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Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann Program

00:43 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

"Of them are so ancient I want to get into that on the other side of this break We've got a 6 minute break here at the bottom of the hour where our most of our commercial stations go to news We'll be back with Mike Rothschild The storm is upon us as the book How QAnon became a movement called and conspiracy theory of everything It's absolutely fascinating to stick around We'll be right back You're listening to the Tom Hartman program called two O two 8 O 8 99 25 Last Mike Rothschild is our guest for the hour His new book well worth checking out and get this book The storm is upon us I've been telling you about my friends at four as a consumer group and how they help timeshare owners legally get out of their timeshares Forces client Alicia from Oregon went on a holiday vacation to Vegas with her husband He went to a comedy show and were given free tickets to a concert When they got to the concert no one was in the arena and then they were shuffled into a room where they were forced to watch video after video about a timeshare They couldn't leave until they signed because their IDs had been taken away Force was working with Alicia to help her get.

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Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 15 hrs ago

Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

"More than one point four million dollars has been raised as of Saturday afternoon for a man who spent forty three years behind bars before a judge overturned his conviction in a triple killing the Midwest innocence project set up the go fund me as they fought for Kevin Strickland's release noting he wouldn't receive compensation from Missouri the state only allows payments to people who were exonerated through DNA evidence so the sixty two year old doesn't qualify the judge ordered Strickland's released Tuesday and KMBC TV was there I didn't think they long Tom Strickland always maintained he was home watching TV and had nothing to do with the murders which happened when he was eighteen the prosecutor who asked for his release said evidence used to convict had since been recanted or disproven I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh "TOM" from Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:42 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "TOM" from Stephanie Miller

"Tom Hi Tom Hartman near my hidden history series includes ten timely and Paramount books that break down some of the biggest issues of today The first is the hidden history of guns in the Second Amendment where I look at the real history of guns in America had to do with slave patrols And what we can do to limit both their lethal impact and the power of the NRA The next is the hidden history of the Supreme Court and the betrayal of America where I lay out how Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon both committed treason to become president just to put right wingers on the Supreme Court and how the Supreme Court paid them back The third is the hid history of the war on voting who stole your vote and how to get it back where we look at how Hillary Clinton actually won the last election and common sense things that people can do to reclaim their rights to vote Coming this fall is the hidden history of monopolies how big business destroyed the American Dream and next spring you'll see the hidden history of oligarchy The rise of the hard right That's the hidden history series by yours truly Tom Hartman available wherever find books are sold Hey my new book is a hidden history of the war on voting who stole your vote and how to get it back is arriving in bookstores on February 10th I cover how the heartbeat of democracy depends on the vote This book goes in depth on the racist legacy of our vote and the unique struggles of women in Native Americans In part two there's a deep dive into the economic royalists modern war on voting and part three is the solutions How we get out there and get active Pre order now at any fine bookstore I'm also on the road of the book tour for the hidden history of voting Join me on Monday February 17th in San Francisco for the Berkeley arts and letters series on Wednesday February 19th a town hall Seattle Sunday February 23rd for the blue staple in Minneapolis On Friday February 28th that Powell's in Portland and Sunday March 1st in Chicago More information is available at Tom Hartman dot com This book is the third in the series after the hidden history of guns in the Second Amendment and the hidden history of the Supreme Court and the betrayal of America Order your copy now the hidden history of the war on voting In the forward to Tom Hartman's book the last hours of ancient sunlight the fate of the world and what we can do before it's too late renowned author Joseph Chilton pierce writes to discover brilliant innovative creative and original thinking is one of life's rare privileges To discover that such a thinker has focused on the most critical of all issues facing our species is encouraging Because the last hours of ancient sunlight is a seminal work offering a viewpoint original yet ancient I see our situation today in a new light And because of the scope and depth of this work I find it inspiring as well as disturbing I rather exhausted superlative and praise of Tom Hartman's book the profits way which I readly called the most important book I've ever read But now I find a sequel cone for equal praise since the issue here addresses the whole of our species and indeed all species The last hours of ancient sunlight the fate of the world and what we can do before it's too late by Tom Hartman in bookstores everywhere Change starts with you You can be calling your democratic or Republican representatives to let them know what you think by calling two O two two two four 31 21s The capital switchboard it'll get you right through to him We have a new video over at Tom Harmon dot com for supporters of our program that centers around this clip from 1978.

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Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Oveckin's hat trick gives Capitals a 4-3 win over Panthers

"Alex events can registered his twenty eighth career hat trick as the capitals won for the eighth time in ten games four three over the Panthers a veteran scored twice in the fifty six second span of the second period and pulled within nineteen goals of former Cappy armor yarder for third on the NHL's all time list a Vatican says he stepped up his game after being hit in the mouth by a park five minutes into the contest it was a wake up call for you know but again thank god I didn't lose any teeth like it was not a major Tom Wilson also scored and if getting because that's a fat three assists as Washington ended Florida's four game winning streak Jonathan Huberdeau seventh goal gave the Panthers a one nothing lead just thirty two seconds after the opening faceoff I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

01:01 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Just the veteran themselves It's their whole family It brings it all together We have scars that we carry and just because of scars are there doesn't mean that we're any less than what we were right now I'm the best version that I ever have been with myself I can embrace the brokenness You wouldn't go into battle alone You don't have to fight this alone Visit wounded warrior project dot org slash not alone Washington's mall one O 5.9 FM W M where Washington comes to talk It is when I radio when I say hello to Tom calling from Indiana Tom I'm going to ask what part of Indiana are you in Tom I'm in northwestern Indiana Laurel Indiana is the name of my count Okay I spent three years in Fort Wayne Indiana and I loved it Oh yeah I'm a truck driver for 34 years and I've never seen stores like this Our shelves have been on and off there on numerous items since July And for the administration to say 53 61 is going to feed a family of ten for Thanksgiving I don't know what they're thinking and just I'm amazed at I call them the sheeple the sheeple of America believing the lies of this administration They're out and out goal is to make our country a third world country and have us under their thumb relying on them for all the stuff I just can't imagine the people not being smart enough to see through their lives about our taxes and gas prices and everything they're doing just to destroy our country It is you know what you know what the thing is though The thing is though Tom the thing is they've got the media that helps to sell the lie I mean look at how many of these media outlets reported that Kyle rittenhouse was a cold blooded killer when it was clear.

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Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got back on the winning track after two straight losses by defeating the New York Giants thirty to ten Tom Brady threw for three hundred seven yards including touchdown passes to Chris Godwin and Mike Evans it was seven seventy second career touchdown breaking the franchise record formerly held by running back Mike Alstott giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw two interceptions each of which led to a Tampa Bay field goal the only highlight of the night for New York was a touchdown pass from Jones to tackle eligible Andrew Thomas I'm Tom Aikens

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Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:26 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Why did it have the opposite effect For those who really really need it That's how we knew that things were coming undone Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg video dot com Bloomberg the world is listening It mines thinking of questions How far apart are the two Americas right now Someone's bound to ask the one you most want answered What defines that as the year goes on Tom Keene Jonathan perro and Lisa brahmins How do you explain the fact that you have not seen a cheer from equity traders Bloomberg surveillance Will that occur within market stability Weekday mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com For the Jewish.

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Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 d ago

Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

"AP sports I'm David Shuster the Phoenix Suns got off to a slow start this NBA season but they are in high gear now riding a thirteen game winning streak following Monday's one fifteen one eleven victory at San Antonio elsewhere Memphis scored the final seven points in their win on the road at Utah one nineteen one eighteen other winners included Brooklyn Charlotte Atlanta Boston Milwaukee Minnesota Indiana and Philadelphia who defeated Sacramento off the court lebron James and I'd say it's stored both suspended following their altercation Sunday James getting one game store getting too on the collegiate level this week's a people has Gonzaga at UCLA at numbers one and two both played in one Monday night inside a one oh seven fifty four over central Michigan UCLA seventy five sixty two over Bellarmine Gonzaga and UCLA face off later this week and then pro football Tom Brady keeps rolling on the seven time Super Bowl champion had a pair of touchdown passes is Tampa Bay blew out the New York Giants thirty to ten I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

01:13 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tom" discussed on Balance of Power

"We know that people are seeing some higher prices higher prices at the gas pump some higher food prices and that that's challenging for families But the evidence really points to this being about the historic pandemic about the supply chain challenges that we know that businesses have faced not just here in the United States and around the world And that is why the president and his focused so much on unclogging the supply chains making sure that the ports have the tools that they need to keep goods flowing And in fact that's what we've been seeing especially over recent weeks There's more stuff flowing through the ports now out on the West Coast than there ever has been And major retailers are saying hey our shelves are fully stocked for the holiday season So I think that there is a balance here but you know it is really important to the American people that we get that unemployment rate down and really appreciate the focus on that policy as well Thanks to doctor Heather Boucher of the council of economic advisers coming up we talked to lael branner's former boss Laura Tyson on what we should know about her That's next you're listening to balance of power on Bloomberg radio This is Bloomberg The Alzheimer's association and the ad council present the story of Tom and Levi Tom is the smartest man I know He's been a professor at two major universities He's been a teacher for over 40 years One day he told me that he was having problems in his classes I think one of the students I asked the question and he didn't remember the answer I also noticed that he's letting his class out earlier than they were supposed to let out And he was telling them that he was doing it.

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Young sets record, No. 2 Bama tops No. 21 Arkansas 42-35

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Young sets record, No. 2 Bama tops No. 21 Arkansas 42-35

"Second ranked Alabama clinched a spot in the SEC championship game by winning the SEC west title with a forty two thirty five victory over number twenty five Arkansas Heisman Trophy candidate Bryce young added to his credentials by passing for a school record five hundred fifty nine yards as he completed thirty one of forty passes for five touchdowns have accounts like that is definitely a blessing but you know that's definitely it it's going to go down and and and it's gonna be written as a something I did in reality that's a reflection of the whole team Jamison Williams caught three of young's TD passes for thirty two yards forty yards and seventy nine yards the latter which proved to be the margin of victory the Crimson Tide wanna step game matching Florida state's record of fourteen straight double digit win seasons I'm Tom Mariam

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Caleb Williams leads No. 12 Oklahoma past Iowa State 28-21

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Caleb Williams leads No. 12 Oklahoma past Iowa State 28-21

"Twelfth ranked Oklahoma kept its slim hopes alive for college football playoff berth by downing I was the twenty twenty one what about Caleb Williams ran for a touchdown pass for another to lead the Sooners to a come from behind win the cyclones took a seven nothing lead five minutes into the game but less than a minute later Williams ran seventy four yards for the tying score the Sooners then took the lead nine seconds before halftime when Jaylen Redmond returned a fumble forty two yards for a touchdown Williams then threw an eleven yard TD pass to Merrill Williams in the third quarter to cushion the lead I'm Tom Mariam

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 As tourism brightens, Times Square hopes to regain luster

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

As tourism brightens, Times Square hopes to regain luster

"As tourism brightens across the US with the upcoming holidays and the opening of borders new York's time square hopes to regain its pre pandemic luster even as visitors again crowd time square the shops restaurants and hotels are still reeling from the pandemic with vaccinated foreign tourists now welcome back in the U. S. New York is hoping a stream of money travelers will hasten the area's economic comeback how quickly that happens could be a barometer for the rest of the U. S. tourism industry Tom Harris is president of the Times Square alliance with more Broadway shows opening up with the international tourists returning and with the office workers returning the

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

"The capital's role to a six one win over the penguins in Sidney Crosby's return to the Pittsburgh lineup garnet Hathaway of getting his nets off Conor Sheary Daniel Sprong and Tom Wilson each had a goal and an assist in the caps fourth win in a row Wilson says they never let up their team that if you give them an inch they they can get back in and they can make you pay so we wanted to stay on top of the specially going into the third Alex of that's gonna added two assists and VTech vantage check handle twenty four shots for Washington the penguins got Crosby and defenseman Brian dumoulin back from the NHL's cove in nineteen protocol Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan also is back from protocol but the pens didn't score after J. cancels first period tally I'm Dave Ferrie

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Brady picked off twice in 1st; Bucs lose to Washington 29-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Brady picked off twice in 1st; Bucs lose to Washington 29-19

"Taylor Heinicke threw for two hundred fifty six yards on a twenty yard touchdown pass to the Andre Carter as the Washington football team upset the Buccaneers twenty nine nineteen Washington intercepted Tom Brady twice in the first quarter but he did manage to throw two touchdown passes his second one to Mike Evans brought the books to within twenty three nineteen early in the fourth quarter Heinecke then led Washington on the nineteen play eighty yard drive in ten minutes and twenty six seconds for the final touchdown for offense to have the ball there ten minutes left up by four and to go nineteen plays and go down there and and and and it's like that's huge for us especially with how it's been going last for weeks Antonio Gibson scored on a pair of one yard touchdown runs Craig heist Landover Maryland

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So Bill De Blasio Is Offering Clown Services Now?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

So Bill De Blasio Is Offering Clown Services Now?

"Hawk newsome has been going out with Eric Adams who is going to be taking over for mayor the ball Zio in New York The ball zo is an idiot I'm really sorry Some people are like it's just true The ball is a communist and communism is for more of us So he wants to start instituting as he implied the other day A vaccine passport for 5 to 11 year olds So people don't want more of the ball He couldn't run He was term limit again But Eric Adams would be coming in So jib was looking around He was doing some homework for this segment I asked him and he was he had put in a search engine the balls he and stunningly the balls he was offering like clown services amazing I did not know this in addition to being a he's apparently a capitalist selling clown services for kids parties I did not know this about the ball zo But Jim found this the other day online This is just crazy I don't know if I would book this but I'll put it out there We'll give him a free promo Check this out Hey kids today we have a really special guest It's da the clown Hey kids Good to see you My name's daval zo You know what we're gonna do for fun today We're gonna stick a needle in your arm with an experimental vaccine We've got one for everyone Wow I don't know if I booked that clown The balls you know I mean for a communist these certainly at the capitalism selling his clouts It's a joke It's a Tom kercher The fact checker had politis It's a joke It's a joke Is that subject to a fact check There's fact checked and budget There is in fact no de ballsy or the clown Injecting kids at child's brother It's a joke

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Dan Schools Hapless 'Fact-Checker' Tom Kertscher

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Schools Hapless 'Fact-Checker' Tom Kertscher

"Many of you listen to my show specifically my podcast know that we become the target of America's worst fact checker a colossal diploid tool bag known as Tom kercher Tomson embarrassment to his family the country the cosmos sentient beings anywhere oh this is the part of the show there Yeah don't piss me off Don't do it So Tom targets my Facebook page because he's a hapless buffoon who couldn't get a real job So he works for politis Just take a look at his picture on the screen You'll know what I mean Tom kercher's name and what he does is he sits at home all day probably in a snuggie eating cocktail weenies and he goes through my Facebook page and because my Facebook page is a quite popular place to find truth and he's probably a leftist nut He tries to find posts that they can flag Now we're taking it up with Facebook that this guy has personally targeted my page He spends an inordinate amount of time doing it So I had posted the other day that Joe Biden's infrastructure Bill which we don't have the tax money for is going to hike the deficit by the amount of spending because we don't have the tax base to pay for it Now how he managed to threaten by three threatens us by the way He sends us these emails You will respond by 5 p.m. you can kiss my caboose there daddy O You're gonna threaten me look at you you goof wad You get a threat me What are you kidding me What do you like Joe Pesci from Goodfellas a spider I think it'd be a Drake boom should have been a leg I mean he sends me this threatening email You better send us the facts to back that up You want me to send up just to be clear send you the facts To back up a prediction about the accumulation of a fiscal deficit that hasn't happened yet This is where the this is what these fact

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Coach K wins Garden finale as Duke tops Kentucky 79-71

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coach K wins Garden finale as Duke tops Kentucky 79-71

"Duke ranked ninth in the AP's preseason college basketball poll tipped off the new season with a seventy nine seventy one victory over temporary Kentucky in the second game of champions classic at Madison Square Garden number three Kansas won the opener eighty seven seventy four of a Michigan state the blue devils were led by two freshman guard Trevor kills topped all scorers with twenty five points well forward Paulo bunker and a twenty two to begin March the subsidies final season as dukes head coach in the earlier game Kansas road senior ocio barges twenty nine points to a win over the Spartans Tom Mariam New York

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U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

The Dan Bongino Show

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

"Remember the narrative about inflation when we first started when we first started to see prices creeping up What was the narrative first Jim Inflation's not real you're conservative media hosts You're all a bunch of bad things It's all nonsense And then the narrative was as prices started to become more widespread and their increases became noticeable All right there may be inflation but it's really not that big of a deal And then the third narrative was okay it's a big deal now inflation but don't worry it's transitory It'll go away And now that the numbers came out annualized inflation up 8.6% a number we haven't seen in decades now all of a sudden the new narrative is not only these inflation not transitory not only is it likely here to stay for a while but don't worry it's actually a good thing Come on they didn't do that No they did Here is an actual headline by MSNBC James saros wiki forgive me if I'm saying your name wrong it's not intentional How COVID became the unlikely hero of our inflation crisis And the sub had line makes you really wanna laugh where they play it down and insist don't worry This is a good thing inflation because the government printed a lot of money and gave it to people to spend So it doesn't really matter that you have nothing to buy and there's a supply chain crisis What matters is you have a lot of paper in digital money to spend on things you can't actually buy That's what matters That's an actual piece in MSNBC by the way Now for people who don't think inflation is a problem in that just printing people are printing four people money and giving it to them even though they can't buy products because we don't have them And don't understand how the productivity side of an economy is the important side Right folks it's not the demand side You can demand whatever you want Tom Hanks and Wilson and cast away when they get caught on that island by themselves demanded a lot They probably demand that a steak dinner They probably demanded access to a movie library The man that access to their old favorite songs but Tom Hanks was caught on an island where he had a lot of FedEx boxes full of a lot of stuff he couldn't use and he didn't demand So he had a lot of things he could trade but he had nobody to trade them with because no one was producing anything he demanded Having a bunch of money to go out and buy stuff that doesn't exist is

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Inflation is Transitory? Yeah Right...

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Inflation is Transitory? Yeah Right...

"Here is a supercut had tipped the great Tom Elliott at graban This is a supercut of the evolving message on inflation where don't worry inflation's no big deal Don't worry it's transitory And don't worry this is actually a good thing Jim queue up for me cut 5 is about a minute and ten seconds Check this out We take inflation very seriously Economists call all these things transitory effects These one time increases in prices are likely to have only transitory effects on inflation There will be a transitory impacts as it relates to inflation I believe it's transitory temporary or transitory impact Demand it will be transitory These inflation rises will be transitory that they will come back down next year Inflation is going to come down next year Inflation will come down next year Welcome inflation The overwhelming consensus is going to pop up a little bit and then go back down People fully expect this inflation to be temporary There's nobody suggesting there's not such inflation on the way No serious economies The president's build back better agenda as a whole will ease some of that inflationary pressure The bipartisan infrastructure deal and build back better agenda could likely ease inflationary pressures It will ease longer term inflationary inflationary pressures We're going to ease inflationary pressure I don't think that these investments will drive up inflation at all Build that better will not increase inflation The overall build back better vision is designed to reduce inflationary

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Ovechkin ties Hull for 4th all-time; Caps down Sabres 5-3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ovechkin ties Hull for 4th all-time; Caps down Sabres 5-3

"Our service can scored his seven hundred forty first career goal and set up two others as the capital's defeated the Sabres five three of that can tide Brad hall for fourth on the all time goals list it's nice to be in that company you know it's a pretty big numbers so we just move on obviously it's it's nice to be tied back to the hospital also a couple games left Tom Wilson added two goals and Evgeny Kuznetsov contributed his ninth tenth eleventh assist for the caps karmic Michael and John Carlson also scored and VTech vantage check made twenty saves for the capitals Cody Eakin Anders Bjork and Colin Miller scored for the sabers who suffered a fifth consecutive defeat I'm Dave Ferrie

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O'Connell, Bell help Purdue take down No. 5 Spartans 40-29

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

O'Connell, Bell help Purdue take down No. 5 Spartans 40-29

"The last of the big ten unbeatens has gone down Purdue in becoming bowl eligible stage for forty to twenty nine win over Michigan state with boilermaker quarterback Aiden o'connell passing for five hundred thirty six yards goes back to our team our coaches the players on our team just wanted to win and believing that they can win so that's what it's all about you know week after week it's it's a battle in the big ten and every week's gonna be a dogfight Purdue receiver David bell hauled in eleven catches for two hundred seventeen yards eight in one Michigan state tied it at twenty one only to see the Boilermakers score sixteen unanswered points Spartan running back Kenneth Walker rushed for one hundred forty six yards Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana

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Taylor, ground game help Colts find easy path past Jets

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Taylor, ground game help Colts find easy path past Jets

"In a game that produce more than one thousand yards of total offense the colts prevailed beating the jets forty five to thirty Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor rushed for one hundred seventy two yards quarterback Carson Wentz pass for two hundred seventy two obviously we and all three phases love to finish better but to get up early and kind of you know those first I think for Dr thank you scored offensively that was definitely encouraging and someone used third string New York quarterback Josh Johnson came into the game in the second quarter when Mike white left with an arm injury Johnson passed for three hundred seventeen yards and three touchdowns as the jets fall to two in six at the colts improved to foreign five Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

02:48 min | Last month

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Welcome. Tom decrease show this week. Joining us dr smash through. They'll obsessed and mike jackson and our host. Tom debris this we're going to start a series that will run through the master october. An investing one one series. This week will be covering annuities. You wanna make sure tune in for each week because it's going to be great information you're not gonna wanna miss so take it away. Tom back in. May elizabeth and i went to a wedding in jackson mississippi. And about oh. I don't.

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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"And so bert went. His way continued to sing on his own. And oh there. I am again and then i that means we're breaking we have a brain. We're going right. I know from watching television. That means we're wrapping this segment. I segment turn around there. you go. You're listening to the tom. Depre- show with mardi gates. Jennifer is gonna join us in the second half of the hour. We'll be back in. Just a few minutes coming to you from nashville tennessee. Nah nah a april high unemployment. America's bernie sanders on twenty two thousand dollars virtual here history again. Doors joe biden newsradio. Six thirty w la. Hi this is tom. Depre- if you've been listening to mainstream media you might have deduced that our new president has been decided and that there are no remaining questions but the facts are much different. There are ongoing legal challenges. Alleging vote fraud in multiple jurisdictions. The legal options for those making..

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Just nothing else. Put your money in You know the all the rules that i grew up with in this market. They just don't seem to apply as much today. Now you know supply and demand still applies But demand Well and that may be function of as much money. We haven't created as many stocks as we have dollar sh- and Or bonds and They have chased it to where In yielded nothing anymore. Much right right. So i mean you know i it's There will that at some point. Create inflation well. We've been thinking it was going for the last really since the financial crisis that's been twelve years in you know we haven't had any inflation much in twelve years. There hasn't been any right. And i think it has to do with the destruction of debt that occurred during the and which is deflationary came off the balance sheet. And i think i think too. I think that the has become very very complacent with inflation. you know. I think that The toilet paper but the toilet paper pandemic of yeah march and april. I think that kind of opened some people's eyes to to what inflation can really look at your what sparsity can really look like. And i just shortage as well. Well you know what the key to that is us leaves. Oh yeah don't you. Just don't don't don't go the bathroom exactly but you get. What i'm saying is this is like a that was finally like you know something like that could be the tiny little spark that you need to think that kicked the whole no toilet papers are oh crap who'd be well. That wasn't supposed to happen. I don't know if there's a better time for me to jump in and after that you've been listening to the tom depress show coming to you from the debris financial studios on main street. If you like what you've heard you can find our radio show on podcast at anywhere. You listen to your favorite podcast. We appreciate you listening. We hope you'll join us next week. And i think. Christmas is in the air. At least it is around here so get ready for christmas. Go buy some gift cards from your local restaurants.

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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Family man carolers. That's the holiday spirit. Speaking of which simplisafe home security is having a huge holiday sale. Right now you can get thirty five percents off the new system and a free camera simplisafe dot com slash holiday. That's thirty five percent off the system. Us news named the best twenty twenty simply say. Protect your whole home. Twenty four seven with monitoring by professionals the sale ends soon so go to simplisafe dot com slash holiday for thirty five percent off. End free camera today. This is tom depre-. If you've been listening to mainstream media you might have to use. Our new president has been decided and that there are no remaining questions but the facts are much different. There are ongoing legal challenges. Alleging vote fraud in multiple jurisdictions the legal options for those making those claims or far from exhausted despite media claims to the contrary if you would like to stay informed about these developments. I'd advise you to follow news. Max one america news network or room pandemic and the website of the eric metaxas radio show. These are good places to start get alternative views on what is happening and also be sure to listen to the tom. Depre- show on newsradio six thirty w. l. a. p. w. l. a. p. dot com from seven to nine saturday more apt because it ain't always wonderful stay informed at the top of the hour news radio six thirty. Ap other the one.

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The Tom Dupree Show

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Dixie got some rain. Well we're all by burning up the ruling sheriffs that dog again thanks. He's really got to cook plans to do a lot of trouble looking. Tom decrease show. I reserve this first segment for itself usually have financial guys joining us. But tom's gonna go on the little of a rant about guess what texas normally for those of us who can only stand me for one hour In i'm relegated to question ask her in the second hour I'm going to take a little bit of liberty today to talk about a things The first thing. I want to talk about. Is this lawsuit that The attorney general of texas has filed against the states of georgia pennsylvania. Wisconsin and michigan And for those of you who either haven't been following it in. How could you not be following it. But there are people. That don't and i don't get that but for those who haven't or even those who have i will impart you my understanding of the case and then we're going to have a little prayer time which you can feel free to enter into or not but I feel very strongly about Where we are right now in the history of our republic. It's not a democracy. It's the republic So the lawsuit arising from texas Deals with a couple of constitutional questions The first one as i understand it and legal scholars could could certainly make me more understanding of it but this is my layman's understanding of it. The question is How does one on a state level make rules or laws governing its elections and that the constitution specifies that it should be done through state legislatures. All the states have a bicameral legislatures as does the federal government in governing federal elections which is the effective agent of the states. It's not meant to be the dominant factor the state's working for the feds. It's the fed's working for the state in the case of federal elections You have a certain rules that have to be a hidden by. That's my own word. And the case of these four states that are being sued by texas The rules got changed by courts and elected officials. And that ain't the way it's supposed to be is the case in pennsylvania which may be the most egregious of those They changed all the rules on mail in ballots on on various ways of doing things in and basically in the View of texas compromised the elections. So why does texas have the standing that is required for one to have to even be filing this lawsuit. The reasoning is that its citizens. It believes were disenfranchised by these other states not abiding by the constitution. So basically officials other than legislature's made the rules of how these elections got done and they were involving. Drop boxes and ways that you could deliver ballots and things like that the second point as i understand it is what's called the equal protection provisions. Which i think is in the fourteenth amendment. I'm not a constitutional scholar. So therefore i don't have the ability to cite it as a lawyer. But that means basically equal protection means that it's one person one vote throughout the federal system. And they're one of the cases where this did not happen was in philadelphia and in pittsburgh where They allowed people to basically come in and fix their votes and do things in In violation of the us constitution the other counties in pennsylvania abided by the constitution. they didn't in those counties. Now let's talk about the overview. We know the election was stolen. We know there was massive fraud. It's on tape. We've got miles and miles of affidavits of people who saw happening who participated in the truck driver going from long island to pennsylvania. He didn't know what he was carrying but he got there and they made him go to harrisburg and then somewhere else and then he was missing his trailer. And then all of a sudden it shows up full of ballots there were just sort of malfeasance and it happened in michigan. You know michigan is all joe. Biden is out there basically admitting it because he doesn't have the brain power to keep his mouth shut. I mean he said before the election. We've got the biggest Voter fraud of operation. Ever in the history. It's known well known within the democratic establishment. What happened the problem. Is people in the media people in government both democrat and republican. Don't wanna admit.

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The Tom Dupree Show

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"For us for the first hour first half of the hour. That's the key that we need to wrap up the first segment of a special edition of tom. Depre- show with jim grant. We'll be back in just a few minutes coming to you from the professional studios on main street in lexington boy that was a mouthful back in.

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The Tom Dupree Show

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Another thing that people don't think about is this idea of working up to just X point and then quitting your best earning asset sometimes even after quote retirement is yourself and you know, one of the things I've seen this is people like doctors that can't keep working because their malpractice insurance is so high but if you continue to do something It'll not only you know, I think a lot of people don't like feeling like they're retired. They you know, they want to be active and doing something with their lives along with, you know, saving for retirement putting money aside that kind of thing but you know, it just seems to me that with the ability to do something is also important absolutely next one want to hit on is having an open communication with your spouse or family member close loved ones having that open communication during those times. You may want to you want everyone on board with the plan if you will, that's one of the big reasons we like to meet with Both spouses here in the office because you can't have one pull in one way one pull in the other cuz it makes it hard hard makes it very hard. And so you want the whole you you want all the horses pulling in the same direction. It makes the plan work a lot easier but to do that I have to have the communication. Yeah talking about money for some people's very uncomfortable. Yeah, but it's so important even if you don't serve whoever the money person is in the relationship, whoever that may be the other one may not be interested in the finer points of it but having that communication so everybody knows from the ten thousand foot view what's going on so important And it's one of the hardest things to talk about it really is and I don't know why money issues like that. Because people feel powerless around it. They they feel like it's bigger than them. Sometimes. You know that it's it's hard to get your thoughts around and then then you've got these expenses that sometimes are more than what you think. They're going to be and and you know, it's it's just the minute you think you've got everything lined out, you know, you don't right and I think that that plays into people's fears, right? The next one. This is from a portfolio management from an investment standpoint. It's the it's titled hanging onto losers what that's talking about is stocks or Investments that go down in a in a market downturn that go down and you hold on to them too long. This is something that everyone who is Ever invested has done wrong or whether they want to admit it or not. Right but it's something that you can get better at these things. You know, investing is something you can improve on over a long time and you know, one of the reasons one of the many reasons why we work as a team, you know to try to avoid some of these pitfalls But when you hang onto a stock say it's gone down 60% emotionally. It's very hard to schedule it because what you're saying is Well, I was wrong on that. Maybe you were maybe you weren't maybe you could still be right that in the long-term this thing could work out but that's the way too I think really think about it. You're wrong, right but it's okay to be wrong. Yeah. Yeah, but the thing is, how do you react to it? You know you think of it is? Okay, if this if this were flat if I was looking at this investment versus the other opportunities, which one makes sense out of a long-term standpoint and it's it's opportunity cost at that point. I mean I see this often, you know people tend to Make it very personally when it comes to Investments because your your ego does get tend to get tied up with your investment decisions and often. Sometimes you just have to separate your ego from you know, your money and realize that you know, it's it's not personal. This is a decision that you made and now you have to make another decision to to get past it and it's it's tough to do but you know, that's that's what will happen perhaps, you know help you over time and help you get out of that situation. I see Tom. It's he just pointed at the board. Like I wasn't watching it. You're.

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The Tom Dupree Show

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"That are suffering a lot more than we are and sure. You know, sometimes it's helpful to remember others also as part of your plan. Absolutely. So absolutely so long version C fund what that set up for is for an emergency and you need to be willing to be able to tap into that when hard times come the next wage is no re-entry plan. We've talked the last several weeks about timing markets. You know, why you shouldn't try to time the market timing the market can be one extreme to the other be it going all to cash or going all in stocks or all-in-one stock or one sector making big bets one way or the other and there's a lot of reasons why you shouldn't do that from a long-term standpoint, but yep. Say you go you you say okay. I can't handle another March timeframe of volatility. So I'm going to adjust my long-term plan and I'm not go 50% cash instead of what your long-term plan was, you know 30% in bonds you adjust that to say only take 50% put it in bonds or cash. Okay, I can understand that, you know, but what you have to have when you do that is a plan on how to get that money back invested, you know and have some thought out a plan thought out beforehand so you can implement it because one or two things you're going to three things are going to happen one the market does what she think it's going to do it goes down and you're happy while you still need to Get back invested. The second thing that could happen is the market goes up when you thought it was going to go down. You need to have a plan on how you're going to get reinvested back in and that's I think where you where it's so important to be able to talk to someone and have that laid out. There's there's accountability there, you know, if somebody's say okay this played out the way we thought it was going to or maybe it didn't but here's how we need to react now because we have to get back on track for the long-term plan. Right and I mean when you think about it, March of this year was a classic example of you know, what can happen how markets can react quickly, you know, like they did the market dropped quickly over 35% but with the same speed at recovered, so if you had gotten out of the market, you really wouldn't have thought too much time to get back in. Yeah, I mean literally some of the biggest up days were the day after the biggest down days. And so those those returns are clustered together off and that's why you have to be able to move quickly or stay on your long-term plan and not deviate from it. Right and I mean depending on your age, you know, if you are relatively young and if you have many years ahead of you while you are still working and can keep investing and sometimes it's best just not to focus as much thought. The markets, you know, if you keep focusing on it, then you're you are bound to think that certain things are going to happen which may or may not happen. Sometimes your best strategy is to you know, maybe watch it once every few months if you must but just stick to your long-term plan and not try to make active, you know bets on the market, right? And I think the key on that plane, even though is that you understood it going into it you you had something that was laid out to you that was clear on this is how you know, we may react in a down Market. This is one that you own in the portfolio, but having that plan clearly laid out that'll help you avoid making big moves one way or the other, you know the on the extremes, you know, if it's somebody going from 30% and bonds to 50% bonds. That's one thing if it's going from, you know, 30% bonds to 100% cash that's something else. So you just have to be careful and it stayed disciplined right? And you always have to remember that markets are not very obvious. You know, sometimes they do the opposite of what most people expect. And the reason for that is that you know, the market knows, you know as individuals. We think we know something is going to happen. But what we know is already known it's it's not new information. So there's a good chance that the market is already pricing that in while you are thinking about it. So long markets are not, you know, like mathematics, you know, it's not a will happen, hence, you know, this will happen or or physics. So there's a lot of psychology involved their thoughts. So sometimes it's best just to have a system rather than you know constantly thinking about what will happen next, right? The next one want to touch on is wage. Funding a retirement plan. Sometimes it's not possible. You know, like you were saying Tom, I mean sometimes cash flow stops, you know, if it's a wage loss of job loss of employment type of scenario, but if it's not if it's just a downturn in the stock market, but you're still you still have a job. You still have the income coming in home make your contributions to the 401K 403 b whatever retirement plan you may have continued making those contributions home. Cuz a it's if it's the company match it's free money be you want to have that money going in the dollar cost averaging so that way you're buying more shares at that lower price, you know..

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The Tom Dupree Show

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Got The feeding. Welcome back to the top depre- show for the second half of the hour. The Dr. Phillips Sexton and Tom do pre powered by two pre potential group. Now, wait a minute we had tom does she on the first half? I did not say Tom. I. Do I got the same last name? So I can't say that. Take it away, Tom. On the new grass revival or just maybe maybe it's just the John Cowan Band? You guess the wrong way it is just new grass revival. Chocolate. I just heard Sam Bush on their. You. Say a Bush. You said John Cowan. Though I heard Sam Bush on the property..

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The Tom Dupree Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Supposed to govern based on the law and based on the Constitution. And I Think. We need our politicians to take back from trying to be celebrities. focused on the law. And ultimately provide context clarity and. Consistency. To the rest of us here in the US who are trying to do our part and and fit into the box. That, we live in look if these if these individuals in Congress and in the Senate. if they want to be celebrities, they should move out to La and and get a netflix special because. I think they've got all the money these days. Netflix. Well. Netflix. Does talk about changing the supply chains the great story on it, which will have to cover some other time but you know Tom I think the bottom line is the country is strong. The constitution is strong We simply need to be united and we need a singular focus on uniting the country providing clarity context saying consistency. Yeah. I would agree with you on that one. So, speaking of doing your part. What lies ahead for for Truman's the the brand I wanted to get back to that just for a little bit. Yeah. So look we're gonNA continue to innovate. We're GONNA continue to. The light customers get products to them that that they love we've got one of the best customer service platforms that helps customers out with any issues. We've got some new exciting products coming out in the next month or so as I mentioned, we're working on a deal that puts Truman's outside of the US. So there's a lot of celebrations ahead that we can't wait share with with everyone including you. That's great. and. That's you can find information about Don's company at www dot truman's dot com is that that's great. It's just Truman's right. John. Room to carry. Truman. But with an APP, so true dot com and you know what's I hate to make an admission but. My computer just POPs up to I don't even have to put the whole word in its way to check about what the site exactly said, but I am A. devoted consumer and. Every time you can ask Tom that's why knows about all the colors bottles and I've learned to use it and and I like it. Yeah. The you know the sprayed in the shower while you're taking the shower and it takes the ease off the job and the the floor cleaner is absolute favorite. And the wind is the windows are good and. The, kitchen sink is good to. It's all good. Well I'm glad that Tom doing more cleaning in the house now that he's spending more time indoors. So that's wonderful. That's fun. Don't get you. Don't get your hopes to up. Any is participating in that. That's a good. Right absolutely participation is. An upgrade for sure. But you know when you're in the house all the time. with something like what we've been through you do notice the baseboards, need this and. The upholstery needs that and take, hey, come up with a pulse rate cleaner John that would be real working on it Elisabeth. We've we are off if any of them. Well I'm all for that. You know all about that. You know John I just want to. Applaud you on. Sort of being. Know transparent about. What it took. To. Go from just being a corporate worker. To An entrepreneur and the fact that you started and tried to do it initially and then didn't make it and went back to business school those are. Discussions that. If people will listen to those. They'll realize that It took me forever to open my own business I was forty eight years old. Scared. To death even at that. And I've been in the brokerage business for twenty five years, and then the company that we started with when we started. They were wanting to rope us back into the old yoke of slavery if you will that. You, you had in the brokerage business and we had to break away from that. and. Every time you take a step forward in your career or in your life, you're making progress if you will. It's usually painful and not pleasant. There be some elements of it that aren't so pleasant. But. Yeah. It's generally worth it and It's just good to discuss Frankly. Those thoughts and feelings and what goes into it. Absolutely and I think Tom what what you also bring up is the leap that you took. You really need to surround yourself with those people who will support you and those people who will be kind and cheer you on because look it's hard enough. For you to take the leap and it's hard enough to not beat yourself up. You know I think about decisions.

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The Tom Dupree Show

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Search Back on the ESP funds. Draw Oh sec what we got we got number seven okay. Birth so seven the seven habits of highly effective dividend investors. The seventh one is. They have enough financial literacy to make informed decisions sessions so this is knowing the language of finance you know understanding balance-sheets cash flow income statements being unable to try. I mean it's it. Accounting is no different print than any other language right. You just have to learn the language and then be able to interpret it And make a decision based on that interpretation So it's what we do. Anybody can do. Yeah but it takes a lot of time to do it You spending the time in the numbers spending the time with you know talking with management trying to get the feel understand stand a company. It just takes a lot of time and that's why you know we that's why we spent as much time that's why we have the team approach. Yeah to do do this because it does take so much time to do it properly right. So number seven down the towns looking at me like really the in the bluegrass. Does he really have a right to know. Tried to upset in the Bluegrass so so number. Seven out of the book is sharpened the Saul Sharpen the cell. So what's that really mean. So it's it's improve in the in in four areas of your life the physical aspect the mental aspect the social and the spiritual. And the thing that I I like about this and how it really relates to us. It depre- is that something we take great pride in and we're pretty consistent about this. We have throughout at the year for our clients lunch and learn seminars and the these are the areas we focus on for them to improve in sharpen. Didn't there saw. That's right now. I want to take it back. One one to number six was. I'm not over. Managing a portfolio sometimes sometimes a mutual fund. The manager that fund has no choice but to take action that he wouldn't want to join joins because of redemptions or things like the mechanics of the fund. He has no choice but to do that. One of the reasons we manage age our client. Portfolios individually is so that we're never backed into that corner right You know if if the fund has large redemptions they can't take advantage of fluctuations in the market with our approach. It doesn't matter what's going on with other clients that we have if we see an opportunity in the market we can take advantage of that with our clients because we're not constrained by the mechanics antics of a fund or things like that. So we can we can act in their best interest and try to be opportunistic right. It's a really good point. Yeah it is a good point all right you got another article here. ESPN funds Draw Se. Scrutiny the ES G funds are Environmental Social Governance challenges that they're supposed to be socially responsible socially responsible bonsle investing this. This is the new sound bite in having Yang here s g not be confused with EKG or yeah exactly as would be so es g ranking so they they look at various factors. It could be you know are they. socially responsible in compensation or they A. Oh Green. Are they all these different. Factors the problem with this to me if somebody wants to. I mean everybody has their beliefs. There are certain things that we won't invest in for one reason or another. There's some things that our clients say. Okay I don't want that in my portfolio. It's not in there. But when you try to make a fund that that adheres to these. Es G rules if you will you it's it's so subjective and arbitrary On how the because the SEC is actually getting involved because because they're saying hey. This is so vague. You're saying you're an. Es G Fund. How do you how do you prove that? You're adhering into these things you know how. How do you prove this arbitrary idea that you're adhering to these Sometimes questionable theories yeah And so they're trying to make it more standardized for the funds on how they do their rankings but it's so let's use the example. The fund manager is is supposed to be a fiduciary so let's say you have a pension fund and the the the managers of that fund. There's there's supposed to be a fiduciary for the pensioners of that if they're investing in an ES G fund. Let's say let's say the five of us. Four of us are are pensioners in this thing. Two of US I agree with this. Es G and two of US don't agree with it but the ES fund has lower returns than if we just would have invested in something else. How is that being a fiduciary for the pensioners because all of us don't agree on this trite so it's it's a questionable thing when somebody's acting in a fiduciary capacity passively? How do you invest in this? If the returns are lower or they don't accomplish the ultimate goals you're doing it purely for the reason of these environmental or social reasons. Yeah So what would let's let's talk about what some of the companies that would not fit inside an es g fund just give some examples oil companies all companies would be one they ought to be there the most host because they're dealing with the environment and they're trying to be that's the whole fallacy of this. Es G thing it's it's blatant Selective ISM an oil company can be a positive environmental force. Couldn't agree more absolutely you know. Now let's let's look at the reality about what oil really means to us. In America. We worship all as much as we worship money. Honey I mean you can't ignore that fact. I mean everything we use requires it it does for pleasure provides vides uh-huh pleasure. Yeah correct well a lot I mean for the most part. Yeah all right. What would be some others casinos casinos that drug cut companies? Probably I mean it could even be something like a tech company with the compensation of their CEO. 'cause they they look at alleged away from point from compensation levels. I mean the the. The newest one is Biblically responsible investing which is an. Es g AH derivative you know. I it was funny. I had this article ready to go and yesterday I got an email from a fun company. said did you know that this fund is now managed according to biblically responsible investing principles. They just they just got it. You know ooh authorized. It's I did a little looking on this fund and it was. It was fun I mean. The Fund is eleven million dollars eleven million dollar fund they charge. Oh two percent and and they own they own fifty. Six percent enough is in cash. It's it's a strategic you hear about this. I got I got an email email I got an email on it and I looked at it because I was like. Wow that fits right into the S G thing but yeah fifty six percents in cash for the year. It's up one one point nine six percent this year twenty nineteen so you that ties right into something. When I read this article I thought of it? This is is just nothing more. Es G FUND INVESTING ESPN investing. I guess it's a marketing tool. It's a marketing tool sound bite. Right asset grab whatever you WANNA call it. And that's all it is is this fund. The performance has been dismal. They're trying to find on some way to collect assets so now they're putting this label on it hoping that they get assets coming in but that's all it is. I mean they they they can't they can't have market based on anything else. So now it's like okay we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA hear this to biblically. responsible investing fifty-six percent cash. Yeah I mean it's just I. It's not doing what Jesus said to take your talents and go out eh money on them marrying them in the ground Jesus and follow me. He said get rid of the Mutual Fund. Ah also talked about the talents right. And you're giving talents I'm giving. What did we do with them? You know what we we did with our talents this year. Debris is we have gotten most clients better than twenty percent on their returns now. The market's been in good. We didn't hold back and sit fifty-six Brighton and cash worrying that the thing would thank now next week. Yeah we you were trusted trite just research. It's like everything else. All of this is so subjects it's perception and how you perceive receive a situation because the biblically observing Christian that Prosperity Ministry and everything it's largely based on cash you. You don't have any debt. You keep everything cash you you know so you can do good things for the kingdom you know. And that's that's their angle with this fun. Oh and by being in cash. That doesn't scare the the interpret data interpretation of the Gospel. Yeah crazy. Yeah they ought to. They ought to give back the two percent either charge into the money market. Whatever they've got the money? Sorry go ahead say you have to as an investor you have to be careful out there yeah there. There are a lot of sharks Ryan the water. There really are in there. They're selling stuff you know. Whatever the product it may be that they're they're selling things be this kind of a fund or annuities or whatever it may be an and and it's all based on a sound bite or this this this ten thousand view it's it's biblical it's safe? It's all these things. Yeah and you you can't you just have to do your research right and think about it and really dig in you know if if I just saw this email is like okay okay Responsible investing the the email look good but then look at what they own. Look at what it's done now. All right we gotta take a break. It is the Tom Tom Pre show. It's newsradio six thirty W. L..

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The Tom Dupree Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Else the the story that. I love that hard about hugh was a lady and her husband came and you were sitting across and she loves to tell the story. hope hope. She's listening but you sit across the table and you ask you like. Are you getting this and she's like I. I don't I don't mess with this. That's I you know that's his his job and she said that you took glasses and tom to free fashion and you know you like to put them up on your head and you moved you moved. You Moved Your Chore Head Yeah. He doesn't put them on his head. He puts on his forehead. Whatever come on on guy he's beating me down now. Now I want the listeners to get a visual Tom to pre glasses above his eyebrow browse under his hairline so he sits any pulls his chair up next year and he says No. You need to understand this you too because there may come a day where you need to understand this right and he said across and explained it to heart fire and this is something that you know she she still to this day preaches about the fact that you took the time to explain it to the the other story you know and that's where this this first one says prepare a go bag so it's a step one for the financial stewed spouse to prepare go bag of sorts just just like in the movies.

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The Tom Dupree Show

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Back on the tom bray show back with john short who held through the break johnny still with us. What did you think about the <hes> toledo oh guy kind of some kind of game one fourteen seven seven and nothing we didn't look good at the beginning of the game. Did we know we didn't take wilson easily trophy. Yes if you it it'd be leading candidate assured value well. Terry wilson's got some competition for the heisman <hes> <hes> i think the to me. The leading candidate is probably gonna be jalen hurts of oklahoma. He had a great yeah. Transferred oklahoma had five hundred yards total offense yeah. It's a lotta offense. Terry look good though he didn't get intercepted in the was hitting his man he he looked really good at. We're having a terry hineous kentucky from nineteen seventy nine to he's having to terry henry him. Oh oh you know talking about remember if he was beating my. We were undefeated season. Oh beat indiana. We will win relief and say we had nineteen three leading lost twenty three to nineteen year. Thank you sent me now we would be. I think it'll be on the c._d. Of a seventy nine i think it would be on the beating. Georgia and we were beating tennessee. I know well those are all what if we're undefeated so far this year so we got a got to win this game and then we got to play florida florida. That's right and to listen to thirty gene college quarterback. I remember talking. I while i was leaning forward. Maybe hand in the late. Eighties khanin came johnson now. Wilson gene college transfers starting quarterback right well john <hes> so you're you're thinking we're going to win by thirty five biggins tonight cindy seven hundred a._c._c. ultimate channel the pre game on ah three thirty all right well. We'll see what happens we will. We need to win in twenty twenty next year got having win. That's right i agree with you and and he's everything okay and easily win. Every citing cleaning district columbia these win that to all all of them all of them. That's right when easily i john. You're a great american and i appreciate it so every okay. Okay thank you and then taking turkey song. I didn't recognize taint tucker where the them her voice sounded different little raspy here. I like you much better. Results seventy-three nineties yeah yeah. She sounds a little more seasoned. We appreciate it. John take care sure thank you. That's jon short. I hadn't heard from him in a while missed him. Okay back to this thing on global warming. This is by bjorn lawrenceburg. He's the director of the copenhagen consensus sust center u._n. Climate panel found in its latest report that hurricanes have an increased current data sits indicate indicate no significant observe transient global cyclone frequency over the past century a a decade ago top ten top researchers sharply divided over whether global warming intensifies hurricanes together pointed out that the climate climate connection is a distraction from the main hurricane problems facing the united states now. Here's what it gets down to this. This is about vulnerability in rich countries like america. We should not allow so many houses to be built on flood plains or coastlines. We should insist insist on higher building standards and increase wetlands to handle flooding. We should stop federal insurance subsidies that encourage building in vernal all areas in the world's poorest countries. We should do more to reduce poverty because increased prosperity is the most effective way of building resilience. Don't amen you run into. If you go to different and <hes> tropical areas areas near the oceans resort areas you will see building taking replace.

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Sunk to welcome back to the tom depre- show got hugo. Mike johnson in this morning six occult as great drove the have.

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10:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Now back on the tom leykis show here's another opinion article about the fourth of.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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The Tom Dupree Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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