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Jackson-Davis leads No. 10 Indiana past No. 18 UNC, 77-65

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 hrs ago

Jackson-Davis leads No. 10 Indiana past No. 18 UNC, 77-65

"Number ten Indiana improves to 7 and zero with a 77 65 win against 18th ranked North Carolina. The hoosiers held the tar heels to 33% shooting and got 21 points from trace Jackson Davis, who called it a huge win for IU. You got to beat the best to be the best is what coach Woodson always says and he was not afraid of competition and that's why we put teams like North Carolina, Kansas, Arizona, on our schedule. It losing their third straight game, 5 and three North Carolina never seriously challenged in the second half. Tom mccabe Bloomington, Indiana

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Marc Morano: The U.S. Has a Long History of 'Reset' Ideology

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Marc Morano: The U.S. Has a Long History of 'Reset' Ideology

"Like me were a little bit slow to pick up on it because we thought, well, this has never happened. There's no precedent for this kind of thing. In our nation, and we can pretty much trust people even if they're on the different side of the political spectrum. They're not going to do anything crazy. But they did. They did. In fact, well, in the book, I go back to 1913 in the U.S., Woodrow Wilson's administration was when they first had this ideology, if you will, of the administrative state ruled by credentialed experts over all aspects of your life. And keep in mind, it wasn't done as an evil mastermind plot. This was presented as, you know, people aren't educated enough. We can actually have experts running most aspects of their lives and we can have an unelected bureaucrats literally in credentialed experts managing everything from nationalizing as well. The economy from agriculture to energy to food. All the way through. And this was seen as a positive benefit. Ebbed and flowed throughout the years. In the 1930s, Roosevelt had a kitchen cabinet adviser Stuart Chase, who actually proposed an early version of this great reset, literally nationalization of energy, stopping your government control of news and propaganda, his words. And he actually said, why should the Soviets have all the fun? And this was, of course, during the time when the soap Joseph Stalin was seen as this great reformer and Russia and all the progressives were very excited. So you fast forward and what happened is if you get into the 70s well, particularly the 90s and the last decade and the previous decade, you have a lot of these same progressives now replacing Russia with China. So you have Justin Trudeau saying China is he has basic admiration for their dictatorship. You have Tom Friedman of The New York Times decades ago saying that China's doing it right and that they don't have the messiness of democracy. The UN climate chief praising China. Obama administration officials

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Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 1 d ago

Support Our Prison Fellowship Angel Tree Campaign

"Yesterday, pretty good day with sponsoring kids for our angel tree Christmas campaign for prison fellowship, put yourself in the Christmas spirit, send a Christmas gift to the child of somebody who's in prison and you will be blessed because you're going to bless these kids, we got a little bit of an issue right now. Tom Trat up on our team is working on it. There's some problem with the cash or the banner at the top of the pay we go through this once in a while. We go to, if you go to Mike online dot com, there should be an angel tree banner at the top of the page, but as we discovered today, it's not appearing on a lot of versions. I guess safari, there's a problems. So give it a shot, though. Please go to Mike online dot com. $25 will send a Christmas gift. A message from the incarcerated parent and the Bible and the gospel to a child of an incarcerated prisoner. It's a beautiful ministry. It's a perfect Christmas gift. You will put yourself in the Christmas spirit by kicking things off. And if you can't find the banner at Mike online dot com and again, we apologize. We're working on fixing this. But you can just text the keyword angel to our MyPillow text line, which is 806 5 5 mic, 806 5 5 6 four 5 three, and we'll send you back the link where you can make a secure online donation, or you can just phone in your donation if you'd like. We had a number of people, I think, who donated the $1000 yesterday because I'm going to call everybody who made a $1000 donation. We'll extend that today. If you're blessed and you want to make a $1000 contribution, I'll give you a personal phone call this week to thank you. We could talk about solving the world's problems together on the phone. You could phone in your gift right now. 888-206-2788. That's 888-206-2788

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Respect for Marriage Act Will Impact Your Priest, Preachers & You

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Respect for Marriage Act Will Impact Your Priest, Preachers & You

"Lot going on up on Capitol Hill. That's going to impact your preacher. Now, I suspect a good many of you actually are regular church attenders you go to mass, maybe you go to synagogue, you go to church, whenever the doors are open, if you're a baptist, well you got Sunday morning, then you got Sunday school, and then you got Sunday discipleship training and then Sunday Night services, and then you've got Wednesday, prayer meeting service. Baptist go to church a lot. What can I tell you? But the reality is you folks who go to church, what's happening up on Capitol Hill today is going to impact you and you need to be very, very, very, very concerned. About what the Republicans are going to be up to. And you say, well, Tom, wait a second. I thought the Democrats were in charge of the. So yes, they are in charge. But 12 Republican senators, including Willard Mitt Romney and Lisa Murkowski, have sided with the Democrats to advance the respect for marriage act. Now, here's what we're looking for and we're waiting for. We are waiting for the vote, but we're also waiting for an amendment a vote on an amendment senator Mike Lee and Marco Rubio among others have urged their colleagues to insert language that would protect your preachers because as it now stands. If this law goes into effect, if this law happens, if Joe Biden signs his John Hancock on the piece of paper, then your pastor and your church would be subjected to lawsuit, so if let's just say a gay activist comes and they say, hey, we want to be married in your church and you say, well, we can't do that because you know we're Presbyterian or whatever. And they could, at that point, under this law, sue you.

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Ryan Girdusky: The GOP Disenfranchised White College Educated Voters

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:52 min | 1 d ago

Ryan Girdusky: The GOP Disenfranchised White College Educated Voters

"I want to begin by asking you to tell us a little bit about what you think happened in the midterms because I know people have sort of been debating this. The last month, you know, what happened, what we can do better next time. And I think that we need to talk about it because that way we can have a better game plan moving forward into 2024 and future elections so that we aren't blindsided again. I think there are a lot of things happen. I don't think there's any singular one lesson to be learned. I think there's multiple lessons. So let's start with the fact that turnout. The media has created this narrative, first of all, there was a quote unquote youthquake that millions of young people angry about abortion came out and voted in masses to elect Democrats. The data so far shows that that didn't happen at all. Didn't happen whatsoever. Republican turnout was actually extremely good in this election. And minority turnout, especially among Democrats, was extremely poor. That's why you're looking at Republicans probably getting over 40% of the Asian vote, somewhere in the high 30s of the Hispanic vote. And the black vote remains basically stagnated about 10%. Where Republicans faltered was among white college educated voters, especially independent voters. They were really disenfranchised with the Republican Party, even though they agree with them on issues like crime and immigration, and they don't approve of Joe Biden's performance in The White House. They were very upset over two big issues one being abortion and the idea of a national abortion ban. And secondly, the narrative over the fact that the 2020 election was so they didn't want to look backwards. They wanted to look forward. And I think that and on top of that, you've had major Republican both candidates and senators like Rick Scott and candidates like masters talking about the idea of privatizing social security, really, really irritated a lot of independent voters. So take us to Arizona, Arizona had a four Republicans win and four Republicans lose. The four who lost ran, it was a Blake Lake of hobby and in that one other guy they ran as a ticket on the 2020 election being stolen. The four who won was Kimberly E Tom Thorne and then two other big Republicans and they won on conservative platform issues. Tom Thorne defeated an incumbent running against CRT running against DEI running against bilingual education. Kimberly Lee Yi is not a moderate Republican. She's very conservative. But their message was looking forward to not backwards and they won. And I think that in states and places where the issues were very quality of life conversations like New York with crime. You serve Republican search and when the election really became about Donald Trump, you saw Republicans lose.

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Achane runs for 215 yards, Texas A&M stuns No. 6 LSU 38-23

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Achane runs for 215 yards, Texas A&M stuns No. 6 LSU 38-23

"LSU's chances of making the college football playoff virtually evaporated when the tigers lost to Texas a and M 38 23. The Yankees would lost 6 straight SEC games for time at 17 with a 5th ranked tigers midway through the third quarter and then scored 21 straight points, sparked by Devon a chain who scored the final touchdown and a second of the game as part of a 215 yard rushing performance. To come out and play against some tough out team on your last game, it's awesome. You know, we came out doing so basically just showing what the future can be of texting in it. Even with the lost LSU will play Georgia and the SEC title game next Saturday. I'm Tom merriam.

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Lots of sports options on Black Friday

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 d ago

Lots of sports options on Black Friday

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam, World Cup soccer, the U.S. held England to a scoreless draw in their second match of the opening round. But the Americans now must be to ran on Tuesday in order to avoid elimination and advance to the knockout round. The NBA feasted on 14 games of the day after Thanksgiving, the Celtics and bucks want to remain atop the Eastern Conference standings while the sons and nuggets did the same out west. 13 NHL games led by the bruins setting a league record by becoming the first team to win his first 12 home games after three two overtime win over the hurricanes. Plenty of college football action on Black Friday and the only game matching two ranked teams tulane edge Cincinnati 27 24, Florida state UCLA and Texas also posted wins. Band aid for North Carolina as the 17th ranked tar heels football team lost to NC state and the top ranked UNC basketball team was defeated by Iowa state. Defending champion Kansas had its 17 game winning streak snapped by 22nd ranked Tennessee. Time Arian AP sports

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Packed Black Friday sports schedule

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Packed Black Friday sports schedule

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam. On Black Friday, the NBA and NHL were as busy as the shopping malls. 14 NBA games and 13 on the ice were played the day after both leagues were off for Thanksgiving. The Celtics added to their league leading record by beating searching Sacramento as Jason Tatum scored 30 with help from the Boston bench. I think when we might have been down for the end of the half of ten, he knows because of those guys came in and just changed the momentum. The bucks kept pace by beating the Cavaliers thanks largely to a 35, ten third quarter in which Bobby port has played a key role. Felt good for us overall as a basketball team, because it felt like we was playing books, basketball, for a chance. Victories also for the Lakers heat suns, warriors, nuggets, grizzly sixers pacers, rockets, thunder hornets, and the trailblazers in overtime over the Knicks. NHL, the bruins became the first team to win its first 12 home games in the season, as they beat the hurricanes three to two in overtime on David pasternak's gold. Big win for us, obviously, and coming from behind, you know, after Thanksgiving, the game is never easy, so it's good with. The devil's after having their 13 game win streak snap bounced back with a three one win in Buffalo. Other winners, the capitals penguins islanders red wings, Maple Leafs Canadians kraken jets, senators kings and lightning, with Braden points scoring too early goals. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to get a couple goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. World Cup soccer, the United States finished in a scoreless tie with England as coach Greg berhalter's young team had the better scoring chances. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group, because that never wavered. The U.S. now must be to ran on Tuesday to advance to the knockout round. Plenty of college action on Black Friday, football winners included four ranked teams tulane, Florida state UCLA and Texas, and basketball top ranked North Carolina lost a wire with state. Tom Arian AP sports.

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Bucks storm back in 2nd half to beat Cavaliers 117-102

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Bucks storm back in 2nd half to beat Cavaliers 117-102

"Horizontal had 38 points in a one 17 one O two, Milwaukee win over Cleveland. The difference, according to Milwaukee's Bobby portis, was a third quarter in which the bucks outscored the Cavs 35 to ten. It was fun. You know, just the basketball was moving. Everybody was touching it. Everybody was running in transition, trying to get the basketball. And it's fun when you play like that and you know it's fun when we, you know, win as well. Milwaukee rallied from as many as 16 down in the first half and snapped a four game calves winning streak. I'm Tom mccabe.

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US earns respect at World Cup, but wins remain elusive

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

US earns respect at World Cup, but wins remain elusive

"The U.S. men's soccer team finished in a scoreless time with England and now must be to ran on Tuesday in order to advance to the knockout round. America's Christian Pulisic have the best opportunity to score, hitting the crossbar and left footed kick in the 33rd minute. The Americans had more good scoring opportunities than their higher rated English counterparts, particularly in the second half, but could not get the goal that coach Greg burr holt has team needed for the win. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group because that never wavered. American goalie Matt Turner was solid and net making three saves. The U.S. took 7 corner kicks while England had only three. I'm Tom Mary

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How Emilio Estevez Got One up on Alec Baldwin

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:43 min | 5 d ago

How Emilio Estevez Got One up on Alec Baldwin

"So Demi Moore though, you were you did wisdom with the Demi Moore. We were engaged. Yeah, that's what I thought. Yeah. No? No, I'm just kidding. No, but I'll tell you. But there's an Alec Baldwin component to this. This is in your new movie? And Alec doesn't even know this. Alex and his latest film does not know this story. Uh oh. Oh. Juicy castle. Do not use this clip. Alec Baldwin does not know the truth of how he came to be known by me. And that is, there was a bunch of us. There was a group of us. It was, you know, Tom Cruise and Sean Penn and so we were all up for the same roles and we, you know, we'd fight it out in some way would get the offer and someone would be in waiting. If that person passed, then you'd step in and we were all sort of kind of interchangeable for a moment. Along comes Alec Baldwin. Right. He's 6 foot something. He's not fucking ridiculously handsome. He's a wonderful actor. And the whole town is abuzz. All your hearing is Alec Baldwin Alec Baldwin. You and Tom Cruise are out slamming tequila. He's a dick. He's too tall. Right. So, Demi and I are engaged. She has a, she's living in a little bungalow that she owns in West Hollywood, and she has to go to the dentist and leaves me a home alone at her house. I sort of for, you know, for the afternoon. Right. Do you remember the days when we used to have the little phone answering machines and had the volume up? Oh, so you could hear it. Of screen calls. Hi. It's Alec Baldwin. Oh, I love this story. Go ahead. The phone rings. The volume's on. Hello to me. It's Alec Baldwin. And he's going on. And I don't know what. I don't know what the relationship is after that point. But I'm her fiance. Did you pick it up? It's Emilio. No. No, no, no. No? No, no. No. I walked over to the machine and I said, interesting. Alec Baldwin just called interesting. Huh. Erase. I hit the erase. And I felt like I had just given him some right hook, a cold cocktail. I knocked out a moment flat he's out overly tall. Done. To this day, I don't know if she ever heard the message or he ever called back.

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Kiffin plans to return; No. 20 Ole Miss falls to Bulldogs

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Kiffin plans to return; No. 20 Ole Miss falls to Bulldogs

"Mississippi state came from behind to win the 8 ball at 20th ranked Mississippi 24 22. All miss was leading 16 7 late in the first half when the bulldogs Will Rogers through the first of his two touchdown passes with 8 seconds left to cut the rebels lead to 1614. Roger's second TD past gave state a 24 16 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Is everything, you know, like you said, third shot, you know? Kind of got tired of losing these guys. Obviously they're really, really good football team. The bulldogs needed to stymie an old miss two point conversion tribe with just over a minute remaining to seal the win. The loss was the third straight for the rebels who coached lane kiffin as speculated to be heading to auburn. I'm Tom Mary.

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Caller: Paul Ryan Supports Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:02 min | Last week

Caller: Paul Ryan Supports Kevin McCarthy for House Speaker

"Well, Scott, love your show. Appreciate you taking my call. I read an article that popped up on my phone just a little while ago that said that all right was back in Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House and I think that says it all right there. Paul Ryan supports him, then you know what he is. Yeah, Tom, I can confirm that information. Paul Ryan and a lot of the other moderate Republicans are supporting Kevin McCarthy, and I hope that the house rate of caucus is going to be able to maintain their numbers again, McCarthy has to have 218 votes to become Speaker of the House and we understand he does not have those numbers yet and a number of lawmakers according to congressman Norman said that say that they are not going to be announcing their vote until the day of the vote.

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Arizona State Senator-Elect Jake Hoffman on the Latest Out His State

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last week

Arizona State Senator-Elect Jake Hoffman on the Latest Out His State

"Us right now is Jay Kaufman. He is state senator elect. Is that right, Jake? You're now a state senator, is that right? That's correct. Congratulations. I didn't know that. So Jake, I was looking at those Queen Creek precincts and they voted very nicely for Carrie Lake. I wish every precinct in Maricopa and pinal voted that way. So Jake, what is the latest in Arizona here? There seems to be a fight around certification. There's a lot of confusing information. Do you think that Katie Hobbs and governor doocy should certify this election? Well, Charlie, thanks for having me on. You teed it up perfectly. There is a lot to still be thankful for. But in terms of this election, we are watching the most incompetent shoddy election that has ever been run in the history of our country, unfold right now. And no, there is no question in my mind that it should not be certified by Doug ducey. It should not be certified by Katie Hobbs, which to me is a conflict of interest regardless. You know, tens of thousands of voters were directly disenfranchised and millions of voters or disenfranchised by extension. And so right now, what we're seeing is, look, this is coming down very explicitly to carry Lake and her legal team, Abe amade, and his legal team, Tom horn, and his legal team, and attorney general, attorney general has an election integrity unit that the legislature set up in 2019 for specifically situations like this and it needs to do its job. Now, they've started, they've done a great job so far of outlining the litany of issues that exist with this election, but they need to pursue this with the full force of the attorney general's office. And I get it. That's politically that's difficult. It's the holiday season, you know, he's on his way out of office, but he has to understand that this is not about a particular candidate or a particular election. This is about the most foundational element of our republic,

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Why Every Private Club Should Have a Pro-Member Tournament

Fore The People

01:17 min | Last week

Why Every Private Club Should Have a Pro-Member Tournament

"I'm getting at here is every single club, private club should have a pro member tournament. That was a blast. It was only one day, but Meredith and nailed it. They did. The food was good. The beer was called the day was perfect. There's a little side pot for the pros, 18 pros. It went fast. That was one of the faster rounds I've ever played out there. And it was a good time. It was cheap to play in. The pros played, I don't know what we got. I don't know what I got for winning it. It hadn't showed up yet. I'm not sure I have no idea. It doesn't matter. I mean, it was free for me anyway, right? The member paid for it. Pros, you invite who you want to play with. We had a good field. You came at there's a guy named Tom Whitney. I think someone said he played on the corn ferry tour. Last year or two years ago, Clark Dennis plays, he's a senior tour player guy. Anyway, it was a great time. I think pro members, I don't know what red feathers plans are for pro member. But I think every, you know, a good club should have a pro member. If you have a bunch of guys with relationships with professionals and members that want to play with professionals on and off day, it's a no brainer. For a club.

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Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last week

Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

"Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Terry, there's a lot of news to go through here and Terry, you run the wonderful American principles project to do a great job. Talk about some of the work you did this last cycle first. Well, we were up and running in several of these battleground Senate states, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, even and we were running campaign as educating American people, the American people about the threat to our kids, especially as it comes to transgenderism. We ran a lot of ads on women's sports. But this year we did something new that we haven't done before. We ran ads educating Americans about these transgender surgeries, the hormone treatments, and just the overall gender indoctrination that the left is doing to our kids in schools, and we produce really powerful ads. Charlie, we spent almost $15 million this cycle. It's something I'm really proud of because frankly, and I think you probably don't aware of this. The pro family movement has done a lot of great things and been good at a lot of things, but they've retreated from the political battlefield. And that's what we do in American principles project is be fill that political gap for the family. And we win campaigns and elections for them. So we're still reading on the results for how the impact that our ads had on the electorate. But we know that where the Republicans and the politicians that really leaned into these culture war issues and went on offense, they won by huge margins, right? Like look at Ron DeSantis, he won by barely half of a percentage point in 2018. He takes on Walt Disney corporation of all people. And wins by almost 20 points. Mike dewine in Ohio signed a heartbeat bill into law. He wins by 35 points. These guys that actually went into the culture war and led on this stuff. They were rewarded handsomely at the polls. And we need to get rid of the Mitch McConnell's of the world and the mccarthys and the Tom emmers, and we really need to start rewarding our guys when they fight for us because these guys want to keep us from fighting. It's been a disaster.

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What's Next for the Ukrainians?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:02 min | Last week

What's Next for the Ukrainians?

"Let's get right to the essential thing, which is the Ukrainian winter offensive. Two stories about this in The New York Times that Ukraine expects to go over to the offensive. Now, I don't, I'm not a military experience. I just read the books about the winter war in Finland. And the Russians, you know, what do you think are the odds that any significant change in the battlefield will occur now that winter is descending upon Russia and its neighbor Ukraine? I think the odds of a significant shift are low, but not impossible because of the ongoing collapse of Russian brow. Having said that, you are sufficiently tuned in to military tactics to know that offense is. One is to three meetings. You got to have three times as many troops on offensive overcome a dug in component and that's why the Russians had a lot of trouble at the front end of the Ukrainian defense, Russia didn't have that three to one ratio overwhelmed them. Now, down south, the Ukrainians who have to come up with the three to one. But here's how they're compensated. They're using special force brilliantly. They are used in the advanced Thrones. They are maneuvering around and cutting out supply lines. So there's a balance there. What I'm watching also suited to kind of conclude an overview is the electric grid on the Ukrainian side. You know, in a sense, we're in a tale of two wars here. One is the groundwork to the south. Ukrainian winning. But in the air war over you in the strike against the electric grid going into the winter very significant. That's the other war we ought to be focused on.

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What's Next for Republicans After Midterm Mess?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | Last week

What's Next for Republicans After Midterm Mess?

"Byron. Do you think people are going to line up to jump on a bandwagon among activists and donors? Well, there are a lot of them who do not want president Trump to either run or to win the Republican nomination. So does that mean they're going to jump on somebody else's bandwagon? I don't know. I do believe at the moment the governor of Sanders is far, far ahead of anybody else. So I think it's entirely possible. Yeah, people will actually actively support candidates in this. That will be the money primary is always important. The consultant primary is underway. I think now let me go to the RNC. It's a unique electorate, a 168 members of the Republican National Committee elect their chair. I like ronna mcdaniel. I think she's done a fine job as chairwoman for four years, and I don't like changing chair people because they ought to be a ministerial offices, not executive offices. In other words, I'm going to be a trustee for the party and running our operations between now and 2024. It's two years away. What do you think? Is she going to win reelection and do other candidates think she will be fair? Because she's awfully close with Donald Trump, but I also think she's very fair. Well, you know, I think it's not simply administrative or ministerial at all. The RNC does make policy. Remember the ill fated autopsy after Mitt Romney's laws. You're the only one, Byron, but go ahead. You're right. Reince priebus was chairman of the RNC at that point. And they went into a lot of them thought, I think I thought illogically, but they thought that Mitt Romney is going to be able to beat the incumbent president and when he didn't, they had this autopsy and said, we're never, ever. This is simply an operations review that we're making. We're not going to suggest policy in the immediately come out and so they have to support comprehensive immigration reform. So it was a disaster all the way around.

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"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:23 min | Last month

"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"The game is to break the muscle down. And then the body comes and builds it back up. The conscious part is tearing it down. Your job is to put yourself in stressful situations. Your job is to push yourself to the limit of what you think you're capable of and then go past that. And when you're able to push yourself past that, when you're able to get into the goggins reps as I call it. When you're able to exist in that zone, long past where it started hurting. Long past when it got boring, long past when you were terrified that you'd never be able to do it. That's when you'll begin to adapt because you're telling your body adapter die. That's how you're going to get where you want to go. Now, I love the movie the matrix, as was made very clear in the intro. The real question is, what is your Kung fu? You've got to figure that out. This is a path to execution we're talking about right now. Path one is about the mindset. So what is your Kung fu? My Kung fu is business. I knew that I was going to have to learn business in order to control the resources in order to control my art. And this is how you're going to develop your Kung fu. One, always be reading. The most important mathematical formula you will ever encounter is right there. I I equals IO. It stands for ideas in equal ideas out. If you want to solve a problem in your business as we become particularly tricky, you need to be taking in a ton of data so that your unique mind, your unique worldview, your unique life, having grown up the way that you grew up, the way that your brain is wired, all of it, you will come up with ideas that nobody else is going to come up with. But you first have to be getting that stimulus. Now, I doubt I have to over preach that one to a bunch of people that have come to a conference like this. These are literally the kinds of ideas you want to be encountering. Two, open yourself up to being changed. I can't tell you how many times I've recommended people, my list of books, which by the way, you can find an impact theory dot com, Tom's reading list. It is the 25 books, any human being that wants to excel, should read in order. And before every book say a little prayer, and the prayer goes like this, I am open to being changed, fundamentally, and for the better by this book. I am open to being changed, fundamentally, and for the better from this book. You've got to go into the book, wanting it to be right. You've got to go into the book, hoping that it gives you some piece of knowledge. Remember, everyone, everyone. Is your superior in some way? once you learn to check your ego, sit at their feet with absolute humility and be open to their ideas, especially the one that contradicts what you believe today, then you'll get somewhere. And I've got some really amazing news for you guys. Your current skill set has already taken you as far as it's going to take you. If you don't, put yourself on a path to learn and very aggressively, where you are now is where you'll be in 5 years. The key is crossing that chasm of

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"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Myself in that very specific stress environment where I'm getting to the edge of my abilities? I'm going a little bit beyond and then I get a little bit stronger. I'm able to do a little bit more. I push myself into those areas, and it's not about just doing what you're good at. This is the thing that drives me crazy when people give that advice. It is not just about doing what you're good at. It's about figuring out what do I need to get good at in order to achieve my goal. And then going into the areas via practice where you are weak, breaking those down and saying, I'm going to need to get good at this thing, which I might not be naturally good at, but I'm going to have to practice and get good at that thing. And once you understand the way the mechanisms of brain plasticity and the way that your brain is trying to rewire itself to optimize for the thing that you repeat. So when you go in and you start practicing and you're pushing outside of your comfort zone, you're doing it over and over and over. Your brain reorganizes itself and you can quite literally change the form and function of your brain in order to accommodate the new skill that you're trying to acquire. It's what I call the only belief that matters. The fact that as you put your time and energy into doing something into getting good at it, that you will be rewarded, your energies and efforts will be rewarded with a new set of skills that have utility, you can deploy that a utility to be able to do different shit. So the easiest way to think about it is to use the body as an analogy. I think everybody agrees if you go into a gym and you lift weights and you lift them to failure and you're pushing yourself to lift things that are a little bit heavy. They're a little bit outside your range. You can't do it three times maybe you can only do it once or twice. You go the next time, oh, you can only do it once before, but now you can do it twice. And then you can do it three times, and then you can do a heavier weight for once, and then that one's at three times. And then all of a sudden, the one that you could only do once a while ago, you're now doing for 15 reps. And you get bigger, and you get stronger. People get it when it comes to the body. But a very similar process is happening in the mind. When you go to learn new skills. And if you believe in that, which you don't have to take my word for it, you can go look up brain plasticity. It's fucking real. This is not debated anymore. This was highly debated back in the 90s. Nobody's debating this shit anymore. Brain plasticity is real. You can learn new things. You do create new brain cells at any age, literally until the day you die. So once you understand, once you take ownership, once you start looking at skill acquisition, once you're doing your forcing yourself into adaptation response, you're putting directed stress on your abilities. Then you're going to be able to expand your abilities. Hey everybody, Tom here. Quick question. Are you enjoying today's

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"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Holds no interest for me. I don't want to win the lottery. I don't want something handed to me. That was why, when I quit, I gave the equity back. I didn't want it. If I didn't do it, if I didn't earn it, if I didn't make somebody's life better, if I didn't force myself to actually develop my potential, which for me, the very meaning of life, right this down, the very meaning of life is to find out how many skills you can acquire that have utility and then put that utility to the test. In service of something bigger than yourself. I'll say that again. The very purpose of life is to find out how many skills you can acquire that have utility and then put that utility to the test in service of something bigger than yourself. If you do that, not only can you build a big business that adds tremendous value to people, but you'll have what's called technique. You will have something beautiful, a skill that you have fought hard for. That can help someone else. And that, my Friends is fulfillment. And going back to the game that you're actually playing, which is brain chemistry, it is not money, it is not accolades. It is not number one on the Inc 500 list. The game that you're playing is being proud of yourself. The game you're playing is being able to look yourself in the eye and go damn. You left it on the field. You really played to your full potential, and you're prepared to go back to the gym to get better. When you know that about yourself, everything changes. Like people always ask me, Tom, you work so much. When are you going to take a day off? I'm like, I'll take a day off whenever I want one. I've earned it. I'm not conflicted. I know how much I work. But I didn't take a day off for 6 and a half years at the beginning of my journey, because I didn't believe I'd earned it. Some part of me was guilty because I was still fighting my own mindset. I wasn't always doing the things that I should be doing. Once you get to the point where you know you leave it out on the field every day, take a vacation whenever you want. It won't even be a second thought for you. This is the most fundamental belief that I have. I've hired drug dealers, I've hired former gang members at one point, the staff at quest literally, I had Bloods and crypts working the.

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"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Is tearing it down. Your job is to put yourself in stressful situations. Your job is to push yourself to the limit of what you think you're capable of and then go past that. And when you're able to push yourself past that, when you're able to get into the goggins reps, as I call it, when you're able to exist in that zone, long past where it started hurting. Long past when it got boring, long past when you were terrified that you'd never be able to do it. That's when you'll begin to adapt because you're telling your body adapter die. That's how you're going to get where you want to go. Now, I love the movie the matrix, as was made very clear in the intro. The real question is, what is your Kung fu? You've got to figure that out. This is a path to execution we're talking about right now. Path one is about the mindset. So what is your Kung fu? My Kung fu is business. I knew that I was going to have to learn business in order to control the resources in order to control my art. And this is how you're going to develop your Kung fu. One, always be reading. The most important mathematical formula you will ever encounter is right there. II equals IO. It stands for ideas in equal ideas out. If you want to solve a problem in your business as become particularly tricky, you need to be taking in a ton of data so that your unique mind, your unique worldview, your unique life, having grown up the way that you grew up, the way that your brain is wired, all of it, you will come up with ideas that nobody else is going to come up with. But you first have to be getting that stimulus. Now, I doubt I have to over preach that one to a bunch of people that have come to a conference like this. These are literally the kinds of ideas you want to be encountering. Two, open yourself up to being changed. I can't tell you how many times I've recommended people, my list of books, which by the way, you can find on impact theory dot com, Tom's reading list. It is the 25 books any human being that wants to excel should read in order. And before every book say a little prayer and the prayer goes like this, I am open to being changed, fundamentally, and for the better by this book. I am open to being changed, fundamentally, and for the better from this book, you've got to go into the book wanting it to be right. You've got to go into the book, hoping that it gives you some piece of knowledge. Remember, everyone, everyone, is your superior in some way. And once you learn to check your ego, sit at their feet with absolute humility and be open to their ideas, especially the one that contradicts what you believe today, then you'll get somewhere. And I've got some really amazing news for you guys. Your current skill set has already taken you as far as it's going to take you. If you don't, put yourself on a path to learn and very aggressively where you are now is where you'll be in 5 years. The key is crossing that chasm of skill set. All right, realize what you believe is a choice. This.

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"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"I want you to ask the hardest fucking question you can think of. And we're going to solve that shit in real time. Now, one clap. One motherfucker's here to change their life. Whoever that one lonely clap was, you better break an ankle getting to that microphone. But here's the reality, you guys are all here because you want to do something great with your life. That's why you come to a conference called the $10 billion conference, something called driven, but the difference between wanting to do something and knowing how to do it is a massive chasm. And what I want to do in the next 60 minutes is teach you how to cross that chasm because it is possible. The reality is when I started my life, was literally just talking about this behind stage. Nobody thought I was going to be successful. You were looking at the after picture. Now, let's talk about the before picture. My own mother, when I left for college, quietly assumed I was going to fail. My best friend said, oh, I just assumed you were going to marshmallow your way through life. My father in law now father in law, then just extraordinarily intimidating person. When I asked for his blessing to marry his daughter, he said, no. And he said, Tom, look, I've become very successful in my life. My daughter has become used to a certain way of life. How do you plan to take care of her? And I said, sir, I know what you're seeing right now is a broke unemployed undereducated.

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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Like philip. The in sprouts hotdogs. Actually don't like hotdogs either if if you if you think about Warren buffett who is the second richest person. Now i think or third maybe i think he's on moscow's enriches but who's kim. The the reason why he he is as rich as he is is because a he started investing at a very early age at ten and He understood the concept of Compound interest in fact. We talked about jason's v guided because a few months ago very talks about what surprised if a haircut and Warren buffett really wasn't as famous as he is today Thirty years ago people in the investment industry knew him but he started investing at ten by the time he was sixty five. He still wasn't that rich. He made most of his money today. He's ninety he made most of his money. Just in the last two decades because that pool you know the impact of compounding over two decades was so significant that you know he became the sender at one point. He was there. It just person so Time is a very important factor. You start early you keep compounding and if you live to a ninety that small pool can become available in and you think of compounding to you know you have parents grandparents have built something they wanna be able to pass that on and in some former fashion the beneficiaries where that can compound the generational wealth on to what we talk about. How inflation catches up on you on the purchase of thanks to this vehicle example is perfect. Where in retirement. You're trying to offset your expenses if you were able to compound that savings in a vehicle when you're retired and you need that next vehicle. Well guess what by making that wise small decision you now have compounded enough money saved enough money to purchase your next vehicle. You can keep moving forward from there all right. Let's get more tom. You didn't say that this is. This is classical gas by mason williams. Tom wheelhouse music never ceases to amaze. We hope you've learned something today in our another one of our segments investing one. Oh one this one being on compounding or goal is to educate guide and empower so that you can live and enjoyable life in retirement. That is our slogan and we stick to it. He likes to come learn more about your portfolio and how we can help you get on track towards pounding. You can reach us at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred as.

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"tom" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Oh i to mantis for breakfast. I had the be hurt line. davis one eighteen hundred dollars on one turn while he's worth five hundred billion at least. Oh god it's unclear whether davis double that money or let it ride or what to put it back to the slots the jackpot or just walked away. Just let this is from eighteen hundred dollars. He can afford let's see that would be three hundred haircuts at least if you guys. It's awful i. It's unbelievably bad. I don't know why haircut it's does. He is surrounded by people who say. That's that's a great. Maybe they say. Greg warner have you seen his. Air mark davis. I don't think so. Let's like the dutch boy kinda thing. It's like real tight in. It's real short real short banks. I think it's a power move. I think he knows it just doesn't on purpose because he he doesn't care he doesn't he has so much money right. He does not give a damn what you think about his haircut exactly. Is it like terrible pulling the sword from the stone the first person who comes up and says hey. That's a bad haircut. He's going to do it. I thought maybe did not reporters ever asked though maybe just thrifty to that. Let's be dallas time for thrifty quarter. Forget we were on the same flight from biggest oakland. We don't forget we just didn't care. You have to stop telling the story. Because you're a raiders fan and you went up to mark davis and said no lo what mike. And amy mark davis. Dear guys Deere bob and tom cruise says i was watching the raiders game last night and they scored and there was a quick shot of course of owner. Mark davis i screamed so loud that it woke up my dog and started the dog started. Yelping no amount of money would ever make me sport. That haircut is the worst ever jay in waterloo. Thank you jay. Now if you were to see I don't know all of the nfl owners. He'd be one of the ones you could pick out for sure. That is true maybe brandon. Yeah how many know being obviously everyone dallas cowboys washington redskins normally the redskins Shod shot con. I guess jacksonville right john. But how many if the picture on fifty fifty guys sitting jock account we got to your own. That's not bad ninety minutes in and he's pissed. That's it for another bob and tom show extra. Catch us on itunes. Google play and stitcher for bob and tom extra. This is christopher. Take care of your body..

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"tom" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Bob and tom show is still trying to wake up. In the meantime more. Bob and tom extra willie griswold. In and the captain is back ladies. Gentlemen tom griswold and lay i greg. Warren is here so called comedian knows he was in yesterday typo. How did he get back in. I know Tom i need you to recognize. Notice that that lovely shirts. What is where i recognized. That shirt is it a new orleans thing. Can you rise stand up the whole look at their a yellow new orleans communist symbols kind of like if there was like maybe cubits florida carribean when. What right is the saint. Louis flying yes. That's the river florida early. We were founded by french august. Shoto and Pierre look lead a yeah. That's exactly right. I believe it's liquid shares That's a funk band from the seven lick records very hard to find. See you are hearing iceberg thing greg. Warren is The man behind the Special on is it on amazon. It's called a worthy field. Corn grows correct. That is correct right out of the game. Okay yeah what what happened because you before you left. You did not get the title and you want on vacation for what the options this morning at cornhole love children of the field corn. But in your this is a family friendly special you explain what field corn is as opposed to sweet corn. Which is what we well. He has the explanation for those of you. Who are a little fuzzy about it. I think don't don't are you. Go over it in a special right. Sure sure Field corn is That's what we grind up and feed the animals and sweet corn as what wh- humans eat And you know once they explain it. It's actually very easy. You ever tried eating field corn nuts. It's terrible it's it's it's you couldn't eat it no car too hard. Yeah you couldn't eat it. Okay did now. Do the animals Do they have to take a lay and take the colonel's offer to the whole that they give the animals most animals have access to all they do day working chew off the cows out of go. Hey don't wear a necktie operating work work. Asking a cow heart right. Yeah i have a cow valve in my hurt during the operation. I heard Christopher walking came in like six times and said more cow val over this we were in. We were in the hospital room and then there was a doctor in there. I didn't walk in these on abetting goes. Yeah i've got some sort of calvin my heart. There's gotta be some sort of joke there. And then i just said yeah. You could say like more cal. Velvety just goes very funny great minds. Willie appointed the recovery. Where you don't wanna laugh. There's one thing where they make you cough mall and you're just afraid that your your rib-cage is gonna pop out jack in the box. Open exactly off sneezing scary. I bet you have the staples exactly doesn't look like it can hold anything staples today. Superglue it. I think so really. Don't disgusting scar pretty impressive. Gnarly at all it over the part. That's was there leaking. The last part of the schedule biggest slid i've ever seen. What did you see tom scar. So so they actually do super gloom. I think so. I don't know did you have staples staples like frankenstein. Insurance was way back in the thirties. I i'm not sure. I going to stay fuzzy on the details till i'm feeling one hundred percent and i read about a girl. Wow that's really scary. I think they wire shot and it. It doesn't get completely they have posts and they wired together and then it fuses like after year and a half to speculates human body. Amazing it is physicians. Also i think they have books. I can't wait till they will you. Josh shown right. It does josh. Arnold angers doctors do have. I have noticed this. Maybe if someone is in the wheelchair business oh i have noticed they. Now have the like triple xs l. Wheelchairs in various hospitals. Fat americans did you. Did you hear this josh. Tom wanted to. I looked straight into his eyes looking into mind. That'd be bad. Xl wheelchair seriously. They're my dad was in a wheelchair for many years. Very very used to wheelchair technology. I there were a couple of them. It's like whoa. Are you getting this for this. Like a love seat during the rehab. Or you're getting tired of this yet. Hey remember we were in the hospital and you said and you have to go. No i do not remember what you're talking about over and over and i shared a meal and you don't remember last time i had a stent placed brought him. I called him. He's can you bring me olive garden. I went to olive garden. Got him a big meal. Brought it over we ate. You don't know today let you eat outside found a second. Oh yeah. I stayed very nice hospital but i i had the stents placed. I've got down to like a expanded teeth cleaned the there. You have to be very careful what you eat. There were a little boy that i was feeding him. Fried mozzarella rela rather where you really a lot of salt and retain that water. Speaking of food. greg. I'm still confused as to if i were driving down the road. How could i see sweetcorn. Anfield going what would i to look for. What's the yeah. How do you different. Yeah go ahead. Well once they explain it's very easy to remember. Field corn is grown in a field. Okay whereas sweetcorn is grown in a field farmers make it. Real easy was very glass leading. Allegro legroom available. Mark levinson pure play sound system and now for the first time all wheel drive it. Was anything missing in the alexis yes. It's the lexus. Guess now available with all wheel drive experience amazing at your lexus. Steve click the banner to discover more twenty one. Es versus twenty twenty twenty twenty one competitors information from manufacturer's websites as five three twenty twenty. One mark levinson is a registered trademark of harman international industries inc. I.

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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Was john heisman. Four whom the heisman trophy is named. That's right heisman was a very colorful character and In this in this game that was played on thanksgiving day in montgomery in eighteen ninety nine a crowd or four thousand people showed up There were a lot of fights during the game. Guns were pulled It was really a a a real show case for southern violence and that was just the crowd then. Swanee was really getting manhandled by auburn. Auburn had the upper hand and What what they did was they had. Some weather handles on their pants so that the players could grab each other sandals and form an illegal wedge or the run orca grab. Somebody's handle it that pulling forward so coach suitor Instructed his players at the way to break this illegal wedge was to fly them. Click i and knock their legs oak so that was in the first half then at some point sooner complained to the rest and they stopped the game to make auburn. Pull off their handles. Which outraged heisman in the auburn probes. But what it also did was. It caused the game to be delayed as as did some of the fights in the corral the result was that at halftime it was swanee. Eleven over ten but all look like they really had the upper hand at halftime. The the captain of the team that year were named henry deity cbo's and he was from montgomery and at when he went to the sideline at half. His brothers came up to him and said diddy. You got to win the game. We bet the house on the game. You lose we'll have to kick your mother out and there was a lot of bedding in the game That's part of the reason for all the fights over a lot of bed right but the point is eleven. Ten at halftime auburn. Looks like they're going to probably pull this out because they're just the better team that i on. The ref calls the game for darkness. Fourteen minutes into the second-half which is normally a thirty five minute half now. Think about this Couple of days later cochise moment writes the birmingham age herald along letter. Basically saying that the rest cheated them out of their win. The next The referee rice letter Against heisman san heisman. Just a big crybaby and we all know he's a crybaby and And then heisman writes. Another letter responded to that so that wouldn't happen in today's no but it it. It's just part of this. Whole film is the stories or just amazing. All the things that happened back then many of which could happen today. We're speaking with norman. Jet moments in birmingham. He has been behind the production helping with the production of this film. Norman tell us a little bit about just briefly the film the website. And when you expect to release it sure They be cruising. Are doing this film out of our love for the story in our love for swanning. we're not. We're doing this without charging anything to the film. We're doing this on our own time So we've also had to raise all of our own money. We'd like to raise at least three hundred thousand. We've raised about two hundred and fifty thousand. If anyone is interested to learn more about the story they can go to our website right which is so warney. Eighteen ninety nine dot or swannee eighteen ninety nine dot or you can read more about the team you can watch a trailer of the film and you can also make a donation online if you're so inclined and you asked me earlier. Why do the film. And i think it's a couple of things tom one is is if it's an amazing story. There've been some articles written about the team. There's been a book written about him but no one has dug into the story to the that we have and is is on a major story. And i'll say this to. We found six or seven or more descendants of the team including leash daughter who was in her mid nineties and did he sables daughter-in-law and hurt mid nineties with found another a number of other grandchildren. Who interviewed for our film. We've interviewed four coaches who won national championships. Two of her. Bobby bowden and john major's have passed away so what we realized while during the film is we're capturing a part of history that if we hadn't done this now would have been lost forever comes by the next generation. No one would know the store. No one would care and so we've captured part of history. We've got bobby bowden talking about. We've got johnny majors talking about it. We've got these terms and baths what's made it just feeling to know that this story will be preserved forever. Well we've been visiting with norman jetson. Who's in the process of making a movie are of swannee the story of eighteen ninety nine. We'll post the website on our on our blog and radio tablet pre financial dot com. Stay tuned for the second hour with our financial guys. We'll be back in just a few minutes more prices haass's chasing down black people infrastructure socialism. Republicans get out of the way. Our strategic failure. Maxine based from god to us every day most up-to-date information newsradio six thirty wla. I'm tom depre-. I've been the investment business for forty two years in this business. You observe human nature closely and if you really observe you might learn something. One thing i've learned is that everybody is telling you something it's usually wrong. Truth typically speaks in a small voice that requires effort in discernment to recognize. This is true in the investment business as it is in life advice dispense loudly and in a pussy way is usually being given with an alterior motive not one that is designed to benefit the hearer for a free review of your retirement. 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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Shares. Welcome back to the tom debris show for special edition. Investing one this segment on annuities and tom during the break you were talking about the guys about why you think annuities were even created so life. Insurance industry has been around for The idea of ensuring risk but Life insurance is a special animal because the the numbers surrounding mortality are extremely. Well documented. you're not gonna find one life insurance company that has better numbers than another usually. Because it's it's it's like a company it's like if you're an analyst trying to cover microsoft you know there's seventy five analysts covering microsoft. Everybody knows everything about all the numbers. It's the same way with Mortality tables now when we went to see. Rj was his reinsurance group of america which specialized in life insurance. Reinsurance you know. They had mortality tables and experiences from deals they had done all over the world and they kept all their data which is valuable because a tiny bit of an edge can help you but it seems to made and i don't know this for a fact but that what happened. Was that the life insurance companies. Somebody and there are some very smart people in this business. They said we can take our balance sheets and wrap them around. What's really more of a quasar investment in stocks and things like that and figure out how to make it. Seem like we ensure the downside. Now i will say this. There are times when they simply have risk because the element of the increasing death benefit inside of an annuity has caused them to have to pay out. When the sub account declines in value but the annuity itself continues to increase in the death benefit and the person dies. I had a situation one of our clients where that happened. And the the the Air being his wife probably made an extra two hundred thousand dollars because it happened right in the middle of a big downturn so every now and then that death benefit kicks in on a variable annuity q. the benefit of the client so. I don't wanna pooh-poohed them all together. But i will simply say that. The whole thing is built around the balance sheet of the insurance company not necessarily about what's going on inside the sub account and given that that's the case they're designed to make money for the insurance company and give the investor a sense that he or she is insured and i guarantee you probably over half of the people that by annuities thank that their investment is insured and. I'm not sure the industry does that much to determine from that line of thinking. I think definitely touched on something really important to discuss there because there are many many different types of ways to go about investing your capital In this world and each way i mean from simple as opening a brokerage account and picking your investments by yourself That will produce that will yield one hundred percent of the returns or losses directly to you. You've got hedge funds private equity funds where you know they have a two percent management fee with a twenty percent incentive a hurdle you know so they will take a chunk So what what. The insurance companies have done. Is they figured out how to get between the return and the customer and shave off as much of that quarter. I guess you would say shave off as much. Silver from that quarter they. They possibly through riders through other types of fees. Because when i it's it's the same principle as the data on mortality tables. They they look years upon years upon years of of stock market returns. And they say okay. This is what we can average if we can keep the the ceiling at x percent then over a long period of time while law of large numbers. You know it works just not not just for the amount of people but for the amount of years over a long period of time we will be able to get x. percent and something you touched on. Tom will make it very clear. like you said we're not pooh-poohing new itys across the board annuities are a tool that can be used properly. The issue that that i take is when people paint with a broad. Brush that seventy five percent of you listening out. There need an annuity That's the problem i hand. He said that reform now. I haven't heard that. I've i've i'm just i'm painting with a broad brush right now. That kind of sentiment where an annuity is good for everybody that that's that's the the mindset that i have a problem with they can be used properly. It's like this is like insurance. You know some people need term insurance. Some people need you know whole life for for particular reasons Some people don't need even term insurance So it's all of these pieces their tools in your financial arsenal. If you will. They just need to be used properly. And the point of us trying to describe this. You're going to get into. The thing is is less differentiate from what it is and what they perceive it to be or try to sell it to be exactly it. It all comes down to one's ability or the help of someone in assessing personal risk right. I'm gonna use a prime example so this is a different kind of a insurance. But what drives you. What inspires you. You know why you're thinking about your education and career. You just need to know how to make your vision. A reality indiana.

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"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"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

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Bywater farm dot com. They're reaching for yield and is something we've talked in time and time again. Yes to be very careful not to reach four yield reach for return in an expensive market. Because you think back ten years ago or six years ago you could buy you know some consumer staples you know. Pay a year ago. You're young yeah. But i mean like you you think consumer staples and you're able to get five percent on good solid companies And that was the five percent on the dividend. That gets you a long way to. If you're trying to hit say a seven percent total return if you look today. The yields are much much lower because the prices of the stocks have gone up so as an investor. If you're trying to get six percent yield in a in a world where the ten year treasury's trading at one point three five. You have to be very very careful that you're not going down in quality of company or quality of of the bond or whatever it is you have to be very careful because you think of it like a bank that was paying four percent on a cd you stop and scratch your head and say why are you doing that. You have to ask that same question with companies with the dividends. Why's it paying this outsized yield. So that's something. We're very careful on When we're looking at companies you know. We're we're interested in income and total return. It's both of those things. And so it's where is your. It's a balancing act of. Do you want it all to come from the dividend. Do you want part of to come from potential return and so that's the balancing act. You have to be very careful. In an expensive market that you're not reaching overpaying. For something and be patient. I would agree with that and you know part of the the difficulty you know as tom said earlier in an environment where interest rates are basically zero There aren't that many alternatives In order to get any sort of viewed It used to be that you could buy treasury bond and you know get decent you'd or you could just put your money in a cd and get a decent but As interest rates have gone to Zero basically People are reaching out to riskier and riskier assets to try and capture a higher yield But there there is no free lunch as the saying goes and the higher the yield often means that you are taking a much higher risk and dad that too. There's a couple of ways you can really look at it. In in the form of dividend to a stock is one of the ways. It is a form of cost of capital. And when you're comparing it to bonds and the death inside the company if to your point if it's paying if it's paying seven percent on a dividend well more than likely the debt his up there in that nine ten eleven twelve percent rain so you have to start to factor all of these equations in and when you look at what you know what's trended over the past ten years from company perspective. One of the biggest risks out there in today's environment is the build out of capital for a company. Because you've gone a decade now of almost zero for the entire decade interest rates so in order to go out and buy something you know the the the internal writer return has been inflated for a company so if that shifts everything goes into question just like when we talked about in march last year when the the the pandemic kit everything gets put into question at that point the the reits specifically by definition has to pay out ninety percent And repeat for the for the for the Mechanics to work. They're incentivized to always be acquiring things and when you have a run up the price of the repeat. Well then they may issue preferreds or they they they will just or more common stock depending In order to be able to buy new properties which pushes the price of the properties up. And so it's a steamroller And that's another reason. You have to be very careful if you're going out thinking well okay. I'm going to buy this this read. That owns drugstores. It's paid you know. Great dividend for a long time. Well what are they paying for new properties coming into the portfolio. So it's not a is not just something you can look and say. Well it's you know above average yield. I'm going to buy you can't do that. You have to be very careful. 'cause reits have a lot of debt and you have to see how that structured what's the collateral and i and as i mentioned before closed in funds that's a leverage play on a leverage sector to be very very careful so one of the things that you don't have with bonds is any hope of capital appreciation in fact in this type of interest rate environment most bonds probably trading at a premium which means that it is a given thing that you will lose the amount you pay above par between now and either the maturity date or the date on a bond so you have zero chance of growth as well as income. It's only about the income and then the rates on those bonds are so low. Now that i mean it's basically you're almost paying somebody to hold your money. In fact in europe you actually are paying someone to hold your money so the thing that i think keeps stocks up is the fact that they could still be some potential. We know can't be with bonds and you can't get interest rates a lot lower on bought so the question we have to ask ourselves is will we get Will we get an increase in the price of of stocks at all going forward and if so how big and what will it give us in terms of total return because now the The income is a much smaller component of whatever total return. We're gonna get than it used to be that that's true. Yeah if you look back. Historically dividends were pretty big push enough Vad of your stock investments came from and today that's becoming smaller We've seen historically that periods such as these do tend to resolve themselves with lower future returns. it may not be immediate. It may not be in the next year two years but Oftentimes when valuations are elevated which also often means that dividends low Future returns tend to be lower forward. So historically we've seen about nine percent Veto no if you know that. repeat over the next decade now if there is an environment or a situation where interest rates go to negative than perhaps but Who knows. I.

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07:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Changing well. I think people have been talking to you. Know calling an in asking this question One of the just pure emotional things you're talking about where it's been a year since we've had a drop in the market that's one of the main things that you know they're like well you know it's been this long so that means it's going to happen this month or next month. You know the they emotionally. They feel like it's ready To to have a correction and tell them it's possible there's no way to know in the short run but When when everybody thinks something is gonna happen. It usually doesn't But there's no way to know and the it's so important to keep a term focus in you know as as this The author on this is saying you know you should always expect a ten percent correction anytime invested in stocks and that's not unhealthy You know having a drop of five ten percent drop more. That's when you get the ability to the chance to buy things that are good price so you know the the main thing is to have a plan first off and then stick stick with that plan through the volatile times and you fine tune it you know from you know today you might take some profits in some things You have you know liquidity In that way you can if you have a drop in the market then you can incrementally try to take advantage of it but it's it's not an all in all out kind of thing it talks about what you were saying dr. She got this rolling. Correction kind of where Financials dropped ten percent. Industrials dropped ten percent. You know tech dropped ten percent but then as those sectors are dropping other sectors. Doing well and so. That's that's where to what you were saying. That diversification is very very key where you need to have an allocation to a potential allocation every sector of the market. And have that shift over time. Where you know you you basically. It's kind of like running away from attire you. You don't want to squish you when it's when it's correcting through the rolling phase you wanna stay out in front of it and i think that's the the interesting thing but you also should be prepared with anything i mean you you should understand the risks involved You know and i think that what you resigned. Tom what the wall of worry is that. What you really have to be be be cognizant of is win you get the hat emotion in the market where the ten percent correction doesn't exist. You know where you can continue to. Yeah we'll just throw money at it and it's gonna go up that's win. Smart money is getting out getting out of the way the you remember there was a guy came in here. I think it was an attorney. He he was gonna. There's been eight or nine seven or eight years ago and he kept saying when the meltdown comes. He's got my money is money had been sitting in cash for several years since. Oh wait i think or before. Yeah and he said you know when the meltdown comes as if it were a foregone conclusion that we were going to have a meltdown and people get it in their mind and then the problem is when the meltdown comes there. If there is one there is so much fear. You will not buy anything absolutely. You won't buy toilet paper. You'll be so fricken scared. The definition of a meltdown is that you don't see your way out of it it's just like clinical depression. When you're in the middle of it you cannot believe that it will ever. And it's the same way for the market so you think you're gonna coolly and calmly go out and buy at the bottom you hero you smart guy you know. You're keeping your money in cash as if the market is going to perform just for you and give you what you want and it never happens because you will not be emotionally ready to buy when that occurs absolutely you think back. I mean just last year most recently The the and it was a full on panic in the market because it was something the market had never seen before. When you're looking at sectors not just an individual stock but whole sectors. That are off fifty percent. There's a reason they're down fifty percent. I mean you know reits. People thought thank multifamily. Everybody in every nursing home is gonna dive. Cove it you know. It was kind of that sort of thought that you know nobody will ever get together in groups again right and and there were legitimate. I mean rightly so there were there were there was real tangible. Risk for all of these sectors you know if nobody can move into a nursing home and everybody's moving out quicker That's a real problem. Fundamentally and so anytime there's an actual meltdown you think of the financial crisis. There were serious. Systemic problems and to to your point tom. If you think well okay in a meltdown. I'll move in. You won't know because you'll be too scared. Be scared you'll be looking at say. I know this is a real risk. And i know this could go bankrupt with you. Know what your big fear is going be. Is my bank gonna be there tomorrow. That's right it's got my money. Are they going to be able to match up assets and liabilities overnight and still continue to function as a bank because when these things happen every moving part in society gets called into question. That's right everything is my pencil gonna ride. That's exactly right because when you think and can't remember who was talking about yesterday. Dr kristen probably are actually. It wasn't so we were discussing. In that instance when he tried to play. Roy like oh i was actually talking to somebody else. So in that instance in the financial crisis or This time last you know last this time but in march neighbor last year an eight hundred credit score is just a number at that point you could. You could have eight hundred credit score. Be praying prime prime rates. You know just live in life and got no income. You've got no income now. The bank to your point doesn't mean anything it doesn't you know now. They don't have they they. They're looking at this going. Wow this was something. We didn't associated risk metric to so now reserves. Come into question. It gets really.

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"So without taking any action you're taking on extra risks there's and that's just because stocks have gone up and increase your stock exposure. So you have more potential risk. They're now you look at amc game. Stop bitcoin now. These these more speculative things that we've talked about. I don't know what is today. You look at these different things that people taking part in and you know i. It is a form of speculation. When you're these are these are things that people have decided to take their two different types of risk so you have involuntary risk so that's more interest rate inflation driven. You know if you have a bond and you you know you're getting two percent. Inflation is running three percent. It's a negative real return well. That's an involuntary risk. You can't get away from some of these risk if inhabiting cash and you still are exposed to that risk. Voluntary risk is saying. I'm gonna buy this stock or this asset and hope that it goes up And a you're seeing more and more of that because it is it's complacency that set in if you think back in march of twenty twenty and if you're if you're really honest with yourself and try to remember how scared you were at at that time in march of twenty twenty you know just e but people can't do that you know you look back with rose colored glasses. Well you know it well. No i'm just saying in general you know when when you look back at times like that. I was scared to death. I started working with you. Tom in two thousand six right before the financial crisis. I still remember the feeling working. Well i i was here. I was coming in the office. I remember the feeling that in the pitti your stomach during the financial crisis it was the exact same feeling in march of twenty twenty. You never forget it but you look at you look at actions that people are taking right now and it's you know how quickly we forget how. How fast things can. Why do you think people do that. Why do you think they forget. You've studied the psychology of markets. and things. Why did they forget that so quickly. I think it's because You know it's convenient to forget it and Dwelling on that is painful to the brain so You know the the brain is looking for experiences which would be more. I guess pleasure and You know when you make money in the market you know there are different Chemicals that go off in your brain verses vice versa. So i i think it's also a defense mechanism and so people know interior e that you know the market can always go down but There is a denial about it when things are going well and then short enough that time in the market goes down again and You know that's when You know the same story will repeat so if that one. The case of the market wasn't driven by emotions. Then we have a market because everything would be completely efficiently prized and reason for anyone to make a trade at that point about from this regularly So it's the same instinct you know that keeps that makes people go to the casino or You know an indulgent other. I guess risky activities. Thank to a point. You know you think of people that have traumatic events happening in our life and how they can't recall things from that event because their mind just takes it and somehow throws it way in the back you know. It's it is your minds defense mechanism. Because you can't if you lived in negatively the entire or in that experience you're locked into that experience it would each you up and it would shorten your life span very very quickly. It would so home. I'm into pleasure. Line all right that's wrath for this week. You've been listening to the tom. Debris show with adarsh measure of philip sexton like johnson and our hosts. Tom debris you'd like to send us a question for us to answer on the air you can send it to info at to pre financial dot com or.

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Normal. It's all tied in understand. So now why has the world indoors the pandemic kindergarteners to wear masks in school. Life is constantly changing releasing people who have tested positive. Indoor the general population. We're keeping you informed with the latest updates. It is extremely important at the top thirty minutes past and when it breaks it is a very high priority on newsradio. Six thirty wwl. Ap i'm tom depre- depre- financial group. If you ask most people they will say the most valuable thing in the economy is money. In fact it's so valuable that our federal reserve is printed an unlimited supply of it. Because as we all know money is what makes the world go round however over time it seems that it takes more than the promise of big money to actually motivate people to work. If we're only about money all the jobs out there going begging for workers would be filled tomorrow is seems like it takes more than money to get people to begin to think to begin to act for a free review of your retirement. Investment account called three financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred and be sure to listen to the tom. Depre- show on saturday mornings at newsradio. Six thirty w. l. a. p. p. dot com and louisville's talk radio tin eighty w k j j. k. w k j. k. dot com. You can reduce your auto loan rate with uk. Federal credit union. We offered low auto loan rates so that you can refinance earn a one percent cash rebate on. The amount finance can apply you. Kfc you dot org at the dealer or at any of our six locations. It's you kfc. It's making only better remember. Qualifications apply existing kfc you loans not eligible for rebate maximum cash rebate of one thousand dollars full disclosures at kfc dot. Org federally insured by ncua..

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05:50 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"What he said to us another baseball analogy phase at warren buffett uses often. Is you have to wait for a fat pitch before You swing you take your spring you know so sp. Sometimes you know it is time to go out there and you make a decision and make an investment So being conservative aweso does not mean that you just you know even when the market's down forty percent fifty percent you you just stay there because you're too afraid to take risks but You have to wait for an opportune moment and these moments come every now and then and at that point you know you make your move to to what he was saying. You know that that's what you were saying. Mike where a client you know. It's all about putting time on your side and and to take you back to baseball. You know get get ahead in the count you know. That's that's step. Once the step two is make the pitcher work because eventually over. Tom what adarsh said is you're going to catch that hanging curve. You're going to catch that. That fat pitch and those are the ones that that's where you can outside your returns moving forward your your annualized returns when you get those to what you said tom. The oems that at nine and thing that the nba. Three where you can you know triple and quadruple your your your money. In a year's time on just those invest now giving example back in the early nineties when our stella stockbroker they began to do a wave of demutualisation of savings and loans..

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04:34 min | 1 year ago

"tom" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Till it's too late and wonder how many of those or read about now. Starting to get tired of that and thinking about coming back into the workforce or they might have some sort of retirement thing that says you gotta stay out for six months or something and then you can get hired again or whatever. They may even go back to their same company as a consultant. I think the interesting thing too is that i wonder how many of them really set down with an adviser and or how many people are thinking of retiring early have sat down with an adviser and got the potential reality check because there are some people that don't need to retire early to think that they can or there's some people that you know maybe can retire early. But that's where i'm i mean. When you think about from that perspective you need to have those conversations and then it also to your point. Tom thanking about going back to work. Or you know that. That's why you need somebody that you can bounce ideas off of with. You can't just sit and stew and your recliner on on the front porch by yourself. You'll drive yourself nuts. What if you're already are nuts. You'll drive yourself even more nuts. Well i would simply say that. I'm never gonna be not employed as long as i'm on this earth. It might not be in the sense of a conventional job. But it'll be something. The bible tells me the struggle essentially is is part of human life. I'm always going to be struggling whether it's in my faith whether it's with my finances whether it has to do with This or that life does not when life stops being a struggle. you're dead. I mean because there's always going to be an element of life has struggle written on it it. You can't get away from it and so you're going to do that in the employment room. Actually liked to make a little money while i'm struggling. You know as. I like getting paid. You know what's wrong with that. You know ala- it's my got a lot of self self esteem wrapped up not not arguments. Got a problem argument to that. Would be yes. You're always gonna have struggles in your life but just because one road is paved with thorns and the other one's asphalt don't mean you should take your shoes off and walk down the thorny road saying that i'm just saying you know yes. There are people that struggle to get out of bed in the more. They struggle to go to the bathroom. You know they can't get food down. There's a lot of different forms of struggle things that i don't have right now but You know one of the things i speak in from you know clients. We have in con conversations. We've had with people over the last year that have fallen into this category it. It's a lot of a bit in a job where physically. They've gotten beaten down physically. They're having problems and more importantly when they say they want to retire. What it is is options. That's that's something that needs to be very clear by. That's that's listening. Retirement does not. I mean retirement for everybody is different. You know but retirement should mean you have options You you can go work for profit or not for profit depending on your financial situation re reality of you know but you. You have the option to do this. Because that's where your passion is you have this. You're an option to pursue profit in this hobby that you've pursued for years so it it's it's independence of being confined to one particular thing where you've made your living for so long. It could be continuing in that in a in a Consulting capacity or whatever it is but it. It gives you options. And that's that's the great thing about you. Know financial aspects is the freedom that it can provide people all right guys. That's a wrap for this week. We appreciate you joining us as always if you like what you.

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