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"phil gramm" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Saudis county today in effect that's what flying around this afternoon my flight lessons with Phil Gramm may yeah but looks more looks worse than it is a controlled burn in the area east of cream aka retro estate park and and nothing ever got out of control there are some rumors about being out of control didn't escape the containment lines but it was eight and on purpose burn controlled burn but it's pretty impressive from five thousand five hundred feet the five o'clock hour today by the way thanks as always to Thomas a blonde who is a behind the scenes making sure everything comes together in the content for the show here on newsradio six hundred cocoa and and Brent Sperry who gets to tolerate me every night and such and seems remarkably I can't believe you haven't had a hair cut since one February something your hair looks exactly the same all these weeks where are you putting it that's a subject for another show from the national security Brian Jones California state senator with us here for a couple of minutes before the break and then mayor of National City coming up in a minute so so what now what next because we're waiting for new song to do this and we were told by Nathan Fletcher that wait just two more it's always two more weeks two more weeks we'll get the maybe sorta kinda pastrnak quit listening to him okay and the mark I I I I don't know I probably got five or six phone calls today from business owners okay now how do I do that I read the thing I don't know how to do that I go I don't know how to do it either but here's here's a here's how we move on I think at this point time if you feel like you're a business owner in your business qualifies under the phase two or whatever the county did the other day open up it opened do your plan what they ask you to fill out get going and make sure that you're doing everything you can to do the not comply with the policies are all in a social distancing and whatever and do you show that you're doing the very best job you can and then if by chance you're engaged by law enforcement you can show them Hey we put up our plan we did what we were told by the website here's what we're doing to comply with the policies are you know what we're being careful and then most likely I think you're gonna get a warning if anybody even comes in there's a real concern that I have market you know some of our citizens are taking it upon themselves to be the cause of that nineteen police force right read on your neighbors you know years and ran on your neighbor right hello I don't want our society to turn into that I really don't if you're not comfortable going out of your house don't go out don't go out of its own shame other people don't start becoming the posse with the iPhone and all of that stuff figure actually right Brian Jones follow him as we do appreciate your courage I coming out tomorrow so everybody go watch my are you kidding me tomorrow and where they find that are you kidding me video they'll be I'll be on my what well we'll send it out to the press will also be on my website SEN dot CA dot gov backslash Jones well that's always remember what Google and you'll find thank you Brian Jones is a global tender John all right keep fighting the good fight as I walk up to the hard break your thanks for coming up here live mark Larson here on newsradio six hundred although news on Carmen.
"phil gramm" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Got a great show lined up as we are continuing our discussion with Phil Gramm Phil is the chief sales officer for the alternative group and he is also the nation's expert on the beneficiary liquidity plan and Jake Phil let me ask this one question because while we were discussing in the first segment the one question I had was you know what's the difference between the beneficiary liquidity plant and a trust because if there's a trust that's in place doesn't that automatically free up some money once a person passes away so I'll I'll answer part of that so the trust is actually a part of the plan okay okay yeah so when you and that's it might occur in saying that Phil yes okay all right absolutely so so the trust is actually a part of the plan and and so what happens is you know there are two ways of looking at this you can set this up as an earmark for inheritance for your family so there's really two separate there's really two options I guess are two reasons why you would set this up I guess that's a better way to say it option one is you're trying to leave a portion of your legacy to your beneficiaries that you've already earmarked you don't want to pay the high cost of an irrevocable trust in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts I can tell you right now when I moved here from Wisconsin I interviewed a lot of attorneys I work with a lot of the attorneys in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and irrevocable trusts in the calm water even in New Hampshire and Rhode Island just in New England in general are usually a minimum of twenty five hundred dollars and I've seen him in a crisis situation go for as much as twelve thousand dollars depending upon what your crisis is and needs are the nice thing about this is if you're a middle class person you know or maybe just a middle class or above middle class or it doesn't actually matter what your net worth is but if you want to leave let's say if you've earmarked I want your mark a hundred thousand dollars for each child right you can set up a beneficiary liquidity plan our benefits your liquidity trust I should say put a hundred thousand dollars in the account into that have to be a hundred thousand dollars but you can put up two hundred thousand dollars in these accounts and it is an irrevocable trust are you built into the plan so yes dancer our listeners questions does that start the five year look back for asset protection purposes the end Medicaid planning yes it does and you don't pay a dime for that okay as a matter of fact you're making actually a little bit interest with these plans but you don't pay any money you're just you're marking a certain portion of your assets that you want to allocate to a beneficiary you find your beneficiary liquidity trust with that amount of money it's a form of asset protection because it starts the five year look back for that money if five years pass the nursing home can not accept access those funds okay so that's a very important point to make because a lot of families will set up your vocal trusts bill paid for the herbal cool then the put in last two thousand dollars into that era vocal trust we just spent you know forty five hundred dollars to set up your vocal trust in the put fifty grand in it for their family well why don't you just do the beneficiary liquidity trust where you don't have to pay for the trust and all right it's it's already built into the plan now that starts the five year window the other thing you can do that's another feature to this it's called the zero trust I call I like to call the last expense trust it's the last expense that we have in our life when we pass away right our funeral right our funeral expense you can fund these up to fifteen thousand dollars per spouse so that the husband wife fifteen thousand dollars per person and that asset is not accountable asset for me in applying for Medicaid or you know it's protected day one so you have to worry about the five year look back on that fifteen thousand dollars per person because that's for your funeral expenses and that's the law now you can go to your local funeral home and set these up but the difference is is not a funeral home who's going to be selling you goods right has control and knows how much you're holding you don't ever want to show your cards even no matter if it's more of it in talking about a funeral you know buying caskets and so forth that is the business they are in there in there to sell you items I trust me I went through it you know I got sold a bill of goods and you know we walked out of there with a twelve thousand dollar bill back in two thousand one but we wanted the best quote unquote for our mother right issues probably not very happy about that this is price and I don't need this boys I don't need this you know but that's their job their job is to sell you those items and so you have control if you set it up with me I don't have a dog in that fight I'm not selling you any any goods right so if you set up with me now you're holding the cards you can go to any funeral home they all accepted it's an insurance policy that is holding this fifteen thousand dollars and you can go to any funeral home and you can you know pick out the items and then if there's a difference if there's a difference either goes to the estate or the beneficiary dependent upon what plan you elect but it definitely doesn't you know give them the option to keep all your money so if this is something that interests you and you want to inquire about either the feeder trust where you can protect the assets to day one up to fifteen.
"phil gramm" Discussed on KDOW
"Grandy simply go to Phil's now you're still welcome back to Phil Gramm thanks sorry about that and I recalled reading is is a two thousand ninety was a very strange here for the market one of which doctor up almost thirty percent despite no earnings growth mutual profits imagine and we talked about that last week in last week for the first time people started call in question that what's going on profits are still expected to drop it will be the annual earnings growth will come down to the smallest and three years because you still have the S. and P. hit a new all time high then asked why in the they came out lives that well because there's volatility there's less volatility there for the multiple expands Bob about all lies none of that's true because on the one thing what has been going on especially when the tax cuts weren't working and we're losing the middle class they are simply doing more Q. eighty four but nobody wants to admit it we get a new Q. week just like we did when the market crashed in two thousand eight simply print money no you print money get the CEOs CIOS take that money they buy their shares to move them to last shares and there's the trick gets caught accounting trickery which used to be a felony if they did this so they have less shares and there was spread their losses their earnings their profit their losses over fewer shares that kicks the earnings are priced up and then it kicks the stock price up which used to be a felony so the idea you simply take your money and the engine just by your own shares back and therefore your stock price goes up and you get rich not talk a little about that it in in a minute but first it doesn't matter to us you just got to know when to get out I always tell my members that look like right now the S. and P. I had my members get in the S. and P. was two hundred ninety five dollars now it's back in October I said don't worry about the market crashing will be out long before the market crashes or has a severe pull back just like one had a pull back remember in two thousand eighteen October at a twenty to forty percent we were out well before that matter of fact we're not happen to September of two thousand eighteen January of two thousand eighteen I said that was going to happen in fact I said January two thousand eighteen that this September two thousand eighteen will be the worst month of the correction and it was then they moved the market right back up by doing Q. eat not a Q. EQ we for simply printing money by moving the stock prices up now for us it doesn't matter and it shouldn't matter for you the only problem for you inform cation for you people who use money matters or they don't hair they're not contract anything for you now give me an example McDonald's we thought McDonald's in early January.
"phil gramm" Discussed on WBAI
"We're gonna let you have a little going away party but do not make our lives more difficult afterwards by hanging yourself tampon string no thanksgiving suicide you not to do on this day of thanks Hey Phil Gramm's two **** are the Indians this is the holiday where we cooperate yes we bring you may you give us smallpox blankets exactly everybody wins Chad the some of its she somebody you just the you see it's in the okay good think of them it's a family you still have a down the card is shipments you can't down a bunch of crap anyway because down when you go back to places that where I was will up it doesn't anything on that name was completely enough see different there's like a motorway underneath this and that doesn't now that's a mole and you caught recognized with this is the exact size I had this house in ninety seven to nineteen seventy five it does have a lot of memories because one of the reasons is them we recorded a bass on the memories for me too children like parents let's my family my brother lived here at all yeah and on to very much my mother him this very large I can't get season the con trees fall from all the noise of the city this is Corinne is being alone with this the does the who was meant to go to a canister by the jury.
"phil gramm" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"West Palm Beach from sunrise boil Palm Beach stay connected from ABC news just two days before you hung himself in a federal jail cell in New York City accused sex trafficker Jeffrey obscene sign his last will and testament we get more from ABC's Erin to Turkey the document shows that steam transferred all of his assets to a trust called the nineteen fifty three trust the wheel isn't signed by any event scenes criminal or civil lawyers have record the first signature belongs to a Brooklyn attorney Merial Cologne Miro who was also a member of el Chapo's defense team ABC's linsey Davis has more on what the will directs and who has been affected by the fall out of the money is earmarked to go to his trust their no details on the beneficiaries his brother mark is abstinence only known surviving relative this as a vigorous defense of prince Andrew is now under way Buckingham Palace releasing a new statement after video surfaced purportedly showing the printed absence Manhattan mansion in two thousand ten saying the Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey abstains alleged crimes his Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would could don't participate in or encourage any such behavior is abhorrent ABC's linsey Davis the will was filed in the U. S. Virgin Islands were Eckstine owned a private island New York City police officer has been fired for his role in the death of Eric garner five years ago Daniel Pantaleo is attorneys are planning to appeal the decision A. B. C.'s even Phil Gramm outrage police union accusing the commissioner of bowing to anti police extremists today's decision caps a painful journey for the garner family who pushed for years but never saw state criminal or federal civil rights charges for that officer garner's relatives are now calling for the firing of other officers at the scene we have four there were airstrikes targeting a Turkish army convoy inside a rebel held part of northwestern Syria three civilians were killed and twelve others wounded you're listening to ABC news with the financial guys.
"phil gramm" Discussed on WGN Radio
"But when the communists growing tax revenues for into the government, and we have the second tax, but companies and big companies and Sam Zell just got a huge handout from the government. I mean, this tax cut was a huge handout to them. And I know what you're going to say it was their money in the beginning. So let me ask you this tortured analogy. Every day. I have to pay so much to to go drive gas to get to work. That's a fixed cost of my life of my business paying for gas everyday. Well, if you run a business until this new tax cut, the cost of doing your business was the old tax rate when you cut that rate, you're giving them a handout just like if you were to come up with a government program to give me free gas. So these businesses just gotta began. Wait, wait. Wait, wait, you presume all the money belongs to the government in the first place, and to whom they choose to give it or from whom they choose to take it is the essence of what makes our economy works. But actually, you've got it upside down. It makes our economy work if people trying to better themselves, start businesses earn more work overtime, whatever it takes. And then it's a government. I collect taxes it's not their money in the first place, and every by the way, every economy and history, the thought it was their money, and that they could make better decisions about economic growth, and where the money should go who should have and who should be taxed at way from the old Soviet Union to Cuba. And now take a look at Venezuela. Oh, wait for their heart taxes are so much lower than they've been historically. And all I'm saying is that for Sam Zell to say that the people don't want to hand out business just got a big. And I understand that it was their money in the first place, but it was the cost of doing business was to pay that tax rate, and we decided that well, let me just finish. Let me finish. And we decided to give them that money back and house. Our economic growth is a result of that. What is it going to be one percent this quarter, actually just reading a really fascinating article about economic growth and GDP and the truth is we've had some really interesting economic growth in the last year now may slow down now. But we did boost our growth we did boost our tax revenues almost enough almost enough. Phil Gramm just wrote a fascinating article had piece in the Wall Street Journal. Subscribe to the Wall Street Journal the opinion section and read Phil Gramm, Phil Graham. The former Saturday now the former Senator. Exactly we're starting that the tax cuts are now starting to pay. I'm not gonna argue that with you. Tough argument to make in a moment. But the idea that the government should take everything and then handed out equally results cavalier unequal distribution of wealth. Socialism is an equal distribution of poverty. I think in the problem is that the no one's recognizing that there might be something in between. You know, unfortunately for the progressive side. There are the people who are getting the most attention are socialist, they're calling himself socially. So opponents twenty changes can say, well, we don't want socialism. I don't think that's what most Democrats are after art were a minute late. We're gonna take a break and go buy a house together. Okay. Does that sound? Okay. Terry savage. We'll be right back after this look at the traffic.
"phil gramm" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"The damage Trump did to these silly Democrats at signed onto this, the buckle your now suggesting eliminating private insurance. Whatever insurance you have now is dead. Secondly, doubling your income taxes and your business taxes. You suggesting a forty percent cut to your doctor and hospital while eight and ten of those doctors and hospitals are presently losing money on the Medicare people they have. Now folks, you're talking about complete utter total decimation a nuclear bomb to our healthcare system. And now the Democrats are back on their heels. This is how you fight. This is how you fight. Right one final note. I'm not going to put it in the show notes because it's a subscription piece in the Wall Street Journal, but it's a great Phil Gramm. There's some really terrific, op-eds and the Wall Street Journal. If you subscribe to the journal and you see a Phil Gramm op Ed, read it, they're always so good on economics, but he had one the other day that was really wonderful about the complete failure of the war on poverty. And I just wanted to read to you a quote from it. He makes a couple points about how the so-called government were on poverty. I use air quotes because a war on poverty at all. It's been a war on prosperity, how Joe before one thousand nine hundred sixty six and the great society were on poverty programs started poverty. It dropped in the United States from roughly thirty two percent of the population to fourteen percent. Oddly enough show. Again, that's before the war on poverty after the war on poverty, poverty is stayed relatively consistent at about that same level, which is odd. Usually, you start a war on poverty. Think it would drop precipitously. He talks about an a piece, some of that, how they don't. Factor in transfer payments to how really the popular, even the population in poverty in the United States. Is an overestimate because they don't take into account transfer payments from the US government.
"phil gramm" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Exactly. And I are too late and enunciate. So when I say what? That does not mean, I am short of you know, tolerance answered you with a mouth, Jeff. What? I must've thought I was making a very. I can't wait to see you know, that's gonna be great. You will be the DC movie Evita. Lots of thing. Yes. Yeah. I'm I'm I'm going to meet with the whole thing. Just to talk about it. I met you know, 'cause I just wanna see what there is out there. They're all you want in that world. That's what I'm going to see. Gotcha. Got and sit and talk about, but I had nothing to do with Avis movie that I know of to do right? Right. Who knows when you get all this gonna come back and talk to us, but in the happily ever after is on Netflix this Friday. Yes. And we watched that. Thank you for having me. You know, you were so nice. What? You too. That's play. Oh, miss. Lynnwood. Miss Lynnwood, Phil Gramm too. Yeah. Okay. Dashi single. You know, what I'm saying don't be afraid to shoot your shot in our DMZ. You know what I mean? No those. Filmmaker..
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"Dennis, Crowley reports federal government racked up seventy. Six point nine billion dollar deficit in the month of July with increased government spending and tax cuts keeping the country on track to record its biggest. Annual deficit in. Six years the treasury department is reporting that in the first ten months of this, budget year the deficit totaled six hundred eighty four billion dollars up, twenty point eight percent from the same period, last
"phil gramm" Discussed on WDRC
"This out this piece sought to undo all of that point by point the results like i said here on the program he it's not rocket science you get it this is just natural this is what happens if you get the hell out of the way if you let americans do what they do you give us greater freedom and safety do prophet and innovate so people will feel like they're going to be punished and it works every time yet that there is something i wanna get into when it comes to the news i mentioned the the great recession by every things out of control everything's everything's terrible all my lord whom doom right now barack obama played into it i mean he he told thus told us that you know jobs aren't coming back we're not going to be able to grow like we used to before just not the same it's wrong it will one take everybody back through um and he i found this faster this this is going back to two hours then and eight two thousand eight phil gramm phil gramm was the one of john mccain's economic advisers and you actually questioned everything that was going on in the great recession looking at the data showing less economic trouble than he felt the gloomy headlines warranted he said in an interview on the line ninth that the united states was a nation of whiners and that we are merely in a mental recession john mccain forced him to step down after saying that because people were outraged outraged outlays are what the truth half of all time nowadays people white the truth they're not they're not comfortable that they don't like twoplustwo equal for they don't like it talk more about.
"phil gramm" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch
"Maybe a little larger picture that we're now uh or maybe it's a smaller picture were now one november they need to get a tax cut to the president's desk it if the if they worry too much that someone they don't want to get too low a tax bill is going to get too low tax billy i think that could be a problem in the sense that the if there if they're moving us toward the if they're moving us toward faster growth that's progress and uh you know maybe 2019 or the second term you get the flat uh santa claus i am i'm not counting on that in fact i'm wondering if emmanuel part of the problem here guys is that uh is trump i mean he says a tax cut for the middle class and we don't want one for the wealthy would on for the rich was phil gramm has written for us former senator from texas he can't by definition if you've got tax rates know some to some rich person somewhere is going to get some some attacks benefit and if you're playing defense with that and say oh that can't happen e you're building in these the this problem into the end of the tax code andy just got a plow through that but this is in a way some respects this this tax bill is almost a trumpian tax bill and uh because it has that uh that uh that kind of folk populism uh that uh that says oh we've got to help something called the middle class where uh the key thing in our society is you want everybody lower classes middleclasses upperclass us to aspire to work more and to earn more and arise so the middle class becomes the affluent class in their in their in their across the their lifetimes i wanna introduce one more political point we haven't touched on and that's the democrats.
"phil gramm" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Invest in new businesses new companies which means new jobs that's what we want i'm not against rich people i like rich people my hat's off to them and i'll think middle class people hate rich people i've never seen numbers on that the democrats have been writing on that for years unsuccessfully the democrat massive redistribution i'm for growth growth reward success end the war on business end the war on wealthy people you the trick is to make the nod rich rich there that's the trick make the non rich rich you're not going to get that by raising tax rates on success foreigners believe me senator phil gramm wrote in the wall street journal on a couple of weeks ago break guys on this program several times down through the years friend of mine years wife wendy now phil gramm says have you ever heard somebody wants to start a business go to a poor person to raise money now no i don't mean that means sense it's just a reality those who have the dough are the ones who can invest in the new businesses which will grow the economy expand jobs and so forth and so on why why wage war on them they can make all of us better yeah to help the middle class by taxing the upper income paid by the way they already pay most the taxes the top 1 percent paid nearly forty percent and i think the numbers the top ten percent pay some cheeky gigantic ally six six to sixty or seventy percent anyway i don't like that we're going to dissect that too and we're also going to talk to carly fiorina special segment coming up the top the next hour i was just with carly i in fact introduced her to a very special dinner she was received a great award from the human rights review magazine at their defensive of life dinner crawley is it remarkable woman she was a successful female ceo uh she ran politics a couple of times at california's senate president shin win but she really made her mark andrew all these races she never ever hesitate to promote the sanctity of life the sanctity of life in protecting the unborn and she received an award for this couple nights ago i was privileged to introduce or she's an old friend she will come on the program at the top of the.
"phil gramm" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Yes let us the board of lord stays face sms sms the an age this must change and an ice that is not brands when they did the hold them daily and nightly built i lost the lights at the extreme might obey adult stage and what chocolate can handle dig at that delays in your brain is must mellon's anything is have been found it's been a game way hunting don't play in the was the problem one of these days sms sms sms now is the john with a bang and they be is the point like a pound england getting involves hackel with the tempo phenomenal roles town the global moms homes on black woman the golden eagles them is that they bosnian pursuant is the next nam hamas eleven ahmed was the next blocks the bottom of the yawns why continue to pay one gene it was done in the game call them is shaped that gave him a nilo was an jump on the wall and just look at the villa paul johnson rains down like a bell grandma now all of her was jailed lungs real men magons land on the gas bombs the jacks jet phase the run at all that the is there was a problem of y'all zombie gone look i'm a dj blonde now the creator may sound in a thousand is the helmet and you saved planes all of these last unlike a waste of money land phil gramm when it's on the king must if there was a problem solving to got the day when bombs in sms get out of here where taking mother the lead gene the geez.
"phil gramm" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"A a war for show but they are they are going for it the thing that happens is when a president is elected they have these elections mid term two years into the presidential election the president always lose seats loses seats across the board that's kind of a truism of politics and obama in his first term got got nailed did he not matt obama if two years in boom those big midterm elections right that was the year the tea party so is they're going to be a leftward tea party here is the left going to be so fired up that they are going to sweep in and win all these elections because what happens is the president gets elected and then they start playing nice with the establishment right and then the people stay home because they're not fired up but the opponents are fired up that was the tea party those were the rallies believe me you're going to be seeing a lot of the resistance coming out they are organizing right now they're raising money and so they could be facing major losses so what is ban and do he needs fire as well so he says war you've got to be at war to get the troops out so bannon says let's go to war with our own side it may be brilliant but is it going to work eight three three eight five two four eight six six you know let's talk establishment the antidote to steve bannon this is in the wall street journal today the i was gonna say phil gramm lindsey graham phil gramm member him lindsey graham says if we don't get if we don't cut taxes and we.
"phil gramm" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And and phil gramm summarizing is this three percent plus is our number so why in the twentyfirst century will begin it are we going to depart from the atvs 19th and 20th centuries why well it if if we wanted to grow i and i think a reasonable uh a goal and it and it i think it's reasonable pinprick me easy and i think it's doable if it try to grow this economy after near future if you're in the past and i'm not going to go back the 1800 i just say let's go back what it did uh for the late 1914 until the up at anfield crowd right um so where to go three percent it i think that it they think that at a wreath vogel uh and prevent you do it we're but we're going to have to do it differently than with down the path uh as he was saying one read her the easier to get growth in the path let's is a very fast growth 1960 with very fourthly very fat labor port it's pacing growth uh that's probably not going to happen but we have to make up port by making the economy more productive and innovative that is that is not easy uh captured form it's part of that i don't think both the kind of think there they any magic leper and making back happen uh i think we know may already be and will work for that happening through the but happening in silicon valley if we don't tied to turn them into i dunno electric utility something uh so i i have a lot of competence tapping the tech sector uh i think policy uh occupan and and i think that it it i think it is a good i i think that they could go i don't think we should say that you presented konomi and let us worry about redistributing from the wild maradi else i i that maybe i know there are people who think that yeah i don't think that's not what i know good for you good for you about it i just wanted to note you know i was i started my career in the 1870s and i can remember how we had the tremendous take off with innovation and no income tax and the dollar was linked sugary i remember those debate you had a way of getting the bri the gold standard i did i.
"phil gramm" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Me spite crackers and they're all phony disappears for a couple of weeks i it's pretty obvious or something else going on here beside the ankle um so i just thought that was an interesting carlo maybe explain some of uh totally issues here so is is a is a principle komo mueckenberger we're going to be actually playing as designer's going to be able to get in in is he it doesn't where robe actually when he's on the field does he do i guess is he is is a principle we're going to play we we i mean it i would call a 5050 right now he's still questionable heat though quash all these guys are questionable and i would query the whole thing with russian be well that too i was surprised with the current practicing this week so i'm not overly optimistic about our local morrow maybe long gets out there but i will say tom competent phil gramm kerkow long last week it's your hot so maybe you buy that another week and yet i'm going to say the glennon got really good production had good time of the pie he seemed confident the policing okay i mean it's i think it's a little bit of those not much i can do about this situation because it's not exactly like his mobile he just has got to get these gotta get rid of the ball and a couple times you made some varies farmers image shows you that he's got some some experience now now at least the nfl level in seeing that you can't really four stuff in the nfl that's i'm jay cutler a never learned his career but you know so he is.
"phil gramm" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"All right i just wanted to bring that up a red that today and pulling up a another article i saw that i thought was fascinating to but you know the universal basic income advocates this is a problem with the left on on a number of topics such as this show where they constantly ignore those second order affects thing sound nice right our people are going to have jobs so we'll just going to pay them because robots will produce everything and we could tax the robot's greater but they never consider the fact that there's a psycho a devastating psychological component this where people get used to not working overtime not a good thing folks i'm moving on so the other day i discussed the peace by phil gramm in the wall street journal was an opinion piece about the reagan tax cuts and the reason i keep bring this up is not to relitigate the reagan years folks i mean the reagan years happened it's over its grayton economic conditions of the time were many of them were unique to the time and you know we we shouldn't do with democrats do an end and constantly you know look to the reef advocate the pass to make it finn our current narrative but it is important to bring up some of the things that happened in the reagan years because these arguments are being relitigate and by the left in their rewriting history why the why always matters joseph the reason they're doing it now is because obviously the trump administration along with the republican congress right now after the failure of obamacare trying to push tax cuts this is really important they're trying to push tax cuts right now and i'm a little worried about the stock market here right now i think we need to do something quick they're trying to push tasca's to generate economic growth so what are the democrats doing a wire they relitigate in the reagan years because joe peep you were alive during him obviously a little bit older the made me i was.
"phil gramm" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
"Yeah yeah but it's good i love it a be bidded tons of feedback i have a i've gotten probably five hundred emails about joe where people really like him i got one who'd who didn't like you i forget what his comment was of some dumb no as a sorry dude you but at five hundred two ones a pretty good ratio considering about my own show i get about ten negative emails for every for i do i'm not even get it some guy thought we spend too much time yesterday on the cancer i'm sorry we it was just such a dumb you know combat about recirculation of money that i felt like we had a thoroughly bunk this guy 'cause he's the buffoonery was unbelievable hey i'd just like we predicted last last week in on yesterday's show i think as well i said to you with the constant talk of tax cuts coming out of the trump administration and the republican congress that there was going to be a relitigate vision of the reaganera tax cuts and what the effects of the reagan your tax cuts were now i have beaten this thing to death on the show repeatedly but i was right arm in today's wall street journal phil gramm who write some really 'quality stuff over there has an op ed defending the reagan your tax cuts and i was sent by a listener thank you by the way i forget the investors name right now in article market watch are both of which i'll put the articles in the show notes i'll give you the pro in the con but are a an article about why the reagan tax cuts were bad so wall street journal piece by phil gramm reagan tax cuts were good here's why market watch piece by the ethnic puffy is an aim is nick puffy absorb maybe it's boo fears that had no idea but it market watch where he says no no reagan tax guards were not good and basically here's why applicable both peace in urban the phil gramm peace just to sum it up it makes some really nice points.