to Youtube. Google just takes it down right. It didn't have any nudity or violence or cursing or anything that otherwise would violate its normal procedures ride. Google owns youtube and it was taken down and I have a peer reviewed right because you know according to the scientific community right pure. Peer reviewed papers are Info not not infallible but they believe peer reviewed papers way more than they do just regular articles even vo articles site peer reviewed papers. But you. It's it's beyond the point. I have peer reviewed and it's worth pointing out that peer review doesn't really hold that much water depending on the journal an how easily manipulated they are and there's been some stories about some serious question. Mark Surrounding Peer Reviewed Journal. Oh absolutely absolutely yes and at least from what I learned pouted when in my public my government public school science Class Bay said that peer reviews for like a filter or a right so as long as people take a look at it. Then you know you. You won't just have all sorts of crazy submitting papers on how you know. They could talk to mice with paper clips but then on the upper end because if a crazy person does get paper peer reviewed. Then you know it's resolve whatever issues actually this one which is from the publishing. The toxicology letters titled Adverse Health Effects of five G mobile networking technology under real life conditions. It actually envy which will be reading some experts from tonight. It's does mention the Y. Speculates on why there's been so many positive news and positive studies on five G. and how five G. absolutely is totally harmless. And in fact it's the opposite if you're speaking out against five. G. Urva crazy conspiracy theorist even vo vers evidence suggests that even. Em APPS and wireless radiation VAT is that is within FCC is capable of causing a lot of bodily harm. But I but so yeah. That's that's what we have to talk about. An you said you had a story about Was a name we haven't heard from quite some time. Despite the controversy Ammon Bundy ride the rancher who started it all in things in Nevada where he refused to back down to the Bureau of Land Management. Or as an armed standoff. I think that was his father. I think that it was amens. Father who was the person who refused to back. Down in in Nevada. If I recall correctly I forget his name but Amann became Ayman was involved in that situation. If I recall correctly and then he got a lot more prominence once there was the va mind Oregon or the Oregon wildlife refuge standoff. That they had ammon was the one of the leaders in that situation where I believe someone who was killed in that rivalry serves any someone was should one of the one. I don't know if they were called militia or whatever they want to be called one of them was shot inver car by things I by police and he was caught on I think drone was flying over. It was such a long time ago so I'm surprised that they've they've resurfaced. So do you want to tell us about that? What what the Bundy's are saying. Well here's there's a couple different stories. This one is from D. nyu's E. DOT com out of sandpoint Idaho inside an old factory building. In north of Boise a few dozen people gathered recently to hear from Ammon Bundy. The man who once led an armed takeover of the Oregon Wildlife Refuge the meeting which appeared to violate orders by Governor Brad. Little of Idaho to avoid group. Gatherings wasn't assertion of what Bundy said was a constitutional right to peaceably assemble. So at least somebody finally got some coverage for their peaceable assembly. We didn't get Jack Squat here in Keene or not keen by concord when we did it last week. Oh he said constitutional right. Didn't someone tell him? Address virus going around and there's a versa crisis in the constitution doesn't apply when there's a crisis when be even? Nova Constitution was written during a crisis. I suspect a bunch of people probably told him that given the the folks who have been very hostile towards those of us out here. I'm sure he's received Been on the receiving end of some of hostility from his scaredy neighbors who are cowering in their homes as we speak but Mr Bundy said he also hoped to create a network of people ready to come to the aid of those facing closure of their businesses or other interference from the government as a result of the corona virus outbreak. Bundy told the meeting quote. If it gets bad enough and our rights are infringed upon enough we can physically stand in defence in whatever way we need to but we hope we don't have to get there unquote in a state with pockets of deep wariness about both government and mainstream medicine. The sweeping restrictions aimed at containing the spread of the virus have run into outright rebellion in some parts of Idaho which is facing its own worrying. Spike IN CORONA virus cases. The opposition is coming. Not only from people like Bundy who's armed takeover the Oregon refuge with dozens of other men and women in two thousand sixteen lead to a forty one day. Standoff we cover that in great detail here on Free Talk Live but also from some state lawmakers and county sheriff who are calling the governor statewide. Stay at home order. An infringement on individual liberties actually have one. Sheriff who is speaking out against? It wasn't very refreshing. Healthcare providers and others have been horrified at the public calls to countermand social distancing requirements. Warning that failing to take firm measures could overwhelm Idaho's small hospitals and put large numbers of people at risk of dying. See you just don't care about people dying if you WanNa go out and live free. This is the message that I've been given on social media by people many of whom I don't know just random people commenting about how terrible of person I am that I obviously hate old people and want you know the elderly to die. Because I'm going to go out and I'M GONNA act like a Free Person. Oh Yeah. Nba The V. Wishes of death of you. People say they love to see you choke on your own mucus and all these loving always loving concerning concerns. People are best well-wishers yeah so I still don't understand. Maybe if somebody wants to call in at eight fifty five four fifty free and explain to me how exactly it is that me going out and about is gonNA put your grandfather endanger if your grandfather stays inside his home. I'm still not clear on how that is. That's a good point. I wonder if it's taking the herd immunity mentality to like an exponential level. Where not just that? Verse offers always going to be at least. It used to be thought that there's always going to be a few outliers. You Know Vos dumb rednecks Hicks or to the people who are paranoid who weren't going to get their vaccines but they're just going to die so everyone else who has a herd immunity but now the idea is literally everyone right near that's exasperated by Dr Fao Cheese saying that ver not going to ease up on all these restrictions and shut down until zero Dobson's zero cases so basically never yes So anyway if you want to comment on that. You're welcome to do so. I'd still love to hear how somebody WHO's shutting themselves off quarantining themselves inside their own. Home is somehow at risk from somebody else going out and living their life. That just doesn't make sense to me now. I can understand if you're going to argue. Oh well those people are still leaving their homes. They're going to the grocery store you could infect the grocery store clerk in the grocery store clerk could infect this person or whatever but if that's the concern then they shouldn't leave their effing home exactly. You can have all your groceries delivered. And it's it's the same deal with visa visa. People call these Cairns these shrill obnoxious women who on video or screaming at people to get back inside. We're GONNA call the police well. Listen Lady what are you doing outside of your house? All this all these people. And it's the ultimate form of virtue signaling. Right you got to listen to the government. You've gotta listen to me and the media Roy you're going to die Eight fifty five four fifty. Three by the way Bundy's looking at one thousand people. There's a little bit more all right. We'll get to that and much more. This is free talk live. 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Let's see here said this about the The cove at nineteen he said quote. It really doesn't matter what numbers there are when it comes to the krona virus. It really doesn't matter if it's real or not if it's rampant or not whether it's a pandemic or not he said because it still doesn't give government officials the right to infringe upon our rights and that's what matters and I say I totally agree with him because even though right now. The numbers still haven't reached flu levels by the way compared to last year's flu numbers. They're still not there now. Looks like you know it could make it there. I think there's like fifteen thousand. Who have died ostensibly from corona virus. But again is we. There's another headline today that I think it was New York. Times or post one of the other reporting that the federal government is reporting anyone who dies of Corona virus having died from Cova nineteen so there's other Corona Vira there right and this is just the latest variant of it but they're just go ahead and chocolate them all up to the same one even though they may not be in. The fake news is reporting on it as if it was cove in nineteen also without putting Inva- distinction just to ramp up the fearmongering and sell more newspapers and get more clicks. Sure that's what it's all about for them But so what Bundy's pointing out here is look. This is what I said even if it turns out to be more deadly than the flu and item. I still haven't seen that. That's the case but even if it were the case even if three times as many people as get the flu were infected by this. I would still have the same position. I would still have the position that those who want to take. The risk should be free to go out and take the risk and that those who want to stay inside and like you know keep themselves away from people. That's your freedom. You already do that. You don't need to have some government goon threatening people and arresting pastors and breaking up. There's another story about a a wedding. Where the bridegroom? Got Arrested immediately after getting hitched. I mean there's just a myriad of these you know now you've got neighbors snitching on neighbors. I mean it's just a it's an insane situation out there a little bit more from Bundy though according to E. E. News Dot Net. The meeting focused on how to oppose stay at home. Orders via three prong strategy of legal political and physical protests. Bundy told attendees he's received interest in his efforts from unnamed elected representatives and other individuals around the state. He says quote. I think we have to think about if we were successful here spreading it at least the knowledge and the things we learn way beyond even the state of Idaho but bundy cutoff. Further discussion of expanding his latest. 'cause including suggestions from attendees about using the platform zoom to hold meetings in favor of focusing on Organization of phone lists and other basic communication strategies from the group Let's see he also encouraged attendees to support businesses particularly those not classified by the state as essential during the closures even if they must risk the threat of arrest now. This is something that I would love to do. I would love to find out that there was a business out there who actually is going to open their doors back up and say you know what it's my business. My customers can come in if they want to. Because I would be there in a heartbeat if I could to support a business like that if they exist around here I haven't heard about it. Have you no no not at all? And it's not like they would then maybe legal fees not like they would lose money by anymore. It's not like they would lose any more money by opening up for you. Whatever customer that wants to come in they could be arrested. Yeah Oh yeah. That's why I said you have a legal fees versus just you know having all the overhead costs having to still pay property taxes. At least you'll at least for now. I haven't heard anything about them waving property taxes and by the way that Property tax bill is going to be coming in next month. Here in in Keene New Hampshire all that suggests I I wonder if we will see business closures because of that I have Abyan. It's you know the people who are like I haven't seen very much pushback against the corporate bailout but and I have a story here for later right art laffer. Who Sees a Reagan economists? Who suggested that? They're just tax cuts right. You'll payroll tax cuts and like in the Reuters right. They say oh well that was. Your tax cuts are known to increase the deficit. Nothing government spending is known to increase the deficit not forcing people to pay a little bit less. Money and spending two point. Two trillion dollars is definitely going to increase the deficit as well not only in the national debt and I just there's another story today about the Fed GonNa pump out another two point three trillion. Oh yeah absolute trump wants to have it was in phases right right now via three hundred fifty billion dollars that percents fighting over for small business relief right loans where like seventy five percent of it is waived by the government if that money is given towards towards their employees so basically the government giving like essentially government giving companies money to keep people hired which is very something out of life straight out of atlas shrugged. That's GonNa that's three hundred feet. That's called phase free point five so face. I don't WanNa see what face for his right to two trillion dollars like phase. Four is going to be like five trillion. All of this within what three weeks two weeks. And then they're just cranking it out all these all these fiscal conservatives suddenly disappeared except Thomas Massie but he got the third degree from everyone. Democrat Republican trump. John Kerry. Yeah they really want to build a capacity. Really want this money so we're going to continue. I think it's great. That verse has a lot of the resistance to the quarantine. Everything has been coming from. Talk Radio and media. I'm glad finally for someone with boots on the ground and who would have known it would have been the Bundy's right so very dedicated family. Yeah dedicated towards freedom. If we had more families like them in the country we might be a lot way freer. This is free talk. Live eight five eight fifty five four fifty three. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. This is free live. 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I mean for saying like they seriously believe eighteen months and I don't think there's going to be an much of an economy left because so much of the US economy's based off of services and you'll now you know it's face to face interaction. Well you're not the only one. According to zero hedge dot com or people died of suicide last week in Tennessee than cove in nineteen. Oh absolutely yeah actually let's Let's get into that one because that's that's people and by the way it's not just going to be suicide that kills people because we've been focusing on that when we talk about. Oh Yeah what about right. 'cause there's the people who we need to do anything to save someone from covert nineteen. Oh Yeah what about the people who are GONNA kill themselves? Well they don't matter as much because you know they can't be infected with suicide so therefore it's more important to save people from Cova Nineteen. What about all the people who are not only going to be suicidal over this but the people who are going to be subjected to let's say abuse in their own homes their story about that domestic abuse out abuse is up in Arizona. Of course that's going to be happening as well. People are losing their jobs. That's one of the reasons why people are going to kill themselves but another thing that's going to happen as a result of all this depression is people who have had drug addictions in the past and had beaten them are going to go back because they don't have anything else to do and idle hands. Do the devil's work right Those who are currently drug addicted or certainly going to spiral even further down into that and of course they can't afford those habits so that's going to result in an increase in crime. There's going to be all kinds of problems coming out of this and it's already starting to see a massive increase in alcohol purchase and consumption. Which is going to be helpful for alcoholics people's addictions it's also a depression and suicide. Also because a lot of at least one thing that I learned is that people sometimes people could come the closest to actually committing suicide because for judgement is impaired with alcohol. And that's I mean what else is to do. I mean the liquor stores are open like I've a for better for worse. Some people might say that. It's you know maybe the government should close liquor stores so people will just make their own well. Yeah that's a good point you'll use have bathtubs. Exploding all across the country will go blind from the bad after. Jin Or whatever There's an actually an excerpt here in zero heads story from Glenn Jacobs who is the wrestler known as Kane. He's now the mayor of Knox County in Tennessee. He said quote. Are this far our reaction to Kobe. Nineteen has been a sacrifice the global economy. The truth is a sick economy. Produces sick people and he's right about that now as I was saying earlier. Some people who are critical of my position. And I think we share similar positions on this Vincent they are all well. You just hate old people all you care about his business. You are so selfish you just want people corporations business business business and it's like well yes of course. I'm concerned with economic freedom because it's part of Freedom. I'm also concerned with personal freedom as well and it's all being just crapped upon. Well now I'm support. I mean I'm supporting small business. I'm concerned about the small businesses. Big businesses right like Walmart. Big Box stores Boeing the airlines. They're doing fine. You know what I'm doing fine but we're gonna be okay because everyone's going to get all EVATT although bailout money. Yeah we'RE GONNA benefit. Some of these stores are allowed to write your Walmart's allowed to stay open while you know. Just local non essential mom and pop shops at could sell essentially identical items are be your are forced to shut down because they are not essential. All these big corporations are starting to rely more and more on automation and robots and And Yeah so. I mean they're doing burr. GonNa be just fine. It's just a small businesses right. And now you know the big two trillion dollar bailout for all. The big corporations where ninety one percent went to ninety one percent of it was pork and you know went to the special interest. Lobbyists and corporations only eight eight or nine percent went to people that was passed. Fine only one person discreet hours representative Masi now when they actually have a bill that supports small businesses. Ride the phase. Three point five. I think Lindsey Graham Call it. That's where you know now sentence in a deadlock and they're fighting over it so there's obviously a preference towards you know the big. The big boys of cats are always will be. They're the ones who are lining the pockets of politicians absolutely. So I don't know what else there really isn't. The story is just that I think the headlines. The most important part is that you've got more people who have killed themselves already. What we're three weeks into this lockdown at this point so how bad's going to be in another three more weeks when when people were already seeing people having trouble paying the rent. A lot of people are being laid off record numbers in recent times or filing for unemployment. Oh absolutely especially now when things are starting to get nicer outside when it's like if if this lasts until June Joe God forbid it lasts into May June July August right and they're not going to report by the way they're not going to report drug overdoses as suicides. Unless there's evidence that it was a suicide if somebody dies simply because they took too much heroin on accident well. It's not really a suicide. That person just wanted to get high to forget about their problems for a little while and they died because of it. And that's going to happen more often too. So you're going to see people dying from drug overdoses. You'RE GONNA see people dying in desperation kind of situations where they need to go and get more drugs. So they're going to go. Try to rob a convenience store but then they're going to get blasted by the convenience store operator is they should be in that case and this is going to get really ugly. I wish I could say better things. I wish I was optimistic about this. But the longer this goes on the more dramatically bad the situation is gonna get economically and then all the fall out the personal fallout that comes from the economics. I have a little bit. I don't know if this is positive or not but we'll hear from MSN POT. Use reached all time high in. March amid lockdown measures. Right now depressed about say. It's not a drug. Excuse me IT'S A. It's a plant as a chemical and active chemical. That won't fire. You're all alter your state of consciousness. I understand just saying compared to when people talk about drugs. They think of like narcotics like heroin or cocaine case. I want to remind people right people who can probably never seen marijuana before right. Is this you know who grew up? Watching reefer madness cannabis pot as people. Call it that I think is a stupid name for it is a plant. So if you're From Bloomberg Cannabis use use hit an all time. High in March is locked down measures spread across giving more giving people more free time with less to do a marsh survey of twenty five hundred consumers by Cowan and Co found at thirty three percent had tried cannabis at some point in our lives record high for the past month. Twelve point eight percent of respondents said they'd use pot above twelve point five percent average in twenty nineteen sales spiked in mid-march as people rushed to stock up ahead of a potential dispensary closures. Cowan said which has happened in some states. Massachusetts closed their dispensaries and they've The weekly sales growth peaked at sixty four percent in the week ended March sixteen highest rate of increase since at least the beginning of two thousand nine hundred nine however sales decelerated during the last two weeks of a month to mid to high single digit range may be linked to more pronounced deterioration job security from past month cannabis consumers relative to the general population. So I mean I laser smoking weed versus you know drinking alcohol or doing harder drugs. They're going to be doing that too don't you? 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It's in and Ian has some very discerning numbers here regarding the how many Americans are unable to pay were unable. Currently unable to pay rent justice would just in the month of April Writing Table Today. So just like just a little bit over a week. We'll rent was do a week ago. Usually at a pay rent in advance. Right you'll yes. Yes as the Yahu Finance Reporting Sarah Painter painter reporting as the novel Corona Virus slows the. Us economy many renters. Now unemployed wonder how they're going to pay their April rent. New Data shows that one third of Americans did not pay their April ramp before the due date as the corona virus so-called pandemic causes mass layoffs and financial disruption member. Corona virus. Didn't cause this things it was the government goons who caused those things. Thirty one percent and people's obedience because if people just ignored this government you know these edicts than we'd all be were still be going to work and if the fake news. Mainstream media didn't just blindly parrot. All everything that you know the government was saying and all these point xers and quacks were saying than the people wouldn't freak out as much in demand for enslavement. So I just WanNa say I just WanNa put it in the media and the government are beaufort I'd say as culpable in Viz media's a total lapdog for government just they just take whatever the press releases from the government and they just print it unedited basically invade? Don't question it because they don't WanNA lose lucrative interview. That's right so now the numbers at first then. I'll look as bad when you compared to last year. So thirty one percent of. Us renters did not pay April rant on time this month this year. And that's up from nineteen percent a month earlier and eighteen percent in April of two thousand eighteen so the so even a year ago there was still almost one out of five renters. Who didn't pay their rent. So that's it's not. That much is up fifty percent compared to a year ago. But you know. Ten percentage points overall So but this is just the beginning remember. Were just getting into this and among. Us renters only sixty nine percent of them paid April rent on time according to a new report by the national multifamily Housing Council based on thirteen point. Four million rentals Grainger MacDonald who's a curve Texas landlord with over forty five hundred units. That's a lot of houses. He said I started worrying. When restaurants and public spaces started shutting down. I know it was necessary but man. It's painful when our tenants started getting laid off. I knew we had a huge problem. Unquote renters are particularly exposed to financial risk. During the pandemic they tend to have lower income and less stable jobs than homeowners contributing to some thirty five percent who've lost income due to cope in nineteen according to a March thirty first survey of five hundred renters by St Louis Listing website. Clever forty five percent of renters do not have enough savings to cover rent payments for a single month and that's important number because it echoes similar numbers that we've talked about in the US economy where most people in the US do not have a five hundred dollar nest egg. They don't have any savings of any sort. Basically beyond maybe a week's worth to get them through any kind of financial difficulty and is what they call live from paycheck to paycheck correct and that is very very common in the United States. If you're living paycheck to paycheck that means not only. You'RE NOT GONNA be able to pay the rent but you're also not to be able to keep the electricity on because you know you can't afford to pay that either and thank goodness for a lot of people. Were not going into the winter months coming out of winter. Thank goodness or you'd literally have people freezing to death or Iva can't pay car payments of AK they don't have your car or I may have their car. Repoed if their if their car you know they get alone. May See the repo men doing brisk business and I mean. I don't want to compare this to slavery because a lot. Even though the economy's pretty Tony of a whole Federal Reserve System Devalue your savings and such and then it's the whole system is rate but it's sort of like we might be looking at some sort of like return to form of serfdom right like people use the term like wage. Slavery never left it. Well I I say oh I mean depending on win like pay the man you gotta pay the King. Oh I see the taxes difference. While I'm saying in this case like people would be even more subservient to the government because you instead of being but let's say like Thomas Jefferson Right. His view of like the perfect American was like the Yeoman farmer right small tenant farmers where people ourselves more or less self sufficient Because we're not going to have to rely on the government food if you could if you could grow your own food or your community had enough people like you know your neighbors a sheep farmer you get milk and cheese and such a sheep farmer a shepherd compared to now at all the people. They can't survive on their own. Most people live in coffin apartments in these massive cities over. It's like it's like vis economy right for recession is creating now. This whole cove in nineteen response. It's creating a dependent class because if the government does a total like takeover you know abolishes the bill of rights. Habeas Corpus suspended people who I go through all that hassle when they can just ignore it. That's what I mean. And people who are dependent on the Government Fervor House for food for your children for everything are going to be far less likely to go against that rebel versus people who are self sufficient and have something to lose. That much is true. I mean this is going to get a lot more people probably on welfare than previously Had been on welfare and that of course creates the welfare entitlement mentality. And that is not good for productivity. And it's not good for somebody's mental health absolutely and just causes government to get bigger and bigger because I investment instances where like E bt cards or whatever electric system that stores the government has at stores would recognize the food stamps or whatever it would fail right just because of a glitch or you know if we want to get conspiratorial government. Purposefully made it malfunctioned. To See what Peo- how people will respond and there were riots. Right like people are smashing stuff in store for just a few years ago so imagine now if all around the country people aren't able to get there are able to get for checks thirty two percent of renters said. If they couldn't afford the rent they would simply stop making payments so one out of three renters to say. I'M GONNA pay. I'll stay here and forced the landlord to evict me while thirty five percent of Richard said they would borrow the money. Six percent said they used their credit card. Six percent said they would take out a loan. According to a sample of twenty thousand rental units nationwide thirty five percent of renters. Who were laid off did proactively tell their landlords so the other two-thirds didn't tell their landlords they've been laid off as of April third McDonald in Texas had one hundred twenty flexible payment agreements. Worked out with tennis. Still about thirty percent of his tenants are already past due and had not asked for any kind of flexible agreement or even communicated with him so he said he didn't know how he would pay his bills because remember a lot of people who are of the opinion of damn nose landlords. You know those darn land. And there's no doubt there's some slum lords out there that are terrible but landlords are usually just people like you. Maybe they had a little bit more success in life or they were left some money from their parents or whatever their story is they. They were able to afford to buy a house or an or more than one house because presumably. They are living in their own home. In addition to to renting one to you but these guys have bills to pay as well mortgages to pay. They've got mortgages to pay. They've got property taxes to pay and as he points out he's got insurance. This guy's got forty five hundred houses. He's got managers he's got fees he's got Salaries to pay for employees maintenance guys because remember when you own when you rent a home and the water heater goes out. Well you're not responsible for fixing it. That's the landlords job so he's got to either go in himself if he's handy enough to do it but if you've got forty five hundred houses you've got to have people so he calls up his maintenance division they go in they fix the water heater. GotTa pay those people. He's got to buy the new water heater. And normally that's money. That comes out of the rent. So if he's not getting paid rent you know can't fix the water heater. And what if those people were deemed non-essential war? Vertu afraid to go to work because of getting a lot of these people like plumbers electricians and well universita older and such so what happens if those are considered essential business. They are but still what happens if you know desire or not enough people go around. Or if they just don't will you don't want to go in for work and these problems like you're dripping from your bathroom upstairs. Who is this going to damage property even more yup? I'M IS BAD. It's bad news and there's no easy solution here besides letting people go back to work letting people make a decision for themselves about how handle their own life instead of having these bureaucrats and politicians hand down to orders from on high issue with that is is because a lot of people are at least people on the writer suggesting that you know we need to get back to work by. May but then people who are against that are saying that if we go back to work now for might be even more deaths. It's fine honestly. 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We're going to continue talking about the economic impact of this not cove in nineteen not the impact of virus. Ibm viruses candidate the V. Main economic impact hasn't been from virus. It's been from V. I was GONNA say reaction of government but it's reaction of people to the fearmongering that's being spread started out from the government and Van by the media which means if it's just shows how short people's attention spans are right. And it's like nineteen eighty-four George Orwell's nineteen eighty-four which country took place in Veyrat war with east. At the beginning it was like East Asia and their allied with your Asia and towards the end of the book. Mid-sentence VIAN VER ver propaganda. Saying yeah you know were The war against your Asia's going very well and then suddenly you here like paper. You have a guy gets a new paper We've attacked East Asia. Now everyone immediately forgets about your Asia starting on East Asia and I thought to myself. That is so unrealistic. How could people ever fall for it and now you have these same politicians in New York right? Who are saying. Oh don't New York City saying like Oh you know it's an immediate over worst part about the krona virus thing whatever's coming out of Wuhan. This is like about a month ago. The worst part about all of that is being mean to Chinese people and being a xenophobic Chinese people. Go you know His viruses and you got plenty of media organizations that said that Corona virus is similar to the floor and actually the flu was even more dangerous corona virus and aid. These politicians say. Oh yeah go to Chinatown. Go go go go outside. Hug a Chinese person In Italy and now they're saying Oh you know we were always saying that this was dangerous so trump should have done more before and it just so sick and people are falling into people. Don't remember that just just a month ago. They're saying yeah. Go outside. It's totally sick. So He's been waiting patiently on the line. We have Dave from the East Coast. Thank you for your call. What's undermined grow idea? Dave Dave Yeah Hi I am very pissed off and really you can ask people wearing these stupid any freaking as they look like and even in the calm down today. Did you shouting calm down? Calm down and please calmly express why you despise these masks. You don't need in your frigging car of. It's a good point actually well unless you're using recycled air from outside for air conditioning. But are I? Somebody could cough at you out their window. I guess I. I haven't seen anyone wearing masks in key. Indoor car in keene plenty. People walking is seeing it in cars really. How many have you seen Dave? I think twenty by twenty or so. We did the other day. I was behind somebody and they had a really bad body owner because I was right behind him. And you shower anymore. People saying Oh. Why should ask? If Dave's gotta give you hygiene advice. The world has truly gone topsy. Turvy anything else you'd like to add Dave. Yeah I'm like you know. There is no violence good. I don't know that I mean look. Hey I I appreciate a good conspiracy theory as much as the next Guy Dave but I don't know if I would go so far as to say there is no virus. Corona virus is a type of virus that has existed for a long time. I mean this. This is just a novel Corona Virus. Meaning it is supposedly a new one that has not been detected previously. So if you are you denying that there's no covert nineteen or you denying that Corona viruses period do not exist. I'm nine that's a whole string. Everyone is showing clearly over nothing. I look into gross. You sort of Nice and I got a years. People have put plastic over those run thing. He's an cash that you plastic thing we're in between glass. Sheriff Dave's concerns. I will say that. I don't agree with him that you know there's no such thing as the virus but I will say this that. This plexiglass is ridiculous. The overreactions by people are really ridiculous and outrageous. The government response has been shocking and completely authoritarian. And the fact that people are putting up with it and embracing it and worse snitching on their neighbors over it and targeting people for what you might call quarantine shaming. I've heard it called that I've even had people. Who Are Libertarians? Shame me as well so I mean it's really. It's an ugly situation. Thank you thank you for the call Dave and I gotta say it's real you know. I'm glad you brought a quote. Libertarians are courting shame I mean just imagine how shameful it must be for vs people that day from New York is having a better reaction to the not a better reaction. I mean shouting into the show calling to raise radio show shouting but Dave from New York has a better take Ben vestment. All of this panic is for nothing. Van these so-called Libertarians. Who are just losing their minds and begging to be enslaved his shameful display of I'd say I don't know how. How many like would you say most of the liberty movements or because I know you're it'd be as I've said I saw an atom co caches facebook? At least as of a few weeks ago he was had a similar position to ours. I haven't seen but he's been posting. I follow him on Instagram. And he's posted some critical memes critical of the whole Cova response. I haven't heard anyone from the National Libertarian Party. You'll having any sort of protest or speaking out against I haven't seen protests. I mean the National Libertarian. Party basically exists to run political candidates. Pretty much all they do okay. So it's okay so they've been as irrelevant as they normally are even during non crises. Which is what the what the hell kind of management do they have. There I was at the. It's not run by the Free State project but there is a what they call the new movers party. That happens once a month. Have you ever been to one of these snow underground club? Oh no I was ever called the Quill. And they all this not really underground anymore. Once upon a time anyway you mentioned on national radio. It's it's been talked about before it happens once a month and it's like you know the first Tuesday of the month it's the public events supposedly although the door was locked this time so I don't know if that you know if they're being a little more cautious but I would say there were about half as many people at the event that I've seen previously so I mean if that's any kind of indicator maybe it's about half he's Okay. All right yeah. It's not not bad. I guess just half. That's that's all right super cool because you know everybody. There was like super cool because everybody there was not afraid of You know what might happen would you? I saw a picture. Didn't didn't some people have masks on. Yeah but they took him at certain points also is ironic. Might have just been ironic so Thank you for your call. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three two or you could go to disgorge dot L. or Anton FM to join in on the Air Colin Lion. So now we had an article by millennials in lentils which you may be on the cusp of Based on how old you are but SF. And I also may be on the cusp. The other the older Casa millennials. I feel more like gen-x personally because I grew up in the nineteen nineties or as a teenager in the in the nineteen nineties anyway. The New York Times story here by Nathaniel Popper about millennials that are now facing an economic crisis after already being burdened with debt. The last time a serious economic downturn hit in two thousand eight Evans Shod was in high school and the crisis seemed like a news event. That happened to other people this time. As the corona virus has brought the economy to its knees again. It wasn't the krona virus it was the government and their response and the fact that people went along with it. It has become a personal affair for Evan. When non essential businesses were closed last month in Kansas City where he lives shod or shoddy who's twenty-six lost his job at a carpet store and almost all of the shifts at his second job at a coffee shop his girlfriend? Caitlin Gardner was laid off from a different coffee shop. The money they did have in their bank accounts a little more. Then guess how much Five hundred dollars actually. A little more thousand dollars is only enough to cover. This week's eight hundred dollar check. Forget about his three hundred dollars student loan payments or the health insurance. He was hoping to finally sign up for well. Hopefully they have invested in a tent and some place to pitch it up. This is free talk. Live eight fifty four fifty three. That's eight five five four five zero seven three three and on the other side. 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