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"rnd capital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The views and opinions you hear on talkradio. Six eighty WCBS wcbMcom are not necessarily those of the owners management employers and to advertisers of WCBS him, but they should be. Stay. This is fifty thousand watt beacon of freedom. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. More Zeo a good, man. Really, really good, man. Same of his organization. Award last year, you know. Appreciate it very much. Folks, before we get to Victor Davis Hanson, US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall, which the media's thrilled other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities trade with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is right. Really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights, our banking system, at least right now that could change. Attached not count it. So we don't really have these massive, quote, unquote, imbalances and part of the confusion comes from the president's adviser. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that of not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what Marcus isn't we're sending jobs over? No, we're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy. With a vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries haven't produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of a vigorous robust economy. We consume more. I don't just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes. Whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies people to make everything we demand everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know-how. They're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. This percentage they charge. We lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great has condition of doing business here. Apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state on fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our loss slip him into our statutes? The big sugar lobby can ask him about that. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because the terms the arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just an it's the wrong. Lock logic. Can it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans. Hey, you know, what I don't get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. Well, what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them to them put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How do we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Zoe Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives in Wagner's a saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not Marxist radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this they do not embrace. Private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing. We are printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Shipka saw the shimmy shimmy. Of Illinois and other Republicans. Yeah. Give it up. It's over just give it up, folks. Give it up rollover our politicians in Washington. They're really fighting for us. Hey, you know, what what that Trump with the national burn? She's AC yes, I believe that Chun constitution..

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"rnd capital" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Good, man. Really, really good, man. Same of his organization. Award last year, you know. Which I appreciate very much. Soaks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson, US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall, which the media's thrilled other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for RND capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights, our banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not counted. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark, this isn't we're sending jobs over. No. We're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy. Vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries have produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Well, that's automobiles. Whether it's homes. Whatever it is. Where Richard countries, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. Company. So it's not a people to make everything we demand everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know-how. They're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. This percentage they charge. We lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state on fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. This is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our how and they take it and they built from. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump has joined to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff, whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip him into our statutes? The big sugar lobby can ask Marco about that. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because the terms the arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just so it's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs. Advance paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlements center out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans, and hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. But what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. Is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them clothe them. The put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How did we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Zoe Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's saw progressive. Mitch McConnell's saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not Marxist not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this they do not embrace. Private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave folks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Shipka soul. The shimmy shimmy. Use of Illinois and other Republicans gave it up. It's over just give it up, folks..

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"rnd capital" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on KTOK

"More. Yo a good, man. Really really good man and same with his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? Which I appreciate very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall, which the media's thrilled. In other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is ROY really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And then that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it is not only because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights and our banking system at least right now that could change. That's not counted. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark. This is an we're sending jobs over. No. We're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy. With a vibrant economy. We need raw materials and other stuff that other countries haven't produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's on mobile, whether it's homes. Whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies is not a people to make everything we demand. Everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state on fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. This is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our loss slipped him into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask market Labatt. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just that. It's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans. Hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. Well, what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God loved them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them clothe them. The put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How did we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's says saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not marxists. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this, they do not embrace private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on made climate change. Folks, we heard Shipka all the shimmy shimmy. Of Illinois and other Republicans. Yeah..

China United States Mitch mcconnell Mark Victor Davis Hanson ROY president Canada Donald Trump Washington Federal Express Labatt Jesse Richard country Illinois Chinese government Wagner apple
"rnd capital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Klein Zeo a good, man. Really, really good, man. Same with his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? I appreciate it. Very much. Folks, before we get to Victor Davis Hanson, US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall, which Anna the media's thrilled other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is ROY really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. That to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant. And the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments in good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights and our banking system at least right now that could change. That's not count. It. So we don't really have these massive, quote, unquote, imbalances and part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark. This is an we're sending jobs over. No. We're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy with a vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries have produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough company. So it's not a people to make everything we demand everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crooks. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff, whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face a focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our loss slip into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask Marco about that. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments are bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just that. It's the wrong lot logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans. Hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. But what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them declawed them put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't whatever happened before these proposals. How did we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not Marxist. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this, they do not embrace private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Schimdt us all the shimmy shimmy. Villanova and other Republicans. Yeah. Gave it up over just give it up, folks. Give.

China United States Mitch mcconnell Mark Victor Davis Hanson ROY Canada president Donald Trump Washington Federal Express Jesse Richard country Anna Chinese government Wagner apple
"rnd capital" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Klein CEO a good, man. Really really good man and same with his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? Which I appreciate very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall with China. The media's thrilled other words what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is ROY really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And then that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments in good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights, our banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not count. It. So we don't really have these massive, quote, unquote, imbalances and part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark, this isn't we're sending jobs over. No. We're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We have a vibrant economy. That we've a vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries have produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of a vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes. Whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies. So it's not a people to make everything we demand everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crooks. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And what are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face a focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip them into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask Marco about that. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just so that's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to not listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper apparently Republican seeing opportunities in the suburbs. Advance paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlements cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans. Hey, you know, what I get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. But what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them the clothe them the put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months. Government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How did we become as great a nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Bizarrely Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not marxists. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this they do not embrace. Private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing. We are printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Shipka all the shimmy shimmy. Use of Illinois and other Republicans. Yeah. You gave it.

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"rnd capital" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on WJR 760

"Required to qualify. Really, really good, man. Same of his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? Chypre? She it very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high to record shortfall with China. The media's thrilled other words what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities trade with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is right. Really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for RND capital expenditures. In our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant. And the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments in good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not it. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's adviser. Sometimes the president talks about this with this massive debt with this country that of not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark, this isn't we're sending jobs overseas. No, we're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy. Vibrant economy. We need raw materials and other stuff that other countries haven't produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of a vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's here rational. There's not enough companies. It's not a people to make everything we demand. Everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge we lower. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. This is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor, an enemies. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff, whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip them into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask Marco about that. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because the terms the arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just an it's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is Ralph call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlements cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans, and hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. But what are you going to give them? Paid leave. What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them clothe them. The put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't what happened before these proposals. How do we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives. And wagner. Saw progressive. Mitch McConnell so saw progress and by that I mean, they're not Marxist. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this, they do not embrace private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard all the shimmy shimmy. Of Illinois and other Republicans. Yeah. Gave it up. It's over just give it up, folks. Give it up rollover politicians in Washington. They're they're really fighting for us. Hey, you know, what what that Trump with the national burn? She's at. Yes, I believe that Chun constitution. I'm gonna vote against.

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"rnd capital" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on KTRH

"More Klein Zeo a good, man. Really, really good, man. Same of his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? Which I appreciate very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall, which the media's thrilled. In other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it as a good investments in good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights, our banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not count. It. So we don't really have these massive, quote, unquote, imbalances and part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like dimension. So what? This is an we're sending jobs overseas. No, we're not. You know, what this demonstrates a vibrant economy? We've a vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries have produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just meeting we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies not a people to make everything we demand. Everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face a focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip him into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask Marco about then. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just that. It's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans. Hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. Well, what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. Is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them declawed them the put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't whatever happened before these proposals. How did we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Zoe Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft. Progressives N Wagner's is saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not Marxist. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this, they do not embrace private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Schimdt us all the shimmy shimmy. Use of Illinois and other Republicans..

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"rnd capital" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Inspiring to hear Washington comes to talk tomorrow on the Chris Plante show. You remember when Hillary Clinton said she wasn't running for president. Well, turns out she was lying. Not Anna WBAL. More Klein Zeo a good, man. Really, really good, man. Same of his organization. Award last year, you know. Appreciate it very much. Folks, before we get Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall, which the media's thrilled other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. He trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities trade with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these do. They include the movement of money. Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for RND capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant. And the reason people do it is not only because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights, our banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not count. It. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's adviser. Sometimes the president talks about this with this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark this is we're sending jobs over. No. We're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy. Vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries haven't produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of a vigorous robust economy. We consume more. I don't just mean eating we consume more. In bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies. It's not a people to make everything we demand. Everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better because China is an enemy China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know half their crops. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. This percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. This is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor, an enemies. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington? Put in our law, slip them into our statutes. The big sugar lobby can ask market. What back then? We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why this story is bogus because the terms. The arguments are bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just it's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans roll call the anti semitic newspaper apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs. Advance paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans have hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. What are you going to give them? Paid leave. What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them clothe them. The put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How do we become this great nation as we did? Hey, religious nation, a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shreds. But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not marxists. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this they do not embrace. Private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean. They don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Shipka saw the shimmy shimmy because of Illinois and other Republicans. Yeah. You gave it up. It's over just give it up, folks. Give it up rollover our politicians in Washington. They're really fighting for us. Hey, you know, what that Trump with the national emergencies act? Yes. I believe that Chun constitution. I'm gonna vote against.

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"rnd capital" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Klein Zeo a good man, really really good man and same with his organization. Give me an award last year. You know? I appreciate it. Very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall with China. The media's thrilled other words what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities trade with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pointing their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. And our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant. And the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not counted. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark, this isn't we're sending jobs over. No. We're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We have a vibrant economy. With a vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries have produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough company. So it's not a people to make everything we demand everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know-how. They're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And what are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state on fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our loss slipped him into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask you about that. We don't trade Sarah on sugar. We don't trade fair and a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments are bogus. I mean. It's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's easy. It's just that. It's the wrong locked logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs. Advance paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans are, hey, you know, what I know how we can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. But what are you going to give them? Paid leave. What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. Is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them declawed them the roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How did we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's assault progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not marxists. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this they do not embrace. Private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave folks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Shipka the shimmy shimmy. I've Illinois and other Republicans. Yeah. Give it up. It's over just give it up, folks. Give it up rollover politicians in Washington. They're really fighting for us. Hey, you know, what what that Trump? But the national burn Zach. Yes, I believe that's unconstitutional. I'm going to vote.

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"rnd capital" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To melt more Mark Levin now on KFI AM seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. More Klein Zeo a good, man. Really, really good, man. Same of his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? Which I appreciate very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall with China. The media's thrilled other words what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is right. Really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. And our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights in our banking system, at least right now that could change. That's not it. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like dimension. So what? Mark, this isn't we're sending jobs overseas. No, we're not. You know, what this demonstrates that? We've vibrant economy. Vibrant economy. We need raw materials and other stuff that other countries have and produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just meeting we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies is not a people to make everything we demand. Everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crooks. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. This percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip him into our statutes? Like the big sugar lobby can ask Marco about. Then we don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments for bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just that. It's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlements center out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans hang you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. But what are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them declawed them to put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need that two months of government subsidy. No, you don't what happened before these proposals. How did we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not marxists. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this they do not embrace. Private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing. We are printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Cas or the shimmy shimmy. Villanova and other Republicans. Yeah. Give it up. It's over just give it up, folks. Give it up rollover our politicians in Washington. They're really fighting for us. Hey, you know, what what that Trump the national burn? She's act. Yes. I believe that Chun constitution. I'm going to vote against that..

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"rnd capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"More Zeo a good, man. Really, really good, man. Same with his organization. Gave me an award last year. You know? Which I appreciate very much. Folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall with China. The media's thrilled in other words, what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities tray with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is ROY really quite bizarre. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these statistics. Do they include the movement of money? Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for RND capital expenditures. And our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And lend that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant and the reason people do it is not only because a good investments and good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights and our banking system at least right now that could change. That's not count. It. So we don't really have these massive quote unquote, imbalances in part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? This is an we're sending jobs over. No, we're not. You know, what this demonstrates that vibrant economy? A vibrant economy. We need raw materials and other stuff that other countries have and produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of the vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. In bigger and better things than other countries. Whether it's automobiles whether it's homes, whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough companies. It's not a people to make everything we demand. Everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better. Because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know how they're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. This percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And when are companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly? So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state owned. Fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Well, Mark, you know, we have a one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip into our statutes? Like, the big sugar lobby can ask Beth, then we don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments are bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just so that's the wrong. Lock logic tenants the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is roll call the anti semitic newspaper. Pantley Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs. Advanced paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have an annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans, and hey, you know, what I know how we can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. Well, what are you going to give them? Paid leave. What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God love them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them clothe them. The put a roof over their head to feed them. That your number one job. But I, but I need two months of government subsidy. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How do we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shred? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not Marxist. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families. Not if you're going to subsidize this, they do not embrace private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks to get a suburban vote. And also give up the battle on man made climate change. Folks, we heard Shimkhada all the shimmy shimmy. Villanova and other Republicans. Yeah. You gave it.

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"rnd capital" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Klein CEO a good, man. Really, really good man and his organization. They gave me an award last year. You know? Which I appreciate very much. Oh, folks before we get to Victor Davis Hanson US trade deficit Jesse tenure high due to record shortfall. What china? The media's thrilled other words what they're saying is despite all these tariffs and everything. The trade imbalance with China has grown. Now, let me try and explain this again. Countries. Do not trade with each other. Individuals trade with each other. Businesses trade with each other entities trade with each other both within the United States and external to the United States. We don't have hundreds of billions of dollars being traded by the United States with China or vice versa. So this language is right. Really quite bazaar. That's number one. Number two. Nowhere in these do. They include the movement of money. Only goods and services. So people overseas are pouring their money into the United States, which has a net positive effect for our RND, capital expenditures. At our banking system. So they can lend you mortgage money car money and so forth. And then that to domestic businesses to expand and grow the movement of money into the United States, which is significant. And the reason people do it as mentally because a good investments in good return. But because we have a rule of law when it comes to our private property rights and our banking system at least right now that could change. That's not count. It. So we don't really have these massive, quote, unquote, imbalances and part of the confusion comes from the president's advisors. Sometimes the president talks about this. We have this massive debt with this country that not really. Then the third point. I would like to mention. So what? Mark this is we're sending jobs overseas. No, we're not. You know, what this demonstrates vibrant economy? Vibrant economy. We need raw-materials and other stuff that other countries have and produced that we do not have. Or do not produce. For ourselves. So we can produce other end products, and we can consume what they send us. That's the nature of a vigorous robust economy. We consume more. And I'll just mean eating we consume more. And bigger and better things than other countries. Beal's whether it's homes. Whatever it is. Where Richard country, so we consume more. So we need to import stuff. We can't just make it all here. That's your rational. There's not enough company. So it's not a people to make everything we demand everything we need everything we desire here in the United States in and of itself. It's simply not possible. So it doesn't mean that something's going horribly wrong. And this is why I always make the distinction between tariffs on China, and other enemies and tariffs on our allies. I wholly support tariffs on China. The bigger the better because China is an enemy. China is stealing. Our proprietary information. China is stealing. Our intelligence information. China is stealing our know-how. They're crooks. Well, you don't have free trade with crux. We're not talking about tough trae tough negotiations. You know, this percentage they charge lower percent. They're stealing from us blind. And our companies locate offices and factories in China stupidly. So. The Chinese government says great as a condition of doing business here apple. Or marriott? Or Federal Express or what have you? We own we the Chinese state on fifty one percent of your of your business in China. And this is how they get access to our technology. And this is how they get access to our data. This is how they get access to our know-how, and they take it and they built from it. They don't make heavy duty investments. They're not a competitor. They're an enemy. So for national security reasons, I'm all for everything. Donald Trump is doing to them and more. But they're not Canada. Mark. You know, we have a one hundred percent tariff or whatever it is on dairy products coming in here from Canada. And really, and what is our tariff on sugar. Coming into this country. Anybody know what is our tariff on mushrooms coming into this country? Why do we only face focus on dairy products? Why don't we focus on almonds? Why don't we focus on all the other protections that these nitwits politicians in Washington put in our law slip him into our statutes? Big sugar lobby can ask Margalla back. Then. We don't trade fair on sugar. We don't trade fair on a lot of stuff. Free market. I know. I know I'm the only one anymore. I got it. I got it. I got it. I'm the only one. Okay. Okay. Okay. But I'm trying to explain why. This story is bogus because at the terms. The arguments are bogus. I mean, it's not bogus in the context of the language. It's using the logic. It's using it's just that. It's the wrong lock logic. And it's the wrong language, and it comes out of the administration to now. Listen to this one. Republicans. This is Ralph call the antisemitic newspaper apparently Republicans seeing opportunities in the suburbs. Advance paid leave plants. What? Now, we have a debt that is through the roof. We have annual deficit like we've never seen before. Thank you. Mitch mcconnell. We have. Entitlement cetera out of control that are going broke. And so now, we have Republicans. Hey, you know, what I can get more suburban voters how give them more stuff. What are you going to give them paid leave? What? Paid leave. It's a family thing. Don't you know, we're for families? So the government should subsidize people who have children, you know, my parents God loved them would have been disgusted by this proposal. You know, what they would say to me. If you're going to have children. It is your obligation. It is your primary of primary responsibilities. To protect them declawed them put a roof over their head to feed them. That's your number one job. But I, but I need to months of government. No, you don't. Whatever happened before these proposals. How do we become this great nation as we did a religious nation a nation of families to the liberals tried to rip us to shreds? But. All of a sudden, we need to be subsidised when we have children, we need the government to subsidize is this not insanity. Missouri Representative and Wagner. She's coming up with an idea. And she's not the only one we gotta get the votes from the suburbs. So this is what I mean by soft progressives and Wagner's a saw progressive. Mitch McConnell saw progress. And by that, I mean, they're not marxists. They're not radicals. But they do not embrace truly families that if you're going to subsidize this, they do not embrace private property rights. They do not embrace these things they say, they do they're not as bad as the hard left, but they're bad. We've got this debt. We have these deficits we have enormous borrowing printing presses gone over and over. I mean, they don't even take this into consideration. Nothing. So we're going to have paid family leave soaks together suburban vote. And also give up the battle on made climate change. Folks. We heard Shipka saw the shimmy shimmy. Use of Illinois and other Republicans gave.

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"rnd capital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"rnd capital" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That employs hundreds of thousands of people in this country. It will be negatively affected. If you're waiting to buy an automobile, I think it made a mistake or you better go in this weekend. Because the price of your automobile is going to go up. So you can subsidize another industry. And so this is what we do now subsidize banks. Under George W Bush, subsidized steel. And lumber and aluminum under Donald Trump, by the way, last time, I checked both Republicans. Republicans and then they wrap themselves and patriotism a so pro American. No, it's not it's un-american. You want to withhold technology from a foreign power because they'll use it against us fine. You want to withhold steal from a foreign power because they use it against us fine. You went to withhold aluminum from a foreign power because they'll use it against us fine. But when you punish the American people. While pretending. To protect the American people. It's unacceptable, then you'll have these clowns wrapping themselves nationalism. This will make America great again. How will it make America? Great again, when the vast majority of America is subsidizing a little tiny speck of America doesn't make America. Great. Well, we need is still industry in this country. We need all kinds of industries in this country. Ladies and gentlemen, and the way you have a vibrant steel industry is to have a vibrant steel industry. Well, how can we wouldn't the prices are undercut? Well, we have no idea if they're using RND capital investment, all kinds of efficiencies of management, but I can guarantee you that when they're subsidized they don't even have to look at that. Do they? Do they? And we've done this before I know, I'm up setting many of you. But many of you understand exactly what I'm saying. Because you understand liberty. Can you understand capitalism? Look at this. Balanced trade is way out of whack you'll hear the president and his surrogates talk about this whole time. You'll hear leftists talk about the Charlotte Brown, the left wing goofball socialist Senator from Ohio very excited about the president's day loves it course, he does. Of course, he does. He's a dreamer on this. He's dreaming all about loves it. What is this balance of trade stuff? I've never even understood this. For every dollar that comes in a dollar goes out for every dollar that goes outta dollar has to come in. I don't even understand that. What if we choose at just as an example to make it simple? Let's say the American people want a whole lot of gold, and we decided to import far more gold, then we export. The American people want a lot of copper. Based on the products that they purchase so the products, and then they desire, so we import more copper than we export. Standpoint a hell of a lot more oil than we export it. Now it's turning around. Thanks to what protectionism no capitalism and competition. Now, we're going to be an oil and gas exporter. Because those industries. Are cutting edge. I remember the day. Well, we can't compete against OPEC. We can't compete against all packed. Our companies can't compete against OPEC. They just kicked OPEC's. How did they do that? Technological advances price efficiency competition. Capitalism investment are indeed. The Arabs have nothing over us. The Chinese had nothing over us. And I have sick and tired of the sad sack story. Oh, whoa. Is me. We Americans can't produce where Americans are. So stopping American jolly if they take what are you talking about?.

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