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"mike mccollum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"mike mccollum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And let's set the business week agenda on this busy Tuesday Michael clone is senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg intelligence on the phone from the international technology summit in Bermuda Gina Martin Adams chief equity strategist at Bloomberg intelligence on the phone from New Jersey lots to get to including the commodity trade that nickel trade but Gina I gotta start with you because can't count on a lot when it comes to the equity trade but you can count on volatility Yeah I think this is the year of volatility to say the least especially considering the rough start that you and Tim we're speaking to And sadly I'm not sure that's going to go away anytime soon Given the ongoing risk emanating out of Ukraine Russia war as well as very very high commodity costs which are now starting to create some risks to the longer term growth outlook The longer this goes on the more we have to really question our second half bounce back series Can I ask you okay that's what I wanted to know because I think it's very easy for some to say hey if we get a resolution soon we can kind of disregard this in terms of market economic impact Certainly not the individual and people impact not at all But I do wonder how you gauge it How long does it go on that We start to say okay we've really got to reassess our models and our forecasts Yeah I think that's a great question And frankly we're still in the process of trying to figure out some different scenarios for the meaning of this spike and commodity prices for the broader index I do think the one thing that you can take some solace in is at least so far Analysts are not reducing the revenue expectations for S&P 500 companies And I think that that's the key trigger to watch is it's very unlikely that this is impact going to impact first quarter earnings season But will it impact second and third quarter earnings forecast via the revenue lines is a huge question because what we've seen over the course of this year is revenue estimates are still going higher Earnings estimates are going lower So the predominant impact of this crisis is still viewed as an inflationary impact that creates a lot of margin tension but does not create a downdraft in growth And I think we're all on guard for that down graft We haven't seen it in the numbers yet Right Will we start to see it in the numbers in the second and third quarter is a big question I think it needs to go on for at least a month Before we start to see it in the second and third quarter numbers because frankly growth is just that strong the consumers in just that greatest shape and the financial sector is very liquid and well positioned in comparison to past crisis periods Hey Michael mcclone come on in here I want to talk a lot about commodities with you and certainly get to oil But first I want to talk nickel because the London metal exchange suspended trading in its nickel market after an unprecedented price spike left broker struggling to pay margin calls against unprofitable short positions What's going on here Nichols is not something we talk about a lot Yes I appreciate that Tim and I certainly appreciate my colleague Jean is comments because you need to get a little bearish and equity Thank you Me too Agreed The key thing about Nicholas it was a major short squeeze out of a supplier at a China It's already been alleviated maybe up to a hundred that 100,000 now it's already down to 48 So the key thing about that is that's usually a sign of distress on a genus that is not in a data but I'm counting from commodities You will see distress in markets and a key place you're seeing and it's not only to spike in crude oil It's almost like guarantee that's going to shut off consumer spanning spending and really hurt consumer Senate but you're seeing in the copper gold ratio I think the most significant statement out of today is gold is broken above $2000 an ounce At the same time the cocker copper is going down That's a good indication that we are heading towards recession And if that continues which I expect then it'll trickle down to all assets All right so I'm just thinking you're sitting at the bar tonight and Bermuda lucky you first of all But I'm just thinking somebody kind of comes next to you and says hey Mike what's the deal with nickel What is it that we need to understand about that Even if we don't talk about it a lot it's hard not to sit up and take notice I like to look at it What does this mean It was a short squeeze and it usually indicative of a tight Mark What is the typical outcome from things like this It's crushes the man in commodities When you have spikes like this now obviously it hurts some people who are in those positions and you're seeing that in all commodities When they spike this fast they are their own worst enemies They create massive demand destruction So I expect that in crude oil I expect that in nickel and maybe not as much in the grains because you got to eat Right Certainly in corn and soybeans and the number one is kudos So I'll just leave you with this The price on the screen you've seen crude oil about a $130 a barrel It's almost as famous as that peak of 40 and 1990 and that peak of 145 in 2008 on a relative basis versus a 60 month average So prices are that extended Yeah it's funny I was seeing somebody reading in this morning about somebody saying that if you want to really think about the spike it needs to go up but I think something like one 70 because of inflation in terms of compared to other peaks we've seen in the past Very fast fed meeting next week What is it that the fed could say that might make you start to rethink about that second half I know what you said about it It has to go on for another month But what could the fed say in Jay Powell just very quickly Oh gosh Sorry Careful Sorry I think that what the fed needs to do is give us some very significant very strong clarity on the balance sheet and probably walk back some of the second half sort of chatter in the market The fed needs to make sure that the market understands that they're very data dependent they are concerned about growth risks and they're not likely to allow runoff of the balance sheet in my opinion because that is something the market certainly fears You guys are incredible Gina Martin Adams chief equity strategist at Bloomberg intelligence Mike McCollum senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg intelligence All right we're going to do an update on world of national news Nancy Lyon standing by in our Washington D.C..

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"mike mccollum" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"mike mccollum" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"High school but she was someone like you. You know you can train her. She had the rights verbal skills. The right energy. You don't up people like that like you. I don't really have a position but we'll figure something out as some scanning the is to be done with a recall projects to do. We'll figure this. As i hired her in she's ran pretty much. You know growing into that position. Nash's writing office. I haven't been there for two weeks now. I don't get calls from them. While i go to maui every year for thirty days rent a little Like avila not the ocean but it's ocean front mobile go with the kids and just you know we we work. It's not a month location writing to my podcast from there. I i'm very involved with yappy. It's basically fulltime job. Now but lay team is running the office and honestly i feel like they love me like i don't feel. I know a lot of socially female dentists. They say you know maybe eighteen would have treated differently. If i were a man you know they would listen to me more. If i were a mandate would respect me more. I don't feel that way. I was actually. Just he's promoted to the ceo of the company. So i'm running this. We have thirty three employees at at the at the. I'm sorry my dental practice. We have over seventy now at yappy. Congratulations wow seventy yes. It's been really like fast growth. The last couple years end like an opportunity for me to do something that is a dentist normally wouldn't be able to do. I'm not managing any what people just do things and and it's successful. I don't have to be away so when when cured told me about it. I'm like okay let me see. What is it really that i do that. Makes it possible. And that's kinda how that electric came about. So if you have a manager taking your class and she's got maybe three or four people upfront. That are working with her. I coach. i don't even know how many people have been in the situation and what they say to me always is. I can do that faster for me to do it than it is for me to follow behind them in check on that and i know what i would say. I'm pretty sure. I'm very interested in what you would say. So what would you say to somebody like that. That's a great question. And that's a problem with delegation. We tell ourselves that it's faster to do it ourselves right. The other problem that happens is so we have certain strength and other people have certain strength and we all must feel. And i think you mentioned this when need to duplicate ourselves to have them do what we can do and what comes from that someone will will ask them to do something and they'll come back and they'll do it and they won't do it exactly the way we'll do it because they have a different set of strikes and we catch on this right away so we think they can't do anything. I see. i need to do this myself. The reality is just need to give them enough information. You need to set. Clarity is a great book by mike mccollum. Who was a guest on my podcast. Absolutely adore him. He wrote seventy eight bucks. They're funny. they're shorter easy. Read tons of actionable information. Clockwork is really like there's a piece about delegation which is something that i've stumbled like. Where was this book. When i was learning how to write but basically the idea is that we're task grabbing people right. We tell them okay. Go tie your shoes when you don comeback. And i'll tell you what the next step is. We're really micromanaging. Because we're so afraid that things are not gonna get done just project. But here's the thing. First of all data is better than perfect is absolutely true. Great as the enemy of good or something like that right is. There's another expression basically like i can't i'm a very. I'm a fat fact-finder i'm a perfectionist. Dentist i'm used to like i put on my boy x. loop with a light that i'm looking into tiniest canal and like that's how i were the reality is most people don't operate this way. Like if i read an article. I would notice that a little typo. Yes lent what. It's in my article. I definitely see the typos. Right so dennis. Dennis better than perfect. It's now going to be perfect anyway. The first rule of delegation is set. Clarity people cannot do things if they don't understand what a good result looks like and this is where we'll fail. They think about israel someone on on one of the groups of the pos that turned into like what is a cold dumpster fire. It's a total popcorn pos. That's what i call you. Pull my popcorn and just read the response. Yes it was something about. Like t members in the minimal wage is higher and then you know the unemployment was super sized again and like how identity is gonna compete for team members like what you can get the more. When you work for chick-fil-a here's the thing to get a job at chick fillet. Let's just hypothetically states will filling. It's great to get a job chick-fil-a you have to go through like eight step interview process you spam on indeed with your resume. You have to go to their headquarters at apply. All you have to go to their website to apply. Then you take a test an aptitude test. Then you have an attitude task. Then you have the first launch of you. The second interview the face to face interview the face to face with a second manager interview is then you go through every teaching process in only the of that process you either hire not hire zap was has the same while not exactly the same. They have their own interview process. Which actually talk a lot about a lot about its intelligent injury process that we out so they said well you know everyone chick-fil-a because the management is good or because their process is actually selecting out unhappy miserable people who don't make the extra effort to the right things when it comes to delegation when it comes to operations in dental office we have two things we have people that we have systems first of all a lot of times. We just have the wrong people on the bus deal. You can't delegate correctly you can't expect anything you have the wrong people. They're gonna drive the morale of the entire team down. There's actually been an experiment for anyone is interested was article that i wrote dental economics was the march issue building practice that sparks joy and this is based on your like marie kondo practice. Five staps in the very first step is yet the right people on the bus. You know coming from the book from good to jim collins. Yeah good. But we don't know how like jim collins's explain how to do this. My hope association of midwood's it was about getting the right people on the bus wrong people of the rice. And we don't have time for this right now but yeah like hit me up. We could talk about this stuff. I'm telling you we can talk. We have it set for forty five minutes to an hour. And i'm like thinking. Oh my god. I need like a reporter with your weekend to show the subject basically getting the right people in my lifetime. We're stuck in this mentality that you know if i let suzy gau will. I'll never find anyone like what is the next one is worse. Who is gonna run care. Credit like susie only knows how to run fair credit. Right we put up put up with up. There will start losing good people because no one wants to pitch hit for nonperforming port employees with that attitude right if suzie stocks. I don't wanna work with her. Yes you will lose you absolutely lose. Good people if you keep these like deadweight employees on absolutely and then the second part it systems and we don't have systems in the practice. I don't have system setup. When i lecture i say okay. Raise your hand if you have job descriptions through life. You know what they'll say. I haven't human resources manual. Does that count now. It doesn't count. I mean it does but it doesn't really have you looked at it and even job descriptions not enough. We have checklist. we have like daily checklist. We huddled checklist. We have monthly checklists. We have. I am four binders four. Four inch binders that. I could over many many years together. My costas talks a lot about this. Might mccollum talks about. Grab you iphone and start talking into the phone. Half people already do the job record those systems for you when you have to have documented systems because then you have consistency than everyone knows what they're supposed to be doing and everyone else.

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"mike mccollum" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"mike mccollum" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"First State Bank built unbelief member F D I c equal housing lender Claret Just about 7 47 700. W Well w Brian comes in here working on the o'clock news, I guess more trying to get more people eligible for the vaccine that we do. As of today, anyone 65 over now eligible to get their covert 19 shop in the state of Ohio. Problem is that appointment start any easier to come by. We've only covered about 25% of the people 70 79. Now we move down so that thousands of more people are eligible, and they'll be competing with those Over 70 try and get some of those appointments. The good news is that this is probably where they're going to pause. The age restrictions? Sure, so we'll hold it this position for a while and give the state a chance to catch up on. The governor says That would be much easier if these new vaccines come online. So I'm sure he'll have much more to say about that during his briefings this week, But the bottom line is about 9%. People in Ohio currently have been vaccinated with the least one shot. Just 9% only 9% of all right. We need some more vaccines only coming up our news. Eight o'clock we'll talk snow not just tonight into tomorrow but then again Wednesday Possibly Thursday, leading up to zero degrees. Temperatures by the weekend Great winners here more date. NewsRadio seven of Ow, Ow! Welcome to the Tri Health Medical minute. Mike McCollum. I guess this time out is gonna be a doctor Regime case, Dr. Cases, a cardiologists, and she's with the Tri Health Heart Institute. February's probably heart month mean a picture Valentine's Day in a big heart. So we're talking about hearts as a cardiologists. I mean, we know what you do for a living. Different types of problems with people's heart. When I think heart problems, I think heart disease, heart attack. What is there beyond those? Not that they're not big enough? Yeah, So those air probably our most common things, And as you said, the things that everyone kind of thinks about personal, former first and foremost, but, um, heart attacks heart disease, including the blockages in the arteries and everything but other very common things can be issues with the valves. Whether there Narrowed are tight and not opening well or a week. A lot. Um people can have irregular heart rhythms. Second, cause them to have palpitations or feel lightheaded and dizzy or potentially even pass out So lot of those kind of things we see very frequently to mention people can learn more. Visiting. Try health dot com slash heart try health dot com slash heart. Rocky boy me here. I.

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"mike mccollum" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"mike mccollum" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It was a bowling Green State University w F A. L W B G of the two stations. And, um, I from that point I'm like I'm a do this. And so I started, you know, spending all my time to the point where I spent so much time and at the radio station on campus almost got kicked out of school because of great. That was a clicker. Careful, careful balance, and then they'll long story short. I wind up getting a job, and Toledo was kind of like the dating of Cincinnati and want to Toledo worked in radio there while I was going to school full time. And came back into the morning show the college stations and did effort. Entirety of my career bowling green and been doing that ever since we reached that. That 200 miles away. Did you listen to this station while you were in radio in Toledo? What's weird about it? I'll tell you this will is interesting story is, you know you often hear about because when you go to school, as you know, going to Toledo and of course savior you meet people from other parts of the state. Other parts of the world are part of the country. And it seems like and you know this is true. There's a dividing line. There's a North South dividing line that runs probably through Columbus that there's a northern part of the state in the southern part of the state, and this is the southern part of state. I had no recollection. I didn't know about WLW Gary Burbank. Billy Cunningham at all, but people from Cincinnati would rave about it. And then when I was here doing I was a visit something like that. There's he signs up to just add Burbank. I said, That's a cool radio station. If you could just put a billboard up, but the guy's name on it like that's a big any commodity County news del. W. But up in in those days, it wasn't am Maura talk radio was like W. M. M s in Cleveland and Wi, OT and Toledo and all these big rock stations that was bailing the mind set up there and talk radio back then was just in its infancy. So Yeah, it wasn't until probably the nineties that I learned about all W the history and then eventually went up working here. Despite the fact you interviewed me and I turned you down. You remember that? Tell Jimmy about the interview that in the office had the good sense of running. This would have been 98. 99 2000. Yeah, right. And I was in charge. So here's Willy coming him. This is the best Christmas story ever and I, Tony Bender was our program director up there at the time. He was running between Cleveland between Cincinnati in Toledo because they fired a bunch of people up there that weren't working out. The station was terrible. He's like, Listen, you sound okay. Do that. I was doing the afternoon show there. He's like, we gotta get you down in Cincinnati. 55 care. See the filming for bed, Barry? Back in the day. Hey there anyways. What? What s so that There were any way Come down. They're looking to move Mike McCollum, what The time was doing What 10 A.m. to two tended to ridiculous. It began at 9 to 2. So they wanted to get mechanical parts. Why don't we bring you down for an audition? So I did a couple days and mid day? Uh, I vaguely remember that and I'm like, Oh, my God, I'm coming from Toledo. I've been in talk radio all of six months. And I'm coming getting called up to the big, big team. Now that To audition, so I come down. I remember you were the operations manager that when program drug and director and also did night I also did nights nine to midnight. And the first time I met Bill Cunningham. I came down. I tried here in Mount Adams. I'm trying to find it to Mount Adams. From Toledo can driving down after my show at 6 P.m.. It's like 11 o'clock at night. I'm driving in circles, and this is before you know Google maps and everything else. I can't find this place and in my mind, and I'm driving around, I drove her to get the hour and I feel I went through Eton Park. I went to North Where the hell am I? I'm asking people they don't know where the station is. No. Finally, finally come up Bill Cunningham and I was on time. And even though I left early, Billy Yeah. Why? What's happening at the home? Amazing steaks, if anything like well, and I, anyway, does something right? Right. I'm talking back anyway. So here's the story of Willie. So this this is wild later calls me down. In addition, I do. Mike Smith show everything's good there like I was like what you had to say it. Coming, Willie I've done at noon. He comes in after a couple days of doing this. I have a sit. Sit down on the couch up, man. Let's have a chat. I go in the office. I sit down on this couch. He goes. Tell me what you want to do in five years. If anything So I said, Well, I want to hold on a second segment. Simon, stay right there said Bad luck, man. He goes running down up smacked by smell by running down the hall. I'm like that's kind of weird on something's going up. All right. He comes back in 20 minutes later. Oh, so what were we talking about? Why not? What do you What do you see your role at this station? If any Give me an update. So I well, Mr Cunningham, I hold on a second. There's food. Do you want some food? There's a chilling I'm allowed a second and he goes running off like a mania. So I sit there for another 10 15 minutes. I'm thinking. I don't know what's going to. It's just got. So finally I'm get up to leave. Because I don't leave just yet. I gotta I gotta meeting but I want to catch up with you. I'm like, Well, give me a call. So I just leave him like this Is Kay calls me like a couple days later. Well, I've discussed it and we want to offer you the job like Willie. I'm good, Thanks for the offer. But no, you turned me down long pause and it sounded like I kicked this dog and I'll never forget the stand in my kitchen in Toledo. And he's telling me Well, you could just tell Billy is a man who has never been turned down by una No. I said, Yeah, I'm good. I'm not. I'm not coming down now my mind, I'm going. There's no way I'm like. I'm working for this lunatic. I thought I was getting ah, punked because I thought there's a camera because there's no way any human being would conduct in it. There's no way the station could be that good. If he's in charge is what I'm thinking to myself. I said No, I'm staying in Toledo. Couple years later, Dil Parks you get fired. They bring Daryl Parks. I'm reassigned girl. Girls like he brings me in front of you. It's normal in my all right taking the job. That's the story of my first time. I met Billy cutting him and he hasn't changed. What did I offer you if anything, as far as the shift? I think he wanted, like, noon to two. Or do we need somebody do too and moving down noon to two. And I'm thinking, Plus, you're an idiot. I'm not working for this is the big one man that this is the Reds and the Bangles. No way. The greatest AM station in the country of Uprooting my family Well, In a candid quit her job, and I'm gonna move to Cincinnati Toe work for this moron. That's not going to. There's no way the station is going to be successful. It can't be successful with this guy film. It's impossible. It turns out I was right because they fired you a few weeks later. What happened is I go to Randy Michaels. And I said, Randy, I got this crazy idea. He said..

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"mike mccollum" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"mike mccollum" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Radio news special report the corona virus pandemic you are Hugh Hewitt doctor Sebastian Gorka as you said the president said mixed messages to one of the things he said is I don't think Republicans want to be in a position where they bail out states that are or have been mismanaged over a long period of time yeah John it's astounding that he even introduces the question of red states and blue states he's saying it out loud he is politicizing a pandemic not being patriotic not talking about all Americans and how to bring us all back together we're all connected that was incredibly the man all of New York bill de Blasio who's accusing the president of politicizing the pandemic we are opening the discussion with my co host you hear it and my fellow national host Dennis Prager here on a corona virus one hour special if you haven't seen it yet you must Dennis is new movie with Adam corolla is no safe spaces a ninety nine percent fresh rating on rotten tomatoes just stunning but not really it is not good in Dennis's give you twenty five percent off because he knows all sequestered away go to No safe spaces dot com promo code save twenty five watch this movie on what political correctness is doing to this nation how to win back the Republic Dennis I played that because all flying off you joined us on the show in the break you said you are living in conditions in California you never thought you would live on the I I I think that probably reflected in that quote from bill de Blasio but share without millions of listeners and viewers across the nation what you mean by that all right I am a pessimist about the human condition because I eat I'm out of school only if only a fool believes the the human nature is basically good which is why America is such a more folders created a largely good society despite the fact that human nature is some trouble obviously human nature has to admit or that would be impossible nevertheless despite the fact that to to see that in my state of California or Oregon that aim AT governor first of all has the power I don't understand I I I really do like he to defer to you but I do I don't I still don't understand why it's constitutional for him to tell someone you may not open your hair salon as the woman arrested in Texas it's not just California California is particularly stupid because we have so few deaths Mike McCollum yesterday which I beg people to read your mind I I never say this is on why this is probably the greatest the worldwide mistake made in human history not the now I'm not talking about peoples moderate slavery the Holocaust gulag those results this is a mistake and it continues so what's what I said to you I just I I I just you couldn't have made we believe I would have thought you were a crackpot if you would have predicted this level of tyranny in the United States he is the founder of Prager you and also the author of the rational Bible has Dennis just alighted upon the difference between you and Hugh that he is at his base nature a pessimist about the human form of the existence of nature and you are an optimist is that why you are oil in water no I took two things and I really have a question for you both you're both expert on communism first I would note that the only radio talk show host on in our network who endorsed the Blodgett with Dennis Prager and I want people to know that secondly I would like to put your both experts on communism Dennis said this was a mistake the president at the Lincoln Memorial two nights ago said what's the deal with them letting fly from Wuhan to places around the globe but not letting them fly from Wuhan to other cities in China he went on to say you could make a case and then he trailed off he he meant to say he clearly implied you can make a place they did that Hey it's a case that they did this on purpose so I put it to you to experts on communism why are we are burning our eyes they did this on purpose after they were screwed in order to make sure they were not comparatively disadvantaged I you to anti communist it's not a mistake it was a strategy Dennis is a is is all colleagues you trying to make us look at a new shiny object to divert us there were two separate issues here right the genesis the genesis of covert or the Wuhan virus and the lockdown in the world the lockdown is the mistake the Wuhan is the criminality Q. well I I and Dennis do you agree with the president that the criminality belongs to the communist Chinese party yes of course it's it's it's it's I'm proud of that let me let me see it is the evil empire even though it doesn't have an empire outside of Tibet at this time but would like to have one it is the evil empire of our time and decides will will fall exactly as they did during the Cold War conservatives will oppose communist China and and the left will oppose the conservatives we are great and I believe this is the election of twenty twenty right now right here crystallized as did Martha McSally on the show this morning everyone's gonna get right on the key issue here is where did this come from yes mistakes have been made and I doubt if I will disagree on where various of those are because I'm more cautious than he is but I I think we will agree that ultimate responsibility rests with some decision makers in Beijing has set up as the president said why not let him have it we've got it we might as well be screwed equally or what will look like fools in front of the world it is patently obvious if you listen to what sector Pompey another's a saying it is the phrase that Peter Navarro use China whether it was engineered accidentally release China ceded the world with the corona virus once it had occurred that's their culpability the problem that I said I think with Dennis's analysis that we share together is the one size fits non policy the idea that South Dakota has to be shot down the same as Los Angeles is she insanity when you have nine foot tattoos for the whole state of South Dakota we have Donald Trump junior on the show this morning and he said he agreed with use you and I'd like Dennis to respond this is the issue in a hundred eighty eight hundred eighty days time in America whether you believe Donald Trump will be providing the effective response to China whether it'll be somebody like Joe Biden can we summarize the choices that Starkey Dennis one of the many stark choices at eight if the Democratic Party it doesn't matter if it's Joe Biden Joe Biden it is in nothing is truly eat he isn't he the biggest nothing to run for president in my lifetime no no I I I mean it it it I can't even dislike him he is he he stands for nothing he is now we'll watch this because the party is left that's it he he and we've got to mention the double standard I mean between Brett Kavanaugh and and the hysteria in the in the media and the virtual silence over the obvious truth I'm not saying he should even resigned from running for president I'm saying the media should resign from any any concept that even being truth tellers in into the delivery of news I mean I I gotta tell you the the the bad stuff is still large that my heart breaks because I have such a war for this country what the elites including the scientifically lead or **** America all that powerful notes please follow Dennis Prager on Twitter Prager U. dot com is his incredible organization I like the new codicil to his Twitter bio Costa of no safe spaces I'd like to be a costar thank you Dennis.

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