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Donald Trump signs defense bill that creates Space Force, expands parental leave

Leo Laporte

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Trump signs defense bill that creates Space Force, expands parental leave

"President trump has signed a defense authorization act before flying south for the holiday the seven hundred thirty eight billion dollar bill grants federal place paid parental leave and authorizes a new branch of the military called space force growth space is the world's newest warfighting domain amid grave threats to our national security American superiority in space is absolutely vital trump says this bill is the largest investment ever in the U. S. military the Air Force was the last French created seventy years ago trouble spent two weeks in Florida for the

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Space Force will start small but let Trump claim a big win

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Space Force will start small but let Trump claim a big win

"President trump addressing troops at joint base Andrews on his way to Florida for the holiday signs is seven hundred thirty eight billion dollar defense spending package it includes the formation of a new branch of the military the first time that's happened in more than seventy years you will witness the birth of the space force he called space the new war fighting domain amid grave threats to our national security American superiority in space is absolutely vital the president also promised troops a pay raise and better equipment we're supporting you the heroes who defend our family secure our nation and protect our freedom Jackie Quinn Washington

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Senate sends spending package to Trump to avert government shutdown

The Michael Medved Show

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Senate sends spending package to Trump to avert government shutdown

"Package the Senate approved a one point four trillion dollars government spending package Thursday sending the legislation to president Donald Trump the White House said trump will sign the legislation before Friday's midnight deadline and thus avert a government shutdown the bi partisan package that received approval in the house earlier in the week includes funding for the president's border wall project twenty seven billion dollars in domestic spending increases sought by Democrats and a record seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the Pentagon it also includes an increase in the nation wide legal age to buy tobacco products from eighteen to

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Big spending bill wins Senate OK, has victories all around

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Big spending bill wins Senate OK, has victories all around

"The Senate approved a one point four trillion dollars government spending package Thursday sending the legislation to president Donald Trump the White House said trump will sign the legislation before Friday's midnight deadline and thus avert a government shutdown the bi partisan package that received approval in the house earlier in the week includes funding for the president's border wall project twenty seven billion dollars in domestic spending increases sought by Democrats and a record seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the Pentagon it also includes an increase in the nation wide legal age to buy tobacco products from eighteen to twenty one Mike Rossio Washington

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U.S. House approves Space Force, family leave in $738 billion defense bill

Clark Howard

00:10 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. House approves Space Force, family leave in $738 billion defense bill

"US house passed the seven hundred thirty eight billion dollar defense bill that will provide the first paid family leave for all federal workers in the creation of a space force as the country's six armed

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To get free metro bus and train rides to the airport asylum seekers across the border through Arizona or bus to Texas where they are going to be sent to Mexico to await US immigration court hearings you authority said the migration protection protocols is now fully operational across the border amid strong criticism that exposes asylum seekers the violence in Mexico in the dies due process Doubtfire has filed a lawsuit against in and out burger cal fire says the burger joint is to blame for starting a fire in a royal Grande back in twenty seventeen cal fire says a tractor because the fire on property owned and maintained by the restaurant chain how far once in and out to pay more than a million dollars to cover the costs the main art house theater chain in southern California is no longer for sale lately theaters had been for sale since the summer lend lease president says box office has been down as much as thirty percent in the first half of the year lately has sold tool of its locations in Beverly hills both are on Wilshire Boulevard but it still has seven other theaters and so so cal a young man is getting some props for returning a lost wallet in the phone to their older in Rancho Cucamonga he was seen on surveillance video dropping it off about one in the morning and Gloria into because south along phone belong to her son eBay eBay tells NBC for and he got a call from his mom was what he thought I was in trouble you had left all the cash and credit cards inside the wallet eBay's mom wrote a thank you note on a neighborhood crime watch website people how they do this says he hopes to the good Samaritan we'll hear about her public thing so she can thank him privately and give him a reward for being so honest and kind the chairman from both the Senate house appropriations committees of reached a deal they say on twenty twenty fiscal spending levels that agreement paves the way for Congress to pass twelve spending bills before the December twentieth deadline without those spending bills the government would run out of cash and shut down the day before Christmas in terms of dollars the budget would cap defense spending at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars and non defense spending at six hundred thirty two billion a mother in Ohio is written a book to save other boys and girls from her son's fate to memorize his mother's Samaria has written a six page booklet with the ACLU to show children and teenagers how to interact with police the question on their way home from school or app officer show up at their homes twelve year old Tamir who was black was playing with a pellet gun outside a rec center in Cleveland five years ago when he was shot by a white officer who thought it was a real gun the officer was cleared of criminal wrongdoing two meters family reached a six million dollar settlement with the city in twenty sixteen Amy came KFI news crash.

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Free metro bus and train rides to the airport asylum seekers across the border through Arizona been bused to taxes where they're going to be sent to Mexico to await US immigration court hearings US authorities said the migration protection protocols is now fully operational across the border amid strong criticism that it exposes asylum seekers the violence in Mexico denies due process cal fire has filed a lawsuit against in and out burger cal fire says burger joint is to blame for starting a fire in Arroyo Grande back in twenty seventeen cal fire says that a tractor because the fire on property owned and maintained by the restaurant chain how far wanted it out to pay more than million dollars to cover the costs I mean art house theater chain in southern California is no longer for sale Laemmle theaters had been for sale since the summer time lose president says box office has been down as much as thirty percent in the first half of the year lately has sold two of its locations both on Wilshire in Beverly hills but still has seven theaters in southern California young man is getting some props for returning a lost wallet and phone to their owner in Rancho Cucamonga he was seen on surveillance video dropping it off at about one in the morning at Gloria in Ducas house a wallet and phone belong to her son eBay need tells NBC for when he got a call from his models in trouble good Samaritan had left all the cash and credit card inside the wallet it is mom wrote a thank you note on a neighborhood crime watch website people how they can do to says she hopes the good Sam will hear about her public things so she can thank him privately and give him a reward for being so honest and kind the chairman from both the Senate and the house appropriations committees of reached a deal on twenty twenty fiscal spending levels the agreement paves the way now for Congress the past while spending bills before the December twentieth deadline without those spending bills the government would run out of cash and shut down right before Christmas terms of dollars a budget we cap defense spending at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars and non defense spending at six hundred thirty two billion dollars a mother in Ohio has written a book to save other boys and girls from her son's fate to memorize his mother's Samaria has written a six page booklet with the ACLU to show children and teenagers how to interact with police the question on their way home from school or app officer show up at their homes twelve year old Tamir who was black was playing with a pellet gun outside a rec center in Cleveland five years ago when he was shot by a white officer who thought it was a real gun the officer was cleared of criminal wrongdoing two meters family reached a six million dollar settlement with the city in twenty sixteen Amy Kane KFI news gonna crash.

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Five to eighty two Flaherty said the wounds have been devastating and major in total more than fifty people were injured in the two shootings Kentucky's congressional delegation is reacting to the mass shootings following the mass shooting in el Paso Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted that his prayers go out to the victims their families and friends and the first responders the next morning but Connell said he was sickened to learn about another mass shooting in Dayton he tweeted we stand with law enforcement as they continue working to keep Americans safe and bring justice democratic congressman John Yarmouth tweeted the first responsibility of government is to protect its citizens he says the Congress just authorize seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the defense department but has taken no action to prevent gun violence Yarmouth also said the house has acted and would do more but president trump and Mitch McConnell or a wall Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS senator Richard Blumenthal calling out the Senate Majority Leader today senator McConnell league or get out of the way call back okay senator McConnell recuperating after tripping and fracturing his shoulder at his home in the wool over the weekend a tough day on Wall Street the Dow sinking almost eight hundred points today beacon economics founder Christopher Thornburgh says the fundamentals of the economy are still fine despite despite what he calls an overreaction to stock price drops don't let the success of all ability to get you to do dumb things president trump announced last week the US would impose a ten percent tariff on three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports China has now allowed its currency to fall to its lowest level against the dollar in more than a decade local city football club has unveiled the name for its new sixty five million dollar stadium and put your town the club today announced the state of the art venue will be named Lynn family stadium named after dark mark Dr mark Linn and his family FC president breast is making the announcement this afternoon Kolin family stance for everything that we stand for family values community and and winning to so we're really proud to bring them on the stadium is expected to be completed in spring twenty twenty the Belfast ship yard that built the Titanic more than a century ago is in danger of closing the company that owns the ship yard is expected to file for insolvency on Tuesday in Belfast the Titanic was built at the shipyard between nineteen oh nine and nineteen eleven the company was one of Britain's key industrial producers during World War two building about a hundred and fifty ships where the work place once boasted thirty thousand workers it now employs only about one hundred and twenty five but workers say they'll continue their fight to keep the historic Belfast shipyard open but Michigan CBS news your next news update is at six thirty I'm Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty WHAS Kentucky and is breaking news weather and traffic station.

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Driven by a hatred of immigrants and who wrote about it online manifest so pretty much of validated that there is Hayden ten but he did a motive in Dayton still unclear about high school classmates of gunmen Connor bent say he was suspended junior year after administrators on the hit list of those he said he wanted to kill this is Erin could her ski the two weekend mass shootings reinforced an F. B. I. concern that conspiracy theories amplified by social media are giving disturbed individuals license to commit violence the el Paso shooter told authorities he want to shoot as many Mexicans as possible in Dayton police said there was no apparent bias motive but the F. B. I.'s most concerned about attacks by lone untethered offenders in a country riven by political discord I'm sherry Preston ABC news Kentucky's congressional delegation reacting to the mass shootings following the mass shooting in el Paso Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted that his prayers go out to the victims their families and friends and the first responders the next morning but Connell said he was sickened to learn about another mass shooting in Dayton he tweeted we stand with law enforcement as they continue working to keep Americans safe and bring justice democratic congressman John Yarmouth tweeted the first responsibility of government is to protect its citizens he says the Congress just authorize seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the defense department but has taken no action to prevent gun violence Yarmouth also said the house has acted and would do more but president trump and Mitch McConnell or a wall Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS in other news involving Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader recovering after an injury a spokesperson for the senator saying that he fractured his shoulder after he tripped and fell at his local pet DO McConnell was treated release from hospital on Sunday and a spokesman says that the senator will work from home while recovering it's seven oh three eight news radio eight forty WHAS a local man arrested after allegedly sexually abusing a kid policing forty one year old Kenneth Matt this made unwanted sexual contact with a twelve year old boy on three occasions between September of twenty eighteen and July of this year police saying Matt this remove the victims pants and underwear rubbing the genital area police say Matt this paid the victim Mani to allow the touching Matt this altar poorly showed the victim a photo and video of a naked child approximately the victim's age after that incident the victim said he wanted the behavior to stop and it did for a period of time however Matt this visit the victim's home and said he missed their previous encounters the parents of the victim were informed about the incidents police picked up Matt this on Saturday he's facing first degree sexual abuse and distribution of obscene material to a minor president trump will address the nation this morning at ten o'clock on the weekend shooting show here that address here on news radio eight forty WHAS in about thirty minutes mayor Greg Fischer joins the show to react to the shootings as well your next news update coming at seven thirty I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky.

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"War and peace report I'm Amy Goodman the Senate has sent president trump a two year budget that would increase both domestic and military spending by raising the debt ceiling and rolling back spending caps trump's promised to sign the deal which would increase government spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars over the next two years with the Pentagon set to receive a staggering seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for the coming fiscal year according to the national priorities project the US spends more on its military then one hundred forty four other countries combined the trump administration has formally ending US participation in the landmark intermediate range nuclear forces treaty in a statement responding to the U. S. withdrawal Russia's foreign ministry called the I. N. F. treaty formally dead president Ronald Reagan and former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev signed the treaty in nineteen eighty seven to ban all nuclear and non nuclear missiles with short and medium ranges president trump's withdrawal from the deal has sparked fears of a new nuclear arms race president trump Thursday ratcheted up the U. S. trade war with China saying hello impose a further ten percent tariff next month and three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods including clothing and iPhones the US has already slapped a twenty five percent levy levy on two hundred fifty billion dollars of Chinese goods prompting reciprocal tariffs on U. S. products a conocer for few to trump's claims trying to well bear the economic brunt of increased tariffs saying U. S. consumers will in fact suffer the most Porter Rican legislators have delayed a vote to confirm outgoing governor Carter rushing I was possible successor Rossio his promise to step down at five PM today was forced to resign last week commits massive protests and cross border Rico calling for his ouster Rossio has nominated attorney Pedro peer Lucy who as secretary of state which would make him next in line to replace Rossio but during a special session Thursday Porter Rican legislators decided to postpone debate on Pierre Louis sees confirmation until next week Pierre Louis sees law firm represents from NASA the unelected federally appointed control board with sweeping powers to run Porter Rico's economy many lawmakers oppose this nomination citing a conflict of interest if a new secretary of state is not confirmed before us say leaves office the next in line because justice secretary Wanda Vasquez who is appointed by Rossio would likely take office in recent days there have been protests demanding Vasquez's resignation she announced via Twitter she would not step down and would assume the responsibility imposed by the constitution and the law to replace Ross seo a warning to listeners and viewers this story contains disturbing footage and Texas newly revealed police body cam video shows Dallas police officers laughing and joking as an unarmed man having a mental health crisis lay dying in their custody the incident occurred in August two thousand sixteen after thirty two year old Dallas resident Tony temple called nine one one for help reporting here taken drugs in which office medication for schizophrenia the video shows the officers pending temper face first into the ground for fourteen minutes as he pleaded to be released after temple became unresponsive the officer stood over his unmoving body mocking him as though he had fallen asleep.

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I think this double down the business of operating the government not only for this year or next year both in terms of how you're going to spend and within a unnecessary drama related to the debt ceiling Pat from Florida hello hello hi you're on hello Pat you're on you're gonna have to stop paying attention to your television sorry I'm a senior my husband's a senior we both worked since which children sentences soon as we could get a job I remember back when Jimmy Carter they were coming over from Cuba in boat loads and he was talking about putting them on on social security and and doing it in a social security disability well we're having the same problem now with the border Pete we having I feel sorry for anyone that needs help but there's only so much help you can give people you can only take so many people to your dinner table before you start running out of food for yourself and your children and I think that's what's going to happen now in our country so the idea that the Republican Party is a one of fiscal responsibility what do you think of that I I I think they're they're trying to do the right thing for for us and for the taxpayers and I think that the the did Democrats are just playing games they're playing games with the vote that playing games with the people what do you mean by playing games particularly when it comes only when it comes to fiscal matters nice clothes off the border by not helping us get our policies together to where we the people can come into this country illegally and and we didn't Vegeta mint ends and see who's in our countries have okay okay that's Pat there enough Florida a couple of tweaks in response to the passage of the budget deal not any words will represent a mark Walker did put means of or at least that is a gift for Jeff however you pronounce it all the fire so that's his response to the budget deal Mike Gallagher off of Twitter saying I think the only way to justify voting for this budget and suspending the debt ceiling as the pair with big reforms like a special commission to look at our overall spending situation if we do it right I think you can work I share my thoughts he goes on to say you can find more the Twitter feed and then David Perdue in a compromise neither side gets a hundred percent of what they want the bottom is is that with fifteen working days until the end of the fiscal year on September thirtieth Congress can't afford to waste anymore time I just as some of the tweets in response to that deal that was passed yesterday in the house again you can make comments to the larger issue of the Republican Party if you think it's one of fiscal responsibility from new castle Pennsylvania this is aqui hello let you know about the names anyway I think the lead Chris with your you Pennsylvania representing members and that was on there the of the well known of these are the different areas it's for somebody I think you had good comments about the about the budget what is it it is close intact okay the one thing that did say about they're cutting donations and things like that wrong I think that the tax we are Chris was charging like what was thirty thirty one thirty five percent hello definitely need to be kept on the twenty one St so some will affect her the by getting the Democrats against this horrible dreams it's the this immigration doing research about the wall for one song book back to back to the fiscal responsibility in the Republican Party do you think it exist it does exist and somewhat I I like this president I mean so if you think this house so eight two kids in the military so I I don't I I understand the money being spent the money and military a big bothers really let things go to go to pot my kids both please the new claims the airforce getting on your show okay not talking in new castle Pennsylvania in matters of budget and spending matters this morning Reuters reporting that the government will pay American farmers hurt by the trade war with China between fifteen and a hundred fifty dollars per acre and any package totaling sixteen billion dollars according to officials on Thursday with farmers in the south point to see higher rates than those in the Midwest from Manhattan Beach this is Charlie go ahead your next up all okay good morning I did would just like to say that the GOP is definitely not I party of fiscal responsibility we lost that Monica along time ago and and it's unfortunate that it seems that if we put seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars into the military that makes sense Republicans I don't think so I think that we're wasting a lot of money and we're we're spending a lot of money and not spending it wisely and just hiding behind the military industrial complex is the is not making us Charlie I'll I'll ask you straight up only for the dive ask others are you Republican yes and so when you said that the Republican Party lost that moniker a long time ago starting when starting when probably probably at the end of the first bush years meaning how well it ain't that the budget just keeps going up and up and up there's no fight against increase spending there just seems to be no fight none I don't pretend to know all that's going on in Washington but very rarely do I hear anything about fighting itself a lot of compromise to keep increasing right so that the the we we Republicans are in there fighting for things that we maybe don't need and compromising with Democrat to also want things we don't need so we both end up spending a lot of money on things that are not entirely necessary there's just no restraint no article restraint sold since you make comments about the military you think that's increase spending we don't need absolutely not we do not need that much money for for defense it needs to be spent more wisely I believe I know we're we're building planes that don't fly we're we're building ships that are sitting in in dry dock it's just it doesn't make sense okay that's Charlie from Manhattan Beach the U. S. at U. S. news dot com website has a look at spending issues particularly in light of the passage of the bill Hey big Spender is the title saying that beginning next year the federal government will spend more on in interest than the nation's children there according to reports starting in twenty twenty five the government will spend more on interest the national defense that your interest will be the third largest budget item quote as the debt piles on in compound you're going to see a massive increase in interest costs the interest costs are really what becomes more visible over time that's Michael Peterson of the Peterson foundation I believe the risk for serious he notes not only will the government have less to spend on domestic programs and national events but to also become more reliant on foreign governments some of them not so friendly to the United States to lend money to the United States by buying treasury bills the outcome will be we are vulnerable we are weaker and we are dependent on foreign countries to lend us money that's my again as president of the committee for a responsible federal budget going on to say many are countries we are not politically aligned with this is a great countries fall you can see up online at U. S. news dot com Brian in Michigan hello April no we're not no we're not representing ourselves properly when I was in high school we are four hundred and fifty billion dollars and dad and now local were aunts and six and we wanted to go back in the seventies I want to get a handle on it and some centers said well a little bit it dance good so here we are now is a lot of things have been talked about already but now we have to recognize that we are supposed to be capitalist mac globalist that's what we need to teach and of course when we talk about the military bay drive wide experience in the military we are far too spread we cannot solve all the world's problems there's a lot of things that we could do much better and whether anyone wants figured or not and a lot of us been saying that you have to secure that border we do not need that dad Mexico and South America have to fix their own problems with some limited help from us but it not should not be in the form of money so we got a lot of problems we're in a capitalist we're globalists now that's the reason why people like Paul running in and many others of our have left government because they are globalist if your globalist you're not a capitalist if you're a bush or Obama or Clinton your globalist war capitalists we need to take care of our own gaps in their own money we can do a much better job at it okay that's Brian and Michigan let's hear from Victor in Dayton Ohio go ahead what's your name again go up twenty two trillion dollars it's it's I'm twenty nine years old I'm a pretty young I've been working since all sixteen years old this is just getting out of hand and I I don't spill when I felt like trump was elected a fellow are you going to get a handle this this is not a good deal at all I still like the Democrats throw us a bone with the military spending and we like that and it's great hello I appreciate the military and we do need to have a strong military a strong force in the world so far country but this you know it was too much of a wall will give you the military budget then we have the Democrats will take all those whose lives images it's too much we need to give up a little bit and even even if it's just one percent every year it's it's something this is this is just out of hand okay Elliott from New York you are next up hello hello your wrong go ahead hi Elliott from New York I ran for Congress is twelve district New York November past November you're you're on as far as physically responsibility is fiscal responsibility is concerned do you think the Republican Party has it so I think the Republican Party and the Democratic Party and I think our country is morally bankrupt we have no idea of the waste the corruption the consumption is very simple three words waste consumption corruption the whole thing needs to be re balance you need to balance the country you need to balance the income nationalists in itself is not ad words nor socialists but there's no reason for a country like this to have people laying all over the streets in San Francisco New York East West no it's not acceptable and if you ask the billion is to help they will guide this opposition to each other this call will be okay your back on go ahead and finish your thought two bodies a bankrupt okay I need a new party that selling it in New York City Brian read all in the pages of National Review online you can read this as well talking about the budget deal and this is the headline just to show it to you you budget deal puts final nail in the tea party cough and saying this the party burst into Washington pledging spending restraint balanced budgets and accountable government even the possibility of defaulting on the national debt was an acceptable price of reform roughly a decade later budget deficits are again reaching a trillion dollar spending is soaring obamacare remains on the books and Republicans are raising the debt limit and if it's a rating of their lead accomplishment the budget control act with Republicans like these who needs Democrats again more of that online at National Review the headline you budget deal puts the nail in the tea party Kaufman on this Republicans only question do a lot in California high hello Iran go ahead oh my gosh I didn't expect to be I'm I'm eighty seven years old hi born in this country I am so disgusted with the government yeah which Republican for years I will never vote Republican again are you what are your Republican currently yes I'm a Republican currently but I'm not going to vote Republican ever again because why Dan this country and the Republicans who backed him even though he knows they you know that she couldn't fired with Russia to windows it's not gonna before we go too far because you said Republican I'll take your use a word when it comes to fiscal responsibility what has to change with the party one has to change when it comes to fiscal matters well first of all got to take better care the people that are poor in this country they've got to give them some opportunities they've got to provide enough word six days ago now okay we'll hear from Roberta in San Diego California high well I think it's kind of interesting to listen to that woman who says he was a Republican considering she's living in a state that does everything they can to harm this country from the allowing so many illegals come through in San Diego to the beginning of crystal methamphetamine to the problem that started in California so fiscal responsibility is our topic what do you think of the Republican Party on those matters these days availity is another issue we have which states in this country that are being fiscally responsible California once again free health care the whole Democrat party wants to give free everything we look at.

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on KNSS

"Hey welcome is is the venture parish a little bit later on in the hour we'll get to the continuing fallout from Robert Miller stunning testimony we have some ratings they're in are not great for Democrats not great in the slightest but right now the big story is that house Republicans are balking as the budget vote looms so as we've been talking about for the past several days there's a budget proposal on the table it sucks it's really about your proposal blows out the spending basically the only justification by Republicans is we need to sign on to much mucho spending we need to do all that so we can get more defense spending Hey listen I'm all in favor of more defense spending also you guys control the Senate and the presidency sort a certain point it would be great if you could sign a budget that doesn't shock that be awesome in fact just a few months ago you control the house and the Senate and the presidency and you still couldn't do a budget that in stock and that's not just the senators and members of the house as a president yeah that one's on president from because president trump has now twice going over the heads of the people in his own party in order to negotiate directly with Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer not notice he's the minority leader wouldn't that be the person you don't negotiate with but whatever almost a done deal apparently according to politico GOP leaders with some help from president trump are scrambling to round up Republican support for a two year two point seven trillion dollar budget deal as the house moves toward a vote on the package Thursday afternoon top Republicans believe only a fraction of their conference will support the legislation hammered out during weeks of negotiations between speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Stephen ocean GOP insiders estimate that as little as one third of the one hundred ninety seven member GOP conference will back the measure although the vote tallies still fluid I used to be something in the Republican caucus called Hastert rule now the Denny Hastert is disgraced it should probably be titled something else but it was called the Hastert rule Hastert rule is that Republicans would not move on any proposal that a majority of the caucus did not approve so in other words if you had two hundred Republicans at least a hundred one of them had to approve the proposal or the Republicans would not move on the actual proposal no longer now minority of Republicans enough to move the caucus on all of this but GOP leaders facing strong opposition from rank and file members over the package trump tweeted out his support for the legislation on Thursday morning house Republicans he tweeted should to put the two year budget agreement which greatly helps our military and I that I am totally with you but house minority whip Steve Scalise didn't sound particularly optimistic that trump's tweets would move many votes is that it helps we've heard from a lot of members who say they're voting no no matter what it may help with some of the members who are on the fence that's it I talk to folks are in the house and the Senate all the time the vacillation of president trump certainly do not help when it comes to them deciding how to vote because he may embrace a policy today and then here blowback and then under that the people who voted for the policy tomorrow but trump seems like he's coming up pretty loud and proud for this that makes sense politically at a political level this makes some sense why because on a political level it pushes the entire problem of the budget beyond the election and that's what trump is really worried about it Scully says I don't think it was ever realistic that a majority of the GOP conference would get behind a budget deal is a but we're working to build the numbers to help with web support schoolies convene a conference call on Thursday morning with trump and a number of GOP members still on the fence during the call from it a hard sell to Republicans he assured them that he remains a part of the deal and vowed to back them up if they walk the plank now the president got a bit of a credibility problem they're considering that there are multiple times where he is pulled out the rug from underneath Republicans yes I'm gonna negotiate yes nope no negotiations or alternatively I'm definitely not gonna go **** on the stand tall with me I guess I'll negotiate one member who didn't answer support for the agreement is a GOP conference chairwoman Liz Cheney which is sort of a shock she said I support the budget it's not a deal I would have done it's not a deal we would do if we were in the majority it shows you why elections metal that's not true it is a deal you did do when you're in the majority Donald Trump just signed a budget like this a year ago Republicans held a majority in the house is brought up for a vote the Republican study committee and house freedom caucus two major groups within the conference both are opposed to the measure which increases Pentagon in domestic spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars over the budget caps while also suspending the debt ceiling until at least July thirty first twenty twenty one so again the excuse your is going to be pushed beyond the election once were beyond the election then a lame duck president trump he'll bring in the horses and we'll get a better budget done except that when the last time a lame duck president did anything truly that wasn't just an executive action barackobama didn't do anything legislatively is last term George W. bush did not do anything legislatively and his last term trump is basically gonna have to hope I suppose it gets a majority in the house and a majority in retains the majority in the Senate and then you can Rampur legislation that he likes but for those of us who actually worry about you know blowing out the budget every single year for political reasons this is not good your impoverishing future generations and the bill will come do it today the governor of Porter Rico resigned and you resigned allegedly because he was under fire for these series of text messages that were ugly and vicious is also under fire because a couple members of his administration had been indicted for corruption in reality it's because being at the top of Porter Rico's government is pretty much unworkable it is clear bankruptcy in twenty seventeen that means that there's not a lot of room to move what are going to blow out the spending again we're gonna get the money for that you take austerity measures zero population is angry at you well that's what this is going because within the decade by the end of bye bye within one decade by the end of twenty twenty eight twenty twenty nine the vast majority of Americans massive social safety net will be bankrupt it will not be bringing in the kind of money necessary to pay for it and nobody is making provision for this Democrats don't want to because the demagoguing the issue Republicans don't want to because they're afraid of Democrats demagoguing the issue representative Mike Johnson who is the chairman of the Republican study conference he said for too long Congress has dodged its responsibility to provide fiscally sound solutions that will ensure the continued security and prosperity of our nation as the largest caucus of conservatives in Congress it is the Republican study committees duty to insist upon better stewardship and suppose you're responsible efforts to raise discretionary limits now again there is something that's a little bit false about this today I think the budget socks with that said the budgets socage is really not about the discretionary spending because that's not what's bankrupting the country if you removed the vast overages due to social security Medicare Medicaid we've been fiscally sound shape as it is we are our budget our national debt is about a hundred and six percent of our GDP which is a very ugly number and it's going the wrong direction hello she said we're gonna have majority for the bill we wanted to be bipartisan outside pressures also intensifying the chamber of commerce is urging house lawmakers to vote for the budget agreement warning that the organization will consider including votes on our legislation in our annual how they voted scorecard why well because a lot of big business wants to insure that the money keeps flowing even if that money is coming from nowhere right now everybody is worried about the stock market is more concerned about the stock market than they are about the future of the national debt progressives will probably rally around close according to politico the congressional progressive caucus released a statement in support of the deal progressive support began to trickle out on Wednesday as well represented for me which I Apollo who's head of an adjunct to the squad told politico she was leaning toward a yes vote under the deal defense programs it's yet three percent hike in fiscal twenty twenty topping off at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars domestic programs would increase of four percent over current levels to a total of six hundred and thirty two billion dollars which includes two point five billion dollars for the twenty twenty census Igraine includes only seventy seven billion dollars in assets which doesn't even come close to paying for what exactly we're talking about right now again one of the reasons that the trump administration I think is moving forward on this is because of worries about an economic slowdown we'll get to that in just a second first quick reminder folks next month we are taking our backstage show on the road for a special one night only event August twenty first the beautiful terrace theater in Long Beach California ideally what god can Jeremy boring and reclaimed Michael's we will all be there live we'll be talking politics pop culture will be answering your questions.

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"Hey welcome this is the venture parish a little bit later on in the hour we'll get to the continuing fallout from Robert Miller stunning testimony we have some ratings they're in are not great for Democrats not great in the slightest but right now the big story is that house Republicans are balking as the budget vote looms so as we've been talking about for the past several days there's a budget proposal on the table it sucks it's really budget proposal blows out the spending basically the only justification by Republicans is we need to sign on to much mucho spending we need to do all of that so we can get more defense spending Hey listen I'm all in favor of more defense spending also you guys control the Senate and the presidency said a certain point it would be great if you can sign a budget that doesn't stock Daddy awesome in fact just a few months ago you control the house and the Senate and the presidency and you still couldn't do a budget that in stock and that's not just the senators and members of the house as the president yeah that was on president trump because president trump has now twice going over the heads of the people in his own party in order to negotiate directly with Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer not notice he's the minority leader wouldn't that be the person you don't negotiate with but whatever almost a done deal apparently according to politico GOP leaders with some help from president trump my scrambling to round up Republican support for a two year two point seven trillion dollar budget deal as the house moves toward a vote on the package Thursday afternoon top Republicans believe only a fraction of their conference will support the legislation hammered out during weeks of negotiations between speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Stephen engine GOP insiders estimate that as little as one third of the one hundred ninety seven member GOP conference will back the measure although the vote tallies still fluid I used to be something in the Republican caucus called Hastert rule will now with any hazardous disgraced it should probably be titled something else but it was called the Hastert rule Hastert rule is that Republicans would not move on any proposal that a majority of the caucus did not approve so in other words if you had two hundred Republicans at least a hundred one of them had to approve the proposal or the Republicans would not move on the actual proposal no longer now minority of Republicans enough to move the caucus on all of this but GOP leaders facing strong opposition from rank and file members over the package trump tweeted out his support for the legislation on Thursday morning house Republicans he tweeted should support the two year budget agreement which greatly helps our military and that's that's I am totally with you but house minority whip Steve Scalise didn't sound particularly optimistic that trump's tweets would move many votes he said it helps but we've heard from a lot of members who say they're voting no no matter what it may help with some of the members are on the fence that's it I talk to folks are in the house and the Senate all the time the vacillation to president trump certainly do not help when it comes to them deciding how to vote because he may embrace a policy today and then here blowback and then under cut the people who voted for the policy tomorrow but trump seems like he's coming up pretty loud and proud virgin that makes sense politically at a political level this makes some sense why because on a political level it pushes the entire problem of the budget beyond the election and that's what trump is really worried about it Scully says I don't think it was ever realistic that a majority of the GOP conference would get behind a budget deal is about working to build the numbers to help with Bob support schoolies convene a conference call on Thursday morning with trump and a number of GOP members still on the fence during the call from it a hard sell to Republicans he assured them that he remains a part of the deal and vowed to back them up if they walk the plank now the president got a bit of a credibility problem they're considering that there are multiple times where he is pulled out the rug from underneath Republicans yes I'm gonna negotiate yes nope no negotiations or alternatively I'm definitely not going to go sit on the stand tall with me I guess only gonna shake one member who did announce your support for the agreement is a GOP conference chairwoman Liz Cheney which is sort of a shock she said I support the budget it's not a deal I would have done it's not a deal we would do if we were in the majority it shows you why elections metal that's not true it is a deal you did do when you're in the majority Donald Trump just sign a budget like this a year ago the Republicans held a majority in the house this brought up for a vote the Republican study committee and house freedom caucus two major groups within the conference both are opposed to the measure which increases Pentagon in domestic spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars over the budget caps while also suspending the debt ceiling until at least July thirty first twenty twenty one so again the excuse your is going to be pushed beyond the election once were beyond the election then a lame duck president trump he'll bring in the horses and we'll get a better budget done except that when the last time a lame duck president did anything truly that wasn't just an executive action Barack Obama didn't do anything legislatively is last term George W. bush did not do anything legislatively and his last term trump is basically gonna have to hope I suppose that he gets a majority in the house and a majority in retains the majority in the Senate and then you can ram through legislation that he likes but for those of us who actually worry about you know blowing out the budget every single year for political reasons this is not good your impoverishing future generations and the bill will come do it today the governor of Porter Rico resigned and you resigned allegedly because he was under fire for these series of text messages that were ugly and vicious is also under fire because a couple members of his administration had been indicted for corruption in reality it's because being at the top of Porter Rico's government is pretty much unworkable it occurred bankruptcy in twenty seventeen that means that there's not a lot of room to move what do you need to blow out the spending again we're gonna get the money for that you take austerity measures zero population is angry at you well that's what this is going because within the decade by the end of bye bye within one decade by the end of twenty twenty eight twenty twenty nine the vast majority of Americans massive social safety net will be bankrupt will not be bringing in the kind of money necessary to pay for it and nobody is making provision for this Democrats don't want to because there demagoguing the issue Republicans don't want to because they're afraid of Democrats demagoguing the issue representative Mike Johnson who is the chairman of the Republican study conference he said for too long Congress has dodged its responsibility to provide fiscally sound solutions that will ensure the continued security and prosperity of our nation as the largest caucus of conservatives in Congress is the Republican study committees duty to insist upon better stewardship and suppose you're responsible efforts to raise discretionary limits now again there is something that's a little bit false about this debate I think the budget socks with that said the budgets socage is really not about the discretionary spending because that's not what's bankrupting the country if you removed the vast overages due to social security Medicare Medicaid we've been fiscally sound shape as it is we are our budget our national debt is about a hundred and six percent of our GDP which is a very ugly number and it's going the wrong direction hello she said we're gonna have majority for the bill we wanted to be bipartisan outside pressures also intensifying the chamber of commerce is urging house lawmakers to vote for the budget agreement warning that the organization will consider including votes on our legislation in our annual how they voted scorecard why well because a lot of big business wants to insure that the money keeps flowing even if that money is coming from nowhere right now everybody is worried about the stock market is more concerned about the stock market than they are about the future of the national debt progressives will probably rally around close according to politico the congressional progressive caucus released a statement in support of the deal progressive support begin to trickle out on Wednesday as well represented for me which I Apollo was kind of an adjunct to the squad told politico she was leaning toward a yes vote under the deal defense programs it's yet three percent hike in fiscal twenty twenty topping off at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars domestic programs would increase of four percent over current levels to a total of six hundred and thirty two billion dollars which includes two point five billion dollars for the twenty twenty census in green includes only seventy seven billion dollars in assets which doesn't even come close to paying for what exactly we're talking about right now again one of the reasons that the trump administration I think is moving forward on this is because of worries about an economic slowdown we'll get to that in just a second first quick reminder folks next month we are taking our backstage show on the road for a special one night only event August twenty first the beautiful terrace theater in Long Beach California ideally what I got from Jeremy boring and reclaim the Michael's we will all be there live the we talking politics pop culture will be.

Robert Miller two year seven hundred thirty eight bil three hundred twenty billion d seventy seven billion dollars thirty two billion dollars seven trillion dollar five billion dollars three percent four percent six percent one decade
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"The venture parish a little bit later on in the hour we'll get to the continuing fallout from Robert Miller stunning testimony we have some ratings they're in a not great for Democrats not great in the slightest but right now the big story is that house Republicans are balking as the budget vote looms so as we've been talking about for the past several days there's a budget proposal on the table it sucks it's really about your proposal blows out the spending basically the only justification by Republicans is we need to sign on to much mucho spending we need to do all that so we can get more defense spending Hey listen I'm all in favor of more defense spending also you guys control the Senate and the presidency said a certain point it would be great if you can sign a budget that doesn't stock that's awesome in fact just a few months ago you control the house and the Senate and the presidency and you still couldn't do a budget that in stock and that's not just the senators and members of the house as a president yeah that was on president trump because president trump has now twice going over the heads of the people in his own party in order to negotiate directly with Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer not notice he's the minority leader wouldn't that be the person you don't negotiate with but whatever almost a done deal apparently according to politico GOP leaders with some help from president trump I scrambling to round up Republican support for a two year two point seven trillion dollar budget deal as the house moves toward a vote on the package Thursday afternoon top Republicans believe only a fraction of their conference will support the legislation hammered out during weeks of negotiations between speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Stephen notion GOP insiders estimate that as little as one third of the one hundred ninety seven member GOP conference will back the measure although the vote tallies still fluid I used to be something in the Republican caucus called Hastert rule whatever Denny Hastert is disgraced it should probably be titled something else but it was called the Hastert rule Hastert rule is that Republicans would not move on any proposal that a majority of the caucus did not approve so in other words if you had two hundred Republicans at least a hundred one of them had to approve the proposal or the Republicans would not move on the actual proposal no longer now minority of Republicans enough to move the caucus on all of this but GOP leaders facing strong opposition from rank and file members over the package trump tweeted out his support for the legislation on Thursday morning house Republicans he tweeted should to put the two year budget agreement which greatly helps our military and I thought I am totally with you but house minority whip Steve Scalise didn't sound particularly optimistic that trump's tweets would move many votes is that it helps we've heard from a lot of members who say they're voting no no matter what it may help with some of the members who are on the fence as I talk to folks are in the house and the Senate all the time the vacillation to president trump certainly do not help when it comes to them deciding how to vote because he may embrace a policy today and then here blowback and then under that the people who voted for the policy tomorrow but trump seems like he's coming up pretty loud and proud of it is that makes sense politically and a political level this makes some sense why because on a political level it pushes the entire problem of the budget beyond the election and that's what trump is really worried about it still he says I don't think it was ever realistic that a majority of the GOP conference would get behind a budget deal is a but we're working to build the numbers to help with web support schoolies convene a conference call on Thursday morning with trump and a number of GOP members still on the fence during the call from it a hard sell to Republicans he assured them that he remain supportive of the deal and vowed to back them up if they walk the plank now the president got a bit of a credibility problem they're considering that there are multiple times where he is pulled out the rug from underneath Republicans yes I'm gonna negotiate yes nope no negotiations or alternatively I'm definitely not going to go sit on the stand tall with me I guess I'll negotiate one member who didn't answer support for the agreement is a GOP conference chairwoman Liz Cheney which is sort of a shock she said I support the budget it's not a deal I would have done it's not a deal we would do if we were in the majority it shows you why elections metal that's not true it is a deal you didn't do when you're in the majority I don't from just signed a budget like this a year ago the Republicans held a majority in the house this brought up for a vote the Republican study committee and house freedom caucus two major groups within the conference both are opposed to the measure which increases Pentagon in domestic spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars over the budget caps while also suspending the debt ceiling until at least July thirty first twenty twenty one again the excuse your is going to be pushed beyond the election once were beyond the election then a lame duck president trump he'll bring in the horses and we'll get a better budget done except that was the last time a lame duck president did anything truly that wasn't just an executive action barackobama didn't do anything legislatively is last term George W. bush did not do anything legislatively and his last term trump is basically gonna have to hope I suppose it gets a majority in the house and a majority in retains the majority in the Senate and then you can ram through legislation that he likes but for those of us who actually worry about you know blowing out the budget every single year for political reasons this is not good your impoverishing future generations and the bill will come do it today the governor of Porter Rico resigned and you resigned allegedly because he was under fire for these series of text messages that were ugly and vicious is also under fire because a couple members of his administration had been indicted for corruption in reality it's because being at the top of Porter Rico's government is pretty much unworkable it is clear bankruptcy in twenty seventeen that means that there's not a lot of room to move what are going to blow out the spending again we're gonna get the money for that you take austerity measures zero population is angry at you well that's what this is going because within the decade by the end of bye bye within one decade by the end of twenty twenty eight twenty twenty nine the vast majority of Americans massive social safety net will be bankrupt it will not be bringing in the kind of money necessary to pay for it and nobody is making provision for this Democrats don't want to because there demagoguing the issue Republicans don't want to because they're afraid of Democrats demagoguing the issue representative Mike Johnson who is the chairman of the Republican study conference he said for too long Congress has dodged its responsibility to provide fiscally sound solutions that will ensure the continued security and prosperity of our nation as the largest caucus of conservatives in Congress it is the Republican study committees duty to insist upon better stewardship and suppose you're responsible efforts to raise discretionary limits now again there is something that's a little bit false about this today I think the budget socks with that said the budget socage is really not about the discretionary spending because that's not what's bankrupting the country if you removed the vast overages due to social security Medicare Medicaid we've been fiscally sound shape as it is we are our budget our national debt is about a hundred six percent of our GDP which is a very ugly number and it's going the wrong direction hello she said we're gonna have majority for the bill we wanted to be bipartisan outside pressures also intensifying the chamber of commerce is urging house lawmakers to vote for the budget agreement warning that the organization will consider including votes on our legislation in our annual how they voted scorecard why well because a lot of big business wants to insure that the money keeps flowing even if that money is coming from nowhere right now everybody is worried about the stock market is more concerned about the stock market than they are about the future of the national debt progressives will probably rally around close according to politico the congressional progressive caucus released a statement in support of the deal progressive support began to trickle out on Wednesday as well represented for me which I Apollo who's head of an adjunct to the squad told politico she was leaning toward a yes vote under the deal defense programs it's yet three percent hike in fiscal twenty twenty topping off at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars domestic programs would increase of four percent over current levels to a total of six hundred and thirty two billion dollars which includes two point five billion dollars for the twenty twenty census in green includes only seventy seven billion dollars in assets which doesn't even come close to paying for what exactly we're talking about right now again one of the reasons that the trump administration I think is moving forward on this is because of worries about an economic slowdown we'll get to that in just a second first quick reminder folks next month we are taking our backstage show on the road for a special one night only event August twenty first the beautiful terrace theater in Long Beach California ideally what a docking Jeremy boring and reclaimed Michael's we will all be there live I will be talking politics pop culture will be.

Robert Miller two year seven hundred thirty eight bil three hundred twenty billion d seventy seven billion dollars thirty two billion dollars seven trillion dollar five billion dollars hundred six percent three percent four percent one decade
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08:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Hey welcome this is the venture a little bit later on in the hour we'll get to the continuing fallout from Robert Miller stunning testimony we have some ratings they're in are not great for Democrats not great in the slightest but right now the big story is that house Republicans are balking as the budget vote looms so as we've been talking about for the past several days there's a budget proposal on the table it sucks it's really budget proposal blows out the spending basically the only justification by Republicans is we need to sign on to much mucho spending we need to do all that so we can get more defense spending Hey listen I'm all in favor of more defense spending also you guys control the Senate and the presidency said a certain point it would be great if you could sign a budget that doesn't stock that be awesome in fact just a few months ago you control the house and the Senate and the presidency and you still couldn't do a budget that in stock and that's not just the senators and members of the house as the president and that was on president trump because president trump has now twice going over the heads of the people in his own party in order to negotiate directly with Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer not notice he's the minority leader wouldn't that be the person you don't negotiate with but whatever almost a done deal apparently according to politico GOP leaders with some help from president trump I scrambling to round up Republican support for a two year two point seven trillion dollar budget deal as the house moves toward a vote on the package Thursday afternoon top Republicans believe only a fraction of their conference will support the legislation hammered out during weeks of negotiations between speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Stephen agent GOP insiders estimate that as little as one third of the one hundred ninety seven member GOP conference will back the measure although the vote tallies so fluid I used to be something in the Republican caucus called Hastert rule now that he has to just disgraced it should probably be titled something else but it was called the Hastert rule Hastert rule is that Republicans would not move on any proposal that a majority of the caucus did not approve in other words if you had two hundred Republicans at least a hundred one of them had to approve the proposal or the Republicans would not move on the actual proposal no longer now minority of Republicans enough to move the caucus on all of this but GOP leaders facing strong opposition from rank and file members over the package trump tweeted out his support for the legislation on Thursday morning house Republicans he tweeted should to put the two year budget agreement which greatly helps our military and advance I am totally with you but house minority whip Steve Scalise didn't sound particularly optimistic that trump's tweets would move any votes he said it helps but we've heard from a lot of members who say they're voting no no matter what it may help with some of the members who are on the fence as I talk to folks are in the house and the Senate all the time the vacillation to president trump certainly do not help when it comes to them deciding how to vote because he may embrace a policy today and then here blowback and then under that the people who voted for the policy tomorrow but trump seems like he's coming up pretty loud and proud of it is that makes sense politically at a political level this makes some sense why because on a political level it pushes the entire problem of the budget beyond the election and that's what trump is really worried about it he says I don't think it was ever realistic that a majority of the GOP conference would get behind a budget deal is a but we're working to build the numbers to help with web support schoolies convene a conference call on Thursday morning with trump and a number of GOP members still on the fence during the Cultural made a hard sell to Republicans he assured them that he remain supportive of the deal and vowed to back them up if they walk the plank now the president got a bit of a credibility problem they're considering that there are multiple times where he is pulled out the rug from underneath Republicans yes I'm gonna negotiate yes nope no negotiations or alternatively I'm definitely not meant to negotiate on the stand tall with me I guess I'll negotiate one member who did announce our support for the agreement is a GOP conference chairwoman Liz Cheney which is sort of a shock she said I support the budget it's not a deal I would have done it's not a deal we would do if you're in the majority it shows you why elections metal that's not true it is a deal you didn't know when you're in the majority Donald Trump just signed a budget like this a year ago the Republicans held a majority in the house is brought up for a vote the Republican study committee and house freedom caucus two major groups within the conference both are opposed to the measure which increases Pentagon in domestic spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars over the budget caps while also suspending the debt ceiling until at least July thirty first twenty twenty one so again the excuse here is going to be pushed beyond the election once were beyond the election then a lame duck president trump he'll bring in the horses and we'll get a better budget done except that was the last time a lame duck president did anything truly that wasn't just an executive action barackobama didn't do anything legislatively is last term George W. bush did not do anything legislatively and his last term trump is basically gonna have to hope I suppose it gets a majority in the house and a majority in retains the majority in the Senate and then you can Rampur legislation that he likes but for those of us who actually worry about you know blowing out the budget every single year for political reasons this is not good your impoverishing future generations and the bill will come do it today the governor of Porter Rico resign and you resigned allegedly because he was under fire for these series of text messages that were ugly and vicious is also under fire because a couple members of his administration had been indicted for corruption in reality it's because being at the top of Porter Rico's government is pretty much unworkable it is clear bankruptcy in twenty seventeen that means that there's not a lot of room to will what do you need to blow out the spending again we're gonna get the money for that you take austerity measures zero population is angry at you well that's what this is going because within the decade by the end of bye bye within one decade by the end of twenty twenty eight twenty twenty nine the vast majority of Americans massive social safety net will be bankrupt it will not be bringing in the kind of money necessary to pay for it and nobody is making provision for this Democrats don't want to because there demagoguing the issue Republicans don't want to because they're afraid of Democrats demagoguing the issue representative Mike Johnson who is the chairman of the Republican study conference he said for too long Congress has dodged its responsibility to provide fiscally sound solutions that will ensure the continued security and prosperity of our nation as the largest caucus of conservatives in Congress it is the Republican study committees duty to insist upon better stewardship and suppose irresponsible efforts to raise discretionary limits now again there is something that's a little bit false about this debate I think the budget socks with that said the budgets socage is really not about the discretionary spending because that's not what's bankrupting the country if you removed the vast overages due to social security Medicare Medicaid we've been fiscally sound shape as it is we are our budget our national debt is about a hundred six percent of our GDP which is a very ugly number and it's going the wrong direction hello she said we're gonna have majority for the bell we wanted to be bipartisan outside pressures also intensifying the chamber of commerce is urging house lawmakers to vote for the budget agreement warning that the organization will consider including votes on our legislation in our annual how they voted scorecard why well because a lot of big business wants to insure that the money keeps flowing even if that money is coming from nowhere right now everybody is worried about the stock market is more concerned about the stock market than they are about the future of the national debt progressives will probably rally around close according to politico the congressional progressive caucus released a statement in support of the deal progressive support began to trickle out on Wednesday as well represented for me which I Apollo who's head of an adjunct to the squad told politico she was leaning toward a yes vote under the deal defense programs it's yet three percent hike in fiscal twenty twenty topping off at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars domestic programs would increase of four percent over current levels to a total of six hundred and thirty two billion dollars which includes two point five billion dollars for the twenty twenty census in green includes only seventy seven billion dollars in assets which doesn't even come close to paying for what exactly we're talking about right now again one of the reasons that the trump administration I think is moving forward on this is because of worries about an economic slowdown we'll get to that in just a second first quick reminder folks next month we are taking our backstage show on the road for a special one night only event August twenty first the beautiful terrace theater in Long Beach California ideally were docking Jeremy boring and reclaim the Michael's we will all be there live I will.

Robert Miller two year seven hundred thirty eight bil three hundred twenty billion d seventy seven billion dollars thirty two billion dollars seven trillion dollar five billion dollars hundred six percent three percent four percent one decade
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08:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Hey well this is the venture parish a little bit later on in the hour we'll get to the continuing fallout from Robert Miller stunning testimony we have some ratings there is not great for Democrats not great in the slightest but right now the big story is that house Republicans are balking as the budget vote looms so as we've been talking about for the past several days there's a budget proposal on the table it sucks it's really budget proposal blows out the spending basically the only justification by Republicans as we need to sign on to much mucho spending we need to do all that so we can get more defense spending Hey listen I'm all in favor of more defense spending also you guys control the Senate and the presidency to a certain point it would be great if you could sign a budget that doesn't stock that be awesome in fact just a few months ago you control the house and the Senate and the presidency and you still couldn't do a budget that in stock and that's not just the senators and members of the house as a president and that was on president from because president trump has now twice going over the heads of the people in his own party in order to negotiate directly with Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer not notice he's the minority leader wouldn't that be the person you don't negotiate with but whatever almost a done deal apparently according to politico GOP leaders with some help from president trump I scrambling to round up Republican support for a two year two point seven trillion dollar budget deal as the house moves toward a vote on the package Thursday afternoon top Republicans believe only a fraction of their conference will support the legislation hammered out during weeks of negotiations between speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Stephen ocean GOP insiders estimate that as little as one third of the one hundred ninety seven member GOP conference will back the measure although the vote tallies so flick I used to be something in the Republican caucus called has to rule them Denny Hastert is disgraced it should probably be titled something else but it was called the Hastert rule Hastert rule is that Republicans would not move on any proposal that a majority of the caucus did not approve in other words if you had two hundred Republicans at least a hundred one of them had to approve the proposal or the Republicans would not move on the actual proposal no longer now minority of Republicans enough to move the caucus on all of this but GOP leaders facing strong opposition from rank and file members over the package from tweeted out his support for the legislation on Thursday morning house Republicans he tweeted should support the two year budget agreement which read they have some military and advance I am totally with yeah but house minority whip Steve Scalise didn't sound particularly optimistic that trump's tweets would move any votes he said it helps but we've heard from a lot of members in the voting no no matter what it may help with some of the members are on the fence as I talk to folks are in the house and the Senate all the time he vacillation to president trump certainly do not help when it comes to them deciding how to vote because he may embrace a policy today and then here blowback and then under that the people who voted for the policy tomorrow but trump seems like he's coming up pretty loud and proud does it make sense politically ical level this makes some sense why because on a political level it pushes the entire problem of the budget beyond the election and that's what trump is really worried about it Scully says I don't think it was ever realistic that a majority of the GOP conference would get behind a budget deal is about working to build the numbers to help with web support schoolies convening on friends call on Thursday morning with trump in a number of GOP members still on the fence during the call from it a hard sell to Republicans yeah sure them that he remained supportive of the deal and vowed to back them up if they walk the plank now the president got a bit of a credibility problem they're considering that there are multiple times where he is pulled out the rug from underneath Republicans yes some to negotiate yes nope no negotiations or alternatively I'm definitely not the negotiate on the stand tall with me I guess only what number did announce your support for the agreement is a GOP conference chairwoman Liz Cheney which is sort of a shock she said I support the budget it's not a deal I would have done it's not a deal we would do if we were in the majority it shows you why elections metal that's not true is a deal you didn't know when you're in the majority Donald Trump just sign a budget like this a year ago Republicans held a majority in the house is right up from out the Republican study committee and house freedom caucus two major groups within the conference both are opposed to the measure which increases Pentagon in domestic spending by three hundred twenty billion dollars over the budget caps while also suspending the debt ceiling until at least July thirty first twenty twenty one so again the excuse here is going to be pushed beyond the election was were be on the election then a lame duck president trump he'll bring in the horses and we'll get a better budget done except that was the last time a lame duck president did anything truly that wasn't just an executive action barackobama didn't do anything legislatively is last term George W. bush did not do anything legislatively and his last heard trump is basically gonna have to hope I suppose it gets a majority in the house and a majority in retains the majority in the Senate and then you can ram their legislation that he likes but for those of us who actually worry about you know blowing up the budget every single year for political reasons this is not good your impoverishing future generations and the bill will come do it today the governor of Puerto Rico resigned and you resigned allegedly because he was under fire for these series of text messages that were ugly and vicious is also under fire because a couple members of his administration had been indicted for corruption in reality it's because being at the top of worry because government is pretty much a workable in a clear bankruptcy in twenty seventeen that means that there's not a lot of room to move but again to blow out the spending again we're gonna get the money for that you take austerity measures zero population is angry at you well that's what this is going because within the decade by the end of bye bye within one decade by the end of twenty twenty eight twenty twenty nine the vast majority of Americans massive social safety net will be bankrupt it will not be bringing in the kind of money necessary to pay for it and nobody is making provision for this Democrats don't want to because there demagoguing the issue Republicans don't want to because they're afraid of Democrats demagoguing the issue representative Mike Johnson who is the chairman of the Republican study conference he said for too long Congress is dodged its responsibility to provide fiscally sound solutions that will ensure the continued security and prosperity of our nation as the largest caucus of conservatives in Congress it is the Republican study committee is Judy to insist upon better stewardship and suppose you're responsible efforts to raise discretionary limits now again there is something that's a little bit false about this today I think the budget socks with that said the budget socage is really not about the discretionary spending because that's not what's bankrupting the country if you removed the vast overages due to social security Medicare Medicaid we've been fiscally sound shape as it is we are our budget our national debt is at a hundred six percent of our GDP which is a very ugly number and it's going the wrong direction hello she said we're gonna have majority for the bell we wanted to be bipartisan outside pressures also intensifying the chamber of commerce is urging house lawmakers to vote for the budget agreement warning that the organization will consider including votes on our legislation in our annual how they voted scorecard why well because a lot of big business wants to insure that the money keeps flowing even if that money is coming from nowhere right now everybody is worried about the stock market is more concerned about the stock market than they are about the future of the national debt progressives will probably rally around alosi according to politico the congressional progressive caucus released a statement in support of the deal progressive support begin to trickle out on Wednesday as well represented for me which I Apollo who's head of an adjunct to the squad told politico she was leaning toward a yes vote under the deal defense programs into three percent hike in fiscal twenty twenty topping off at seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars domestic programs would increase of four percent over current levels to a total of six hundred and thirty two billion dollars which includes two point five billion dollars for the twenty twenty census the agreement includes only seventy seven billion dollars in assets which doesn't even come close to paying for what exactly we're talking about right now again one of the reasons that the trump administration I think is moving forward on this is because of worries about an economic slowdown we'll get to that in just a second first quick reminder folks next month we are taking our backstage show on the road for a special one night only event August twenty first the beautiful terrace theater in Long Beach California ideally where docking Jeremy boring and reclaim the Michael's we will all be there live they will be talking politics pop culture will be answering.

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"To sun hi its cara Louis looks like a lot of back room fishing is going on with the vote to approve illegal alien migrants to be house at the juvenile detention facility Pima county alley Miller has the details interviews canister dot com right now one thing this is going to this is going to be in the we and and and your critics are there going to accuse me of trying to confuse and muddy the water here is the spending cap deal that this budget agreement that tromping pelo seed supposedly may the the thing about the budget cap deal it prevents this is a deal goes back to two thousand eleven is is eight years ago this is after the tea party is formed comes into existence this is after the Republicans have swamped the Democrats in the two thousand ten midterms Republicans talk back control of the house and it was it was largely due to obamacare and the stimulus and people were fed up with this blade I mean Obama was making no bones about his mission he was gonna grow spending he was going to grow the government and that was going to be the key to everything if you remember back that the Democrat's theory of Keynesian economics wise government spending government spending government spending that's how you came out of a recession that's how you build the economy government spending government spending government aware what all throw in our hands up in frustration no it's not it is not how you grow the economy making the government a bigger percentage of GDP is not how you grow the economy it's how you grow government at old bomber was making no bones about his intention here comes the tea party demanding Republican fiscal responsibility they tried they they started providing more than lip service on balancing the budget that's when the Arabs started coming with Paul Ryan sending Graham all over the cliff in a wheelchair and that was just one of them the Republican Party thinks they got destroyed in the arena of public opinion with the media distorting their efforts just like happened in nineteen ninety five they think they got destroyed over the starving kids school lunch cuts that worked there were no cuts in the school lunch program it was simply reductions in the rate of growth we've been through all of this sold stole so many times and I've I've asked people every year on this program can then it gets every year up until trump you know what what one Democrat media criticism has been absent in the two and a half years of trump now seriously I mean there may be isolated exceptions to this example but in these two and a half years of trump we have not heard a constant refrain of how Republicans hate people via budget cuts we have not heard how Republicans want to starve how Republicans want to kick season citizens out of their homes we haven't heard any of this we haven't heard what was a fifty year refrain every time a spending our debate came up it was it was textbook what was going to happen Republicans gonna kick seniors out of their homes there were going to deny people social security and they were going to starve children and they were gonna stop paying attention to the environment you name it now those criticism those those false allegations have been replaced by new ones trump hates kittens separates families cages the missile but it's baseless just as the budget criticisms were baseless but in these two and a half years the Republicans have not been criticized for the same things that every other Republican has been criticized for for fifty years the Democrats Democrats in the media have shifted with and it you know now trump is a full fledged racist bigot a white nationalist or what have you but there isn't any serious accusation at trump wants to kill people with the budget and with spending cuts so this spending spending cap deal prevents spending limits that Congress voted on in two thousand eleven from being automatically implemented next year next year being twenty twenty they did a deal in two thousand eleven a spending cap deal preventing spending limits they voted on a twenty eleven from being automatically implement it next year this deal was buried in the eight paragraph of a Washington post story today quote the agreement I share this with you in the first hour the agreement would read is spending by about three hundred and twenty billion compared with the strict spending levels established in the budget control act of two thousand eleven set to go into effect next year without legislative action this was the deal that was struck after the stimulus after the Republicans took control of the house they came up with a budget deal that would prevent that that that would that dictate in spending all the way through twenty twenty and it limited the amount of spending Obama went along with it because he knew that there would be any number of opportunities to break it what with the continuing resolution technique and all that but the total that we're talking about here three hundred and twenty billion dollars in other words eight years ago Congress voted to limit spending in twenty twenty they kick the can down the road in two thousand eleven Congress with the agreement of the Obama White House agreed to budget responsibility eight years that's after Obama's all office long after he's out of office I don't I don't know if you remember this but at the time we were livid because this gave Obama a pass the spending limits when a car after he leaves office in twenty twenty so what's happened is those limits were blown up in the new deal and so now three hundred and twenty billion dollars can can be spent because Congress changed its mind and they're going to allow three hundred and twenty billion dollars more in spending over the previous two thousand eleven agreement now I'm gonna the next thing I'm gonna say is not gonna sit well with some of you but it needs to be mentioned three hundred and twenty billion is not in comparison to the national budget every year it used to be what the deficit was back in the eighties driven twenty billion was the deficit this the whole budget now sported five trillion this is chump change the amount of new spending that's been agreed to is chump change it's not a new trillion it's not even a new half trillion I don't expect to be understood on this I expect Mr certainly you're going to get a new round of phone calls and people but I'm I'm trying to put all this in perspective is this all centers on something that happened in two thousand eleven after the Republicans took control the house they got bomb agree to spending cuts starting in twenty twenty the deal that was made yesterday eliminates that and substitutes three hundred and twenty billion dollars in new spending not trillions three hundred and twenty billion dollars over the previous two thousand eleven agreement and the Democrats complain that Obama didn't spend enough they wanted five or ten times more that there these people were out there advocating if you remember when the Obama economy was languishing at one percent GDP growth every year all of these favored leftist economist led by Paul Krugman were all claiming Obama one spending it would be one the stimulus want to not be needed to be three times that big to make any difference now let me give you an alternative way of looking at this if you if you don't like my what what I call it my positioning of the if if if the if the Republicans want to the mat on spending with a year and a half out the presidential race and I ask you to remember the Paul Ryan pushing his grandma over the cliff you want that kind of stuff in the presidential campaign obviously trump doesn't Republicans don't but here's an alternative way of explaining what happened I could have done it this way I'll try it this way we'll see how this registers trump announced that his administration and congressional leadership consisting of McConnell Schumer hello Siva McCarthy reach the budget and debt ceiling deal with no poison pills through July twenty twenty one amounting to approximately two point seven trillion dollars the president said the deal was a real compromise in order to give another big victory to the military and are great veterans the agreement includes seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for defense spending next year followed by seven hundred forty billion in defense spending in twenty twenty one non defense spending was sat at six hundred thirty two billion dollars in twenty twenty and six hundred thirty four and a half billion in twenty twenty one trump and the G. O. P.'s stored that their ground now we have a deal that benefits the country benefits the media prevents a bunch of wasteful shut downs and keeps our secure if you are a trump supporter of this is how you would look at this budget the if you're not a trump supporter or if you're not fully aware of what's happening you can look at the way the media is reporting this and think the trump is totally caved for whatever reasons on this I'm trump is also said and I know many of you probably got a laugh out of it but trump is also said the that in his next term we're going to get serious about spending reductions I know every politician in the world has made a similar commitment and promise so you have a number of different ways you can look at look at this as a really good deal for the US military for an end to shut downs for any and all of the continuing resolutions that ham strong the country every three to six months and it happened with a year and a half to go in the presidential campaign so we cannot become a legitimate campaign issue if you want to find good nose in it you can and that's what this is a full service program providing you any number of ways at looking at the same story and helping you fight against and remember how the fake news tries to position everything to lure you into thinking trump is caving and a badly you when that's not what happened here another brief time out obscene profit break and we will be right rush on the the network as the.

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"Of the house and it was it was largely due to obamacare and the stimulus and people were fed up with this blade I mean Obama was making no bones about his mission he was gonna grow spending he was going to grow the government and that was going to be the key to everything if you remember back then the Democrats theory of Keynesian economics wise government spending government spending government spending that's how you came out of a recession that's how you build the economy government spending government spending government aware what all throw in our hands up in frustration no it's not it is not how you grow the economy making the government a bigger percentage of GDP is not how you grow the economy it's how you grow government that Obama was making no bones about his intention here comes the tea party demanding Republican fiscal responsibility they tried they they started providing more than lip service on balancing the budget that's when the Arabs started coming with Paul Ryan sending Graham all over the cliff in a wheelchair and that was just one of them the Republican Party thinks they got destroyed in the arena of public opinion with the media distorting their efforts just like happened in nineteen ninety five they think they got destroyed over the starving kids school lunch cuts that worked there were no cuts in the school lunch program there was simply reductions in the rate of growth we've been through all of this sold sold so many times and I've I've asked people every year on this program can it because every year up until trump you know what what one Democrat media criticism has been absent in the two and a half years of trump now seriously I mean there may be isolated exception for this example but in these two and a half years of trump we have not heard a constant refrain of how Republicans hate people via budget cuts we have not heard how Republicans want to starve Republicans want to kick season citizens out of their homes we haven't heard any of this we haven't heard what was a fifty year refrain every time a spending our debate came up it was it was textbook what was going to happen Republicans gonna kick seniors out of their homes there were going to deny people social security and they were going to starve children and they were going to stop paying attention to the environment your name now those criticism those those false allegations have been replaced by new ones trump hates kittens separates families cages the missile but that's baseless just as the budget criticisms were baseless but in these two and a half years the Republicans have not been criticized for the same things that every other Republican has been criticized for for fifty years the Democrats Democrats in the media have shifted with and that you know do it now trump is a full fledged racist bigot a white nationalist or what have you but there isn't any serious accusation of trump wants to kill people with the budget and with spending cuts so this spending spending cap deal prevents spending limits that Congress voted on in two thousand eleven from being automatically implemented next year the next year being twenty twenty they did a deal in two thousand eleven a spending cap deal preventing spending limits they voted on a twenty eleven from being automatically implement it next year this deal was buried in the eight paragraph of a Washington post story today quote the agreement I share this with you in the first hour the agreement would read is spending by about three hundred and twenty billion compared with the strict spending levels established in the budget control act of two thousand eleven set to go into effect next year without legislative action this was the deal that was struck after the stimulus after the Republicans took control of the house they came up with a budget deal that would prevent that that that would that dictated in spending all the way through twenty twenty and it limited the amount of spending Obama went along with it because he knew that there would be any number of opportunities to break it what with the continuing resolution technique and all that but the total that we're talking about here three hundred and twenty billion dollars in other words eight years ago Congress voted to limit spending in twenty twenty they kick the can down the road in two thousand eleven Congress with the agreement of the Obama White House agreed to budget responsibility eight years that's after Obama's all office long after he's out of office I don't I don't know if you remember this but at the time we were livid because this gave Obama a pass the spending limits what a car after he leaves office in twenty twenty so what's happened is those limits were blown up in the new deal and so now three hundred and twenty billion dollars can can be spent because Congress changed its mind and they're going to allow three hundred and twenty billion dollars more in spending over the previous two thousand eleven agreement now I'm gonna the next thing I'm gonna say is not gonna sit well with some of you but it needs to be mentioned three hundred and twenty billion is not in comparison to the national budget every year it used to be what the deficit was back in the eighties driven twenty billion was the deficit this that the whole budget now forty five trillion this is chump change the amount of new spending that's been agreed to is chump change it's not a new trillion it's not even a new half trillion I don't expect to be understood on this I expect Mr certainly you're going to get a new round of phone calls and people but I'm I'm trying to put all this in perspective is this all centers on something that happened in two thousand eleven after the Republicans took control the house they got bomb agree to spending cuts starting in twenty twenty the deal that was made yesterday eliminates that and substitutes three hundred and twenty billion dollars in new spending not trillions three hundred and twenty billion dollars over the previous two thousand eleven agreement and the Democrats complain that Obama didn't spend enough they wanted five or ten times more of that there these people were out there advocating if you remember when the Obama economy was languishing at one percent GDP growth every year all of these favored leftist economist led by Paul Krugman were all claiming Obama one spending it would need to plug the stimulus wanted nothing needed to be three times that big to make any difference now let me give you an alternative way I'm looking at this if you if you don't like my what what I call it my positioning of the if if if the if the Republicans want to the mat on spending with a year and a half out of presidential race and I ask you to remember the Paul Ryan pushing his grandma over the cliff do you want that kind of stuff in the presidential campaign obviously trump doesn't Republicans don't but here's an alternative way of explaining what happened I could have done it this way I'll try it this way we'll see how this registers trump announced that his administration and congressional leadership consisting of McConnell Schumer hello Siva McCarthy reach the budget and debt ceiling deal with no poison pills through July twenty twenty one amounting to approximately two point seven trillion dollars the president said the deal was a real compromise in order to give another big victory to the military and are great veterans the girl the agreement includes seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for defense spending next year followed by seven hundred forty billion in defense spending in twenty twenty one non defense spending was sat at six hundred thirty two billion dollars in twenty twenty and six hundred thirty four and a half billion in twenty twenty one trump and the G. O. P.'s stored that their ground now we have a deal that benefits the country benefits the media prevents a bunch of wasteful shut downs and keeps our secure if you are a trump supporter this is how you would look at this budget the if you're not a trump supporter or if you're not fully aware of what's happening you can look at the way the media is reporting this and think the trump is totally caved for whatever reasons on this now trump is also stand and I know many of you probably got a laugh out of it but trump is also said the that in his next term we're going to get serious about spending reductions I know every politician in the world has made a similar commitment and promise so you have a number of different ways you can look at look at this as a really good deal for the US military for an end to shut downs for any and all of the continuing resolutions that ham strong the country every three to six months and it happened with a year and a half to go in the presidential campaign so it cannot become a legitimate campaign issue if you want to find good nose in it you can and that's what this is a full service program providing you any number of ways at looking at the same story and helping you fight against and remember how the fake news tries to position everything to lure you into thinking trump is caving and a badly you when that's not what happened here another brief time out obscene profit break and we will be right rush on.

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WBT Charlotte News Talk

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"Right now one thing this is going to this is going to be in the we and and and your critics are there going to accuse me of trying to confuse and muddy the water here's the spending cap deal that this budget agreement that tromping pelo scene supposedly may the thing about the budget cap deal it prevents this is a deal goes back to two thousand eleven is is eight years ago this is after the tea party is formed comes into existence this is after the Republicans have swamped the Democrats in the two thousand ten midterms remember Republicans talk back control of the house and it was it was largely due to obamacare and the stimulus and people were fed up with this blade I mean Obama was making no bones about his mission he was gonna grow spending he was going to grow the government and that was going to be the key to everything if you remember back then the Democrats theory of Keynesian economics wise government spending government spending government spending that's how you came out of a recession that's how you build the economy government spending government spending government when all thro on our hands up in frustration no it's not it is not how you grow the economy making the government a bigger percentage of GDP is not how you grow the economy it's how you grow government that Obama was making no bones about his intention here comes the tea party demanding Republican fiscal responsibility they tried they they started providing more than lip service on balancing the budget that's when the Arabs started coming with Paul Ryan sending Graham all over the cliff in a wheelchair and that was just one of them the Republican Party thinks they got destroyed in the arena of public opinion with the media distorting their efforts just like happened in nineteen ninety five they think they got destroyed over the starving kids school lunch cuts that worked there were no cuts in the school lunch program there was simply reductions in the rate of growth we've been through all of this soul soul so many times and I've I've asked people every year on this program can any occurs every year up until trump you know what what one Democrat media criticism has been absent in the two and a half years of trump now seriously I mean there may be isolated exceptions to this example but in these two and a half years of trump we have not heard a constant refrain of how Republicans hate people via budget cuts we have not heard how Republicans want to starve Republicans want to kick season citizens out of their homes we haven't heard any of this we haven't heard what was a fifty year refrain every time a spending our debate came up it was it was textbook what was going to happen Republicans gonna kick seniors out of their homes there were going to deny people social security and they were going to starve children and they were gonna stop paying attention to the environment you name it now those criticism those those false allegations have been replaced by new ones trump hates kittens separates families cages them this or not but that's baseless just as the budget criticisms were baseless but in these two and a half years the Republicans have not been criticized for the same things that every other Republican has been criticized for for fifty years the Democrats Democrats in the media have shifted me and then you know do it now trump is it's a full fledged races big in a white nationalist or what have you but there isn't any serious accusation at trump wants to kill people with the budget and with spending cuts so this spending spending cap deal hands spending limits that Congress voted on in two thousand eleven from being automatically implemented next year the next year being twenty twenty they did a deal in two thousand eleven a spending cap deal preventing spending limits they voted on a twenty eleven from being automatically implement it next year this deal was buried in the eight paragraph I'm a Washington post story today called the agreement I share this with you in the first hour the agreement would read is spending by about three hundred and twenty billion compared with the strict spending levels established in the budget control act of two thousand eleven set to go into effect next year without legislative action this was the deal that was struck after the stimulus after the Republicans took control of the house they came up with a budget deal that would event that that would that dictated in spending all the way through twenty twenty and it limited the amount of spending Obama one along with it because he knew that there would be any number of opportunities to break it what with the continuing resolution technique and all that but the total what we're talking about here three hundred and twenty billion dollars in other words eight years ago Congress voted to limit spending in twenty twenty they kick the can down the road in two thousand eleven Congress with the agreement of the Obama White House agreed to budget responsibility eight years that's after Obama's all office long after he's out of office I don't I don't know if you remember this but at the time we were living in because this gave Obama a pass the spending limits when a car after he leaves office in twenty twenty so what's happened is those limits were blown up in the new deal and so now three hundred and twenty billion dollars can can be spent because Congress changed its mind and they're going to allow three hundred and twenty billion dollars more in spending over the previous two thousand eleven agreement now I'm gonna the next thing I'm gonna say is not gonna sit well with some of you but it needs to be mentioned three hundred and twenty billion is not in comparison to the national budget every year it used to be what the deficit was thank me Amy's threaded twenty billion was the deficit this the whole budget now forty five trillion this is chump change the amount of new spending that's been agreed to is chump change it's not a new trillion it's not even a new half trillion I don't expect to be understood I miss I expect Mr snidely you're going to get a new round of phone calls and people but I'm I'm trying to put all this in perspective is this all centers on something that happened in two thousand eleven after the Republicans took control the house they got Obama agrees to spending cuts starting in twenty twenty the deal that was made yesterday eliminates that and substitutes three hundred and twenty billion dollars in new spending not trillions three hundred and twenty billion dollars over the previous two thousand eleven agreement and the Democrats complain that Obama didn't spend enough they wanted five or ten times more that they're good these people were out there advocating if you remember when the Obama economy was languishing at one percent GDP growth every year all of these favored leftist economist led by Paul Krugman all claiming Obama one spending is the one the stimulus wanted nothing even to be three times that big that make any difference now let me give you an alternative way I'm looking at this if you if you don't like my when I call it my positioning of the if if if the if the Republicans want to the mat on spending with a year and a half out of presidential race and I ask you to remember the Paul Ryan pushing his grandma over the cliff ad do you want that kind of stuff in the presidential campaign obviously trump doesn't Republicans don't but here's an alternative way of explaining what happened I could have done it this way I'll try it this way we'll see how this registers trump announced that his administration and congressional leadership consisting of McConnell Schumer hello Siva McCarthy reach the budget and debt ceiling deal with no poison pills through July twenty twenty one amounting to approximately two point seven trillion dollars the president said the deal was a real compromise in order to give another big victory to the military and are great veterans the group the agreement includes seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for defense spending next year followed by seven hundred forty billion in defense spending in twenty twenty one non defense spending was sat at six hundred thirty two billion dollars in twenty twenty and six hundred thirty four and a half billion in twenty twenty one trump and the G. O. P.'s stored that their ground now we have a deal that benefits the country benefits the media prevents a bunch of wasteful shut downs and keeps our secure if you are a trump supporter of this is how you would look at this budget deal if you're not a trump supporter or if you're not fully aware of what's happening you can look at the way the media is reporting this and think the trump is totally caved for whatever reasons on this now trump is also stand and I know many of you probably got a laugh out of it but trump is also said the that in his next term we're going to get serious about spending reductions now I know every politician in the world has made a similar commitment and promise so you have a number of different ways you can look at look at this as a really good deal for the US military for an end to shut downs for any and all of the continuing resolutions that ham strong the country every three to six months and it happened with a year and a half to go in the presidential campaign so we cannot become a legitimate campaign issue if you want to find good nose in it you can and that's what this is a full service program providing you any number of ways at looking at the same story and helping you fight against and remember how the fake news tries to position everything to lure you into thinking trump is caving and a badly you when that's not what happened here another brief time out obscene profit break and we will be right since rush on the.

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News & Talk 1380 WAOK

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"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Is the treasury department is reporting that the US budget deficit is nearly forty percent higher than this point last year, the department on Wednesday reported the budget deficit is now more than seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars for this fiscal year. That's up two hundred six billion dollars from a year ago. So since forty five has been in office, not only have destabilized government, but he has also pushed the budget deficit for the country forty percent higher. So when all of the cuts that are being made to social programs, what's happening is, they're spending more money on defense spending more money on tax cuts for the rich spending more money on philosophy sheets for fluffy pillows and sheets for forty five stack in, but. And spending money covering up. The criminality of this particular administration. But everybody talking about, you know, he would take dirt man. I am keeping my eyes on the money and what this dude is doing is thinking this country further into debt. The my children are going to have to pay. And that is unacceptable. In a way, but I ended mad at some of the people on TV some folks on TV. They just met on radio to just mad to death. And I'm like, man. Y'all allow ready noted do dirty. All right. So in my home city. The bluff city. News that a US Marshall fatally shot a young black man. Triggered chaotic protests last night. Caused widespread property damage and left. At least two dozen police injured. By thrown rocks. And other objects. Political pundits and politicians urging patients and demanded a thorough investigation to the killing the community wants answers in tonight's into tonight's incident. That is what was said by Antonio Parkinson, who is state Representative from Memphis, and he also called for complete transparency in the investigation. So it's tense in Memphis. They put it on, I think about fourteen police who claim that they are injured. Another young black man. This your brother. You know what time it is in this world. So the Tennessee bureau of investigations is taken over the investigation..

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"Dog pound you're going to do what we tell you get rid of the gold standard this was nineteen seventy one and nixon saluted said you're absolutely right i work for you you put me in office i'll shut the goal down and now you can print all the money you what let's go to war in vietnam it was it was millions and millions of dollars matter of fact seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars which they they again adjusted for inflation i'm talking about today's dollars that makes them very very wealthy but they're already wealthy a man who's worth over five hundred million dollars he needs more money what are you nuts all they did the fourteen hundred of them then twenty five of the fourteen hundred individuals are active in the federal reserve the bank on that's right fourteen hundred people in the united states that's how many are worth five hundred million or more isn't that crazy so there they were that's how we got vietnam going that's exactly how an ongoing now they could start a war boy they were happy think about that then they started other wars in the meantime your standard of living what the hell now you can't find a good job we'll be right back with some great stocks so you can make some money at least want more information on this show go to phil's gain dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred gang i am phil phil's gang dot com we have.

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Animal Spirits Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Unfortunately the access to these things is great but the number of choices we have now is going to make it really hard for people to actually invest throw away because there's going to be having around and so the behavior ends up being way more expensive than the expense ratio yet wasn't there are study that frontload funds 'cause people to behave better because they had already paid the fivepercent upfront than one affleck really get their money's worth so these tend to to hold onto it longer make sense and i mean that's that's one of the the pros people give about investing in something like private equity or venture capital right that you have no choice but to be locked up for ten or fifteen years obviously there's a lot at downsides that to the illiquidity but i think having that sort of constraint in place can be helpful yes so there was another article the future president vesting silchar i think this was from bloomberg also of the seven hundred thirty eight billion dollars that investors put into index wants an etf in the past twelve months five hundred nine billion went the funds 'cause zero point one percent or less quote investors are really cost obsessed so these asset managers are betting that if they lower fees they'll make a little money because they'll get all the assets and that some of merrick bell tunis so we are just in a wild time the asset management business is not a place that i would like to be right now i honestly think people in net business are totally underestimating what's coming down the pipe in a few years like i think there could be massive amounts of people out of the esa management business in the years to come especially as these other places you know this is franklin templeton getting into this as places like fidelity get more into index funds any dfs the the number of bodies needed at these places is not going to nearly as high i think that there's a huge reckoning come in the asset management industry and like the decade ahead as a josh us has written about this the reason why there is no euphoria even though there might be you for your complicit sir whatever's because this is the only bull market that has been led by wall street because people.

affleck president bloomberg franklin templeton venture capital merrick bell tunis esa seven hundred thirty eight bil fifteen years twelve months fivepercent one percent