35 Burst results for "Ron Paul"
A highlight from Jordan Peterson: Scrap the Banks, Adopt Bitcoin | EP 825
"It's all going to zero against Bitcoin, it's going up for everyone, you're against Bitcoin, you're against freedom. Yo, welcome to Simply Bitcoin Live, we're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution, we will be your guide through the separation of money and state. Crazy news, Jordan Peterson, one of the most influential people on planet earth in terms of media, basically said the quiet part out loud, he said, scrap banks, adopt Bitcoin. And the crazy part about this, right, is what you hear from a lot of the political rhetoric, right, what you hear from a lot of the people that correctly identify the problems, like Xavier Millie is a great example of this, right, he's correctly identified the issue, the issue is central banking, the issue is the state, right? But you if correctly identify the issue without providing a solution, you're not really going anywhere, like the whole end the Fed movement, shout out Ron Paul, because I think he really, really started that in the United States, like, that's great, right? But what it and the Fed, and then what, and the Fed and then Bitcoin. So when someone who has that much influence outside of the Bitcoin echo chamber is not only saying scrap banks, but is actually presenting the solution to his mainstream audience that is not, that is not inside the Bitcoin echo chamber, that is a really, really big deal. So we're going to get into that, he has a massive following not only on YouTube, also on Twitter, I know a lot of people don't agree with his politics. And you know, and I respect that. And I understand that. But what I ask you is to zoom out, it's not his, his politics are irrelevant to this cause to what we're trying to achieve here. And what we're ultimately trying to achieve is a separation of money and state peacefully, people waking up realizing that no one should have the ability to create money for free that someone else has to work for. And they opt out into not only a, not only a currency that is not inflationary, but is actually deflationary, your purchasing power increases over time. So that's why this is a big deal. That's why it's a big deal when people like Jordan Peterson, people like Joe Rogan, people like Tucker Carlson, when they taught Tim Pool the other day, it's very, very important that those individuals that have massive followings, independent followings outside of the legacy corporate media talk about Bitcoin, because that is when the mainstream starts to start starts to ask questions. And I'm very, very glad that Jordan Peterson not only correctly identified the problem, but also said, okay, the solution is Bitcoin. Now this was a, this is a major effort by the Bitcoin community, right? There was a podcast that he did with Robert Breedlove, Gigi. I think he did one with Safedean also that all contributed to him coming to that conclusion that Bitcoin was the answer, just like how Max Kaiser went on Tucker Carlson, just how Michael Saylor went on Tucker Carlson, just how Marty Bette went on Tucker Carlson. Bitcoiners breaking out of the Bitcoin echo chamber, getting into the ears of huge, massively popular mainstream independent content creators so that they can tell their audience, guys, it's not left or right. It's not, it's not all this stuff that you guys are getting caught distracted with. The issue is the money. You fix the money, you fix the world. That's why I'm so hyped about today's episode. Anyways, I want to bring up my legendary cohost. He's getting more professional by the minute. He's wearing polos now. Are we just, are we just, are we just poloing it up bro from, from now on? Is that what we're doing? Yo, Anders was trolling me that I, that I allegedly am going to be wearing a suit in LA. I don't have a suit, so maybe I'll have to buy a suit so that I can be more professional. No, it was literally, it just got washed. It was on my computer chair and I'm like, all right, I'm wearing a polo today. It is what it is. It is what it is. But you're wearing a lot more polos as of late, bro. I have two polos and it's like I put on a button shirt and everyone's like, Oh, you're so professional. It's like, guys, I'm just not wearing a hoodie and a t -shirt, but Hey, I don't know. I will do a poll. Do people want me to wear polos anymore? I, whatever, whatever. Anyway, this is not about my fashion decisions. Okay. Um, yeah, man, Nico, crazy stuff. I can't wait to break down this whole new story today, but we'll save that for later. On that note, we do have a guest today. Shouts out to Stefan, a Bitcoiner, and we're really going to dive in on the connections between health and Bitcoin and why you guys need to get healthy out there. It's super important. Anyway, Stefan, how are you doing today? I'm great, guys. Thanks for having me on. Thanks for joining us on Simply.
A highlight from How Central Banks Broke Money with Matthew Meinskis
"It's the good people that are suffering. The bad people are never going to comply with you anyway. So you're not accomplishing anything. I do think Bitcoin will help to change that. Happy bank holiday from the UK. Yes, it's one of those days in the year where we give a holiday to the banks for their tireless hard work. All the great things they do for us for protecting our money, telling us where we can spend it so we don't waste it, maybe lending it out when we don't want them to, they work so hard for us. So we give them a holiday. We give them lots of holidays, but Bitcoin doesn't have a holiday, does it? No, we're still here. We're still going 24 -7 -3 -6 -5, so welcome to the What Bitcoin Did podcast, which is brought to you by the legends at Iris Energy, the largest NASDAQ listed Bitcoin miner using 100 % renewable energy. I'm your host, Peter McCormack, and ironically today on this bank holiday, I have Matthew Mazinci back on the show to talk about central banking. He is the king of base money, a regular on our show, and I always enjoy catching up with him. And here in his take on exactly what is going on right now in the economy. Now today, Matthew gives us a rundown on the nitty gritty details of how central banks are unleashing more and more money into the economy and lets us know what we can expect or when we can expect a $1 million Bitcoin. Now, in the show, I do talk quite a bit about a Joe Rogan show he made with Dave Smith. Please do go and check it out. And if you want a timestamp for where I think it gets super interesting, it's about one hour and 10 minutes in. I actually messaged Stefan Lever about that because he tirelessly puts up with my questions about Austrian economics and libertarian ideas. And so I had some questions following that show, but it's a great show. I talk about it a lot in there. And following that, I'm actually now listening to End the Fed by Ron Paul. Fascinating book. So I know you're going to enjoy this one. Any questions about this or anything else, you know you can hit me up. It's HelloWhatBitcoinDid .com. Also, we're getting closer. Aussie Bitcoiners. We're heading to Sydney September the 9th. We have our live event. We have Nick Bartier, Willy Woo, Checkmate, Rusty Russell, Dan Roberts, all on stage with Danny and I. It's going to be a banger. Can't wait to get to Australia. It's going to be my first trip. Now, if you want to come get yourself a ticket, head over to WhatBitcoinDid .com and click on WBD Live.
A highlight from Legally Pay Less in Crypto Taxes!
"Would you like to get paid to listen to this podcast grab the fountain app for free and get all our badness But earn some sweet Satoshi's download for free now at fountain FM Imagine paying only four percent taxes to the government for your business income and now imagine paying zero Capital gains taxes for all of your crypto gains. Well, I don't imagine it. I'd live it Legally, sir. Lord Travis is super busy today so you've got me and my guest Davin Michaels here to discuss how the tax situation that I mentioned is real life and How you can surround yourself with high performers that may help set you up for a very profitable Future by joining us on the high seas. Yarr sound exciting Ahoy, matey come along with us on this ride for episode number 693 of the bad crypto podcast Welcome to the bad crypto podcast Sir Lord Joel come here with you Travis Is getting ready to do some globe trotting and he's got a lot of stuff to do. He's very busy right now And so I'm rolling solo today, but not truly because I've got a guest with me he's an old friend and We're just gonna jump right into the interview because there's two things that I want you to walk away with as you listen number one how to pay less Taxes legally and not just crypto taxes, but any type of gains taxes on your stock portfolio taxes on your precious metals gains crypto and more and I want to invite you to come along with us on a vacation on the high seas. You're gonna love this Let's listen in As You know Sir Lord Travis and myself have been living in Puerto Rico now for over two years It's it's been really interesting met a ton of incredible people, but one of the gentlemen who is Responsible for me being here is an old friend. His name is Davin Michaels Davin's an entrepreneur he's a crypto guy and He was on episode number 382 of this podcast a little more than three years ago But you might not know it because he was on the same show as dr. Ron Paul Dr. Paul, of course was the headliner and then there was like oh also Davin and I wanted to give him the spotlight today because we've got a lot of really interesting things to talk about Davin Michaels welcome back to the Republic of bad cryptopia, sir Mr. Joel calm my dear friend of almost 15 years. It's great to be here with you Mika No, I think it might be longer than that. I think it might be too if we had met around 2007 it's it's 16 years. Yeah. Yeah, we just taken it your way for me. I'm sorry about that We just celebrated the 15th year of one to three employee. I was shooting a commemorative video for our employees So that's 15 years there Wow And for those of you watching the video version on YouTube rumble or Odyssey that is a real background Davin lives really a big stones throw away from me right on the harbor here in Palma still Mar and It's a beautiful day. It's a hot day But you know, what's mind -boggling to me is here We are closer than the rest of the states to the equator and they've been having a worse heat wave Then we've been having yeah, not too bad here. Not too bad. Nice breeze Beautiful paradise all year long. Yeah So for those of you that really want to go deep on the Puerto Rico connection and the tax benefits I recommend you go back to the episode. We recorded three years ago. It's bad co dot in 382 we'll have that in the show notes for this particular episode as well But I want to touch on it Devon before we get into some other things today Including we're gonna be talking about so you guys want to stay tuned for this an interesting opportunity To go on a cruise with us in April. That's a little teaser for you let's let's start out with the overarching benefits of why Americans are moving to Puerto Rico Yeah, absolutely so Puerto Rico is a territory and if you are a u .s Citizen and you jump through the legal hoops and you make Puerto Rico your legal home In other words, you live here at least half the year then you essentially pay almost no tax So we pay four percent federal income tax We pay zero percent capital gains We pay zero percent in dividends and it is truly a game -changer a dear friend of both yours and mine and neighbor of So many years John Lee Dumas who is an unbelievably successful podcaster JLD always says I work 4 % of the year for the federal government and 96 % of the rest of the year for myself. He said he works the first couple of weeks of the year for the government then that's it and That's that's a big game -changer. So we lived in LA where we were paying I don't know between You know corporate and federal and state and I think I was paying about 63 % in taxes and it was just absolutely ridiculous And so we first moved to Vegas got rid of the state tax and then eventually moved here and got rid of most of it But there's so many more benefits, too So for example, one of the greatest benefits is is deal flow and you were talking about that a few minutes ago The amazing people you meet here because you got to be a mover and shaker to do this You know, you you have a tax situation, right? You need to save money. You're doing well in addition to that To pick up and move to a territory You have to be a pioneer which you are such a pioneer and you you and I both have that pioneering spirit as does Everybody over here. And then what happens is you have to spend at least a half a year in paradise. It just sucks Right. I mean look at this. It's just so hard, you know, so it's gorgeous here all year long There's great food great people and the actual people who live in Puerto Rico actual Puerto Ricans Are some of the loveliest people in in the world. They will just give the shirt off their back for you They are so nice. So wonderful and I'll give you an example You just walk down the street and people are saying good day to you. Good day. Good day Good day. Well, we leave we travel and and people aren't speaking to us like saying like greeting us on the street We're like gosh, you know you get used to this, right and then we greet people and they look at us like we're crazy But there's also a lot more benefits than just tax benefits. So so the way all this works is Puerto Rico is a territory. They have their own tax authority and it's not the IRS It's hacienda. And so if you're a bona fide resident of Puerto Rico, that's who you're paying your taxes to you're letting the IRS Know what you're up to but you're paying hacienda And there's all these other programs that are available to they used to be a whole bunch of different acts They've now put them under an umbrella called act 60 when Joel and I got into this It was called act 2022 and we were just two of those acts but now act 60 brings them all together and Just to give you some examples of some of these acts I have a car that is a plug -in hybrid It only gets 19 miles on a charge. Okay, it's just it's just a token thing But because it has a plug I was able to import it here tax -free and save 30 % in taxes There's an entertainment tax here. My cousin Danny was just here shooting a Pilot for Amazon. She got a 40 % tax break of which you can you know cash in that tax break at 97 and 19 to 99 cents on the dollar so it's essentially cash back There is a hospitality credit if you have like an Airbnb that has at least I think it's seven or eight beds and baths You get 40 % back over four years Many of you who might live in the u .s. Might be familiar with Opportunity zones where you get amazing tax benefits Well, 98 % of this entire island is an opportunity zone and this list just goes on and on I learn about all these new incentives all every day and I don't know all of them But in a few minutes, we're gonna talk about one way that I'm gonna both you and I are gonna learn all about them And by the way, Joel My guess is you don't know about all of them either. No, I don't I know, you know act 60 That's that's what I'm here on and it's you know, what you say is so true I came for the tax breaks. Yeah, and I did have friends already. I knew you and I knew JLT and Had visited in fact I think that we you're recording the last time you were on the show was when I first visited you In February 2020 the episode came out the the following month and we were going to move Yeah that May and then kovat hit and everything became more complicated and we put it off for another year But I'm really glad that I pulled the trigger when I did I came for the tax breaks But I'm staying for the community I have never in my life and I'm approaching 60 ever nor in a community like this of high performers of creative people of good hearted people and you have everything in where we live in Palma del Mar from Thousandaires to billionaires and from hanging out with people you wouldn't know the difference of who you're hanging out with Because it seems like the egos are largely checked at the gate and people were all here kind of for the same reasons Yeah, it's a yeah for sure. Sorry to interrupt. It's but yeah, it's like kind of a flip -flop and t -shirt community, right? So how are you gonna be flexing? You know what I mean? So it's nice. It's nice people do check their egos at the door I think for the most part there's all of these Groups that were in and signal and what's happened. There's always something going on You know, I've become a pickleball enthusiast since I've moved here. Erin is a big golf Enthusiast and you know, we we live on the golf course So holes five and six of the palms course are right behind our condo And the beach is right outside the door. And so it's just there's always something to do We're going somewhere tonight. Are you are you joining us tonight? What's going on tonight? I don't know Okay Yeah, check check with your social director. I'll check with mine. Yeah, but Like you said I've never experienced anything like it except on like television, right? These little you know, these TV shows that take place in this little small town Everybody knows each other and they're all like best homies, but I've never experienced in real life until moving to Puerto Rico I think part of it is you know when you're in the city like we came from Denver To somebody's orchestrate calendar with yours in multiple couples calendars to get together. It's a big deal It's an event here. There's so many people and so many friendly people that it's like hey, what are you doing for dinner tonight? Hey, we're having you know karaoke at our place this weekend we're going to the beach club on Sunday and and people just continue to get together to the point where We have now had to since we've been here vacations with Groups people of from here So we basically just pack up Puerto Rico and we put it on a cruise ship and take it on the road and we'll talk A little bit more about that here soon. By the way, are you going to Rustin's a rip your float party tomorrow? Yes, I am But we have another party simultaneously, so we're gonna be jumping back and forth So Let's you know, we kind of hit on the governmental programs the things that are available here And we'll try and find a website for you guys that has all of the different acts so that you can take a look at Those let's talk a little bit about some of the the services on the island and the things that people are working on Yeah, so what's interesting is well, okay. So let me start with my own personal experience. So I always I Felt that when we came here we were gonna approach this as we are a guest in this Territory and and so I don't you know, try to push my opinions or agenda on anybody and My goal was to make this place a better place than when I got here Right to make a difference and make an impact and I like I kind of an impact jump junkie so I really like that and a lot of people are doing the same thing here and You know, you could you could actually come here and say I'm not gonna do any of that I don't want to have any impact I'm just gonna do my time and so on and so forth and you would still impact the economy because you'd hire a ton of people to help you with a bunch of different stuff and you put a lot of money into the economy and so I'm involved in a lot of projects here One of my favorites is I am a member of PMPR partnership for modern Puerto Rico which is the think tank that was created by Alberto backo who's the former secretary of commerce to Puerto Rico and He actually if you came in on our program act of 2022 several years ago He would have signed the decree because it was he and his regime if you will that that that ushered in act 2022 And it has had such a huge impact on the on this island So many things are happening I'll give you an example in this enclave that we all live in There has not been new development here in two decades in 20 years because it was overbuilt in the heyday prior to 2008 Now there's new construction here And people are benefiting one of the things that is included in the act 60 program not in my decree But in the current decree is that you have to buy a property within two years You can come here you can rent a place.
A highlight from Rudy Havenstein: It All Broke When the Money Changed. How Central Bankers Created the 1%
"At first, you know, Powell came in and he was in 2018. You know, remember, he started raising rates then and he got them up to about two and two point four percent or something, and the market went down like 20 percent. And every day on CNBC, people are saying with a straight face, this is the worst week center, worst month since 1931. And I just was just responding to those like, are you insane? This is nothing like 1931 goofballs. But that to them, well, technically, OK, was in December drop or something. So so Powell turned tail and immediately in January 2019 said, OK, we're done. We're going to start cutting again. And they did. And they got and then, you know, so so I thought he chickened out and I thought he was terrible for until the past year when he started hiking rates, you know, and we're only up to average rates. We're up to normal rates. I mean, people think the last 15 years were the norm. They're the aberration in my in my mind. You can see that if you look on a long term chart. I was trying to look on a long term chart, not unlike in the last four quarters or something. And I think he's also not an econ Ph .D., excuse me, not an econ Ph .D., which, you know, people say, oh, well, they use that as a criticism initially. And I'm like, that's the best thing about him. He's not an econ Ph .D. because those people are brain dead. And, you know, I mean, by and large, I mean, I have a few. I have some great econ Ph .D.'s, genius guys that follow me. And and they're but they're not from the they're what you would call heterodox economists. They they're not like the Larry Summers and the Ben Bernanke's of the world. But so Powell, I think, I don't know. He comes from a private equity background. I'm sure all his friends are fabulously wealthy. He himself had a career of, you know, being a plutocracy all star . And everything he did in the first few years, certainly as Fed share, was right up that alley the last year. We've gone back to normal rates. Now we did it quickly. So everyone's freaking out. But a lot of the problems we have now are not because of the of the five percent rates, it's because of the stupid, stupid Zurb policy that we had for over a decade. And of course, the nine trillion of QE that they that they did, which is basically another form of lowering rates. I think people say, oh, no, no, no. They rates go, you know, whatever they listen, so those not so a trillion of those bonds like Bernanke promised in 2010. And we'll see where rates go. Actually, Ron Paul, again, you know, said to Bernanke, where do you want to see the balance sheet? This is, I think, in 2010. And Bernanke goes, oh, we want to see it, you know, back down to a level where we have enough cash and and, you know, under a trillion, under a trillion, under a trillion. And then we went to nine trillion. So everything Bernanke said is basically BS. And the guys, like I said, I think the guy's a psychopath. I really do. I mean, I have nothing but contempt for that guy. And but Powell, I don't I I don't have the same feeling for because I think he I think maybe he realized he screwed up because it would have been so much easier to raise rates. There was so much less debt in 2018 than there is now. You know, that would have been the chance to do it. Instead, they got back down and then covid hit. And then they went there. Well, then Powell went insane. And I think maybe, you know, everyone was kind of crazy back then. And they they were like printing, you know, they were buying MBS, though. And so that was a huge mistake, huge, I think, and probably illegal.
Vivek Ramaswamy: Finding a 'New Lane' in This Presidential Race
"You have kind of more of the libertarian lane which it's interesting Trump kind of takes some bites out of that too You now have a new lane he created which is the Magdalene which obviously he's going to dominate And then you have kind of the old school Buckley conservative lane I think with desantis It's kind of a simplistic question but do you see yourself in kind of this new appealing to young voters and the turning point kind of younger voter crowd lane that you're going to be kind of a new face for the crowd the outsider Almost the role Donald Trump had in 2016 That's exactly the way I said What Trump was in 2015 and 2016 That's the role I'm playing now I'm the outsider in this race I think about it as maga two America first two where we're drawing a lot of people from the America first movement but combining that with people who might have supported Ron Paul a number of years ago a decade and a half ago against the national security establishment against fighting pointless foreign wars against the Federal Reserve something that I've actually been a big opponent of for a very long time as you know Dan So I think combining kind of the Ron Paul crowd from 2008 But with maga in taking it to the next level with the America first agenda that's my lane is what I would say And yes reaching the next generation is an important part of this objective because what we've lost is our sense of national pride then If you ask most people my age really any age but especially people my age I'm the first millennial ever to run for U.S. president as a Republican by the way To ask people my generation what does it mean to be an American You get a blank stare in response And so unapologetic nationalist I believe in this country and being proud of it I believe in American exceptionalism I will not apologize for that but we're passing that pride on to the next generation That's why I'm in the race
Josie Glabach, the Red-Headed Libertarian, Shares Her Story
"This hour we have a very interesting guest and what I'm excited to talk to. Josie gley back, otherwise known as the red headed libertarian from Tim Cass dot com. Josie, welcome to the program. Hi, Charlie. Thanks for having me. So tell us about your story and tell us what you believe and why you believe it, and then we'll talk about more from there. Sure. So my story, I got into the libertarian spectrum. I kind of always was a libertarian, maybe starting in 2012. And I got onto Twitter around 2017, 2018 in that time and kind of just started developing and to who I was. And kind of seeing a cultural shift that I didn't really agree with. And I was living in Massachusetts at the time, and that was when the pandemic happened and everything. And I was seeing some stuff with the trans agenda that was happening in my life and it was starting to come more into my life than I wanted it to come into regarding my children. And one thing happened after another thing happened after another, and I just said, okay, this is it. And move to Florida. So now I'm a libertarian living in Florida and just rolling rolling with emotions. Well, very cool. Were you a liberal before you were a libertarian? I didn't know what I was. Around the time of September 11th, I was pretty conservative given what had happened, you know, and I was in high school at the time, and I just, I just want to justice what I thought was justice. And then around that time living in Massachusetts, there's a lot of liberal influence. So I was kind of bombarded with that at the same time, but nothing really seemed to fit who I was until I found the Ron Paul revolution around 2012.
Darren Beattie Responds to Ron Paul's Recent JFK Statements
"Joining us now is Darren Beatty Darren welcomes the program Darren runs revolver dot news and does an excellent job. Darren, I want to talk about what Ron Paul was riffing on regarding the deep state, so can I play the tape and then get your reaction, Darren? If so, slowly. Let's do that. Let's play cut 83. There's been a coup. The we don't have any resemblance to a government that believes in a republic. We don't have honest money. We don't have integrity. We don't even have people in Washington that even pretends that you're supposed to tell the truth. And if I want to, if I can, I want to just put the date in my mind and anybody could pick probably any date and I last hundred a year. But I have picked I have picked November 22nd, 1963. What happened on that day? That was the day, Kennedy was murdered by our government. Wow. You know, by the CIA, Darren B to your thoughts. Well, it's remarkable. And of course, it's really a classic coming from Ron Paul. A man who has been speaking the truth for so long. He's kind of become a meme in his own right. We should have listened to Ron Paul. And it's incredible to see him still going at it after all of these years. And he's best known for being one of the most brave and articulate critics of government abuse. From the Federal Reserve and which ties into some of what you were saying about gold, critic of the Federal Reserve, critic of the national security state and saying kind of things that now thankfully have become somewhat commonplace somewhat accepted in the right. There's still a long ways to go. But he's been saying it for a long time. And
Mike Pompeo: Conservative Values Deliver the Best for Every American
"And I think as a party, the Republican Party has some work to do. We've got to be that big tent party, I think, and we have to hold on to the fundamentals, but maybe agree to disagree on some of this stuff. Oh my gosh. We're always going to look even today. We see the divides in our party about how to prosecute the war in Europe. How to assist the Ukrainian. So we've always had that strand. The pap Buchanan Ron Paul, Rand Paul strand of our party, those are valid discussions we ought to thrash it all out. But in the end, I pray that we'll all come together because I do believe that the conservative view that I have held since I was a teenager delivers the best outcomes for every American. Heartland values. Yeah, heartland values and values that are founders. And by the way, while they thought they didn't fight about the central ideas of protection of basic property rights, human dignity, the capacity of the contract opportunity for everyone based on merit and equality, not on some idea of equity or division by group. Those were ideas that were consensus ideas, and I think the next set of leaders, whether they be mayors or county commissioners, needs to just drive those. And when they do, I think we'll have successful elections to. All right,
Adam Mill: How Do We Get Rid of the FBI?
"Goes into a lot of band aids We could use to kind of at least in the short term repair the FBI which I think has to be abolished at this point But at least things that would help move the football along a little bit First he describes the problem Just like Ron Paul did and the clip we opened up the show with You want to hear that clip again you can check it out on the podcast today have it there Adam mill notes politicians fear the FBI because of its ability to plant and spread stories with the imprimatur of the bureau as a source You know you see a starring a paper Jim verdy robbed the Jimmy John's of a gargantuan That's nonsense No no someone in the FBI toe Oh wow Mike you better get to that Jimmy John No more gargantuas left Jim stolen You FBI says it You see the power of the FBI to leak to the media But that's not it Mill goes out That's not the only thing Mill goes on When the FBI sees a candidate engaged in Rio corruption however it seems to do the opposite running interference with the news media to protect that candidate by suppressing news stories or characterizing politically inconvenient stories as Russian disinformation Oh that never happened Actually it just did with Hunter Biden So he lays out the problem along with other things I talked about before abusing databases spying on political candidates paying spies to spy on political candidates Using leaks using foreign governments planting stories in the paper I mean the litany of FBI abuses is just too much to overcome It's time to disband them at this point But if we can't disband the immediately here are some potential fixes He talks about step one They need to register their contacts with political figures This is a great idea This is from mill's piece in American greatness He says one solution might be to demand the political candidates a pledge to publicly disclose any attempt By any member of the FBI to gain leverage over that politician
Caller: Republicans on TV Are Sounding Like Democrats
"My point is I've called your show a few times And before any of this was out there I listened to all of the Republicans in our party that you've deemed a long time ago Many people we like code pink Republicans Ron Paul Rand Paul great guys I like them but they're dead wrong on national they're just dead wrong on national defense There was never an argument Now I'm watching all of my cable shows people I like they sound like the Democrats in the 80s and their names I know I understand I'm hearing a lot of this As you know I'm on the air so I don't get to watch many of them but I understand that is happening Please watch it because you'll be shocked but you know who I'm talking about And so I'm watching this I really don't but that's okay You go ahead Yes So a couple of years ago I said this is a problem It's like why are we in Afghanistan And this is coming from Republicans now Conservatives on TV people that I like So I'm having coffee with people They're regurgitating this stuff So it's not like these people shouldn't be challenged because they're swaying minds I would say 80% of the people I talk to now are saying things like why would we go to Ukraine when we won't even defend our own borders I say first of all we're not going to Ukraine We're not sending troops to Ukraine So what the hell are they talking about They let me know what they're talking about I can't we do both Right We're not sending troops into Ukraine I don't even support that I don't think Ronald Reagan would have supported that but we should have sent a ton of military equipment to Ukraine We used to do this all the time to the Soviet Union whether it was in Africa whether it was in the Middle East whether it was Afghanistan and so forth since when do we not do that sort of a thing Since when is that supposed to be for bowden
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"You know something's happening and it's hopefully fundamental and We might see some positive things. Not that you'll see the final answers because you know the one one party versus the other. There's definitely different approaches. And all but the big picture of government intervention government spending government printing money government supporting wars. There's not enough difference to say well. Here comes a solution. It's only gonna come by more of those people cheering for liberty but they have to also become more knowledgeable of what they're cheering for and understand the principles of liberty that allow them to go to that football game and have a good time. Exactly what i'm going to close out. If if you just want to tell everyone. I this is my first day back. I took a couple of days back in. Dc to go over the old stomping grounds But the conference was a great success with such a delight to meet so many of you there so many of you came. The house was packed. Great people. I wish we could do it every weekend. Honest paul But we had a great time. I want to thank all of you for coming out and those of you. That didn't i hope you can make it next time. There will be a next time. i think. We all felt recharged our batteries because of that And i would like to mention Subscribe to the ron paul institute for updates. A lot of people said. Hey i had no idea you guys were having all sold out. And i said subscribe to our updates. And you'll be the first no so just go to ron paul institute dot org and subscribe for free. We're not going to sell your name or do anything weird with it. We're just gonna let you know when we have conferences that you can get your tickets. I will put a lincoln the description so you can subscribe. Our subscriber base is growing. But we do need to have a way of getting in touch with you. If something else happens we won't discuss what so thinks. Everyone subscribe. keep up to date with what we're doing dr paul back to you. You know sometimes when you run into a problem when you're planning a program like this and i was very generous. I let daniel worry about all the problems and I just said i'll come you know but He had one little problem. We all did that. Cropped up in many most of you know about it in that is a week before the conference a week or so they. The hotel calls the hotel. We've been to several times. It said you know the government Once they're wants to control their property the pro. The hotel was on government property so they ruled today. I don't even know what their contracts said. But that was the boss the so they said that we have to take over this hotel. Be because we need it forever administration of the refugees coming back from i coming to to In from afghantistan and So the but the hotel. Oh they'll all be up. I august thirtieth and you guys can get into by the third and be okay. I told daniel no way we can't do that. I mean wh if anything what you learn in washington there's a lot of things you should learn a lot of things that people don't learn but one thing you should learn is you can't really trust what the government tells you so Eventually though the hotel that we were scheduled to go to called They'll they'll help transfer a so..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Then then you're making things much worse but The these people stood up for But but it reminds me. And i may mentioned this one time already but you know the the school systems all messed up and they are still not straight is. They're still There's there's some dictators in the school still want Down on that. So they passed all these laws especi- especially You know last year and last year's term and then they were hoping everything would be fixed up during the summer and everybody would rush back to the schools would turns out that Parents remembered in have been more aggravated in some regards. They they They sent their kids to school. But two kids Some of them which didn't have a monitor parent monitor them all all of a sudden the Attendance went crashing down in. It might have even been the parents might have been participant but the tents level was way down. I say well there you know. There's little rebellion going on there. But what is interesting. Is the man tally of this. Because the first month ends oppor when they have to make the report to the government to get their reimbursement per student. They didn't have enough student. I we're gonna get cut ten percent so so they had a solution. There was no proba- well we need to do is get students there They didn't say why aren't they coming. You know we gotta get the students there So i think even somebody that was a head officer his school district Went herself and became a truant. They start knocking on doors and caused all this trouble in the head. Hire more true in officers to round up kids and force them in there as if they were going to get educated but the only education they generally talk about are on. Some of these administrators is how i get my money from the government and be reimbursing. Keep all these hours up and all that kind of i think is just so typical of how ridiculous government intervention is. It doesn't work it backfires and if there's just a couple of principals they need to follow. They shouldn't do anything. That's immoral illegal or unconstitutional Or you have to use coercion. Simple little rural. That would solve all of our problems. Kids are probably all sitting home watching tom. Woods the curriculum actually learning something but speaking of scores. And this look. This is the the next clip. Here this is more miscalculation this is happening in chicago. They told the school bus drivers. Hey you gotta take the shot or you can't work. They said okay. We quit instead of other problems. After school bus drivers quit over vaccine mandate chicago is looking to uber and lift for so two thousand students learn at the last minute. If there was no driver for their bus they all do it and claim they're doing it for the children and that's why they that's why they want to give vaccination children who should not be vaccinated unless there's some special circumstance but but but they they do that. It's always for the children because they're part of the village and the village has to be responsible. Parents don't know how to do it and all parents the same. They're irresponsible so it's up to the village. It's up to hillary and the rest of them to make sure that they're taking care of these bus problems and and Truant officers have to pay the truant officers. Got roundup of of the ki- the kids so we can get more. They can get more money from the government so they can pay the salaries of the But we need to concentrate on the beginning of our program..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"They should like Keep the government out of practicing medicine and a few other things like that. But i think I think all this is good news that they're waking up. They're willing to say it. They stand in front of them like say in england. They're saying well Yeah we like this passport idea. But we have to be aware and they'll think up something else right now. They're still true too. Many believers in in the monitoring people going in and out on whether or not they've had the shot I don't know and i don't even think they'll go to saying well. We will actually measure your antibodies because that lose that argument too because if anything is close to what i just read that There's an estimate of maybe half of the people that haven't even been reported on probably have immunity with the thing that's significant about. The uk is that this was not boris johnson. Waking up and saying you know what. I really sounding like horrible stolen. I'm going to back off. No this was a cross partisan rebellion within the parliament of the uk. And this is a message for the us congress for democrats out there too that these people who are opposed to opposition have stood up to it. And this is alastair kerr michael the opposition liberal democrats. He said of johnson scheme. This quote opens the door to a major change in the relationship between the citizen and the state this is the imposition of a vaccine mandates. It's fascinating of the labor party angela. Rain or deputy leader of the labor party said their party cannot support any potential. Kobe pass scheme for access to every day services and even better his own party conservative. M p william rag called it quote a load of rubbish a load of rubbish..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"And if you say well who would do that. And i had a stroke of that for a long time because i would read books decades ago about the march to war. The second war is easy impossible. Nobody would do thing. But then when you read the details of what. What motivates them you know the structure of the world and world empires in the new world order and all of a sudden it makes a greater sense. So which group of people right now would benefit the most from this. Continuous chaos keeps building. That's safer minute. Chris that that we're correct in this that everything. They're doing on monetary policy with the federal reserve in all this coded reaction is making things work and what biden is doing is total chaos. That he's asking for well. I don't think we can solve the problem of. What is his personal motivations. Because you know it'd be different but for the very few the maximum amount of The deep state people who control the fed and all the financing. That goes on They they have a goal when it's related to cultural marxism and the marxism efforts now are in full blossom..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"They've treated up to almost fifteen hundred Kobe patient but they never sent anybody to the hospital and they treated them really with the the antibodies regeneration and and they treated outpatient and their statement is. Nobody went to the hospital and nobody died. And you know what. I believe them. I don't think they would. I lie to and there are circumstances where the bureaucracy gets gets all mixed up where people get admitted. They shouldn't be admitted because Right now it's very difficult. to give Some of the medications ivermectin and regenerate in the hospital and you have to do an payment but it has to do with some fda regulation but I think that's fantastic. But you don't read about that in the paper and i think the other example of Attention getting Was joe rogan. i sort of pay attention to him. Even though i've i've met a one time because One time on. Jay leno show he arrived with one of my ron paul for president shirt so i know him but i don't know him well but anyway he was hit hard the other day because the media tore into him because he got over cove. Ed and here. I assume that quite possibly there were some people from the other side of this argument. We're hoping that he wouldn't get over. Well he got over three days and he was taken ivermectin. Whatever He doesn't believe in the vaccine seems so. I don't know the total detail but this is So they just mocked him to say oh yes he's the guy that's taken horse medicine and made fun of them and guess what it turned out. There was a little bit of science left in somebody. Went and checked it. I've met in hydrochloric when has been on the market. For a long time. Doctors can legally prescribe it and it prefer other things but drugs can legally be used for other things than what their name for. So it's all legal but He he he he People came to his defense and explain. You know yes. There's a lot of medications you can take penicillin. I'm sure he didn't give penicillin animals but that doesn't make it an old antibiotic so all the information came out and it just ridiculed the media who said that That this was horse madison. He's just taking anything. He's crazy that attitude but but anyway he got over it. And i think there was also a victory for the fact that He was doing something that actually avoided The necessity going in the hospital. But people will be in denial. It is there had been lecture to the here every day. That if you do that you're risking the lives. And now you won't give the vaccine to the children. They get better ninety nine point nine nine percent without it but yet now they're getting ready to Give vaccines the kids. And now they say well. The vaccines aren't quite as good as as we thought. So we have to We have to give a booster so we gave a booster. Now they're saying well. It looks like six months. You're going to need another one. The truth is this type of ours is like a cold baras..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"They were afraid they would try to go to the dog shelter and get a dog so they killed all the dogs. It's like going to a A grocery store and burning all the groceries up because they're afraid people might go get groceries. That's how sick things are in australia. And i'll tell you australia over. The weekend had massive massive rallies against the lockdown in many parts of new new south wales in cetera. We do actually a applaud these people because of courageous and in fact. We've gotten several emails. At the ron paul institute from people in australia and some very long ones. You would not believe how tragic it is. They all end with the same thing. Please pray for us. We are victims down here. We are in prison. You would not believe it. So i just hope and we hope that the australians find a way to get their freedom back. Well you know there's a saying that goes I kill all yours. Were there they say. I kill all the dog the dogs. Yeah yeah no. That's that's really sad. It is and i have a couple of things. Speaking australia was put up this next clip. This shows how wonderfully they're locked down. They're going if we can put the next clip up here. australia here. Are there lockdowns over and over and over november. Twenty six viruses eliminated. Lockdown lockdown lockdown lockdown. How many times did they locked down in the cases. Continue to go up. It's had zero affect yet. They continue doing it. And here's something else out of romania. Dr paul that makes me scratch my head. This is an orthopedic surgeon. Go to the next clip police who tweeted this out over the weekend very fascinating. How do we explain. The situation. In romania only twenty five percent of the vaccinate of the population is vaccinated cases and deaths are plummeting. The government is closing down. Vaccinating centers and selling the vaccines to the west. And go to the next one. Here's a little bit of a up on what's happening and this is from reuters. Daily reported infections and deaths are plummeting even though less than a quarter of the population is taking the vaccine and in fact they're closing the vaccine centers and the coping hospitals. This is a head scratcher. We have no idea what's going on. But we're grateful to the doctor from romania for passing that information on and that's it for me all right very good. I i wanna close. With a short quote from not thomas dealer renzo friend of ours and writes on new rockwell site frequently. Because there's one thing that really bugs me because we're have to contend with the people who more or less want to bury the concept of natural immunity and they want to totally ignore. They really do you. You know they want vaccines and the other stuff in the even if you have natural immunity most of the they ignore it. You know. that doesn't count. We've heard that. But tom makes a statement here which i think is real good. We're real short quote. He says He's lamenting this fact. Return to the united states. One must fill out a cdc form in which you must declare that you have either at cova tests that had was negative in the past three days or you have recovered from cove..
New York City Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Sues Over Botched Vote Count
"Wanna move on now to basically an update on what we've covered yesterday. Which is this unbelievable. Vote in york city. It is incredible. And now eric adams He has filed a lawsuit against the election. Which was believe ably messed up. They put one hundred and thirty thousand votes. Shouldn't have been in there in there somehow. They didn't notice it and destroy the entire election. And of course we're covering it because there certainly are implications in the national election. We had last year but there are also implications for the entire electoral system. Which on all sides is now. I think Under attack
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"That is very good government program and it's not nearly as sinister some others and they're not naive enough and then they go and vote and vote for this and then all of a sudden they shifted around is sort of like. Can you trace everything. The fed does when they're bailing people. Nobody can trace that thing so they do this. And i got to thinking well He crossed my mind. Wh one thing for sure. I never had to worry about that. Because it's the big picture you look at wasn't voting for this stuff so they weren't going to take anything that i voted for and they could transfer in these kind of programs because most of is part of a big deal. You know just like Expanding a war. Oh yes they did this well. But maybe we shouldn't even be involved and go to war without declaration and all these so they they just. It's sort of goes back to the rule of law people actually believing that Government should be restrained by what was written in the constitution. But that is people. Don't wanna hear that. They want to know when when the next check is going to. Is it going to be twelve hundred or sixteen. That's a great point in really. We had a lucky when we worked for you. Because we didn't have to agonize over the fine print. We looked at the broader strokes. But you're absolutely right especially you know in foreign affairs where i mostly worked. You would have a foreign foreign aid bill. And because we weren't allowed to you know directly fund a foreign political party. You'd look at the usa. Id thing and there'd be a sub grant to this ngo and a sub brand of this ngo you find these. See what they're helping. They're helping a certain party over the other. So that's that's a great point. But i'm ready to close out. If you think solve all the problems i would just again talk to our viewers and thanked him for for for tuning in And also just to remind you. I look at the numbers all the time and i you know. I often harangue you to police sign up for updates from the ron paul institute. We do know that. There's a lot of cancelling going on and there's a lot of disappearing going on we don't want to be but we don't wanna lose touch with you. If that happens so far we only have about eight percent of our subscribers to the youtube channel also subscribed to rpi updates As those of you who do subscribe. We don't bombard you you don't get something every day with a you know a free offer anything. We don't sell your names at all just between us. We want to be able to get in touch with you. I'll put a link after the show in the description of how you can easily sign up for updates so we can't keep in touch as you know if you sign up for our youtube channel. We don't know who you are. We don't have any way of contacting dude. Let you know where we're going if we're kicked off somewhere only know the number itself so sign up for the ron paul institute updates and we'll know who you are and you'll know who i are and we can keep in touch. Thanks for watching. Yeah good I mentioned early on a little bit of my concern about How this commie of pipeline closure is going to affect us because there's a question Who who really was responsible for it and How much is it going to cost. And what are they going to do to solve. Problems can politics get involved. Early can get involved because it's always involved. Is it gonna cost money and expensive. Yes it will so and it just adds on another item..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"You can't forget the true individual people who who are affected so yeah hopefully answer. That's exactly right. And you know when when dr paul was giving speeches on the trail. It wasn't this sort of heavy didacticism. It wasn't a heavy philosophy. He made people laugh. He made people classroom made people enjoy and they didn't feel like they were getting a lecture. A and b. They didn't feel like they're getting a canned talk from some politician. Another bunch of garbage. And also to the ron paul fans in those two campaigns. Because i think that was before the era of memes or maybe premiums But they were so incredibly creative in the things they did and we had on the show. Once one of the fellows who involved in the ron paul blimp of all things you know so those kinds of creative things really. You didn't see a lot of that in the biden campaign right. My was i sleeping through that better. I mean trump capture some of that trump. for all of his faults. He captured the ability to make people laugh. He made fun of people he could be very cruel with people but i think he did his success. If you look at it and lyrically. His success was in being able to make people laugh even if they probably shouldn't have left part time but very powerful. You're absolutely right. Yeah and just just the pure connection on that human level you know that is truly a skill and and a way to reach out to people You know you may not everyone has like public online platform. And but i think that they can make just as strong maybe even stronger. An impact is talking to their real life in person friends or family that they hang out with Or business point places of businesses that they go to service providers and Being someone that you yourself would want to be friends with like. Are you nice to talk to you are you. Are you empathetic. Are you honest. You value truth over falsehood like that's why always promote philosophy and self-knowledge first and foremost when it comes to you know people ask me like how can i get involved with the liberty now that i'm a libertarian. How do i change minds. You know my first thing that i always say is you can't change minds or influence others of you yourself aren't taking care of You know if you don't have your mental health together if you don't have your physical health together People are just gonna look at unc. Okay we'll do. I want to necessarily mirror that lifestyle. So it's a it's a For me also i. I'm always working on like just every day. Like how can i get better. How can i improve myself. my mindset my relationships and Most importantly their relationship with myself. Yeah the bigger picture. You talk a little bit on on. I think it's your your your website your webpage about fear. And i think that is so important. You know that this is something that we've been fed. A steady diet up for the past year is fear. The mainstream media loves to peddle fear..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"The public health complex so corruption is with us. It's blinding it's coming fast. The media the military industrial complex the media industrial complex the medical industrial complex. It's dizzying it's right out in front of us. It doesn't make efforts to hide any longer We feel like we're being gas. Probably because we are we are being gas by the elites. It's not a left and right issue and that's very important to understand. It's them versus us in many ways. So what can we do. Well we can pay. Attention are unfortunately at the risk of adopting cynicism. Our our immediate response should be that this is not true. What they're telling us is not true. We can't simply take for granted the way that we have understood the world around us up until perhaps this last year or even if you want to count russia gate this past four years. We can't presume the things around us are as they seem and it can be a little a little bit threatening epistemological threatening to us what what is reality. What is knowledge but the fact is it's the only way we can cope with this constant gas lighting. So i'm just throwing this out there to consider some of these aspects of corruption to think about this deep corruption in our society and to think about in the context of dr paul's writing about moral bankruptcy once you're morally bankrupt as a society you're susceptible to anything you're susceptible to corruption. So let's think about ourselves as think about our society was think about where we're going. Let's think about the game. The elites are playing with us. Let's think about the great reset. Let's think about the new normal. Let's think about the kind of society that we want to live. And if dr paul were here he would say the answer to. This of course is to embrace the core key kernel of our defense against this which is to embrace the idea of personal liberty of doing what you want to do as long as you don't hurt someone and if taking that on board of not hurting people of actively trying to not her people In fact the opposite may be true of helping people so that is something we can take with us again. I would remind everyone to please Subscribe to this channel Because people are being told people are telling us that they're being. I'm subscribed after the scribe. Please subscribe to this channel. Police subscribe to rpi updates. Ron paul institute dot org go to the button subscribe so that we can keep in touch because yes there is corruption. There is censorship people do not want to be exposed for what they're doing and we want to be able to keep in touch with you and as long as you can hear. Please continue to watch liberty report. I promessi we will. We do have other alternative venues. We have other places you can watch the liberty report. Even some of our episodes that have been pulled down. We will continue to develop those. We will continue to develop a plan b to continue to give you the news and analysis as we see it hopefully just straightforward so. Thanks for tuning in to the liberty report. Please come back and see you soon..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Bertie seem easy things to sell. But somehow it's a fringe belief system. So i would ask. What can the liberty movement due to sell the movement. More and gain more support libertarian seemed to be recorded poorly generally and get a mixed review and many think. Libertarians are things they are not. Can this be changed. And how was it done at scale. That's a great question. that's a question. i think. I certainly ask myself all the time. Chris and i'm sure you've probably due to how do you. How do you push a movement. How'd you how'd you get this thing going. And you know a great example of how to do it on mass when dr policy second two presidential campaigns in an overweight and twelve because you know what dr paul davies. He didn't go out there and saying. Hey i'm a libertarian. You guys got to you guys. Go to abide by these. Libertarian rules His rules were more rules for humanity. You know don't steal don't kill don't hurt other people. And they were simple was a golden rule of course which he was booed for in south carolina. But you know he's a great he would it but he's a great messenger of liberty and freedom because he doesn't try to be someone he's not when he talks about things oser things from the heart. That's not that's not a prepared speech. Remember i'll tell. I'll tell ron paul story. He'll be doesn't get mad at me. But we were flying up to to pennsylvania give speech. It was in a small private plane just after he retired. And it's the first time. I really saw human action as to how he does speech and it was fascinating and i would love to get to this level but i but i haven't but i had these stacks of articles everywhere. He just tons and tons and tons of articles that he had printed out and he's reading them all and he's making notes in on a sheet long notes long notes on the sheet. Wow i mean. Does he have enough time to do this. And he writes all these notes pages and pages of notes from all these articles and then he pulls out an old used envelope and he turns it over and he looks through his notes and he just scribbles a few things on the back of the envelope. So that's that's a great messenger and he's been that and he's been in inspiration for us but you know we have a lot of criticisms of the word libertarian. Anyway because i mean for me in the rotarians simply means you don't want people to to do take your stuff is to bother you to hassi. What shirts you go to what you might want to do in i. I certainly don't identify necessarily even as a small l libertarian. but certainly not as large l. libertarian. Because you know basically these these struggles in these fights just mirror. The other parties are all jockeying for power in that. I think chris is a disadvantage as well. Because while you're just trying to do your thing and not jockeying for power. Other people are jockeying for power over. You and i read a recent article. I forget where but just the other day talking about why the left succeeds where the right and whatever that means. I would say probably libertarian..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning into the weekly report is biden holding america hostage until independence day last week. President biden addressed the nation on the first anniversary of the corona virus being declared a pandemic. It was disturbing speech warning us that the hopeful spring will only emerge from a dark winter. If all americans stick with the rules whose rules his rules the message from the president was clear he will only allow us to have some of our freedoms back. If we do exactly as he tells us it was the language of extortion of a bank robber who demands. You do what he says or face the consequences. It was not the language of someone we are told is the leader of the free world in this speech biden and laid out a list of what was taken from us over the past year weddings birthdays graduations family reunions. The sunday night rituals. It was as if somehow virus. Instead of authoritarian government officials prevented us from enjoying these normal human activities. Though we continue to seek hauge disappear across the country with the end of the winter season biden was not about to let go his perceived power to control our lives. He said if we do all this if we do our part if we do this together by fourth there's a good chance you your families and friends will be able to get together in your backyard or in your neighborhood and have a cookout or barbecue and celebrate independence day. That doesn't mean large events with lots of people together but it does mean small groups will be able to get together. Imagine our founders. Hearing this speech the us president my just might allow small family gatherings at home in four months. If we follow all his rules king. George looked benevolent by comparison as representative. Thomas massie tweeted shortly after the speech. If you're waiting for permission from the chief executive to celebrate independence day with your family you clearly don't grasp the concept of independence. It seems like yesterday it almost was that biden. Ask us to just wear the masks for one hundred days not forever hundred days he said so from just one hundred days to. Maybe you can have a small gathering by july fourth. Perhaps he just forgot his earlier speech as usual. The goal post keep being moved because politicians cannot bear the possibility that they might have to give up some of that power over us. They have grabbed for themselves. F- ouchi made the usual mainstream media rounds over the weekend and was asked by the fawning host. When americans might have permission to hold weddings again. So now americans need cheese permission to get married. What is happening to this country. The propaganda is so relentless that is seems most americans don't see how normal this is in saner times vouch. He would be laughed off the stage. Now he's treated as some sort of divine source of truth biden promised he was using every power as the president of the united states to put us on a war footing of that. I have no doubt biden's war is not against the virus. It's against the. Us constitution and liberty itself..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"And unfortunately when they shifted this whole thing is as bad as it. Was that the terrorists. Were the target the endless Never ending target the were the terrorists jihad around the world. And that's been going on and like you point out and now they're domestic domestic terrorism. We gotta be concerned about the enemy within. We frequently talk about the enemy within. But we're not quite thinking about what they're thinking about they want to create an enemy that A few few people are going to cause us revolution all of a sudden. There's going to be all all violent. They but they They won't they won't let up until something bad happens but there are bound to determined to scare the people the people at the support. It and i'm sure a lot of people say boy. I'm glad i'm glad they're paying attention. We don't want the same thing to happen before but in a second we're going to be talking about what didn't happen on the sex well. The essence of propaganda is perception manipulation. You know this is what the name of the game is and you have to manipulate and convince people that. They didn't see what they what they thought they saw. And that's why you saw the words armed insurrection. Coming out of the mouths of people like nancy pelosi on the headlines of all the mainstream media the january. Six malay at the capital wasn't just a group of writing kooks who broke in but it was an armed insurrection organized by trump inspired by his speech to keep trump as president and that kept going and going. And if you question it. As representing senator. Ron johnson from wisconsin did. They accused him of siding with the rioters. But the fact is dr paul. And i'm leading up to this. This testimony recently in congress in the senate was put up the next clip if we can. Fbi counterterrorism official. No firearms recovered during january. Sixth capital breach. They didn't discover any guns. They didn't confiscate any guns. Nobody was charged with joe gun crimes and no guns were shot except the capitol hill officer. Who shot that air force veteran unarmed air force veterans in the building. They may have this information because to me it would be very important especially with their their charges being made but i wonder how many pictures and matt how much proof that they have of individuals. Who were there cheering. The president on the speech. We're actually in there doing some damage to the property damage. Don't you think if they had found one two five ten twenty of them couldn't have rounded obama. Say here they are these here here we you here they are in the in speed and you know they took pictures of every single thing in the world and yet you know. They don't seem to have that information so then they wonder why people get cynical and are reluctant to believe everything. The government says whether it has to do with foreign enemies domestic enemies or the people who are in charge of coronavirus lockdowns. You know it seems like there's a lot of room there for a lot of mischief. And i think it's i think it's great that the that the f. b. i actually did this and had an investigation which You know if one person. I think you'd heard about it. You know with but but they don't have that evidence But i think that They're not going to be any well..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"I think that means it's being used as a diversion from some of the problems because you know although The news says it probably republicans are split into they'll never recover and trump is trump is done and i don't know any of that stuff. Nobody knows for sure. What's going to come of that. Because he could still have a lot of trouble but the point being is that there's every reason in the world that the democrats if they would admit it. They're they're messed up. You know a lot more. Maybe the people will turn on them if they can turn on governor of california and the governor of new york and all these things. There's the possibility that they may have squid bigger than what the republicans might have but They you know what what they're dealing with is is The two times they tried to impeach course. That was grandstanding. And they can't say all we did you know there's is not much to brag about their and there's There's the problem with the two governors being a major major problem with with their stays in new york and california and then there are. There are many cities involved every city should be on the defensive and even though they couldn't do in the campaign i think as time goes on when they start low You know electing local officials. I mean there was a lot of mess going on. I mean i know this January six th episode distracted from the republicans argument. Yeah but what about the summertime. how much. I mean that was sort of fluffed over but maybe you know as the campaign goes i think the democrats say we have to distract from that because they're on record saying the cities were burning and we were defunding the police. How do we answer that question. We my maybe. We can't ignore it for the rest of the time. But i think the commission will help help to do that. And then they're also facing this problem with the lincoln project. I mean that's that's really just start getting started and that that is really a mess that is just so ugly that if it's so it's so ugly they're democrats oppose you. You know wanting to know more about it. So i think that How this plays out. Time will tell but the one thing that i can't predict i wished i could is that. We're going to have a half a dozen honorable people very objective. Who are are wise to what's happening going on and give us the exact truth about Y these conditions broken. What what it really means the episode that occurred on january six. I think you're right when you talk about the democrats being in even more trouble than the republicans It is a good point. And i would just say they should have listened to us all along right. It shouldn't go because we had four years. Criticizing trump on actual policy issues rather than. He's a horrible evil man. We don't like the way you look or his air you know. This is the extent of the intellectual depth of the democrats criticism of trump. Oh he's a bad horrible racist. Rather than the actual policies that were that were bad that he pursued and the actual personnel that he that he put on his team that we're bad but what's interesting. This was a letter sent yesterday. for of ranking members In the In the republican party in the house they send a letter to speaker pelosi and they had some very specific questions. And i think although the media will probably do its best to ignore it. Some of these questions are extremely important. and this is something that you actually very early on. You asked me about this politic..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"That we have participated in some violence indirectly if nothing else because they get a lot of money from us in this sort of thing but Obama didn't do so well with afghanistan first thing. Iraq's debated war afghanistan's good war. We gotta go in. And more and more troops more killing you know that kind of stuff and trump had a different attitude And he he said we should get out of there and he's been you've been working on it. But he of course during his administration anytime not that he was perfect on only bringing troops home. He sent him where we didn't think he should but anytime he tried to bring them home guess what. He got resistance from democrats and republicans. The hawks are all over the place so but in this one at least he does wanna take a little bit of credit. He didn't start any major wars That sounds like a week statement. But under today's circumstances pretty amazing You know That we didn't have having new. I remember of course not. It's actually the beginning and how world war started but I remember seeing hearing and reading in Understanding what was doing he got to start a war under the un. Vote in the congress anyway. No you as combat deaths in afghanistan for the past year and But he's he's made. He's he's worked on diplomacy to he he It worked with the taliban taliban. A lot of people have a misconception. There they were not angels but they were sort of From their viewpoint more nationalist and and And the defended their country. You didn't expect to see the members of the taliban in new york city. The al qaeda was different but he He's dealt with them. And i think our last troops there are still some troops there Be i in may and I think this whole day is an important date it is and you know we started with thirteen thousand. Us troops in there at the beginning of last year by this area moved down to twenty five hundred. Remember trump announced that. We're getting out of afghanistan but actually put up this. I that i clip because it kind of sets the stage and this is from military dot com for the first time in two decades. The us has gone a year without a combat death in afghanistan. And that is very very significant because there have been a total of two thousand three hundred americans killed in afghanistan battling taleban that eventually ended up winning the war essentially but just as you just a couple of weeks after the the last death and that was on february eighth of twenty twenty just a little over a year ago a few weeks after that the us negotiators reached a deal with the taliban that all u s and allied troops would be out of the country by may of twenty twenty one so just in a few months. If the taliban does two things stops attacks on foreign troops which looks like it has if there have been no deaths prevents terror groups like al qaeda and isis from using their territory to launch or to springboard attacks to the us and so that is where we stand right now. The question is whether the biden administration will continue trump's policy of withdrawal under these terms or will it go back on the deal. Ironically like trumpet on iran. Go back on the deal that the us made with the taliban. It's going to even if biden has the best of intentions and he has a history of being very hawkish as we know but even if he has the best of intentions and once those last troops out director paul. It's not going to be easy..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"That will you know disprove this and say well you know in in a society that allows discretion allows you to make your own choice. Then if you're concerned about it you know we would never prohibited. Wear a mask and you will be safe and it is so simple if you if you don't think it's good and you'd think there's a native to it and there's a detriment to it especially to kiss you have a right not to wear a mask. Wise is so hard to understand the whole thing too about you. Know the banning of hydroxychloroquine It came out even though it's been around for fifty years as as a reasonable thing to talk about you know in a treatment of covet and the ama went along with it and the government went along with no. Don't use it anymore even though it's been used for so many years but then just recently quietly you know the ama came out and said it's not too bad of idea. But what i'm talking about is people have freedom of choice that tim go to the individuals they said trust. Give them information because right. Now the people are so so mixed up in there not believing. What the government's telling them in. There's reason to wonder what is the right thing to do. Because they're saying that you you can't do this And vaccines are another thing. Some people have legitimate reasons to be concerned about vaccines other people. Say as a crime against humanity. And you're a terrorist if you don't do that you're threatening the lives of the world well that that's that's audit the voluntary approach and people making up their own minds. That's that's really the answer to it and people who have Florida and other places. North south coast kota who've chosen not to ban people getting together That doesn't mean if there's a contagious disease getting together doesn't possibly expose it. But make your own decision about this..
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"But i think the answer is finding a principle of non intervention in the principles of liberty can go a long way to solve these problems. Daniel just backing up a little bit. Dr paul because you made a good point earlier. He made a lot of good points of course but early on when you mentioned the corona virus situation because yes we have indeed walk on eggshells over the the course of the last several months. Because it's been made very clear to us what you can and can't say Your position has been clear which is very skeptical of lockdowns finding them counterproductive And finding that more harmful than good and in fact. It's interesting because that was supposedly against the science. You can't say that it's against the science and now all of a sudden novi. You've probably noticed this. Dr paul none other than governor cuomo has done a flip. Flop has done a one eighty and said we can't stay lockdown forever. There's not going to be anything left to open up you know. The lockdown is bad. And even people like neil ferguson in the uk now are changing their tunes on these things. So this is a danger of a rigidly enforced of sort of paradigm by big social media companies. You can't say this because it goes against this for these things change quite often in fact it it. It does have the effect of squelching debate. And you know the the genius of suppression under the soviet system was not that they had someone in everyone's house making sure they didn't say anything against the government. They didn't have someone with a gun to your head making. Sure that you Went out and marched on may day would they did is they. Got people to self censor. They stopped bringing up controversial topics. Because it just isn't worth it. Hey i don't wanna lose my job. I don't wanna lose my friends. I don't want to lose my social media account so people just stopped talking about controversial things. What did they do varied themselves in alcohol and our cottage and other things because it's part of human nature to express our views even on controversial things like people always said dr paul. We don't have free speech that we can talk about the weather. And so this is the real danger of distance. Shrinking the public sphere the ability for us to talk to each other the self-censorship it causes severe psychological damage. It causes damage to our way of life to democracy for backwards better word and hopefully people will start waking up. If you don't like donald trump's tweets don't follow him. If you don't like nancy pelosi don't follow her. If you don't like press tv don't read it but don't go into this frenzy of.
"ron paul" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"And we can't do it. You know with the philosophy being folded now because they have not a philosophy of nonintervention him. I don our own business. We have the awesome of interventionism. If an acceptable thing it's preached in the Universities and the question is how should we. Intervene who should be the boss who should intervene. What should be done in the economy. How the money should be spent. How much should be printed in. What the interest rate of all that nonsense in the total rejections of liberty. So i would like to daydream and thing baby. Maybe we're on the right track. Maybe we're actually prevent you know proposing something that is indeed a threat to some people who preach and live by the laws of interventionism and cody control. And matter of fact. I think there is a lot to that and they have to. They have to squelch it. Because i think that the philosophy of liberty is based on a moral principle that if anybody with a little common sense in a little open mindedness if they knew about it and say that's a good record for that And makes a lot of sense and people can be prosperous and the government is minimal government. Power isn't used for special interest but We're a long way from that. But i still like to think that That is an issue because certainly the issue of my program. My little program that i have here and the people i reach in and you know don't they know i'm i'm not even in office anymore. And you know we just talk about what we talk about trying to sort out the truth from fiction and and yet people get nervous about it and and people get close down just thinking you know. Some people who are devising some alternatives to social media boy their competitors to and they could get closed down so daniel. It's a it's a struggle. But i know that the people that work with us Have firm beliefs and convictions. And they're based on moral principles and it's the principles of nonviolence matter of fact you know the greatness of martin luther king He didn't endorse that principle entirely but he certainly did on civil liberties and war and quite frankly i believe he lost his life over the fact that he would not go along with the status quo on war And republicans and democrats happened to be very much entrenched in war and war spending no matter what the conditions are and whether they're fighting to impeach somebody or anything else when it's necessary to express our aggressiveness overseas and Promote of foreign policy of interventionism You know they're pretty much together. So those are the points that are so dangerous to people who depend on a conspiracy of terrorism and scaring people together and use other power to scare us. And i have to admit that i think about that. How do i. How do i get my message out without caving in and saying okay. What do you want me to say. Here's my report. Can i read this today. And but they do that is intimidation and you lose your jobs and just think of the intimidation going on now as a consequence of this election and the chaos in washington. It's indirect now. You can lose your job your money in correspondence and all these things and It's it is very very serious..
Republicans slam Trump over withdrawal of troops from Syria
"Has the president is just getting you're always taking fire from all sides here this morning and this has to do what I wanna make sure we college member we've got troops in in Syria troops there there were helped to stabilize the situation is we were trying to find fight and defeat ISIS and I think as successfully decimated them you're never going to defeat the ideology but you know we did win this battle no question about that we're talking about fifty troops that's it the present is moving fifty troops within Syria not out of the country but just out of the northern border there were the Turks plan on the going in and taking care of some of their business for whatever reason the president saying look this is a campaign promise and this is something and it's just amazing me the president is getting hammered for pulling troops out of harm's way one second we get to a hundred percent now I get to a hundred percent then they say well maybe we could stay longer too well when do we get out is going to be a time we get it we have to bring our people by phone yeah and again this was supposed to be a short term hit maybe about sixty to ninety days it has now lasted for years and the president doesn't want mission creep like we've seen in Afghanistan like we've seen elsewhere get in get the job done get out I will get the courage here in just a second because that would be my only concern but I think the president can adequately address that Lindsey Graham of courses warning here comes the third World War this is going to lead to the re emergence of isis and the biggest one of all this will be the Iranians in as to that when you've got Democrats and Republicans in agreement and disagreement over this senator Mike Lee says we should be thanking president trump it should not be any more difficult for a president to take us out of a war zone it is for him to get us into a war zone what we really ought to be thanking him for doing this we should be thank you for keeping his campaign promise something other presidents all the politicians of of failed to do senator Ron Paul agrees with president trump I think president trump recognizes what president Reagan recognized unfortunately to lighten Beirut leaving three or four hundred people in an area that are vulnerable could lead to catastrophe but also doesn't really do anything to secure our national security you know I'm kind of the bleed goes big go big or go home you know two or three hundred people are just a trip wire to get is drawn into something and a tragedy probably so again we're talking about fifty troops of that's it and according to a Pentagon official called this does not constitute a withdrawal from Syria we're talking about a small number of troops that will move to other bases with in Syria once again manufactured outrage even on the part of US senator Lindsey Graham Nikki Haley's come out we'll hear from Meghan McCain she went on on on his moment yesterday on the on the view Benghazi sue will be with us here shortly we'll talk about her as says sing along with Mitch is opposed and I get a look at the biggest concern I I mention this yesterday what were the courage the courage to help those those who fight in Iraq the fight against Iran the fight against ISIS the Kurds understand the enemy being radical Islam so they fought with us they have shed blood with us as our allies and you don't want to hang out to dry and president trump has warned order one you know be careful with our troops be careful with the Kurds and the president on Monday defending this decision so he will quote totally destroyed I'm a liberal obliterate Turkey's economy if it does anything off limits in Syria including going after the courage that was my only concern is in these people who fought with us as our allies you wanna make sure that you know you you take care of them but here this is this is Much Ado About Nothing front with over fifty troops being moved within the country this is an thousands and thousands of troops on I can't imagine the reaction is within when we but we pull out of Afghanistan for good well the based meal basically will of the fear was is that Turkey was going to invade Syria and at the same time maybe a slaughter the Kurds are friends and the president has basically laid down the gauntlet as to what would happen if Turkey did such a thing there would be huge results that the that the the you know including sanctions and things of that nature that up and in fact maybe even pushing for Turkey out of the out of the NATO alliance there are a number of different things that the president wants that you know would do if if Turkey did it eventually try you know to invade Syria and and tried to annihilate the the Kurds now what and again though they are dead or alive that was an interesting chain and we knew the reason the reason why we need that the Incirlik airforce base there that is a key player in the in the Middle East but the again I'm sure the president any cities that comments are conversations with the receiver to on the Turkish president I understand that the again you leave our troops alone and you make sure that you're not going on there taken taken out the Kurds and it's all it's all for fun that being said this this is total over reaction we got more of a
As U.S. and Iran Face Off, Europe Is Stuck in the Middle
"President Trump briefly talked about Iran, as he boarded Air Force One yesterday looking at her on, we have a lot of things going with Iran. We have very prepared for. We'll see what happens. Brian hook is on the line with us now. He's a US special Representative for Iran. Mr. good morning. Good morning Noel. This standoff with Iran is escalating at the very least it appears to be escalating. Do you expect that these one thousand additional troops will be the end of the US response? Or should we expect to see more troops deployed to that region? We don't tell. Decisions in advance. But we have put in place in other thousand troops there in the region in the purpose of that is to establish to restore deterrence against Iranian attacks, which obviously affected freedom of navigation. It's a it's a threat to international trade and shipping. We are committed to working with our partners in the region, making sure that we have the right force posture in place so that we can restore deterrence referring to these attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Mon. You're headed to the Gulf tonight as I understand it. Who were you talking to their what's the plan? I'll be heading to the Gulf this evening for bilateral meetings with Saudi Arabia UAE Kuwait Oman by rain, and then, from there, Elba, going onto Paris, for consultations with the, the Brits, the French and the Germans, there's a wide range of issues concerning the Iranian regime that we wanted to. Thus LB discussing runs regional aggression. Talking about the recent attacks on the two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, and also sharing additional US intelligence, on the various threat streams that we continue to see in the region, you're going to be talking to our European allies. Our European allies still favor the nuclear deal that the president withdrew from does the US want the existing deal to simply fall apart at this point. That's really a question for those that are still in the deal we left the deal about over a year ago, and that has put us into the position that we're in today that has allowed us to run a campaign of economic pressure with the goal of both denying this regime, the revenue that it needs to run an expansionist violent foreign policy. But, but it also is designed to bring her on back to the negotiating table. If you look at the forty year history of this regime, they don't come back to the table, absent pressure. And we are we've put in place, a foreign policy that has. Has denied this regime tens of billions of dollars in revenue, and that is having a positive effect in the region. Well, actually, Iran's president Hudson Honey, said this morning that Iran will not negotiate with the United States under pressure. So President Trump. The Trump administration may be open to this, but it doesn't seem to be working on Iran. Does it well running regime will say a number of things that they're not able to actually execute. They regularly threatened to close the strait of Hormuz, but they're not able to do that. So we are we know that if you look at study, the forty year history of this regime is I have they do come back to the table. They certainly will not come back without pressure. Let me take you back to our European allies. Some EU foreign ministers have made clear that they're not convinced by US allegations. That Iran was responsible for the attacks on these two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Why doesn't the United States share the evidence that it has gathered with our allies in Europe? wouldn't that help in part to convince them if that's what you're trying to do chancellor merkel's german chancellor merckel yesterday announced that there is strong evidence that iran is behind the attacks the british foreign minister said that iran is behind the attack so i think in fact our european allies have made very clear that iran is responsible for the tax in the gulf of oman we have been sharing intelligence on a very regular basis you're gonna see more countries i think follow the lead of germany and the united kingdom iran says they will be out of compliance with the nuclear agreement on the day that you're in paris what would happen on the diplomatic front if if they if they do leave the agreement or fe rena gun some of their commitments to the agreement in that agreement transom urkel yesterday addressed that same question and she said naturally there will be consequences if iran decides to make good on its threat into breach material sections of the iran nuclear deal what the kind of things that we're looking at very closely as whether iran is able to get to a nuclear weapon in less than a year the iran nuclear deal has them outside of a year we would like them as far out as possible this is still the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism they can never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon i know that we disagree with our european allies about the deal that we are completely in agreement that iran will never possess nuclear weapon and may i ask just quickly are you concerned that the u._s. is headed toward a conflict with iran i think we're doing a good job of restoring deterrence in the region back in early may we were seeing a number of credible threat streams that suggested imminent attacks by iran against american interests and the president's national security cabinet in the president made the decision to enhance our force posture in the region to share as much as possible and the the very sorts of major attacks that we feared have not occurred to date and we believe that is because we have Put in place enough deterrence measures to avoid that Brian hook US special Representative for Ron, thanks so much. Thank you. NPR's. Deborah Amos has been listening in from Berlin high debt though. Hello. What did you hear there from, from special Representative hook to things? He talked about restoring deterrence. They're not escorting tankers, yet, net is another step that they can take him. The second thing I heard him say is bringing Iran back to the table. What you hear in European capitals is. Yeah, we want that too, but you need to give you on a way to get to that table and not just, you know, pressure oil imports down to zero which has an enormous affect on the economy in particular for Iranian citizens. You need to have an opening not just put a telephone number out there and say, you know, when you're ready and that they say, is what they want here. Europeans are stuck in the middle of this standoff. Our European allies. How are they dealing with it? oh they feel it they feel are stuck in the middle and it's going to be hard for the trump administration to forge an international alliance because they don't see eye to eye on how to deal with iran what the europeans are doing is they're trying to keep trade open with this system of barter called stacks which would allow food and medicine to go to iran under the old sanctions policy nobody would sell them food and medicine and they were short of cancer drugs and nebulizers all kinds of things so the europeans are trying that it is limited the iranians don't like that it's not a great sales technique to keep them in the nuclear deal but that's what the europeans want they want the deal to hold and merkel's comments that if ron paul's out there will be consequences was the toughest that we've heard in europe in response to the iranian announcement that they may just pull out and paris deborah amos in berlin thanks
New caravan crosses Guatemala as first migrants enter Mexico
"More potential chaos at the US Mexico border. As yet another caravan heading our way, former Texas congressman libertarian Ron Paul weighing in USA radio's Timberg with the story. A new US bound caravan that formed in Honduras quickly grew to writing around two thousand people as it makes its way toward Mexico. Former Texas congressman and libertarian presidential candidate Ron Paul tells Fox News that welfare incentives, are what are drawing people here to the United States. I take a position that is not well received by either side because I say my answer journalists -tarian, I don't look forward to walls to keep people in or keep people out. And also, I've argued the case incentives. Have a lot to do with this. Yes, we should have border secure. And let people come in and be generous. Let them come. But people who come illegally shouldn't have an easy road to citizenship. I can't see that for USA radio news. I'm timberg.
Texas Libertarian Ron Paul: We don't need Trump's border wall
"Homeland security front and center for the administration. President Trump Thursday heads to the US border with Mexico to tour what's been built at the border wall. And what remains to get done? USA radio's Timberg says libertarian Ron Paul like, the Democrats not into the wall. Here's his report as Democrats and Republicans still cannot come up with a deal to end the partial government shutdown on Thursday, President Trump will travel to mcallen, Texas to tour border facilities and also meet with border agents. Former Texas congressman Ron Paul was asked to barter. Border crisis on CNBC. Terrier? I don't wanna walk people in. I wanna walk people out. But I don't want free open borders, either, I think you have to remove the incentives for people to come and they come because there's a welfare system here. Easy access to citizenship is politicized one group wants him because they think they can get the votes, but people should be able to come and visit and
CNN's Jim Acosta has White House press badge revoked
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Boy, the headline stocks set Bal another ten percent before finding a bottom. According to the piper Jaffray technician. Stocks due for a recession and a tumble CNBC's are cash. Stating that every decade since the eighteen fifties in the US has had a recession. We haven't had one yet. So it's gonna happen. My advice, you do not obsess over fear of recessions. Wayne, why also last hour I was discussing the seven-year asset class return forecasts by none other than GMO. Jeremy Grantham, the G in GMO also wanna talk about the market what's happening with the market right now because you know, we went from record highs. Everybody's now concerned that we're in the midst of a bear market, which is true, by the way for a lot of the SNP stocks down twenty percent from their high. But I'll get a chance to talk about that. But I wanna start today with the piper Jaffray prognostication. Just over a month ago, the standard and Poor's five hundred. Was setting record highs. According to leave now more than seventy percent of the indexes components isn't a correction or worse. With some high profile names like Twitter, Caterpillar, Ford and AMD deep in bear market territory. So what are you going to do about it? I mean this. This is really amazing to me because people will come out and say, yes, we're the stocks could fall another ten percent. But they sure as h won't tell you when because they don't know. And so what if they do? Another ten percent. When when you're up four hundred percents since the bottom back in March of two thousand and nine what the heck's ten percent. And will we recover along? We'll take for us to recover from another ten percent fall six months a year. I don't know. I do know this that obsessing about recessions, and so forth is not a good thing. You can go a long time without a recession. But art Cashin very highly respected person on Wall Street says that every decade since eighteen fifty we've had one. And since the great recession ended in two thousand nine. Obviously means we haven't had one this decade. But in reality. You can go a lot of years without having a recession. Australia hasn't had one since one thousand nine hundred ninety one according to Ben Carlson. Who's a researcher? And does this kind of research? Could we not? The entering into a period of time where we're not gonna have a recession. I find it highly unlikely to be honest with you in the near term. I don't know anything about the long-term. But I look at the economic numbers right now. An absent some squirrelly stuff with trades and so forth. That you have to hope that the president figures out a way to worm his way out of the pickle. He's gotten him with China now with Russia nuclear treaty and all that stuff. But but so far this dude is figured out. How to do that stuff? He's got the strangest way to negotiate, but it's it's pretty darn effective. So assuming he does and a lot of these companies that are freaking out like, Caterpillar and so forth. Because of tariffs with China at cetera et cetera. That too shall pass. No one ever said making money in the stock market was easy. No one ever said that it was easy. And it's not. But over a long time period you look at the charts. I mean, I'm not charter, it's okay. I hate looking at charts. I think it's a waste of time to look at charts unless you're looking at one like the past thirty or forty years and just put your finger at where it started thirty or forty years ago and put your finger where the other finger from the other hand, I should say where it is today. And you will see a nice line that goes from the bottom left to the top, right? That's what the stock market has done, historically. In between times. There have been some pretty wicked selloffs. I mean, pretty darn wicked selloffs we've had some pretty wicked ones over the last several years as a matter of fact. Since the market bottomed in early two thousand and nine. There have been corrections of minus sixteen percent minus nineteen point four percent. Minus twelve point four percent minus thirteen point three percent. And mine is ten point two percent. That's in the standard and Poor's five hundred and I can assure you every single time. The pundits came out of the woodwork said. Yep. It's over now. Harry dent probably said, Yep. This is the precursor to Dau three thousand. Which he has actually said in the past that the Dow was going to crash the three thousand and instead of crashing to three thousand it's stored the twenty five thousand. I mean. He's a smart guy. No question about it. He's from Harvard, and he's not the only one by the way. I saw Ron Paul the other day on some TV commercial, and he's expecting a whole world to go to heck and a Handbasket and many many many others. But let me repeat since two thousand nine we've seen the market, correct? By sixteen percent. Nineteen percent. Twelve percent thirteen percent and ten percent. So when I read about piper Jaffray prognostication that we're gonna fall another ten. Oh cares. Who cares? If you were smart enough to get out, and then doubly smart to know when to get back in then perhaps you would care, but I don't. All right, shifting gears to the market as I said, Jeremy Grantham produces his seven-year asset class real return forecasts and as of September thirty two thousand eighteen. Here's what he had to say. Now when I say real return that means after inflation. After inflation. US large-cap stocks after inflation. Minus five point two percent per year. For the next seven years. That doesn't look good. Now, I have to also tell you that Mr. Grantham has also been wrong small-cap, stocks, minus two. High quality stocks minus five. Large companies international minus point five small international companies, minus point four emerging markets. Plus three point two percent. So after inflation. Three point two percent. Which means a nominal return about five and a half percent. That's the best. You can do. According to grant them bonds. Don't look any better. US bonds flat for the next seven years. International bonds down minus one point eight emerging market bonds up two point two percent. Cash up one percent. So check this out the emerging markets have how do I say this? Really been sucking fair and wind lately. He had according to Grantham. That's where you should put your money. I'm not suggesting that you do. I am suggesting that your ten to fifteen percent or whatever you've allocated to the emerging markets stock and bond markets, you hang onto even though the emerging market stocks have been. But I'm also suggesting these stay the course with your plan when we come back. We'll talk more about the market where it's been and where it is year to date where it might be going and some ways to build wealth outside of the stock market. Jeremy Grantham is correct around. 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But emerging markets are the only ones. That actually are above water three point two percent. And on the bond side. It looks equally as dismal. International bonds down minus one point eight percent. Emerging market debt up two point two percent. So it's just not looking all that hot. I'm gonna talk about some alternatives here in just a moment. But I thought that I would refresh everyone's memory on where we are year to date. In terms of the market performance. And this could change. Any moment because Marcus have been pretty volatile lately, haven't they? The Dow's up three point seven two percent. The NASDAQ is up seven point seven four percent. The Russell small cap index is flat point three eight percent. And the standard and Poor's five hundred is up four point zero nine percent. Now, if you've got an adviser, and they're charging fees. You're going to have to subtract that that's just from the index itself. Now bonds have been in the tank this year. And I wanna talk about this a little bit later, hopefully an opportunity to do that. But core US bonds are down minus two point four one percent. Long core bonds minus six point four four percent year to date. People buy bonds because they're supposed to be safe. But in a rising interest rate environment and can be nasty corporate bonds. Minus three point three two percent long corporate bonds. Minus six point five five percent. Government bonds, the safest of all. Minus two point two one percent. Intermediate minus one point five eight percent. Long minus six point three five percent. Make alone that the government this year. A long term loan twenty thirty years. You lost six percent mortgage. Bonds minus one point seven seven tips treasury inflation protected securities, minus two point six percent. Knowing that really looks okay and the bond world high yields are up one point six percent. And T-Bills cash basically one point four one percent. So where do you go to build wealth in a market like this? Well, number one is you do not. Bail on your stock market portfolio. But as I have mentioned for years and years and years looking at alternatives to the stock market can make some sense. And alternatives to the bond market as well. Alternatives to the bond market. Could be other forms of debt private debt and so forth. And you gotta look hard for this stuff. You need a very very good financial adviser. You don't have to look quite as hard in the insurance world because insurance companies compete favorably with bonds with certain annuities. We talked yesterday about multi-year, guaranteed annuity contracts. They compete with CDs virtually no risk if you hold until the end and you'll get a better rate of return from most companies, then you'll get from treasuries. Fixed annuities index to new itys variable annuities with guaranteed minimum withdrawal benefits, locking in some kind of a guaranteed income stream in the event the whole world collapses. Those are great ways for you to diversify away from the stock market, but still have the benefits of the stock market. If things do well if they don't do. Well, you're still okay because you locked in a guaranteed income stream for the rest of your life, which will probably translate into a bond like asset, and depending on how long you live. It could be a dog on good bond. But more importantly, it gives you the ability to wait out the storm in the stock market. So what are some of these fresh alternatives to the stock market? Well, we've talked about rental properties and vacation homes. A lot on this show. And there was a company now I forget their name. It'll come to me that evaluated. A lot of these different strategies in terms of how much orders yield street. How much it costs and how hard is it to do? So rental properties, the drop in home ownership rates is obviously led to a rental, boom. But you've got to be very very careful here because some markets you could lose your shorts in. So here's what they said about rental property and vacation homes. The setup is hard. It is got to do your homework time commitment is high. Money required, medium, twenty to one hundred thousand bucks, and the research is on you. Then they went to commercial property. You got to put a lot of money into this money required. Two hundred and fifty thousand time commitment medium setup again hard. Franchises like a subway or Dunkin donuts and all that you can earn ten percent. But it's very very difficult to make that work for you, unless you're the person behind the counter, and even then you're not going to get rich. Now, if you own twenty six Dunkin donuts or Jack in the boxes, you can make a fortune if they all work, but they're not all going to work perfectly. But your time commitment is high. The setup is hard the money required. Big fifty grand for the little Mickey Mouse franchises. And even Dan if you hired a manager you still got to watch over them. If you put fifty grand down, and he made ten percent five thousand bucks a year. I don't know if it's worth the risk. There's peer to peer lending this actually pretty easy to do. Go online, and you can get pretty decent rates of return. Anyway. Some alternatives at least to the stock market. I wouldn't get too crazy here big allocating some of your money to alternatives wise move. My preference is to find a fund that does these types of alternatives for you be willing to pay a fee, and let them do all the hard work. So you can sit back and go to Dunkin donuts. Have a Cup of coffee in about eighteen hundred calories. We'll be back. 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You just have to understand them and understand the role that they play in your portfolio. I mean in an ideal world. You'd figure out how much money you want to spend from your portfolio each year and ladder out some reasonably safe bonds and every year when the bond matures. You'd have the money go spend it and everything's cool. But as we discussed the other day. Most small investors get hosed when they do that. Because of the bid ask spreads and so forth. And you never really know what you're getting until you got it. So hence the bond fund over the years has come to fruition. And for the most part, they're pretty efficient way to buy bonds. In particular, if you're reinvesting all of the dividends, and you have them there for some form of safety. It's not what I would recommend you do with one hundred percent of your fixed income portfolio. But the question I get more than any other one on bonds is why do bond funds lose money. When interest rates are going up. I'm buying them for safety of principle. Well, we haven't had the deal with that much over the past decade or so because interest rates really past thirty years or so because interest rates had been on the decline. So bonds didn't really lose. But so far this year. They're hitting the skids, pretty hard. Pretty hard. Two six percent, depending on what you own. So as I've mentioned many times before there's an inverse relationship between interest rates and bond prices. So as interest rates, go up the value goes down. Let me give you an obtuse example to make the point. Let's say you went to the Bank. And the Bank was paying five percent interest on a CD. So the bond that you went out and searched for at least earn the same five percent or the person go to the Bank. So let's say you decide to put a grand thousand bucks in a bond that pays five percent. So now, you're getting the same interest from the bond as you're getting in the Bank. Now, what would happen to your bond? If the Bank happened to raise interest rates from five percent to say ten percent. You already bought the bond. So you're sitting there earning five percent. But you know, you can walk across the street and get ten percent. In a CD. So if you wanted to sell the bond. Paid five percent you'd have to reduce your price. Because anybody that would buy that bond from you would obviously prefer to go to the Bank and get ten percent rather than paying you par value for the bond and earn five. So the bond that you originally bought for a thousand dollars that pays you fifty bucks a year in interest. Would have to be reduced in price to five hundred dollars. Because a ten percent interest rate on five hundred bucks produces a fifty dollar per year interest payment. So therefore, you would have to reduce the value of your bond by fifty percent. That's what happens in the bond market. Now interest rate Dongo from five to ten percent. But I think you get the point. Now the Federal Reserve. Held interest rates at near zero for almost eight years. So we have not experienced this kind of dilemma with bonds and bond funds in the recent past and with interest rates rising bonds tend to look more attractive from a yield standpoint. But if they continue to rise, the total return may not be nearly as attractive. We've talked about alternatives. Many many times before. One alternative is to hire a bond manager that can go anywhere. Remember, I said before that high yields we're actually up so far this year not much but nonetheless up long bonds were down substantially. And most financial planners. Not me. Recommend allocating forty percent bonds. I didn't do it. When I was practicing and interest rates are on the decline and bonds were great performers. Because I always knew that at some point interest rates would change and people wouldn't understand why the safety portion of their portfolio was losing money. That is not to say, I wouldn't have some money allocated demands are just wouldn't do almost fifty percent of the portfolio. Especially when I can find alternatives like fixed annuities and fixed indexed annuities that produce returns that are very similar if not better. Especially when the stock market's doing well, but I wouldn't abandon them. But some people think well, wait a minute. Maybe my bond fund manager is asleep at the switch here. So maybe they are. But the problem with some bond fund managers is. What they're hired to do is by let's say government bonds. It's the government bond fund. So they can't switch to high yield. Because that's not doesn't have the same risk profile. So many times even if the manager frankly wants to go to cash or do something else. They don't want to let let the cat out of the bag here. They're in the business of managing money Abban managers in the business of managing money. Just like a stock managers in the business of managing money. And they don't want to not buy government bonds if their strategy is to buy government bonds, even when they perhaps think the buying government bonds not so hot. So rather than by a single purpose bond fund. You can buy a bond fund where you trust that the money manager will try to go to the right place to find the right bonds. I'm not suggesting they'll do better or worse. I'm just suggesting that they have more flexibility. I mentioned other alternatives fixed index the newest he's why are interest rates going up interest rates are going up because there's a fear of inflation not necessarily inflation. But a fear of inflation. And the unemployment rate is going down and wages are going up. And that bodes well for stocks. It does bode well for stocks. So if you have interest in a quote bond like an annuity, and the interest was calculated based on how well the standard and Poor's five hundred or some other stock index did. And there was no possibility of a loss. Why wouldn't you take some of the bond portfolio and put it there? I don't know it makes sense to me. Hi, did it to the tune of millions and millions of dollars for clients back in the day. And they never got angry because they never lost money. Now, they didn't make much either. There are making fourteen percent. When interest rates went down two hundred basis points on their bond fund, but they didn't lose six percent on a long year long bond year to date, and if you looked at the performance over a five six seven years, and in fact, there's academic studies on all this stuff. You'd find that their performance has been very competitive with bonds, and in some instances even competitive with stocks, although I would never ever buy. It has a stock market alternative. But if you want something that's safe, then has an underlying guarantees. You can also slip in one of those guaranteed income benefits. If you prefer that. And they're priced earn three to five percents. 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It didn't get to everything. I wanted to get to today, but I do get to a couple of emails here. We'll start with Allen. Alan. Says right loved the show. I'm self employed. It looks like I'll have about fifty K leftover this year. How can I say some taxes? I take eight K per month out as income, pardon me. Well, self-employed probably means you are unincorporated. I might be thinking about a corporation. Probably not for this year. All though depends on how much money you're gonna earn between now and the end of the year. Because what you may be able to do. Is incorporate? As of mid November or something like that. And then not take any income out of the company until after the first of the year that way any money that you would earn the balance of this year, the corporation would earn and not you wouldn't show up on your tax return until next year. And you'd be able to do something. That could shelter that money between now and then. So really? That that tactic. 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Adeline, Guam and Ron Paul discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Eighteen year old Aldy nouvelle Atalanta was rescued by a Panamanian ship and crew near Guam after a storm sent his Ron Paul a wooden fishing raft. Adrift without a motor or a paddle for forty nine days within a week Adeline said he ran out of food and survived on the fish that he caught and cooked using wood from the raft. He drank rainwater, and according to one report strain seawater through his clothes and drink that Atta link says he lit a lamp on his raft every time he saw a passing ship and that happened more than ten times. But no one responded to him until three weeks ago by that time his raft drifted about twelve hundred miles from the original location in Indonesia to Guam. That's about the same distance is going from New York to Miami. The Panamanian vessel and crew responded to his emergency signal and rescued him Adeline was able to swim to safety and the crew hauled him on. The ship where they offered him water a blanket and some bread he is back home tonight with his family, but there are questions about his employer. This is the third time adelines fishing vessel went adrift the third time. Can you believe it so Jeff he actually had a radio that his employer gave him? That's how he put out the call for help. By the way, apparently told his brothers and sisters. I'm not working on that raft anymore. And
Matt Harvey throws four scoreless in Cincinnati Reds debut
"The espn app i am jim baskerville matt harvey made his reds debut on friday throwing four scoreless in fifty five pitches while yielding just one a hit to the dodgers lowering his era almost a full run to shade over six heading into friday's match up with harvey's former team the mets so do harare had reached base in thirty nine straight games the longest streak for phillies player since bobby abreu's forty eight game ron in the two thousand season he extended that streak to forty with a long ball off stephen mats and that lead held up until the ninth hi two run homer off the cider jim front of the second the mets need that reading a score of two to one and they would at three two one two run home run in the ninth off phillies closer closer hector nara singh gave the mets that three two one win jake arrieta gave up five hits over seven hundred third scoreless they held at one to nothing lead until narrates entered into the ninth conforto followed by devon missouri co the next pitch go back toback we mentioned harvey didn't factor in the decision in that reds dodgers game but the big bat belong to scooter patty swings any sensor drive down the right field line that ball is gonna be outta here ron paul ryan into the lower deck down the right field live by scooter janette you talk about a smoking whitehot bat wwl w seven hundred ginette four hits including that long ball knocked in three cincinnati won their third straight six two over l a fly right field cooking for the foul and all these as extends his hitting streak to eight games with his twelfth home run patty ties this game and one apiece those braves youngsters headlined by that guy is he albee's moved into a tie for the nfl and home runs collecting his twelve thousand a year atlanta was looking to win their ninth straight on the road not to be jt rail muto had three hits including his fifth long ball miami broke a four game skid doubling the brave six three starling castro a second home run drove in a pair for the winners on the same day the cubs passed out his bobbleheads wilson contraire as did this in the.